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Friday, February 25, 1910.
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People, in consequence, have ever since been victims of lard-cooked food and
indigestion. Lard-soaked food is not fit for human stomachs because lard is made
from greasy, indigestible hog fat, and is bound, sooner or later, to make trouble for
your inner machinery.
Cottolene is the only rational, national shortening. It is a pure, vegetable product,
ind its source (the cotton fields of the Sunny South) is in striking contrast to the
source of lard and there is just as much difference in the healthfulness of the two
products as in their sources.
Cottolene makes food that any stomach can digest palatable,
nutritious and healthful. If American housewives but knew the
superiority of Cottolene over lard, both from a practical and health
standpoint, lard would never again enter any well-regulated kitchen.
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As he was pushing his machine over
to the starting point, a piece of glass
cut a slit in the tire of the left rear
wheel, making it necessary to change
wheels, one with a. good tire being
substituted for the damaged one. Tun
ing up his" engine, Hamilton prepared
for a speed trial on his second flight.
When everything was adjusted and the
engine was pounding in perfect rythm,
Hamilton threw away the big black
cigar he had been dry smoking, pulled
that old cap down to shade his eyes,
gave the signal and was off.
As he rose over the cootomvoods
to the north of the park, a flock of
crows came flapping lazily along from
the direction of the lower valley. Their
deliberate fligiht was changed to a riot
when the golden aeroplane went whir
ring past and the crowd laughed at
Their queer antics to get clear of this
nw invader of the air. This time
Hamilton swung to the right In an ef
fort to give the people In the grand
stand a better view of his speed flight,
although the going was not as good in
that direction as around the opposite
Twice Around Racetrack.
In an effort to thug the track the avia-
tor flew twice around the oval course,
making almost a mile at each, lap
around the track. His engines were
pounding as they had not done before
and b.ls speed rial was on. The" first
lap around the half mile course was
covered In 58 seconds and the second
in 52 seconds, making the distance in
one minute and 50 seconds. When it
d-rab boxes which carry it from place ,
to place. Tired almost to exhaustion
with tilie tense strain of the past three
days. Hamilton, as frail as hi craft,
returned to his hotel, had dinner and
Accompaniea oy nis manager. -at j
'Reiss, Mrs Hamilton. Mrs. Reiss and !
the small army of mechanics, postcard i
sellers and other attaches, the man
bird left for Douglas This morning, the
modest hero of a city. 1
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CSUCES, H. M.
FraaSc A. Eairle7, Agesit, opposite
2allr Herald oa sale by Lsl Crnees
Dths Co., Camozze'i Kewa StamiL,
PIiEFTY OF WATER
Ditches Overflow and Roads
Are Under Water Ber-
Berino. X. M.. Feb. 25. Water for ir
rigation in the Tiiree Saints ditch is ex
ceedingly plentiful. Besides a large
acreage irrigated, many miles 'of
roads are under water and steps are
being taken to prosecute the careless.
E A. Lewis, resident buyer for the
Wilson Grain company of east Texas,
wa up from EP Paso lately, looking
over the alfalfa prospect with R. E.
Bowd"n, secretary of the Berino-An-thony
MaJ. G. W. Mossman of Las Cruces
Is down on a visit with his son W.
F G. Belkj accompanied by Miss, M.
Forlane, was up fromEl Paso lately.
Among recent visitors to El Paso
were J- L. Thompson. W. E-. .Raines, J.
W. Baker. Mrs. C. N. Gibson, Mr. and
Mrs Carl Price, R. E. Bowden, and
J. C. McNary.
E. C Baker is home after a fort
night." trip Into Mexico.
John Viljoen has returned from a
visit to Chihuahua.
C A Viljoen and family and Messrs.
MXary and Rawlings were aviation
Iitor-, to El Paso..
G O- Somerville, who has spent a
far here, has gone to Mountain Park.
R L. Smith, one of the purchasers of
th Rode faum, was-updately prepar
ing to seed a large acreage which he
ha cleared and leveled since his pur
chase last month.
"arl Price has- rock in ground for the
foundation of his proposed new store
building at Berino siding.
R. E. Bowden reports the last cars
of the 1903 alfalfa crop going out this
week. A total of something over 300
cars, has been very satisfactorily dis
posed of this season and the prospect
seems good for next season.
Leonard Helneman is in El Paso for
LA 3ICSA JUXIORV GUILD
Many People From, Upper Valley Come
to EI Paso to See tlie Aviator
La. Mesa News.
