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EL PASO HERALD
Mondav, February 28, .1910.
Today's News of the Great Southwest
INT AVIATOR ST
Clint People Enjoyed Ham
ilton's Work Want to
See Hini Again.
Clint, Tex., Feb. 28. Clint was ivell
-epresented at the avat:on meet held in
El Paso. Among- those who attended
from here -were: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mc
Klnney, T. A. Hallihau and family, Mrs.
W. R. Henderson, Mrs. W. P. Innes,
A. T. Celuui. E. L. Wetzig and family,
A. N. Hoket, Luther Mann, Charlie
Pierce, C D. Humble and son Vernon,
and many others, all of -who report it a
success, and hope to see a repe
tition of same this fall at the fair.
T. S. Kerr is spending- several days
here superintending the finishing touch
es of C M. McKinney & Co.'s store
Crushed rock is being shipped here
now for use on the new county road
which is being constructed between this
plaoe and El Paso.
H- H. Richardson is doing some exten
sive improving on his ranch in the way
of hay sheds and outbuildings.
The acreage of -wheat being sowed in
the valley this spring is mucli larger
than usual, owing to the fact that the
water -was turned into the canal about
two months earlier.
R. S. Garnett, of the eight section
country, was a visitor to Clint and
El Paso latelj-.
EDDY COUNTY HAS
NEW VOTING- PLACES
AT YSLETA, TUESDAY
Ranser Captcin Hughes Establishes
Station at Colorado City Lower
"Valley Ncw Note.
Tsleta, Tex., Feb. 2S. Quarterly con
ference of the Tsleta Methodist church
will be held in the hall at Valley Inn
Tuesday evening at 7:30 oclock.
Capt. A- J. Galley, accompanied by
Mrs. Galley, has gone to San Angelo on
A. L. Poterman has gone east on busi
ness. Judge Harper and Frank Alderette
spent Sunday at Valley Inn. Judge Har
per came down to meet Mrs. Harper,
who has been visiting in Dallas.
Rev. H. P. Bonds, of El Pase. filled
hi? appointment here Sunday. R. L. Lan
der accompanied him.
J. M. Clark and Dean Clark went to
the new Gailey-Clark headquarters at
Capt. John R. Hughes is the guest
of friends here. Capt. Hughes has es
tablished a new ranger canjp at Colo
rado City, and a part of his company
will be located there.
Mrs. A. L. Peterman and Miss Carrie
Coleman have returned from El Paso,
where they were guests of Mrs. R. E.
Feay at & matinee party.
Carlsbad Guards Are in New
Armory Church Gives
Carlsbad, N. M.. Feb. 2S. Two new
voting precincts have been established
in the extreme eastern end of the coun
ty, one at Loviugton and the other at
Roberts, which is situated very near
the Texas state line. Justices precincts
were also established by the county
commissioners ax their last .session at
Lovington, where F. G. Shepard was
elected justice, and L. D. Keith was
Clarence Warner, the Carlsbad rep
resentative of the Pecos Valley Ab
stract company, of Artesia, has com
pleted the work of taking off the re
cords of Eddy countv, and will leave
soon for Artesia, where he will make
his future home.
The members of company B, New Mex
ico National guard, have received their
new uniforms and other equipment, and
are comfortably located in their new
armory. They are drilling regularly,
and are preparing to attend the na
tional encampment, to be held in Califor
nia this coming summer.
The "Old Maids Convention" was
given here recently unCer the auspices
of the Christian church. The entertain
ment was a success 'from every standpoint.
Net One Woman
Out of a Hundred
wfil ever change back to ordi
nary vanilla, when she has
There's as ranch difference
in the strength and flavor of
Burnett's Vanilla and the
cheap, common kinds, as there
Is between pore, rich, ice cream
and the thin, weak cornstarch
Aways insist ok getting
Yotx will have better
desserts if you do.
MANY "VISITORS ATTEND
TULAR.OSA CLUB'S DANCE.
