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Eli PASO HER JLLD Tuesdar' Juh' 19 191a ews 0f &e Grea Southwest . CLEANSES THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS COLDS, AND HEADACHES DUE TO CONSTIPATION. BEST FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHIiBREN-YOUNG AND OLD. TO GET ITS BEMEFICIAL EFFECTS-ALWA3 BUY TEE GEHUIME. MKUfficnmED BY THE SOLD BY ALL LEAPING DRUGGISTS OHE SIZE OldXREGULARPRICESOABoniE ROOSEVELT DAM SAVES MA2TY CROPS Enliances Value of Arizona Land in Salt River Valley. Phoenix, Ariz., July 19. Farmers in Salt River valley, Arizona, are rejoic ing in the approaching completion of Roosevelt dam. The water stored be hind this structure has already saved this year's crops from probably what would have been complete destruction from drouth- The normal flow of the river is lower than at any time during the last six years, and stored water to the extent of about 46,000 acre feet was drawn from the reservoir during June. ITp to July 1 a total of $38,706.95 had been received from the sale of -water. More than 130,000 acres are now under irrigation. Sale for Farm Property. There is great activity in the valley In the sale of farm property. The sales run from 3 .acre tracts to quarter and half sections. A number of large tracts have been subdivided into 5, 10, 20 and 40 acres and are being disposed of'to homeseekers. The value of lands at the present time under cultivation ranges fromNySTa to $5004 raw lands from. ?j50 to ?250. Tie latter priced land of course is that suited to the growing of citrus fruits. The valu of cultivated -lands at the time the pro ject was initiated was $40 to $150 an acre, and raw land $10 to $50. Agricultural conditions at the pres ent time appear to be in excellent shape, prices for farm products, being uni formly good. Xew hay is selling for $10 a. ton, and new rolled barley at $1.25 a hundred weight. Various lines of business in the towns throughout the valley is also good, failures in mercan tile lines being practically unheard of. XEW JUSTICE XA3IKD BY XACO SUPERVISORS. Mocated Inspector Returns to Dnty CflBanea Traffic Manager Goes to Desver Xevr Residents Arrive. Xaco, Ariz., July 19. T. Evans, un til recently traffic manager and pur chasing agent for the Cananea Con solidated Copper company at Cananea, Mex., passed through Naco en route to' Denver, where he will be manager of the Mine and Smelter Supply com- pany.- C. S. Stites wiill take the posi- j tion resigned by Mr. Evans at Can anea. The rainy season. has arrived, and "all trains have been late the past few days. George Dunn, has gone to his min ing property in the Ajo mountains, So nora, Mex. Capt. Charles Donaldson, mounted In- spector of the custopis service, is again stationed at Naco. E. A. Folsom was appointed justice of the peace of precinct No. 10 by the supervisors of Cochise county. Gov. Richard E. Sloan .has appointed Mr. Folsom a notary public at Naco. Aleck Errickson. and family have moved from Lowell, Ariz., to Naco. Kow To 6f Instant Rgiief From ifehlngSkfrs Diseases An inflammation of the skin cs.used by the presence of a tiny mite which burrows in the skin, causes the itch ing In Eczema. Tetter, Acne, itching ecalp and feet, Frlckly Ifa. and the ihany other forms of skin diseases. Scratching does not relieve nor cure it only aggravates the case and makes It worse. There is only one way to cure kill the mite and so remove tho cause. Littell's Liquid Sulphur Com pound gives instant . relief the first application and in a short time kills the mite and gives a permanent cure to every form of skin trouble. Sample lottle,postpaid for 10c. Rhuma-Sulphur Co.. St. Louis. C Ths bif gtst Poultry Fead N&nufsctursf In ths wk-IiL Try a bag of his feed. ?Umk 3GBATSH FEED M&kss Hens Lsy PUHIMA 0KI0K FEED Saves I&by Chicks U&kzjz Uk ClwckiriMftnl Bsfs) FOB SALE BY 0. G. SEET0N SON EL PASO CGL. PURiHA SOSWELL CHINAMAN PLANS NEW SOCIETY! Old Schoolmates Meet Al falfa Brings $11 at Dex ter Personal News. Roswell, N. M., July 13. Yee Ding, a