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ws Of the Great Southwest 7
News Of the Great Southwest
September 22, 1910.
GOATS ARE SHIPPED
FROM SILVER CITY
jR I eleph
Copy is now being prepared for the new
telephone directory, winch will be issued Octo
All additions, changes or corrections should
be reported to 3780 Contract Department before
STANDARD TIME AND
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fraction of a second. He does this, and
sets the master clock accordingly.
There are three other clocks which
w'hin'h n-ra pt hv the master clock.
These always are reaay to be switched ' extends through the Pacific from the
Into the teigraphic circuit. At 11:55 j Aleuthlan to the Fiji islands!1. Green
a. m. they are switched into the tele- j wich has been made the prime merid
graphic circuits, and every connected J ian of the whole world. Everything is
clock in the country east of the Pacific either east or west of Greenwich. The
time belt, ticks in consonance with the nations agreed upon that meridian as
wuti" u" tjvigciunu ixwsuw. j.u. hud .
Tmddlfi rf pac.h minute a second Is
skipped the 29th and at the end of
each minute five seconds are skipped
until the last minute is reached, when
there Is a silence of 10 seconds, and
then severy hand moves to 12 oclock
in the eastern time belt, 11 oclock in
Central, and 10 "oclock in mountain.
Thus is the country's time set right
for another 24 'hours.
Dropping: of the Ball.
Thro Is said to be "no srovernment
that maintains so many time balls as j
the united States, it has some 20 of
these n all the principal ports and
other important points throughout the
country- It is said that the one in oruiuanr-s by the city council, agita
Washington is the most expensive j tion among voters for" better sanitary
small institution the government has. - conditions all over the city, and the
Every day at noon the majority of the sprinkling of the streets over a large
government employes, from Capitol hill area, including most of the residence
to Georgetown, stop to watch the time sections, are the causes assigned by
ball on the state, war and navy build- a Roswell physician for his having1
ing. . ha" only one case of typhoid fever
While a nation has to figure on hour
variations, a wyld must figure on vari
sary, when globe-wide travel ceased
to be an unusual thing, that somewhere
a shin should turn back its time a full
day w"hen going west, just as a rail- j
road train turns back Its time an hour '
nrhon rnci-nf o ?mo Vo1f frnm oe-f--
when crossing a time belt from east"
to west. When traveling east the time
must be moved up a day. When cross
ing the International date line from
west to east the ship adds a day. Thus,
a vessel coming from Japan, if it
The record of
j. , .
CELEBPJytDVaunng tlle P35-
V STOMACH 057 years proves
that it gives ;
tie sreatest I
satisfaction in j
ftm Mggwt Ptattry F&td Minifeotoir
in thrwtritf. fry a bag of hit fj
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
Jft&is Hms Lay
PURINA GHiCK FEED
$xw lafy Cfeteks
(Ahveyt fai CtettalMtrd Bf)
0. G. SEET0N
reached the iriteraatoinal date line on
Monday, October 24, would repeat that
day in its log; while If it were bound
Iday in its log; while If it were bound
to Japan it would jump Tuesday, Octo
ber' 25, and enter Wednesday, Octo
This international date line theo
retically Is the 180 meridian, precise
ly as far west of Greenwich as it is
east of that point. But practically it
me atstrting point oi ail longitude be
cause of the fact, that at the time
of , the agreement. 65 nercent of all
the vessels and 72 percent of all the
tonnage that sailed the seas used the
Greenwich meridian as the basis of
Tomorrow Municipal Progress.
OXLY ONE CASK OF TYPHOID
IX ROSWELL DURING YEAR.
Were. Twenty-Five One Year Aco
Cowk Are Driven to Ranch Elop
ing Couple Married at Midnight.
ing and enforcing of effficient sanitary
znis summer and 2d cases in the sum-
mer of 1909.
