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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 19, 1912
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Taste These Fine
Crisp, brown, ' tender, with a
delicious flavor. All made by
proper blending of the world's
three greatest cereals wheat,
corn, rice in
ess. Helps save on the" grocery
tails. Ask for Aunt Jemima's.
Mufcwr felfciBS gems, wsffles, as well as paacakes.
Get the Funny Rag Dolls
A howl of delight for the children Aunty,
Uncle and the PickanuKues, 12 and 15 inches high,
made in colors and all ready to cut and stuff. Look
for fee coupon on the top of every package of
PLAINVIEW HAS A
BOOM IN BUILDING
THIS LOVE SONG
Six I) rick Business House Erected and
JTlre More Planned; Reslilenecs
Plain view, Tex., Oct 19. Six brick
business buildings have been erected
in Plainview this year, or are under
construction, and five more will be
started within a short time. On the
west side of the square M. L. Faulk
ner will put up a brick with 25 foot
frontage, and "Bud" Williams and Dr.
! I Dye will each put up two story
structures with 25 foot frontage: W.
K. Risser. who last week bought a lot i
on the northeast corner of the square. ' J
will erect a costly business house on
same; ur. j. w. Grant and Hermann
Blueher will erect a 75 foot front one
story brick on the west side of Pa
cific street, within a halg block of i
me square, mere are no good busi
ness houses vacant in Plainview, and
in the residence district there have
been few houses vacant for several
S. R. McLaughlin has purchased thj
two story brick Dillingham building;
John L. Brock, of Decatur, has bought
320 acres near Plainview. and J. W.
Ewingr has bought 160 acres of Hale
a S. Williams and Nick Jordan have
purchased the Beeves & Sorelle brick
business house from W. A. Sorelle, of
Clarendon. The lower story will be
uwupiea Dy oya urocerv comnanv.
Fancy prices for copyrights of
popular music reached a climax yes
terday, when a music man, Leo Feist,
paid the fantastic figure of $10,000 for
the copyright of a song scarcely dry
from the press, called "That's How I
Need You." And yet Feist claims he
will make a fortune on it at only a
dime per copy, wholesale. "Here Is a
portion of the chorus, clipped from a
coii'' iust received:
IIMPORTANT SALE OF !
LAND AT SANTA ROSA!
.That's How I Need You
dn fc-r I i 1 I 'II i SI
Lie a broken heart nee gfedsecg.. Like die
aow-ersneed the dew,... Like a ba - by ,
KlpMl Stf- Ynrrmh Mat Xs53r I
the Monarch Grocery company remov
ing to the Wayland block.
THRIVE OX WEST COAST
Guaymas, Sonora, Mex.. Nov. 19.
About three years ago the Southern
Paclnc company imported 10.000
eucalyptus plants and placed them
along the line in-Sonora, Sinaloa and
a portion of Tepic The night that
the carload of trees reached Nogales.
which has an elevation of 390 feet.
uie temperature leiL lower than had
been known at that point for 20 years
previous. Many of the young- slips
were killed, and the. cold weather that
followed for the next few weeks in
jured many of the others. At Mag
dalena. with an elevation of 2460 feet,
the trees are doing remarkably well,
many of them being now over 40 feet
in height Several years"" ago some
eucalyptus trees were planted at Los
Mochls, Sinaloa, by the United Sugar
companies, and these are doing ex
ceedingly well, although no attention
has been paid to propagation on a
large scale A native Australian pro
nounced the entire west coast of Mex
ico as being more favorable for the
production of the eucalyptus tree than
Australia, both as- regards soil and
seeds its moth - er, That's bow I seed joa.
The song is no better than a thou
sand others, except that it contains a
number of odd harmonies, aimed, evi
dently, to develop women's voices.
The few copies that reached the Kress
store here yesterday were eagerly
seized by the fair sex. (Adv.;
Great llell For New Catholic Church
Is Placed In PohHIoh Before Larg
est Crowd In Santn Rosa.
