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News Of the Great Southwest Thursday, lEay 26, 1910.
fews Of the Great Southwest 5
WILL BSILL DEEP
WELLS AT DOTJ&LAS
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and we can
DANDERINE is lo the hair what fresh showers
of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It
goes right to the roots, invigorates and
strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimulating and
life-producing properties cause the hair to grow
abundantly long, strong and beautiful. It at
once imparts a sparkling brilliancy and vel
vety softness to the hair, and a few weeks
use will cause new hair to sprout all over the
scalp. Use it every day for a short time,
after which two or three times a week will
be sufficient to complete whatever growth
A Isdy from St. Peal writes in substisco.
"When I began using: Danderine my hair
would not come to my shoulders and no'sr
It Is away below my hips."
Another from Newark, N. J.
" I haTo been using Danderine regularly.
Wheal first started to use It 1 hadvery lit
tle halr.now I have the most beautiful long
and UUckhatr anyone would want to have."
NOW at all druggists in three
sizes 25c, 50c and $1.00
Danderine enjoys a greater sale than
any other one preparation regardless of kind
or brand, and it has a much greater sale than
all of the other hair preparations in the
FREE To shOTV' htm quickly Dindcrins
acts, we win send a large sam
ple free by return mail to anyone irho
sends this free coupon to the
KNOWLTCH DAKGERIHE CO., CHICAGO, ILL,
with their name and address and 10c
in silver or stamps to pay postage.
BEVELOP3IEXT C03IFAXY WILL
IXSTAL IRRIGATION PLAXT.
Valentine Mechanic Seriously Injured
"While Adjusting Windmill
Personal Xetvs Xotes.
Valentine, Tex., May 26. Prof. Gran
ger, who has charge of an extensive
subirrigation farm near San Antonio,
has arrived to Instal a system for the
Valentine Development company.
R. N. Everett, who has been In El
Paso county looking for a ranch propo
sition, has returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Huling Means are at
the TC ranch, where they will remain
during the absence of Mr. and Mrs.
John Z. Means.
Miss Minnie Jones has gone to the
Means ranch, where she will spend the
"While adjusting the pipes and plunge
rods of the nwely erected windmill of
S. E. Bunton. TV. A. Cole was struck
by a rod and a deep gash cut in his
forehead and his nose was severely
mashed. Dr. George B. Groves re- j
ports him to be resting easily.
Mrs. J. M. McReynolds.
Baskum Price is working with the
Kansas City civil engineers in laying
off the new Sunset addition to Valen
tine. Mrs. R. B. Jones is moving Into the
Mrs. TV. TV. Gravenburg and chil
dren, accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Bas
kin and daughter, from Houston, are
visiting in El Paso.
SAFFORD BUSINESS TVOMAX
BURIED AT SOLOMOXVILLE
Federal Court SesMion Postpone In
definitely; Solomonvllle Ranch
Sells for SSOOO.
Solomonville. Ariz.. May 26. The body
of Mrs. Nellie O. Todd, who died in
Los Angeles, arrived here for burial,
accompanied by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. O'Brien, her brother. Mathew
O'Brien, and her two children. Mrs.
Todd was interested in the Gila Valley
Furniture company of Safford, Ariz., and
after the death of her husband conduct
ed the business.
Mrs. Adolph Solomon, who has been
visiting relatives, has returned to her
home in Los Angeles.
Miss Florence Long has gone to
Globe, Ariz., to visit with Misses Nel
lie and Leo Parks, old schoolmates.
The term of the United States court
that was to have been convened on June
6, has been postponed infinitely.
Eugene TV. Chafin. Prohibition can-
I 43?)4-a -Pr- -k-n-ij3.nn4- lOnO nA 1
Miss Miriam Moore Is the guest of .. . Z ..,
- . tuiu it liic tuuuuuu&v.
xs. juiaerson, oi uunavant, -KLans., who
lias been visiting his son, A. A Vnder-
son, has gone to Colorado to visit with
Adolph Foote has put a gang of men
at work on the county road to Dun
can. C. F Solomon and E. TV. Clayton have
-sold their 51 acre ranch west of Solo
monville for $8000.
A concert was given at the Presbj-te-rian
church by professor Bond and his
Fort TTortli Contractor Se
cures Contract Land
Prepared for Crops.
Dpuglas, Ariz., May 26. The call
sent out from Douglas for -well drill
ing outfits was quickly answered out
BISBEE WOMAN HAS
Dead Infant Pound Beside
Her Gun dub Mem
ber "Wins Trophy.
