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EL PftSQ BUILDER
dies !i neco
Richard J. Baker Is Fatally
Hurt by Fall (Family
Asks For Body.
A message has been received by the
family of Richand J. Baker, a promi
nent El Peso building contractor, that
he had met death by an accident which
occurred Friday at the plant of the
Guanajuata Development company, at
Guanajuato, ilex., where he has been
employed for two years. In spite of
telegraphic appeals by the widow and
children, who live at 809 Myrtle ave
nue, no assurance of the disposition of
the body has been received.
Three telegrams told of the injury
to Mr. Baker's chest by a fall, of .his
critical condition, and the last of his
death at 11:30 Saturday morning. In
response to a message from the com
pany management stating that inter
ment would be attended to, the family
demanded that the body be shipped to
El Paso, or at least Juarez. But no
answer has arrived, either from the
mining officials or the American con
sul, who was also notified.
If no word Is received today the be
reaved family, the widow, two daugh
ters, and a son will depart tonight
for Guanajuato, a more than two days'
lourney. Grief at the death is being
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
319 San Antonio St.
Solicits Your Patronage
Capital Stock $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. F P. JONES, V-Pres
A. F. KERR, Cashier LEE H. CREWS, AssL Cash'r.
Why Not Use
Who Make Prompt
608 & 525
A. E. RYAN & CO.
BURTON-LHSGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS
Residence Awnings, Curtains, Etc "Everything That's Canvas."
All Work Guaranteed and at a Cheaper Price. Auto 1882
El Paso Sh
Cornices Bell 548 321 Texas
Skylights "Let us give you
Bell 769 L
C. a ZEEFER
Awning Shades and Curtains
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies, Auto.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Paso St. 2044.
I C E
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
202 Texas St.
STJRS1CAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
Mottled and pi DACA BPlfK f6 Messed Stock
Fire Brick &L T 3 J HL 1 1? f and Wire Cut Brick
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
AGQAQE and MOVING
,rWe're there in just a minute." Storage
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
sole agent for THE, EASY RUNNING WHITE
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
HI KTJ? W APT CASH 0R credit
. Lf. 5 1 Hi ff 4&EX 1 Bell 632, Auto 2106. 310 Stanton St.
Mail Orders Given Prompt
TWO CARS OF HOUSES FOR. SALE
Bell INTERNATIONAL STABLES Auio
618 213 S. Kansas St 1613
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPTL
increased by misgivings over the dis
position of the father and husband's
Erect Fort Bliss Buildings .
Of the El Paso contractors of a de
cade ago, few were as prominent and
successful as was E-ichard J. Baker.
Besides many minor building works,
residences and business houses, he was
chief contractor of the old Juarez smel
ter, and under government commis
sion erected the most of the Fort
Bliss buildings. He also built the
First Methodist church structure. His
greatest activities in El Paso occurred
from 15 to 20 years ago, for a num
ber of years under the firm name of
TVhitmore & Baker. Later Mr. Baker
engaged in construction work on the
Pacific coast in cities of Wyoming. Ore
gon and Washington. Also, he was en
gaged in construction work for Greene
Cananea properties, and was a minor
contractor in building the El Paso
Smelting company plant.
Mr. Baker has been engaged two
years as general superintendent of con
struction for the Guanajuato company.
At the time of his death he was erect
ing some aerial tramways. It has
been about a year since Mr. Baker vis
ited El Paso. His youngest daughter.
Miss Elsie Baker, received a letter
from her father last week, e.rranging
for her to visit him.
Many Relatives Survive. J
Mr. Baker was 57 years or age, born
In Pennsylvania. He came to El Paso
24 years ago. Surviving are the widow.
Miss Elsie, who lives at the family
residence; another daughter, Mrs. R. E.
Dalzell. of Kansas City; and one son.
Richard T. Baker, general foreman for
a local contracting concern. Also sur
viving are six sisters, Mrs. C. A. Houck,
the Phone ?
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Hade, Repaired and Exchanged. 1966
goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
g -" Anto
,212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
BELL 50; ATJTO 1050
208 S. EL PASO ST.
STORAGE AND MOVING
Bell 1 Auto 1001
and Packing by careful men at right price:
and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St.
