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Monday, March 7, 1910.
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PLANT BIO- ACREAGE
Demonstration Farm to Be hjardluck Story of a Fort
Opened Nev Settlers
Moreaci, Ariz., March 7. Lying beside his "ivounded horse, with a bullet
hole through his head, the body of Barney Corallo, owner of a a!oon and meat
market In this place, rrah discovered within a fev hundred feet of the Arizona
At first It was believed that a murder had been committed with robbery
sk the motive, tin the deed man uaaally carried considerable money with him.
A, v0 vras formed and a thorough search of the surrounding country was
made, but no evidence was discovered that would throw any light upon the
A later .search of the body revealed the fact that quite' a large sum of
money was untouched. The search. also brought to light a revolver with four
empty cartridges. This evidence seemed to indicate suicide, and that theory
seemed tho more reasonable as Corallo was known to be quite heavily in
But If suicide, why did the deceased first shoot his horse, Is the question
that is troubling the officers. Many people are inclined to believe that some
person with a knwiedjro of the fact that Corallo habitually carried money
with him. attempted to rob him. and that Corallo showed fight and was
killed while defending himself and the robbers, fearing that tho exchange of
shots was heard and would cause an alarm, hurried away without stopping to
rob tho body.
Valentine. Tex.. March 7. J. B. Ladd.
of St. Paul, Minn., and M. S. Schupe,
of Lost Springs. Kansas, have sold Muring-
the past year 4n 000 acres of land
in the Valentine valley, ranging from
$10 to $20 per acre.
The purchasers are heavy capitalists
from Marion, Kansas, who will plant
these lands with orchards, grains arid
gardens. Development work will be
commenced at once t& open up a de
monstrative farm. -
Homer Faltzf, of Topeka, Kas.. was in
Valentine lately, accompanied by L. J.
Hiltz, Jas. Rupp and John Jacobs.
These men purchased several sections
of land in Valentine valley and will be
permanently located here by May 1.
A program consisting of music, read
ing and a play in one act, under the
auspices of the "Woman's Home Mis
sionary society, will be given at the
Union church Friday night. The pro
ceeds are for the repair work on the
T. Dean, of Alpine, accompanied by
his children, are in Valentine.
Lee Means is building an addition to
Foley &. Smith have purchased 33
acres of land in the new addition south
west of town.
valentine young people enjoyed a
dance in the auditorium recently.
Arthur Schorbach, of New York, a
nephew of the Schorbach Bros., is here
for an extended visit.
C. O. Flnley and family are on their
ranch for a fiew days.
Mrs. Lizzie Green, of Sanderson, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. TV.
John Wilkins was in town recently.
J. F. Everett was a recent Valentine
Mr. and Mrs. TV L. Cass and little
daughter Sally spent Sunday at the
home of Mrs. Lou Ftfley.
Sumner, N. M., Man
Reads Almost Like a Bit
Fort Sumner, N. M., March 7. Word
has just been received here that "Wil
liam Linegar, of Canyon City, Colo.,
committed suicide by shooting. Lineg-ar
and his partner, J. T. Hoyt, were pack
ing a car preparatory to shipping their
effects to this place, where the two had
bought 40 acres of irrigated land, after
trips to California and Texas. Linegar
had accumulated a fortune by specula
tion in land, and when someone told him
that the rabbits here would eat through
the wire protectors and eat off his
trees, he killed himself, in spite of the
fact that he had a chance to sell- out at
a profit of $1000 without touching his
One of the worst true hard luck
stories is told by a rancher here named
Brown. Last year he shipped in a car
of stock and had two head killed by
the road. In the meantime he had near
ly $1000 worth of sickness in his fam
ily. Now he has shipped in another car
of stock, out of whicht the road suc
ceeded in killing five head. Now his
youngest child Is dangerously sick.
A. F. Laws arrived last week with
a car of household goods, direct from
Canyon City, Colo. His family has ar
rived. Mr. Laws has filed on 320 acres,
but will conduct a restaurant In town.
Mrs. L. D. Beckwith and son joined
her husband here last week. Pie came
here recently from Canyon City, olo.,
and established the Weekly Index.
Services are to be held in the new
church the coming Sunday. The church
is a $2000 structure, and Is to be fitted
with pews, and pulpit, costing $500
A. G. JDickerson, of Rockford. 111.,
is building a home here.
The tower is up and the new stand
pipe is being placed In position. This
will give excolent water pressure for
the whole town.
