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EL PASO HERALD
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ern Pacific and allied, lines that the
firemen and engineers would strike. Fay
insisted" that the outlook for peace was
bright. It is reported here that in case
the firemen strike, the engineers will
man the engines.
Xe Xcws at Fori "Worth..
Fort Worth, Tex., March 15. Neither
the members of the firemen's union nor
the railroad officials here have been no
tified that a strike has been declared so
far. although the firemen expect to re
ceive orders o walk ont at any hour, in
accordance with" president Clark's an
nouncement yesterday that a strike
would be ordered within 24 hours. All
iines entering here will he involved.
LOSES FOOT HOLD AXD
SLIDES DOWX MOUXTAJX
Prospector Spends ZVijrht in Open Be
fore Kelp Is Secured Xews Notes
' From TkIrtokh.
Tularosa, N. L, Marcn 15. Carl Neff,
Trho recently came here from Germany,
was prospecting over the Sacramento
mountains recently, when he lost his foot
hold and roiled dpwn a steep mountain.
His left leg -was injured and he was un
able to walk. He had to stay there all
night and until 10 oclock the following
day before help came.
B. W. Bayne has been appointed spe
cial agent for the West Texas Realty
Susie Davenport, who has been dan
gerously ill, is able be out.
The your.g men of the community will
ive a St. Patrick's ball Thursday night.
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Mr- and Mrs. B. W. Bayne and B. W.
Bayne, jr., and Mrs. Mary Lynn are
planning a pleasure trip to the moun
tains. T'll Bourne made a trip to Alamo
gordo. jiissses Hattie and Emma Hunter made
a snort visit to Alamogordo.
Frank Hllburn ip visiting old friends
here from the Hondo.
Mrs. Irby Fairless, who has been
seriously 111 for some 4ime, is reported
A COW IN AN EL PASO
HOSPITAL FOR WOUND
But Cow Is a Man's Name and the Man
Id a Cklaa Boy, Who Got
Tee Cow, Chinaman, mace a mistake
Saturday night. He put his hand to
a hip pocket. Iow he lies up at Provi
dence hospital with a fractured leg
It happened just below Washington
park. Immigration officers Heifrin,
Morse, Young and Greggerson were in
liiding when Cow and a friend came
along. "Who you?" asked Cow and
he was told, "United States officers.'
Then Jee is said to have made his
break. One of the officers fired ana
winged Cow "just above the fetlock."
The other China boy was captured.
It is certain, immigration officers
say, that Cow's friend is a contraband
man of the east. But they are not so
sure about Cow himself, who speaks
English like a soda fountain.
MADE AT SIERRA BLANCA
Sierra Blanca, Tex., March 15. Mrs.
Bettic Brown is having an annex built
to her boarding house and will occupy
it while the carpenters are adding a sec
ond story to .the old building, which
she now occupies.
Little Charley Freeman Tvho has been
dangerously ill with ityphold fever the
past three anonths, is recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Scalfe visited
relatives at La Valley.
Pat Dolan is in from his ranch at the
Lanier brothers were here purchasing
supplies for their ranch.
Foot Boykin is here from his ranch
north of Sierra Blanca.
Rowdy Love, from. New Mexico, is in
The Brown News company has given
its restaurant kitchen at this place a
coat of 'paint.
will satisfy the tastes
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Y. M. 0. A. TO PUT
ON BIG- CIRCUS
Dingaling Is tlie Name, and
the Show Ground is
Dingaling It's coming! Why Dingal
ing is a circus of course, just like
Ringaling no, Ringling.
When you see a young -man with a
broad smile, and a little brass bell tied
by means of a red ribbon to his coat
lapel ask him what's the why. He will
tell you that he is boosting for the Dinga
aing's circus, and that if you don't go
you're no true sport.
The young men of the Y. M. C. A.
athletic department, who are promoting
Dingaling's circus, are going to do it all
themselves with few exceptions. It will
be held in the gyaanasium of ihe as
sociation building. .'Already real circus
seats have been constructed, used now
for the basketball games, but only in
One of the few exceptions to the all
T. M. C. A. caste of the circus is corner
policeman Walter "Williams. Xow, officer
Willia-ms used to be a real, sure enough
circus man, specializing for years in Che i
big tent shows at contortionism. Since j
Williams likes to "limber up" once more.
and since, too, he likes vounsr men and '
their foolishness, he has consented to
show' at "the two performances of the
"big show," April 15 and 16.
