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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday," Nov. 6, 1912
A Disinfectant That Beautifies
THAT IS A GOOD COAT OF PAINT.
Where residences have been occupied and new parties are moving i, the
house should first have a good coat of paint, which is a sure disinfected.
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BMS SINKINGS, TEXAS. HAYDEN ARIZONA
FORT DAVIS, TEXAS.
CLOVIS. X. M.
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SOCIAL DOINGS IN THE SOUTHWEST
Big Springs, Tex., Not. 6. Leland
htone entertained' 30 of his young I was held by me "Sstraggling ifciKS or
lrunds and a very pleasant time as I Hayden and Winkelman in judge Rices
i moved. court room, at which preliminary ar-
Mi'ss Clara White has returned to her rangements were made for the pro
;omu in Waco after a visit here, with posed dance to be given on Thanks-Mi'-s
Nell Hatch. giving eve. Hayden and Winkelman
Ross W-tsel is home from Borden have about 40 stragglers, and already
rounty, wncre he has been erecting a the affair has been sufficiently fi
1 -rgt rt&idcnce on the ranch of Francis nanced. A. J. Wamsley 'was elected
-vbney. temporary chairman and G. A. Soutter.
Jli&s Vera Kinnery is home from a secretary protem. A committee com-v.s-it
in Fort Worth and Dallas. mur of Messrs. Nash. Wilev and Rood
.Mrs. sterling Price entertained at
iTidge. proposition, and if local musicians can
Misses Margaret Wills and Maydell not be procured that will give satisfac
rsirdvrell hae returned from a visit tion, it is probable that music will be
iMth Iailao friends. secured from Phoenix. It was decided
G. L. Gates is home from a protracted to procure a program that will be suit
business trip to Shreveport, La. aoje as a souvenir, containing the
Mrs. D L. Darling U, visiting rela- names of all local Elks.
t.Ms in Dallas. Eugene Miller, assignee of the John
fe. laniMtt has returned from a trip Maclntyre company, has arrived from
to1-1TPa1so- , . , Globe for a week's stay.
R. J. Jackson, of Dawson county, is w w Duncan, manager of the Hay
in the city. dn supply company's San Pedro
Mrs. John Joyncr of Dawson county, brancn JJoJe, spent a few days in
!SAles?JlstJolB,lecS5.riSgsiend- Phoenix. Guy Stephenson acted as
C. C. Hinds, of Fort Worth, a former maa" er durin& Mr. Duncan's absence.
Big Springs citizen is here. Charles TweSd. an attache of the
to-avte!tC,er?orhdaSandtUDalfasfr0m . &&&
homeVom1. vfsft'atVos? ctt"11 " ? " Mom
hTurtorB?0wnltisatin?OfSromtJis Ector Hayden VbnaC
county ranch visiting his parents. Mr. 8UPrtnt"?ent "L?"""
nd Mrs. Bud Brown. solidated Copper company s "road at
Dr. Harry Grafka has returned to tne Cananea. where he has a position as
11 s. ianch. where he is engaged in the yardmaster for tr-at company. M..
1 m ted States livestock inspection work, O'Connor was formerly in the employ
-liter a visit here with friends. of the Cananea company in a like ca-
G. L. Brown is back from a, trip to n&city for a period of frve years, but
Dallas. since Hayden has been on the map, has
J. i". Gibson, a former dispatcher for been a resident here.
the T. A: P here. is. in the city from Fred Metten, an attache of the Ag-
Uaird, where he is now stationed. zona Eastern railroad in the local
W F. Calder, of Glasscock county station, spent a few days with his
liaised through the city en route to San folks in Phoenix Alfred Elliott, a new
Francisco, from which point ce will arrival in Hayden. relieved Mr. Metten
ta:i for New Zealand for a year's visit, during his absence.
iL C. Sanderson and J. AV. Ward Lave Stella Lambert spent a few days in
returned from an auto tour through 1 Phoenix.
th.- plains country. i James Farley and wife spent the
i:-. F. S. Henderson has been in-
s-tailed as pastor of the First Presby
it; 'an church of this city.
J lev. L. O Cunningham, of Loving.
:-. M., Dr. P. C. Coleman and Rev. W.
1- Downing, of Barstow, were visitors
in the city.
K-. Chat.. W. Hearon is in Abilene
attending the annual conference of the
Metr.odist church of this district.
The oung people enjoed a Hal
lowe'en hop at the opera house.
H. Porch, of Runnels count, a for
i'i r resident of this .city, is in the city.
mt .forcn says ne expects io return;
here in the rear futu to again make
ln home here.
Chesttr 11. Cook, of Rockville, Mo..
and Miss Maud Smith, daugnter of Dr.
.aid Mrs. L E. Smith, were married at
ihe home of the bride's parents in this
.ity, Re. Chas. W. Heaion officiating.
'i h left on a oridel trip to northern
tities, after Oieh they will return to
J.oi kwllc to make their home.
