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Friday JgJ PASO HERALD August 12, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest 5
News Of the Great Southwest
The Greatest Sacrifice Si
Women s Oxfords
Ever held in El Paso. 8000 pairs
of high grade Oxfords and Pumps
go on sale Monday, August 15th.
Full Details Saturday (Aug. 13) Herald.
m & si p 215 Ei
Lerner Shoe Co. st.
OF PEAKS LARGE
Cantaloupes Alsfo Plentiful
in the Lower Valley.
Alfalfa Crop Good.
Ysleta, Texas, Aug. 12. As the pears
ripen they are being shipped to eastern
markets by carload lots. Thee hae
also been large shipments of cantaloupes
the past "week.
Tne showers oi the past few days
hav; been of great benefit to the ui
falfa. Howard Coffin has been here super
intending pear shipments from his
Mrs. George Buchanan and little
daughter, Elzina, have gone to Cloud-r-r-nft
fnr spvpral -waeks.
Miss Mary Blancbard has returned)
from El Paso -where she has been en
gaged in recording deeds.
Workmen are busy repairing the roads
G. H. Clements is improving slightly
from a severe illness.
Miss Elizabeth Lucy, of Jackson,
Miss., is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
MOTHER AXD BABE BURIED
IX THE SAME COFFIX
Child Lived One Day After Demise of
Its Parent; Father Arrives for
Tucumcari, X. M., Aug. 12. Her own
burial suspended because of the rains
and high waters, Mrs. L. Petty, who
died here and was to have been Interred
"Wednesday, was accompanied to the
grave "by her infant child who follow
ed her in death by only a day. The two
were buried In the same coffin, the
babe clasped in the mother's arms. The
aged father of Mrs. Petty arrived bare
ly dn time to- view the deceased.
Try Herald "nTant Ads.
Sleeping Cars to
St. Louis, Mo.
OIL BURXIXG LOCOMOTIVES
City Ticket Office
St. Regis Hotel
"T3ie Philippines as I Saw
Them," by General James F.
Smith, ex-Governor of the Philip
pines, and "California's Black
Gold, the Romance of the Oil
Wells," hy Walter V. Weelke. In
Sunset Magazine for August, now
on sale at all news stands, fifteen
Via Chicago, Niagara Falls,
I I LOCOMOTIVES j I
, - I
RETURNING via steamer to New Orleans or Gal
veston. Return Limit October 31st. Liberal
Insist on your ticket via Chicago lzi connection -with The Grand Trunk
(International Double Track Route).. For detailed information
apply to your nearest agent or write
H. G. ELLIOTT.
FIRST ASST. GEN.
135 Ad-Jms Street
FARM EXPERTS TO
MEET AT DALHART
Great Gathering of Govern
ment Men to Be Con
ducted This Month.
Dalhart, Tex., Aug. 12. The Great
Plains Experimental Farmers's associa
tion composed of all United States ex
perimental stations on the plains from
Canada south to Mexico, meets in Dal
hart August 23, 24 and 25. Over 100
United States delegates, including offi
cialsof -the agricultural department at
Washington, will be here.
Much Interest is being taken In the
meeting and many farmers from every
district will be in attendance. The city
is making preparations to entertain the
visitors in a royal degree.
Dalhart has not been honored here
tofore by such an important gathering
and the county was never so favored
with beautiful crops as this season.
National speakers will be In attend
VAX HORX ARRAXGES FOR
A NOVEL BARBECUE
Odd Kello-wH Originate the Plan; Sports
"Will Form Part of the Day'A
Van Horn, Tex., Aug. 11. The Odd
Fellows are to have a barbecue tomor
row and the other citfzens have united
'with them and to participate In the
sports, races, ropings and dancing.
T. B. Floyd has about completed
His new home on "his land that he re
cently purchased from the state about
one-half mile east of town.
George Bingham and bride are in
town en route to their ranch in Salt
Mr. Evetts was b'rought to town quite
ilL He is supposed to have been spider
bitten and is now under the care of
the physician, i
Miss Daugherty from the figure 2
ranch is visiting Miss Lillian Hall -this
Miss McClure of Colorado City, - sis
ter of Mrs. Turk, is visiting here for a
Mrs. R. A. Espy, who has been visit
ing in Fort Davis, has returned. Espy
Miller, her grandson, returned with her
for a short visit.
