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EL PASO HERALD
Social Doings In the Southwest
TOLAROSA, N. M.
BIG SPKI?J, TEXAS. -
Big Springs, Texas. Feb. 27. Prank
Oauble. Dr. G. T. Hail and W. F. Mil
eiead, of Hill county, male a trip to
-Mr. Cauble'g ranch in its new Ca-
1'ac car. while enroute they sighted
two coyotes and giving ehaae succeed
i d in running down t"
W. X Smith has
here from Amarlllo.
moved his family
He is in the U. &
mall sen ice.
L. G Mansfield, of HiUsboro, is here
on 4 -visit to his brother, C P. Mans
field. Mrs M A. Sullivan has gone to Put
nam. Vies Mabel Fielder, of Dealing. X.
C Is here visiting friends.
Jack Kukeudall is in Midland.
The members of the Bridge club
were entertained by Miss Zadee Fisher.
Atioraej T. F. Grtehasa is la Austin.
Co: Juc-tor Conner, of the T. P.,
has returned from Doming. N. M.,
w here lie has a claim.
.E. Jt Ilawley. a former resident of
tl is Mtj, has been promoted to the
IicsitioK of treasurer for the receivers
f the Kansas City. Mexico & Orient
D. J Arnell, who has been in the
opp '-miihs department at the T. ft
P. sl.nns lias been transferred to Kl
Jaeo. He is succeeded by M. Johnson.
ti ..Stnitiiville, Texas.
J. iL Copaland W. J. carnriKe ana
P. F. Baker visited. San Angelo In
Cc peland s i oro.
V. R. Cole is In th. ettv from
Angela He intends to more his fm-
i;ement business- from that point to I
his ut- I
Diatnce judge Beall was called to
hiB home at Sjreetwater on accouat of
the illness of his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baggett are. at
home from a visit in Dallas and Fort
Miss Lillian Hurt is visiting relatives
Mrs. Nat Shick has Joined her hus
band her- 'rom Ft. Worth.
J. E Morris has been called to east
Texas bv the Illness ofa relative.
A. .R. Biggs, of Duncan. Okte.. is here
looking after property interests.
A. Sullivan has gone to Austin to
spend a month 'with relatives.
Mrs. J, O. Crowe, of El Paso, is in
the cl,ty visiting relatives.
. Clint Owens has arrived here from
Ozona with his family, and will make
Eig Springs his home.
Mrs. W. S. Davles and children are
at home from a visit in New Orleans
Dr, J. H. Hurt, after spending sev
eral weeks with relatives at his old
none in Kentucky, has returned to
Mrs. F. F. Gary is visiting her two
children. Miss BeHe and McCall. who
are attending Baylor university.
At the T. M. "C. A. the Big Springs
branch of the eedle Work galld of
America was organised. Miss verbena
Barnes was chosen president and Mrs.
P G. Stokes secretary-treasurer.
Mrs. A. J. Gallemore entertained the
Dr. Harry Grafka, of the tL S. Live
stock Inspection service, -with head
quarters in this city, -has been trans-'
erred to Corpus Christi.
Mrs. R: P. Patty is visiting her sis
ter -in Balrd.
"Mrs: A. a Pool entertained the Forty
Two dub.: -
Mrs. C. Hogan, after & visit 'wKhier
5ter,'rs. &:&.. Siblne, has returned
to her bone' in "Spur.
Mr. and' airs. W4U Wood aad Mr.
"Wood's "mother are visiting relatives
in Logansport, Ind.
Mrs. D. D. Darling entertained the
members of the Priscilla oiub.
A Lenten Tea was given at the home
of Mrs. W. R. Dawes.
Mr. and Mm S. E. Brindley have re
turned to their home in Fort Worth
after a vieit with friends in the city.
AHrtne, Texas, Feb. 2T. J. Fdank Do
bM. formerly of Alptae. and more re
cently professor at Georgetown, has
sone to New York to do graduate work
at Columbia university.
