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Monday, March 28, 1910.
west ews o EL PASO HERALD Great South 1 oday s i i eiRSTom cises AfiE SETTLED George H. Barstow Retires From Irrigation Com pany at Barstow. Barstow, Texas. March 28. All law suits betwen Ge.o E. Barstow, of this place, and the other members of the Barstow Irrigation company, who re Bide in St. Louis, have been satisfac torily settled out of court, and George K. Barstow has withdrawn from the company and accepted land for his in terest, it Is stated. Dr. Samuel Fortier, chief of irriga tion investigations, of "Washington, D. C, was In Barstow, accompanied by "W. L. Rockwell, irrigation manager for Texas. They departed from here for Fort Stockton and El Paso. Some of the principal streets of Bar stow are now being grubbed and gradedf and vacant lots have been cleaned up. Dr. Isaac Mayhugh, of East Lynn, 111., is here and has purchased an irri gated farm. Zack Carr, of the Carr Drug company, of El Paso, has sold his drug store in this city to J. T. McElroy, of Odessa, and Phil Smith will have charge of the same. Born To Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mc Knight, a baby girL Rev. R- D. Boswell, of Odessa, has been conducting a meeting at the Bap tist church and many new members have been added. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Pierce and little daughter, of Boston, Mass., are here on a visit to his brother, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pierce, out at Pea Ridge farm. R. I. Carr and wife, of El Paso, are visiting relatives and friends here. RESIDENCE BURGLARIZED AT XOGALES, ARIZONA. Mitt Quiuner, iHventor, to Put Dry Pul- Tertixer for Plazcr "Work Oa Market Xograles News. Xogales, Ariz., March 2S. The resi dence of H. J. Kam -as burglarized while the family was ont early in the evening and a pistol and several other , effects were stolen. Mitt Qulnner, who Invented the placer ground working machine with which he has operated so successfully in Sonora since last May, is a visitor to Isogales. Mr. Quinuer has recently consummat ed a transaction with a company of New York capitalists, whereby the ma chine -will be manufactured on a large scale and placed o.n the market, the in ventor reserving 10 machines for his own use and the company having pur chased his right beyond this. The first machine was manufactured In Xogales. L. J. F. Iaeger, of Tucson, generous ly presented the Xogales fire depart ment with a check for ?50 to aid In its needs. T. Ring, a barber, painter and re pairer of guns and bicycles, whose shops are In Nogales. Sonora, and who Is well known on both sides of the line, having been for some years in business, was arrested by the Mexican authorities. The shops are closed and in charge of rurales while Ring is in jail. The American clothing factory of No gales, Sonora. which was closed by the Mexican authorities, has been allowed to resume operations. ROSWELL POLL TAXES. Roswell, N. M., March 28. Thos. A. Harrison's poll tax books show exactly 1001 paid taxes for the right of breath ing the air at 1 per head. The rest of the delinquent taxes must be paid by March 31. or a suit will be instituted, which will cost the delinquents about $4.50 each. Vital Importance As we cannot live without food, its selection is of vital importance. R.PRK L G "RAIN FOOD is a rational combination of WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY which makes a natural, complete and perfect food. In its process of preparing, its gluten, phosphorus and other nourishing elements have been retained. A food that will satisfy every-demand of muscle, nerve, brain and appetite. Ask your Grocer. Si ENGINEERS,' DRAUGHTSMEN'S PHOTOGRAPHERS' INSTRUMENTS ANLT SUPPLIES Fred J Feldman Co. 308 San Antonio St.