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Tuesday, Sept. 27, 191a
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VAUGHN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Vaughn, N. M., Sept. 27. The pub
lic school of Vaughn has an enrol
ment of 145 pupils, 38 more than last
year. A principal and two assistant
teachers are engaged. Another large
and comfortable room has been added
to the main school building.
Vaughn has for some -weeks been
patronizing the county fruit and vege
table growers. Wagons are every day
bringing in good apples, peaches, pump
kins, cantaloupes, beans and tomatoes
from Anton Chica and Puerto de Luna,
B W. Cotter is haTing the finishing
touches put upon Ills neat little cot-
A. Merrill has leased the Hotel Cen-i
tral on Tenth street.
C C Marshall of Kansas City, Mo.,
tv ho is largely interested in Vaughn
real estate, left this; morning, after a
few days' visit to his sons, Walter and
Mrs. Maggie McDonald of winslow,
Ariz., is here visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Cook.
A F. Hardie of Dallas, Texas, who
has been making a short visit to his
son, postmaster Hardie, has returned
home- m " .
E. G. McNabb of Amarillo, Texas, Is
here for a few days.
Mrs. A. E. Ducas and Miss Ida Edi
son have returned from a visit to
their parents in Dalhart, Texas.
That jolly old maid. Happy Hour.
Arkansas Lady Cannot Say
Enough "in Praise of Car-
dui, Which Did Her a
World of Good,
Mena, Ark. "I find Cardui to be all
you represent," writes Mrs. H. B. Tork,
of this city. "I suffered for nearly two
years, before I tried your remedy. I
5have been so relieved since taking Car
dui. I cannot Fay enough in its praise.
It has done me a world of good, and I
recommend Cardui to all women."
Similar letters come to us every day,
from all over the country, telling the
same story of benefit obtained from
Cardui, the, voman's tonic
This great remed3r is over 50 years
old, and is more in demand today than
ever. Cardui has stood the test of
time. It is the standard, tonic medi
cine, for women of every age.
The first thought, in female ailments.
Would .you like to be well and strong
again? Then take Cardui It can't pos
sibly harm you, and its record indicates
that it ought to help you.
Have you poor health? Cardui &as
assisted thousands of women to glow
ing good health.
Do you lack strength? Cardui is a
strength-building tonic for women.
Over a million women have benefited
by Its use. Can you think of any good
reason why you should not try it?
Alr vniir driiere'ist- He lenows.
pi- N. B: Write to; Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for
Women," sent In plain wrapper on re
quest. Is to feed your stock well if
you expect to got good serv
ice from tliem. We have the
right kind of feed at the
right prices. Prompt and
courteous treatment is a se
cret of our growing trade.
We would like to add you to
our list of satisfied custom
ers. Third and Chihuahua Sts.
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FORM A NEW PARTY
Platform indorses Initia
tive and Referendum and
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 27. The in
surgent Republicans of Dona Ana
county are engaged in the formation
of a new party, to be called the Pro
gressive Republican party of Dona Ana
county. At Las Cruces a meeting was
held to perfect a temporary organiza
tion, at which the following executive
committee was named: M. O. Llewel
lyn, Eugene Van Patten, B. J. Viljoen,
J. F. Bonham, E. C. Wade, Catarino Ar
mijo and R. E. Elliott. Morgan O.
Llewellyn was named as temporary
chairman and E. C. Wade jr. as tem
It was decided to send representa
tives to each nrecinct in the county for
the purpose of appointing precinct
chairmen and conducting a campaign
of education among the voters. These
precinct chairmen will meet in Las
Cruces at a date to be decided upon
later and, then organize as the Dona
Ana county Progressive Republican
party, the precinct chairmen to com
pose the county central committee and
to elect their chairman and secretary.
