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News Of the Great Southwest
News Of the Great Southwest
June 27, 1910.
ROADS NEAR DEMING
L PASO HERALD
You don't take any
irliance in buying them,!
Their mellow flavor is the
result of consummate skill
exercised in blending the
splendid tobaccos. A trial
is the best argument.
An inexpensive package makes
possible ten additional Cigarettes
Rehires of popular actresses now
packed wkh Fahma Ggareltes
20 "for 5 cents
ROAB NEARS FINISH
Long Distance Pike May Be
Extended to California
Kogxtms. Sn Mex June 27. Before
tfc- eartt mC Jwfjr tirts gateway will have
cturedteK y gjgtumebile road with
Altar, tfee scat f gierniBent of the
Altar dlscriet f Smwa. Funds for the
r md. k(- eex subscribed by the busi
ss me mi 3Sg8Jes, Ariz and Xo
. Smmes, aad Ue read construc
tion ie aeazists oj3etkn. The dis
t&sce Us 54 sailes, aad much of the
war wirk kas beea easy.
E. J. ad W. E. Karag. of the Sonora
Act cwpcjqr. are arranging to estab
lish reiptfex &at0BMbi!e service on the
jsew rood. They plaa t make the trip
rach -sray la gtz heers. a car going to
AJtxr &me da.y I returning to No
xles the aext. A 24 hrsepower White
Fteaaaer sloA a. 44 horsepower Overland
teVtl he piaced ia service. It is also pro
posed Z p9Z 9a a. ccr between Altar
&ad 3i8dff, a dlstaace ef 36 miles, and
x iaxer extead this service to La Cie
TWga, 29 xalles heyad Boludo.
Sceaut 6ry placer operations are now
3 jrs?ress as. Bltzd and around Cie
aega. a. grezz zrea. f placers has been
?Mace. Alter the close of the
ralsr seasea la the fall the Nogales
AJtar service za&r be extended through
CXbres. t Fort Lobes, on the Gulf of
KEKK LAXD COMPAXY
FEL.IS XJURAYGO lUXCIL
Trreoa. 2C. ZAw June 27. It is re
ported that sa IsaportaBt land deal is
"betas cos-ed ia the state of Dnrango,
wfcerehy "WflKaxa Vaan will come into
peseefisiew of the Santa Isabel ranch.
3Cr Taaa is to talce over the ranch,
tog-ether -wtth aH beildSngs and 11 ve
ctoc. The jmrcStase is made from the
Crek. Laad compear, a stock company
e3p3 prSactpally of Americans.
The legal traafer of the ranch will
be as4e at a general meeting of the
rrerfdaoWers to he beW at Santa Isabel
ec Jrfy 1- Mr. Tana -will Inaugurate
a 3HH9her of Improvements about the
raach aad win raise fine stock on an
The Creek Laswt company will con
tinm V9 deveiop other lands in the same
j--arr of the state of rhtrango which It
acqBired soste years ago.
f ITTILiL OAS PTPE tTXE
PROBABLE FOR DEL RIO. I
1H WUm. Texas, Jane 27. The prob
nh'lttr f idtrial activity in this city
b ng reatty etrngthenel within the
sext few ateaths is believed on account
of the vipioz f natural gas into Del
RJa Advires have been received by the
rM&nercfaI cieb that a company, now
orgkzd aad doing busines in the
Zxre4 a&taral gas field, will build a
p T"1 He here, and that it Is to be cora-r-Vfed
within six months.
O. w, w
Tss cause of all skin, diseases can be traced to some humor in the blood.
JTealtny cuticles are only possible where the circulation is pure; and there
fare the cure of any skin trouble can only come from a thorough cleansing
of this -vital fluid. Salves, washes, lotions, etc., cannot cure. True, such
treatraent relieves some of the itching and discomfort, helps to reduce in
jfrtTHTfration, and aids in Iceeping the affected parts clean, but it does not
reach, the blood, where the real cause is located, and at best can only be
peBiatisg 2nd soothing. S. S. S. cures skin diseases of every character and
ifad. because it purines the blood. It goes into the circulation and removes
the bnrnors that are causing the trouble, builds up weak, acrid blood, and
completely cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Kheum, Poison Oak, and every
other variety of skin affection. "When S. S. S. has driven the humors from
the "hlood and purified the acid-heated circulation, every symptom passes
away, the cuticle is again nourished with rich, healthful blood, and comfort
is given, to disease-tortured skins. Book on Skin Diseases and any medical
Rdvicefree to all who write. TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA.
