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rJL JttuJ.Emcraon prchcd at Uqgerman
Vlo Queen was turned looso Sunday,
on 81,000 bond,
Thcro will bo another bonk-In Kddy
lnsldo of forty days.
Thoro Is strong talk of u now bank
4n Kddy within a fow weeks.
Tho Kl 1'oro bttBO ball club has at
taut won a game from Albuquerque
Hill McLendon will ship a cottplo of
cars of horses tomorrow to Louisiana,
lJarUeld & Too took out llcunso Mon
day to bcII llqunra In I'honlx for an
Tho work train went up to tho l'cn
asco yesterday morning, tho first train
In four days.
SalLDr&w, near Ited Hltiff, was wash
ed oui for over K thousand fuut of
Harry Simpson, for some months a
resident of Kddy, is now foromun of
h ranch at Clint, Tax,
Uoto Joyce, l'rult Oo.'s and see
their pretty lino of fall and winter tut!
'llnory now open for inspection,
Kd Jtoblnuoii wont out yesturduy to
slay game. Ho tramped fur hours and
caino homo with thu usual look.
. Tlio olcctrlo lights for thu ast fow
flights lmvo fulled to operate for some
'cause to electricians ulotiu known,
Joyco, l'rult (i Co, uru Hhowing an
elegant lino of Indies' aapos. All now
and jt ylWh, Don't fall U see them. -
Three bontH of thn 1'imiiibco bridge
went out Monthly itlg.it. A work train
&vunt up yesterday morning to repair
Waltor I'adflloford has purohneed I).
L. Koinp'a Imir Inturott In tho Sllw
Klmf wiloon nt 1'henlx, Kd.8. Lyell be
ing owner of the other liulf.
( Mr. Hardin roturued Sunday from
Louisiana, where ho sold out rotiplt
of our loads of horses for I kins ml
Wulkcr nt remunerative prices.
Tho J5I I'uho Telegram was issued
Sunday as a morning pnpor, tinder the
name of The Telegraph 'I. ho Tolotfraph
will contest the morning Held with the
Todd Harbor Is putting down a well
for Mr. llonson, the big stock man,
now owner of tho Tnnslll farm. The
well is on one of Mr. llenson'a trttut
Millinery stylo wore never prottltr
than this fall. In IIioko pattern hats
nt Joyce, l'rult & Co.'s are shown some
Mfcf tho very latest and iiretileat full and
Tltp Uattotii of the canM was found
to swarm with big llsli-cute, bass,
suckers and also a few lino Ms. when
the water wont out from tho effects nf
The board of registration wlshotito
request all voters to ro that their
names are registered, T'o board con
shin of ( II. MeIiOuttlKiJi, 1). It. liar
key and (loo. Dunofut.
Owing to the bank fnllitro, Dr. Hear
up will do dental woik at one-hair
regular rates for the px1 ten days
only, nftor which tlui ho will be nb
sent for a mouth o" mure In the north
ern part of the territory.
The heavy rain of Monday night
caused water to run l.ito the jail and
the two prisoners, I.crnio and Soolt
were Ironed und taken over to Joyce,
l'mlt & Co.'s and kept during tho day,
but returned lit tho evening.
W. H. llurlston an I wife wont to
Midland Saturday, and Mr. llurlston,
father of YV. K., came tip to preside
oyer the jewelry department at Illnek
ntore'H. and will remain until trams
run regular ho his son can return.
r Thu hoot crop of tho I'ecos valley Is
simply Immense, and preparations to
celebrate by bnrbooiio are going on
Thuro is not u single failure In the
whole valley, though n few lmvo short
crops on account of luck or oulttva-
W. A. Donnelly was thrown from
bin tinrso while ottt on thu prnlrlo near
his home nt Malaga hut Sunday, and
was found tinoonaolous after his horse
eama home l).'. Whloher set Don-
notir shoulder blade, whloh was
A couple of badger fighta nt the t'ro
zler oomor yosturday attreetod quit u
crowd. II. S. Cooper, the electrician,
Imnillwl the Imilger, and then made the
ornwd a present of a Ikix of olgara er
fectually stopping the howl that was
about to go up.
The home of J. II. Carpenter en
Hlsek rivor wits deatroyed by the Hood
Mondiy night. The family were
awakened about 18 o'clock by the
t adobe wells paving In, and were ooui
nelli-d t" wade to the home of Clave
Alt-reliant for refuge for tho night.