Mrs. A. J. 5ippttt was summoned to
San Angelo by the serious illness of
Jier mother. Mrs. Lee. She took her
daughter. Jeaanette. with her.
Mrs. B. F. BriggB, who will be re
membered as Miss Elizabeth McCul
, lough, is here from -San- BUzario visiting
Mrs. Milton Chastain, of Marfa, has
been visiting her mother. Mrs. James
J. H. Rector, who has been seriously
ill with pneumonia, is Improving.
J. M Wortbington has returned from
a visit to Marathon.
R. C. McKlnney has gone to San An
tonio to recuperate from a breakdown
in health. He is accompanied by his
fafher-inlaw, Judge Ragin.
County treasurer Daniel York has
been ill this weeK.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilson have re- f
turned from San Autonle.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ford have come
from Wellington, Texas, to settle near
Alpine. Mrs. Ford Is a nieee of K. J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. XL Jackson and Mies
T'na Jackson have been 'summoned to
Bartlett. Texas, by the sudden death
of Mr. Jackson's sister-in-law, Mrs.
J. W. Jackson.
J. S. Hlnson, a son of W. W. Hinson,
has brought his family from Romance,
Arkansas, to Alpine to live.
Rev. J. Allen Ray and Rev. H. M.
Smith have returned from a motor trip
to- Fort Stockton.
W. G. WALZ
Catalogs Mailed Free
Marfa, Tex., Feb. 27. Mrs. Walter
Ellison is in San Antonio visiting rel
atives. Mrs. Thos. Snyder entertained the
young people in honor of Miss Luclte
Mrs. R- H. Mahoa entertained her
husband's friends with a stag party.
An eight course dinner 'was served.
Mrs. A. Mitchell assisted Mrs. Mahon.
Those participating were Messrs. W. W.
Boyd.,W. B. Mitchel. A Mitchel. Geo.
Howard. R. S. McCracken, Ben Prult,
Thee. B. Snyder. J. H. idvingstoo. G. C.
Robinson, H. M. Fennel. L. C Brite,
C W. Mitchel and Dr. M. Mahon.
Dr. M. Mahon was called to Valen
tine. Mr. and Mrs. John Rieraon are visit
ing in El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shetlds are In. El
J. H. Livingston and Miss Mabry have
returned from SI Paso. Mrs. J. H.
Livingston remained there a few days
Mrs. Cfaae. Jones is visiting Mrs. J.
McCamy in Kl Paso.
Joe Kspey, S. A. King and A. G. Prude
are visitors from Fort Davis.
Byron Avant has returned from El
James Mcintosh has gone to El Paso,
where he will practice law.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Claunch and little
daughter have returned to the ranch
after-a visit here of several weeks.
Mrs. Arthur Mitchel entertained the
Marfa History club on Tuesday.
Mrs. L. C. Davis has left for San
Antonio to visit friends.
The cemetery association held a
meeting at the court house. Through
generous contributions, sales and do
nations the association finds itself al
most out of debt with a good windmill,
established to furnish the water with
whieh to cultivate the flowers, trees,
grass and shrubbery already planted
in the cemetery. Mrs. L. C Brite re
signed as president and Mrs. W. W.
Bogel was elected to fill the place.
J. P. Sheilds retains his place as sec
retary. Mrs. Chas. Bailey entertained the
little ones in honor of her little daugh
ter .Ruths fifth birthday anniversary.
St. Valentine colors and schemes were
-L. C Wooley has returned from El
3 BALMOItHBA. TEX.
Balmorhea. Tex, Feb. 27. Mr. and
Mrs. WJU Massey entertained with a
party at their home at Toy ah vale.
