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News Of She Great Southwest
News Of the Great Southwest
A T Jl May 13, 1910
re the Highest ideal of the tailors art.
TKey are garments of character, indi
viduality and true worth. The models
are always graceful and becoming.
"ALCO" Clothes fit and feel com
fortahle from first to last. A perma
nent shape is tailored into them at the
factory and no amount of hard wear
will knock it out. They are made of
excellent quality fabrics in all the
season's &osf approved colorings and
You can pay more for a suit than we
would charge you for an "ALCO '
suit, and you can pay less, but, con
sidering quality, wear, workmanship,
material and fit you cannot buy a suit
that has all these features so carefully
worked out for the price of our
"ALCO" suits. '
We stand ready to prove this to you
any time you say. Just come in and
try on an "ALCO suit.
There is no prob
lem of increased cost
of food if you eat more
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An ideal food; delicious;
Compared with other
foods Quaker Scotch Oats
costs almost nothing and
yet it builds the best.
Packed in retrolar package, and in
hermetically sealed tint. 62
FALLS IN MEXICO
WILL PAY A FINE
Indicted for Failure to En
force the Anti-Grambling
Laws, Plead Guilty.
Globe. Ariz. May 1. R. M Andersou,
c-ty marshal, his brother, "Wirt A, An
derson, deputy marshal; Robert J. Ed
wards, deputy marshal, and James
Sm cnringen, a deputy sheriff, pleaded
guilty in court to the indictments re--u--ntl
ly tl'o grand jury in -which
hey were charged "with not enforcing
the cutigaxnbl'ng laws of the territory.
The court agreed to impose a fine but
no jail sentence in the event that the
men pleaded guilty, because of the ex-"tenua-inp
In tre esse of the saloonkeepers and
gamblers- indicted for violating the ter
ritorial antlgambling law, demurrers
were interposed most of "which "were
vri ruled &y the court.
The most important trial on the cr m
inal calendar, that of the territory
against J. C Phillipfcon for embezzle-
we t, resulted in an acquittal after the
ur was out three hours. Defendant
was forr erlj a prominent real estate
i abd insurance agent here and in Co
chise count v He disappeared over two
.ear, ago and -jas brought back from
Edmonton, Canada, for trial. There are
other lndWirientf. against him.
CATTLE PERSOVAL 37EAV5.
Solomonville, Ariz., May 13. The
largest individual shipment of cattle
from this place for many years was
1000 head to points in Texas and the
north. One other large shipment is
scheduled for this week.
Mrs. G. A. Gillispie, who has been ill,
Mrs. G. A. Hyatt is visiting in Safford
with Mrs. Alex Hunt.
Hiram Schoonmaker, of New Tork
city, has continued his journey to the
Grand canyon, accompanied by his
nephew, AT. R. Chraebu, of this place.
Sheriff A. A. Anderson, accompanied
by his father, J. X. Anderson, of Duno
ant, Kansas, has gone to Duncan, Cal
ifornia and Morencl.
Probate judge T S. Burch is ill.
In an experiment recently made by
John Perkins, residing on Rural Route
No. 2, xennlker N. H., the results ob
tained far exceeded his expectations.
Mr. Perkins was so pleased that- he
made a statement for general publica
"For a number of years I was an In
valid from a combination of troubles. I
suffered terribly from constipation and
piles, and was so stiffened with rheu
matism that I could not arise without
assistance. I was also troubled with
dizziness. My stomach was out of or
der, my appetite fickle, I felt dull, weak
and thred all the time, and was In a
generally rundown condition.
"My wife and daughter having botn
used the Cooper remedies with benefi
cial results, I decided to try -them. They
proved helpful beyond all expectations.
The New Discovery soon put my bowels
into good condition, and the piles disap
peared. My appetite improved, and I
began to relish my meals, having no
difficulty In digesting all that I ate.
