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GEERAL AND PERSONAL NEWS.
TularoEa, X. M., May 17. Former gov
ernor Curry is seriously ill
Frank Curry is in El Paso.
Miss Bloise Carroll, of Mescalero, is
visiting Miss Marrlgute Prude.
E. H. Simmons has sold his residence
to Mr. Netherland of Hope, and will
leave for Kansas City.
Howard Hill and Frank Allen have
gone to Bent where they will instal the
counters and shelves in the new store
Elmo Haynes, of Alamogordo, is visit
ing his brother, Carl Haynes.
WEDDING AT SIERRA BLAACA;
PERSONAL. AND GENERAL. NEWS.
Sierra BlaWca, Tex., May 17. Sam
Queen and Miss Etta Evett were mar
ried at the home of X, H. Sumner. The
groom owns a large ranch north of Sier
ra Blanca. The bride Is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Evett of this place.
Rev- TL I. Carter of PecQs performed
the ceremony- E. G. Queen, of Denver,
attended the wedding.
T. TV. Lanier and wife of El Paso,
have been here.
Jack? Blount has returned from Abi
lene, where he has been attending
Mrs. Bettie Brown has returned from
a visit with her parents on the ranch.
CONCERT WILL BE.
FBOM SEVEN TO NINE
The concert by the municipal band is
changed from 8 to 10 oclock to 7 to 9
for Tuesday evening at Cleveland
Square. Following is the program:
1. March, "San Francisco"
2. Overture, "Comedy" - Keler-Bela
(A very popular overture, bright
3. -"Waltzes "Artist's Life" -....Strauss
4. Grand selection from the opera
(In this opera Richard Wagner's
influence on Verdi is already very
noticeable. The music Is grand
5. Polonaise "xtoyal Degree" Swift
6. Overture, "Masaniello" Auber
7. Intermezzo "In the Garden" Brooke
8. Spanish serenade "L.a Poloma"
John B. Kindig, Conductor.
Sawmill Employe Loses an
Eye Dog Causes Stam
pede General News.
Bisbee, Ariz., May 17. Struck by a
piece of lumber in the face while work
ing at the Hoatson mine sawmill, Frank
Brocklebank sustained a broken nose
and ha dhls right eye torn out. He was
taken to the Calumet & Arizona hos
"Followed bv two cowbovs who were
' fa-vine: to lasso the brute, a cow jumped
J into the middle of a party enjoying a
Hunch at the loot or a tree over me di
vide. Li. Zanter was knocked to the
ground and his head injured.
While trying to avoid a street car I,.
Porter was thrown frdm his rig. He
sustained internal injuries.
A fire broke out in Brewery gluch
but was soon under control.
A large dog, believed to be mad,
caused a stampede in the most crowded
section of O. K. street. L.. Tamper in
rlosing the heavy door of a rooming
house caught his hand and had two fin
gers badly injured.
Frank Latour has come to Bisbee to
take his son Liouis, who lias worked in
the mines here, back to Missouri.
T. Grievoka, a 12yearold Servian girl
has come to Bisbee to stay with her
uncle. She traveled -alone from New
According to a report issued by E. H.
Stover, county schol superintendent
there are four high school In Cochise
county. The others are only grade
The Bisbee Auto Suppply company
has opened a shopmen Main street for
repair work. Machinery has been in
stalled in the shop which will be con
ducted in connection with the Bowen &
The New York Strollers Concert com
pany has been engaged by the Y. M C
.V. to give a series of concerts in Bis
bee. The grand jury of Cochise county has
been dismissed. The jury visited the
county jail and recommendations were
made to enlarge it.
A reception was tendered to the mem
bers of. the Round Dozen club at War
ren. The board of directors of the Y. M.C.
A. were entertained by Misses Jones and
United States attorney J. E. Morrison
has returred to Bisbee after an ex
tended trip through New Mexico ,and
Mrs. Lu A. Hughes has left Bisbee for
England where she will visit with
CLOSING EXERCISES OF
'SAN JACINTO SCHOOL.