Those present 'were: -Misses Lizzie
Weinacflt. Clara Weinacht. Cora Split
jgarber, Rosa Blankenship. Hilda Wei
nacht, Jennie Odell, Alice Peck. Ger
trude Odell, Daisy Spring, Clelia Gil
hams. Mary Massey, Marx Woods,
Florence Day. Bernice Judklns. Delia
Brock; Messrs. Clarence Johnson. Ro
bert Wagnon, Ernest Peck. Robert
OdelL Joe Kingston, Will Kingston.
John Wilson, John RathmeL Eugene
Odell. Ninian Vanderen, Hugh Brock,
Roy Vanderen. Dee Humble. Wallace
Wanaon. Houston Wanson. Lonie Wein
acht. Will Thorp. WUl Clarke. Howard
HolMnbeck. Wells, Frye, Boas, Platter.
Mites Clelia Gilhams is visiting at the
X. K. Webb went to Saragosa On bus
iness. X V. Garner has returned from Ft.
Perry Wagnon made a business trip
Mrs. McWharter's cousin has re
turned to his home at Houston. Texas.
Mrs. Will Rhea is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Groves. In Canyon City.
Porter A Whaley, editor of the Pecos f
itecora-.times, was in jsaimornea.
A. F. Odell and family are moving
R. E. Reed has gone to Fort Stock
ton where he will make his home.
The women of the Methodist and
the Presbyterian Aide gave a George
Jesse Garner made a trip to Fort
Miss Susie MeGlnley, teacher im the
ToyahTale school has left for her home
in Blackwell, Texas.
Mrs. Lewis has returned to her home
ia Kansas after a short visit with her
sister. Mrs. A. S. Davis.
Mrs. Vestal Ford and little son. of
Marietta, Okla., are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Spring.
a socorro, jr. m. .
Socorro, N. M., Feb. 27. President
Drake, of the School of Mines, was a
visitor in El Paso.
Jean and Doris, the young daughters
of Dr. McKay, have been ill with grip
Gordon Lavelace, superintendent of
the electric lteht slant, has been con
fined to his home with a severe attack
of the grip.
The baked goods sale of the Aid soci
ety, held-at Mrs. Drivens, wss very
T. 3. Everheart is In Kelly on bus
iness. An epidemic of colds ami grip has
struck the town.
L. O. Stevens, whose family have
taken up their residence here -has re
turned to his business in Ohio.
Mrs. Gordoq Lovelace underwent a
severe operation at the hospital and is
still in a critical condition.
Mrs. John D. Merriwether has gone to
Las Cruces to join her huslrand, who
recently located there.
103 E! Paso Street
PORTAIiES, X. M.
Portales, N. M., Feb., 27. Grover
Brock, who has worked for the Santa
Fe in Portales for several years has
gone to Clovis. where he will work in
Mrs. J. L. Osborn, accompanied by
her daughter Nannie, left for Pueblo,
Colorado, in hope of being benefitted
by the change.
Judge George L. Reese, W. H. Ball.
Ben Smith and . A. Rogers are in Chi
cago on business connected with the
B. A. Stafford, who has been -teaching
in the high school of Portales this
term has resigned and gone to his
home at Canyon City, Texas. Miss
Reece has been nlaced in the position
left vacant by Mr. Stafford's resigna
tion and Mrs. George Dean has been
engaged to fill Mies Reece' a position.
"Dad" Chapman, the real estate man, S
who has been in Colorado for some
time, is here on a visit.
me, is nere on a visit.
"Levi Whiteman has gone to east T$x-
as, where he will manage Ms mother's
V. C. Hough, who has. been visiting
his son. Dr. L. R. Hough, has returned
to his home at Baird, Nebraska.
The civic department of the Woman's
club served a colonial dinner. The en
tire proceeds of the dinner will be spent
in improving the public school grounds,
putting out trees and grass and build
Richard P. Bishop died in Portales
of dropsy. The funeral was conducted
at the Baptist church. The remains
were Interred In Portales cemetery by
the local Odd Fellows, of whom he was
an honored member.