Masons Elect Officers; Suni-
nier Normal a Success.
Alpine, Tcsl, June 27. The Jordan
Marble Quarry company, at a meeting
of the board of directors in San An
tonio, voted to reorganize and raise
the capital stock from $100,00p to ?500,
000. This will give the company ample
capital to put in all necessary machin
ery and work to much better advan
tage than before, when they were
forced to h?ul the marble on wagons
to the railroad.
Apline lodge No. 766, A. F. and A. M.,
have elected officers, including Clyde
Buttrill, worshipful master; Arthur Ra
gin, senior warden; Robert A. Wade,
Junior warden; A. B. "Weakley, secre
tary; J. H. Derrick, treasurer, TT. B.
Hancock, tiler; and Geo. "W. Baines,
jr., senior deacon. The lodge expects
to have the work on the new temple
in Alpine well under way by the first
of the year.
Mrs. R. C. Phelps has opened a dress
making room in the building formerly
jeeupied by Mrs. Bailey as a dress- j
The Alpine Mercantile company has
installed a new 40 gallon chemical fire
engine in its store. This is the sec
ond machine of the kind in Alpine.
The summer normal is now well un
der way and the promoters express
themselves as being pleased with the
progress made. The regular course of 5
lectures this week are hy Prof. La
fevre, who has a statewide reputation.
Mrs. Metta Harmes and nephew, Hen
ry "Weyerts, have gone to San Antonio.
Miss Lilla Greenwood, of the Alpine
Mercantile company, is taking a vaca
tion. Mrs. D. L. Ragin and son Claude
have arrived to spend the summer with
Mrs. Ragin's sister, Mrs. James A.
J. R. Holland has gone to California
for a visit.
Mrs. Evan Hord and family are visit
ing friends and relatives In El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. L "W. Van Pelt have
returned from a visit to Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. "W. J. Yates have moved
into the old C. C. Hurley property.
which thej' have purchased.
Agent R. B. Trent was
MOM THE BLOOD
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EOSWELL WOOL MEN
STORE LARGKE CLIP
Have Over 1,000,000 Pounds.
El Paso Architects for
Roswell, X. M., June 27. Roswell
wool growers now have over 1,000,000
pounds of wool stored in local ware
houses, the clip be'ng as follows. Wal
ter H. Long, 300,000 oounds; Penasco
Sheep company (Eliza White and Rhea
brothers), 250,000; Fritz Brink, 150,000;
A. D. Garrett, 100,000; Frank Billings,
150,000; McKnight & Sons, 50,000;
various small clips, .200,000. C. C. Mar
tin expects to bring in his clip of 150,
000 pounds in a few days and t'uit
will sell the total to 1,350,000 pounds.
F. E. Jewett, representing the archi
tectural engineering firm of H. L. Ste
vens & Co.., of Houston, Texas, has
secured the data procured in making
soundintrs for the foundation for the
Ifederal building in Rosweil and for
warded it to Trost & Trost, the EPaso
architects, to be used by them in com
pleting the plans for the new office
building S. E. Allison expects to erect
this summer on the old postoffice site,
in the same block with the federal
The number of teachers attending the
Chaves county teachers Institute has
now .reached 01 within three of last
"Worth as a witness in a railroad case.
J. "W. Barnhart acted as agent during
Mr. Trent's absence.
L. H. Greenwood, of Globe, Ariz., Is
here visiting relatives.
Miss Maude Ragin will teach in the
Marathon public schools during the
coming school year.
Judge J. G. "Woolworth, of Carthage.
