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News Of the Great Southwest
EL PASO HERALD
News Of the Great Southwest 5
3Iay 16, 1910.
8 lbs. extra, fancy new OP
Potatoes for jDC
Fresh Eggs OK
per dozen &dJ
Evaporated Apples, J""
2 lbs. for dsOC
Evaporated Cherries, Q
per pkg. OwC
Evaporated Peaches, -fl f
per lb IUC
24 lbs. American Lady f
Flour for cUC
Blue Hibbon Coffee, Q gf
per lb DDC
The Cash Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
J, B. Sutton Gempany
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St. Bell Phone 680
B "We Carry the Stock" &X
H Bell Phones 367 and 348 H I
B Auto Phone 1S01 H '
B 208-212 ST. LOUIS ST. JH
I (TltoOlIMIERS 5
8 4f ATIMPORTPRICES
Capital and Surplus, $600,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TUKXEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYNOLDS, President.
James G. ilcNary, Vice-President. Walter M. Butler, Asst. Cashier
Jno. M- Raynolds, Vice-President. " Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier
EDGAR Wl KAYSER, Cashier.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BAKKEETG BUSINESS
C. R. MOREHEAD, President GEO D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Pres.
L- J. GILCHRIST, Ass't Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
CITY NATIONAL BANK I
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. K. Maj
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Rio Grande Valley
W. W. Turney, Prest
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest.
I W. Cooley, V. P. & SIgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
t Mr mil i..'.iiii .. T
The small Investor's funds
fg3 with the utmost conservatism.
nished First Mortgages on Real
has hundreds of customers who
with our methods and treatment.
1 Silver City, X. M., May 16. Fire de
! stroyed the 100 ton concentrator and
'J mill of the Mongolion Gold and Copper
' company at Cooney, in the Cooney min
i ing district 90 miles north of Silver City
in western iSocorro county, together
, with 500 feet of timbering in the main
' slaft. entaJiling a loss of upward of
' 5175,000, with but $25,000 insurance,
which was taken out only a few -weeks
The origin of the fire Is a mystery
but it is understood a man is being held
on suspicion, awaiting further investi
gation. T. J. Curran, former president of tf
Mogolion G. & C. company, has offered
j a reward of $500 for evidence leading to
thf arrest and conviction or anyone con
nctted with the alleged incendiarism.
MONTEREY NEWS NOTES.
Monterey, N. M., May 16. A dance
gpven at Sanchez hall was well at
tended. Mr. and Mr". John Hinn have returned
) to their home at Centervilltj, Iowa,
i after a pleasant visit with their father
and sisters here.
1 Roy Skinner and Clyde Bourne, who
, have been visiting with their uncle, C
j C. Bourne and family, have returned
J to their home at Carrizozo.
L. E. Lumbley and verner TVdlson
have returned from Kansas where they
went with cattle for the market.
Eugene Beard has returned to his
! home at Alamogordo.
Some rubbish in the rear of 701 North
Stanton street caught fire at 5 oclock
Sunday evening and the flames com
municated to the fence but -were ex
tinguished before the arrival of the
fire wagons. No damage was done.
Stir the Dowder in a quart of milk and
freeze. Nothing more to be done. Every
thing is in the package. Makes two quarts
of delicious Ice Cream in 10 minutes.
Vanilla, Strawberry. Lemon, and Choco
late flavors, and Unflavored.
Two packages 25 cents at grocers.
Recipe Book Free.
The Genesee Pare Food Co., Le Soy, N. Y.
Bank & Trust Co.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier. '
F. M. Murchison, Asst Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
should be safeguarded
This company has fur
Estate for years and it
are thoroughly satisfied
I Powder J
Makes Ice Cream jf
, for one cent M
W a plate JF
I WEST COAST BUSINESS
OF MEXICO GROWING
Miners and Fanners Succeed
Hostile Indians; Railroad
Navojoa, Son., Mex., May 16. R. H.
Ingram, general manager; J. G. Lind
say, superintendent, and other officials
of the Southern Pacific Railway com
pany passed through Navojoa on their
way from Alamos, where they Inspected
the new freight and passenger depot.
The' considered the contemplated ex
tendon of the line from Alamos into
the rich mining region in western
Chihuahua and eastern Sonora. This
extension would tap the great forests
in this section.
