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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Jaii29, 1913
WOMEN BET HIGHTS
President of Women's Fed
eration of Clubs Is Believer
in Woman Suffrage.
"There can be Be progress until the
women are given their rights, and a
ountry wnere women get so low as
th camp followers of the Mexican
n-m are saM to be, cannot hope to be
re.it until it women are free. I-am for
omans suffrage, as all truly pro
resive women are In America. But
Enjoy Your Meals
One of the Most Important Questions
to Consider in the Search For
Happiness ami Health.
If your stomach cannot digest your
food, what will? Where's the relief?
The answer , is in Staart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, because, as all stomach trou
bles arise from indigestion and because
one ingredient of, Stnarfs Dyspepsia
Tanlets is able to thoroughly and eom
pletily digest 3000 "fains of food, does
n. t it stand to reason that these tablets
axe going to digest all the food and
whatever food you put into your stom
ach' Ton Can Eat "With the Appetite of a
Lusty Youngster, If You Help Your
Science nowadays can digest food
without having it enter the stomach at
all. And Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are
the result of this scientific discovery.
They digest and digest thoroughly and
well, anything and everything you eat.
The burning question to you is, "Are
you getting out of life all the pleasure
and the health you are entitled to?" If
not. "why not?
No matter whether every organ and
member of your body is in a sound
state of health and strength, if your
stomach is in any way disordered, you
are not going to be "yourself." You
are going to be a worried, out-of-sorts,
nervous or sullen Individual, whose ac
tions will reflect your condition In
side, and people will naturally avoid
So, if your stomach refuses to work
or can't work, and you suffer from
eructations, bloat, brash, fermentation,
biliousness, sour stomach, heartburn.
Irritation, indigestion, or dyspepsia of
whatever form. Just take one or two of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and see the
difference. It doesn't cost you much to
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want, what you want, whenever you
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can look the whole world in the face
with a beaming eye and you will have
a. cheerful spirit, a pleasant face, a
vigorous body and a clear mind and
memory and everything will look and
taste delicious to you. That's life.
Get a 50-cent box of Stuart's Dyspep
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in a Maii?s Eyes
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This, reader, applies to you. It
means I am here hinting at a mar
velous power or force -which you can
easily avail yourself of and which
might mean for you all the differ
ence between future years of health,
strength and bubbling spirits, or fu
ture years of ill-health and debility.
Please use the free coupon below.
In speaking to you of this great
mysterious power J care not what
your years may be, whether you are
young, middle-aged or elderly; I
care not what In the past may have
caused your loss of strength and
loss of reserve energy. I say in all
seriousness, if by employing this hew
method I can quickly re-supply your
blood and organism with new nerve
force. I should then make you
strong again, put new courage and
health into the flash of your eyes;
make you feel young, capable.- am
bitious and keep you feeling young
to a. ripe, vigorous old age.
The secret of new strength Is not
found in medicines or drug stimu
li have evolved a simple, drugless
method for the self-treatmsnt of lost
strength, which is meeting with a.
marvelous demand all over tne
worid It is a QUICK and PERMA
NENT natural restorative.
Here is the simple modus operandi:
Apply the method tonight
while you sleep.
waken tomorrow "feeling
fine." all pains
in back gone.
60 to 90 days, complete
restoration of lost strength
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L R'rtSHSH n NAME .... t a
I am but one "veteamong the many,
and it is not best tBat I should dis
cuss woman's suffrage as president of
the federation. I prefer to discuss the
bigger, broader things for whlcn our
club stands, for we do stand for all
that is good and great In our country,
and our ideals are of the highest, even
though we sometimes fail to reaih
them. Tet It is the effort that counts
and it is the effort that we are
This is the declaration of Mrs. Percy
V. Pennybacker. president of the Gen
eral Federation of "Women's clubs, who
was in EI Paso Tuesday. The KohlbTg
Spanish home on Sunset Heights was
the temporary white house of this ruler
of almost 1,640.000 women of America.
Yet she is such a frail little bo3y that
one marvels at the -wonderful record
she made in San Francisco when she
-was campaigning for the presidency,
not for herself, but for Texas and the
Mrs. Pennybacker's remarks as quot
ed above were brought out by a ques
tion during the course of an interview
on what she thought cf the future
of the women of Mexico. She had iust
asked what of the war.