Mrs. Philien has rented her restau
rant and will retire April 1. The build
ing will be used for a men's furnishing
A new jewelry store, a new tailoring
establishment, a new furnishing store
and a new restaurant will have been
added to the local list before the first
three months of the year are out.
A. party of capitalists will be here
Monday and Tuesday on an overland
inspection trip from Santa Rosa to Ros-
well. The trip is believed to have con
nection with a proposed plan to Irri
gate several thousand acres of land near
here much nearer than the land under
th emuch discoursed urton lake pro
ject. The work of the Farmers Institute
has started successfully. Real Inter
est has been aroused and some splendid
programs are being offered.
The strike of the telephone subscrib
ers upon the removal of the phone from
the depot by the telephone company re
sulted in its being put back in.
Pecos, Tex., March 7. Senator F. C. "Welmert, of Seguin, and C. F. "Woods
have .purchased four sections of land In the Berilln flats, 10 miles south
from Pecos, and will divide it into small tracts for colonization purposes.
Th-s property lies Ih. the artesian belt, and contracts have been entered
into for the drilling of artesian -wells to supply this territory with water for
irrigation purposes. In. conversation with Mr. Woods he stated that it was ex
pected to have 10 or 15 families oa this property within the next few months,
doing actual farm-ng.
There Is more activity along the lints of actual development, and less of
speculation than ever before in the history of the Pecos valley.
LETTERS TO BE
SENT BY WIEE
New Cheap Night Service
Inaugurated by Tele
Announcement Is mado by 4ha "West
ern Union Telegraph company tact It
will shortly be prepared to handle long
night messages at the rates customarily
charged for ten word day messages. It
appears that the Western Union has a
large unemplqyed mileage of wire at
night which is not earning anjTthing.
These wires must be maintained in any
event to take care of the regular day
business, and it is apparently the Idea
of the new interests in the Telegraph
company to let the public have the
benefit of them.
The announcement states that "a spe
cial night letter service will be established-
The charge for this service will
transmitted at the company's conven
ience during the night for delivery the
Under the new arrangement a "night
letter" sent to Denver, Colo, containing
50 words or less will coot 50 cents, 60
words 60 cents, 68 words 70 cents.
Fifty words as a "night letter" to
Chicago will cost 75 cents, 60 words 90
cents, 70 words $1.05. The same rate
aleo applies to New York, Boston, Phila
delphia. Pittsburg, San Francisco,
Portland, Seattle and other points in the
The Postal Telegraph and Cable com
pany has made a similar arrangement
for the night letter service between
the offices on its lines and those direct
ly connected with it. The new arrange
ment is effective today.
WOMAN STEPS BACKWARD
FR03I MEXICO CAR
Scores of intereivlc passengers were
delayed, a motorman and conductor were
temporarily arrested and all because a
TVinflTl 2 OT"Y"irwl rff hOnVrnr1 -rrrrr m t
be tho standard day rate for ten words, j The scene of the excItement as on thg
for the transmission of 50 words or less,
and one-fifth of such standard day rates
-vill be charged for each 10 woras or
To be taken at those rates "night let
ters" must be written in plain English
language. Code words or communica
tions written in foreign languages will
not be accepted. The messages will be
taken at any hour up to midnight and
Mexican side of the Santa Fe bridge,
It was Mrs. Erlinda Reyes, a resident
of Juarez, who did the backward step
ping, according to witnesses.
The case was investigated by district
court officials, as is required in all rail
accidents, and the street car men were
released. Mrs. Reyes was not seriously
Injured, it is said.
WEDDING AT AtPlXE;
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Alpine, Texas, March 7. Miss Fan
nie Terry and John Talbot were mar
Tied Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Terry, Rev. Mr. Ellison, of
the Methodist church officiating. The
young people, are very popular and will
make Alpine their home.
Dr. V. M. Bass is a visitor to El
Miss Naomie McDonald has returned
from an extended visit to East Texas.
Forrest Battles and family were in
town lately from their ranch, a few
miles east of Alpine
Jim Gillespie was a visitor from Mar
Mrs. F. E. Gillette has returned from
a visit to friends and relatives at Mar
Arthur Mitchell and wife moved from
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts have taken
charge of the Holland hotel. Mr. Rob
erts until recently had charge of the
INVEST IN ORIENT
ELKS OF GLOBE ELECT
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Globe, Ariz.. March 7. At the annual
election of Globe lodge of Elks, No. 489.
Angus McAlpine, who has been esteemed
leading knight for the last year, had
no opposition for exalted ruler, and he
was elected unanimously to succeed R.