Will Geaslin has just painted his resi
dence. A. Clayton, who has been in Lobo for
a few days, has returned.
J. L. Mills of Plateau is in town for
How old are Von O
W your hair
No man likes to look older- than he
is. Every woman on earth absolutely
abhors such a condition.
You may be 30 In years, but If you
are baldheaded or grey, people will
-urely take you to be many years older,
and you will be helpless to prevent.
Dandruff is the root of all hair evils.
If It were not for the little destructive
germs working with & persistency
worthy of a better cause, there would
be no baldness.
Parisian Sage, America's greatest
hair restorer, will keep you looking
young and attractive.
It is guaranteed by Kelly & Pollard
to make hair arrow, and stop falling
hair; to cure dandruff In two weeks; to
stop Itching of the-- scalp almost in
stantly. Parisian Sage is the most Invigorat
ing, satisfying and pleasant hair dress
ing made; It makes the hair soft, luxur
iant and handsome; it is especially
praised by women -who love beautiful
hair. Parisian Sage is for sale by Kelly
& Pollard at 50 cents a large bottle,
or by express, prepaid, from the Ameri
can makers, Glroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo,.
N. Y. The girl with the Auburn hair
is on everjr bottle.
VIA BAIL AND OCEAN
NEW YORK, N.-Y.
,St. Lawrence River and
NOW HAVE SEWERS
Everybody Is Eeady for the
(By Mrs. W. S. Tilton).
Cloudcroft, N. M., Aug. 12. Judge W.
A. Hawkins, legal representative of the
E. P. & S. W., met with the property
owners of the Cloudcroft resort to dis
cuss putting in a sewer system. It was
unanimously voted to accept the com
pany's offer, which was to put In the
main lines of sewerage, of the very best
material and septic traps, free of
charge, if the property owners would
consent to have every lot connect -with
the main sewers. A vote of thanks was
tendered the company for its offer. A
committee was appointed by chairman
J. A. Eddy, to form a plan whereby the
expense of the connections would be
pro rated so that it would fall no
heavier on the property owners off the
main line of the sewer than those living
Every one with a guilty conscience
took to the woods yesterday. The Texas
sheriffs came up on the noon train, 100
strong. Of course these guilty ones
had picnic baskets along with them
and pretended they were just off for an
all day In the woods.
All the committees of the Chautauqua
are hard at work; the reception commit
tee has elaborated its plans and it will
not be the simple affair that was at
first suggested. There will be a train
committee to meet all trains and show
the strangers to their rooms. The pro
gram committee is very proud of its
work. The ways and means commit
tee is not having the hard time that was
expected and the amusement committee
is finding more talent than It knows
what to do -with. An old fashioned
spelling bee with a blue back spelling
book will be one of the features.
Miss Mamie McGImpsey of El Paso, is
the guest of Mrs. H. D. Slater at Cabin
Mrs. R. E. Hall, Mrs. G. A. Williams
and young son, who have been occu
pying the Walker cottage for the
summer, left yesterday for El Paso.
Mrs. Lamar Davis, children and nurse
and Miss Kate Adams and Mrs. W .M.
Laughlin and daughter, Irene, are oc
cupying the Walker cottage for the
J rest of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hale and family
have taken the Springer cottage. "
Those registered at the Lodge lately
are: Mr. W. M. Laughlin, El Paso;
Irene LaughHn, El Paso; Edwin Behr,
El Paso; Ed Robertson, El Paso; Frank
H. Rice, El Paso; W. H. Grom, Fort
Worth; Hazel I. Shelton. Alamogordo;
Mabel Carwite, Dallas; Robert E. Hor
ton, M. D., New York; W O. Ansley.
London, England; R. A. Balthers, Forest
Service; W. E. Dunbar, Dublin, Ireland;
Frank Lacey, M. D., Vaughn, Texas;
Sam A. Booker, Forest Service; R. D.
Leye, Dallas; R. W. Canby and wife, El
Paso; R. D. Barnum. El Paso; H. W.
Shedd, El Paso: Y. R. Harris, El Paso;
Manuel Schwartz, El Paso; W. F. Belk,
Anthony, N. M.; Mrs. L. C. Palmer,
Houston; Miss Lottie Palmer, Houston;
.T. S. Canfield and wife, Roswell; W. W.