La Mesa, X.'M., Feb 25. The junior
guild gave its first series of entertain
ments recently. TTiuse who enjoyed
Cruces Chamber of Com
merce Organizing the
Upper Valley Towns.
La Luna, Texas, Feb. 25. A. R. Cole
man, secretary of the Mesilla valley
chamber of commerce, was Sown from
Las Cruces recently, and at a meeting
in the Anthony schoolhouse gave a
talk in the interests of that organiza
tion, outlining their close cooperative
plan of advertising the whole valley.
To this end Mr. Coleman suggests ap
pointing a local secretary in each town.
their hospitality were: Mrs. H. Reese, wtli whom he, ai general secretarv can
Mrs. Xelson. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. LIvesay, j correspond and refer letters of inquiry.
.air. ana Airs. . m. Jtteeaer; jmsses "" o wm assist in securing infor
jocice, jvieaa, Jones, $owersox. Hazel
and Hilder Creamer, Erua Reese. Le
Sure and Maggie IMvesay, Messrs. JR.
R. Wakefield, A. Greenwood, Jones,
.Rogers, Hyland and Esterbrook.
The concert given by Miss Elizabeth
Garrett was enpoyed by an appreciative
Quarterly conference was held atf the
Methodist Episcopal church recently.
Presiding elder Cockran and Rev. H.
P. Bond, of El Pato, were both pres
ent. Services were held at St. John'.s hall
lately by Rev. Henry Easter, of St.
Clement's church, El Paso.
Hide inspector Dorsey, of Las Cruces,
made a business trip down the valley
Mrs. 9. F. Davis, of-Bl Paso, spent
several days with' her mother, Mrs. J.
Quite a number from La Mesa, went
to El Paso to see the bird man fly.
is considered that he flew almost a
mile at each lap, "an estimate of his
speed may be Jiad.
Swinging around in a circle after
this test he gave the most thrilling
exhibition of his stay in El Paso. With
the engine still running at high speed.
Hamilton dipped the front control until
1 the biplane was within 15 feet of the
ground Then, gracefully as an eagle
he went aloft, completed another circle,
dipped as if about To crash into the
grandstand, rose gracefully over it and
finished his final flight with a glide
from an altitude of 700 feet, coming
down wrtnout an accment. ana seKing j
the most beautefur light of -tht: meeting.
Hamilton tne Hero.
The crowd was again given an op
portunity to examine the biplane, Ham
ilton was snapshotted time after time,
then the Curtiss machine was turned
over to the mechanicians to be dis-
mation and getting hew members. One
nunarea and sixtyflve members in the
vicinity of Las Cruces have been se
cured. All land owners of the upper
valley residing in El Paso have the
opportunity of joining the organization
by communicating with Mr. Coleman at
Las Cruces, or with Royal Jackman,
319 Herald building. El Paso.
A plan has been worked out, and the
financing of it arranged, whereby the
secretary will take a trip through Okla
homa. Kansas and Missouri, carrying
pictures and exhibits of the products
.f ?hc valley, the object in view being
;o interest the farmer, the banker and
the manufacturer in the opportunities
of this valley.
Nat Reiss made good a: a showman
and fulfilled every obligation with The
Herald and the people in EI Paso.
Washington park Is offered free of
rent for Sunday afternoon if M. W.
Stanton wishes to give that exhibition
shirt-tail flight. Admirers of the judge
will pay the re)ital and $500 for the
flight if he makes good his assertion
of Wednesday. . ,
Hamilton could easily have raced an
automobile yesterday, for he circled
the park track twice, although it was a
enlarged machine on a halfmlle track.
He had never before circled less than a
dangerous undertaking for him in that
mile track except when the short planes
were used at sea level.
Paulhan's assistant manager takes
his hat off to Hamilton without re
serve. Hamilton goes next to Portland and
Seattle for exhibitions. El Paso .got to
see the bird man before either of these
Hamilton made one circuit of" the
track yesterday, flying much-more than
a half mile. In 58 seconds. His record
wiUi a small machine over a half mile
track is 38 seconds.
"We think The Herald has done a
big thing for El Paso in bringing this
aviation meeting here and making such
a success of it." That is the way C. H
Leavell feels about the meet which
closed Thursday afternoon at the park.
"This town needs boosters that will as
sist in the organization and coopera
tion, not knockers!'
"Did I get my money' worth?
more." declared Dr. H. A. Magruder
this morning. "It was a great show.
Hamilton is a wonder."
"He is a wonder." declared John H.
