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News Of the Great Southwest
Thursday, June 16, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest 7
SKULL FRACTURED 1 DONATINS KESDED
WITH HAMMER FOR SANATORIUM
"A Head of
Jt great Confederate General esteemed by both
Jforih and South. J mistake made by his own
men resulted in his death.
You can't make a mistake if you smoke
Their exquisite flavor is directly due to the rich to
bacco of -which they are made. Leaf grown in the famous
Fictures of your favorite base-hall players in the "big
leagues" are now in Piedmont packagess
lO for 5o
Piedmont Cigarettes are packed ?ji 27" FOIL
Lagmia District Planters,
Near Torreon, Ask Rates
Terreoa. Mex., June 16. The Platt
ers Business league, of Gomez Pala
cjo, kawn as "La Camara Agrlcola
da la Lagaaa, have presented a peti
foa te tfce seereiaria. de fomento ask
ing a special rate for laborers coining
from tbe states of Jalisco. Guanajuato,
:an Luis Potosi- Aguascalientes and
Zacatecas during the months of July,
August, September and October of ach
year In rder to induce them to come
to this district. It Is reported that
xbe department of agriculture will
look -with favor upon the petition and
in case it is granted the v planters of
this rich cotton district wHl have less
troable in bringing in laborers for the
cotton picking season-
The league Is practicaMy a new or
ganization but the membership is rap
idly increasing. The cotton planters I
are vitally interested at present as they j
are viewing with considerable alarm j
the probability of a scarcity of labor j
during the picking season next fall ,
unless steps are taken to protect them-
selves. TTith the facility of bringing
U , Utberen. from th e Interior the situ- ,
uorf.n,ay be relieved to a certain ex- j
e Complaint is already being made In (
this section by the mining men who
claim a great scarcity of labor for the
mines and smelters. During the past,!
two vears mining has been slow and
laborers, finding it difficult to obtain
erapleynieiK. have gone north, entered
the United States and accepted employ
ment on the railroads, and in the mines
of the southwestern states. These peo
ple are not inclined o return and with
t'ie mines and smelters opening up here,
and business in general growing more
active every day, there is just cause
ior alarm on account of the laboiscar
c ity. There are ecellent prospects for
c hamper cotton crop in the Laguna
district thk? year.
SOLOMOVWLLE LOCAL XCTVS.
SolomcHtville, Ariz., June 16. County
treasurer Jno. D. Williams has return
ed from a six weeks vacation with his
father and mother at Sweetwater. Tex.,
and i Ls Angeles and San Diego.
Dr. J. H. Lacy came down from,
Miami for a visit with his sisterinlaw,
Mrs. John Sherman, from Lima, Peru,
?. A, wbo i visit iag the family.
Mrs. Max Lantin and children and
Mrs. Jake "Weinberger and daughter, of
;iobe, Ariz daughters of Mr-t. I. E.
Solomon of tills i;:ace, have gone to
foronado beach. Thev have taken i
cottage and MrK. L E. Solomon will ;oin
th m as soon as the June term of court
Sheriff Anderson and deputy sheriffs
Rit hardson and Strnns are preparing
the xtra term of court to open on
Monday. June 20.
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W vi!LA& $dM&sa&
has never been, questioned by any Food Commissioner and
any persons reporting to the contrary are deliberate falsi
fiers. They are today, what they have been for the last
half century, the purest, strongest and most natural Fruit
flavors. Used by thousands of housewives for years.
Inferior Vanilla beans are substituted in making many of
the alleged Vanilla Extracts. Try Dr. Price's Extract of
Vanilla and see the delicious flavor it gives to Cakes, Ice
Cream, Puddings, Sauces, etc. You will never be disap
pointed. It will always be found to be of highest quality.
PRICE FLAVORING EXTRACT COMPANY, Manuiactnrcrs
Receipts Break Record The
'Chambers Hotel Leased.
ZSIarathon, Tex., June 16. The Texas
Rubber company has made another
shipment of 23,000 pounds of rubber to
New York. The factory has been run
ning overtime for the past two weeks.
On Monday the receipts of guayuie
hauled into Marathon were 62 tons,
which broke all previous records for
one day's receipts. Field manager Arm
strong has a large force of men hunt
ing guayuie. The shrub seems to be
holding out welL
J. "V. Rice, a ranchman near Bo
quillas, was in Marathon to secure
medical treatment for .his son, Albert,
whose left arm has been paralyzed for
two months. r
Dr. R. George has left for San An
gelo to join Mrs. George, who is vlsit-
inc relatives there. He will go from
there to Chicago to take a six weeks
course at a medical college.