Teaxs. has returned home. He has
been in Alpine for j;ome time prospect
ing. Mrs. R. B. Trent and daughter. Miss
Viola, have returned from a visit to
friends at Del Rio.
Misses Leonora Qualt and Ellen Bell.
of Sabinal, are attending the summer
Dr. Arthur S. Bishop, who is hold
ing a protracted meeting at the new
Presbyterian church, addressed the
Toung People's Christian Endeavor so
ciety Sunday afternoon at the Christian
J. A. Armistead has accepted a po
sition as stenographer with "W. Van
Sickle and H. S. "Wigle.
C. Given Jias returned from a visit
to his old home in Oklahoma. He also
visited in the Panhandle, where he has
some large land holdings.
3IARFA "UVSOZVS IXSTAI.
OFFICERS DRILLING WELL.
Marfa, Texas, Jure 27. Public in
stalatoin of the officers of the Masonic
lodge Avas held at the opera nouse. fol-
lwn& which a banquet was given.
juage w. w. isogei was toastmasier.
Among those speaking were S. A.
Thompson. J. B. Gillette. Dr. Henslev-
on J. M. Normand and H. M. Fennell.
j Among the visiting Masons were Mr.
J and Mrs. S. A. Thompson and daughter,
I Miss Genevieve, and judge and Mrs.
j Weatherby of Fort Davis.
Mrs. "W. A. "Wells and Miss "Willie El
lison have been visiting in El Paso.
Prof. H. B. Griffin has gone to Cali
fornia for a 10 days' trip.
Miss Laura "Wilcox, primary teacher
in the public school for the past 10
years, has resigned.
Miss Josie Kane is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. L. E. Cartwright, in Marathon.
Mrs. E. L.. Rhoades, of Hubbard City,
is here visiting her niece, Mrs. Geo.
Mrs. E. E. "Winters, of Langtry is
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. O. Hub
bard, of this place.
The Chambers boys are drilling a
well for Mrs. M. Bishop on her new
property in town.
Rev. B. V Allen held services in Fort
The Chamber of Commerce
Is in Charge Property
Deming, X. M., June 27. Commis
sioner Robert Ervein and territorial en
gineer Vernon L. Sullivan, of the terri
torial roads commission, Inspected the
roads in the vicinity of Deming', in
company with Dr. J. G. Moir, chairman
of the good roads committee of the
Deming chamber of commerce, and X.
A. Bolich, a member of the committee.
Messrs. Sullivan and Ervein arrived in
Deming by automobile from Silver City,
where they inspected the Mogollon
Irvine & Raithel have installed an
electric motor to run their ice cream
Harry S. Plummer and Geo. S. Eos
"vrorth have given notice of their inten
tion to make final proof for their
homesteads. Their claims are east of
Deming7 near Carne station.
H. C. Teel, of Indianola, Neb., Is
prospecting In the valley.
R. E. Laffoon, of the firm of McCan
& Laffoon, has gone to Missouri to
make arrangements to move his family
The following deeds have been filed
the past week:
Deming- City "Water company to Chas
R. Hughes, lots 22, 23 and 24, in block
T, townsite of Deming; United States
to Ephraim Cole, final receipt north
west i section 4, township 25 south,
range 9 west; Ephraim Cole to Chas.
"W. Van Hook, same property; United
States to Wm. Trexler, patent to lots
Xos. 3, 4, 5 and 6, in block 4, "Wallis
survey, town of Deming-; Wm. J. "Wamel
and wife to A. C. Raithel, lots 10, 11
and 12, In block 34, B. & M. Chapman
map of Deming; A. C. Raithel to Walter
L. Johnson, lots Xos. 10, 11 and 12.
block 34, according to map of townsite
of Deming; Briton S. Brown to Dexter
Brown, lots 11 and 12, in block 41, of
"Wallis survey of townsite of Deming;
Lillian "W. Frieborn and J. A. Frieborn
to Calvin L. Baker, west of north
west of section 10, in township 24
south, range 9 west, containing 20
acres; United States to Wm. P. Burch
COL.OXIA DFBIiAX YOUNG
WOMEX PLAX FOR STUDY.
