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Fill -a bottle xr common glass "wij
urine and let. it stand twenty-four
liours; a sediment or settling- usually in
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kidneys, ."oo frequent desire to urinate,
scanty tipply, pain or dull ache in the
back, should also convince you that the
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What to Do.
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You may have a sample bottle of
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sent absolutely free by mail. Address,
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The, Total Cost of Buildings
' -Amounts to Over
Building Permits Monday ran way
over any one day for the month, 11
having been issued for Improvements,
to cost at least 520,678. This brings
the building for the month up several
pegs and, while the May record will
not be approached, yet the total show
ing for June will be a good one, com
pared with other months of rhe present
El Paso county C. 35. McGonagill and
wife to H. F. Boyken, survey 9, block 27,
surveys S, 4, 6. 7. 14, 15, block 2S, El
JPaso county public school land; con
sideration ?10,000; April 16, 1910.
El Paso County. H. F. Boykin and
wife tto C. B. McGonagill, 418 acres
in blocks 27 and 36, El Paso county
sch&ol land; consideration 10,000; April
Southwest corner south Kansas and
11th streets, Campbell Addition. San
tiago Alvarado and wife to Mrs. R. J.
S. Pontius, lots 1 to S inclusive, block
25, Campbell addition; conslderattion $1;
June 13, 1910.
Socorro, Tex., Grant. Mrs. Barbara
McCullough and Samuel Aztalos to C.
O. Coffin, surveys 34, 91, 202, 245, con
taining 1S.9 acres each in Socorro town
grant; consideration 1500; June 10,
va Paso Countv. Chas. L. Gass . to 1
riand t.. Gass. sections 42. 43, 44, block
43. section 4, block 53, EI Paso county;
consideration 2560; Dec 28, 1909.
Ysleta Grant. Chas. A. Sears and
wife to TV. C. Crawford, five tracts in
,-Ysleta town grant, containing a total
of 8.15 acres; consideration 1375; June
1, 1910. '
Ysleta Grant. Alberto P. Rodriguez to
John Sears, one-third interest in five
tracts containing S.lo acres in Ysleta
town grant; consideration 333.33; June
Socorro Grant. Cecilio Cadena ad
ministrator to Ellzarlo Garcia, two
tracts in Socorro grant, containing 16
acres; consideration, exchange of prop
erty; March 28, 1905.
El Paso County. G. H. Cox to A. A.
Cox, lots 16, 17, block 4. Van Horn. Tex.,
consideration 500; June 9, 1910; A. A.
Cox to G. H. Cox. 320 acres of school
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slowed down and the aeroplane began
"When the train ran ahead of him and
then slowed down to let him catch up,
the incessant musketry fire of his mo
tor could be heard faintly- It seemed
a little irregular, but nobody guessed
the truth until Hamilton told it to his
When he was 1500 feet above the
waters of the Kill "Von Kull so high
that, he could not see the Jersey shores
through the fog oqe of his right eight
1x-inr?oT-3 TTnt Visrl (in Viim nrirl TiA'V'Ar"
elyinders went back on him and never
picked up again for his whole journey.
The train was nearing Trenton and
Hamilton began to mount higher and
Here was the worst spot of his jour
ney. Here was the wide Delaware river
to cross with steep banks at either
side; here was a broad city with no path
dividing It but the railway tracks; and
here was the possible danger of those
erratic air currents that often follow
a river. Moreover the railroad tracks
were depressed in a deep cut and
spanned by freqnent bridges.
Hamilton planned to go up 2000 feet
in crossing Trenton. In fact, he rose
onily to 500.
""When I began to climb," he said, "I
found the wind blowing head-on, and
blowing much harder, too. Throughout
any trip it was the same way. That Is
why I flew at a nearly uniform level
of 250 feet."
The Wind Reslatence.
The theory of these ascents over an
obstacle of wide area but of- insignifi
cant height Is that In a properly ee
cuted glide, the abator can move for
ward 3 feet for every foot he de
scends so that if he only goes up high
enough he can always be sure of clear
ing his danger path, even should his
motor suddenly fail.
Now the train was beginning to fl'-t
through the suburbs of Philadelphia.
The crowds increased untH they hid the
hillsides and fringed the roofs like
black netting. Hamilton left the train
to go to the aviation field. Instead of
alighting, he circled the field four times
slowly, to give the people a full chance
to see Him, and then settled with h's
famous glide that made the crowd catch
Men, women and children rushed for
il:a as suon as he settled and It took a.'l
The big squad of mounted police to pro
tect him and his machine.