The dizziness soon left me and has not
"I used Cooper's CJuick Relief lini
ment as an aid to theNew Discovery for
my rheumatism, which has not troubled
me now for a long time. The Cooper
remedies worked wonders for me."
I. T. Cooper, whose tmedicine was
used by Mr. Perkins, claims that stom
ach trouble is responsible for nearly all
Illness, and that If the stomach is re-
i stored to normal and healthy activity.
suoh diseases as rheumatism, kidney
and liver troubles, etc., will quickly dis
appear. His preparations have certainly
made a remarkable record. "We are
agents for them in this community.
i Kelly & Pollard.
First One Has Been Pound.
Many School Entertain
ments at Dublan.
Colonia Dublan, Mexico, May 13.
Another meteor has been seen in the
eastern skies. This makes th ethird
meteor within a few weeks. Rumor
has it that the meteor which fell in
Cave Valley has been found. A trav
eler was camping near and when It
descended The light and 'leat were so
intense that he had to shield his eyes
from the brilliant rays.
The eighth grade graduates gave the
seventh grade a party at the home of
Timothy Jones. There were more than
50 in attendance. The lawn was lighted
with Chinese lantern;.
The graduates of 1909 gave the 1910
graduates a party at the home of Prof.
Cardon, when a very enjoyable evening
The fifth grade participated in a
class party at the home of Gaskel
A smaMer crowd gathered at the home
of TVillard Call and enjoyed themselves
In a similar manner.
The little child of Professor and Mrs.
Ella Cardon is quite ill.
Forty-seven people came from More
los to be present at the commencement
exercises at Colonia Juarez.
Thej' say the people there are very
busy putting up their new grist mill.
They are neglecting their farms to
quite an extent in order to work on the
mill. As a consequence work has not
been kept up on the Irrigating ditches
and everything Is very dry.
Mrs. Mary Clark jexpeots to,, go to
Idaho to her sons -with the June con
ference people.. Mrs. Helen Clark, who
has been all winter in Colonia Juarez,
will join her here and accompany her to
Phil Young, who has been working
for Ketlesen and Degetau and the Dos
Cabezas Mining company, for the ..last
three years, has given up his position
and come here.
While Morni and Cooper Smith were
riding the range on one horse, they at
tempted to cross the canal and itwas
so steep that when the horse attempted
to climb the opposite bank It fell back
ward and buried the boys beneath it.
They were hurt and well scared but
their injuries are slight
MANY RICH MINES
NEAR NAVAJOA, MEX.
Record Producers Located
in District Railway Con
Navojoa, Son, Hex., May 13. J J.
Smith, president of the Jacolitas Mining
company, in the Sobia district, passed
through Navojoa with 29 pounds of
gold, the result of a cleanup from a
month's run of the 10 stamp mill. There
are about 300 men working in the
The Southern Pacific, a rich lead .i.d
silver proposition eight miles nor i of
Navojoa, on the Mayo river, will soon
begin operations on a large scale.
Todd Woodworth, general manager of
the Mary Mining company in the Ano
Nueva district, states the company has
completed a 20 stamp mill and will soon
be milling high grade ore, wTiich has
been encountered. The force has been
increased from 300 to 500 men. The
branch of the Southern Pacific railway,
from Navojoa to the const, a distance
of 25 miles, 111 soon be completed.
Record Produeinp; Mines.
At Minas Nuevas, 25 miles east of
Navojoa on the Alamos branch, the
Zambana is working a large force of
men cleaning up the old dumps and get
ting in jhape to begin operations on a
large scale. This mine has already pro
duced in the neighborhod of $7,000,000.
The Quintera, three miles outh of the
Zambona on the same contact, which
will soon begin operations under new
management, belongs to the Bank of
Egypt, Paris, France, and has pro
duced more than $37,000,000 for its
owners. The old Promontorio, a few
miles farther south, has between eight
and nfne million to its credit. It has
been proved 07 these mines that the
ores go down to a great depth.