E. Scott lb. home from a trip to
II. 1. Arnold is back from a trip to
J. E. Friley has returned from a busi
ness trip to Sierra Blanca, and other
J. C. Galbraith, of Dal hart, is here
At the 1. O. O. F. hall a local branch
or the American Railroad Employes
and Investors' association was organ
ized in tins city With 61 charter mem
beis. The following officers were elect -i
u to serve durmg the ensuing year: D.
1 Painter, president; F. A. Carlston,
v ice president; C W. Jones, secretary;
! F. McKay. G. W. Pope and W. F.
.Uamon, executive board; J. S. Cherry,
. ilrtscntatie to general board: T. H.
C A. Rjhrup. a former citizen here,
i- in t!ic city from Dallas.
ilr. and ;irs. R. W. Andrus, after an
f teiided isit with their daughter. Mrs.
.'cl.n Joyner, in Dawson county, left
ic their home in Crystal Springs.
The marriage of H. C. Con was" and
Misr Mari Gatlin, both of this city, is
: t riorted.
jl: s. Harry Abney gave a luncheon to j
a njnKT of her friends.
m. Krumscheid and family have
1( ft for Peru, I1L, where they will make
Oscar Oliver has returned from a
Tirt to relatives at Fort Smith Ark.
7. It. Stf rhns is home from a. visit at
Ares:a, X. M.
J.m Ellis is home from a visit in
H. J. McBee is in the city from Tay
lor county looking after property ln
ttsts. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Robb are home
from a visit to El Paso friends.
W. H. Evans, of Fort Worth. Is a vis
itor in the city.
Claton Stewart is a new arrival In
the city, coining from New Mexico.
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Belen, N M.. Nov. 6. The Epworth
league of the Methodist church gave a
-ociable at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T P. Simmons. The home had been
decorated in jack o'lanterns, black cats,
owls and bats. Ghosts ushered the
quests from the door, and a witch, pre
siding over a kettle in one corner of
the room, stirred out the fortunes of
the persons present
Another event of the season was a
tapper given by the Aid society of the
1 uthiran church in the dining room of
l s Hotel Belen. A large number at
tended. The Lady Maccabees of Belen gave a
dance in Commercial halL
The Aid society of the Methodist
church held its Weekly work session at
the home of Mrs. a L. Sutter. The
-ncT-bers are working hard in final
.j'-eparaMon for their annual bazaar.
which will be given In Commercial
ha'! on Thanksglylng day.
Mrs. B, I Cot, who has been quite
nouslv sick for the past few days, is
much imnrovtd. Mr. Cox. who was .out
of the cit. was called home on account
of her serious condition.
Mr. and Mrs. John Craig have re
i lrned to their home here after spend -:
r--r several weeks at the homes of
rriotives in Missouri.
Miss Florence Rigney. who has been
ill for a short time, is almost fully re
. DALHART, TEXAS.
Dal hart Texas, Nov. S. The ball giv---n
bv the local ledge of Elks 'was the
best planned and executed social affair j
01 uie setisuu. x ue a&ii writs unuuiiu
iv decorated for the occasion and car
ried out the Hallowe'en idea in every
particular, the decorations consisting
of pumpkins, corn in the shock, vines,
artistic lanterns, etc. Refreshments
v ere serv ed at a late hour, consisting
of pumpkin pie and other edibles In
keeping with the occasion.
C. S. Harrington, Floyd Sanders. H.
L. McCune and Clarence Denton are in
Amarillo undergoing the examination
for lawyer's license.
Col. C. H. Shannon, chief engineer of
the E. O. & W. railroad, is back from a
business trip to St Louis in the inter
est of the road.
Mrs. T. A Hilburn has returned from
a visit Jlo relatives and friends in El
WS SELL ONLY THE KIND WE CAN GUARANTEE. SADDLES
FOR LADIES, COWBOYS, ENGLISH SADDLES, ETC.
Sheltoh-Payne Arms Co.
' Hayden, Arlt, wot. fc. a. meeting
was Instructed to look into the musiCj
l week in Phoenix.
Deputy Walter Gibson nas returned
from a month's leave of absence, spent
with friends and relatives in Illinois
and Wisconsin points.
A J. Maclean, cashier for tne iay
Consolidated, has returned after a
short session held with the state cor
poration commission in Phoenix.
J. Q. MacDonald. superintendent of
Mills for the Ray Consolidated Copper
company, has returned from a short
vi"5it in Phoenix.
The Arizona Eastern railroaji ran ei-
. "L . i,i hnnrh rturlnir
Jra coaches onthejoeal branch during
Tio week- to aceorrmodate the crowds.
Mrs. Joseph Fitzgerald spent a few
days in Tempe and Phoenix visiting
R. M. McCrae. general mill foreman
for the Ray Consolidated Copper com
pany, has returned from a month's visit
spent with friends in Los Angeles.
Messrs. Metten and Forback gave a
hard time dance in the Hayden hotel,
onlv a small crowd being present
Dr. A. B. Rood has moved his dental
parlors from the Standard Mercantile
block to the John Maclntyre block.
Tom Dennis, proprietor of the Hay
den Meat market is spending a few
days in Tempe with his family.
