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News Of the Great Southwest
12 News Of the Great Southwest
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0?E2f ALL NIGHT.
WEATHER AT THE
Chautauqua Continues to Be
Interesting Many New
(By Mrs. TV". S. Tilton.)
Cloudcroft, X. M., Aug-. 2G. One
glorious day right after another is
what Cloudcroft is enjoying now. Xever
has the weather been more beautiful.
While The Kerald tells of the weather,
in other places standing at 101 and 109
degrees, Cloudcroft registers 5G.
At the Chautauqua yesterday Mrs. C.
Clayton Patch gave a talk on "Foods
for the Sick," which was most instruc
tive. Mrs. Ruth Hicks Fee, who was
to have given the lecture, was unable
to be present and Mrs. Patch filled her
place most abiy.
Miss H. trace Franklin, director of
the "Woman's Charity association, gave
an intensely interesting paper on the
charity work among the sick babies in
The evening session was given over
fo Prof. J. Manly Morgan, president of
the Xew Mexico Baptist college. His
subject was "Some American Contribu
tions to Civilization."
Mrs. W. A. Kirkland and family, of
Houston, have taken the Krupp cottage
for the rest of the season.
R. B. Rawlins, auditor of the E. P. &
S. W., has returned to El Paso.
W. K. Marr. J. A. Bradshaw, B. M.
Cowan and "W. O. McXary went out to
the Indian reservation yesterday on a
Miss A. M. Bearhope and Miss H.
Grace Franklin are the guests of Mrs.
H. D. Slater.
Dr. Gudger and family, of Alamogor
do, are spending tjie week at the Lodge.
Mrs. John Donohoe and family re
turned to El Paso yesterday after en
joying two weeks of Cloudcroft.
Will E. Race ran up for a day to
visit Mrs. Race and to view the new
LiOdge. Miss Wanda Race and Miss
Gladys Dyer are expected up for the
Registered at the Lodge are:
Mrs. W A. Kirkland and maid, Hous
ton; R. B. Rawlins; El Paso; A. B.
Crawford, Albuquerque: "Will E. Race,
El Paso: Mrs. H. L.' Roberts, Galveston:
Mrs. I. E. Moller, Galveston; Miss Lillian
Moller, Galveston; J. A. Bradshaw. "W.
K. Marr, B. M. Co nan, "W. O. 'McXary,
El Paso; Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Wheeler,
Dallas; Miss Daisy Murphy, Alamo
gordo; R. A. Bathics, Forest service;
H. O. Snyder, Pueblo, Colo.; E. E. Ford,
St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. B. Vinson, Car
of all E! Paso are on
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HEAVY RAIXS FALL IX
VICINITY OF 3IAYIIILL
Most AVater In Pena.sco In Fonr Ycnrs;
Third Alfalfa Crop Cut; Xew Houses
May hill, X. M., Aug. 26. This section
was visited with general rains last
week and the Penasco was higher than
it has been for four years.
Oscar Anderson of Elk is completing
a four room residence-
W. A. Paxton sold his ranch in
James canyon to Lewis Tipton, and is
moving to Lakewood.
G. W. Smith and family left for
Ballinger, Tex., where he has taken a
position as electrician in a light plant.
Miss Josie Xations leaves Monday for
Roswell to attend school this winter.
The third cutting of alfalfa is being
harvested on the Mayhill ranch, and
the crop is good considering the dry
Tony Curtis and sisters. Misses Rosie
and Xora, left for Artesia with cabbage.
Bernard Clieve, the merchant at Elk,
went to Cloudcroft.
The forest rajrers are being changed
about, Jim Sclraltz from Pinbn to
Sacramento; J. "W. Beaubeeker from
Sacramento to Pinon; Jim Simmons
from Fairchilds to Weed; J. W. Ander
son from "Weed to Fairchilds. John R.
Plowman is on a 30 day leave of ab
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jergins, a
HORSE INJURES BOYvI.V
SOLOMONVILXE HAY FIELD
Animal Became Frightened anil Pitcthed
Him Over the Fence: Solomon
v Allle Folk Home From
Solomonvilie. Ari?L An? fi Tvhii.-r
H. Claridge -was raking hay the horse
attached to the rack became frightened
and ran away. He pitched Claridge over
the fence, bruised him and shook him
Mrs. A. Diaz and daughter, Miss
Antonia, have come home after a week's
visit in Morenci, Ariz.