Bisbee, Ariz., May 26. Forcing an
entrance into his own house, "William
McCroo found his wife unconscious
of Tesas, and as a result the land ad- on tho fIoor of tne bedroom with a dead
jacent to this city will be thoroughly lnfant beside her. Medical aid was
tested for deep water within a few umm0ned. Mrsv-McCroe died boon after,
weeks. N. H. Graham with 20 years' j The cause Qf death -was convulsions,
experience in well thrilling In Texas. . A fire broke out in the basement of
has closed contracts for the Sulphur ,,. vnnderbersrs house In South Bis-
Springs and San. Simon valleys and
both will be thorough tests. Mr. Gra
ham has returned to Fort TVorth. for
the purpose of moving his outfits.'
One of the deep wells contracted for
is at Rodeo, in the San Simon valley,
wliere artesian water has already been
developed at San Bernardino. Mr., Gra
ham also has contracted to put down a
well on the Rabb ranch, 16 miles north
of Douglas, to develop 1000 gallons a
Mr. Graham is also bidding to put
down the deep well for the county
poor farm, near Douglas, and artesian
flow Is expected there, as the water is
practically artesian at the smelters, a
Thorough tests are to be made on
the Sulphur Springs valley farms this
Mr. Rabb is plowing v55 acres of
TV. IT. Harmond. six miles north of
Douglas, has 40 acres prepared for the
raiuv season. On the Brophy ranch 100
acres is ready; at Henuigan's ranch.
i o acres ,
the King ranch,
100 acres; at the
site, 600 acres; at
res in garden.
s, sorgnum anu
will be piameu.
GOV. MILLS AND
STAFF AT EOSWELL
John D. Rockefeller would go broke
If he should spend his entire Income
trying to prepare abetter medicine than
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy for diarrhoe. dysentery or 1
bowel complaints. It is simply impossi- J
ble, and so says every one that has used
It. Sold by all dealers.
ALPIXE AXD 3IARFA SUNDAY
SCHOOLS PLAN UNION PICNIC.
V 'li rcjM?CL-'afc.W.
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COL. PURIHA ytW
Austin Land Office Official Inspects
- Brewster Count y School. Land
General and Pergonal
Alpine. Tex.. May 26. The members
of the Presbyterian Sunday school and
friends went on a picnic. The com
bined Sunday schools of Alpine and
Marfa are planning a picnic for June 3.
. M. Sanford, sr., has gone to San
Attend Institute Commence
ment Council Abolishes
Roswell. N. M., May 26. Governor
TV J- Mills and staff attended the com
mencement exercises at the New Mexico
Military institute. The staff included
Col. Robert Smart, sursreon general of
the National Guard of New Mexico, and
Mrs. Smart, of Albuquerque; Col. TV.
A. Fleming Jones. Las Cruces; former
governor Miguel A. Otero; Col. Jose D.
Sena, adjutant general A. S. Brookes,
i-s. Brookes and son; attorney general
Frank TV. Clancy and Mrs. Clancy of
Santa Fe. The reception in the armory
was attended by more people than could
find seats and many returned home.
The street parade was headed by the
institute band and cadet battalion, fol
lowed by over 100 men of light battery
A, the four 3 inch NordenfeWt guns and
caisons. The parade was reviewed by
governor Mills and staff from the sec
ond story veranda 'of the Gilkeson hotel,
the parade passing once in single for
mation and again In double formation.
C. M. Farnsworth, a sheep grower,
has bought a one-half interest in the
Roswell Auto company from J. TV.
Stockard, and will spend S18.000 build
ing a concrete fire proof garage, 50x
19S on a lot he has just bought adjoin
ing the present building located on the
corner of Second street and Richardson
avenue. The latter will be used as a
sales room and for storage.
The city council passed the prohibi
tion ordinance abolishing saloons In
Roswell after July 1.
The brick garage, 50x198 feet, being
built by TV. H. Godair half a block
south of the Carnegie library for J. Q.
Cummins, is nearing completion.
George B. Iroing, an industrial pro
moter, is here interviewing business
men and a public meeting for Frlday
night has been arranged.
bee, but the prompt assistance of the
fire department saved the residence.
Losing her footing, Mrs. N Quorg
fell down a flight of stairs and seri
ously bruised her forehead.
TVord has been received that TV. II.
Reno won the Dupont trophy, a bronze
dog, presented to the Douglas Gun.
club by the Dupont Powder company.