Word has been received of the death
of Prof-'Isham P. Skinner at Athens,
Texas. Prof. Skinner was superintend
ent of the Portales schools for two
KLEPHAXT BBTTH, N. M.
Elephant Butte. Feb. 27 The masked
ball given under the auspices of the
Royal Elephants 'was a pronounced
success. The reception hall was taste
fully decorated. About 100 Invitations
were accepted. It was amusing to see
some of the men trying to make sure
of their wives and sweethearts.
A piano has been secured for the hall
and this added to the enjoyment of
the evening. Dancing, music and re
freshments were the order of the even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Baldwin enter
tained in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Willsie,
of New York. A part of the enter
tainment was a five course dinner
served in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Cole, who has occupied the
position of score keeper in the ware
house office has resigned his position
to take effect March 1. Mr. Cole goes
from here to Seattle. Washington.
Wes Jones, who was granted a leave
of absence, has returned from Coffee
ville. Kans. He was called home by
the death of his mother.
F. H. Wright who has charge of a
number of carpenters working on the
sand cement structure, was injured
when an iron hook, weighing about
20 pounds, became unfastened and fell,
striking him on the head and cutting a
Sash to the skulL Mr. Wright was re
moved to the hospital. He now is able
to be- about.
Mr. Nourse and family have sold out
and moved' from here to Houston, Tex.
Rev. W. C. Buell has gone to his
heme at Mesllla Park on business.
Mrs. Dixon, mother of Mrs. Will
Weeks, has left after a ten days' visit
with her daughter and family. Mrs.
Dixon is from Chleago. 111. and will
visit relatives and friends at La Mesa
JSi .faso. before returnin srtn hr
Bisbee. Arlz-,Feb. 27 J. E. Curry has
returned to Warren from a business
visit to Hermostllo, Mex.
F. L. Irving, of the C. & A. offices,
is ill with mumps.
Judge Alfred Franklin, of Phoenix,
with Mrs. Franklin, are Bisbee vis
itors. D. H. Scott, first lieutenant of the
Third Infantry, has been visiting his
brother, L. M. Scott, of this city.
Frank Macon, a prominent rancher
of Lewis Springs, is in the city from
San Diego, having made the trip, ac
companied by his eight year old
daughter, in an automobile. He reports
the roads in excellent condition.
Miss Ruth Powell, of Los Angeles,
is visiting her sister, Mrs- R. T. Pel
ten, in Lowell.
Mrs. Greenway has returned from a
visit to friends in Tucson.
At a musical given by the Sunday
school class of Jiggerville. held at
Lowell, ?60 was raised. 300 persons
were present The maney will he ad
ded to tAe fund which is being raised
to buy a new piano for toe Sunday
Mrs. E. A. Hurst has returned to the
city from an eastern trip.
W, H. O'Neill, a cattle man of the
Sulphur Springs valley, is in the city
Mrs. Pat Cunningham, of Los An-
geies, is nere for an extended visit.
SAW MAHCIAL, x. m. .
San Marcial. N. M., Feo. 27. The
women of the G. L A, the auxiliary of
the brotherhood of locomotive engin
efri.Eave their fourth annual ball
at the opera house. The ball was
.E!?r!'?i Uh a a'ck led by general su
f niendSt fawans of the Santa Fe
?hf f-tU- U ndy. This ball was
In Sfi?ly evenit ,ot til season, about
LSuples Participating and many
handsome gowns and costumes being In
nriff- Te opera house was very
Srdlr KSrSSS1 i? the colors of the
order, red. white, blue- and purple.
