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EJL PASO HERALD
Monday, March 7, 1910.
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The Best Guarantee
against the overpayment of an account is to
pay by check.
Then you will get the best possible re
ceipt. A cheek account will save you tiine
and money. Your account subject to check
is cordially invited.
Capital and Surplus $240,000.00
"Work Is VerV ROUSfh and
t js a& D1J "'""S "
Many iunneis Are .Neces
sary In Building Line
South of Casas G-randes.
Colonia Dublan, Mex., March 7, Mr.
TTkks. of camp 39, has shipped S?0 na
tives to aid In his construction -work
on building i2 railroad from Nueva
Casas Grandes He has a contract un
der Mr. Dudley for 35 kilometers, and
Is rushing: his -work, as are all of the
contractors. There have been upwards
of 600 natives shipped in this nveek.
In the 35 kilometers taken by Mr.
"Wicks there "will be three tunnels to
The road between Terrazas and Ma
dera has some very difficult work, and
there "will have to be constructed seven
or eight tunnels, and some of them will
be very long-.
The work is being: rushed also from
the Madera end. but the company is
jiot confining its efforts entirely to
Is This Fair?
Certain Proof Will Be Made Tkat
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Care
A Trial Packagre Sent Free.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are made
to give to the system, through the di
gestive tract and the stomach, the nec
essary chemicals not only to digest
food, but to enrich the fluids of the
body so that it may no longer suffer
from dyspepsia or other stomach trou
ble. "We will send you a quantity of these
tablets free, so that their power to
cure may be proven to you.
Thousands upon thousands of people
are using these tablets lor the aid and
cure of every known stomach disease
Know what you put Into your stomach,
and use discretion In doing so.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
fruit and vegetable essences, the pure
concentrated tincture of Hydrastis,
Golden Seal, which tone up and
strenghen the mucous lining of the
stomach, and increase the flow of gas
tric and other digestive juices; Lactose
(extracted from milk); Nux, to
strengthen the nerves controllng the
action of the stomach and to oure ner
vous dyspepsia; pure aueptle Pepsin of
tho highest digestive power and ap
proved by the United States Phamaco
One of the ablest professors of the
Tnlversity of Michigan recently stated
that this Pepsin was the only aseptic
pepsin he had found that was abso
lutely pure free from all animal im
purities; Bismuth, to absorb gases and
prevent fermentation. They are deli
riously flavored with concentrated Ja
maica Ginger In Itself a well known
Liquid medicines lose their strength
the longer they are kept, through
evaporation, fermentation and chemical
changes, hence Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets are recognized as the only true
and logical manner of preserving the
ingredients given above In their fullest
If you really doubt the power of
these tablets, take this advertisement
to a druggist and aEk his opinion of
It Is due your stomach to give it the
ingredient necessary to stop its trouble.
It costs nothing to try. Tou know what
you are taking, and the fame of these
tablets prove their value. All druggists
sell them. Price 50 cents. Send us your
name and address and we will send you
a trial package by mail free. Address
F A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Building,
Standard and Tourist Sleeping
Cars, uptodate Dining Cars.
Rail and Sleeper Rates same as yia
other routes to all points in East.
For full information call at
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
St. Regis Hotel .
We Sell Steamship Tickets
'W( OlLeutfNtNQ PU
jBU& 11 the Way
I the ;onstru:iou of the railroad. There
are between S00 and 1000 men on the
payrolls -who are working at the mills
tiiiu in tne umber.
An employe of the company came In
Wednesday evening searching for mules
to be used at the stables in Madera.
Peter Skousen is negotiating for the
purchase of Memmott's farm, on the west
siae or the river from Colonia Dublan.
The farm contains between 300 and, 400
acres, nearly all of which Is under cul
tivation. In the purchase he becomes
owner of some large teams and some
M. J. Robinson has been to Tucson to
look into a proposition that the Mor
mons have there, and he is delighted
with it He says if there is unity and
one man is1 placed at the head who Is
competent to direct the work that they
will be able to make a great deal of
money. He says the climate, the land
and the water are all ideal, and the
market is the best.
