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Eli PASO HERAXD
Saturday, Nov. 23, 1912
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Social Doings In the Southwest
SOLOMOXSYILIE, ARIZ. VAUGHN, X. M. -
Solomonsville, ArizL, Not. ij. Mrs.
Gus .Brodenck, of Jonesboro, Tenn., is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. GUlespie.
George A. omeyv chairman of the
Democratic central committee, who
now resides at Phoenix, visited here
Mrs. Albert Todd, of Safford. mee
Miss Eunice Hays, of this place, is vis
iting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rhoads. Mr. and
Mrs. R W. Smith, Grant Robbins and
family. Jud Ryan and W. E. Clark,
were a party that drove to Safford to
attend the play "Damon and Pythias,"
at Brier's hall.
Mrs. Albert GUlesnie is danzerously
111 at her ranch home west of town.
Misses Fannie and Lillie Yett were
visiting friends at Safford this week.
Mrs. Ben Clark shopped in Safford
Mrs N. M. Cark, who has been post
mistress here for the past six years,
has resigned and will make her home
in Reno. Nev. She was given a fare
well party at the" Solomon hotel. Those
present besides the hostesses, Mrs.
George Birdno and Miss Eakiri, were
the following: Mrs. Lizzie Gillespie,
Mrs. Gus Broderick, Mrs. Charles Solo
mon. Mrs. F. Mashbin. from Safford,
and Mrs. Ben Mauer. Mrs. W. A. Gilles
pie, Mrs. Ben Clark. Mrs. John
Parks. Mrs. L. B. Gunther, Mrs.
Joe Stratton, Mrs. T. E. Solomon
and the Misses Yarnell, Simpson,
Schwa 1 be. Warner. Ruggold, Ryan and
Sims The evening was ppent with
music and recitations. Refreshments
were served. Mrs. Clark left this week
for San Francisco to say good bye to
her son, Ellis- who is aboard the
United States ship South Dakota,
which sails for South American points
on the 27th. After a visit of a few
days with her son. she will go on to
Reno, where she will engage in busi
ness with her brotherinlaw, F. P.
There is a courtesy of the heart. It
is akin to love. Out of it arises the
purest courtesy in the outward be
Many. Unsuccessful And
JVorse Suffering Often Fol
lows. Mrs. Rock's Case
Vaughn, N. M., Nov. 23. Charles R.
Garlington is away on a business trip
to Olustee and other points in Okla
homa. 8. D. MuUins left this week for Kan
sas City to spend tile winter with rela
tives. H. Daniel, of Duran, came up to at
tend the complimentary farewell dance
to judge Hardie.
Postmaster Eli Crockett has re
turned frpm a visit to Weston, Mo.
A telegram was received by J. P.
Williams, announcing the arrival of a
grandson at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. R. D. Hatch, at Big Springs, Tex.
Will Seela has gone to Corona.
B. H. Jeffries, of Hodgenvllle, Ky.,
father of W. E. Jeffries, is here for a
Mayor W. M. Atkinson, of Roswell,
passed through on his way home from
Albuquerque and Santa Fe, where he
has been attending important meet
ings. C. C. Jenkins, of Blue "Jacket Okla..
has been visiting in town this week.
He is an old friend of Dr. G. W. R.
Postmaster Spence Hardie has left
for Dallas, Tex., where he will engage
in business with his father, who is a
wholesale broker in that city. Eli
Crockett has been given the position
vacated by judge Hardie and his com
Progress is reported on the well be
ing drilled on the Otis place near town
by W. E. Jeffries. Its depth is now
over 180 feet and the earth formation
is indicative of water within the next
G. E. Outlaw has taken a position
with the rip track force.
L. Leeper and family have left for
T. K. Weaver has moved into town
from his homestead and has taken a
position with the Santa, Fe.
J. B. Cappe, or House, N. M.. accom
panied by Mrs. Capps? are visitors in
M. L. Norris, who went to Oklahoma
a few months ago, is back on a visit
J. T. Abernathy, who has been sick
since his return from Texas, is now
well and attending to business.
BOWIE, ARIZ. . '
The following letter from Mrs. Orvilte
Rock will show bow unwise it k for wo
men to sobaiit to the dkngers of a surgical
operation when often it may be avoided
by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compoond. She was four weeks in
the hospital aad came home suf
fering worse than before.
Here is her own statement.
