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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 27 November 1925

V# :V4i $*+ iM Hie Mountain Eagle ' • Melasma 4611 teei I fc VOLUME 7. NO. 17 8IBRRA BLANOA. HUDSPETH COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVKMliKK 27. 1925 FIVE CENTS A COPY Prospective Framing Land in the Rio Grande Valley in Hudspeth Co Mining Is Ait) an Boom There is a if rent atnount.of land in the lower part of Hudspeth county that can be bought «t h very kiw price that has a wonder- ful lutur«. I'hH liHi i is located a- bout twenty to twenty five miles south of Sierra Blanca and it is some of the 6nest land in tbecoun- try, all of which lies on the Rio Graadci river front and wi'.b verj little expense can be put uuder irrigation. This land is adopted to the raining of cottoii, fruiin and practily anything that can be men- tioned, and amount the feed crop* particularly alfalfa It produces three to four cuttings of alfalfa annualy. There is only one drawback at the present and we look tor that to be overcome in the near futures that being the distance to market but should this land be on th...

Publication Title: Mountain Eagle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 27 November 1925

THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE m BfS8 the Head, Nose, Throat, Stom- ach, Bowels orothar In* ternal Organs. Backed by more than half century of successful ser- v i c e in the American home. Your Nearest Dealer Car- ries Pe-ru-na Tablets or Liquid lounger W'JlKB up your sleeping youth! Look younger! Be younger! ■Age has little to do with your looks «r pour feelings. It's the condition of your blood that counts! And "blood will tell! It tells In a Hundred ways. It your system Is starr- ing -for -rich, Ted blood, you may look and feel ol&JA thirty. But It you build up the red-blood-cells with S. S. S. you'll quickly see the wrinkles fade away—the sagging pouches give way tto firm, solid flesh—and the fresh, (glowing tbenuty of youth take the place •of a skin sallow ana disfigured with '•blemishes. Rich, red Hood means youth, vim •-and energy! 8. S. S. helps Nature build ned-blood-cells by the millions. 1Pot generations S. S. S, has been 'keeping people looking and feeling 'young. Fresh, c'eansi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 27 November 1925

THE MOUNTAIN EAGI.E MRS. WILHELMY SAVED BY FRIEND Doctor Advised Operation Friend Said Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ! Compound First St Paul, Minnesota.—"I was all ran. down from overwork and worry, had no appetite, could not sleep at night, and looked like a corpse. I have six children (five bovs and one girl) and did not get any strength after my last baby was born. I was getting worse and thinner everyday. The doc* tor said I had to go to the Hospital but this I could not do on account of my family. So I went to a friend of mine and told her what the doctor had told me and she said. 'Now do as I tell you. Try Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound as I have done. It helped me.' So I started tak- ing the Vegetable Compound and I not. ticed after the first few bottles that I felt considerably better. After taking 9 or 10 bottles I got over my fainting spells. Everybody who sees me now notices the great improvement in my health. I am gaining in weight and strength and am feelin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 27 November 1925

the mountain eagle THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE Published Every Friday by A. V, MCOLOTHLIN, J. D. ilftOWN Joint Owners Subscription Price: Per Year, 91.00 Advertising Rates Reasonable and Make Known on Application Entered as second-caps matter July 2^ 1919, at tbe post office at 81erra Blanca, Texas, under tbe Act of Karcb 3, 1879 ,v.. Friday, November 27,1925 #♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦j THINGS UNUSUAL By T. T. MAXEY [©, 1924, Western Newspaper Union.J LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK Mount Lassen, which geologists are pleased to term "a dying volcano," is located In the southeastern 'part of Shasta county in northern. California. Lussen, standing between the ends of two mountain ranges noted far and wide for the beauty of their scenery— the Sierra Nevadas and the .Cascades —rise to a height of 10 400' J'eet, and has lhe distinction of being the only volcano located within the confines of our tTnited States that may be re- garded as being at all active. Although there were outward In- dications o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 11 December 1925