Tne little daughter of captain and
Mrs w M, French fell off of a chair
to tne floort striking a file hook, which
neck inflictins a dan.
stQck fixtureg tQ Tex Burc hj
i" enlarge the business.
T"e Chambers hotel has been leased
to Mr- and Mrs. J. A. Burlington, of
s egas, n. -u.
Miss Edna Kendrick is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Bart Parker, at Valentine.
Miss Jesse Kane, of Marfa, Is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. L. F. Cartwright.
Mrs. Cora Rogers is attending nor
mal Institute at Alpine.
COMMISSIONERS' COURT MEETS
AT MARFA PERSONAL NOTES.
Marfa, Texas, June 16. Commission
ers' court is in session this week.
R. C. Thaxton is here visiting his pa
rents. Miss Ruby Jordan i? visiting in Del
Misses Lorena and Mary Shannon,
and Miss Mittie "White are. attending
th summer normal at Alpine.
Miss Brent Reatz Is home from Black
stone, Ya... where she has' been teach
ing music in the Blackstone college.
Miss Laura Mussey, of San Antonio,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. Green
wood. Miss Genevieve Thompson, who has
been visiting Miss Genevieve Bogel, re
turned to her home In Fort Davis to
Homer Cartwright has accepted a
position as grocery clerk with the
Mrs. N. P. Barclay has left for Ken
tucky, where she will visit relatives.
Misses Willie Mae and Lytle Mellard
are in from the ranch visiting Mrs. M.
Isfational Guard Appoint
ments Are Made in New
Santa Fe, X. 2&., June 16. John Der
reno, aged 35, who with his three chil
dren, slept in the open at Chimayo.
northern Santa Fe county, was found
by Jils three year old daughter lying- in
a pool of blood with his skull frac
tured by a hammer. It is believed ho
will die. Sheriff Charles Closson left
for the scene of the crime, but has
made no arrests.
Acting governor Nathan Jaffa has
appointed J. It. Galusha, of Clovis, a
Adjutant general A. S. Brookes has
announced national guard appointments
as Thomas Arthur Stancliff, jr., of Lake
Arthur, and Stephen Wheeler Hill, of
Clayton, second lieutenants; Dr. C. G.
Beson, of Roswell, assistant surgeon.
Word was received from Golden,
southern Santa Fe county, that John
Aranda, a well known mining man, had
committed suicide by cutting his throat
with a razor.
Colonel W. H. H. Llewellyn and ma-
jor Fred Muller, officers of the Rough
Riders, are on their way to New York
to greet former president Roosevelt on
W. J. Blair Has Nine Trees
Showing Many Young
Dalhart, Texas, June v16. A new in
dustry is developing in the Panhandle,
that of olive production. W. J. Blair
the original townsite owner of Dal
hart, who owns a ranch east of here
in the Beaver creek valley, has nine
olive trees four years old that shows
a yield of olives oqual to thnt known
in any territory. This is the only or
chard known to be in this altitude and
shows conclusively that olives can he
grown here in the greatest abundance.
The result of this season's crop will
be watched with the greatest interest
and should the crop develop and ma
ture, the result will revolutionize the
whole of this vast territory. An IS inch
limb having 24 shoots has 12 green
olives on each shoot. The nine trees
show the same average of fruit.
"While all kinds of fruit has been highly
productive oVer the Panhandle, it has
been for Mr. Blair to demonstrate the
growth of olives.
MEXICAN RUN OVER BY
HAND CAR; FATALLY HURT
Antonio Emariz Is Patient in Bisbee Hos
pital; Furnishings For New Theater
Arrive; Personal News.
Bisbee, Aniz., June 16. Xo hone
is entertained at the Copper Queen hos
'pital for the recovery of Antonio Emariz,
the Mexican who was run over by a
hand car. The doctors say that should
Emariz survive he would be helpless as
his lower limbs are paralyzed.
J. Lillquist had his "hand badly in
jured by a fall of rock while working at
the Oliver shaft of the Calumet &
John Rose, a miner, was taken into
custody on a charge of lunacy. Rose
laibors under the impression that he is
pursued (b- the police.
The 'board of ferade oas moved its of
rfiees to more commodious quarters in th- j
Wu-n. J. Harris 'died at the Calumet & I Vt5 in e states. !