At the meeting in Las Cruces the fol
lowing platform was adopted:
"Resolved, That this organization is
formed for the purpose of securing the
Incorporation into the constitution of
the new state of New Mexico of the in
itiative, the referendum and the recall
in such form as will give effect to the
will of the people: a direct primary
law, inclusive of an advisory vote upon
the election of United States senators;
the creation of a state public service
commission to be elected direct by the
vote of the people; the election of all
state, district, county and precinct of
fleers, including the judiciary, by the
direct vote of the people; a constitu
tional provision prohibiting the sale of
any of the state public lands for a
period of 20 years, and the leasing of
said lands in larger quantities than 640
acres to any one person, association or
corporation for a longer period than
five years; the revision of our system
of taxation so as to secure a fair and
equitable distribution of the burden of
taxation as between the rich and the
poor and as between the different sec
tions of the new state; effective pro
visions for an absolutely secret bal
lot and which will give to each voter
the right of casting his vote uninflu
enced by fear or coerclpn.
"We favor the submission to the vot
ers of the new state of the prohibition
rule and demand strict fidelity on the
part of all officeholders to the per
formance of the duties of their several
"We deplore the efforts that have
been made by selfish office holders to
arouse race hatreds, and. denounce
those who have made such efforts as
public enemies and dangerous to the
community. We are unalterably op
posed to any law attempting to dis
franchise any citizen."
CRUCES WARDEN IS ISSUING
BIRD HUNTING LICENSES
Many El Pasoanf Fail to Get Permits
Preparations Made For Baseball
Game; Building Improvements.
, Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 27, Over 100
bird licenses have been issued bv the
deputy game warden during the past
two months, but only a very few of
these are to non-residents. 'El Pasa
people who are hunting in the lower
end of the county without a license
will have to pay up or they will ba
The A. Katzenstein soda water and
ice cream parlors are today being
moved from the Riley block into the
Mitchell block in the room formerly
occupied by the Flint pool halL This
change is being made temporarily on
account of the tearing down of the
old Riley block next month to make
room for a modern building, into
which Mr. Katzenstein will remove
when it is finished.
F. H White, of La Mesa, was a Las.
Cruces visitor yesterday and today.
W. D. Tipton went to El Paso last
evening, from which place he will go
to Tularosa for several days on busi
ness. Burk's show came up from !1 Paso
yesterday and sh6wed t6 a small crowd
here last evening. The parade was
given in the afternoon, accompanied by
a good band.
Deputy United States' marshal Harry
Bloom is out today, after the last per
son against whom a warrant has been
issued in relation to the timber cut
ting case of the reclamation service
against those who have been removing
the timber from the reserved land neat
the Leasburg dam.
Phoebus Frendenthal and wife, of
Solomonville, Ariz., who have been in
Mexico for the past two weeks, are
in the city, the guests of his brother,
Moris Freudenthal, and wife, at the
Don Bernardo hotel.
The last one of the cases against
the persons charged with cutting and
taking away timber from the reserved
land at the 'Leasburg dam will be
heard before justice of the peace Man
uel Lopez on Thursday, September
29. All of the men arrested will have
waived examination at that time and
the United States grand jury, which
convenes Monday, October 3, will take
up the cases.
The physicians of the city report
quite a number of cases of la grippe,
J many of them being of a severe na-
1 Bliss Freeman will leave this eve
ALL MY-PBXPLES G-ONE
"I was asnamed of my face," writes
Minnis Pickard of Altamahaw, N. C.
"It was all full of pimples and scars,
but after using D.'D. D. Prescription I
cansay tnat now there is no sign of
that Eczema, and that was three years
D. D. D. has become so famous as a
cure and instant relief in Eczema and
all other serious skin diseases that its
value is ?ome(times overlooked in clear
ing up rash, pimples, blackheads, and
all other minor forms of skin impuri
The fact is, that while D. D. D. is so
penetrating that it strikes to the very
root of Eczema or any other serious
trouble, the soothing Oil of Winter
green, Tnymol and other ingredients
are so carefully compounded, there is no
wash for the skin made that can com
pare with this great household remedy
Tor every kind of skin trouble.