Rev. J. P. Bray has returned from
hi camping trip in the Artesia district
much improved in health.
Mrs. T. S. Bunch and Mrs. Gertrude
Anderson visited friends in Safford.
Frank Ringgold returned to Clifton,
Ariz., after a few days vacation.
Mrs. Charles W. Parks and son, Wal
ton, and Mrs. John Parks, have re
turned from a two months' stay at Min
eral Wells, Tex. Charles Parks met
them at Bowie.
MONEY FOR ROSAVELL. TEAM
RAISED WITHIN TWO DAYS
City Cleric Raises 000 in Jiff Time to
Send the Team to the Territorial
I Fair at Albuquerque.
Roswell, X. M.. Aug. 26. The SGOO
needed to bear' the expense of sending
RoswejH's crack baseball team to thli
territorial fair at Albuquerque, to com
pete for the $1000 p'rize, was raised by
George Williams, city clerk, in two
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WEDDING AT TCLAROSA:
PERSONAL, NEWS NOTES
Tularosa, X. M., Aug. 6. Fernando
Ramirez and Macaria Garcia, of this
place, -were married Thursday at the
Catholic church by father Migoa.
Will, George and Ida Harkness have
returned to Cloudcroft after a visit here
with Mrs. D. D. Harkn.ess.
Pranusia, daughter of Julio Salsido,
and Bernardo, son of Andy Little, at
La Luz, were baptized in the Catholic
church by father Migeon.
Mrs. Ennis Hilburn is here from Alto
visiting W. G. Davenport and family.
Contract Let For Handsome
Structure in the City
BURT0IM,IZG0 CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
&SB 1 & 1
307 S. El Paso St.
We will move with Young's El Paso Furniture Co. to 307 S. El Paso St.
We make Awnings, Tents, aid "Everything That's Canvas." All work guar
anteed and at a cheaper price. Auto. 1SS2.
E Paso Sheet PHetai Works
Cornices Bel! 548 321 Texas Street Spouting Aato 1148
Skylights "Let us give you an estimate." Roofing
Awning; Shades and Curtains
Deming, X. M., Aug. 26. Doming will
not take a back seat for any town in
the southwest in the matter of school
facilities when its new high school Is
completed. The contract has just been
awarded for Its erection and, with the
completion of the new courthouse, now
under way, and the new high school, the
town will have added two most credit-ablt-
iiulldings to its collection.
' Deputy sheriff Thomas Glenn, of Sil
ver City, passed through Deming en
route to El Paso, after a negro prisoner.
A. Foor has returned from an ex
tended trip through the eastern and
A. S. Will its, oT Mogollon, was in
Deming en route to Morenci, Ariz.
Roadmaster C. Butler left for Lords
burg on nis motor car, on a tour of in
spection. B. Y. McKeyes, United States commis
sioner, has gone to Las Cruces.
James Irvine, of Irvine and Raithel,
who has been on the Pacific coast dur-
THE LAZIEST MAX IX THE WORLD
Would not 'be contented to be kept in
the house and doing nothing by rheuma
tism. Neither are you, who are always
busy and active. Then don't neglect the
first twinge of an ache or pain that you
might think just a "crick." Rub well
; with Ballard's Snow Liniment and no
matter what the trouble is. it will dis
appear at once. Sold by alldruggists.
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XEW DEMIXG HIGH SCHOOL.
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co:, 312 S. El Pa3C St
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
202 Texas St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENXAND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
Dry Pressed Stock
and Wire Cut Brick
. , HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
Special Candy Sale
25 Cents a Poim
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
HACK and BAGGAGE
-"Will be up right away." LONG-WELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prices.
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men. Bell 1 Auto 1001
m BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
sole agent for THE. EASY RUNNING WHITE
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
H. L. STEWART
CASH OR CREDIT
Bell 632, Auto 2106. 310 Stanton St.
