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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, March 29, 1910.
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Freak Pig to Be Exhibited
Women Vote at School
Bisbee, Ariz., 'Maron 29. Burglars
broke into the Central pharmacs and
the cash register which contained $6 was
opened and rifled. A few small articles
were missing' from the stock.
A pig has been brought here from the
country having two pairs of hind legs
and double jaws. The owner is planning
to exhibit U
Preparations are being made at "War
ren for the opening of the Copper Queen
store at the new Cole-Ryan block.
Over 20 Texas families' have arrived
here. They have come to settle in Arl
zone as they intend to buy some ground
and to form a village.
Mr. Bledsoe, the druggist, was elected
as school trustee. He was the only can
didate for that office and was supported
by many" women, who using their right
of franchise cast their votes at ihe
ZMiss Artie Duree and her sister. Mi
nerva, were married to Fred Miller and
Charles Booth respectively. The double
wedding -was celebrated at the home of
the bride's parents.
signed and are now in the hands of the
company's officials for signature and
The Orient railroad is now an abso
lute certainty for Del Rio and already
the activity in realty circles manifests
the development that is to come. As
soon as the right of way has been deeded
and the first payment made on the
bonds, which will probably be attended
to bv the end of this week, bids for
the grade work, north from here, will
be advertised for and no time will be
lost in awarding the work and actual
Everv indication points to the early
completion of the road. The company is
under contract to be in operation from
San Angelo to Del Rio by January' 1
1S13 butit Is believed here and by the
road;s officials that at least one year
will be knocked off the agreement and
that trains will be running within 20
"VThen this line Is finished the Orient
will at once build from here to some
point on the gilf.
SHOT TO DEATH
DEL RIO SECURES
DEEDS FOR ORIENT
Action of Committee Sent to
El Paso Ratified at
Del Rio, Tex., March 29. The deeds
for 30 miles of right of way, north from
Del Rio, for the Orient railroad, have
been received by the commercial club
and a committee Is now out getting these
properly signed and executed. A mass
meeting ratified the good work of the
special committee sent to El Paso to
make final arrangements with president
Stilwell and the contracts have all been
E. 0. Lochausen Surrenders
Following Killing of
Marathon, Texas, March 29. Edgar
Reed was shot and killed in a store
.here last e.-ening. E. O. Lochausen
is under arrest at Alpine, where he
went after the shooting.
The kimng occurred in tne store of J.
J. Hess & Bros., and Reed, who was
killed with a shotgun, had his head al
most torn from his body. It is said that
Reed's father and brother have been
killed within the past two years.
Alpine, Texas, March 29. Edgar Reed
was shot and killed 'at Marathon last
evening. E. O. Lochausen, a prominent
and well known stockman, came to
Alpine and surrendered to the authorities.
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INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES
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SOUTHWESTERN SALES AGENTS KETJFFEL & ESSER CO, OF N. Y.
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Committee Named to Take a
Straw Yote on Question
Tan Horn, Tex., March 23. The citi
zens met to discuss the advisability of
having this part of the county segre
gated from the county of El Paso.
Among those present were Rev. 1. R
Millican, Ned Bounds, R. Durrill, J. H.
Beach, J. E. Bean, J. E. Cox, Fred Gib
son, James A. Espy, TC. TVafford, "W.
A. Hague, Ben "Wylie, Mr. Merchon.
TV". D. Garren was acting chairman, and
several interesting short talks were
made and a committee was appointed
to devise means and ways of informing
ever?- taxpaying citizen in this end of
the county of the movement on foot and
to find out their sentiment in regard
to the county division.
The committee of seven appointed is
composed of T. C. "VYafford, chairman;
J. E. Bean, Fred Gibson, James A. Espy,
Ben "Wylie, R. Darrill and Henry Cox.
James A. Espy was elected secretary
of the new county movement, and If the
majority are in favor of the new county
the people will make another effort to
have the next legislature create a new
The Van Horn Bible class gave a so
cial at the residence of Mrs. L- J. Hall.
Mrs. Downing's music class rendered
violin and piano selections. There was
also a recitation by Miss Willie Gar
ren. John E. Cox has been planting many
trees around the waterworks plant.
Many of the citizens have been plant
ing fruit trees about their premises this
year, and making their homes look like
Messxs. Stevens, Wafford. Taylor and
Henry Cox received a large shipment
Van Horn Progressive league members
attended the box ball party given in
honor of "Wallace Duncan who is home
on a short visit.
