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Xj 3RA.S0 HERAIJD Monday, May 23, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest 3-
News Of the Great Southwest
GOOD SHOWING- BY
i Beckons You to
I Prosperity I
EVERY MAN WITH THE NORMAL
AMOUNT OF RED BLOOD CORPUSCLES
RECEIVES THE CALL AT THIS SEASON
OF THE YEAR AT LEAST.
Unfolding nature stimulates a longing to
own a piece of ground, to have a place you, can
call YOUR HOME.
BEGIN RIGHT NOW
to pay on a HOME so that you can satisfy this
longing before another summer rolls around.
Within 3D days 1000 men will be working on
the Great Elephant Butte Dam.
Within three years that great Dam will be
irrigating all this ralley.
Within three years El Paso will double in
population and" lots that are today selling for
$150 will sell readily for $500.
bU JCJUiMLn i ntiiii
Is the natural Home addition to El Paso.
Manv men are seeing the advisability of invit
ing there and building beautiful homes.
FOUR HOUSES BUEN
Metealf Woman Mistakes a
Kerosene Can and Is Also
Metcalf, Ariz.. May 23. Fire, caused
by an explosion of gasoline In the home
of Mateo Augulrre destroyed his home
and three surrounding residences.
The explosion was cause'd-.by Mrs.
Auguirre mistaking gasoline for kero
sene. She was making a fire in the
cook stove when the gasoline .flashing
up quickly Ignited her clothing and
burned her severely. Mr. Auguirre
while tearing the flaming clothing from
"his wife was badly burned about the
arms and hands.
Dr. Tebbetts had Mrs. Auguirre re
moved to Shannon, where she received
medical attention. She will recover.
FIVE GRADUTJATES FROM
THE SCHOOL OF MIXES
Exercises Are Held nt Socorro In tie
Opera Hoae Interesting Program
Socorro, X. M-, May 23. The gradu
ating exercises for the New Mexico
School of Mines took place in the Gar
cia opera house, appropriately decor
ated for the occasion, and a large and
interested audience was present. 4
The five graduates are as follows:
James H. Batchelder, Exeter, New
Hampshire; T. H. Bentley, of Silver
City, N. M.; and W- P. Goodwin, of
Covington, Ky., who also received the
graduate mining engineer degree; G
C. Baer, of Hillsdale, Mich., degree of
BJ-chelor of Science in Mining Engi
neering, and E. M. Hobart, of Silver
City, the same degree with the addi
tional degree of Bachelor of Science and
Metallurgical Engineering. .
Isoyj vrill "be Boys
and are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds.
Don't neglect such things they may
result serious if you do. Apply Ballard's j
Snow Liniment acording to directions
right away and it will relieve the pain
and heal the trouble. Price 25c. 50c
and 1.00. Sold by all druggists.
Our 9th year in
Now Is The Time
To buy a few lots in this pretty home sec
tion, where there is electric street car service,
city water and other city conveniences.
LOTS $10 DOWN; $5 A MONTH.
No mortgage. No taxes. No interest.
LATTA & HAPPER
I AUSTIN & MAfUl 52 1
5Kr' 7fe2r IHZ-WXJ
GRAND JURY ENDS
Returned 56 True Bills A
Woman Sues El Paso
Husband for Divorce.
Tombstone, Ariz., May 23. The grand
jury, which was in session ten days,
considered a total of 74 cases, of which
56 were true bills.
At the opening of the district court
there were on the docket 74 divorce
cases set for trial. The total number
of cases to be tried in the civil court
of this district total 931.
The territorial trial jury reported for
active duty Monday morning.
Mrs. Mae Joyce of Tombstone has en
tered suit in the district court against
her husband, Edward A. Joyce, residing
in El Paso.
LODGE OF WOODMEN'S CIRCLE
FORMED AT VAX HORN J
Van Horn, Texas, May 23. A Wood
men circle was organized here Satur
day by W. E. McNabb, with 17 mem
bers. The name selected is Harmony
Grove. The following officers were
Guardian Mrs. L. J. Hall.
Adviser Mrs. Vada Millican.
Clerk Miss Kate Cox.
Banker Miss Ivy Beach.
Attendant Mrs. Pink' Blythe.