While attempting In crow Dark (Jen
L on Wednesday morning, II. C. Me
' ' Laughlln drowned n horee, and only
esuaped himself with his buggy und
tnule with the assistants of Hlerlno
1 mo" a fitottt fellow who waded lu und
asalsted the outfit from its perilous
position, after being flurried down for
i ' several hundred yards In tho raging
waters. The ohiioii attlielltne eon
talned about ten feet of water, whloh
was moving as only mountain streams
8ovon Inches of Rain
rll in Tho Teen Vdller 0
Kttia Wait unit North Dolni Hiii9B In
lUlltrnr " Cni1-rlo Mill l or I Ho
1'robably tho hoaviest rain over
known at this point commenced nt flsOO
Monday evening, and boforo noon of
Tuesday four Inches or rnln had fallon,
us measured by tho government rain
gaugo located on tho roof of tho bank
building. Tho gaugo ihowed two and
ninety onc-hundredths lnuhee Wednes
day noon, and ten ouo hiindredtlm
moro by Thitrsduy noon, tnuklng lu all
seven inches of ruin-fall, moro than
fell previously for n year. Tho tem
perature of Monday was 70 degreoe
abovo at tho warmest, und. 1 1 degrees
at the coolest. The day previous thu
maximum temperature was 00 und tho
With such a rainfall (us was never
boforo experienced by tho'oldest settlor
In tho l'oooe valley, us might bo ox
peeled the damage was grent to tho
railway und oaiiali, though at no time
wan any fear experienced that the dams
of the great reservoirs were lu danger.
All the waste gates of thu lowor dam
wore thrown open us soon as tho storm
began, und thu reservoirs were kept at
a eufe stage,
The' greatest damage to the canal
was at Dark Canon, where thu ohiiuI
Intersect the draw, where the bunks
ware washed away to a considerable
At about S a. in. Tuesday morning
whan it btonmo evident the frusheta
would damage the rallwuy, Supt. N'loli
olt), wttli seven ours of material and
h guug of men Blurted down tho line
and were tumble to proceed past Hod
Illulf, where about 900 reel of dump
and trestles wure washed out. Tho
trnln due at 7:18 n. m. Tuesday from
l'eooe was lied up on thu oilier side of
Had Until by the washout. Dark
Canon run higher than for the past 800
yuan, if Hie widening of the banks
and general enlargement of the draw
la any criterion by which to Judge.
Over thirty feet of the bunks of Un
draw wure washed nway and the water
ran over the top of tlio rnllway bridge
for ovor u fool taking everything ex
cept the rails and tie for about eighty
fuel. At ilaokborry draw the little
galley adjoining town on tlio south
tliu railway suffered again, the tretlo
being taken nway leaving only the lies
Iron und utriugera. Engineer llallurtl
with a lureu or men Immediately set
to work to repair the damugo near
town, and finished tho llackbeiry
bridge Thursday noon, going uoxt to
the Dark Canon bridge, In the mean
time Sttpt. Nichols had been at work
on the Red Hlulf washout, while the
regular train was tied up south of Hod
llluir. The trestle und dump at Fran
ols, where the railway crosses Cuss
Draw, was washed uwny leaving the
stringers, Iron and Ilea upon which a
hand oar was run, going to Hetl llluir.
Uu account of the washouts no at
tempt was made to send thu mull from
tho beloaguorcd train at Ited Hlulf, to
Kddy wub Isolated In this respect for n
u longer time than over before, the
season of ISM, not oxcepted. No mail
huving arrived between Monday morn
ing and Saturday morning ut two
o'clock, when the accumulated mull
w.w brought up front Tocos, being
transferred ut Jtod Hlttff. The Ited
I Hurt washout was repaired today, and
a train is expected through tomorrow
lunrning front l'ecos.
1 MIKT HAIIDNAI. IIAXIl hUSPKNUB.
Monday morning natrons of thu bunk
wure somewhat astounded to find a no
tlcu on tho front door to the olfcut that
on account of lack of deposits tho di
rectors had decided to suspend, uu
Interviewing tho president, Mr. It. II.
fierce, he slated that till dunosllors
would bo paid In (till, and that tho
bunk would probably resume In about
sixty days. ThourwoUumoitntto 8105,
000 and the deposit 02,000. The assets
consist of about 910,000 available cash,
80,000 good notes, $30,000 lu Muds nl
sacrifice prices and the balance In over
drafts iiixturee, etc. The first divldaud
will probably be paid depositors In 80
days and will be about twenty live per
oeitt and the balance ns fast as the In
stitution can reallae on Its collaterals.
