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Tuesday, February 8, 1910.
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THE MEN AND WOMEN
Who Enjoy the Choicest Products of
the World's Commerce.
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Knowledge of What is Best More
Than Wealth Without It.
It must be apparent to every one that
qualities of the highest order are necessary
to enable the best of the products of modern
commerce to attain to universal acceptance.
However loudly heralded, they may net
hope for world-wide pre-eminence unless
they meet with the general approval, not of
individuals only, but of the many who have
the happy faculty of selecting and enjoying
the choicest products. Their commenda
tion, consequently, becomes important to
others, since to meet the requirements of
the well informed of all countries the method
of manufacture must be of the most perfect
order and the combination the most excel
lent of its kind. After thirty. years of gen- HiVty
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laxative and carminative principles of plants
known to act most beneficially on the system,
but also to the method of manufacture of the
Galif ornia Fig Syrup Go., which ensures that uniform
ity and purity essential in a remedy intended for
family use. It cleanses and sweetens the system
effectually, when a laxative is needed, without any
unpleasant after effects. To get the beneficial
effects of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, buy
the genuine only; the full name of the Gompany
Galifornia Fig Syrup Go. is printed on the front of
every package. Price, 50 cents per bottle.
TROOPS TO QUELL
A MEXICAN RIOT
Killing Takes Place Over an
Election and General
Oaxaca, Mex., Feb. 3. The 25th in
fantry battalion has been sent to Petaa,
on the Veracruz-Oaxaca border to quell
an election riot and has already made
Supliclo Martinez, son of the secre
tary of ayuntamlento, and Juan Agus
tln fought a duel in the country with
revolvers, Augustin being' instantly
killed. Following- the duel the war be
tween the two factions represented
broke out afresh, resulting- in the death
of a town official, the serious injury of
the municipal president .and the wounding-
of a number of others.
JIXTOS FOR IISE EV WAR
BEING STUDIED BY MEXICO.
Acroaaatlcs, SiasI Service Are Also
Being- Investigated by Mex
Mexico City, Feb. Si Motorcycles for
use In war and. armored automobiles
for the same purpose are being seri
ouBly contemplated by the war de
partment. Lieut. Enrique Alducan, of the engineering-
corps, left for "Washington,
D. C, to study the use of motorcycles
In the United. States army. During
January, JjieuL Federico Cervantes
went to Paris, where he will begin a
close study oiVthe French systems of
The war department already has
THE success of the Bitters has
Tipptj "in -nhPTin-mPTisT fhaf if i
I nas long heen recognized as "the'
best" for Poor Appetite, Indiges
tion, Colds and; Grippe. Insist on
August 10. 1909. shows
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Second in America
PHOENIX February 10
Special Bound Trip Excursion Bate
From EI Paso $23.20
- Sale Dates Feb. 9-10-11-12
Beturn Limit Peb. 14th
TBAIN SCHEDULES AS FOLLOWS:
Leave El Paso 9:55 P.M. Arrive Phoenix 2:40 P.M.
Leave El Paso 5:20 A.MJ Arrive Phoenix &5 P.M.
Leave El Paso 7:30 A.MJ Arrive Phoenix 7.00 A.M.
For further inf ormatfjon write or apply to
B. S. STUBBS, . r. C. McOOBMICK,
A. a. P. A., Tucson, Ariz. G-. A., El Paso, Tex.
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Capi. Octavio Guzman of the engineering-
corps at "Washington studying aero
nautics, particularly anchored balloons,
as now used in the American army.
On his return he will bring a number
of similar balloons to Mexico.
THE DAILY KECOED.
Iiicenscd to "Wed.
Apolonio Nevares and Telesfaro Es
trada. Demecio Esparzo and Ascencion fier
rera. Louis Curtis and Gertrude Lacey.
Northeast corner Overland and South
Campbell streets. Campbell add. B. F.
Hammett and wife to H. S. Squires, lots
.IS, 19, 20, block 208, Campbell add. Con
sideration ?20,000. Feb. 7, 1910.