Abraham Done is in El Paso helping
B. B. ttiggs build a contract house. The
construction will be completed in about
rwo weeks; then they expect to come
into the colonies, for a visit at least.
The family of B. B. Riggs has been
located in Colonia Juarez.
The quarterly conference of the Jua
rez stake will convene in Colonia Dublan
Saturday. There will be present from
Salt Lake, apostle Richards and Joseph
McMurrin, one of the seven presidents
The relief society is preparing a fine
program to celebrate the organization of
their association,- to be rendered on
March 17. , -
Millard Haymore an-1 xne Redd boys
have bought the farm and home of
Simon Hansen. Mr. Hansen has pur
chased a place in California and part
of his family is there. Miss Louisa will
follow her father to their new home
later, perhaps not till April.
Babies have been born to: Mrs. Ella
Romney Farnsworth, a girl; Mrs. Al
fred Hawkins, a boy; Mrs. Chandler, a
A rich strike has been made in the
Xopala mine in the Guaynopa district.
5IORMOX STUDEJfTS WAXT
TO PLAY BASKETBALL.
Colonia Juarez, Mex., March 7. The
baseball and the basketball teams of
the Juarez stake academy are writing
to the teams of Thatcher, Ariz., and
they expect to complete arrangements
whereby those two teams nvlll oneet the
two corresponding teams at the close of
the academy this spring. They are pre
paring to have a big time at commence
A concert was given by the academy
students, under the direction of R. T.
Haag and Marcelus Smith, their music
teachers, and it was a pronounced suc
cess. They repeated it and will bring it
to Colonia Dublan.
Juarez greatly enjoyed the play, "In
gomar," presented by a local company.
The reception under the auspices of
the relief society was greatly enjoyed
by those present
Miles Romney, jr., who has been in
Ciudad Juarez in the employ of the
Union Mercantil company, has returned
home since that institution closed its
Mrs. Eva Done Bowman, of Ciudad
Juarez, is here visiting with her brother
and his family, Arthur Done.
COLOXIA DIAZ CHILDREN
HERB FOR TREAT3IEXT.
Colonia Diaz, Mex., March 7. Mrs.
Sadie Richardson is in El Paso with
her two little children seeking medi
ca laid for their eyes. The doctor gives
her every assurance that Ronald's eyes
will' be permanently and perfectly cured,
and he says he has cured eyes in a
Tvorse condition than those of Mabel.
The students, or1 many of them, are
taking quite an interest In the chicken
contest originated by Prof. "Wilson, of
the Juarez stake academy. A number
of them are preparing to enter It with
true competitive spirit.
Abia Johnson has been very sick. He
is now up and about on crutches.
Edd Payne, of Colonia Dublan, has
been here for his wife. She 'has been
visiting with her mother.
A. L. Curtis, formerly of Diaz, now
a resident of Richmond, is visiting in
his old home.
Ernest Romney and wife have just re
turned from a visit to El Paso.
REBUILDING FLOUR MILL
BURNED AT COLONIA MORELOS.
Colonia Morelos, Mex., March 7. The
colonists greatly enjoyed the visit of
The construction of the new flour
mills by the Lillywhite brothers is be
ing rushed. Between 30 and 40 men
are employed in the building.
residence" and farm
sold over at roswell.
Roswell, N. M.. March 7. R. H.
Kemp, of the Kemp Lumber company,
has sold his cottage on North Pennsyl
vania avenue, between Sixth and Sev
enth streets, and it has been moved by a
traction engine outfit about 10 blocks
to a i- in TTnTno Place addition on the
j west side. Mr. Kemp will build on his
lots a fine modern two story frame
dwelling, colonial style.
R. E. Horner has bought of T. E.
Presley 15.92 acres cloe to Roswell, on,
the southeast, for $3200.