A herd of 200 dry cows from the
Flying H ranch on t-ne Penasco, west
of Artesia, has been gathered by their
manager, S. S. Ward, and shipped from
the Riverside stockyards to nasture
near Floydada, the cplnty seat of Floyd
A stratum of notters' elav enfnnn-
ered at a depth of 40 feet in-an arte-
u.uu iivu utuiou iui -Evev. vim. .n..
Rhodes, of lloswell, on his farm near ;
Dayton.' proved to be 300 feet thick. The j
wist artesian now -a: round at 55
feet, and the drilling is being continued
for the purpose of reaching the second
and third flows.
Miss Ethel Banks, the daughter of
T. Banks, a. wel' known farmer on the
Felis river near Hajrerman. and A a -1
Holland were civpn a marrlacra linonca !
at midnicrht bv eount.v rPnniPr t tt i
?aliarlIandAmoa17Ited al nCe ,br ei? j !
? J??llJ?tZ I
3 a. m.) the father rang the recorder
up by . phone and when he learned
what had taken place expressed his
disapproval in language somewhat em
PORTALES. COJIPLETES A
3IU.YICIPAL POWER PLANT,
Grand Jury Recommends Construction
of Fireproof Vnnltx For Records
Baptists Plan a Revival.
Portales, N. M Sept. 22. The city
power plant is now complete and will
soon be in use. -The surplus electric
power wilj probably be sold to owners
of 'small truck farms in ami ormm
t The Baptist church has invited Rev.
W. P. Pledger of Texas to assist tne
j church in a Series of revival meetings,
j T. M. Laster, long a leading busi
j ness man of Portales, is making ar
rangements to move tp Comanche
countj-, Texas, where he will be en
gaged in banking.
Mr. Bagwwell and family, who have
.been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Keen, have
returned to their home" in Henrietta,
I Jiarle Williams is offf on a month's
! vacation to Mineral Weils,' Dallas and
I other Texas points.
In accordance with the grand jury's
recommendation that ireprof vaults
be built to protect the books and rec
ords of the treasurer and the district
clerk, brick and other necessaries are
being put In readiness for the work.
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. ?. T. PgIIx Gourp.ud'n Oriental
- - - :
Cream or tviogical taoautitler.
Kemoves Tan, Piaples,
r readies, jaoin raicnes,
aa asm jjurtaies.
ana every Diemua
An twvuitv. and 1p.
fles detection. It
has stood the test
of 62 years. &nd
Is so harrnles3 vre
taste it tobesoreit
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
felt of similar
nanie. Dr. L. A.
Sajre said to a
lady of the hant
ton (a patient):
"As you Izaiu
trill use then
'Rimrnni1 Cr-nam as the least harmful of all the
sJdn preparations." For sale b7 all druggists and Fjrncr
Goods Dealers la the United States, Canadi and Europe
FEfllU. HOPKINS, Prcn., 37 Great Janes Strest, Hwroik
it " oH wiKS C
as -5 ffiEr.Ty nasa
m5 - yw"i t?
s3 wa fm
Sewer System Near Comple
tion; Prehistoric Teeth
Found; Land Sales.
Silver City, Sept. .22. The first
large shipment of goats from this point
was made by the Bear Creek Angora
Goat company to Its farm in Pike
county, Missouri, which the company
recently purchased from P. W. Knol
lenberg. The shipment comprised three
car loads of pure bred angoras. This
company is the largest raiser of an
goras in this county.
The criminal docket of the district
court has been disposed of and judge
Frank W. Parker pronounced sen
tences upon the three persons convict
ed, namely, Jesus Lopez, assault, two
to four j'ears in the penitentiary; Ino
cente Chacon, larceny, one year in the
reform school at Springer, and James
Silver, discharging a gun in a set- j
uement, nine montns at banta r e.
These were the only convictions had
at the present term, although quite a
number of cases were tried.