700 Mesa avenue, the others living in
Pennsylvania and New Tork states.
Mrs. Delzell Is expected to arrive to
day from Kansas City, and probably
will accompany the family into Mex
ico, should no word be received.
SEX. HUDSPETH AXD FAIIT
LEAVE FOR RA.XCH AXD AUSTIN
Senator Claude B. Hudspeth left Mon
day evening with his family for Aus
tin to attend the special session of the
state legislature. Senator Hudspeth will
M02TEY AND METALS.
Xew YorK Quotations.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, July 11. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, Blgafe per
cent. Closing; Uuotations Today.
Bar silver, 55,.
Desilverized lead, ?4.354.40.
Copper, standard spot, $11-50 S12.00,
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) ?o-U0
Mexican dollars, 44 t..
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.)
Copper (wire bars) "
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.). , - - 1-J
Lead (London sales prices) .12, sll, a
Lead (New Xork sates prices) S.u
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Copper , x "
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving K. Farrlngton &
Co., New York.)
Consolidated Arizona 1
Grain and Provisions.
Cliicmro Grain. Close.
1 "sept"". . . - 51-1 1.02
Sept 22 .
Chicago Provisions. Close.
Sept 11.S5 11.S7
New York, N. Y., July 11. The cot
ton market was very steady during the
first part of the session, the traders
being more and more influenced by
the strengthening- position of the new
crop. There seems to be no material
improvements in the conditions over
the entire belt and the daily develop
ments seem to induce nll lower esti
mates of the crop. The mercantile crop
l ronnrt sa.vs that the total crop Is irac-
tionally less than 12,000,000 bales indi
cated. The condition in Texas is not
satisfactory. A prominent authority in
the special report on Texas says the
plant is small but is generally doing
well, and that all sections -of the state
need rain and some need it badly.
Speaking of cotton mills in North Caro
lina, John A. Daw, ' president of the
Saxon mills, at Spartanburg, S. C, one
of the largest spinning districts in
the south, says there will be the larg
est curtailment of cotton mills this
summer that has ever been known.
"V Cotton Quiet.
New Orleans, X.a., July 11. The
prices of cotton In both divisions of
the Liverpool market today are low
and a quiet tone is reported. Changes
in futures on this side are small, but
from one to three points above the
close on Saturday. The market Is not
particularly active and the volume
of trade was small throughout the ses
sion. The weather conditions show no
Liverpool. Eng., July 11. The trade
in spot cotton .here today was quiet
and while the sales are estimated at
5000 bales, the turnover was made on a
basis of two English points lower at
7.97d for American middlings, or $15.94
in American values. The imports were
1000 bales, including S00 American.
Futures opened quiet and rule quiet
on a range -of one-half to one English
j Spots Steady.
Galveston. Tex., July 11. Spots are
steady and unchanged; middlings,
14 13-16$; no sales were made today.
Kansas City "LItrrofiJc. CAoae.
Kansas City. Mo., July 11. Cattle
Receipts 13,000, Including 6000 south
erns; steady to 10c lower. Native steers.
$4.758.25; southern steers, $4.006.25;
southern cows. $2.50(9)4.50; native cows
.nd heifers. $2.50 7 00: stockers and
feeders. $3.255.50; bulls, $3.004.75;
H. D. Bowman,
The Bowman Bank & Trust Co.
Incorporated 191-0 Capital $100,000.00.
Successor to Bowman's Bank.
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
TULAROSA COPPER CO,
Company owns a lare deposit of monzonite (Porphyry) copper at
BfX i0lZTO') ?r Mec. 12 miles irom Tularosa station, and is com
pleting: the first -unit of ita concentrating mill, which will he in operation
by July 1st next.
Issued capitalization 550,0005.00 shares.' Controlling- interest held by
F. P. Kern, President Southern Iron & Equipment Company, Atlanta, Ga.
TSstBU? Efpato Yincent Wailace, Wallace & Summerhayes, 51&-20
Stock listed on JSTew York Curb. For quotations see Financial Coluam
We recommend the above enterprise as an investment of unquestioned
merit. , M
Onr 16 pajre boot, entitled "THE COPPER
SCRAP BOOK," cm request. Also .Weekly
Jilnlnj Market Letters.