The showlog made by the bank Is ex
ceptional wild no doubt the uaitK win
shortly be able to resume business.
One of the ma In causes whieit precipi
tated the suspension Is the fact that
eastern bauke have rscpniiy roiuseu to
handle western paper, alleging the tin
eerUiittieeof money mature pending
the election, do not Jitiury the pineiug
of money at present.
IUIn! rain I retttil
Caual broke In Caea Draw for nearly
1M feet, takingHll fouoea to the I'eaoe
river, and wishing out the railroad
brklf at Praueis.
HeeU in till section are growing
Mtaa I'otter, or Kddy, spent Satur
day und Sunday with Mrs. Mlhtfred, of
Itev. It. Hrautley preached at the
Oils school house Suwhty ovenlng ut
No sahoel this week, on aeeount of
Uittllroe. threshed ISgyplhiu oom
fur Hutler and Lewis last Monday.
)v, N. M., Oct, ICtli, 1HW.
Owing to tho suspension of tho First
National Hank of Hddy. tho funds be
longing to Hddy county will be un
available for an Indcflnlto time, as thoy
wero doposlted In this bank. 1 will
suy, however, that I tully bellovo tho
bank will pay Its depositors In full,
but It Is Impossible to say how soon, as
It reqtilros n lung tlino to adjust com
plicated affnlrs of this kind, but
whothor It does or not tho county shall
lose nothing by tho failttroof tho bank,
and parties holding claims against tho
county shall not bo Incouveulonccd
any more than I eon possibly avoid.
S. T. UirriMi,
AIIOUT MOIKIOI. HUfKItlMJlNllUMT.
Aui.noton, l.vnH Oct. 12, 1809.
This may certify that Win. 0. HellT
was ouoe a toucher under my sttporvl
ston in tlio county of Marlon, this
statu. Ho was oompotuut, conscien
tious and active In his work, and 1 trust
his abilities tuny be reoognlaed wher
ever this may be presented. In my
oottnty work thu ordeal of examination
was very exacting, nud Mr. itulirooniu
not have had u prlnolpelshlp without a
high degree of lltnoee.
Wai.tku S. Smith,
Once Superintendent of the Common
Sohooie of Marlon County, Ind.
Tho above was received too late for
earlier iiuhltoatlou, and rufore to W. C.
HallT. who is out as an luuopcnucni
oaudidutu for sttporlntuudent or jftuty
II. M. Honuctt, of Dallas, is In
1. C. Sanchoz wont to Hoiio Monday,
J. (I. Ureon, of llroukton, Muse., rug
IsUrwl at the Windsor today.
U.S. Htitemau returned last night
tram his trip t Lincoln oottnty.
Kurnoat Curry, of 1C1 l'nso. ouino in
this morning nud Ib at the Wludson
M. Jt. ItlohtirdSQii.orStorllngt Kuiib.,
went through this iirofrtlrig to llos
w.oJI. v :
n. AjSTtrdmrilioli and others will ad-
drfsa the peoplo of Malugti nttxt Fri
.lolui Montiromory. of Seven ItlVOr.
wait in town this weok hdbnUbblng
MimiIiiiium H. (). Kniilknor and W. II.
Uolnblrd departod Monday evoitin'g
Alius Hivu (Hover onterlulnt) her lit
lie friends today at !! p. m. In honor of
her fourth birthday.
Ilov. Heovo Hobblo passed up to his
farm at Lake Van lust week from his
home lu Newark, N. J.
Frank Joyco returned Sunday from,
Nnshvllle, Tenu., where his oyoe wero
treated quite successfully.
S. 1. Huberts returned last night
from Lns Vegas, huving spent live
days lu Hoswoll waiting for u train.
Mr. II. C. McCarther, an old ifilnor
and milium oulst. came In last weok
and la looking over the mineral signs
of the country adjacout to this valley.
I'uthor Duuoluto, u missionary prloat
is oxpeoled to arrive from Lincoln
county today to give u mission in Spun
hit und Fieticb to those of our people
who do not tiiidurstuui' Kligllsh.