Hamilton stepped to earth, boyish anJ.
diffident- Mayor Reyburn and governor
Stuart were there to exchange mes
sages for those carried by Hamilton
from governor Hughes and mayor
After luncheon, Hamilton was back
to the field and off again before the
special train could be disentangled from
the jRTd. where it was sidetracked. It
looked like rain and Hamilton wished
to take nc chances. But in his hurry he
overlooked a i-riu.iion that later cost
bin, an unic:i.ing dvsoent. He forgot to
land adjoining the town section of Van
Horn; consideration 10; June 8, 1910.
Boracho, Tex. J. "W. Balke, trustee,
to R. L. George, lot 8, block i53, Boracho,
Tex.; consideration 30; Jam 27, 1910.
Orchard Park. Frank R. Tobin to L.
E. Booker, lots 4 to 8, both inclusive.
block 6, Orchard Park addition; con
sideration 1200; June 2, 1910.
Incensed to "Wed.
Santiago. Albeeta and Lulsa Arcluleta.
To Albert Rodriguez to build a one
story brick residence on Roosevelt ave
nue, between lot 22, block 34, Sunset
Heights; estimated cost 3500.
To Rafael Flguerba to build a four
room brick residence on south Ochoa
street, between - Third and Fourth
streets, Campbell addition. Estimated
T. F. Brenk to build a shed in rear
of residence at corner of Alameda ave
nue and Poplar street, East El Paso;
estimated cost 18.
To M. P.. Schuster to rebuild two
story porch orrSProvidence hospital at
northwest cor.ner of Upson avenue and
north Santa Fe street estimated cost
To Mrs. M. J. Hitchcock, to build a
one story brick residence at the cor
ner of Prospect avenue -and west Boule
vard; estimated cost 6S00.
To Casimiro Chasco to build an adobe
residence on' south Campbell street, be
tween 10th and 11th streets, Campbell
addition; estimated cost 50.
To J. H. Bowman to build a porch on
rear of residence on Boulevard, between
A-nge and Octavla streets, Franklin
Heights addition; estimated cost 160.
To C. F. L. Bock to build a four room
u4.w '"'- " -X Z?C. Z I I
between Third and Fourth streets; ,
estimated cost $1600.
To H. H. Bailey to build a screened
porch on rear of residence at 333 west
Missouri street; estimated cost $100
To F. C. Christian to build a two
room frame residence on Manzana ave
nue, between Luna and Grama streets".
East El Paso addition; estimated cost
To otto p
Kroeger and company to
build a one story and basement con
crete building to be used by Holmes
Cleaning and Dyeing works, at north
west corner of Ochoa and Texas streets.
Campbell addition; estimated cost $6500.
READY TO POUR
Derrick Is Eeared for Pur
pose of Paising the
From the appearance of the Mills
building basement Monday afternoon
the water problem for El Paso had ap
parently been solved. Mexican work
men were busy pouring water out of
the hole which had been dug to build
the derrick from. The floor of the
basement was also flooded with water,
and it was reported that a flowing well
had been struck in the basement of
the big skyscraper. Instead of a Tell of
flowing water, a broken water main
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clean his spark plugs.
There was no sign of anything wrong,
however, as he soared straight Into the
distance and in five minutes he had
vanished in the haze.
The speclail train was 10 minutes late
in getting away. Then followed the
most exciting incident of the day, at
least for the spectators. For 30 minutes
the special tore after the aeraplane at
a speed sometimes touching 75 miles an
hour before Hamilton was sighted. In
those 30 minutes 34 miles were covered.
At the end of the -40th mile, the train
was abreast of him, two miles to the
east of Princeton Junction. In the first
hour he covered 52.1 miles. It was no
ticeable, however, when his exhaust be-,
came audible that his- engine was miss
ing again. Then he had to stop.
Leaving South Amboy he headed east
for Staten Island, crossed the Jvui von
Kull, whirled over the island, and a
quarter of an hour after he had started,
was in sight of his landing place. To
the little knot of faithful who waited
for him on the Island, he came Into
sight at 6:35. He landed, thoroughly
j tired out, grimy but smiling and cool.