Business along the west coast is in
creasing rapidly, as a great deal of
American capital is being unvested in
Sonora and Sinaloa, and old mines that
have been dormant for many years are
starting up again. In a few months
the stamp mills will again be grinding
out the gold. Rude miners' cabiris in
the great forests where the sound of
the ax had never penetrated, and for
centuries only the tread of moccasined
feet iiave broken the silence, are now
common; where only a few short years
ago savages fought bloody battles, to
day the hardy prospector with his
burro wends his way through the cool
canyons in search of the golden saud.
In the beautiful valleys, only recently
the homes of hostile tribes, todaj- wave
the green fields of grain, and far away
on the horizon rises the black clouds of
smoke from the great Southern Pacific
engines. The railroad is here and be-
j fore it have vanished the old ways.
rORTALES VOLUNTEER .FIRE
FIGHTERS ELECT OFFICERS.
County Commissioner Appoint .lattices
of Pence Citizens Hold Mass
Sleeting New Notex.
Portales, X. M., May 16. The Portales
volunteer fire department met and ap
pointed officers: Jeff Hightower, chief;
Fred Crosby, assistant chief and fore
man of the hook and ladder brigade;
Jim Turner, foreman of the hose; Tom
Hollas, assistant; Oscar Hill, s-ecretary-treasurer,
and F. R. Stone, chief en
gineer; Xi. "W. Fiscus, assistant. The
organization is planning a social func
tion in the near future.
A mass mfeetir.g of citizens who sup
ported the citizen's ticket at the city
election was held at the courttiouse.
The county commissioners have ap
pointed justices of the peace to fill va
cancies. A singing convention was held at
Rogers school house and was attended
by Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Howard, Misses
McMinn, Crane, Ramsey and Haggard,
Messrs. Compton, L,uikart, Nesblt and
J. M. Twiggs has accepted a position
in the dry goods store of Joyce-Pruit
Lewis Payne, of Chickasbfl, Oklahoma,
will open a plumbing shop in Portales.
T. J. Molinari is building a five room
bungalow on the lots across from Dr.
Mrs. M. E. Jack-son, of Roswell, and
Miss Demaree, of Kentucky, visited
here. Miss Demaree has purchased a
farm near Lake Arthur!
Mr. Mathews, superintendent of the
city water and light system, has em
ployed Bascom Howard as assistant.
Mrs. Brown, matron of the sanitorium,
has gone to Middle. Texas, for a visit.
Miss Martha Wagener and Mrs. Lillian
Harris Wagener, of Atlanta, are visit
ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
HEAVY KACHIXERY HOUSE
MAY LOCATE AT ROSWELL.
Wool and Hide Company Builds High
Sign; Graduating- Class Xumbers
Ten Boys and Ten GirlK.
Roswell, N. M., May 16. M. F. Loom
is, of Hillsdale, Mich., F. L. Tubbs, of
Omaha, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Beeman, of San Francisco, who have re
turned to their homes, were here con
sidering establisiilng a heavy machin
The sign of the Roswell Wool &. Hide
company on its rebuilt alfalfa mill, is
75 feet above the ground.
The graduating class in Roswell's
high school this year numbered 10 boys
and 10 girls, who are Ruth Musserden,
Gertrude Rabb, Mary Cooper, Sadee
Fairschild, Jane Carson, Lora Goodwin,
Olive Hadden, Grace Casper. Onplia
Beck, Susie Kennedy. Dillard Wyatt,
Cecil Bonnoy, Kenneth Brewster, Wil
liam Plinkett, Stanley Nowell, Willis
Anderson, Tom Hall, Dixen Dysart, El
mar Dlmmitt and Earl Chamberlain.
Fifty-eight boys and girls were pro
moted from the grammar grades to the
high school. 33 being girls. '
"DEL RIO PROPERTY
Many Snlei Being Made of Residence
and Business Property; Orient
Plans Construction Work.
Del Rio, Tex., May 16. Nearly $200.
000 worth of Del Rio real estate has
changed hands during the past 30 days
as a result of the coming of the Kan
sas City, Mexico and Orient railroad.
One piece of business property, fronting
71 feet on Perry (Main) street and 300
feet on Canal street, which sold for $23,
000, is the site of the largest depart
ment store in the city.
Another corner business lot, slightly
improved, 83 by 300 feet, sold for $18.
