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News Of the Great: Southwest
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News Of the Great Southwest ?
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If the Sf&nd&rii
I CREAM I
I Baking Powder I
A Guarantee of Light, Sweat, H
Pure, Wholesome Food
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COLD HTJBT3 THE
AUTESIA FRUIT
Oil Well Flows 25 Barrels of
ju a uav jduucuu i
Progress.
Artesia, X. M.. April 19. The recent
cold snanhas done considerable injnry
to the fririt crop in this vicinity, al
though owners of the larger orchards j TULAROSA LOCALS.
hope that they saved the crop by the j Tularosa, X. M., April 19. United
use of smudge pots. J States deputy marshal I. L. Chavez is
A late report has been received to . here traveling over the country from Al
the effect that the Hammond well is j buquerque.
flowing 25 barrels of oil per day. The j H. C. Nieglesion and sister, Mabel
Giant Oil company Is putting down a i Nifeglesion. left today for Chicago, where
so-ond well. j they will spend the summer.
D. L. Newkirk has received his com- j Mrs. Long is here from Xew York
mision -end has taken charge of the , visiting her brother, Arthur Douglas,
postoffice, succeeding Harry .W. Hamil- j Dr. Brown was summoned here last
ton, who resigned. night from El Paso to see Mrs. Jones,
H. G. Gray will soon leave the- First j who is dangerously ill with rheumatism
Xational bank and go to the State -Xa- j and typhoid.
tional hank. Mr. Gray will take the place Abbott Stacks is visiting his aunt,
of Albert Blake who resigns on account j Mr. M. B. Rogers, at Bent
of ill health. S. P. Conger and Ainos Spillars have
The Holiness people are holding a I returned from a 10 days trip in the San
protracted meeting in a tent here and ! Andreas,
the attendance indicates much interest. Morris Cochran is spending a f ew days
Work has been resumed on The new i here from his ranch.
church of the Baptists. The delay was
occasioned by -difficulty experienced in
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
One of tlie most valuaole qualities of Mother's Friend is
that it safe-guards the future health of the mother. It is a
liniment to he applied externally to the "body, the use of
which luhricates the muscles and tendons, softens the glands
and ducts, prevents, lumps forming in the "breasts, and relieves the pain, nervous
ness, nausea, and other troubles from -which so many expectant mothers suffer.
When Mother's Friend is used regularly it fits and prepares the system for zn,
easy and natural consummation of the term. Women -who massage -with this
great liniment are always saved much suffering when "bahy comes, and recover
more quickly, and without ill effects. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores.
Write for our free "book for expectant mothers.
THE BRADFIELD GQ.S ATl&MTA, GA9
REMOVAL
NOTICE!
rm
Santa Fe Ticket and Freight Office is located tem
porarily in old Bisbee Cafe, corner San Francisco
and Santa Fe streets. Gome and see u. - '
J. S. MORRISON
City Pass. Agt.
&rk
o Summer Touch
Uft oTLBURWMa th
I LOCOMOTIVES I l
They Allow Unlimlt ad Stopovers
at all Points
On Sale June 1st io Sept. 30ih, Limit Oct. 3!sf
Sunset Route.
j
CITY TICKET OFFICE, ST. REGIS HOTEL
t securing building material.
Judge J. "W Foster has moved into his j
new residence in the south part of
ltVtll.
J. Frank Xewkirk has assumed entire
management of the Pecos "Valley Xews
and the plant is to be enlarged and im
proved.
Dr. C. TV Williams, president of the
Firs Xational bank, has moved into his
new residence in the south part of town.
It is one of the finest dwellings In the
town.
W. G. Davenport and family have re
turned from a visit on the Hondo.
W. R. BROWN
Div. Frt. & Pass. Agt.
froanra
-Rates
We Now Have Them
LIEKES FORTH
AWAITS HIS
GUU.M
Alpine Man Reads of Sup
posed Relative's Death.
Cattle Moving. .
Alpine, Tex., April 19. S. P. Ford, an
Alpine resident, read in a northern pa-
per Sunday that one of his distant rela- j
tives had recently die- leaving the im- I
mense fortune of $1,S50.000. Mr Ford J
says that his mother -was one of theN
three heirs to the fortune, but she be-
ing dead, will leave her suare to Mr. j
Ford and his one sister. j
T. J. Miller is tn Boquillas to take .
the census in that precinct.