To his friends who gathered about him
he eplained his misadventure at South
Amboy. "When the engine failed the
aeroplane was badly mired In landing
but Hamilton called for volunteers, who
carried the machine on their shoulders
through slime waist deep to a stretch
of level roadway, where he could make a
good getaway. "With clean spark plugs
and a new propeller he had no further
Cross Country Flight.
Jefferson City, Mo., June 14. A cross
country aeroplane flight from St.
Louis to Kansas City will take place
July 18 for a prize of at least 10,000.
This announcement followed a confer
ence yesterday afternoon. A commit
tee was named to fix the route and it
is generally understood that the line
of the "Wabash railroad will be fol
lowed. From six to 10 stops will be
allowed. The flight must be completed
within 36 hours.
To Fly 34 Miles.
Kansas City, June 14. On next "Wed
nesday, June 15, J. C. Mars In a 24
horse power Curtiss biplane will at
tempt a flight fromeLawrence, Kas., to
Overland Park, a suburb of this city, a
distance of 34 miles.
Balloonist Has To Alisht.
St. Louis, Mo., June 14. John Berry,
who started Saturday in a balloon as a
contestant for the Lahm cup has re
turned. Saturday nijrht he landed at
j Maystown, 111. He made a second ascen
sion Sunday but adverse vind currents
caused him to descend in Missouri.
Xew Altitude Record.
Indianapolis, Ind., June 14. The
world's aeroplane record for altitude
was broken at the aviation meet here
late yesterday by "Walter Brookins in
a "Wright biplane. He rose to a height
of 4384 feet. The former record was
held by Paulhan, who reached an alti
tude of 4165 feet at Los Angeles.
Brookins was in the air 35 minutes.
from the city service had flooded the
The concrete lifting derrick Is being
built for lifting and distributing the
concrete mixture to the different parts
of the big steel skeleton when it is
A XO. 1 TALKED TOO
MUCK; DETECTIVES L.AXD HI3I.
A No. 1 is in trouble again. The
famous tramp who made faces out of
Irish potatoes is reported to be In jail
at Raton, N. M. The tramp who left
his arrow mark all over El Paso owes
his present unpleasantness to his talk
ative disposition. The famous hobo
boasted after his last trip by way of
the Santa Fe that the Ripley line was
the softest one to steal a ride on of
any in the land.
The Santa Fe detectives heard of this
and started on a still hunt for A No. 1.
He was caught on board the fast lim
ited, riding the blind baggage and was
locked up, according to the report fro.ii
Santa Fe. When he serves his time In
Raton the detective force of the Santa
Fe are going to shadow him until he
leaves their- line.
The next time Mr. A No. 1 tells how
easy it is to ride on the Santa Fe he
won't, the detectives say.
CONTRACT LET FOR A
V " NEW APARTMENT HOUSE.
The contract for the Frank Scotten
apartment house on the corner of
Campbell and Arizona street, has been
let to L.-F. Clark. "Work will begin on
it at once in order that It may be ready
j to occupy before fall.
SL'TZ BUILDIXG PROGRESSES.
Th' cnnrf fir.- n 1 c?v... ..., z,
I w mvwk ..vji. VA. UIC tJllllLT. Hill n,
ing is now being poured and the sup-
ports and boxing f or the columns and
mftf art nnw Tsi3n ..J3
Fine green corn at Ardoln's.
COLLECTION OF FIRE
Among the local Insurance agents it
was reported Tuesday that the fire 'in
surance companies doinsr business in
Texas had ratified the action of the
state fire rating board in ordering the
new schedule of raJes suspended until
the hearing at Austin, June 21. This
would mean that no effort will be made
to collect the new rates until the fire
board has gone over fni law and the
schedules. However, no advice has-been
received by the Ioch' agents of the com
panies Instructing them U postpone the
collection of the rates
Fine green corn at Ardoln's.
SPECIAL TRAIN FOR
MEETING AT PUEBLO
The chamber of commerce is sending
out reutrn postcards In the interest of
the excursion to Pueblo in September
for the National Irrigation congress.
The cards ask for a reply on the return
portion in order that arrangements
mux bejnade for the trip to Pueblo and
return. If a sufficient number agree
to go a special train will be taken and
parked during the congress.
COUNTY MAY REPAIR THE
ROAD LEADING TO PARK
lbnday afternoon the county com
missioners frave instructions to 'county
road engineer Xunn to go over the road
from the intersection of Alameda avenue
and 0J3ahonia street to Evergreen ceme
tery and return an estimate of the cost
of resurfacing it with asphalt macadam.
