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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, April 11, 1910.
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way is to BOOST and not to KNOCK; to CON
STRUCT and not to DESTROY; TO LAUGH and
not to WEEP. The way
is to meet the requirements of our customers with
conservative liberality, and by our sound banking
methods to commend the respect, confidence '
and Trust .
of all with whom we come in contact. "We shall ap
preciate your account, no matter how small; we like
and wish to meet you, and shall do all things con
sistent with good banking to win your esteem.
Thousands of Oattle HaveJ
Been Sold Groats Shipped
- To Missouri.
Carlsbad, N. M., April 11. Many of
the big1 ranches have sent ihe men and
wagons out to roundup the thousands
.of cattle -which have been sold and are
to be deliTered -within the next 30 and
CO days. Aubry Gist has shipped about
700 head of Angrora goats to- his new
ranch in Missouri.
Mayor J. M. Dye, -who has been a
prominent member of Ihe bar in this
city for the'past two ox5, three years,
has announced that -at the conclusion
of the present term of court he -will re
move to Roswell -where he has formed
a partnership interest with "W. A. Dunn,
an attorney of that place. He "will re
tain his partnership interest in this
city "With his former partner, Mr. "Wood--well,
-who -will remain in charge of the
Pflrlshsirl nff !.
Claude Wright United States census 1
enumerator, nrfll enter" upon his duties
in this city next -week. He will be as
sisted by E E Dilley. -who has been
assigned to the outlying districts.
The new bridge club -was entertained
at the country home of Mrs, F. 33. Bry
ant, seven miles south of town. Honors
"were awarded to Mrs. L. B. Foster.
"Uncle" Johnny Byrnes -was stricken
frith apoplexy, while returning to his
home from the Catholic church. He "was
carried to his home where he regained
consciousness about two hours -later. He
is slowly recovering.
DRENCHING- RAIN FALLS
IN VAL VERDE COUNTY.
Del Rio, Texas, April II. Over two
inches of rain fell here and in other
parts of Val Verde county. People in
this section have not been in so good
spirits for many years as they are at
present. Two rains coming right in be
hind the securing of the Orient rail
road have caused & feeling of confi
dence. Dry farmers are placed In the very
best of shape to make bumper crops,
irrigation farmers can save their Irri
gating labors for some time, and the
stock range wil now be in splendid
DRINK MILK DRINK
PLENTY Of IT DR!
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is In
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure M112-. is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented cows,
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
El Paso Dairy Co...
Phones: Bell 340? Ante 115.
Office S13 N- Graces.
ASSAYEES & CHEMIST!
Independent Assay Office
D. W. EscnuLKr. E JSL, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers AsAys eaid
Chemical Analysts. Mines Examine
onrf Reported Upon. Bullion Work e.
r P. O. Box 88.
Office and Laboratory:
Cr. Sm Fradac k CkKaxbu Sfc.
. PA?. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT A FERGUSON,
Successors te Hushes & Crltchatt.
Assaycrs. Cbenaists. Ifet&llursjlsu.
' Asrent fer Or Ship? era.
S22& SaaFrxnio St. Pheaa 33 1.
of this good
ITS SCHOOL -BONDS
- Iowa Man Invests $10,000 in
Sweetwater Tex., April 11. Through
the efforts of M. B. Howard, the Sweet
water independent school' bonds have
been sold to the state at $1.15 premium
"Work upon the school buildings -wili
commence at once.
M. L. Harp, R E. Pitts, T. Hughes
and J. D. Sloan are the new aldermen
A. TV. Crawford of "Winterset, Iowa,
lias bought the quarter block of the
Ship-man marble yard for the sum of
Dr. R. J. Pope died suddenly at his
Dr. X. Long, of Santa Anna is in the
city looking over property interests.
Cone Johnson, of Tyler, candidate for
governor, speaks here tonight.
Homer Hord has accepted a positip
with ihe Santa Fe railway company in
the civil engineering department.
A3IARILLO PROPERTY SELLS
FOR $1000 A FRONT FOOT.