The Mountain Eagle - VOLUME 7. NO. 19 Elmtloa Mil (mm SIERRA BLANCA. HUDSPETH COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, DBCEMBBtt 11, riVK CKNTri A COP* Popular Couple On the December Grid R. H. ESPY AND MISS BEULAH DURRILL TAKE VOWS OF MAN AND W'lFE Mr. R H Esp.v of Hot wells and Mjas Beuiah Durrill of Van Horn weco united in mtriage Tuesday, December 1st. The Durrill8 andJSspys are prominent people and the young couple is popular in social circles. A -shower was given in honor of Miss Durrill by the Misses Hazel Armarium and Sallye Hallew in Van Horn last Saturday after- noon. The newly-weds will make their home in Aiihiu r*. Moves Hare From Colorad) City Marcus Snyder, from Colorado, LadieS Hold BaZZar Texas has purchased the home | formerly occupied by B. E,_Wag-1 non and expects to move here very shortly. The Wagnou's have move 1 to the south side of town into one of Mrs. A. B. Pas- chal's houses, • $ 1 SAVlHti' J. W. Winebrenner, of the Winebrenner store, is in El Paso this week for treatmeut. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 11 December 1925

J w< The Mountain Eagle PUBLISIIBD EVERV FBIDAY ATStEltBlBLANCA, TEXAS J „ C. J. WARREN, EDITOR & OWNEB Subscription Price, $1.60 Per Year; Display Advertising, 25 Cents Per Column Inch Each Insertion; Readers lo Cents Per Line. SNTSMKD AS •SOOND-CLASS MATTBH JULY 2. 1919 AT THK POST OFFICS, tlMRA BLANCA. TRXAI, EDITORIAL C 0 MM E N T Another rearu'ar feature in Thp Eagle, which not* pep into th« sheet, i«* our cartoon service. It comes higher than what is some times termed "boiler plat*" hut we b«li«ve it will be appreciated. Wp wern forced to leave out much jyood news last, wpptk, for thp reason wp wpre short, on fcyoe and jot a 'atP start, on thp nan r. aNo. Another thins wp much rpjrrettfld whs bad rollers la«fc tfppk and con- sequent^ bad print. Wp pre making an effort this wppft t,« hnv nnw rollers in tlmp for this issup, and t.vne too. Whpn wp grot, the necessary material we expect to imnrovp the paper from time to time Do the peoplp of Sierra Rlsnca realizp that thpr®...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 11 December 1925

How Doctors Treat Colds and the Flu To break up a colU overnight or to cut short an attack of grippe, in- fluenza, sore throat or tonsillitis, phy- sicians and druggists are now recom- mending Calotabs, the purified and refined calomel compound tablet that gives you the effects of calomel and salts combined, without the unpleas- unt effects of either. One or two Calotabs at bed-time with a swallow of water,—that's all. No salts, no nausea nor the slightest interference with your eating, work or pleasure. Next morning your cold has vanished, your system is thor- oughly purified and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for break- fast. Eat what you please,—no dan- ger. Get a family package, containing full directions, only 85 cents. At anv drug store. (adv) SIERRA BIiANCA LODGE NO. luoa A. F. * A. M. Practice Meeting: Every Thursday Evening Regular Meeting: Second Thursday Evening Each Month PICK-UPS ■Y CLEM No Need to Go Hungry When we are ready to feed you. Yarbri A GOOD LINt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 11 December 1925

Don't Overlook This Offer Asa special inducement to now subscribers, we are miking * three month's trial subscription for 25 cents (stamps not accepted). We cannot take a full .vears sub scription at this price. Santa Claus is making his head quarters at the Monroe Pharmacy, Van Horn' Texa*. HAZZARD and BROWN ACTOMOB1LS, BTC. IXSVBAHOI ef m 4. D. Mom. A|C|| For Dental Gold, Ptatin- um, Silver, Diamonds, magneto points, false teeth, jew- e!r>', my v*ioab es. Mail today. Oesta bv retorn mail. Hoke S. 4 R. Co., Otsego. Mich. 35000 bargains thalnu.cn money saved to you I ALUSORE NEWS ITEMS The weather has been too cold here for the past week for us to do much of anything, therefore wo can not write about doing nothing. O. O. Oarender, N. L. South- ard and ft, i«. Southard went to Sierra Hlsnoa Tues t*y. Mr. Cav* ender says the road is much bet- ter than it used to be. Garland Bristow shod eight horses and mules in Allamore Wednesday tor a traveler. G. W. Hawkins went to Van Born Wedn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 1 January 1926