Likes El Paso.
"It ie a wonderful city. El Paso." she
said with the smile which shows that
she believes what she Is saying. "T
was here 10 years ago, and this city
has made wonderful improvements. It
is a beacon on a hill, destined to be a
great city of the future There is so
much optimism here that it Is good to
get into the spirit of the place. Keep
your morals growing with the mater
ial growth of your city and nothing
can keep El Paso from being a force
In the affairs, of the state and nation.
But what of Mexico, the revolution;
will It succeed and is there any hope
Mrs. Pennybacker is claimed by two
great states. Virginia and Texas. She
was born in Virginia, but removed to
Texas when a child. She has had an
active life since childhood and the cus
tomary bromide that a clubwoman
should stay at home and rear a facllv
cannot be applied to her, for she has
reared a splendid family and has given
them all the mother love of her gre-vt
heart. She has also .been a leader in
education and has written a Texas his
torv which is standard. Since the death
nf liar husband In 1899 she has given
t much of her time to club work, yet not
reelecting her growing iamuy uui
their needs, which she had amply pro--vided
for by means of the royalties
from her book. She is known as one
of the busiest women of America, but
her mind is so well ordered an-i ner
energy so great that she has that re
pose of manner which is one of tne
marks of greatness.
Head of 000,000 "Women.
Mrs. Pennybacker was elected in San
Francisco by a two to one vote and
was given an ovation following her
selection to the chair as presiding offi
cer over 900,000 women in America.
She prefers to speak of the great honor
that has been done to Texas rather
than to accept the selection as a per
She was in El Paso on her way to
Douglas to attend a meeting of Ari
zona clubs this week. Wednesday she
will speak on the "Business bide of
the Federation." and Wednesuay even
ing a reception will be given in her
honor bv the Douglas club, whose
euest she will be. Thursday evening
she will address the Arizona ciubwom
en on the subject of "Some Dangers
That Threaten America." Mrs. Penny
backer will go then to Santa Fe lor a
two days' meeting. She Will return
to El Paso Friday en route to Santa Fe.
She will be accompanied on her return
by Mrs. Emmons Crocker, of Boston,
one of her cabinet in the federated
clubs. Mrs. Crocker Is en route to
California from Panama.
COCHISE SUPERIOR COURT
BEGINS THE WINTER TERM
Tombstone, Ariz., Jap. 29. The win
ter term of the Cochise county superior
court opened with judge Fred Sutter
presiding. Owing to sickness and other
causes, tie Jury panel was not near
filled and two special venires were
drawn. The court got to work at once
by calling the case of the state of
Arizona vs. Jesus Mendoza. Mendoza
was charged by the county attorney in
the information with having committed
a criminal assaut upon 3 year old Jo
sephs. Morales in Blsbee, on the lath
day of October last. The verdict found
Mendoza guilty as charged.
LAUNCH FOUNDERS; 70 DROWN".
Rangoon, India, Jan. 29. Seventy
lives were lost here by the founder
ing of a launch In the river Rangoon.
That is all there Is to it; no drugs.
no medicines, no stimulants to rub
on, no rules for diet or exercise, no
hardships of any kind. Absolutely
nothing that Is not perfectly easy
for you to use and follow. One
promise and one promise only I
exact; you must lead a DECENT life
during the treatment and hereafter;
otherwise your strength cannot be
properly or permanently restored.
I can only afford to pay for
enough space in this paper to hint
at what my method is. but as soon
as I receive the coupon below from
you I will send my 80-page Illus
trated book, which not only contains
a lot of private information for men.
but tells the full story of my won
derful discovery, what it is. where
you may get it and how it is to be
Thousands are taking advantage
of this method today for the restor
ation of lost strength. Not only
that, but when the method is ap
plied in a certain way it is a specific
treatment for rheumatism, kidney,
liver, stomach, bladder disorders and
general Ill-health. It puts energy,
snap and go into your whole body.
Your eyes sparkle -with new power.
