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HEAVY COURT DOCKET
FOR SILVER CITY
County Prisdners Worked to
Make Good Road for
Silver City, N. II., Feb. 21. The spring
term of the third judicial district court
will open in SilveS City with judge
Frank TV. Parker presiding, on March 7.
The Grant county jail has an unusually
large number of imnates awaiting trial,
fend one or two Important murderTcases
are on the docket for trial. From all
Indications the term -will be a busy one,
providing the cases on the docket all
come up for trial.
Some of the automobile owners here
Trent before die county commissioners at
their last meeting and placed before
them a proposition to have the county
prisoners do some work on the road be
tween Silver City and the
now several weeks in smoothing the
road and filling in washes?.
At the present time there are nearly
30 autos in and around Silver City.
Charles F. "Woodward, son f James
TVoodward, an old resident of this city,
died here of pneumonia. He was 20
years of age.
A special election has oeen called by
the Silver City council to fill the va
cancy made by the death of councilman
Eugene Cosgrove, on Tvednescay, Feb.
Tularosa, N.. M., Feb. 21. A. J. Hall
.and wife are moving to the "Huidoso
country, where Mr. Hall will farm.
Dan Gugins has returned to his mine
in the San Andres, after a short stay in
Thomas Meek is able to be out again,
after a siege of la grippe
Jack Connors left recently for San
Mr. "Ward, superintendent of the
Faywood I "Flj'ing H" ranch, has returned to Ar-
Sanitary Board Resrardinjr Scabies Ik
Very Strict In Xerv
Roswell. X. M- FAh. 2V TVia nrflpr
farmers of the lower valley will plant Tissued relative to quarantine for scabies
Knrfners offerinir their machines In
hauling the prisoners to and rrom heir The "Woman's Home Missionary so-work-
The commissioners appropriated ciety will give an oyster supper Tues
$150 and the prisoners have been at work day night.
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Blight's
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
will convince you that Pineules will do all we
rfoim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
Pineules are put up in two sizes; $L0O and 50 cents. The dollar size contain
IK times as much as the 50 cent size.
JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A.
Sold hy Knoblauch Drug Company.
Handlers Will Form Canta
loupe Growers Associa
tion at M alaga. ,
Carlsbad, X. M., Feb. 21. The first
regnlar meeting- of the noard of con
trot of the Pecos "Water Users' associa
tion, since the election of new members
last month, -was held in the office of the
secretary recently. E. J. Sanford, the
newly elected president, mace his in
augural address to the board, outlining
his policies for the coming year. The
offices of secretary and treasurer were
combined, and A. II. Horc, Tvno has been
secretary for the past three years, -was
elected to succeed himself as secretary,
and was also elected treasurer. His
bond for $2000 and $12,000 for each of
the offices, respectively, was approved
by the board.
The proposition of establishing an ex
perimental farm was submitted to the
board and a committee was appointed
to receive proposals iu writing, sub
mitting bids for the location of the
farm. The committee is to report at
the next meeting of the board.
The board appointed a committee of
two to confer -with the Carlsbad Com
mercial club relative to the organiza
tion of a Pecos Valley Tax leagne.
"When the matter was presented to the
latter named club it met -with a hearty
approval, and correspondence will be
had with the commercial clubs of the
other towns in the valley soliciting their
Cantaloupe Growers Organise.
A call has been issuefl tor a meeting
of the farmers of the lower vajley to
meet at Malaga, Feb. 26. for the purpose
of organizing a cantaloupe growers' as
sociation. A general Interest in canta
loupe growing has been manifested by
numerous fruit and vegetable growers
here in the valley during the past two
years, since the success of tnose who
grew them -was so apparent. That the
soil and climate here is -well adapted
to cantaloupe growing has been thor
oughly demonstrated, and many of the
farmers have signified their intention of
planting from one to five and 10 acres,
and one or two have stated that they
would plant as large an acreage as "20,
depending upon the success of the or
ganization. The Farmers' club, of the Otis dis
trict will hold an evening- session. Feb.
