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Wednesday, October 2, 1912 11
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25 GENT "OMD
Don't pay 50 cents for worthless hair tonics Use old,
reliable, harmless "Danderine" Get results.
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy i
hair Is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; or dandruff that awful scurf.
There is nothing: so destmctive to
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
of its lustre. Its strength and its very
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ness and itching of the scalp, -which
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A little Danderine tonight now
any time will surely save your hair.
& PARSOXS, X. M. -O
Parsons, N. M., Oct. 2. Rev. Dr. H.
P V. Bogue, of Crockett, attended the
annual meeting of the Parsons Mining
company. Dr. Bogue is president of
the Mary Allen seminary at Crockett,
and although he has been a stockhold
er of the Parsons Mining company for
several years, this is his first visit to
Messrs. Scott and Hobble, of -the for
est service, paid a visit to Parsons.
Rev. S. M Johnson, of Ruidoso, came
orer on a visit to friends.
Dr. and Mrs. R. C Dryden. who have
been here on a vislti to J. M. Rice and
family, have left for Kansas City and
Missouri, where they go to visit rela
tives -and friends. Before returning to
their home at Pima, Ariz., they will
visit with Dr. and Mrs. J. J. jWelch, at
Dawson, N. M.
A hard freeze visited this vicinity
Saturday night, which killed the veg
etation. J. M. Rice made a trip to Carrizozo.
L. Jennings has gone to Capltan on
Rev. Charlie Robinson, of near Ros
well, who has been here holding revival
meptlnes for the Dast two months, is
expected here this week to visib,
Lute Skinner and J. Garvin are at
work on South Fork at the intake,
making a dam.
L. Jennings has returned from a
business trip to Capltan.
Richard Copeland is here In the em
ploy of T. J. Grafton.
T. J. Grafton has left for Nogal.
where he goes after Rev. C. Robinson
and family, who will visit here.
Charlie Henley, cf the Pete Burleson
place, above Lincoln, spent a day here.
Lester Greer has returned from Rui
doso, where he has been in the em
ployment of James Robinson and'L N.
D. S. Elliott and family visited a
M. Crockett and family.
A party consisting of Mesdames L.
Jennings and T. J. Grafton and Miss
Emma Grafton, Milus Grafton. Tommie
Jennings, Joe Jennings, Willis and
Charlie Jennings, Hugh Grafton, Pearl,
Etta and Mary Jennings, spent a day
on the divide at the head of Little Bo
nito picnicking. This place is reached
by going up the "White mountain for
est trail and up the narrow, thick tim
bered canyon of Argentine. On top
of the divide commands a beautiful
view of the mountains and plains.
J. Dalton, of Tortolita canyon, was a
business visitor here this week.
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O 5IIA2uT, ARIZ. --
Miami, Ariz, Oct. 2. Leroy McCrea
and his bride have arrived in Miami
from Gallup, N. M., and will make their
home permanently here. Mr. McCrea
will associate himself in business with
his brother, Henry.
Harry Newhitt and Frank Gassoway
have left Miami on a visit to New York
City and other eastern points. They
will be absent a month.
J. N. Gcaslin has sold his interest in
the Mountain View hotel in Globe and
has moved his family to Miami.
Elmer -Liner and Miss Agnes Black
burn were married by judge Lafayette
P. Nash, of Miami. The bride has been
a social leader in the younger set of
Miami for the past two years. Mr.
Liner has been employed as a churn
driller by the. Inspiration Copper com
pany up to a short time ago, .when he
entered the automobile business.
Trt tot-miIIo" 1a4-4-.v O O O t j3
Social Doings Is the Southwest
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El Paso' Text
Get a 25 cent bottle of Khowlton's
Danderine from any drug- store or
toilet counter, and after the first ap
plication you will say it was the best
investment you ever made. Tour hair
will immediately take on that life,
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FORT DAVIS, TEXAS. O
Ft. Davis, Texas, Oct. 2. Misses
Alice and Lottie Powell entertained
the young people with a party at the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Powell, one mile south of town.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. L
Mixon, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Tompson,
Mrs. S. N. Janes, Mrs. Sarah Locke,
Mrs. J. C. Powell, -grandma Powell;
Misses Alice, Ruth and Mary Sproul,
Katherine i Ed gar, Maude Edens, Mable
Bloys, Mary Carlton, Lena Shelton,
Ruth Carlton. Emma Montgomery.
Alice, Lottie and Wertie Powell;
Messrs. Frank Sproul, Barnie and Geo.
Teague, Lee Sproul, H. D. Bloys, Tyrill
and Kenneth Smith, Lawrence Cassa
day, Kenneth Stewart, Irl and Joe
Weatherby. Ellis Carlton, Jimmle Pow
ell. From Marfa, Messrs. Smith, Al
bert Carsondick and Tommie Powell.