The sewer contractors expect to com
plete the sewer system of this city
by October 1. The cost to the city
will be approximately $60,000 and
marks another step in the progress
of the town. The. major part of the
trenches have been blasted from solid
granite formation and this has de
layed the completion of the contract.
The large septic tank will be put in
place the coming week, by which time
the system will be ready for the ap
proval of the city council.
Extensive improvements are being
made on the Sheridan block on Yankee
street by Joe Sheridan, mine inspector
of the territory and owner of the
I block. The brick work of the corner
store room is being removed and
plate glass fronts on the south and
west sides wjll be put in and a new
cement walk 'laid on the west side. Mrs.
O. S. Warren has the contract. ,
Thomas Lyons, manager of the Gila
Farm company and one of the largest
cattle owners in the county; left on
his annual bear liunt in the Mogollon
George Burdette, Henry Rosencrans
and Harry Barnhisel. of this citv. ac
companied toy Judge Leahy and Harry
fhu.Hener' of San Francisco, left for
companied by Judge Leahy and Harry
tne west .tone or tne Cilia, where the
party expect to hunt for the next
month. The quail season opens on the
first of the coming month and fishing
is good also, so the party expect to
have a successful camping trip.
Col. H. H. Betts, well known in this
city, has received appointment as dis
trict deputy exalted ruler of the Elks,
for this territory. He is past exalted
ruler of the local lodge.
Rev. J. W. Siler, of San Angelo,
Texas, has arrived and will preach at
the Presbyterian church next Sunday.
He is expected to be ,called to the lo
Ir. William MacLake and wife, ac
companied by Mrs. A. E. Atkins, 'wife
of a local contractor, left for El Paso
on a visit.
Hodge Boulware, the young son of
assessor Boulware, is ill in a local hos
pital, being threatened with tvnhnid
Judge Frank W. Parker was called
to his home at Las Cruces by the ill
ness of his wife. He returned to con
clude the criminal business, but will
likely be unable to remain here this
week to try a number of important
civil cases. Judge MeFie, who presides
over the Santa Fe district courts, has
been -wired to come here for the re
mainder of the term.
Victor Davidson, younger son of F.
J. Davidson, of Pinos Altos, left for Los
-Angeles, cai.. where h win nttor,,
j school the coming year.
Judge E. E. Ellinwood. of Bisbee,
and John M. Ross, a mining man of the
same city, are here .to attend the trial
of a mining suit involving some prop
erties in- the Burro mountains.
A. E. Mills, who is the general su
perintendent of the Phelps, Dodge Co
is in the city Inspecting the mining in
terests of his company, situated In the
Burro mountain mining district.
Matt Fowler is in Socorro attending
- ". 'o in outurr
tne Present term of court.
Attorney Harry E. PickP-ff ' nr t,y.
: stone, is visiting friends In the citv
' flTlr! n tfaTlrliner r i .
,,..ulii& uu ijume uusiness mat
ters. He is a son of Col. H. L. Pick
ett, who formerly practiced law here
and is now an active candidate for
This i a; t,-i-. -ona.
"". cu tes senator from Arizona.
cinna vi -. i,. . nere-
nn -r e..i-ifi s. agre-
S pe;ator ' the BurrohS mTved
l.J to to 'or the winter.
.The Sunnyside sanatorium c v.!,,..-
another large cottage erected, and
also a single one, each to have abun
dant porch space.
x J. T French is erecting a bungalow
near the New Mexico Cottage sanato
rium, to be occupied when finished by
Postmaster general Frank TV' Hitch
cock arrived here on yesterdays tram
He will spend a few days in the cny
after which it is reported he will jo'n
Thos Lyons in his hunting trip in the
The Victor Land & Cattle company
has made another large purchase of
ranches and cattle, buying out Geo V
Yates & Son. The ranches lie between
Faywood and the Vimhr .-.,.- m.
cattle will be delivered as gathered
-,. w.0 idnge aunng the next few
?Z ,i are exPeted to number
500 or GOO head. This company recent
ly purchased all tire holdings of Ed
ward Dickinson, known as the c
-anch and brand of cattle. This Klves
it sqme 1200 additional acres of pat
ented land, situated about five miies
from the company headquarter? at
Apache 'lejo, and the 2 C cattle are
now being gathered and will likelv
number more than 1000 head. The new
purchases give the company much
valuable land and water rights ad
joining its large holdings In that por
tion of the county.
