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EL PASO H
Saturday, March 12, 1910.
Many consumptives and persons suffering from lung trouble, -who had given up all hope of ever being well again,
have been and are being, today restored to health and happiness by the wonderful discovery of Judd O. Lloyd, the
eminent scientist who discovered a marvelous preparation for the successful treatment of consumption and lung
troubles, known as AICSOL (LLOYD,) and for this discovery was, on Dec. 15th, 1908, awarded a diploma of merit
by the London Society of Science, Letters and Arts of London, England, in recognition of his valuable services to
mankind in discovering AICSOL (LLOYD.)
J. A. Ward. M. B. Willing ' A Pbysician
To Hake Oath
Had you opent $3,080,80 in adrer
tUinc; your remedy to the people
tor the benefit of consumption and
all the chronic lnng tronbles. In
stead of distributing it amonffpny-el'-ians
rlio put samples in out-of-the-way
places and perhaps never
th'nk o them again, you -vrouid
now. in all probability, have a pay
ing trade, -while many poor victims
of tho White Plairue that are now
la their craves -would be well and
attending to business.
I believe you have one of tho best
remedies ever offered to the people.
I bellevo it to bo a general recon
strnctor of tissue and Indicated ia
all cases where a reconstructpr is
called for. I ha"e used JLicsol
(Lloyd) for nearly five years, and
tnow what I am talking about.
Onco tho remedy becomes gen
erally known there will be but
littlo trouble disposing of it.
You can use my name in anyway
tou see fit in advertising, as I
have said nothing in regard to the
matter to which I will not be will
ing to make oath, where such course
J. A. WARD, 31. D.
Troy. JIo., July 22, 1303.
These are only four of hundreds of slmilarletters we have received from leading: rhysiclans and hundreds oi ! grateful patients.
Bo euro are we that AICSOL (Lloyd) Is a successful troatment for consumption and lung troubles, and chronic Bronchitis,
and thS&sustTlrmteeinsbene&6la.l effects inside of 15 days, we will eladly send a full month's treatment to any sufferer
who will sehd us Sel?name and address. Take the treatment 15 days accordine to directions. Bhould the results be snehas tp
voncerteinacontlnnance of AICSOL (Lloyd) will cure you, you are to remit U3 $5 for same and continue tho treatment.
S after tatJnethe treatment for 15 I days, you are not satisfied with the results, no charge will be made for that which you have used.
"'a Yo,T tele ab?otate& no riskSStever. AICSOL (Lloyd) must be entirely satisfactory to you before you pay us one cent.
The burden! the proof 5 entirely on us. What AICSOL (Lloyd) has done for others it should do for you. Send your name and
address today to KJESTORALL CHEMICAL CO, 633 Lloyd Building. St. Lools, Mo,
Morgan, Gnest ef Princess.
Rome, Italy, March 12. J. P. Morgan,
after spending a busy day viewing
works of art, attending to correspond
ence aniLJecelvlng visitors,
. , 7 .. j. : m,. -nrlm
guest last hibul ui. i , . . ""T ,
neia 2. reception m m uvn.
civwi a special card of admission to the
Borgia apartment in the Vatican at a,
time when tourists were "not admitted-
Two 3 pound cans standard yellow
tree peaches, 25 cents. Jackson's.
XO Jiy rienu:, .u rduu. ,
T hav this dav severed my relations 1
with the IToblnsom market. I wish to
thank you one and all. Respectfully,
A. 31. Robiasou.
Dr. Ccmcreti, Dentist, tor reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office Over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed.
As long as they ast we will sell
standard California yellow free peaches
packed in heavy syrup, at 2 cans for
25 cents, 1.40 a dozen cans. This Is
an extra special and it would be well
to lay in a year's supply, for you will
never be able to buy at such prices
Jackton'M Sanitary Grocery.
For Goodness Sake, eat, at the Ange;
Dr. WITH li- Smith, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201 201, Caple's building-
Scac Wash., March 12. A wireless
messSe from the United States revenue
cuttr Tahoma tells of the rescue of the
bop.' crew that set out six weeks ago
to,;eek aid for the survivors of the
ecked steamer Farallon.
Globe Mills Graham Flour, also Whole
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the roils.
'Nuff Se&. Try a sack. At all grocers.