Monterey. N. M., Feb. 2S. The mas
querade ball given by the Tularosa
Dancing club at the "Wilson hall was
an enjoyable affair. Among those pres
ent were: Misses Mae and Nellie San
ders, Margaret Prude, Eloise Carrol,
Emma and Hattie Hunter, Ethel and
Lena Maxwell, Vera Carter, Margue
rite Reagan, Mabel Hall, Midge and Min
nie Bourne. Dora Harris, Alice Grey,
Anna and" Hallle Lumbley; Messrs. M.
Holllster and John Bailey, of Monterey;
Misses Hazel Shelton, Kate Kerney.
Cornelia Warnoch, Edith Camron, M.
Miller and Eunice Barton, of Alamogor
do; Mary Cox. Kate Hajnes and Nacla
Riggs, of La Luz; Mr. and Mrs. Dee
Harkness, of La Luz; Mr. and Mrs. Will
Harkness and Esteila Harkness, of
Clondcroft; Messrs. William and Barney
Sanders, W. H. Bourne, W. W. Lumbley,
Henry Harris, Bob Carr, Oliver Jackson,
Ernest and Amos Spillers, Denton
Simms, Gordon Gun and Bennett Ding
wall, of Carrizozo; William Knibert,
Ralph Warnock, James Blakley and Lu
ther Ragsdale, of Alamogordo; Mrs. M.
C. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. James Reagan,
Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Allan, Mrs. Al. Grey,
Mrs. Pet Goins and Mr. and Mrs. Wet
more. There were many pretty costumes.
Nellie Sanders represented a flpwer girl;
Eloise Carrol, from Mescalero, repre
sented an indian maid; Edith Camron
represented the girl of the wild west,
and the queen of diamonds was repre
sented by Mrs. Harkness.
T. A. Briscoe has returned from Ala
mogordo. Misses Hael Shelton and Kate Ker
ney are visiting friends here.
Walter George and wife are here
from their ranch in the San Andreas.
J. O. Wetmore has returned from El
Bennett Dingwall, of Carrizozo, is
here visiting relatives.
Carl Walker is here from Cloudcroft.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Harkness and son
John are here from La Luz visiting
L. E. Lumbley is having part of his
cattle moved from the Turner place to
the Grey ranch.
Miss Ruth Evans is here visiting relatives.
COURT TO DECIDE
Union Revival Service to Be
Held at Marfa iSTews
Marfa, Tex., Feb. 28. Judge Prueltt
was here from Candelaria recently on
business connected with the road bond
issue. He stated that in case man
damus proceedings were not instituted
against the Presidio county commis
sioners to force them to canvas the
votes in the recent election the case
will be ttaken to (the district court
for an opinion.
Evangelist E. P. Cross has announced
that he will be in Marfa in a few
days to begin a protracted union meet
ing. Mrs. M. R. Mahon entertained re
cently at a card party in honor of her
guest. Miss Naomi Bishop, of Austin,
Texas. Those present were: Misses
Naomi Bishop, Dora Kllgore, Johnny
Jordan, Mary Shannon. Lorena Shan
non, Nora Maxwell; Messrs. G. Bogel. K.
B. Jordan, B. Kline, VJnlt Leveritt,
W. H. Patty. Blakeney and Thaxton.
Judge H. H. Kilpatrick was in Ft.
R. K. Colquitt left this morning for
Toyah. Texas, to visit his brother.
6. H. Miller, of New Orleans, La., is
here for a month's vacation visiting
his parents at their Fort Davis raich
and friends in Marfa.
A Esser, of Dallas, s here on busi
ness. Mrs. Dora Bishop will dispose of her
-anch south of Marfa. She has pur
chased lots heTe and will construct a
modern residence. .
Dane Wease was in El Paso recently.
Robert Brite, who has been in Mar
lin, Texas, for some time for his healta,
Is reported no better.
Mrs. R. A. Kyle' who has been in a
critical condition for several weeks, is
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Frazer, of the
Big Bend Quicksilver Mining camp,
south of Marfa, were here recently vis
Buck Hay, who recently disposed of
valuable mining property in Arizona,
is herev visiting his mother.
