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Monday. July is, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest
News Of the Great Southwest
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CHAVES iCOO'TY TREES
Republicans to Hold Electing at Kos
ttcII; Methodist Church Confer
ence rianned; 3Isyor
Roswell, N. M., July IS. Inspectors
port that they have found a number of
orchards infected -nith wooly aphis, and
while the condition is not serious the
horticultural board will enfoice the
Monday night, July 25, will be held
the biggest Republican meeting in ithe
history of Roswell and the Pecos val
ley. Arrangements are being made by
the Republican reform lub. Ralph C.
Ely, of Demoing, i 111 deliver an address. I
The meeting will be held in the armory.
Rev.HSamuel Blair, superintendent of
the New Mexico English Mission of the
Methodist Episcopal churchr "will con
duct the fourth suarterly conference of
the First Methodist church here.
Mayor Dr. George T. Veal is in Ar
tesla to buy mules for the city. The
four sprinklers "will be used after Au
RETURN FROM WEEK'S TRIP.
"Range Reported In Good Condition
Stockmen Purchase Cattle for
Shipment Social Xen .
Valentine, Tex., July 18. Messrs.
3IcAnelly, Grace, McLean and Pierce
have returned from a fishing trip to
the Rio Grande.
Sam Means and W. D Cowden have
purchased a bunch of cattle from L. C.
A food compounded from Wheat, Oats, Rice, and
Barley. Most palatable, nourishing and healthful
Ask Your Grocer.
millions a week
Brite, of Marfa.
driven to Pecos.
The cattle -will be
Rev. A. T. Felix, of Marfa, conducted 1
services in the Union church Sunday.
Miss Arnfts O'Connor of San Antonio.
is a Eriiasf: at rh ranch home of Mr.
and Mrs W. T. Jones.
Edwin Fmley and George Jones have
returned from the Banton ranch, ac
companied by Mrs. Mary Broil.
Young Hyson and W. Wooley, of
Marfa, fare in town.
C. A: Thompson, of Austin, is here
looking over the land he has pur
chased. J. L. Everett was in from his Ft
Davis ranch and reports the range in
John Schorbach is confined to his
home on account of illness.
TUCSON DEMOCRATS AGAFS'
rL.A" FOR COXVEXTIOX
Tucson, Ariz., July IS. Having failed
at the first call to secure enough mem
bers to attend to tranict business, the
Democratic county central committee of
Pima county -will meet again to make
arrangements for pri.naries :nd coun
ty, convention to select delegates to the
William Rawtelle. chairman of the
committee, has returned from Califor
nia, having been induced to abbreviate
his summer vacation on the coast. Stan
ley Watson, former chairman of the
P'ma county committee and until re
cently manager of the Prescott Courier,
is here now rallying the Democrats, it
! Business Men Believe Port
Lofyos Road Will Help
Tucson, Ariz., July IS.
With th- con-
strurtion of the Arizona, Mexico & Gulf
of California railroad to Port Lobos,
Mc-Ito, bringing Turson within 200
miles of tidewater, business men heie
iie t-oiiiiaeni rnai ireig.u rates win u , (ne5r acquaintanceship dating- from the
cut in half. i time v. hen Mr Holt was president of
As one of the benefits to be derived I the Michigan Association of Postmas
by the southwest and the west coast i ters.
of Mexico count; . Kirt L. Hart, who
Is interested in an iron foundry, 'says
-tru turai steei is about tue cneap
e;t commodity to hip that we have on
the entire list at pceent. We have been
getting it out of Now York and Cell -ered
In Tucson at slightly less than $24
a ton x Bj water the rate is $2.50 per
ton to the Isthmus of Panama and $2.50
per ton to haul H across the isthmus
without considering the canal. Tor il
lustration I will say that it will cost
another $2.50 per ton to transport the
steel from the isthmus to Port Lobos
and $5 00 per ton for the 200-mile rail
haul -from Port Iobos to Tucson. That
Mill bring the total freight on struc
tural steel from New York to Tucson
down from a few cent- less than $24 per
ton to $12.50. When the completion of
the Panama canal gives a -water route
direct from New York to Port Lobos,
the rate will be even less."