Amarillo, Texas, April 11. For tne
first time In the history of this city,
Amarillo property sold for 1000 a front
foot. The sale consummated was
the transfer of the Eberstadt building
for a consideration of $75,000. The sale
was made by A. Davidson, who pur
chased the same property four years
ago for $36,000.
The names of the purchasers are R. B.
I Masterson, John Shelton and John Janes.
It is understood that the property will
be remodeled and that the purchasers
will organize a bank with a capital
stock of $300,000, and do a banking
business here after Aug. 1.
Causes Incomplete Digestion, "Weakens
The System, and Breeds Dyspepsia.
Trial Package Fxee.
Gluttony Is as vile a sin as drunken
ness and its evil results are more terri
ble and far more rapid. The human sys
tem turns into the stomach and alimen
tary canal from 7 to 35 pounds of diges
tive fluid every twenty-four hours.
Cram your stomach with food and you
exhaust these juices. If your stomach
cannot digest the food because it lacks
juices to do with, you should eather eat
less or make more gastric fluids.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
ingredients one grain of which will di
gest 3000 grains of food. With Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets 'in your stom
ach the evil effects of overeating are
removed, for these little tablets when
dissolved stick to the food and digest
afl the good from it- They won't aban
don the stomach and leave a mass of
decaying undigested food to putrify and
irritate the mucous membrane lining.
They give greater quantities of gastric
fluid, help the intestines enrich the
blood, prevent constipation, and glut
tons', while sinful, may yet be made less
harmful by the use of these tablets.
Every druggist carries tnem in stock;
price 50 cents per box, or send us your
name and address and we will send you
a trial package free by mail. Address
F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Mar
Xsaiesl Jlaj. your xn-nralt for
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PIAMOKB BRAND PILLS, for Si
jtsn kaowa as Best, Sifest. Alwtys ReUibla
-$W BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWMERB
A. 0. Bailey Has Krst Deep
Well in District Others
Columbus, X. M., April 11. Columbus
is jubilant over Col. A. O. Bailey's new
well about three miles south of town,
which was flowing nearly all day at
the rate of about 2000 gallons per min
ute without any apparent decrease in
the water supply. This well was drilled
by Beach, Peters and White and is
185 feet deep. The water rises in it to
within three feet of the surface and it
is practically an artesian well. Kra
kauer, Zork & Moye have installed a
centrifugal pump, having a capacity of
2000 gallons to which they have attached
a 16 horse power Stover gasoline en
gine. It was an attractive sight to see vast
quantities of water conducted' in large
ditches around a great amount of land
under cultivation and ready for irriga
tion. -Such a scene -was never before
witnessed in this region and the people
were enthusiastic as they saw it. Col.
A. O. Bailey has resided In this locality
for nearlv 20 vpars anrl tine hiwn cii-
J cessful in stock raising and now has
the honor of being the first to obtain
water in sufficient quanties for irri
gation. Many other wells are being secured
about Columbus and the settlers are
busily engaged in making various im- '
provements. It is apparent to all that
at an early date this region will be
converted into as prosperous and beau
tiful an agricultural section as can be
found in the southwest.
Xew Business Bulldingr.
Activity about the town is also mani
fest. A new business building is be
ing erected which is to be completed in
30 days. The new Methodist Epsicopal
church will also be erecte'd at once.
At the election the largest vote was
polled in the history of Columbus. A.
O. Bailey was unanimously elected to
succeed himself as school director. Coun
ty superintendent of schqols, Xey B.
Gorham, is visiting Columbus and has
appointed Alvln C. Ash as school di
rector to succeed the late P. H. Mc
Innis. A library of 1000 volumes is being
placed In the office of the United States
commissioner which will be valuable to
the citizens of Columbus for reference
Justice of the peace, S. Otis Dotson,
has returned from a trip to Ohio, and
reports himself ready to resume the du
ties of his office.
Former deputy sheriff William D.
Close, has returned with his family from
Oklahoma, and has removed a carload
of effects to his homestead north of
3IAXY HEAD OF CATTLE
AIUS BOUGHT AT ALPI2VE
Methodist Church Contemplates En-
largrtnsr Structure Prospects
Good for Fruit Crop.
