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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, March. 10, 1910. ,o of th n I An e Great Southwest lodays news Don't Fail to See the Regal Buzz Saw Cut up ISO ! SUPREME COURT nprr en OF ARIZONA MEETS IVUI1UL UU Ml 1 v -a " ; Regal Shoes In Our Window Friday, March 1.1, 2 to 3 p. nx. LERNER Shoe Company NACO PERSONALS. Xaco, Ariz., March 10. Mrs. Newell and children are visiting "Mrs. John Hughes, of Bisbee. Justice J. M. Hall officiated at the wedding of AlepanCtro Torres and Guadalupe Romor, of Naco, Sonora. James Finch, a mining man whose headquarters are at Iouglas, returned from Cananea. ! ,- Globe Mills Graham Flour, also Whole "Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls. Nuff Sed. Try a sack. At all grocers. The greatest tenor the world has l W ever heard.. Every one knows that. Critics say so; music lovers say so; the public says so; his salary says so he is today the highest paid artist on the grand opera stage. Every one who has a Vjctor knows how true-to-life are Caruso's Victor Records. You also. can know, for any I Victor dealer willgladly play Caruso records for you. Ask specially to hear his "Forza de! Destino" solo (88207), and "Vesti la giubba" from Pagli acci (88061). New Victor Records are on sale at all dealers on the 2Sth of each month. Victor Talking Machine Co. Camden, N. J. To get best results, nse only Victor Needles on Victor Records w. 0. PIONEER MUSIC HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1881 SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AND JOBBERS Victor Talking Machines and Eecords Edison Phonographs and Eecords Goods Sold on Easy Payments. Catalogs and Price Lists Furnished on Application SPOILED A GOOD MEAL WITH A BAD STOMACH MI-o-hh Stomach Tablets Will Turn s. Bad Storaack iato a Good One In 5 Minutes. Why will people so on suffering from indigestion and topsy turvy stomach, when Mi-o-na is guaranteed to cure or money back. Ask Kelly & Pollard. If a physician, a specialist ip stom ach diseases come to you and said: T11 fix up that mlsearble worn out stomach for you or monej' back." I'll make it as good as new, so that you won't suffer from any distress and can eat what j-ou want without fear of suffering, or money back. I'll cure you of Indigestion or money hack," would you turn down his offer? And when you are offered Mi-o-na Aiomach tablets made from a prescrip Is Thrown From a Heavily Loaded Wagon and Is Crushed to Death. Xogales., Ariz.. March 10. The little 9yearold son of Manuel Rascon, a Mexi can living- at Tubac, this county, was knocked from a loaded freight wagon and instantly killed near Nogales. The father was walking and the child was driving, when the team lurched forward, knocking the boy on the ground. He was run over by one of the rear wheels, which crushed his skull and broke his back. WANTS HIS MAIL SENT TO ST. PETER Gleason Man Committed to Asylum Young Men Charged 'With Burg- laiy. Tombstone. Ariz.. March 10. Juan Villa, a Mexican from Gleason, was or dered committed to the asylum, in Phoe nix by the lunacy commission. He is laboring under the hallucination that spirits are after him and that after he has been examined by the doctors he will be killed. He writes to his friends to send his mail in care of St. Peter. "He tries to get hold of a sixshooter to, pro tect himself from those spirits and im agines that everyone who -comes near him Is trying to stick daggers in his back as well as trying to poison him by dropping morphine into his food and on top of his head. Three prisoners .were brought here from Benson and lodged in the county jail . charged with burglary. It is al leged by tli authorities that they broke into a car of a freight train between Benson and Mescal and when discovered by a brakeman named Davis, who tried to get them out of the car on which the seal had been broken, they drove him out at the point of a sixshooter. Tbey are all young men about 21 years old. k'.0i WZ fSf F ism 1 ,TS ik'iiL-.ihEgcPrwrei tion better than 90 percent of the stom ach specialists know how to write, are you going to be narrow minded and continue to suffer from indigestion, or