Drop in at my office, if ever In or
near the city, that I may give you a
practical demonstration of what the
method will do. You can test it
yourself and see. Hours 9 to 6.
Please write today.
will never know you ex
cept through your letters
"and they will "size you up" form an unchangeable impression of
y0ti by the taste you show in the stationery you use. "Excuse
this paper and envelope" is a phrase that should never be written
in one of YOUR LETTERS for the stationery you use should
speak for your care and good taste not for your indifference or
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CRANE'S Linen Lawn
Upper Valley Land Owners Are Made
Happy; Big Pilings Hauled For
Bridge Near Anthony.
Anthony, N. M., Jan. 29. Anything
material regarding the big canal that
is to traverse this valley, transform
the mesquite hills east of the railroad
tracks -into peach and apple orchards
and carry the water on to Mexico and
the valley below El Paso has been now
for the past seven years like a "will
o' the wisp" to the majority of peo
ple. Now, however, the owners of
land through which the government
proposes a 200 foot right of way for
the canal are receiving their notices,
with maps, showing the exact location
desired. For these little scraps of
paper the residents of this vicinity are
wearing broad smiles, because here,
half way between Las Cruces and El
Paso, the level of the valley curves
eastward to a degree that makes this
particular point the widest part of the
valley and brings an exceptionally
large number of acres in to be re
claimed. A. J. Papen was recently down from
the mines near Anthony gap, in good
health and better looking than when
editor of the Rio Grande Republican at
Las Cruces. Papen and Haynor intend
to incorporate and push the develop
ment of their claims.
Mr. Hay, of the First National bank.
El Paso, has bought the Plckins alfalfa
farm and is planning additions and
sleeping porches to the house for his
family which will move out soon.
This Is a beautiful location on high
ground close to the main canal with
ash and Cottonwood shade trees in
great numbers. The hay shed and
stable is finished.
C. A. Thompson, manager of the
South iNew Mexico Farmers' associa
tion. Is in El Paso presenting before
the federal interstate commerce rep
resentative there the associations
grievances against the Santa Fe as
to hay rates from Mesilla valley to
J. S. Houser has returned from Avery,
Texas, and expects to go back to
Cloudcroft with his family this week.
The El Paso Bridge & Iron company
Is accomplishing the big Job of haul
ing a carload of 60 foot piling, ao
ditionallv weighted by the creosote
treatment, from the station $to the
bridge under construction three miles
away, in an easy and expeditious man
ner. Leonard Hineman and A. J. Scag
gln and others, are doing the hauling.
Each end of a log is raised by means
of a single arrangement of block and
tackle, the hind gear and wheels of
a farm wagon run under one end and
the front gear under the other. A
long reach from each pair of wheels
is run towards the middle of the log
and bound to the bottom, then a chain
around the log and each axle tightened
by means of a spring pole and the
load is ready for the horses.
Dr. Luson was called to the bridge
Monday on account of an accident in
which two laborers were Injured.
Dr. Mcpharlln Is out again, after his
three weeks' sickness.
Mr. Cedarwall's two brothers from
Elgin. 111., are visiting him.
Judge McFarland Is up from El Paso
on a business trip with his sonlnlaw,
F. G. Belk.
Mr. and Mrs. Osborn made an auto
trip from El Paso to the Jackman
Miss Sarah Thornton, who used to
visit the Bradford Hardie family here,
from Montgomery. Ala., is now visiting
her sister, Mrs. Hardie, at 1024 East
Rio Grande street. El Paso, Texas.
Mrs. O. C. Story, Miss Story,. Mr.
Moberly and C. E. Miller were visitors
to El Paso.
Mrs. J. S. Brook and daughter, Jen
nie, were Mrs. Wadlington's guests
in El Paso this week.
Mrs. M. E. Cobb has returned from
Fletcher Belk is in El Paso visiting
her mother, who is seriously 111.
The Valley Mercantile & Lumber
company Is making its yearly inventory
of stock on hand. It is a three days'
Job for five men.
Misses Hildegard Howell and Mary
Adams came down from State College.
Mrs. A. M. Coe is in Magdalena coun
ty looking for a good cattle range.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Cross,
a baby girl.
