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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 12 March 1926

The Mountain Eagle A COUNTY-WIDE NEWSPAPER- CARRIES THE HOME NEWS AND BOOSTS WHERE IT IS CONSISTENT volume 7 NO. 32 SIERRA BLANCA, HUDSPETH COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. march 12, 1026. subscription $1.50 Year FIVE CENTS A OOP\ m ■mhs Com. Court Proceedings For March The regular term of Commit sioner's Court of' Hudspeth County was in session in March, all officers were present except Commissioner Love of Precinct 1. Ordered that clerk issue war- rant to Jess Mosley for $81.50 for road work upon presenting his bill. Ordered, for clerk to issue warrent to .T. M. Bean for bridge work upon presenting his bill. W. B. Bean's quarterly report ilpproved. Resignation of Dr. Geo. M. Dunne accepted and clerk order- ee to issue warrant for $37.50 Motion appointing Dr, T. C. Whitehead county physician be- ginning Feb. 15th at $75.00 per month. Clerk ordered to issue warrent for $37.50 for last half month of F ebruary and $75.00 on last day of each month there after. The sum of $500 ^as allowed for roa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 12 March 1926

iicfc-K. : v<-U".:V:V-; S"«Vv •••;•••: ■ THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE. SIERRA BLANCA, TEXAS, MARCH 12, 1926 Seen in National Orange Show in California i *>$**?£* 5 «f osJLfrfTK BraSH Soy Beans Bust Planted in Rows Make More Seed and Hay Per Acre Than Drilled or Broadcast. San This is the novel Bernardino, Cal. exhibit of the city of Corona. Cal., Atlantic's Waves Work Havoc in New Hampshire Town m m In many sections where soy beans are not well known and are not grown extensively, many farmers have asked for Information about how to plant the beans. for best results. E. C. Blair, extension agronomist at the North Carolina State college, states that the beans will do better if planted in rows. Grown this way, the beans make more seed and more hay per acre than when drilled or broadcast. Contain Much Weed Seed. At the Mountain Branch station near Swannanoa, the hay from soy beans planted broadcast contained .r 0 per cent or mere of weeds, while there were no weeds In the hay where the bea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 12 March 1926

Suppliment To The Mountain Eagle the mountain EAGLE, sieura blanca, texas, march 12, lu'jti Carl Garner, editor of The Advocate, has been up again this week helping get out The Eagle. Joe Carson of the Blanca Trad- ing Co. spent a few days the first of the week at Hot Springs. Get Acquainted for a dollar. Send $1.00 for a special 5-months' subscription to SUNSET—the West's Great National Magazine —the clean, up-to-date monthly for the whole family. Spare-time agents wanted. Address 460 Foutrh St., San Francisco, Calif Church Directory Millican Memorial Baptist Church Sierra Blanca, Texas Preaching services 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month. Morning hour 11 o'clock. Evening 7:80 L. R. Millican Pastor Sunday School every Sunday morning 9:45 Come. Everyone Welcome. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 7:30 Everyone welcome. Come "Let him that hearetb come, and whosoever will, let him come," and enjoy the services of song and prayer, Baptist Womans Missionary Union meets every Tuesday after...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 12 March 1926

THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE. SIERRA "l.ANCA. TEXAS. MARCH 12, 1926 BUILD DAIRY HERD ON QUALITY BASIS Soundness, type, and performance are the three qualities for which to look In buying cows or bulls to build up a herd. To largely increase the production of a herd is a slow process, but It is much more difficult when the original animals are not carefully se- lected. The three characteristics listed, meaning freedom from disease, out- ward evidence of breed character and dairy ability, and the recorded ability to produce milk and butterfat econom- ically are the prime requisites for which the dairyman should look. Dairymen get considerable Income from the sale of surplus stock, and therefore should be Interested in so selecting cows for their herds and in bo handling that this surplus will bring a top price. I'rof. H. A. Hopper of the New York State College of Agriculture at Ithaca makes these statements, and follows them with remarks on breed- ing. He says it takes a highly pre- potent bull...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 12 March 1926

THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE, SIEUUA BLANCA, TEXAS, MARCH 12, 1U5J6 ANNOUNCE ME NT J. B. Fisher of Fabens, has purchased the Kanose.v Drug Store, and extends a cardial invitation to every one to come in and get accquanted. We will strive to please everyone, as our policy is "satisfied customers." "If we please you tell others, if we don't, tell us.'" Our stock of drugs and sundries are the best money can buy. If we haven t what you want, let us know, and if it can be procured, we will be glad to get it for you, and our prices are right. All advertised arcticles sold at adver- tised prices. Our drug and preecription department is managed by compatent druggist, and you can rest assured t&at your wants will be filled exactly right. Our candies, tobaccoes and cold drinks are the best in town. , Come in and give us a trial. Your patronage will be very mnch appreciated, "Yours for better service," BLANCA DRUG COMPANY 'J. B. FISHER, PROPRIETOR THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE. Published Every Friday by C. J. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 19 March 1926

4 The Mountain Eagle a county-wide newspaper -carries the home news and boosts where it is consistent VOLUME 7 NO. 33 sibrra blanc a, hudbpbth county, texas. friday, MARCH 19, 1926. subscription $f.50Year riva conth a. oof* FERGUSON'S SHOT AT EAGLE GOES WILD Bandit Holds Up McNary Merchant The Wells, Stillwell & Spear store at McNary was robbed last night about dark. One man en- tered the store and threw a pistol on Flinn the manager of the store and made him go to the safe and hand out the money—$278. He then forced Flinn to go with him about a half a mile and beat it. A posse of men searched for the bandit last night and picked up his trail down the railroad track in the direction of Sierra Blanca. Officers and deputies in Sierra Blanca were on the lookout all last night and watched all freight trains. The bandit was traveling afoot. At the time of going to press no word of the bandit's capture has been received. Birthday Party A lovely party was given at the home of Mr. and M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 19 March 1926

THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE, SIERRA BLANCA. TEXA& MARCH t , 1926 Honor Heroic Indian Woman Ask Government for Monu- ment to Sacajawea, Who Guided Lewis, Clark. Cheyenne. Wyo.—Neglected, on a bleak pluin in Wyoming, lies the grave of the Iudiun girl Sacajawea, whose guidance enabled President Jef- ferson's expedition under Lewis and Clark to blaze a trail to the Pacific aud make known the vast riches of our Northwest territory. Representa- tive Winter, who has written a book about her, has asked the federal gov- ernment to appropriate money enough to mark the grave of this Shoshone whose service was not less devoted, though less celebrated, than that of Pocahontas. Sacajawea saved the explorers from being wiped out by redmen, piloted them from midcontlneat to the sea with a papoose on her back, gave her beads to buy them furs against the cold, rescued their instruments, rec- ords and supplies from the rapids where they had capsized—yet never was rewarded or recognized except by a monument...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 19 March 1926

THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE. SIERRA KLANCA. TEXAS. MARCH 1<>. 192fi m I Dairy Barn Must Be Properly Planned, Well Built and Thoroughly Equipped GOOD PASTURE IS FIRST ESSENTIAL A good pasture is the first essential for successful live stock production and one containing only the wild or native grasses will not increase the bank account on the basis of grow- ing cattle since it will produce an approximate gain of only one pound per animal daily. "Such a pasture will only pay about two per cent on the invest- ment," says I'rof. R. S. Curtis, of the animal husbandry department at the North Carolina State college. "A business man figures that he must have at least six per cent on his money. A good pasture seeded to tame grasses and properly made and cared for will return this amount. In other words, where the live stock man gets only one pound gain per day on native pastures, he should get from two to three pounds gain on all tame pasture. "It is time to plow up the old pas- tures, reseed t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 19 March 1926

{HI HOPNTA1I >jiGLE, SIERBA BLANCA, TEXAS', MARCH 19, 1926 THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE: THE SOAP WEED Wafer's Garage READ GOOD BOOKS X 9 Published Every Friday by C. J. WAffREN, Editor and Owner. Hubscrlption Price: Pw lew, |1JW Advertising Rates Reasonable and Make Known on Application Entered as second-caes matter July 2, 1919, at ttte post office at Sierra Blanca, Texas, under the Act'of March 3, 1879. 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, 192G: For State Comptroller of Public Accounts S. H. TERRELL re-election For State Treasurer W. GREGORY HATCHER re-election. For Tax Assessor JESS C. WILLIAMS [re-election] LOUIS MELBERTH For County Treasurer WARREN M. CHASTAIN [re-election] Sierra Blanca Public Schools, Sierra Blanca, Texas, March 19, 1926 School Minutes The assembly opened Friday morning, March 12, with the song "Cheer Up". A few r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 26 March 1926

