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EL PASO HERALD
Fridav. Fcbruarr 23. 1910.
Today's News of the Great Southwest sf HijfVlA
Best Meat Too
SPECIAL SALE FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Saturday we will give another special sale and every
housewife should take advantage of the special
prices on this day. The quality will be up to our
standard which insures you of the freshest, choicest
and most tender meats. You will not appreciate
these prices until you see the meat. If you cannot
visit the store, telephone your orders.
Chuck Roast, an extra, special Saturday for only, Q
ner lb OC
Chuck Steak, it's extra nice and will be on sale for, ey
per lb V..s OC
Corned Beef, nothing as nice ever sold in the city, 1 A
per lb 1UC
Mutton Stew, the kind the whole family will eatj rj
per lb - C
Rump Roast on special sale Saturday r
only per lb " JLwC
Stetter & Schneider
Phones: Bell 14: Auto 1014.
M FIR THE
Will Open Saturday Night
and Continue Through
The program for the Laymen's Mis
sionary gathering- in El Paso "has been
completed. The meeting- will open Sat- I
urday evening at 7:30 with a banquet
at the St. Regis, J. J. Ormsbee as
toastmaster, "and will continue through
Monday evening. Following Is the
SaHday. February 27.
11 a. m. Churches supplied by visit
3 p. m. Mass meeting for men. Trin
ity M. E- church. Mesa .and Boulevard.
"JThe - .Significance , of the Laymen's
Missionary Movement" 5lev. W. W.
Pinson. D. D.. Nashville, Tenn., .secre
tary of foreign missions, M. E. church
The "World for Christ by the Men of
Today" He v. J. P. McNaughton, D. D.,
Smyrna, missionary to Turkey.
3 p. m. Mass meeting for women.
First Presbyterian church, Stanton and
7:30 p. m. Great union meetings of
"America's Share ol? the World's j
Evangelization" C. H. Pratt, Athens,
Ga., secretary of the L. M. M., Presby
terian church in tflie United States.
"Light in Darkest Africa" Rev.
"Willis R. Hotchkiss, Lurabwa, British
East Africa, missionary ;i Africa.
First Baptist, Virginia and Magoffin.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
disappoints those who use it for ob
stinate coughs, colds and irritations of
the throat and lungs. It stands un
rivaled as a remedy for all throat and
lung diseases. Sold by all druggists.
Wbeve3a3t received mCatudgameaA
ot PWUNA. POULTRY FEEDS, CU
wd exaadnc them.
, a jnirtnrepf o?a dozen varied
of eram and seeds. They contaS
absolutely no zl which make
jreiEhi. They contain absolutely a
earntpor smutty wheat. Your chick
ess will thrive upon this feed it's po
experiment, bat a. practical feed for
practical, poultry raisers. CC6 si
and mm foe a sample of it,
0. G. Seeion &
MM MILK DRINK
r rw r ir u nk
EL PASO PUREMILK
There Is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is In
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
It comes from Inspected, contented cows,
and Is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to jrou in sterilized
El Paso Dairy Co.,
-Phones: Bell 340 j Auto 1150.
nrfin 313 S Orcsroa.
Imtfl 1 mSmt OmVmGEk ivm
and Get the
107 El Paso St
St. Clement's Episcopal, Campbell and
3Ionday, February 28.
10 a. m. First Christian church.
"Prayer and the Missionary Enter
prise' Kev. C. F. Reid, B. D.. San
Francisco, Ca-1., secretary department
Pacific coast, M. E. church south.
"The Adequate Missionary Policy"
C. H. Pratt, field secretary Laymen's
Missionary movement, southern Pres
"The Organization Needed". 1. The
missionary- committees. 2. The coop
erating committee Rev. TV. TV. Pin
son, D. D.
"Systematic Missionary Education".
1. The uses of literature. 2. Groups
for conference and investigation. 3.