Dr. MoLenuthun, of Hrooklyn, N. Y
brother of C. II. MuLomtlhoii, outuu in
Saturday Just lu time to eeu how llttlo
discretion is observed when it ruins In
the I'eoos valloy. Tho doator will re
main until ho oan gut out, If not
Auir. H. Altuuld. who went to Mai
uira Monday on u bicycle returned
Thitreday by tho railroad, llostutes
that the whole of thu town of Mulaga
wns under wutor about u foot for
Iblrty-ilx hours. Ho walked und rodo
Ids bicycle by turns coming back.
J. O. Cumurutt mid Klmoro froomun
were out litttitliig on the plains Mon
day when the storm oniuo uu, nud
sought shelter In nil old sltack, where
Lhov snent thu night Monday night-
Tbutiuli well urovlded with bltiukuta
nud slickers, they do not euro to oxpu
rieuce unother stioli a hunt.
The uomtneoe of the dimoernoy of
Kddy county nrottoee to make a uveiy
04tiipiign from now on to election day.
MeaUutra will be held at Sereit Itlvers
and Hope Monday hhiI Tnostluy tilghta
mid at oUmt nolntc later ou. TMre is
no doubt of about 900 majority for
1'ergtUMKin in Uim eottnty.
ileitwinber tilts ofllee doee Job print
tag at tlte loweet elty ratot.
Kat'Nir lit Hi CMhiml(jH.
Id Ik IICMtCHWlMll, lllO tlHWfH-
uers 1tt it lltegxettMitof eduMtort, in
uaUag IU lb rourg of the IiiiiJ tltb
brHuir way t view ih pelUiesI qeiitl
m of lb day. The lUpHbile, of fit.
ImU, U wlttoat h iltmlit Ilia nblMl lastru
tot ittiblMied on the difltaraila .
MitwXMlalM liittliiiod fy Mas y
tMlliurlrti or Isnrritd Brtleal my (k'
uf .im pMttlw sboahl iil far the Domw
ttAla I'rtMldatllMI MUUtuais. Ml buuiii-
pn, ii utlnu sll te ww nud delsg u(
Uotti iitrtt4 aiMl nil tlm spene
uiMHUlt. The Hpblt II only ft
n j sr i.W) for 3 meutki, r 06 mhU a
inuollt by mall, Bum I TTtly (tepabtle
But not moro so lioro thnn it is
in othor localities. Wo havo
been fortunate in having money
enough to pay ......
Our prices are in accordance with the times, and A DOLLAR
Ml 1. i J.1 . 1 i.1... ii.
will go muuji iui'Liiur m our Biuru niiui it
' ever would boforo.
Come and See the Pretty Fall Styles ,
In every line prettier and cheaper than
take our word
Has tho Largesi? Spoil!
Men's Boots and Shoe!,
When you cannot find them elsewhere at less than $1,25, corao
to Hayman and got Children's Shoes at 75c.
Best $5.00 Ladies' Shoes at $1.00. .
Gent's Calf Boots, cannot bo , bought .elsewhere on earth at
less than $0.00, going at $2.00. k ' ' '
AT. U1IWAIIIIS lUTIIOt.HI ClltlllCII.
Mnsniml sermon aumluya Piano. m
Mniioa weeit ttsys...., m'
IlumiAK KRMi'Kiiii, l'nitnr.
M. i:. CIIUUOII, SOUTH.
.sunilny hflheol ipo.m.
Kpwortlil.eoguu J nt.
Prettshinit 2 r
:ouu People's tneetliiK egQp. m.
W. lI.Sl.AVOIITall, IHipt. 8. s
(In Firemen's Hall.)
PreaeliyiK Stilt ami lib Uundays. at 11
w. ami 7lp. w. R- IlHASTi-f , 1'aitur.
ItllAf'K C'llIMU'II IKriMUI-Al.I
11 n, m. mm 7g p. iii.
1. 0. O, V. Himr ijiiiobso. SI.
V. W. UHI.N, ?. U.
I U. IMllTOIlBWK.Macy.
I I'litu iiHi'.iuraiiiNr.
treniurer V. U MaBwaii.
-.pretary K. Xiaitay.
IIHK ii no. I,
MUilday servjets at
Hnaflfip calinul Bt UOM 0. III.