Irwin, Roswell; J. A. Sharrom and wife.
Edna; J. R. Elwel, El Paso; Mr. Dovey.
El Paso; Max Moye, El Paso; Mrs. C. C.
Mills, El Pa?o; Mrs. A. J. Van Dyke, E
Paso; R. .Dink, Milwaukee; P. H. Hynn,
Beevllle, Texas; Rev. M. Egan, Alamo
gordo; P. E. Warren, El Paso; Leo. E.
Anderson, Cloudcroft; TV. E. Dunbar,
Albuquerque; Hazel .Shelton, Alamogor
do: Nena B. Warnook, Alamogordo. Joe
Gordon, Kansas City; C. Robertson,
Kansas Cit?; A. H. Mast, Kansas City;
C. TV. Howth, Beaumont, Texas;James
Wilson and wife. El Paso; Carl Geiger,
Xew Orleans: J. S. Geiger, Xew Orleans;
Mrs. Paul Lesso, El Paso; Miss Leola
Levy, Natchitoches, La.; Miss Mary S
Levy, Natchitoches, La.; Geo. H. Russell.
Orange, Cal.; Elsie .Schubert, El1 Paso;
Mr and Mrs. O. J. Binford, El Paso;
Miss Ethel Wallen, El Paso; Miss Clara
Toleman, El Paso; S. C. Gardner and
wife. El Paso; Stanley Bevan and fam
ily, El Paso; Thomas L. Gleen, El Paso;
Dr. Gudger, Alamogordo; A. J. Carpen
ler. El Paso; T. O. Breadingall, El Paso;
O. B. Sawyer and wife, Beaumont; J. W.
Ru'-seil and w fe, Shreveport, La.; Mrs.
J. B. Armstead, Shreveport, La.; Jos.
Merken, El Paso; W. A.: Hawkins,
Three Rivers, N. M.; A. C. Turner, Beau
mont, Texas; B. H. Allen. Beaumont,
NEW MEXICO SUPREME COURT
REXDERS TWO DECISIONS.
Santa Fe Board of Trade Elect Officers
Santa Fe Conple Are Married
by the "Vicar General.
Santa Fe, N. M., Aug. 12. Two opin
ions were handed down in the territor
ial supreme court. In the case of Franz
Schmidt, as trustee In bankruptcy of
Jasper N. Bryoyles, of San Marclal, ap
pellee, vs. the Bank -of Commerce, ap
pellant, involving a payment of $2283
to the ba-nk as a preferred creditor, the
court sustalnes the judgment of the
lower court that the bank had no right
In the case of George K. Neher, ap
pellant, vs. Angel'O Viviani, et al, ap
pellees, involving a claim of $3000
damages growing out of a building con
tract for an opera 'house at Albu
querque, the supreme court affirms the
judgment of the, lower court holding
ngalnst the claim.
The Santa Fe board of trade has
elected Dr. James A. Rolls, president,
James V. Norment, vice president; K.
L. Cooper, secretary; Frank W. Owen,
corresponding secretary, and J. G.
Americo Digneo, a local businessman,
and Miss "Margarita Berardinelli, were
msirried at the cathedral by vicar gen
eral Anthony Fourchegu. Michael
Stanton was best man and Miss Lucy
Sens, bridesmain. The couple went to
Denver en a wedding trip.
JSTadine Face Powder
Produces aBeautlful Complexion.
In Green Boxes
I "HE soft, velvetv aDDearanrp romaiiK
jj until washed oft. Pureed by a new I
process. Harmless ns wntpr Pro. !
vents sunburn or return of discolorations.
Whiti. FUsh. Pint, Bruntiie. 50c by Toilet Counters
or Mail Money back jf not entirely pJeaied. Prepared by
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris. Tenn.
"-oil by Kelly & Po-hard and all dru'-
BUILD NEW HOME
Have Purchased Land for
the Erection of Fine
Tucumcari, N. M., Aug. 12. Architect
J. C. Berry, of Amarillo, is here con
ferring with a committee of the local
lodge of Elks relative to the plans for
a new Elks' home to be erected on East
Main street, during the coming fall. The
ground for the home was purchased
several weeks ago, since when the in
corporators have been busy perfecting
the plans for a modern club house to
cost in the neighborhood of $15,000.
