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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, May 4, 1910.
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H& P88f BM "Ls5& ""l 1 Eg! Both are believed to have been -a" H J H
M HSfeafe:- kv'ra I a?i'TlltlO, Ie(fVfT!P 111 IS incendiary. The residence of A., 9
lil S&I VllCXI JLi& & iUlllC 111 j. Rowley on the north side and H T'3- J J I
II $tJ?lll 14. Dalhart National bank on -the M J il6V CLT& lit d ClCLSS W
III 'M9m . IS' 4- south side burned. The loss is 4- M V ""' " - S
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ill i&l1H3:M H lllli $ PU f l Rl I . O l 3 I ance on the residence and ?o00 f H -. &h&TP3rt G& il3G M
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You can keep on paying rent to your landlord A I fffjg jag
tor b, IU5 lb or bu years and never have a
dollar Or a home of your Own to show for .. Eveiy Government HiU lot is ideaUylo-
i 11 caiea ana proviaea wren moaern con-
what you have spent. Or you can pay a small VenienceSj Cit? Watei. felectric CaxS
amount down for a charming Government etc. if you wait to save your rent, you
Hill Home, all your own, in the most beautiful cann9t instice'to yourself afford to
j rn n j - overlook this beautiful additoin. $10
residence section or JtLl raso and pay ior it as Anwn 1 x
... . . down, $o a month. ISq mortgage, taxes
you go along--a little at a time. or interest.
3sTo difference what kind of a lot you want
supply it in Government Hill and start you on the
road to independence. Before you know it you
will have a home worth $2000 or $30f'O.
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the scare here has subsided.
Miss Coleman, -who was orinciDal of
the schools, will not return next year, j ABE HELD AT MABFA
j She proved herself thoroughly capable !
and has been a great help to her pu- , -, , , A -,
pils. Dss Coleman organized a Sunday -iiLTt;SLea DV JUSIOniS VTUarCLS
school which has also been success- j
ful. She has not decided wliat position j
she will accept for next year. !MIs3
Coleman's pupils complimented her j
with a rose shower Tuesday afternoon.
Hundreds of the fragrant blossoms j
Mr. and Mrs. H- I. Ochoa received a
Jear Valentine Much
Activity 'at Yal-
Valentine, Texas. Ma 4. A Mexican.
"Larazo Baiza, and an assistant are
Dalhart, Tex., May 4. There are few
Royal ai-ch chapters m tne state ol
Texas that surpasses in interest aim
number especially speed in their work,
that of Dalhart. t
Organized but a few years, their
number exceeds 100. At the last ses
sion the council degree was conferred
by brother Ewing, of- Childress. Over
100 members were in attendance and 22
members were initiated Into the mys
tic order within one hour and 30 min
After the ceremony promptly a ban-
quet at the DeSoto hotel was tendered
the lodge and 110 men met around the
festive board. Toasts were numerous
and highly interesting, most especially
those of sir knight Spencer, of Ama-
rlllo; G. A. Vawter, Dalhart: Robert
Stclcup, of Dalhart; W. W. Milliner, of
Dalhart; judge "W. V. Moore, of Dal-
hart; Rev. J. TV. Hunt and "W. J- j
Clarke, of .Dalhart.
It a most gratifying to announce j
that since the Rock Island has run f
trains over its El Paso division, there
has never been as much business by a
large percent as what the road is now
experiencing. Cattle and fruit is the
principal commodity handled eastbound, j
while the western shipments are most-
ly general, including empties. From In- j
formation gained - from the rank and f
file of employes on the road, it is gen- j
erally considered the outlook is good i
for a continuation of business, such as
! the system never enjoyed over this di- i
' '-fcinn 1
On Saturday next there will be a se- j
lection o ' three school directors for i
the ensuing year in the independent I
school district of Dalhart. The retir- i
lng board members are A. S. Kendrlck,
j Thomas "W. Turner and C- J. Carter.
Tne old board, including tne men just i
named has given Dalhart an education
al system of which any community could
I feel proud. From one teacher and a '
handfull of children in a board shanty
in 1901, has sprung the present sys- (
tern of 15 teachers, over 500 students, .
a line $25,000 brick building on the '
south side, and a $4600 "rame building
on the north side.
Heavy traffic is reported over the
Fort TVorth and Denver road in and out
J. A. Hedrick, who was Rock Island's
local surgeon at Dalhart from the ar
rival of the road in this territory, has
located ' In El Paso, with his family.
TV. F. Fxelton, one of the first busi
ness men In Dalhart, and who owns
considerable real estate, has returned
from San Antonio, with his family,
Some merchants tell you about the clothes
that they sell that they know just how to make
them; know better than you how they should fit
How politely they will take your money and so
The clothes" they sell, of course, are , just as
good as '
This is the best they can say about the clothes
they sell. I do not wTant to tell you my troubles.
I guess you have plenty yourself,
but be it known to
everybody who wears clothes that BERG-:S
CLOTHES" are the finest in America. Has the
largest line to select from, sells cheaper than anv
other store in El Paso.