Tucson business men say they are
also giving consideration to advantages
of the water route in getting Arizona
ores to New York and other markets,
citing in this connection the reported
intention of tthe Phelps-Dodge company
to use the Port Lobo water route for
the ores from its Arizona properties in
controling the copper market of the
Bains Help Stockmen Re
frigerator Cars Go West.
Nogales. Ariz., July IS. J. F. Brady,
manager of the telephone company here,
fell to the ground while stretching a
wire and suffered a broken collarbone
It is claimed by cattlemen that the
rains have saved them thousands off
dollars, as their feed supply as nearly
The season for products requiring
refrigerator cars is over m Sonora and
long strings of these cars are passing
through here en route to California.
Mr. and Mrs. .Tack Mclntyre have
gone for an extended visit to Michigan
Mrs. F. Van Mourick gave a bridge
whist partj- at her home, on Marsh
Heights in honor of her guest. Mrs.
Chas. Kaiser, of Prlmera, Colo. Misses
Marv and Virginia Harrison assisted In
ser Ing. The guests included Mesdame3
Herrera, Marsh, Fowler, Parsons, Rich
ardson, Creighton, KIngsley, Otto Her
oic, Marsteller, Budge, Harrison, Barr,
Bird, Doherty. Carney, Burgoon, Cla
gett. Christ, Trteomb. Kaiser; Misses
Doherty. Harrison and Riggs.
Eustace Piper ha taken a position
v Ith the Copper Queen bank at Douglas
and will move with his family to that
The hostesses of Canta Cduz cluli
were Mesdames .Tones, Kelsey and
Duffy, and Miss Keough. Columbia's
Reception was presented by -Misse-?
Rachel Mix, Georgia Titcomb and Ethel
Doherty, Mrs. G. P. Jones. Mrs. Pearl
Chase. Mrs. W- W. Carney. Walter
McCurdy, Mrs. F. J. Duffy. Miss Ethel
Dohertv, Miss Anctta Smith. Master
C:ariie Jones, Mrs. H. M. Claggett,
Miss Mary Duffs'.
Mrs W. C. Overton entertained a
number of friends at a luncheon at her
home. ' ,
Let us suggest a cnlnty frozen desert.
Phone the Elite, anytime.
SIX.VER CITY CONSIDERS
CO:v TRACT FOR .EW SCHOOL
Tucnmcarl Contrnctor Arriies to Close
Deal: Old Soldier Returns For Visit;
Pergonal and General Icws.
Silver City, X. M. July 18. William
Schubel, the Tucumcari contractor. Is
I here to cloe the contract -nith the local
schooj board for th" erection of the new
public school building.
Col. Richard S. Allen, a veteran miner
and newspaper man, has gone to Dl
Commissioner Ed Dickinson is in
Lordsburg. where he expects to pur
chase hoises for his 2-C ranch near
Frank W. Vellacott and wife have re-
turned from a. two-months' vacation at
Buffalo, New York and Fort Dodge, la.
Will St. Clair ha returned from
Globe, Ariz, where he has been in busi
ness, and will again locate at Santa
W. C. Kehoe, and old newspaper man
-who has been at the soldiers' home
near Los Angeles for the past year, has
returned here to visit old friends for
Walter Nelson, the merchant, has re
turned from his vacation in Los An
geles. Judge Frank W. Parker ha drawn
the jury venire at Las Cruces for the
September term of court for Grant
George Snyder, the White Signal cat
tleman, who has the contract for fur
nishing beef for the Leopold and Ty
lone camps, is in town purchasing ranch
County surveyor C. E. Johnson is in j
Santa Fe attending to oinciai Dusiness
in the surveyor general's office.
J. A. Wiley, of Central, has purchas
ed The Heiald anto won by Mi?s Fay
McKeyes, of Deming. in The Herlad
contest, arid will use it for carrying the
mail and passengers from this city to
Central and Fort Bayard.
