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News Of the Great Southwest:
Eli 'PASO HERjULD Ttesda" Ausust 4 191- ews Of the Great Southwest , 7
LAS CRUCES AND
Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent head
aches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning,
"heart-burn," belching of gas, acid risings in throat after
eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells,
poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred
If you have any considerable number of tho
aboTC symptoms you are suffering from bilious
cess, torpid. liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made
up of the most valuable medicinal principles
known to medical science for the permanent
cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most
efficient liver -invigorator, stomach tonic, bowel
regulator and nerve strengthener.
The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum,
c full -list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested
under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harm
ful habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, triple-refined
glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of native American medical,
forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, N. Y,
AND CLEANS STREETS
Street Car Company Suffers.
Negro Women Walk into
It rained alike on the Just and un
just Wednesday afternoon. The rain
started about 5:30 p. m. and for 15
minutes it worked overtime. Streets
were flooded, car tracks were covered
with sand from the mesa on the north
Bide and traffic was tied up until the
wrecking crew could Ret busy and
clean off the tracks. The rain was ac
companied by a few flashes of the
choicest lightning that has been seen
In these parts for some time. Follow
ing the rain a beautiful rainbow ap
peared in the east as a fair weather
nd Park and Fort Bliss j
lmes were tied up lor more tnan an "'" umu, jous xiuuieiu, .-uuu-hour.
The cut on the Fort Bliss line Querque; Rudolph Miller, Dorsey; E. J.
filled with water and it was impossiDie
to cross it until workmen had cleared
the tracks. The emergency crew of
the street railway company was work
ing until late Thursday night opening
the line. The storm sewer on Oregon
street carried the flood water off with
out the usual flood at the transfer sta
tion corner and on the down town
The rain drove the street crowds to
cover wherever a shelter could be
found. Those who sought shelter un
der the awning of the Trust building
were provided with an impromptu vau
deville performance while the rain con
tinued. The street in front of the Tur
ner & Davis building was flooded un
til it was running even with the side
walk. This was not apparent to the
persons crossing the streets until they
had waded into the water over their
ankles. Then it was too late and they
were forced to wade through water to j
their knees in crossing the street. Two
negro women walked into the watery
trap and their screams and display of
pink and lavender hosiery could be
heard a. block.
AITO PERSOXAL XETVS.
Alto. X. M., i3ig. 4. John Llnam
and daughter, Miss Maud, have returned j
from Tularosa. v
Miss Fannie Kite and Miss Mabel WI1
Icerson of Roswell, X. AL, whohave been
visiting at the home of Mrs. A. J. Gil-
mnr-o fnr thi Tiflst two weeks, have re
turned to their home in Roswell.
Watt Gilmore and Oliver Jackson !
have returned from Tularosa.
Av J. Gilmore and family went to the
Huidoso and visited the families of Dr.
E. J. Cowart of Capitan and Dr. B. E.
Lane of Las Cruces, who are camping
there for a few weeks. !
Eczema A G-erm Disease
Can Now Be Cured.
The Medical profession is all agreed
that ECZEMA is a germ disease, but the
thing that has baffled them Is to find
eome remedy that will get to the germs
and destroy them.
Zemo, the clean, external treatment,
las solved this difficulty by drawing
the germs to the surface of the skin and
destroying the germ life that causes the
disease. The whole method of treat
ment and cure by ZEMO is explained in
an interesting book on the subject is
sued by the makers of ZEMO. It tells
how to cure yourself at home of Eczema,
Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff, and ail
diseases of the skin and scalp. Call at
Knoblauch's drug store for booklet and
learn more abput this clean, .simple
remedy that is now recognized the
standerd treatment for all diseases of
the skin and scaln.
Ths Kggest Poultry Fisd Hanufactunr
Is ifte world. Try a bag .of his feeti.
1 Pfim'A sftSATftu svzn
ififtkis Hess Lay
PUBINA 0KS0K FEED
Stvts Saby Chisfcs
(JUwsys in C&eck&f&ttKi Base)
FOR SALE 2Y
0. G. SEET0N
COL. PUR1KA W
aso Military Institute
L'XITED STATES ARMY OFFICER C030IA2DAXT.