500. or $220 a front foot. The new
owners contemplate building.
Irrigated land close to towns has sold
from $170 per acre to $560. Residence
lots have brought as high as $750 and
5S00 each. Lots in the Mexican quar
ter are also being sold.
Advices received by the secretary of
the commercial club from the Kansas
City headquarter;: of the Orient, state
actual construction work will begin at
once. Official news from the Mexican
side of the river state that actual -A-ork
on their road, which will run from Al
lende. Coah.. to Del Rio, will commence
not later than July 1.
c Most Delicious
Boil one cupful of cream with one
tablespoonful of sugar; while hot, atir
in the yokes of three eggs and then add
one teaspoonful of Burnett's Vanilla.
Onc bottle of
will convince yon of its superiority
over ordinary kinds. Insist on getting
the one bottle.
Send your name and addresa'and we vrSl sesd
you, rKiifc, Uiirty-six original tested recipes
or delicious daicues easily Td economically
Yon will Ret new ideas from tin FREE book.
Send for it NOW.
JOSEPH BUSXETT COSPAKT. 3 fc St.,
ur isiunuLn hi
Alleged Woman Confeder
ates Are Serving Life
Terms in Penitentiarv.
Hillsboro, N. M., May 16. Francisco
Baca, charged with complicity in the
murder of Manuel Madrid, was acquit
ted by the jury. The chief witnesses
against Baca, were Alma Lyons, a ne
gress, IS years of age, and the wife
cf the deceased Valentina Madrid, who
is 21 years old both of whom are life
term con-, fcis.
Valentina Madrid's tory on the wit
ness i'tand wfcs the third confession she
has mirie of having put powdered glass
la a dish of beans for her husband to
eat and Rough on Rats in a cup of cof
fee given him to drink, the arsenic con
tained therein being the cause of hl
death. She implicated Baca, but shed
no tears during !.er testimony.
When asked if she wished Baca hung
or sent to the perltentiary she stated:
"No. but it is not right that he should
be free when- we (Alma Lyons and her)
self) ae suffering and have to stay 'n
Alma Lyons, ths a' plice, tried and
com. ctedd at the ..at- time as Vale'i
tina Madrid, corroborated- her in near
ly c ery particular.
Kvidence was offered to show the in
timate relation existing between the
defendant and " alentlna Madrid.
- The defense was brief anti witnesses
were offered for the purpose of prov
ing an alibi. Matt Fowler, of Silver
City, and J. S. Fielder, of Deming, rep
Court adjourned Saturday.
J. A. Lowe, of Socorro, attended
Mr. Weston, general manager of the
Snake and Opportunity mines, has been
visiting friends here.
Prof. R. T. Hare of the A. & M.
college. Park, has returned.
:-.';. I'eliev p ' ' ' ' Sierra
county, has made a number of improve
ments in his office.
Mifc Cecil Alexander has entertained
E. O. Hale, of Lake Valley, has re
GROWING- OF SILK
WORMS A FAILURE
Mulberry Leaves Fed to
Them at Chihnahna
Chihuahua, Mexico. May 16. The ex
periment made here by the state gov
ernment in trying to raise silk worms
and to see what might be done in de
veloping the silk industtr, has proved
a failure the first effort. The cause of
the failure was that the worms would
not eat the leaves of the mulberry
trees grown In the city here and wnat
they did eat caused them to sicken and
I The experiment was in charge of L.
I D. Combe, of this city, who has had
much experience In this line in Italy. He
states that the climatic and other con
ditions here were ideal for his experi
ment; that the leaves of the mulberry
trees fed to the worms had every ap
pearance of being all right and that he
can-not account for the failure of the
worms to do well on them unless there
was some deterious substance in the
soil where the trees grow. The mulberry
grows well here.
SCARLET FEVER CLOSES
SCHOOLS AT TUCUMCARI.
Territorial Board of Pharmacy Sleets.
Art Windows Selected for Meth
odist's Xevr Church.
Tucumcari, N. M.. May 16. On ac
count of the outbreak of scarlet fever,,
the public schools have been closed.
Children under the age of 15 years are
not allowed to attend church or thea
ter. All of the Sunday schools of the
city have also been closed.
The territorial board of pharmacy was
in session here, those attending being
president E. G. Murphy, of Las "Vegas;
secretary G. S. Moore, of Roswell: "W.