W. F. Stewart, postmaster at Tesie.
a new office recently opened about 25
miles northeast of Alpine, is working
to get a regular mail route started.
WT F. Stewart has sold for J. C. Bran
nen his four section ranch in the Irv
ing pasture to a man in Fort Worth.
The consideration amounted to about
$5000. Mr Stewart also recently sold
two sections in the same neighborhood
to L. D. Hume also of Fort Worth. The
consideration in thi& deal was about
$2000.
Some of the progressive citizens of
Alpine are working for a curfew law.
W. X. Gourley is in from his ranch
near Marathon. Mr. Gourley says that
it is getting dry in his country.
J. S. Lockwood. expresident of the
LockwoQd Xational bank of San Antonio,
Tex , and his wife, arrived to visit with
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Townsend, manager
of the Elisnore Cattle compay ranch
Mr. Lockwood formerly owned this
ranch.
J. P. Peters, a cattle salesman of the
J. P. Peters Commission company of
Kansas City, his sons, and Dyson Jack
son are here buying cattle.
Mr. Haggort and Mr. Tudy, both of
Seymour, Tex., and Mr. Lewis, of Guy
mon, Okla., are here with the view of
a -, W..-.U.., u.. . c -W ., (., j.
locating. They left this evening to look
! at some ranch propositions. They want
to buy a large ranch
H. M. Fennel, cashier of the Marfa
National bank, Marfa, Tex., wasin town
Monday.
TV. M. Means. nroDrietor of the City
dairy, has about 40 acres of land In cul
tivation and will put in what is con
sidered here a large -crop.
Charles Arnold and wife, and Frank
Lahinar, of Alvin, Tex, are here for Mr.
Arnold's health.
TV. L. Coleman has returned from a
trip to Austin where he attended to
business connected with the land office.
TV. T. Henderson says that he had no
fruit to be injured by, the recent frost,
but that he did have some fine Johnson
grass which he intended to put up for
hay this fall, and this was "killed by
the frost.
Clayton, Lacey and Miss Ovinia TVord
are to be married tonight at S oclock.
Miss TVord recently came here with her
sister, Mrs. Hogan, from Seymour. Mr.
Lacey, also of Seymour, came Fridav
night- They will go back to Seymour
after the wedding.
Jackson & Harmon shipped about 600
head of steers Monday. These steers
were sold to Dyson Jackson through the
J P Peters Commission oonipanj.
Miss Susie Rogers is moving her
house from its present location in the
northeastern part of town to the west
ern side, and will make some additions
to It when she gets it located.
J. P. Peters and Virgil Fuller, who
intended to go to Kansas City on the
cattle train which hauled the Jackson &
Harmon cattle, were left. They hired
an automobile to go to Marfa in hopes
of catching the train there.
DR. DOUGLAS AND MR. SIM
MONS INSPECT RESERVOIR
Carrizozo, X. M.. April ID. The pri
vate cars of Dr. Douglas, president of
the E. P. & S. TV., and general manager
Simmons arrived here Monday and were
immediately transferred to Capitan
branch, where they were taken as far
as TValnut, from which place the presl- I
dent and general manager were driven to J
WdhcnT.1.. Into -.v. V. -..I.4..1. J iL. I
"Waftson's lake on the mesa,, which is the
storage reservoir of the Bonito pipe
line.
A Skin of Beauty 13 a Joy Forever.
,R. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Boautifior.
Removes Tan, Pimples.
FrecJUes, 3Joth Patches,
3&sii, and bkin Diseases,
ana cTerr DieDisn
an beauty, and de
fies detection. It
has stood the tut
of 65 years, and
Is bo harmless we
taste It to be sure It
is properly made.
Accept no count er
fe;t of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sayro said to a
lady of the hant
ton (a patient):
As you tones
will use them,
I recommend
'RnurnnH'ii flroim' as the least harmful of all the
akin preparations." For sale by all druggists and Fancy
Goods Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe.
FERD.T. HOPKINS, Prop.. 37 Great Jones Sired, MswToik
Crowley Co.
EXPERT PRINTERS
331 Texas St. El Pass. Texas
"We fool ihi sun"
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Y LITTLE FRU
Cold Snap Was Rather Se-;
vere, But Smudge Pots
' Saved the Dav.