This is not idle talk or copied out of an ad
vertising book, but is the plain truth, which we
would like to prove to you. To show you is our
OL L BERG,
206 San Antonio Street
Tvf?SR POleman. SchOOl Prin- teleSufm , StF ,th.at .,eir ""le J alleged to have been caught smuggling j for the auditorium of the high school
' j i uauiiicr in .aiaiia is vci.v 1.11 nut. ju&
aso disposed of, together with saddles,
bridles, blankets and erun?-
W. J. Banner is hpro frnm 2iTw7o-rcrn i
receiving the remnant of horses he re- ! where their have been for the past six
cently purchased from George Pullam.
He also bought three head of horses
from F. Calanche and two head from
P. M. Smith.
The Valentine Improvement club will
give an Ice cream festival Saturday
afternoon and night. The proceeds will
be used to complete the payment of
$300, pledged to the school board to-
wards paying off the chairs purchased
3 P. S. Watch our center case for Saturday I
a Special. m
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AT FORT SIPMNER
The Dalhart postoffice has been ad- I TVpo-n-nnmml Ti-t-. T-r- A .
vanced to a higher class, the -receipts of :--"cj,jjj:gx-lou. J-cu. xjo, & -cxgu.
cipal, Resigns Mother
Goes to Sick Child.
ley, "who 3ias smallpox. Is still improv
lng. No new cases are reported and
Ochoa left pn the first train to attend
cattle at Piiares, Texas. They were
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brougnt to Valentine by Joe Sitters and I ,V " "" V'"1" ai vaienxine
tov tt, ....':: L" t and Prospects are fine for a rain.
uv. uuwU, .wv,ulcu liiapctlUIS. J.I1U 5 xr , ,4. T -,-, .,.
Mexicans were sent to Marfa for trial
The largest display of rugs and Their bond was placed at 300 each.
"Jfflleta. Texas, May 4. T. 2L Gour- j porch shades is at the Springer store Today the stock, consisting of . 20
ana i.ney are giving ay xar tne oest eau, us sum 10 v. j. j?iniey. j. lie
values. burros, which they were riding, were
The Best Road East
Mr. and Mrs. JL B. Gillette came to
Valentine from their ranch in the new
"Overland" auto, to meet their daughter,
j Miss Beula, who has returned from a
i Iit to Roswell.
Fasten Craver, of Memphis, Texas,
has rented the Browning house and will
make Valentine his future -home.
R. R. Youngblood reports his dry
farm doing splendidly.
L. D. Louthian, of Holland Valley, is
in Valentine looking after his land
Sandy TVilli3ms, of the Jackson and
Harmon ranch, is in Valentine for lum
ber andjsuppllesl5"!" .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack? Howard were in
from thejr ranch near Valentine, solicit-
i irg the aid of "DrtGeorge B. Graves for
j their "little child.
! TV." T. Dean, of Alpine, with ayiist-
ants. Is erecting a wind mill tower and
installing a .ga?olino engine and equip
ment for S. J3. Bunton.
'Mr and Mrs. A. TV. Price, of Hol
land's Valley, are visiting their daught
er, Mrs. JLester S. Secuth.
On Sale Daily, Low Round Trip Rates to
New York and return $95.00
Baltimore and return $91.75
"Washington and return $91.75
, N Philadelphia and return $94.00
Pinal limit 9 months from date of sale.
'BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATED CATALOG
The TV. T. Hi--son Co. has recently
issued beautiful 100 page illustrated
catalogjL which they are sending, to their
patrons outside of El Paso. So com
pleters the catalog that out of town
customers can order at home, know
just exactly what they are buying.
Every article is guaranteed to be just
as described. A few of the catalogs
remain and can be had by out of. town
customers by addressing the TV. T. Hix-
son Co., this city.
Por rates, reservations, or any information desired,, apply to
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Alto, New Mexico, May 4. Roland
Box has moved his familj- to Alto, that
they may get the benefit of the school.
P. L.. Krouse has gone to Carrizozo to
Miss Estelle Linam has gone to Tula
rosa to visit with friends for a Aveek
Ollle Jackson, who hns h(fn suffer-
! inp- frnm n coiaa rll ;- a'KIa -k v .
Theresa and TVarney West came in
J yesterday to stay with their aunt, Mrs.
! Bo:, and attend school here.
Richard .Warren, t H. D. McGregor,
Bell o94 ; d 7
General Agent. Auto 1694 City Passenger Agent.
CITY TICKET OFFICE SHELDON HOTEL.
Marfa, Texas, May 4. Mrs. Bailey en
tertained the young people at her home
In honor of herdaughter, Pearl!