The Snnto Domingo in the same dis
trict Is working a fvll force, and tak
ing out ome of the richest ore that
has ever been seen in that section. The
company will soon begin the erection of
a mill to treat their ore.
Xai ojoa Attracts Miners.
Navojoa is filling up with mining
men attracted here by the rich discov
eries of gold ore along the Mayo river.
Everybody calls it a "Poor man's camp,"
on account of the shipping ore being
available near the surface. Vers' little
money is required to make a "show
ing." There are hundreds of old aras
tra beds along the Mayo river. Years
ago the Spanish ground out the gold
the pirates fought for In the Spanish
A number of. eastern capitalists have
been here for the past month looking
over the field with the view of building
a railroad from Navojoa northeast
along the Mayo river and through the
rich gold camp of Sobia, thence north
east through the Sierra Madre moun
tains to connect with the road already
completed from El Paso to Terrazas in
This will open up the rich country
that baron Humboldt caled the "store
house of the world." This line if built,
may eventuallv become a part of the
Reck Island, thus giving It an out
let to the Pacific, making El Paso the
gateway and outfitting point for the
mining regions In Chihuahua and Son-ora.
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PORTALES BOY WJUnilO
BY FALLING BRICK WALL
On Special Sale
At our special sale
you will find that only
the most select meats
are placed on sale and
not the meat that has been in the market for two or
three days. Besides being fresh, the meat is from
the finest of corn fed cattle. Attend our Saturday
sale once and you vnH come each week.
Prime Rib Raost, per lb. only 15c
Veal Shoulder Roast, per lb. only 15c
Veal Stew on special sale only per lb. . . 12
Home rendered Lard, per lb 17 c
SEHD US YOUB ORDERS FOR HOME DRESS
School Board Appoints Fhe Teachers
for ComiURT Year Installing Ma
chinery for Xevr Electric Plant.
Portale", N. M., May 13. The little
son of W. G. Slandredge, who "was
playing around the foundation of the
Warren-Fooshee building, now In pro
cess of erection, was knocked senseless
by a pile of fresh brick and mortar,
blown over by a sudden gust of wind.
The head i3 badly cut and bruised but
no serious results are anticiDated.
The school board has appointed five
teachers for the coming year: Miss
Pearl Plutchinson, Miss Willie Leahy,
Miss Lula Anderson, Miss Oro Kuyken
dall. Miss Jim J. Jackson.
The new elertrlc power plant will be
operated by converted gas engines, and
are the largest ever seen In this country.
Robert Ogden Ermith gave an enter
tainment at the armory.
The old H-bar ranch Is having its
adobe house made over and will be used
as a summer home.
"W. "W. Humble has divided his prop
erty into tracts of from two and a half
to 10 acres.
Miss Pardon, sister of- Mrs Milton
Brown, and a trained nurse, has lo
Mrs. T. J. Molinari is expecting her
daughter, Mrs. Thompson and children
for a summer visit.
Mr. P. E. Fuller was called home by
the very serious Illness of her brother,
who has appendicitis. Mr. Fuller ac
companied Mrs. Fuller.
TV". M. Bohannon and family have
moved to Portales. Mr. Bohannon i3
connected with the Joyce Prult company.
BODY OF BISBEE
FOOD FOR .MEMORY
The Kind that Bnllds up the Brain.
213 73. Stanton St.
Bell Phone 136.
It is hard to believe that certain
kinds of food will strengthen the mem
ory, and yet, upon the condition of the
brain depends the character of the
mind, and its power to remember and
to exert Itself In various ways, and a
healthy brain can only be maintained
by well selected food.
Now we know that daily use of the
brain uses up certain parts that are
thrown out through the pores to the
outer surface of the skin. This waste
is natural and must be made up from
Grape-Nuts food was made especially
to rebuild the brain and nerve centers.
An experience in Chicago will illustrate:
"I had a terrible siege of gastritis;
my stomach refused everything in the
way of food until I got old of Grape
Nuts. It was perfectly wonderful and
marvelous to -see the difference I be
gan to improve at once.