Students prepared for colleges, universities, government academies, or busi
ness. Thorough work. Small classes. Individual attention. Institute adjoins
United States army post. For prospectus address
CAPT. H. E. VAN SU5DA&1, .Superintendent.
Room 315, Herald Bldff.
GOT. MILLS MAKES
Mines and Parm Delegates
to Los Angeles Militia
Santa Fe, X. M., Aug. 4. Governor
Mills has appointed the following del-
, egates to the thirteenth annual mining
congress at Los Angeles, September 26:
C. T. Brown, Socorro; J. TV. Fleming
Silver City; A. W. Harris, Kingston;
W. S. Hopewell, Albuquerque; Margariro
Romero, Las Vegas; John Y. Hewett,
White Oaks; William Kirschner, Raton; j
iieroert . v oleott, Chloride; J. TV.
Akers, Santa Fe. and J. H. Crist of Mo
nero. He appointed the foHowlng as dele
gates to the Dry Farming congress at
Spokane, October 3: Charles X. Black
well, Raton; Patricio Sanchez, Mora;
Dr. S. Locke, Springer; E. A. Miera,
Cuba; M. M. Chase, Cimarron; C. De-
-". -"" . -- -- -aimer, agoii
Mound; George A. Fleming, East Las
Vegas; M. M. Salazar, Springer; Howell
Earnest, Clayton; D. T. Hoskins, East
Las Vegas; A. Hi Harris, East Las Ve
gas; Felix Esquibel, San Geronimo; W.
H. Slaughter, Tucumccri; H. B. Jones,
Tucumcari; A. James McDonald, Clay
ton; Willard Belknap, Naravisa; Ramon
Gallegos, San Jose; H. B. V. Smith, San
ta Rosa; Frank X. Page, Buchanan;
Charles A. Scheurich, C. R. Worral, J.
S. Edwards and R. C. Reid, Cloves;
Celso Lopez, Santa Fe; W. O. Oldham,
and W. E. Lindsey Portales; John W.
Corbett, Mountainair; George H. Van
Stone, Estancia; M. T. Moriarity, Mol
arity; Frank J. Saeger, Carrizozo; W. L.
Ewing, Amistad; Ira O. Wetmore, Tula
rosa; T. A. Millinghast, Elida; J. D.
Tinsley, Mesilla Park.
Much disappointment was caused by
..ne announcement of adjutant general
- - s- Brookes that the war department
"as aiiowea only ?jo,ooo instead of $6o,-
jovuKea tor to taKe the .New Mexico
national guard to the encampment at
Jiascaaero, California, In consequence
only two batallions of four companies
each, forty men in each company, and a
battery of light artillery will be able
to go. Forty men will be taken In the
case of each of the five companies that
stood highest at the annual Inspection
this spring, while from the other six
companies only twenty men each will be
Jose Aragon and Ben Wales were ar-
rested today at Uallup by Deputy U. S.
internal revenue inspector T. C. McCon-
nelI charged with selling liquor in vio-
iauon or tfte internal revenue laws.
-iiiey pieaoeu guilty before U. S. com
missioner Bushman and in default of
u11 ere remanded to jail for trial at
the September term of the federal court
The Xew Mexico Horticultural soriA-
ty has ejected the following delegates
to the Irrigation congress at Puelo,
Colo.: Ex-governor L. Bradford Prince
of Espanola; ex-governor Herbert J.
Hagerman of Roswell; colonel Ralph E.
Twitchell of East Las Vegas; general
Edward F. Hobart and Charles E
Michael of Santa Fe.
The territorial supreme court has af
firmed the case of the United States vs
Oliver M. Lee et al, involving the right
to construct canals, irrigation ditches
and flumes across unsurveyed public
land In Otero county the water being
taken from Dog and San Andreas can
yons in the Sacramento mountains. The
lower court refused to grant an injunc
tion against tHte defendants and the
government appealed. The supreme
court sustains the lower court, but as
sociate justice Ira A. Abbott dissented.