South Overland street between Over
land and First streets; Mills map. B.
F. Hammett and wife to H. S- Squires
26x120 feet of lot 1G9. block 35, Mills
map, having frontage or i6 feet -on
Oregon street. Consideration $12,000.
Feb. 7, 1910.
Northeast corner California and Xonn
Campbell streets." Alexander add. J.
,"W. B. F.oblnson to John Davidson, east
40 feet of west 82 feet of lots 17 to 20
and east 40 feet of west S2 feet of south
16 feet of lot 16, block 20, Alexander
add. Consideration S1570. February 2,
Manzana street between Rayner and
Piedras streets, East El Paso. Clem
Smith and wife to I. C. Oden, lots 25,
26, 27, block 48, East El Paso add. Con
sideration $1600. Feb. 4, 1910.
Manzana street between Rayner and
San Marcial streets. East El Paso. A.
J. Schutz to Geo. Holler, lots 23, 24, J
block 47, East El Paso add. Considera
tion $575. Aug. 16, 1909.
'Westminster street between Bowie
and Jefferson' streets. Government
Kill. Government Hill Co., to Carrie
B. Monroe lots 27, 2S. block 66. Govern
ment Hill add. Consideration $250Feb.
El Paso county. Octavia Barlow to
"V. E. Cammack, lots 4, 5, block 2,-Jno.
E. Barlow's map El Paso county. Con
sideration $150. Feb. 1, 1910.
Tobin, Texas. Frank R. Tobin to
Manuel "Varela, lots 13 to 21 Inclusive,
block 137, Tobin. Texas. Consideration
$100. July 14, 1909.
El Paso county Kate M. Settle to
Jno. L. Dyer, one-tenth interest in 475.1
acres In San Elizario Grant on the
island. Consideration $439.46. Jan. 21,
El Paso uounty j. u. ueaver. jr., to
N. A- Copass sections 12, 18. 20, 30, 8.
14, 22, 25 El Paso county public school
lands. Consideration $15,360. Jan. 20,
For ibe Treatment cE
Modern in every re
spect acd thoroughly
equipped to handle
the most severe
cases. Located in
the famous Pine
Ridge section of Georgia,
at the very top of the highest point
in Fnltoa county, just 4f miles from Atlanta.
Has natural drainage in all directions. Each and
case treated according to Its own Individual needs.
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Rste reasonable. Medical reDOrt of cases from July 10, 190S to
a complete recovery of 82 6-7 per cent. Write for
Paper Is Being Issued to
Raise Subscriptions for
" Balroad Stock.
Del Rio, Texas, Feb. S- Del Rio has
j a daily newspaper, the first issue ap
pearing- today. It is called thfc Del Rio
Daily Herald and is issued from the
plant of the Val Verde County Herald.
The paper is being published as an
auxiliary by the Commercial club in
te work of raising the bond subscrip
tion to meet the contract with the Ori
ent railroad. Austin Callan, editor of
the TVeekly Herald, is at the head of
the new paper and is assisted in the
publication by Fred I- Mayers, secre
tary of the commercial club, and by
the members of the bond subscription
committee and others. The mercantile
and business Interests have liberally
bought advertising space and the paper
will probably pay for itself in this way.
The subscription list is being con
stantly added to and there are no
doubts that the contract with the rail
road will be met fully and in ample j
OROGRAXDE SOCIAI. CtTJB
ENJOYS PLEASANT MEETING
Stock Is Purchased From lice's Raack
for the "evr York Market Oro-
grnnde News Xotes.
Oro&rande, N. M, Feb. S. The Silver
Hill Social club met recently at the
home of of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mof
fett. Every member of the club, Including-
about 20 men and women, were
nresent. The same of five hundred
was the feature of the evening.