Chap'lain Mrs. Jennie E: Breeding.
Inner Sentinel Miss Lillian Hall.
Outer Sentinel M. A. Clayton.
Managers B. C. Breeding,
Blythe and Mrs. Minnie Wylie.
Physician Dr. C R. McGee.
TO IRRIGATE A LARGE
TRACT OF LAND NEAR PECOS
Pecos, Texas, May 23. A syndicate of
local men, who recently purchased a
large tract of land 10 miles south of
Pecos has a force of men at work clear
ing and breaking several hundred acres,
which will be put into crop immediately.
Tests have proved that this section is
underlaid with a sufficient supply of
shallow water to warrant the instala
tion of pumping plants to furnish water
for irrigation purposes.
Say, Daddy, why are Cast Alumi
num Plates better than rubber?
Because, Portunatus, they fit per
fectly, do not hurt the soft tissues,
easily kept clean, are light and when
you eat you can taste with them, and
100 more reasons.
Dr. H. A. McLgrtider
WORK FOR NEGROES
Drive Off Cattle of the Mor
mon Colonists Build-,
Colonia Pacheco, Mexico, May 23.
That there is a band of renegades still
holding- forth in the mountain fastnesses
of Sonora, ds evinced by. many signs
found bv S. H. Johnson " and hunting
party, who have just returned from a
successful hunting trip on the Sonora
side of the Sierras. ,
The hunter of this expedition "was D.
Taylor, a prominent business man of
Harden, Oh'o. While traveling over tle
range they found a fresh trail which
they followed closely for several days,
finding a number of the indian camps.
They had two horses and some mules.
"While trailing up the fleeing- party,
the pursuers found a favorite saddle
horse of bishop John Whetten, of
Pacheco, which had been taken, with
others from the Blue mountains some
months previous. This horse was so
tender footed, he had evidently been
left by the thieves because he could not
travel fast enough and they hoped to
return later and regain him.
They also found where the outfit had
been making buckskin and cooking
On the top of a high, rough mountain,
where cattle never range except when
driven, was the head of a beef they had
Crops are looking fairly well in
Pacheco, and there will be an abundant
crop of plums and apples. The lands
are nearly all in, and the rains will be
a welcome element if they are not de
layed .too long to save the large acreage
Work on the whisky still at Cave
Valley is being pushed. The eaw mill,
which is up one story, as In operation
and is sawing lumber to complete its
own structure and the construction ot
neighboring) buildings. Quite a num
ber of Pacheco men are at work there.
DUBL.V3.' WOMAN" HETL'KXS
FROM EL PASO QUITE ILL
Colonia Dublan, Mexico, May 23.
Mrs. Mary Farnsworth, of Colonia Gar- j
Ia, is here visiting relatives and
friends. Mrs. Mae Farnsworth Fyans
came in from El Paso to visit with her
aunt while she was here. Mrs. Fyans
is not well and has been in El Paso for
the last seven weeks under a doctor's i
care. He recommends an entire change
of surroundings, and she may go up to
Colonia Garcia for the invigorating pine
air for a few weeks.
Mrs. Jennie Butler expects to go to
Salt Lake with the June conference peo
ple. jHer sons are. in Utah and she will
go and keep house for them. A recep
tion was tendered her at the home ot
Mrs. Myrtle Payne Tenney.
Mr. Taylor, of Nueva Casas Grandes,
is taking a hunting party Into the moun
tains. Friday and Saturday evenings, the
Young Women's association will pre
sent the drama ''Rebecca's Triumph."
Jesse N. Smith, jr., is making a trip
to Arizona to see his mother.
Benjamin Echols is very ill. It is
probable .that he will be taken to El
Paso and placed in a hospital.
BISHOP JOHXSOX, OF COLOXTA
DIAZ, OX A LAXD DEAL
Colonia Diaz, May 23. Bishop John- j
son has just returned from Salt Dake
City, and Del Rio, where he has been
for the last two months on a land deal.
The atmosphere was co'oled somewhat
by a recent sprinkle of rain.
J. B. Jackson, who has been, suffer
ing from cancer over the eye, for sev
eral years, is much worse. He can not
rest night nor day. It is very serious.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Whiting's little
baby has been very sick for several
weeks and is no better. It is believed
the little one is suffering from heart
The general health of the people here
is much improved.