22, at -which time addresses will be
livered by "W. R. Hegler on "Poultry
Raising;" J. B. Roberts will talk on
"Hotv to Grow Tomatoes;" J. C. Keith
will discuss "Curing Clears on the
Farm." A general discussion on farm
topics will also be held. Many of the
PREPABE MANY ACRES
FOR DRY FARM WORK f
Tucuineari Democrats Or
ganize Club STews rTotes
Tucumcari, N. M., Feb. 21. The board
of directors of the New Mexico Demon
stration farm, which Is located two
miles east of here; has ordered that the
(work of preparing the sol: for planting
be continued after the recent snow
thaws off. until the necessary amount
of land required is prepared.
Farming conditions in 'northeastern
New Mexico are in an excellent shape
for experiments in dry farming this
year, and reports from nearly every
community In this section of the terri
tory say that large crops -will be put
out. The farmers everywhere are In
terested and are preparing to make
many experiments in the dry farm meth
ods of soil culture.
At a called mass, meeting recently a
Democratic club -sras organized. "W. L.
Stamper, editor of the Sun, was elected
president; R. P. Ionohee, probate clerk,
vice president; G. TV. Von Shriltz. secre
tary, and C. B. Hamilton, treasurer.
Leslie Stephens, a tubucular sufferer,
who came to New Mexico tast summer,
d'ed on his homestead near Hudson, the
first station north of here. His father.
H. T. Stephens, arrived from Oceola, j and
Mo., to accompany the body back to his
old home for burial.
Rev. C. It. Brooks has returned from
Solona, where he has been holding a
D. H. Currj-. of Victor. Colo., is spend
ing a few days here vis-ting friends.
Mrs. J. F. Gault. of Oklahoma, Is
here visiting her son, conductor M. F.
T. A. Runyan is here from Aldrich.
Mo., visiting relatives.
E. D. Farris. of Sayre. Okla., who
owns property in this city, Is here look
ing after his Interests. ,
"W. E. Dudley, of the terriorial
mounted police force, is here on bxisi
ness. Alber Ellison, of McAiester, Okla., is
here visiting relatives.
F. M. Clough. superintendent of.
bridges and building of the E. P. & S.
"W., is in El Paso.
Joseph Israel has returned from a
trip through the east.
"W. L. Camp, a business man of Man
gum, Okla., is here looking Tor a loca
tion. Dr. D. O. Tanett and wife, of Elden.
Mo., are here on a visit with friends.
"W. P. Kaulbach, of Dalhart, Texas,
OBAH ILL HAVE
Townsite Company Makes
Improvements New Set
tlers Acquire Land.
GOING TO GROW
QUARANTINE ORDER OF
NEW MEXICO SHEEP.
millet this spring on ground to be
planted In alfalfa this coming fall. A
good hay cnp is assured besides put
ting the ground in good condition for
the planting of alfalfa later.
M. F. Greer, of Paradise, Kan., has
purchased two tracts of land from dif
ferent persons, tradinsr two automobiles
to each land owner in part payment for
tne iana. Autos are almost legal tenaer
in the Pecos valley.
BISBEE STARTS CRUSADE
AGAINST TYPHOID FEVER.
by the New Mexico sheep sanitary
board meets -with general interest in
New Mexico, and is of especial Interest
to Roswell, as there are a great many
prosperous sheep owners located here.
Tho order follows:
"It is hereby ordered that where any
sheep be found infected with the dis
ease of scabies that they immediately
bo placed in quarantine by an Inspector
Obar, N. M.. Feb. 21. At a meeting
of the directors of the Obar Townsite
company .it -was decided to begin work
at once on a' bank and store building,
50 by 75 feet, on the southeast corner
of block 59, on Circle Bar avenue and
The bank will occupy the corner, 25
by 50, and the storeroom will front on
both streets. The building will be or
concrete and strictly uptodate. This is
the first of an extensive building pro
gram now planned by the company and
H. A. Jones, of Cairo, 111., has bought
the 80 acres adjoining the townsite
from R. D. Perry, for $4000.
Some of the Obar broom corn crop
-was made into brooms by local people,
those -who use the brooms pro
nounce them of extra quality. The
brush is fired and takes up the dirt
better than the average broom of com
merce. A party, consisting of "YV. D. Rowe
and his mother, his son, Charles, his
brother, Arthur, and his brotherinlaw,
M. E. Dessem, -went out to Dihel val
ley, northwest of Obar, and each filed
on a half section, making 1200 acres,
all in one body.