Franklin, as he looked at Hamilton
flying over the grandstand yesterday.
"It certainly is a great exhibit," de
clared W. T. Hixson, and then he went
inside the field to shake hands with
Hamilton and examine the machine in
' !" MM l THE UPPER 11EY
Las Cruces, X. M., Feb. 25. The Las Cruces Realty company has con
summated a deal that ranks up among, the big deals In valley realty, the total
sum being $18,999.60. '
The customer Is Charles H. Montgomery, of Barcelona, Spain.
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17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 in block 122 ot
Westmont Heights addition; considera
tion $125; dated Feb. 24, 1910.
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Feb. 25. William
'E Johnson, 3 Las Cruces man, who re
cently accepted a position as traveling
salesman for an eastern manufacturing
concern, is here for a few days.
Paul Lisso, who Is making his ranch,
the old Williams farm west of Las
Cruces to be one of the most uptodate
in the valley, went down to El Paso last
evening to visit his father's family.
H. B. Holt returned this forenoon
from Socorro, where he has been as
representative of the Water Users be
fore the commission in the condemna
HAY STACK DESTROYED.
Chamberino. N. M., Feb. 25. Fire last
night completely destroyed the hay
stack of W. B. Carroll. There were 3"0
tons of hay In the stack.
There is a distinct individuality about this food that
gives it special value in the human economy. Composed
of WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY, so blended
that it makes a food unlike any other breakfast food upon
the market. Delicious, healthful and life-giving. It is fine to
restore and keep mankind in good health and vigor. Ask your grocer.
To aiake room and consolidate we are going to quit handling small musical
wftnnnent8,and ar e now closing out at cost and less, Guitars, Mandolins,
Violins, Banjos, Sheet Music Rolls and all small Musical Merchandise. All
Hhese goods-must be closed out, as we have no room to keep them.
PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS
Low Prices Easy Terms
W. G. Walz Co.
103 SL PASO STBEET
EL PASO, TEXAS
TWO GIRLS STEAL
AWAY EEOM SCHOOL
El Paso Student and Friend
. Are Caught at Anthony.
Anthony. X. ir., Feb. 25. After steal
mg aivav from tho r.nmn .-,
Las Cruces by the light of (he moon
and walkingr to Anthony, a distance of
2o mile., Elsie Jarchome, of El Pao
and Agnes Bennett, of Three Rivers'
is. 2ki., were caught here bv deputy shcr
ii.fr. and taken back to Las Cruces
The young girls were first missed
from tne academy about 7 oclock and
there was considerable excitement at
the i.enool, according to deputy sheriffs
3ioreno and Pedro Gonzales, who start
ed out in search of the absent students.
Wnen overtaken, the girls were at the
home of Airs. C. E. Miller, where they
had stopped and asked for something
to eat. According to deputy sheriff
3Ioreno. they had walked down the
railway track. The girls were without
hatr but had on coats.
Elsie Jarchome, it is stated, ran away
frorn the school last summer, but wan
overtaken at Mesqulte. Deputy sheriff
Moreno says they told him they did not
like the discipline at the school.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M., Feb. 25. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec-
orjl have been filed with the recorder
oi'Dona Ana county:
Henry D. Bowman to" HupS. Clary,;
special guardian's deed to a three
eighths interest in three certain tracts
of land situated northwest of Las
Cruces containing 112.95 acrs; consid
eration $3000. Dated Feb. 21, 1910.
Ida May Polkenhorn to Hugh Clary,
warranty deed to a five-eighths inter
est in three certain tracts of land situ
ated northwest of Las Cruces containing
112.95 acres; consideration $5000. Dated
Feb. 7, 1910.
Ida May Polkenhorn to Hugh Clary,
quit claim deed to a five-eighths In
terest in three certain tracts of land
siluated northwest of the town of' Las
Cruces. containing 112.95 acres; consid
eration $1.00; dated Feb. 7. 1910.
6, area 50 by 45 yards, consideration
$25; dated Dec. 13, 1909.
E. H. Morrill et ux to Troy C. Sex
ton, warranty deed to lots 78 and 79 in
the Las Cruces Realty company's-Ala-meda
Place subdivision; consideration
$1800; dated Feb. 1, 1910.
Edward D. Snipe et ux to H. H. C. Dun
woody, mining deed to the San Augus
tine Copper mine, situated in the Or
ETan mountain mining district; consid
eration $500 and other valuables, dated
Jan. S, 1910.
.1. T. Miller to Charley P.
