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General New Mexico News
: I'. M.l 'UN 1 III.!. II
and Develnnmsnt Notes
THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M, MONDAY, JULY 27. 1914.
ton m i noon moil prot;iriiMriw
liiiiill'li llliiii-ii.'.i i ! 1 I l!h::l
::i:ii"!!i:nii :H:i ! .Hini !!
Thn psrtlcularly lucky forger, w ho
lias bean living at ease lor seversi
months by representing himself aa
Morgan Uvlngston anil ha National
Pank of Carlsbad aa hla depository,
waa heard from again last weak, the
word coming aa uaual In tha form of
a fifty dollar hog us draft, cashed at
Kusselville, Arkanaaa. Thla la about
tha fifteenth of these draft which
lha forger haa cashed through New
Mexico, Teas. Oklahoma and Arkan
aaa. A III tlr dsnghter of J. A. Luker, of
near Melrose waa bitten by a rattle
snake lnt week, l'rom attention
saved tha child's life. Tha crop of
tattlers p Nfw Mexico thla year
seems In he on tha same abundant
scale aa all other rropa and a consid
erable number of vK'tltni have been
D. K. Troglcr, representing the tilln
Investment company of lK-nvrr
bought tax dceda to lamhe In uusy
rounty laat week to the ainounl of
13, Ml. 4k and running Into severs!
thousand scree. He la in !anla Itoaa
thla week to hid on tlmiilHlupe county
land expected to tie aold for taxes.
Tha atnte department of education
baa sent II32H.X to tha treasurer at
Viuay county, In response to applies
llona fur aid from the atate aid fund
for school districts not alile to pay for
the required five montha of school.
Thin amount made up ahortagea In
Uuay county districts ranging from
fit to 1110.
t'p to date the preaent Juty holiit
the record aa the wettet month on
the weather rerorda of New Mexico.
In Itaton more than 10.7 Inrhea of
tain have fallen during the month
and more than S3 Inchea alnce Jan
uary at, breaking all rerorda for
rainfall alnce the opening of the
weather atatlon at that point. Oen
erslly the aame proportion la expect
ed to hold when the rainfall aum.nary
for tha month la complete, over prac
tically the whole atate.
Architect' pinna and epecincatlona
bave ben completed for the proposed
new 1.1. "Oft hotel at Demlng to be
built by local men. A Missouri life
Inauranca cominy ha agreed to
make aubatantlal loan un the prop
arty. J. J. Alberta. Texaa manager for
tha I'ecoa valley distributor, la ao
Impressed with the crop of Mania, or
fpanlah onions In Ihv, floawell dls
trk't that ha expecta tn arrange to
ahlp tha crop In car bta. He eatl
matea a total of St car of the onto'
which la conaidered tha flneat grown.
Tyrone, tha new townalta of the
rhelps-Dodg company, to ba eidsb
llebcd In connection with the opera
tion of the company'a huge copper
holding, to which a railroad la now
telng built from Whitewater, (Irani
county, will ba formally opened "
about (0 daya. The camp, It la aald.
will have a population of from eight
tn ten thousand within a year. The
rhelpa-Dodge company' oerilon
are expected to be on a baala quite
eriual In thoee of the grant Chlno
Mra. Maud M. Noel, daughter of
I'r. A. . Hicka of Mrlroee. N. M , la
winning lame In art In Pari. A re
cent numlvr of the I'arla edition of
thr New Vrk Herald says:
Tha annual exhibition of aculptura
and other objects of art by American
woman waa opened yeaterdav after
noon at the American Art Students
club, 4 Rue de Chevreuse.
A prlxa of fr. for sculptors of
frred by Mrs. Whltelaw Raid waa di
vided between Mra. Harry Payne
Whitney, who ehowe two ple re In
bronae, and Mrs. Maud M. Noel, who
show two decorative heada and "A
Th work of both prlxe winners to
xecutrd with strength snd grace.
Robert Bhort, motorman at the coal
nines at Van Hmilen. near Raton.
as accidentally eloctrocuted Wed
tieeday evening Juat outalde the
mines. While changing tha trolly, In
soma mannor, a short circuit w cre
ated and the current pawned through
bia body, killing htm Inslsntly. Rob--art
Short waa about 21 )aara old and
It la reported that th Wild Cat
which will ba a double ISO fool steel
opan. The loweat bidder waa lha
Mlaaourl Valley Uriels and Iron com
puny which hid I7.20S for the bridge
with a concrete floor and Ij.lOV for
a wooden floor.