Exattorney general TV. C. Reid and
wife are rejoicing over the arrival of
a baby boy at their ho
mill WEATHER PEGOS GOING TO SEND BIG DELE-
Some Eear In Pecos Valley
for Late Frost Carls
Carlsbad, N. M., March 7. With a
clear sky and the thermometer hover
ing around the S5 mark, it is almost
necessary to make an affidavit for the
visitors from .the north central states
that Carlsbad is governed by the same
calendar and almanac tnat is used by
them. Here, the fruit buds are open
ing out, the gras Is green and, to all
appearances, spring has arrived.
There is some uneasiness felt by the
fruit growers that the fruit may be
caught by a late frost. Some of them
have supplied themselves with smudge
pots and a determined effort will be
made to guard against killing frosts.
This is the first season they "have been
used in this part of the valley and
their success will be watched with a
keen interest by all of .the fruit grow
ers up and down the valley. They were
used successfully on the Hagerman
farm at Roswell last year.
A message announcing the death of
Miss Nettie Anderson at her home in
Coffeyville, Kansas, has been received
city, by whom she was employed as a
I stenographer for the past two years.
She was a victim of tuberculosis, hav
ing come to the Pecos valley seeking
the benefits of the climate.
Capt. E. P. Bujac, the recently ap-
pointed chairman of the board of coun
ty commissioners. Is conducting an ag
gressive campaign for good roads. He
Is now preparing to rebuild the road
between this city and the plains coun
try to the east. The matter has been
taken up with the Santa Fe railroad
with the view of having the 12 miles of
sand treated with a coating of crude
oil. The strength of sand has always
been a barrier between this city and
the plains country and has been the
means of diverting a major portion of
the trade from that section of the coun
try to other trading points. At a re
cent meeting of the Carlsbad Commer
cial club, a committee was appointed
to solicit funds for the purpose of as
sisting the county in rebuilding this
road. Already over $1000 has been sub
scribed and paid in, which Is now avail
able for the work and, with the funds
which will be given by the county, it
is thought the road will be put in
firstclass condition. It is the main
traveled road between this city and the
towns of Knowles, Monument, Lov
Ington and the smaller towns which
have recently sprung up between this
city and the Texas state line.
TV. M. Reed, district engineer of the
reclamation service, with headquarters
in El Paso, Is in the city meeting with
the Pecos water users. The matter of
the delinquent payments is being dis
cussed. It is confidently expected that
some compromise will be effected be
tween the government and the land
owners whereby the water users who
will find themselves unable to pay
their entire wafer rental at the close of
the present month, will be allowed
some days of grace and thereby be al
lowed to redeem their property from
forced sale or of having the water right
Rev. Mr. Mython, the new rector of the
Episcopal church , has organized a
Toung Men's club to provide social
amusement for the young men of the
town. The parlors of the rectory will
be devoted to the use of the club. Par
lor games as well as tennis and golf
will be instituted for their amusement.
RANCH IS SOLD NEAR
SOLOMONVILLE FOR $10,000
Changes Made in Solomonville Business
Houses Whist Club Entertained
Solomonville. Ariz., March 7. A large
real estate deal was closed when Don
Cleridge bought the ranch of Luther
Green, just east of town, for $10,000. !
Mr. Green expects to move to Tempe,
Ariz., in the near future with his fam
ily. The Fortnightly( Whist club met with
Mrs. I. E. Solomon. Mrs. Solomon was
assisted by Mrs. N;. M. Ryan and daugh
ter. Miss Nannie.
Mrs. "Van Valor, of Copper Hill, Ariz.,
mother of Mrs. Grant Robbins, is mak
ing a visit to her daughter and chil
"Walter Tidwell has purchased the In
terest of Ed Gillespie In the city meat
market. The new firm Is Massey & Tld
weli Mrs. Mox Lautin and children have
returned to their home in Globe accom
panied by her mother, Mrs. I. E. Solo
Ben Mauser has sola his place between
here and Safford to Mitt Simms.
