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No matter whether the disease has
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Epilepsy, Nervous decline. Lost
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BUNCH P CHINESE.
Considerable more room will be had
in. the county jail this evening, for on
the afternoon westbound Southern Pa
cific there will be taken 64 Chinese who
have been held here pending transpor
tation to- "San Francisco, whence they
will be deported.
Among them Is Mock Sing, 17 years
old, who for two years worked for
Sam Gatlin as cook. He claims that
he was born In San Francisco and that
his parents were killed In the earth
quake. SKETCH BY EARL MITCHELL
PRINTED IN THE SMART SET.
"The Bookmaker's Snoes," a one act
comedy skit by Earl Mitchell, of El
Paso, appears in the February Smart
Set. Mr. Mitchell is an El Paso boy.
touring' this season with the musical
comedy, "The Blue Mouse, and usually
spends his summers in El Paso "with his
mother and sister- The tate Justice of
the peace J. F. Mitchell "was his father.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Green nave return
ed to El Paso after an absence of a
year and a half in Memphis. They nrill
noiw make their home nere.
A fewminutes delay in treating some
cases of croup, even the length of time
It takes to go for a doctor often proves
dangerous. The safest way is to keep
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house, and at the first Indication of
croup give the child a dose. Pleasant
to take and always cures. Sold by all
That' s the title of an interesting duet
sung by Ada Jones and Billy Murray
and even George Washington
would have found it hard to stick to
the truth, under the circumstances.
It's the Edison Standard Record
No. 10314 for February. Hear it
today at your dealer's on the
Get complete list of February Records from
your dealer, orwrite to National Phonograph
Company,. 75 Lakeside Avenue. Orange, N. J.
Today's News of the Great Southwest
WEDS I DUBLAN
Mad Wolf Bites Dogs and
There Is Pear of Hy
drophobia. Colonia Dublan, Mexico, Feb. 21.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Robinson gave a re
ception in honor of the marriage of
their daughter, Lucile, to Adelbert
Taylor. The preparations were elab
orate and suppe"r was served to 120
guests. While supper was being served
a program consisting of songs, recita
tions, instrumental music and speeches
was enjoyed. The groom, elder Tay
lor, is very much in love with the Ger
man people, having been a missionary
there, and he says Germany Is the best
kept country in Europe. There are 160
missionaries laboring In Germany, and
last year there were baptized into the
Mormon church in that branch 900 per
sons. This is one of the most pros
perous of the foreign missions.
Miss Louisa Hansen is preparing to
return to California with her father,
Simon Hansen. He made a home In
Gridley, but until now Miss Hansen
has preferred to remain in Colonia Dub
lan. Mrs. Eva Bowman, of Colonia Juarez,
I is visiting relatives and friends In
su. X-i. litviui iiiu n tic, Aiuii.u J.aj-
lor and wife, Guy Taylor and Miss Nora
were down to attend the wedding.
A mad coyote entered the little town
of Guadalupe. The dogs chased and
fought Jt, but it escaped. Several
dogs have since shown signs of hydro
phobia and have been shot. Other dogs
that were known to have been in the
fight are being chained and if they
show signs of hydrophobia, they will
Juan, the little son pf Juan Pais,'
of Colonia Dublan, was-atttacked by a
dog whose mouth was dripping with
foam. Although it did not bite the boy.
It tore his clothes and besmeared them,
and his parents are considerably worked
up over it.
Solomonville, Ariz.. Feb. 21. Miss
Minnie Williams, of El Paso, and Mrs.
Bass are here making jailor Holland
Bass a visit.
Dr. Chambers and wife, father and
mother of W. R. Chambers, clerk of
the court, are here from Sodom, 111.,
making a visit and trying the winter
Attorney W. C. McFaTland "has re
turned by way of Globe from Phoe
nix. Frank M. Clark, of the Arizooa Bul
letin force, -went to Tucson to take in I
the aviation meeting.
Mrs. L E. Solomon, Mrs. P. Fruden
thal and Mrs. T. S. Bunch are in Saf
ford as guests of Mrs. Morris Simons.