Alpine, , Tex., April 11. Clyde But
tril was In the city delivering some
300 head of cattle cvhich he recentlv sold
to J. T. Robb, of Kansas City, Mo. Mr.
Robb also bought the S. R. Guthrie
steers and these will be delivered soon.
J. B. Irving came in from his ranch
j northeast of the cits. He has just fln-
isnea aeiivenng aooui jxuu neaa or
steers, which he recently -sold to Chase
& Huddleson, of Kansas City, Mo. These
were delivered at Pecos City. It is also
-understood that these brought aout $31
Miss Mae Green-wood has returned
from San Antonio where she has been
attending a business college.
The members of the Methodist church
of this city are contemplating the
building of an addition to their church
to meet the demands of the rapidly
growing Sunday school.
Cooke Atchison has gone to Dajlas to
enter fthe Metropolitan Business col
lege. Work on the school building is pro
"Uptodate, the prospects for a good
fruit crop are fine.
Valentine, Texas, April 11. The dra
ma, "Miss Fearless- and Company," giv
en by Valentine home talent in the
auditorium of the High school building
was a decided success.
An enthusiastic audience greeted the
amateurs, all of whom acquitted them
selves with credit and everyone is loud
n' their praise. The music, furnished
by the Alpine orchestra, was thorough
D. Marley, of "Winfield, Ariz., is visit
in gat the home of his cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. George Xewton.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Snyder and chll
dren and M. B. Steel were Valentine
"Will Bealle, of Sierra Blanca, "was in
Valentine making arrangements -with
Messrs. Jones and Finley to take charge
of their recently acquired ranch, located
near the river?
Misses Lou C. and Leota Gillette are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Fin
ley. D. R. Pierce has returned from El
Riley Tellous, of Midland, Texas, is
visiting his brother, S. B. Tellous, who
lives near Valentine. l
"W. T. Jones and Austin Nunn, of the
Kelley ranch, were recent visitors.
Mrs. "W. A. Price is suffering from a
Dr. Mahou, of Marfa, was called to
see Leonard Bee, who was taken seri
ously ill. Mr. Bee is improving rap
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Medley are in El
MORE CATTLE ARE PUT
ON PASTURE A1. ALTO.
r Alto, 1ST M., April 11. Vatt and Matt
I Gllmoro have brought In a bunch of
cattle from their ranch in the San -Andres,
and wili put them in the V. V. pas
ture, near Alto.
John Craven, of Tularosa, is in Alto,
He 'will take charge at the' V. V. ranch
Little Moss Gilmore,' of Tularosa. Is
here vlgiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Gilmore.
George Hagee has gone to Tularosa
S. M. Johnson and wife and daughter
from Ruldoso were in Ato.
Bud "Wingfield and family, from the
besa, passed through Alto- on their way
to Ruldoso to visit with Charlie "Wing
field and family.
Chihuahua, Mex., April 11. It is giv
en out here that sir Wiljiam Wiseman
and Capt C. O. Greenwell have until
the last of April or May In which to
take over the Hacienda San Louis (com
monly known as the Naris ranch), of
Gen. Luis Terrazas. The ranch con
sists of 650,000 acres, abobut 30 miles
east of Xueva Casas Grandes, Chlh..
and the north end of it is about 80
miles from El Paso.
A prospectus recently receivved from
London shows that sir Wm. Wiseman
and Capt. Greenwell had the Union
syndicate of, London and Mexico pro
moting the Santa Maria Laud com
pany, limited, to take over and develop
the ranch. The plan of developing the
property as stated in the prospectus
is to provide irrigation works for 200,
000 acres, at least, and sell it out in
MORE SAIN FALLS
AT PORTALESN. M.
Improvements Made in Tele
phone Service Teach
ers To Meet.
Portales,xX. M., April 11. Portales
had an all night rain 'that settled the
dust and drenched the ground for sev
eral inches. The whole country is re
joicing over a real irrigation.
Fred Wagner, of Lakewood, is here,
superintending the building of the
Jovce-Pruitt company's store.