A party of about 20 men and women
left town this morning for a four week's
outing in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs.
A. Li. Pierce, of Cludad Juarez, are
among the party.
The young people from here who have
been attending school at Colonia Juarez
have just returned home and report a
profitable year. Principal C. R
Fillerup, who was also returning home
with them, met with an accident. He
was standing on the wheel of the
wagon, reaching for a bucket of watr
when the team started, throwing him
in the river. Nothing more serious
happened than that the principal got an
' ! ..,l.- Vtn.V.
C some of the natives were very muc
excited over the comet.
ATJTO MAIL ROUTE FROM
ALPINE TO FORT STOCKTON
Business Men of Both Cities Unite in
Effort for Long Distance Mail
Fort Stockton, Texas, May 23 A dele
gation of more than 20 of the most in
fluential men of Alpine including S. A.
Starr, mayor; A. B. Turney, representa
tive; W. Van Sickle, Wj F. McGaughey,
R. B. Slight, Jim Wilson, W. J. Tates,
editor Alpine Avalanche; J. L. Craw
ford, president Business Men's club,
formed an auto train into Fort Stock
Ion and within a short time made a call
on the commercial club of this place for J
ine purpose ui securing an a.uio ma.n
line froni Fort Stockton to Aipine.
The joint clubs secured the coopera
tion of postmaster Fowler of this place
in securing the line, besides the cooper
ation of the business men and citizens
of this town and vicinity iln securing
another postoffice besides the already
established office of Tessie, and the Al
pine delegation pledge themselves to
use alf efforts to secure another office
In Brewster county.
It not only impairs the fla
vor of your desserts, but it
harms your digeition as well
Burnett's Vanilla is not
only absolutely pure and
healthful, but it gives a rare,
rich, delicious flavor that is
decidedly different from any
other extract. It costs no
more than the ordinary vanilla.
Insist upoD your grocer send
I5 - 1 !!
Mnancial Statement Strong.
Tombstone, Ariz., May 2J. ;The par
tially completed report of county audi
tor Charles Purdon of Cochise county
shows that on December 31, 1909, the
county had on hand a cash balance of
421,129.88, with an additional asset of
$134,201.22 back taxes uncollected.
The auditor believes that at least $25,
OOp of this latter amount will be col
lected. Against the $421,129.88 cash bal
ance there were liabilities of $95,576.48
unpresented and registered county war
rants, and school bonds to the amount
of $243,500.00. Cochise county could
therefore have liquidated every obliga
tion, current and bonded, and had there
fore cash surplus remaining of $82,
053.40. Deputy sheriff Alvin W. Howe is sum
moning witnesses in the Kuykeudall
murder case, which is set for trial this
Clerk Hs E. Berner of the board of
supervisors is in the Huachucas moun
tains. There are 59 prisoner's in the Cochise
Ed Carlyon died alt the Cochise county
hospital, having been a sufferer from
Bright's disease. He was a well known
mining man, having been in the west
for many years. He was 54 years of age.
Marriage licenses have been granted
Joseph Crowley of Douglas and Blanche
Glordon of El Paso, Texas; Groillermo
Malcolm Walsh and Ernestine Alnsa,
both of Bisbee; C. Tribert and Mrs. Nan
nie Hunt, both of Bisbee; Aniceto Mar
tinez and Dolores Saliz, both of South
Arizona chapter No. 1 of the American
Woman's league has perfected an or
ganization in Tombstone and will erect
a chapter house! The local league has
Judge W. H. Stillwell, the first judge
of the district court of Cochise county,
has gone to his home In Phoenix.
Ed Ormand has gone to El Paso,
where he expects to locate. """
Probate Judge Goodbody has returned
from a business trip to Bisbee.
County fair commissioner Oscar K.
Goll Is issuing circular letters for pub
lication in the interests of the Cochise
county exhibit at the annual fair in
Phoenix in November.
Judge Fletcher M. Doan has return-
ed from Phoenix, where he attended the
session of the supreme court.
COCHISE COUNTY FARMERS
TO ATTEND DRY FARM MEET.