J. H. Browne, superintendent of the
Sundav school in connection with the
local Union church, acted as host at a
veying the childTS a few milS up the
o.i lnA c. tvi.t ..nrtfl vari-
-" " . l-i k. tw .hii. .
L. H Wiseman, an attache of the ;
t?eceipt.of a telegram advising him of
thp serious illness oi ms Dromw. :
me serious uuiot i " w... " :
eV'sucldfv lui 1
V,,,;ViIri tn the St MarVs hosDital at
Tucson f ot D,as-
Miss Grace Helen Wood, en ml the Miss Carrie Simpson made a trip to
local school teachers, spent a few days I her "claim" in the Artesia district, ac
in Phoenix. t ' companied by Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Russell Page and wif, of WInkel- ' Johnson,
man, spent the week in Phoenix. i Mr. and Mrs. Mit Simms have re-
E C Taylor, of Taylor-Hatch com- turned from Phoenix
pany, is in Phoenix for a few days. He Mr. and Mrs. R W. Smith and M. S.
will return in company with his wife, Grizsard have returned from Phoenix.
who has been spending the past, couple
of weeks there.
VAX HOKX, TBXAS.
Van Horn, Tex.. Nov. 6. J. Y. Canon the rancn east ot town.
bas left for Dallas. He was accompa- , Mrs Frank Ringgold and sister, Mrs.
nied by his wife as far as Big Springs, Honora jj. parks, were Safford vls
where she will visit Mr. Canon's mother. jtors
M1BS iaBle vfies, l noiuuL rii.xu&o,
t viaitinf T. H. Yarbro's family.
Mrs; W. T. Medley and Miss Mae Jollie
will retHrn from El Paso soon. Mrs.
Medley has been taking a course in
Mrs. R. A. Sspy has returned from Bl
Paso, where she spent a week.
Bonnie Aultman was in town this
Miss Gibbons, of El Paso, spent one
Miss Kate Bean, of Roswell, N. M
day in town this week,
is visiting her brothers. Jim and Ted
Ned Bounds Is vlWting his mother in
El Paso, who is quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cox are anticipat
ing a visit to California soon, to spend
The women of Van Horn have or
ganized a basketball team.
Hal McArty has left for his ranch,
where he intends putting in some new
Mrs. Fred Bach has returned from
El Paso. -
Mrs. J. H. Buch was called to Austin,
Tex., on account of the serious Illness
of h'er daughterinlaw.
Dr. McGregor, of Lobo, is thinking
of selling his Lobo hotel and land to a
New York baseball team for a winter
Mrs. Looney, of Colorado City,
is expected here soon for a visit at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bean are spending a
few days In town.
Jim Bean and his sister. Miss Kate
Bean, of Roswell, N. M., are spending a
few days here.
Lee Prude has left for his ranch.
Mrs. Robert Merkerson is improving,
after being under treatment in SI Paso.
MYNDUS, X. M.
Myndus, N. M., Nov. 6. Dr. Morris
and his son were visitors in Deming.
They went to investigate a new pump
which they think they will instal in
their deep well, now being completed.
R D. Clayton's cbild has typhoid fe
ver. A trained nurse from Deming la
th the litUe one. "
A Colp and family, of El Paso, are
among the late homesteaders here. They
brought with them a carload of house
hold goods and live stock. Their new
home is being built by Craig and Lili
gren. ' Jos. Osborne Is a new arrival. He
will move his family here in a short
Mrs. H. Clay Dyer and son. Clay, have
gone for a short visit to friends in El
MaJ. William Hamilton, of Hobart
Okla., is spending some time as the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. Henry
&. GLOBE, ARIZOXA. &
Globe, Ariz. Nov. 6. Mrs. Charles
Duncan, at her residence in East
Globe, gave a very pretty party to a
few of her young friends. Card play
ing and dancing were indulged in,
after which a lunch was served.
Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Wiley have re
turned to this city from Newark, N. J.,
where they have been visiting rela
tives. W. C. Winsor. of Superior, has ar
rived in Globe on mining business.
A baby has arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Esparza, at Cop
Louis B. Sims and Claribell Hanson
were married by judge H. H. Pratt.
Ray Clark, of the Brookner com
pany, has left for Los Angeles to visit
his father, who Is ill in that city.
Wm. Isben, prominent business man
of Globe, has moved his family to
Miami. Mr. Isben will go into the dry
goods and men's furnishings busi
ness. Miss Mabel Lewis, who has been
connected with the county attorney's
office, will make her future home in
Miami, where her parents reside-
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Holcomb have re
turned from Phoenix.
Jack Hardy has left for -El Paso, to
be gone a week.
Mrs. Barney Rice has returned from
a visit to her old home in Ireland,
where she went four months ago.
Miss Lillian Morris, of Kansas City,
has the position as stenographer to
county attorney Johnson.
L. W. Jones of Miami, connected
with the Miami telephone company,
was a visitor in Globe.
Fred H. Jones has returned from
Phoenix, where he attended the meet
ing of the State board of embalmers.