Other officers elected were: Esteemed
leading knight. B. F. Van Wagenen: es
teemed Joyal knight, John J. Malonev;
esteemed lecturing knight. Carl Till
man; secretary, J. G. Oldfield; treasurer
P. P. Greer; trustee, Pat Ross; tiler, g!
Brother and Sister Conmiis-
sioned by Hungary Are
at Sierra Blanea.
Sierra Blanea, Texas, March 7. An
thony I Illes and his sister, Mrs. Alex
ander Emilio Binary, Hungarian ar
tists, commissioned by the Hungarian
authorities to paint pictuces of cowboy
and frontier life, are here and express
themselves as being highly pleased
with the scenery.
Mrs. J. O. Frilick has taken her lit
tle brother, Arthur Knight, to El Paso
for medical treatment.
F. A. Clark, who until recently, was
second trick operator here, is now agent
at Fort Hancock.
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Scaifo have re
turned from a few days visit to Mr.
Hester's ranch near the river.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jenkins were in
from their ranch near La Valley re
cently. Mrs. C. Black and daughter. Miss
Lizzie, have gone lor an indefinite stay
on their ranch near here-.
Mrs. M. Scaife has gone to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Ervin, at Carlsbad, N.
Mrs. Bristow and children are here
from New Mexico visiting her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Yates.
Mrs. S. G. Gould and baby have re
turned from a visit to relatives In El
Lee Giles, section foreman from Gray
ton, spent Sunday here visiting friends.
J. O. Frilick is suffering from quite
a painful wound in his hand, which he
received a few days ago while working
on hhi new house.
Mrs. Olan Black has gone to San An
tonio to visit relatives.
Mrs. Pruet, of Alpine, was a recent
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Domony were here
from La Valley recently.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hester leave for
their ranch today.
Titled Men of British Isles
to Inspect the Boad
Sweetwater, Texas. March 7. A party
jof English capitalists, consisting of
lords, dukes and earls, according to E.
Dickinson, vice president and gen
eral manager of the Orient, will in
spect the entire Orient system about
the first of April, and the probability is
that they will become heavy stock
holders in the company.
Representatives of the Swift and Ar
mour packing concerns were here look
ing over the situation with a view of
establishing a packing plant here.
County attorney G. T. Wilson has
filed suits against the Orient road ag
gregating $14,000 in penalties for al
leged violations of the laws of the
The local W. O. W. lodge entertained
the families and friends of members
last week in the form of a banquet.
V.k K. Shipman has sold his marble
Box Factory Is Making Nu
merous Shipments Es
Estancia, X. M., March 7. In the Sil
verton neighborhood alone there are
16 farmers who will put In over 2500
acres of farm produce. Nearly all the
farmers have their land broken and
most of it ready for seeding.
W. H. Simmons has moved from the
foothills back to his ranch, one mile
north of Estancia.
I. A. Dye, of Albuquerque, was here
lately. He is interested in the Estancia
bank, Estancia Lumber company and
the English box factory and planing
A. W. Varney, who went to Missouri
a few weeks ago, has returned with
his bride. Mr. Varney has been a resi
dent of the valley for several years,
and has a position with the English
Rev. T. Edgar Neal, has been elected
pastor of the Methodist church, south,
and will hold services every fourth
Sunday at 2 p. m., at the Baptist
Mrs. I. M. Bennett, who has been
spending the winter In Iowa, has returned.
D. C. Howell, county assessor, has
started on his annual tour of the coun
ty, making assessments.
C. B. Lane, of Alto, territorial organ
izer for the socialist party, is In the
The two planing mills and box facto
ries are busy. Scarcely a day passes
that a car or ty.o of lumber is not ship
ped from Estancia.
Prof. J. J. Heffington has gone to
Albuquerque on his way to the coast
where he will take passage for the
Philippine Islands, where he has a posi
tion as overseer of about 35 public
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Amble have re
turned from their wedding trip tq El
Pasn and old Mexico, and have gone to
thelrNiomo in Manzano.
Marshal Rawson has gone to Vaughn.
Many STew Banch Houses
Are Being Construct
ed Tsleta News.
5- TULAROSA LOCALS. X
Tularosa, N. M , March 7. Dr. Horner
and Dr. Pine, from Carrlzozo, andDr.
T. H. Tucker, from Alamogordo, went
up to Mescalero to inspect the milk
Editor Anderson, of the Tularosa Val
ley Tribune, gave a party to a few
The Gray brothers have returned to
El Paso after spending a few days here
H. W. Schofield. who has been here
a few days looking after business, has
returned to Alamogordo. -
Ir- Wallace, a mining engineer, and
his wife, who have been np at Bent. N.