Indicate skin sickness. Sometimes It's
a little colony of germs that are feast
ing on your skin. Sometimes it Is the
symptom of a much more serious skin
trouble to come. In any event if you
value your looks, comfort or future
health, you should get rid of the trou
ble at once. Don't risk Eczema, Ery
sipelas, Ringworm and other serious
skin diseases by letting any Indica
tion of skin sickness run on untreated,
when Liittell's Liquid Sulphur Com
pound stops itching instantly and per
manently relieves any and all forms of
skin disease, no matter what it may be.
Sample bottle sent postpaid to any ad
dress for 10c Rhuma-Sulphur Co., St
Louis. Mo. 3
Children Entertain Their Parents and
Friends on the School Grounds
After the Sun Has ScU
In the shadow of the big grammar
school building Monday afternoon the
students of the San Jacinto school gave
their closing exercises of the year be
fore a crowd of patrons and friends of
the school which utilized every avail
able seat in the Improvised outdoor am
phitheater and filled the entire school
grounds with, those who were unable to
find seats. The closing program was
given on a raised stage which had been
built 'In the center of the playground
with the graduating class grouped on
raised seats in the back.
The exercises were given after the
sun had set in order that the guests
might be comfortable and the program
lasted until almost 7 oclock. They con
sisted of recitations, songs, and dances
by the pupils of the San Jacinto school
under the direction of Miss Mamie Sex
ton, principal, and the corps of teachers
assisted by the instructors in the kin
dergarten and music departments .of the
city schools. The exercises closed with
a May pole dance In which all of the
graduating class of the school participated.
msr business man of Nogales is in the
city on business.
Ben Sneed and inspector J. M. Young
of Douglas, are here.
Mrs. W. A. Worley is in Nogales from
Culiacan, Mexico, en route to El Paso to
W. W. Carney has returned from.
business trip to Phoenix.
Father Qultean, of Prescott, is here.
Nogales is beginning to experience
something of the heated term.
A small fire occurred between the
Lyric theater and Los Dos Naclons Ci
gar factory, but it was quickly extinguished.-
ENLARGE DLAMETER OF
WELL. AT VALENTINE
NOGALES BUSINESS FIRM
PLANS TWO STORY BUILDING
J Colorado Cattleman Crosses 2000 Head
of Cattle From 7.IexIco; Minini
Company Instals Mill.
Nogales Ariz., May 17. Cumming &
Mclntyre have leased the property
owned by J. Iv. Nolan, which forms the
apex1 of the wedge, for a period of 25
years and will commence the erection of
a two story business building when
Ramon Vasquez begins to rebuild where
his place was destroyed by fire.
E. E. Sherlock is in Nogales from
Denver attending to crossing of 2000
head of cattle from the Mexican ranges.
W. J. Cranz, of Guaymas, is in No
gales. Mrs. Myra Seymour, owner of the
Torres & rietasN railroad, came up
from Torres en route to the California
Mis-s Laura Legg, of Nebraska, will
lecture in Nogales on equal suffrage
and woman's rights.
Rodolfo Vasquez is in Nogales from
Los Angeles on his way to the Altar
district in Sonora on mining business.
Mrs. Jseill Bailey, wife of N. E. ftiiley
of Guaymas, went through Nogales en
route to her former home, Savannah,
Ga., for a visit-
J. Pascholey of Los Angeles, has re
Mrs. Ada H. Martin, of Las Angeles,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. J.
Rev. A. J. Benedict occupied the pu
pit at the Trinity Congregational
H. M. Claggett has returned from
Mocorito, Mexico, where he supervised
the enlarging of a stamp mill for Roy
& Tiieomb Inc.