B. C. Breeding has put out quite a
nujmber of shade trees on his lots on the
north side of town.
John Morine has returned from the
Coffelt ranch, where he went after a
bunch of cattle.
Miss Neva Tarbro is visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. TV. T. Medler-
Mrs. "Ward, of Longfellow, has come to
keep house for her son. who is working
at the carpenter's trade here. "?
Earl Yarbro was called to El Paso by
the sickness of his sister, Mrs Meda
The Methodist women will give a
chicken pie supper at the restaurant
April 2, for the benefit of the church.
( OVER BASEBALL
The Gr. H. Team Wins Game
There Frost Reported
in Lower Yalley.
Clint, Tex., March 2D. The G. H. & S.
A ball team, from El Pao, won the
game from Clint by a score of 7 to 3.
It was a good clean game from start
to finsh. and witnessed by several hun
dred people. The game was hotly con
tested until the fifth Inning, when a
when a wild throw let in three for El
Paso. The work of both pitchers was a
feature of the game. Home runs were
made by Stoudimyre and Smith.
The lineup was s.s follows:
EI Paso Pickens, catcher; La Fonte,
pitcher; Smith, first base: Guesnell. sec
ond base, Hackett, shortstop; Morgan,
third base; Hughes, right field; "vTaid,
center field; Adams, left field.
Clint Stoudimyre, catcher; Manning,
pitcher; Richardson, ftr&t base; David
son, second base; Mapes, shortstop;
r-nffin third base: Kibby. right field; K.
G. Schairer, center field; De Poiley, left j EASTER EGG HUNT A
Sawmill in James Canyon Is
Being Operated at Full
MayhilJ, N. M., March 29. W. J. Hen
drix, of Cloudcroft, F. C. Knight and B.
Cleve, of Elk, are going to build a nett
store at Cloudcroft at once. The firm
has bought the lots formerly owned by
Perry Kearney and teams are now haul
ing the lumber from TV. E. Jergin's
sawmill in James canyon.
Mrs. F. C. Hunter, who has been very
sick, is now improving.
Fred Brantley and son, Mark, have
gone to the Pecos valley.
H. M. Downey is to build a four room
house at the mouth of Bear canyon, on
the farm he bcufih of T. J. West.
Pi. E. Jergin's sawmill is being run
to Its full capacity on account of orders
Ha hB ra m m IV lT fcf J
Vanilla, Lemon or Qrat-
AT SIERRA ELANCA
Mule Drawing Load Burned.
Another Load Set
Sierra, Blanca, Texas, March 29. Ex
citement was created here when a wag
onload of hay, belonging to Bob Duncan,
being driven into town by a Mexican,
caught fire, in some mysterious way,
near the old town tank. The wind was
blowing a gale and the flames soon
enveloped the entire load. The driver
jumped for his life, the team became
frightened and ran, scattering bales
of burning hay as it went, the mules
kicking with all their might, trying to
get loose from the burning mass.
Finally the hame strings to the harness
were cut and one mule escaped without
injury, but before the other mule could
be released it was burned badly.
As the burning load passed another
load of hay, being driven by J. "W.
Ward, his load caught fire from th
flames, and Mr. "Ward experienced some
difficulty in releasing his team without
injurs'. Both loads of hay and both
wagons were a total loss.-
Courtland, Ariz., March 29. Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Tester entertained a large
company of friends at a farewell party
before leaving for Douglas, where Mr.
Tester has accepted a position as chief
dispatcher for the E. P. & S. TV. "500"
was played, first honors being won by
2iir 35 ears and Mrs. Locke.
Mrs. .lames J. Brown, wife of a prom
inent miner, died after a long illness,
leaving rno little daughters. The re
mains -were taken to BIsbee for burial.
Considerable interesfwas taken in the
annual school election which resulted
in tlv election of J. P. Rateliff ov6r the
other two candidates, Abe Perkins and
J. A. Scheffield.
John Rock has removed from the old
sterear the Mary and Germania mines
to the "brick row." The old site was
needed by the mining companies for
N,. Trenham has received his commis
sion as census enumerator for the 14th
district, which includes Courtland. Glee
son, Pearce, Servoss, Black Diamond
WEIil, BEING DRILLED
AT PIASAXO STATION.
Marfa, Texas, March 29. Chambers
Bros., of Marfa, are drilling a deep
well at Piasano station, east of Marfa.
K- "W. Ake is confined to his home
on account of sickness.