An important find of prehistoric rel
ics was made at- the workings of the
Chino Copper company, a short dis
tance from Apache Tejo, where the
company is excavating for a large res
ervoir. James 'Campbell, an employe
of the company, who is assisting m tne
excavations, discovered a number o
large teeth, well preserved, and with
Xtelr P1Ish as clear a new
lentt1; T t0Kth- iS fUl1 four inches in
length and about one and a quarter
inches m diameter. The entire find is
well preserved and will be brought by
Mr Campbell, who will posslblv do
nate them to the Museum of the Nor
mal school The find was discovered
Si, bottom of t"e excavations
for the reservoir, in the loose sand and
rock, at a depth of 30 feet below the
surface. In this section of the coun
ty and around Faywood Hot Springs
several important discoveries of Indian
md prehistoric animal relics have been
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If you are weak and ailing, feel tired all the time,
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CLINT FABENS ROAD
3TOW BEING- STARTED
Grading to San Elizario Is
Completed; Clint Man
Eeturns With Bride.
- Clint Texas, Sept. 2JJ. Most of the
grading work on the road from this
place to San Elizario has "been com
pleted, and the laj'ing of rock will
commence next week. TVork on the
Clint-Fabens road will be delayed
until this road is finished on account
of the siding being laid.
K. G. Schairer and wife returned
from Ann Arbor, Mich., at which place
they were married on Aug. 31. Mrs.
Schairer was formerly Miss Martin of
the above city.
A. number of Clint people took ad
vantage of the trade excursions run to
El Paso, and all seem to be well pleas
ed" Avith the results.
School commenced here with a muc'
larger attendance than last year. Clint
has a new brick school 'building. The
Misses Eliott of Dalhart are in charge.
Sam Carr of this place is hauling in
loads of watermelons every day, rais
ed by the dry farming method, and
some of them weigh as much as 50
STEEL IS RECEIVED
FOR DALHART RAILROAD
ChrLsfian Church Revival Closes; 3Iany
Dalhart People Leave on "Trips,
Others Return From Vacations.
Dalhart, Texas, Sept. 22. C.' F. Row
ley and family have returned from
California and will make Dalhart their
homer in the future, locating on their
section adjoining town.
H. B. Hampton, Mae Hampton, Hel
ler Hampton and E. A. Spitler, after a
month's visit with L. A. Kock and fam
ily, returned to their home in Dayton,
Theo. -L. Cooksey and Theo. Moody,
after a month's work in the Christian
church here conducting a revival, left
for Tucumcari, N. M. I
Mrs. Chas. F. Rowley left for Mis
souri for a few weeks visit with rela
tives. Mrs. W. A. Savage, who has been in
Tucumcari, X. M., for the summer, has
returned to Dalhart. Mr. Savage is
United States stock inspector for this
Mrs. C. D. Steel, aftec a short visit
in Hutchinson, Kas., has returned to
Mrs. Herman Kober, who has been
visiting in Charles City, la., for the
past two months, returned today on the
Miss Myrtle Durbin of Springfiled,
Mo., is visiting Mrs. H. C. Fritchie for
Mxs. J. R. Pentuff, who has been
visiting Mrs. Jas. Clarke, returned to
her home at Grand Prairie, Texas.
Miss Levlna Swoyer is visiting her
parents at Hayden, N. M.
H. H. Noel, operator for the Rock
Island at Dalhart, and Mrs. H. H. 11c
Connel of Dalhart. were married here.