Santa Bosa. X. M.. Nov. 19. Two
real estate deals that mean much for
Santa Rosa and vicinity, have just
been consummated. One of these is '
th sale of about 300 acres of Sauta i
I Bosa valley irrigable land, formerly ,
a part of the Celso Baca estate, xne
other is the consummation of a 20 j
year lease of the P. R. Page propertj. i
adjoining town on the east. Both of ,
these properties have permanent wa-
ter rights, and have an abundance of
additional available water for irriga- '
tion purposes in the deep lakes on j
and near the properties.
It is understood that the land, "much '
of whicjt has never seen the plow, j
will be fully reclaimed and placed in
alfalfa and orchards. It is only the j
beginning of more extensive develop- i
! ment in this immediate vicinity,
is also rumored that the townsite in
terests have also been sold, and that
this will mean the early settlement
of the water works question, the
completion of the electric light and
power plant which was begun some
time ago, and other improvements
looking to the betterment of this
The ceremonies attending the hang
ing of the great bell for the new Cath
olic church of this city, drew the
largest attendance of people that has
ever gathered in Santa Bosa at one
time. The impressive services were
For the Kiddies
Give the kiddies Velva on bread, after school.
They'll love it, because it's good, because it's
flavory, because it satisfies the hun
ger for sweets that every child has
Besides, It win do them good, because
H cupfal Red Velva
Syrup. J cupful sugar,
Ji capful milk, 54 cup
ful butter, 14 lb. bitter
chocolate. 1 teatpoon
fuls almond extract. Put
Syrup into a pan. add
chocolate, butter, milk
and sugar: boil steadUy
20 minutes, stirring now
and then. Add extract,
pour into a buttered tin.
Is that fceffer syrup with the RED LABEL
a clean, sanitary package that ought
to be on every pantry shell It's fine for
desserts and great for' cake. It helps
wonderfully on griddle cakes, waffles
or hot biscuit. In the green cans, too.
if you prefer it.
Both kinds 10 cents
up. Send for the book
of Velva recipes.
Nothing to pay. '
aj-TTjT A-T A"TTA DT?TT?T A 1 conducted by Rev. Father Pugens. and
IftJ-iLi iJ. ii.UrU.ii IrX&J-CiliLi the magnificent new edifice was taxed
to hold the assemblage. It is an
nounced that services will be held
every Sunday hereafter in the new
church. The altar society members
served dinner and supper, and their re
ceipts together with other contribu
tions, added over $400 to the church
bbuilding fund. The work of finish
ing the interior of the building will
be pushed forward at once.
WILL SOON BE READY
Douglas., Aris, Nov. 19, With the
placing of the last machinery, which
will occur within the next three weeks,
the mill of the American Milling com
pany at Agua Prieta will be ready to
begin making flour. The company
has more than 30,000 bushels of wheat
in its elevator. The grain is now be
ing run through the cleaning ma
chinery preparatory to. beginning of
milling. Additional wheat belonging to
the milling company, whose principal
stockholder are: Millard Haymore
and C. W. Liilywhtte, is now stored in
Colonia Morelos. This will be sent to
Agua Prieta as soon as the storage
facilities can be eecured.' 'The mill has
sufficient orders . ahead, to guarantee a
run for at least "six months.
AWARDS CONTRACT FOR $14,000
HOSPITAL AT CARLSBAD
Boswell. N. M Nov. 19. Architect
C. R. Carr bas let "the contract for the
building -a. $J 4,000 hospital at Carls
bad. The new hospital -will take the
place of the o)d one in that city. It
will be a two-story brick with IS
rooms, fitted with hot and cold water
heating plant and also a ventilating
PENKK & FORD. Lli
New Orlefini. La.
IXSTAL PLANTS TO PUMP
WATER FROM THE PJKCOS
Artesia, N M-, Nov. 19. Pumping
plants are being installed to draw
water from the Pecos river to irri
gate the adjoining farms. The Smith
& Hanger ranch, five miles northeast
of Artesia on the east , bank of the
river, recently received from the state
engineer an appropriation for water
sufficient to irrigate 900 acres of the
2000 acres composing the farm. Car!,
Kay and Bruce received an appropria
tion for water to Irrigate 500 acres op
posite Lake Arthur.