S. J. Turman and Reese Turpin are
here from Kansas City on railroad
Born To Mr. and Mrs. a! W. Frazer,
a 10 pound boy.
Mrs. Mary Bishop is building a cot
tage on lots recently purchased in
Maury Kemp and D. M. Pendergast
were recent visitors from El Paso.
J. J. Kilpatrick is here from Candel
arla visiting his brother, judge Kilpatrick.
Livesay umpired the game and was
highly commended by both sides for his
The walls of the first story of the new
hotel are up, and work is progressing
rapidly under the supervision of T. S.
E. A. Humble and Mrs. ltiary
Churchlll, brother and sister of C. D.
Humble, are visiting the latter. Mrs.
Churchill will leave soon for her home
in Guthrie, Okla., and E. A. Humble
will likely locate at this place.
Mrs. Van Dyke, of El Paso, was a
visitor at the Ed Schutz home.
J. H. Mitchell, of Burleson. Tex., ac
companied by a party of east Texas cap
italists were inspecting mesa lands near
J. W. Eubanks and wife, of El Paso,
were visiting the latter's mother., -Mrs.
Stanfield. and incidentally took in the
K. N. Bowington came to town with a
bunch "of new alfalfa, which measured
a little more tlian two feet. The simple
was ma'led to a friend in Oklahoma!
Mrf Bowington states that his crop will'
be ready for the first cutting early in
The April fool ball will be held in
the Schairer hall on Friday night.
The steady increase in the postoffice
business at this place has made it. neces
sary to add a new section of the com
bination lock boxes.
A light fro:t is reported here, and it
is feared the fruit crop has been dam
aged. Six lots and two one acre tracts of
land were sold in the new addition, and
there will be at least three houses con
structed on the same in the near future.
Fami Acreage This Year Is
More ThanDonble Any
Valentine, Tex., March 29. The ranch
men report cattle in good condition and
the fact that the experienced cowmen
are buying numerous launches of cattle
is proof that they consider the future
outlook a good one.
Many w"ho sold their cattle last fall
on account of lack Of grass and the fear
of a dry late spring are rebuylng and
amply delighted with the future pros
pect of the cowman.
Since the recent rains, grass is start
ing much to the interest not only of the
cowman but to the newcomers who
have recently pitched their tents in the
valley intent on living on their land
and engaging in stock farming.
Already small farms are dotting the
valley and the cultivated ground this
3ear is double the acreage of any pre
In Valentine town lots and adjacent
acreage are continually changing hands
at a fair bonus price. Numerous new
buildings are being erected and the bet
terment of the town by various ways
and means Is being considered by its
HAPPY AFFAIR AT 3IOXTEREV
Monterey, N. M., Msrch 29. Sunday
afternoon at the spacious home of Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Laimbley, an Easter egjs
hunt was an event that drew many
friends. The hunt took place in the
flower decked apple orchard which Is
carpeted about a foot deep In bright
green alfalfa. The young people ended
the search laden with bright colored
eggs of every description.
Refreshments were served and then
came a well arranged program of choice
selections of music.
James Carrol, ,superintendent of the
Mescalero agency, Is back from "Wash
ington. Little Marlon Hunter, while sitting
by the stove got a pot of boiling water
turned over on her feet, burning them
severely. She is in a critical condition.
Krat .a sun rrai "
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BWW I JWIZ
Account Annual Convention
Pan Handle Stockmen's issoclifion, April 5 Jo 7
" Tickets on sale April 3-4-5. Pinal return iKmit April 9th.
J. S. afOREISON,
C. P. A, A- T. & SI F. Ry.,
El Paso, Texas.
EL PASOAX'S PROPERT1'
IS DA3IAGEP AT XACO.
Naco, Ariz., March 29. Mrs. Joseph
T. Broyles, a resident of El Paso, Texas,
Is visiting Naco, the windstorm hav
ing caused damage to the extent of
several hundred dollars to business
property owned by her as executrix
of the estate of J. T. Broyles.
George Spindle, a cattleman of Ari
zona, at present operating In Sonora,
Mexico, come up from La Cananea,
bringing the Gyearold son of "Walter
Fife to Hereford to visit the bedside
of his mother, who is said to be very
ill at that place.
Dr. O. TV. Brandon, whose term as
school trustee expired, visited Cananea,
Sonora, Mex., on election day. There
was no election for trustee. Eugene H.
Stover, superintendent of public schools
of Cochise county, will appoint F. x.
, Tularosa, X. M.. March 29. James A.