are you going to be fair to yourself and try Mio-na on the money back 'agree ment? Ask Kelly & Pollard. ' 2dl-o-na stomach tablets will put your stomach in such fine shape that all danger of dizziness, biliousness, nerv ousness, sick headache and stomach distress will vanish. And just think of the small price for Tvhich Mi-o-na stomach tablets are sold; only 50 cents for a large box at druggists everywhere and at Kelly & Pollard's, who guarantee them. Mail orders filled, charges prepaid by Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo, X. Y. j Large Number of Cases to Go Up From Cochise County Courts. Tombstone. Ariz., March 9 The su ipreme court of the territory will con vene in Phoenix on the 20th insT.. and will on the 26th render the decisions in the numerous cases that were submitted to that bodv during the January ses sion. All of the judges are at the pres ent time at work on the cases and writ ing decisions. The following cases from Cochise county will be acted upon: Territory of Arizona vs. Frank Schmidt, convicted of running a gam bling house. Territory of Arizona vs. S' J. Wil- liams, convacted or passimr worthless 1 -.l- . enecK. ' -r. t, . -m- John Conchm vs. E. P. & S. Yv. Rv. UO.. damages- P. B. Warnekros vs. Then. P. Cowan, quiet title mining property Courtland district. August Baron vs. Douglas Gray, deTt. Oadona de Cobre Mining company vs. E. E. Hughes, et al. to Get sale of stock. W- S. Tevis, et al, appellants, vs. Jeff Ryan, et al, appelles, quiet title to min ing property Gleeson. T. B. Brandt, appellant,, vs. M. D. Scribner, appellee, to quiet title property in Tombstone. Territory of Arizona vs. Copper Queen Mdnimj company, back taxes. Santiago Anisa. administrator. vs. the Xew Mexico & Arizona railroad, quiet title. J. C. Ivrigbaum vs. C. W. Hicks, va lidity of Bisbee school bonds. George B. Willcox vs. Cochise county, regarding fees district court. William A. Paine, et al. vs. Copper Belle Mining company, debt. SOUTHWESTERN" PUTS TRACK FORCE OX AT OROGRAM)E. Resident of Nevrman "Want Schoolhouse Built, as It Tx 30 Mile to Orogrrande. Orogrrande. X. ML. March 10. A force Of 150 Italian workmen has been put to work on the track of the E. P. & S. r. near Orcrande. It is under s'ocf li t.- track is to be raised and bal lasted, and put in strictly first class condition. J. S. Dorsey, of the Kansas City stock yards, has btit in this locality the past few days buying- cattle from the Lee a.id other ran; hot i.i the valley. The Semiweekly Social club met at the home of Mr. and Mr. Downs. An interesting debate was held at the Brice school, between the advanced stu dents. The question, "Resolved, that Washington and Lincoln did not have a greater Influence for good than Low el and Longfellow," was won by the affirmative. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Downs have been enjoying a visit from Leslie Reed, of El Paso. J. Denny and Allen Culver went to Newman today to look 'into the matter of establishing a public school at that place. Newman is in this school dis trict but the parents contend that 30 miles Is too far for the children to walk f to the Orogrande schools so are ask ing to have a home school established. Little Helen Hartley was recenty at tacked, bitten and very frightened by a large dog. Fortunately, the wounds were of but a slight nature and she soon recovered. There is an agitation of having a "dog day" in Orogrande. GLOBE MOTHER CHARGES I SOX WITH LARCE.VY. Two 33 Year Old Boys of Globe. Arlx Secure SixKhootcr and Then Start On Tramp. Globe. Ariz.. Marcli 10. Two lSyear- 1 tia Doys, layior Jianny ana ua.n Hav erly, have been charged with petty lar ceny by Mrs. H. Manny, mother of one of the youngsters. According to Mrs. Manny, the boys entered her home and took possession of a sixshooter. after which they an nounced that they were starting for Boose-elt. Deputy sheriff Shute is now looking for them. MONTEREY XEWS XOTES AXD PERSONAL MENTION. Monterey, X. M.. March 10. Jeff. San ders came up from Alamogordo and later left for Bent. George and Jack Messer passed through here from Alamogordo lntely on their way to the San Andreas, where they have a contract to put in a tunnel In one of th'e mines. Mr. and Mrs. Lumbley have returned from Alamogordo. Mrs. May Wharton visited relatives in Monterey recently. M. Rivers is putting in a grocery and hardware store at the Biscoe place. D. H. Hism has returned from Alamo gordo. Harris & Sanders have the contract to haul the mahcinery to Bent copper mines. i t Al. Grey has returned from Alamo gordo. ..