b A COUNTY-WIDE NEWSPAPER—C \RRIE5 THE HOME AND BOD3TS WHERE IT IS CONSISTENT subscription $1.50 Year volume 7. NO. 22 4% *- . d sierra blanca, hudspeth county. tj — BXi$, Friday, January 1, lfltt'l' five cents a COPt Woman Killed in Car Accident Near Allamore Mrs. J. b. Young, aged 55 ^ears, was killed when a cur on which she was riding with her husband, Dr. J. B. Young of Moody, Texas, turned~uver, on highway No. 1. four miles west of Van Horn last Monday afternoon. She was pinned beneath the front seat with her husband who wad unable to extricate her. He was unhurt. She lived about 20 min- utes following the accident. They were on their way to California. The body of Mrs. Young was taken back to Moody on No. 6 Tuesday for burial. Sierra Blanca Gets Taste of Winter Weathef Sierra Blanca got her first taste of real winter weather"this season last Sunday and Monday when snow and sleet blanketed this section of the state. The ther- mometer dropped to eleven de grees above Monday, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 1 January 1926

1 1 f I fe The Mountain Eagle PUBLISHBD EVERY FBJDAY AT SIERRA. BLANCA, TEXAS C. J. WARREN, EDITOR Sc OWNER Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year; Display Advertising, 25 Gents Per Column Inch Each Insertion; Readers 10 Cents Per Line. INTinCO AS tICOMD-CLASS MATTM JULY 2. t l® AT TM« POST OFFICB • IKRIt A BLANCA. TIXAS. PICK-UPS EDITORIAL COMMEMT Now is the time for making re- solutions-start the year off right. It's true many a good new year resolution is broken before Washington's Birthday, but not all. It is better to be resolved to do many things and only accom- plish a few than to never have a plan or have anything to work toward. Many things worth while have come about as u result of New Year Resolutions. It is not that Newyears Day holds any charm. We are not superstitious. But it being the beginning of a year, makes it a good time to plan for that year. People that never lay out their work or look forward, plan, are more prone to drift. It would be even better, to plan work at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 1 January 1926

«#Sl if I How Doctors Treat Golds and the Flu To break up a cold overnight or to cut short an attack of grippe, in- fluenza, sore throat or tonsillitis, phy- sicians and druggists are now recom- mending Calotabs, the purified and refined calomel compound tablet that gives you the effects of calomel and salts combined, without the unpleas- ant effects of either. One or two Calotabs at bed-time with a swallow of water,—that's all. No salts, no nausea nor the slightest interference with your eating, work or pleasure. Next morning jr«ir cold has vanished, your system is thor- oughly purified and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for break- fast. Eat what you please,—no dan- ger. i 0 Get a family package, containing full directions, only 35 cents. At any drug store. (adv) SIERRA BLANCA LODGE NO. luoa A. F. & A. M. Regular Meeting: Second Thursday Evening Each Month Practice Meeting': Every Thursday Evening SEND TODAY for this wonderful book of sav- ings. Its 800 pages are l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 1 January 1926

-muMryy-''*" ilMlilMWW'WIB'MMI ampMHI 4 \ K£;>' A Chicago Change The late Victor Lawson, the Chica- go newspaper publisher, told one day at a luncheon a story about the changes In Chicago. "When 1 was a boy," he snld, "you could go Into a candy store and buy a pound of good mixture for a quarter. Well, a boy the other afternoon went Into Chicago's finest candy store and said: " 'A quarter's worth of mixture, please.' "The salesgirl looked at him and laughed. Thffn She said as she handed him his quarter's worth: " 'Here's two. You can mix 'em yourself.'" - Hudspeth County Abstract Company - A. E. POLK, Manager Agent for Bankers Life Co. of Des Moines, Iowa; Su- perior Fire Insurance Co., Pittsburg, Penn.; Southern Casualty Company, Auto- mobile Insurance. A GOOD LINE OF GASES AMD OILS; GOOD SERVICE Red Ball Filling Station LOVE HOTEL Your patronage Solicited. Mrs. T. D. Love-Prop J, ,ff, ,11, ,|f, ,||, Ju .ft. tftm atla ilia A JL A ifiaXa VTVTTVVV'rVVVVV'rTVVVTVVT TTT i: No Need t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 8 January 1926