Rev. and Mrs. TV. H. Dubois are here
from Fort Morgan, Colo., on a visit to
their brother, H. H. McElroy, district
attorney. Mrs. Louise McElroy returned
with him after an extended visit to
Thurman Sears and Paul Jones, of
Logan, N. M.f Tere visitors here.
T. J. Ersklne is temporarily located
at Amarillo, Tex. .
F. H. Hanby has returned to his home
at Stonewall, Tex.
James Jamison has returned from an
extended visit to points In California.
The chamber of commerce has been
called to meet In special session at the
armory, next Tuesday night.
Mrs. A. D. Gaudin has returned
from a visifto Cimarron, N. M.
TVm. A. Schuble, the contractor,
leayes next week to erect a $30,000
school house at Silver Cltj
SAFFORD DEMOCRATS WILL
HOLD THEIR. PRIMARIES.
Dance to be Given for Baseball Teams
In Theater Conple Celebrate
' Their Silver Wedding.
Safford, Ariz., Aug. 12. The Demo
cratic primary will be held in the new
Brier theater Saturday afternoon, In
the evening a dance will be given- in
honor of the TVilcox ball team who
will play the home team Saturday and
Sunday at Athletic park.
The second crop of iKxney was taken
from the hives last week and all the
bee raisers report the commodity of
splendid flavor and In. great abundance.
Among those having large apiaries
near this place are: Blake, Mauer,
McLaughlin, Williams and Swanger.
County abstractor Chas. Yetv and
Mrs. Robiiis'Otfi, of Cochise, were mar
ried at that place and will be at home
at the county seat after August 15.
Miss Angia Robinson has returned
from a two weeks stay with relatives
Ed Waters lias removed his family
from Globe to this place. They are now
occupying the Jennings house on M
The most enjoyable and charming so
cial affair of the summer was the sil
ver wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Dowdle. given at their su
burban home. Under a large natural
arch formed by two trees the bride
and groom of 25 years ago received
their many guests. They were assisted
by Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Dowdle, Mrs. T. Fre-i-man
and Miss Lillian Freeman. Mrs.
Nelson was Mrs. Dowdle's bridesmaid,
as was Mrs. Jack Freeman, who was
alsopresort. Those present at the re
ception who were at the-weddlng 25
years ago were: Mr. and Mrs. William
Whipple, Mesdames Jack Freeman.
William Nelson, Freeman, Messrs. W.
R. Fonda and Peter Anderson. Re
freshments were served.
Mrs. J. N. Robinson, of Globe. who
Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Geo. S. An
drus, is suffering from tonsllitls.
Frank Patterson and Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Branch motored to Indian Hot
Springs, where they will spend a week
taking the bahs
Contractor Barnes, who has the con
tract for the WIskersham house, left
for Los Angeles on a short business
trip. Foreman Meyers is getting the
work under way.
Mrs. Geo. R. York, of Cave creek,
is spending the month with her moth
er. Mrs. N. P. Beebe. She is accom
panied by her small son.
Robert Daniels was here this week
en route to his home at Globe from
southwestern California, where he has
found very encouraging signs of large
oil fields. He will return soon to fur
ther develop the find.
Mrs. Mary Blrdno has come from Bis
bee and will spend some time with her
sons, John J. a-nd George.
Clarence Ellsworth has returned from
a two years mission work for the Mor
mon church. Most qf the time was
spent In New South Wales. Mrs. Ells
worth met her husband at Los An
geles and accompanied him home.
TV. C. Roundey Is a business visitor
In the valley from Globe. Mrs. Roun
dey will In him soon and pay a visit
to her mother, Mrs. C. Wish.
FORT DAVIS TERM CLO'JRS
FOR THE DISTRICT COUlT
3Iany In Attendance at Ten Days' Ses
sion; Numerous Cnes Disponed of?
Fort Davis, Texas, Aug. 12. The dis
trict court of Jeff Davis county closed
after a 10 days session, the busiest
court dn five years. A number of per
sons came to town to attend.
