News Of the Great: Southwest
Tuesday, September 13, 19U) News Of the Great Southwest 3
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18 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar, for $1.00
20 lbs. Best Brown Sugar, for $1.00
2 lbs. Fresh Valley Honey, for 25c
4 cans Standard Baltimore Tomatoes, for 25e
5 gals. Best Oil, for '. 75c
5 gals. Best Gasoline, for '. 80c
4 lhs. CVvfctrvlorx
10 lbs. Cottolene, tf- PA
6 bars Sunny Monday OP
Soap, for OC
6 bars Crystal White ftg
Soap, for wC
6 bars Small Ivory JP
Soap, for aJ
10 lbs. Fancy Sweet OP
Potatoes, for OC
Green Chili, 33ell Peppers, P
and Okra, per lb wi
2 cans Reindeer Peas, e p
Standard Grocery Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
208-210 ST. LOUS STREET.
Bell Phones 367 ana 348; Auto 1901. Out of town orders promptly filled.
2TO VACANT HOUSES
TO BENT IN YSLETA
Several Families Move to
Town to Send Children to
Ysleta, Texas, Sept. 13. Several fam
aiies have moved here to send their
children to school. There is not a va
cant house in town.
Mrs. ..Anna- Wuer.schmidt is in Lias
Cruces, . Ml, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Zu Kennicott.
Mrs. "Walter Coles and little sons have
returned from a visit to Valentine.
Miss efa Martin has gone to Fort
"Worth for a visit.
A. Ij. Peterman has returned from a
business trip to Arizona.
Mrs. Davis Porcher is in Cloudcroft.
J. B. Royalty -is here from his mesa
claim. Mr. Royalty has just completed
an adobe house on his land.
COLORADO GIRLS LEAVE
FOR VARIOUS SCHOOLS.
Many Visitor In the Tovrn Xew Fam
ilies Arriving to Make Their
Colorado, Texas, Sept. 13. Prof.
Dawes has returned from his trip to
England and will resume his classes
In music and direct the Choral club.
Jesse Bullock and wife have returned
from a trip to Sweetwater and Hamlin.
Charles R. Earnest of Alba, Texas, is
Miss Jeannette Roe" left for Richmond,
Texas, where she will teach in the pub
G. D. Fields 'has returned firora an ex
tended visit with his sons in Nebraska
and Denver, Col.
Gerald McCrelers has gone to Stam-
ford, where he will enter fctamiora
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McCaulley of
Sweetwater were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Brooks Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. "Wni. Bemien of North
ampton, Mass., are visiting the family
of Harry Landers.
F. G. Schray and wife have arrived
"here and will make -this place their
Dysentery is a dangerous aisca.se but
can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been
successfully used in nine epidemics of
dysentery. It has never been known
to fail. It is equally valuable for chil
dren and adults, and when reduced
fwith water and sweetened, it is pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
Quality and Service
I We never get tired of talking the
Quality of the Meats we sell. We
find that exercising care throughout
is our best investment. Customers
are absolutely protected on Quality.
"When it comes to Service this market
stands without a rival.
J. C. PEYTON,
Successor to Robinson's Market.
114 IT. Stanton St
3oth Phones. Prompt Service.
I If you want the best
I meats at the lowest 1
I prices, call
jOpifz Market I
I Both Phones
2 lbs. Banrington Hall
Steel Cut Coffee, for .
2 Titer? "MViarom nr
cJLw-: xA wC
2 cans Extra Standard Pears,
Peaches or Apricots, C p
Our Bestf California P
Fruits, 3 cans for OUC
UPTON'S TEA, 60c
Try our Best Bulk Teas; any
kind, guaranteed, KO
per lb nJJ
home. Mr. Sehray is the official re
porter for the court of this district.
The Misses Oderboly have left for
their home in Calvert, Texas.
Miss Bessie McMurray returned home
Sunday frdm an extended visit with
friends in Dallas.
Miss Ruth Graves is visiting friends
in Dallas and Sherman.
Miss Irene Earnest of Fort Worth is
here visiting her cousin, Miss Martha
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Allen have re
turned from a summer vacation in Col
orado. The following young women left Mon
day to enter the Academy of Mercy at
Stanton. Texas: Misses Hattie Scott,
Ethel Stokes, Natalie Smith, Minnie
Dupree, Minnie, Margaret and Jose
PI,ATEAU PREPARES FOR
OPENING OF TOWNSITE
Two Days Celebration Is Planned: Oil
Drilling Suspended; Butcher
Shop Sold: Personals.