D. D. D. is pleasant to use, perfectly
harmless to tne most delicate skin, and
absolutely reliable. It should always
be kept on hand. By a recent arrange
ment with the D. D. D. Laboratories of
Chicago, you can now get a trial size
for 25 cents. This will give you posi
tive proof of the vonderful effective
ness of this great remedy. Kelly & Pol
'ard, Sheldon Hotel.
ning for Berino and nearby points for
a trip of several days.
B. B. Jones and wife are expected in
Las Cruces next week from an ex
tended visit In California. Mr. Jones
was formerly in the drug business here
but now makes El Paso his home.
Committees from the Elks and the
K. C. lodges are making the final ar
rangements for the big baseball game
which will be pulled off some day next
week. This will be the- sporting event
of the season and will be attended by a
record breaking crowd. The mer
chants of Las Cruces will close their
stores on the afternoon of the game
so that they and their clerks and their
families can take in the event.
Thursday will see the usual large
crowd of Las Cruces people in El Paso
to visit the circus.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 27. Morris
Freudenthal and wife will return to
Las Cruces this evening from their
wedding trip, which has extended over
several cities in California and Ari
zona. Their last stop was at Safford,
Ariz., where they visited relatives for a
few days. They will be at home at the
Don Bernardo hotel.
Mrs. A. Jacoby will return this eve
ning from an extended visit in Los An
geles. She will meet the Freudenthal
party at Bowie and continue the jour
ney home with them.
Mrs. C. O. Hoffman spent Monday in
L. B. Crawford was in El Paso Sun
day making arrangements to move his I
family and household goods to Las
H. D. Bowman, president of the Bow
man Bank and Trust company, return
ed Sunday evening from St. Joseph,
Mo., where he had been for the past
week as a witness before the federal
court in a hearing of alleged land
frauds in Otero county.
Miss Alice Hill returned Sunday eve
ning from La Mesa, where she had
been the guest of friends for a few
R. H. Sims, receiver of the local
United States land office, is in Chicago
to spend several days with his brother,
who is district attorney for that dis
trict. Miss Edna Van Patten, of El Paso,
who has been visiting her uncle, Eu
gene Van Patten, at the Dripping
Springs resort, in the Organ moun
tains, for several days, returned to her
Mrs. L. L. Roberta has been confined I
to her home for a few days with a
F. M. Hayner, Bob Roberts, Miss I
Elizabeth Ferguson and Miss Fide Tate
drove out to Van Patten's Dripping
Springs resort in an automobile Sun
day, spending the day among the cool
retreats of the Organ' mountains.
refessor S. P. Mitchell, of the agri- j
cultural college chemistry department,
was an El Paso visitor Saturday and ,
J. A. Anderson, assistant registrar of I
the New Mexico college of agriculture
and mechanic arts, took In the base-
ball game at the Pass City on Sun
CRUCES G-HABTD JURY
IS DRAWN FOR TERM
Large Yenire Summoned for
Service on Territorial
Jury for Term.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 27. The fol
lowing is the venire drawn for the ter
ritorial grand jury for the coming term ".
!of court in this county: David Apo-
daca, William Isaacs, S. G. Kllgore, Ba- j
ciuo xeiies, victoriano Ortega, C. D.
Case, Santa Cruz Velarde. Jesus Barela I
jr., Emilio Ramirez, Paz Garcia, Jose
Ma. Ramirez, L. F. Elliot, Jesus Cha
vez, Antonio Montano, Manuel Her
rera, W. N. Hager, Albbino Martinez
jr., Ruferio Romero, Gregorio Esquibel,
Willim King sr., Lorenzo Alderete.
J Magdaleno Baca, Fabian Cardon, Inez
jevpouaca jr., jose i. jojoia, T. U.
Knight and William W. Cox.
