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Monday, March 21, 1910.
Great Muscular Endurance
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will give to those who desire it, great muscular endurance, as it's a
combination of the important natural food products WHEAT,
OATS, RICE and BARLEY. The only food, of its kind upon
the market An excellent food for all ages, especially growing
children, as the essence of vitality and growth abides in natural foods.
Ask your Grocer.
Plant Will Have Capacity
of 250,000 Feet Every
24 Hours. - "
Chihuahua, Mex., March 21. "W. B.
isctrcn, u ju xCbicu u! u-.
perintendency of the great lumber en
terprise of the Madera company, limited,
at Madera, Chih., is going1 back to the
city of Durango, in the state of Du
rango, to build there a sawmill -with
a capacity of 250-,000 feet every 24
hours; also a planing mill and box fac
tory. This enterprise is to be established
by a Mexican company, headed by Ed
uard Hartnan, of DuTango. Hiram C.
Smith, managing director of the Madera
company's enterprise at Madera, is also
interested In the Durango enterprise.
Mr. Depew states that the Durango
sawmill is to be a duplicate of the
mills of "which the Madera company has
two, one of -which is in operation and
the other being prepared for opera
tion. The Iu.rango lumber enterprise
means the development of an immense
timber tract about 100 kilometers west
of that city, and to which the National
Jcallrrays of Mexico is now building
a rac'road from the city of Durango.
ROSWEIiIi TO HAVE
SEVEN STORY BUILDING.
Roswell, N. M., March 21. Roswell is
to have a new seven story skyscraper,
on the 50 loot front lot at the corner
of Main and Third streets, formerly
owned by the Masonio lodge, the old
postoffice site, and sold by the Ma
sons last year to the Joyce-Pruit Mer
cantile company for $26,555, and re
cently disposed of by them to Rev. Mr.
Allison, a nonresident. They received
$28,500 for this lot.
This skyscraper will be erected by
It makes no
long you have
suffered, what you have
tried, even if every part of
your body Is an itching, burn
Ing sore, a permanent cure awaits
The instant "Imperial Remedy" Is
applied you feel relieved. It is a
nice, clean liquid which penetrates
the pores, and purifies the diseased
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
Imperial Eczema Remedy. A full
dollar size bottle sent on receipt of
$1.00 If your druggist does not sup
IMPERIAL MEDICINE CO.,
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realize the great convenience which paying
by check affords them.
We cordially invite accounts, subject to
check, and furnish pocket check books free
Capital and Surplus $240,000.00
BIG- CATTLE SALE
. OUT AT CLIFTON
Man Falls on Hook and Is
Badly Hurt Clifton
Clifton, Ariz., March 21. Bill San
ders, the Duncan cattleman, has sold
his entire brand to J. C. Gatti, of die
Palace meat market, of Clifton. The
deal goes into five figures and is one
of the largest cattle sales made in
Graham county for ?omc time.
Dave Evans, while at work in the
1Ce plant, slippei on a ladder and in
i-vniiag his ngnr, arm caught, on a
his rlffht arm causrht. on
meat hpok and he hung several min- j
utes before being released. Tike in
jury to his arm is severe.
Jim Sorell and J. V. Hoyt now have
charge of the Gold Belt mines an-lj
mm. Jir. borell is mine foreman and
Mr. Hoyt has the general manage
ment. Miss Helen Johnson is at the Shan
non hospital undergoing an operation
for hip disease, with which she has
been troubled for the past two years.
Drs. Burtch and Fales are the attend
ing surgeons. .Miss Helen Is the oper
ator at the telephone exchange, and
has a wide acquaintance of friends.
BIG HAY BARNS BEING
BUILT AT SOLOMONVILLE.
Solomonville, Ariz., March 21. Two
large hay barns are being built on the
"Big Ranch." C. H. Conico has the con
tract to build them.
The Fortnightly club met with Mrs.
TV. A. Wilson.
Two Chinamen were arrested at Ge
ronlmo by H. H. Huffman, United
States Chinese inspector, and Lu Park
L.in, Chinese interpreter.