:VEW REGrLATTOX TO
In order to prevent a blockade of traf
fic at the corner of San Antonio and
Stanton streets, the police commission
. and the city council met Thursday and
ucwiuru uii a. new reguiauou.
Cars running east. Instead of stopping
at the corner proceed 100 feet east anu
stop there, while those running west
stop east of the North Stanton street
Policeman Stubblefield was busy at
noon advising people homeward bound,
of the new regulation and all agreed,
that it was a rood thing.
tfergian. 1 &.
warranty deed 4o lots 29, 30. 31 and 32 j . MOB FAILS TO
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the pay roll In El Paso.
in block 41 of Miller's Esperanza addl
tlqn; consideration $1, and other valu
ables; dated Xov. 10. 1909.
J. T. Miller to Charley P. Berglan.
warranty' deed to lots 35 and 37 in
i)lock 33; 45. 46, 47 and AS In block 13;
29 and 30 In block 30 and 17. 18. 19,
and 20 in block 37 of Miller's Esparan
7.2. addition; consideration $1.00 and
other valuables: dated Nov. 12, 1909.
Robert L. Edwards et ux to Otto
D. F. Baker et ux to Hugh Clary, quit Wolf, warranty deed to lots 35 and 3
PROF. ItADLEV TO ADDRESS
Las Cruces, N. M.. Feb. 25. Prof
Hiram Hadley of Mesilla Park' will
have charge of the morning services al
the Presbyterian church next Sundav
Service and sermon at 11 a. m. Bible
school meets promptly at 10 oclock a.
m.; evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. W. E. Foulks, pastor, will preach
to his congregation in the Methodist
church next Sunday at both morning
and evening ssrvipos. T.Tnr,,iT,n- c..,.i.
J at 11 oclock a. m.; evening service, 7:C0
RCV. J. F. RoreX Of thn Rnrtit rOitiT-l.
will occupy his pulpit at both services
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
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. xa V,ruceS. IV AT TTV or: TUn. l
! l?WiJIf quests re registered at Hotel
won aarnaraof Karl Hockenheimer, St.
louis; L. G. James and wife, St. Louis;
Louir Hopp, Texarkana; Wm, AVending,
Denver; John Mclntyre and wife, San
AntOnlO. N. M.t ATIqc Avit- -Mnntnvo c
Antonio. N. M"- Thnn v-.ch rwif.
E. K Talbot, El Paso; S. C. Harless, El
Park hotel: John Walthall. El Paso;
Iv. I. Gafford, Vado, N. M.
! OPElV FEED" STORE.
', Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 25. Messrs.
J. E. Black and E. Lawson, who re
cently came to Las Cruces from Mid-'
lothian, Texas, have opened a feed store
on Main street In the Amador building,
formerly occupied by Biscaro'i saloon.
claim deed to a tract of land situated
just northwest of Las Cruces, contain
ing 28.56 acres; consideration $1; dated
Feb. 23, 1910.
Hugh Clary et ux to Charles H. Mont
gomen, warranty deed to three tracts
of land situated, No. 1. just north of the
north limits of Las Cruces, containing
28.25 acres; No. 2 about mile north
west of Las Cruces containing S6.-65
acres; No. 3 about one mile northwest
of Las Cruces containing 2S.05 acres;
consideration $1S,999.60; dated Feb. 23,
Eusibo- Pilar M. de Trujillo to Juan
Marquez, warranty deed to one lot in
the town of Tortugas, in precinct No.
block 7. and lots 1G. 17, 18. 19, 20. 21. 22.
23, 24. 25, 2G, 27, 2S, 29. 30. 31, 32, and
33 in block 32 of Miller's Esparanza ad
dition ; consideration $5000; dated Sept.
Morrii Freudenthal to Charles L.
Post quit claim deed to a tract of land
situate near La Union, containing 48.2
acres; consideration $1 and other valu
ables: dated Feb. 14, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Charles Horner
Woodruff, warranty deed to lots 24 and
25 in block 108 of Westmont Heights
addition; consideration $25.00;
Feb. 24, 1910.
.7. D. Wollett to Leslie F. Van Hagan,
"warranty deed to lots 12. 13, 14, '5, 16,
3 GET TEXAS NEGRO.
Dallas. Texas. Feb. 25 Judge
Feay today set the trial of Alf
- Brooks, a negro who attacked
$ and assaulted the threeyearold
4 daughter of H. J. Buvens, for
& next Thursday. March 3, and
ordered a special venire of 150
Since last night's outburst
when a mob of 200 visited the
& jail hunting for the negro, no
& demonstration has occurred.