They will make this city their home".
ESTAXCIA SCHOOL BONDS
SELL AT GO.OD PREMIUM
Uring 1.1 Cenis More Than Prevloun
Jsmie; Mcdlcnl Society Meets; Au
tomobile Destroyed By Fire.
Estancia, N. M., Sept. 22. The
3000 school bonds recently Issued for a
two room addition to the school house,
sold last week at $1.05 1-4 or 5 1-4
cents above par, an advance of 15 1-4
cents over the $6000 bonds sold two
The Torrance County Medical associ
ation held its regular meeting at the
office of Dr. W. E. Sunderland. The
next meeting will be held at Willard
Mrs. Agnes Muecke and Robert H.'
Woolverton were married here and"
have gone on a wedding tour to Los
Angeles. They wll make th ir homo
Rev. B. F. Summers, who was pas
tor of the local Methodist church last
year, has been appointed pastor at
Santa Fe. Rev. "Winsor of Oklahoma is
stationed at Estancia.
Rev. C. I. Walker, pastor of the Bap-
tist church, has gone to Eucino to hold
(Mrs. O. A. Fiske and children have
arrived from Pryor. Okla., to join Mr.
Fiske, who came here several weeks
ago and bought a controlling interest
in the Estancia bank.
The 22 horse power Schacht automo-
bile of H. I. Souders burned. He, in
oempany with two passengers, had
gone to Chilili. They had nothing to
extinguish the blaze and the machine
was consumed. The fire Is supposed to
have started from a short circuit.
Marshall Atkinson of Corona is
here visiting his father, county treas
urer M. B. Atkinson, who is very ill.
Miss Etta Cochrane has gone to
Mountainair, where she will teach
Arthur Brashears has gone to New
kirk, Okla., where heN will enter
Mrs. Robert Rutz of Moriarity is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. TV. E. Sunder
TVm. Hardin has gone on a business
trip to El Paso.
Miss Elsie Allman has gone to Tul
sa, Okla., to visit her brother.
Li. A. Rosseau has gone on a visit to
VAX HORX RANCHES AXD
Many SalcK Recorded In El Paso County
Town; Hotel Enlarged; Masons
Have Xew Hall: Personals.
Van Horn. Texas, Sept. 22. Frank
Lupec has sold his ranch interests to
Frank Super has gone to Colorado
rit f- lT,, .5
City for an Indefinite time.
D. B. Jackson is .building an addi
tion ,to his hotel.
John A. Morini has bought the Fran-
, -i ' -l. , ,
v;iat;u .-.iiutja.ra.uy raiicii, iiisu iiorses,
cattle and goats.
irancisco Alzugarauy is to move the
remainder of his goats to Xew Mexico.
Jas. A. Espy has returned from Res
well, where he attended the El Paso
The Masons hold their first meeting
in their new hall. T. D. Love, J. B.
Carson andDr. C. A. McBeth of Sierra
Blanca were among the visiting Ma
sons. O. G. Young of Kansas City, Mo.,
partner of J. M. Daugherty, Is at Fig-
ure Two ranch looking after his in-
terest. w OTnfl,ts ti hr, t th h
about a week.
Among the shipments from Van Horn
Ipst wPftL- ,,- -... ,-,.m,c, o
iw7 rV. t , ,
load of fat cows, and R. Darrell a car
fr' ,and- CalVf i. r.
vw5 BSf 1U?lt Ge,r?re Haw"
kins Allamon stock of cattle, amount-
ing to about 220 head, which he ex-
pects to pasture south- of Kent. ,
W. A. King is on his ranch this
Several of the Van Horn ' people are
counting on taking in the circus at El
Rev. Mr. Head, Baptist minister of
Pecos, is holding a revival here, after
closing a meeting in El Paso.
Dr. Roseburry's baby, who has been
sick, is better.
A. B. Cummings has sold one-half
interest in his meat market to T. B.