"I weighed, myself about that time
and found that I had 118 pounds to my
credit. I gained in weight, strength
and health steadily and rapidly, and
now weigh 160 pounds and am strong
and in better health than ever In my
"I have lately had a seven months'
course of instruction In vocal music,
and have memorized 58 songs and most
of the accompaniments besides several
piano "pieces. When I started in it
seemed difficult to memorize one, but
my memory has been growing better
every day and I now find it easy to
commit to memory without difficulty.
"I have taken no medicine, but my
steady diet of Grape-Nuts food has
given me strength, health and memory."
Read "The Road to TVellville," found
In pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read the aboie letter, A netv
one appears from time to time. They
nre genuine, true, and full of human
First National Bank TTill
Pay Second Dividend of
20 Percent Notes.
Bisbee, Ariz , May 13. The dead body
of Arthur Poquette the miner who was
caught by a cavein at the Oliver shaft,
Tas recovered horribly mutilated. Po
quette leaves a wife and five children.
Frank Cartula, proprietor of pool
rooms in Bisbee and L.oiell, was ar
rested and fined for allowing minors
to play in his place.
Receiver O'Connell, of the First Na
tional bank, has announced that a sec
ond dividend of 20 percent will be
The 'county health officers are issuing
warnings against the scarlet fever,
which is raging in Cochibe county,
especially m TVilcox, where soine deaths
have already occurred. In some towns
the public schools have closed.
A Democratic rally for the municipal
election campaign will be held in the
Copper Queen plaza Saturday evening.
TV. G. Gilmore. of Tombstone, will be
the principal orator at the meeting.
The day and night schools for adults
at the Y. M. C. A. is attended by a large
number of foreigners Tho are anxious
to learn English.
After an absence of a few days on ac
count of Illness. Walter Reed has re
turned and will resume his -nork at
A three days' exhibition of drawing,
normal training and domestic science
will be helfat the Central school build
ing next week. Numerous specimens of
work by the pupils will be exhibited
Registration for the city election on
May 23, has closed.
Mr. and Mrs. A D. Barrett have gone
to Douglas to organize a branch lodge
of the order of the "Owls.
Word has been received tbat Mrs. T.
N. Laklu Is very 111 in Vandalia, III.
L. M. Balton has returned with his
bride, formerly Miss O'Neil, of Los An
George Coates and Miss Emma Rob
son were married bj Rev. E. A. Bolt at
St. John's Epiopal church.
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9125 Black laffeca, 36 inch wide,
unbreakable silk. On sale at 95c
$1.00 Black Taffeta, 36 inch wide,
un'breakable. Some lighter in
weight. Special at 87c
One special 3ft inch Pongee Silk. Is
a good "buy at $1.00. Special
tale ". 87d
33 inch Eajah Silk Pongee, colors.
Extra good values at $1.00. On
sale at 80c
25 inch Rajah Silk. Exceptional
values for 65c
One special lot of Silk work ma
terials, plain, and figured. Good for
dresses. On sale at 38c
65c Taffeta Silk, 19 inches wide.
Comes in colore. For v . .50c
27 inch Jap Silk. Comes in a good
heavy, plump quality, white and col
ors, for 45c
25c figured Lawti. large range of pat
terns. On special sale. .' 19c
20c figured Lawn for dresses at.. 16c
15c figuured Dress Lawn for 12c
12c figured Dress Lawn for 10c
One special lot of figured Lawn, 10
yards for 38c
Girls' and Boys' Hose
25c, the well known Black Cat and
Cadet stockings for boy6 and girls.