The following Is the venire drawn
for the territorial petit jury for the
fall term of court: Canuto Apodaca,
Harry D. Nelson, Tiburcio Archuletta,
R. P. Porter, William G. Stewart, G.
A. Bennett Benigno Telles. Henrv Mer-
I ton, Silvario Almanzar, Francisco Do-
mmguez, Pedro Baca, Vicente G. Lu
cero. Charles Wilkinson. V. T. Wake-
I field. Severlano Olivades. Benito Bena-
) vidas, Alejandro De La O, Manuel Al-
day, Julian Montoya, Marcelo Barela,
F. H. White, Lauro Cadena, Ramon T.
Nevarez, 'Santos Candelario, Catarino
Armijo, Manuel H Nevarez, Agustln
Munoz, Damlan Rodriguez, Lucas Do
mlnguez, Antonio Montero, Victor Du
ran, Valenzuelo Barela, Lafayette
Clapp, Howard Guion, Jesus Sllva jr.
and Aurelio Cardon.
ASSAULT CASE IS APPEALED
BV LAS CRICES 3IAKT.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 27. Dave Sa
mona on Monday swore out a warrant
for the arrest of Petronito Camacho on
a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon, the fray having occurred on
Sunday. Petronito was arrested and
tried before justice of the peace Man
uel Lonez in nrecinet 20. Aftor A-s-am-
ining several witnesses, the justice as- j
sessed a fine of $5 and costs against
tfie defendant. Petrpnito's attorney
immediately gave notice of his inten
tion to appeal the case to the district
court and the appeal bond was placed
at ?100 and given.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N". M., Sept. 27. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have "been filed In the office of
the probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
The Sunshine Valley company of New
Mexico to A. O. Wynn, warranty deed
to lots 21, 22. 23 and 24, in block 35, of
the Mesa Heights addition No. 2 to the
town of Las Cruces. Consideration
Martin Martel to Mrs. E. E. Moreno,
warranty deed to a lot in precinct 3,
in the town of Las Cruces, said lot be
ing 110x119 feet in dimensions, lying
south and adjoining the street running
east and west past tbe Dr. Lane drug
store, bounded on the southby the
property of Jeff Isaacs. Consideration
One mortgage deed has been filed
in the probate clerk's office.
September 22 Son, born to Adolfo
L. Acosta and wife, at Las Cruces.
Mnrriajce Licences Issued.
John J. Jone, of Engle, and Vola Car
man, of Corban, Tex.
Aurelio Marquez, of San Marcial, and
Juanita Atencio, of Garfield.
Ramond Gil and Leonora Frietze,
both of Mesilla.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 27. Arrivals
at the Don Bernardo hotel A. McClin
tock, Rincon; Lee Elliott, Rincon; C. A.
Austin. Kansas City; S. W. Laub; S. E.
Beckett, Denver; E. Rolfe, Fort Worth;
J. W. Lery, San Francisco; Joe Caper
ton, San Francisco; M. Haupt. Chicago;
J. T. Milner, White Sands; R. M. How
ard, El Paso; B. D. Vates, Denver;
Pablo Melendres,' Dona Ana; Antonio
Anabel, Dona Ana; J. H. McCullougn,
New York city.
NEW MEX. A. & M.
IS BUSY COLLEGE
Professor Wooton Goes to
Washington; New Foot
Agricultural College, I. M., Sept. 27.
Professor E. O. Wooton, Mrs. Woo
ton and little daughter will leave for
Washington, D. C, tomorrow, where
they will spend the grater part of the
year. Prof. Wooton has been granted
leave of absence from college this
year. He, with the aid of Paul Stanley,
will make a deeper study and write a
book on the flora of New Mexico.
There has never been a complete
treatise on the plant growth and
zones of New Mexico. Prof. Wooton
has shipped a large collection of flora
specimens of the territory to Wash
Thomas Hawkins, a prominent stock
man, residing 10 miles west of Las
Cruces, has moved -his family to Me
silla Park, where he will put his chil
dren in school.