D. Sumner was acquitted on a charge
of cow theft in the Mitchel case and the
case against him on n charge of theft
of Riley Smith's cow was continued, j
P. "W. Kenney got judgment against
D. Sumner for $2300 damages for per
sonal Injuries which he alleged he re
ceived in a flit at Alpine several
Commissioners' court Is in session.
Oscar Medley, Capt. Gclette and TV. T.
Jones report good rains on their
Dr. and Mrs. D. T. FInley from Ros
well, N. M., visited old friends In Fort
TV. Kelsey's reservoir is nearing com
pletion. Cal McElroy's suit for divorce was
The TV. D. Casey suit was continued.
District judge Douglas Is spending
the rest of the week in Fort Davis with
his family- He will open court In Marfa
August 15 with the usual big docket.
Prosecuting attorney Thurman re
turned to his home in Del Rio for a
Lawyers who attended the district
court at Fort Davis, Texas, were judge
Higglns. Van Sickle, C. Buttrell Hol
bertand J. Gelette. all from Alpine.
Lee Kingston and Chas. Splitgarber,
from Balmorhea, were in to attend the
I. O. O. F. lodge.
" Miss Millis who has been visiting
Mrs. H. C. Bird has returned to her
home at "Waco. Texas.
Mr. Thompson, wife and children, from
Houston, Texas, are visiting at the
ranch home of Mrs. J. TV. McCutcheon.
J TV. Espey and family have moved
into their new residence that has just
been completed in Fort Davis.
Miss Minnie Bridges, of Luling, Tex,
was a visitor at the home of S. A.
Tompson during court.
Charley Pruett and wife and Miss
Jettle Pruett were in town Sunday in
their new ca-
WjbLY SO WEAK?
Kidney Trouble May Be Sappinp: Your
Life Aivay. EI Paso People Have
Learned This Fact.
When a healthy man or woman be
gins to run down without apparent
:ause becomes weak, languid, depressed
suffers backache, headache, dizzy
spells and urinary disorders, look to
the kidneys for the cause of It all.
Keep the kidneys well and they will
keep you well. Doan's Kidney Pills
cure sick kidneys and keep them well.
Here is El Paso testimony to prove it.
Charles M. Wilson, 1313 Texas street,
en Pdun. Texas, says: "I have used
Tinon' TTidnev Pills off and- on for
many years and have been given ample
proof of their merit. In February.
1907, I publicly recommended Doan's
Kidney Pills and at the present time I
take pleasure in confirming all I then
said in their favor. I began to suf
fer from kidney trouble over twenty
years ago and during changeable
weather or when I took cold, my condi
tion was always worse. I had an acute
pain in my right side and any sudden
movement caused sharp twinges to
dart through my body. Often I was
confined to my bed for a week at a
time. I finally began using Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at Kelly & Pol
lard's drug store and they brought me
prompt relief. As they have always
benefited me when I have used them
since then I naturally hold a high opin
ion of them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo
New Tork, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's am
take no oth"
TULAROSA YOUNG FOLK
PICNIC AT AVHITE SANDS
Postmaster Resign; Xeiv Store Build
ing; Woman Joins Theatrical
Compaio ; Personals.
Tularosa. N. il.. auet. 12. The Misses
Mary and Abbye Meek, Mae and Nell
Sanders, MIra Hargrave, Sarah Callo
way, Dora Harris and Messrs. Will and
Barney Sanders and Louis Reed went
picnicking on the white sands.
Mrs. B. F. Hampton has joined the
Hall Musical Comedy company and will
travel over the territory.
Julius Herfort has returned to El
Paso, after a visit here with his moth
er, Mrs. Anna Herfort.
Dick Hall and Andrew Prude are vis
iting at A. J. Hall's at Three Rivers.
Dan Gugin and Neil Hirm have gone
to Elephant Butte dam to secure work.
M. O. Stacks is here from Ft. "Worth,
Texas, visiting James Abbott and
John Hilburn is here from the Hondo
visiting Dan Harris and family.
Andres Gonzales, who has been on a
short visit at Alamogordo, has re
turned. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brown have gone
on a short visit to Alamogordo.
Fred and Ralph Gutierrez have gone
to the San Andres mountains.
Charley Johnson has returned, after
a week's trip on the Ruldoso.