TORREON DECIDES TO
BUILD NEW SCHOOL.
Torreon, Mex., March 21. At a meet
ing of the committees in charge of the
program for the celebration of Mex
ico's centennial next September, lfeld
in this city, it was decided to erect
a fine new public school building in i
the 'heart of Torreon . as one of the J
main features of public improvements.
Another contribution to the memories
of the centennial year here will be
a handsome band stand erected in the
EI Paso People Should Learn to Detect
the Approach of Kidney
The symptoms of kidnejT trouble are
so unmistakable that they leave no
ground for doubt. Sick kidneys excrete
a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, full of
sediment, irregularity of passage, or at-
tended by a sensation of scalding. The
back aches constantly, headaches and
dizzy spells may occur and the victim
Is often weighed down by a feeling of
languor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there is danger of drop
sy, Bright's disease, or diabetes. Any
one of these symptoms is warning
enough to begin treating the kidneys
at once. Delay often proves fatal.
Tou can use no better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Piiis. Here's El aPso
J. T. Stapleton, lawyer, 1011 Myrtle
j Ave.. El Paso, Texas, says: "Years
ago I suffered from a severe case of
Bright's disease. My kidneys were
much disordered, which was shown by
the unnatural condition of the kidney
secretions and finally my ankles be
gan to swell. At that time Doan's
Kidney Pills were brought to my no
tice and I procured a box at Kelly &
Pollard's drug store. They entirely
removed the swelling from my ankles
and benefited me In every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
ents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New
I York, sole agents for the United States.
j Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Plainview Forms Townsite
Company New Settlers
Plainview, N. M., March 21. A town
site company has been organize! at
riainview, which is in the southeastern
part of Cllaves county, 12 miles from
Hie Texas state line.
The incorporators are: J. C. Eoff,
treasurer; C. L. Singleton, secretary;
J. A. Cooper, G. AY. Batton, Geo. Lutz,
Fred Henry, T. F. Curtis, J. O. Bigham,
G. S. Sealy, L.ee Newman, A. T. "Wig
gins, Chas. Wiggins, J- P. Clayton, A.
Meroney, J. D. Middleton, J. F. Farris,
"W. W. Burrow. Tom Miller, C. M.
Burkes and J. O. Xeedham.
The bonus was raised for the Liub-bock-Artesia
Auto company to operate
a line between these points, with mail
and passenger service, part of the line
being in operation. The country is
fast settling up, and a number of
business houses are expected soon.
Plainview is in line for the new Qua-nah-El
Paso extension of the Frisco.
COLORADO TO HAVE
, XEW HIGH SCHOOL,.
Board Ik Out of Debt and Has Money
on Hand Personal 3Iention of
Colorado, Texas, March 21. At a
meeting of the board of school trustees
it was decided to vote an issue of bonds
for the erection of a new high school,
to replace the one recently burned. It
was also ordered that sealed bids be
received for the tearing down of the
old building. The board is In better
shape financially than it has been for
years. It is entirely out of debt and
has monej on hand. '
Quite a number of Colorado church
"workers attended the interdenomina
tional state Sunday school convention
at Tallas. Prominent among them -were
Mesdames Hazzard, AYebb and Gilmore
Smith; Messrs. Nichols, "Webb, Dawes
Mrs. F. B. Whipkey has gone to "Waco
and other points in central Texas.
The Colorado brass band, under the
leadership of Lee James, is advancing
J. "VY. Pearson has returned from the
eastern markets, where he had been to
buy goods for the Colorado Dry Goods
Mrs. W. B. Crockett and children
have gone to EJ Reno, Okla., to visit
her sick brother.
MissEva Hammer has returned from
a visit to Austin, San Marcus and Gal
veston. BALL AND SOCIAL ARE
GIVEN AT SAN MARCIAL.
Public School Children Plant Trees
NeTY Notes and Personal 3Ien-
tlon From San Mnrcinl.