Dr. W. N. Sevey, of Joplin, Mo., a for-
Heavy Flow of Wnter Makes Improve
ment Necessary: Mining: ?Ien Go
to Mexico'; General News,
Valentine, Tex., Mai- 17. The Valen
tine Development company has let a
contract to W. L. Case to run out the
well on the experimental farm and
make the hole 10 Inches in diameter.
Having struck a. heavy flow of water,
the six inch hole was not large enough.
Part of the drilling machinery has al
ready arrived and the balance, includ
ing the engine and pump, will arrive
Mips Fay Baskin, of Houston, Is
here to spend the summer with Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Gravenburg.
W. E. Bell and W. A. Foley have gone
to the Henry Mayfiel'd ranch on busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chambers are
in for supplies for the Jackson and
J. D. Soper, of El Paso, is a guest
at the home of Mrs. Lou Foley.
Professor D. A. Grimes has returned
to Grovetan, Tex.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Cass, who is ill, is improving.
Thomas Dean has returned to Al
pine. J. R. Reeder, a traveling pho
tographer, has located at Valentine.
Operator J. N. Hanna has gone to
Charles Cassidy has gone to, Ocampo,
Mexico, to look after extensive mining
interests. He is accompanied by Van
Swparingen, of El Paso.
D. A. Smith, while wrestling with.
Henry Higgins was thrown and upon
being removed to his home lapsed into
unconsciousness. He is now recovering-
W. Beall and Edwin Finley have gone
to the Bybee ranch to receive a bunch
of cattle purchased by C. O. Finley.
W. L. Cass has purchased a bunch
of horses from W. T. Jones.
Juan Carrasco, who works for the
Valentine Mercantile company, is build
ing an adobe cottage near the jail.
Mrs. Lon Foley Is having her store
W. H. Cleveland and S. B- Tullous
have shipped in 1300 steers from Mex
ico and will graze them on the Holland
Th soda fountain for the neWurug
store has arrived and will be in
stalled. As a result of the recent rains Val
entine valley has commenced to look
like a lawn. All stockmen( report .cat
tle doing fine.
R. N. Everett Is in El Paso county
looking for a ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gooch and little
daughter, from Holland's valley, are
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Miss Ophie Parker, who has been vis
iting her mother, who Is here from Ma
rathon, has returned to the Dan Knight
ranch, where she will resume her school'
Miss Laura Cass is visiting at the
ranch home of T. W. Snj-der.
Mrs. Mary Beall is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Jones in Fort Davis.
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ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS
Dance at Big: Springs Draws Crowd from
Neighboring; Towns General
Colorado, Texas, May 17. Ttobt. M.
Webb and wife left for Washington,
D. C, where they will attend the Na
tional Sunday school convention. They
will visit at their old home in New
York city before returning home.
Dr. P. C. Coleman and Dr. W. J. Phe
nix and wife attended the State Medi
cal association at Dallas.
Rev. A. C. Garrett, bishop of the dio
cese of north Texas, held services at
All Saints church.
i Mrs. O. Daniel and daughter, Udonia,
left for an extended visit at Lockhart
and other points.
Judge R. H. Lorney and daughter,
Miss Isla Bess, and J. C. Brudi, attend
ed the bankers convention at El Paso.
Miss Noelis Mills visited In Abilene.
Royal Smith and G. B. Harness are In
Rev. Holmes Nichols, pastor of the
Baptist church, was given a trip by his
congregation to Washington, D. C, New
York city ana other points.
William Elivrood and daughter, Jean,
of Ellwood, 111., are looking after their
extensive ranch interests in Mitchell,
Iowa, and west Texas.
Misses Lucile Stoneroad, Mary Coe,
Ophfelia Arnett, Ethel Majors and Mrs.
T. W. Stoneroad and Floyd Beall, of
Pecos, Texas, Charlie Thomas, W. D.
Butler, attended the ball and banquet
at Big Springs, Texas.
Mrs. C. L. Harness is visiting Dr. Wil
lis R. Smith and family at El Paso.
Prof. Thomas Dawes, director of the
choral club, has gone to London, -England
to spend his summer vacation?