Miss Allie Bas of Wheatfields was a
visitor in the city.
Dr. J. A. Lord and sister, Mrs. Carlin,
have returned from Phoenix.
nllll w Tiw ?S"-rw r ' Stewart; Misses Jettie Pruett. Juanita
!Gw' rJS?y;. EST35L.iJ I Watwm. Nenow and Eva Jones. Gene
lobe now a resident Oi Los Angeles. n. ,., j r;.-.fo ,-., rt
Globe now a resident of Los Angeles,
is visiting here.
J. H. Hechtman has returned from
Mrs. Sarah Sorm of Tucson arrived
in Globe last night
Solompnsville, Ariz., Nov. S. J. W.
Armstrong was in from the Whitlock
Under sheriff W. A. Bennett -is back
from his hunting trip in the Blue range,
?3?lS JES&Zr J?"1"'15 a fl"e
"ASoSShfSS:. of Safford. is
now local telephone operator.
Miss Lily Cloridge, who tended the
local telephone until the place could be
filled, is again at work at her old desk
in the recorder's ofice.
Mrs. C E. Moorman has left for a visit
with a granddaughter, Mrs. E. C. Egu,
at Yuma, before going to Reno, Nev.,
where she expects to reside.
Th ftneifil e-iven bv the voilnfir neA- I
pie at the courthouse was greatly en-
jcyed by all attending. A lunch of hot
cotfee, cake and punch was served the
The ramily of Jose . .Fernandez came
from the state of Tepic. Mex. to jpin
Mr. Fr-rnandez. who has been some
time at Solomonsvville.
John D. and Howard M. Parks are In
York, Ariz. -,., -
ter. rj W .a. WHso a vlt
Mr. and Mrs. Lerentfo BataMy. of
Hl.,iv - hAr , majre . Tiit with
SffiVraT'Barafdf w MI
tonia Diax and is the only daughter
They made the trip to pneenlx and
return by auto,
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. w. rsnop nas jeit or oa u es,
Calif., accompanied by his daughter,
U. TT TTr ClA.n IT.. 'RtohAn Laa
been in 111 health for some time aast
Mrs. Etta Grapengiter and children
were the guests of her father and
mAhtt. Afr anil W f TT fBrriitfi at
O PARSONS, :V. 31.
Parsons. N. M., Nov. 6. T. A. Bragg
escorted a party of boys, including
Totnmie Jennings. Lester Greer. Pinkie
Roberts and Lee Bragg, on a' bear hunt
in the mountains. The party met with
no success v and returned without the
Pinkie Roberts is here on a visit to
friends from near Angus.
T. J. Grafton bas returned from Capt
itan. Mrs. J. F. Slayton has gone to Car
risozo. -where she -will spend the winter.
L. N. McReynolds has returned from
L. Jennings has left for Carrizozo.
Wilford Dupree, who bas been sick.
Is able to be up again.
Mrs. B. R. Robinson and daughter,
L. N. McReynolds has returned from
front near Nogal, where they had been
James Robinson has sow his place on
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Webber and
baby. Alice, are here from Carthage,
N. M., as guests of relatives for a
Will Brooks, of Little Creek, spent a
T. A. Bragg and L. Jennings spent
a day on the west side at their copper
W. G. Wells is on the sick list again.
Mr. Wells has been in bad health for
Mrs. Emma Peters, of Angus, spent a
day here visiting.
Mrs. William Hust was a visitor
here this week.
J. Cochran and W. Hust are here do
ing some mining work in Parsons.
H. Consbruch was a visitor here from
Mr. jsmA Mrs. L. "W. Webber and
Misses Charlotte and Helen Rice spent
a day on the mesa with E. Keller and
L. Jennings is trapping for bear on
Big Bear canyon.
Mrs. T. J. Grafton and daughter were
guests of Mrs. W. G. Wells.
T. J. and M. J. Grafton have re
turned from R. Hust's, on Nogal can
POUTALKS, X. M.
Portales. N. M.. Nov. 6. The pupils
of the seventh grade of the Portales
public school enjoyed a Hallowe'en par
ty at the home of H. B. Ryther. Sev
eral other parties were given in town.
The High School Ahtletlc club gave
a box supper at the school building.
In the home of the bride's parents in
Portales. Reagan P. Connally and Miss
Mabel Martin -were united in marriage.
Rev. E. P. Alldredge. of the Baptist
church, officiating. The young couple
of the town gave the bridal couple a
linen and tin shower at the home of
Roy Connally. Manv beautiful and
usefuf presents were received.
Mrs. M. W. Fuller, of Wichita Falls,
Texas, and Mrs. M. P. Wright and lit
tle Louise Robinson, of Clovis. N. M
have been visiting C L. Carter's fam
ily for several weeks.