Yard Eggs, H5 Cents Dozen.
We get fresh, yard eggs every morn
ing and -sell for only 35 cents a dozen.
Jsckkea'.i Sanitary Grocery.
Special, ladles purses, snopping nags.
El Paso -Trunk factory, north sidi plaza.
?1.40 a dozen for 3 pound cans stand
ard yellow pealed peaches, packed in
heavy syrup. Jackson's.
T"or GgoiIbcss Sake, eat at the Ange
Sunday Dinner Toe.
, OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTERMAS
TER, Department of Texas, San An
tonio. Texas, March 12, 1910. Sealed
proposals in triplicate for furnish
ing Fuel, Mineral Oil, Smithing Coal,
Charcoal, and for Three Month's
Supply of Forage and Bedding Kay or
Straw, required during fiscal year end
ing June 30, 1911, at Forts Bliss, Clark,
Mcintosh, and Sam Houston, Texas
Fort Logan H- Roots, Ark., and Fort
SP1, Oklahoma, will be received until 11
oclock a. m., April 12, 1910. and then
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
No woman "wio oears coHdren need suffer during the period
of waiting, nor at the time of "baoy's coming, if Mother's
Friend is used as amascage for the muscles, tendons and glands
of the hedy. Mother's Friend is a penetrating, healthful lini
ment which strengthens the ligaments, lubricates and renders pliant those
muscles on which the strain is greatest, prevents caking of the "breasts "by keep
ing the ducts open, and relieves nausea, "backache, numbness, nervousness, etc.
Its regular use will prepare every portion of the system for the safety of both
mother and child and greatly reduce the pain and danger when the little one
comes. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free "book, which
contains valuable information for cspectant mothers. t
THE BR&BflELB GQB5 ATLANTA, GA
An Old Line Life Insurance Company with over
twenty million of assets and considerable volume of
business in the state has an opening for a District
Greneral Ageacy for several counties in this terri
tory, with arrangement direct from the Home Office.
A rare opportunity to build up an agency and a
splendid renewal income. Liberal first year com
pensation. Solicitors who have personally produced
a reasonable amount of business preferred. Address
P. 364, care The Herald.
Jndgc Sidencr Saved from
Gentlemen: I have given Alcsol
(Lloyd) a thorough trial for tuber
culosis, which I contracted some
lour years ago after a severe attack
I spent a large amount of money
July my physician decided that my
"ify wife was down with Coa
sumptlon, when I ordered a bottle
of Alcsol (Lloyd). She. was very
T.eak from night sweats, cough,
and in a isverish condition. I
noticed a change for the better after
ten days' treatment, and from that
time on up to three months, when
the cure was completed. Alcsol
(Lloyd) kills tho Tubercle Bacillus
in the blood and tissue, and it is the
only remedy so far discovered that
will do this. It is a-prevontative as
well as a cure. It Bhould be used
by those who are run down, orthose
who fear the approach of Consump
tion. It can bo truthfully said that
Alcsol (Lloyd), for the cure and pre
vention of Consumption, is the most
wonderful compound of the present
age." DR. "W. H. K2TIGHT,
existence wouia ona ras.ae 01 two
months. I had lost my voice entirely
and was unable to get -out of bed
-without assistance: in fact, I was
irffihlnfr for tho end to
idly as possible. On the
July of last year, I started on tno
first bottle, taking it every
hours per dov.and living out
in a tent at the same time.
end of the first week my appetite,
which I had lost, began to get good,
and in two weeks I was eating five
times a day. 1 have taken several
bottles in tho past three months
and havo gained 16 pounds.and think
without a doubt, that Alcsol (Lloyd)
has saved my life.
I cheerfully recommend it to any
one who is suffering from Tubercu
losis, belicvlngit is the only medi
cine that will effect a cure.
You have my concent to use this
letter or myself as reference at any
time you may see fit.
GEORGE B. SIbENER.
Pormerly Judge in St. Louis Court.
opened. Proposals will be received at
the same time by (Quartermasters at
each post named for furnishing said
supplies required for that post only.
Deliveries to commence July 1, 1910.
Tj. S. reserves -the right to reject or ac-
r.or nni- nr nil hMc nr nv rr?rf fhomnf !