FISCAX AGEXTS. LOOMIS
J 510-518 Guaranty Trut Uldjr.
stop at his ranch in Val Verde county
until July 17, when they will so to Aus
tin and remain until the special session
POPULAR IXSTALS TWO m0
An electric passenger elevator from
the basement to the second floor of the
Popular store is being installed. A
freight elevator is also to be installed
in he building.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
TON. calves, S3.758.25; western steers, $4.o0
(&7.50. western cows, $3.006.o0.
Hogs Receipts 7000; M.1!'.
Bulk, $S.608.S5; heavy. $8.oo8.bU,
packers and butchers, $8.608.S0; light,
SS.758.95; pigs. $8.508.75.
Sheep Receipts S000; 10c lower.
Muttons, $4.004.S0; lambs, $-00
8.00; fed wethers and yearlings, 4.Jo
7.50; fed western ewes, $3.7o4.o0.
Chicajro Hvemoen. Close.
Chicago, 111.. July 11. Cattle Re
ceipts 24,000; 1015c lower. Beeves,
$5.258.40; Texas steers, $4.7oy6.ou;
western steers, ?5.10S7.10; stockers
and feeders, $3.60 5.70, cows and aelt
rs, $2.756.8o; calves, $6.75S.oO.
Hogs Receipts 35,000; 1520c lower.
Light, $S.959.15; mixed, $8.509.o0;
heavy, $8.258.90; rough, $S.258.oO;
good to choice heavy, $8.509.50; pigs,
$S.S59.20; bulk, ?8.608.S5.
Sheep Receipts 40,000; 25c lower.
Native, $2.75g4.50; western, $2.604.40;
yearlings, $4.505.35; lambs, native,
$4.507.50; western. $4.607.25.
Fort "Worth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex., July 11. Cattle
Receipts 2700; hogs 1500. Steers steady,
$5.30; cows strong, $3.S0; calves higher,
Hogs Lower, $S.S0.
St. Louir Wool. Close.
St. Louis, Mo., July 11. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums. 1S
22; fine mediums, 1617; fine 1214.
Let us suggest a dainty frozen desert
Phone the EHte, anytime.
Committee Considers Buy
ing Overland Street Prop
ertv for the Site.
J. U. Sweeney, chairman of the hotel
committee -which has been completing
plans for the financing of a hotel pro
ject, has issued a call for a mass meet
ing' of property owners and merchants
at the chamber of commerce Wednesday
evening, July 20. Letters are being
sent out to the men who are interested
In the movement for a first class, mod
ern hotel In xaso. No subscriptions
are to be asked for at this meeting and
no bonus is to be raised. All the com
mittee will ask Is for an expression -ol-opinion
as to the desirability of the
Overland street site upon which It has
been proposed to build a modern cen
The committee which has the move
ment in charge ds composed of J. U.
Sweeney, chairman; W. C. Davis, J. W.
Fisher, James Magoffin, Phil Young,
H. B. Stevens, William Fenchler. Paul
F. Hammett, and L V. Berrien, A.
Schwartz, H. T. Ellis and Beverly
G. Thomas. The present plan is to pur
chase the entire block between El Paso
and Oregon streets facing Overland
street. Upon this the hotel will be
erected on the north half, leaving the
remainder to be disposed of by the ho
tel company at Its increased value after
the hotel is completed.
The hotel building will have a front
age of 200 feet on Overland street with
entrances on El Paso and Oregon streets.
The building will be 100 feet deep with
a line of store rooms facing the three
streets and a large basement below for
a rathskeller and cafes. The lobby will
be on the main floor with entrances on
to the three streets and a battery ot
elevators running to the nine floors
The plan for financing the project is
simple. The subscriptions of those di
rectly interested in the erection of the
hotel will be used to purchase the site.