Alamogordo, X. M., Aprii 19. The re
cent cold snap started the report that
a11 thc fruit of this section was killed,
The Herald correspondent made a trip
to L Luz- six m,les north of "ere, to
ascertain the damage done by the frost,
and found that but vers' little damage
nad been done and witn some it was
considered that all fruit and even young
fnmnfn nlanK were nnharmpd
La Luz is one of the finest fruit s?c-
I t-lons In this valley. It Is an old settled
ccmmunlty and nearly all kinds of fruit
are grown there.
In and around Alamogordo there are
a numoer of young orchards and
some of them are stocked with the fin
est varieties of vjrees. Smudge pots
were kept going by some all night of
$he frost night and thus all danger of
a killing frost averted. True, the frost
was severe enough tot-nip.the fruit of
many trees, but this will tend to make
better fruit, as all treeswere loaded
to the hilt.
BORING FOR WATER
AT SIERRA BLANCA
Attention also Being Aid to
Poultry La Valley Is
Located. .-
Sierra Blanca, Tex., April 19. John
Fiske, of San Antonio, Tex., who vas
here recently, claims to have located
water at a very shallow depth in and
near Sierra Blanca. As a result the
business men of our town are sinking a
well on the spot indicated by Mr. Fiske,
who used an electric battery apparatus
to locate the oil, "mineral and (water. Ho
says he located an abundant supply of
shallow water near Et'.oien and some
valuable mineral deposits In that vi
cinity. He left here for Toyah, where
he expects to locate oil in the Toyah
valjey.
La Valley is a new established town
five -miles east of this place on the T.
& P railroad. There are a number of
families there; a hotel; a store; a schonl
building; an abundant supply of valu
able mineral water from a bored well,
and a good school In charge of a compe
tent teacher. It is a new town, but a
live one.
Pete Freeman,, S. G. Gould, and A. E.
Polk have quite a number of nice Rhode
Island Red chickens. Poultry does well
here, despite the fact that we have no
alfalfa fields or orchards for them to
run In.
School closes at La Valley in two
weeks. A nice program is beiug arrang
ed by the teacher in charge, Mrs. Auten.
She is being assisted by her daughter,
a graduate of Baylor.
Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Mayfield and
children have gone to Ysleta, where they
will spend a few weeks with relatives
before mfivjyge to Jn Jgaso.. where they
wilPinake their-home."
The public school closes here Friday
and the pupils are busy taking theii
examinations
Olan Black is In San Antonio.
DISTRICT COURT
AT TUCUMCARI
Banker Sells Out and Goes
to California Sinking
a TVell.
Tucumcari, X. M., April 19. The dis
trict court for the sixth judicial district,
convened yesterday morning, judge
Cooley presiding. E. R. Wricriit is
district attorney, and J. P. C. Langston,
court crier. The forenoon was taken
'it. l. r .i , - i.
up wiin uit? orsainzaiion ot tne court
and the empaneling of the jury. The
grand jury met at 1:30 in the afternoon
with M. B. Goldenberg as foreman.
The city is putting down a well on
the courthouse grounds to f urnish. water
for the irrigation of' the trees and
lawn.
Engineer JV R. McAlpine. of the E. P.
& S. "W., is building a nice residence
near the Methodist church.
TV. F. Buchanan has sold his in
terest in the First National bank of
Tucumcari. and left for San Diego His
son, Melvin, went with him. H. B. Tones
cashier of the First National bank of
Santa Roa. has been elected president
of the First National bank here to suc
ceed TV. TV. Buchanan. He will move to
Tucumcari. r
A farewell banquet was given TV F
Buchanan by his friends at the Record'
Cafe. About io were present. A sup
per was served and the Herrle .orches
tra furnished music. Hon. Reed Hollo
man acted as toastmaster.
INDIANS ARE AFRAID 1
OF CENSUS ENUMERATORS.
Santa Fe, N. M., April IS. Special
agent Elmer Marsh went to the pueblo
of Sandia in Sandoval county today
to persuade if .possible the Indians that
the census uenumerator means them no
harm. The Indians refused emphatical
lj' to answer the enumerator's ques
tions and unless they give in vigorous
steps will have to be taken to have
them counted. Similar trouble is an
ticipated at Santo Domingo and at San
Felipe, the inhabitants of the last
named place being much aroused over
the arrest of one of their number fn-
murder and are in a very ugly mood.
inc Uu.i.v..c.., u.u.v, xuujjui, nas made
formal report of his troubles to tbp
i government. g
LADDER
FALLS, MAN INJURED;
NEER ARIZONIAN IS DEAD
PION
Bisbee, Ariz., April 19. T'jile street
superintendent P. J. McCullough was
Inspecting the water tanks, of the fire
department, a burro carrying a heavv
load struck ji ladder on which he was
standing, throwing it over. The super
intendent fell to the ground a distance
of about 20 feet and had five of his
ribs fractured. -
The Ribehart drug store on Main
street, which has been closed for several
months, has been bought bv J E. Huf
fln, a druggist of Flagstaff. Ariz. He
will conduct the business here.