T. C. Moon was atmainted rcnA mis-
j todian in the absence of Mr. Taylor, at a
salary or au iper month.
Pat Dolan was appointed foreman jo'
oversee the work on the Clint-Fabens
road at $80 a month.
The county judge ms authorized to
make a contract wifcli county attorney
TV. W. Bridgers relative to "the collec
tion of delinquent county taxes.
French. Newspaper Man in
Bisbee Store Manager
Bisbee, Ariz., June 14. Superintend
ent F. Towle. of th pbiisiir. states that
all the census work for Arizona will J
be complete by June 15, all cities and
towns having been counted. A few agri
cultural districts are incomplete.
A subscription will be raised by the
local Italian colony to help the families
of the victims of the recent earthquake
in south Italy.
Gastone Palageant, a French writer,
who is in Bisbee, has spent several
months traveling throughout the south
west and Mexico as a special represen
tative of "Le Gaulois" of Paris, France.
He will write a series of articles in
that paper about the country he has
Immigration inspector Dayton passed
through Bisbee with a Mexican woman
known as Octaviana, who has been or
dered deported. She has been deported
five times from Arizona. 0
The merchants and business men of
Bisbee who have employed boys in dis
tributing advertising matter or posting
bills have been notified by city mar
shal "Watkins that they must hire
licensed billposters for that work.
L. Hark, a 15 year old girl, had her
arms scalded by the upsetting of a pan
of boiling water.
R. Jacson, P. Lind and H. Anderson
were arrested on the charge of driving
an automobile over the speed limit.
H. E. Spicer, who has been managtr
of the furniture department of the
Copper Queen store, will leave -joon for
Honolulu, having accepted a similar
position with the firm of T. Kopp &
Co., which conducts a largo business
in the Hawaiian islands.
Harry Calisher has returned from
Dr. Hagan, who has been in Blsbeo
for several years, will leave soon for
"Wichita, Kan., where he will locate per
manently, practicing with his brother
Miss Nellie Sydam has returned from
Phoenix, Ariz., to locate permanently 'n
B. Lyons and T. it. McGrarh, who
were residents of Bisbee for many
years, are visiting her?.
Defeats Rebels and Issues
Screed Against Ameri
New Orleans, La., June 14. Advices
received here by representatives of the
titular government in Nicaragua state
that Cape Gracios has been taken by
the Madrlz forces.
San Juanu del Sur, Nic, June 14.
! President Madriz, it is said, has sent a
message to president Taft with refer
ence to the action of the American
naval commander at Bluefields since
the capture of the bluff by the govern
Madriz declaresfcJiat Bluefields would
have been occupied immediately but
for the commander of the American
gunboat Paducah, who announced that
he would oppose this by force of arms.
The attitude of the American com
mander thus enabled the revolutionists
to leave the town and to concentrate
their whole force against the single
As a result of the capture of the
bluff, Dr. Madriz points out, the cus
tom house fell into the hands of the
government, but the American com
mander ordered the payment of duties
to the new revolutionary custom house
up the river. He twice threatened to
sink the Maximo Juarez (formerly the
Venus) If It attacked Bluefields pr fired
upon rebel ships flying the American
Watermelons on Ice at Ardoln's.
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tlon service engineers to begin work at
According to officials of the reclama
tion service now in the city, the govern
ment will have to be notified officially
of the action of the court, when the
award nioney, already set aside, vrill be
deposited and work ytIII then begin. The
engineers ought to be able to get theirJ
men on the work some time within the
Engineer W. M. Reed, who has charge
of the district for the reclafcnation serv
ice, has been attending the hearing at
Socorro. He wired his office In El-Paso
Tuesday at noon as follows:
Socorro, X. 31., June 14.
Court has approved award nnd made
a special orHer giving the government
possession of the property on deposit of
the sum named in the award.
TV. 31. Reed
Mr. Itced is epected to return to his
office "Wednesday morning and Immedi
ately begin preparations for the work
on the flam.
Frank Hearst, a young miner
who has been missing for the
last few days, has written his
landlady that he left Bisbee. be
cause he had engaged n'mself to
three different girls, all of whom
he loved, and that not being abi?
to decide which to mavy, he
preferred to go away.