WHY SO WEAK?
Kidney Troubles May Be Sapping Your
Life Away El Paso People Have
Learned This Fnct.
When a healthy man or woman be
gins to run down without apparent
cause, becomes weak, languid, depres
sed, suffers backache, headache, dizzy
spells and urinary disorders, look to
the kidneys for the cause of it all.
Keep the kidneys well and they will
keep you well. Doan s Kidnev Pills
cure sick kidneys and keep them well, j
Here is LI Paso testimony to prove it.
Charles M. Wilson, 1313 Texas street
El Paso, Texas, says:" "I have used
Doan's Kidney Pills off and on for
many years and have been given am
ple proof of their merit. In February,
1907, I publicly recommended Doan's
Kidney Pills and at the present time
I take pleasure i-n confirming all I then
said in their favor. I began to suffer
from kidney trouble- over twenty years
ago and during changeable weather, or
when I took cold, my condition was
always worse. I had an acute pain in
my right side and any sudden move
ment causes sharp twinges to dart
through my body. Often I was con
fined to my bed for a weekat a time.
I finally began using Doan's Kidney
Pills, procured at Kelly & Pollard's
drug store, and they brought me prompt
relief. As they have always benefited
me when I have used them since then
I naturally hold a high opinion or
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other
Many Delegates Will Attend
State Meeting at Fort
Worth; Also the Conser
Pecos,- Tex., March 7. Will L. Sar
gent, chairman of the program com
mittee of the Texas Conservation as
sociation, is in Pecos in consultation
with mayor S. M. Prewit and judge T.
J. Hefner, concerning the appointment
of delegates, and with M. L. Swinehart,
president of theTexas irrigation con
gress, relative to the treatment of the
subject of irrigation at .the meeting of
the association to bo" held at Fort
Worth April 5th and 6th
It is expected that Pecos and vicin-
TWO ARRESTS ABE
MADE AT TUCUMCARI
Men Accused of Taking
Trousers and, .Selling
Them A Wedding.
Tucumcari, N. M-, March 7. Two men
giving their names as Harry Nolan and
James Smith, have been arrested
charged with theft.
They entered Isreal's dryoods store
Friday afternoon and said they wanted
to purchase a pair of trousers. While
he was busy talking to Smith, Nolan is
sa'd to have slipped a pair under his
coat and made his way out the back
door to a nearby tailor shop and sold
.them. He returned In a few minutes
and entertained Mr. Israel while Smith
is said to have repeated the act. The
tailor then telephoned Mr. Isreal, and
tho sheriff arrested them.
Attorney Walter W. Mayes, of - the
firm of Moore and Mayes, slipped quiet
ly out of ttown and was married to Miss
Katherine Chase, at Dalhart, Tex. Miss
Chase formerly lived here.
Sherwood brothers, two well" known
E. P. & S. W. railroad men. have
bought out the Dairy Lunch room and
will try the restaurant business.
James R. Daughtry, city clerk, is in
Santa Fe on business.
Mrs. Wm. A. Schubel and children
will leave Tuesday for an extended visit
wtih relatives in Indiana and Ken
tucky. WOMAN'S CLUB ENTERS
FIGHT AGAINST LIQUOR.
Oranlzat,on at Rosvtell ConieM Out
Strongly Ajminst the Operation of
the Saloon In the Town.
Roswell, N. M.. March 7. The Wo
man's club, of Roswell. has sounded
stinging resolutions against the sa
Roswell. TheRoswell Daily
says editorially: "Nothing
would please the Record better than to ,
turn over the decision of the saloon J
matter to the women of Roswell.
The following resolutions were
uiitiitru iiiiu aoupieu oy me woman s
club at a meeting at the Carnegie Ii- IDeclare They Will Qllit Be-
brary with Mrs. A. S. Trube, formerly . rm ,, , -.
of Austin. Texas, as leader. ) " CaUSe llieV Call t KllR
"Resolved. That we believe the sa-j Paid "DpliaThuPTlt
loon to be art evil without any redeem- x cllu Ll-jJU-LillLlll.