Laymen as advocates. 4. An educa
tional campaign Rev. D. Clay Lilly,
D. D., field secretary Laymen's Mission
p. m. First Christian church.
'"Will Missions Bear Investigation?"
Rev. A. "W. Rider, L L, Oakland, Cali
fornia, Pacific coast secretary American
Baptist Missionary union.
"The Winning- of Korea" Rev. C. F.
Reid. D. D.
"Business System in Missionary
Finance". 1. Perspective in Giving. 2.
Proportionate giving. 3. "Weekly of
fering. 4. The every-member canvass
Rev. D. Clay Lilly, D. D.
Monday Evealapr, Febrnary 2S.
7:30 p. m. First Christian church.
"A New Order in an Old Empire"
Rev.c A. P. Parker, D. D.. Shanghai,
China, missionary to China.
"The Outlook in the Mohammedan
World" Rev. J. P. McNaughton. D. D.
"Some Aspects of Heathen Life Rev.
Willis R. Hotchkiss.
Tnesday, March 1. 1910.
9:30 a. m. First Christian church.
"The Stewardship of Life" Rev. A.
W. Rider, D. D.
"The Reflex Influence of Missions"
Rev. John W. Lowe, missionary to
"The Bible and Missions" Rev. D.
Clay Lilly, D.' D.
"Christ's Call to Men" Rev. Willis
j 2:30 p. m. Meeting for all ministers.
First Christian church.
3:30 p. m. Denominational rallies (to
be arranged by each denomination.)
7:30 p. m. Trinity Methodist church
"T3ie Triumphs of the Cross in China"
Rev. John W. Lowe, D. L.
"Miracles of Grace In Burmah" Rev.
Ola Hanson, missionary to Burmah.
"Japan In Transition" Rev. J. L.
Bearing, D. D., missionary to Japan.
WEDDIXG AT BISBEE;
XEW CLUB FORMED
Bisbee, Ariz., Feb. 25. Thos. Carey
and Miss Annie Moran, both .well known
in Bisbee, were united in marriage re
cently by justice High.
Frank Christina, a well known
ranchman, who was in town recently,
reported a scarcity of water In the Sul-
j phur Springs Valley, which, he says,
is the cause of the increase in the
price of beef.
T. F. Estrada fell through a manway
at the Oliver shaft a distance of eight
feet and was Injured, his'Tiip being dis
located. He was removed to the C. &
It Is reported that John Bogges, who
was severely injured at the Cole shaft.
Monday last, Is still at the hospital In
a very serious condition, j
A new club called U. K. K. has been
formed. It will give its first dance
at tho old opera house.
' At the T. M. C. A. bowling tourney,
j recently, the Champions defeated the
' Sky Pilots, while the Shamrocks won
against the Rough and Readies.
From aa EI Paso Citizen.
Is your back lame and painful?
Does It ache especially after exer
tion? Is there a soreness in the kidney re-v
These symptoms indicate weak kid
neys. There Is danger in delay.
Weak kidneys fast get weaker.
Give your trouble prompt attention.
Doan's Kidney Pills act qHlckly.
They strengthen weak kidneys.
Read this El Paso testimony.
Charles Vollertsen, 215 "W. Nevada
street. El Paso, Texas, says: "I have
used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
Kelly & Pollard's drug store, in my
family for the past four years. "We
have tried several other kidney medi
cines, but Doan's Kidney Pills is the
only one that has given me prompt
relief. I can recommend them highly
to anyone suffering from kidney trou
ble." For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's 5ind
ta-V -no nthc
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SMJIIMGOUNTnY EDDY, GOUNTY W fj J S&-
Southern Pacific to Bring Court Gets Trophy Cup by A Mil 1 1
. Towns in Closer Touch Injunction-El Pasoan GoVeFliment U W InSDeCted
With El Paso. Weds at Carlsbad. -
Farmington, N. M., Feb. 25. The en
tire San Juan country Is thoroughly
aroused over the flattering prospects of
the Southern Pacific railroad extension
from the south to Farmington and on
to Durango. Railroad talk and con
centrated activity absorbs -the attention
of everybody, especially the serious
minded business men and larger prop
erty owners. Durango, Aztec and Far
mington are in thorough cooperation
with a dtermiuation to comply with all
of the company's requirements.