Tie Methodist people expect to have
a pastor located here this next year
to preach two Sundays here and in "Val
entine two Sundays each month
Heretofore there has only been one
Sunday school in Ft Davis, the Union
Sunday school, but the Methodists have
met and, organized a Sunday school
which will be held regularly at 10 a.
m. at the Methodist church.
G. & Locke, of Concord. N. H., is
here looking after his ranch interests.
Mrs S. M. Janes and Mrs. Sarah
Locke entertained with a six oclock
dinner, complimenatry to Mrs. Stucl:
ert and Miss Malivinsky, who have
spent the most of the summer here, but
expect to leave for their homes in
Brcnham and Houston. Texas, Monday.
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Dumble, Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Jones, Mrs.
Stucker, Miss Malivinsky, Eva Dumble,
Mrs. S. M. Janes and Mrs. Sarah Locke.
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Jones entertained
a few of their friends with hearts.
A lunch was served. Those present
were: Messrs. George Bleim, Joe Espy,
H. A. King. W. E. Bogle, Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. "Willis McCutcheon and
Mr. tjackney and son. Claude Hackney,
were in from the McCutcheon ranch
O SAX 3IARCIAL, X. 3J. &
San Marcial, N. M.. Oct 2. Mrs. C. P.
Riley, of Clovls, is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. G. C Machen.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hansen are visit
ing in El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Folk have as their
guests Mr. and Mr3. Debrell, of Galves
ton. Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Peterson, of Ele
phant Butte, are visiting here.
Mrs. John G. "Warren, of Engle. is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. War
ren. Mrs. J. J. Smith has left for Las Ve
gas, where she will visit her husband,
who is a patient at the Santa Fe hos
pital. Miss Mabel Meyers, of Rincon. is here
Miss Josle Lewis, of Rincon, has a
position as clerk in the A., T. & S. F.
Miss May Crawford has returned
from El Paso, -where she visited 1iir
sister. Mrs. D. W. Reckhart
H. Bonem and W. D. Hitchcock will
leavchere "Wednesday for an extended
trip to the Pacific coast.
C. L. McCallister, of Klneon, was
here on business recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pelton are visit
ing In El Paso.
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INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
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JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cashier.
Do you want to know why most of us haven't a good bank account?
It is because a dime or a nickel is spent without giving it a second
thought. If an article costs a dollar or two we stop and commence to
wonder whether we really need it or not. If it costs a penny or a
nickel, out it comes and it's gone. Now, bow ve you going to get it
back? Can you get it as easy from some one else? Ask yourselfi
It isn't the dollars you spend that keep you hard up. It's the Bmall
parts of a dollar. Try and save your small change and the results
will astonish you.
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Mail Orders Given Careful Attention
Second and Chihuahua
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Valentine. Texas, Oct 2. The Home
Mission society" gave a chicken dinner,
atfer which Ice cream and cake were
served. This netted the society 555.
H. Gist, of Temple, Texas, is here
looking after ranch interests.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evans, Mrs. G. N.
Rand, Mr. and Mrs. G. "W. Evans, Miss
Bean, of Roswell, Will, Rube and Ed
Evans, Miss Miriam Moore, Cook
Moore, R. R. Youngblood and family
were among the ranch people who at
tended the chicken dinner given by the
Home Mission society.
Miss Essie Mills has returned from
San Antonio, Texas, where she has been
Miss Irene Kirk, of "Waco, has ar
rived. Miss Kirk has theposition as
governess on the Quinn ranch.
James F. Everett has returned from
3. business and pleasure trip to El Paso.
, Mr. and Mrs. Van Neil and little
folks, from the Brite ranch, are visiting
relatives in El Paso.
Miss Mary Smith, formerly of Val
entine, is now -with the Popular Dry
Goods company in El Paso. -
Miss Pearl Jcnes, of Lobo, is the
guest of Miss Bertie McAnelly.
C A. Brown, president of the Marfa
and Alpine National banks, and his
wife were recent guests at the Flnley
W. W. Gravenberg, former night
yardmaster at Valentine, was here, en
route to Houston, where he will attend ,
cuuru iur. urdenuerg Has Drougui
suit against the Western Union Tele
graph company for alleged non-Qellv-ery
of a death message.
Mrs. B. G. Parker and children have
returned from an extended visit with
relatives at Marathon.
Mrs. A. S. Stewart and sons have re
turned from a visit with relatives in
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Bloys are here,
the guests of their son, Roy H. Bloys.
Rev. Mr. Bloys helo services in the
Union church Sunday.
L. T. Robinson, who has been visit
ing at his old home in San Antonio,
has returned to his rancn near Wen
dell. Leon V. Campbell, of the Panama
canal zone, is the guest of his sister,
Mrs. J. 'T. Schanderer.