Information and blank proposals fur- Alfred L- Sharpe, Collector of Cus
nlshed on application here or to Quar- ' toms.
termasters at various posts. Envelopes'
. fnniiTiin nrnnnsals ;!i"mlH Yie mstrlforl 1
-"-"-. o --i-w -..-. - - ,
X"i OiUitli iUI V'""
dicating class of supplies, etc. bid I
etc, bid j
dressed to respective Post Quartermas- :
ters, or o Col. Jno. L. Clem, C. Q. M.
Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases of !
stomach and intestines. Trust 31dg. j
Dr. Starker, 318-319 Caples Bldg., (
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
You've never eaten good butter if
you have not had Sedgwick creamery
C. L. riIHngtom. 705 Magoffin. TSL 14S3
painting, paper-hanging, decorating.
Crab Meat, 40 Cents a Can.
This is a delicacy that, is very popu
lar in the east and as it becomes better
known In El Paso is meeting with a J
larger demand. Of course, being some-
thing rare we have it, and only 40 cents
Jackson' Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Carpenter, orrlce zX the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
United States Custom House, Postof-
-irce-and Courthouse, El Paso, Texas.
Office of Custodian. March 12, 1910.
Sealed proposals will be received, at
this building watil 2 oolock p. m.,
March 22nd, 1910. for furnishing fuel,
lights, water5 ice, miscellaneous sup
plies, washing towels, hauling ashes,
and sprinkling streets for this building
during the fiscal year ending June St).
1911, or such portion of the year as
may be deemed advisable. The right
to reject any and all bids is reserved
b3r the treasury department. Alfred L.
Fort Bayard, X. M., March 11, 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate, for com
plete construction of extension of post
water main from end of main near hay
barn to the dairy barn, with instalation
of fire plug, will be received until 11
a. m., April 12, 1910, and then opened.
Information furnished on application.
The U. S. Teserves tiie right to accept
or reject any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked, "Proposals
for extension of Water Main," and ad
dressed to Capt. S. P. Vestal, Construct
Order Ripe Olives.
With "your next grocery order include
a pint of those nice ripe olives we have.
They aro very healthful and a good
spring medicine, 35 cents a pint.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phontf 353. J
Only Fresh Shrimp.
About the only fresh shrimp to be
had in El Paso -is at Jackson's. This
house will not send any other kind to
their customers and they charge only
25 centa a pint.
MONITION: Notice is hereby given
that there has been seized in this col-
J-Cvi M i
Physician Tells How
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to show that I have used
AICSOL (Llovd), a medicine mado
and sold by'RESTORALL CHEM
ICAL CO., of St. Louis, Mo., on one
case of pulmonary consumption, on
a lady in Kentucky, who was 47 years
of sg and she recovered, and is
now well and performing her ordin
ary duties and householdiwork as
of yore; is a gratified and sound -woman.
The above case wa3 far advanced
in the second stage; night sweats,
daily chills, hectic flush, and in the
stage of menopause, which is one
of the most critical periods in wo
man's life. .
I believe it will cure nine out of
ten cases for which it is made,
thereby saving and prolonging life,
bringing health, happiness and sav
ing immense suffering, and in the
come as rao-
20th day of
fttiii millions of money. I heartily
recommend AICSOL (Lloyd) to all
interested and suffering with any
form of consumption, and givo per
mission to use my name in placing
AICSOL (Lloyd beforo the puolio.
G. W. HOLT. M D.
McLeansboro, 111., Jan. 8, 1933.
Cection district, for violation of the
customs laws, 'one gray horse with
Mexican brands, which will be soM in
front of the custom house at 30 oclock
a, m., March 19. 1910 Anyone s.laim
ing the same is required to appear
within the time prescribed by law.
El Paso Ico and Refrigerator Co
JLO XUC iTUUllC.
The El Paso Ice and Refrigerator
company notifies the public that it has
leased its plant to Messrs. v. .. iMuz
and G. C. Smith for a term of years. In
retiring from business that brought It
in contact with so many residents of
this city, it returns sincere thanks for
the kind and generous patronage it has
received, and commends the lessees as
Just and correct business men whoare
prompt and fair dealing ana will merit
a full share of the patronage of the
EI Paso Ice and Refrigerator Company.
By A. Courchcsne, President.
