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THURSDAY, MAY 10. 1906. PAGE THREE. ' THE OVERSTREET CLARKSON EPISODE ay of R Former Gives His Reasons For Assaulting Cros venor ClarKson. Wo will give no more Options on Lots in the UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS ADDITION without Payment of a Deposit ASSAULT OCURRtD AT RUiWLLL. Mft&r 13 tb may A f ".v days ago The F.'.eaing Ciri- zen published a brief notice, relative , to t!i.' assault of William Overstreet upon Governor Clarkson at Roswell, ! the attack being aggravated, says i Overstreet, by alleged persecutions of! him from Clarkson. The Roswell . Record, ia its article ou the assault, lias the following to say: ', Grosvenor Clarkson. special ageut of tho interior department, who has been here fjr some time makiug investiga- i lions as to alleged land hauls was at tacked Saturday night at 10 o'clock on I Main street by William Overstreet I who knocked him down and struck him In the face several tinier. Clark eon was stunned and did not have a chance to offer any resistance. Charley Albert puiled Cherstreet off Clark-j aon. The most serious damage to i Clarkson was a black eye. Overstreet went, before Judge Bailey Saturday night and pleaded guilty to fighting and w as assessed the usual fine. The j trouble grew out of the iudictmeutj brought by the (jctober grand jury. Overstreet was indicted at this time i through investigations niad-i by Clark son as to alleged crookedness in tiling j on laua. me muictuienc asatusu-n er btreet was abated at a Jury trial ut the last ter mof the United States com, at which time fourteen other indict ments against the Tallmadges aud others were abated. Overstreet was seen by a Record reporter and told hi side of the story. He said that Clarkson before and after the indict ment had been abated, talked about him in an uncomplimentary manner and poked fun at him for being ar rested and indicted. He claimed that Clarkson's manner to him was not well relished aud that he started to talk the matter over with Clarkson an daslted him why he had been talk ing about him. He claimed that Clark son walked back and looked at him i nan insulting manner and said, '-Who are you? What are you going to do about ?" or words to that effect and that the then struck Clarkcn in the face. E. L. Medler, assistant! United at torney said that the United States provides a special statute to protect United States oillcials from assaults an dthat Overstreet would be prose cuted. Clarkson wears glasses and it is claimed that it is a penitentiary offense to strike a man with classes on. Overstreet claims that Clarkson removed the glasses before he struck him. The witnesses in the case were summoned before the United States grand jury and later it was decided to drop further prosecution again Over street. Mr. Clarkson left for the east the next morning and will later return to resume his investigations as to the . alleged land frauds. For some time there has been existing ill feeling be tween the defendants in the laud fraud cases and the United States spe cial agents who made investigations and brought the charges. It was claim ed that United States Marshal Foraker an dhis deputies were unduly friendly to tho Tallmadges and this talk led to hard feelings between the marshals and the special agents. Special Agent Dezendorf attempted to take a kodak snap shot of severela deputies talking to 15. H. Tallmadge. Dezendorf was prevented from taking the picture and ii. H. Tallmadge told him that if he ever caught him photographing him again it would result disastrously for Dezendorf. The marshals in the mat ter were equally as angry at the spe cial agent and ill feeling "in the matter still exists. Mr. Clarkson's Statement. "So far as Overstreet is concerned I understand that lte has plead guilty in the police court, and I have no comment to make on his attack upon me. 