young. Chinaman, will leave soon for New York City, where it is said he will 'form a Young Men's Christian society among the Chinese, similar to the Young Men's Christian association. J. G. S. Hubbard, of Sacramento, Cal., and TV. P. and TV. J. Chisum, school mates -7 years ago. met here. Tho Chisums attended the Kansas State Ag ricultural college in 18S0-S3, with Mr Hubbard. The Cummins garage has received three now E. M. F. touring car3. Mr. and Mrs. TV. TV. McConnc-11 and four children,Nand Miss Llbbie McCon nell, of Los Angeles, are here to spend the summer. Percy Hagerman, of Colorado Springs, Colo., who has been here visiting his brother, exgovernor Herbert J. Hager man and his mother, at South Springs, has returned to his home. The women of the Cemetery assoct tion will hold a moon party Saturday, July 23. Felix Burruss, who has been con nected with the Bloom Cattle company, has gone to Phoenix, Ariz., to locate permanently and engage In the stock business. He will be joined later by his family. There are 13 cases on appeal from the fifth judicial district, in which are located Chaves, Eddy, Roosevelt a Curry counties, to the supreme court, which will be heard at Santa Fe August 15 to 24. On July 22 there will be an athletic exhibition at the armory. The main feature will be a boxing contest be- tween -Kooert itoss, me railroad engi-1 neer, ana -Aioert iiiggms, cnampion 01 the New Mexico Military institute. A. L. TVhiteman, chairman of the Democratic central committee of Cha ves county, hs called a meeting of the committee to select a date for the primary election, in which the four delegates to be elected to the constitu tional convention are to be named. There is a surplus of cars for hay shipment at Dexter and ttys condition is unusual. Very little hay is now being loaded, as most of the sec ond crop has already been shipped or stored, while the third cut ting is not yet started. The record price- for hay this year was broken when mayor &Jerry Cazier, of Dexter, offered $11 a ton for extra choice pea green hay. He isv shipping to Memphis, Tenn. Cummings & Hall, who have been drilling an artesian well on the Towns ley ranch, owned by the Calumet Ranch compajiy, succeeded in getting out 45 feet of drill pipe that was lost in thd hole. The well is now over 900 feet deepand drilling will be resumed at once.- f Mayor Cazier telephoned from Dexter that the well brought in by J. R. Stan ley, on the large farm east of the Pe cos river, registers 19 Inches over an eight Inch casing. S" Chance Brothers Automobile company at Dexter has received a carload of Regal automobiles. DOG FRIGHTENS BISBEE DINERS. Jumps Through Windon On Table Heavy "Wind Causes Damage. Bisbee, Ariz., July 19. While eating dinner at the home of L. C. Ratzan a 5 party of guests were startled by a bi dog dashing through an onen window onto the table. Believing the dog mad, I me ETuesrs oecame nanic strieKen. '"ne canine, however, was easily routed. While he was looking up the shaft at the" Briggs mine a quantity of water mixed with ore dust fell into H. J. Blower's eyes. He was taken rb the Cal umet & Arizona hospital. A very high wind prevailed in Bte bee. Some fences were blown away antl a ew small houses unroofed in Tombstone canyon. No serious damage Tt'as done. The Queen Calumet band of Douglas gave a concert vin Bisbee. Miss M. Turner and Miss Keating of San Antonio. Texas, have gone on an extended trip through California. A. D. Firestone.an employe of the Calumet & Arizona, has returned from his vacation. A v T. 