Word has been received that David
Taylor Swatling, a pioneer of Arizona
and one of the expert mining men in th
territory, died at - Los Angeles, Cal. He
is survived by his wife, formerly ;mss
Emma Barret, of Philadelphia, Pa, ivho
Is vell known in Bisbee.
The double row of young trees planted
near the Lowell and Lincoln schools are
already budding, notwithstanding they
are very young plants. A number of
trees has been planted near the Copper
Queen hospital for the purpose of ob
taining a fine shade in the near future.
KILLED MUD
s-85
Delightful to U38.
Its antiseptic clean
sing p o v e r
penetrates
every crevice,
cleansing and
beautifying the
teeth, prevent
ing tartar, giv
ing a "whole
some, fragrant
breath.
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Will be up risht away.
Careful men- Reasonable prices.
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ALL KINDS OF HAULING
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NEGRO HAS MAN TAKEN
TO J All. FROM. PAWNSHOP
Because he "was not careful about uis
movements. I. J. Hickman Is in the city
jail docketed as a suspicious character
ana J.uesaay morning Conrmodore Reed
a negro living: in the southern part of
the city, complained to the police that
the man had helped himself to some of
his Glothingr.
Hickman, who is a negrro, walked into
a South El Paso street pawnshop Tues
day afternoon and pawned a suit of
lothes, but three detective were on the
V outside watching him and, not liking his
appearance, arrested him when he came
out and took him to the city jail. Tins
morning Reed went down to the pawn-
shop and recovered the clothing, stat-
ing that he would file a complaint
against Hickman charging him with
burglary.
MARRIES IX JAIL; WIFE
CANNOT PROSECUTE NOW
It is probable that George Lazear will
not be prosecuted for theft as he was
anarried Tuesday to the complaining
witness. Lillian Hessler, at the county ,
jail, justice E. B. McClintock perform
the ceremony.
Lazear was brought back from Fort
Worth on a charge of taking some dia
monds and 50 in money frtm the Hess
ler woman and was indicted immediate
ly after his return to this city on
j charge of thef
Ho Is still in the countv iail ami rlis-
trict attorney Howe stated this morning
that the case would be prosecuted. The
wife cannot be forced to testify against
her husband, however.
THREE CORNERED FIGHT:
3IAN INJURED IN TWO PLACES.
Santa Fe, N. M., April 19. a three
cornered fight at Lamy, IS miles south
of here, resulted In depu,ty sheriff
Toribio Encinias receiving bullet
wourds in "his right leg and forehead;
in .deputy sheriff Francisco Larrabee
being thrown into jail for doing the
shooting, and Jose Maria Encinias be
ing bound over to the grand jury for
assault.
RANCH INCORPORATES.
Santa Fe, N. M., April I. The Calu
met Ranch company, of Rosewell, filed
incorporation papers today with $30,000
capital. fThc incorporators and direc
tors are:' Earl S. Woodruff, R. E. Hor
ner, of Roswell: F. T. Stewart, of Co
lumbus, Ohio, and J. S. Griffin, of Par
kersburg, W. Va.
FROST KILLS THE FRUIT
, THROUGHOUT LINCOLN COXJNTY
Carrizozo, N M., AprH 39. The heavy
frosts of the last two nights have com
pletely ruined the fruit crop at Lincoln
and up and down the Bonito.
Here 51 Years.
Parker Burfihani, the city jailer, was
in El Paso SI years "Wednesday and he
celebrated the day by working as usual.
fS" jjig uf
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Don't Keep on Drinking
Impure Water
The ill effects so frequently experienced
. through drinking impure water can be
avoided by the exclusive use of health
ful, sparkling White Rock.
Wnf
"The World's Best Table Water"
H. P. JACKSON, DISTRIBUTOR, EL PASO.
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
319 San Antonio St,
Solicits Your Patronage
Capital Stock $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. R P. JONES, V-Pres
A. R KERR, Cashier LEEK CREWS, Asst Cash'r.
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PHOTOGRAPHERS'
INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES
Fred J. Feldman Co.