A further subscription will then be
asked to finance the hotel building, a
mortgage on the entire property to be
used to raise the remainder of the mon
ey necessary to build ajid furnish, the
BERKSHIRE MAKES INSPECTION.
Frank W. Berkshire, supervising in
spector of Immigration of the Mexican
border, has returned from the Pacific
coast- Mr. Berkshire has been inspect
ing the California district, recently
added to "his Jurisdiction, and forming
a complete border territory from gulf
to coast. Unification of the two dis
tricts is well under way. Mr. Berk
shire has made no changes in the
coast territory department.
JANITOR HAS VISIONS.
Jones, The Herald janitor, while run
ning the electric elevator in fThe Her
ald building Sunday night, got the big
cage fastened half way between sta
tions and saw visions-of spending the
remainder of the night in the elevator.
He was rescued by one of the employes
of The Herald.
R. E. McBride,
About 98 Miles irom EI
Paso on tlte EI Paso &
Northeastern Et. R.
IRVIHG K. FARRmOTCH & GO,,
EstabVahed 1900. 37-13 Wall St.. New York Cttr.
1 Paso, Texas
FOR A HOTEL
All afternoon and evening trains are
reported on time.
Ne-w Haven, Conn., July 11. There
were seven accidental drownings in
There are many good things to eat In
Jackson's delicatessen. A trip to that
department will Improve your appetite.
Dr. CsMireron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
Liquor License Expire.
About 100 of the retail liquor and
malt licenses expired Sunday and were
renewed Mondaj', requiring all the time
of the county clerk's office and the
Clean AVMte Aspnragus
The canned asparagus we are selling
for 30 cents a can of 2 pounds Is se
lect asparagus and very nice.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Washington, D. C, July 11. The
weather bureau predicts that moderate
ly higher temperatures will prevail dur
ing the week In the gulf states and warm
weather will continue In the region west
of the Rockies.
When you want something to eat that
is just a little better than you've been
having, phone 353 and you'll get It.
Dr. W. it. WeeliA, 711 Texas street.
Oyster Bay, N. Y July 11. Sunday
calm hung over Sagamore Hill today
and Theodore Roosevelt enjoyed It. He
went to church Sunday morning and
spent the rest of the day reading, loung
ing on the veranda and walking
through the woods of his estate.
The fruits and vegetables at Jack
son's Sanitary Grocery are absolutely
sanitary in every respect. Their new
way of keeping them disposes of all dirt
dust and flies. Phone 353.
Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to
11 a. m., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Miners to Chihuahua.
E. F. De Vore, a mining engineer,
and James Finch, a prominent mining
man of Douglas, Ariz., after two days'
visit In El Paso, left over the Mexican
National railway Sunday night for Chi
huahua. They -will inspect some min
ing propertlen the eastern part of the
state of Chihuahua. -
The Best Iced Tea.
Is that made from Chase, & Sanborn's
special blend. A pound will prove our
Jackwon'n Sanitary Grocery,
Halifax, N. S., July 11. A hurry call
for troops was received here last night
on account of an outbreak of rioting at
the Cumberland coal and railway col
lieries at Spring Hill, N". S., where more
than 2000 men, all members of the Unit
ed Mine "Workers of America, have been
on strike for morj- than a year.
C. L. BillingtoB, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Good butter is Sedgwick' creamery
butter. Jackson's. Phone H53.
Gold Coming Back.
"Washington, July 11. Belief is ex
pressed by the treasury officials that
the import movement of gold from Eu
rope will approximate $40,000,000 by
Chrlstmas. -During the last fiscal year
the United States was drained of coin
and bullion to the extent of more than
A little bit better foods for a little
bit less money is the way we treat our
Cutting Down Expenses.
Washington, D. C, July 11. More
than $10,000,000 reductions In the post
al deficit was made in the first nine
months of the fiscal year just ended.
Such a reduction is unprecedented in'
the history, of the department. The de
ficit for the 9 months was $2,709,000,, as
against $12,832,000 in the same period
of the preceding fiscal year.
A Summer Drink.
There is no drink that cools and re
freshes one as does "Welch's Grape juice.
It is non-alcoholic and seems to quench
the thirst quickly.