Organize Domewtle Science ClniHCs Old
I Folks Hold Party Jlormon Col
onists Personal Xevrs.
Colonia Dublan, Mex., June 27. The
Young Women's Mutuals have organ
ized a class for a summer course in
domestic science and art, for the bene
fit of the young women. ,
At the party for old folks in Colonia
Juarez, father" Wilson, aged 84, and
mother Thomas, aged S2, were crowned
and made king and queen for the oc
casion. Claud Bowman has been called to
act as second counciler to Willard Call,
superintendent of the Sunday schols, to
fill the place made vacant by the de
parture of Lee Romney, who has gone
to study medicine.
Willard Call has gone to the moun
tains to work in the commisario of
Mr. Wicks, a contractor.
A. B. Call has seven acres of beau
tiful wheat that has never been irri
gated. COLONIA DIAZ AVHEVT YIELD
GOOD LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
Colonia Diaz, N. M., June 27. The
j wheat Is turning out better than was
expected and everybody is busy in the
Abner Keeler has returned home. He
I has been near BIsbee, Ariz., for two
Mrs. Jennie Parrey. of Colonia Juar
ez, is visiting her parents. Mr. Parrey
is in Arizona.
Bishop Johnson writes from Salt
Lake City that the land deal In Del
Rio will be a success. F
HEVW RAIX XEAfl DEMIXG
PUTS "WATER IX RIVER
Southern Pacific Official A'isits Large
Pnmoinc Plan; Prosnectors In
Valley; Personal Xeivs.
Deming, N. M., June 27. Enough rain
fell in the Cooks range of mountains,
on the head of the Mimbres, to put
plenty of water in the river as far down
R. i. Stubbs, assistant general freight
and passenger agent of the S. P., was
here Investigating the agricultural pos
sibilities of the valley. He was shown
a number of the largo pumping plants
and was very much impressed.
R. C. Freeman and R. E. Hirst, of
Louisville, Ky., are here looking ' for
Investments in .the Mimbres valley.
Mrs. L. J. "Williams of London, Ky., is
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Jno. McTeer.
A. D. MeFarland, of Spearville, Kans.,
Is prospecting in the valley. "
J. M. Young has returned from Ken
tucky. Rev. Bush Goodloe met his -son Victor,
who has been in Ardmore, Okla., in Bl
Paso, and they arrived in Deming.
Morris Xordhaus left Sunday for
Reno, Nev., to see the Johnson-Jeffries
Miss Katherine "Wamel has returned
from Boston, Mass., where she attended
the Boston Conservatory of Music.
J. E. Clinton's house was burglarized,
the thief succeeding in getting away.
Mrs. J. X. Upton has returned to her
home in the Mimbres valley.
JAYTOX GIRL MARRIES AT
RANCH H03IE OF PARENTS.
Miss Ara Blanche George Becomes AVife
of AV. A. Foley, Aralentine Busl-
Jayton, Texas, June 27. Miss Ara
Blanche George, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Thomas George, Avas married
at the ranch home of her parents to
William Archibald Foley, of A'alentine,
Texas. Rev. Mr. Sharp, of Jayton, offi
ciated, using the Episcopal ring serv
ice. The ceremony was held in the draw
ing room of the home, which was deco
rated with smilax and adorned with
ribbon tied into lovers' knots. The
bride wore a gown of imported net lace
over white silk.
Following the wedding, dinner was
served at the ranch home, many guests
being In attendance, among them Mrs.
Lou Foley, mother of the groom; Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Jay and Milton Sandell.
Mrs. Foley was reared at Jayton, but
for the past two j-ears she has con
ducted a private school In A'alentine.
While in A'alentine she met Mr. Foley,
who deals in real estate and is also
cashier of fhe A'alentine Mercantile
company. Mr. and Mrs. Foley have
gone to Cloudcroft for their honeymoon.
They will be at home In A'alentine after
JSOLOMOXA'ILLE NEAVS NOTES.
Solomonville, Ariz., June 27 Judge A.