Plateau, Tex., Sepl. 13. A dancing
pavilion ana reiresnment stands areu
being erected for the two days' barbe
cue and celebration on Sept. 15 and 16,
the occasion being the opening of the j
old townsite. Messrs. Dav and Andfr- i
old townsite. Messrs. Day and Ander
son of Dallas are here perfecting ar
rangements. The Snyder, Texas, brass
band has been engaged and a tourna
ment and goat roping contest will be
the leading amusement features. Two
Pullman coaches will bring the east
ern people and be sidetracked here dur
ing the two days' celebration.
Nothing new has developed in the
oil situation. "Work has suspended, the
well closely guarded, and signs of "No
Admittance" put up. However, two
new rigs have been ordered and work
wm begin on other wells within the
. .-,-.. a x, ., .
"CAt iew uayss near tne oia Dreaming
wells, where some gas was discovered.
Henry Rlckburg has purchased the
grocery store of J. H. Feely and will
put in a stock of general merchandise.
The entire frame work of the dancing
pavilion suddenly gave way, the work
men narrowly escaping serious injury.
Mr. Dorsey was struck on the arm by
a piece of timber and received a pain
Mr. and Mrs. F. "W. Darling and Mr.
and Mrs. Voder of Quincy, Mich., are
visitors here and will remain until -after
The family of J. H. Feely has moved
to Van Horn.
Fred Wulfjen is visiting relatives in
Herbert Kindred was 'up from Pecos
Sunday visiting his parents.
Felix "Walker is able to be out again
after his accident in which his jawbone
was broken by a horse falling with
QUANAH .AXTS ABILBXE
RAILROAD TO RUN THERE.
Quanah, Texas, Sept. -L3. The busi
ness men of Quanah have taken up the
matter with Morgan Jones, president
of fxie Abilene & Southern railway, of
getting that company to extend its 4ine
from Hamlin to this citv.
"WHETHER OX ISFAXT OR GROWJ
PERSOX CURED BY ZEMO AIVD
-AJV UNUSUAL OFFER.
The Knoblauch Drug Store says to
, every person, be it man, woman or
j child, who has an irritated, tender or
itching skin to' come to our store and
procure a bottle of ZEMO and cake of
I ZEMO soap and if you -are not entirely
j satisfied with results, come back and
' get your money. So confident are we of
j the efficacy of this clean, simple treat
. ment, that we make you this unusual
, ZEMO is a clear liquid for external
use that has cured so many cases ox
' eczema, pimples, dandruff and other
I forms of skin eruption. ZEMO and
j ZEMO soap aTe the most economical as
! well as the cleanest and most effective
treatment for affections of the skin or
, ciiap wnetner on lniant or grown per-
' Oil TmiTTial Pta-trc Tovm fn-m towns are invited to attend the bis
yJU J OUindl DayS exaS OOm- celebration, and as the railroad has out
Oil Tnnrnfll SnT7c? Tovac r'n-m
yJU dOUindi Days exaS OOm-
pany Is in Market for 200
Miles of Pipeline, Maybe
to Run jrrom Toyah to El
Toyah, Texas, Sept. 13. "Whether or
not the Texas Oil company suspends
operations in the Toyah oil field, the
faith of the people of Toyah that there
is oil in abundance here will not be
shaken in the least.
In fact, tne suspension of operations
will be welcomed except possibly by
those who have land or options on land
in the oil belt, who had hoped to sell
at fabulous prices to the Texas, or some
other oil company.
It is generally conceded that the
Texas company is acting wisely in re
fusing to develop its property here un
til the (mineral rights laws of the state
are so amended as to give prospectors
for oil or other mineral products some
rights in their discoveries, if they make
discoveries. As the law now stands,
the owners of .t?ne lands control the
surface only and have no rights in the
minerals which may be found beneath.
As set forth in a recent article in
The Herald, if mineral of any kind, in
cluding, oil, is found, the land or the
right to take therefrom any mineral
products may be sold at any price the
commissioner of the land office may in
his judgment see fit to put upon it and
there is a chance that he might put
sucn'a price upon it as to make opera
tion of the mine or oil well prohibi
tive. Texas Compnny Certain of Oil.