Arizona hospital from the effects of an yiT" lls Hostetter wife or American 1
attack of apoploxv. He was stricken a J con!ul. Hosteler at Hcrmosillo. acconi
week a"t). T1 .y lier son, Cecil P. Hostetter, j
William Duston. an Englishman who
had resided in Bisbee for several vears.
died at tflie Calumet & Arizona hospital ,
after a long illness. i
John Colbasin, a miner, has undergone .
an operation at the Copper Queen;
i. antocCit uuo li,-j. -.. v-va
nouncing that Mrs.
Gutter, mother or"!
Dr. Cutter, fonnerlv af the Copper Quoen
medical stfunf, died
at her home in
Brooklyn, X. Y.
!Mrs." Jennie Wright and E. Alfred
Stodiihtll "were married by Rev. Y. E.
Spicer at the Christian church. The
couple left to spend their honeymoon
The interior furnishings for the Royal
theater have arrived and will be soon
installed in the new building, which has
been erected to replace the one dea- ,
I roved bv fire about to months ago. i
i. iivy n iwi i il J-i.tiiawf,
C-alif., where he will attend a linotyp
Dr. and Mrs. R. Ferguson have left
P.ihee tin enf1 a vacation of several
! weeks in Oaliforna.
Walter Scott, an employe of the Cop
per Queen, who has been confined at the
company's hospital for several montths
uu iuwum, m wmh, "" v51" !': ' "well central school building.
California m the hope of beneficing his ; The Pl0sWell Commercial club has hid
health. j a committee appointed to confer with
George and Harry Hanmger have left. : K L m mvner of the $60 000 -for
Xema, OIuo, where tney will spend . storv reinforceI concrete hotel building
the summer. 1 about tiwo-thirds com.nlot.ed. -fra- H nnrl
frs. O. G. Roush .and daughter have ,
gone to lorn bstone, ior a visit ot se era 1 .
eks with, .Mrs. Roush s sister. (
IS RECOMMENDED TO
THE JUDGE FOR CLEMENCY
TTTTOj-nj rT i t n i..' Saffcrd, Ariz., June 1G. Mr. and Mrs.
H. HStallard of Douglas, Is Convicted i w. C. Roundev. Miss Margaret Rol in
, For Second Degree Murder at 1 son E. W. Clavtcn Mr. aiPd .Mr,. J ,hn
r i 4 T?mDstone. I J. Birdno and daughters, and Mr. and
lombstone, Ariz. June 16 H. IL Stal- I Alrs. Weaver Brier and Ben Esras have
(lard was found guilty of murder m the , been visiting at i-hr Indian Hot Sprint
second degree and the mercy of the t irs i? s; Taififrs, ., ,.L ?u
xt i -iV a '""".VT ' - j -o , ; ' was removed to the Hospital at Globe.
He killed Jonn I nderwood m Sulphur' Among those planning to spend their
Springs alley near Douglas, early tins . outing in the Black rfver countrv are
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ALPUB PHOPEETT SOLD: j
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Alpine, Texas, .Tune 16. TV. .T. Yates
has purchased the old C. C. Hurley prop
erty, situated in the western part of the ,
city, consisting of a house and a block j
of land, and two small rent houses with !
f4ve lots. Mr. Yates has moved his !
family into the large houe. The con
sideration is $4500.
J. C. Armistead, who is making im
provements and additions to his place,
purchased from George TV. Glasgow,
will move his family into It as soon as
he gets it completed.
Ira H. Hector has the contract to haul
ice from the Alpine Power company to j
Fort Stockton. The Alpine Power com- '
nanv also shins 1r& tn Ar-iT-n-fv.rn !
I- "V- Van Pelt and wife have returned
from a visit to San Antonio. Texas, and
Chattanooga, Oklahoma. Mr. Van Pelt
purchat-ed property in Chattanooga.
Ben Sewetl has gone to New Mexico
U look for a location and will move
! i: family from here.
xuiss Eusenia Hector has gone to El
Paso for medical treatment.
R. H. Morris is here from Terrel1,
I. B. Russell is visiting his un,-le.
,T. B. Irving, and his brother Irving
I.assell. Mr. I.:-sell wa shot 'through
t.e stomas test fall while performing
hiv duties ;u an officer. He is re"
,'More Money Is Wanted for
(By Mrs. W. S. Tilton.)
Cloudcroft X. M., June 16. Money is
wanted for the baby sanatorium. One
El Taso Carnegie sent in a check for
$5000, Dr. Plerbert Stevenson gave
$1000, and now $15,000 or $20,000 more
is neded. It is planned to put up a
two story building 64x42 feet contain-
j ing a waru mat win .hold IS little beds
ana anoiiier which will noiu 1. Un
this floor will be a dining room,
which in emergency can be converted
into another ward, a waiting room for
nurses, an office for the doctors, a
modifying laboratory for converting
cow's milk into mother's milk, such a
labaoratory being new to this part of
These will be charity wards. On the
next floor will be private rooms where
those who can afford to p-iy. and n::ve
.i special nurse in attendincs cin do
so, tilt money derived froiu this source
i; be put into the sinking fund with
the rest, on which an El Paso bank
has offered to pay S percent.