C. Baker, of Phoenix, Ariz, attended
Louis and Bernard Fruedenthal, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Ph. Freudenthal, who
have been attending school for a year
past in New York city, have arrived to
spend their vacation at home.
Miss Nell Piatt has returned to hex
home In Saffora
County Division and State
hood Bill Discussed at
Clifton, Ariz., June 27. A mass
meeting- of citizens was held in Li
brary hall to discuss the question of
an election for Greenlee county, as the
bill passed by the Arizona legislature
making a separate county out of the
north, end of Graham, provide: that the
present officers of Graham county shall
perform their duties for the new coun
ty of Greenlee until January, 1911. The
clause in the statehood bill providing
that all county officers shall hold over
until the state organization is com
pleted has complicated affairs. It wil'
probably be another year before the
state constitution is ratified.
The meeting, presided over by Lamar
Cobb, was attended by prominent local
representatives of both political parties,
and lawyers, all of whom were unde
cided as to what steps to pursue. The
county division bill provides that the
supervisors of Graham county shall call
the election for Greenlee county, but in
the face of the clause in the statehood
bill, there seems but little likelihood
of the supervisors taking action. How
ever, there seems to be nothing in the
bill prohibiting such an election.
As the mass meeting failed to reach
a decision another was called for Wed
nesday night. A committee composed
of the legal representatives of Clifton,
Judges Egan and Lain. attorneys
Kearney. Horton and J. R. Hampton,
and Lamar Cobb and Harry Wright
was appointed to report to the next
TRIAL OF 11CREXCI JUSTICE OF
PEACE AT SOLOMONTILTiE.
Set for Fall Term of Conrt Suspended
Sentence for Tndlnn J. T. Ilrny
InjnredIT.envy Rnln Falls.
Solomonville, Ariz., June 27. The
trial of justice of the peace J. E. An
dress, of Morenci, Ariz., is scheduled
for the fall term of court. He is
charged with shortages.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Parks and
little son, Walton, accompanied by Mr.
Parks's mother, Mrs. John Parks, have
gone to Mineral Wells, Tex., where
Mrs. John Parks will take a course of
baths for rheumatism.
The old Indian, Ercinente, indicted on
the charge of stealing a calf, received a
suspended sentence pending good be
havior. He pleaded guilty but stated
that he and his squaw had been with
out food for two days prior to the
killing of the calf.
Miss Vinle Hundsen has returned to
A team belonging to the Solomon
Commercial company became fright
ened at an automobile and started to
run, but the tongue of the wagon
dropped to the ground. J. P. Bray
jumped to the heads of the horses and
attempted to hold them, but the tongue
of the wagon hit him, knocking him
down and both horses and the wagon
passed over him. He was picked up
and carried to the hotel porch, where
Dr. Collins attended him. Beyond be
ing severely bruised he was noj In
jured. Mis Ysabel Daley, of Thatcher, has
Mit SImms, manager of the Big
Ranch, has finished cutting grain.
A refreshing and delightful rain fell
! at Solomonville Saturdav afternoon. It
revived all crops.
! CATTLE PREYING DOGS
I KILL.ED XE.VR VAX HORX.
One Brought In" Alive "Workmen
Build House on Ynrbro Kancli Good
ltnln North of T. &. P. Railway.
Van Horn, Tex., June 27. The wild
dogs which have been killing many
cattle on the E. H. and O. Bounds ranch
near Allamoose were captured and
killed. "W. C. Beach, with his father's
famous dogs, broke up the band, Mr.
Beach roping one and bringing it here
R. Durrill has had some good rains
on his ranch north of the T. & P.
Tom Yarbro "has a force of car
penters and Mexicans at work on his
new house on his ranch near Dalberg.
Miss Nell White, who has been visit
ing at the Yarbro ranch, has gone to
"Will Neil, who has been in El Paso
attending court, returned here- on his
wav to his ranch in Salt Flat.
Mrs. B. F. "Wills and two daughters.
Misses Vera and Gladys, have been in
from the ranch for supplies.