Many Bisbee families are leaving to
spend the summer along the coast of
Charles Miller, a miner, has left for
Detroit. Mich., where he will be mar
ried. He will come back to Bisbee next
Frank Haynes is visiting this district
with the view of establishing a shoe
Mr. ' Rugby is back from Chicago
with his bride, formerly Miss Evelyn
A O'Leary of that city.
F. B. Dorr of the law firm of Mor
rison & Dorr, is back from El Paso.
Miss Grace McGowan, a school teach- '
er, has left for a pleasure trip through
the central states, after which she will j
go to her home in Missouri. j
Dr. J. G. Freshorn has left for El
Paso, from where he will go to his
home in Ohio to locate permanently.
C. U. Vail, of the Copper Queen li
brary, has 'left with his family for the
Huachucas to spend his vacation.
NO MOBE MEAT
"JIASONc. CONCLI DET SANTA
FE SESSION WITH BANQUET.
Class of 2S Takes 32d Degree Honor
anil Xnme of "Hallej's Comet;"
Grand 3Inter Johnson Preseni.
Santa Fe. X. M., May 26. The three
days' reunion of the ScottKh Rite Ma
sons of the Orient of New Mexico
closed. The 32nd degree Avas conferred
on a class of 28. The class adopted the
name of "Halley's Comet." A banquet
at which covers were laid for 75 con
cluded the festivities of the week.
Grand master Frank Johnson of San
Antonio to visit' his' son, TV. M. San- ! lla?fia nd territorial secretary Nathan
M. T. Luthy is in Sanderson.
7-. N. Halbert is Improving the sec
tion of land awarded h'm by the state,
eigin. iimes nortn oi -tupme.
TV. L. Coleman, who has returned
Jaffa had charge of the ceremonies.
HOTEL AND STORE WANTED AT
HAYMOND; MARATHON NEWS.
Marathon, Tex., May 26. There is a
demand for a store and a hotel for the
U ! JJI i Ii t TT ,
from an extended trip over the countv, XTT" - i it ,. J"onQ-
Amninvo,! w ia ,n.Mi ,, ,11 The town is located at the foot of one
The biggest Poultry Feed Manufacturer
Is the world. Try a bag of his feed
?mm SCRATCH FEES
Kakes Ksns Lay
?mHk GHI0K FEED
Ssvss iby Chicks
(Always in Checkerboard Bags)
FOB SALE BY
Nature's own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force: for ex
haustion; for de
oility; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most hienlv efflca-
ceous tablet form. $2
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
El Paso onlv br
Kelly & Pollard. Sheldon Hotel.
ar 'J Jr WJy A E5SS
THE DIAJtOKB BEAM.
Xi&dles! AaI yottr Ii-3 KK-ist for
-al-caes-ler's JMaiaond iiraad
fills in Sod find Sold mettlllcN
boxes, scaled vriih BJuo Ribbon.
llrrr of Tonr v .
BRAND P.TLLH. for SOI
yctrs knows as Bct.Sa(ejt. Always Rdl&bM
TaLo so other. 2c
is employed by the general land office
in Austin to get data concerning the
settlement of the school land.
Oliver Billingsley and L. Cartwright,
of Marfa. were in town.
Miss Onie Billingsley has returned
Gid Guthrie says that the hail beat
the grass into the ground.
L. N. Halbert made a business trip
to El Paso.
J. M. Peters, who was in from his
ranch northeast of Alpine, says that he
has had good rains and has planted
some farm truck.
Mrs. A. C. Foster, of "Whitesboro, ia
visiting with Mrs. Jno. B. Viars, also
Harold Marsh has returned from a
trip to the southern part of the coun
ty, where he has been surveying.
E. F. Higgins has returned from San
Antonio and other Texas cities.
TULAROSA PERSONAL NEWS.
Tularosa, N. M., May 26. G. Verner
Clayton has returned from El Paso,
where he hastyeen for several weeks for
treatment. He is recovering.
Charles Curry has returned from
Carrizozo, where he attended court.
Roland Tipton is visiting his father,
W. D. Tipton, from El Paso.
Will Davenport has returned from a
visit in El Paso.
of the highest mountains in Brewster
! county, and the natural advantages are
Capt. French has the foundation Vfor
a fine residence laid and workmen are
getting tne material Teady for the
Burnam is erecting a residence
east of town on the land awarded to
him in the Simpson pasture.
Miss Alva White has returned from
a visit to Sanderson and is working at
the telephone central office.
The grass is short east of here. Cat
tle are poor and manv are dying.
RIVER LltUBER DRIVER
DROWNS NEAR BMBUDO.