Juan Saenz, of Nogal, is visiting
Miss Dollie "White has resigned as
postmaster and Clovis Aguilar has taken
The Rivas building will be completed
next week and Mr. Rivas will move
his grocery store there.
Joe Merkin of the Boston store in
El Paso Is here on business.
' Jose Ramirez is working at the Ala
mogordo mines for a few days.
BABY MEETS ACCIDENTAL
DEATH AT COLOXIA DUBLAX
Colonla Diaz Woman Dlen; Pearson
Folk Return to Diaz to Live; Live
XciTH of the Mormon ColonieH.
Colonia, Dublan, ilex., Aug. 12. Mrs.
Lemuel Splllsburry had her four months
old babe riding upon a load of hay,
when the hind wheel came off, throwing
the company of six persons violently
to the ground. The little child struck
the side of Its head so violently that it
survived only a few hours.
Claire Smith Is in a hospital in EI
Paso, -where he underwent an operation
upon his eye.
Mrs. Annie Lunt came down from
Colonia Pacheco to meet her husband,
who has been traveling with Dr. Bry
an on the coast for the last four
Lee Chandler has undergone a third
operation in El Paso. He will not be
able to leave the hospital foF two
Professor Guy C. Wilson and family
have come in from their summer vaca
tion and summer Institutes.
Notes From Colonia Diaz.
Joseph Jackson, who was an invalid j
, for a number of years, is dead.
I Mrs. Jane Keeler has been over to
Janos visiting the sick. .
Aflumber of families who have been
at Pearson for some time have moved
into Diaz again.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gruell have
taken their little baby to El Paso for
Miss Lillian Norton and Charles Scott
were married in El Paso this week.'
Mr. Scott went to El Paso to meet Miss
Norton as she was returning from Ari
zona. The parents of Mrs. Celestia Norton
have come to Diaz to live with their
The domestic science class gave an
exhibition of cooking In the shape of
an excellent dinner.
AT VAUGHN RESIGNS
Two Xew Church Societies Have Been
Organized: Building Improvements
Are Planned: Numerous Visitors.
Vaughn, N. M.. Aug. 12. Mrs. T. M.
Dumus has resigned as assistant post
master and Miss Lillian Williams has
been appointed to fill her place.
Earl Bochs has leased one of the
Pardue buildings and moved his con
fectionery from the east side.
Miss Somary Ezzell has bought a
Think of her at
tempting to make
ice cream in the
way I "With
she can make the
most delicious ice cream in ten minutes,
freezing and all, at a cost of about one
cent a dish and never go near the stove.
Your grocer will tell you all abont
lfc, lr juu uou jou a, uuua. uuiu mo a
Cotiocaa Pnrn "Ponrl flo "La "Rnv. TT' V I
if you will write them.
Grocers sell Jell-0 Ice Cream Pow-
der, two packages for 25 cents.
i x vim tarn 1 K-'
1 S.T-MBp BfwlE-'
1 Veal Stew, 1 (r
1 per lb iVL
J. J.0 aa kxJ
(Successor to Stetter & Schneider.)
WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.
PHONE BELL 14.
business lot on Cedar street wltn the
Intention of Improving it.
Mrs. D. H. Hancock of Trenton, Tex.,
is visiting her daughters, Mrs. T. M.
Dumus and Mrs. Cain.
Judge Spencer Hardie has commuted
on his claim, a short distance south
west of town. He has let the contract
to Dumus & McMullen to survey and cut
it up Into town lots, and another at
tractive addition to Vaughn will be open
John Karrle of Vaughn and "Wm
M. Moore of Merkel, Texas, has taken
this week 160 acres additional to their
A Christian Endeavor society was or
ganized here, with a membership of IS.
Women of the BaRtist church have or
ganized an aid society.
Miss Maggie Sears of Celeste, Texas,
is the guest of Mrs. T. M. Dumus.
XACO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 1
Democrats Choose Delegates to Attend
Convention at Donprlas; Services
In Catholic Church.
Naco, Ariz., Aug. 12. Public school
will open here on September 1.