Sheriff A, A. Anderson was a passen
ger en route to Phoenix with a crazy
man for the asylum.
H. "W. Bishop went to Safford to at
tend a meeting of the stockholders in
the Foster Commercial company.
Attorney Glenn, of Illinois Danville
Is here looking over the country with
some idea of settling here
Married At the court house by pro
bate judge T. S. Bunch, Mary E. Blake
to "Walter -Barnard, of Texas.
SIERRA BLANCA NOTES.
Sierra Blanca, Tex., Feb. 21. Rev.
Crammer has gone to Van Horn -to fill
his regular appointment there.
Mrs. J. O. Frilick and-little brother,
Arthur Night, have returned from El
Paso after a short visit to tnelr mother,
Mrs. C- S. Chalfant.
Grandma Love, who has been 111 with
la grippe for several weeks, is threat
ened with pneumonia.
Mrs. Lizzie loore, of Marfa, is here
in response to a message informing her
ALthTfIOUS UlneSS f ll6r- mther'
The "Woman's Home Missionary society
is busily engaged in pfeclng a "church,
quilt" which It will sell soon.
Watching a Stomach
AVas the Means Whereby Science Made
Possible the Cure of Dyspepsia.
A Trial Pnckago of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets Sent Free.
The Abbe SpallanzanI was the first
scientist to study systematically the
chemical powers of the gastric juice,
but It was by the careful and convinc
ing experiments of Beaumont that the
foundation of our exact knowledge of
its composition and action was laid.
Beaumont was an army surgeon, lo
cated at an obscure military post In
Michigan? while It was yet a territory,
and was called upon to treat a gun shot
wound of the stomach in a Canadian
voyageur Alexis St. Martin. When the
wound healed a permanent opening was
left by means of which food could be
placed In the stomach and gastric juice
taken from it.
Beaumont made scientific experiments
with his crude means and wrote a
book, which today is recognized among
the classics of physiology.
Beaumont blazed the way for other
scientists so that today medicine knows
what the stomach does with food and
what food does to the stomach.
Science also knows what the gastric
juices are and how to make them best
for the system.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, thanks to
the poor army surgeon and Alexis St.
Martin, give man a means of digesting
food, replenishing the exhausted juices,
soothing the nerves and correcting dys
peptic conditions of the stomach.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are nat
ural fruit and vegetable essences re
duced In concentrated form and by tre
mendous power compressed into a tab
let. These wonderful little digestors
are known all over America and Can
ada. Full meals have been digested by
them in glass tubes and they are sold
by every druggist.
Physicians to ..the number of 40,000
use them. Theyv are meritorious and
powerful. Go to your druggist and buy
a package today, price 50c, or send us
your oiame and address and we will
send you a trial package by mall free.
Address F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart
Bldg., Marshall, Mich,
CONVICT IS ACCIDENTALLY
KILLED NEAR SANTA FE
Child Is Bnrned to Death Near Son
Mnrrfal RoiTrell Hotel Company
Santa Fe. N. M., Feb. 21. Eduardo
Vigil, a convict from Socorro county,
was killed by a load of wood overturn
ing on him while he was at work on the
territorial road between Silver City and
Mogollon. He had been serving a
three years term for assault since last
September and leaves a wife and five
The lSmonthscdd son of Francisco
Gallegos living near San Marclal, was
burned to death by his clothing catch
ing fire from a bonfire around which he
Governor Curry has appointed ex
governor Li. Bradford Prince, of Santa
Fe, a delegate to the Fifth annual con
feernce on weights and measures at
Incorporation papers were filed by
the Gilkerson Hotel company of Ros
well, incorporated with capital of $50,
000. The incorporators and directors
are: J. E. Gilkerson, J. E. Rhea, A.
Prult, G. A. Richardson and John "W
BOUNDARY NEAR VALENTINE
Valentine, Tex., Feb. 21. Surveyors
numbering 13 passed through Valentine
recently en route to the Rio Grande,
where they will ' survey the boundarj'
line between the United States and
E. E. Alexander was a recent Valen
Tom Bybee was here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lennard of Tip
ton, Okla., are visiting at the home ol
Mrs. Lennard's father, Mr. Daniels,
who lives near Valentine.