Paw Paw, Mich. -"Two years ago I
coffered very severely with a displace-
ment. I could not
be on my feet for a
long time. My pby-
I sician treated me for
several months with
out much relief and
at last sent me to
Ann Arbor for an op
eration. I was there
four weeks and came
than before. My
mother advised me to
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and I did. Today I am well and
Btrong and do all my own housework. I
owe my health to Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound aad advise my
friends who are afflicted with any female
complaint to try it." Mrs. Orvtlle
Rock, R. R. No. 5, Paw Paw, Michigan.
If you are ill do not drag along until
an operation k necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it has been the stan
dard remedy for women's ills, and has
restored the health of thousands of suf
fering womeo. vay aon t you try it; j
Bowie, Ariz., Nov. 23. W. T. Winsor
and family have arrived from San An
tonio, Tex., with a car load of house
hold goods, and are stopping at the
S. P. hotel, preparatory to moving on
their homestead east of town.
Mrs. D. D. Miller has returned to her
home in Lordsburg, N. M., after visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C
Mrs. E. X Evans and Mrs. E. E.
Northrop have joined their husbands,
who are developing a mining property
in Gold gulch.
Mrs. W. H. Bunch was called to Saf
ford because of the serious illness of
Mrs. C. Hubbard, of Minneapolis,
Minn., sister of Mrs. W. H. Bunch,
stopped over in Bowie, enroute to Saf
ford. The building boom in Bowie still
continues. The residence of J. P.
Schafer and the new school building
are ready for the roof. The foundation
for the J. R. Symonds bungalow is be
ing laid on their ranch west of town
and E. R. Boren has completed his
residence south of town.
The families of John Hammer and
R. G. Phillips have arrived.
A new cement walk is being laid in
front of the H. R. Hindman property
on Main street
Mrs. H. R. Hindman left for Tucson
to visit her son, Harold, who is at
tending the university.
The Farmers and Mechanics National bank of Fort
Worth said: "We have known Dr. Milam for many years.
His relations with ns have been very satisfactory, and we
bespeak for Mm the courtesy of all with whom he may
come in contact. "
Ed McCarthy & Co., Bankers, Galveston, Texas, said:
"We have known Dr. Milam for sometime, and have found
him to be an honorable gentleman and a reliable business
man and ask for him the courtesies usually extended a gen
tleman." The Shreveport National Bank said: "Our relations with
Dr. Milam have been quite close. We have always found
him entirely reliable in every respect and commend hrm to
your kind consideration.'.' , . ,
Mr. A. B. Freeman, Sec. City Water Dept., Fort Worth,
says: Dr. Milam treated me successfully three years ago
for nervous debility. I was madeaTnew inan and know his
reputation professionally as well as. otherwise to be second
to none. If he promises a cure I believe-you vdll get it.
Mr. Barney Fitch, deputy sheriff, who passedtfirough
this city recently with a confessed murderer from Califor
nia, says: Dr. Milam treated me for catarrh, my ear was
running and was completely deaf on one side, 1 also had a
blood trouble that caused occasional eruption and glad to
state that I am well. You will like Dr. Milani personally
and i he stands highly among the representative business
and professional gentlemen of this city. '
Rev. MaGuire, one of the best known Methodist pastors
of Fort Worth, says Dr. Milam cured him of a condition
that had been troubling him for many years for which he is
Judge R. H. Buck, District Attorney of the 48th Dist.
Court, and one of the best known public men of Texas, says:
I have known Dr. Milam intimately for a number of years
and can vouch for Ms ability and integrity.
Mr. W. M. Houston, son of one of the best known old
families of Fort Worth, says that he -was cured two years
ago of rheumatism, he could not .walk and had to be carried
to the office for treatment
Mr. Sydney Aver, ex-banker and now a pTominentranch
nian in middle west Texas, says : I-remained in Fort Worth
several weeks for local treatment from Dr. Milan! for nerv
ous and other troubles and was cured nearly two years ago.
I found Dr. Milam all thai a patient could ask.
Mi. Tyson, of the firm of Wills & Tyson, Building Ma-:
terial, says: Dr. Milam cured my son of Bright 's disease
several years ago and since he has treated other members of
my family with remarkable success. I have sent dozens of
patients to Mm and they are all pleased with the cures and
treatments he rendered.
One Room of Dr. Milam's Office.
He has everything modern and offers as much as you could get in Chicago,
New York, or other large centers.