A mass meeting was held in Durango
recently, which was packed with dele
gations from Farmington, Aztec and
other points. In turn the opera house
in Farmington was overrun at a meet
ing held for the same purpose. Duran
go sent 100 delegates on a special train
with a brass band. Aztec turned out 60"
strong, also bringing a brass band.
The third rally was held at Aztec, at
tended by more than 300 delegates. The
Farmington assessment of about $25.
000 has been raised, andpractically all
requirements at other points complied
with, and from trustworthy sources
comes the information that dirt will be
broken in a few weeks and the line
completed to Farmington in short 'or
der. The importance of this Southern out
Jet Is well understood by San Juan
citizens, since it affords a direct outlet
to the proper markets for the immense
fruit crops, Irish potatoes, etc. This
line is expected to handle the bulk of
the fruit crop of Colorado, and it will
also aford an outlet for the Immense
coal output of this country.
The building o'f this road brings these
towns" in close- touch with El Paso,
which city is regarded as the natural
jobbing center and distributing point
for tho San Juan country.
Stimulated by the railroad prospects,
property is changing hands freely and
many new people are coming in. Much
of the time the past four weeks Far
mington's hotel facilities have been
taxed to the limit.
The outlook for a heavy yield in
fruit was never more flattering In the
history of this country".
Many Texas people are residents of
this section and are interested in keep
ing in close touch with El Paso.
Many People From Lower
Valley See the Bird Man.
Ysleta, Tex., Feb. 25. Citizens arc
returning on every train from The
Herald's great aviation meeting, and
one and all are saying, "Hurrah for
Hamilton and for The Herald for
bringing ihim." Those who failed to
go to see the bird man are kicking
themselves and those who did go are
congratulating themselves on seeing
:he most scientifically Interesting spec
tacle ever witnessed in El Paso county.
Among those who went up to see Ham
ilton's flight were: Mr. a'nd Mrs. A. J.
Gailey, Dean Clark, J. M. Clark, Misses
May me Manning. Juanita Loewenstein,
Mrs. Joe Loewenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Ike
Loewenstein, Gustaf Lo&wenstein, D.
W. Cox, W. D. Lansden, A. L Peter
man. J. N? Duran. J. L. McCHmons, W.
A. George. Olga George.
D. E. H. Manigault and family, of
Guadalajara. Mexico, are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Porcher.
The Gailey-Clark construction camp
is being moved to Clint.
J. L McCHmons and W. D. Lansden
have returned from a business trip to
Miss Petra Garcia entertained a
nurriber of friends recently. Music was
furnished by the Ysleta orchestra.
D. M. Payne is erecting a Qiandsomo
residence on the ranch which he our-
chased from the Smith heirs.
Dr. E. R. Carpenter is making exten
sive improvements on his ranch.
Judge and Mrs. Louis Foix have
returned from El Paso, where they saw
the bird man.
MORE MATERIAL RECEIVED
FOR RAILROAD EXTENSION
Mexico Mormon Colonlxts to Join Those
in Arizona 3Iormon Colony
Colonia Dublcr.. jaexico. Veh a
freight train recently broue-ht svon
cars of ties to be used In th hnni,,
of the extension from Xhpv r-oo
Grandes. The construction ?c i,
pushed. " ""fa
Mr. Bluth is selline- out hfn hnitcM
effects preparatoryto moving his fam
ily to Tucson. Ariz. He win !, u
other Mormons whn want u i.i
fall. They are working on a ranch and
dairy near Tucson.
Alice Whltinir will leave Pm?., t,.k
Ian and go to her home in Diaz.
m JT i?yrin' of Colonia Juarez, is
selling his home in town to his brother
Edd and will build out on his farm.