C. W. Morris, with his rock crusher,
furnished crushed rock for foundations
for the town power house, the irriga
tion power house and for the Joyce
Pruit company store:
The farmers have organized a tele
phone company, extending to postoffices
and stores at Causey. Leach, Longo,
Dora, Inez, Minco, Carter and Mc
Lees. A committee of three, represent
ing this company conferred with the
business men of Portales as to a propo
sition to put wp a line from Its board
at Longo to Portales. Subscriptions to
the amount of $100 were made and if
the line is built it will be connected
with the Roosevelt County Telephone
company and the town people will be
in communication with all phones on
the farmers line.
In the school election Inda Humphrey
was elected to succeed C. V. Harris as
clerk of the board. W. H. Snell and
A. A. "Williams were also elected.
Maize is being advertised as a sure
crop for the Portales valley, and repre-
sentativevs of the Grain Growing asso
ciation are advising Roosevelt county
farmers to plant a good crop this ,sea
son. The County Teachers' association will
meet here the last of the month, and
much prepaartion is being made for
1 their entertainment in connection with
the closing exercises of school
A new dramatice club has been or-
ganized In Portales and will give its
first entertainment at the "Wonderland
theater, April 15. The club is com
posed of some f ne down's best tal
ent. The Roosevelt County Telephone
company has just completed a fnll
jnetallc circuit line between Portales
and Clovis. It expects to rnstal a phan-
om, making two conversations' possibble
over the same line. It only needs now
a metalic circuit line between Hereford
and Texico to make it possible to talk
from Portales to Fort "Worth or Dallas.
T. J. Prultt and family have axrrred
from Oklahoma and have moved Into the
"Wise place, purchased a month ago.
EL PASO GIRL MARRIED
, AT X'OGALES,
Carrie H. Cook "Weds Andrew II. Ed
wards, of the Forest Service Bur-Klar.-.
Make Haul From Residence.
No gales Ariz.. April 11. Andrew H.
Edwards and Miss Carrie H. Cook were
united in mariage at the home of Mr
and Mrs. A. J. Abbot, at Nogales, Rev.
Clay P. Morgan officiating. Mr. Ed
wards is in the employ of the forest
service, stationed at Canille, Ariz., and
Miss Cook was an El Paso girl.
Burglars gained an entrance to the
residence of Mr. Arce, on Elm street,
and got away with valuables to the
amount of over $100.
Drs. Purdy and Smelker formed a
commission to examine the mental. con
dition of former city marshal ,T. B.
Moore, and pronounced him insane. He
was committed to the territorial asy
lum and taken to Phoenix.
T. J. "Wylie has been appointed city
marshal by the city council.
It is stated that Manuel Mascaranas
will shortly complete plans for the
ereetlon of a two story stone business
block on his lot near the courthouse,
between the Lyric theater and the Los
Dos Xaciones cigar factory, also two
cottages on Sonoite.
ARIZONA INFANTRY AND
CAVALRY ARE INSPECTED.
Clifton, Ariz., April 11. Pursuant to
general orders of the war department,
Capt. Guy G. Palmer, of the ISth infan
try, Is conducting the annual inspec
tion of the National guard of Arizona.
Capt Palmer has inspected headquar
ters and staff of the third battalion,
Maj. Paul Reislnger commanding, and
company F, of the first Infantry, N. G.
A., commanded by Capt. B. R. Lan
neau Company F Is the strongest' In the
territory, numbering over 68 enlisted
men. Although Arizona has. but one
regiment of infantry and one troop of
cavalry, former governor Joseph Kibby
on his last visit to Clifton, seated that
the territory had more 'militia in pro
portion to its population-than any state
in -the union.
Capt Palmer went to Morenci and in
spected troop A the only cavalry or
ganization In" the territory. Capt. E. M.
Tuthill commands the troop-"
The current issue of the Copper Era, a
local weekly d,evoted to the interests
of the CIIfton-Morenci district, Is the
first issue under the new management.
M. Miller, the new manager -for the
stock company, has arrived 'here.
CADETS TO SEE POPE.