Having leased the entire plant of the
El Paso Ice and Refrigerator company
for a term of years, we kindly ask the
public for a fair share of patronage,
and will do our best -to merit the same
by close attention to their wants and
by the character of service we Intend to
give In furnishing both ice and dis-
IV. W. Fink.
G. C. Smith, Lessee.
Call Independent Messenger for quick
service. Bell 326; Auto 22S5.
Xerr Spring Vegetables.
Most every kind of garden vegetable
f in now coming into this market and we
have all there is to be had. kept in
glass refrigerator cases so that flies,
dust, dirt and microbes can not get
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Grebe cleans clothes, 418 N. Oregon.
Sunflower Eggs 30 Cents Dozen.
Sunflower eggs are known by hun
dreds of El vPaso people to be always
fresh. Never a bad ess- 30 cents a
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phoua 353. '
DEATHS AND BU&IALS.
MRS. A3IAXDA WXIiSOX.
Mrs. Amanda Henrietta "Wilson, aged
75 years, died today at the residence of i
her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Schoonmaker,
821 Boulevard. Mrs. Wilson and her
husband, who is nine years her senior,
had been visiting their daughter. Th
deceased had been ill but a short time.
The body Is held by M.cBean, Simmons
& Carr, pending the arrival of a son
who will accompany the aged widower
and the body to the home in Langford,
JOSEPH II. FRITCH.
Joseph K. Fnitch, connected with a
large steel firm at Newark, X. J., died
In this city Friday. He was 33 years of
age. A brother, E. A. Fritch, Is ex
pected to arrivo soon.
Daniel Hayden, 22 years of age, died
dn Altura Park yesterday. The body
will be shipped to Timpson, Tex., by
McBean, Simmons & Carr. A mother
and sister will accompany.
Caroline Fowzer, 1 year eld daughter
of Mr., and Mrs. C. L. Fowzer, who died
at the residence, 121 Chihuahua street,
Thursday, was buried yesterday.
Charles H. Bell, of Bradford Junction,
Pa., died here yesterday. The body is
being held pending Instructions from
OREGON MEN VISIT
THE BIG DAIRY FARM
T. R. Imbrie and Dr. C. B. Brown, of
Portland, Ore., are here today on their
way home from Washington, D. C-,
where Dr. Brown was delegate from
Oregon to the good roads convention.
Both visited the El Paso Dairy farm
this afternoon as guests of postmaster
J. A. Smith.
FALLS FROM LADDER: INJURED. '
For the first time in two weeks, T. :
W. Ardoin appeared on the street today, j
Mr. Ardoin sustained an injured lejj by '
falling rfrom a stepladder at the Ardoin
market. The sprain will necessitate his j
returning ihome for another week or so. !
HELD AS SUSPECT.
Manuel Rlos is bedng held at the po
lice" station as a suspect. According to
the police, Rios is one of two' Mexicans
who were detected trying to -get Into
thu box car residence of two CHinamen
in the G. H. & S. A. yards. ,
SUIT FOR PARTITION.
In the partition suit of J. Refugio
Godines vs. Longina Garcia de GAdines,
which w.-i honrrl In the 41st dilstrict
court, the son was given lot 27 inblock
19. Bassett addition, and the ipiother
was given lot 28, block 19, Bassett ad
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P. TV. Berkshire, supervising in
spector of Immigration Is expected to
return to the city Monday. Mr. Berk
shire with his family .has been enjoying
a acation on the Pacific coast.
New York Capitalists Inter
ested in Plan to Navigate
Stern Wheelers for Pas
sengers and Freight.
Chihuahua, Mexico, March 12. Col.
Frank S. Kirkland, cf this" city, secre
tary of the Balsas Valley Navigation
and Improvement company, has com
pleted and sent to the federal depart
ment of communications in Mexico City
the maps and plans for the Improvement
and navigation of the Balsas river from
the bridge of the National railways over
that stream dewn to its mouth on the
PLUS COMPLETED TO OPEUTE FLAT
BOTTOM BOATS ON MS RIVER
DiuH'H LOfti ill IS I nlSr I I M
nmLniuilil iihnUiiHL lU yuOl
Otte P. Kroeger has been awarded the contract for the American National
bank building, to bo erected on the corner of San Antonio and Oregon street,
on the site of the present American National building. The contract price, in
clnding safety deyo.slt vault, interior furnishings and fixtures i.n 9130,000.