Salves Can't Cure Eczema
WILL ENLARGE WHOLESALE
GROCERY AT BIG SPRINGS
Big Springs, Tex., Nov. 19. The Rad
ford Wholesale Grocery company is
having plans made for a big addition
to its building in this city.
A Bachelor's Diary - -: --. , By, Max
Ee Is Worried Over the Smt for iBreicfe of Erenkse."
High Cost of Living Hits
Drug Users and Gum. Chewers
Wax in Far East Pats Ophna'Proaucts Up and Iacreasiag Demand; Menthol
Scarce Castor Beaac' Higher, hat Qnfeiae Stat Cheap.
By KGRKAK ML WALKER.
DREAM stuff is going up in price,
because of the European foot
race now in progress in which
Turkey is leading with the Balkan allies
as scratch men.
Joe Pollard says opium for medi
cinal use and its products are costing
'nore and may reach the limit if the
., near, st of kin. morphine, have ad- ""fJf- SSfiL01 51 "S?;
-inced in pn e And may double in
and herein, another opium product, is
also increasing the cost -of living. The
United States government will not per
mit smoking opium brought Into the
country at all and the "hop heads" whb
smoke the stuff have not had their
dreams shattered by the Turkish
Menthol Also Soars.
Opium is not the only drug that in
Tnce if the war does not stop soon.
Mr. Pollard says that the increased
ost of livin? via the drug route has
not struck El Paso as yet. but that the
w holesale drug firms in the aities have
sent out market bulletins warning the
v holesale and retail trade that these
iwo drugs will be a drug on the mar
War 1b Turkey the Cause.
Thf unsettled condition in Turkey
and its nearby provinces is directly re--ponsible
for the Increase, as the Turks
are too bus running to raise any pop
Pies from which the dream stuff is
nade Opium is now selling for $10 a
pounJ and the price is increasing all
the time, this being an opportune time
to la j in a wipters supply of opium
.n the cellar Morphine, next of kin
to the "hop, ' is selling for 15 and $6
an ounce, wholesale.
There was a slight slump in the price
of the crude gum opium for a short
time following the beginning of the
Balkan war as the Turkish exporters
unloaded their stored supplies for feai
the country would be taken by the al
lies and their wealth of gum opium
seized. The price of codeine has also
increased in price since the war started
thol products are higher than they
have ever been, and still soaring when
needed for cold and other sores. It Is
now selling for $16 a pound, which is
five times higher than it was three
years ago. Menthol is made from pep
permint. So is chewing gum flavoring.
The increased consumption of chewing
gum, especially at theaters and pub
lic gatherings by the occupants of the
next seat from yours, is given as the
real inside reason for the increase in
the cost of menthoL
Scarcity of castor beans is respon
sible for the increase in the price of
castor oil and the corresponding in
crease in the joy of the small boy, who f
is thus prevented from taking the oil.
But cod liver oil is cheaper, and har
lem oil may be used for greasing the
shoes with economy, it is that cheap.
Knockout drops are cheaper, but the
price of epsom salts is aeroplaning.
druggist Pollard says. Canary seed is
higher, but the price of quinine re
mains the same, one price to all.
One of the Doctors "Gentlemen,
since we cannot agree upon a diagnosis,
and as it is getting somewhat late, l
propose we draw . lots." Woman's
I Home Companion.
FEEL SW, BUS, HEWHIf,
W CONSTIPATED? TAKE CAST!
Sick headaclies! Always trace them to
lary liver, delayed, fermenting food in
the bowels, or a sick stomach. Poison
ous, -onstipateu matter, gases and bile
fjcneraiea in xne ooweis, instead of be
!ng carried out of the system, is re
absorbed into the blood. When this
poison reaches the delicate brain tis
sue it causes congestion and that dull.
Cascarets remove the cause by stim
ulating the liver, making the bile and
constipation poison move on and out ofl
the bowels. The effect is almost in
stantaneous. Ladies whose sensitive
organisms are especially prone to sick
headaches, need not softer, for they
can be quickly cured by Cascarets. One
taken tonight will straighten you out
by morning a 10-cent box will keep
jour head clear, stomach sweet, liver
and bowels regular and make you feel
bright and cheerful or months. Chil
dren need Cascarets, too they love
them because they taste good and
never gripe or sicken.