San Marcial, N. M., March 21. A
grand ball at the opera house was given
bv the railroad pmnloves and a -nro.ttv 1
- : , . Y m -f '
Mrs. H. Bonem. The latter was given
by the Misses Hannah Bonem and Alice
An Arbor day program was given
at the public schools and several trees
Miss Amelia De Spain, who has been
chief operator at the telephone office,
has resigned and gone to her home In
St. Joseph, Ariz.
Mrs. Thad Mossman has moved to
Deming, where Mr. Mossman, who is
running an engine on the Silver City
branch, has his headquarters.
Mrs. M. E. Stanley, of Magdalena,
visited her daughter, Mrs- W. E. Tay
lor. A freight wreck occurred at Elmen
dorf and several cars were ditched.
Mrs. John Perdue entertained 15 of
her women friends.
Esmael Ortega has returned from So
corro. Otto Geiser and wife, of Cleveland,
Ohio, are new residents here. Mr. Gei
ser is S. G. Hanna's baker.
Frank Johnson, president of the bank
and ranch owner, has sold his cattle
to Li. "W. Davenport, of Sterling, Colo.,
to be delivered May 1.
MONTEREY (N. 31.) NOTES.
Monterey, N. M., March 21.
Poo has returned to Black Lake.
Jack Collins, who has been suffering
from a severe attack of hemorrhage of
the lungs. Is much better.
Victor Radcliffe has returned to his
home at Three Rivers, after a visit with
Mrs. Holmes, who was operated on
by Dr. Howell, is doing well. '
Dr. Mairs has returned to his home
John Wolenberg is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. James Reagan and
daughters have gone to Bent, N. M., to
visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Elkins.
Fred Latham has returned to Three
Little Lelah Lumbley is much better.
The "Estralles" club met at the home
of Mrs. Anna Knight.
Mr. Thompson, of Meridian, Miss., Is
here looking for a location.
Albert Carrol passed through here
this morning from Tucumcari, N. M.
en route to Mescalero, N. ML, to visit
with his sister. Miss Elolse Carrol,
who met him hCTe.
Messrs. B. TV. Bayne, sr., and W. G.
Davenport 'have gone to Bent and Mes
calero on business.
Messrs. Spencer and Larue have re
turned from Mescalero.
Mr. Shaller is in from his ranch.
P. B, Votan was in from his ranch
Miss Kenedy was a visitor in Mon
Messrs. Lane and Mairs have returned
to Lo Rado, Missouri.
Mr. John Wharton is able to be ud
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lumbley and Mr.
and Mrs. C. Dumas made a trip to La
in itas today.
A Neighbor of Yours
as well as yourself is liable at any time
to have rheumatism. We're "all liahin
j have cuts or burns, bruises or scalds
. .w. ah tuC uiicK, jiecu Ji sme some
kind of an ache or pain. Then heed this
advice and- tell your neighbors Bal
lard's Snow Liniment relieves all aches
and pains, and heals all wounds. Sold
by all druggists.
dren's Shoes and Oxfords to sell at
I KINNEY SHOE CO. I
ROBY NOW AFTER
Third Lumber Yard to Be
Opened There Big
Acreage in Peanuts.
Roby, Texas, March 21. The railroad
committees of Abilene and Robv have
taken up the matter of maKing induce
ments to the Texas Central railroad
to continue the extension of its line
from DeLeon to Cross Plains, on
through Abilene and Roby. The exten
sion of the Texas Central will be com
pleted into Cross Plains by Sept. 1, It
is announced by the road.
Overtures have been made by Haskell
to secure the extension of the Estacado
& Gulf railroad, by way of Plasterco
and Hamlin. The $150,000 plant of the
Texas Cement Plaster company is lo
cated at Plasterco, which is In Fisher
county, about 20 miles distant -from
Roby, and is located on a branch of the
Orient railroad. However, it is believed
that it Is the intention of the builders
Of the Estacado & Gulf to go intoFort
Worth by way of Albany, Breckenridge
and Palo Pinto, traversing a large un
developed area of coal territory in Palo
The Tom Polk company has sold
about ?20,000 worth of its holdings in
Roby, principally to local persons and
bankers In surrounding towns. The rains
of the past few days have given added
stimulus to the activity In real estate
Wm. Bradford, of Sweetwater, and-a
member of th Bradford Lumber com
pany, extensive operators of this sec-
) tlon, was In Roby, negotiating with
J Charles W. Rogers for the purchase of
1 a site for a lumber yard. Mr. Bradford
is locating here in order to accommo-
, , . .