gp §§i & §t m MM s 'W Hi j « pmmrn. m m ■ • jr* • .1 The Mountain Eagle VOLUME 7 MO. 84 A COUNTY-WIDE NEWSPAPER -CARRIES THE HOME WftWS AND BOOSTS WHERE IT IS CONSISTENT SIERRA BLANCA. HUD8PHTH COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MABCH 26, 1026. subscription $150Y( <ir PIVB CBMTS A O0H\ Junior-Seniors Hold Banquet in Carson Home Superintendent Denman Was Toastmaster; Several Good Toasts Given. The Junior-Senior Banquet of the Sierra Blanca High School was given at the home of ;-Mr- and Mrs. W. C. Carson, Friday evening, March 19. The guests were received in the reception room by members of the junior class. They were then ushered into the dining room where plates were laid for thirteen guests. Mr. W. B. Den- man acted as toastmaster and, after his introductory remarks, the speakers of the evening were introduced. Miss Jeane Polk toasted the seniors and Miss Imogene Wagnon responded. Mrs. John Ballew gave a toast "To the Future of the Seniors" after which Misses Ruth Bra- shears, Imogene W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 26 March 1926

LIVE STOCK WASTE MILK GOOD FOR BROOD SOWS Greater Length . :' ■ of Wool Staple There Is no feed better than milk for the brood sow during the two months or six weeks before farrow- ing. The size and strength of the pigs will be determined by the klr«l of feed the sow gets during this period and she should have some pro- tein feed from animal sources. Skim milk,, buttermilk, fish meal or tank- age furnish such nutriments. "In the absence of milk, either the fish meal or tankage may be used," says Prof. W. W. Shay, swine exten- sion specialist at the North Carolina State college. "Experiments- con- ducted by Earl Hostetler of the ex- periment station staff show that the difference in feeding value is small. It is mostly a question of cost. The same is true of skim milk or butter- milk unless there is too much rinse water in the buttermilk. "However, unless milk can be bought at about 38 cents per hundred pounds, it would be profitable to buy the fish meal or tankage; otherwise, the fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 26 March 1926

Supplement To The Mountain Eagle THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE, S1EKBA BLANC A, TEXAS,' MABCH 2t>, iy2C> Society Neets With Mrs. L. 0. Ramsey The Woman's Missionary Soci-. etj of the Methodist church was I entertained in th6 home of Mrs. L. O. Ramsey Tuesday, March 23rd. The president Mrs. Geo. Love presided. Opening song—"Jesus Calls Us", followed by prayer by the Rev. Kelly—Song "I need Thee Every Hour" was sung. Responsive reading from Pro verbs. Song, "What a Friend We Have In Jesus. Mrs. Kelley had charge of the Devotional. The 23rd Psalm was used. Next meeting March 80th to be with Mrs J. W. Stephens—Bible Study—Answer Roll call with verse from Issiah—Mrs. J. D Brown leader. The meeting being the "Social Day was turned over to the hostess—A Contest was then held—Also some sayings of Aunt "Het" were read, much to the amusement of the crowd. A delightful social hour was spent by all present. The hostess served a delicious salad course to thefollowing:—Rev. J. I. Kelly Mesdames Loyd B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 26 March 1926

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 26 March 1926

THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE, SIERRA Bf,ANCA. TEXAS. MARCH ' FARM POULTRY RIGHT FEED WILL STOP SOFT SHELL3 At this time of the year no com- plaint la much more common than that hens are laying Koft-slielled eggs. This means considerable loss through a corresponding reduction in the quan- tity of marketable eggs produced. The 'causes of soft-shelled eggs are well known to the well-informed poultry- man. He understands that the ap- pearance of such an egg is an iudlca- tlon of improper feeding and lie gov- erns himself accordingly. The yolk of the egg is fully formed when it breaks from the hen's ovary and drops into the funnel-shaped inouth of the oviduct. It is at this point that fertilization of the egg takes place, if the egg is to be fertilized, and probably within a few minutes of the breaking loose of the yolk. In about three" hours the formation of the thicker albumen is completed, this taking place in the upper and central sections of the oviduct. The third and last section of this org...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 26 March 1926