Mrs. W. L. Cass was in Valentine
Lawrence Cassidy of Ft. Davis was a
recent Valentino visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. George Medley have re
turned from a visit to their son, Oscar
Medley, and are now guests of H. G.
Medley, of this place.
Miss Lulu WHkins is spending a few
weeks at the Oscar Medley ranch.
A crowd of young people attended
the dance given In Ft. Davis recently.
Messrs. "Will, Rube and Ell Evans are
in Marfa receiving cattle recently pur
chased In that vieinitv.
Russell S. Brooks, and Henry G. Mc- '
Farlane, who are camping at the foot
of Mt. Livermore, walked to town re
cently, a distance of 20 miles, complet
ing their journey In six hours.
Lester Smith Is in Sierra Blanca on
Rev. Mr. Telix, of Marfa, was in Val
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Everett were re
cent Valentino visitors.
Miss Gober Garlick is visiting In Val
entine. Raoiger Moor of AmaTIllo is in Val
entine, MARFA NEWS NOTES
AND PERSONAL MENTION
Marfa, Tex., Feb. 21. The Messrs.
Burnett and Garland Mellard and sis
ter Miss Willie Mae were In town Sat
urday, Capt. J. B. Gillette and son were in
from the ranch recently.
Mrs. V. M. Mason is visiting in Del
Mrs. Fancher has returned from a
visit to San Angelo.
John Pool and wife are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Joel Finley, of Valentine.
A. G. and G. N. Bogei spent Saturday
and Sunday In town with their parents.
Jack Knight spent Suncay in El Paso
with his mother.
L. L. Felix, of Nara V3sar N. M., ar
rived Sunday morning on tr visit to nls
brother. Rev. A. T. Felix, of this city.
The infant child of Dr. ana Mrs. "W.
E. Robertson has been sick the past few
Mrs. F. A. Mitchell lefi Mo'ncay morn
ing for Uvalde to see her sister, who
i has been quite 111 for some time.
Mrs. M. R. Mahon Is expecting her
sister, Miss Naomi Bishop, of Austin, on
R. R. Smith was in from the ranch
! during the illness of R. H. Hayes, P.
! r -nriiii t- i i i. ii.t
.. it unguis is in cuuitp vl ills SLiiUia
and stage line.
Misses Lorena and May Shannon and
R. B. Jordan and J. J. -ClaiislQh, -were
entertained at dinner recently by Mrs.
J. A. Harris.
ALPINE IS BEC03IIXCT
CITY OF AUTOMOBILES
Alpine, Tex., Feb. 21, -The Alpine
Auto company received another car of
automobiles this week. Alpine Is getting
to be a city of automobiles.
A. S. Gage has returned to San An
tonio, nfier spending a few days In Al
pine looking over his ranch interests.
William Ferguson, of Wellington,
Kans., was in Alpine recently to buy a
trainload of cattle for shipment to that
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Higbjr, -who have
made Alpine their home Tor a number of
years, are making arrangements to re
turn to their old home in Mangum,
Okla., where Mr. Hlgby has purchased
Sheriff J. a. Walton has gone to'Sa
binal for a few days' visit with his par
ents and to meet his wife who is visiting
there. She will return home with him.
J- W. Kokernot, of San Antonio, Is In
Alpine for a few days to deliver a ship
ment of cattle from his ranch In this
county to William Ferguson, of Welling
R. B. Russell and wife, or Marfa, are
visiting judge and Mrs. B. C. Thomas.
John Anderson and family, of Ma
rathon, were visiting relatives in Alpine
for a few days lately.
Charles Pruett and nvife were in town
from their ranch In Jeff Davis county
Judge W. Van Sickle has gone to Fort
SANTA ROSA NEWS NOTES.
Santa-Rosa, N. M.,.Feb. 21. -The fifth
anniversary meeting of the Women's Lit
erary club was held recently at the home
of Miss Mary Smith. The evening was
spent in playing cards at wirtch Mrs. C.