Floyd, bookkeeper for the Van Horn
IS NEARIXG COMPLETIOX.
SwI"Ii Kutcine Tn Asrnln Eclnc: Used
Sheriff Sufferinsr From Appen
dicitis Personnl Xews.
Carrizozo. N. M., Sept. 22. The
structural steel for the new court
house and jail has arrived and is be
ing put in place and the reinforced
concrete floor for the second story is
beirg pourea this week.
Sheriff Charles Stephens is confined
to his home in Lincoln suffering from
an operation for appendicitis.
On account of an Increase in busi
ness the night switch engine lias again
been put into service.
Clay Van Schoyck has taken a posi-
Ition with the Southwesternas express
mesenger betwen this point and Capi
tan. John H. Canning has returned from
a business visit to New Tork city and j
other eastern points.
OJUAT." COUNTY MAY
COME TO THE FAIR.
Obar, N. M., Sept. 22. Quay county
made a good strike last year at the
El Paso fair, but this season here was
mighty dry up to August 1. There has
been plenty of rain since then, but it
came too late to do mucn good, unless
frost holds off late.
Some good stuff is reported, but just
the same farmers are charging off
1510 to "profit and loss."
Tucumcari will have a fair October
11 and 12 that ought to pick up a good
lot of stuff, which may go later to El
The principal ingredient of Cardui is imported di
rect from Europe, by us, and is of superior efficacy in
the treatment of womanly ailments. Cardui is not like
NOW FOURTEEN THOUSAND
Railroad Conductor Released From Jail
Following Accident, in Which. Boy
Was Killed; Personals.
Cananea, Son., Me., Sept. 22. The
number of people within the confines of
the city of Cananea is placed at 14,600
in the recent, census. The municipality
of Cananea, which includes considerable
outlying portions surrounding the city,
has been placed at 18,000. This includes
all the district up to the border, taking
in Naco, Son.
Joseph Corrigan, the conductor, on the
narrow gage railroad of the Greene
Cananea company, who was arrested on
Aug. G after his train ran over a boy,
was released from the jail. While in
confinement Corrigan was treated well
by the authorities and was allowed many
liberties 'that do not fall to the average
prisoner's lot. Corrigan states that he
has had enough of railroading in Mexico
I and will Ipa for i,p rmr2l St-t
soon as possible.
George Young, secretary of the Greene
Cananea company, has. gone to Mexico
City, where he will spend a few weeks.
j David Lole, assistant superintendent
w "7" &"i' r'
' a ! " !,.. v .:u " T t -
Angeles, where he will spend his vaca-
! To,0- tw.i., c- c ,t, ,. r
I James Douglas is m the citv irom
rnin ,?,- 3...-c,..,
I JWUiTl.l VMI HUllllXZJ UUS1I1CS9.
i Dr. L. D. Ricketts returned home from.!
I iJisoee. wnere he has been on a business !
TTftrherf- Wafprs lias orynp r "RTsKpo
and Douglas on mining business. j
Chas.- H. Edmundson has resigned as i
manager of the Cananea branch of the
Cananea stores. He has- been succeeded
by Wm. J. Oertling, of the Mesa branch.
Alto. N. M., Sept. 22. Born, to Mr. and
Mrs. T. N. Hrghtower, a 10 pound boy.
Mrs. B. F. Robinson, of Bonito, is
here visitiner her dauarhter. Mrs "W.
1 x. Hightower.
-,. , - . . .
Edmund Davis, who has been mining
here for several months, left for his
1 home in Tularosa.
""' "-" "" i waiting ner
! daughter, Mrs. John West, of Little
i Mrs-' A- E- Crawford and Mrs. Will
Uarr, of Little Creek, are visiting Mrs.
; Elmer Lane and family.
Capt. P. K Krause, who has been
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Fred Tully, of Glencoe, N. Ml, is hers
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. A. J.
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