A. Clayton has been unloading lum
ber for the Lobo Lumber company, at
Mrs. T. C Turk has gone to Colorado
City for a visit with relatives and
A'NT AIAIL SERA'ICE FR031
YAl'GHX TO LAS VEGAS
3Inny Stores and Residences Under Con
struction at Arauglin; Baptist Church
Extends Call to PnMor.
Araughn. N. M., June 27. Secretaries
Hunker and Fleming of Las Vegas and
J. W. Stockard. manager of the Ros-well-Araughn
auto mail route, are en
deavoring to secure the establishment
of an automobile mail route between
Araughn and Las Vegas, over the Rock
A call has been extended by the Bap
tist church of Vaughn to Rev. J. H.
Campbell of Montainalr, N. M.
Harrington has completed his new
store, and staged his picture show.
Vaughn now has two picture .shows.
W. K. Hall, of Coffeeville, Kan
track foreman of the Santa Fe, has
moved his family to A'aughn.
J. P. Taol has returned from a visit
to friends in Albuquerque.
Ike Chanler Is building a residence
south of the school house.
H. H. Holt and bride of Midland. O.,
are visiting his father, W. D. Holt. They
may locate here.
AV. H. Angell lias purchased a lot ad
joining his store and wHl put up an
other business house at once.
W. M. Hill has commenced a new
F. J. Kobe has gone to Peoria, 111.,
for his firm.
Louis Madill is building a home on
J. L. Meayo is building a house on
his lot on Eighth street.
YAL A'EItDE COIXTY'S TAXABLE
WEALTH SHOAYS HIG INCRE VSE.
Del Rio, Texas, June 27. The tax
able values of A'al A'erde county have
increased over $100,-000 In the past year,
according to tax assessor J. M. F.obert
son, who has just completed the tax
rolls for the current year. The assess
ments for his year were made prior
to the signing of the contract for the
Orient railroad and an assessment
made today would undoubtedly s1ioa
an enormous increase. Though the in
crease for 1910 over 1309 is very grati
fving. the showing that will be made
rext year will overshadow current fig-
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FIXTURES ARRIVE FOR
VALEXTIXE DRUG STORE.
Committees Prepare for July 4 Celebra
tion Drouth Cause. Closing
Valentine, Tex., June 27. -The stock
and fixtures for the Valentine Drug
Co. have arrived and are being set up
by contractor Janes.
The committee for the barbecue and
entertainment have been busy practic
ing and making arrangements for the
July 4 celebration.
Owing to drouth in this section, Val
entine's people have been short on fresh
meat for their table, the markets being
L. F. Hughe, clerk at the round
house, has returned from a visit in El
A fire at the home of P. M. Smith
was etinxguished with little damage
Mrs. Lou Foley, who has been visit
ing in St. Louis, Mo., has returned
Mr. ii nd Mrs. Lpstpr Smith havp re-
i turned from a visit at Fort Stockton.
E. D. Stegall is expecting His mother
and father from Georgia for a visit.
Mrs. L. M. Morse, who has been sick
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D.
McAnelly, is recovering.
Dr. George B. Graves, who was mar
ried to Miss Sarah Jenkins, of "Waco,
has returned here with his bride.
NO GALES A DISTRIBVTING
POINT FOR AlEXICO MELONS
Tomato Season Closes: Mining Machin
ery For Cananen Aline; Academy
Xogales, Ariz., June 27. The tomato
season in Sonora is about over, but big
" shipments of inta!oupes and melons
j arrive here daily, as well as figs and
oilier iruiis, en ruuie iv yuniLs. iu iuc
Roy & TItcomb, Inc., have shipped
two cars of mining machinery to the big
The Sisters" Academy is under con
struction and will be completed for the
fall term. )
Travel over the new Tucson-Nogales
railroad is da y increasing.
John Higginbotham, a mining man of
Hermosillo. passed through Nogales en
' route to Iris home in England.
Mrs. P. J. Agulrre will remove to Los
Angeles to reside.
J. L. Wilcox and family of Santa Bar
bara, Mex., are visiting in Nogales.