i The Mountain Eagle A COUNTY-WIDE NEWSPAPER-CA^RRS TH5 H0VI3 N*EV3 A^D BOD5T3 WHERE IT IS CONSISTENT subscription $1.50 Year VOLUME 7. NO. 23 SIERRA BLANCA. HUDSPETH COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, FIVE CENTS A COPt Congressman Hudspeth Saves $55,000.00 Congressman C. 6. Hudspeth was instrumental in restoring $55,00000 which had been lopped off the amount for the extermi- nation of predatory animals first of thia week when he appeared before the house committee on appropriations considering the agricultural appropriation bill. Mr. Hudspeth told the com- mittee that the cut recommended by the budget bureau would seri- ously interfere with extermination of wolves in Texas and New Mexico. Guerra to Put 175 Acres to Cotton This Year Jose Guerra of the Guerra Dry Goods Co. in Sierra Blanca will put 175 acres to cotton this year. He recently bought an engine in El Paso that cost sixteen hun- dred dollars which will be used for pumping water. Mr. Guerra has two sections of land over on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 8 January 1926

\ ■, The Mountain Eagle PUBLISHED BVBBV FHIDAY AT SIKItRA BLANCA, TEXAS C. J. WAKUEN, EDITOR & OWNER Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year; Display Advertising, 25 Cents Per Column Inch Each Insertion; Readers 10 Cents Per Line. INTIRID AS KCOND CLASS MATTIR JULY 2. 1019 AT THI POST OFFICI SIERRA BLANCA. TEXAS, EDITORIAL COMMENT PICK-UPS SIERRA BLANCA MUST HAVE WATER Folks, Che town of Sierra Blanca must have water. Now, where the money to provide it is coming from at present we are not quali- fied to say. But the town must have water. We know Sierra Blanca will have water some day but why wait ten years five or even three. xWhy not get busy right away, It means everything to the town. Sometimes it takes an outsider to find out what we are sorely lacking in. Mr. D. H. Halley of Eastern Texas was here the first of this week and he could see right off how badly we need water. We get use to doing with out a thing sometimes until we fail to realize how badly it is needed. Financing wat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 8 January 1926

\ BANK ACCOUNT GOOD THING TO HAVE ••• • •• ••• YOU who bad an account at the bank appreciated it during the holidays. The same is true in old age, or when you wish to send your boy or girl away £o college. The fact of the business is—a bank account is a pretty good thing to fall back on most any time. The Sierra BlancaState Bank Right Now Service Magnolia gases & oils FIRESTONE TIRES Tire Service Storage Borderland Auto Co. Home of service and satisfaction To Radio Owners I have just received a supply of radio tubes and batteries for sale at Blanco Motor Co. shop. To those who have no radio, come in and let us talk it over. Prices and terms are right. FREED-EISEMANN MODEL NR-7-UST PRICE ft /• € Storage Battmry Tub** Radio Receivers P. H. Glodfelty Authorized Dealer NOTICE! I have a fine line of suit & shirt samples. Prices reasonable' Cleaning, pressing and shoe repair. Second hand clothing bought & sold. Frank i. Cook • . I. CONNIR BLANCA TRD3. ■LDfl. HUBBARD AND MAYES ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 8 January 1926

I II ts 35000 bargains that mean money saved to you I CEND TODAY for this ^ wonderful book of sav- ings. Its 800 pages are literally bursting with bar- gain prices on the world's best merchandise. Almost everything you need is listed among the 35,000 itelns pictured, described and plainly priced-priced at a very definite and substantial saving for you. "Your Order Shipped Within 24 Hours" MAIL THIS COUPON Scars, Roebuck and Co. TA200 j Chicago Philadelphia Dallw SttftU Kaoiaa Ctcv j Send Latctt General Catalog, j i Name —i 1 ] Rural Route. State ! Street and No. , New Card Game Just Out School lessons in arithmetic may be played with this game and found very interesting for old as well as young. It is not an idle pastime, but edu- cational and fully as interesting as other games. The desire to play the game forces the student to learn at least a portion of their next day's school lesson in arithmetic. The game teaches the player one of life's greatest problems-arithmetic Can you mak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 15 January 1926