aate nis trade
in this section, which
formerly bought their lumber in Sweet
water. His company will put In a $50,
000 stock here. This will give Roby
three lumber yards with the coming of
the R. B. Spencer people, who are oper
ating in all the new railroad towns In
central west Texas. t
The contract has been let for the fur
nishings and fixtures of the courthouse,
now under construction. This contract
will run the cost pf the courthouse to
upwards of $75,006s
Light rains have been falling for
several days over this section. There
is a better season in the ground at this
tlm than In several years past. Farm
ers around here almost to a man have
learned the lesson of plowing early and
deep, and as a result all of the land
was turned over through the winter.
Owing to the good crop of cotton
made last year, the acreage will not
be diminished, counting the new land
that will be planted to cotton, but
many farmers will plant big acreages of
DIFFER ON POSTOFFICE
Numerous Location petitions Are Circu
lated Office May Be 3Iade
Third Class Soon.
Courtland, Ariz., March 21. Several
petitions have been circulated "to have
the Courtland postoffice moved, the resi
dents of the south side claiming that
the office should be removed to the -permanent
townsite and be nearer the two
depots, where a suitable building will be
furnished the government free of rent.
The Center Courtland petitioners want
it to remain where It is and the, people
of the McFate and Herron townsites de
sire it moved to the north side, which
would be over two miles from the' depots.
Considerable feeling has aeveloped, but
an inspector is expected in a few days
when the matter will be adjusted for the
best interests of all concerned. The office
closes Its first year April 6, when it will
undoubtedly be made a third class office
as the postal receipts have passed the
$3500 mark. A star route is conteiu-
j plated which will supply Rucker, Light
and Wllgus postorrices.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mears, formerly
of Clovis, N. M., have leased the Western
hotel and taken possession. This hotel
is located on Main street, convenient to
the depots and It Is the largest and best
hotel building in central Cochise
An all night rain has caused a smile
on the faces of the many newcomers In
tht valley surrounding Courtland.
Mrs. Harry Locke and Mrs. Newton
Trenham entertained a targe company of
friends In honor of Mrs. Gibbons, with
six tables of "500.''
'Courtland -Young, treasurer of the
Great Western Copper company and for
whom the town was named, is visiting
his brother here. His home is at Clin
Charles A. Dinsonore and wife, of El
Paso, spent several days In and around
SHOWERS AT TORREON.
Torreon, Mex., March 21. During the
past few days light showers have been
falling in this district, a very unusual
thing, for this time of the year. The
rains, however, have not been heavy
enough to supplant Irrigation, but they
have laid the dust and cooled the at
mosphere to an agreeable extent. At
the present time heavy rains would
not be appreciated by the cotton grow
ers, .who are now busy with their
ploughing and Dlantinc
of pairs of Men'f
El Paso Automobile Party
Passes Valentine News
Valentine, Tex., March 21. All Val
entine people are rejoicing because the
valley was visited by a good soaking
rain. The ranches situated near the
mountains got still more rain.
The Valentine- young people gave a
dance in the auditorium. Music was
furnished" by a Mexican orchestra. Sup
per was served in the old school build
ing at 1 a. m. The out of town guests
were: Misses Dora Kilgore, Genevieve
Bogel, D'Ella Cllne, Jessie Woodward,
Willie Mae Mellard and Messrs. Oliver
Billlngsly, J. H. Blakeney, Dave Wease,
Dug Duncan, Carl Barnes and Albert
Carson DIx, of Marfa; Will Barnes, of
Alpine; Misses Genevieve Thompson,
Eva Jones, Jessie Jones, Ruth Sproul,
Alice and Lottie Powell, Mabel Miles.
Marie MeCutcneon; Messrs. W. T. Jones,
Frank and George Jones, Roy and Tom
Powell, Tyrll Smith, Nelson Nixon, R.