TV. R. Robinson, of New York City,
has purchased three carloads of ranch
horses from Oliver Lee's ranch, east of
Orogrande, and loaded them for ship
ment. The three cars include SI horses
and will be shipped direct to New York,
where they will be first put In good
condition, broke to sadcie and driving
and then sold on the markot-
F. N. Fleck Is building new corrals
and putting in a water pipe line just
west of the Orogrande station, where he
will move his ranch headquarters. Mr.
Fleck is one of the largest ranchers in
southwest New Mexico and is locating
his new headquarters near Orogrande
In order to get better accommodations.
Since the accidental death of Mrs.
McLaughlin, who was running the Sac-
ra-mento hotel, this house has been j
closed and Mrs. uampoeii nas openeu .
a boarding house and hotel in the old
Orogrande house, whlar. had been va
cant for some time.
M. Marks has been quite ill for the
past few days.
The early gardeners have been at
work the past few days putting out
their first plantings and getting ready
for the season.
DISTRICT COURT IN
SESSION AT ALPINE.
Alpine, Tex., Feb. S. District court
has opened at Alpine- The docket is
light and only part of the three weeks
allowed will likely be consumed.
D. F. Woodward and family have
moved to Alpine from Houston.
Miss Clemmie Dodson is visiting in
Big Springs, Tex., for a few days.
Judge- W. B. Teagarden, of Houston,
is in Alpine representing the railroad
company in a case in the district
Mrs. J. S. Barnhart has gone to Aus
tin to visit one of her sons.
E. E. Townsend and wise were in
town from the ranch in their new
Capt. J. TT. "James hus returned from
a trip to Roswell, N. M.
John Young, of the John Young Land
company, has feturned from a business
trip to San Antonio.
W. J. Mclntyre was in Alpine from
his ranch near Marathon recently.
J. W. and H. L. Kokernot, of San
Antonio, were visitors In Alpine re
cently. Judge "Walter Gillis, of Del Rio is In i
town attending court.
Feb. , 8. After several
days of cold and windy weather the
temperature has moderated. A number
of visitors from Bisbee are now visiting
Naco in automobiles, buggies and bi
cycles. R, T. Frazier has returned from a
trip buying cattle in Mexico and is
holding a bunch of cattle in Naco, Son-
t via i.ira,iwi. iftijjei;i.ftUi. x1 razier sup
i plies and kills for the market at Bis
bee, Lowell and Naco.
Usually served right from the pkg.
with cream or fruit.
There's also many other ways
this delightful food can he used,
and the little book. "Tid-Bits
Made With Toasties' in pkgs.
. t , Appetizing
'"The Memory Lingers"
Pkgs. 10c and 15c
Sold by Grocers
Manr Improvements Made
in the Business District.
Toyah, Texas. Feb. S. A new iron
building is being built by S. Mothes and
it will be occupied by Ponder S. Carter
for his law office and Carter & Coal
son, real estate dealers.
The new stable built by East & Crow
is now open.
The contracts, for a three story brick
on Front street, near the Toyah mar
ket Is soon to be let by Mr. Kingston,
while on Main street Mrs. Kate Kendal
is having plans made for a three story
brick building to be used for stores and
Mrs. Kate Kendal Is having an ar
tesian well put down at her place In
town, and artesian wells are being put
down all around town.
T. E. Gibbons, is building a home on
his tract of land near his artesian well
just south of town.
"Will L. Coalson was married recently
to a young woman of Big Springs, Tex,,
and they are now located in their
home here. Mr. Coleson is one of the
leading young men of tne community.
Preparations are being made for the
wedding of Miss Alpman to Mr. Fletcher
a young rancher.
CLOSES AT VAX HORN
Methodist Church Will Soon Be Com
pleted Masons To Have New Lodge
Hall Van Horn Xevrs.
Van Horn, Tex., Feb. 8. The Pres
byterian revival meeting, which was
conducted by Rev. Mr. Downing and
Rev. Mr. Mathews of Sanderson, Tex.,
for 10 days, has closed. Rev. Mr.
Mathews has returned to his home and
Rev. Mr. Downing is now holding a
meeting at Kent, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Medley, from the
Panhandle, and "W. T. Medley, wife and
boy, were guests of Mrs. Espy and Mrs.