Fort Bayard, N. 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 tha dairy barn, with instalation
of fire plug, will be received until 11
a. m., April 12, 1S10, and then opened.
Information furnished on application.
The TJ. S. reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all proposals or any
part "thereof. Envelopes mntainimr
proposals should be marked, "Proposals
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for extension of Water Main." and ad
dressed to Capt. S. P. Vestal, Construct
TO SPEAK AT THE Y. M. C. A.
Fred S. Goodman, of New York, to Give
Illustrated Lecture on Bible Study
To Address Men.
Fred S. Goodman, international secre
tary of the Y. M. C A., with headquar
ters at New York city, is a guest of the
El Paso association. He has arrived
here to speak at a number of men's
gatherings this week.
At a conference Friday evening Mr.
Goodman will speak on Bible study, his
talk to be illustrated with lantern pic
tures. The meeting is called for 8
oclock. Teachers of boys' and mien's clas
ses and Sunday school teachers are
especially Invited to a conference Sat-urdaj'-
"afternoon at 4 oclock.
Mr. Goodman will give a special talk
ito men Sunday afternoon. All the -meetings
will be held at the Y. M. C. A.
building. There will be no admission
charged, and the doors will be open to
BAND CONCERT MAY
BE GIVEN SUNDAY
Band concerts may begin in Carnegie
square next Sunday. Alderman Blumen
thal is arranging for a conference of
the council to consider the -matter and
it may be possible for the El Paso
strollers to enjoy the Sunday afternoon
concerts in the public plaza, commencing
EL PASO ELKS 3IAY
PRESENT ELKS TO CITY
The El Paso Elks will tonight take
up the matter of buying a buck and doe
elk from the city of San Antonio as a
present for the El Paso zoo. It is un
derstood that the elk in Brackenridge
park at San Antonio have "multiplied so
fast that the city is willing to dispose of
a few pairs.
BRITISH DIVINE TO
SPEAK AGAIN HERE SUNDAY
Rev. Miles Hanson, a sojourner from
Manchester, England, will preach aerain
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ounaay ne will address the Congrega
tional mission society at the Y. M. C. A.
huilding. Mr. Hanson has been arfced to
fill the Westminster pulpit until a sup
ply niav be had, which may mean an
other Sunday's occuDation of the Prps-
of all persons who love
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stroyed Work Starts on
Bis Springs, Tex., March 15. Thlr
teen automobiles, including two white j
steamers, were a total loss in the Ab-
ney garage, 'a lie lire started in ine cernjn& the respective rights of cattle
office presumably from a cigar or a j men and sheepmen to the public range
cigaret stump. All supplies to tna ever tried in the west is being heard
' - i at Portales before judge William H.
amount of $12,000 were a loss, except Pope; judse of the Fifth judicial dis-
one 300 gallon underground tank. From trict and chief justice of the supreme
the explosion of the gasoline in
1 huilding and in the several 'auros a
! portion of both'sides of the brick build
! ing was forced out several inches.
j The loss and damage to the buwding
j whl be about $40,000.
Ground has been broken ..or t.ie
new passenger station. This, building
j will be located immediately east bf the
Y. M. C. A. building on a portion ot
the grouyds where the railway eating
haus" was destroyed by fire 'several
ir.'nths aero. It is estimated that uio
j building will cost $75,000 and that it
will be one of the nicest stations be
tween El Paso and New Orleans.
First street and Main street will
make this depot accessable to all por-
I tions of the city. Only recently the
Texas & Pacific comDleted new shoos at
a cost of over 300,000 and securea an I
inexhaustible water supply at a coot
of over 1100,000.'
W. F. Wright, who has been the
railway company's storekeeper here the
past four years, has resigned and has
accepted a position with same com
pany at Texarkana.
J. J. Cole has sold his artesian well
machinery and interest to Messrs.
"tfliite and Suttlemyer, of Toyah. As
the drill was last working in a blue
shale, showing good indications of oil
or gas, work on the well will be con-
tinued until either good water, gas or
oil has been found.
A number of Big Springs citizens are
investing in lands In "The Toyah oil
VAN HORN MEN ATTEND
Mnle Falls Into 100 Foot Well and is
Killed Chansre- Made in Drug Store
Bible Class to Give Social.
Van Horn, Tex., March 15. Several
Van Horn citizens are attending the
stockmen's convention at Fort Worth.
H. W. Gillis and wife, R. Durrlll, Ned
Bounds, . C C. Cummins and J. M.
Daugherty are among those from Vgn
Horn at the convention.