W- G. Moore recently shipped a car
load of mules to Fort Worth.
MIIM INN PlfUQR
Aviator Again Makes Flight
to Mexico Great Crowds
Douglas, Ariz., Feb. 28. Hamilton,
the man bird, made good here. Repeat-
Ing his triumphal flights at E' Paso, the
New Yorker flew over the baseball
park before a crowd which taxed the
carrying capacity of the D. A. O'Dono
van street railway.
Getting away from the Arizona earth
at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon, Hamil
ton flew over the international bound
ary line, passing over an alien country
for the second time during the week.
He was In the air about 10 minutes and
his flights on the opening day were
oVioororl enthusiastically by the crowds
i which .saw the exhibition.
! Dniielas was decorated for the avia
tion meet and a large crowd arrived
early Saturday from the camps in this
district. The hotels were filled with
people anxious to see the. aviator per
form and they "were more than satisfied
by the performance of the Yankee cloud
climber on the opening day.
Sunday they were equally well
A few reliable agents who will put
tip bond to hanaie game fighting
cocks in Mexico. I breed the best
.strains in U. S. Address,
ALFRED F. GRAHAM
, GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Valentine, Texas, Feb. 28. The, pro
gram given recently in the auditorium
of the new school building by the pu
pils of the school was a success in
every way. Much credit is due Miss
Thomas for her untiring efforts in in
structing the students.
Mrs. M. E. Waldron" has moved into
her new residence.
Sam Bunston and family are now
permanently located at their newly
purchased home in Valentine.
J. A. Pallat, of El Paso, was a re
cent Valentine visitor.
Miss Eula Thomas is 'visiting at the
ranch home of G .A Garlick.
Ranger Moore, of Amarillo, who has
been visiting in Valentine, has gone
to El Pasq" where he will seek railroad
and Mrs. Walter Chambers were
recent valentine visitors.
Iiiiiii fcnni fcn I
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vruiiicii iire riesisea in
ing by Check
Many women who hava heretofore been, -paying their bills
in currency, but who ore now paj-ing by checkare very much
pleased with the Safety, Convenience and Time Saving which
this business-like form bf settlement affords them.
We cordially invite your account, subject to check. Pocket
Size Check Books free to depositors.
Capital and Surplus $240,000.00
TO IRRIGATE LANDS
Hotel Company Secures Site
for $300,000 Structure
at Santa Fe.
Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 2S. The Ber
rendo Irrigated x-arms company, of
Roswell; Chaves county, has Incorpora
ted with a capital of $650,000. The
company -will build large Irrigation
works in the Berrendo, near Rosrell.
The incorporators and directors are:
John W. Poe. E. A. Cahoon, L. B. Tanne
hill, C. M. Rathbuu, M. S. Murray, A.
Hanny, James C. Hamilton, W. S. Prae
ger, W. A. Johnson and E. A. Cahoon.
JamesC. Hamilton Is designated as the
New Mexico agent.
The city board of education has ac
cepted the offer of $10,000 by the- De
Vargas Hotel company tendered In cash
for the corner formerly the headquar
ters building on the tort Marcy reser
vation. The company will put up a $300,000
hotel. The deed will not be signed,
however, until $15,000 has been expended
on the foundation for the hotel, which
is to be especially for the accommo
dation of tourists.
A receiver has been asked for the'
Taos Valley Land company, the Tars
Land company et al. by Golden Barrett,
of Denver, Colo., one of the stockhold
ers. A large tract of laud and an ex
tensive irrigation enterprise are in
volved in the action.
Territorial engineer Vernon L. Sulli
van has issued a certificate of con
struction to W. C. McDonald for com
pleting irrigation works on Nogal
creek dn Lincoln countv.
WEATHERFORD TO HAVE
A NEW RAILROAD LINE
Weatherford, Tex., Feb. 28. This city
today accepted the proposition of the
Mitchell and Pigg construction company
to build the Chicago, Weatherford &
Brazos valley road.