CTOBER 10. The suit against me
for ? 106,000 for breach of prom
ise, brought by Beth Leonard.
is another proof of my claim that the
man of moderate circumstances is bet
ter off than the man of wealth.
If I were a poor man. I wonid have
escaped the wiles of all designing wom
en, and the humiliation that follows.
I would have been safely married, and
sanely engaged with ny, nose close to
the grindstone providing for the large
brood of children that -always attend
limited financial means.
Aad nothing. Diary, is so good for
j a. man s moral we Doing as a grind -
stone. If I, being an unfortunate mil-
lionaire, am ever permitted to do any
' thing for the poor in addition to giv
' ing them money, and building them
homes, I will recommend the grind
stone as a means of salvation aad de
cry all attempts to leave it.
I Fighting far Principle.
I The money for which I am sued is
nothing to me. It is the principle for
I which I am fighting. I have done
nothing wrong. I refuse to be thus
J publicly proclaimed a despoiler of an
innocent woman's virtue without com
pelling her to prove it.
" In the meanwhile you are my sole
confidant. I go over to the Spencers
every evening after I have accompa
nied Jtanette to the threshold of
dreamland, but we seldom mention any
unpleasant predicament I know they
don't believe the charges against me.
It is an unsavory subject for con
versation; we never touch upon it. This
is the best way.
I do" not go down town. Why should
I when the business steadily prospers
without me? If I go, I am the subject
of jests on the part of socalled friends,
aad strangers gape at me as if I were
a monstrosity in a side show. It is
better here at home with my books, my
pipe, my papers, Manette, my horse,
and you. Diary.
October IS. I have purchased a pony
for Manette, and -when I go riding
these days it is with her, wjth the
faithful Tompkins as her attendant.
She is young to ride, but not too young
to ride under such careful and jealous
espionage as she receives. Then, if
she is to be my sole companion through
the years that are spread so drearily
ahead of me. it is best that she acquire
early a taste for my favorite pursuit.
October 20 Manette bas lost all fear
of her horse and sits it in a way that
would do credit to a girl ten years
older. We often start out In the
morning and are gone all day, stop
ping at humble little homes in the
country for a glass of milk to drink
with our lunch, where Manette makes
such admirers of all who see her that
our stay is usually' prolonged.
Sometimes she takes her noonday
nap on the bed in some little humble
home like this, and sometimes she
curls up in my arms while we root by
the wayside, and sleeps while Tomp
kins and I gravely discuss the condi
tion of crops and the political pros
pects. These outings are doing, her a great
deal of good. She is growing brpwn
and fat and sturdy, and is getting a
viewpoint on the joys that attend hard
work and limited means that those
reared in affluence need. And, alas,
Responsibility of Wealth.
I want her to learn early, aad In
a. way she wHl never forget, that
wealth means a great responsibility
.and that there is greater happine3s
The spirit of democracy one gains
when playing as a child with children
of poverty fe never lost. I can see,
even, in . this brief -period, that this
little girl whose fine raiment' threat
ened to make her selfish and vain is
thinking leas of her clothes and more
and more of the ability and good qual
ties of those whose entire wardrobe
for a season does not cost as much as
one of her simplest and plainest gar
ments. October 24 Mrs. Spencer has always
called Manette Sunshine. "You are the
sunshine," she often told her, '-of two
I am telling you this, Dair, because
it explains what has happened.
We bad been gone from town all day
and were returning thrtfugh, the park
so that Manette .might see -- bed of
tiny blue blossoms, that always gave
her great pleasure.
In my association 'With her I have
learned that all babies like best the
babies in the kingdomof flowers. She
did not like the peonies in the spring;
the big-faced lilies of midsummer did
not pleasfe her, and when I gathered
dahlias for her in. the- late fall she
complained they cexe .Jpp hig. . .