It is admitted iby people who have
tried either of these hose that there
is nothing better to be had. On
special sale 21c
Did you ever try a pair of our Boys'
TYhit Leather Stocfcinors. Thev sell
2 for r. " -25c
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12-114 South Oregen St
Offer special values for Saturday and Mon
day. 6E ABOUT THEM; they are real
values. Big lot of other items on sale not
mentioned here. : ; : ' : :
$27.50 Suit-., undisp'utable quality
and workmanship. On sale at $21.95
$25.00 Suits. Come in a high grade
of material and workmanship,
$22.50 Suits, quality and workman
ship unsurpassed by any $22.50. On
sale a.t .. . ...... $18.95
$20.00 Suits. Come in pure all wool,
worsted, cottons, and buttonhole
50c B. V. D. Shirts and Drawers,
One special ribbed lisle thread Shirts
or Drawers, 65c value. On sale
25c guaranteed Sok for men. 4 pair
guaranteed to last 4 months,
for - $1-00
One special lot of 72-90 Sheets, made
with seam in center; limit 4 to cus
tomer, for each 35c
One special lot of 42-36" inch cases;
limit 1 doz. for $1.00
One special lot of Sl-90 Pepperal;
limit 4 to customer, each 68c
One special lot of 42-36 Pepperal
cases; limit 8, each 15c
One special lot of 9-4 bleached Pep
peral Sheeting; 10 yard limit to cus
tomer 26 1-2c
One special lot of Apron Check
Gingham; good quality; 10 yards
10 yards of good 12 l-2c Percale
Dress goods, style double fold,
for " 95c
One special lot of 36 inch single ifold
Percale, worth 12 l-2c, ilO yards
One special lot of the 'best brands of
Calico, light and dark colors, 10 yards
jjor ... 58c
$10.00 Suits, very f ne class of wor
sted, for 1 $7.50
$8.50 Suits, made with peg top
s-tyl, for $6.95
$7.50 Suits, all wool worsted,
for ..r '. $5.95
$6.50 Boys' Suits. Come in worsteds
and serges, for $4.95
$5.00 Suit;. Come in worsteds and
all wool serges, for $4.25
$4.00 and $3.50 values, Boys' Suits,
on sale for . .$2.95
Extra Clotning Special
$18.50 Suits. Are .mace or pure au
wool material, 2 and 3 piece suits.
On sale at $15.95
$17.50 Suits. Come, in 2 and 3 piece
suits, made of all wool worsted,
$tl6.50 Suits. Come in 2 and 3 piece
suits, materials all wool worsted,
$15.00 Suits. Are made of nice qual
ity of worsted, all wool, 2 and 3
piece suits, for $12.95
BaJbriggan Shirts and Drawers, made
with double seat, each 25c
Boys' Mesh Xet Shirts and Drawers,
50c genuine President Suspenders,
One special lot of all linen Handker
chiefs for men, for 10c
White Mercerized Waist
ing 12 l-2c white Mercerized Wsisting.
Comes in nice range of patterns. On
saJe for .. 10c
15c white Mercerized Waistitig.
Comes in stripe effect and figured.
On sale at 12c
20c white Mercerized TVaisfcing.
Fine, nice quality. On sale at. .16c
Colored Dress linens and
36 inch double fold Dress linen,
suitable for skirts, dresses and stats;
colors blue, brown, tan, green and
taupe, for 19c
2 1-2 yards wide "White Linen, suit
able for skirts and suite; worth $1,
36 inch pure all Linen, nice for
waists, 3-5c quality, for 28c
One special lot of Irish Linen, finish
white and colored materials, nice for
skirts and suits. This material will
wash and launder equal to linen, 15c
value for 11 1-2c
Mens' Fancy Vests
$3.50 vests for $2-95
$3.00 vests for $2.40
$2.50 vests for $1.95
YIPIXE ESTABLISHES NEW
CITY CORPORATION COURT
FOUR INCH HAIL
FALLS AT VAUG-HN
Heavy Bain Also Sweeps
Over Country Lumber
Vaughn, N M, May 13 Hail four
inches "deep, and a heavy rain fell three
miles south of town The hail pre
vented the mail auto on the Roswell
route from coming- into Vaug-hn on
E. Romero will l'eopen a lumber yard
here at his old stand. R. c. Grim, man
ager, is here to prepare the yards,.