'However, I would like to nay that If 1 continue in the government ser vice in Roswell no incident or score of incidents like the preseut. one will deter me from following up any land fraud cases brought to my notice as falling under the United Slates stat utes, so long as I am on my feet." "G. B. CLARKSON." HAS LITTLE FAITH IN LOCO WtED THEORY A STOCKMAN SAYS THE BLE IS DUE TO TICKS. TRCU. "All this talk about the loco weed killing so manv saddle horses in this county cluiir.g the past two months is nothing short of a farce," said Geo. Merwin, the Walnut Urove btockmau and rancher, to a I'rescott Journal Miner reporter. "it Is the ticks in the animal's ear-," he said, "that causes the trouble. 1 believed this loco story until I found out from my own observations that. I was wrong. Some years tlie parasites are worse than In others. Many years ago while in Texas I noticed that at times the ticks were so bad that the foxes and rabbits would die from their ravages. "The cure is a very simple one," he continued. "Whenever I noticed my .toe It getting thin and bhaking their ear and he;ui. I tie the ln-ad of the afiicted animal, aud pour lard or oil ia its ear. This appears to loosen the hil,l of the insect, and the beants eas ily get rid of the pest by simply shak ing the head. Even the dogs ami tats are attach ed, and whenever I notice a dog or cat shaking its ears 1 always subject it to similar treatment as that giving sheep and cattle, invariably meeting wl; h good re.v.f.'s." "There may be something in the low story, but I cannot believe it. I have treated a large number of my cattle and horse in the way 1 sugge.-t and although the ticks are very bad t r. : seu.-ou 1 !iae not lost u cjui. Postmaster Robbed. W. Foil's, jinstmaster at Hivor- G. ton. I.i . nearly l"st hi.5 lite and was ( ...,! .. nil comfort. actr!ing to i.i ... .. i.i..i. - ivs- -v r "it vears lll I'M! i, .ii,. u j-...'- - j I had eliron:'- !iv r complaint, which I'd : suci. a severe case of jaun.l'.ee hat .Veli :ny linger uai.S l uii'u j m ...ii tiiv d.ietor i reM-ribr-d F.l' low; ' rie iia , ur. B;"eis; ' wh'.ch cured m and kept me Well nr tl'-l"' I eleven ye.trs. ess. Neurif.gia - eure for Bilioui.n Weak in and ail Stomach, I.iver. dernngt-iuents. A Ki'lllev and Bladder won. erf "u cents. c. At all drug stores. PRiCS OF FBFTY F IWBBSBsHMEiKMSHBMsjBHHeB3BjiMBH5IiHi $25, $30, $35. $40. $45, $50, $55, $60,' $65, $70, $75, $80. $85, $90, $95, - , Call at our office for Illustrated Booklet, Free automobile ) ride to the property UNIVERSITY H. B. FERQUSSON, OFFICE: I 9 Home-Made Fudge Better than you can buy at the store better than you ever made before with a rich creamy taste that's simply delicious. Made with Carnation Cream (Sterilized) Pure milk and cream evaporated and sterilised. All we took from the rich fresh milk horn contented cows was waer. You can replace it yourself. Richest in butter-bit. Carnation Fudge Twn i:ws siiirar. !: nkt. or g oM Oi...iti ( mswetwiMl, bimtr f.re "i .in pyi;, i . nt liilf-.tn nf Cun.iti Crram. Put .ill ia a ..- pin .mil .tII.mv tn t. il f.ir nuiint-s. ir until it turn's a .(tlill m -..M i,it.T. W lien . iL.-il. .i. i tal.ic iHMntil nf ..mill i .ui'i .tit uotil tl.l k 1 Iii-h iur lata but UreJ Uii'. .iu.l allow lu Cut 111 fcl..ui'.. TRVSTS BOOKS OPFNED GREAT VICTORY FOR THE GOV ERNMENT TO BE FOLLOWED "BY PROSECUTION OF RAIL ROADS FOR REBATING. Special Corrispondonce: Washington. D. C, May 10. Pros'-! dent Roosevelt believes that a great! advantage Is to be given to the gov-1 ernm nt In its war against criminal trusts by the recent decision of the L'nitrd States supreme court in the so-called tobacco trust case. A careful reading of the full de cision, says Attorney General Moody, snows that its results will be to open the liooka of every corporation en gaged in interstate commerce to gov ernment inspection, thus making It iwssibie to reach the ferret doings of great corporations which -work in the dark. In