Weatherford will give a bonus of
$60,000. The line will go north to a
connection with the Rock Island, prob
ably at Bridgeport.
ANOTHER BODY TAKEN
FROM PRIMERO MINE
Trinidad, Colo.. Feb. 28. The body of
Fidel Arguello was recovered from the
main Primero mine early this morning.
Sixty-nine bodies have now been taken
from the mine, in which 76 men lost
their lives as a result of an explosion.
Make That Brass Bed
Look Like New
the same with silverware, electric fixtures, or in
fact anything in metal refinislied. Low prices and
WE DESIGN AND !MANUFACTTJEE
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.
Are good to meet!
Are good to Eat.
A big saucer of crisp, appetiz
ing, golden-brown "Toasties," with
cream or fruit,. is sure to put one
in good humor.
"The Memory Lingers
Popular pkgs. 10.
Large Family size 15c.
Sold by Grocers.
COURTLAND CROWDS .
SEE HAMILT02? FLY
Census Enumerators Are
Are Buying Pianos.
Courtland, Ariz., Feb. 2S. A special
train was run to Douglas to carry the
Courtland boosters to see Charles K.
Hamilton, the -bird man, fly. The large
crowd was supplied with badges by the
Courtland chamber of commerce and
mines. Inscribed on the badges were
the words, "For a better and greater
A special meeting of the chamber of
commerce and mines will be held Tues
daj" evening at which time action will
be taken to properly advertise the many
advantages of Courtland as a mining
and agricultural center.
Over a dozen pianos have gone into
the valley adjacent to Courtland this
spring, which indicates the class of
settlers who are making happy homes
in the great Sulphur Springs valley.
The census enumerators for Cochise
county have been recommended by cen
sus supervisor F. F. Towle. The two
enumerators for the Courtland district
are Newton Trenham and John T.
Greenlee, only Bisbee and Douglas have
more enumerators than the youngest
camp in the county.
Courtland is to have a large imple
ment house-to supply the wants of the
hundreds of new settlers coming into the
vallev. L. D'Shattuck and company j
have received several carloads as the
initial shipment of farm machinery,
fencing wire and seeds for their new
store on Main street.
W. J. Young, president of the Great
Western Copper company, took a load
in his 60 horse power auto to Douglas
each day of the .aviation meet, the
weather and roads being perfect for the
Baldness Is Too Generally
Considered a Sign of
A "bald-headed person does not have
an equal chance with one blessed with
a healthy head of hair, because bald
ness is too generally accepted as an in
dication of age. Many large corpora
tions have established an age limit, and
refuse to take men over 35 years of age
as new employes.
Almost 65 percent of baiaheaded
people may regain a good head of
healthy hair if tney will follow our ad
vice and accept our offer. We have a
remedy that we positively guarantee to
grow hair on any head, unless the roots
of the hear are entirely dead, their fol
licles -closed, and the scalp has become
glazed and shiny. We want people to
try this remedy at our risk, with the
distinct understanding that unless it
does exactly what we claim It will, and
gives satisfaction in every respect, we
shall make no charge for the remedy
used during the trial.
We know exactly what we are talk
ing about, and with this offer back of
our statements no one should scoff,
doubt our word or hesitate to put -our
remedy to an actual test.
We want every one suffering from
any scalp or hair trouble, dandruff,
falling hair or baldness, to try our
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. We want them
to use it regularly say until three bot
tles have been used, and if it does not
eradicate dandruff, cleanse and refresh
the scalp, tighten 'the hair in its roots,
and grow new hair, we will return
every cent paid us for the remedy for
the mere asking. There is no form
ality expected and we exact no obli
gation from the user whatever.
We are established right here where
you live, and make this offer with a
full understanding that our business
success entirely depends upon the sort
of treatment we accord our customers,
and we would not dare make the above
offer except that we are certain that
we can substantiate it in every particu
lar. Rexall 'S" Hair Tonic comes in
two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. Remem
ber you can obtain Rexall Remedies in
El Paso only at our stores. The Rexall
Stores. People's Drug Store and Kelly
IWM I '
All Linen Tailor made
Special Values At
A dozen or more "styles
are shown in perfect fit
ting ' tailor . made linen
waists at this price.