. . A . A . .. ,. A .. A A .
AMERJCAX AVOMAX FACES
CHARGE OF CHECK FORGERY
Maggie Gillette, an 'American woman
was arrested at the union station Tues
day inoritlng by officer Hord. a" charge
of forgery was registered against her
at the police station. She is alleged to
have Issued checks of uncertain value
at Sierra Blanca.
Citj'- assessor and collector Behr and
his force have been at work sending out
notices to delinquent taxpayers notify
ing them that if they do not pav fche'ir
taxes, levies will he made. This has in
creased the receipts of the tax office con
siderably. TEXAS OFFICIAL DOMINATED.
Washington, D. C, June 14. Presi
dent Taft today sent to the senate the
nomination of James AY. Ownby to be
United States attorney for the eastern
district of Texas
O. J. Simon, vice president of the
Western Coffee company, has gone to
Chattanaago, Tenn.. as a delegate to the"
T. P. A. national convention.
EL PASO TO IE
Wl R E LESS
Lecture in Chamber of Com
merce Wednesday to-
Wireless for El Paso has at last
been secured. The public demonstra
tion to be given at the chamber of
commerce tomorrow evening (Wednes
day) will .pave the way for both the
wireless telephone and telegraph for
this city and surrounding country.
It is proposed to rent or lease wire
less telephones to the ranchman,
farmer and miner, who cannot get the
wire phone. The trains and automo
biles will also carry the wireless. It
is not proposed to furnish wireless
telephones for the immediate future
to those who have the wlru service.
The erection of a tall tower on some
building, or from the ground, will
place all wire telephone subscribers in
communication with distant points by
Such service will be very cheap as
compared to the present wire system.
Wireless requires no poles, no wires,
no franchise and no rightofway. Cost
of maintenance and operation will be
Belegrams will be sent by wireless
to some 40 odd stations alrAoriv in
ujjcid.iiun, ana wnen Texas is fully
equipped both the telephone and tele
graph will be in general use. thereby
saving the people of El Paso thou
sands of dollars annually in tolls.
"Wireless Is now a commercial fac
tor," declared Mr. J. B. Dickinson,
state manager, today. "We are going
to supply those who cannot get the
wire service first, but later on we ex
pect to cover the entire field. We are
not in competition tAth the wire sys
tem in any sense. Our field of opera
tion Is many times greater and more
profitable, and we hope to give every
boat, train and automobile the service
before entering the local field. We
are not 'fighting' the' wire people, and
they, of course, find no fault with us
so long as our field is closed to them.
El Paso will soon have the system in
Watermelons on ice at Ardoln's.
ItAS CRUCES AND
LAS CRUCES WILL
CELEBRATE JULY 4
Preliminary Plans Made;
Many Speakers and
Las Cruces, N. M., June 14. Las
Cruces will celebrate the Fourth of
July. Arrangements are being made and
the program has been outlined. Many
amateur sports will be arranged of the
usual fun making order to entertain
the big crowds which are expected to
be present from all parts of the val
ley. The preliminary program so far as
has been arranged follows:
Patrons Frank W. Parker, sheriff
Phlllipe Lucero, district prosecuting at-
torney W. H. H. Lewelllyn. county and
probate clerk Isidoro Armljo. district
clerk Jose Lucero, H. B. Holt, H. L,.
Young. Gen. B. J. AJiljoen. and Jose
Committee D. A7", Peacock, chair
man; E. E. Albrino, T Pouault,'' jr., John
R. May and Frank Lucero, secretary.
Starters; James Sutherland, E. B.
Morino, Core .Bennett, Arolney Potter.
Cel. W. Vlljoen and S. P. Ascarate.
Judges for the ' athletic events Os
.car Lohman, Estaven Lucero, Dr. R. E.
McBrlde and B. Morino.
Judges for horse , races Felipe Lu
cero, Ramon Nevares, Ellas Spears and
C. AT. Willis.
Speakers H. B. Holt, I. lArmijo, R.
L. Young, J. Paxton and Mark B.
(The International band will be In at
tendance. There will also be a 200 yard flat
race; 100 yard flat race; 100 yard wo
men's race: 120 yard three legged race;
sack race: 100 wd clothes race: pota
to race; tng of Tar on foot between
six Americans and six Boers; the res
cuing the wounded under fire; tug of
war, on horseback, six contestants on
each side: melee de rose; goat roping
contest: 300 yard pony race; horse
rripp: committe race; consolation race t
to all losers.