the past this has been the great obstacle to successful pros ecutions. The business of the con cern would be done la Indirect and subterranean ways, and the books were always regarded as strictly pri vate. Any demand to Inspect them has been considered an invasion, ot personal liberty and a trespass on private property. But the supreme court siys otherwise, It Is now discovered tnat the de- and papers of any corporation doing an interstate business. And such evidence may be used to support criminal proceedings. There is no ((tiestion of immunity. The effect of this dtermination of tbt law, it is believed, will bo tre mendous. In fact, Attorney General Moody 1k s not hesitate to say that the decision is one of the m fit im portant and sweeping ever made by tin I'nited States supreme court. It would not now cause stirpirse to the department of justice if the de- fendants in the paper trust cases The Safe and COOP beer helps dikes. It aids ti.e (1 uU-eh"! in gtil lt i i.' '..-a ffJX.y '.V.elUT-.met:. he t I rW lv ami r.if.irall'. . A i t f -j 7 in t:...:..: They ' -. -'y & A Shi t-. L S-L1 t. -te:.-. ..ill. :.w 1 i ?MILWAL'KEy VAL BLATT I STERN. SCHLOSS 4 CO.. Wholesale The water company will begin this week to lay a main along Railroad avenue and to certain lots where some beautiful homes are to be built President South Second Street should come forward and offer to sur render unconditionally. One of the most Important results of tie victory of the government in i the tolacco trust case w ill be the Institution of many new prosecutlonr? j against the railways for violating the : Elklns anti-rebate law. I It Is strange,- but it. Is true, that for a Ions time the railroad officials hail the government "bluffed'' on the i subject of rebate giving. It was main , tained strenuously by all sorts of railway men, and even by senators aud officials of the government, that I the practice of giving rebates had been discontinued. , The latter have had their eye j opened recently. It Is now known for ; a -ertainty that millions of dollars are given every month, la rebates. The a'torney general Is going after ' these cases, and he promises that i there will be something doing for the .crooked railway officials from now on. American League. At Uostou n. H. I Hohton G 12 3 I I'hiladelphia . 9 12 3 Graham ; r. it. n. .244 .092 Sullivan; Batteries -- Young and 1 lank and Powers. At Chicago Chicago Si. IuU Batteries Altrock and Jaeobson and Ppencer. At Cleveland Cleveland-Detroit game on account of rain. postponed At New York' New York-Was!:ln?;on game poned on accoutit of rain. pjs- Western League. At Pueblo Pueblo Omaha lia'terles Morrison and McNecly and Bender. At Denver Denver Lin-'oln Batteries Morgan and Ruger, Jones and Rogers. K. 1i. . . . 7 1'j 12 . . 8 9 1 j Messltt ; R. U.K.! . . 9 12 1 .. C 9 2 WVigardt; ' National League. At Pt. Iuis St. Ijouis Chieago R. 1 H. E. 9 1 - ' 1 ' Batteries Druhot ter and Moran. I At Brooklyn v r . an,J Hau; l -cis Brooklyn-New Ycrk came post pout d on ""'count or rain. American Association l At L'.hcn I i t ,- 2 Indianapolis 1 ; At Minneapolis Minm apolls 1 Columbus 7 i At Milwaukee Milwaukeo 7 j Ij-wisville 3 At St. Paul !St. Paul ' 9 Tol-do 13 Bilious? Fee', h. avy af-e Tongue coated? Bitter t.is' 1 pioxion callow? liver n.",i llp Doan's Reg'i'.."s c'tr- 1 ' tacks. 2.'. cents at any d:uj i.iuuor? 1 (j)m waking ous at nre. 1 Helpful Beverage t.'ie t im:ii lie fien en; .e -A . COOlt Ik - r :.s v i t :.'. lSt.lTlt- vr.er iK-'.fttt'.'". 1 f r.. WIENER BEER ;rs. re it ppfwin: CD., .VJLWAUKEE Dealers. Teleohe-e A-itjr-atic, 177. HEIGHTS IMPROVERS' M. W. FLOTJRNOY, YACHTS TO RACE FROM FRISCO TO HONOLULU Trojan.y 8 ! Special Correspondence Honolulu, II. I., May yacht race across the 10. The Pacific first will start fr?ra San Francisco on May 19, j the finishing point being Honolulu. The race is to be sailed under the 'auspices of the Hawaiian Promotion committee, and a t"00 cup will be i nninftl Mi., m ltin..r Tlmm t.