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Concho -News Items.
'Mrs. Mate as M on toy a and Mr.
jCatalinoM. Berot'eran who died
On account of illness of the'at. a sheeP ranch ncar Conch
reporter last week Concho's bud- The latteis death was caused by
get of news covers two weeks ever drinking b lorida water to
therefore if some of the news quench the thirst tor winskey m
items are old just enjoy them sickness. ' MA.B-P.
anyway it's nice to remember j T "
the happening and events bv j FouRciNDead.
reading them in the latest! ,v i i fi-
Word reached here tins
rn nsrc i
' . jweek that a dead man was
' A very EHjoyable social occa-; .. , . v i it
. found in an abandoned house
siun was giyeu at uue -jra&terson : . ,, .....
home on the 26th Inst. Misses 111 the bfin Antonio vicinity,
Pearl' and Jemima P&tiersan ' this week. The man, who
were the hostesses at the party v was a Mexican from the re
which was given to show their
appreciation of the many hospi
talities and kindnesses extended
to them while they sojourned in
Concho this winter
public on the souths having
been quite a while. in employ
of different peri-ons, as a
sheephei dcr, evidently wand-
; A large crowd was in attend-; ered into tins emp.y house
ance and every one participated
in the evening's pleasure. Many
fi-ames were played and music
was one feature of the evening.
When the guest had about ex
hausted their funds of games and
frolic, and jollity they were re
freshed by the g-enial hostesses in
a candy and nut shower after
which they bade goodnight and
plodded homeward thru' a driz
zling rain at a late hour of the
night.howevi-r every one declared
the evening's pleasure well worth 1
i uiivii l ill t v. l r w 1 1 ii:t: i .
children went to Iiolbrook Fn - o c. ,.r-- ,.,ir: i.Vl7r-,.
ctar enrontslo Mfisa. whpm Mv o
Patterson will take 'up farming
again. He ' has traded some
property in Oklahoma for a farm
in Mesa and Trill piant a larye
during the 'cold and snwwy
time of two weeks ago. and
from exposure died there
alone. He was last seen
''wejl tanked up" with some
thing which inebriates and
then afterwards found dead
in the oM house. The name
f the man was' n"t learned.
Our information i that a post
mortem examination was held
and the facts a stated abov-e
were br tight out .
Ft. Defiance, Arizona.
Mar. 3, 1013.
SuptPaoiiet te went, to Gal-
areage to Cantaloupes and cotton lup Wednesday, ret urning
1., t : . . jr " . .1 ....
the latter beinyf one of his best
crops when living in Oklahoma.
Mr. Patterson has received sev
eral letteis recently from prom
inent men in Salt River Valley
asking: him to return and under-
, . si.ow st.: m :iiid ha d some
boat vauey as tney ars anxious
to have such men of experience:
Dr. Klloit, of Chin Lee,
brought in a pa ie.nt Wednes
day fu r operation. They
made, t lie trip in a terrific
Cultivate the soil along these
lines, believing that ere long
''Cotton will be King," in the
Salt River Valley.
Mrs. Patterson and baby Paul
ine will return to Mesa at tiie
clse of her school.
. Mr. and Mrs. Pedro B. Oandel
aria are the proud parents of a
new. baby boy born on the 28th
inst. Mother and babe doing
Mrs. Laurette Kempe, Mr.
Otto Kempe and Miss Naomi
Marble were business visitors in
bt. Johns Saturday and Sunday.
A yery unique social was eriven
one evening this week bjr Miss
Mallie Riggs, who will soon
leave to visit with her sister
Mrs. Adeline Dana, at Mesa,
Concho records two deaths this
week. The infant child, of Mr
difficulty in finding and keep
ing the road.
Mr. .J. Wood side and fami
ly left Saturday for Oklaho
ma.. Mr. W''od-ido wa s
agency ca-pent er here sine"
October but on account cf
his heaith, he had in leave
this h i g h altirude. Mr.
Woodside was a splendidVm
plovee and. lie and his family
will be greatlv missed.
Rev. Hennerikus .from
Ga.nado, came to the Fort
Saturday, bringing Miss Bur
ton with him.- Mis Burton
teaches a day school ar Corn
fields. On account of the
severe weather, she has her
vacation now. We are glad
she is spending' her vacation
The new fin carnal clerk for
0 i 1 Ti T
i s hi
Acquires title to the $m-
urn ' - u l
a i 0 i u n
mum i on
U; . LIS IU
FEN S. HiLDRETH,
Suite 2!0 Phoenix National Bank Buzldih?
All.wpmen, who suffer from the aches and pains, due
to female ailrmmts, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable,
scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly,
yet gentry, and without bad effects, on the womanly system,
reiievins pain, building up strength, regulating the system,
and toning up the nerves. During the past half century,
thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative
results they obtained, from the use of this well-known medieine.
Jlk 0 0 1 WomanVTonie
Mrs. Jan Callehan suffered 1 from womanly trouble far
nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she'
says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My
stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back
ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they
did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now
I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise
Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women.
Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn.,
for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 53
the office, M'iss Taylor, from this town 'atelv en ofHci;!
hTolion, Kaiis came Saturday business. - '
She came in on the ma;l auto r
and on account, of the bad Jtsse E Stanfield is 'Said
niads and break down, did 'V i"ew!,at with a had
not gui in till late Saturdav a "n afflicted after 5:'l!.-
('.B.v lH'v Jh's aftiiction. but.
a lie is Mble to ( t ;ii).Mit lio"W
Deputy s'lierif?' J'um Pa- aga'in- .wit
dilla ol ('fncho w as ovlm to much.''