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TFT p A 0 HETATYD April 27, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest
News Of the Great Southwest
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The El Paso Bank
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We offer the money needed on personal
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COME AND SEE US
MANGLED ODD! OF
S. B. Eose Killed .on Eail-
way Tracks at Roswell.
Federal Court Con
Roswell, X. M., April 27. The man
gled body of S. B. Rose, 65 years of
age. who was employed by the South
Spring- Ranch and Cattle company for
two years, was found at night by Juan
P. Rivera and brothers on the railway
track. City marshal Roy Woofter and
night policeman Tobe Stewart, who
brought the body to town, found, $90 in
currency, a silver dollar and a watch
In his pockets. Deceased was an old
Texas ranger and had been in the east
ern part of New Mexico, Including Fort
Sumner, for 35 years. He had been
Federal court is in session, judge
Wm. H. Pope presiding. Other officers
In attendance are D. J. Leahy, of Xas
Vegas, United States attorney, and
Herbert W. Clark, assistant; TV. R.
Forbes, United States chief deputy mar
shal of 'this district, of 'Albuquerque,
and Harry Bloom, deputy; and C. H.
Haynes, postoffice inspector. The mem
bers of the United States grand jury
MRS. FRANCES HOUCK
Ministers of the gospel, doctors of
unite in commending Duffy's Pure Malt
one true medicinal wihiskey.
Dyspepsia and N
has to its credit fifty years of success. It is an absolutely pure distillation of
carefully malted grain. Overworked anen, delicate women and sickly children will
find in Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey the health and strength-giving properties that
are so necessary to -them. It is a wonderful remedy in the prevention and cure of
consumption, pneumonia, grippe, oron-
chftis, coughs, colds, asthma, malaria,
low levers, stomach troubles and all
wasting and weakening conditions, if
taken as directed.
If 1h need of advice, write Medical De
partment, The Dsiffj- 3iait TVuisfcey
Company, Rochester, Xctv York, stat
Ih your ease fully. Oar doctor vrtll
uead yon advice free, together vrith a
-talBahle UlHirtrstea medical booklet,
coataiaing; rare common sense rules for
health. Which you caanot afford to he
TrfthoHt and seme of the many thou
sands of E-atifyiag: letters from men
aag TFveaieH la all vralkft of life, both
yaas and old, xvho have been cured
nd heaefitted hy thease of this great
medicine and who ceatiaue to enjoy
Kood health. Sold hy nssistssToi
ccrs aad dealers, or direct, $1.00 a larsc
?lil I P
are A. C. Heard, roreman; R. I Moss,
Tym. Plunkett, J. D. Rackley, C. S.
Acker, R. E. Bryant, Felix C. Smith,
J. D. Ivuykendall, W. H. Williams, W.
TV. "Ward, J. Allen Browning, T. j.
Fergnam, TV. H. Crawford, J. R. TVil-
ey, John Shaw, TV. H. Long, P. D.
TVilkins, John A. Forcheau, D. E. Dozer,
Grover Cottlngham and R. L. Burns.
Frank R, Tobin to Mrs. Lottie Muller,
lots 29 and 30, block 94, Tobin, Texas;
consideration $50. May 30, 1908.
Licensed to Wed.
Antonio G. Medrano and Manuela
GOES TO BROVXSVILLE.
N. J. TValker, for "the past six years
in the customs service at El Paso, has
been transferred to the immigration
service and leaves Saturday for
Brownsville for station.
Entirely cured by Duffy's
?ure Malt Whiskey after
other medicines did her no
good. Now Mrs. Houck
recommends it to all her'