Jackum'M Sanitary Grocery,
Big- Trees Saved.
Visalia, Cal., July 10. The forest fire
which has been burning: in the Sierra
slopes near General Grant national
park, and which entered the forest of
giant trees, 50 miles east of here, is
thouglit to be under control. Back firing-
has ben resorted to in order to' save
the big: trees, and it is planned to corral
the fire between two creeksr
There is no article of food that ap
peals to the inner person these hot days
as does that cool Cottage Cheese we
have every morning. It is home made
and just about the most delicious cheese
you ever ate. l
Jackson's Snnltnry Grocery,
Back Prom a Hunt.
County engineer Herbert Nunn and"
wife, of 606 Montana street, Mrs. Chas.
H. Whitmone of "White Spur and C. A.
Brann have returned from a two weeks'
hunting trip in the Sierra Madres. on
which they were accompanied by R. R.
Nunn, who will come to El Paso In a
few days from Casas Grandes, where he
has been employed in the engineering
department of the Mexico Northwestern
3 Can Good Corn 25 Cents.
TVe have some real nice canned corn
we are selling 3 cans for 25 cents. It
i? just as good corn as some grocers sell
for 20 cents a can.
Jaqksoii'.H Sanitary Grocery,
AT JUAREZ, MEXICO
Inocente Robles. a -Mexican workman
about 30 years of age, was shot and
killed Sunday in the outskirts of Ciu
dad Juarez. John Munoz. his friend,
is held by the court of letters pending
an investigation of the case. The au
thorities believe that Robles met death
by accident from a revolver in the
hands of his friend. Munoz says he
was showing his weapon to Robles and
that it exploded by accident. The ball
penetrated the man's abdomen, caus
ing sudden death.
PYSTER'SGG D GR
Cor. Kansas & Boulevard
Phones ; 884, 844, 823, luio Phone : 1691
The only Strictly Cash Grocery in El Paso. We can
save you money on your groceries, because we have no
accounts tolcse, no solicitors, no collectors and no book
keepers to pay.
"Watermelons, extra fine lot, per lb 1 l-2c
Yalley Cantaloupes fresh every morning, 3 for . . . .25c
Alberta Peaches, per basket 25c
J?ine Tomatoes, per basket t 35c
Wild Goose Plums, 8 lb. baskets 50c
New California Grapes, per lb 15c
Green String Beans, 2 lbs. for 15c
California head lettuce 2 bunches for 15c
Green String Beans 2 lbs. for. 15c
Beets and turnips, 3 bunches for 10c
Tewr celerv, extra nice, per bunch 15c
1 New cooking apples (Large
Good hot or cold B. & M.aked beans, 6 cans tor. .zoc
Good hot or cold B. & M. baked beans, large cans
Extra good lemons, per dozen 20c
Kellosr's Corn Flakes or Post Toasties, 3 pkgs for . .25c
I Puffed Rice, per pkg
Puffed wheat, per pkg J-Uc
Shredded wheat, 2 pkgs for 25c
Grape Nuts 2 pkgs. for . - si 25c
Scotch or Quaker oats, per pkg 10c
Large pkg. Gold Dust 20c
4. lb. bulk starch for 25c
6 bars Swft's White Soap for .25c
7 bars Swift's Pride soap for 25c
3 boxes Swift's or Dutch Cleaner for 25c
4 large rolls toilet paper for 25c
5 gal. best gasoline for 85c
5 gal. best Eupion oil for 80c
11 lb. large white new potatoes for , 25c
3 lb. best head rice for 25c
EYSTER'S CO. D. GROCERY
The Store Thai Saves You Money
Cor. Kansas & Boulevard
GIRL. HATPIN AND
CLUB ROOT BOLD
Miss Edna Scotton, 609 Ari
zona Street, a Satur- -dav
Slabbing a man with a lqng hat pin
and at tne same time smashing him a
heavy blow with a three pound indian
club, Edna Scoiton, me sixteenyearold
daughter of Frank Scotton, 609 Ari
zona, street, drove a masked burglar
away from the Scotton home Saturday
night before :e had an opportunity to
enter the house.