Ft Davis, Tex., Nov. 6. One of the
pleasant occasions of the week was
a Christian Endeavor party given at
I the home of. judge and Mrs. J. P.
weatberby. The living room and din
ing room were decorated In evergreen,
autumn leaves, mistletoe and Jack
O'Lanterns. The guests were greeted
at the door by two ghosts. Old fash
ioned Hallowe'en games were played,
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pies and fortune telling games, until
supper which consisted of salads and
sandwiches. The dining taoie was
decorated with a large centerpiece of
corn and evergreens; apples, autumn
leaves and black cats were dispersed
about over the table. AfteK lunch the
witches' cauldron was visited; the
witch appeared with a broom and evi
dence of black cats were on every
side. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Wohlford, Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Weather
by; Mesdames S. M. Janes, Sarah
Locke. Jas. Edgar; Misses Maud Ed
ens. Alice, Ruth and Mary -. Sproul,
Eva and Lenora Jones, Jettie Pruett,
Maud Clothier, Mary and Ruth Carl
ton. Catherine Edgar. Lottie Grubb,
Mary Bauce, Kulalia Jones, Eva Dura
ble, Edna Rosse, Juanita Watson,
Gladys Teague, Alice, Lottie and Wer
tie Powell, Bertha Davey; Messrs Ty
rill and Keneth Smith, Keneth Stewart.
Hickman Clark, McGee, Barney and
George Teague, R. Miller, F. Sproul,
Lee Sprout Herbert Bloys, Jas. Edgar,
O. Miles, Irl and Joe Weatherby.
The Fort Davis Bridge club was en
tertained by Mrs. Jas. Stewart and
Miss Grace Stewart at their beautiful
hillside home in West Fort Davis.
Three tables of bridge was played.
'T the games a two course lunch
was served. Those present were:
Mesdames O. L. Shipman, H. G. Tomp-
son, H. M. Jones, Jas. .Nunn, -.las.
I vleve Tompson, and Grace Stewart,
! Mrs. O. Ll Shipman will be hostess for
: the club Saturday next
I J. C Prude, of Colorado City, is In
; Ft Davis.
John Bauce bas returned from Pecos,
, bringing lfis sister, son, and daughter
from Merkel. Tex., who expect -to spend
the winter in Ft. Davis.
J. W. Espy, G. W. Gleiiflu. of Shafter;
H. A. King and N. Mersfielder, leave
today for a several days' hunt at the
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ross are the
' nroud narents of a babv bov born the
i 29th of October.
! Mrs. A. M. Lewis is now at Houston
and San Antonio for a two weeks'
J H. A. King went to Shafter to bring
t George Gleim to Ft Davis to attend
; the election.
Mrs. B. B. McCutcheoh' Sua ehWdren
have spent the week with Mrs. Mc
Cutcheon's parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. J.
J. W. Merrell and B. B. McCutcheon
j have been out surveying ajl the week
J on the McCutcheon ranches.
Mrs. Brvan Cartwrleht had hr
! rnnthsr Mrs. Wnnriwanl. nf -..ai-f. as
a cuest the past week.
ev. is. "js. Vinson, wiie arm oaoy,
from Albuquerque, N. M visited rela-
tlv hew. and friends at Alnlne. be-
fore leaving for their home.
Mr. sad Mrs. J. C Prnda and small
son, of Colorado City, Texas, are vis
iting Mr. and Mr. K. H. Fowlks at
the J. C Prude ranch.
ev- " :K- "Oy anu aaugnter.
! - JS? J"2i5 t0 El
Rev. W. 'B. BIoj- and daughter.
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C A. Hutchens has returned from
El Paso. .
Lawrence Casaday ie able to be up
from a spell of typhoid fever.
Rev. McEntoch, of Mar fa, preached
here in the absence of Rev. W. B.
Bloys, who is in El Paso.
Florence Davy is still quite ill with
typhoid fever, this making seven
weeks since she first became Hi.
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ROSWBLL. . M. I
Roswell, X. M., Nov. 6. Charles C.
TannehlU. president of the Roswell
Commercial club, has appointed R. H. j
Kemp to represent that body In the j
cty Civic club which is being organ- I
ized to assist the park board in civic j
improvements. It is the purpose of j
the Commercial organization to co- j
operate with the two bodies in lmprov-
ine- me civic airraciivenesa or iios
-well as it relates to Us contemplated
system of parks, boulevards and other
improvements of a civic nature.
K. R. Omer, -wife and daughter, of
this city, have left by automobile over
the Borderland automobile route for
Charles S. Shepherd, manager of the
grocery department of the Joyce-Prult
store, has left for Georglana, Alabama,
called there by the illness of his
Sisters Augusta and Magdalena, of
St Mary's hospital, managers of the
operating room, have left for Wichita,
Kansas, where they have been trans-
ferred to the St Francis hospital at
that place. The sister superior was
also transferred to "Wichita. Other sis
ters and a superior will be transferred
The local congregation of the First
Baptist church has extended a call to
the. Rev. James Gore, of Modesto, Cali
fornia, to be the pastor. At a meeting
of the church board J. L. Mabit was
named assistant superintendent of the
Sunday school, and Mrs. W. A. Wilson
superintendent of the junior depart
ment Since the election by the state
Knights of Pythians of "W. Q. Faw
ceti. of this city, as grand chancellor
of the state, Pythianism in the valley
is to go rapidly to the front To this
end the local lodge Is going to send
committees up and down the valley to
At a meeting of the Woman's club
It was decided to open the Carnegie
public library each Sunday until June.