friends. She recently
"Duffy's Pure Malt Wihiskey has dene
me so much good I intend to always keep
it on hand. About two years ago when
I was -feeling all run down, I consulted a
physician. He pronounced my trouble a
species of dyspepsia and nervousness. I
had taken two bottles of other medicina
and they had not helped me, when a
friend recommended Duffy's Pure Malt
"Whiskey. I am pleased to say that it
has- cured me entirely, and I do not hesi
tate to give it my indorsement. I shall
recommend Duff3''s Pure Malt "Wihiskey,
to all my friends." Mrs. Frances Houck,
423 E. Water St., Milwaukee, Wis.
medicine, nurses and people everywhere
Whiskey, a perfect tonic stimulant, the
1 1 one
Recommends Heads of De
partments Women Or
ganize Society Cattle
Roswell, X. -M., April 27. The plans
of Roswell's new mayor. Dr. G. T. Veal,
are similar to those obtaining in cities
having the commission form of govern
ment. He proposes to place under the
control of one man the street and alley
work, water works, sewers, garbage and
street sprinkling, and has recommended
J. TV. Bennett, the present superintend
ent of the city water works. Mayor
Veal also plans to name but one man
on each of the other standing commit
tees, with the possible exception of
the committee on finance and perhaps
the water, lights and sewer committee.
A member of the council has proposed
a new scheme for street sprinkling to
cover a district eight blocks wide east
to west, and fully half a mile long,
north and south, and assess the cost
against the abutting property,
Mrs. Winona E. Reeves, of Keokuk,
la., supreme president of the P. E. O.
sisterhood, a literary and social body,
has organized a chapter of the order
in Roswell. The maintenance of an
educational loan fund for the benefit
of young women who have not suffi
cient funds with which to acquire an
education is the main philanthropical
work. Tile officers of the Roswell chap
ter art: President, Mrs. O. K. Ingram;
vice president, Mrs. TV- I. Murrell; re
cording secretary. Miss Edith Geyer;
corresponding secretary, Miss Nellie
Masonf treasurer, Mrs. Geo. Zink;
chaplain, Mrs. TV. K. "Buchly; guard,
Mrs. Sylvester Johnson; journalist, Mrs.
Dorothy McXallj; organist, Mrs. John
T. McClure. Mrs. J. TV. Lewis, of Carls
bad, where the only other chapter of
the order in New Mexico is located, at
tended the organization of the Roswell
Dr. P. H. McDowell, thfnew pastor
of the First Baptist church of Roswell,
has arrivel from Omaha with his wife
Guy Roberts, of Iola, Kansas? has
shipped three train" loads of cattle
which he bought of Sutherland and
Johnson of Roswell and Carlsbad.
Ex-goveruor Curry is in Roswell on
G. M. Lyon, of the firm of Lyon &
Axtell, who are to build Chaves county's
new courthouse and jail, has returned
to Santa Fe. He will move to Roswell
to reside permanently In a short time.
I Current Supplied for Irriga
tion i3v JUemrng Com
pany Land Sale.
Deming, N. M., April 17. Frank-Barrett
and J. N. Snyder have each or
dered 15 horse power electric motors
installed. TV. L. McBride has ordered
a 20 horse power motor for pumping
water on his desert claim, six miles
southeast of Deming. The Deming
Ice and Electric company is building
a power line three miles south. It then
branches, the right line running two
miles west and the left branch going
two miles east and one south. This
company gurantees to furnish power at
3 cents per kilowat, which makes the
water cost the farmer a little less than
a cent per 1000 gallons.
J. H. Jones and son, from Erath
county, Texas, have bought 320 acres of
vland four miles southwest of Deming.
They are preparing . to Improve the
The laying of the cornerstone of
the Luna county courthouse will be
held In May. The entertainment fea
ture has been placed in the hands of
the various fraternal orders in Dem
ing. COMPANY BUILDS
AIRDOME AT VAUGHN
Citizen Investigates Camp
City Oil Field General
Vaughn, X. M., April 27. Money has
been subscribed and a stock company
formed to build" an airdome. The con
tract was let to Kobe & Hodges and
work has been commenced on the
building. J. C. Joiner has a new ma
chine ready and will open a picture shew
as soon as the building is completed.
Contractor E. F. Riblett of Buchanan
has moved to Vaughn.
T&e family of E. C. Baker has come
from Dalhart. and will occupy the resi
dence purchased from X. E. ilays.
C. F. Jackson, ,who has been at the
'hospital at Alamogordo, is dead.
"V "C X .T . -flj a - n?L i -
-. xj. .nertu)- went jso amp iny 10
investigate the oil well. He intended
filing claims for a number of Vaughn
Mrs. M. E. French is sellinsr her house
hold goods and will leave for her old
home m Illinois.
Mrs. R. C. Cain, who lias been visit
ingin Guthrie, Okla,, has returned Koine.