- SOUTHWESTERN SALES AGENTS Tabor's JVIetalWeather Stri for Doors and Windows keep out AfiQELUS SrH?? & WORKS PRESSING Fhsne SSomm Grawford Tfteaie BIdg,, 0pp. Plaza Xow is the time to have your clothes cleaned and pressed for Easter. Prices reasonable. Gloves cteaned second to none. Satisfaction guaranteed- BEMING TO VOTE SCHOOL BONDS lew $10,000 Hospital Is Be ing Ejected in That City. ISTews Notes. Deining, X. M., March 28. April 4 is election day, for voting on bonds to erect a $40,000 high school. The site is also to be voted on, the selection of the trustees being block 55, near the present building. Miss Fay McKeys is in the lead in New Mexico in The Herald contest. Many subscribers to The Herald are renewing their subscriptions for one and two years in order that Miss Mc Keys will get the beneft of their votes. Thirteen new members have been add ed to the chamber of commerce. This makes a total of 113. Roy Bedicheck was appointed secretary by the board of directors. v Many farmers from the middle west and east are coming to the Mimbres valley to get free land. "W. B. Colt, J. M. Philips and P. Frey er have just installed new engines and pumps near Hondale for irrigating pur poses. Al. "Watkins has shipped a carload of fine horses to California. Mr. TVat kins also shipped a car of cattle to El Paso. SOL03IONYILLE HOTEL DAMAGED BY WIND. Part of Adobe Wall Crashes Through Roof to Ground Floor Boy Has Eye Removed. Solomonville, Ariz., March 2S. A heavy wind did serious damage to the Solomonville hotel. The hotel is built of adobe, a 'gable end being to the north. After some hours of hard blowing part of the wall fell, crushing in the ceiling and floor of two upper rooms and through the second ceiling to the ground floor. The damage is being re paired. The family of D. H. CloridgeMs nicely settled In their new heme. Dr. Piatt assisted by Dr. Stratton, performed a difficult operation on the twoyearold boy of J. W. Earwin. The little fellow, through some unknown cause, lost the sight of one eye when very small. Lately the eye became painful and was much Inflamed, it be came necessary to remove the eye en tirely so as to save the other one. The boys gave the usual Saturday night dance a the court house. ALPINE PEOPLE EXPECT RIG FRUIT CROP. Alpine, Texas, March 28. Easter In this territory was clear and warm, being almost like a summer day and as this Is about as late as this section frosts, a fine fruit crop is practically assured as all trees are full of blooms and young fruit. The only source from which to expect any damage will be from hail storms. John Young, of the John Young Land company here, Is home from a trip to Kansas City. W. E. Ledbetter has arrived from El Paso and is working in the "Wood ward barber shop. Thos. Dean of the .Dean Manufactur ing company, has returned from a "trip to El Paso. Jas. Lafarelle, manager of the Chisos mines in the southern part of the county is visiting a few days in Alpine. .XACO NEWS NOTES. Xaco, Ariz.. March 2S. John Pyeatt, an employe of the Packard Cattle com pany, has returned overland from a trip to Tempe, having had a dry and tedious trip, bringing several head of range and work horses for use in Sonora, Mexico, by the Packard Cattle company. The high wind and sandstorm at this place caused damage to buildings to the amount of several hundred dollars. 148 KETJFFEL & ESSER CO, OF N. Y. Qrajg) QjonnejI g G0l, San, Agls. .ruone Bell 43. Chancer of Commerce Bldg. EL0GK BROS., Pr jps. -INJURED ei BILL Boy Jumps Out of Window Because He Could Not Go to Show. Bisbee, Ariz., March 28. D. Gamble j was -struck in the eye by a ball while iws.ng through the plaza where some boys were engaged in playing baseball. The force of the ball was such that had not a bystander caught him, Mr. Gam ble would have been knocked down. "While engaged in loading a motor car 'at the Holbrook shaft. John Quill was badly hurt. He was removed to the Copper Queen hospital where he must stay for some time before being able to go back to vork. Disappointed because his father did not let him go to a moving picture show, L. Tintou, a 15yearold boy. jumped from a window and though not seriously hurt, must stay indoors for several days under the case of a phj'sician. The use of the city hall has been permitted to the members of the "Stand Pat" club composed of negroes, who will hold a meeting to discuss the local spring election. Plans are being outlined for a roof garden on the Allen block, which would be a place of amusement, finely dec erated with palms and shrubbery. Mr. Allen and architect Hurst are working on the plan, which is looked upon fa vorably by the citizens of Bisbee. Mrs. Fred Jacobson, a native of "Wash irgton, 27 years old, died of tuberculosis. She had been a resident of Bisbee for seTeral years, her husband holding the position of fireman at the Briggs shaft, of the Copper Queen Mining cJompany. Mrs. James F. Brown, a cousin of Dr. H?gan died in Courtland after a long Illness. CARLSBAD CHANGES NAMES OF STREETS Krst Cutting of Alfalfa Will Soon Be Made in