Paw Pills are un
like all other laxa
tives or cathartics.
They coax the liver
into activity by
gentle methods, they
do not scour; they
do not gripe; they
do not -tfeaken; but
they do start all the
secretions of the
liver and stomach
in a way that soon
puts these organs ia
a healthy condition
and corrects consti
Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills are "a tonic
to the stomach, liver and nerves. They
invigorate instead of weaken; they en
rich the blood instead of impovenshinc
it; they enable the stomach to get all
the nourishment from food that is put
These pills contain no calomel, no dope,
they are soothing,1 healing and stimulat
ing. They school the bowels to act with
out physic Price 25 cents.
If you are nervous, can't sleep and are
wrak and run d ti ad nped a wine
sfimu'iTit vsc Mut- n's Paw Paw Tn'f.
T sale at -1 D - -
Hurd's pound paper, ,
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EP3& Ov 40&L F3VT
TO STORE WATER
IN SEASON OF 1915
Water Users of Upper Valley Are Told
That Cnnnl will Be Completed In
Fall of That Year.
Berino, N. M., Jan. 29. S. G. Kilgore,
director from this district of the Water
Users association, has returned from
a trip to the dam and reports great
progress having been 'made since the
last Visit. To the present time the
officials have been quite reticent in
giving out any dates as to when water
would be stored and the completion
of the dam, but they now inform the
directors that they will be storing wa
ter during the season of 1915 and the
dam will be completed November 1 of
that year. The directors have also
been assured by the officials of the
reclamation service that the work will
be started on the canal system as soon
as the association completes the ad
judication of the present water rights
held by the land owners. This is now
being done and should be completed
in 60 days.
Notice has been received by land
owners in this district owning bench
lands where the large canal is to be
located, to visit the reclamation office
in Las Cruces and make arrangements
to give the government a right of
way for the canal. They are asking
for a 200 foot right of way. The ditch
is to be 100 feet broad and borrowplt
.and embankments will take up the re
maining space. The land owners who
will be required to give the right of
way in this district from Brazito to
the state line are:
Brazito grant, Mrs. E. T. Baker, J. L.
Thompson. Carl Price, Berino townslte.
C. E. Miller, Royal Jackman, R. C.
Adams, and R- E. Bowden.
The United States reclamation camp
is moving from La Mesa, an the west
side of the river, to Mossman's ranch,
on the east side.
Among the new surveyors who have
joined the reclamation camp at Bra
zito are Frank Hawley, of Las Cruces
and Walter Johnson, who has been em
ployed in the reclamation office at that
place and Oliver Keese, who Is doing
topographical work betwffen Brazito
C. Walters, one of the members of the
camp, has been In Las Cruces on ac
count of one of his children tiaTlng
been quite ill.
George Freeman, of Las Cruces has
been a guest at the home of his sister.
Mrs. Walter Mosstnan.
Miss Ealine Acker and Arden Gard
ner and Earl Gibson, all students at
State College, have been visiting at
their respective homes.
Miss Hazel Creamer, of La Mesa. Is
visiting her sister. Miss Hilda at Mes
quite. Miss Delia Carpenter has gone to
Demlng to visit her brother, Clarence
J. C. McNary was a witness before
the Interstate commerce commission's
representative in El Paso, for the plain
tiff Rufus B. Daniels, representing the
valley farmers against the A. T. & S. F.
railway In the application for lower
freight rates from Mesilla valley points
to La Tuna. Texas, on alfalfa.
W. O. McNary jr., and sister, have
been visiting relatives In El Paso.
Walter Mossman and E. T. Baker are
In Las Cruces.
CANUTILLO TO HOLD
Canutillo, Texas, Jan. 29. The West
Side Improvement association will hold
a get-together meeting Saturday, Feb
ruary 12. at the new schoolhouse, one
mile west of Canutillo. The fatted calf
will be barbecued, so none need go
The residents of the Canutillo dis
trict voted solidly for the good roads
bonds and naturally expected to sot a
share of Jhe work in the neighborhood,
but it is said the foreman in charge
is filling his camp with negroes.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Worden is very sick In hotel
DIeu, El Paso.