Jl'SZ Welding, the foreman of the
convict camp at the Point of Land
3 miles north of here has be tV."
tV,fn,t2.rium "t LasVegas. "
thPyrtfanStaSv' l6 entertained
andcorte Sffi!..? the,r hu"andS
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. ov aim uiit
MorencL Art -c-v .-
Sumner have left fV .T ' f .
journ in El Paso IOr & rew davs so"
offfandtiY-wYfe.111 & 5?neral
few weeks in nTJifcrar spends a
Ref CN ia!?" & El Paso.
camp securing data? preilminVv t th2
"!u Fesuliah1lg1 rcnVrch"1
T. F. Minor has disposed of his
property on "G" hill to Kates Cocking
fft,W H PnMfrch0
u.YP- Sana and familv are vis
Hing relatives at Columbus, N. M. for
a few weens.
& A. Webterman ha h i
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Tularosa. N. M.. Feb. 27. Mrs. J. R.
Howell and son, Howard, and Mrs. A.
L. Douglas and son, Hubbard, were
guests of Mrs. James Reagan at her
ranch, west of town.
A. L. Douglass has returned to his
work at Wingate, Aria, after a few
days' visit here with his family.
W. J. Howpkins and family have ar
rived here from east Texas, with a
view of locating.
Mrs. T. T. Rutherford, who has. been
hick, is able to be up. . -
Frank Maxwell has returned to his
home in Alamogordo' after, a few days
visit here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Maxwell.
Mrs. D. Slmme and sob, Denton, have
returned from El Paso, where they
went to visit Mrs. Mary HutcMnson.
Mrs. Charlie Anderson and 'children
have gone to Carrizozo, N. J.L. to be
present at her sister's iunbral.
c JacK ataxweit ana cnnaren nave Jei
j for Parmer. Texas, on a visit to rela
jacK Maxwell and children nave left
Mrs. Carl- E. Haynes and daughter.
Opal, have returned from Alamogordo,
where they have been visiting rela
tives. Ervin Daniels has gone to La Lue.
Mr. and Mrs. Marian Simins. who
were here visiting friends, have re
turned to their home at Mescalero.
John Hall has returned to his work
in Arizona after spending a week here,
visiting his mother. Mrs. Sallie Hall.
The Earnest Working club was enter
tained by Misses Jula and Etoile Fri
erson. A musical program was ren
dered. Those taking part were: Mis
ses Delia Porter. Etoile -Frlerson, Ruth
Porter. Inez Day, Ellen Osby and Daisy
Rogers. Julia Frierson. Those present
were: Mrs. J J. Sanders, Mrs. J. H.
Jackson. Mrs. M J, Blazer, Mrs. G. W.
Young. Mrs. W. L. Words, Mrs. J. R.
Howell. Mrs. J. W. Prude. Mrs. J. Por
ter, Mrs. T. T. Osby. Mrs. A. L. Doug
lass. Mrs. E. H. Simmons, Misses Marie
Sichter, Rachel Livingston. Mrs. Ed
win Peppard; visitors: Mrs. John Hun
ter. Mrs. R. Pace, Mrs. John Snider,
Mrs. Werman, Mrs. S. P. Clayton, Mis
ses Ruth and Delia Porter. Ellen Osby,
Sophie Douglass, Daisy Rogers, Vida
Redic, Inez Fay.
The W. 0. W. lodge has arranged
for a basket supper on March 1. Th
program committee consists of 3. B.
Kronenberg, W. A. Cioman and J. J.
Presiding Elder J. AHen Ray is to b
in Tularosa next Saturday and Sunday
to hold quarterly conference and to
preach on Sunday morning.
C. L. Beckwith, representing the
Phelps-Dodge company, went to the
San 'Andres to look over the property
of the Echo Mining Co.
Miss Vida Redic spent the week here
from Orogrande as the guest of Miss
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Remona Ado-
O SA3TTA ROSA, N. 51.
Santa Rosci N. M.. Feb. 27. Sol
Stern, of Marcellus. Mich., president of
the Moise Bros. Co. of this place, is
here the guest of his nieces, the mes
L. O. Spencer, relief agent of the
Southwestern, is In charge of the night
trick left vacant by the transfer of
J. A. Humes to the Pa&tura agency.
Mr. Spencer will be here until about
the first of the month, whoa b will
relieve agent Nichols, of Y-aughn. for
a few weeks.