Ing feature; that its existence is a men- Bisbee, Ariz., March 7. Becaus,- the
ace .to the home; that its Influence in city council refused to aopoint one WU
pohtics is altogether . bad: that it is .
subversive of good gavernment and I n aS a flreman an- "e insteau H.
conducive to immorality and criminal- Rblnson, tile volunteer firemen oi Bis
ity. and bee haie protested and there is much
"Resolved. That the Woman's club I talk tnat a larSP portion of them will
hereby unqualifiedlv entTorses tho I withdraw from the department. Efforts
movement having for its object the
banishment of the saloons from Ros
well, and that we pledge aU our in
fluence In the support of those who
are working to accomplish that end in
the coming municipal election; and we
heartily commend the Roswell Record
for the staunch stand it has taken in
IRRIGATION ENTERPRISES IN
NEW MEXICO TERRITORY.
Santa Fe, N. M., March 7. Territor
ial engineer Vernon L. Sullivan has re
jected the application of Levi A. Hughes
and J. W. Raynolds for 500 second feet
of the Rip Grande in White RJock
canyon, just west of Santa Fe, for
power purposes, for failure to file lans
He also rejected the application of
Arch Latham, of Sierra county, for the
waters of the Berrendo, of J. W. Rus
sey, of Carlsbad, for waters of the
Pecos, and J. A. Low and M. Loewen
stein, of Socorro, for the waters of the
He approved the applications of Geo.
T. Jambert for 115 second feet of the
Tenaja In Colfax county, and of E. A.
Clayton, of.Artesia, for the waters of
A. A. Jones, the Las Vegas grant
board, has appealed from decisions of
the engineer granting the waters of the
Pecos and tributaries.
MONTEREY NEWS NOTES.
Monterey, N. M., March 7. Dr. T. H.
Williams Is here from Chickahama,
Messrs. Woods and Fields are in
from their ranches at San' Andreas de
livering mohair to the J. W. Prude
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bent came down
from Bent, N. M., lately.
Collette "Walker, of Carrizozo, Is here
visiting friends. He will leave for Las
Cruces in a few days where he ex
pects to make his future home.
Miss Elolse Carrol is here from Mes
Messrs. L. E. Lumbley, H. W. Crouch
and Verner Wilson are In from the
SANTA FE "WOMAN" DIES.
Santa Fe, N. M., March 7. Mrs. Jen
nie KInsell, wife of acting postmaster
George Kinsell. died Saturday of pneu
monia. She was a well known temper
ance worker and active in the Metho
New Mexico Inuirnnee.
Santa Fe, N. M.. March 7. During
1909, according to insurance superin
tendent Jacobo Chaves, fire insurance
companies collected in New Mexico pre
miums amounting to $603,977.46; In
curred losses amounting to $434,972, of
which they paid $425,099. The insur
ance written amounted to $33,240,313.
itv will furnish at least 50 delegates to
attend this meeting, and arrangements
have been made for two special sleep
ing cars to accommodate them. While
all the subjects assigned for discus
sion at this meeting are of interest to
the people of Pecos and Toyah val
leys, the part of the program assigned
to irrigation is especially attractive to
The meeting of the Texas irrigation
congress will be held simultaneously
with that of the Conservation associa
tion and the constitution and bylaws
will be adopted, governing the future
workings of the organization.
President F. W. Johnson, of the Pe
cos Commercial club, has appointed the
following as delegates to this meeting:
B. R. Stine. F. W. Johnson, W. D.
Cowan, P. H. Goodloe. R. N: Couch, J.
B. Wright. T. Y. Casey. Max Kraus-
kopf, W. W. Ruhlen, and E. J. Mover.