The committee has settled on the
grounds for the races and contests, but
the other features of the day will
doughtiess be held in the park and
SHERIFF AT LAS CRUCES
. BUILDS XEW RESEDEXCE
Las Cruces, X. M., June 14. Sheriff
Philippe Lucero Is having the founda
tion for a dwelling laid on his prop
erty on the east side of Alameda road,
which he expects to occupy as soon as
WORK STARTS OX THE XEAA
BUXGALOW AT LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, X. M., June 14. Xunia
C Frenger has let the contract for the
erection of a bungalow on his Las
Cruces avenue property. The ground
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those peculiar affections incident to women, but those
wanting full information as to their symptoms and
means of positive cure are referred to the People's Com
mon Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages, newly revised
and up-to-date Edition, sent free on receipt of 21 one
cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only; or, in cloth
binding for 31 stamps.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
Persons afflicted with catarrh and
stomach trouble will no doubt be Inter
ested in a statement recently made by
Mrs. Margaret Jd. Jewel, living at 612
North Twenty-third street, Mattoon,
111., who is but one of many thousands
was broken Monday and the building
will be pushed to completion.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M., June 14. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed with the recorder
of Lona Ana county:
A. R. Iaughenbaugh to Ettie Baugh
enbaugh, warrants deed tothe west half
of the ooutlrwest quarter of section 32,
township 25, south of range 3 east, con
taining 80 acres; consideration $1 and
love and affection; dated May 28, 1910.
Ag'pito Herrera io Eulogia Herrera,
warranty deed to one-half of a lot In
the town of Las Cruces, area 12 1-2 by
25 aras; consideration 1; dated June
Sunsh'ne A'alley company to jLora
McMaster, warranty deed to lot 8 in
block 11 of Mesa Heights addition;
consideration $25; dated May 20. 1910.
Fur-shine A'alley company too Hennoa i
Haber, warranty deed to lots 9. 10, 11 1
and 1?,' In block 11 of Mesa Heights
addition; consideration $100; dated May
20, 193 0
J. T. Miller to Mrs. L. L. Fortune,
warranty deed to lots 4 and 5, In block
28 of Miller's Washington park ad
dition: consideration ?1 and other valu
ables, dn'td Xovember 26, 1909.
J T Miller to Mrs. L. L. Fortune,
warranLy deed to lots 6 and 7, 4n block
2S of ?.lukrs Washington park addi
tion, consideration $1 and other valu
ables, cfled Xovember 26. 1909.
L. H. A'anderwerf to R. L Edwards,
warranty deed to lots 13 to 19, and
?1 to ::C, .'ii block 70, and 13 to 17, and
32 to 36, in block , and lots 13 to 24.
la block 57 of Miller's College park ad
dition: consideration ?1 and other val
uables: dated May 15, 1910.
L. H. A'anderwerf to Wreatha J.
Xance. warranty deed io lots 21, 22, 23
and 4 in block 36 of Miller's College
park -addition; consideration 1 and
oMier "ala les; dated June 11. 1910.
L. H. A anderwerf to Marquis L.
liUms. warranty deed to lots 25, 26, 27
ar.d 2S, :n block 36 of Miller's College j
park ad: tion; consideration $1 and
other valuables; dated June 11, 1910. j
L. H. A anderwerf to Gus Marten,
jf warranty deed to lots 42 and 44, in
block 33 of Miller's College park addl- :
ton: c"m-nl ation 1 and other valu- ?
ables; dated May 11, 1910. i
ITnrrlacre Licenses Issued. S
Font's go Perez and Josefa Salaris.
Xieanor Ramlres and Patricia Afontes.
Juan Madrid and Ana Maria Berela.
Evangalista S. d& Ramirez.
LAS CRITCES LOCAL XEWS.
Las Cruces. X. M., June 14. Miss i
Fannie Ford, teacher in A. & M. col
lege, left Monday- for Berkeley, Cal.,
where she will attend the summer nor
mJ. G. W. Spencer, of Silver City, was
transacting business in Las Cruces,
R. H. Hannum, of the lower valley,
was a business visitor in Las Cruces
John H. Morgan, the telephone pro
moter, and wife, of El Paso, were In
the city Monday. AY. E. Baker took them
in his touring car to the Organ moun
tains. The Las Cruces Music club held Its
last meeting for the season Monday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. AY.