Second Dividend of Snsncndeil Iilsliee
I E.I Ilk: "Will Tie- Pnftl .Inno 1 Yin
Bisbee, Ariz., May 23. Preparations
are being made for a large number of
farmers in this county to attend the
National Dry Farming congress. E. P.
Grindle, secretary of the Douglas
chamber of commerce, has been ap
pointed member of the executive com
mittee of the congress.
Receiver J. M. O'Connell of the First
National bank has announced that the
second dividend will not be paid before
June 2, on account of the delay In re
ceiving legal papery rroti Y...;ngtcn.
D. C. The sum to be paid to the credit
ors Is $23,000.
Mrs. J. H. Campbell, who his been ab
sent ti-om Bisbee sin':e I.r husi.'.ind's
death over a year ago has returned here
Owing to 111 health, Mrs. Yeager has
gone to California with her son.
Cashier Lavigne of the Cananea, Rio
Yaqul & Pacific bank was in Bisbee on
Victor Johnson had his skull frac
tured by a fall of rock while at work
in the Cole mine of the Superior &
Foreman Harris of the Spray shafrj
nau nis leg injured while at work.
Stepping from a street car which was
running at full speed Fred Meyers felL
and sustained severe injuries about the
head and face.
A man who gave his name as Mike
Sheak was arrested and sentenced to
60 days imprisonment on the charerev of
carrying concealed weapons.
The porch of the house occupied by
Martin Gilbert, up Brewery Gulch, col
lapsed cutting off any means of exit.
Some miners who had to report for
work were obliged to jump from a win
dow. The family of W. M. Forstnn was dis
turbed in the dead of the night by
strange rumors in the kitclfen. An In
vestigation showed that Robert Sim
men had entered the place to sleep.
A subscription of about $200 was
raised to help Mrs. T. L.'HorIan, whose
husband cannot be located. She has
left for Fort Worth, Texas, her former
According to a statement of county
officials, the insanity cases in Cochise
county showa marked decrease in the
jast iew montns as compared with the
same period in the preceding vears.
C. H. Hawley was arrested on the
'charge of vagrancy.
HAY AXD CATTLE SHIPMENTS.
Arizona nnd Eastern Railway Pushed lo
Furnish Cars Safford Schools
Have X;neteen Graduates.
Solomonville, Ariz., llaj' 23. Between
the shipping of cattle and the loading
of new hay, it is a hard matter for the
Arizona and Eastern railway to keep
cars enough In the yard to answer the
Mrs. Xellie O. Todd is very in Los
Angeles, Cal. Her father, T. O'Brien
and her brother, Matheo O'Brien, has
been summoned by telegram.
The Safford public school had nineteen
graduates from the grammar school,
Xorine and Lilian Monroe, of Doufrlas
are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Mlt Simms.
when water was turned into the
large cement siphon below Pima, it
broke. The ditch will carry water but
the damage of the siphon delays the
putting into cultivation a large scope
Jim Polley was reappointed water
master for the San Jose Ditch companj.
TO BREAK LAXD NEAR
PECOS WITH STEAM PLOW
Pecos, Texas, May 23. Prof. "W. C.
"Welbom, formerly of the A. & M. col
lege, but now manager of a large farm
15 miles south from Pecos City,yhas re
ceived an engine and plow to use -in
breaking the soil on his holdings, prep
aratory to seeding the crop. The 24
horse power traction engine in a test
shows its abilitly to draw the plow
through the average mesquite brush
in this section. This eliminates' the ne
cessity of grubbing prior to plowing,
and professor "welborn is of the opinion
tlint for th results shown in tho nndi-i.
'tion of this machinery, that it will be-
come generally popular in the breaking
of new land.
4. ADDITIONAL SOUTHWEST 4.
NEWS ON PAGE SEVEN. fr
Country So Well Settled.
Rural delivery Is Cer
tain Kealty Active.
Deming, N. M., May 23. A petition
for a rural mail route out of Deming
is being circulated. All requirements
of the postoffice department can be
met, and, while it will require some
time for the matter to be placed before
the proper authorities and acted upon,
it Is considered practically certain that
the route will be established.
They have finished planting potatoes
on the ShuU place. There are 60 acres
in all. Half of these are up, and a
third-of them are four inches tall.
The poles for the power line con
tacted for by the Deming Ice and
Electric company have been refceivd.