Tsleta, Tex., March 7. A great deal of
building is being done in the valley. J.
W. B. Robinson's whie pressed brick
home has been completed, the founaa'
tlon of D. M. Payne's bungalow h.is
been laid. The ranch house, large and
commodious, has been completed on the
Turner-Worsham ranch and the Smith
home has been remodeled.
Lanier brothers will build a residence
on the ranch they recently purchased.
B. A. Oden has improved his home re
cently purchased, and has as complete
buildings for his chickens and pigeon
as can be found anywhere.
William Loowenstein is here, the guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Loew
Bean Clark came up from Clint Sun
day and was the gue3t of friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McReynolds are
here for a few days.
Capt. Bailey has arrived to take his
place with the rangers here- Capt. Bai
ley was recently sergeant In Capt. Rog
ers's company anl was appointed by the
governor to take charge of the company "
Mr. and Mrs. William Caples and Dr.
and Mrs. Schuller came down In the
Schuller auto Sunday and formed a con
genial party to dinner at Valley Inn.
J. L. Martin. Mrs. Short and Miss
Helen Booth are In from their mesa
J. T. Clarke, of Albuquerque,. N. M.,
has bought a ranch Bear here and is
moving his family down.
Miss Annie McSain is visitintr in El
Mrs. Lois Fouix and Miss Jiwnita
Loewenstein are in BI Paso, guests of
Miss Florence Hughes is the guest of
Miss Martha Albinos in EI Paso.
MORE SETTLERS ENTER
SULPHUR SPRINGS VALLEY
business to D. H. Lanford, of San An- r- maing reports on the Bent mine,
In order to do more efficient work
the churches have combined to take a
religious census of Sweetwater.
P.. H. Parry and H. L. Spicer, archi
tects, have opened an office hefe. These
men have offices in Fort Worth and
Mineral Wells. They will doubtless
do a good business here, as improve
ments are going on all the time, and
the town is badly in need of more resi
dences to accommodate the people con
stantly coming In.
have returned to Arizona
G. B. Bent and wife have returned
Jamos Abbott and Mr. Murphy made
a trip to Temporal latelj-.
Dr. Latham, manager of th FnUnn
Shipment of Gsseliae Easiae aad
IHrapH Are 3Iadc Xewx Xoten
From Coiirtland. Ariroaa.
Courtland. Ariz.. March 7 The
rapidity N with which the lanl in- the
Sulphur Springs vallev Is beinc- taken
up by hoineseekers from Oklahoma and
other states will leave very little open
ground in a few months. Nearly eery
train brings large shipments of house
hold goods, farm machinery and stock.
Many gasoline engines and pumps ar
rive at the Courtland depots for the new
settlers who will do more irrigating this
year than has been done in any half
dozen years before. Among the last to
file on land near Courtland afe Mrs.
Josie Barrack, of Collegeville. Neb.;
Joshia Barnes, of Guthrie, and J. H.
Merriit. of Doxe Okla.
The C. &. A. has addejd a complete as
saying outfit to its plant here and has
Installed the same in a building erect d
for the purpose.
D. S. Drew, of the Courtland Meat
company, and J. G. Smith, of Pearce.
FACTORY EMPLOYES ARE
RELEASED AT NOGALES
j meat market at Alamogordo, paid Tula- ' nave purchased the People's market and
iua. u visit recently.
Wellie Pitt, vcho has been here dis
posing of his mother's household goods,
has returned to Whittier, Cal.
The Grand Army of the Republic post
has installed new officers for the next
quarter. Comrade Ayres is commander
and comrade Thompson is adjutant.
Southern Pacific Will Move Offices to
Guaymas Snntn Cruz Club Given
Nogales, Ariz., March 7. With the ex
ception of L. B. Fleisher and two of the
office force, all of the employes of the
American Clothiig factory in Nogales.
Former Roswell Attorney Accnsed of Sonora, who were arrested by the fed-
IDAHO MAN NOT AFRAID
. OF BEING CONVICTED
Snbornatfnn of Perjury, Gives
AUTO LINE TO MATADOR
KROM PADUCAH ASSURED 1 Roswell. N. M., March 7. Attorney J.