TO DROP WORLD CASE
Washington. D. C, Felj. 25. As a re
sult of a cabinet meeting, attorney gen
eral Wickersham today telegraphed dis
trict attorney Wise, of New York, to
note an appeal from the decision of
judge Hough dismissing for want of
jurisdiction the Indictment against the
dated Press Publishing t company (The New
York World) on a charge of libel In
connection with the Panama canal
Greatly "Worked Up Over
Aviator's Plights in That
City Next Week.
'a Portland, Ore., Feb. 24, 1910.
Charles K. Hamilton. EI Paso, Tex -Aeronautic
club formed to offer good
bonus for extra stunts. Send sugges
tions for publication. News received,
from El Paso about your flight. Caused
grreat excitement here."
i.Th!s.elesXBm was received by Ham
ilton this morning before he left for
Douglas. It -was sent by the promoters
of the aviation meeting, which is to be
held m Portland the first of next
month, at which the man bird will be the
Pn?Mt0n-'""m SO from Euslas to
nf Wnere he ls under contract to
appear forseries of flights under the
management f Nat Reiss, who made
asus of the El Paso meet.
ls watf11 Sh(TS how the country
S i? S he P-rfo"nances of the avi
S? T i appt?red in El Paso thi week,
and it is predK-ted that the New Yorker
tvill gam a rejiutaUon for himself th.it
Z OT?,S tha of the other New York
man of Hamawndsport. whose name
Hamilton's biplane carries.
The Money Has Been Made
Good and Bank Is Oper
ating as Usual.
ChaS, City M- Peb- 25 Byron L.
Church, former nrsont . i, ,--.
rood state bank, of Holyroodt Kansas
Tras arrested here under instnSons"
ofKansase commissJo DWley.
Church's son. M. E. Chnrch. and P.
;,!hm,as- boh former officers of the
bank, being sought by the officer
erd ?vMaI examlner recently discov
ered evidences m the bank's book of
forgeries to cover alleged shortage! of
more than $30,000. When the bank re
organized it is said the directors made
rood this loss. The bank ver?osed
IS? W U iS Sald t0 be ln a Prosperous
eondMon. It Is claimed: that the losses
"td?e,t0 a former cashier, who spec
ulated in grain with the bank's funds.
Lest we forget let's keep our money
at home and still get the bt. Globe
TO ARRANGE RATES FOR
J JEFF-JOHNSON FIGHT
Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 25. It is
announced here today that the Texas
passenger railway clerks will meet with
passenger officials in St. Louis March.
1 for the purpose of arranging reduced
rates for the -effries-Johnson fight In
San Francisco July 4
Dr. Pierce believes that our American forests abound in most valuable medicinal roots for
the cure of most obstinate and al diseases, if we would properly investigate them: and in '
confirmation of this conviction, he points with pride ta the almost marvelous cures 'ef-
Tsfll rfVi -v-s "F1" tTt-smmefjim-mrSi-i 99
which lias proven itself to. be the most efficient stomach tonic, liver
invxgorator and blood cleanser known to medical science. Dyspepsia,
or indigestion and torpid liver yield to its curative action.
The reason why it cures ffic cmA rrmr u .ff-; ; rUr ck,v : i:t ui
extracts rrom the standard medical works which is mailed free to any address by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo
JN. r., to all sending request for the same. ' uo,
Wot less marvelous, in the unparalleled cures it is constantly making of woman's
many peculiar affectio&fi. wpaPSGoc cMno risnstto4 ;S
if -!. .w-wJ CAaLAlkS t.Jli'' w- - w MjujUVJJLO i
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1 fHi sI?pIy Rested by thousands of unsolicited testimonials contributed bv tirate
' ffTfJ3 h? have been eured by 3t often aftep many other advertised hiedi -Cines,
and pnysicians had failed. meai
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Zc Tul ""-"uuuca meaicines are wnony made up trom me glyceric extracts of native meHiriifali
I S;i1 J heK pro.cesses employed in their manufacture were original wither. Pierce, and they are' cTrried om
by .killed chemists and pharmacists with the aid of apparatus and appliances specialty desired and buiJt for!
this purpose. Both medicines are entirelv free from nlrohol and ,11 otW hvJM f:lRnbUllt &&-
full ZIT fheir Z lt " S fromalcohol and allpther hatful, && di 'M' t
. uvn c accept secret nostrums as substituted
tun list of their ingredients is printed on each bottle-wrapper
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