Mrs. Schanderer has returned recent
ly from Hotel Dieu, in El Paso, where
she has been for treatment
Miss Zora Finley is expected home
in a few days from San Antonio, where
she has been taking special music
Miss Florence Finley has returned
.from Roswell. N. M., after an extended
visit with relatives.
P. P. Bond has been spending a
-week on the Quinn ranch.
Cbas. Kramor, of Marfa, -was a recent
visitor in Valentine.
The young people enjoyed a dance
given in the auditorium of the High
School building. Music was furnished
by the home orchestra. Among those
present were: Misses Florence Finley,
Mattie Lou Quinn, 'Anna Youngblood,
Stella Youngblood, Miss Bean, of Ros
well, N. M.; Mesdames G. N. Rand, Joe
Evans. Ada. naswtt. TV. A Vnlov C r
I Finley; Messrs. P. P. Bond, Otis and
Carl Means, will. Rube and El Evans,
C E. Couring. W. A. Foley, Richards,
J. H. Looney and Joe Evans.
BIG SPRIXGS, TEXAS. .
Big Springs. Texas, Oct 2. Dr. R. M.
Harkey, Porter A. Whaley and other
prominent citizens of Pecos, were hero
at the opening of the county fair.
T. C. Carrington, secretary of the
Commercial club at Midland, is in the
city attending the fair.
Mrs. J. V. Hanson has been called
to Pomona, Cal., by the serious Illness
of her father. Dr. J. C. Baird.
Mrs. Burcn Car3on. of Barstow, is the
guest of Mrs. C. D. Ambrose.
& SAFFOHD, AKIZ. O
Safford. Ariz., Oct. 2. Wm. Ells
worth is attending the Irrigation con
vention in Salt Lake City. He will
place his daughter, Miss Rosa, in
school in Los Angeles before he re
turns. Miss Josie Williams and Milton Mc
Rae, two popular young people of
Thatcher, were united In marriage at
the home of the bride's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Williams. President
Kimball performed the ceremony. Miss
Josie's graduation class, of Gila acade
my,' attended In a boay.
County attorney Crosby and J. R.
"Welker are spending a few days at
Indian Hot springs.
Frank and Arthur Nelson have gone
to Los Angeles, where they will enjoy
life for a few months.
A box social was held by. the Baptist
chudch members at their friends. The
pastor, C C Kitkman. holds afternoon
services at Solomonville each Sunday
State senator A. A. Worsley, of Tuc
son, addressed an interested audience
at the park here. r
Clarence Dowdlc and Arthur Jen
nings nate gone to Tucson, where they
will be students this year at the uni
versity. Misses Angie and Zona Robmson
have gone to Los Angeles, where they
will make their future home. Their
parents will join them in a month or
Robert Nash, Will Houch, Harry
Kirtland. Frank Ancrln Tinhprt -Morric
and A. M. Farmer have gone to Black
river for a three weeks" hunting trip.
ine reception at the M. E. church
to the teachers was highly enjoyable,
.each teacher representing a book, anl
all getting well acquainted ere the con
test Closed. -Plinnh vljiphftf arwT lrf
were the delicious refreshments.
T. T. Swift, forest supervisor, has re
turned from a six weeks' .tour of in
spection In northern Arizona. He will
leave on several shorter trips soon.
Mrs. G. W. Andrus is visiting her
daughter in Globe.
E. T. Ijams and son, Clyde, have re
turned from a two months' trip to the
coast Clyde is 15 pounds heavier.
About 50 young women enjoyed the
afternoon at Mrs. Piatt's In a meeting
of the Y. L M. L A. Chicken sand
wiches, cake and punch were served.
Rev. Mr. Gordon. Baptist missionary,
was a Safford visitor the fore part of
Mrs. Mary Geffs, of Denver, ad
dressed the Safford people Friday on
CORONA, X 31. -O.
Corona. N. M., Oct 2. A. J. Atkinson
and family have returned from a few
days' visit to friends and relatives in
Estancia. N. M.
John Dulany is spending a few days
in El Paso, accompanying the Kelly
and Norris shipment of sheep to that
Joe Holzman went to Santa Rosa, N.
M.. on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John HIght. who havo
been spending some time in El Paso,
T. M. DuBoise left for Roswell on
Joe Skinner spent two days in
"Vaughn, N. M., on business.
Frank Maxwell came up from Carri
zozo. N. M, on business, one day this
Ktt Cox and Bob Brown, who have
been doing considerable work on th
public roads in the White Oaks dis
trict, have returned home.
C. C. Clements is in Roswell.
Roy Owen has lert for. Carrizozo.
Tom McMurrav met with a serious
accident by being thrown from a
he First Nati
J. O. CROCKETT.
J. B. DALE.
J. M. GOGGEN'.
E. 3J. HTJKD.
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On the odd numbered days of the month.