That the Texas company has found
oil in such quantities as to make the
Toyah field commercially valuable is
very firmly believed by Toyah people.
Though the officers of the company
say but little oil has been found in
the three wells thus far put down, it
is pointed out tnat for six weeks past
Che company has shipped no oil to
Toyah to be hauled to .the wells to be
used for fuel, as was the-, custom prior
to the putting down of well No. 1,
which is now capped and on which
operations have ceased, for the time be
ing at least. This is the well which
was fenced and posted iu effort to
to prevent inspection by the public.
Storage Tanks In Field.
Storage tanks have been set up and
connected with tne well by means of
pipes, through which the oil is carried
to the tanks. This well is producing
all the fuel needed in the field for drill
ing. The Texas company is said to control
about 100 sections of land by lease or
purchase, and it is asserted that it has
its brokers constantly on the lookout
for any other land that may be picked
up at a reasonable figure. This fact
strengthens tne belief that the company
has not only faith in the field, but that
it knows that oil is there in paying
Others In Field.
The Texas company does not have
the Toyah field to itself. Though the
first to begin operations, and though it
has already spent large sums of money
variously estimated at from 100,000 to
$150,000 doing development work and
in the purchase and lease of lands, j
other oil companies are active in tne
matter of securing oil lands. The
Prairie Oil and Gas company of Okla
homa has had a man in the Toyah field
for. seme time past and this representa
tive has picket! up a number of de
sirable pieces of property for his prin
cipals. The Guffy Oil company of
Beaumont has spent about $25,000 for
oil lands within the last few weeks.
One tract of SO acres was bought from
E. G. Doty of Pecos at $77.50 per acre,
and two tracts of 40 acres each were
bought from F. E. Kistler of Toyah and
J. E. Brown of Pecos, respectively, at
$72.50 per acre. Several other larger
tracts were picked up at various prices.
DUt none so high as those just quoted,
A recent article published in an oil
journal regarding the Toyah field in
commenting upon what was being done
by the Texas Oil company said among
other things that the Texas company
was in the market for 200 miles of pipe,
"presumably for the Toyah field." Tak
ing it for granted that the statement
is true, it would seem that El Paso
might be the objective terminus of the
proposed 200 mile pipe line, as there
is no other market nor no other city
so desirable as the site of an oil refinery
within 200 miles of Toyah.
"While -the oil companies are active
in a large way, an independent concern
has set up a "rig" almost within the
corporate limits of the city and has
begun drilling for oil, believing that
the oil belt extends far beyond the
limits set by the geologists who have
"mapped out the ground for the big
Boring for A ater.
Regardless of the reckless rush for
oil there are tnose who are busy boring
for water suitable for drinking and for
culinary purposes. T. It. Byers, a
wealthy Dallas man, who has a ranch
2 1-2 miles from Toyalv found a flowing
well of pure water last Friday at a
depth of 6SG feet. This has encouraged
the city authorities to make another
attempt, and a "rig" is being put up
in the center of the intersection of the
two main streets, where drilling will
tye begun as soon as the apparatus is
in running order.
Toyah Coming to the Fair.
Toj'ah will be represented at the El
i Paso fair by an exhibit of agricultural
and mineral products, including oil, and
by a showing of range fed and bred
caitle that will outshine the excellent
exhibit made by this portion of Reeves
county at the fair last fall. Though
the Toyah Commercial club, which
helped get up the exhibit last year, has
gone out of existence, Frank E. Kistler,
Charles M. Tinnin and others among
the younger business men, assure the
management of tne fair -that Toyah will
be well represented in El Pasp this fall,
not only by means of exhibits,""but by
attendance of Toyah people as well.
SANDERSON PREPARES FOR
PRESS ASSOCIATION MEETING.
Special Rates Given on Railroads and
a Large Attendance Is Expect
ed Barbecue Planned.
Sanderson, Texas Sept. 13. Ar
rangements are" now complete for the
entertainment of the delegates to the
Southwest Texas Press and Commer
cial association convention, which
meets at this place next Friday and
Saturday, September 16 and 17.