So many children are roaming the
streets at night mayor William M. At
kinson has given strict orders to the
chief of police to see that the curfew
ordinance is strictly .enforced. He will
have the waterworks department whis
tle blow at 7 oclock, an hour before
the time to turn In, and again at 8. The
age limit is IS years.
The. Onportuelty la Here, Backed by
EI 1'nio Testimony.
Don't take our word for it
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Read the statements of El Paso citi
And decide for yourself.
Here is one case of it:
Mrs. T. A. Jones, 1401 Wyoming St, Bl
Paso. Texas, says: "Reading in the
papers of people who had used Doan's
Kidney Pills with great benefit induced
me to get a box when I was having
trouble with my kidneys. Backache
caused me a great deal of suffering
and there was a distressing weakness
of the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills
were ver effective and the use of one
box made a remarkable improvement"
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Uemember the name Doan's -and
take no other. Adv.
Clovis, X. M., Nov. 6. Miss Lela ;
Mullis and L. W. Garner, both of
Hasrerman. N. M were married here
at the Methodist church by Rev. W. R.
Rev. Mr. Sheppard, pastor of tlie
Christian church, performed the ,cerer
mony which made John M. Shipp ami
Mrs. Ledema Hewett man and wife.
They left for Los Angeles. Both Mr.
and Mrs. Shipp have rived in Clovis
! w. nt vr
" Tn m..;i. - .,,;,,,
i H Thornton gave a del.ght.
v?. c': .'n. ,
band. Those who were invited were:
J. Chambers. V. Sayers, E. S. Sayers.
Tom Lookwood, Ran Mills and Dick
Mrs. Walter Mansfield entertained at
a $ oclock dinner in honor of her hus
band's birthday anniversary at her
suburban home on Bent avenue, a mile
from town. The hostess had the
rooms and dining table decorated with
exquisite flowers, banked in profu
sion everywhere. The dinner was 3
delicious five course repast. Those in
vited were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coors,
Dr. and Mrs. Chapman, Dr. Dillon, Mr.
Claiborne, judge and Mrs. Terrell.
After dinner the guests played 500, Dr.
and Mrs. Chapman winning both
prizes. After the game, music was en
joyed. Mrs. Frank Burns was the hostess
for the Priscllla Thimble club this
week. There were 14 members of tho
club present and- one visitor, Miss
Starett Refreshments were served.
W. S. Cavender entertained ten
couples at a dandnir party in honor
of his brother, J. S. Cavender, who has
returned to his home in Duketon, after
a Tlsit here. Music was furnished by
some of the best musicians.
The Woman's club met last week
at the residence of Mrs. AnSy Kocken
hull in East Clovis. Domestic science
was the oroeram of the afternoon and
the demonstration was by the hostess.'!
Previous to this the club elected oiri
cers for the ensuing year. Mrs. S. C.
Nutter, former president of the W. C.
T. U., was elected president For vice
president Mrs. Lcona Morgan was
elected; secretary. Mrs. Jim Skarda;
treasurer, Mrs. L. M. Casaiday; prompt
er and critic, Mrs. William Lank; jour
nalist Miss Anna Curren. A paper
I was read on "The Family Income and
Cost of Living by one of the mem
bers. The hostess served refresh
ments, consisting of pineapple, fruit
salad with whipped cram, nut cake
and fruit cake.
Mrs. A. L. Gurley very delightfully
entertained the W. T. K. club. Nearly
all of the members were present and
three visitors. Mrs. Sh;rw Van had an
exfuislte doily on exhibition at roll
call, which was greatly admired. The .
hostess served refreshments. j
Mrs. Henry Coors entertained at ;
game was played at three tables and
i Mrs. Pixley won the first prize, a
hand-painted plate. - airs. jonn
iritcnett won ine ooooy prise, a oecs
of cards. A three course luncheon
was served. Those who enjoyed Mrs.
Coors's hospitality were: Mesdames
Bundy, Ottowa, Morris, Scheurich, Van
Almen. Pixley. Mansfield, Pritchett.
v a. .. & . x .
. Biddenhorn. Fleming and TerrelL
I Mrs. Tom Clary entertained at 60.
i i"in cie i. iur e e""".
Van Almen scored high, winning a
pair of moccasins; Mrs. Terrel won
! second prise, a bridge set The hostess
served a delightful luncheon. Those
enjoying the game were: Mesdames
Morgan, Bundy, Coors, Ottawa, Bid
denhorn, Duffey. Pritchett Chapman.
Prichette, Terrell, Linlay, Mansfield.
Van Almen. Scheurich. Simpkinson.
Boyle, Pixley and Fleming.
Mr. and Mrs. Biddenhorn entertained
at the Harvey house at a Dutch
luncheon, dttflng which there was
musical discourse on the Vletrola.