C. Williams. Rae Miller, Lee Sproul,
Otis Miles, EL Miller, of Ft. Davis.
The Woodmen Circle surprised R. R.
Toungblood at his 'iiome near iValen
tlne. Fifty people enjoyed a good
time and a delicious repast was served.
An auto party consisting of R. Mich
aels and Sidney Friend, of El Paso,
and Roberd McKallyr of Pittsburg,
and Mike Lawless, cuautteur, arrived
in Valentine from El Paso, where they
started on an auto. trip. They are en
route to San Antonio and other eastern
points in the state. They will later
start north for Colorado and will spend
the summer motoring through the west
An Easter program will be given in
j the Union church by the Sunday school.
M. E. Steele was a Valentine visitor.
Photographer Cunningham and fam
ily have gone to Arjzona, where they
will make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crawfofd have
gone to their old home at Valley Mills,
J. D. Efron, of San Antonio, was in
George Flache is doing carpenter
work on the Lee Evans lVanch.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Evans spent Sun
day in Valentine.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Stewart have re
turned from a business trip to' San
derson. Miss Villa Holmes has returned from
an extended visit in El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Everett spent
Sunday with Miss Ara Blanche George.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Z. Means have re
turned from Fort Worth.
Valentine Schorbaugh Is in El Paso.
Russel S. Brooks and Henry F. Mc
Farlane, who have been tenting at the'
foot of Mt. Livermore, are in Valenri
Mrs. Walter Chambers and little son
have returned from an extended visit
to Marathon and Alpine.
W. L. Cass was a recent Valentine
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cass are return
ing to their home in eastern Texas.
Jesus Shavarrea and Angelita Relics
were married by W. A. Foley, justice
of peace. The wedding was followed
by a dance.
LABORERS COMPLAIN OF
HIGH COST OF LIVING.
Construct'on Work on Rnllroad from
Duraugo Proprresies Sawmills
to be Operated.
Torreon, Mex., March 21. It is re
ported that a number of workmen on
the new railroad belig built from Du
rango into the forests have left some
of the camps under the pretext that
the contractors in charge of the com
missaries are charging such an exor
bitant price for goods that it takes
all of their earnings to buy simple
food. This report only comes from a
few of the camps along the-line. The
others are said to be very satisfactory.
General construction work along this
line Is progressing rapidly and ' it is
said that the road into the great tim
ber tract will be completed within 18
months and several sawmills will be
in operation within the next 12 months.
One big lumber company, hording
immense tracts of forest along this
route, has placed orders with Arms in
the United States for an electric saw
mill of the most modern type.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are safe, sure and reliable, and
have been praised by thousands of wo
men who have been restored to health
through their gentle aid and curative
properties. Sold by all druggists.
Women's and Chi!
Presidio County Eanchers
and Stockmen Jubilant
Marfa, Tex., March 21. People in this
section are jubilant oer the heavy
downpour of rain. In the Immediate
.vicinity of Marfa the rainfall was light.
Lbut on the south, north, east and west
as far as Valentine the ground is re
p6rted soaked. In the Shafter and
Alamito districts south of Marfa the
creeks and water holes are full.
It is said to be one of the heaviest
rains that ever visited this section. In
tho farming districts more acreage was
put in cultivation this year than even
before and abundant crops are now
assured. Stockmen in nearly all parts
of Presidio county will- have plenty of
water and grass, and altogether the
precipitation will be worth thousands
of dollars to this section. ,
About 50 land suits filed by the state,
through its land agents, against "squat
ters" mostly Mexicans in Presidio coun
ty, will be tried in Austin at an early
date. There is much speculation as
to how these cases will terminate, and
the interest will be intense, as several
thousand acres of valuable land are in
volved. G. W. Hysan writes from San An
tonio that he and his family will soon
rrturn 10 Marfa to reside permanently.
H. D. McCaskey? of the United States
geological survey, is here from Wash
ington, D. C, en route to Terlingua,
where he will do some government sur
veying. Grover Wease, of Alpine, was a visit
or to Marfa.