-- Miss Ruby Davenport has resigned her position with the Alamo Telephone company. TV'. L. Tipton has gone to El Paso to visit with his family. L. E. Lumbley has received the pipe for his irrigation plant that is to be put in at Lamltas. W. H. Bourne has returned from Car rtzozo for a few days' visit with "his parents. The infant of Ely Knight is reported seriously ill. Father Migoers hag returned from Alamogordo. H. J. McClements expects to put in a furniture store here In the next few days. J. E. Anderson will have charge of the store. ROSWELL MEN ORGANIZE PIN AND FEATHER CLUB. Roswell, N. M., March 10. The or ganization of one of the most exclu sive and wealthiest sporting clubs In New Mexico has been perfected and the application for articles of incor poration in the sum of S10.000 has been sent to Santa Fe. The new organization will be known as the Fin and Feather club, and it has acquired the Dimmitt Bottomless lakes, 15 miles southeast of Roswell, the lake containing 40 acres and a tract of land of 40 acres. A club house on th'e ground costing $1800 has been completed and the lake thorough ly stocked -with fish. Already there are two steel rowboats on the lake and a gasoline launch with a capacity of 10 passengers. Tbe officers are II. P- Saunders, presi dent; attorney, John T. McClure, vice president: George B. Jewett, secretary and treasurer. PECOS VALLEY FARMERS ACTIVE First Crop of Alfalfa to Be Cut Soon Roundups Planned. Carlsbad. N. M.. March 10. With the usual "warm weather and a flow of wa ter in the canal activity among the farmers Is something extraordinary this earl- in the season. Already the alfalfa is making a good start and with an irrigation and the continued warm weather it will be only n short time -until the first crop of alfalfa will be ready tocut. Many of the farmers have installed concrete headgates which are everlasting in their nature and add ma terially to the appearance of the farm. Many of the cowmen who have been. spending the winter at home are pre- : j.,. ?.. t - .i. .1 c .1.. i ,, ,. ,. ., ,.,v. j utv K"- IUUIIUII15 UJ Lilt; CclLl.lt." 'UlllL.il have been sold and contracted to be de- ii.,.,-i .iin . -t en ...,. T.vnn T-Pwl-S PolBhratol life 131 13th . ., .... ... ... ... ..,, birthday annniversary. by entertaining J Tne Indians, a Doys club or ' which he Is a member. The afternoon was spent fighting the "whites" on the banks of the river, east of town. The club con sists of 10 members. F. E. Bryant, manager of the Boles Livestock company lost a valuable mare from blood poison. The animal was worth about $300 and is the mother of several of the finest colts in this sec tion of the valley. L. R. Ross, a farmer residing about five miles south of town has returned to his home after being confined at. the hospital for a few weeks. Judge., Samuel I. Roberts, clerk of the courr of the fifth judicial district of Xew Mexico, has returned to Roswell to resume his duties as clerk, after spend ing a week with his family iu this city. BURGLAR LOOTS RESIDENCE AT NOGALES. ARIZ. Nogales, Ariz.. March 10. Recently the house of Mr. Semler, the black smith, was entered and looted in the absence of the family. Everything of value that could be seen or found was I taken. This 4s the second time ,Mr. Semler has been robbed in the same manner. L. C. Day. who Avas Instantly killed I at the Copper Queen smelter recently. was well known in Nogales, and had been jailer for some time M- F. Perry was recently at ogales en route from San Francisco to La Col orada and Minas Prietas, of which he is superintendent. J. W. Walker, court stenographer from Tombstone, was in Nogales late ly, on his way to the state of Sinaloa for a several days trip. Mrs. Mary Parsons, from California, has been visiting the family of R. M. Parsons