TULAROSA II ABA' DRINKS
rOISON SERIOUSLA' ILL
Reiivul Services Close AVith Nine New
Members for Methodist Church
Cattle Inspector for Shipment.
Tularosa, N. M.. June 27. The baby
boy of Charley Anderson is seriously
ill from poison. Mrs. Anderson had
sprinkled the floor with carbolic acid
and water. She set the pan down nad
the baby got the pan and drank part
of the liquid.
The, Methodist revival has closed with
nine new members for the church. They
are: Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Shields, Mrs.
T. B. Meek, Mrs. I. AV. Lcntz, Mrs. A.
C. Meek. Mrs. Edna Hastings. Dan Mc-
Guire, J. E. Anderson and Minnie
W. G. Davenport and family and
Dora Harris have returned from a visit
! on the Hondo with Mrs. Ennis Hil-
Tom Tucker is here from Alamogordo
inspecting cattle for shipment.
Dan Shoemaker has returned home
after several weeks work at Bent. I
A A'lTAL POINT '
The most delicate part of a baby is '
it s voweis. Lvery ailment that it suf
fers with attacks the bowels also en
dangering in most cases the life of the
infant. McGee's Baby Elixir cures di
arrhoea, dysintary and all derangement?
of the stomach or bowels. Sold by all
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ity or weakness
of men. women
all Skin Diseases.
tu.rrh. Heart Dis
ease. Lung Trou
ble Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Femalo Internal
t on or acute
. LY CURED. Of-
10b X. Ca-oelL. Eel Phono 2910.
vniaoa.tcr'a.UlAsiond II randy
1MI! 1-1 Ttnii TVl 111 ri 1II
boies. sled with Blue Ribbon.
M afco bo outer. Bar of your V
DIAMOND BRAND PLLLS. for 83)
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1 SOLD BY DRUGGISTS HfRBfWKEtt
FORT SUMNER STATION
RECEIPTS SHOAV INCREASE
AA'ater Canal Breaks Qnickly Repaired.
Hotel Addition Nears Completion.
Ranch en Cut Alfalfa.
Fort Sumner, N. M., June 27. The re
ceipts at the local station show an in
crease every month never less than 50
percent and sometimes over 100 per
cent. The canal company sustained two
more small breaks which were repaired.
The additfon to the Commercial hotel
is about completed.
f The Lovelace drug store will move
pto its new store building in a few days.
Two more buildings have been moved,
from the west end to the east end of
The alfalfa harvest is on again.
DEL RIO ONION SHIPMENT
NETS TOP NOTCH PRICES.
Del Rio, Texas, June 27. Local truck
growers are highly pleased at the re
turns from the carload of onions
shipped from here to Philadelphia
which brought top notch prices, and
in many Instances going above the re
turns to sections on the border that
have shipped onions for years. The
onions brought 4 cents in Philadelphia.
The result of this shipment assures oth
er cars of truck and fruit to be ient to
the eastern markets.
is the only t fit description for the man
or woman who is crippled with, rheu
matism. Just a few rheumatic twinges
may tie the forerunner of a severe at
tack stop the trouble at the start with
Ballard's Snow Liniment. Cures the
rheumatism and all pain. Price 25c, 50c
and $1.00. All druggists.
Tfw clggst Poultry Feed Mtcsfftctiirtr
! the worfcL Try a btg of his ftt&i
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
fctakts Hms Uy
PURINA CHICK FEED
Savts laky Chicks
(Always la CtockirkMni lift)
FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt and Refine, or Purchase,
Gold and Silver in any form. Corre
spondence invited. Strictlv confidential.
C. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
304 San Francisco St., El Paso, Texas.
independent Assay Off!
D. W. RtcsHAKT. E Jtf.. Proprietor.
Agent fcr Ore Shippers Assays on4
Chemical Analysis. Mines ExamlnM
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Office astt Laboratory:
Cr. Sa FnacbM CUtaatatSte.
Custom Assay Office
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers, Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322 r San Francisco St. Phone 324.
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