County treasurer Jackson Agee is
building a garage on his residence
Peach ice cream"' delivered after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
CONTRACT FOR SWIMMING
POOL IS LET AT ROSWELL
C. W Hnyneh Plan Expenditure of
92."V,000 to BenntJfy Park; Sunday
School Expects 1000 at Picnic.
Roswell, N. M.. July 18 C. W. Haynes
has let the contract for a concrete
sw Imming pool in his private park, on
North Spring street, and 30 men are at
woik on it. It Is to be 150 feet long
and 90 feet -wide at one end and 40 at
the other, and and from three feet to
eight feel deep. An artesian well will
furnish the water. If the patronage
warrants it, Mr. Hajnes will spend
$25,000 beautifying his park.
The committee on refreshments for
the union Sunday school picnic to be
held July 21 in the grove on the
Slaughter "Hereford Home" alfalfa
farm east of town, Is making prepara
tions to feed 1000 people.
Aitesian Well Proves Bisr
Surprise The School
1 iteming, .n. m. , .iuiy i?. v. ji. hoii
J is In receipt of a letter from postmas
i ier irenerai Frank Hitchcock, statins:
t tnat n is Mr. Hitchcock's intention to
visit New Mexico and that he will in-
elude Deming in hisitmerary. Mr. Holt
c ? nprsnna! frlenrl of lhf spprptnrr
j The well ot u. J,. jUcBride, three
! mile? southeast of Deming, holds the
record for the first da s pi -nplug oyer
any other -nell In the MimDres valley,
1.000,000 gallons of Tvater being pumped
from the well In one day. There are
other wells that are delivering this
much water at present, after being ful
ly developed. A method different from
the one generally used was employed
in drilling this well. It has been the
custom, to clay the sides of the hole to
prevent caving. With the McBride well,
however, very little clay is used, so
that the full amount which the pump i
capable of handling is secured from the
A heavy rain fell at Seamanville and
at Hon dale.
The board of trustees of the Demmg
public schools has accept the resigna
tion of music teacher-elect Miss Myra
Seymour. Miss Jennie Nichol, of Chat
tanooga, Tenn , was elected to fill Miss
Decker's place as language teacher in
the high school. Miss Decker having
resigned to accept a position In the
Roswell public schools. Two new teach
ers were -added to the corps: MIs Young
for second grade work-'and Miss Thomp
so n.of Tarklo, Mo . for the seventh
grade. A telegram has been received
from the purchasers of the $40,000 bond
Issue stating that the money would be
J. H. Crawford has rented the Cor
man residence, on Silvet avenue, and
lias moved into it. Mr. Crawford will
open a piano and music store in Deming
in the ne'ar future.
W. L.. Wilder, from Illinois, is pros
pecting in the valley. -
Tom Carr, one of the old-timers and
m employe of the Santa Fe railroad at
this point for nearly 30 years, is seri
J. J. Gibson, of the Nan ranch, re
ports a fine rain up the Mimbres. Wa
ter ha come down the Mimbres and
the Wame4 ditch, northeast of town, is
Miss Frankie Burnham, of El Paso, is
in town visiting friends.
J. Li. Freeney, a Santa Fe employe,
has syone to Fort Bayard to vrslt his
Mrs. J. G. Moir has gone to Los An
geles to visit her son. Dr. Ralph Byron,
of that city. She "will also vfit rela
tives in Portland, Ore.
John A. Watkins, brother of Al Wat
kins, and Charlie House, his nephew,
both of Gainesville, Tex., are visiting
here with Mr. Watkins.
BEL RIO BOOSTERS
Beaumont Man Addresses
Commercial Club Of
' fieers Elected.
Del Rio. Texas, July IS. The first
annual meeting of the Del Rio commer
cial club, following a period of 10
months, was a success. T. W. Larkin,
secretary of the Beaumont chamber ot
commerce, was the principal speaker
and made an address covering the work
of commercial clubs in general and tak
ing up many of the important problem
of development in Del Rio country. Sec
ret arv Fred I. Meyers annual report
showed the organization to be in first
class shape. The total expenditure for
the year was but $2200.