R. F. Simrell, day operator for the
Southwestern, expects to remove his
family to Birmingham. Ala, at an early
date, and will himself visit relatirec
in Tennessee for a short time.
Mrs. T. D. Harris and children, of
Cuervo, were visitors In Santa Rosa
for a few days. Mr. Harris is the
Southwestern agent at Cuervo, and was
formerly stationed here.
W. T. Abernathy. of Nashville. Tenn..
is spending a few days here, the guest
of his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Ruane.
Anton J. Coury, whose resignation
as chief deputy sheriff was announced,
has purchased the general merchandise
business of Charles Kilmer, at Duran,
and has removed there with his family.
Mllnor Rudolph, of Mora, was a vis
itor here for a few days. Mr. Ru
dolph was formerly superintendent of
schools of this county.
Mrs. Lottie Keller, who was burned
by the explosion of gasoline while
kindling a fire at the home of Mr.
Wentworth. has been removed to the
hospital at Tucumcari. Her injuries
are considered serious.
The clerical force of the county
clerk's office has been augmented by
the addition of Francisco Sanchez, of
this place, and Isldoro L. Anaya, for
merly probate clerk of Lincoln county.
Mrs. C. E. McGinnls entertained a
number of friends at an afternoon
thimble party at her home on' south
Mrs. J. V. Gallegos has returned
from a several days' visit with rela
tives' at Newkirk.
B. V. Gallegos, of Gallegos Bros., has
returned from, a short vacation trip to
Santa Fe. T
The meeting of the Guadalupe County
Teachers Association, Just closed was
one of the best ever held here' but
owing to inclement weather and 'other
causes, the attendance from the distant
county points was light. Among the
prominent educators of the countv who
were present were: Lewis R. Haight
and B. F. Wilson, of Cuervo; L V.
Gallegos. Jr., of Newkirk; Roy A.
Wiley. Los Tanos; the Misses Caroline
Clancey and Cleotllda Armljo. of Pln
tada, and Albinlta Page, of Puerto de
Luna; G. W. Martinez and Max Galle
gos, of Colonias; E. Sllva. Delia: W. H
Highsmlth. Potrillo; and Miss Georgia
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- GAA'ANEA. MEXICO.
Cananea, Son.. Mex.. Feb. 27. C. By
ron Vallee and Miss Nora Duffin were
wedded in the Tucson Catholic church,
Rev. Fr. Timmerman performing the
ceremony. The bridesmaids were
Misses Virginia Hays of this vity and
Alma Abrams of Naco. The groom was
accompanied by his brother Paul Val
lee of San Diego, CaL After the cere
money the young couple took the train
for Los Angeles, from where they go
to San Francisco on their honeymoon.
Later they will go to Lower California,
where they will reside for the present.
At the meeting of the Scientific so
ciety in Eagles' hall George Young,
secretary of the Cananea Consolidated
Copper company, gave a talk on Meii
Mexican corporation law.
At the meeting of the auxiliary Mrs.
C. C Chase acted as hostess. Bridge was
played during the meeting and the
rxnors were awarded Mrs. X P. Fergu
son. A mask ball was given by the Pythian
At the meeting of the board cf trade
all the officers were re-elected. E. R.
Felix was selected as commiseario su
plente. Dr. L. D. Ricketts is in Chicago on
a business mission..
Mrs. L. A. Hagy entertained the
Bridge club. The honors were con
ferred upon Mrs. Inez Haney. Mrs.
Haney entertains the club on March L
Dr. .Walter Harvey Weed, of New
York city, has arrived in the city on
a business visit, lie Is manager of
the Calumet & Sonora company heri.
He will remain about en days.
Dr. T. F. Butiow, who has been ill
in the hospital with an attack of pleu
risy, has sufficiently improved to go
to Guaymas for a short visit.