Dave James has been here several
days from the Cleveland ranch east of
Mr. and Mrs. John Pool were in from
their Chanatti ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Crosson are here
from their ranch, guests of Miss Minnie
Campbell, at the Marfa house.
A Hunting Song hy tho
Composer of the
You remember how "intoxicat
ing " the Stein Song was. This
new "Hunting Song" will jusfc
carry you off your feet. You can
almost feel yourself astride of a
good horse, following the hounds
at break-neck speed. It's Edison
Standard Eecord No. 10319.
Your dealer will play it for yon on the
Get complete lut of March Records frosa
your dealer, or write to National Phonograph
Company. 75 Lakeside Avenne, Orange. N. J
PIONEER MUSIC HOUSE
SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS .AND TORTtF.PQ
Edison Phonographs and Records
Goods Sold on Easy Payments.
t ma wmm st tr vivr ..
for Doors and Windows keep out
the sand, dirt and wind.
AWtaai.ufc SEsxcT WORKS OLOGK BROS., Praps
Phons SS,1; Crawford TheaUr BIdg., Odd. Pbzt
Now is the time to have your clothes cleaned and pressed for pL, t ,
reasonable. Gloves cleaned second to none. Satisfaction guarantS"! PrIces
ml P&A Trill!? Eai'$AliijrTnlnks' Ba2J and Suit Cases
itaf 1 ay 1 1 nam i cniuif
rfl UHlm m
Plant Destroyed by Pire in
1908 Is Again in Oper
ation. Chihuahua. Mex., March 21. The lo
cal brewery of the Compania Cervecera
de Chihuahua, composed entirely of lo
cal people, has commenced makingbeer.
This plant has just been entirely re
built and equipped with new mahinorv
1 entirely uptodate, and the first of the
-.w.. v nm uf un me market by
This brewery was destroyed by fire
in October, 1908, and the company has
rebuilt the plant on the most modem
lines. Its capacity is 60,o1)0 barrels
of beer annually. Some 300 people will
Juan Terrazas is president of the
company. Alberto Valdez Llano con
tinues as general manager, Hans Mil
ler, from Chicago, is brewmaster, and
Van Nelson is engineer.
NEWS ON PAGE TWELVE
Palace Cafe, H. B. Thompsoa,
El Paso Herald Office.
A. H. Richards. Jeweler.
International Book Co.
"Wm. SIceller, Real Estxta.
Lobby Cisar Standi
E. L. Ho-weK. ReaL ata.t.
ag-ent Herald Bldgi
Y. W. C A. Lunch and Rest
John Brunner. Tailor.
J. P. Milner. a E. E. 3. repre
senting hc White Sands Co,
Miss Pauline Hilpert, Dre.
Standard Home Co.
R. L. Nichols. Attorney at Ia-st.
J. E. Butcher. Attorney at Lav.
Colorado National Life Assur
ance Co.. E. McMillan, Gen. Agent.
Southwestern Portland Cemeac
The Public Stenographers Co-.-frs.
Jessie E. M. Howe and Miss
Ruth "Williams. Proprietors.
The Wm. Jeanlnrs C nrl
neers and Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ, Scien
tist. Reading: Rooms.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson, Mrs. Wa.
Xoble, China Decorations.
Drs. Satterlee & Satterles. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlea and
Dr. settle Satterlee.
Carter & Robertson. Mill. Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
Public Stenographers Co. Ruth
Mrs. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra,
j-ne Ludlow-Sayior Wire Co.
J. E. Robertson. Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper VaHey
Lee & Woodyard, contracting
R. E. Huthsteiner, Mechanical
Electrical Engineer. '
- t. f!L.Paso PrfaUns- Co., Herald
building, facing G. H. & S. A.
U tracks and Alain street. jj)
J1!!0 & Becrtrd
XiW 5ls rumisced oh Applicatioz
fc.aig, u'sonnoll & Go., Gin. gfSk
Phone Bell 43. Chamber of Commerce Bld
made, renafrpr? m oTrinaj
J Opposite postoffice, acrow
Plaza. TeL 1054: Ante 19W.