Among the numerous points of in
terest which the party composed of ca
dets of E. P.M. I. is going to visit dur
ing their excursion to Europe this sum-
mer. one of the most Interesting will
be the Eternal City. Capt. Rene de
Seryiere is now writing to the nounce
of the pope In "Washington to obtain an
audience from his holiness for his party
when they are in Ron"
'small farms to settlers and convert
the remainder of the property into a
cattle ranch. The land is in the valley
of the Sta. Maria river.
Henry Marsh, late consulting engi
neer of Irrigation to the Indian gov
ernment, recently examined the property
and has recommended that about 20,000
acres be put under irrigation, begin
ning at once, by minor works, at a
cost of 515,000.
The prospectus gives the board of.
directors of the company as follows:
air Alfred Newton, chairman ;C. de Broe,
Arthur Reginal Bowill, Capt. C. O.
Greenwell, Henry Marsh, F. F. Medina
and sir Wm. Wiseman. The advisory
board in Mexico is .given as governor,
Enrique C. Creel and Alberto Terazas,
of this city, and G. Rlbon, of Mexico
! MAN CHARGED WITH
KILLING HIS WIFE
Antonio Enriquez Is Xqw in
Solomonville Jail Sen
Solonionville, Ariz., April 11. Antonio
Enriquez, charged with kiling his wife
and fatherlnlaw at San Jose, was
easily captured. He is suffering from
wounds, believed byb the authorities
to have been self inflicted. The grand
jury being in session, took up his case
at once and returned an indictment of
murder on two counts. He -Is in the
county hospital under guard.
The supreme court of the territory
has affirmed the judgment of the lower
court in the case of Wm. Robinson,
marshal of Safford, convicted on the
charge of killing Wayne Pursley on
Sept. 16, 1908.
The sentence of 15 months was im
posed by former judge Xore, of the dis
W. E. Clark has been appointed clerk
of ihe board of supervisors, vice L. F.
Vaughn, resigned. Mr. Clark has been
the deputy clerk for some mouths.
J. D. Hortzier, of the Artesian belt,
has sold his ranch and reservoir and
is planning to go to California.
George Foote, of Safford, has gone
to Los Angeles to join his wife, who
is there for her health. They will seek
iSOOD R1I FALLS IN DF.UING
DISTRICT; NEW SETTLERS.
Deming, X. M.. April 11. The rain
covered practically all of Luna county.
Mr. Taylor is in town from his ranch,
near Hondale. and reports a good rain
in that vicinity. Joe Hitchens. who
operates a number of mines in the
Cook's Peak district, says that a heavy"
rain fell there.
J. T. Donnelly and J. L. Hougland
both of Indlanola, Nebraska, have filed-
on land 12 miles south of Deming. C.
a Oodd&rd. of Le-rrande. Ore., and L
. Q. Danse. of Lanorte, Ind., also filed m
that neighborhood. Mr. uoddara ana
Mr. Danse will instal pumping plants
in Your Scalp ?
It Has Been Proved That
Microbes Cause Baldness
Professor Unna of Hamburg, Ger
many, and Dr. Sabourand, the leading
French dermatologist, discovered that
a microbe causes baldness. Their theory
has time and again been amply verified
through research experiments carried
on under the observation of eminent
scientists. ThJis microbe lodges In the
Sebun, which Is the natural hair oil.
and when permitted to flourish It de
stroys the hair follicles and in time the
pores entirely close, and the scalp grad
ually takes on a shiny appearance.
"When this happens there is no hope of
the growth of hair being revived.
Dandruff is a contagious disease,
which is largely due to a destructive
microbe, which when left to pursue its
course causes itching scalp, falling hair
and baldness. Dandruff is caused by
the microbe affecting the glands which
produce the sebaceous matter, which
latter thon unnaturally dries up and
"We have a remedy which will, we
honestly believe, remove dandruff ex
terminate the microbe, promote good
circulation In the scalp and around the
hair roots, tighten and revitalize the
hair roots and overcome baldness. , so
long as there Is'any life left in the hair
roots. v . '
"We back up this statement with our
own personal guarantee that this rem
edy called Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will
be supplied free of all cost to the user
if it fails to do as we state.