ROSWELL, MAN IS
DEAD IN TENNESSEE
Mother Returns From Bury
ing Son Roswell Plan's
Roswell. N. M., March 4. "Frank
(Doc) Harbert is dead," came In a
message from Ripley, Tenn. He was a
prominent cotton broker and had been
a resident of Roswell for a year, seek
ing cure for tuberculosis.
Mrs. Eliza Spencer has returned from
Rockford, 111., where she took the baby
of her son, the late Charles H. Spen
cer, formerly assistant prosecuting at
torney of, the fifth judicial district of
William M. Cook, of the Roswell Au-
tomobile company, has returned from
Rocky Ford, Colorado, where he was
called February 15th, by the serious
Illness of his mother. His mother died
February 17th. and Mr. Cook accom
panied the remains to his mother's old
home at Burt, la., where Interment was
Frank Miller, the young fireman who
had both legs cut off at South Spring,
on the Eastern Railway, of New Mex
ico, will recover. When seen at St.
Mary's hospital, he was cheerful and
said he was already making plans for
a livelihood by raising chickens.
Miss Ethel Moore, aged 26 years, died
at her home, 1309 North Kentucky -avenue,
of tuberculosis. She came here
from Colorado Springs with her pa
rents. The remains were shipped to
Trenton. Missouri, accompanied by the
parents and a brother, .Dr. Thornton
Arnold Strelitz. of El Paso, who has
been visiting S- Totzek. left on yester
day's auto Vor his home. Mr. Strelitz
clf"fS .ofK h",r a,1 an affaIr a
Count club while here.
-r-rr-rT-iT-x ttt TnTmTi-i
i51oJ!iJli V UliUNTEERS
MAY GO OF SRIKS
iiw ueing maae to reacn an agreement.
Mrs. Munker who had ot heard from
her husband for two years yesterday re
ceived a messake that he had died in
Sam Elder, county road supervisor,
and Mr. Girard, territorial engineer,
met yesterday in Bisbee and conferred
about the proposed territorial hlghway
which has to cross the country.
Captain Martin, of company K, of tho
Arizona National Guard, was here yes
terda. He stated that the government
has donated to the National Guard a
new range near Wllmot foi rifle prac
tice. The range is one mile wiae and
three miles long and as soon as the
ground is cleared off, the military
company will begin its rifle practice.
Miss Miriam Toles has been selected
to be the high school representative at
the Tempe oratorical contest, which
will take place on March 12. 1
A GOOD CHANGE.
A Change of Food AVorkw "Wonders.
The wrong food and drink causes a lot
of trouble in this world. To change the
food is the first duty of every person
that is ill, particularly frcan stomach
and nervous troubles. As an Illustration:
A lady In Mo. has, with her husband,
be?n brought around to health again
by leaving off coffee and some articles
of food that did not agree with them.
They began using Postuin and Grape
Nuts food. She says:
"For a number of years I suffered
with 'stomach and bowel trouble which
kept getting worse until I was very
ill most of the time. About four years
ago I left off eoffee and began taking
Postum. My stomach and bowels im
proved right along, but I was so re
duced in flesh and so nervous that the
least thing would overcome me.
"Then I changed my food and began
using Grapes-Nuts in addition to Postum.
I lived on these two principally for
about four months. Day by day I gain
ed in flesh and strength until now the
nervous trouble has entirely disappeared
and I feel that I owe cuy life and health
to Postum and Grape-Nuts.
"Husband is 73 years old and he was
troubled for a long time, with occasional
cramps, and -slept badly. Finally I pre
vailed upon him to leave offcoffee and
take Postum. He had stood out for a
long time, but after he tried Postum for
a few days he found that he could sleep
and -that his cramps disappeared. He was
satisfied .and has never gone back to
'I have a brother in California who
has been using Postum for several years;
his whole family use it also because
they have had such good results from
Look in pkgs. for the little book.