Those enjoyin? Mr. and, Mrs. Bldd en
horn's hospitality were: Judge and
Mrs. Coors, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Boyle. Mr. and
Mrs. Charley Buffet Mr. and Mrs. John
Pritchett and Judge and Mrs. Terrel.
About ow members or the, order ox
the Eastern Star met at the residence
f t -.fr worthv ntrn Vn. Otbi
f -"VIT J . .. r-
J ones, to surprise Mrs. junren, tneir
associate matron, who, accompanied
by her husband and children, is leav-
inr for Pennsylvania. The worthv
matron nreaontffd Vra. Millron in the
- . -
name and behalf of the Keystone chap-
ter. No. 2V with the emblem of the
Eastern Star beautifully set In a gold
Valentine, Texas, Nov. S John Baum
gart and A. S. Stewart have finished
baling hay for Foley Sc Smith.
George W. Newton has a large quan
tity fof hay in stack on his home ranch.
Powell Wilkins has finished haying
for It R. Youngblood.
C. O. Finley has a large quantity of
hay in store for winter feeding.
Roger Gist is cutting hay on the
S. E. Bunton and M. E. Welsh have
finished haying on the experiment farm
It is estimated that more than twice.
the hay has been cut this year than
previous years. Having an abundant
rainfall last year, the season -was fine
for good grass this year with less rain
fall than last year.
Mrs. J. T. George, mother of Mrs. W.
A. Foley, who sustained a broken bone
just above the ankle, has sufficiently
recovered to be about on crutches.
"Uncle" Joe McClain, with a party of
friends, contemplates a fishing trip down
on the Rio Grande.
Mrs. J. D. Jackson and Miss Evelyn
Gibbs are here, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Gardner.
Mrs. E. C Rice has rooms at Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rogers have
rented the Mrs. Rice residence. .
Mrs. Kilpatrick and daughter, of
Candelaria, are guests at the J. S.
Andrew Prude of Ft Davis, is here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Stegall and son
Robert have returned from El Paso.
Ed Dccie, of Marathon, is here.
W. F. McGaughy, of Alpine, visited
in Valentine. ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Finlev and family
have returned from Ft Davis, where
they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Jones.
The father and mother of Mrs. Ada
Bassett have arrived from Paris, Tex..
and will spend the winter with their
O. Z. Finley. of Roswell. N. M.. Is the
guest of his brother, C. O. Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. U A. Richards have
returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Richards, of the Kelley ranch.
Rev. Baxter Golightly. of Marfa. is
the guest of Cook Moore, at his ranch
A party was held at the koine of Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. Finley. AH the young,
pevpie in lown parncipaiea.
H. A. Houston has rooms at Mrs.
Martin Gray, of Ft Worth, an old
time friend of John Moore, is here.
Dr. T. F McGee, of Amarillo. is the
guest of John M. and Roger Gist
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Finley. of El Paso,
are here for a visit with Mr. and .are.
Mrs. E. I.. Jones is at the home of her
parents,- Mr and Mrs. John Z. Means
George W. Newton is in from his
Mrs. H. O. Barber's sister from El
Pap is v. siting here.
Mrs. M. O Mauldin has been ill this r
John Z Means has returned from !
Owen Hun ton. of Marfa. is hem for a
I visit wltli his brother, S. E. Bunf-
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TULAROSA, S. M.
Tularosa, N. M., Nov. C The aid
society of the Baptist church gave a
box supper at the Woodman hail on
Albert Michaelon and Isaac Otis
proved up their homestead before com
missioner Fairless Tuesday.
Mrs. Eda Hastings spent two days
at the county seat as the guest of
Mrs. D. A. Kriblev.
Mrs. Kate Livingston's room has ;
won the banner again, with Mrs. Blaz-
r vahn pAAnnH
.v.". " i
1 Hiram Phillips, of St Louis, spent ,
! Saturday in Tularosa. He is a civil
! engineer and is at present engaged ,
in that work at Raton, N. M.
Frank Smith, who has been here ,
several cays, tuts returned xo 111s now
at Thtee Rivers.
F. L. Jones has shipped three car-
f Lrdon MuVphy is heTe from oTcuri
tu thidCci an adobe addl-
"k'Alfehasrived home from
-w t i ih. mn fs..ii.
aud'UkheriNcte "nd Trtcef ?
here from Alamogordo, visiting hurf-
band and father. J. L. Johnson.
Miss Maud Llnam, who has been
spending the summer here, has re-
turned to her home, at Alto.
Tularosa people are being furnished
with potatoiS by the mountain people.
J. N. Jackson has arrived home from
Oscura. where he has been the past
L W. Lentz Is improving his place
Mrsfs"6 Clayton and son. Cuba are
J. J. Sanders has returned from
. The Earnest Workers' club will be
entertained this week by Mrs. D. D.