Peeos Valley. Carlsbad, X. M., March 2S. At a meeting of the city council an ordi nance "was passed changing the names of practically all of the streets of the town. Many of ihe original names were of Spanish or'gin, known in history. The streets rurining east and west are mmibeied and American names have been given the streets running north and south, under the new arrangement, which is less confusing and facilities the finding of given locations. The regular Easter service of the Knights Templar was held in the Epis copal church Sunday. The alfalfa crops of the valley were never in a more flourishing condition, at this season of the year, then they are at this time. Many of them witl be ready to cut within the next three weeks, provided no freezing weather prevails in the meantime. The increased acreage which has been planted in al falfa during the past year bids fair to make the alfalfa crop of this section of the valley an attraction to buyers and alfalfa mill operators. A consider able amount of last season's crop Is now being marketed at good prices. Two carloads of fine green "nay -were shipped to Araarillo by Dr. L. F. Diefendorf, who is one of the largest hay growers in the valley. J. F. Joyce, of the firm of Joyce-Pruit company, is in Portales, arranging for the opening of the new store at that place, which will be under the manage ment of A. T. Monroe. WORK CONTINUES ON" TOWN WELL AT VAUGHN. Tiro Siory Bnildlnp: Is Completed New Store to Open at Vaughn Xcws Xotes. Vaughn, X. M March 28. The town well -which is being bored is progressing satisfactorily and there Is good indica tion of water at'30 feet. C. M. Mabers has completed a build ing in which he will put in a stock of men's shoes. Postmaster Leonard A. Hardie, who has been to "Washington, D. C, and Kansas City, Mo., for two weeks, has returned, Vaughn is proud of her first two story business houses in the Angell building, just completed. It is a cred itable store, and others are being plan ned. MARFA PEOPLE ARE MARRITD AT FT. DAVIS. Marfa. TBYaB Afn-rr.'h VC rriv. nouncement of the marriage of Douglas uuncan ana jaiss JLora Kilgore was j quite a surprise to the friends of the young couple in Marfa. They were mar ried at Fort Davis, county judge J. P. TVeatherby performing the ceremony. The happy couple arc ---(-t5 0f Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones at their ranch r Marfa. ,B. O. Musgrove came in from Douglas, Ariz., and went to Fort Davis to visit his soninlaw, B. McCutcheon. J. A. Pitts, contractor, of El Paso, h been in Marfa for several days. "W. S. Dunbar and mayor S. A. Starr of Alpine, made an auto trip to Marfa Inspector O. C. Dame and J. L. Shoe make, of Marathon, were here on offi cial business. The revival meeting at the Christian church, conducted by evangelist Percy Cross, of San Antonio, is attracting large crowds and much Interest is being manifested. SOLOMONVILLE XEWS. Solomonville, Ariz., March 28. Mrs Clark and Mrs. Sieglitz entertained at bridge. Rain is much needed on the cattle range. As yet the ranchers have not suffered, as there is plentv of water In the river for irrigation. Mrs. Dogget, a sister of "W. A. Giles pie, who has been spending some time with her brother, has returned to her hjnip at Raton, N. M. The Rev. Mr. Bray and Prof. Rhoades have succeeded in making a fine tennis court on the parsonage grounds. Several large real estate deals are about to be closed. An ic cream narlor and soft rtt,.i, place Is to be opened next door to th ! Have you a wearc throat? if Sc, you cannotbe too careful. You cannot hr gin treatment too early. Each colds makes you more liable to another and the last is always the harder to cure If you will take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at the outset you will be saved much trouble. Sold by all druggists. EASTER SERVICES AT VALENTINE Home Mission Society Elects Barn Is Demolished by Wind. Valentine, Tex., March 2S Easter ser vices at the Union church were con ducted by R. A. P. Pool, superintendent of the Sunday school. The program which consisted of songs, readings and drills by the little folks, was beautifully carried out. The church was decorated with vines and potted plants. The Home Mission, society mot in the Union church and the following otfl cers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Sam "Bunton; first vice president, C. C. Janes; second vice presi dent, E. R. Mabry; third