D. Taylor lost one of his fine mules
In an unusual manner. On his Green
river ranch he had just completed
drilling in the bottom of a dug well
which was 100 feet deep and was using
his team filling up the du? portion
around the casing. One of the mules
fell in and lodged not far from the
top. The driver tied a rope to thj
mule's tail and tried to pull him .-ut
with the mule that was left on top,
when the tail hold gave way and down
went the mule to the bottom of the
Mr. Ruso, from ' Toyah, Texas, has
purchased a one-half interest in the
MaGee drug company and expects to
move his family here soon, and will
occupy the Baptist parsonage which is
Dave Brown, who has bjen rn the
Sowell ranch for several montn is in
town for several weeks.
Mr. Leavell, who went to Mineral
Wells to take treatment for rheuma
tism is reported to be better.
W. P. Hurt and one of hi; well
drillers have gone to the Figure Two
outfit, where a well is being put down.
D. H. Snyder and Charles Mann, who
were up from Colorado City atter
spending several days here and on the
ranch, have returned to their home.
Emmett Davis, wife and baby, came
overland from Fort Davis, to visit her
mother, Mrs. Grubbs and sister, Mrs.
W. P. Geaslin.
The Van Horn Bible class is to have
a social at the residence of Mrs. R. L.
Hall March 25.
O. Z. Finley was- a, visitor to Van
Horn, making only a short stay, as
he -left for the Jefferies ranch north
COLORADO PEOPLE ATTEND
THE TEXAS STOCK SHOW.
STveetwater Home Talent Present Play
let at Colorado NeTrs Notes and
Colorado, Texas, March 15. Charles
Ware, Fred E. McKenzie, Brooks Bell,
A. M. Mitchell, B. S. Van Tuyl, Lay
Powell and -wife, J. S. Johnson and
John Lane are at Fort Worth attend
ing the T-exas stock show and cattle
Irs. J. W. Person and daughteT .les
sie, Mrs. McDonald and Miss McDon
ald, of St. Louis, have departed for a
visit to Eugene Payne, In Garza county.
"Amortg the Breakers" was presented
by Sweetwater home talent at the Colo
rado opera house for the benefit of tne
Mrs. W. P. Ruddlck Is visiting J.er
daughter, Mrs. H. G. Towle, at Snyder,
Miss Fannie Miller is visiting in
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Mrs. J. S. Johnson and Mrs. John
Lowe are visiting friends in the city.
T. A. Hubbard, of Sweetwater, is vis
iting G. L. Wallace out on his Belie
Judge and Miss Looney entertaineJ
at bridge in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Vic
CATTLE ARE AWAITING
ENTRY AT NACO. ARIZ.
Naco, Ariz., Marcn 15. The E. P. &
S. W. railroad pay car Is now -making
its tour over the wrstern division.
A number of cattle are being held on
the Sonora, Mexico side of the interna
tional line awaiting the arrival of Dr.
Young, United States cattle inspector!
It- M. Thompson. Greene Cattle com
pany.and B. A. Packard, are said to
have cattle for delivery.
John Pyeatt has gone to Tempe, Ariz.,
for the Packard Cattle company, of
which his brother. Ben Pyeatt, is range
foreman, In Sonora Mexico
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Mexico Supreme Court, to
Decide an Important Ques
tion of Range Bights.
Roswell, X. M.. March 15. One of the
most important injunction suits con-
i court ot .New Jiesico. lawyers con
nected with the case have been able to
find no precedent on the particular
point involved in this case.
C. W. Merchant & Sons, wealthy cat-
4aTt 7rkn1(M( OTirl imi lenre ltOp" i'
j southeastern New Mexico. western
Texas and Arizona, have a large ranch
In Eddy county, known as the San
c-mon rnneh. coverinir about 325 souare
j miles. They and their predecessors in
j title to this range have had possession
j of it and use as a cow ranch for
J about 25 years, and have expended on
it in developing water, building ranch
houses, corrals, gasoline machinery and
engines, -'iron pipes, many miles long
for siphoning water to different parts
of the ranch more than $50,0Q0.
', Invnded by Sheepmen.
1 Several months ago cowmen threat
ened to move their cattle In up"on the
San Simon range, and were enjoined
from so doing by Merchant Sz. Sons. Al
ston Brothers, big sheepmen, moved
In upon the range about 30,000 head of
sheep and It is said threatened to bring
in other sheep by the thousands.
As promptly as possible C. W. Mer
chant & Sons sued out a writ of injunc
tion against the Alstons requiring them
to move their sheep off of the premises.