In view of the conservation controversy,
the decision is of much interest.
BUJLD XEW CHURCH
TV. IL Ketcliem of Washington Do
nates One Thousand Dollars for
This Purpose; Tularosa ews.
Tularosa, X. M., Aug. 4. TV. H. Ketch
em, director of the Catholic bureau at
Washington, is here and gave $1000 for
the purpose of building a Catholic
church at Mescalero, X. M.
Ramon, son of Xicanor Brusuelas, was
baptized Sunday at the Catholic church.
Juanita Rivas is spending a week at
Mescalero. X. M.
R. S. Tipton is here from Cloudcroft,
X. "XL, putting up his, alfalfa.
Andrew Prude Las returned from a
visit (with Mabel Hall at Three Rivers.
Mrs. Effie Hall Is here from Three
Rivers visiting Mrs. J. F. Hall.
Dr. Blaney is here from Oscura, X. M.
G. B. Bent and Walter Oneal are here
from Bent, X. M., looking after business.
Mrs. L. A Riggs? wife of customs in
spector liisg at Tucumcari, X M. is
visiting her mother at 1014 North Flor
To Eradicate Skin Rashes
Skin rashes or redness that appear
on your face, hands, arms, legs, back
or body should be treated at once wfzx
Littell's Liquid Sulphur CoaiDound Jnf
onlj' are they bad themselves, but Ec-
! mmn. rftn "jinr-tci Tirlf-V . .. .
Unless you ve had Eczema you can't
conceive of the horrible itching, burn
ing, maddening pam. Whether' you're
just at the beginning or far along in
your suffering Litteirs Liquid Sulnhur
Compound will stop all itching Instant
ly and eradicate the disease bv pene
trating the pores and killing all
i germs. Best treatment for skin dli
eases Eczema, rashes, pimples sore"
hives, prickly heat, etc Sample bottle
sent postpaid for 10a Shuma-Snini,,,.
o.. St. Louis. Mo. i
First Xational in Business
Only Three Years Proves
Pecos, Texas, Aug. 4. If anything is
needed to indinnt thp sta.'hllitv nf Ppr.ns
OTlfl fTlfc oo ! " f-lm hifHnflec? mkn I
point to the splendid showing of the
First Xational bank, now three years
old. The first six months the Bank was
established it paid interest of four per
cent upon a capital of $50,000 and the ;
next six months it paid five per cent,
a total of nine per cent the first year,
when most banks are glad to make ex
penses. The first half of the second!
year, the dividends were seven per cent
and for the Cast half of the second year,
eight. The first half of the third year
they -were nine and the last half theyI
were eleven making a total of 44 per
cent paid inhree years, being over 14
per cent a yar on anaverage. The
bank makes the boast that it has never
borrowed any money and that it now
has as undivided profit the sum of
$20,763. John T. McElroy, who is one
of the directors in the First Xational
Bank of Commerce at El Paso, is pres
ident and T. H. Beauchamp is the cash
ier and has had the active management
of the bank since Its formation.
Old Hank Is Stable.
There was already one bank in Pecos
when the new one was formed the Pe
cos Valley bank, a private institution
of 17 years standing at the time. It is
still 'operating and doing a good bus
iness, which demonstrates again that
Pecos is a town with money and men
who are capable of handling it.
as an Indication of how real estate
selling in Pecos, Sam White has
just bought the Morris addition to the
town of Pecos, consisting of 16 blocks,
of 12 lots to the block, for ?15,000.
And he saj-s he is going to make money
on the deal at that. He has-been selling
the blocks off at $1200 apiece and over.
This property is the old homestead
of judge and Mrs. A. M. Walthall, of
El Paso. Their residence burned while
they lived at Pecos and they sold the
land and went to El Paso. The place
has two artesian wells upon it, one
which judge Walthall had put down,
and an orchard of peaches, pears and
figs, besides a number of pretty shade
trees. Mr. White expects to uild him
self a home in the orchard where the
Walthall home stood, and set out 'trees
along all the other streets.