vice presi dent R. A. P. Pool; corresponding sec retary and press superintendent, Mrs. Lester Smith; recording- secretary, Miss Mary Smith; treasurer, Miss Ara Blanche George, agent for paper. Miss Anna YoungDioocr. The heavy wind completely demol ished the barn of L. D. Louthian.' The barn was lifted up and thrown down in such a manner as to crush it into kindling.Z One of Mr. Loutnian's best mules, that was in the barn at the time, had its leg broken by the flying tim bers. The Valentine tin can brigade is in procession. A Mexican, has Deen hired to clean the town and is now working faithfully toward that end. G. "W. Evans has purchased a driving horse from A. B. Swift of Marfa. Mrs. Lee Evans is visltina at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Evans. Miss Bertha Shank's is the guest of Miss Villa Holmes. C. O. Firley and daughter, Zara, Mr. and Mrs. G. "W. Evans and daughter, Grace, are in El Paso. Prof. D. A. Grimes was called to his home at Toakum, Texas, on account ot the serious illness of his mother. Mrs. A. S. Stewart and children are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "W. "W. Gravenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Snelus and sons, Vincent and Martin are spending the week iri El Paso. Russell S. Brooks and Henry G. Mc Farlane have left Valentine for El Paso where they will continue camping through the season. George Flache is working in town with the Janes carpenter force. Miss Ara Blanche George has closed her private school, to reopen September 5. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Snyder and chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dillard and children enjoyed Easter dinner at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cass. The young people enjoyed a social dance in the auditorium. Miss Birtie McAnelley is sick. Mrs. Lizzie Green has left for her home in Sanderson after an extended bisit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "W. E. Bell. ROSWELL MEN ARE THROWN FROM AUTO Telephone Wire Catches in Axle of Machine Eas ter Entertainment. Roswell, N. M., March 28. A broken telephone wire caught on the axle of David Patrikick's auto and caused it to slow down just as he turned into Second street from Main at the Joyce Pruit corner. Thinking he needed more power, he turned it on, the wire broke aSd the car plunged across the street and struck a telephone post throwing Oliver Carper headlong onto the cement sidewalk and doubling Patrick up over the steering wheel. Both were badly bruised. Sheriff Ballard has been unable to get any trace of the "man who fractured the skull of Sybarnus Johnson xvith a monkey wrench because the auto John son was In frightened the mules he was driving. Johnson is expected to re cover. A cement tank 18 feet long, five feet wide and 2 1-2 feet deep has been built by A. J. Crawford, proprietor of the Ros well hotel, to get rid of a mud hole at the hydrant in front of the hotel and convert it Into a fish pond for the pleas ure and amusement of guests. He now has 25 fish in it. Amusement park and a portion of tho skating rink are being remodeled for baseball purposes, R. L. Malone and Fred C. Hunt being in charge of the work. ' A big table seating 100 persons and a program of songs, games and refresh ments, participated in by 160 persons, were features of an Easter entertain ment given by Mrs. R. "W. Longfellow, superintendent of the primary depart ment given by Mrs. P. W. Longfellow, day school of Roswell to pf pupils, the cradlo roll and mothers. Dr. R. S. Bradley and Joseph Akin, candidates for city offices on the saloon ticket, have withdrawn. MOXTEREY XEWS. Monterey, X. M., March 28. William Riley, of Carrizozo, is here visiting with exgovernor Curry. Mr. RIctor has gone to Chipago to testify In the Thomas P. Keys case. James A. Carrol, agent at the Mesca lero agency, is expected home from "Washington, D. C, toCay. Mr. Hampton will open a meat markit in the old Croan market today. L. E. Lumbley has signed a contract to fur nish meat for the market. Mr. and Mrs. B. "W. Bayne have re turned from Bent, N. M. -The Junior league gave an egg hunt at the home of Dr. anO" Mrs. Long. TIL VROS.V NOTES. Tularosa, X. M., March 2S. John Riley of Carrizozo is the guest of gov ernor Geo. Curry and sons. Mrs. X. P. Mitchell and two grand children, Gladys and Frank Mitchell, have arrived here fromXevada, Mis souri. Her