Edmund Richardson and John Wilson,
?LS. JUErez' ave sone UP
Chuichupa on mining business. They
are taking up some new claims.
Dia-hv MrS- Jhn Rowley of Colonia
via. navo a new son
Joseph Galbraith of Colonia Diaz has
perfected and natentorj o . , ' J' !as
j for pu lns Water."it can"Te S
weir a" irriE:atins stream or in a
Mrs Moffett, who Is suffering from
a paralytic stroke, is improving I SSS
She is now able to speak. Y
The recent recital given bv the -Relief
society was greatly enjo'yed. ft
er the program had been conceded all
totLWh had taken Part Were invted
to the home of Mrs. Bowman, where
they partook of a dainty lunch, listened
to music, toasts. -n.nd a. rPoltU.I6"
I Alica Whiting. -" oj
DE3IING CITIZENS CAME
TO SEE THE RIRD MAX
Deming, N. m., Feb. 25. Deming citi
zens to the number of a score and more
"were in El Paso to witness the flights
of Charles K. Hamilton, the bird man
H. G. Bush, manager of the Deming
Lumber .company, will move into his
new home In a few days.
Sadler & Brown are working 31 men
at their mines, eight miles east of Dem
ing. They are also using 15 spans of
fine mules for haulinr o
I or everybody, especially the serious! . -Arr w tn thr Midland mm .
Carlsbad. N. M., Feb. 25. At the call
ed meeting of the county commission
ers, held at the clerk's office recently,
the contracts for the construction of
two new bridges in the county, one
across the Penasco river, near Dayton,
and the other spanning Eagle draw,
near Hope, were" let to the Midland
Bridge company, of Kan'sas City, Mo.,
at a cost of $7200,
The contract for widening the ap
proach to the La Huerta bridge, north
of town, and also for remodeling and
repairing the bridge proper, was also
let to the same company -at a cost of
$5850. The other three new bridges
which are now in course of construc
tion, viz., one across the Pecos river
at Artesia, one across the Pecos at
Carlsbad, and one crossing Black river
near Malaga, respectively, at a total
cost of $22,000, will, withfcthe work
which is being done on the public
roads, put the thoroughfares of Eddy
county in fine condition, and will great
ly assist the farmers in hauling their
products to market. i
Injunction Loenteft Cup.
The mandatory injunction recently
Issued by judge Pope, of the district
court, against E. J. Femster, of Artesia,
N. M., ordering him to deliver the
Hearst trophy cup to the clerk of the
said court in this city, had a telling
effect hi establishing Its whereabouts.
The cup was awarded to Eddy county
for having the finest county exhibit
at the 16th annual Irrigation congress,
held at Albuquerque. The exhibit was
arranged by the products supplied by
Carlsbad. ' Artesia and Hope, and by
mutual agreement the cup was to have
a regular itinerary, being exhibited for
ju period of three months at each place. ,
It disappeared from Artesia and the
injuncudn followed. Its custodianship t
will be determined at the next term
of the district court, which will be
held in this city, April 3.
Mrs. Watrous, slsterinlaw of C. M.
Richards, cashier of the National Bank
of Carlsbad, died at her home in this
city, after an illness of two years. The
remains were taken to her former home
in Urbanna, 111., for interment.
To Have Summer Resort.
A movement is on foot for the con
struction of a boulevard, extending
from this city to Lake Avalon, where'
the diverting dam constructed by the
government forms an immense lake and
makes an Ideal location for a pleasure
resort. The organization of a Country
club Is strongly advocated by several
enthusiasts of the town, which will also
be located at the lake, where golf links
will be laid out.
Miss Susannah Hakes, of this city, was
united In marriage, to Harry F. Hare, of
El Paso, at the home of the bride's
'parents. The bride Is one of Eddj'
county's best teachers, an the groom,
a former resident of Eddy county, is
now identified with the business inter
ests of the Pass City. Mr. and Mrs.