The greatest work the club reported
for the vear was the gaining of the
Orient railroad and the accompanying
acquisition of an extension of the -National
Lines of Mexico. This feat was
accomplished within five months after
organization of the club.
Over a dozen new members 'were
taken into the organization at this
The following officers were elected:
C. O. Foke, president: J. J- Foster, vice
president: O. B. Franks, treasurer; ex
ecutive committee C. O. Fokes, John
M. Grav, W. F. Boggess; directors
Jos. Rosenfleld, Jas. McLymont. E. W.
Smlth, Jones Pennington, John M. Gray,
O. B. Franks, Dr. F. M. Rose.
WORK TO COMMENCE OX NEW
Tvro Miners nnd n Carpenter Meet With
Accidents; "Wild Plfreont Plentiful
in Hnnchuca Mountnlns.
Bisbee, Ariz.. July IS. J. B. Girand,
territorial engineer, has been ordered to
ftart the construction of the Bisbee-
ougla; highway. This road will take
in tile southeastern part of the highway
which is being built throughout Arizona.
"Wild pigeons are reported plentiful in
the Huachuca mountains, j and several
parties in Bisbee are organizing to go
on a shooting trip.
Edward Erickson, whose hand was
There's coolness and lasting
Make it the usual way stronjf
and rich by thorough boiling add
cracked ice and serve with sugar,
li mon, and a little cream if de
sired. The delightful flavour jleacv"
the palate, and the rich food ele
ments of the grains of which, it is
made, refresh and sustain body
and brain in the, natural -way.
" There's a Reason' '
Postum Cereal Co. Limited,
Battle Creek, Mich
Satisfaction means con
tentment. Both are best as
sured by Fatima Cigarettes,
The exceptional blend
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gives them a flavor that is
An inexpensive package
makes possible ten addi
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caught between two cars at the Oliver
shaft and one of his fingers badly
crushed, may have to have it amputated.
W- H. Foot, a carpenter worKing at
the Klein, Leteon & Marks building, fell
through the rafters of the first floor
nnrl ivris slirfitlv miured.
Mr. and Mrs. MpGee have gone to j
Marysville, Cal., to locate.
Supt. Parker Woodman, of the Cop
per Queen company has gone to Los An
des on a short vacation iie will also
vasit? Nevada where he has mining in
terests. E. M. Coffee has gone to White Oaks,
N. M., to look after mining property.
Aaron Anderson, snlft bos at the
Hoatson shaft, has one to Stockholm,
Sweden, to visit his parents.
Mrs. A. Y. Fountain has returned to
her home at Las Cruces. N. M., after a
visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clau
sen. 3IAGDALEXA SAWMILL
IS DAMAGED BY FIRE
Becked-McTni ish Announce Property
Will Be Rebuilt; Rainy Season iu
Magdnlena District; "Wool
Buyers VK!t City.
Magdalena, N. M., July IS. The Beck-er-McTavish
company's sawmill situated
about 30 miles from Magdalena, was
burned. The cause of the fire is un
known. The lots is estimated at $1000.
Mr. Mactavish has announced that the
sawmiH will be rebuilt at once and con
tinue operations. The loss was partly
covered by Insurance.
The rainy season is on in the Magda
Some wool is selling and wool buyers
are coming in at a fast rate.
Mrs. M. JE1. Wyler has come in from
Socorro. She ha? since suffered a par
alytic stroke. The left side of her body
Is still paralyzed. -
Henry Gardiner has returned from the
southwestern part of .Socorro county.
Will Greenwall. of Socorro, is in Mag
dalena, visitms friends.
Magdalena lodge No. IS, Knights of
Pythias. ga-e a banquet for Its mem
her.s. A number of Knights from vari
ous narts of the county were present. I
S. M. Butler, a deputy of the bov-
ereign camp of the "Woodmen of the
World, from Belen is isitlng in Mag
dalena and Kelly.