The Electricians May Be Li
censed; Oliaiity Commit
tee Does G-ood Work.
Bisbee. Ariz.. Aur. 4. The Mexican
bo3 who was found drowned in a water
ipool on the old Copper Queen hospital
onv iu ucvu lufmiistxi as JUDinno oanez
The lad was playing witft another Mexi
can hoy and while walking on a lo
fell into the water, drowning before help
arrived. AVhen his mother reached. x the
place she attempted to commit suicide.
Following the breaking into the All Na
tions barber shop three other houses in
O K street are reported to have been
burglarized. Constaible Twomey believes
that a gang of robbers is at work in
that section of t'he city.
City physician Williams lias reported
tli at 23 birt'hs and 22 deaths occurred in
Bisbee doiring July.
Complaining at the citv council meet
ing thait several inexperienced electricians
are doing business in Bis'bee. the city
electrician proposed that a license be
made obligatory for all practicing elec
The street commissioner has renorted
that about 3000 cubic yards of debris left
by the recent flood have been removed
from the streets of Bisbee at a cct of
over $800. ,
It is reported that hundreds of rats
lie dead along the tracks at the fourth
level of the Eolbrook shaft, having been
asphyxiated fov ihe gases developed in the
recent fire there.
A third suit has been filed bv George
B. Wilcox vs. Cochise county for an al
leged debt of $1317.
On account of the death of J. D. Me
Ewen, who was floor manager of the
bail, the Upper Lowell club house will
not hold the dance programed for this
According to secretary Miss Cumminss
200 cases have been handled by tilie local
charity committee since its organization
in March, 1909. The majority of appli
cants were destitute. This institution is
supported bv local business men. Chil
dren are taken cre of and sent to the
Los Angeles home; Mexican are lib
erally assisted and when necessary are
sent to their native country at the ex
pense of the committee. Europeans do
not usually apply to this committee, as
they appeal to their respective consuls,
wiho have a special dharity fund.
OF YSLETA FOLK
El Pasoans Motor to the Old
Town Mesa Ranchers
in For Supplies.
Ysleta, Texas. Aug. 4. Joe Gonzales
has gone to Leon Springs to take part
in the maneuvers of the state militia at
Mrs. Julius Loewenstein and little son.
of El Paso, are guests at the Blanehan!
A large number of the mesa colony
are in for supplies.
Irs. Max Schutz .went tq El Taso
Tuesday to accompany her husband
home. Mr. Schutz has been at Providence
hospital for Sknt weeks, where he under
went a severe operation. He is rapidly
recovering his strength.
G. PL Clements is quite ill at his
ranch. Casa Blanca.
r"i vii- S.iir
El Paso and formed a dinner party at the
NEWS OF SOLOMUU VILLE.
Solomonville, Ariz.. Aiip. A. Station
agent J. A. Xordlaw, with his wife and
children, is off on a vacation. Tihev will
visit their oH. home at Eureka Springs,
Ark., and Niagara Falls, returning via
Mrs. M. M. Combleth is very ill.
Miss Florence Lacv for a time will re
main wirli her sister, Mrs. E. T. Usshcr,
at San Jose, joining the famil later at
Albert Gillespie and Arthur Tidwell
have bought the ice cream parlor of Tom
Moore and will continue ibhe business.
The corral at the rear of the Fitzger
ald building is being repaired.
David Freudenthal of Xew York citv,
after a visit wirt-h his relatives here, ha
continued his journey to California.
CRUCES WOMEN TO
SPELL FOR SODA S
Want to Establish Booth at
Convention; Lodge Is
Lns Cruces, X. M.. Aug. 4. The local
W. C. T. U. held a meeting at which a
plan was discussed and formed to invite
the Civic league to participate "in a speil
ing match for the purpose of raising
funds to aid in maintaining 'a soft drink
thir3t quenching booth in Santa Fe for
ithe delegates to the constitutional con
vention. If the league accepts, the match
will be held "ivithin the next two weeks.