several days. ' Mrs. W. H. Walker has returned from Los Angeles, where she went some weeks ago for medical treatment. Mrs. B. M. Ashby ard little son, Rollo, have gone to Guaymas for a several weeks stay. A. Tracy Bird, jr., has returned to Tucson' to resume his. studies at the uni versity, after.a brief stay at home. NEW HOTEL AT ARTESIA IS BEING COMPLETED. Roswell, N. M.. March 10. R. E. Denning, who has been at Artesia in connection Avith the contract of his J tle primary election of next Aprils-Ill father in building the new hotel build- j expire Saturday, March 12. The pres ing for E. F. Hardwicke, the capitalist ent indications are that M:. Neale, the of this city and Artesia, Is In the city present mapor, and Dr. Edmundson on a business trip. He says the new wni be the candidates for mayor, the hotel, which- is constructed of brick, will have salesrooms for the Joyce Pruit company store and there will be 34 rpoms IS with bath. The build ing, erected at a co;t of $20,000, will be completed by April 15. The new hotel will be managed by J. M. Add- ington of Artesia. FORMER EL PASOAN IS INJURED AT ROSWELL. Roswell. X. M.. March 10. Jodie j Zumwalt. formerlv of El -Paso, who had i his left' ankle badly' crushed by a horse falling on him. is able to hobble around on crutches. Zumwalt is now engaged in the transfer business here. HOGS GIVE AWAV TO ALFALFA GROWING. Roswell, X. M.. March 1Q. The work of the drilling eight artesian wells on the Clifton Chisholm estate of 17S0 acres 11 miles southeast of Roswell has started. This ranch, which was formerly the largest hog ranch In the world, has been converted into alfalfa raising. This ranch employs about 60 men. REED AT ROSWELL. Roswell; X. M., March 10. District engineer W. M. Reed and t chief clerk W. H. Franklin, of the United States reclamation service, now stationed at El Paso, are in the city. Mr. Reed, who owns a home here, is at the pres ent time located at El Paso. 'fWhen I was a young girl," writes Mrs. Guy Simmons of Columbus, 0., ''1 contracted a bad cold when. I was just entering womanhood. From that time on I grew worse, and suffered untold pain. Soon, after my marriage, three years ago, my husband bought me a bottle of "faarduL I got better at once and now, after taking three bottles, I am entirely well. "We have recommended Cardui to our friends and will do so as long as we live. It is the best medicine in the world for relieving woman's ills." TIM I Such Actions Are About 60 Percent of the Total Other Suits. Tombstone. 'Ariz., March 10. Nu merous actions continue to be filed injj the district court, of which the divorce percentage still continues to be the j largest, being about 60 percent. Among the . cases filed recently are the fol lowing: John Handler has brought two ac tions for damages, one against Sam Fields and another against Mike Han- non, both of Lowell. In each instance , the complaint asks for damages In the i sum of $3050. Henry Holborn asks for a decree of divorce from Larina Holborn on the ground of desertion. The couple were married in Solomonville and the plain tin is at present a resident of Douglas It is stated. Lottie May Casey, of Bisbee. In a complaint filed, asked to be given a divorce from John J. Casey. The Arizona Mutual Savings and Loan association has brought suit against Cora Wortman et al to fore close a mortgage it has on property of the defendant in Brewery Gulch In Bisbee. Cora H. "Wildma-n vs. Perry Wildman I is. the title of another suit for divorce.! The complaint alleges desertion and nonsupport. j .Tcrcmia T.ncv 'v-i Trjinlr "R;i3fy its the title to an action brought by the plaintiff to foreclose a mortgage on certain mining property in the Dos Ca bezas district, given as security for a note of $300. Mary Barksdale, of Willcox, has brought suit against I. K. Barksdale for divorce. MINER INJURED . , ,J , JML&Y. I1USJE AitM Candidates for Qffice Must File Petitions by OctLlU-UclV . ! Bisbee. Ariz.. March 1(. E. Alcontar, j a. workman who was injured while working, was taken to the Copper Queen hospital. He I' expected to .re cover, but he may lose his right arm. The local fire department has called a meeting of its