They're just the styles
and qualities you usually
pay $3.50 for another ex
ample of the Popular 's
At This Price We Show
All linen waists, tucked and hand, embroidered front; plain tailor
made styles, with wide or narrow pleats; hand embroidered
fronts, with wide Gibson pleats; fancy white madras, in plain
tailored styles; all linen tailor-made waists in the Russian
blouse styles. All perfectly made, with fine pearl buttons-
BIG ACREAGE FOR
Pecos Yalley Eanchers Or
ganize -School Girls
Carlsbad. N M.. Feb. 28. At the re
cent meeting 6t the Cantaloupe Grow
ers' association, held at Malaga, a large
number of the farmers present pledged
themselves to engage In melon growing
this coming season. About 1000 acres
have already been pledged, whicli will
insure a packing house and " shipping
point at Otis. It is the intention of
the farmers to ship a carload of melons
daily to the eastern markets during the
A. ILyHove, -secretary of the Pecos
Water Users' association, and P. J. Mc
Shane .of Loving, one of the directors
of the association, are in El Paso, con
sulting with engineer Reed relative to
the Carlsbad project.
The first picnic ofthe season was
held lately bj- a parfy of school girls,
who took their lunch and spent the day
at the Carlsbad spring, In true picnic
style. The 'weather was ideal for the
BOY RIDES BICYCLE IX
FROXT OP AUTOMOBILE.
TEMPEST AXD SUNSHINE.
"Tempest and Sunshine," with plenty
of both at 75 cents a throw, showed
four times at the El Paso theater dur
ing the intermission between the time
The Herald was printed Saturday and
today. In other words the company
played a Saturday and Sunday matinee
and gave a performance each night.
Some pepole who attended, seemed to
ing a good account of themselves.
For the production, special settings
have been arranged and the moonlight
scene, with the beams of the moon
streaming through the window, elicited
This was the first bill introduced un
der the new policy at the Crawford,
with reduced prices and two vaudeville
features added. The barrel hopping
feat of "the Yaudevillists" is very
clever and entertaining and the act by
iliss Fay Bainter is as sweet as her
other one in which she scored such a
hit as a baseball player. This week she
sings "Rings on My Fingers," the song
with which Bonita made her biggest hit
at the El Paso theater last week. It is
so catchy that the boys in the' audience
readily whistle it.
Tho bill runs all the week.
In "Sis Hopkins." which is now be-
presented for the 11th consecutive
season to record breaking audiences
like the performances; others didn't
attend and liked ll just as well. Some
went who would have liked It better if
they had stayed at home. But, then all
j the world is funny and anyhow, what
can you expect from a road show for 75
SAWYER IXSAX ANTONIO.
C. M. Sawyer, who gave an exhibition
at the El Paso theater on a recent Sun
day night and amused his audience
with some simple tricks of legerdemain
and some that were not so simple, and
advertised that he would .make spirits
appear in the electric light, but didn't
has gone. He gave an exhibition at San
Antonio Sunday night.
"East Lynne," the uid .time favorite,
has been revived by the Bailey company
this week for an offering at the Craw
ford and from the way the audiences
applauded and wept with the players
last night and at Sunday matinee, it
was a popular revival. This very clever
oempany is well cast in the piece and
it Is by far the best production bf this
drama ever given in El Paso by.a stock,
company. Miss Grace Lockwood Is
very sweet in her part In the play and
Edwin Bailey is the same dashing hero
as ever, with the other members bf
the company satisfactorily cas- and giv
by Miss Rose Melville, who originated
the famous country girl charaoter and
gave it to the stage, there-1 is an en
tirely new "entertainment" scene f.or
the young women's seminary com
mencement. The songs are new and
the dancing is delightful. The "pieces"
which the girl pupils speak for the
benefit of their visiting relatives are
characteristic of the country seminary.