The Alinnza lodge is active, despite
the summer weather, eight new appli
cants having passed recently, .three of
whom tvill be initiated on August x4. be
ing H. C. Strong, B. H. Moeller and Casi
miro Candelario. The other five will be
taken in on August 2S, at which time a
banquet is to be given by the lodore.
The engine of the Las Cruces Railway
company, whica is on exhibition in the
'window of W. D. Tiptons drug store,
was a continuous attraction 3'esteTday.
Xestor Armijo has returned from a
three weeks vacation at Long Beach.
T. W. Insall. formerly with the Lum-
1 berman's National bank of Houston.
Texas, comes to Lns Unices to take a
position with the First Xational bank.
Robert L. Foulkes. with the Farmers
Xational bank of Fort Worth, and son of
Rev. W. E. Foulkes, with Prof. E. E.
Edwards, of the Fort Worth high school,
is visiting his father's family in this
i)r. and Mrs. 0. H. Brown are in El
Paso todar with their daughter Isabel,
who is there for surgical treatment for
J. 0. Miller, register of the Xew Mex
ico College of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arts, leaves todar for Detroit to attend
a convention of the registers of all nTi
caritural colleges of the states and terri
tories, which is to meet in that oitv. Prof.
Miller will stop off en route at Denver
to visit his father.
A. F. Blattler and familv of Mesilla
Park will leave in a few days for Enid,
Okla.. their future home, having traded
their Mesilla valley ranch for one at
Dr. A. S. Robertson left Wednesday
for the Pacific coast, where he will snend
Oscar C. Snow has joined his familv at
Long Beach, -where he will spend a short
W. C. Buel has begun the erection of a
dwelling house on his ranch between Las
Unices ana .1esu1a nirh. 1
keeper for the Francis E. Lester com
panv of Mesilla Park.
Las Cruces had the experience of not
having a single train from the north
Wednesdav on account of a washout near
San Marcial, as neither the morning nor
the evening train came in till after 12
oelock that night.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M., Aug. 4 The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been filed with the recorder of Dona
Ana count v:
11 W Xichols et ux. to I. C. Rub'- an I
wife, warranty deed to lots 22, 23, 24, 25.
26. 27, 32. 33 and 34, of the Alameda
tract, situate about one male north of
Las Cruces; consideration $17,500. .uatcd
Ajril 25, 1910.
Sunshine Valley company to Mrs. T. D.
Coupland, warxantv deed to lots 13, 14,
15, 16 and 17. in "block 17, of Mesa
Heights addition: consideration $125.
Dated May 13. 1910.
Sunshine Valley company to Tim Sul
livan, warrant v deed to lots 13. 14 and
15. in block 5. of Mesa Heishts third
addition consideration $100. Dated July
Julio Guerro et ux. to E. A. Leach
warranty deed to the northeast quarter
of section 30, township 25 south of range
3 east, containing 160 acres: considera
tion $3200. Dated July 25. 1910.
Emma L. Berkc3 et al. to Charles
Schutz. warranty deed., to lots 21 and
22, in block 18, of Valle3' View addi
tion; consideration $100. Dated July
29, 1910. T
Charles J. Meade, deceased; petition,
order, bond and letters filed.
LAS CRTTCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, X. M., Aup. 4. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel Don
Bernardo: Mrs. X. E. Bovd and Mrs. F.
A. Bo3-d, Boyds Well; l C Wile', Al
buquerque; J. R. Craikhead, Denver; A. B.
Crawford, Albuquerque; F. McClure,
Washington, D. C; Gus . Pollack, Clii-
Park hotel: Mrs. A. Fanohez, St. Au
gustine, Fla,; W. S. Smith. Eden, Miss.;
Charles S. Lattman. Snn Francisco; R.
W. Bergin. Jefersontown, Ky.: J. C. Bcr
gin, Jeffersontcwn. Kv.: J. B. Weekard,
El Paso; J. T. Reeves. El Paso; H. A.