H. Stearns won the prize. Refreshments
H. A. Miles, who has spent the last
three months with the family of C. H.
Stearns, will leave for his Tiome in Miles,
Iowa, tonight. Mrs. Stearns s a daugh
ter of Mr. Miles.
The High School Dramatic club will
present the pastoral play, "Valley Farm."
within the. next few weeks. Rehearsals
wdll begin this week.
Judge Cres. Gallegos nnd W. C. Bur
nett have formed a partnersnip for the
purpose of dealing in real estate, and
will open uptodate offices within a short
! SANDERSON TO ERECT
NEW SCHOOL HOUSE
Sanderson, Tex., FeD. 21. At a meet
ing of the commissioners' court last
week an order for the issuance of $25,
000 worth of bonds to build and equip
a new school building was passed. The
tax rate for this purpose was fixed at
12 c on the $100 valuation. However,
taxes In this county will be no higher
for this year than for 1909, as the
general rate will be reduced as much as
the rate to meet the issuance of the
The Sanderson Commercial club will
send its secretary, Jesse McKee, to
Eagle Pass on Feb. 25 and 25 to the
meeting of the commercial secretaries
and newspaper men of west Texas.
MARFA DRAMATIC CLUB
TO PRESENT PLAYLET
Marfa, Tex., Feb. 21. The Marfa
Dramatic club has arranged to play the
"Spinster's Return From Klondike," at
the Marfa opera house Feb. 26.
Dr. Reeves of Sanderson is here visit
"W. A. Beaty, of Alpine, has been here
several days buying mules.
A. Mays, of Fort Davis, is here.
F. G. Cat, of Sanderson, was here
Miss Mayer Young and Ida Cochran,
of Alpine, visited friends here recently.
Mrs. "W. G. Moore Is In Sierra Blanca
with her mother, .Mrs. Fannie Love,
who Is seriously ill with pneumonia
Mrs. W. E. Love was called to El
Paso recently in response to a message
from her sister, who is ill.
Mrs. Anna McGee has returned to
Messrs. Oliver Billingsley, B. F. Billing-sly,
and R. R. Smith are in Presidio.
Mrs. R. A. Kyle is recovering from a
The stockholders in the company that
built the Marfa opera house are can
celing their stock as a means of paying
off the Indebtedness incurred In build
ing the largo play house.
TSLETA PERSOXALS ASTt
VALLEY XEWS XOTES
Tsleta, Tex., Feb. 21. Capt. and Mrs.
R. E. Seay, of the E. P. M. I., are guests
of Mrs. A. L. Peterman at Valley Inn.
Harry Moore, ranger from Capt.
Hughes's company at Amarillo, is the
guest of Capt. Ross's company here.
fe Capt. and Mrs. A. J. Galley are in El
Paso visiting "the famtey or J. Milton
Mrs. George Clements has returned
from a trip to El Paso.
Mrs. B. A. Odon is in El Paso.
A large shipment of trees and shrubs
has arrived to be useu in ornamenting
the yard at the .J. J. Smith ranch.
Mrs. "Will Curry is quite ill.
Mrs. J. R. Booth and children left this
afternoon for their home In Fort Wor.th..
Mrs. Booth had made arrangements to
leave at an earlier date Dut her little son
Peter had a slight operation performed
on his throat and could not be taken
I MONTEREY, N. M., SOCIAL
AXD PERSONAL :?EWS
Monterey, N. M., Feb. 21. The Chris
tian Endeavor society gave an enjoy
able party at the "Weatherford home re
cently. Among those present were:
Misses Ilnnle and Midge Bourne, Vera
Carter, Lillian "Windows, Mae and Nellie
Sanders, Edith and Maud Abbott, Hal
lle and Anna Lumbley, M. Carr Mar
garet Prude, Mable Hall, Eloise Carrol
and Edith Stebblns, Messrs. "W. n.