"Sis Hopkins' comes to the El Paso
theater on Thursday, March 3rd. Seats
go on sale Tuesday morning at the
Crawford theater. The prices are: Or
chestra, $1.00, balcony 75c, gallery 50c.
There will be another big bill at the
popular Majestic tonight. It is said
to be full of singing, dancing and good
clean comedy, presented by the Ma
jestic company of 15 jieople. It 13
described as the best show ever seen
for the money. Souvenirs will be
given Wednesday night.
JE. TERESA CAJLREJTO
The world renowned pianist. Mma.
Carreno, says that the Everett piano
proved so satisfactory on her 1907
American tour, that she selected It
again In preference to any other piano,
to accompany her. on her present tour.
She uses the Everett exclusively.
TVe invite you to examine our stoclc
of Everett pianos, after which, you will
be satisfied with nothing but an
EI Paio Piaao C.,
Corner Myrtle and Campbell streets,
TV. R. Schutz. Prop.
WOMAN DROPS DEAD "
4WHXLE PREPARING MEAL
Tyler, Tex., Feb. 2S. Mrs. Sid. S.
Johnson, aged 65, dropped dead while
cooking the non day meal today, from
hemorrhage of the. lungs. ,
COURT, TERMS OPEN MONDAY.
The February term of the district
courts continues until next Saturday
night, the March term opening Monday
Lest Tve forget let's keep our money
at home and still get the best. Globe
Raymond Garnett, of Alpine, Hm Wheel
"Wrecked,, but Is Saved by Occu
pant of Car Alpine NoteM.
Alpine, Texas, Feb. 23. What came
near being a serious accident occurred
in Alpine Saturday, when little Raymond
Garnett rode a bicycle in front of Dr.
Hardy's automobile, which fortunately
was running slow. The bicycle was run
over and badly broken, but Dr. Hardy
reachea over the front of his auto and
caught the little fellow. The boy only
received a fe.w slight bruises.
Pi of. G. W. Page, principal of the
A.pine High school, left recently for
Indianapolis, Ihd., to attend the "school
superintendents' meeting, in connection
with the National Educational associa
tion. Rev. E. B. Atwood will have
charge of the schools during Prof.
The depot and railroad yards at this
place have been thoroughly cleaned and
nvarhniilffl. and nrosent -i i-n.-.. -i
.-.. . - .. ,nj neat ap
pearance, preparatory to the annual inspection.
Miss juary faaniord has gone to San
Antonio to visit relatives.
Senator J. R. Burton arrived in Al
pine from San Antonio recentlv on 'hi
way to Ft Stockton. nis
Prof. J. J. Allen, of Sanderson. was
visitor in Alpine recently.
Judge R. H. Crawford, of Marathon
was in ' Alpine a few days recently. '
MAN ACQUITTED is AGAIN'"
CHARGED WITH BURGLARY
GuadaLupe Calderon Is once more in
jail charged with burglary. He wa ar
rested Sunday afternoon by nolioJL
Caplinger, who found him intte JSS
room formerly occupied by the Craw
ford Shoe company, next to the Amerl"
can National bank on San Antonio
street. He had broken a window and
crawled in. When detected by the off!
cer, who drew his gun, he tried to gret
out the front door, but was too late
Last week In the 34th district court
Calderon was acquitted on a charge of
burglarizing the place of Sue Haynes
on South El Paso street. '
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Wear, ensp, bracing air, 'tyHBSi
Good sport and a sooth-v Wsrflfl XfBllllmi '
mg, comforting aromatic UM XVJW1 1 I
Fatima. Blended fronrr . wlV j;
fine Turkish tobaccos ' JS ,ylinB'
inexpensively packed , .-fp; Kymv,
twenty luscious smokes. WYSPll '
! Pictures of popular actresses now- ' WU llMMmmia
packed with Fauma cigarettes. II 'M J Wi l&WIJw
20 for5 cents ' 'plffllH'