Mr. and Mrs. Scotton had gone down
town with their small -son Saturday
evening, leaving the little girl In the
house alone. About S:30 oclock ihe tele
phone bell rants- and a strange voice
asked for Mrs. Scotton. Upon being in
formed that she was with her husband,
the stranger hung up the receiver.
Shortly after this, the girl heard the
door on the Arizona street side of the
house open. Instinctively she took a
long hat pin from her hat and with a
thrpe nound indian club in her Iert
hand, she went to discover who was
opening the door. As the door swung
open she was confronted with a masked
man, apparently an American, wearing
a large light colored hat, a soft white
shirt and dark trousers. He was with
out a coat.
"Without waiting to ask what was
wanted .the girl stabbed at the man
witn the hat pin, sticking it into his
side. She also swung the Indian club
and smashed him on the -side of the head
with it. Not caring for more of the
same treatment, the man turned and
ran down Arizona street. No trace of
him could be found by Mr. Scotton after
ha returned home with Mrs. Scotton.
Robbers Steal Beer.
Houck & Dieter's bottling works at
the corner of Fourth and Chihuahua
streets was burglarized Sunday night,
the robbers securing two cases of beer,
also a quarter of a keg of beer. En
trance to the building was effected
through a window in the rear of the
establishment. The case has been, re
ported to the police who are, working
on a clew.
MAN AT LAS CRUCES
FACES MURDER TRIAL
Santos Lopez Held on the
Charge of Killing Charles
Las Cruces. X. M., July 11. The pre
liminary hearinir of Santos Lonez,
charged writh the killing of Charles Sib
ley on May 7 at Hill's ranch, was held
at the courthouse before justice of the
peace Manuel Lopez. He was bound over
to the erand jury with bail fixed at
Lopez was working some land for Sib
lev on the Hill ranch and some misun
derstanding came xva about the use of
the ditches for irrigation. According to
a voluntary conversation of the defend
ant -with sheriff Felipe Lueero Sfblev
told Lopez to come to his house and he
would settle the matter. Lopez went to
the hoxise. and seeing Sibley buckle on
a cartridge belt and reach for his rifle,
Lopez got his rifle. Oomincr Ixv-k. the
two men fired almost simultaneoulv
with 30-30 rifles. Lopez received a 1
and Good cookers), 6 lb 25c
wxund in the left arm and Sibtec was
.shot in tihe abdomen.
f - fe.TTv mutind -rr4- rn. n I r. -
which entered, according to postmortem,
examination, below the ribs, comm'- out
at the chest and entering under the chin,
coming out at the top. of bis he-ad- It
is thought thar. this wound came from
the dead man's own mm as he fell.
Telephone Connections to
Clint Wire for Coast
El Paso will be connected -with Clint
and the lower valley by long- distanca
telephone -toll line before the end of
the week. The copper circuit toll line
of the Tri-State Telephone company has
been completed into Clint and will bn
connected with the Clint exchange
which has 75 connections in the valley
town and the country surrounding ft
It will then be possible to talk with,
lower valley residents through the Ion?
distance department of the local Tri
Two cars of heavy copper wire for
the coast extension of the Tri-State
company's toll lines have arrived bv
way of Galveston and the Rock Island,
and will be distributed over the first
leg of the line between El Paso and
RAIN SAVES LAS
CRTJCSS MELON CROP
Las Cruces, X. iXL, Jidy 11. The
drouth Iras been broken for the Mesrlhi
valley and surroundinc: hills. Sunday
afternoon a heavj' rain fell and from
all appearance it was a general one.
The ditches, lyhich have been dry for
scleral davs. are runnin"- with . cmrxl
ihead of nvater. Tins rain caane in Ood
time, as the melon crop would have
been hurt verv materially in a short
i time. "
Tbf &if gesf Poultry Fa id Manufacture
la tht worft Try a bag erf fafe fw.
PUBlftA SCRATCH FEED
Makss Htns Lay
PUH1HA CHICK FEED
Stvts Bby CMsics
(AJwayi In CfeMkirtMrd Bas)
FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
COL. PURJMA y&J