Mrs. Fred McKinzie and Hazel are
visiting on the ranch.
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From Waco to Ft. AVortb.
Alpine, Texas, May 17. J. A. Ander
son has returned from the Jeff Davis
country where he has been lokingf at
Alpine people appreciate the writeup
of the Collins Wireless telephone in the
Saturday El Paso Herald. A representa
tive of the company was in Alpine about
a month ago and stated that the company
would build in Alpine and several local
citizens bought stock in the company.
The representative when here said the
c'ompany intended toput up a tower In
El Paso and the man who is in El Paso
now is not the same man and he says
that they will put up one there.
Col. Rufus J. Lackland, representing
the Brownlee Townsite company, of
Prownlee, Texas, has been here selling
Alpine citizens are slad to hear that
the Texas Christian University, which
burned at Waco, will be moved to Ft.
Mrs. H. W. Townsend is improving.
C. W. Livingston, of the Livingston
Undertaking company, of Marfa and
manager of their branch office at Al
pine, is here on business.
S. R. Gilthrie reports good rains at
his ranch southeast of Alpine.
Cecil Caldwell, who came from Can
ada for his health, expects to return to
Canada, where he has . a homestead
which he will prove up.
The little son of Dr. and Mrs. V. M.
Bass Is very sick with pneumonia.
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Young Man Tries to End His
Life Because Girl Did
' Nofc Care.
"Life as miserable as mine, why
should I wish to live if I cannot ob
tain what my soul desires, what I
adore with the fire of my soul and a
heart that truly loves you.
Because he was enamored of a Mex
ican girl whose name is said to be
Belen Mesa, William J. Brockway, 23
years of age, wrote this note and then
attempted to end his life by shooting'
himself at his home, 216 South Camp
bell street a few minutes before &
oclock Monday afternoon. There was
no address on the note, which was
written in Spanish on a single sheet
of paper in lead pencil.
Complaining that he was not feeling
well, he told Rosa Torres, an elderly
Mexican woman, that he would sleep
for awhile, went into his room and in
a moment the woman heard a shot
She rushed into the room and found
the man with a pistol pressed to his
breast close above his heart.
She called, "What are yon doing?
Tou will kill yourself." Then, wiMij
rare present of mind, the woman
grasped the pistol and tore it away
from him betore he cald fire a sec
ond shot. However, he had already
fired one bullet from the 38 calibt-r
gun, which had entered his left breast
above the heart and had lorged In his
Immediately Dr. F. S. Cary was sum
moned and took the man to the coun
ty hospital, where it is believed he
The bullet was extracted from the
Brockway is but 23 years of age
and until last Thursday had been em
ployed as fireman at the St. Regis ho
tel," but a misunderstanding with the
manager caused him to leave "his work,
said h!s sister, Sadie 3rockway, who
iat employed at the county clinic She
also said that he had been in hard luck
ever since he came to El Paso last
July and had experienced considerable
difficulty in securing work.
His father, William Brockway, lives
at Callo -Privado y Marte, 20, Mexico
City, where his mother Is visiting and
where he also has a brother and sis
ter. At the present time his only
relative in El Paso is the sister with
whom he lived here.
Brockway was enamored 'of the irl. !
wno Jul not return ms auecuuus d.nu
even last summer shortly after he
came to El Paso, he Is said to have
threatened to jump Into the lake at
"Washington Park: and end It all b-
cause she was Indifferent to his Attentions.
Denver Votes ea PrekiMtiea.
Denver, Colo., May 17. The prohibi
tion question is being voted upon, today;
also a municipal ownership of water
If you are not satlsfiea after using1
according to directions two-thirds of a
bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, you can have your mon
ey back. The tablets cleanse and In
vigorate the stomach, improve the di
gestion, regulate the bowels. Give them
a trial and get well. Sold by all dealers.
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Mother's Friend is a liniment for external massage, -which by lubricating and
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