Paducah, Tex.. March 7. An automo- B. Eldridge. who was one of the lawvers
bile company has been organized here for the defense in the case of William
-for the purpose of operating a line be- T. Wells, who was tried and acquitted
tween Paducah and Matador. The com
pany will have its rightofway ready for
the cars in at least two weeks. There
will be two daily cars each way, whMi
will give the traveling public a great
deal of advantage, not only in comfort,
but in time that will be saved.
Falls on Stage; Breaks Neck.
Cincinnati. O., March 7. While perch
ed on her brother's had. .ugusta Fasso.
a performer lost her balance and fell
tothe stage, a distance of 18 feet,
breaking her neck. She has little chance
on the charge of murdering Ollie Shir
ley, left for his home at Boise City.
Idaho. He came here to defend the charge
of subornation of perjury against him
eral inspector, have been given their
The inspector has removed all of the
goods In store on Elias street to the
custom house and is occupied in tak
ing an Inventorj- of the warehouse and
The Southern Pacific company has .or
dered the removal of the offices of the
4- MONTEREY NOTES. J.
Monterey. N. M., March 7 Mr. Ever-
hart and Joe Morgan passed through I
will conduct it as a north side shop.
John A. Deering. who has located so
many settlers in the valley near Court
land this" spring, has geno on a trip
AT. IT IT- 0-1 T-v
-Mio. .vi. . ojjL-yu. uk .uougjas, r vis
iting ner aaugmer. .irs. diaries M. Mc
Kean. of this place, before going to San
Diego, Cal., to make her home.
WEDDINGS AT COLORADO:
PLAN FOR. NEW SCHOOL
Colorado. Tex.. March 7. Miss Emma
Dupree and Tom Morrison, jr.. were
quietly married ak the home of tli" brloe's
parents. u i
Mrs. Logan. -iio has been visiting -her
before Judge Wm. H. Pope. In which j company under the supervision of su
it was aiieieu mai ne suDornca a wit
ness to testify falsely In the Wells trial.
Eldridge was bound over to the action
of the grand jury in the sum of $3000.
which he furnished promptly. He was
connected with the defense in the Hey-wood-Moyer
trial. He stoutly denies his
guilt, and says after 15 years of law
practice that it was the first time he
was ever accused of any wrongdoing.
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perintendent H. J. Temple from Nogales.
Sonora, to Guaymas, Sonora, on April 1.
The office force is composed of the
following: J. G. Lindsay, A. S. Van
"Wye, J. B. Gordon, Neill E. Bailey. J.
E. McCIaim, L. E. Ross, E. A. Sales. J
C. Spertcer, P. J. Munch, B. F. Barker,
John Doherty, H. rl. Poliafeirro. A. A.
Joffroy, D. A. White. C. M. Dawson.
The first of the series of entertain
ments, which will be given by the Santa
shra nit shra ft ha mth sth
Cruz club enjoyed by the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Herold, Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Parsons. Dr. and Mrs. Kings-
ley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fitch, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Tonkin. Mr. and Mrs. Theron
Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Con O'Keefe,
Mesdames Dodge, Lincoln Mclntyre.
Cameron, Misses Bessie Fowler. Dora
Hannah, Riggs. Cameron and Messrs. J.
C. Patten, L. C. Potts. George Karnes,
C. V. Fowler, Harvey Hannah, H. J.
Kelly, Frank Krupp. I. Burgoon and Dr.
A. L. Gustetter.
The street along which are the dam
aged and charred buildings by the re
cent blaze, presents a lively scene of
here yesterday in the Fall automobile on
their way to Rio Riudosa.
Exgovernor George Curry and son,
Charles, are here.
Matt Gilmore got home last night
from over in the mountains. He says
there are no cattle over there fat
enough for beef; the only thing he could
find that would do at all was jack rab
bits. Mrs. J. M. Blazer, of Mescalero. is vis
iting with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Jet.
The cold storage house is about com
pleted. J- W. Prude is having his residence
Tularosa and Monterey basketball
teams played. The score was 11 to 13
in favor of Tularosa.
Little Susie Davenport is reported bet
Dode Latham passed through here
from Alamogordo on his way to the Rio
Judge Fairless is reported quite ill.
Mrs. L. E. Lumbley has returned from
COURT GIVES JUDGMENT
TO CIRCUS EMPLOYES
Globe. Ariz.. March 7. The famous
"circus" case which has been in the dis
trict court ever since October, 19QS. -tvas
settled by judge Lewis when he render
ed judgment for the plaintiff.
The case was entitled Ed Smith against
C R. Norris and H. S. Rowe. Smith had
the claims of 57 employes of the Norris
& Rowe circus, which was attached bv
employes while in Globe IS months ago.