SWEETWVTER TO HOLD BIG
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
City Expects 1000 Visitors in September;
Nolan County Property Is Valued
at 5S212,S55; Store Opens
Sweetwater, Texas.. July IS. W. H.
Jobe, county Suncay school superin
tendent is In receipt of a letter from W.
N. Wiggins, general secretary of the
Texas Sunday School association, stat
ing that a convention will be held at
Sweetwater on September IS, 17 and
IS. The territory covered is from El
Pa:o to Fort Worth on the T. & P.: Chil
llpothe to San Angelo on the Orient;
Coleman to Lubbock on the Santa Fe,
and Dublin to Rotan on the Texas Cen
tral. .About 1000 delegates and friends
are expected to be here.
The county tax collector has com
pleted his ta-v. roll, and reports the ren
dition of taxable property in Nolan
county amounts to $S,212,SS3. divided as
follows: -Residence property, S4,9S3,14); ,
non-resident, $1,132,230: unrendered, i
$763.S75; railroad, $1,327,630, and na
tional bank, $40,000.
Hubbard's dry goods house has opened i
a branch business at Dalhart with W. E.
Hubbard in charge. !
'LABOR PARTY" SPEAKERS
PLAN TO STUMP ARIZON V
Tucson, Ariz.. July IS Having di- j
vided Arizona into three divisions mem- j
hers of the recently organized "Labor j
Partj" are now planning to stump the'
soonto-he state, in the campaign for I
delegatesto the constitutional conven- I
tlon. A. A. Worsley, of Tucson, will
stump th central section; Joseph D.
Cannon, or1 Bisbee, one a candidate for
delegate tc congress, the southern sec
tion, and F H. Llebel the northern section
&?y3 .j$L a
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Abstract Office Opens An
Auto Club Proposed.
Socorro, N. M., July IS The saloon
licenses of Socorro have been raised
from about $500 to approximately $1500.
The city council took this action. Some
of the saloon proprietors wanted the
amount raised to $2500, claiming that It
would have a beneficial effect. There is
a possibility of a few saloons closing on
account of Increased taxation.
The Santa Fe railway is arranging to
have arc lights installed at the station
An abstract office, the only one in
Socorro county, has been established
here by Messrs. Kipp.
Professor Drake of the School of Mines
has returned from Kansas City.
Dr. C. C Clarke, of this "city, has
gone to attend the dental convention, at
Dr. W. A. Parvis will leave on" August
1 for a month's vacation.
Two more automobiles have been
brought here and there is talk of start
ing an automobile club.
United States commissioner Sweet has
ordered the deportation of 16 of the 17
Chinese held here.
MORMONS DO MISSIOXWORK
AT PEARSON" SAAV3IILL CAMP
ThVee Missionaries Go Out Froin Colonia
Dnblnn Younpr People Give Ball;
Girl Fallt from Hone
nnd Is Injnred.
Colonia Dublan, Mexico, July IS.
Junius Romney, H. S. Harris, Deronde
Fcirnsworth and others have gone to
Pearson and the sawmill camps to or
ganize an improvement association.
Claire, :mith, who has been in Arizona
since the close of school has returned
The young people of Guadalupe gave
a character ball.
Marion Romney, who fell from a horse
lay unconscious untH pasersby found
COLONIA DIAZ FARMERS THRESH
WHEAT; FRTTIT CROP POOR
Colonia Diaz, Mexico, July IS. The
infant babe of Frank Cheney is dead.
Colonia Diaz nas raised and threshed
about 4000 hectroliters of grain; mostly
wheat of a fine quality.
Fruit is started to ripen. The crop
will be small.
Frank Whiting and bride have re
turned to their home here.
WOMAN vILLED IN RUNAWAY
NEAR COLONIA JUAREZ, MfcX.
Colonia Juarez, .iuiy IS. While Juan
Torres, his mother, wife and two chi'
dren were on their way from Colonia
Juarez to their ranch, the horses be
came frightened and threw all the oc
cupants to the ground but the infant.