'Brown, a fireman at the Junction shaft, has gone to Elkhart, Ind., having been summoned there on account of his mother's illness. Mrs. A. F. Maxan, who Is connected with the Fair store, left for a trip to Los Angeles and other points in Cali fornia, C. C. Thompson has gone to Kansas City, Mo., to spend a month's vacation. Dr. Bridge of the-Copper Queen medi cal staff has gone to Long Beach, Cal., to spend a few weeks' vacation. SAXTA ROSA DEMOCRATS XAME EL.ECTIOX DAY Precinct Prlmnrles August 3, Conven "' ' tlon August 10; Teachers' Insti- tuto in Session. Santa Rosa, N. M.. July 19. The Democratic county central committee has decided to hold the county conven tion for the nomination of delegates to the constitutional "convention in this city, Wednesday, August 10. Precinct primaries for the selection of delegates to the ''county convention will be held August 3. TV. C. Burnett tendered his resigna tion as a member of the committee, which was accepted, and C. E. McG'In nis was appointed to fill the vacancy. M. R Baker, of Fort Sumner, attended I the meeting of the committee. Frank Trarler, of Vaughn, who is a candidate ! for nomination as delegate to the con- stitutional convention, was also here, j Miss Hazel Stearns is visiting ,at j Liberal, Kans. I The county teachers' institute, with 143 in attendance,, is proving one of tho 1 most successful institutes ever held in j the county. j Judge E. R. Wright, recently appoint- ed district judge to succeed judge Coo j ley, has gone to Santa Fe to attend the j sessions of the supreme court. . The commercial club will hold a. so cial seslon. COCHISE MINERALS FOR THE EL PASO EXPOSITION Coonrj- Fair Comm!nIoner Goll Pre pares ExIiibitH For Second Annual; Also For the Willcox and the Phoenix Fairs. Tombstone, Ariz.. -July 19. It is the iretentlon of county fair commissioner Oscar K. Goll of this county to .send a mineral exhibit to the second annual fair to be held at El Paso In October He hopes to have it ready two weeks before the opening of the exposition. Besides an exhibit, at El Paso, one will j also be placed at the county fair to be neia at wincox, wmcn follows the El Paso fair, and at the Sixth Annual fair COLORADO VOTES ' NEW KOAD BONDS Texas Town Favors Issu ance of $30,000 Bonds to Improve Its Roads. Colorado, Tex., July 19. The road bond election carried in favor of bonds being Issued for $30,000 for the pur pose of building and improving the public roads of the independent road district. Crops are needing rain badly and unless rain falls in the next week crops will be almost a . failure in Mitchell county. The building for the new ice plant i and creamery is fast nearing comple tion. The construction is modern in every respect. The plant will be ready for work in G0 days. Miss Minnie Hanover has gone to Dallas, where she enters St. Paul sani tarium. Ed Dupree has returned from his old home at Mount Vernon, Tex. Congressman TV. R Smith has re turned home from Washington. D. C. Miss Bessie McMurray is visiting frleriu"? in Dallas. E. R. Honey has returned from Xiittle Rock, Ark. S ' Royall Smith attended the meeting of the State Bar association at San An gelo. Miss Julia McLure has returned home from Snyder, Tex., where she has been attending the Snyder Normal. Mrs. D. G. Ferguson and little daugh ter, of Dallas, Tex., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jeffries. Mrs. C. L. McDonald and children are spending a few days in Merkel, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Churchill have returned to Colorado to spend the sum mer. Miss Clara Reaville. jias gone to her old home in Austin, Tex., where she wjil spend several weeks. ! "nj. t.uMHa Sfnnom i ano-r,a her vacation at Cloudcroft, N. M. Mrs.. D. H. Snyder entertained with a 42 party in honor of her sister, Mrs. Klrkpatrlck, of San Angslo, Tex. Mrs. T. C. Turk, who ha3 been visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mc Lure, has returned to her home at Plateau. Mrs. W. A. Crowder has gone to California, where she will spend .he remainder of the summer. Mrs. L. E. Lassiter and little daugh ter have gone to Georgetown, Tex., on an extended visit. ' LOS AXGEL.ES GAS COMPANY 3IAY EXTER SAFFORD FIELD Preparatious.for Pioneer Day Enter tainment: Mnar Go to Mountains; Building Improvement. Safford, Ariz., July 19. A. W. Bal lard of the Pacific Gas and Electric company of Los Angeles spent several days here looking over the town with a view of installing a plant for his com pany. Thomas Hunley of the Shilo cattle ranges has shipped cattle from the lo cal pens to Globe. D. M. Simpson of Bisbee has gone to the Charlson saw mill in the Grahams, where his mother, Mrs. C. Wish, ts camping with his children for the sum mer. Thomas Bell has gone to southern Texas to visit relatives. Mrs. F. TV. Andrews has returned to her home at Artesia, after visiting rela tives at Globe. The Pima choir is making extensive preparations for the entertainment to be given. pioneer day. The young women of the church will hold a bazar the fol lowing day. Mr. and Mrs. E. TV. Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Birdno motored to Solo monville. Z. C. Prina has gone to Long Beach to join his family, who have been spend- lng the summer there. They will re turn home in August. i.i. j.i. uuuta nu, lemiueu irum u. two weeks stay at camp Inception. Among the visitors to the camp were: Paul Wilson, R. S. Patterson. Guy Houek, B. F. Thum and H. E. Anderson. J. A. Harldson Is having a temporary building put up on the rear of his lot on K street to be used for a tin shop until the cement building can be fin ished on the front of the Jot. Mrs. Geo. A. . Olney and Miss Zona Robinson have returned to camp Incep tion, after having spent several days in town. The ruins of the Thatcher flour mill, that was destroyed by fire two woeks ago, have been removed, the iron hav ing been shipped to the foundry at Tucson. Messrs. Webster have not an nounced what disposition will be made of the lot. A barley crusher will be erected "on a lot near the railwav sta tion. M. Nettie Phillips and children are spending the week at camp Incepti n, the guests of Mrs. Phillips's aunt, Mrt. George II. Birdno. Lloyd Mills has beefo the guest of h's aunt, Mrs. T. D. Morris, who has ;ust le turned from an extended visit with rel atives at Corpus Christ!, Texas. Geo. A. Olney, accompanied by his son, Dan, has gone to west Texas to buy cattle. . ' The rains throughout the southern part of the territory continue. ALTO SUPPLIES LUMBER FOR AUTOMOBILE BRIDGES Alto, N. M.f July 19. Lumber is being hauled from Alto to the Carrizozo-Ros-well automobile line for bridge purposes-Alto and surrounding country are re ceiving good rains every day. Claude Porter and family have moved here from Holoway. J. M. Stewart and family have gone to Las Palomas Hot springs. Oliver Jackson is in from Tularosa to look after his cattle. w SEVERAL CHAXGES IX DALHART BANK Dalhart, Tex.. July 19. J. E. Clarke, of the First National bank of Dalhart, and Eugene Adair, former bookkeeper, was appointed cashier, and R. L. Mc Millen appointed as kookkeeper. An Experts Opinion of Skin Diseases A prominent, national expert on skin dis'eases whose name you are familiar with says that In all his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as Eczema. Yet he does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema, itching skin dis eases, dandruff, pimples: blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp. Ho says that not only do its curative qualities make it popular but also the fact that it i-s a clean, liquid remedy for external use. A great Im provement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the genii life that causes the disease. ZEMO draws the germs to the surface and destroys them, leavina the skin clear and healthy. Can be fused freely on infants- Air. Knoblauch will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZMO and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure vourself at home with ZEMO. Knoblauch Drug Co. 