At the same time the court made an
j order that the Alstons show cause at
! Portales in Roosevelt county, where
the presiding judge of this district Is
j now holding court, why the temporary
J mandatory injunction against the Al-
stons, already Issued, should not be
made permanent. "
The questions are whether cattlemen
who go on the public range and de
velop it for a cattle ranch, spending
large sums of money hj sinking wells
and developing abundance of water for
their cattle and making many other ex
pensive and valuable Improvements nad
thereupon fully stocking their range
with cattle, and after taking and hold-
GBAND AESIY POST
A Furniture Company En
larges Its Quarters--St.
Patrick Ball Planned.
Tucirmcdrl, N. ST.. Marcn lo.-Or. J.
W. Long, of Tularosa, department com
mander of the territorial G. A. R., will
be here Saturday and instal the officers
of the newly organized post.
A. Rosenthal, of Las Vegas, proprietor
of the American Furniture company, of
this city, has taade arrangements for
the lease of the entire Caruthers build-
"' "" --- street, ah arenway
h - 'm be made connecting the room now
occupied by the company, and the room
formerly occupied by tne Taylor Nov
elty store. In addition to these two large
rooms a large wareuouse will be con
structed at the rear of the building.
Mrs. T. H. Sanders, entertained the
Woman's Hcane Missionary society of the
Methodist Episcopal church, south, at
her home on Center street. It was a bril
liant affair and the attendance was
On account of the burning of the skat
ing rink, the annual ball of the B. of L.
E., will be given in the east room of the
Caruthers building Thursday night.
The employes of all branches of the E.
P. & S. W., on the eastern division have
made up a purse of about $100 with
which to purchase former roadmaster
John Welch, a present. Mr. Welch, who
recently moved to El Paso, has made his
headquarters here ever since the road
was built and has many friends all
along the line.
H. L. Hamilton and children are vis
iting her sister at Clovis.
Mrs. John W. Hoban, wife of conduc
tor Hoban, who has a run on the Daw
son line, has gone to El Paso.
CENSUS SUPERVISOR NAMED
FOR INDIAN RESERVATION
Globe, Ariz., March 15. According to
a telegram received from delegate Ralph
Cameron, the latter has recommended
Joseph F. Finch, of Globe, for appoint
ment as census supervisor to take charge
of the taking of the census of the Indian
reservation In Arizona. Several days
ago, Roy H. Davidson reee'lved a tele
gram from Mr. Cameron asking him if
he wou-ld accept the position, but the
The exact duties of Mr. Finch are not
known and F. F. Towle, supervisor of
the census for Arizona, is at a loss to
understand the meaning of the telegram
from Cameron as he has not been in
formed as to any change in the program
for taking the indian census.
Acting under instructions from ithe
director of the census Mr. Towle has
been busy arranging for the appoint
ment of special agents to take the reser
vation Indians and his list of recom
mendations Is ready for forwarding to
the census bureau.
Mr. Finch, who is a prominent young
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KepuDiican oi uiooe, is at present en
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collecting the county school tax.
PEOPLE COMING AND
GOING AT MARFA, TEN.
Marfa, Tex., March 15 Frank Rus
sell, tax assessor of Presidio countv
is here from Shatter. '
Walter Davis, of Past City. Tex. is
In Marfa. the guesr of C. O. Thomas
He is looking for a location for a ranch
Judge W. W. Bogel came In from El
Paso accompanied by his daughtter, Mrs
Harry Hubbard, who came home from
DcUsadero, El Salvador, Central Amer
ica, for a visit. She win remain all
George Lawvein, of St. Louis, is in
Oliver Billingsley and Sam Arendell
made an auto trip to Alpine.
Mb. Charles Crosson hns returned
front a visit to friends in El Paso.
Mivs. J. 1- Harvey is home from Sierra
A. 'J. Davis is here from San Antonio.
Albert Houtman is here from New
i ing exclusive possession for many
ears, and whether, under such circum
stances, sheepmen can drive their
I sheep in upon such cattle range and
take possession on equal terms with
the original cattle proprietor.
This the Alstans claim they can do
and are undertaking to do; and this C.
W. Merchant - Sons are seeking io pre-
i vent the Alstons from doing by this
Many Cnttle on Range.