son, J. -X. Mitchell, is com ing with a carload of stock. He has purchased -the George Hyde property. Rev. Mr. Philips, pastor of the First Christian church at Alamogordo, deliv ered a sermon on the "Resurrection" Easter day to a -large congregation Dan Gugin i&Jiere from his mine of chrystals in the San Andres. BUYS IRRIGATED FARM. Roswell. X. M., March 28. Col Hyian L. Skinner, formerly mayor ofSturgi3, Ky., and who was elected on the Repub lican ticket. Is here, and has bought an irrigated farm. Mrs. S. J. Freudenthal and chidren have returned from a four months' visit in Xew York and othr eastern cities GDURT CIMS ft! U 2 y L L I sfeni LII El Paso Man to Take Charge of Lumber Yard at Sweetwater. Sweetwater, Texas, March 28. The district court has convened And will be in session several days. Someimpor tant cases will come up later in the proceedings. Judge Shepherd in his charge to the grand jury laid special emphasis upon the crime of perjury. The Rev. Mr. Masters and Rev. D Kennedy, Baptist missionaries for the Sweetwater association, will move their large tabernacle here and commence a series of revival services. At the County Teachers' institute, held at Hylton, seven teachers from Sweetwater were in attendance, and took part on the prorgam. Miss Garner, a returned missionary from Japan, and a sister of Mrs. "W. Hammock, is visiting here and has giv en several addresses. Eastei was observed in the churches with speciail music. O. C. Zabesch, of El Paso, will soon assum ethe management of the Sweet water Lumber company's yard here. Herman Harp has accepted a position with the Thos. Trammell & Co. bank. A. Griffin, of Callahan county, has bought from R- C Crane 71 acres of land adjoining the city limits. The deal was made by Allen & Rockwell, of this city. Rain is badly needed in this section. TOWN WELL FOR SIERRA BLANCA Business Men Subscribe $1800 New Settlers in District. Sierra Blanca, Texas, March 28. There is a movement on foot to put j down a town well. Quite a number of prominent Duslness men or tne town are interested and stock to the amount of $1800 has already been subscribed. Foot Boykin and family have moved to town from their ranch and are living at the Morton place. Mr. Boyitin is awaiting lumber and "will erect a neat home on his lots in west Sierra Blanca. Easter services here consisted of a short sermon by Rev. Mr. Crammer, a recitation and a song by Sunday school pupils and special music by the choir. Mr. Greenhill and family were in town Sunday. Mr. Greenhill came from Midland and purchased land south of here, from Dr. C. A. McBeth. S. G. Gould and "Will Turner went to Clint Sunday to attend the ball game there. Dorothy, the infant daughter of Mrs "Winfred Trawick, is quite ill with pneu monia. Mrs. Ollie Freeman is ill with la grippe. Her son, Charley, is rapidly recovering from a long siege of typhoid fever. Quite a number of stock cars have been ordered for April shipments. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lesinsky, of New York, are stopping at the St- .Regis. i : ; " I ,TURKISHd?l BLEND !) ' CIGARETTES Like a soft caress, the smoke S from Fatimas gathers round r ' your lips. Sweet, cool, mild $2 and satisfying, the result of yH blending the best' of many (t Vffi kinds of tobacco. Plainly 3m packed but you get ten . Hl TWO TICKETS FOR ARTESIA OFFICES Republicans and Democrats Nominate Amateurs Present Plav. Artesia, X. M.. March 2S. The Re publican nominating committee, consist ing of Jno. B. Enfield. A. C. Keinath, TV. F. Swartz, M. M. luman and C. A. j Sipple, decided- to recommend P. J Ru bens. A. C. Keinath, Owen McClay, ueo. Frisk and C. A. Sipple. for council men; G. M. Brown, VTJF. Schwartz and M. M. Iuman for school directors and E. S. Howell for city treasurer. The convention was held Saturday night. The Democratic convention meets to night to select candidates for the same offices. Party lines will be more.closely drawn than ever before in municipal affairs, and the battle will be hard fought. The class in oratory of the "Western college presented a comedy entitled "Mr. Bob." in the auditorium of the main building. The proceeds will go toward .providing proper equipmnt for the stage. Mrs. Gayie Talbot entertained at din ner in honor of her brother. Chas. Brown. 