Poggenburg. Milwaukee; 0. A. Davidson,
El Paso: F. E. McLaughlin, Hot Springs,
Ark.; 11. W. Tavlor. El Paso.
TORREON FIRE LOSSES
ARE BEING ADJUSTED.
Hotel Man Complains of Customs In
spection in New York on His Re
turh From Europe.
Torreon, Me. Aug. 4. Edward Her
mans, representing the Atlas-Manchester
Insurance company and the Union Insur
ance company, has arrive,! here to ad
just the claims of J. Perez Maranon &
Co., proprietors of El Telegrafo and 0
the state pawnshop. La Companin de
Creditos y Aborros. recentlv damaged by
fire. Mr. Heymans has allowed tlie al
lowed the entire claim of ?60,000 on
the stock and fi.vtures of El Telegrafo,
and expccts"to finish the adjustment of
the claims of the Compania de Creditos
y Aborros within the next few days.
Julius Sternau, of this citv. has"ust
returned from a two months trip to Eu
rope, and comes back with a complaint
against the customs inspectors in Xew
York.x Upon reaching Xew York he made
a declaration of all the dutiable -nods
aaM 5 ra? . s
which 3ie had gathered -upon his trin, he
says. Avith the understanding that "they
were to be sent through to Mexico in
bond. When he arrived at home he
found the bag. in which he had sent his
things, propexlv sealed, but the valuable
contents hid all J?en removed. lie ca
bled to the Xew York authorities, holding
them liable for his loss.
VISIT IX TA. PASO
Mrs. Z. L. Pettlsrew has for her
guests her sister,. Mrs. M. P. Mulkey
and daughters. Misses Annie Hurl and
Elise from Nashville, Ark Mrs. Mulkey
will visit in Oklahoma before returning
COL. GREENT2 AT XACO.
Col TV. C. Greene in his private car
Verde, is in the railroad yard bound
south. He will spend a day or so at
Irrigation Concern "Winding
Up Its Litigation Bond
holders Take It Over.
Barstow, Tex., aus. 4. The Grand
Falls Falls National Irrigation com
pany has been sold here at sheriff's
sale for $5700. It is capitalized at
The difficulties of the company arose
over charge of mismanagement. W.
A. White, of El Paso; asked for a re
ceiver for the company several months
ago, on behalf of himself and other
land owners and water useis and it
was granted by district judge S. J.
Isaacs. The company appealed and the
cause was reversed, but meantime the
bondholders intervened and levied
upon the canal property. The sale
took place yesterday and E. R. Blair,
of Sedalia, Mo., one of the owners of
the bonds, bought it in. J. H. Rodes
and TV. T. Elmore, also of Sedalia. were
with him, they being bondholders also.
The bondholders will repair the ca
nal and make an effort to give better
service to the land -owners.
There is at present no water in the
canal, but this is not the fault of the
canal company, as the Pecos river is
like the Rio Grande dry and water
less. The complaint of Mr. White and oth
ers in their application for a receiver,
set forth that the management of the
canal company had failed to keep the
canal in repair and had in ther ways
"disregarded the welfare of the land
owners depending upon the canal for
WELLS ARE SUNK IX
AXD XEAR VAL.ENTIXE
AVatcr is Plentiful: Calves Shipped to EI
Paco; Many Ranch Improvements;
Personnl and General New.
Valentine, Texas, Au&. 4. V?. L. Cass
has finished the well for W. E. Bell on
hi .land, one mile from town. This well
is 297 feet in depth, affording an abun
dant supply of pure, soft water. Mr.
Cass is now moving his drilling outfit
to Chispa. vhere he will repair a well
for J. J. Means.
Br. B. M. Vick of Holland's Valley is
in town for lumber and supplies. He is
adding two large rooms to his resi
dence. J. G. Pullam of A'Ipine is here looking
for a location for his cattle.