The plaintiffs have 10,000 cattle on
this range, which is Ideated In the
Among the contentions of the plaintiffs
are that sheep drive cattle from the
range. Inasmuch as cattle neither graze
on or water where sheep range; that
where seep pasture they consume the
entire crop of grass and do permanent
Injury to the land itself, by destroying
the roots of the grasses, and poison
ing the land. It is also contended that
taking large bands of sheep upon any
range would be to take the same into I received for the Irrigation power house.
the exclusive possession of sheep own- I The excavation for the engines is al
ers, the reason that the habits of sheep I ready completed and work on the con-
in grazing and traveling are such that
cattle and horses cannot remain or
graze upon the same range and that
sheep trod out the grass roots, keep
the grass close to the ground, and that
as they are closely herded in bands of
about 2500 head, attended by herders
and dogs, cattle and horses are com
peled to abandon the range.
The result of this case will be
watched with deep concern by thous
ands and it Is freely predicted that
the case will most likely be fought out
through all the courts.
Claim Prior Right.
The plaintiffs in seeking to obtain
the permanent Injunction claim prior
right and have complied with all ofyf
possessory requirements of the statutes
of New Mexico.
It is the, contention of some lawyers
that under the New Mexico statute
cowmen who take possession of, the
public range and develop and stock it
with cattle and secure sufficient water
are declared to be the paramount pos
sessors thereof, expept as to the rights
of homesteader, desert land claim
ants, mineral claimants and squatters
who locate in good faith.
There are many legal points and tech
nicalities of the law to be settled in
the disposition of this case. This Is
possibly the most important civil suit
and of more general interest In the
western range country than any liti
gation that has come to the attention
of the courts for 50 years.
IN" DEVIL'S BIVEB
"White Man Has Harrow Es
cape Mexican Wounded
at Del Rio.
Del Rio, Tex., March 15. An aged
negro, known only as Ned, lost his life
in Devil's river, and Eli Ing, a white
man, narrowly escaped drowning, when
the boat they were in capsized.
The two were out fishing in a boat
that leaked to some extent, and before
they were asware they were floudering
in the water. In his efforts to save him
self, the negro came dangerously near
taking his companion to the bottom
The accident occurred about 24 -miles
north of Del Rio on the ranch of sen- !
ator Skinner, of San Antonio, who re
cently purchased the place. The men
were employes of Mr. Skinner,, the ne
gro being an old family servant.
Federal court, which was to have con
vened here March 2J, has been postpon
ed until March 2S. This action was found
necessary on account of pressing busi
Basillso Ramerlz, under indictment by
the federal grand jury, on the charge of
violating the neutrality laws, in con
nection with tthe troubles at Las Vacas
In 1908,-was shot twice during an af
fair that occurred in the Mexican quar
ter of the town, and is seriously wound
ed. Juan Morin gave himself up to the
FAVOR HIGH SCHOOL
FOR GILA COUNTY
School Districts Farthest From Globe
Petition Superintendent for Ad
Globe, Ariz., March 15. Although it
had been predicted that the outside
school districts in Gila county would
bo unanimously opposed to the county
high school project planned by the
Globe chamber of commerce, replies
have been received from nine districts,
to the letters sent out by county super
intendent W. O. Kellner, the replies
coming in the nature of petitions for
the erection of a county high sclTool.
Not one unfavorable reply has been re
ceived. The petitions came from the follow
ing districts: Copper mikj. Black War
rior, Livingston, P?y'nnt Valley, J
Radium, Tonto, Rim Rock, O'Rourke I
(Roosevelt) and Gisela.
The largest petitions came from the j
districts which are farthest north in J
the county, showing that those who live (
at the greatest distance from Globi
favor tho project.
REVIVAL SERVICES TO
BE HELD AT MARFA
Marfa, Tex., March 15. Percy Cross,
the Christian evangelist, will begin a
meeting at the Christian church here,
March 23. N
Mr. Carlton and familj, of Fort Davis,
came over in their auto and spent the j
day visiting friends. nev. B. W. Al- ,
len returned with them.
Mrs. Antoinette Colouitt. w.ho has
visiting relatives for the past I
mouth, has returned to her home in La j
Miss Laura Wilcox has returned from
a visit to Atlantic City.
"Caseareta are certainly fine. I gave a friend
one when the doctor was treating him for cancer
of the stomach. The next morning he passed
four pieces of a tape worm. He then got a box
and In three days he passed a tape-vrorm 45 feet
lon. It was Mr. Matt Freck. of Millersburg,
Dauphin Co., Pa. I am qnite a worker for Casca
rets. I use them myselfand find them beneficial
for .most any disease caused by impure blood."
Cbas. H. Condon, Lewiston, Pa., (Mifflin Co.)