The Baptist parsonage will soon be
ready for occupancy, and the Methodist
; church will be completed In two weeks.
' Rev. Mr. Cramer will then hold a pro
Mr. and Mrs. Richmond, from the
Sacramento Mountains, were recent
visitors here- They went to El Paso
wllrA Mr Richmond exDects to con
su,t an occulist. He has lost the sight
of his left eye and has Deen suffering
severely with it for the past two
The Texas & Pacific passenger train
has made quite a change In time, the
passengers are now taking breakfast
at Van Horn instead of Sierra Blanca.
Lee Prude has sold his ranches and
cattle to John Z. Means.
Jas. A. Espy has returned from his
trip to Dallas and other points.
Earl Yarbro has gone to "Walnut
The Bean Bros, are going to build a
Masonic hall in .Van 'Horn.
The Commercial hotel -erected on
Main street is now opened to the pub
lic Sam Bunton was a visitor here re
cently. DEEPENING THE HARBOR
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"" AVA-mOAS X-T..
Making it the Seaport for San Antonio
and Central Texas The Work
Is Goinr Forward Rapidly.
Aransas Pass, Tex., Feb. S. As the
work of constructing the dikes, chan- j
nels and docks progresses in the carry- j
Jing out the new seaport plans, the.;
work of making this place a terminal;!
city for the San Antonio territory is!
A chamber of commerce has been or
ganized and a campaign of publicity
has been planned. Liberal contributions
have been made for this work by busi
ness men. Along building lines many
substantial structures are being erected.
The channel to the mainland has been
cut Inland through Harbor island, a
distance of more than 6000 feet. From
the mainland out toward the jetties,
the channel has been cut a distance of
10,000 feet. There are still about 16,000
feet to be cut before the channel will
have been 'completed.
R. P. Clark, president of the Bowers
Southern Dredging company; having the
contract for this work, asserts that
the channel work should be completed
within the next eight weeks.
In order to hasten this work, a sec
ond dredge boat has been ordered and
will be placed at work at once. By
February 16 a third dredge boat, the
largest in the south, now employed
on the Mississippi river at New Orleans,
( tvill be towed to Aransas Pass and
placed in operation.
Along the water front at Aransas
Pass, many acres of land formerly in
undated at very high tide, have been
reclaimed and will be devoted to rail
road yard purposes.
FU.VERAL OF BROTHER
OF DELEGATE ANDREWS.
Many Congressmen and Senators At
tenl Scnnte Bill for New Mex
ico F'sh Hntclicry Parses.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 8. At the
funeral servicecs for W. R. Andrews,
the entire Pennsylvania delegation and
many other senators and representa
tives attended. The chaplain of the
senate and another minister of the
Methodist Episcopal church, officiated.
Numerous senators and representatives
and delegate W. H. Andrews, from
New Mexico, accompanied the remains
to New York, to be buried beside his
The Penrose bill for a fish culture
station in New Mexico passed the sen
Judges Parker, of New Mexico, and
Doane, of Arizona, were reported fa
vorably to the senate for confirmation.
CLIFTON NOWr HAS FOUR
PLACES OF AMUSEMENT.
Clifton, Ariz., Feb. 8. Clifton now
has four places of amusement Pretty
man opera house and skating rink.
Clifton theater. Empire theater a.nd
Paul Wurschmldt, a mill man, who
was recently with the Gold Belt, is on
a visit to El Paso.
Dave O'Xeil, former owner of the
O'Nell block, who recently sold the
property to Myers Bros., is a visitor
John Keppler, a mining man of Globe.
Ariz., is in Clifton on a visit to his
brothers and mother. He is accom
panied by his wife.
One of Them He Found,
However, and It May Be
Clue to a Murder.