Mrs. R. N. Everett, who has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Medley, is now at the El Merto
ranch with her father.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Smith, in com
pany with Mrs. J. M. "McReynolds. Miss
es Anna Gorman, Mary Smith and Bir
tie McAnelly, made a flying trip to Bo
racho in their new Jackson car. Miss
Gorman boarded the T. & P. for her
home at "Weatherford.
S. E. Bunton, P. M. and Frank Smith
have returned from Ft. Davis, where
they have been attending court.
l5. G. Knight is in Valentine enroute
to his ranch after a visit in Marfa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Howard are here
from their ranch in the Holland range.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L.. Cass and children
f and Miss Willie McNeil of Valley Mills
are visiting friends in Valentine.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Quinn of Houston
are guests at the ranch home of Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Snyder.
Capt. J. B. Gillette sold two cars of
beef cattle to the Alrdoin Meat Mar
ket of El Paso.
W. C. McBride is screening the porch
es of the residence of C. C. Janes.
A. P. Applegate Is working on the
resWence of P. T. Spruill.
Peaches, plums and grapes grown on
the X ranch in the Ft. Davis moun
tains are being sold in Valentine.
BIG PUMPING PLANT
IN MIMBRES VALLEY
Texans Buy Section and a Half of Land
at Midway nnd TVU1 Erect a Lum
ber Yard and Store.
Deming, N. M., Aug 4. A. D. Paxton,
a California orange grower, has let a
contract for the installation of a 1000
gallon pumping plant on his place, six
miles east of Deming. It Is Mr. Pax- j
ton's intention to raise alfalfa in the J
Mimbres valley. !
Hiram Lucas and Harvey Tingle,
both, of White City, Texas buoght a
section and a half of land twenty miles
south of Deming. Improvements will f
begin upon this land at once. Wells
into crops next season. Mr. Lucas will
also put In a lumber yard and store at f
MIdway, a station on the El Paso &
South western, half way between Dem-
ing and Hermanns and near which the ,
land Is located.
HAD SCALP (
Itched So that She Scratched Until
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Hair Began to Grow Again and Now
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"TVhen my little daughter was about
five years old, she was taken with the
measles. A. tew weeks
after the measles were
gone, she began to have
a severe scalp humor.
It itched1 so that she
would scratch the whole
day, until the blood
came. We had a doctor
and tried a good many
other remedies, but
nothing helped. Her
hair all fell out and the
scalp itself had an un
"After we had tried
all the other remedies,
my wife told me to try
the Cuticura Remedies.
We bought one cake of
Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura
Ointment. We used the Cuticura .Rem
edies according to directions and in
about three or four weeks her scalp was
perfectly clear of the terrible humor.
Her hair began to grow again and now
she has beautiful, long hair. Sincethat
time I have recommended the Cuticura
Remedies to other people and they also
had success. Chas. Salzbrenner, Amana,
Iowa, Nov. S, 1909."
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Gen. George Custer
To Leave Behind a Memory of Bravery
and Character is an Achievement
Another achievement is
Successful because they are made of choice
tobacco grown in the Piedmont District.
Pictures of your favorite baseball players in
the "big leagues" are now in Piedmont packages.
IO for 5c
Piedmont Cigarettes are packed in, ?1H FOIL
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sufficient number of new peers to so
into the house of lords and to vote that
ancient institution to suicide. It Is'
equally apparent that the king will
desire to escape the embarrassment of
receiving' such a demand. For the first
time in more than a century, it is pos
sible that the king might refuse to take
the advice of his ministers, and that
that refusal might receive the approval
of the people.
King George occupies apposition of tre
mendous responsibility, and the world
will -look: upon the gradual revealment
of his political faith with breathless
interest. Upon his beliefs may depend
the future course of British govern
ment and. therefore, the future peace
of the world. For it must not be for
gotten that George has a tfousin also in
the king business, and that between
these two cousins lies the fate of the
two greatest nations of Europe.
Tomorrow The German Advance.
I A Militant and Ambitious Man.
The women of tWe Catholic church who
have the children's picnic in charge will
meet at the residence of Mrs. C. E. Kel
ley, 900 Mesa avenue, at 4:30 p. m., Friday.
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