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I PORTALES TRIAL
ENDS IN ACQUITAI
Comments on Verdict Made
in Churches New Build
ings Goino- Up.
Portales, N. M., March 15. The March
term of the fifth district court con
vened, with chief justice judge Wm. H.
Pope presiding; L. O. Fullen, district
attorney; S. I. Roberts, clerk; A. I.
Hull, court stenographer; and Miss
Erma C. Brockelman, stenographer for
the grand jury.
The grand jury did Its work quickly,
finding eight true bills.
Ed. Harwell of La Lande, charged.
j Wlth the murder of C- A- Peck- at
Lande last April, was acquitted. Feel
ing at the verdict ran so high as to call
forth expressions from local pulpits,
heightened somewhat by the saloon and
prohibition question, which is still
somewhat agitated for the coming elec
tion. Big shippings of machinery are being
crete foundation has begun. S. J.
J Mathews, the contractor, has a steam
j power hoist at work and a big concrete
The firm of Joyce, Pruitt & Co. has
obtained six lots next to the Arkansas
store and will build a 100-feet front
brick building-for a general store. R.
M. Sanders will build on the two ad
jacent lots and this will complete the
block from tha Arkansas store to the
Mr. Starkweather, general superin
tendent of the Eastern railway of New
Mexico, was hero to confer with the en
gineers of the Western Construction
company, about the building of a
switch for the power house and work
on thi3 will commence soon.
The Roosevelt county teachers' asso
ciation is called to meet at Portales,
April 26-27, by order of territorial
superintendent J. E. Clark.
The weather is exceptionally fine no
wands, no frost and crops and fruit
are in good condition.
The World's Best Table Water'
ALL POINTS ON
National R"ys, of Mexico
ACCOUNT SEMANA SANTA
One and one-third fares for the round trip. TICK
ETS on sale March 19th to March 26th, inclusive,
Tvith final return limit April 6th. 3tfo stopover priv
ileges. Tickets on sale UlSIOST STATION or CUTY
TICKET OFFICE, Postal Telegraph building. For
further information, call on or address,
City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.
Instantly Relieves and
Catarrhal Sore Tliroat
Do not neglect Catarrhal sore throat. It will
get better of itself. Unless treated in timn
comes chronic, leads to loss of voice, foul breath
and serious complications.
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Kondon's (in sanitary tubes) gives quick r
iief. Snaffa bit of this aromatic, soothing
healing Jelly well into the nasal passages.
Take a small portion Internally, leaving in
ine tnroat as lone as
throat well with the Jelly you'll find almos
instant relief. (Vf - v?" m-ztr- .-,Ua. .-.,.. c
your druggist or send penny
for free sample-
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Little Girl at Bisbee Over
" turns Stove Dress
Bisbee, Ariz., March 15. In running
after her cat', a little girl upset an oil
stove at the house of Jim Brown. Her
dress caught fire immediately and she
would have burned to death If Mrs,
Brown had not come to her rescue by
wrapping her In a thick blanket, which
extinguished the flames.
While entertaining two friends, a
well known mining man surprised a
tramp under a sofa. The hobo con
fessed, that he entered the house to
steal, but being disturbed by the com
ing of people had hidden himself under
that piece of furniture where he had
remained for over three hours in vain
awaiting a chance to escape. He was
given something to eat and was sent his
way, after promisingthat he would go
to work and change his life.
A woman who gave her name as Myra
Keegan has been arrested and taken to
the county jail at Tombstone- Accord
ing to deputy marshal White, who
locked her up, she is charged with
smuggling goods into this country.
MONTEREY NEWS NOTES.
Monterey, N. M., March 15. F. V. Hil
burn is here from. Hondo, K. M-, visit
ing relatives and friends. Mr. Ellbtira
reports fine weather and prospects of a
good season over in the mountains. He
owns the old Hiede farm and seems very
much pleased with it-
31?. and Mrs. L. E. Lumbley and Mr.
Hilburn visited with D. H. Hism and
Miss Hattie and Emma Hunter have
returned from a pleasant visit with rel
atives in Alamogordo.
Miss Midge Bourne is reported on the
Tho dancing committee will give a
dance at the Wilson Hall March. 17.
EL PASO. TEXAS
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spect aad thoroughly
equipped to handle
the most severe
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the famous Pina
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ry top of the highest pclnt
Jnst4i- miles item Atlanta.
all direction. Each and
Its own Irdlvldual needs.
rases from July 10,1503 to 1
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