IS i SCARCE
For our purchases in buying our
fall and winter stock, and wont to
market with tho cash in hand.
SCARCE IN NEW YORK.
Wo took advantage of this fact and have
bought tho CHEAPEST if not tho largost
stock wo havo ever brought to tho Valloy.
These goods are arriving every day, and
our large and roomy store building is now
FULL TO THE DOORS with everything
that goes to make up a well-selected
C3rO O ZDS? aStc.
tor it. Dome ana see
Joyce, Pruit & Co.
Trcssuror Frank Mctllcnry.
Sccrulnry J no. F. lluitls.
Hom: vo. no, li.
Forctnnn .0. W. (Ireeno Jr.
Alitnnt Furoninii Moitroo Kerr
Spcreuirv ...1. O.JBnncliojs
Trtmitirer Krnest Ihtuouib
Open from VXQ u. in. to il;00 p. ut.
. . .S.-00 ii.
in. to Q p. in.
Money oruur iittg'r.Hiw t. in. to oivu p. in.
am i luuiii oiustM "i i-
ilai north oIoim 16 p-ia.
Mnd froinseuiuarrlvM at latt p. hi.
Moil from north nrr ves nt 88 p. in.
V. ll.Sl.AUOIITIIII. 1. M.
Ifclily LoiIkq No. 81, A, V. .t A. M..nieeU
In rsn'iilar eetiiiiiunlpatlon. nt Tttw p. in.,
SftUiKlAy, an niitl after uni full mou
vmiieK waiwnw ibtiww w uiMWHt.
B. JTTtoiiwrrs, W. M.
K. Of V. HPlV UtIHtH NO. 81.
MU overy Thurgtlay nt 70 o'oioek.
AO vtwlers are welsflnie.
II. 1. Porrnit.O. 0.
ftiOKIWH Kiihii, K. It. & S.
Il.arrt lHil. final I'roof .VntlM fur I'll i
Ht.BiUr e. ubi
K. il . m galttnlar. J Slut toy ol
. S BIUID 1' . . llirVHi L'frlHK
9jniM' felUnla wHiiwi to wot Uta
ItTkta IrtigtUMi hihI nKitmtMkUM al siM
f4 R. VtHMM, KslUr
SPOT 6 ASH
evor boforo. Don't
Hornl for ontslognonDi! prloe Hit, also
fiult ifrowers gulilei f res of ohnrgo, Pro
pnrtrt .speolatlr for nn Irrigated ooimlry,
A geuernl vftrltity of ous hnuJred hud
tw.iity-ltm tliouinud ire of IKS liMt
knowu tfltltltn la stock. Loo n ton Uir.s
nud ona Itnlt mlln tiorthrnit of Ilo.w.ll,
Addre, 1'eoo Vnlty hurtery, Iloswslt,
far lluni.lt Uojt,
Tho Humost Chrlatlnn, wcokly, CO
cutiUi u year, Denver, Colorado, Is do
voted to tho lip-building of llrlghlsldo,
u great Industrial training school for
homeless und negloctod boys. There
aro 00,000 hoy tramps In tho United
Slates and llrlghtsldo Is tho only school
offering them u homo, education and
manual training. Will you help?
Tit peep l f Hddy county should
plant to ponoliM exteiuliely, ns tu.y
oomolnto bMrlng enily nud nttd no
pctllBB or sllelnglo vnpornte nnd sll
nc-ll la tho niRfkoU. You irlll reoeltrs
well grown neollmsted trots at rensonsuts
price of Jolmion I)ro. Addr, I'ipo
Vnllsy Nanory, Hoiwetl, N. M,
Draylng dono cheap by (t. Y, Mc
lilies, olty transfer.
onlv a i o.oo
Tho To xb k l'jolflo lUllwsy Ooropsny
will this year faroUh tortgalsry ordnlnd
olorgytneu, duly eredltol tuUiloaorirlM
or otli.r oUly sngsged lu mlnUterlal
clullt. on. ttiuuisnd wile tlokta o5"d
on nU iterlloni of that system.
Aiipllontlot' for tltMk tloktts hould
bBlHStlelptli. oesreit tloketBgent of ihs
Tbim 1 JL'rtalllu lUlleny, or nddr.ii,
(lon'l 1sm. Tkt. Agn,
l)nt), To is,