The construction work on this 10 mile
power line will be begun Immediately.
R. E. Cameron has returned from Sil
ver City, where he attended a meeting
of the board of directors of the Dem
ing lee and Electric company.
A. S. White, of the firm ofBeach,
Peters & While, who are developing
eight quarters of land 20 miles south
of Deming, is in town.
By actual count 37 whirlwinds have
struck Deming in the last two days.
Following warranty bleeds have been
J. A. Frieborn to Lillian Frieborn,
west half, northwest quarter, section 10,
township 24, south range 9 west.
Pablo Ribero and Delfino d'Ribero
to A. C Wlntamute, southeast quarter .,
section lo, township 24, south range 9
Ollie M. Nelson and J- TV. Nelson to
Louis Hellberg. northeast quarter of
northeast quarter, section 11, township
29. south range S west.
Hondale Townsite company to Robert i
Bruce, lot 7 in block 19 of Hondale. j
Hondale Townsite company to El- j
bert M. KherrilL lots 11 and 12, in
block 18 of Hondale.
Louis Hellberg et al. to Mrs. S. E.
Ross, lots 13 and 14, in block 11. and
lots- 7 and 8, in block 51, in the town of j
C. L. Higday to Otis Dotsons, six
acres of northeast quarter section 34,
township 2S, south range 8 west.
Hondale Townsite company to G. W.
Cann. lots 6, 7 and S, in block 44.
and lots 3, 4 and 5, in block 54 of the
town of Hondale.
Hondale Townsite company to C. H.
Begin, lots 1. 2, 2 and 4, in block 44 of
the town of Hondale.
John R. Blair to Clem WIndhause,
lets 7 and 8, In block 47 of the town of
Articles of incorporation from the
territory of New Mexico to the New
Mexico Abstract and title company have
Marriage licenses issued: Berdinio
Duran to Philipa Alamdarez, "Vincente
Ondones to Terresa Gomez.
WOMAN" xtCfVCITTED OX CHARGE
OF GIVING FAKE MORTGAGE
Roswell Woman Is Dismissed Closing j
Exercises of New Mexico Military j
Institnte Are Held. j
. -Roswell. N. M., May 23. At the pre
liminary hearing of Mrs. Mary C. Clay
on the charge of giving bogus papers j
to Mrs. Cora J. Pomeroy. wife of Fred j
Pomeroy, justice A. J. Welter dismiss- ;
ed the case on the ground that the evi
dence failed to show that the note and
mortgage for $1500 were bogus. Mrs.
Clay, through her attornej-s, Gatewood
and Graves and O. O. Askron. has filed
nn' IrHiinotinn cilit in rMstrlnt- POlirt to I
prevent the collection of the note and j
witn tne regular anus saturaay, tne
12th annual commencement of the New
t Mexico Military institute began and
the baccalaureate sermon was deliv
ered Sunday morning in the new audi
torium by elder George Fowler, pastor
of the Christian church.
The graduating class at the institute
this j'ear numbers 16 cadets.
W. N. Anderson has received the de
tails of the death of his oyearold grand
son, Lloyd, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Anderson at Polaris, Ariz.. The
little fellow was playing with other
boys and they found some lead. One
of the older boys said It looked like
candy, and It 1st believed Lloyd ate
some of it. and died of poison. 1
Guy Herbert, assessor of Chaves ! g
ctuniy, ana .narry . innum, Dotn ot 1
Roswell, have bought the Artesia steam
laundry and it is to be run by George
.Tones and Harry Lanham. , the name
having been changed to the Penasco
John B. Kipling, proprietor of Kip
ling's candy kitchen, has gone to El
Paso to meet his wife, who went to San
Antonio two or three weeks ago to visit
CHIHUAHUA BOX FACTORY
"COMPLETED, WORK WILL START.
Chihuahua, Mes., May 23. The Chi
huahua Lumber and Manufacturing
company has completed Its new box
factory at Cuesta Prieta on the Kansas
City, Mexico and Orient railroad, west
from Minaca. The plant which will be
put in operation this month replaces
the factory burned down.
Tio One in EI Paso Who Has a Bad
Back Can Isrnore This Double
Does your back ever ache?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Backache is kidney ache.