Democratic primary voters have elect
ed C. M. Sanders, J. J. Newell, John
Towner to attend the convention at
Douglas on Aug. 20, for the purpose
of electing candidates to the constitu
Dr. O. W. Brandon has returned from
a month's visit to Indianapolis, Ind., and
vicinity, where Mrs. Brandon and son,
Robert, have been spending the sum
mer. M. G. Brown, store manager for the
Copper Queen at this point, is taking his
vacation, -which he expects to spend in
Grover C. Keeney is visiting in
Naco, where his wife and baby have
been the past month.
Col. W. C. Greene tvent to Cananea,
Mex., In his private car Verde.
Governor Torres of the state of So
nora, Mex.. came up from the south.
Rev. father Barrott visits Naco once
or twice a week and holds service in
the Catholic church on the United States
side of the line.
James Jamble of the customs service
is at present stationed at Lochiel, Ariz.
H. H. Telafarro, for two terms justice
of the peace at Naco, is a visitor, hav
ing spent the last few months in Cali
fornia. Good rains fall here daily. Cattle
COLONIA PACHECO BUILDING
A NEW BRICK SCHOOL HOUSE
Other Improvements Are Being Made
at This Colony of the Mormons;
Frnit Is Doing Well.
Colonio Pacheco, Mex., Aug. 12. The
Porter Bros, have been engaged during
the past few weeks in adding the fin
ishing touches to the school building,
which, to date, has cost about ?10,0D0.
The building, which is of brick, con
tains class rooms on the lower floor
and a hall and stage in the upper story.
The building is finished in native pine
and a hard white finish In the interior.
Considerable building is going on, the
improvements Including some brick res
idences. The trees are laden -with an abund
ance of the finest apples and plums,
and new orchards will come into bear
ing next year. Blackberries produce
tremendously and many plants will be
ORGAXIZE A XEW CLUB
Select Delegates to Be Supported at
Primnrles; rancher Dies After a
Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 12. The Republi
cans of Nogales have organized the San
ta Cruz County Republican club, with
a charter membership of between 50
and 60. with officers as foHows: Dr. V.
A. Smelker, president: B. Cumming and
Thomas Keough, secretaries; Eddie
Mix. treasurer. Various committees
were appointed. A general meeting has
been called at which plans for the cam
paign will be discussed.
The following seven delegates to be
voted fo.r at the primary were chosen.
E. Titcomb, H. K. Chenoweth, H. G.
Summer Concerts J
Everybody lias his own Summer Concerts at Home, I
if tie owns an
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan.
"W. Q. Walz Company
Talking Machine Dept. 103 El Paso Street.
August Eecords Xow on Sale.
have us fill their requirements in
meats and poultry. We have a
reputation for 'selling only the
finest meats and our prices are
such as to please all our custom
ers. Note the following: "
Chuck Eoasts and f
Steak, lb 1UC
Special, lb. .x. . .
PHONE AUTO 1014.
Glore, Dr. Smelker, E. K. Cumming, S.
F. Noon and E. Mix.
General manager Ingram. oT the S. P.
lines in Mexico, passed through enroute
to Los Angeles.
Mrs. Maude Matthews and little
daughter, Maude, have returned from
Judge Ed Williams is again seriously
D. W. Cumming died at his ranch
near Nogales after a long illness and
was buried in the city cemetery. Mr.
Cumming was 76 years of age and was
a pioneer settler well known through
out the county. Two sons and one
daughter survive him.
Arthur Barber and Miss Lucile New
mann were married at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Nev.-mann, on Sonorta avenue, Mev. C. P.
Morgan officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Bar
ber will reside in Nogales.
VALEXTTNE RANCHES ARE
REPORTED IX" GOOD COXDIT'lOV.
Valentine, Tex., Aug. 12. Dr. and
Mrs. Younken. who have been visiting
their daughter, M?s. Walter Chambers,
have returned to their home at Yoa
D. Wallace is fn ft Dm the X ranch
for supplies and reports rains in that
lo : lity
Pullam & Gourle,,-, nf Alpine, have
secured pasturage Troni Joe Sitters for
400 cattle for 12 months.
Dr. B. M. Vick, who Is building a
new residence, is in for lumber and
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Gooh. of Holland.
Springs, are in win- a. suppiv of young
chickens and esgs, for which "they fin 3
a. ready market.
Will Evans, from the H. V. ranc.
reports the cattle men all rejoicing
over the present outloxZc Lr good
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Feet? Corns, Callouses or BbhIors?
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