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St
CITY FLUlVIBiNG C
GIG X. Campbell St.
Bell Phone 2104.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
I ' HEXRY MOHR J
I CUT RATE HARDWARE I
309 S. El Paso St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware. Tools, all
kinds. Saddles. Harness. Cutlery. Tents. Oil Paint. Etc
$3.50 Shirts, now $2.65
S-jJJ J Shirts, now $1.85
$2.00 Shirts, now $1.50
$1.50 Shirts, now $1.15
$1.25 Shirts, now $1.00 '
E. & W., Cluett and
ing1 the past month, has returned home.
Many wagon loads of fine apples,
peaches and plums from the limbres
valley are being sold in Deming every
C. M.DoolittJe and family have re
turned to the Almo-Hueco ranch. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Chris.
Raithel and children.
An automobile party composed of
Matt Fowler, Wm. Ponterfjeld and W. D.
Murray, al of Silver City, .started for
Hachita, when about 12 miles west of
Deming-, they found too much water
and mud to proceed on their journey.
They returned to Deming for' the night,
leaving today for Lordsburg.
LOCALES SUPERVISIXG BOARD
REDUCES SCHOOL. TAX RATE
Very little Rain at Xoprnles; ' Infant
Dies; Mining: Parties In Tovrn;
Mexican Labor Is Secured.
Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 26. The board of
supervisors has fixed the tax levy in
the Nogales school district at $2.40 and
2.20 outside, making a reduction of
35 cents for the $100.
The heat has been very oppressive
Jiere and little rain has fallen recently.
Dr. Rhynas, of Magdalena, is a busi
ness visitor here.
C. Ii. Witte, an undertaker from
BoTvie, Ariz., has taken a position
with George B. Marsh at this place.
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson,
of Guaymas, died here, after a short
illness and was taken to Guaymas for
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe "Wilson, of
Roosevelt. Ariz., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. O. Hudgin, of Togales.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Tryon, of Mag
dalena, were on business at Nogales.
Phil Herold has gone to Los Angeles,
where his wife is seriouafc- ill.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller and daughter,
Mrs. Jack Keteham, of L.os Angeles;
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ross and son,
John and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ritzier
and daughter. May belle, were a party
interested in Santa Cruz county mines
that visited here from Kansas City.
A carload of fine Jersey milk cows
crossed the line consigned to W. Gray
About 200 Mexican laborers, have
been secured here for railroad "work
in Arizona and California within a
XEW SCIIOOIi TRUSTEES
ARE ELECTED AT XACO
School c Open Xext "Weelc: Col. Greene
Goes to Cnnanea ?Iines; Railroad
Chaiisres; Shipments L.nrp:e.
Xaco, Ariz., Aug. 2G. P. K. Kuck and
0. B. Belton have been appointed school
trustees by petition. This m,akes a
full board. School -will open the first
I Monday In September.
Col. T. C. Greene pased through
here from the west eh route t$ Cananea:'
Victor TV Bennett has resumed his
passenger run oh the Southern Pacific
de Mexico railroad, relieving' conductor
Johnson, wlio takes a freight run. Con
ductor Wamsley has the work train.
Quite a little freight is arriving dailv
consigned to -the-Fonr C's company at
Cananea,' -which precludes the idea of
a shut down as feared by some.
A party of linemen of the Tri-State
Telephone company, are putting up
telegraph and telephone noles and mov
ing out and resetting old ones.
WELL NEAR PLATEAU
IS PRODUCING OIL
El Pasoans Take Mineral
Leases; Burglars Eob
Plateau, Tex., Aug. 26. J.. R. Mann
was here from his ranch 20 miles north
of Plateau, and stated that, -work is
progressing nicely on the -ft ell in which
a superior quality of oil was discovered'
a few days ago at a depth of 90 feet.
They feel assured that' at a greater
depth, a gusher win be secured. This
well is vithln a few feet of a .well
drilled recently by hiui for water, an
Abundance of it being 'secured at 60
EI Paso parties, four of whom are now
on the ground, and the Texas company,
have tak,en mineral leases on all lands
in that vicinity.