Bourne. "W. "W. Lumbley, Edward
Wharton. Curtis Johnson. H. "W. Crouch,
Bob Carr, James Anderson, Frank
Curry, Ernest Spillers, Carl Haynes,
Andrew Prude, Frank Maxwell, John
Hall and Thomas Weatherford. Many
games were enjoyed by the young peo
ple. Refreshments were served at 10
oclock and the party broke at about
M. C. Wright is now at work at Dana,
Wyoming. His family is selling out
i and expects to join him in the near
I. O. Wetmore wtnt to Carrizozo re
cently. Dee Harkness and son John Counts
were over here from La Luz lately.
H. "W. Crouch, of Tazoo City, Miss.,
Is visiting L. E. Lumbley and family.
Mr. Crouch expects to locate here.
Miss Eloise Carrol is down, from
Mescalero visiting with Miss M. Prude.
NEWS NOTES FROM
Stratford. Tex., Feb. 21. L. M. Price,
real estate dealer, has traded his resi
dence property on lots S, 9 and 10, in
block 62, in Straford, for the south half
of section 97, block 1 T., T. & ?. O.
Railway company grant In Sherman
county, owned by Fred Ingham. Mr.
Price and his family will board for a
time and then will build 'a larger resi
dence with an entire block of ground
as the premises.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred E. Ingham is suffering from scar
T. J. Noland and son, J. Ross, left re
cently for a business trip to southwest
Miss Nell Purnell, who has been visit
ing here with her brother H. a. Purnell
has returned xo her home at Kansas'
Made of pearly ripe corn
Is the most vanning cereal
That has ret appeared
On the breakfast table.
Golden-brown, fluffy bits,
Fully cooked, ready to serve
Prom the'pkg. Tvith cream
Not yet approached
In tempting goodness.
One doesn't forget
the "toastie" flavour.
"The Meraor- Lingers"
Pkgs. 10c and 15c.
(Sold by grocers.
BARSTOW NOW HAS AX
Women Also Organize Civic League
Fanners Increaae Alfalfa Acre
Barstow, Tex., teD. 21. An anti
saloon league was organized here re
cently with 24 members.
The women of Barstow organized a
The farmers here have increased the
alfalfa acreage this year ax least 1200
Business in this vicinity has Im
proved along all lines here in the past
few weeks and many new faces are con
stantly appearing on Barsrows streets.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Petty and
to Mr. and Mrs. Dud Block, baby girls. .
"3IOTHER" THEW RIDES
TO AN EL PASO FIRE.
Sits With Chief aad Is Afterwards Pre
sented "With a Gold Bado and
a Kire Helmet by Firemen.
Behind fire chief Armstrong's fast
pacing horse, "Prince," "Mother" Thew,
as she is familiarly known in most of
the fire departments of the country,
made a record breaking run to 1210
San Antonio street Saturday afternoon,
a few minutes after 4. o'clock.
Tho firemen of El Paso had planned
a surprise for the genial old gray
haired woman they were going to give
her a badge and the chief was driving
her to the Central fire statfon, where
the surprise was in store for her. Just
as they rounded the corner of Stanton
street, the fire whistle shrieked.
"Let him go; you can't go too fast for
me," she exclaimed, and Prince let out
an extra burst of speed, probably cog
nizant of the fact of who he was haul
ing, and he wanted to show her that
the El Paso department Is one of the
A pile of rubbish 4n the rear of 1210
San Antonio street had caught fire and
was quickly extinguished with buckets
Then the run was made back to the
lire house and in the office of the chief,
all the men of the Central department
lined up while mayor Sweeney, in an
appropriate speech, presented a gold
fire medal on which was engraved,
"Mother Thew, El Paso Fire Depart
ment." There was also a fire helmet
engraved on the face, while on the re
verse side appeared the date, Feb. 19,
J. F. 3IITCHI3I COMING
TO EL PASO FOR TRIAL.
J. F. Mitchim. charged with the mur
der of Monroe McClurg Harrell, will be
In El Paso during the first week of
next month, according to a statement
made by his attorney, R. V. Bowden,
Saturday. It has not been decided
whether he will be able to stand trial
or not, but he will' probably do so if?
physically able to undergo the strain.