M. H. Angell has returned from Ar
tesia where he disposed of his real es
B. H. Jeffries, father of J. E. Jeffries,
of the Vaughn Mercantile store, has re
turned to his old home in Kentucky.
R. C. Bue. of Duran. train watchman
for the Rock Island, is visiting here.
J. C. Newby has returned from Camp
J. C. McKee of El Paso, is here.
The Yeomen gave an ice cream sup
per at the Grand Central hotel.
ALTO PERSONAL NEWS.
Alto. N. M.. May 13. Albert Meeks
is buying butcher rattle for the Tula
rosa meat market.
Jim Crawford is seriously afflicted
E. A. Crawford has gone to Corona
to take charge of the Sla,ck Bros, saw
mill. J. W. Sollers and llttfe son. Ike, have
gone to Sayres, Okla., 0 live.
A. E. Wilburn, -nho has been buying
horsea in Alto, has gpne to Artesia.
Cripple nnl Four Children, Imposed
"Upon by Land Shark, Arrive In Clty
ln Destitute Condition.
Alpine. Tex., May 13. The city, coun
cil has adopted an ordinance creating
a corporation court. Tle mayor Is to be
S. Powell, C. Prude, H. Bloys, R. C.
Williams, E. E. Davis and I. H. Miller
were over from Ft. Davis.
B. H. Smith of Grand Saline. Texas,
has accepted a position with Mitchell
Werth & Co.
W. H. Harrison has returned from
Terlfhsua, where he has taken the
A. 31. Gildea, of San Antonio, who was
stationed here as a Texas ranger years
ago, is visiting with old friends.
The women of the Christian church
will hold a market Saturday at the
D. C. Bourland is here from 3Iarathon.
Rev. E. B. Atwood, pastor of the Bap
tist church, has left to attend the
World's Sunday School convention, at
Baltimore, also Washington and New
M. S. Burke, former deputy county
clerk and his wife have returned from
San Antonio, where 3Ir. Burke had an
operation performed. He is improving.
T. B. Ballew and 'family, who have
been visiting 31. H. Funk and family of
this place for some time, have returned
3IIss Addie Ferguson entertained the
members of the graduating class at her
Allan 3IcIonnell has purchased 10
acres of land In the 3Ieans addition.
W. T. Anderson has sold one of hl3
rent houses to J. W. Rlxon.
3Irs. 31. B. Levy lias returned from a
visit in 3Iobile. Ala.
Caloway Phelps, who his been ill, Is
3Irs. H. W. Townsend is recovering.
Quince 31111s, of the Alpine Telephone
company, hasgone to New 3Iexico.
The members of tne Alpine Commer
cial Uub will meet Saturday after
noon. There will be a mass meeting of the
citizens of Alpine at the 3Iethodist
church Sunday afternoon to discuss
matters affecting the moral welfare of
Charles Buckley, a cripple, and his
four little girls arrived here destitute
and holding a deed to what was sup
posed to be a valuable 40 acre tract of
land for which he had paid $140. The
land was found to be situated about
100 miles south of Alpine in an almost
f inaccessible .locality. Alpine citzens
raised a sum of money for him.
E. C. Lawrence and B. F. Clowen, of
Taxon, Okla., have been here buying
Jno. B. Viars. who came to this coun
try about four months ago with his
family from Whitesboro, will start
through the country to spend the har
vest season. Mrs. Viars will remain he-e
for her health.
Amos Perryman has sold his ranch in
the R. L. Nevill pasture to 3Ir. Nevill
and will move to Ret. P?ir, Cal., where
he has purchased land.
G. W. 3Iartin, assistant manager of
the Alpine Mercantile company. Is in
FOR VALENTINE FARMERS
Prof. Granger, of San Antonio. Will
Inntal Machinery and Mains; 31.