Be Cured at Home Cheaper than you
could make a trip to the large cities
This entire paper could be filled with similar state
ments from prominent cured people who live all over Texas
and the territory. These are sufficient to convince any one
that if they visit Dr. Milam to seek treatment they will be
cared for in an uptodate manner and will always receive
value for all the money they pay out.
FREE TREATMENT FOR THIRTY DAYS.
Is offered to the public for the reason of proving to trie
public rrfy ability and to become acquainted at once with
the sufferer whoever he may be. No one is too rich or too
poor to be treated properly. You want the best, therefore
come to my office. Free consultation.
DR. MILAM IS NOT AN ITINERANT QUACK traveling
from town to town and always in the past he has advertised
no MATT, ORDER treatment. He advertises what he does
in his own name, will treat no one who does not come to his
I Treat All Chronic and Private Diseases of
Men, Women and Children
Do not wait to see various names of disease but if you are a sufferer and able
to come to my office I invite you to come at once.
DR. MILAM DOES NOT GO OUT OF THE OFFICE.
except for operative cases, and is therefore not a competitor to the family Dr.,
who as a rule are his friends.
Remember the free treatment with one exception, contagious private disease.
DR. MILAM, Office: Coles Building
Rooms 5 & 6.
Etrance on Oregon and San Antonio Streets.
Balmorhea, Tex.. Nov. 23. Her
Kountz is having an acdHlon built onio
his house and after it is finished he
is going to have it all painted.
L. R. Wilson is having a new picket
fence built around his grain store.
Charles Splitgarber and daughter.
Miss Cora, went to Pecos early in the
Miss Lizzie Welnacht spent this
week in Pecos.
Mrs. Grant of Franklin, Tex., is
Tisiting her daughter, Mrs. Wol
verton Joe Blakeslee has returned from Pe
cos. Mrs I W Kirkpatrlck and little
daughter made a trip to Pecos
Ruhard Lindsay was in from his
ranch below Saragosa.
las Van Horn and wife cime
down from their ranch in their auto
mobile l" ''dnrw and Lon Wilson went
"Ul to ch. K j i ,1 nih 1 , w r. k
Jilts Judluns, ii jL.1o iu uach ajic-
ELEPHAXT BUTTE, Iff. M.
Elephant, Butte. N. M, Nov. 23.
There was an unusually large audience
at the Literary society meeting, the
special attraction being a lecture on
South American travel and experience
by superintendent R. J. Schmalhousen.
The Tattler," by B. J. Mac Bwen,
presented in a humorous way,
some camp episodes and experiences.
Solos were rendered by Miss May L
BuelJ and little Sarah Karcher, and
instrumental music by "Walter B. Kar
cher. R. R. Coughlin and family, who have
been in the state of Washington and
other portions of the northwest for
two months, have returned.
Mrs. Courtney and baby have left to
join her husband at Fredericks, Okla.
T. C Casey, justice of the peace here,
is on a trip to Las Cruces to look after
The church and Sunday school hare
been granted some lots north of the
church for a recreation ground. A
merry go round, made by W. B. Kar
cher and others, has been built, and
croquet and other recreations will be
PECOS, TEXAS. -
Pecos, Tex., Nov. 23. Mrs. M. A. Per
sey is among the 1 Pasoans here this
R. L. Smith, of Bangor. Me.. Is
among- the hemeeeekers in Pecos this
W. D. Hudson has returned from an
extensive trip to Denton, Fort Worth
and Pilot Point
W. A. Estes, of Midland, visited in
Gus Hoofer has returned from a
visit to Toyah.
O. P. Brown, of EI Paso, was in Pe
cos this week.
Wildie Reynolds and wife nave left
for Dallas and other East Texas points.
Stump Robbins, of Saragosa, spent
two days in this city.
Willcox, Ariz., Nov. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Byrd and small son, of El Paso,
Tex., and Miss Ellen Simmons, sister
of Mrs. Byrd. have arrived here and
have taken a house in town for the
winter. Mr. Byrd has taken up a tract
of land near here.
A number of setters are coming in.
Some are purchasing relinquishment,
and filing and others are buying pat
Miss Grace Merrill, of Chicago, has
arrhed and will spend the winter with
her brother and his wife. Mr. and Mrs.