Walter Marshall has gone to Kansas
FIRE BURXS LIVERY
STABLE AT VAUGHX.
CarriaKCK. Harness and Feed Bevtroycd
Automobiles Saved Origin of
Vaughn, X. M., April 27. Garlington
Eros.' livery stable was burned to the
ground by a fire of unknown origin.
A number of buggies, several sets of
harness and considerable feed was de
stroyed. The bus and automobiles in
the barn were pulled out. All the
horses had been turned into a nearby
pasture. The manager of the stable
and his family were sleeping 200 yards
away, but were not awakened bj the
LA.ND OFFICE OFFICIALS DECIDE
3IIAMI TOVXSITE PROPERTY SUIT.
Globe, Ariz., April 27. A decision by
the register and receiver of the Phoe
nix land office in reference to:Miami
townsite property, awards possession of
the disputed ground to Cleve"W. "Van
Dyke and Joe V. Prochask. j. j.
Mackay's application for his homestead
entry was rejected. Mackajf and Pro
chaska are given GO days tw appeal to
the commissioner of the land office.
There's No Risk
If This Medicine Does Not
Benefit, You Pay Nothing
A physician who made a specialty
of stomach troubles, particularly dys
pepsia, after years of study perfected
the formula from which Rexall Dyspep
sia Tablets are made.
Our experience with Rexall Dyspep
sia Tablets leads us to believe them
to be the greatest remedy known for
the relief of acute indigestion and
chronic dyspepsia. Their ingredients
are soothing and healing to the in
flamed membranes of the stomach.
They are richfcin pepsin, one of the
greatest digestive aids known to medi
cine. The relief -they afford is almost
immediate. Their use with persistency
and regularity for a short time brings
about a cessation of the pains caused
by stomach disorders.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure
healthy appettie, aid digestion and pro
mote nutrition. As evidence of our
sincere faith in-Rexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets," we ask you to try them at our
risk. If they do not give you entire
satisfaction, we will return you the
money you paid us for them, without
question or formality. They come in
three sizes, price 25 events, 50 cents and
$1.00. Remember you ca obtain them
only at our store The Rexall Store.
People's Drug Store and Kelly & Pol
VETERANS OF WAR
Delegation From Colorado,
N. M., to MobileSociety
1 and News Notes.
Colorado, N. M., April 27. J. P. Ma
jors and family, Mr-. Sam Majorsand
daughter, John Prdue, Forrest Payne,
Howard Cooper, Howard Pond, O. M.
Mitchell and daughter, and J. J. McLure
have gone to Mobile, Ala., to attend
the reunion of the United Confederate
Miss Anna Swan, of Austin, Texas,
and Mrs. Bell, of Tyler, Texas, are vis
iting their sister, Mrs. G. W. Smith.
Dudley Arnett has returned to El
Paso after a visit with relatives, at
tending the Arnett wedding.
The graduating exercises of the Col
orado high school were held at the
Mr. and Mrs. L.. C. Dupree are expect
ed home from Miami. Fla,
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy entertained with an open
meeting at the residence of Dr. Dupree
with a Texas program.
John J. Johnson, of Sweetwater, Tex
as, was here.
Mrs T. W. Stoneroad entertained at
dinner Miss Nell Hatch, of Big Springs
Texas, and Miss Lucille Stoneroad, Miss
Eva Hammer, Miss Ophelia Arnett and
Dudlev Arnett, of El Paso. .
Mr. "and Mrs. Eugene Payne, of Gar
za county, are visiting with relatives.
Miss Grace Ammons, who has been
visiting with her sister, Mrs. E. E.
Radford, left for her home in Logans
Mr. and Mrs. Ingram are in Houston,
attending the grand lodge of the
Knights of Pythias and Pythian sis
ters. . ,
Mrs. H. G. Towle. of Snyder, Texas, is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. P Ruddick.
The family of M. I. Crawford has
-one to Conrad. Mont., where Mr. Craw
ford has bought land and will locate.
Portales System Dispected
by Promoters Building
Notes School Closes.