A. J. Sneed and Claude M. Henry
will drive across country to Lake Val
ley and other points.
George Newton has recently arrived
at college and will be office man for
the irrigation census taker of the ter
ritory of New Mexico.
Prof. S. R. Mitchell spent several
days in the Pass City on business.
Miss Geniveve Merriman, of Corpus
Christi, and Miss Gladys Merriman, of
Laredo, Tex., are visiting Mrs. Hunter
Lewis, a cousin of the latter Miss Mer
riman, at Mesilla Park.
Robert I. Dillon, student T. M. C. A.
secretary at the local association last
year, came in from Salina, Kan., by
way of Denver, and will visit college
friends for a few days, when he will
srn to El Paso, where he exoects to be
till January. In January he will take J
a position in the Y. M. C. A. at Dallas,
Owen Krueger has returned from his
home in Kansa,s City and will enroll
as a sophomore this year. Mr. Krueger
is president of the athletic association.
Miss Hazel Miller has returned from
Cascade, Colo., and will take charge
of the kitchen at McFie hall, the prin
cipal boarding quarters at the college.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis, who came from
southern Texas, will spend the winter
with their daughter, Mrs. W. S. Gilliam,
at Mesilla Park..
Sidney Howard., who was chosen cap
tain of the football team for this year,
has resigned his position and has with
drawn from school to take a position
withthe A. T. & S. F. railroad. Sewall
E. Merrill was elected captain in How
LAS GRUCES MAN
Judge Parker Orders Ainao
Membrilla Sent to Asylum
at Las Yegas, , '
c - - . - -
Las Cruces. N. M.. Sent, ,. Amao
Membrilla, a resident of Mesilla, was j
adjudged insane by judge F. W. Parker j
yesterday afternoon and ordered com- j
mitted to the asylum at Las Vegas, j
Dr. R, E. McBride was the examining
physician and found that the man was I
hopelessly afflicted. Membrilla had
been afflicted for over a month, but
the first evidence he gave of violence
waS on Sunday, when he ran around
ner his home threatening to kill every
person who came near him. He was
finally overpowered and turned over
to sheriff Felipe Lucero.
Best feature bilf, real vaudeville, t'ni3
week. Happy Hour. Good music.
3IETHODISTS AT DAYTON
HOLD QUARTERLY" MEETING
Railroad Agent Moves to California to
Live; Lecturer at Methodist
Dayton, N. M., Sept. 27. Rev.
J, B. Cochran, presiding elder of
the El Paso district of the M. E. church,
held a session of the fourth quarterlj'
conference at the Methodist church
A. S. Durrum, formerly local agent
for the Santa Fe at this statioi, has
taken a positron with the company at
Los Angeles, Cal.
G. R. Page lectured at the Methodist
church on prison life.
Miss Eleanor Griffes has gpne to
Carlsbad to attend school.
W. H. Thomas and family have gone
to Wichita, Kansas, to remain until
Poole Jackson of Arkansas is the
guest of his aunt, Mrs. M. Maucke.
F. X. Donovan, of Mexico City, is vis
iting in El Paso -with his nephew.
Adrian Pool, and other relatives.
The Philosophers and the
By a Staff Correspondent.