Douglas, Ariz., Feb. 8. A San Ber
nardino man has three feet. He wasn't
born that way, and he is only too anx
ious to restore the third foot to the
man to whom it really belongs, but so
far he has been unable to do so. It
was in wind-swept gully near the Colo
rado river that the San Bernardino man
came across a shoe, with stocking over
lapping the upper. "When he picked
-up the shoe, to his horror he found that
Inside was a human foot, severed above
Publicity has been given to the story,
but so far the foot has not been re
claimed. By some it Is thought that
the owner had been bitten by a rattle
snake or a Gila monster and sacri
ficed his foot to prevent the poison
from getting Into his system. By others
it is believed that a prospector was
killed, and his body dismembered, and
that the San Bernardino man found
only a fragment to Indicate foul play.
At all events, the foot, the shoe and
sock are still awaiting an owner on
the Colorado river.
ORGANIZE GLEE CLUB.
Meetings Will be Held Weekly News
Notes and Personals From
Socorro, X. M.
Socorro, N. ML, Feb. 8. A students
glee club has been organized under the
leadership of Prof. Kircftman, of the
School of Mines, the object being to
furnish a meeting place for the .music
ally inclined students once a -week and
music and refreshments will combine
to make a pleasant evening. A. L.
Nelspn was elected president and B. B..
Terry secretary. The second meeting
was held at Bret Borete's.
J. F. Fitch spent several days at San
Marcial recently looking after prop
erty. t An interesting automobile run was
made recently by Tim Gibbons in hi3
new machine when he made the trip
from Socorro to Magdalena in two hours
Mrs. John Hunter and son are visit-'
ing with her mother, Mrs. "Dr. C. G.
W. S. Fullerton passed through here
on his way back from San Diego to his
ranch on the Datils.
Capt M Cunry has returned after a
two weeks' stay in Sierra county,
where he was looking after mining in
terests. Miss Mary Fitch has gone to Pasa
dena to enter a girls' college.
RESULTS IN WEST TEXAS
Land Investment of a College Yields
Big: Returns Indiana Men Make
Purchases Around Pecos.
Pecos, Tex., Feb. 3. fi. M Carl, sec
retary of the Toyah Valley Grape and
Alfalfa company, with headquarters at
Fort Worth, Isin the city, and states
that the property recently acauired and
placed under cultivation by the Poly-
technic College of Fort Worth, shows
a return the equivalent of a $100,000
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gouth Bendf jnd are In the city and
have made purchases of tracts of land
which they will develop and occupy
as homes. Mr. Beyerle was at different
times editor of the Goshen, Ind., Times,
and postmaster of the same place.
BISBEE ARRIVES AT THE
ERA OF BIG BUILDINGS,
Bisbee, Ariz., Feb. 8. The? construc
tion of big buildings In Bisbee has
reached a most active degree. While
work is going on for the erection of
the home for the lodge of Elks, the
Citizens' Bank & Trust Co., the Copper
Prince and others, it has been an
nounced that the construction of the
Masonic temple will be started during
the week. The temple will be two
stories high and will add its elegant
structure to the embellishment of Main
street. These buildings will add over
S0.000 to the value of city property.
Immigration inspector Burnett, of
Naco, has been in Bisbee to confer with
United States attorney Morrison about
the government case against the Grant
Construction company, which is charged
with Importation of Mexicans to work
on the Southern Pacific railroad.
The coroner of the county is investi
gating the mysterious death of Cruz
Barracas, a 20 years old girl, who
died at Osborne yesterday morning.
VAUGHN NEWS NOTES
AND PERSONAL 3IENTION
Vaughn, N. M, Feb. S. H. E. Mc
Crary, of Kansas City, Mo., superin
tendent of the Santa Fe news depot,
was here recently.
Mrs. T. W. Sewell of Corona is here
Dumas & McMullen, located Emery
A. Little, of Texas, on a homestead two
miles from town. N
W. S. Ficke, of St. Louis, Mo., ia
hero visiting his brotherinlaw. Dr. J.
Mrs. D. C. Crespin is visiting her son
at Santa Rosa.
Henry Noles of Pittsburg, .Pa., was
Mrs.A. S. Alver, who visited here
for two weeks, has returned to her
home in Los Angeles.