The big barbecue to be given on
Saturday will be the biggest thing in
that line ever pulled off here, and
preparations have been made for the
entertainment of several hundred visi
tors. Sanderson and Valentine the
towns west of the Pocos river having
the tivo best baseball clubs of that
territory, will lock horns, and good
games are expected. All neighboring
I towns are invited to attend the bis
celebration, and as the railroad has put
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Better Crop Expected Next
Year; lelephone Lines to
Run to Pabens.
Clint, Texas, Sept 13. The threshing
season is over in this section, Humble .
&: Nugent having completed their sea
son's run on Saturday, pulled their
machine into the shed to await an
other season's crop, which will no
doubt be much larger than this year's
on account of the excellent yield made
by the majority of the wheat grow
ers tins year. Marcus Jungjohnn, J.
M. Coker and R. E. Allen are reported
as having the best yields this year
some of theirs making more than 50
bushels per acre.
Howard Coffin and C. D. Humble
have bought motorcycles.
C. O. Coffin continues the shipment
of pears to the eastern markets and
has shipped more than 20 cars thus far
D. N. Reidvis having' a house erected
on his ranch near Fabens. and will
move his family to that place In the
C. M. McKinney is comleting a house
on McKinney avenue, to be occupied by
the Misses Elliott, who have charge
of the city schools for this year. School
will open on Monday, September 19.
The Clint Telephone company is con
templating the extension of its lines
to Fabens in the near future.
Mrs. Lizzize Cobb visited with her
son, Jim Cobb, and wife, over Sunday,
returning to El Paso Monday morn
ing. Money is being raised by the "Eight
Section" ball team to' purchase uni
forms, and it is hoped that the team
will play better ball when these suits
arrive. The Clint team has not lost
a game since securing its new uni
ARE RUSHING G
TO BISBEE FOR "WORK.
Jinny Uoing: There From Cananca
Camp Mexican. Fearincr Thiees. I
Hides His Money.
Bisbee, Ariz., Sept. 13. Reports have
reached Bisbee to the effect that the
Shattuck-Pattison and the Veta prop
erties of Cananea have been closed
.down. A large force of miners has
been laid off and they are all coming
here in search of work.
Despondent because her sweetheart
left her, Margaret Auburn has refused
to take food for two days and .is seri
Local Russians who have their rela
tives in the cholera district are plan
ning to buy and present a local church
with a statue of St. Nicholas, hoping
that their national protector will pre
serve their relatives from the terible
September 20, the anniversary of the
fall of Rome and of its proclamation
as the capital of Italy, will be cele
brated with a banquet by local Ital-
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Frank Rastling and
Miss Edith "Anne Burke. The marriage
will take place the end of this month.
Afraid that thieves would steal $500
he had in his hands and not trustiner to
the banks, Alerio Campese, a Mexi- j Towns High School Opens X-efvs-can.
has gone to his native country, I paper to Start Personals.
where he thinks he and his money j Alpine, Texas, Sept. 13. District
will be more safe than here. During I court is in session ''..is '"eek and ths
the last few days he had quit work j following are among those who are at
and closed himself in his room, watch- . tending from .other "places: Geo. M.
ing his treasure. ! Thurmond, Del Rio, Texas: John Reinin-
Incandescent lamps have been sub- j ger Fred Clarke, Creed Taylor, George
stituted for the arc lights along Xaco Harems. Oscar Nance. Nelson Bourland.
road. Switch lights will be installed
shortly at the fire protection tanks. j land, judge Crawford "tt .T. ShaCkle
The banks and the principal stores i ford, John H. Anderson, Ed. Shirley,
were ciosea on election uay aim iuu
Copper Queen postponed pay day until
RUSSIANS LEAVE MEXICO
FOR FARMS IX ARIZONA.
Xevr Building To Be Erected in Xogalea
Soon; Governor of Sinaloa Goes
to Mexico City.
Nogales. Ariz., Sept. 13. A number
of Russian farmers came up from Mex
ico through this port to settle on
farms in the United States.
E. Ephrain, president of the Nogales
Water company, has returned from ian
extended trip to California.
Frank Russel, recently arrested here
on a charge of issuing checks, has
been held to the action of the grand
Dan Hagan of Los Angeles, is in
Nogales arranging to begin the erec- ,
tion of s. new business block on his
lot on Morley avenue where the Boston
store was burned.
E. Li. Ish has been appointed election
marshal for the Nogales precinct for
election day and -polls will be kept open
from G a. m. until sunset.