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ft BERINO. 31. -d-
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Berino, N. M., Oct. 2. The Mesilla
Valley fair was well "attended by peo-
pl from this community. Amon; those
going were: Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Gib
son, Mr. and Mrs. J. C McNary, J. P.
Pickens. S. G. Kilgore, J. L. Thompson.
Vyron Gibson, Walter Mossman, Alfred
Hunter and Fay Stamper. The latter
two won first prizes in the "broncho
busting"' contest. Mr. Hunter rode a
horse that no one else would attempt
Claude Kilgore. of El Paso, was here
visiting his sister. Mrs. Carl Price.
Alwm, one of Mr. Carpenter's young
er sons, is quite ill with typhoid fever.
E. L. Christian, formerly of El Paso,
but now of Tucson, Ariz., has been
visiting J. C. Rishaberger.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott, of El
Paso, were visitors at the Belk ranch.
H. C. Rawlings spent the week with
hi3 son, J. D. Rawlings. at Mesqulte.
Mrs. Freeman returned to Las Cru
ces, after having spent a week with her
daughter, Mrs. Mossman.
Visitors to El Paso have been Mrs.
S. G. Kilgore, Mrs. Walter Mossman, J.
C. Rishaberger. F. G. Belk. J. Wesley
Baker, C. N. Gibson. S. W. Howard.
Mrs. Carl Price and "W. P. Brooks.
- PLATEAU, TEXAS. &
Plateau, Texas, Oct. 2. Mrs. J. E.
Rainer and her hclldren have returned
from a trip to El Paso.
W. C Drlggers was a recent visitor
to Van Horn.
Mrs. J, H. Rowley went to Baird
this week for a few days.
Mrs. E L. Jones has been sick the
past few days.
During the Past Five
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..-.:-' .-.K-.Mi-n 4,194,102
. .wv.-.-.vw. .- 5,218,513
Board of Directors
J. J. 3ITINDY.
JAMES G. STcKARY.
J. H. NATIONS,
a M. NEWMAN.
J. M. RAYNOLDS.
F. i. WJSJSOPJJS,
Asst. Gen. Fit. & Pass. Agt.
-O- SOCORRO, X. 3X. -
Socorro, N. M-, Oct. 2. Rev. H. P.
I Cary. of Globe, Ariz., who has been vis-
t iting his daughter, Mrs. John F. Gra
nam. has left to attend the meeting of
the synods of New Mexico and Arizona,
held at Demlng. From there he will
return to GlObe.
The Bridge Whist club met with
The students of the School of Mines
entertained their friends with a bon
fire picnic on the campus. Dancing
and supper were enjoyed in the dormi
tory. Rev. W. A. Ervin, pastor of the Pres
byterian church, is in Demlng attend
ing a meeting of synod. He will alsp
spend a few days on his ranch near
The Aid society will give a supper in
the K. P. hall next Friday evening.
A coming event In social circles will
be the marriage of Miss Lena Griffith
to John D. Merriwether, which will
take place in the Episcopal church on
the evening of October 16.
Prof. Anderson, of the School of
Minos, was a visitor in Albuquerque.
The hotel accommodations of Socorro
are being crowded to the utmost, due
to the session of court and the large
number of witnesses summoned to ap
pear before the grand jury.
The Junior class of the School of
Mines spent a day on an inspection trip
to the Merrltt mine.
F. Malloit received a painful injury
by having an ammonia bottle explode
and throw the liquid Into one of his
eyes. He will be able to resume his
studies in a short time.
OTHER SOUTHWEST SO-
CIETY SEWS OX PAGE 13 -A.
B. B. STE733NS.
W W. TURKEY.
J. W, ZOLT.ARS.
J. H. POLLARD
W. E. ARNOLD
is never worried who plans to
earn more than he. spends- and
deposits the surplus -with, na
Ve pat; 4 tnlercsl on sav
Bank & Trustee o
Just below Post Offica.
WORKED LIKE MAGIC
RED, SCALT ECZEMA YIELDS
o.A IV&hlana" N- T- woman writes:
Since 1901 I suffered from eczema and
my skin was very tender, red and scaly,
and I could find no relief until I used
Saxo Salve. The first application
wprked like magic. In less than a week
the scales were gone and now the skin
Is healed and smooth, thanks to Saxo
In all forms of eczema, and all other
crusted or scaiy numors and eruptions;
mm aive nas g.iven astonishing
good results. The Erreat imnrnvoms
that it, makes in the first few da-
snows piainiy inar you can place
irusi in us curaiive power.
We have so much confidence In It
that we give back your money if you
are not satisfied with Saxo Salve Kel
ly &. Pollard, Druggists. El Paso, Texas.