E. S. Knight of Albuquerque and
T. R. Bailey of Chicago, nuildlng In
spectors of Santa Fe stations, were
here lately. -
The stomach is a larger factor in " life, liberty and the pur
suit of happiness" than most people ire aware. Patriotism
can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dys
peptic "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The maa
who goes to the front for his country with a weak stomach
will be a weak soldier and a fault finder.
A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well as for
health and happiness.
Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and
nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use ol
Dr. PIEReE'S GOLDE& MEDIQ7LL DISCOVERY.
It builds up the body with sound flesh amd
The dealer who offers a substitute for the "Discovery" ia
only seeking to make the little more profit realized on th
sale of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps
for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical
Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
Effort Made to .Have Chief
Justice Mills Deliver
Tucumcari, N. M., Feb. S. Extensive
preparations are being made for the
dedication of the new high school build
ing. The building was completed sev
eral weeks ago at a cost of $25,000.
Effort is being made by the school
board to have chief justice Mills come
and make an address at the dedica
tion exercises. While no aefinite an
nouncement of the date for the dedi
cation has yet been made, it will
probably be about February 15.
H. J. Harrod, president of the Bank
of Rector, of Rector, Ark., is here with
a view of locating. He has already
purchased some property and will
probably make this his home In the
H. L. MeGolfin. of Amarlllo, Texas,
is here looking after his property In
terests. Miss Edna Springer, stenographer for
the First National bank of Chickasha,
Okla., arrived recently and went to her
claim near Quay.
G. W. Keene, of Pratt, Kansas, Is
here for a few days visit with friends.
E. C. MacElroy, who has been press
man for the Tucumcarl News for over
a year, is now working for the Sun.
Mrs. H. D. Nichols, who ha3 been
spending the winter in Philadelphia,
is expected home soon.
Mrs. J. C. Elklns, the newiy elected
librarian, has assumed her duties and
the library will be open every after
noon. MINE STUDENTS TO
Socorro College to Play Sev
eral Games, in El
Socorro, N. M., FeD. 9. The school of
mines has just organized its baseball
team with Ford Hickman as captain.
Manager Bentley Is busy arranging the
schedule of games for the season. Sev
eral games have already been booked
with the El Paso high school, the El
Paso1 military institute, the University
of Albuquerque.x the Agricultural col
lege at Mesilla Park, and the Univer
sity of Arizona.
MEXICAN AR3IY OFFICERS
Alleged That Officers Discounted the
Pay of Soldiers Under
Mexico City, Feb. 8. Charged with
discounting the soldiers' pay and dis
posing of uniforms sent for the use of
privates five army officers in the Mexi
can regular army face a court mar
tial before brigadier Juan Quintas Ar
royo. The accused officers are Col. Jose
Maria Corona, of the 12th battalion;
j Weut-CeJ. Prospero Rivas, of the same
corps; Maj. Juan B. Ulloa. Cant. Pedro
Urbano and Lieut, Antonio Garcia.
The charges were preferred by vari
ous privates, Including one named Mar-
I tinez, the latter claiming thatiwhen he
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vices his pay had been discounted.
It was also alleged thax the soldiers
were but poorly clad, due to the fact
that the officers took the uniforms from
the commissary and sold or otherwise
disposed of them.
In answering these charges Maj. Ulloa
stated that something over $1 had been
deducted from the pay of Martinez at
the latter's full consent to cover costs
of stamps and documents, and that the
reason the soldiers went poorly clad
was because only a little more than
half enough uniforms had been sent to
their barracks from the warehouses
3IRS. L. H. PATE DIES
AT LAKE ARTHUR, N. 31.
Lake Arthur, N. M., Feb. S. Mrs.
Nancy A. Pate, wife of Dr. Louis H,
Pate, a prominent physician of this
place, died recently. Interment .was
made In the Lake Arthur cemetery.