Portales, X. M., April 27. Those in
charge of the irrigation plant hope to
be able to have it in operation by May
Ward S. Arnold, W. G. McConnon and
A. E. ?an Siense from the Westing
house company, and Mr. Pyles. who has
charge of the engine department have
been here. The first casualty of the
work happened this week, when a man
named Klllgoer was crushed by some
falling iron pipes. One leg was broken
In two places and there was an Incision
of the sauII.
Two more buildings are to be begun
this week; a bungalow six miles west
by Virgil D. handle of Greenville. Tex.,
and the business building of R. M. San
ders between the .Toj-ce Pruit and C -Harris
buildings. J. W. Tucker is con
raAr fr,r thA first and Fred Wegner
of Roswell. architect for the second-.
The school's closing exero&co m
over. Each grade furnished Individual
features at the entertainment. The high
school held commencement exercises for
the graduating class of next year, and
aftr the entertainment of the young
folks had a party with Miss Mattie Doss
Hightower. A box party completed the
L. TV F-iscus. of the garage, took J
P. Stone, T. J. Molinari. Geo. M. Wil
liamson and R. H. Bain, over the prairies
out where the antelope are found and
wild game abounds.
Attorney T. L. Reese has gone to
Manchee. Texas, to be present at the
second trial of the man who killed his
Herman Latham of Ccdarville, Kan
sas, has gene to Bronco, where he ex
pects to buy 300 head of steers and ship
The Connolly Coal company has added
a hay, grain and feed department to its
W. E. B?el. of Willard, has been in
Portales inspecting the power plant. The
Western Construction company is) es
tablishing a similar project at Willard
and Estancia valley and he was pleased
with the way things look here.
The Odd Fellows and the TeaMier.-T
association have prepared a program
for the two days convention at Won
STAY AT YSLETA
Alfalfa in Upper rand Lower
Yallevs Reported Good.
Cattle to El Paso.
Ysleta, Tex., April 27. Ysleta citi
zens are gratified to learn that the re
port concerning the rangers was but a
rumor. Capt. Bailey and his men are
enforcing law and order.
Chief of police B. F. Jenkins, of El
Paso, was at the Valley Inn for a short
W. A. George is convalescing from his
Custom inspector Gourley is still very j
Bangers Reese and Cox have returned
from Ft. Hancock, where they went to
investigate some claims against the
Custom inspector C. F. Sensner of San
Marcial, X. AL. -has been here for a
M. T. Lewis, aJfalfa buyer for a Ft.
Build into a suit enough of style to 'satisfy
good taste and enough of quality to insure good
wear, and you have all that is possible.
It is false economy to buy a suit because of
its low price, unless you are a judge of quality.
It is our aim to show goods of such character
that every man may be certain of VALUES at
Should you choose to make a selection from
our new stock of spring models you ma? be cer
tain you cannot make any mistake.
Everything to Wear for Men and Boys
At the Blumenthal Corner.
Worth firm, is registered at Valley inn.
He so-TS no finer hay can be bought
tlran that of the upper and lower valleys
of the Rio Grande.
Capt. Jesse Walbridge ha gone to El
Paso with, a big drove of cattle-
Removal sale Snyder Jewelry Co.
ALTO NEWS NOTES
AND PERSONAL MENTION
Alto, X. M.. April 27. Watt Gilmore
and familv have gone to the V. V.
ranch, where they will spend the sum
W. W. Slack has gone to Corona. U.
B. Lane will have charge of the saw mill
during 3Ir. Slack's absence. ,
:Mrs. George Hagee, who has been con
fined to her bed -with grip, is. improv
in". 5im Crawford, who has been logging
for the saw mill, is off duty, owing to
illness. . ..
- 0. M". Jackson, of Tularosa, is m Alto,
looking after his cattle.
Alvis Linam, of TuIaroa. is here vis
iting his father and sisters.
jfw. Sollars -has sold his stock of
cattle to Al. Roberts, of Carrizozo.
AND GENERAL NEWS
Monterey. ST. M-, April 27. I. O. Wet
more has gone" to Carrizozo.