-iii alUA ii--- - .......... . v niu tfcl.-j 1)e ., raf,0 bapk t ( ,he (j0iden Gate ! for a $500 trophy, presented by the Caatornia Promotion committee The ! second v-ht 4. nrru-.. w will re- ctive a valuable tm;j'!iy and every starter will be given a miniature of the first prize cup. as a souvenir of one of the longest yacht races in his tory. Great inter .-t is being manifested in the event, ore of t!it entrants, the Anemone, coming from New York, while Canada has etrered the yacht Maple Leaf. The .--art erg are as fol lows; Nixie, owned by I'ul'en B. Berry, of San Pranciscn; Aitgie. I.urlini , Anemone. Iola, M.ijil" Leaf and l.u I'alom.i. Hawaii's re-.resentative. The Hon it a, cwm ! Ii v F. S. s,:ih- PUMPING FOR IRRIGA TION fori i AT ROSWELL. cf Colorado, peo;:,. of R.s- j' et l.s.son iii it water that J. W. Vail. feenis to li(. jjjvitlg well and vlcinry : eConumie;il jiutii ii !. will prove valuaUi He C31i'e here m $leo ier acre for land, a mile and : and had a well -l'J teet. ease.: eighth inch c'i.-'i -H" fnsta:! d a:. i;as.i,ini. en-mi- a Jackson ceii'ii'iu' l' irriga'ed !:: times Ust .,.it.-n:' time,, . , ;l t ,. gasolir.i - ' of m.,s'twut ,e He- pump r.ii a' ' r in-r niitrr r.'" gallons. Mr. Y.,ir- lie . e J ilr .,a u , .i":on by pmn; .. -n-w plants liti--land utside et' ': ' n.' r bav,. lnH ii nr ago. paid ' a-Ti s of dry west of t 'A ii. to a depth ut is and tive- -hors . No. 1 !'.' with v acre: p iw r By i on w i.ioh i four t if tt five of $!').;, i for 'hird 'he co.-t uir.fiuir plants. '1 gallons of t'ull cupaepv is s ;:n .-n a r l'erest j irrl. a tiumU'r t f iilac , i on dry '.an hi It and 1. ! lior irilii l'i, lu. i ":. 'rs rely on I railroaders, !a :iomas' Electric it of cuts, burns j u canuot slay Oil Takes I tie .- i.ruises at !. where it I n i . . ' s . m im Ml i ,V " I ii ' - : ' 1 ' ' I1, JWm nnnim-ltMwK sW..: " ; i, .. . S US'. 0.0 T LOTS 1 Vice-Pres. and Treas. In ft i v Ji - yij . son of Seattle; I.ady Ada, Mar'ha and Tranumtania, are all possible en trants. The presence of the Maple Leaf In the race will give the contest an In ternational aspect. . She is an auxil iary ketch, 70 feet over all, owned by Alexander McLaren cf the Royal Van couver Yacht. Club. Tlie race 1s expected to require about two weeks' time, and has a very open aspect, fr none of the yaehts have done any ocean racing before and their capabilities In this line is an unknown quantity. It Is expected that if this race goes off wi liout a hitch, there will be a similar c.n.tiat eacji year, or at least t-vrv two ears. suouiu me tauaaian l.oa! ' let)..- Sill'llli cci'm: ('!, h. re ' labor c,u l:i Series wtr b !'.'. iy the cup this year, a chal : jiu aa American yacht for a i(;iitest next year is almost to follow. he arrival cf ilie yaehtsnien ey will be entertained on an te scale. There will be a water I, a round of banquets, and a ; r ices round the islands, in he 1 cal yachts .will partlcl- VES1LLA VALLEY LAND OWNERS ELECT OFFICERS. ; ! .. i...i:d !' directors and the t ,;: -,. '! i:: - Xi-w Mexicj Water ('., : s' -o i.ition were in session -' r- ii lay. at I-is Cnu es. elert- 1'or tlie ensuing vear. The he result : -11. B. Holt. -i ieti'- lt. 1.. Ymiii vice Frenger. Mitchell. VlCi' II. incorporation v f the A1. .-tract computiy have 1 with t.ie -e retary cf Tliis is a new company ru lie N'e 1 i :i p ; s, of Henry I). Bow- K Bonham. Arthur I. '.iward C. Wade, all of tnd exixx is to do a gen blisile .-.v. b'.oitia ... Mar ;h Troubles. in an old and highly -;.! i:t or Faisonia, Miss., h .-'"iii'x h trouble for .- ii.i'iiths. Chamber i. :. and I.iver Tablets Sue .