'TELEPHONE LINE IS FINISHED TO CLINT. Alfalfa Sells at $13 Wvatt and Elliott Ship Krst Wheat. Clint, Tex., July 19. The toll line of the Trl-State Telephone company was completed to El Paso Monday. It is not possible for the ranchers to talk from their homes as yet, as the switch-board has not arrived. Several cars of alfalfa are being mar keted every day at this place and the price Is much better than a year ago, $13 being paid for choice hay. . TVyatt & Elliott shipped the firfet car load of wheat from this place this sea son to the El Paso Milling company. Tbe yield, while not so good as some, j made more than 20 bushels per acre. C. O. Coffin is having another pump ing plant Installed on his ranch? near here, wlure he reports the pear crop to be heavier than usual. Mr. and Mrs. Paul TVuerschmidt vis ited the former's mother at Ysleta. Karl Schairer has returned home from a business trip to California. Kent Steen has taken the position of night operator at the local telephone exohange. TV. H. Strahan has located at this place and will soon commence the erec tion of a residence on his lots in the north part of town. TV. D. Krebaum is having a large porch added to his ranch house near this place. J. R. Elliott is doing the ! work. Dr. Henderson is moving Into his new office on West Main street. TORREO.T" OFFICIALS QUIT THEIR OFFICES. Jefe Politico Resigns and Under Offi cers Follow Xo Kenson Is Given Letona Proves Progressive. Torreon, Mex., July 19. The jefe po litico of this city. Lie. Luis Garcla.de Letona, has resigned and Manuel Mar tinez Is in charge of the office. It has been rumored that Mr. Letona had sent in his resignation, but petitions were circulated asking that the resignation be not accepted. Mr. Martinez will re main in charge until the appointment The resslgnation of Lie Letona has caused a great deal of regret here and while no cause is given it is believed that his proposals for public Improve ments were bitterly opposed by some of the citizens. During his term of j office Mr. Letona has inaugurated many public institutions and Improvements. He has built new schools, reduced the high rate of taxation, improved the public parks, ordered the repair of sidewalks and was negotiating for the asphalting of the principal streets. Immediately upon learning of the resignation of the jefe politico the chief clerk Estanlslao Escalante, city treasurer Francisco J. Lozario, president of the city council Dr. Escobar, and others, tendered their resignations and It now appears that Torreon Is to have an entirely new set of officials. An j Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hill have returned apparently well founded report says j from an extended visit to Michigan, that a prominent attorney from Saltillo - Mrs. Sam Brown and family have re will receive the appointment as jefe turned to their home at Liberty. Mo. politico with power to name tht minor j J. Frank Newkirk, represented Ar officials. j tesla at the meetinrr of ths Republican :m fci V. vy, 5M limm IsilllPis ! Send for our interest ing booklet, "The Truth About Coca-Cola" Fresh, Clean, Natural Beauty Comes From the Daily Use of s Pink Blush Massage Nature's aid in promoting circulation, cleansing the pores of impurities and mak ing ni-m flesh. Banishes wrinkles, lines, sallownefcs and shiney complexion. A Large Trial Jar 10 Cents X To induce you to try this wonderful skin beautifier, I have arranged the Alfred. J. Ivrank Laboratories to distribute a limited number of trial jars. ?V REMEMBER. THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED- Don't fail to et a y jar of this wonderful t tain or regain your ARTESLV MAY" SELECT XOX PARTISAN DELEGATES Xevr Owner for 3inHnery Business; Banlc Enlnrges Quarters; Ar- mory Improvements. Artesia; N. M., July 19. A movement is on foot to send two nonpartisan dele gates to the constitutional convention. James D. TVhelan will probably be the Democratic candidate for delegate from the north part of Eddy county. Mrs. Oma Harper has purchased Airs. Callan's millinery and the tailoring es tablishment of Harpold & Co., and will occupy the storeroom east of the First National bankr H. G. Gray, assistant cashier of the State National bank, has resigned and gone to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Talbot have gone to Pine Lodge for a brief outing. E. V. Boddy, who was here several days in the interest of his cement com pany, has returned to Elida. Mrs. J. H. Jones, who has been here several months for her health, died. The body was sent to her old home at " hltewater, Kans. J. D. H. Reed left for Oswego, Kans. Miss Viola MacMjihon and her mother have gone to Kansas City for a short visit. A. C. Kelnath ana Martin Yates have gone to the Pan Handle. The law- firm of Osburne and Davis has been dissolved. Lockers are being installed in the arniory for Company C by Capt. Echols and Lieut. Clayton. The State National bank is enlarging its quarters and installng a new safe. S-. Citr. ,".x - - -I- - - C 'r !