Ed. Hackerott is piping the water
from his windmill to the house and
barn, and will have things pretty handy, j
Frank Mears will plant 200 fruit I
trees this spring.
Mrs. Jennie McCalpin, of St. Francis,
Texas, is here on a visit with Henry
McCalpin and family.
A. C Banta has returned from Cim
maron, N. M., -where he was employed
in the railway yards.
Geo. A. Pilley, who has been doing
carpenter work at Amarillo, Texas, is
back on his claim.
J. J. Nippert bought a new gang plow
and now plows with four horses.
Business Men Raise Money
for Development Daily
Paper There Novc.
Sweetwater, Texas.. Feb. 21. At the
citizens banquet S43S0 were raised in
less than an hour for the development
A. E. Llchty, resident engineer fot
the Santa Fe. has been transferred te
Lubbock by his company and Mr. "War
ren takes his place. Contractor Kar
ner has the grading contract for the
Santa Fe grade entering town and has
moved his teams about two miles from
town in order to make the necessary
grade under the T. & P. track here.
The Sweetwater Signal is now Issu
ing a daily paper, -which is much ap
preciated by many. The Adams Bros.,
who reecently moved here are deter
mined to make the paper a success.
Hugli Hunt, of Dallas, has bought the
C. I. Rucker gin.
L. F. Crans, R. Severn and K. R.
Seaton compose the new company organized-
fter the manufacture of orusned
rock and lime. The company -will be
incorporated for $30,000, and -will em
ploy 40 to 60 men.
After the severe cold snap people ar
smiling again, and looking- forward to
the spring business and enjoyments.
j The farmers are buying- a good deal of
implements pfepuraxuii uv , me crup
IS LOSES FEET
Falls Under Train Leaving
Gananea, Mexico Crew
Naco. Ariz., Feb. 21. While stepping
from a passenger train which was pull
ing out of Cananea, Jesus Rodriguez
fell between the coaches, one foot be
ing: cut off above the ankle, while the
other -was ground to a pulp.
The chief of police of Cananea and
others witnessed the accident from the
station platform. The train was al
lowed to proceed with little delav. th
!,train crew -was exonerated.
M. lu. Pollard Is visiting: Naco, as ho
has some spare time on his hands, having-
bought several hundred acres of
farming land at $10 gold per acre, lo
cated about 75 miles from Guaymas,
Sonora. Mexico. He states that he hai
let several contracts to native Mexi
cans to clear the land and plow It for
?10, Mexican money, an acre. In th
meantime Mr. Pollard and family ar
ivslting Naco, his former home.
-5- 4. 4. JI
ERN NEWS ON PAOB r Z
Power Company Files the
Papers at Santa Fe Long
Contested Suit Is
Santa Fe. N. M.. Feb. 21. rfwo mil
lion dollars is the capitalization of the
Tjevisa Creek Coal, Coke and Power
company, which has flted incorporation
papers. The headquarters are at Santa
Fe, and the incorporators are Oklahoma
men. The directors are: A. J. Powell,
of Fort Worth, Texas, who Is the ma
jority stockholder; T. J. Wood, W. I.
Alexander, W. J. Filbert. T. T. Kerr, C
T. Berrymore, of Oklahoma City; F. M.
Trays, of Chickasha, Okla., and Charles
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Capital and Surplus .-.$600,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TUKSEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYXOLDS, President.
James G. McNarv, Vice-President. Walter 31. Butler, Clsst. Cashier
Jno. II- Raynolds, Vice-President, Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
Assets ! : $4,500,000.00
WE SOLICIT YOUR BANKING- BUSINESS
Board of Health to Instruct Peopls On
Preventive Measures I.oreiI and
Johnson in Ineornoraf'
J Bisbee, Ariz., Feb. 21. The county
board of health decided ,ai a special
meeting: ,to begin an amityhpoid cam
paign by instructing- people as to the
best means of preventing the fever next
summer. Statistical data gathered by
the board of health shows considerable
increase of the, malady during this -winter,
and it is feared that a typhoid epi
demic Tvill ensue next summer.