-ays: "I can now 1 want and am the :i..iu in tbe world to find : nie.i.e.iiie. "' For sale by Samples fr. 1 V. .1 - lll ' 1.1111 cure cut pro" sue:, a'l D. K. B. SELLERS, Secretary the Fwst National-Bank Building WHO OWNS SPRING? NOT ROCKEFELLER, NOT CARNEGIE, BUT ALL HUMANITY ! When you get, to feollnsf poor 'and wondring w by Jyhn D. and some more millionaires have so much -when it makis you hump to meet your taxes take a long walk. It Is Sunday and the sun is BhininfT. The sky Is blue and the soft air irwm the south is full of something that fairly caresses your lungs and makes you hungry. Put your shoulders back and draw lee;, full bmtths, and it von't hurt you ti thank God t'hat you have good legs, good lungs, and that you can apprivlato pure air, and the wonder ful sights that you can flee and en Joy as well as the richest in the coun try. There's a lawn dressed in the rich est green, and doited with dandelions. I Notice Hie tulip, scarlet as the lilusu 'of a girl, while, purple, variegated, every shade and combinati: n. You I cannot pick them, und wily should j yuo want to. They are in a beauti ful s iting of green and it would ! almost desecration to touch ihem. i And there are magnolia trt i s in full bloom, fiagritit as tube r -s.-s and , In ant i t ul beyond compare. T.ie young maples are jufing on their summer, coa's, and from brown be nastur tiums are peeping. You pass tlie great chui.'i at the corner. You hear the go I music. It rolls and swells and I a":nonizes with the sun and sky and b'- i ze. ana you can't help expanding and feel ing cleaner and In iter. There the th side street with the little homes. There are h a lrOds of window )xxes, bits of la.', a, d ep porches, hotie-t little gardens where the homely old flower ; flourish. From cpen windows come the notes PROMOTIONS IN SANTA , FE RAILWAY SERVICE. G. V. Fi-!ier. who his be -n cashier for the Sant.i, F railway at tb. do pot in Santa Fo for tho past eight months, and who has given good s.it- i.ifa-tion in tlie pesi'ion. has been ap pointed joint agent of the S.in"a Fe and of the S.in'a Fe Central at Ken-! nedy rtatioti and has left to a-ssunm' hiri new duties. This is a w-ell de-j served prom.tliiu. A. K. Freeland, who has )j-u clerk and i'rator of! the su'.toa at Saoa Fe for the jwist . ! A SPRING AM.KGOUY O $100 and up T CO. of a phonograph, or the sound of a woman' voice. She Is glad it la Bpringi and is slnjrlng her own ilapp ness. You leave the paved streets anl rrmo 'to country lanes .und simple homes. The yards aro full f lilac hushes and the grass feels- good to tired feet. Tho odors and noise of a great city fade away and tloo s out-of-doors cems to voice a message of peace. Birds, robins, bluebirds, orioles, blackbirds, martins and meadow larks are all singing tho "A wakening" anthem. The vines on the houses are bud ding and the homes look cozy and! warm and peaceful. And there are more flowers, and violets, by the roadside, while In the pat eh of woods you may gather pinks und o iler wild beauties. And n.s dusk gathers thev .."eeze glows heivy with the scent of tho country, and it Is fine. Yes. John 1). owns a go 1 part of the earth. Tho Actors have a mighty rent roll. Carnegie is all but en gulfed In money. liu; thu people, you and I. tha poor est and meanest of us, owns spring. We h ive the appreciation. We have not been surfeited with urri.'ical flings, and our respect and love for tho natural, growing gifts of na'ure, is keen and true. In these wonderful days of May, when every living thing is trying tu till the wonderful story of the r. sur-rt-tion, it Is gixid to rememlier that the most beautiful part of a wonderful world belongs to the jM-ople. If you don't believe It, take a walk ou Sunday morning, when the sun shines. two years, anl who has given v. ry satisfactory and efficient service, has been promoted to the ealiierhip. and took char go of the duties lerday. It has not lt i n announcd whi will till th- place made vacant by Mr. Yreeland's promotion, but Agent l.utz expats an early apiolut ment, us the force of the office will be too .mall to perform tlie duties of the office etllcienlly and iiromptly. Subscribe for The C the news. '.Izeti and get l