Her Love for Flowers
She liked, she said, the baby flowers
best. She had been known to carry one
little blossom, no larger than the blos
som of the forget-me-not, tight in her
little fingers half a day, and look with
dislike at a flower with a face as large
as her own.
This particular bed of small bin a
blossoms lay in a sheltered corner of
the park, and were hidden by such
dense shrubbery that the sunshine
couldn't reach them. They looked life
less, and every blossom drooped on its
Tompkins lifted Manette from her
horse, and when she saw what the
chilly nights and lack of sunshine had
done to her pets her face -felt
"They need sunshine," I said to her,
"and will die unless they get it."
Children's thoughts are long, long
thoughts. They think so much more
than we know and, lacking words to
express themselves, have learned a
way of reasoning for -themselves that
is sometimes amusing, sometimes pa
thetic, and sometimes appalling in its
If I had only known! If I had only
been wise enough to follow the intri
cacies of that child's mind!
She was distressed about her pretty
baby flowers all evening and inter
rupted me many times, when telling
her of the land where fairies dwelL in
getting her to sleep that night, by ask
ing if sunshine would make her
I assured her nothing else would.
"Fm your sunshine?" she asked.
"Sunshine of the World.'
"You are all the sunshine the world
holds for me," I replied, holding her
a little closer.
"And I'm Aunty Spencer's sunshine?'
"You are every one's sunshine," I
"Sunshine for the flowers? .she
"Sunshine for the world," I said.
"And now you must go to sleep."
A half hour later I was telling of
her odd questions to the Spencers and
we laughed over them. I did not kno'w
then what I realise now: The great
importance that ahotild attach to
every seemingly trifling query of the
For somethrng happened next day
that put all thoughts of Beth Leonard,
the breach of promise suit, and even
of my love for Margaret Hill, com
pletely out of my mind.
NEGRO SOLDIERS IN
FIGHT AT DOUGLAS
One Gets a Knife Blade in the Head
and Dies: Draglas Klk.s Visit BIs
bee; Seheol Enrolment Larger.
Douglas. Aria., Nov. 19. "He picked
up a pickhandle and started toward
me when I yelled at him hot to make
my mule kick. Then I saw it was
either him or me. Just then I thought
of my knife and when he butted in
too close I commenced cutting." This
was the statement in brief of private
J. H. Landies, company D, Ninth cav
alry, following the death of private
Wilbur C. Oriffln. of the same com
pany aad regiment. The negroes quar
reled over the hitching up of their
mules. Griffin was stabbed once in
the back, once in the left side of his
neck and once in the forehead over
the left eye. The knife blade, more
than four inches long, penetrated the
skull to the hilt, breaking off the hilt
it nad to be withdrawn from the
wound with forceps. Despite this fact,
the wounded trooper lived for almost
three hours. Inquest and preliminary
hearing will be had Monday. Both
men were members of the battery
Douglas Elks and their friends to
the number of more than 150 went to
Bisbee to be present at the Elks' ba
zaar there and participate In the spe
cial "Douglas Night." which had been
Although there are 100 or more fam
ilies who have been stopping in hotels,
rooming houses, or even in the homes
of friends for weeks, waiting for va
cant houses, there is not a vacant
house nbr even a "shack" obtainable
in the city, according to realty men.
This condition bas led to much discus
sion of the organisation of a building
and loan company, backed by local
capitalists. It is stated that Los An
gelans who recently entered the local
banking field wHl be prominent in the
T. F. Mahoney. for about a year
superintendent of the Douglas munic
ipal water plant, has resigned from
that position, his resignation to be ef
fective on December L P. F. Thomp
son, a wellknown local man. will be
The enrolment of the Douglas public
schools has reached 2050. this being
approximately 500 more than have
ever attended school in this district
before. On account of the heavy in
crease the school board has been much
put out to find accommodations for
the children. Three new temporary
rooms have been constructed and
school will be opened in these Monday.
In regard to skin diseases, medical Prescription. This penetrates to the
authorities are now agreed on this:
Doa't imprison the disease germs in
your skn by the use of greasy salves.
and thus encourage them, to multiply.