T. Dedwell has left for Ruldosa.
uinnexs a. t reucn, aie eaBmecr, wm
In the Tularosa vicinity a few days,
a lew days,
of the Otis
making an examination of the Otis Th;,JTro to JKprese2,t S"058
wells, north of town. J8 i1?"1 wer?: Misses Mae. Dora
Whitman and Wilbur Harpen enter- ISfJLSl S?,ement M?ryn.d "
tained about a dozen of the young fit1, S?aa3 "i1;,,00" T,"1
folks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 ,1?shn J Owen. OHIe Sloan. Cal-
i Denton Sims. Games and refreshments
and also fun were the features of the
Dan Harris has returned home from
Bent N. M-. where he has been trans-
Mr. and Mrs. Hash, who have been
here the past month buying Tularosa
apples, have left for their home in El
G. W. Davenport is here from Rul
dosa, N. M., en route to the San An
dreas, to do mining work.
Miss Jimmie Abbott is on the sick
list this week.
Dan McGuire is improving his farm
with a new adobe house.
J. W. Linam, who has been the past
week visiting his son. Aires Linam, and
family, has returned to his home at
Alto, N. M.
The Home Mission society will be
entertained this week at Central hotel
by Mrs. Eda Hastings.
C C David is here from Ruidosa.
Plateau. Tex., Nov. 6.J. L. Mills
has returned from a trip to Colorado
Mrs. J. H. Rowley, from Balrd, is
here on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cope have re
turned Thursday from a visit to rela
tives In New Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Knight from Roswell,
N. M., are here visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. C. Driggers has been sick
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins
stopped over here on a short visit en
route to their ranch near Allamore.
.iney nave oeen residing in jarown- j
wood for two years.
A cold norther has been in progress
here for two days. There was a heavy
freeze Friday night
Stop coughing! you rack the lungs
and worry the body. BALLARD'S
HOREHOUND SYRUP checks Irritation,
heals the lungs and restores comfort
able breathing. Price 25c. 5 c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Scott White Co,
three stores. Adv.
15c a pound.
"FOLLOW THE CROWD.-
The Store Beaatlfv'
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
COROJTA, .V. X.
Corona. N. M., Nov. C Nathan Jaf
fa, the Republican nominee for con
gress, made an address here which
was followed by a ball at the Atkin
son halL V
Emmett Davidson. Gladys Bond and
Joe Holxman returned ' Sunday from
El Paso, Tex., where they have been
spending several oays at the jubilee.
Mrs Ben Nabours, of Gallinas,
spent a week in El Paso.
M. C Porter has been in Encino, N.
M. for several days receiving some
sheep recently purchased for the Gross
Jim Brown and family have left for
El Paso, where they will make their
nome. ax least lor the present
Walter FonvHle and wife have left.
f WaVt toialdsJenaN M. 5T
2gr'ZtJ&LMI - his
in ? aPvs. 'ana' hT
1D town ror a few days, and while
& "A?kf " ot -
Ja- ,I?,t. ,- .,
55 f ? .4 ? SLlrn ar
SpSnd.l1nsIja mlfJ! IfJZ?11 5
i . Ln,ons- Carrisozo. was in
MZ" , M T -,. ., ,.
t 1, ancJSr V-SKSf' " ?"
R0IHWt1from -Xew we ,taT l
n tJ. - i . .
. Brt and Jo Stroop have returned
m f " e """l
f, f!.1 'h8latA JlrhePe tbey ynsmt
. " IHUOUCVUilK wwr.
Claude Parker and family have left
! for Pintado, N. M.
j days in town, coming from Encino.
i aaU!. ,n town coming from Incino.
, The spook dance given at the W.
I r, """" w" J"eiy attended, ana
c uuiurwii, .ntuinie atepp, .nary
I 2ffS - melton. Lottie Parker and
' ta""- -upwra; jsessrs. uieve ana Ross
; fT"" 'raJ2k Sunmeier. Ernest Dig-
: "" J"aa lJnnlWle. uan JTranles,
Bert Stroop. Jobn Besworth. George
Melton, S. J. Grumbles. Emmet David
son, Tom DuBoise, Feline Valdes, Loa
Atkinson and George Clements.
Louie FonvHle of Vaughn is spend
ing a few days in this city.
S. J. Grumbles has left for his home
in Deming, after spending several
rays in this city, closing a deal with
Jess Jenkins for his entire ranch and
belongings in Lincoln county.
John Dulanys family Is Tisittng
relatives in Roswell, N. M., for a few
Mrs. Tipton of Duran. N. M.. is vis
iting her son. J. L Tipton, of this
W. R. Beaty has returned from a
short stay in Carrizozo.
John Dulany and Louis Fonville
have left for Globe, where they ex
pect to stay for some time.
A snap 106 "A" grade doors at a
bargain. Lander Lasher Ce. Adr.
"West Coasl Xomte"
Railroad of Mexico
TRAVERSING TJJE 3SAifcS 0?
Ca&Ie Farming MiniHf
25 River VaUeys
Low Round Trip Settlers'
Fares from SI Paso to
sad taieracdkte pouts sale finu
April 2ai. . ,
Pawengers availing taemmiTCT
Stopover Privilege a' Tucsee dsomH
aee TJw West Coast of JCezfee. Be
dueed Side Ride tickets bow wile
Eer S. P. ticket agents far defalk.
fl. LAWTOJt, G. . A,
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