With It "comes dizzy spells,
Sleepless nights, tired, dull days.
Distressing urinary disorders.
Cure the kidneys to cure It all.
Doan's Kidney Pills bring quick re
lief. Bring thorough, lasting cures.
You have read El Paso proof.
Read now the El Paso sequel.
Renewed testimony; tested by time.
Mrs. Carrie B. Taylor,' 2415 Texa3
6treet, El Paso, Texas, saj's: "In Feb
ruary, 1907, I gave a public statement
telling how greatly Doan's Kidney
Pills have relieved me of rheumatism.
I can add at the present time that I
have never suffered as severely from
this trouble since. I have, however,
had slight attacks, but these have been
quickly disposed of by the use of Doan's
Kidney Pills. For some time T was laid
up with sciatica rheumatism, the pain3
always being more severe in the small
of my back. Doan's Kidney Pills were
finally brought to my attention and
procuring a box at Kelly & Pollard's
drug store, I began their use. They
cured me and 'for that reason I high
ly recommend them." t
For sale by all dealers- Price 50
cents, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New
York, sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. .
Wash Goods Week
EXPEOT FT. SUMNER
- -Jl. .
LAND BILL TO PASS
Delegate Andrews Makes
Promises New District
Fort Sumner, N. M-, May 23. A mes-
' sage was received from delegate An
drews that the bill creating the Fort
Sumner Land district with Fort Sumner
as the seat of the land office is making
oil possible ..peed throncn congress wit ii
a clear track. This bill was launched by
Clovls, but the more, central location
of this place resulted in this being
made the official center. It' takes in
Ellda and Kenna. on the south, Vaughn
in the west and the whole cut-off coun
try from Vaughn east. The new dis
trict comprises 2,322,000 acres, al of
which, with the exception of 430,000
acres, are now in the Roswell district.
The 430,000 being in the Santa Fe dis
trict, to which places the settlers have
been compelled to go. The change will
leave about 11,000,000 acres in the Santa
Fe district and 8,OOO.ot)0 In the Ros
well district. It is understood here
that A. E. Curran of the Clovls News,
the originator of the bill, will be regis
trar. The settlement of the land office
question settles the county seat ques
tion, making it now certain that Fort
Sumner will be made a county seat
at the coming session has begun and
First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TURNEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYNOLDS, President.
James G. McNary, Vice-President. Walter M. Butler, Asst. Cashier
Jno. M- Raynolds, Vice-President. Prancis B. Gallagher, Asst. Casbier
EBGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
WE SOLICIT YOUR
C. R. MOREHEAD, President. GEO. D. FLORY, Casfawr.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Prat.
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
EL PAS 6 TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. SimmGss
A. G. Andreas E- Kohlberg B. Bltrmenthal
J. F. WiUiams J. H. Ma-
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
1 Rio Grande Valley
TO OT TStrwTT "D-r-
S- T. Turner, vice Prest.
W. Cooley, Y. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
THE OLDEST .VXD BEST SECURITY;
The oldest security known to the business world is
real estate. Hundreds of years before speculative se
curities came into existence, real estate was the high
est and best security for money. The S percent first
mortgage which this bank is in a position to offer afford
unquestioned security for money, and we will be pleased
to furnish full particulars in relation thereto on request.
The alfalfa harvest has begun and
the crop is good for new sod.
The Commercial club has elected offi
cers for a year: C C Henry, president;
L. D. Beckwith, secretary; C W. Foor,
secretary to the board of control, re
elected treasurer; Dr. W. T. Lovelace,
vice president. It is proposed to hold
the club meetings at the noon hour
and to Irave club dinners on those oc
casions. The buildings of the Rockwell Lum
ber company are progressing.
The Santa Fe Is putting in a ne-w
crossing on Seventh street to accommo
date the valley people.
Miss Steckel, who underwent an oper
ation is recovering.
The local water plant is pumping a
large amount of water.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban
ish sick headache, prevent despondency
and invigorate the whole system. Sold
by all dealers.
to Ellis Bldg.
110 S. Oregon .
Ellis Bros. Printing Co.
BANKING - BUSINESS
Bank & Trust Co.
W. E. Arnold. Cashwc.
T. M. Hvrchison, Asac. Cask,
H. E. Christie, Secy.