Mrs. James Clayton and her mother,
Mrs. Emma Leigh, have left for Beaver
Falls. Pa., where they will visit for
several months. Mr. Clayton accom
panied them as far as Bisbee.
Mrs. Win. Gmahling attended the
wedding of her sister Miss Ella MeCor
mack In Bisbee.
A. Carrilto is rejoicing over the ar
rival of a son at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. McKay have wel
comed a young daughter to their home.
W. H. Carey has returned to his
duties in the public service department
of the Four Cs company after an ill-
ness of some time.
W. P. Briggs and family, accompanied
by his father. John Briggs, have left
for Narajoa. Son, where he is to be
agent for the S. P. de M. railroad.
Miss Tuche Sanchez has returned
from a visit at Tucson with her mo
ther. Mrs. S, A MePhee has returned to
I'cUfis :ter a short visit with her
cauhter, Mrs. James Breen, of Chtva
tera. James S. Douglas, of Douglas, was a
business visitor here thi week.
Emll Rossrucker. manager of the
bakery of the Cananea stores, has left
F. J. Strachan has returned home
from a business visit at Morenci.
Oliver Powers and wife, of Pueroi
toe, are visiting in Douglas.
t WILLCOX, ARIZ.
Willcox. Ariz.. Feb. 37. P. P. Page,
foreman for H. L. Johnson, who sus
tained a severely fractured ankle, when
his horse fell with him. was taken
to El Paso for medical treatment. His
brother. Sidney Page, accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kennedy, and
Miss Ada May Nelson, were a party who
came in from Aravlapa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gilpin of Safford,.
Ariz., are here.
Wm. T. Johnson, of Eureka Springs.
is here visiting his sister. Mrs. C. a
Mrs. C. C. Gungl who is visiting her
daughter Mrs. E. A. Barber here, is
confined to the house with an attack of
D. W. Isaacson, the cattleman, from
Poole is here.
J. P. Cummings was bitten by a
skunk and was taken to EH Paso for
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gage, who have
been the guests of Mrs. H. A. Morgan
for the past tew weeks, nave returned
to their home in Los Angel.
Mr. and Mrs. F. a RotUaan and
daughter, and Mrs. Rogers were the
guests of Mr and Mrs. J. P. Richardson.
Mrs. M. E. Thomas, mother of Mrs.
H. L. Johnson, and Miss Myrtle Thomas,
have arrived from Pearsall. Texas, and
will make their home here.
Constable Morn: has been compelled
to shoot several dogs suffering from
hvdropl i.hu. and has cautioned the
peopl ti k ep their rioers off the street,
or th. V.11I be killed.
I AILS TO KROI. BILL:
SALE OF LIO.TJOR PROHIBITED.
Oheenn Wyo., Feb. J7. Through
thf o(rM,lit nf the enroling clerk the
1 I' '"' v ' - hotels to sdl lmuor with
V. Ill r,
2 HAYDEN, ARIZ.
Hayden. Aria., Feb. 27. Robert Leg
gett of Butte Montana, in company
with George Sheldon. paid Hayden a
visit, coming here from Los Angeles
in Mr. Leggett's automobile. The car
was shipped by rail from Butte en ac
count of the mountainous country to
Los Angeles. They left here for Bis
bee and will also make runs to Can
anea. El Paso and other southwestern
points before their return. Mr. Sheldon
accompanied Mr. Leggett on this trip
of pleasure for the purpose of looking
over the mining district in this section
of the country with a prospect of fu
ture residence in the Southwest.
Robert MeGee-, general pipe fitter
foreman, has severed his connection
with the Ray Consolidated ' Copper
company, and left for the coast.
F. E. Oxley Is a new arrival in Wln
kelman. where he will make his future
home, coming from Glendive. Montana.