A true cure of all edematous diseases
can be brought about only by using
the healing agents in the form of a
WASH THE GERMS OUT.
A simple wash: A compound of Oil
of Wintergreen. Thymol, and other in
gredients as combined In the D. D. D.
disease germs and destroys them, then
soothes and heals the skin as nothing
else has ever done.
A 50 cent bottle will start the cure
and give you instant relief
We have made fast friends of more
than one family by recommending this
D. D. D. Prescription to a skin suf
ferer here and there, and we want you
to try it now on our positive no pay
Kelly, Pollard. Druggists.
Fop flaky pie crmf
Miami, Aria, Nov. 19. W. S. Low,
the manager of the Miami Commercial
company, has returned from New
York city, where he went to submit Lard soaked pies have caused
the plans fbr the new company store ,a world of UKHgestiOfL and OKS
building, which will be located on the I .i. !,..,. v-, n.AJv.lTU.
corner of Miami avenue and Sullivan taereiOre Have Deal WODdeillUiy
streets, it win be a three story and tabosed,andinsomecase3tabooed.
basement structure. It is understood rrir ' " uiwvuivwibvjmjuviuu.
that the plans have been accepted. When pTCperly made With. Cotto-
with the exception of a few minor de- T J t, .. ,x.u. .U,
tails, and that active construction KBC SD.Q. eaten at SUltaWe times,
DeclmbeL com,n",ced on or about pieare no more indigestible for
Chris Leopold and Max Bonne, of a notQKtl persoQ than are many
Globe, are building a wholesale meat -.. xjfc TOT,;i. 4r,r-
marlcet on Sullivan street, adjoining juvut vuutja nwux isv u. uaic
Lue ouajnxocK ouiiuing.
W. M. Scolton and Archie Morrow
will erect a blacksmith shop on their
lot on Live Oaks street, near Miami
Morrow & Geaslen have put in a
new plate glass front in the U. and
Me Both building and altered the sec
ond floor into ten bedrooms. The en
tire building is now being painted
T. F. Russell. Scott Holliday and
Albert Reed have formed a company,
known as the Miami Fuel. Feed A Liv
ery company, and have opened a cor
ral and store room oa Sullivan street
Joe Le Fluer, of San Diego, CaL, has
bought a lot on Sullivan street, near
the postbffice, and will erect a two
story concrete building on it at once,
to be occupied for business purposes.
Mrs. Hannah Diet has bought lots
10 and IX block 11. of the Original
townsite of Miami, located on Miami
avenue near Live Oaks street, and
will move her residence in Globe to
her property here and bring her fam
ily from California. She contemplates
erecting a concrete hotel building.
It is reported that J. J. Keegan, of
Globe, will erect a concrete store build
ing on his lot on Keystone avenue near
Live Oaks street.
Mtete. IO CEH7 BOXES -ANY DRUG STORE m-ff
iraTrarili ALS2S so ceht boxes' .,,-lgiJP,
State or Ohio. Qir or Touso. i
LCCA COt&ITT. f ss-
Frank J. Cbkott makes otth that he le senief
partner ot the arm of F. J. Cbxmct A Co.. doing
omfcieM In tbe atjr ot Toledo. County and State
atpmaid. and tint mM Ann win pay the sura ot
ONE HDNPREO DOLLARS tor each and every
eia or Carunw that cannot be eurea By ute use ot
Hail Cataibb Cent
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence,
thk h day ot December. A. C issu. 'rans'
1 ' l A W. GLEASOX.
SEAt j- XOTAUT Pl.-BI.IC.
Hall's Catarrh Core la taken Internally and acts
directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, tree.
t I. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
Hold br a'l Pni-Trlsta. "jc.
'lake Hall s l anuly puis lor constipation.
To J. W. Jackson, to erect an apart
ment house, lots 8 and 9, block 1, Ma
goffin Homestead tract; estimated
To W. W. Greek, to build a four
room brick residence, Montana and Es
trella streets: estimated value. $2000.
To Mrs. Bd Lange. to erect a barn.
Grama street, block 26. Bast El Paso;
estimated cost, J1G-0.