Section foreman J. H. Feely discov
ered that the house of A. C. Kendrick,
a mile and a quarter west of town, was
broken into, trunks opened and the
contents scattered. The loss cannot be
ascertained as the house had been oc
cupied by I. C. TVelty and family, who
are visiting relatives in Taj-lor county.
It is supposed to have been the work
of two tramps, wlio were ejected from
a freight train at this place, and left
town walking in that direction, v
J. C. Payne, field manager for the
Plateau Oil company, -nhile at work
around the machinery liad all the tos
of his right foot badly crushed by a
heavy piece of the well machinery fall
ing on them.
Mrs. TV. S. Ledhetter has proved up
on the three years' residence required
by the state on school land, and re
turned to Cameron to place her daugh
ters in school.
TV. IT. Akara and wife, Aubrey Kin
dred. S. H. Leavell and family, Mrs.
R. M. Northington. Richburg and O.
Felly attended the picnic and dance in
T. A. Kindred has returned from Dal-
I las, where he consummated a land deal
in wmen several hundred acres of land
in this section was involved.
A 20 foot Eclipse windmill and a
10.000 gallon tank are being installed
over the public well here.
The Sale of Salvage Stock,
from our recent fire, will
be placed on sale at
A mistake zvas made in a
previous advertisement where
in it was stated thai the sale
would occur at 107 N. Stanton
Sio Full derails of the Fire,
Jmf 3 More Days
BS Shoes for Men, Women and fl
9B1 Children Now Go at a lm
TV. S. Murrell, recording secretary; Mrs.
S. P. D.enning, treasurer Mrs. J. T. Mc
Clure, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Paul Wilson, auditor. Seven delegates
to the convention at !Las Cruces were
elected. - '
John TV. Poe, president of the Citi
zens National bank, and -wife, have
returned from Chicago, where Mr. Poo
attended the triennial conclave of.
Knights Templarv They also visited
points on the Atlantic coast and were
gone about iree weeks.
Brigadier G. TVood. of El Paso, in
charge of the Salvation Army in Ari
zona, Xew Mexico and west Texas,
spent several days here inspacting the
local corps and has gone on to Amar
illo, accompanied by M. G. Sainsbury,.
i of this station.
Mrs. TV. G. Hegan and her son, who
have been visiting her sisters. Mrs. J.
M. Peacoclc, and Mrs. A. G. Block, for
FUNDS FOR ROAD
To Build Across Sands; The
Temperance Union Elects
RoswelU N. M., Aug. 26. A subscrip
tion of $500 is being raised by Robert
Kellahin. .secretary of the Roswell
"Commercial club, to add to the $1000
appropriated by the board of county
commissioners, for building a road
across the sands, which are a serious
obstacle in the- way of people on the
I plains east of Roswell, coming here.
The Roswell Woman's Christian Tem
perance union has elected the following
officers for the coming year: Mrs.
Phoebe Pierce, president (reelected):
1 Miss Marie Holt, vice presidefft; Mrs.
a month, have returned "to their home
' Guy M. Mayes has gone to San An
tonio. Texas, to ta"kf thA nhvciMl av
I amination for entry into the United
the first appointee, having been found
District attorney L. O. Fullen has re
turned from a trip to Roosevelt county
on business connected with the ap
proaching term of district court at
C. T. Ha'le is laid up with his left arm
broken by a hard fall from his bicycle.
Wiilard Keen, roadmaster for the
New Mexico Eastern railway, had to re
turn from a visit to eastern Texas,
with his wife, on account of the wash
outs on the road.
The Mexicans of the -whole Pecos
valley are to assist in the celebration
of Independence day at Roswell oa
We Are Giving Satisfaction
WITH OUR PUTTY
It's Strictly Pure
Tottle Paint H Glass Co,
See Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
Duplex Razors. .
and any tiling in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
SHELT0H-PAY1TE ARMS CO.
El Paso School
Upper intermediate, .full high school aaalS,
vanced elective courses. Theory, practi
and appreciation of music under the best
instructor. Resident director of phxjical
training and outdoor sports.
? SLATER-MISS TAFJEL, Principal
D20 Prospect Axe. El Paae, Teyal,