"The Road to Wellvllle." "There's a Rea
son." Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, aad full of human
Also Buys Cottonwood Trees
to Set Out In Front '
Roswell, N. M.. March 7. The city
council has passed the proposed ordi
nance ordering cement sidewalks put
in. Walks proposed, rn place. where
they were really not needed, were ' cut
out. The question of widening the 10
foot sidewalks on Main street to 16 feet,
to which there is strenuous objection by
the property owners, is still being con
sidered by fhe committee on streets and
'One thousand mountain cotton-wood
trees are to be bought by the city coun-
cil and donated (two for each 25 foot
frontage) to property owners who will
set them out in front of city property,
and properly water 'and care for them.
The police judge report 27 arrests
'and ?116 In fines collected during Feb-
I The surgeons in charge" of the case
' coi- tViol- TTVunlr T "Tillar tlio I'minar
fireman who had both legs cut off above i
the ankles when he fell between his
engine and the car at South Spring sta
tion. Is making fine progress toward
recovery. One leg was amputated just
below the knee and the other a little
At a meeting in the Roswell Commer-
J cial club rooms to discuss ways of
raising money witn wnicn to pay ior
additional needed work on PIcacho hill
and other points on the Roswell-Carri-zozo
road. $S75 was contributed, -and
Charles de Bremond and J. J. Jaffa,
cashier of the Citizen;' , National bank,
were appointed as a committee o solicit
the remaining $1625 needed.
PADUCAH INCORPORATES AND
WILL ELECT TOWN OFFICERS.
Paducah, Texas, March 7. The elec
tion for incorporation of the town was
voted upon and carried by an over
whelming majority there being 93 for
and six against incorporation. Tb.e
election for city officers will be held
two weeks hence.
Col. E. T. Goodwin, one of the oldest
settlers and builders of this county and
town, is dead, from a severe attack of
A car of immigrants from Iowa and
other northern states arrived at Padu
cah by the way of the Quanah, Acme &
Pacific. They will probably settle in
the south part of the county.
For Lame Back
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you' take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Bright's
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
will convince you that Pineules will do all wo
ETflim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
Pineules are put up in two sizes; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar siee ceotaias
114 times as much as the 50 cent size. ,
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Wouldn't it be interesting if you
could record all the funny con
versations you overhear? No
eavesdropping, of course, you
understand but just those you
accidentally happen to stumble
onto. Well, you just ought to
that's the name of the song. It's
March Amberol Record No. 868.
Ask your dealer to play it for you on the
Get complete list of March Records from
your dealer, or -write to National Phonograph
Company. 75 Lakeside Avennc, Orange, N. J
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The Community Now Has 45
Miles of Drainage
Barstow. Texas, March 7. A well of
good water has just been brought In
east of Barstow a 'short distance, and
another well is being drilled- At a spec
ial meeting of the Commercial club
last night a movement was started to
L organize a company to pipe the wattr
into town, also to make arrangements
to put in an alfalfa mill at-once.
Maj. Jnb Wilson, local manager of
the Barstow immigration system, has
"returned from a business trip to the
head office at St. Louis.
Dr. W. -D. Block has returned from,
an extended business visit to East
The drainage machine will complete
the system of drainage here in about
four weeks, which will make a total of
about 45 miles of drainage canals cost
ing approximately $50,000.
A. E. Lee, of Lupkrn, is here on a
visit to her brother, W. H. Lee, prin
cipal of the Barstow public schools.
E. D. Thomas and. wife, of Mona
hans, are spending the week in Bar
stow. J. P. Roberts has sold his residence
in the town and will leave in a few
days for Carlsbad, N. M., where he "will
reside in future.
The Barstow Irrigation company now
has five regular water masters and
they are kept busy delivering water to
E. J. Brady has been conducting a
Spanish school here for the past two
months, with an attendance of about
J. S. Brooks, an attorney of Okla
homa City, spent a week here looking
over the valley.
The Riggs Land and Irrigation syn
dicate has In another big auto and they
are kept busy hauling prospectors out
to their irrigated land near Barstow.
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