Hare will make their future home in El
New Mexico Filings on In-!
crease uurry jjiiis va
cancv on Board.
Santa Fe, X." M., Feb. 25. Although
less than two months of the present
quarter have passed, the corporation
filings in the office of territorial secre
tary Xathan Jaffa have already sur
passed all previous quarterly records,
and more than $5000 of corporation
fees will be turned into the territorial
treasury for this' quarter.
The Gyp Creek Oil company, of Carls
bad, has incorporated with $500,000 cap
ital. The Incorporators and directors
are: Bert A. Nymeyer, "William Crump
and Charles R. Brice, the latter being
designated as New Mexico agent. In
corporation papers were aJso filed by
the Mora Valley Development company,
of East Las Vegas, J3an Miguel county,
with a capital of $25,000. The Incor
porators and directors ar: Arthur H.
Harris, designated as New Mexico
agent, Rodney B. Schoonmaker and
Gov. ,Currjr has appointed Juan R.
Charette, of Cimarron. Colfax county, a
member of the board of trustees of the
New Mexico reform school at Springer,
vice Francisco Serna, of Chamita, Rio
Arriba county, whose place was de
clared vacated because of hU inability,
on account of the long distance to
Springer, to attend the meetings of the
N'ACO RANCHER GETS GOOD
PRICE FOR SORGHUM.
Teachers and Students Clear Ground
Near School Building for Ten-
nl Colirt Naco Nevrs.
Naco. Ariz., Feb. 25. W. E. Walker,
who has a ranch about three miles
north of Naco, has sold about 15 tons j
or sorguum, grown on his place, to John
Bowen, of the Palace livery stables,
at Bisbee, Lowell, COurtland, Naco and
Herford. It Is said'$20 per ton was
paid on the ground, baled.
The teachers and scholars of the
Naco public school, have spent their
spare time ths week clearing off and
leveling the ground adjacent to the
public school for a tennis court. The
teachers are Miss Ethel Armifage and
Miss Lillian Mercer, and the ' trustees
are W. G. Brown, JL. M. Hall and lr.O.
Dr. B. C. Tarbell, of the United States
Immigration service, is celebrating his
first wedding anniversary.
John J. Newell, constable and deputy
sheriff of this place, is kept busy these
days, watching and keeping the tramp
Quite a number arp going from Naco
and Cananea. and this vioinitj', to sec
Charles K. Hamilton at Douglas.
John Katliff. a well known rancher
in the Huachaca mountains, came to
Naco recently ror supplies
ti. .u. xjiumiun was a recent visitor
SIERRA I1L.ANCA 3IAN
WEDS LA VA1.1.EY GIKI..
AVeddlnp: Ceremony Solemnised In New
El l'nso County Tovn News Notes
From Sierra Blanen.
Sierra Blanca, Tex.. Feb 25 Fletch
er T. Scafe attid Miss Minnie O. Blount
Consider the Quality Be-1
I I mm -mw
Wlien biiyiiig groceries and meats you should always see that the quality is first
considered. Make .price a secondary thing and it will be cheaper in the end.
Your health willSiot always last if you eat -the inferior grades of articles. By
eating good meats and groceries you will avoid many a doctor's bill and, at the
same time, enjoy what you eat. When you go to select groceries and meats re
member that there is one kind thatVou can always rely upon as being the best,
- freshest and choicest that's the Nations' kind.
"Lyndon" Brand Yellow Free Stone Peaches.
3-fb. cans; reg- price 30c; special, per can
'Casino" Branl Clam Ohowder; regular price
15c; special per can
Ralston Breakfast Food; regular price 20c per
package: .special 2 packages
Blue Valley Butter
were married February 24 at 6:30 p. m.
at the home of the brides parents, ilr.
and Mrs. TV. J. Blount, of La Valley.
It was a quiet home wedding, only
relatives and Immediate friends of the
contracting parties being present. Rev.