Work will besrla oa the bank on April 1 and tho bank will move lato the
room now occupied by the Rio Grande Valley Rank and Trust company, which
it will vacate April 1 on moving into the new bank home.
The capital Mock of the American Nations! has been increased from $200,
O00 to 5300,000 with $GC,0C0 surplus. The additional 3100,QOO has been over
subscribed at 9140 a shara and tho bank has taken more than ."O new stockhold
ers into Its organization. When the new American National hank building is
completed, it will be the finest bank home In the west and one of the most
beautiful In the country.
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Severe .DldQUer urOliDie.
The most effective and harmless way
to cure backache and regulate out-of-
order kidneys, or end bladder trouble
Is to take several doses of Pape's Diu
Tou will distinctly feel that your
kidneys and urinary organs are being
cleaned, healed and vitalized, and all
the miserable symptoms, such as back
ache, headache, nervousness, rheuma- i
tism and uarting pains, inflamed or
swollen eyelids, v irritability, sleepless
ness, or suppressed, painful or frequent
urination (especially at night) and
other distress, leaving after talking the
first few doses. i
The moment you suspect any kidney
or urinary disorder, or rheumatism, j
begin taking tills harmless preparation I
Means good health, and Hood's
Sarsaparilla has an unapproached
record as a blood-purifier.
It effects its wonderful cures, not
simply because it contains sarsaparilla
but because it combines the utmost
remedial values of more than 20 different
ingredients. There is no real substitute
for it. If urged to buy, any preparation
said to be "just as good" you may be
sure it is inferior, costs less to make,
and yields the dealer a larger profit.
Get Hood's Sarsaparilla today. In usnal liquid
form or in chocolated tablets known as Sorsataba.
TO STAST WORK ON
THE GIRLS' HOME
Dedication of the New Struc
ture to Be Made Sun
Hie dedication program for the Y. TV.
C. A. will begin witai a meeting at 3:30
Sunday in the auditorium of the Y- !M.
C. A., to which all women of the city
are invited. Miss Helen Barnes of Xew
York city, national secretary of the Y.
W. C. A.", will he the speaker. Mrs. Earl
Evans and others will sing.
Promptly at 4:30 -the company will go
to the site of the new buildinjr, corner
Missouri and Fisher streets. Here will
be held the ceremonv dedicating tine
ground to the work of the association.
There will be addresses by prominent
citizens of the cit and music led by a
cornet. To this meeting the general
public is most cordially invited-
TO CATCH TRAIN
The Military Institute1 Team
Plays Double Header
With A. & M .
The baseball ream of the El Paso
Military institute left on the Santa- Fe
this morning for Mesilla, where a double
header will be played today with the
boys of the Agricultural college. The
team is In charge of coach H. M. Woods,
Owing to an accident on the Fort Bliss
car line, on which several "members of
the team were passengers from the In
stitute, the Santa Fe train was held at
the union station five minutes.
A sprinting tuut, however, was neces
sary upon the part of the three last at-
tacnes ot tne team to catch the train.
BAXKS DECLINE TO HONOR
" OVERDRAFTS AFTER TODAY
Third and last call for overdrafts.
Mondaj- will see the end of this usage
or mlsusage of the rules of banking.
By agreement of the banks belonging
to the El Paso clearing house this cus
tom will be discontinued after today
and no more overdrafts will be honored
at the local banks. The statements of
the El Paso banks show the overdrafts
to be heavier here than any city of the
samo size in the country.
Four Chinamen were arraigned be
fore United States commissioner George
B. Oliver Friday afternoon on charges
of being illegally in the country. One
claimed nativity and his case was con
tinued. The other three were ordered
Pacific ocean, a distance of about 300
Col. Kirkland stated that all arrange
ments were made with New York capit
alists to finance the enterprise and be
gin the work of making the necessary
improvements in the river and putting a
line of boats in operation on it as soon
as the department approves the plans,
ana inai nexx lau or winter snouiu see
the first boat or boats in operation on
that stream carrying freight and passen
gers. The company named has its headquar
ters in this city. Luis Tcrrazas, jr., is the
president and Guillerjno 3aunoz, treas
urer. Flat Bottom Boats.