In the basement of this buildin
j there will be the steam heating plant,
a steam laundry, store room for sup
plies, servants quarters, etc.
This building is to be put where the
kitchen and dining room of the old
Lodge stood, the front part of he
grounds to be reserved for the $100,000
or $1,000,000 donation that the sanator
ium will receive sometime from some
of the Carnegies of New Yorw or other
parts of the United States, for, accord
ing to Dr. Stevenson, all the sick ba
bies from Mississippi, Alabama, Louis-
j iana, Texas, Arizona and New Mexico
must come here eventually, as there
is no other climate that will do so much
for babies, in their second summer.
Mrs. J. A. Eddy is having a tennis
court made on the lot adjoining the
old Lodge site. "Jte Billle" is doing
the work and Miss Sara Eddy is super
Mrs. R. H. Hall and baby hav re
turned to Cloudcroft after a brief vilt
to El Paso.
Dick Caples, jr., is spending his va
cation on the Roof Garden.
Mrs. Frank Langan, of Chihuahua,
came up on Wednesday's train and will
remain all summer.
Tom Hogg, son of the late governor
Hogg, has returned to Austin after a
brief sojourn at the Lodge.
IMPORTING GUANO AND
FRUIT AT NOGALES PORT
Large Shipments Arrive Daily for United
oiaies quints: mejucan Ji.niea in '
Sonora Railway Yards. !
i Xogales. Ariz., June 16. .Stoked
gu-ano in carloads is being crossed at
this port from Sonora forLos. Angeles
and other Gilifornia points for garden
and orchard fertilizing.
Thompson Bros, have sold the S. P. !
restaurant back to C. T. Jones, who i- !
again in charge. '
A message received from Canille, Arb,, ,
this county, states that forest ranger R. I
D. Rogers has lost his home and its
contents by lire.
B. Robles. a Mexican in the emploj- of
the Southern Pacific railroad company,
laid down on tiie track in the Xo
gales, Son., 3-ards and iras kiHed. the
ibody being mangled by the switch en
trine. Manv cars were in the vnrd nml
it was impossible for the engineer to see
Cantaloupes and watermelons are be-
in sred h7 Sonora growers, several ,
cars daly going through Xogales to
, . v-mvuL iavav .iirent at ki raso. na-sea
through Xogules en route to California I
.' lta,w.l!Vi 4' xlaieDcer turned "
h,s home in EI Paso-
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SCHOOL BUILDING LET
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uaacmiaii. x iimuuiu riacnea ior Cisco, on the Southern Pacific Coat
Hew Building at Roswell. Line; 5 trains daily from libs Angeles,
j RowelI, X. M., June 16. E. P. Mag- Firstclass hotel. Tent city in conjunc
! gard has sold his 80-acre farm near Dex- tion. Pleasure and comfort and all
1 er, 60 acres of which is in alfalfa and ' kin(3s of amusements. Pizmo Beach
. 20 acres in orchard, irrigated by a 10- ! is tnL safest beach to bath, and t
I inn lmr'.ciQn ll n a5.-if ,-i 4- .- ! most beautiful, the widest and longest
wWnh oVo.Uf " ; C ;".i:l,:" I
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' o Uraw'f(r1 ot evav. d., ior
I vj. .j. wagner. a toswe.4 biWrter and
1 large stockholder in die Hondo Lumber
& rw; collEM1Jlv. ,-, i,. io,i I
contract for the new public -school
ling at Hagerman, his bid bein"
ilildj f Haerman ?,I
Rt. Rev. J..I. Kendrick. bishop of t-he I
missionaiy- district of Xew lexico and
Arizona, is to be in Roswell Sundav. I
to be in Roswell Sundav. i
June 19, to vi-jit the congregation of St. ;
A YurCL'Ji? 'V'niz&rmn' i,i?.-,- I
Andrew's Episcopal mission.
The Chaves county teachers' institute
"Will fnCTt X1A T T TlTVrt OA 4- lrt. T..-.
of j.scertainhI!r i, xrhat wav 1,-mi.
)e :iS5isted ;n mncinn- tho nmWr,!--
SAPFORD PEOPLE ENJOY
OUTINGS: NEW HAY SOLD
J. (- Rofomson and dnughters. Miss
. - " . ' "-'""'v;ft IIIU
daughter, Miss Judith. Jas. S. Ahhort.