His sister of Mount Pleasant lows,
will also make her home In wlnkel
man. R. E. Moore, general manager for the
Gila Valley Bank and Trust company,
spent a few days in Hayden and Win
keman. The id society of Winklemaa gave
an oyster supper, realizing quite a sum
Eric Englebom met with a serious
accident whHe driving a team of horses,
being thrown from the wagoa which
passed over him, breaking one of his
legs. Englebom bad broken his hand
a short while ago and was at tempting
to drive the horses with one band,
when they became unmanageable,
throwing him from the rig. He was
taken to the Hayden hospital.
Mrs. ur. e. B. -Norman is visiting in
Hayden with her husband.
CORONA, X. 31. -
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Corona, N. M., Feb. 27. O. C Baker,
a prominent sheep grower here, has
returned from California, accompanied
by his small son. Jerome. Mrs. Baker
and little daughter have gone on to
New York for a few weeks' stay.
There was a dance given in Atkinson
halL Beside the regular members of
the young set. there were several out
of town guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Varney entertained at
T. M. DuBois has returned from Santa
Fe. where he took the Scottish Rite
jesttce to the
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physldan, and adapted to the needs and requirements of woraaa's deflate
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SSosoceat stamps for a trial box of Dr. Pierce's Favorite PrescriBtSa
Tablets, to Dr. Pierce, at Invalids' Hotel and Surgical. lnstKate, Senate.
7 fe your prwifedge to voriteto Dr.
gmen free of charge. Of course
We have just received a car
Sets in the yellow, red
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Special Prices on
W. D. WISE & CO.
Retail Store, 106 X. Stanton.
Warehouse Second and Chihuahua
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4 CIiOUDCROFT, X. H. -
Ooudcroft, N. M, Feb. 37. Mr. arl
Mrs. J. W. Belk of Russia Canyon.
were in the city Saturday on business.
Mr. Belk has leased his farm for the.
year and if he can find a. suitable lo
cation in Cloudcroft he will make this
their home this year.
J. C Jones has returned from Alamo
gordo, having been there for several
days in the interest of the Cloudcroft-
Pecos Valley Electric line.
Dr. Warren was called to Mt- Pars:
to see Mr. and Mrs. W. John Anderson,
both being sick.
Miss Oilie Thomason, of Cox Canyon,
received the appointment as teacher for
the James Canyon school, beginning
D. P. Clayton hi quite HI with ton
silitis at his sawmill in Cox Canyon.
T. Vt Dykes and wife, of Kingsland.
Arkansas, are here. Mr. Dykes will
probably buy property here and make
this his home.
J. C Walker and Miss Ethel Gray, of
Cloudcroft, were married in El Paso.
Mr. Walker is a planter and stockman
of this county.
Scott B. Williams, o Cleaderoft, ac
companied by Dr. Adlerson, of Straw
berry Point. Iowa, have left for Ala
mogordo. Mr. Williams will also visit
H. M. Denny was in EI Paso on bus
iness this week.
Lee Wright, of Weed. N. M is in.
Prof. R. S. White, principal of the
Mt. Park school spent two days in.
R. D. Mller. former agent of the
EI Paso and Southwestern system here.
has been checked oat and will leave
toaay lor uawaos, Jt M where ha
will take charge of the eashier's office
for the same company, c. F. Barrett,
of Don Louis, Arizona, ssceeeds Mr,
Harvey Holden and Mr. and Mrs
Henry Tally were here from Cox Can-
Mrs. C L. Fite is raeJctng; extensiv .
repairs on her hotel beildteg' on Glc "
W. R. Clack, cuetedlan for the doc a
croft Reserve, is able to be out ag? jE
after being sick with tonsilitis. ff'
Professor R. & Tipton, county scl
Su,ri2?.2ndent' P8 through; CI io
croft visiting county schools.
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time previous to the coming et iser babe.
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Pierce for advice, and it trill be gktdht
all cotrtmumcatjems are conMdentiaL
of unusually fine Onion
and white varieties.
2 Qts. for 25c