The funeral service was directed by
the Order of the Eastern Star and the
Rebekahs. The sermon was delivered
by Rev. W. S. Huggett, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church south, of
which organization Mrs. Pate had been
a member since her girlhood days.
The funeral procession was perhaps
the longest ever witnessed in Lake Ar
thur and the floral offerings were nu
merous and elaborate.
The deceased came to Lake Ar
thur from Conway, Ark., about two
years ago. She leaves her husband
and four children.
NO GALES NEWS NOTES.
Nogales, Ariz., Feb. S. An important
land contest case was before the clerk
of the district court at Nogales recently
between George W. Byerly and Mrs.
Mattie Goodwin. Their claims over
lapped. Owen Walker has returned from Los
Angeles and reports that his mother
is rapidly recovering from the opera
tion she recently underwent.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Titcomb a
baby girl. '
Mrs. A. L. Newell, of Colorado
Springs, Colo., Is visiting tier daughters,
Mrs. Norman Ringer and Mrs. Edwin
Fowler, for a few weeks.
TUBES OF TYPHUS GERMS
TAKEN TO WASHINGTON.
Cultures Obtained by Americas. Dec
tors During: ExperlBaeata
Mexico City, Feb. 8. With hermetic
ally sealed tubes as warm "with healthy
specimens of typhus fever germs, or
rather a culture of the cerum in which
the germs have so far baffled all efforts
at detection. Dr. Joseph Goldberg and
Dr. John F. Anderson, of the United
States marine hospital service, has re
turned to Washington.
Dr. Anderson and Dr. Goldberg left
Mexico City as soon as the latter "was
able to leave the American, hospital.
He was pronounced entirely well of
the typhoid fever with which he "was
taken down while herei
A martyr to the cause of science,
Dr. J. F. Conneffe, a member of the
faculty of the University of Ohio, who
came to Mexico to study typhus Ja the
hope of discovering the germ of the
malady, has himself succumbed, a "vic
tim to the disease..
News to this effeot was received from
Columbus, O., yesterday, whither Dr.
Conneffe "hurried as soon as he con
tracted the malady.
SWORD OF SANTA. ASi
IS OFFERED TO MUSEUM.
I Blade "Was a Gift of the America
Goveraffleat to the 3fexl
Mexico dity, Feb. 8. An offer of the
sale of a. sword, once presented to gen
eral Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana by
the United States government, has
been made to the government of Mex
ico by Albert Carrera of this city. The
sword had passed into the hands of
Carrera through his grandfather, Gen
Martin Carrera, who was president of
Mexico in the year 1855,-Gen. Carrera
having received it as a gift from Gen.
The historic weapon bears the follow
"The government of the United
States of America to S. A. S. D. Antonio
Lopez de Santa Ana, president of the
Mexican Republic" It is of handsome
workmanship and is Inlaid with gold.
Just what the occasion of the present
ation of the handsome weapon was Is
not certainly remembered beyond that
it was sent as a testimonial of good
will to Santa Ana when he held the
Relief la Five Minutes aad Permanent
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When Kelly & Pollard state that
they have a remedy that is sniamntwH
to cure any man or woman who suffers
from food fermentation which causes
belching, sour stomach, gas eructations,
heartburn and that lump of lead feel
ing in the abdomen or money back,
what are th poor stomach sufferers in
El Paso and vicinity going to do
The name of this most remarkable
stomach prescription Is Mi-o-na. It's a
certain cure for indigestion or stomach
disorders. Here is one opinion:
"I have been troubled with indiges
tion for more than a year. I bought
one box of Mi-o-na and it cured me.
Now I would not be without a box In
the house for S50.00. It saves a lot
when you can be cured for 50 cents."
Arthur Sederquest, 6 Nichols St., Wake
field, Mass: Nov. 7, 1909.
Ml-o-na stomach tablets cost 56
cents a box at druggists everywhere
and at Kelly & Pollard's.
Mail orders filled, all charges pre
paid, by Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo, N. T.
Booth's Pills will give constipation
sufferers a joyful surprise. 25c.
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