F Merrill, at Dos Cabezos
Mrs demons and daughter, of El I
Paso, are visiting Mr. demons, who is I
chief clerk at the Mascot Copper com
pany's camp I
Mr ind Mi B G Hine of t' r "VI t
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Monahans, Tex., Novr" 23. Mrs. Mary
Hill has been absent the past week at
Midland, visiting her daughter. Mrs.
Homer Jackson. Mrs. Jackson's month
old child died there recently.
Mrs. Al Garrett has returned from a
several weeks' visit at Midland.
F. J. Garrett was a business visitor
G. H. Stephens and son, John, former
residents of Monahans, came down
from Artesia and spent a few days.
KellV HoBTf tMWl tvfolr A-na.A. m.9
the T. & P., is laying off and risited
his mother and sister at Toyah. He was
accompanied by Clere Brown.
X J. Wheat was a, visitor from
A party of Odessa folka took the
stage here for Fort Stockton to at
tend the celebration of the entrv of
the first Orient train into that city-
Pink Mitchell, manager for the A. H.
Birchfield ranch, 14 miles northwest, is
here, reports a very heavy rain on that
place. The precipitation, he sajs, was
about one and one-half inches.
A. V. Winters is in Fort Worth, and
will probably take a position as tra el
ing salesman with the McCord-CoIlins
The carrying of tha United States
mail between Monahans, Fort Stockton
and Grandfalls will be discontinued
after November 15. The two stage
lines will continue for an indefinite
period, carrying passengers between
M. T. Eudaly, a prominent business
man of Grandfalls, was in the city.
Monahans is absolutely free from
BHEucBg iti present.
MAYHILL, X. M.
Mayhill, N. M, Nov. 23. F. E. C. Bell
and Pink Hickson have left for Bowie.
Tex with two carloads of horses. They
will ship from Roswell.
I tm s T:i.is and Miss Nora T:rli-
li who v, 1 1 mai i ied la' w . k n u.
1 I f i their widilin.; tr.p a'.d
a ' a daiiLt. at th. fcpeei ranch.
Globe, Ariz., Nov. 23. A. G. Smith
and W. T. Webb, of Safford. were In
the city attending the dam site meet
ing. A baby boy has arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Golden.
A baby girl has arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Andrew Green
" Deputy sheriff J. L Spoon, of, Win
kelman kas arrived in the city with
Undersheriff Gene Shute and Carl
Clark have returned from a hunting
trip in the Mogollon mountains. They
got three deer and plenty of wild tur
key. Elllney Buxton has left for Califor
nia on his vacation. From there he
will go to Colorado, stopping at Den
ver and several other cities.
Messrs. McAlpin, Brown, Patterson,
Hansen and Cunningham took an auto
trip to Salt River and brought back
many fish, ducks and other small
A R. Merrltt, of Jerome, r'Z
foimerly pitcher of the Miami baseball
team, is -visiting W. B. Cramer, of this
Mrs. Chauncy Ryf has gone to Phoe
nix to -visit relatives until after
Isadore Baatz. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Baatz, was operated on at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Purdum has re
turned from Los Angeles in their new
GUAYMAS. SOX.. XXX.
Guaymaa, Sonora. Mex, Nov. 2.
L. Lewis, of the Sonora Ore Bayn
agency. Hennosillo, was in the cit;.
W. C. Laughlin. lessee of the Las
Animas mine, San Xavier. is at f-
J. P. Burford is here from Hermosiho
accompanied by L. W. Coffee, of L
Angeles, who is investigating the re il
estate situation on the west coast, with.
the idea of purchasing a large tract of
R W. Glendenning. of Los Angeles is
in Hennosillo en route to Culiacan.
Mr. Glendenning is assistant manage'
for the Sinaloa Land company. He is
coming back to the west coast to be
gin operations now that the revolu
tion s d radically over here
H. G. Orcutt, J. M. Loop and Walter
Bellon. all of San Diego, Cal.. are it
the Alraada. They are going to La
Paz. Lower California, on the next
steamer, for a three weeks hunting
trip. They will return to Guaymaa and
spend some time here.
J. L. Chaney. of Esperanza. came to
Guaymas to meet his wife on her re
turn from several months spent to tha
states They left for their home in
Leslie Munger, a large hacendado oi
the R'o Yaqui. says he has a large
foi ce of n-en employed on his ranch,
and that garbanzo planting has bepii
and -will continue until the first of December.
There is nothing in which people
more betray their character than in
what they find to laugh at, Goethe.
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damaged, at half price. Lander Lam
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