It will frequently restore gray and
faded hair to Its original color, provid
ing loss of color has been caused bv
disease; yet it Is In no sense a dye.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic accomplishes
these results by making every hair
root, follicle and pigment gland strong
and active, and by stimulating a nat
ural flow of coloring pigment through
out the hair cells.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is entirely
free from- grease or sediment, is ex
ceedingly pleasant to use and will not
gum the hair orpermanently soil the
clothing or pillows.
"We exact no obligations or promises
we simply ask you to give it a thor
ough trial and if not satisfied tell us
and we will refund the money vou paid
us for it. Two sizes, prices 50 cents
and W Remember you can obtain
it in El Paso only at our store the
Rexall Store. People's Drug store
veiiy cc L-umu.ru.
fM5T Hair Goods!
Ysleta, Texas, April 11. A number of
valley ranchmen nave gone into the
chicken raising business very extensive
ly. Rhode Island Reds seem to be the
favorite breed beng raised "ay Dr. C. J.
Logan, Dr. Moore and Mrs. B. A. Oden.
These poultry fanciers nave had an un
usually successful season this spring
and r have hundreds of young spring
Rangers Reese and Winn have gone
to Valentine to attend a dance. "While
there they will be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. McReynoIds.
Mr. and Mrs, Julius Loewenstein and
little son will move to ElPaso.
R. E. King is in Fabens visiting his
Irbln Oden accompanied J. L. Kings
bury to the Helm ranch to bring In a
drove of horses bought by Mr. Kings
bury. Extensive improvements are being
made on the Krioblauch residence, also
the Schutz residence.
Among the Ysletans in El- Paso are
M. Loewenstein, Oscar Reeves, Percy
Peterman, R. E. King, W. D. Lansden,
W. J. Lowry.
Far-well and Keys have let the con
tract for clearing the big tract of land
at Tornlllo recently purchased from
the Peterman-Lansden Realty company.
The land will be put In alfalfa-
The W. F. Payne residence, which is
nearing completion, Is one of the most
beautiful in the valley.
A new fence Is being built around
the church, yard.
The Biggest and Fastest Growing Millinery Store in
l$ew Mexico. Best location and doing the Biggest
Business. Owner wants to leave city.
MRS. JEASTETTE WELVAST
312 West Central. Albuquerque, N. M.
First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TUBXEY, Oiairnsan.
JOSHUA EAYNOLDS, President.
James G. MSeSarj, Viw-Fresidaat. Walter M. Butter, Amt: Ouhies
Jno. M. Rajcelds, Vace-President. Francis B. GaB&ghr, AmL Cashier
EDGAR W. KAYSEB, Caabier.
Assets - -
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a R. MOREHEAD, President GEO. D. FLORY, Cashir.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Prta. C. K. BASSETT, Vice Pre.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AlfD PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in AH Its Branchst.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HEXICATT HONEY.
Rio Grande Valley
W. W. Tumey, Preet
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. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg b. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams j. h. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
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Kanciier Says Cattle Are Im
proving Less Saloons
Bisbee, Ariz-. April 11. J: W. Pitts,
an emploj-e of the Holbrookt shaft, has
secured a patent for a dewice to Im
prove the action of the piston move
ment of a pump or engine. Several
local people are dnterested in the In
vention, which is considered very im
portant, and for -which the inventor ex
pects to obtain patents in many for
J. TV. Kender, a wealthy ranchman,
was in Bisbee recently. He stated
that conditions in the country are much
improved, owing to the last rains. He
said also that several places are In
fested by wild dogs, as largs as New
foundlands, which kill pigs, chickens
and even small calves, and that an or
ganization of ranchers is being formed
to exterminate those vicious beasts.
Returns received by the sheriffs of
fice show that there are IS less saloons
in the country than last year. About
70 licenses have been issued so far, and
the revenue to the county amounts to
$20,000, which goes .to the school fund.
District attorney John S. "Williams,
supervisor McCabe and Dr. Hickman
have started on a 150 mile auto trip.
The purpose of the journey is to make
a sanitary inspection of the county.
Bank & Trust Co.
W. E. AmoW, Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
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