■%v . / •• f f m MOCTKTA1V BAGLIC, SIBRBA BLAMCA, TEXAS, MAfcCH 16, 1«*« THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE. Publiahed Every Friday by ' C. J. WARREN, Editor and Owner. HabMrlption Price: Per, Tear. 91JO Advertising Itetoe Kcuowtblo aad lfake Known on AppiioatlM Entered u second-cms matter July 2, 1919, at the post office at Sierra Blanca, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Political Announcements The Eagle is authorized to make tbe following announcements of candidates for office, subject to .tbe.action of tbe Democratic Pri- ' marjes of Hudspeth County, July 24, 1926: For State Comptroller of Public Accounts S. H. TERRELL RE-ELECTION For State Treasurer W. GREGORY HATCHER RE-ELECTION. For Tax Assessor JESS C. WILLIAMS [RE-ELECTION] LOUIS MELBERTH For County Treasurer WARREN M. CHASTAIN « [RE-ELECTION] For County and District Clerk RODWAY KEEN [RE-ELECTION] A. E. POLK For Sheriff & Tax Collector HARRY MOORE , [RE-ELECTION] ALEX GARDNER For Hide and Animal Inspector B. E. WAGNON [RE-ELECTIO...

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

The Mountain Eagle A COUNTY-WIDE NEWSPAPER -CARRIES THE HOME NEWS AND BOOSTS WHERE IT IS CONSISTENT siascRipnnN $|.S0Year VOLUME 7 NO. 35 SIERRA BLANCA. HUDBPBTH COUNTY. TEXAS. PRIDAY. APRIL, t, lf*26. r:v a cbntm a am Mexican Shot at Ft, Hancock The Pre-Easter Tour A Mexican was shot through the breast last Sunday night in Fort Hancock when Mexicans and local officers exchanged several shots. C. (Doc) Marsden, deputy sher- iff, and Jess Wallbridge, a custom officer of Fort Hancock, were called by a Mexican about one o'clock in the night to go over to the Mexican home where he said other Mexicans had attacked him. When the officers arrived they found four or five Mexicans fighting. As soon as the officers turned the corner of the house some of the Mexicans opened fire, it is reported. Several shots were then exchanged by the officers and Mexicans, resulting in one Mexican being wounded and three others arrested. Sheriff Harry Moore, Doctor Whitehead and John Williams were called and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 2 April 1926

V-WvJ< THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE. SIERRA BLANCA. TEXAS. Aftft Z- New Foot Bridge in Grand Canyon 4+ r ■ s~y F ; 5*V! 3? . IIV -* * TEACHING HEIFERS TO MILK HARD JOB Wafer's Garage J It looks like a spider web, bui the newiy completed suspension bridge across the Colorado river In (Jrand Canyon National park, Arizona, will hold tip pedestrians antj burros. It was not made for vehicles. It enables tourists to reach some picturesque sections of the park that were difficult of access In the past. Nobility Visit President «• mm. m Kvery dairyman has his method of teaching the heifer to milk. Sum# heifers break Into milk without ti great deal of trouble, while others are j quite the opposite. I have never found one rule that would fit all cases, writes L n C. Reynolds in the Michi- gan Farmer. However, some general I principles may lie generally applied. One of these principles is to study the disposition of the animal, becoming as well acquainted with her as possible before it is time f- r h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 2 April 1926

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mountain Eagle — 2 April 1926

THE MOUNTAIN EAGLB, HI RUB A BLANCA, TEXAS, APRIL 9, 1W2C THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE. MBMK Bimr FrMa? kr CJ VADEM EMr ad Oww Juir UJ . PoiiticaJ Announcements Tin* Esafle i* authorised to make Sit? friManrimc1 iUHKi ut ©emeot*> of i iidiiiSir f ivr office, subject to Jiie •cImib of tbe Democratic Pri- ntnoiiec o(f H d*petii Const j. J uiy A IK4J0: THE SOAP WEED RKAD OOOO BOOKS Sierra Blanca Public Schools, Sierra Blanca, Texas, April 2, 1926 lnjogene Wagnon - -- -- -- -- -- - Editor-in chief CaH Kamsey, - - - - Reporter for high school Rupert Leggett, - - - Assistant Editor Geoe Jo Winebrenner, Reporter for Room 3 Mre. Ed Love, Reporter for Room 1 BY OLEN McOLOTHLIN Mi«) Myrtle Rublen, - Reporter for Room 2 S ILTEEBELL FsrSbteTr W, CBEXMY HATCHER 3BB-SX4JCT1Q* Far fax JESS CL WILLIAMS |XB^L£CTKIKj LOOS MELHEBTH mem m. chastajx 3 School Minutes | The Assembly opened Friday, | March 26 with the song, "Out i Where The West Begins. This was followed by a few remarks ! by Mr. Denman, after wh...

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