Dr. Safford, for many y.ears profes
sor of chemistry in the Medical Col
lege of the University of Nashville,
used to tell his students a fable the
moral of whicn was "prove it." Cer
tain wise men were gathered together (
to ascertain the explanation of a state
ment that when two glasses of water
of equal weight are balanced Vp the
beams of a balance scale and a frog
is then put in one vt the vessels the
balance remains the same, thus at
tempting to prove the -assertion that a
frog has no weight when immersed in
water. Each wise man had nis own ex
planation, and there as much heatea
argument and discussion. At length
one of the wise men said: "But is your
statement true? Let's prove it." Of
course when it came to proving it, they
So when you hear people say that
Coca-Cola is injurious, just ask them
ito prove it. They can't. Xobody can,
because it is not injurious. But on
the other hand it can be proved that
It is not -Injurious by chemical analy
sis. Or if you are not a chemist
yourself, wtoy not accept the verdict
of every competent chemist who ever
analyzed it? Eminent College and
University Chemists, Commercial Chem
ists, Government, State and City Chem
istsall have analyzed Coca-Cola and
not one has ever been able to find any
thing injurious in it. The very next
time you hear anyone say that Coca-Cola
contains deleterious ingredients tell
him to write the Coca-Cola! Co., Atlanta,
Ga., for a free copy of their booklet,
"The Truth About Coca-Cola." In the
meantime write for a copy for yourself
j ou will find it very interesting.
' BECOMES TOO SMALL
New Quarters Must Be Se
cured Before New Build
ing Is Constructed.
Las Cruces, rr. Si., rrept. 27. Las
Cruces is to have a federal building in
the near future which will accommo
date the postoffice, the land s office, the
United States commissioner's officrt
and other federal offices, but durins
the time which must intervene be
tween now and the completion of the
new building, it has 'been found to be
an imperative necessity that the post
office be moved into larger quarters.
The lease on the present room will ex
pire on August 1, 1911, and notice will
be posted next week asking for pro
posals to rent a suitable room from
E. Rolfe, of Fort Worth, who is as
sistant superintendent of the postoffice
supply department for the southwest
ern district, was in Las Cruces yes
terday conferring with postmaster,
Bramgan, and agreed with the post
master that larger quarters should be
secured. At present there are not
enough lockboxes to meet the demand,
besides the fact that the office force
is cramped into very small space and
unable to handle the mails with the
dispatch that should be used. As soon
as new quarters are secuVed the post
master will increase the call box and
the lock box space almost one-third
more than it is at present.
COLORADO CHILD KILLED
OX RAXCH XEAR THERE
Run Over by Ranch Wagon and Life
Crushed Out; Colorado Rebckahs
Hold Anniersary Celebration.
Colorado, Tex., Sept. 27. A little
Mexican girl about 12 years of age was
run over by a wagon oh the Van Tuyl
ranch and killed. The body was
brought to tpwn for burial here.
The Rebekah lodge celebrated its
50th anniversary September 20 with a
large attendance and a general good
Miss Duckworth, of Sweetwater, gave
a reading at the residence of J.' E.
Hooper. She was assisted with musi
cal numbers by Miss Bird Adams, Miss
Man Coe and Prof. Dawes.
Mrs. Leatherwood, of Ft. Worth, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Simmons.
Miss Lucile Stoneroad has returned
from Chicago, 111., and resumed her
class in music.
Miss Elsie Bertner, after a visit with
old friends, returned to her home in
Little Rock, Ark.
Mrs. M. A. Churchill is visiting in
Pecos, and Big Springs.
Mrs. A. B. Spain and son, Robert,
have returned from Weatherford,'
where they were called by the death
of Mrs. Spain's sister, Mrs. J. A. Pick
ard. Mrs. L. C. Dupree and daughter,
Miss Hallie, are visiting friends in San
J. S. Johnston and family have, re
turned from a trip to Minnesota, Illin
ois and Dakota.
Mr. Cavril, an engineer of the cream
erj' and ice plant, came in from El
Paso and will assist Jesse Barker in
making the test run.
Mrs. Henry Grantland and children
have returned from an extended visit
with relatives at Gatesvile and other
points in central Texas.
Misses Louise Roe and Mildred Cole
man left for Milford college. Miss Roe
will teach in the college and Miss Mil
dred Coleman will attend as a student.
Briedlove & Mj'ron Smith and An
thony Van Tuyl left for Sherman,
where they will enter Austin college.