The company's plans mentioned were
made by Col. Kirkland, who has been
as directed, with the knowledge that
there is no other medicine, at any
price. made anywhere else in the
world, which will effect so thorough
and prompt a cure as a fifty-cent treat
ment of Pape's Diuretic, which any
druggist can supply.
Your physician, pharmacist, banker i
or any mercantile agency will tell you j
that .fape, 'rnompsou cc .fape. of Cin
cinnati, is a large and responsible med
icine concern, thoroughly worthy of
Don't be miserable or worried an-
otner moment wuu a. wme oacK or
clogged, Inactive kidneys or bladder
misery. All tnis goes aiier you start
taking Pape's Diuretic, and In a few
days you feel and know that your kld
nej's, liver and urinary system are
healthy, clean and normal, and all
Accent only Pape's Diuretic fifty
cent treatment from any drug store
anywhere in the world.
IfesTOoii ARE A.
Imm, ' HEN YOU
YOU CANNOT successfully fight the business battles
of life without money.
Have you ever said to yourself, "If I only had a
Thousand Dollars KOWV '
Start a checking account with us for convenience in
the payment of bills; a check is always the best receipt.
Start a Savings Account with us; we pay 4 interest
We also pay 4 interest on Time Deposits. Ask our
patrons how we treat them.
Make OHR bank YOUR BAKK.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.
Seven permits were issued during the
week for buildings to cost more than
$2000 each. The costliest structure for
which the Inspector issued a permit
was the Krakauer, Zork & Moye" store
building on San Francisco street. This
structure will cost $32,500.
Bids will be asked for on the new
Reckhart building on San Francisco
and Main streets, next week- Archi
tect Edward Kneezell has completed the
plans and the contractors will have ac
cess to them the first of the week. The
Reckhart building will be a triangle,
building, facing the union station. K
w 111 be of concrete and will be two
stories in height, with storerooms on
the first floor and a rooming house
on the second. The estimated cost of
the structure is given at $25,000.
Joseph L. Kopf was also granted a
permit to rebuild the Fassett & Kelly
building on San Antonio street, south
working on this enterprise for nearly
five years. The plan is to navigate the
river with flat bottomed, stern wheel
boats of 30 Inch draft, carrying 57 tons
of freight each and each boat will tow
two barges of equal draft and capable of
carrying 100 tons each. These boats
have a .speed of 12 miles per hour in still
water and Col. Kirkland says tnst they
can average six to eight miles up the
Balsas and 20 miles going down.
The plan for passing some 10 rapids
Is to put in chain cables and a steamer
will pick these up and pull itself up by
means of a steam captan In the bow.
This method Is In use in river navigation
in different parts of the world.
To pass the double rapids of San
Antonio and Infernillo, Col Kirkland's
plans provide for a level railroad, three
mile? long, for transferring freight and
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of the First National bank. This prop
erty will be improved with a. Georgia
marble front and will be completely
rebuilt on the interior. The improve
ments which are planned for the pres
ent will cost $6000, and the upper floor
will be Improved later.
Thomas R. Francis is arranging to
build an additional story to his resi
dence in the Franklin Heights addition
to cost $3500. Dr. J. D. Love is arrang
ing to build a rental cottage on his
Newman street property, which is lo
cated between Arizona an Rio Grande
streets. The cottage will have five
rooms, will be built of Atlas brick and
will cost 2000. The Turbeville Con
struction company Is building a $20
cottage for J. A. Delaney, on Magoffin
avenue. Thomas Mayfield is also hav
ing a brick residence built in "he
I Franklin Heights addition, to cost
passengers. At each end of the road will
be hoisting machinery for hoisting of
freight. The plans also provide for the
improvement of the river channel for
clearing It of boulders and sunken logs
Col. Kirkland has prepared a com
prehensive report of the wealth of. the
country in the Balsas valley.
Governor Flores, of the state of Guer
rero, has recently written a personal
letter to Mr. Terrazas. the president of
( the company here" in which the former
states that he has personally examined
j the Balsas river and is pleased to con-
J firm Col. Kirkland's report as to the
j navigability of the stream and as to the
I richness of the country thsough which
j it flows In agricultural, mineral and
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