, Arthur Ferrin, Berry Foster and B. ?.Ic
' Langhlin. It is 90 miles to the ri er.
The Jvastcrn Star lodge. Arcadia chap
ter, held the last meeting W ednesdav
evening before adjourning for the sum
Miss Georgia Robertson, head milliner
i Mill Hr D S rUlr fiillkl
HU 1 AJUkULSJbJ 1 llliilaJJBSLAl
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
One of the most valuable qualities of Mother's Friend is
that it safe-guards the future health of the mother. It is a
liniment to be applied externally to the body, the use of
which lubricates the muscles and tendons, softens the glands
and ducts, prevents lumps forming in the breasts, and relieves the pain, nervous
ness, nausea, and other troubles from which so many expectant mothers suffer
When Mother's Friend is used regularly it fits and prepares the system for an
easy and natural consummation of the term. Women who massage with this
great liniment are always saved much suffering when baby comes, and recover
more guicklyand without ill effects. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores.
Write for our free book for expectant mothers.
THE BRABFiELB &Br ATBJU&TA, &a
constipation permanently by proper
personal co-operation "with, the bene
ficial effects of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, v.hen required. The
forming of regular habits is most im
portant and while endeavoring to
form them the assistance of Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna is most val
uable, as it is the onlj' laxative which
acts without disturbing the natural
functions and without debilitating and
it is the one iazative which leaves the
internal organs in a naturally healthy
condition, thereby really aiding one in
that way. To get its beneficial effects,
buy the genuine manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for
sale by all leading druggists. Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna is never
classed by the "well-informed with t
medicines which make extravagant j
and unfounded claims to cure habitual
constipation without personal co-op- i
G-alveston, Key West and
Superior Passenger Accommodations
Fast Freight Service
STEAMERS SAIL EVERY WED
NESDAY AND SATURDAY AT
Wednesday Steamers Call at Key
West Fla., making connection for
points in Florida- and Cuba.
Saturday Steamers Carry Freight
For (particulars as to .reservations,
rates, etc-, see your ticket agent or
S. T. BeMILT,
Gen. Agent, Galveston, Tesaa.
Tickets to and from Europe
COOL SUMMER CRUISES
VIA SMOOTH "INSIDE PASSAGl"
Only Seven Cruises; Number of Passengers
Limited; Best Reserve Berth Quickly.
FAKE 5100 AND UPWARDS
INCLUDING BERTH AND METALS
G5 Write for folder containing large picture
of famous MUIR GLACIER, free. Adores
"TICKET AGNT," PACIFIC COAST S. S. CO.
653 MARKET ST. fPafeteHcfen SAM FRANCISCO
Buy Your California Ticket
iAs Far As Pizmo Beach.
The ideal pleasure resort cf all
1 coast beaches on the Pacific coast. In
an Luis Obispo county, Cal., half way
between Los Angeles and San Fran-
n the west coast or the United States
Special weekly and monthly rates to
guests. Now under new management.
EIj przuo RESORT CO.
in the Boston store the t tivo vMT;
f left for Denver, where siie has a similar
f The new hay crop is being shipped
every day. The
river did not afi
and heavy cnttii
Ihe scarcity of water in the
affect the first two crops
and neayy ciittmjrs are reported bv all
tie farmers. It is placed on the cars at
5Q r( -next in
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1 he foundation tor . K. Dials's re-i-
dence on M street is just finished and
work on the wadls will begin at once.
Douglas vs. El Paeo, Friday and Sat
urday -1 p. m. Sunday 3:30 p. m.
CANANEA LOCAL NEWS.
' Cannnea, Son., Mex., June 16. Mrs
Wm. C. Greene base returned from
I visit in Tucson.
Oharlrs Wiswail, manairer of the
Sonom Packing ctrapany, returned from f
J. 11. Hooper and family of the Santa
Rosalia mine, are visiting friends in i
AITO LOCAL XEWS.
Alto. N. M.. June 16. Ir. and Mrs.
D. C. Williams. Fred Nolan and Miss
Rucker of Roswell. are visiting James
j-ieeuer. .ur. imams ; conneciea Willi
the Pecos Valley Drug company.
"W. Tr. Slack, of Corona, who owns
considerable real estate in Alto, is here
on a deal for sale of the property.
Tularosa, N. M., June 16. Will and
Miss Midge Bourne are visiting friends
and relatives in Carrizozo.
James Abbott is seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Hyde and family
have moved here from Alamogordo.
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