- .jCi S&2SS Sws&SSi zm m mm mm immz sws mm X Positively, it's a liquid breeze that "blows away heat and thirst and fatigue and touches particular palates with vigorous deliciousness. Delicious Refreshing 5c Everywhere THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Atlanta, l-B skin cleanser and beautifier, if you wish complexion. Knoblauch Drug Co. 300 Mesa Avenue territorial central committee at Santa Fe. Mrs. Mabel Wirt and son have depart ed for an extended trip .east by way of Galveston. . The degree team 4t the Odd Fellows -went to Hope to initiate some candl- date SAX AXTOXIO FAMILY RECEIVES IXHERITAXCE San Antonio, Texas, July 19. Mrs. Charles M. Smith and faminr, until this week in ordinary circumstances, find themselves heirs to $34,000 in cash, which is in a TvsJnk in Mexico. The information has just been brought to the family of the death of Charles M. Smith, husband and father, in Mexico, who leaves them sole heirs to his for tune. H was killed In a hand-car acci dent on the Southern Pacific. raijway of Mexico, near Teplc. Until five years ago Smith was a policeman in San An tonio, but he mysteriously disappeared. X'ETV ROSTVELL HOTEL XEARS C03IPLETIOX'. Roswell, N. M., July 19. The new hotel Mont Miller is nearing comple tion and work will be rushed so that it wiill be ready for occupancy by fall. The hotel when completed will cost $65,000 and the furnishings over 11,000! It is equipped C&roughout with steam heat, hot and oJd "water, pri vate phones, bath and toilets and elec tric elevator. The walls are solid con crete, reinforced with steel and iron. A huge electric sign at the .top, will extend from the front to the rear of the building. It will be the largest and highest electric sign in New Mexico. The hotel is being constructed by R. L. Mlller. Peach ice cream delivered after sup per. Phone the Elite. eamm not When you begin to think it's a personal matter ibetween you and the 'sun to which is the hotter, it's high time you bought yourself Thirst-Quenching Ga. X Cream with these trnl to re- TULAROSA NEWS NOTES . Tularosa, N. M. July 19. Father Migeon is at Las Cruces. Mrs. Bessie Harkness and Miss Ida. Harkness have gone to Cloudcroft. Hogul Hall has gone to Mexico for & pleasure trip. John Counts is visiting at La Luz. Dr. Lane and family are here from Las Cruces on their way to Ruido3a to spend the summer. E. B. Chapman is here from Silver City visiting his brother, TV. E. Chap man. Mrs. Linda Delworth and daughter. Gladys, who recently returned from Europe, are visiting her sister.'Mrs. D. D. Harkness. FALLS FROM STREET CAS, MAX" BREAKS COLLAR. BONIS Antonio Salas, at Hotel Dieu, is suf fering from a fractured collarbone as a result of a street car accident hx. Juarez. SaJas, who has spent raat of his days fighting bulls, was a Cha mizal street and Lerdo avenue waiting1 for the car and states that when it did, not stop he tried to cHmb aboard. Tha motorman says he did not see the pas senger. PEARS OX OFFICIAL OX TVAY TO MEXICO CITY E. M. Warren, a prominent employe of the Pearson syndicate, is at hotel Sheldon. Mr. TVarren came from th scene of the Pearson mills, building; ac tivities at Pearson, Mexico, and met Hiram C. Smith, director of the works After a consultation Saturday night. Mr. Smith went to Mexico City. DR. CARY RETURNS. Assistant county health officer French S. Cary returned Saturday from, a visit to Baltimore, Md., where he took a postgraduate course at Johns Hop kins university. Z see Whenever N &MSP!KKBlS aJP' MASSAGE CREAM vh SKIM CLEANER AHO BEAUTlfIER(4' you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola j at .rnoenix.