E. Nutting of Raton and P. Morino of
Volney C. Chaney, THllard; R. F. Go
hany, Elida; TV. Scott Payne, F-Hda; R.
H. Maxwell, Portales; Chas. P. Stone,
Taiban; TV. R. Lovelace, Ft. Sumner;
M. B. Peyton and George Shelton of
Tucumcari were examined.
The family of H. B. Jones, president
of the First National bank, has moved
from Santa Rosa to Tucumcari.
Three horse's belonging to Geo. TV.
Anderson, who lives three miles west
of Tucumcari, were shot- Two are dead
and the other is in a serious condition.
The city council passed an ordinance
prohibiting the use of adobe walls in
the erection of buildings within the fire
The building committee of the Metho
dist church of Tucumcari closed a con
tract for the windows of the new church.
All of the Sunday school windows will
be decorated with appropriate Sunday
Building permits were granted for the
erection of three business blocks on
MARKETING OF FRUIT
Farmer Institute Will Operate He
frlgerntor Car, Stocked With Vege
tables, Wet From Vte-l Rio,
Del Rio. Tex.. May 16. At a meet
of the Val Verde Farmers institute, a
committee wa appointed to confer with
the Retail Merchants' association and
arrange for the systematic marketing
of products raised at home. Onions have
been shipped into Del Rio this spring
from the lower country and several cars
of local onions are now ready to mar
ket. A movement has al?o been started
to run a refrigerator car west from Del
Rio each week, -stocked with vegetables
that are in demand in the smaller towns
along the G. H., which are obliged to
rely upon truck shipped in. It was
also arranged to stop the peddling of
unripe fruit at the G. H. depot bv Mex
icans and others.
COLONIA JUAREZ SCHOOLS
CLOSED WITH EXERCISES
Colonia Juarez, Mexico, May 16. The
commencement exercises of the schools
were attended by residents of Colonia
Morelo?. Sonora, and Pacheco. There
were 5S stake graduates from the
eighth grade at the track meet. Alonzn
Skousen won the 100 yard and 220 yard
dash. The baseball . game between the
academy team and the Dubian bovs was
von by Dubian, 10 to 5. Other atrletic
exhibitions were given. The musical was
ii. success .
FOUR FOOT ALFALFA
GROWN AT YSLETA
Eangers Transferred To
Maria Mexicans Cele
brate San Isideo Day.
Ysleta. Tex., May 16. J. W. Lowry,
one of the pioneer alfalfa growers has
brought from his ranch a bunch of al
falfa which by actual measurement Is
four feet in height. Mr. Lowry has
been growing hay here for 40 years.
The alfalfa -will be placed on exhibi
tion in the El Paso chamber of com
merce. By order of adjutant general Newton,
Capt. Bailey and his men left on the
G. H. & S. A. Saturday evening for
Marfa, where they will make headquar
ters. An effort to have them ivturn
will be made.
The Mexicans celebrated San Isidro
day Sunday. A bower of reeds and
grasses was erected at the river and
o ravers were offered all day to the
j patron saint of the farmers.
Dean Clark, bookkeeper for the Gai-ley-Clark
Contracting company, left for
Alexandria, La., -where the firm has a
Dr. and Mrs. Love, Dr. and Mts. J. C.
Schuller and J. A. Payne formed a con
genial dinner party at Valley Inn Sun
day evening. The party motored down
from El Paso in Dr. Schuller's car.
Charles Wolfe and Miss Julia Pool,
ol El Paso, dined at Valley Inn Sunday
IJISBEE BOYS USK CATS
AND DOGS FOR TARGETS
Lodging House and Tw Dwellings
Planned; Basket Ball Team Will
Receive Shield Won nt El Paso.
Bisbee, Ariz., May 16. A number of
dogs and cats have been found tied to
cactus plants In the neighborhood of
Tombstone canyon, where they were
used as targets by boys for air-guns.
The Humane society is endeavoring to
apprehend and punish the culprits.
Two men giving their names as
Frank Monroe and J. Cole were arrested
by officer Kinney for fighting and
brought before judge Hogan. Monroe
is seriously ill with a high fever.
The report that Miss Dora Tyson had
attempted to commit suicide Is contra
dicted 'by the attending physician.