The Mountain Eagle A COUNTY-WIDB NEWSPAPER -CARRIES THE HOME NEWS AND BOOSTS WHERE I r IS CONSISTENT dtec subscription $1.50 Year VOLUME 7. NO. 24 SIERRA BLANCA, HUDSPBTH COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. ML'tl FIVE CENTS A COPt Commissioners Court Convened Last Monday Commissioners Court of Huds- peth CouQty convened in regular session last Monday, with the Hon. J. M. Walling, county judge presiding, and commissioners B. N. Love, C. E. Benton, Ibb Cav ender, T. H. Yarbro present- The McNary Auto Company was authorized to test lights. The Court approved and endors- ed the work now being done by the present Highway Com miss ion and recommended that Divis ion Highway Engineer H. P. Hening be retained. The following bills were pre- sented and allowed: B. N. Love, supervising roads for December $50.00 C. E.'Benton, supervising roads for December $50.00 Ibb Cavenddr, supervising roads for December $50.00 T. H. Yarbro, supervising roads for December $50.00 E. G. McAdoo, work on Alia- mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 15 January 1926

I f is- I' I I If ifl> 3 v.: ! I I, 1 The Mountain Eagle publish CD EVElir fhiday at SIERRA blan'ca, TEXAS C. J. YVABKEN, EDITOR & OWNER Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year; Display Advertismg, 25 Cents Per Column Inch Each Insertion; Readers 10 Cents Per Line. INTIRID AS IICOND CLAS8 MATTIR JULY 2. 1919 AT THI POST OFFICI SIERRA BLANCA. TIXAS, PICK-UPS BY CLEM Political Announcements The Eagle is authorized to make the following announcements of candidates for office, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri maries of Hudspeth County, July 24, 1920: Fop Tax Assessor JESS C. WILLIAMS [rb-election] For County Treasurer WARREN M. CHASTAIN [re-election] EDITORIAL COMMENT Will 1927 find us still without water? It will if we content our selves with the situation as it now standi. It's going to take a little united effort to get a reservior for the town, but it will *be worth the effort. There will be those who will say,"We certainly need it," and there will be those who will say...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 15 January 1926

OEND TODAY for this ^ wonderful book ot sav- ings. Its 800 pages are literally bursting with bar- gain prices on the world's best merchandise. Almost everything you need is listed among the 35,000 items pictured, described and plainly priced-priced at a very definite and substantial saving for you. "Your Order Shipped fViihin 24 Hours" MAIL THIS COUPON Sears, Roebuck and Co. T.BJ00 j Chicago Philadelphia DalUu Seattle Kaota* City j Send Latest General Catalog j Name _____! Hot Wells Mrs. Mabel Shifflette and daughter Anna Belle have re- turned from El Paso to their home at Dahlherg. J. F. Tinner is the i roud own- er of an excellent ftadio set thai Mr. Richmond recently installed for him at the Rcfdwuy Keen ranch. Reports excellent recept- ions. Messers Nash and Owen of the Owen Construction Company of Dallas were in Hot Wells Mon- day and Tuesday looking over the site for the Sanatorium. They contemplate building. II. L. Downum the Boiler In spector of the G. II. was in^ilot Wells ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 15 January 1926

:ls r Balmy Breezes > a OC&// Vb (CipyrteK W. V H. Health Hints for Live Stock in Summer Months DurinK tlif HiiiiiiiK'r month* one of the nicwt Important fin o. In maiu- 1 tulnlnx the health of live xtoi'k In to ' aee that they luive plenty of pure drink I nj{ water. Overheat or sunstroke may be avoided, especially during har- vest time, Jt' the horses are watched closely and watered two or three times during the hottest periods of the day. A small quantity of water In a pall given lo the team will Increase the amount of sweating. Kvaporatlon of moisture from the. body acts as a cooling agent. The small amount of trouble Involved in getting plenty of water t"o work animals will he repaid by their ability to stand more work. A gcod supply of pure water Is Just as necessary fi>r cattle iHid-Jiogs as for work horses during the hot "weath- er. Where young and adult rattle are pastilred together, the young ones are sometimes skimped on water on ac- count of being crowded away, ...

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