OVER 200 SUITS IX -
DISTRICT COURTS DISMISSED.
District clerk Alderete has . dismissed
over 200 suits In both district courts.
Joe Drlscoll has been going over the
dockets for 'several months past and
has picked out a number of suits in
which cost bonds have not been filed.
and, these being old, have been dis- I
THE FRED J.
Announces an exhibition of Kodak "Work to be held at the
store corner Texas and MesaStreets, February 18th, 19 th,
21st and 22nd, and extends to you a cordial iavitation to
be present. In the exhibit are several hundred enlarged
prints of high pictorial quality, and there will be interest
ing demonstrations by qualified representatives of the
rj Eastman Kodak Company every afternoon and evening.
Make That Brass Bed
Look Like New
the same with silverware, electric fixtures, or in
fact anything in metal refmished. Low prices and
WE DESIGN AND MANIJEACTUEE
electric .and gas fixtures without any extra charge
for finish. If you want good work at honest prices,
it will pay you to see us before placing your orders.
The Standard Electric Co.
107 S. Stanton St. Phones 1982, 982.
TO NEW YORK
GOING VIA. NEW ORLEANS AND RETURNING VIA CHICAGO
NEW YORK rates apply via New Orleans ana Steamer one way or both ways
or all Rail going and returning.
Remember the Sunset Route Operates the
From EL PASO With:
Dining and Library Observation Cars (Second to None), First and
Second Class Sleeping Cars, Free Reclining Chair Cars, Oil Burning
Locomotives; the only line using them.
Tickets on Sale Daily After March 1st; Limit 9 Months; Stopovers Allowed
W. C. McCORMICK, P. A. J. E. MONROE, C T. A.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL
ran WELL IS
Minister and Bride Greeted
With Salute of Shotguns.
Dayton, N. M., Feb. 21. Lee Atkinson
has completed for A. W. tienry, on land
just east of town, a well 115 feet deep,
from, which there is a small flow with
out the use of a pump. This Is the
strongest underflow well yet brought In.
When Elder K. N. Morgan reurned
iwih his ' bride from Beard City, Texas,
he was greeted with a rousing reception,
according to the New Mexico code, which
included a chivaria wim a battery of
shotguns and sixshooters.
Dr. R. L. Paxtorr, who has been trav
eling in Texas for a medlca: publishing:
house for the past four months, has re
turned to Dayton and will devote his at
tention to his drug store in the future.
E. E. Gillett has completed for W.
Yates, three miles east of town, a 70
foot well. In which the underflow rises
to within 15 feet of the surface.
Miss Inez Heaton, of Hope, Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. A. X. Dare, for a few
,Mlss Cora Gibson is postoffice clerk
now, succeeding Miss Alma Wheeler,
Three new members were initiated
ing the W. O. W. lodge here last week.
J. T. Gillett, of the Independent Land
company, sold to L. H. Powell, of Gray
ford, Texas, the H. M. Wells 160 acres,
four miles southwest of town, for $13,
000. J. R. Tates was called to Manson, la.,
this week by receipt of a telegram an
nouncing the critical illness of hi
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Henry will start
Sunday morning for a trip through
southern California and other western
The Dallas News publishes a picture
of Rev. H. M. Perkins, who was former
ly pastor of the Presbyterian church
of Dayton, announcing his appointment
as secretary of the general assembly of
the Presbyterian church of Texas.
Horseless carriages, wireless telegra
phy, and now lardless cookery! Lard
has, from time immemorial, held sway
in the kitchen, but it has one fatal ob
jection it is indigestible. Nine-tenths
of the indigestion with which the Amer
ican nation is afflicted is due to the use
of pork and its by-product lard.
Recognizing this, The N. K. Fair
bank Company, Chicago, have placed on
the market a vegetable oil cooking fat,
Cottolene, which can be used in every
way that lard or butter can, and which
makes delicious, digestible and nourish
ing food. It is recommended by physi
cians, even to invalids, and it is cheaper
than lard, one-third less being required.
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