Rev. TV. B. Bloys. of Shatter, will
preach in the Methodist church Thurs
Rev. Mr. Cox, of Sanderson, will e-
liver a lecture at the town hull FrW.vy
Mr. DL.ugV.erty nd famiiv, are mov-
i ing into their ns-v residence on titt
the office being noted by the depart
ment. O. C. Haynes, vice president of the
First National bank of Dalhart, has re
turned from Seymour, Tex., where he
had been attending his brother who was I
stricken with apoplexy. He is recover
ing. George Elsey and Ada Hill, who have
been in Hot Springs for their health,
The school board of the independent
school district of Dalhart, has reelect
ed all teachers for next year, as fol
lows: Superintendent, H. E. Gable;
assistant, S. S. Gable; Miss Estelle Por
ter, Miss Ethel Farwell. Mrs. Durrell
Miller, Mrs. Grace Scarborrough, Miss t
Nellie Dillenger, Mrs. Lusiau Goss, i
Miss Meda .West, J. M. Anderson, Miss
Nora Anderson, Miss Mary Hannah;
musical director. Miss Pearl Daniel; ex
pression, Miss Nellie Turner.
J. A. Roberts, a farmer living south
of town ivas knocked unconscious by i
his team becoming frightened at an I
automobile. He was unloading a plow
and being unable to control his horses,
was thrown to the ground. He is re
covering. The Dalhart creamery, with Homer
Rowe as president, is making a record
as a successful business venture for
Dalhart. Cream from Logan, N. M., Tex
hoina, Texline and Tascosa, Tex., and
intermediate territory is arriving daily.
There are several hundred milk cows
being purchased by the farmers in Dal
Rorbert Gordon has sold a section
of land 15 miles east of here for $16 per
John McCanless, sheriff of Dallam
county, has returned from New York,
where he had been for the past three
weeks with extradition papers for
Chas. M. Meeks, charged -with swind
ling. McCanless failed to get the man,
habeas corpur proceedings having been
instituted to prevent his returning to
Texas. The case will come up before
the supreme court of New York on May
The Ice plant is running day and
night in order to Ice fruit trains from
California over the Rock Island tha.t
are now, in transit daily from that
Follow this advice.
Quaker Scotch Oats is the best of all
foods; it is also the cheapest. When
and Sir James Crichton Browne,
LL.D.-F.R.S. of London spend the
best parts of their lives in studying
the great question of the nourishing
and strengthening qualities of different
foods, it is certain that their advice is
absolutely safe to follow.
Professor Fisher found in his ex
periments for testing the strength and
endurance of athletes that the meat
eaters were exhausted long before che
men who were fed on such food as
Quaker Scotch Oats. The powers of
endurance of the non-meat eaters were
about eight times those of the meat
Sir James Gtichton Browne says
eat more oatmeal, eat plenty of it and
eat it frequently. 59
melically sealed tins for hot climates.
Hav Readv to Gut.
Fort Sumner, N. M.. May 4. George
Hollander, a tailor, has disappeared
from here and apprehension is felt for
his welfare- He Is said to have sold
his horse and buggy. His pressing
outfit has also disappeared. He was
last seen 10 days ago.
Work has been commenced on the
The :Lovelace building is nearing
The Dlckerman and Keep residences
H. C. Barrett has announced his in
tention of erecting a business block on
The alfalfa is nearly ready for the
harvest. There Is - a large , acreage.
Dick DeGraf tenried has installed a
large baling machine to handle his
The Land company reports that the
maintenance" fee is being paid this year
on 4046 acres.
The Paradise of the Pacific
est Irrigated Area In IVSexico
The li?fgma!!nal Realty Qompany of Kexict Gify
has bought, and offers for sale, 66.000 acres of the choicest Elver bottom
alluvium at "Bobeiama," State of SinaJoa, AJexico.
Abundant water from the Sinaloa River is delivered to each purchaser
at the highest point on his land- Land also fronts en ocean shore and two
harbors afford facilities for ocean transportation by coasting steamers.
Everything that one can expect to raise in this latitude can he grown
profitably here. Three crops of some kinds, if desired, and alfalfa, about
- Climate is ideal. Trade wind tempers summer heat, while nearn-ess to
ocean prevents frost and mean range of temperature is but 30 degrees,
60 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Elevation 20 to 40 feet above sea level.
Property lies about fifteen miles below the Samoa, or Naranjo Stations
of the R. Y. C. and Pacific Railway, to which a. spur track will be-built,
affording the best and lowest rates for freights and fares..
To those buying now, these lands will be sold at bed rock price of
320.00 U. S- Currency per acre, payable in three instalments, one-thinl
cash, ba'lance in one and two years with 89c per annum interest on deferred
payments. .All of the water required for irrigation of each tract will -be
furnished by the Bebelama Water Company at price of $2.00 U. S. Cur
rency per acre per annum perpetually.
General Henry Ide Willey, the distinguished Irrigation Engineer, in his
report upon this project, states that:
"In all respects it presents phenomenally favorable features, nothing
equaling it baa ever been found by me in all my extensive experience
The land i divided into tracts of about 60 acres area each, or 250x1000
meters, and not less than 30 acres can he bought until the contemplated
Town Sites are segregated.
For information concerning this land apply to
SNTERATIOWAL REALTY COMPANY
Mexico, D. F.
Douglas & Eaton on the land, or at Bamoa, Sinaloa, lexico.
Humbojdt Exploration Company, 50 Church Street, New York City.
A. P- Coles and Bros., El Paso, Texas, and Col. Allen T. Bird, of "Oasis,"