Mrs. J. R. Collier and little son have
returned from a sit to east Texas.
BAND AT DALHART GIVES
AN OUTDOOR CONCERT
Young Folk Entertain at Dance"; Com
mercial Hotel Changes Management;
Personal News of the Town.
Dalhart, Texas, Sept. 27. The Dal
hart band gave an open air concert; a
large crowd attended.
The Commercial hotel has changed
hands. Miss Swannie Redding who
managed it for the past year, has given
it up and Mrs. J. A. Adamson,of Nara
Visa, has taken charge.
Miss Alma Hiler, of Oklahoma City,
is now a telegraph operator at the
Rock Island depot here. Miss Hiller is
working here during the asence of H.
B. Townsley, who has gone to Holten,
Kansas, on account of the serious ill
ness of his grandmother.
Miss Dell Ward, whp has been visit
ing W. G. Ehey apd family, has gone
to Memphis, Tenn. to spend the winter.
C. D. Williamson has gone to Spring
field, Mo., on an extended visit.
J. B." Reed, superintendent of the
Rock Island here, has gone to Topeka,
Kas., on business.
The young folks gave a dance at the
Felton opera house. There were about
40 couples present. The musicians
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Your out-of-order Stonracli
will feel fine in fire
Every year regularly more than a
million stomach sufferers in toe United
States, England and Canada take
Pape's DIapepsin, and realize not only
immediate, but lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will di
gest anvthinsr vou eat and overcame" a
j sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach five
If your meals don't fit comfortably,'
j or what you eat lies like a lump or eaa
in your siomacii, or it juu iictve ueai c
burn, that Is a sign of Indigestion. ,
Get from your Pharmacist a 50-cent
case of Pape's DIapepsin and take
were M. R. Farr, O. L. Tolzion, Will and
Miss Stathia Franey has returned
to her home in Little Rock, Ark., after
visiting Mrs. Chas. Peal for the last
Mrs. Z. E. Bray, who has been very
ill for the past month, is slowly im
proving. VALENTINE RANCHERS BUY
LARGE STOCK OF CATTLE
New Wells Drilled: Sunday Churci
Servisces; Many Visitor in Tovrn;
Valentine, Texas, Sept. 27. W. N.
Gourley, of Alpine, lias sold to C. O.
Couring and Tom Bybee 165 head xf
stock cattle. These cattle have been
delivered and will be grazed on Mr.
H. E. Middleton, of Marfa, conducted
services in the Union church Sunday.
P. M. Ewing's father is very ill. He
came here only a short time ago for
his health. They reside at the Pool
Homer Wood has returned from a
business trip to El Paso.
J. D. Jackson and J. R. Holland are
here from Alpine, coming through in
Mr. Jackkson's touring car.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Smith and D.
A. Smith have returned from an over
land trip to Sierra Blanca.
C. C. Janes is in Ft. Davis. Wm.
I Dougherty, of Alpine, accompanied
him from Marfa. They will figure on
the sub-let contracts for the new
, court house and jail.
M. E. Steel has'returned from a visit
with relatives in Dallas and Ft. Worth.
J. D. Soper u EI Tzzo is here look
ing after the business interests of his j
'J. J. Means has gone to Roswell to
hunt pasturage for cattle.
W. L. Cass has gone to the Cleve
land ranch, where he will put down a
Mrs. B. B. Jones and W. Twyeffort
have gone to Mr. Twyeffort's ranch for
household goods. Mr. Twyeffort will
make his home in Valentine.
3IOREXCI LODGE ORGANIZED
BY WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Coal Oil Explosion Causes Destruction
of Residence of James Bennett
Small Insurance Carried.
Morenci. Ariz., Sept. 27. John R.
Lyons, organizer for the Woodrnen of
the World, has been in Morenci for
the past two weeks and has succeeded
in adding abqut 20 new members to
the local order. About haff of this
number was initiated last Monday
night and the remainipg number will
be put through next meeting night
The W. O. W. are practically a new
order in Morenci and have made great
progress since first organized.