In order to Interest miners in the as
saying class at the Y. M. C. A. It has
been decided to give free talks on the
subject. A lesson Trill be given at 1
p. m. so that men -working at the night
shifts may take advantage of It.
The charity committee of the local
board of trade has1 changed Its head
quarters for a new location in the Cen
tral school building. The change was
rendered necessary by the increasing
At a recent meeting of the Lowell citi
zens in judge- Murphy's court it was
decided to take all necessary steps to
have Lowell, Upper Lowell and John
son addition incorporated as a town.
The haste of this action is due to the
fact that it had been planned to incor
porate Lowell with Bisbee in the near
future, to which plan the citizens of
Lowell objected, on the ground that
taxes would increase.
Offices In New Building
The floor plans of the modern fireproof building of the Amer
ican National Bank are now ready and offices may now he re
served hy making application at the hank.
The American National Bank
OF EL PASO
Capital and Surplus $240,000.00.
Solomonville, Ariz.. Feb. 21. The Fort
nightly TVhist club met recently with
Mrs. Graut Robbing.
Mr. Chambers and 22r. Green, of Dan
ville. 111., are visiting nt the home of
"W. R. Chambers.
Dr. J. H. Lacjr has announced to his
friends that after April t he nvill remove
to Globe, Ariz., to practice his profes
sion. Miss Lilly Bishop is sick with la
That is why
stands in a class by itself. For
nearly sixty years, Burnett'
Vanilla Extract has beea the
recognized standard of purity and
excellence by which all other
Vanilla Extracts Have been judged.
You may look the world over
end you will never find another
vanilla anywhere, quite so rich
and satisfying in strength or "with
quite so rare and delicate a flaTor.
Ask for It 5v 2Vam accept
no other brand.
or officer of the territorial sheep sanl
tary board, a written notice being given J F. Easley, of Santa Fe, the last named
to the owner or person in charge of being designated New Mexico agent. j
the sheep, setting out' in such notice I . The Albuquerque Realty company, i
the limits within which such infftprt !rith S50.000 canital. and the Otero 1
sheep shall be required to graze, and J Brothers company, with ?200,000 capital, j
C. R. MOREHEAD, President. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFDT, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Pres.
L- J. GILCHRIST, Asst. Cash.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
that an inspector appointed by the
board be emploj'ed to watch and look
after said sheep for the purpose of see
ing that the quarantine order is strict
ly complied with, and that the expenso
of said dnspector, at the rate of $3.33 1-3
per day, be borne by the owner of said
Infected sheep, and that the same be a
lien upon said sheep until paid. That
such quarantine order be continued in
force until the sheep have been dipped
twice as required by regulations of this
board and under supervision of an in
spector of the bureau cr'-nimal industry."
ARE BREAICIXG GROUND.
have also incorporated.
One of the most spiritedly contested
and long drawn out cases :n the dis
trict court for Santa Fe count' was con
cluded recently, as far as this jurisdic
tion is. concerned, by judge John R. Mc
Fie, signing a decree in favor of Ma
tilda Coxe Stevenson, of ihe bureau of
ethnology at "Washington, confirming
her title to three parcels of land near
the Indian village of Santa Clara, and
awarding her $253 damages. The land
was claimed by Clara True e: al., the
plaintiffs being in the Indian service at
Town ow Has Pojmlatron of 12000
People 'Vaughn Social and Per
sonal News Hotes.
Vaughn, X. M Feb. 21. A number
of homesteaders are fencing their
claims, and plowing .the same prepaar
tory for he spring planting.
Judge Spence Hardte has just com
pleted taking the census, ana to the sur
prise of many the population of Vaughn
is over 1200.
Dumas and McMul;en located Fred
Adams on a homestead s:x miles from
R. T. Lopez, of Ixs Angeles, Cal.. gen
eral car inspector of the Rio Grande
division of the Santa Fe, was here lately
looking over repair shops.
Some of the Vaughn citizens are much
Interested in organizing a tand.
Capt. C. "W. Braun, president of the
Vaughfri Townsite company, whose home
is In Houston, is here, visiting hla
daughter, Mrs. H. F. I-Terncon.