A lodging house and two dwellings
of cement blocks, will be erected by
Peter Johnson, back of the Fair store.
Attorney-general TVright will deliver
the address at the high school com
mencement exercises in Bisbee, June 3.
There wli be 12 graduates. A week
will be allowed for the exercises.
Robert Franz, a miner, is till with
pneumonia at the Calumet & Arizona
The Young Women's Bibie club held a
meeting at the Y. W. C. A. rooms. The
subject was "The Attributes of God."
The shield won at the El Paso tourna
ment will be presented to the basket
ball team by the members of the high
school athletic association at the stag
party to be held Tuesday evening.
Miss Winifred Uren and Matthew
Gregg were married at South Bisbee bv
Rev. Mr. Meurer. The wedding cere
mony was followed by a reception and
Count j- superintendent Stover and
Prof. Phllbrook went to Douglas to at
tend the high school commencement
J. B. Brajevich has gone to Albu
querque. N. M., on account of the serious
illness of his uncle.
George Dunn Is collecting a force of
miners to develop his mines In the Ajo
Superintendent John S. Williams, jr.,
of the Nacozari properties of the
Phelps-Dodge company, has bean in
Bisbee, visiting his father.
ALPIXE ORGANIZES FOR
SUNDAY CLOSING PERIOD.
Committee Will Confer with. Council.
Hiffh School Commencement Exer
cises In Progress One Graduate.
Alpine, Tex., May 3 6. At a mass
meeting Sunday afternoon at the Meth
odist church a committee was appoint
ed to carry further a resolution that
all pool, billiard and bowling rooms,
meat markets, the ice factory, fruit
stands, and whre merchandise is sold,
be closed on Sunday. Drug stores will
be permitted to fill any precscription.
TV. O. Smith. H. C. Phillips and TV. A.
Weakley comprise the committee, and
they will ask the city council to take
H. C. Phillips has returned from Mar
athon, where he is attending to busi
ness connected with the Marathon Lum
ber company, a branch of, the Alpine
Lumber company, of which Mr. Phillips
TV. M. Winkler, one of the carpenters
on the new dormitory, is visiting at Van
Horn, his old home.
G. TV. Martin, manager of the Alpine
Mercantile company, of Alpine, has re
turned from Del Rio. Mrs. Martin, who
has been quite sick .there, he states is
The commencement sermon of the Al
pine High school was delivered Sunday
mornlng at the Methodist church bv
Rev. J. C. Francis, pastor of the Chris
tian church at this place. There is but
one graduate this year, Miss Edith
Shields, but Misses Sadie Crawford, An
na D. Linn, Addle Ferguson, Bessie
Daugherty, Eugenia Hector and Tcia
Sumner, and Will Winder, Hooley Mc
Spadden. Jessie Kenney. Lawrence Ca
ruthers and Wallace Hector will receive
certificate". The dramatic club will give
an entertainment Monday night.
NEW MINING COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN SONORA'
oionia jJuoian. .Mexico, May 16. O.
P. Brown, from Sonora. saye that L. E.
Booker, and M. B. Parker have organ
ized a new mining company, to be
known as the Nuevo Tigre Mining com
pany, composed of the Oregon. the Car
min. Juanita and the Cristo de Plata
mining claims, all in the El Tigre dis
wltAILROD COXTRArTflR xvtt t
BiTILD PEARSON RESERVOIR I
Colonia Dubian. Mexico, May 16 (
Amnion Tenney jr., who finished his ,
rauroau contract. and Philip Hurst
have taken a contract to finish the res
ervoir for floating logs for the new
sawmill 'icinj.' built at the new town of
Pearson. Several houses have been built
there and are now occupied.
The lyearold daughter of professor
and Mrs. Ella Cardon. Is sick.
Keep The Complexion Beautiful
(In Green Boxes Only)
Produces a soft, velvety
appearance so much ad
mired, and remains until
washed off. Purified bv
a new process. Will not
clog the pores. Harmless
as water. Prevents return
of discolorations. White,
Flesh, Pink, Brunette.
Bv Leadine Toilet Counrw
j Or Mail. Price 50 cents.
MONEY &ACK if Not Entirely Pleased.
Prepared hi NATIONAL TOILET CO., PA21S. TE
' S UK.? I
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
Beli Phones 823, 844.
THE BUSIEST PLAGE IK EL PASO, AND WHY?