The mother was killed,, her neck being
broken in the fall. Mr. Torres was se
verely injured. The two children were
Smooth, healthy skins are a rarity in Summer. Most persons are an
noyed with pimples, boils, rashes or eruptions, while others suffer more
severely with Eczema. Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum, or some kindred skin
disease. All skin affections come from humors and acids in the circulation.
The blood, as it circulates through the system, deposits these acids and
humors in the sensitive membranous flesh which lies just beneath the
outer skin or tissue covering the body. This acrid matter cause3
inflammation and a discharge which breaks through the delicate cuticle,
and skin diseases are the result. To cure any skin trouble the blood must
be freed from all acids and humors, and for this purpose nothing equals
S. S. S. This great blood purifier goes down into the circulation and
completely removes every particle of impurity, enriches the blood and in
this way permanently cures skin diseases. S. S. S. cures, because it purifies
the blood and allows it to nourish, soothe, and soften the skin instead of
irritating it with fiery acids and humors. Book on Skin Diseases and any
medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAHTA, GAr
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TERRELL COUNTY ATTORNEY
MARRIES SANDERSON GIRL
Sanderson, Tex., July IS. At the resi
dence of the bride's parents," Mr. and
Mrs. W. Y. Slover, Allen T. Folsom.
county attorney, of Terrell county, to?
married to Miss Clarissa L. Clark, jus
tice of the pe.ace Jesse McKee, officiat
ing. Immediately after the ceremony
the couple left or a bridal trip to Cor
pus Christ! and San Antonio. They will
make their future . ome in Sanderson.
MICHIGAN PHYSICIAN DIES
ON TRAIN NEAR. DALHART
Dalhart, Tex., July IS. Dr. Henry
Hammond, of Niles, Mich . en route from
the west, died on Rock Island train
No. 4, at Hovey, five miles east of Dal
hart. The body was taken off at Strat
ford, Tex. Dr. Hammond -was accom
panied by his wife, a nurse, and an at
tending physician. The body has been
taken east for burial.
OIL AND GAS COMPANY
INCORPORATES AT SANTA FB
Santa Fe, N. M, July IS. Incorpora
tion papers have been filed here by the
Southwestern Oil and Gas companr.
The capital is $250,000 and headquarters
are at Albuquerque- The incorporators
and directors are John B. Burg, Charles
E. Glecker, Frank Ralph and R. G. Bal
comb. SANTA FE LAWYER
DIES IN MICHIGAX
Santa Fe, N. M-, July IS. Harvey S.
DuVal, lawyer of this city, aged 3S
years, and son of Capt. H. S. DuVal.
died -at Grand Rapids, Mich. He -was a.
native of Florida and was admitted to
the New Mexico bar several years ago.
He was the promoters of a rubber fac
tory to manufacture rubber from a
plant found on the mesas of Colorado.
EL PASO ENGINEER WOULD
FLYj BUILDS MULTIPLANH
Lou Gasser. engineer at th Mesa.
water plant, has theaeroplane burr. He
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" uccu uiviijjj on a moaei ot "wnat lis
calls a multiplane which goes the
Wright boys and Glen Curtiss one bet
ter, having six instead of two planes.
Gasser has sent the plans of his air
craft to the St. Louis Aeronautic society
and has received a favorable reply after
the plans had been Inspected. He ex
pects to make a test flight in his aero
plane some timenext month.
MEXICAN WORKMAN FALLS
AND FRACTURES SHOULDER
Refugio Luna fell late Saturday aft
ernoon from the top of the Krakauer,
Zorke & Move building and with his
wheelbarrow landed on the earth. As
a result he is suffering from a fractured
shoulder He was removed to the office
of Dr. W. B. Urmston. where the frac
ture was reduced.
NO INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS
LOBBY AT SPECIAL SESSION
Corpus Christi, lex.. July IS. Presi
dent Robert J. Kloborg, of the Texas
Industrial congress has announced that
the congress -will not maintain a lobby
at Austin during the special sessions oC