members in order to make some changes in the bylaws of the department. The amendments will ue mier presenieu 10 me city council for approval. The board of supervisors at Tomb stone has refused to grant the renewal of the license to some saloonis'ts of Lowell. The matter will be carried to the supreme court of the territory. The term for the filing of petitions for those who desire fo enter the race in first for the Democrats and the latter for the Republicans. DOUGLAS DELEGATION IS AFTER S. P- EXTENSION. Douglas, Ariz.. March 10. A delega tion, representing the Douglas chamber of commerce and mines and the busl- 1 ness Interests of this city, has gone to Tucson, where it will hold a conference with Epes Randolph, relative to the completion of the Southern Pacific rail- road from Forrest into Douglas. Those in tho- delegation are: W. P. Xair, Daniel A. O'Donovan, James Logie. Har ry Calisher. Charles Seaman, E. J. Huxtable. F. V. Doan, C. A. Taylor. C. R. Temple, B. A. Packard, Milburn Hobson, J. Levy. II. R. Kenyon, W. S, McLaughlin. A. D. Xanney. CENSUS ENUMERATORS FOR SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Xbgales, Ariz.! March 10. F. F. Stole, of Globe, census suDervIsor for Arizona, has announced the following nominations for census enumerators for Santa Cruz county: Charles L. Fowler. Xogales. district 113; Harry A. Smith. Xogales. district 114; O. H. Walker, Calabasas, district 115; C. F. Davis, Canille, district 115. PUT DOWN NEAR ROSWELL. Roswell X. M.. March 10. Will Johns I is in from the John Gist sheep ranch 42 miles, northwest, where a new well is being put down for Mr. Gist. The well Is down 250 feet and' the drillers expect to strike a fine flow at a depth of 600 jfeet. jjfe rno my will The first time you hear goodness. Hveryboay is hear the Edison Phonograph play an Amberol Record. 3 People who have heard Phonographs talked about, or who have heard.them at a distance on the street, or who have heard some other make of sound-reproducing machine, do not realize the remarkable goodness of the Edison Phonograph. This is partly due to the wonderful sapphire point which does not scratch or make any sound, and partly due to the wonderful Amberol Records which are so smooth and clear that they can reproduce thesfinest violin melody with all its natural sweetness. This is the same instrument which plays and sings those musical comedy songs which everybody whistles. TheEdisofi Phonograph does every thing and does it well. Is there any reason why you should not have one ? Edison Phonographs - -Edison Standard Itacords fl2.B0to$200 - - 35c There are Edison dealers everywhere. Go to the nearest and he3r the Edison Phonograph play both Edison Standard and Amberol Records. Get complete- catalogs from your dealer or National Phonograph Co., 75 Lakede Aveaae, Orasze, N. J. THE EDISON BUSINESS PHONOGRAPH saTes the, lime of BIWIaried sea sd increasea their letter-writias capacity. W. Q. WALZ COMPANY PIONEER MUSIC HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1881 SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AND JOBBERS Edison Phonographs, and Records Victor Talking Machines and Records Goods Sold on Easy Payments. Catalogs aad Price Lists Furnished on Application I FORT SUMNER RESIDENTS BANQUET UAriiAwsia. Mule' Drivers Have LauKh on Motorists Dry Farm Land May be Irrlgmted. .Fort Sumner, N. M.. March 10. Prom inent Fort Sumner cftizens banqueted a company of eastern capitalists and territorial officials that are here look: ing over the Pecos, valley irrigation situation. Territorial engineer ernon L-bui llvan land commissioner Robert Irvln, A -V.' Jones, of Las Vegas, who brought suit o stop the Urton Lake project; J. H. Hand, a wealthy land owner neai Ujg Vegas; H. T. Henderson, one of the leading irrigation construction engi neers of this . country: Mr- Van Bus kirk of the Colonial Trust company, of Chicago; Seth Brown, of the Chicago Rrnminpr: L. M. Disney of Chicago; attorney H. R. Parsons, and many oth ers were present. Lacol mule drivers are having sport at the expense of the auto drivers. One auto got stuck in the rlve.r here and -had to be pulled out; one had to take to the Sarita Fe 