The Recreation club, composed of
young Mexicans, gave a dance in the
old postoffle building.
The postoffie has been moved to the
new building, one block east of the
old location. Mrs. S. C. Tilite is still
TO PLACE NEW MEXICO
TABLET IN MONUMENT
Governor McDonald Recommends That
the Legislature Provide for Tablet
in Washington Memorial. .
Washineton, D. C Jan. 29. The
ya8hington National Monument associa
tion has received a copy of the recent
message of governor McDonald, of New
Mexico, to the legislature of that state
regarding placing a tablet in the inner
wall of the Wathington monument, as
has been done bv the other states of the
union. In his message to the legislature
governor McDonald calls attention to a
resolution adopted by tlie "Washington
National Monument association, January
2, 1911, "recommending to the secretary
of war. in whose care the monument is
by law placed, that the states of Colo
rado, Washington, Idaho, Oklahoma and
Texas, and the states of New Mexico
and Arizona upon their admission to the
union, be invited through the governor
of each state to furnish a tablet for in
sertion in the inner wall of the monu
ment, to the end that the representation
of the states in the union as a memorial
therein to Washington may be com
pleted." "The honorable secretary of war con
curred in the object of the resolution,"
states overnor McDonald in his mes
sage. "The states above mentioned aie
the onlv ones that do not havo tabl ts Tn
the monument. T recommend that vnu
pro M" fir a ponrni'wuT of throo in lx
itti intf 'It tV n- r rrtnT t ni with
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CRAWFORD A. POWERFUL PLAY".
Tonight and Thursday night El Paso
playgoers are privileged to enjoy one
of the strongest plays ever attempted
in this city by a dramatic stock com
pany. "Sowing the Wind" is a classic
and will please the most critical. Tick
ets are on sale at Ryan's at 25 and 35
pnpnr.AR irnsTC tonight.
I Tonight is popular mu'slc night at the
Wigwam, xne nuraan voice pipes win
be used. A good program of three
licensed retls makes up the bill. Bern
hardt was shown .from noon on and
will be shown up to 7 o'clock, when
the new bill will be put on. Tho3e
who go in at 6 o'clock will see a com
plete presentation of "Queen Elizabeth"
and three other reels a two-hour show
of seven reels for 10 bents. Adv.
WANTED FRIDAY" NIGHT.
The Chewing Gum Sisters, the Fort
Bliss baritone, the Juarez Belle, the
Mutt and Jeff Duo, the Typhoon Broth
ers, the Sidewhlte Entertainers and
lesser local stars have registerd -with
manager Glass for the Friday night fun
feast following the regular show at
the Crawford, et additional talent is
desired. Caution: Secure reserved seats
early at Ryan's drugstore. Adv.
A most pleasing romantic play,
"Graustark." will soon be here. You
have read the book, now see the play.
Miss Grace Hayward playing the lead
is ably supported by a select cast. The
company will be here February 5. night
and matinee only. The night prices
are: Lower floor, 1.50: balcony, 75c and
SI; matinee, lower floor. SI, balcony
50c and 75c. It is a most pleasing and
successful play for a very reasonable
EL PASO THEATER.
Wm. H. Crane will be the next at
traction at the El Paso and, without
doubt, will be the most popular theatri
cal event of the season, presenting his
masterpiece, "The senator Keeps
House," pronounced by all critics to be
the veteran actor's most successful
play. It is full of humor and pleasing
comedv. He will appear February 3
and 4; matinee February 4. The night
prices are: Lower floor, S2.00 and
$2.50; balcony, J1.5C and $2. Matinee,
lower floor. $1.50; balcony 75c and
$1. This is possibly your last
opportunity to see the greatest actor
who has entertained the public for 50
As usual, the Hippodrome Is the
most desirable place, where consistency
is in force, where you can get the best
skates, and everyone knows, the best
floor. There Is a special class for
women every morning free. There Is
no soliciting of tips; if we hear of it
they are discarded, and you -will see
them elsewhere. There Is a reason.
See for yourself. Watch for our sur
prise next week something never 'be
fore heard of in El Paso a match race
for the city championship between
Harry Lopex, of Albuquerque, and C. S.