One of the most enjoyable social af
fairs for the younger set was a party
given recently by Miss rcora Hall, at
her, home. Those present were: Misses
Margaret "Wilcox, Maud Abrahams.
Henry Mooore, Florence -.Vlicox, Blanche
Overton, Florence Abrahams; Messrs.
Creager, Caldwell, Grace, Laber, Smith.
XEGRO ELK DROPPED
DEAD OX ROSWELL STREET
Roswell, N. M., Feb. 21. Alexander
Winn, an aged negro, about 50 years
old, homelesH and friendless, and a suf
ferer from tuberculosis, who came here
from Dallas, Texas, last August, and
has been living on the charity of the
negroes, had his supper at a Chinese
restaurant at the rear of the Green
Front saloon, and at the conclusion of
the meal he walked to the door and
fell head forward on the street, dead.
A card on his person showed' ho' was
a member of the negro Elks' lodsre or
NEW DEMOCRATIC ORGAXIZTIOX
IS FORMED AT ROSWELL.
Roswell, N. M., Feb. 2l.Vrhe Jeffer
sonian Democratic club, recently organ
ized here, is one of the mosf distinctive
politcal organizations in thV. history or
the southwest in the line c pure De
mocracy, inaugurated by laboring men.
Inasmuch as It is composed imot solely acw lork, sole agents for the United
DOUGLAS WANTS THE LOS
AXGELES MERCHANTS TO COME.
Douglas, Ariz., Feb. 21. The Douglas
chamber of commerce and mines has
extended' to the Los Angeles chamber
of commerce an invitation to visit
Douglas when the Angel. City business I
men make their trip to Arizona In
March. Phoenix, Tucson, Globe and
other cities will be included in the
itinerary, and Douglas stands preemi
nent In the very industry in which so
much Doss Angeles money Is invested,
tin production of copper. Arizona will
lead the states of the country In the
output of copper for the present year,
and Douglas smelts 55 percent of all
the copper produced in the territory,
while at the same time most of the
oreK extracted from the Sonora districts
of Tigre, Nacozari, Moctezuma, Da Carl
dad and others are also smelted in this
SICMALS Of DISTRESS
El Paso People Should Know How to
Read and Heed Them.
Sick kidneys give many signals of
The secretions are dark, contain a
Passages are frequent, scanty, pain
ful. Backache is constant day and night.
Headaches and dizzy spells are fre
quent. The weakened kidneys need quick
Don't delay! Use "a special kidney
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid
neys, backache and urinary disorders.
El Paso evidence proves this state
ment. William Bryce, 1229 East Missouri
street. El Paso, Texas, says: "I know
that Doan's Kidney Pills are an effec
tive remedy, as they have been used
in my family with excellent results. A
number of my friends have also taken
them and speak highly in their favor.
Doan's Kidney Pills can be procured at
Kelly & Pollard's drug store and
should be in every home."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
of union labor, but of all iclasses of
labor, including mechanics , farmers.
clerks, salesmen, laborers, et
take no other.
name Doan's and
RIO GRANDE GRIMDE VALLEY BANK & TRUST 60.
W. E. Arsold, Casiier.
F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
W. W. Turney, PresL
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN" ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simaoas
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blmaeathal
J. F. Williams ' J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
J. H .Nations, Pres. Crawford Harvie, J. M. Goggin, Vice, Pres.
John T. McElroy, V. Pres. W. E. Anderson W. L. Tooley, Cash.
National Bank of Commerce
EL PASO, TEXAS
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.00
Promptness, Safety and Careful Attention to the Wants of Our Customers Is i
the Policy of This Bank
A BANK'S SERVICE
to vou consists in its ability to transact your business prop-j
erly and with efficiency which depends upon its equipment, j
'imir nnnr nniiTY'L3 ab i4t m3-vci ul it iuL,n)ii trwri v iiunitiu
facility, large resources and the utmost security. Patrons
"Wneuier OX xJ-fc w unw uioauo aie ussurea. u. vwry nixvui--mvr1ni-Ti
-liic-Hfifv! hv hefr resnonsihilifxr nnil jwnnnfs "De
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