James Anderson has returned from
Harvey Nelson of Tucumcari is visit
ing his brother. Bud Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rockwell have re
turned from Kansas City where they
have been visiting with Mrs. Rockwell's
Mr. and Mrs. W- H. Hunter have gone
HOW HE CURED
I didn't find out I had contracted Contagious Blood Poison
until it had made considerable headway. I had heard a great
deal of the value of S. S. S. as a blocd medicine, in fact had a
friend who had cured himself of the same disease through its
use, so as soon as I discovered the nature of my trouble I began
taking it. I got along splendidly from the very first and my
recovery was steady. When I first began the use of S. S. S. my
face was so full of sores and eruptions that I could not shave.
. Other parts of my body were similarly affected, but there is
now not a blotch, pimple or any other sign of the disease. I
was cured by S. S. S. and I know I am cured to stay cured as
this was several years ago. There is nothing that equals
S. S. S. for Contagious Blood Poison and I always recommend
it in such cases. WALTER WEBER.
No. 430 Fourth St.," Evansville, Ind.
The acknowledged virtue of S. S. S. as a blood remedy induced
Mr. Weber to commence its use when he found he had contracted
Contagious Blood Poison. The good results he obtained is just
another demonstration of its valtfe r ; a cure for this disease.
Contagious Blood Poison is the most powerful and destructive of
all blood disorders. Its virus permeates the entire circulation and this
explains why any one afflicted with this malady usually finds its symp
toms manifested in every portion of the body. From head to foot the
insidious poison breaks forth. The hair and eyebrows come out, the
mouth and throat ulcerate, skin eruptions and sores and ulcers break
out on the body, the bones ache, glands in the groin swell, and
frequently the nails on hands and feet are affected.
The only possible way to cure Contagious Blood-Poison is to
remove the cause bv nuriFvino- the hlnnd. This ic met what S. 5v S
ddes; and It is the only medicine
cieanses tne circulation or every particle or the germs and virus or the
disease. Mercury, Potash, etc., are often used by despairing sufferers
in the hope that such strong treatment will kill the poison. But this
cannot be done; the disease may be checked temporarily and the
symptoms improved, but the old poison is slumbering in the blood, and
when the treatment is left off the disease always returns.
The ability of S. S. S. to cure Contagious Blood Poison comes
from its blood purifying properties. It goes into the circulation and
removes every trace of the poison, makes the blood pure and healthy,
and leaves no dregs of the virus to break out later on. S. S. S. is made
entirely of roots, herbs and barks, each of which has a direct and
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when S. S. S. has rid the
circulation df the Contagious Blood Poison the entire system is leff in
fine physical condition.
We want to help every Contagious Blood Poison sufferer to
get well, and for this purpose we have prepared a special book for
Home Treatment. We will mail this book with anv SDecial mediral
advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. j
"to Alamogordo to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Holden and their little
son James have gone to Las Cruces
for a visit.
William Hame-s has accepted a po
sition with Charles Croan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Poe have moved
to Alamogordo from the Lumbley' ranch.
Removal sale Snyder Jewelry Co.
MONTEREY MAN "UNDERGOES
OPERATION; HOUSE SALES
Monterey, N. M., April 27. Jack Col
lins is back from. El Paso, where he
underwent an operation.
Frank Smith aijd Bob Ross are here
frcm Three Rivers.
Miss Margaret Prude :s visiting with
Mrs. W. HCook.
Mr. Bower is here with two car loads
of horses which he bought from Mr.
j Lewis. He will ship them.
Mrs. Tom Shields Is 111.
W. A. Poe came up from Camp Citj-,
where he filed on an oil claim.
Remova' sale Snyder Jewelry Co.
OLD RESIDENT DIES AT
TULAROSA; NEWS NOTES
Tularosa, N. M.. April 27. Charley
Wlngfield died at his ranch of heart
Dr.J. R. Callawoy, of Mescalero, has
been here visiting relatives.
Miss Mary Meek has returned home
from Capitan where she has been each-.
Mrs. D. D. Harkness and son, John,
have moved here from La Luz-
Mrs. Nacy Shields is dangerously ill.
Noah Bullard has gone to his ranch
at Las Plomas.
that absolutely and thoroughly
specific errect in puntying
the blood. S.S. S. does
not contain a particle of
mineral in any form to
upset the stomach, affect
the bowels, or inflame any
of the deHcate membranes
of the body. It is Nature's
blood purifier, potent and
healthful, and so valuable
are its tonic effects that
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