Santa Fe, N. M., May 26 Peter Lutz,
of Fort Lupton, who held a position
with the Santa Barbara Pole & Tie
company in Taos county, was drowned
near Embudo while taking a drive of
ties down the Rio Grande, swollen by
the melting snows. His body has not
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customs to enforce therule laid down
by the secretary of agriculture three
years ago and to sieze and hold any
meats brought over from a foreign
country without the proper certificate
us put a stop to
ce been made of
"er as to how they
of inspection. Ti
those along the bo
were to obtain tlu'se "certificates by
the proper authority " Br. T. A. Bray,
representing the bureau of animal , in
dustry of the department of agricul
ture, in a supervisor capacity along
the entire Mexican b irder from the
Colorado river to Browisville, explains
that this means a certificate of inspec
tion from some Mexican official having
authority to make meat and food in
spections. It is therefoie up to the
Mexican butchers along tne border. If
they want a continuation of the Ameri
can border trade, to secure such Inspec
tors, but even with an inspector in each
town, It is explained that the plan
would hardly be feasible, as there are
many meat markets In all the border
towns, and It would be Impossible for
the Inspector to be at all of these so
that he could certify to ever- purchase
made and, according to the ruling, ev
ery importation of meat must be ac
companied by a certificate shoving It
to be in good condition and to have been
killed under sanitary regulations.
X. S. Inspection PoW'1Dle-
Dr. Bray explained that the United
States7 could not station a1 inspector
in Mexico to make these Inspections,
as It would havp nn anthorlrV" to do SO.
but said it might be possibleltnat after
a .time, the bureau of chemls-1 "Omu
be called upon to station inspectors on
the border to inspect wholesae impor
tations of meat from Mexicr1' this
business should continue to ' SJ&w, in
which event, the rule might heXmended
so that these Inspectors af certain
hours, would examine lmportations for
householders at the border an'd allow
: se ii. j ... vj- froc.1.
a iu jjttts ij. ii ttppeareu iu utr ton.
This, however, is merely a matter of
coniecriirp with li5m nnd war stntod in l
reply to a question as to its possibility, -"eeungs aiu sorjtlmes go to a
At present, howeverAhe only alt?rna". "e tne otherjjimteers
tive for the American is to buy hUff -v4"e olrI IJK's who
. Made In 10c and 2 for 25c sizes
s i he reputation of ii Wm jik.
m stands back of the ijr! M k
Is Ask for Tom Moore when you iB. m
M have the dime and - SjiSSk m
J? Little Tom. when you IJI JpPJIli .IBiiSlflk
m haven't the time P PirPlff 1
H Mild all through- v WjjL 89Hb 1
h just right for you. iSffSSttm I
H Not merely lights nlPPf WM i 1
a gentle hut a jBPBfeBk ISgJHggHK 0A M
m full-flavored TP k3LKS8L Hr m
ShwBhI Kl v h
I m j iiTi mi iii ii i nun ir I"'I3"" " v u H
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univ the dizeris Lliit
NiLES & WiQSER CIGAR CO., Distributors DenvsiyCole:
recrilir nn tho pnWmamr J :. c.ii
plement of men whowill always attend
meat at home and there Is no nrosrS
of an early change inthe situatio
Regulation 32, of the United Sttes
department of agriculture, bearing' on
meat importation, scys: f"
"(p,) Meat and meat food products
imported Into the United States Shall
be acompanied by a certificate of Offi
cial inspection of a character to satj3fv
the secretary of agriculture that
are not dangerous to health and jeach
package of such articles shal bqar a
label which shall identify It as cy.cre(j
by the certifiore, which certfjfg
shall accompanj- or be attached j-0 jne
invoice on which eitry is madt,
"(b) The certificate shall set forth
the official position of the inspector
and the character of the inspection'
e-o i--l 1 lov
ani lvlli-ri: E E. Xeff. F. C.
EarP KoBKrakauer, D. H. Mc
Gregor y, TpTuuie, J. VT. Lorentzen
and G. A. MSrtln.
Xew members elected last night are
Ray McOlintock. C. A. 3rann, Charles
Pomeroj-, and the four Trosts Gusi
Adolph, Henry and George.
PLEADS FOR A
(Continued from Page One.)
LAS CRUCES BANK FILES
Santa Ft, N. M., Mav 2fi. Incorpora
on papers have been filed by the Bow
man Bank & Trust Co. of Las Cruces. The
capitalisation is $100,000. The directors
are Henry D. Bowman, Vincent B. May
William D. Cox, Robert E. McBride and
Charles E. Miller.