West side of Ange, between New
York and Kerbey streets J. H. Mc
Broom to A. G. Foster, west half of
block 176, Alexander addition: consid
eration, $S00; February 11, 111.
North side of 'Bassett, between Wil
low and Eucalyptus streets Alexander
Janke and wife to Charles Towns, lot
25 and easterly two feet of lot 24.
block 41. Bassett addition; considera
tion. $1200: July 22. 1918.
Ysleta, Texas Robert L. Dorbandt
to S. C. Awbrey, 3.93 acres. Ysleta
grant; consideration, $3500; November
IiiceBHctl to "Wed.
Santiago Qulntana and Daria San
doval. Leo Morrison and Delia Stretch.
D Morales and Camelia Jimenez.
Yabelo Costa and Concha Patfilla.
Edmund D. Smith and Irene Agnes
Pedro- Perez and Carolina Galindo.
1202 W. Zimpelman, Socorro. Texas:
five passenger Studebaker.
1203 Herman G. Porter, 149 North
Ochoa street: four passenger Ford.
To Mrs. Remigio Soria, 1301 South
Stanton street: August 1.
To Mrs. Miguel Mijares, 311 Kansas
.-treef NcnemLer 12. t
To Mrs. Gullermo Miranda, 317 jflor- j
' rue sticct, October 'J. I
Young lady .What is the secret of
your happy life with both your hus
bands two such different men? Old
Lady Why I guess 1 wasnt fussy over
trifles. And then I let them have their
own way sometimes. They thought
they always did. Cleveland Plain
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Belen. N. M.. Nov. 19. A well is now
being completed on property belonging
to the John Becker company, of Belen.
in which excellent water has been ob
tained. - The well has been drilled to
a depth of 180 feet, and the water is
now coming up to the surface. It is
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IN CONVICT CAMP
escaped this criticism.
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Xttratter of Canes Reported In OM Sm
bjtW, Jfeae Fort Sauwerj B4s
ese a Mild Form.
Santa Rosa, N. M., Nov. 19. Smallpox
has broken out in the convict Toad
camp, two miles south of town, and
the camp is under stringent quarantine.
On Monday Dr. Van Horn, county health
officer, was called to the camp to see
one of the men. and found him suffer
ing with a well developed case of the
disease, but in a mild form. Jib other
cases In camp are reported, and the
work on the road is continued without
interruption, although the entire camp
Is under quarantine. The location of
this camp is somewhat isolated and
there is little apprehension of the dis
ease spreading from there, if it has not
already been carried.
Some uneasiness as felt in town, ovor
the smallpox scare. Thirty cases have
been reported from Old Sunny side, a
suburb of Fort Sumner, this county.
but they are being closely guarded
under the direct supervision of Dr.
Lovelace of that place. The breaking
out of tbe disease near Santa Rosa, -as
caused much alarm, as it is not yet
fully known where the Aisease origin
ated. The convict now being treated
i a trusty whose duties required him
to haul water to the camp from a well
east of town, from which much of the
town supply of water is obtained. He
claims to have contracted the disease
there, as he said several patties there
had had it. Dr. Van Horn is investi
gating the condition there, and has
Placed the family at the well under
quarantine. Steps have been taken to
enforce the vaccination laws in the
schools of this city, as it is reported
that a number of the high school boys
were visitors at the road camp Sunday,
and had been in the tents during their
It is not thought that any serious
oases will develop, and the health of
fice i ib using every means to prevent
the spread of the disease.
". J. Coury was thrown from his de
livery wagon and picked up in an un
conscious condition. He was hauling
a settee from his residence to the ne-JV
iliurih. when his horse became fnght
emd an'l ran away, throwing him out.
Ht wa pamruiiv, nut not seriouslv
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Pedro Alvarez, who was arrested by
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charge of assault, was before judge
Adrian Pool, of the corporation court.
Monday after.. oon for trial.
The officer testified that he was at
tracted by a woman's scream utd when
he arrived at the defendant's home h
saw him beating his wife with a half
of a billiard cue. Alvarez said be was
only playing. The Judge said $25. The
defendant took his seat among the oth
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