E. Welch nnd 3Iiss Clara
Valentine, Tex., 3Iay 13. Prof
Granger, who has charge of an ex
tensive subirrigatlon farm near San
'Antonio, has been employed by the
Valentine Development company to in-
stal a complete system on land near
Valentine. Some of the machinery has
arrived. The system includes under
ground conduit for water supply ana
smaller laterals 15 to SO feet apart,
leading out on either side.
It is operated according to hydraulic
principles, -which afford uniform and
equal distribution of the water to the
By this system the Valentine farmer
will be placed in absolute control of
bo"h toil ami moisture.
At the home of the bride's sister was
solemnized the wedding of Clara
Orosco and M. E. Welch. W. A. Foley
officlated. Mr. and 3Irs. Welch will oc
cupy the home already prepared by Mr.
Miss 1race Fvans. accompanied by
her Drother EH, are visiting at the
home of C O. Finley.
3Irs. Berry Cowden, who visited with
her mother, Mrs. R. B. Jone?. -has re
turned to her home at Midland, Tex.
3Ir. and 3Irs. Gaddis Medley, who vis
ited with 3Ir. and 3trs. Arthur 3Iedley
ar Van Horn, have returned.
Ford Bell has returned from the pan
handle country, where he went with the
3Iedley herd of cattle.
3Irs. G. N. Rand. t ho has been vis
iting her parents, 3tr. and 3frs. John
Z. 3Ieans. has returned to her home at
Essie Dillard from Holland's valley,
is visiting Elsie Shanks.
W. S. 3rcBrIde. the carpenter, who
was injured while -working on the 31c
nelly building, has recovered.
T. P. Garrett, the -well driller, -was
here from the Davis mountains for ma
chine fixtures and supplies.
CUTTING OF ALFALFA
NETS LARGE YIELO
Seed Was Plsz-ied Lait Fall; Good
Roads Comsiitttee Plant rfor Bet
terment of Conditions Well
Deming, N. M., 3Iay 13. John Hund
has finished his first"euttlng of his al
falfa, which made a ton and a quarter
to the acre. This alfalfa was planted
At the meeting of the good roads com
mittee of the chamber of commerce,
three members were delegated to make
a tour of inspection of several import
ant roads and report the needed at
tention and probable cost.
Mrs. Wm- H. Harrison, who lives four
miles south of Hondale, is in the hos
pital at Deming, having undergone an.
operation. She is In a critlcl condi
tion. 3Iiss Anna Phillips, whose limb was
broken by a fall Into a 40 foot well, is
S. G. Boyd, a carpenter who was bit
in the eye by a flying nail, has gone
to El Paso for treatment.
There is a lack of well drilling ma
chines in the country surrounding Dem
ing. The outfits that are here are be
ing worked over time and have con
tracts many months ahead. 3Iaiy farm
ers are unable to sec-ure drillers to bore
wells for them.
who likes a dainty
are an economical, never-failing
' ' The Memory Lingers ' '
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MARRY: PERSONAL NEWS
Nogales, Ariz., May 13. Frank Eames.
a fireman on the Sonora railroad, and
3Iiss Theresa Orduna, of Nogales, were
married at the Arizona hotel by judg
31. Marsteller. Mr. and Mrs. Eames
will reside in Nogales.
Selim 31. Franklin an attorney fro is
Tucson, Is in Nogales.
The seven months old baby of 3Ir.
and 31rs. Alex Joffray died.
W. R. Sprecher has returned from
the northwest and accepted a position
in the Southern Pacific telegraph of
fice in Nogales, Sonora.
Emilio F Vila and Mrs. Joseph An
derson were married at the Catholic
church by Rev. father Duval, and. left
for a honeymoon trip to the City of
3r. and 3Irs. Fred 3Iillcr. E. E.
Bethell and James Johnson, of Pata
gonia, are here.
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contains no opium or
and can be given with
dence. As a quick cure
colds to which children
it is unsurpassed. Sold
to children. It
for coughs and
by all dealers.
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El Paso. Texas,