William Meancy and B. J. Whitesides
have gone to the different precincts
with election supplies.
Governor Redo of the state of Sina
loa, passed through Nogales en route
to the City of Mexico to assist in the
centennial celebration of the republic.
Supt H. J. Temple of the S. P. So
nora lines, is on a brief trip here.
Phil Herold, county recorder, has
returned from Los Angeles, where he
was called on account of the illness of
Mrs. Herold, who will return shortly.
G. F. Powell of Poza, Son., is on a
visit to his family here.
Auditor Spaulding of the Knicker
bocker Trust company, of New York,
interested in Sonora mines, passed
through Nogales en route to Poza, Son.
TUCUMCARI MINISTER IS
CALLED TO DALHART CHURCH.
Men at "Work on "Well at San Jorf;
Ranchers Return from Anknnsas;
Church Ceiling Finished.
Tucumeari, N. M., Sept. 13. Rev. Guy
Ament, pastor of the Christian church
of Tucumeari, has taken a position
with the Christian church at Dalhart,
Tex., and will leave about October 1.
A. M. Goodman and wife are here
from Clarksville, Ark., on their way
to their ranch near Cimaron, N. M.
Mrs. R. J. Hopper's daughter and
grandson who have been visiting here
for the last month, have returned to
their home in Tennessee.
The ceiling for the new M. E. church,
south, Is being put Into place.
Judge E. E. Winter has received word
that his mother, who lives at Crowell,
Tex., is very il.
A force of men is still at work on
the deep well at San Jon.
Oscar Sandusky will move into his
new residence this week.
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DISTRICT COURT IS NOW
IN SESSrON AT
i Mnnr Persons Attend From Other
t. t. Hess. Rockv TVilhelm. D. C. Bour- J
a. Hargus, .Lee uicKson, uus ,ioni,
T.ouis Grander. Roselle Pulliam.. Allen
Burnham. Roy Stillwell and Jonn Mar- j
shall, all of Marathon. Texas: J. B.
Irving, from his ranch northeast of
Alpine; T. W. Ardoin of El Paso, and
C. E. Sumner was in from his ranch
situated about 12 miles north of Alpine,
and states that he had a light rain,
which was the first he had had that
amounted to anything this year, and
things on his place were looking pret
tv dry. Mr. Sumner also states that
M. M. Clifford and P. "v Kenney, also
ranchine: in his roighborhood, received j
The Alpine high school opened with
a good attendance-
Alpine is to have another newspaper.
Mr. and Mrsv w. C. iiasternng, oia Al
pine residents, who have been in east
Texas for the past year, have returned
to Alpine and expect to publish the
first number of their new paper, the
Alpine Guide, in a week or two. They
have leased the building on the corner
by the postoffice. and will at. once be
Hn installiner the machinerv. Mrs.
Easterling, formerly Miss Clemie Dod- j
son, was formerly owner and publisher I
of the Alpine Avalanche, with Mr.
Easterling .a5 editor.
Mrs. S. H. McCulIoueh has taken
charge of the Alpine bakery and will
run the bakerv at the same place.
Lee Hancock left for Georgetown,
where he expects to enter college.
BURRO THROW'S ALTO HOY
AND SEVERELY INJURES HIM.
Bears Are Seen on the Tularosa Road;
School Superlntenslent In Among
the Mcny A'isitors in Tom.
Alto, N. M., Sept. 13 Earl, the f ive
yearold son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Porter, was thrown from a burro, dis
locating his arm at the elbow and
breaking it in two places above the
elbow. - The parents have taken him to
Capitan for treatment.
Oliver Jackson, of Tularosa. when
within a mile of the V. V. ranch, came
across a mother bear with her cub.
The cub climbed a tree and Jackson
SHding Down Hill
To get clear of coffee
Change to well-made
"There's a. Rea-son"
of the Seasons' Most Approved
Styles in Womens Garments.
HE pre-eminence of this store as
4 'clothiers to women'7 is evidenced in
the splendid collection of garments
assembled for this season. Correctness of
style, perfection of workmanship, and excel
lence of material are happily combined with
fair pricing. Selections were made wdth
these four very essential points in mind, and
we now offer our customers an almost un
limited range of choice in garments which
will impress the'm hj their unusual beauty
For the Week, Extra Values
m Tailored Suits & Dresses at
This week we are making a special feature of unusually good
suits and dresses at this very moderate price. The suits are
in the newest of the season's models. The dresses are in
style suited to every, occasion street wear, traveling, aftex
ncoi and evening. They're quite as good as any commonly
priced at $27.50 as 'good as many which are priced at ?3o.OO.