Fire destroyed the home of James.
Bennett on Longfellow hill. The cause
of the fire was an explosion of coal oil
which becarne ignited when James
Heyron .was lighting a stove. The
house was covered by insurance to the
amount of $750.
Mother's Pricnd is used before the coming of baby, and the healthy woraaa. eaa
remain a healthy mother. It is the only remedy that perfectly and thoroughly
prepares the system for healthy motherhood, and brings about a natural and
sasv consummation of the term. Women who use Mother's Friend are always
I raved much suffering when the littlo one
With no ill effects, or chronic troubles.
I her health by using Mothers Friend,
j THUS ure,gr ii ig ixux jjnysiucu uu.uuxu.uu.
for the hour of motherhood. This
medicine is for sale a drug stores.
Write for free, book for expectant
3BADFIELD EEGTJLATOE CO.,
a dose just as soon as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea,
Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness on
Intestinal griping. This will all go,
and, besides, there will be no sour food,
left over in the stomach to poison your
breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's DIapepsin Is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your food and digests it
just the same as if your stomach
Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery Is waiting for you at any
These large 50-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly cur
almost any case of Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion or any other stomach disorder.
BIG- SPEIGrS OPENS
NEW T. P. STATION
Wonderful Increase in Pop
ulation in 10 Years; Build
Big Springs, Tex., Sept. 27. The
Texas & Pacific new passenger station
was thrown open to the public and al
most every man, woman and child In
the city were present. When tne
grounds have been planted to grass
and trees it will add another beauty
spot to the city. An appropriate pro
gram of music, singing and speaking
was rendered. On the first floor are
the baggage room, the two waiting
rooms, toilet rooms, ticket office, lunch
and dining room, and a'well arranged
kitchen. On the second floor is the
office of the superintendent and his
chief clerk and aids, the office of su
pervisor of track department, the as
sistant superintendent, the chief dis
patcher and operators, and the furnish
ings of these several rooms are elegant-
This passenger depot is said to
be the best between El Paso and Fort
It is said a local resident has sold
SO acres of land In section 8, block 59,
in the 'Toyah oil basin," one-half mile
from the 4,gusher," at ?300 per acre
Experts have stated that all land in
section 3, block 59, is worth 15000 per
years ago Big Springs had 1400
citize.ns, today she has 5300, a net gain
of 278 percent, and more substantial
buildings completed this year than Jn
any prior year known, new railway
shops ?300,QOO, passenger deROt 75 -000,
courthouse and jail $57,000,
new city hall $15,000. the Eddins
building $25,000, new Baptist church,
church 25,000, the Cole hotel $80,000,
and many other substantial business
houses and residences.
That jolly old maid. Happy Hour.
Mutt and Jeff are with us. Another
appearance today on sport page. Every
day in The Herald hereafter.
Big feature bill. Happy Hour.
TITLE IS INVOLVED
District Judge May Have to
Settle Ownership of a
Stanton St. Block.
A trespass to try title suit involving
the three story biiiklin at llo North
Stantont street, occupied by Dawson &
Brown, has been filed in the" 41st district
court by Annie P. Krause against
Thomas D. Pryor, Charles W. Fagsett,
receiver, John p.. Frederfekj. Thgmas:
Aubry, Frances, Francis, and John P.
Pryor. The (property is part of the es
tate of Mrs. Fannie D. Porter, deceasd,
which was thrown into receivership pro
ceedings by Thomas Pryor.
The bearing of children is freiwatly
followed by ioor health for the
mother. -This "supreme crisis of life
finding her physical system unpre
pared for the demands of nature,
leaves her "with weakened xesistiYe
povrers and soetimes chrome ail
ments. This can be avoided if
arrives, and recover more quickly, aad
Every expectant motner snouia saieguars
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