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rvLMQ BUKGisrs mmssm
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Cheerfulness and a "bright disposition during the months hefore "baby ccnies
are among the greatest "blessings a mother can "bestow upon the little life about
to "begin. Her happiness and physical comfort will largely govern the proper
development of the health and nature of the child. Mother's Friend contributes
much to the mother's happiness and health by the relief and mental comfort it
affords. It is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
lubricate tho muscles and tendons of the body, soothe the swollen mammary
glands, cause a gradual expansion of the skin and tissues, and aid In the relief
of nausea. The regular use of Mother's Friend greatly lessens the pain and
danger when baby comes, and assures a quick and natural recovery for the
mother. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, con
taining valuable information for espectant Mothers.
THE BRABF2ELB QQa, ATLANTA, GAB
the community, they are, wita few ex'
ceptions, a drain on Its resources. f
Control of 3IIdri-es.
The legal control of midwives by the
states in which tny 1 an-1 practice
was urged by Miss Carolyn C. Van
Blarcom of New York, in an address
before the conference this morning.
"Midwives, the majority of whom are
untrained, unlicensed, and unregister
ed," said Miss Van Blarcom, "preside
over a large proportion of births oc
curing in large cities. They should
either be eliminated or educated and
supervised as in European countries.
Midwives could be controlled and the
standard raised in this country by hav
ing existing schools of midwifery tak
en under the control of the state boards
of regents, the standards of these
schools being established and main
tained by these boards. A diploma from
such a school would entitle the holder
to a certificate from the board of
health in the locality where she wished
to practice, this board of health hav
ing power and authority to critically I
supervise the work, home, and equip
ment of such midwife, and to revoke
herylicense for sufficient reasons. To
accomplish these ends, wide publlclty
to the movement for the prevention of
blindness must be given, assistance
through legislation, concerted action of
doctors and laymen, and educational
work of 'such a nature and extent that
the public will appreciate the gravity
of the situation, and mothers know that
'sore eyes' are not natural, will not heal
of themselves, and that infantile blind
ness is not a result of divine dispen
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
fair, Friday, fair and cooler.
For New Mexico: Tonight, fair and
cooler; Fridav, fair.
For west Texas- Tonight and Friday,
generally cloudy weather; showers to
night or Friday in north and east cen
tral portions; colder tonightMn the pan
handle; colder Friday except in south
River at El Paso: Height of surface
this morning above fi-:ed zero mark,
13.4 feet, this date last year, 14.1 feet.
Temperature (taken 6 a. m.). Maxi
mum for 24 hours in El Paso, 90; mini
mum, for 12 hours, 67.
POSTAL BANK BILL.
Washington. D. C. May 26. The cau
v:us of the Republicans of the house on
lhe subject of the postal savings bank
lViU began last -night in the chamber of
t-te house. It was soon apparent that
agreement could be reached at the
nrst. session, and it was predicted that
the I rnnciK x-oil!d pvtpnrl nvir f-n-r. -
MAJVV MINERS OOX STRIKE
Webb CUV, SIo., Jlay 26. Sis: hundrel
zinc miners m this district today joine
the ranks of the strikers, and now 150(
men are out. remanding restoration q'
the wage seal 3 that prevailed in 1907
TVkole Tovra Bnra.
Fort Smith, Arlc., May 25. Practically
the entire business section of Wister.
Okla., 5rmiles southwest of herewaa
"burned last night. One man was burned
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Unied States Depository
ALL "NATIONS" WELCOME.
.Also Small and Large Accounts. ;
W. W. TURNEY, Chairman
JOSEPH H. NATIONS JAMES G. McNARY
JOSiUA S. RAYNOLDS JOHN M. RAYNOLDS
SLXSET COMPANY WILL
STAY IX BUSINESS
Secn Old Members of the Company Re
main and Elect Some New Ones
Will Attend Meeting.
The Sunset fire company -will not be
mustered out of the volunteer depart
ment. Enough (members got -together
Wednesday night to save it. They de
cided to stick even though thev are
not on the jury exemption list, and to
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C. R. MOREHEAD, 2resident GEO. D. FL'ORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFUT, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Pre.
' L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't Cash.
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking BiSiness Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
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. H. Mar
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
W. W. Turoev. Prest
S- T. Turner, Vice Preat.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
SOLD BY ALL LEADIN6
Owe Size only. soaBottlb
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
H. K Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SHEPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
OENJ5RAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
3 ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
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