Shots, of Big Springs. The admission
is only 10c. Adv. '
Everybody Is going to the Auditorium
rink. It has the best floor, best music,
best skates and best of order. Special
instructions are given to learners. Dare
TiAn(1 T?An1 -lraa nau' lHn In Ttnlr
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dom. Many new features will be taught
from rinks that have made a success
where he played and managed during
his tour of the world in the past 15
years. Saturday night the entire door
receipts will be given to charity. Don't
forget Dare Devil Frank's carnival
week of February 3rd. Many funny
events will happen. There will be dif
ferent features each and every night
AT THE GRECIVN.
There will be a splendid program at
the Grecian today. Goumont Weekly
No. 43 shows some interesting events,
and there youll see Warren Kerrigan
in an entirely new role In a society
drama entitled "Another Man's Wife."
Those who have seen Mr. Kerrigan
playing the hero cowboy many times,
will be agreeably surprised to see him
In this high-class drama. To wind up
this fine program you'll see the fine
Keystone comedies, with pretty Mabel
Normand. Fred Mace, Ford Sterlinr and
Mark Sennett In the cast.
Next Saturday and Sunday "The Star
of Bethlehem," Thanhouser's three-reel
masterpiece, will be shown. It is a
wonderful devotional subject showing
the birth of Christ, produced In faith
ful accordance with the Biblical story
and correctly costumed in the garb of
the period. Every man, woman and
child should see this picture. This ar
tistic offering has never been equalled
In moving pictures. It is endorsed by
the clergy and press evrywhere. Don't
forget, Saturday and Sunday only.
BOY 12 YEARS OLD MAKES
JOURNEY FROM GERMANY ALONU
Columbus. N. M, Jan. 29 Arthur
Ravel, brother of Sam Ravel, of this
place, has airivod here from Bremen,
Germany, haims made the trip across
the ocean and to El 1'.id .ilono Tho
laJ is on1 J- eui' tf a-' 1 ut thr trip
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INDICTED ON CHARGE OF
USING MAIL TO DEFRAUD
Boston. Mass., Jan. 29. James Mc- '
Nicholas, under indictment at Cleve
land charged with use of the mails to '
defraud, was arrested this morning. '
McNicholas was held In $10,000 bail
pending the arrival of federal officers
from Cleveland. ,' i
The prisoner, who has been sought j
siucQ loai uviuuei, was luuua at EL
Back Bay hotel. The charges concern
four mining companies of Idaho and
To Know This Man
It to Get Rid of III the Burden of Sick
Headache; Soar, Bloated Stomach; a
Thick. "clIon, Billoun Condition of
the Blood, Weak, Inactive Kidneys
and a Condition of Sickness that
Is Making Yon Miserable.
Dr. W. S. BorUiart As Ha It Today. Owes Hfe
Robust Health and Gain of 90 Poondi
to ToVrac HU Own Medicine, A
Needed, for the Pat 25 Years.
Al the druggists In this vicinity
know Dr. Burkhart's Vegetable Com
pound. Many of us have met him and
that is why 'we accept 25 cents from
you for a 30 day treatment and If not
satisfied or cured we will hand you
back the 25 cents.
Dr. Burkhart, for twenty-five years
has always insisted tha this is the
only fair and square way to do busi
ness. t,o come in and get this 30 day
treatm. nt for only 25 cents on a posi
tive Kuarantee. All druggists do this j
for Dr r.arkhart as they know him
well and know that his word is good. j
na wn ti jou ivp iu lumit ma:
twelve million of these treatments are
used annually in this country and
Europe, can ou wonder so many people
know Pr 1'uklnrt and that drufrnivs
n pn t h i an elad to handle hi
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MIDDLET0N IS BOUNi OTOR
TO GRAND JURY TUESDAY
Chas. Middleton, charged by com
plaint filed in justice of the peace James
1 Murphv's court with assault to mur
der u i- boui d uvti to the grand jurv
and his bond fixed at $750. Tuesday
afternoon. 0- Saddler, the compUirar.g
itne-, in the cae te-titied that the
deteni' int '; u'l i j1!" ,,n h" C"e
iir!it il '. th r, ' 'he Hark st
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