Some of the former circus ntfnohuB nro
All the buildings, except I sti1.1. in Globe- 1)Ut most pf them are
J parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, returned
to her home.
Victor D. Payne has returned from a
business trip to Dallas.
Abe Dollinson and Miss E?si Hum
phrey were married at the residence of
the bride's brother. Joe Humphrevs.
Misses Mary Coe and Ophelhi-Arnett
visited Sweetwater recently.
Mrs. Meekl. of DaJIas. is visiting her
sister. Mrs. Harry Smooc.
Judge and Mrs. C. H. Earnest have re
turned from Fort Worth, where they at
tended the funeral of A. R. Earner.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony, of Terrell,
Tex., who have been visiting their sis
ter,' Mrs. Gilman Smith, have returned
to tneir home.
Rev. Norman Marshall has retnrned
from Pecos and Barstow, where he held
Miss Joe Dry. -who has been sick for
several weeks. Is slowly recovering.
At the request of the board of school
trustees, there will be a mas meeting
at the Tabernacle tonight for Mie pur
pose of getting expression from-the peo
ple as to what they want in the way of
a new school building to take the place
of the one recently burned.
the two razeu. are undergoing repair.
Mrs. F. J. Duffy and little daughter,
Mary, have returned from a visit to Mrs.
Rov Mclntyre, at Tombstone.
Col. and Mrs. A. T. Bird and Mrs. F.
M. Doan are on a week's visit to Sonora
points and Mazarlan. Sinaloa.
.Tudtre and Mrs. Flelcner M. Doan were
in Nogales lately the guests of Col. and j
Mrs. A. T. Bird.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Parsons is- the
e-upst of the family of Ralph M. Par-
Misses Smithson and children were re
cent visitors from Patagonia.
A. Gonzales and wife are in Nogales
from Magdalena, Mex.
cA.-an.ereu ail over tho niinfr-v Th
amount of the judgment was ?1070.S5.
ARIZONA TO INVESTIGATE
BOTANY OVER IN EUROPE.
Blsbee, Ariz., March 7. Dr. W. A.
Cannon of the Carnegie bonatical lab-ratorj-
of Tucson. Ariz., will leave that
city in about three weeks for a two
years' tour of Europe and northern
Africa, during which he will devote his
time to botanical researches for that in
stitution. Prof. Caisnon3 principal re-
I searches and experiments will be in the
the banks of the Nile, work for which
his residence in the arid regions of
Arizona has especially fitted him.
I Ci ZbITIi ZTk
OR SORES ULCEDS
GLOBE FIRE BELIEVED TO
Thero is but one way to cure an old sore or chronic ulcer, and that ia
to remove tho cause that produces and ieeps it open. 7o matter where
located, any soro that remains until it becomos chronic does so because of
impure blood; the circulation constantly discharges its polluted matter into
the place and it is imoossible for nature to heal tho sore. S. S. S. heals
sores and -ninor fvo- vmrifvinE the blood. It removes every trace of taint
have been ixcBVDMnv ! or Purity from the circulation, and thus completely does away with the
1 t-ui3tt. o local aprjiicanuii. ium ww ""-i-cu aoau iii, txiu spot,
Globe. Ariz.. Mar-h .. a n re declared ; and for this reason can have no curative effect on a soro or nicer; while
by members of the tire department as cnob -H-oo-t-, ,-,. i,n,-n ncnH tiln-ne. the Perms anr? im-rvirfriA! ra vr,H-.i
increasing in the blood and the sore is bound to grow worse. "When S.S.S.
has cleansed the blood and enriched and purified the circulation the
place begins to take on a more healthy appearance, the different symptoms
show improvement, the' flesh around the ulcer gets firm, new skin and
tissues are formed, and aided by pure, rich blood, nature provides a perfect
and lasting cure. Under the tonic and blood-purifying effects of S.S.S., the
system is built up, and those whose health has been impaired by the drain
and worry of an old sore will be greatly benefited by its use. Book on
Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice free to all who write.
undoubtedly of incendiary origin oc
curred on Noftsger Hill, but did little
damage, owing to its discovery before it
had obtained a good start. A 16yearold
boy saw the blaze, and' going to the
house in which the fire was started,
threw several cans of coal oil out of
tfve door, according to the firemen.
The Noftsgtr Hill hose cart, manned
bv residents o the hill, was taken to he
scene in time o extinguish the blaz be
1 fore the arrival of the department.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.