Carroll, superintendent of the Mesca
lero indian reservaipn and wife, have
returned from?an extended visit in Geor
gia. Their daughter, Eloise, met them
In El Paso and accompanied them
Col. J. E. Edigeton. county surveyor
from Alamogordo, is here surveying a
Johnson Bros., from Capitan, and Ben
Smith, from Alamogordo, passed through
here looking over the valley in Johnson
J. F. Hall and E. T. Hopkins have
returned from the San Andres, where
they have been prospectingi They
brought back fine samples of lead-silver
and gold ores.
"Will Sanders has returned from the
Jackson ranch where he assisted in tak
ing a buncn of cattle.
Charley Curry is visiting in El Paso.
Miss Dollie "White is now postmaster
How T Get Imimt Belief
From EfghingSkm Diseases
An inflammation of the skin caused
by the presence of a tiny mite which
burrows in the skin, causes the itch
ing in Eczema, Tetter, Acne, itching
scalp and feet, Prickly H'at and the
many other forms of skin diseases.
Scratching does not relievo nor cure
it only aggravates the case and makes
It worse. There, is only one way to cure
kill the mite and so remove the
cause. Littell's Liquid Sulpaur Com
pound gives instant relief the first
application and in a short time kills
the mite and gives a permanent cure
to every form of skin trouble. Sample
bottle postpaid for 10c. Rhuma-Sulphur
Co., St. Louis. 6
Wind Carries Away Part of
Rubber Factory Roof.
Marathon, Tex., March 29. Marathon
voted ?6000 worth of bonds at the elec
tion here, to build an annex to the
school building, a school house out In
the country and one for the Mexican
children here in town.
A whirlwind lifted the roof from one
of the buildings at the rubber factory
and carried it out on the railroad track,
breaking down the telegraph wires. Mr.
Morefield, the pump man, assisted by
the manager of the telephone company
made temporary repairs till.the regular
The telephone -company has purchased
a four norse mororcycle of the M. M.
type for use in Its business; messages
can now be delivered to people that
cannot be reached by wire.
More new buildings are going up. but
there is some delay on account of scarc
ity of lumber.
Custom officer Dowe sold a number of
smuggled horses on the street. The
average price was $30.
The ball game resulted 2 to 0 in
favor of the Guayula nine.
LAS CRUCES AND
Account First Official Visit of Governor
Mills and His Staff, April 1st
Tickets on sale March 31st and April 1st. Final return limit April 2.
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O. P. A., A, T. & S. F. Ry.,
Mills Bldg. El Paso, Texas.
Low Round-Trip Rates to Califor
nia and Points in the Northwest
Los Angeles - $30.00
an Diego - $30.00
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Portland or Saaitie
Tickets on sale April 4 to 8 incL Final return limit three months
from date of sale. ,
Liberal stopover privileges-
For further information call on or write,
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TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR and BEAUTY,
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KELLY & POLLARD.
"Water Freezes in Tubs, But
Fruit Trees Axe iSTot
Roswell, X. M., March 29. The mixlne
plant, elevator and all the beltin of
the alfalfa meal factory of the Ro!
well Wool and Hide company yvere ST
stroyed by fire, which started on a nht
form at the side of the building and
was put out by the fire department
An hour later the second floor df the
building was discovered burning- furi
ously and by the time the department
got there the building Tvas a mass f
flames. The loss -will run from $9000
to $12,000, fully insured. uuo
Persons who found ice in pans and
tubs of water were sure that the fruit
was badly damag-ed, but -were greatly re
lieved when informed by Mr. Wright
in charge of the local 'United States
weather bureau station, that the ther
mometer registered 35 degrees above
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Whoooma-Gouaha Croup 9 1
ma-oisssh9 Group 9
Coughs, Golds, Gafasrh,
I Cresolene Is a Boon to Asthmatics.
Docs it not seem more effective to breathe in a
remedy for diseases ot tho breathing organs than
to take the remedy into the stomach?
Crcsoleno cures because the air, rendered
strongly antiseptic, is carried over the diseased
surface -with every breath, giving prolonged and
constant treevsent. It is invalaablo to mothers
with small children.
For irritated throat
there tc nothmj better
Send Cc in postage
for sample bottle.
Send postal for de
ISO Tulton Street,
Goaf Lymph JKS&IiSJgtg
.Nature's own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
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olllty; for Insomnia;
now prepared in
most hichly efflca
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per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
El Paso only bv
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel
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with privilege of extension to May 10 on payment of
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