Because we sell you the best and freshest groceries and
at lower prices than you can get them anywhere in El
Paso. The Only Strictly Cash Grocery in Ei Paso.
California Strawberries. 3 boxes for. . ., 25c
Fresh California Cherries, extianne, per lb. . -a 25c
Pine fresh Apricots, per lb i -12 l-2c
8 lbs. best new Potatoes for .25c
Large juicy Oranges per dozen -. .25c, 30c, 40c
Valley Asparagus, extra fine, 4 bunches for. . .. . ..25c
Pine Cucumbers, each t 5c
Fresh Okra, per lb ,. . -20c
"White silver skin onions, 3 lbs. for r 25c
Valley Peas (sweet and tender) 3 lbs. for T 25c
California Head Lettuce, very best, 2 for .. 15c
Large vellow Dry Onions, 6 lbs. for 25c
3 lbs. Butter (Blue Ribbon) strictly the best, for.. $1.00
Strictly fresh Kansas Eggs, per dozen 25c
Mountain Park Eggs (never over 4 days old) dozen 40c
Best qualitv full Cream Cheese, per lb 20c
Globe Flour (48 lb. sack) only ,. . .$L75
Cream of Wheat Flour (48 lb. sack) only .. . .$1.75
Globe or Cream of "Wheat 'Flour, 24 lb. sack, only. .90c
TVhole Wheat or Graham Flour, 12 lb. sack. 60c
4 lbs. best Bulk Starch for -. ." .. 25c
4 large rolls Toilet Paper for -. .25c
5 gallons best Gasoline for - -. .-. . .85c
Large fat Mackerel, only each 10c
The best quality only, Bulls: Teas, any Mndyper lb.. 60c
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
LEADERS IN LOWER PRICES
Deliveries Prompt. Cor. Kansas and Boulevard
HAY BALING CREW WORKING
NIGHTS TO FILL CONTRACTS
Abstract Company Elects Officers at
Solomonvillej Addition Made to
Residence; News Notes.
Solomonvilh?. Ariz., May 16. The
large new hay baler of Clark & Griz
zard at work at the Big ranch, has
put on an extra night crew to finish all
work contracted for within the time
Ph. Freudenthal entertaSned for
Mrs. Jennie Solomon, of San Francisco,
The new officers for the Graham
county Abstract company are K. TV
Sloan, president; W. E. Clark, secre
tary, and Pedro Michelena. manager.
King Ruse has broken jail at Globe,
Ariz., where he was held on an indict
ment charging horse stealing.
Joaquin FIguerva, the contractor and
carpenter, is building an addition to the
residence of Ph. Freudenthal.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Robblns and two
smail sons left for Brighton, Mich.,
where they will visit with Mr. Robbins's
Rev. M. Wunderlich, the Catholic
priest, was here.
EXPECT GUSHER AT BARSTOW.
Barstow, Texas, May 16. The deep
well drilled in the Biggs settlement is
being reamed out preparatory for a
test and as indications of oil have been f
struck the developments are being j
watched with much interest by those in- I
that widens into a
habit. No need for '- us
to put praise into the
is in your mouth.
It needs no "puff"
but the puff of
.-...' -irie. -
In every case
in town and
I The Clabfcouse is baaded
Auto Phone 1691
NOGALES WATER COMPANY
REELECTS OLD DIRECTORS
Mexican Watermelons and Tomatoes
Passing Througi Port Dsily for
Markets In the United States.
Nogales, Ariz., May 16. At a meet
ing of the Nogales Water company, the
beard of directors was reelected, as fol
lows: Li. Ephariam, L. Lully, Theodora
Gibler, H. TV. Kelsey and Y. Bonilla'S.
,The fhipraent of watermelons from
Mexico to California has ' commenced.
New passenger coaches nave gone
through Nogales to be used on the
Mexican S. P. lines.
Rudolfo Vasquez. ofg Los Angeles,
passed through here en route to So
nora on mining business.
Cars of tomatoes pass through No
gales each day from the Yaqui river
country for eastern points.
"It cured me," or "It saved the life of
my child," are the expressions you hear
every day about Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This i3
true the world over where this valuable
remedy has been introduced. No other
medicine in use for diarrhoea or bowel
complaints has received such general
approval. The secret of the success o
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy Is that it cures. Sold by
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