The work of grading is progressing
rapidly on Alameda road. The heavy
I fill at the terminus of Lucero avenue
! is nearly completed.
ManMn Lohman leaves soon for
Southport, Me., to join his family for
the summer. He will be gone about 60
days. His niece. Miss Mary Carson,
will also leave with him for her home
at Orange, X. J., for the summer.
LAS CRUCE HOTEL ARRIVALS.
L.i? Cruces. X. M., June 14. TJie fol
lowing guests are registered at hotel
Don Barnardo: G. W. Spencer, Silver
City AY. H. Shelper, Denver; C. E. Lex
er, Denver; K. B. allatt. El Paso;
Casper Giron and wife, San Ellzarlo,
Tex.: AY A. Trayler, El Paso; Mrs. M.
T. Murray. Terra gas; Charles Worth
Ington. .'.:ii,f.ueique; Wm. Palmer, jr.,
Rhifon Hugh f lary, Mesilla Park.
Park hotel: J. Ramlsky. EI Paso;
Sclbyukoops, Cananea. Mexico; Mrs.
L- W. Waddell, El Paso: Robert Hemy
ton, Columbus; Thomas .S. Kerr, El
ii ii am lA,2r
of persons who have testified to tha
curative qualities of the Cooper reme
dies. Mrs. Jewel says:
"I am 55 years of age and have suf
fered from catarrh nearly all my life.
My stomach was in a deplorable condi
tion. I suffered terribly from Indiges
tion and nervous trouble- I was all
run-down, and though I tried many
remedies nothing afforded more than
"Finally I wa$ persuaded to give
Cooper's New Discovery a trial, and pro
cured a bottle from my druggist. Its
effect was immediate and I soon felt
like a different woman. After having
taken six bottles I am today enjoying
x'ery good health.
"My husband who has suffered a
great deal with rheumatism, has also
taken Cooper's New Discovery, and it
has afforded him, great relief. Wo both
agree that there 13 nothing to compare,
with this splendid medicine."
No person with a strong, healthy
stomach need be sick; on the other hand
no one can expect 0 enjoy good health
with a stomach that is weak and degen
erated. The stomach is the most im
portant organ in the human system, and
is responsible for the majority of the
Ills of mankind, due almost wholly to
negleot and abuse.
Cooper's New Discovery makes weak
ntoraaohsStrong. We have a heavy de
mand for this preparation. Kelly dt
BANK, HOTEL AND STORE
UTtGED FOR SAN AXWMO
A. H. Hilton Is Promoting; Enterprises;
Town Celebrates Annlrersnrv With
Fiesta; Personal Xjws Notes.
San Antonio, X. M., June 14 The
erection of a new b-ick building for
hotel purposes, and also a stor-, i be
ing urged by A. H. Hilton, who Is q
deavoring to organize a nev banx
The station agent of the Santa Fe
Railway at this place has been trans
ferred to Flera, X. M exchanging
agencies with the agent there.
San Antonio celebrated Its anniver
sary with a fiesta. A dance was given
at thp Hilton hall.
J. E. Dowling, of the School of Mines,
Socorro, who has been visiting here,
will go to Chicago, his former home.
Miss Susie Scott and Miss Felice
Hilton have gone to Socorro to attend
the teachers' institute.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Allaire have as
their guests Mrs. and Miss Tyler, of
East Orange, X. J. They -vill remain
here for several weeks.
Doctor Shot by Teamster.
St. Louis, Mo., June 1. Dr. John M.
Grant, one of the best known physi
cians of-this city, was shot twice ani
perhaps fatally wounded by A. AT.
Rayne. a teamster, yesterday. A steno
grapher at Dr. Grant's office said the
shooting followed Dr. Grant's orders to
the driver to move Jiis wagon from the
Fine green corn at Ardoln's.
FREE HERALD COUPON
This Coupon will admit one per
son free if accompanied by one
GOOD FOR TOXIGHT OXLY.
A Good Rule to Follow
Buy your grain here and
you will never be disap
pointed in quality, as we
make it a point to see
that nothing but the
best enters our stock.
The better judge of
quality you are, the
more pleased.we will be
to serve you.
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EI Paso Pasteur Institute
For Prcvemtlve Trentxaent
325 SAX AXTOXIO STREET.
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