Mr. Millican. of Van Horn, offlciatea.
Following the ceremony a delicious
dinner wate served. The young couple
will be at 'home to their friends In
Sierra Blanca, where the groom has a
responsible position with Oden & Co.
Mrs. B. Jones, her daughter Alice,
1 and slster. MIss OctavJa Barlow, of El
I Pasoi are here for a few days vlsitInS
friends and attending to, some real eS'
Mrs. Fannie Love, who Iras been quite
ill with pneumonia. Is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hester were, in from
their river ranch to attend the Scafe
F. IL Shaw is here and will work
second trick in the telegraph office In
place of F. A. Clark, who goes to Ft.
Hancock as agent.
ON NEW MEXICO RANCH.
Monterey. N. M., Feo. 25. Mr. and
Mrs. Lunibley have gone out to their
ranch, where Mr. Lumbley is having a
new irrigation plant put in and is go
ing to try the now government experi
ment on some grain. The government
is to furnish enough seed to plant four
Little Margaret Lumbley; while play
ing at school yesterday, was thrown
backwards by one of her little play
mates, striking her head on a rock,
cutting a small'gash.
Mrs. M. C. Wright expects to leave
the last of the week for Dana. Wyo.,
where she will join her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. James Reagan were
visitors In Monterey recently. (
Mrs. Hyde and Mrs. Wright were
visitors in Monterey latelj.
Solomonville. Ariz., Feb. 25. Sheriff
A. A. Anderson has returned from Phoe
Mrs: Bass and Miss Minnie Williams
have returned to El Paso, Texas.
Norman A. Rose, from the Sulphur
Spring valley, is in town visiting his
mother, Mrs. R. H. Samuel.
Mrs. Chas. W. Parks is sick with tho
It not only impairs the fla
vor of your desserts, but it
harms your digestion as well.
Bnmeit's Vanilla is not
only absolutely pure and
healthful, but it gives a rare,
rich, delicious flavor that is
decidedly different from any
other extract. It costs no
more than the ordinary vanilla.
Insist upon your grocer send-
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fore the rnce ' I
for Saturday Only
Oven Pot Roast,
3 lbs. for
3 lbs. for
Ribs for Boil,
4 lbs. for
BOY BITTEN BY DOG.
San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 25. AbnerB.
McMurray, 15 years old, was attacked
and badly bitten by a large dog. The
dog knocked the boy to the ground
and then attacked him with his teeth.
The boy's scalp was torn open and he
was bleeding badly when assistance ar
rived and the dog was beaten off. The
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f more housewives are giving up the old- k
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Powders. Thousands are turning to
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dog was killed. The bov was TmrriPi?
to Austin to be placed in the Pasteur
PROMINENT WEST TEXAN DIES.
Colorado, Texas, Feb. 25 H. B. Smooth
a prominent banker and west Texas
pioneer, died here yesterday of Brlght's
all Pare Food
Jaqnes Mfg. Co,
Soothes and Heals Raw
Spots and Cures All
f0 not apply violent snnffs, sprays, douches to irri-
II tate, smart ana Darn tne maamed mucous mem-
brane. Remove the cause the catarrh germs.
which cannot live -when Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly has
been appuea to tne ratv. atrected surfaces, boothes.
heals, prevents abnormal discharges cures.
Kondon's (in sanitary tubes) brimrs instant relief
from every catarrhal complication Hay Fever.
Asthma. Catarrhal Headache. Sore Throat. Deaf
cess. Stomach Trouble, etc It has cured millions.
it win cure you. Write today for free sample or
Ask Yonr Bnzggist or Doctor
and procure a 25c or 50c tube for constant.
nandyuseathomeorinpocet:a speedy, per
manent and sate cure, oa.uuo ciruasrlsts
sell it and recommend it because it cures
and contains no harmful drujr. If
your dealer hasn't it, write for 25c or
5Cc tubo or sample, postpaid, from
Kondon Mfg. Company