9 Little Ruth Inman gave an Easter egg hunt to a number of friends here. The Inmans have recently moved to their new home some two miles from town, and the small guests were taken ont in carriages provided by the hostess. JUDGE PARKER TO HEAR INJUNCTION Carrizozo County Seat Con test to Be Heard at Las Cruces. Carrizozo. N. M.. March 2S. There will be a hearing before judge Parker at Las Cruces on Monday, April 4, of the injunction case In which the county commissioners of Lincoln county were enjoined from building a courthouse and jail at Carrizozo. Otto Goetz, of the firm of Szily & Goets. architects, of Clovis, Is here to superintend the construction work of the courthouse and jail. The report is current here that thg county commissioners will ask that a heavy bond be put up by the people that are fighting against the removal of the county seat to indemnify the contractors, architects and others who will sustain loss by the delay of the construction work on the courthouse and jail. J. B. F. "WIggonton, who has been with the Outlook for the past three months, has gone to Chicago, where he will join Ringling Bros. circus as bass drummer in the band. Hill & Harris, of Alamogordo, will open a pool room In the building for merly occupied b the "White Homse restaurant. 1 QUITS OLD DOZHIXION" TO TAKE CHARGE OF POSTOFFICE. Globe, Ariz., March 2S. Frank P. Bur nett, who was appointed postmaster to succeed Ralph "W. Sturgis, resigned, has decided to retain C- K. Zimmerle as as sistant postmaster. Mr. Burnett has severed his connec tion with the Old Dominion company and is now familiarzing himself with his new duties, under the guidance of post master Sturgis and Mr. Zimmerle. Mr. Burnett expects his commission in time to assume charge of the postoffice by April 1. "BHEATHllGWELL" No One Able to Explain the Singular Phenomenon. Obar News Notes. Obar, X. M-, March 28. Ray "Walkup, who has completed a new well or his place, discovered that he.has a "breath ing well." From a hole outside the pipe at the top of the grouna, a current of J air rushes out witn sufficient force to blow away sand thrown into the hole. After a few hours the current reverses and is drawn inward, alternating in this way at intervals of several hours. It is a singular phenomenon and nobody i able to explain it. An organization of the "W. C T. U. has been effected here. The officers are: President, Mrs. A. M. Durham, vice president for M. -E. church, Mrs. J. E. Dibble; vice president for M. B. church, south, Mrs. James Garrison; recording secretary, Miss Belle "Wilburs; corresponding secretary. Miss Edaa Link; treasurer, C. "W. Link. Meetings will be held monthly. Turge Cunningham has been setting out fruit trees lor Frank Mears. Carl Eitners family has just arrived direct from Germany and are now on his claim near Obar. Mr. Eltner la plowing with a real "made in Germany" plow. He will go to South America this summer, as tbe representative of the German firm making the plow. J. J. Nippert will have over a hundred acres in crop this -year. The family of Wm- Clouse has gone to Napanee, Ind. Mr. Clouse had gone some time ago. They go to make a home for the aged father of Mr. Clouse. but will keep their farm near Obar and are coming back whett conditions per mit. "Warner M. Mason, "with his family, arrived Friday from Huntland, Tenn., and will move on the "W. H. Rich farm near Obar. D. L. Angle and wife of Clear Leeke, South Dakota, are recent arrivals in i Obar. Mr. jngle is a "wealthy farmer who finds the winters in Dakota, too severe and is loking around for a good location here. Ground has been broken for the foun dation of the new bank and store build ing in Obar. The plans call for an uptodate building 50x75 feet. It will be built entirely of concrete blocks and will be floored with cement through out. John Irving, of Russell, 111., who has been here visiting his son, has returned to his home and will sell his farm and come to Obar. Robt. Litzman, a barber on the Gold en State Limited between Chicago and El Paso, is taking a layoff on his farm, near Obar. Paul Berlin' of "Waldron, Mich., is here visiting his brother, H. It Berlin. He spent the winter in California, but says the "weather here is as good as there. Miss Vera "White, daughter of .H. P. L "White, of Obar, has closed her 'school at Post Oak, Texas, and "will spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. Jennings at Dalhart, Texas. C. H. Parker, of Obar, has signed a contract with the Patterson show to plan in the band this season, and starts at once to join the show.