14 bent railroad bridge to get into town, and another only beat a -mule team 20 minutes in an eigh mile drive, while still . another lie I 1 "dead" 25 miles south of here as a re- sulf of an attempt to get through from Roswell. Local dry farmers are getting more or less excited over the prospect of-having flood waters for their claims from reservoirs along the river. Services will be held in the new church Sunday. CLAIM TO HAVE CAUGHT FISH . , WEIGHING IT POUNDS. Valentine. Tex., March 10. Dan and Jim Smith have returned from a fish Ingtrip to the Rio Grande, also a visit to the hot ,springs near Sierra Blanca. They state that one fish caught wag three 'feet long and weighed 17 pounds. Russell S. Brooks, who Is camping at the foot of Mt. Llvermore, was a recent Valentine visitor. D. Williams, from the Jackson & Harmoirranch. was In Valentine lately. Mr. and Mrs. George Evans, accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Courlng, spent a few days on the E. V. ranch lately. H. T. Ingle, who -runs the CandeJ aria stage line, wasin Valentine re cently. L. D. Louthian was in Valentine lately. W. M. McDaniels, from the Ft. Davis mountains, was In Valentine lately. Mr. and 'Mrs. E. Jones, of Plateau, are visiting at the 'home of Ms. Jones's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Means. Rev. F. Cramer, of Sierra Blanca, who Have you, too, suffered years from female trouble? Try Cardui at once. It may bo you have just begun to suffer such, pains. Relieve the trouble before it becomes chronic, before you have endured years of pain. Try Cardui today. Cardui, the woman's tonic, has been used for nearly fifty years. The demand for it has increased every year until it 'is now recognized everywhere, as the standard medicine for women. If .you suffer from nervousness, weakness, pain in head, side or back, or from some other symntoms of womanly trouble, get Cardui today. You'll be glad you tried it For sale at all druggists. CAR nogmp. suiprisejois it you will be surprised at its I particularly tne first time you Edison Amberol Records (play twice a3 long) EOc. Edison Grand Opera Records - - 75c and $1 has preached at the Union church la Valentine the 'second Sunday of each month, will hereafter preach on the first Suiraay. Mrs. A. S. Stewart and children ana Miss Villa Holmes are in El Paso this week. - C. O. Finley and Sam Bunton made a recent trip u the-latter's river ranch. Roy Powell has returned to his home in Ft. Davis after a few davs stay in Valentine. TIILAROSA NEWS NOTES. Tularosa. X. AT.. March 10. James Randall, of Xogal. Ariz., is here en route to Bent. X. M.. where he will put up the new machinery for the mine. -urs. Miller and Rinkley attended the meetin; of tne utero County Medical society. Mr. Espe. United States land inspec tor, .is here vfrom Las Cruces looking over the h'omesteaded land. Mrs. Mary Lynn, is here from Harlem, Montana. Allen Henderson and H. C. Hender son and "family are here 'from Engle. Miss Edna Reagan is here from Kan sas City visiting her neiphew. Xata Riggs and Xora Carr were here from La Luz lately. Susie Davenport, who has been dan gerously ill with blood poisoning. Is improving. Mrs. Walter Georg ter an operation. re is recovering af- Howard Hunt Is able to be up after several months's s-ickness with rheuma tism. A. X. Blazer is here , visiting ni? daughter. Mrs. Paul Jette. Mr. Butts is here from Big Springs, Texas looking for a location. D. D. Harkness, fores? ranger, was here from LaLuz recently. Carl Xeff is here from Germany look ing over the valley. The adobes are being made for an addition to the Rtvas grocery store. CORONA PERSONALS. Corona, X. M., March 10. Tom Du Boishas gone to Sarita Fe and will re turn Mn a few days with a new auto mobile. F. U. Xelson is In Santa Fe on busi ness. Dr. A. B. Cross is in the Black Range mining district, looking after his min ing interests there. LOCATED -AT ROSWELL. Roswell,. X. M., vMarch 10. George C. Peet. an attorney of Chautauqua, X. T.. and formerly in the newspaper reportorial work in V Xew Tork City, has located here with his family. Ho has opened a law office with attorney Ed. S- GIbbany, on Main street. G237 f '