Sale of Willow and Ostrich Plumes
Thousands of the most beautiful Willow and Ostrich Plumes
are offered in this grand sale at prices which are almost in
credibly low. Magnificent plumes are shown in black, white,
and every imaginable plain color and rich shaded effects and
color combination. Our pricing of these is fully a third less
than the true values and only for this week.
Early Reason Sale of Blankets
A money saving opportunity which every housekeeper
and hotelkeener- sliraiM -i-rail tliomcni e -vt;. - ,t -
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tried to get it down by throwing rocks
at it so he could rope it. He failed
to dislodge it and went to the ranch
for a gun, but when he returned both
mother and cub were gone.
George McDonald has gone to the
Pecos valley to look for pasturage for
W. W. Slack and Horace Slack, of
Holloway, N. M., are here. W. W. Slack
to look after his potato crop and Hor
ace Slack to do some logging for the
saw mill here. ,
The Misses Zetta and Celeste Minters,
of Glencoe, are visiting Mrs. Charles
County school superintendent John A.
Haley and family of Carrizozo, are vis
iting Mrs. A. J. Gilmore and family.
Mr. Haley is here in the interest of the
JimRobinson, of Bonito, is here visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Charles Schaeffer.
VAN HORN FOLK ENTERTAIN
AT C03IPLIMEXTARY DANCE.
J. V. Canon Buys Rio Grande Ranch
School Teachers Resume Duties
Visitors In Town Numerous.
Van Horn, Texas, Sept. 13. James
and Ross Hammock of Abies, Texas,
were in on business this week.
Miss Lena Cox has taken up her
work 'flere in the public school as music
Miss' May Jolly of El Paso, after
spending several days with Miss Neva
Yarbro, has returned home.
Mrs. J. H. Beach left Monday for
Carnegie", Okla., .where she has gone to
attend her sick mother.
Mrs. 'Masses has been visiting Mrs.
B-lythe for the past week.
G. H. Br Is tow, W. M. Ward, C. E.
Cope and Mr. McWinkler are at the
Taylor ranch, where Mr. Taylor is hav
ing several houses built.
There will be a ball given in honor
of the Bounds girls tonignt at Wood
J. Y. Canon has returned from Rio
New York City
Atlantic City and other Ocean Resorts, including
Asbury Park and Long Branch
DIRECT ROUTE OR
You can be ticketed through from your home and get the benefit of
the Low Fares by asking Agents to route you over Pennsylvania
Lines: or by communicating with
GEO. T. HULL.
Grande, where he purchased the entire
holdings of Jose Bertez, Including
ranch, cattle, horses and slteep.
UNIQUE BAPTISM IS
PERFORMED AT DURA.V.
Pit In Ensine House Used for Font
and Pipe Line Furnishes Water
New Well Drilled Persoaals.
Duran, N. M., Sept. 13. A baptismal
ceremony was performed here by Rev.
Mr. Pope of the First Baptist church.
Water was secured from the pipe line
of the Southwestern Railroad com
pany, and a cinder pit in the engine
house was used as a pool.
The telephone company has secured
an underground crossing of the rail
road and the south side will soon have
the welcome voice of tne hello girL
Mrs. D. C. Hnutington and baby of!
El Paso are visiting Mrs. TV. J. La
Miss Audie Crist has secured Miss
Bellamy to teach the school at Lin
coln, while she nurses her brother Earl,
who is sick with typhoid fever. .
Geo. W. Hill showed his faith In.
Duran farming property by filing on.
320 acres of srovernment land, erert-'
Ing a residence thereon and placing'
a gooa tence around it and putting"!
down a six inch well. He has a good
supply of almost pure water, and con
templates geting about SO acres ready
for spring planting.
W. H. Austin is at Douglas on real
estate business. His partner, J. L.
j-Marr, is also out of the city, being in1
California on business.
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with yon when starting on your
trip this summer. It cannot be ob--tained
on board the trains or steamer".
Changes of water and climate often
cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and
it Is best to be prepared. Sold by all
St., Denver, Colo.
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