308 San Antonio St.
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SOUTHWESTERN SALES AGENTS
111 1
Fasa Trunk Facfiry
ANGELUS ggsggg & WORKS BLOCK IROS., Prtps.
Phwe SuVomm Crawford Theater BIdg., Opp. Plaza
That last year's spring suit can be made to look like new. Prices reasonable.
Gloves cleaned second to none. Satisfa ctlon guaranteed.
Tabor's Metai Weather Strips
keep out sand, dirt and TiNDj Craig, O'DonnellJ Co., 6en. Arts.
at the doors and wiNDOTVSphtme Bell chamber of Commerce Bia.
ANTOHtO JOSEPH.fl
EAO
Noted Character of the Ter
ritory, Who Passed State
hood Bill Many Times,
Passes Away.
Antonio Joseph, whose name itself
J stands for honesty throughout Xew
Mexico, where for a lifetime he has been
a public servant, died yesterday at his
home, Ojo Caliente, Taos county. For
manv weeks he was ill at 819 North
Florence street, this city.
Deceased was burled in Fairview
cemetery in Santa Fe.
Through his deatn New Mexico has
lost one of its most ardent champions
of statehood, a former territorial sena
tor, a 10 years' congressman, whose rec-
ord is clean from beginning to end,
l Antonio Joseph was distinctly a New
Mexican. He was 63 years of age, and
j his entire life, with the exception of
j io years in congress, has been spent
I In the territory. Mr. Joseph fought
for statehood when it was no more
j than a dream. Three times he forced
the measure through the house, and
three times saw it shattered against
the congressional stone wall. And now.
in the prime of life, the great New Mex-
?r.!in Vio- Mo1 -.,-. clotuhn vot
lean has died, with statehood yet
vngranted.
Born In New Mexico.
"Rr TrT- AntnntA Trcrori xroe nnncM-
ered the 'greatest Latin-American of
the southwest. Son of a Portuguese
merchant, Mr. Joseph was born
n in Taos
was a
county in 1S47. His mother
French woman, and to young Josep
young josepn
""AmeHcTn
a i was bequeathed the
i which, combined with
spirit, made him a man of remarkable
i mentality. He was educated in Web-
ster college, at St. Louis, Mo. But at
an. early age his father's death called
him from his studies. Young Joseph
took up the general mercantile busl
ness established by the Portuguese pio-
neer at Ojo Caliente, and continued in
average prosperity. .
Honored at Early Age,
"When but safely pasr the age of 21
years, Mr. Joseph was elected a county
judge, and served as such for many
years. Deeply Interested in the politi
cal development of his commonwealth,
he became a candidate for the terri
torial council (senate) on the Demo
cratic ticket, where his political ven
tures always remained. He was elected
by a fair majority against two Re
publican opponents, and served from
187S to 1SS2. Soon he gained a name
as a routine worker of ability, and his
reputation for honesty was established.
Goes to Congress.
From 1S85 to 1S95 Antonio Joseph
represented New Mexico in congress.
Besides his statehood advocacy he was
known as an untiring worker for the
welfare of the territory. He fought
for the establishment of indian schools,
and advocated the instalment of other
public institutions of importance. It
was Antonio Joseph who suceeded hi
securing the land court system for the
territory. That institution has proved
its 'usefulness and become obsolete.
j-even before the passing of its creator.
Ten cars Out of Office.
fter leaving congress. wher,e he
IN, IS D
KEUFFEL & ESSER CO, OF N. Y.
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases
madev repaired and exchanged.
Opposite' postsffice, acr&u
Plaza. TeL 1054: Auto 1963.
NETHB-
IN NEW MEXICO
served lonsrer than anr XVw Mo-rfnan
then -or now, Mr. Joseph was -elected.
chairman of the New Mexican senate.
His activities did not relax. He was
known as an enemy of combination,
an advocate of the sort of government
seldom championed by officeholders.
For 10 years he has been out of office,
retiring from personal choice alone.
Fate awarded Antonio Joseph not
only with offices of public service. Bi
frugal saving he acquired land hold
ings near his lifelong home in Taos
county. Nature had placed, healing
waters beneath his land, a.id the Ojo
Caliente springs are in his name.
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headaches or other nervous ailments or
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pair of ELECTROPODES. If" they cure,
they cost one dollar; if they fail to cure,
not one cent.
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