John II. White, formerly a railroad
man running nut of Demlng haa filed
suit for ISO. two riamagra agalnat the
Atchison, Tnpeka end Hants Fa rail
way, alleging that ba was thrown un
der a baggage car at Iteming, while
attempting to effect a coupling of
cars. He wae employed aa a switch
man and attributes the accident to the
slleged negligence of the defendant
The mines In the vicinity of tlallup
have already begun to Increase their
force of workmen for getting out the
winter supply of coal. The mine
bave oeen called upon to employ a
much larger force of men during the
summer than la uuh thla year, and
from present Indications will employ
a larger number of men during the
ci.mln winter than ever before. They
have had to work the full force sev
eral Kunday lately, which la unusual
during the aummer.
United States Marshal and
Former State Chairman De
clares Nothing can Stop the
WILL GET BIO VOTE
i Rest of the County Conven
tions Lined up for Early
Days of August and Cam-
paism Preliminaries are
There are 405 acres of cotton In the
That the Democratic party will
win a sweeping victory 'n the atate
thla fall, la the prediction of I'nitrd
I Hates Mural)! A. II. Hudspeth, for-
Otis dlHtrict of the Csrlabad project , mrr halrniau of tha Democratic
this yesr. Moat of It Is In fine condl- mate committee and one of the beat
lion nnd with proapecta of good ! informed men In the state. In sn
prices this fall, the planter are not
worrying over an occnalonal shower.
interview given out In lemlng last
Week Mr. Hudspeth said:
"Covering the state a 1 do. I am
D. 8. Miller and Isaac Knight hnve'alile to keep In pretty clone touch
Durchaaed the hualncHa of Keller. Mil-1 with the men whose political opln
i-r a fn of llillshnra and I.ak Val- lotia are worth while, and from all
l.u anl will hornnflxr run uoclor the the present Indication 1 feci cotifl
name of Miller A Knight. The new J dent that the fall elections will result
Daughter of Accused Woman
Proves Damaging Witness
at Preliminary Hearing in
proprietors have been connected with
Keller. Miller ft Co.. since Its establishment.
In a magnificent victory for the
Democratic- party. 1 have not heard
a single adverse criticism of the atnte
officiate or of our congressman that
cannot be traced directly to some
dteappolnted office seeker, and the
general tendency aeeina to he to aup
The negotiation between the own
era of the Maxwell Irrlguted I-and Co..
on cna srnnic.ee nc.oen ..j- rar. "",, .... ,.,., ..iiv in
r. Vail of Pueblo. Colo.. Were rloaed ,h( ,hll, ho drmrtf. , t,rry
In Colnrsdo HprlnRa. Colo. Lint week. . ,ut a regarda the election of a
and Mr. Vail and hla aaaoclatea are ,.,..,. c ik , .,. Mr Kar-
nnw tha ownera of the Maxwell lrrt-1 gUHWin re.cr, ted without any very
gated uenct u, ins Mitxaeu iownice r1UB lp,MM,itn. He hss done good
Co.. and the Maxwell Hitch snd Kts- wrK , Wahlngtin. und that In
ervolr Co.. all at Maxwell. N. M. The ,, f ,h fi., ml h h. ,Tvn
directors of the land company are grp-liy handicapped In being the aole
John F. Vail, V. U Pltmer. James I. reircaentHllve of the state at the
Cowan. K. V. Bprulll and J. W. pre- tapital. He has had to Imndlo sill of
ton. The officers sre John V. Vail. 'the stele patromige snd U bus been
president: C U Pltmer. vice preal-1 extremely difficult f'r him to aatinfy
dent, and R. D. Kpruill, secretary- J all of the claims that have been put
treaaurer. C. I Dltimer la the new forward by people who felt that
general manager with headquarters they were entitled to recognition f"f
at Maxwell. He haa appointed C. ft. , their aervlcea. Mr. Kerguicon has
f?aae assistant general mansgcr, snd done the beM he could and the re
chief engineer. No changes In the suits of the appolntetita that he hu
employes hsve been nod, snd none ' been Instrumental In tiiHking have
sre contemplated unlesa It la found ; Juatlfied bio choke In every caae. The
that the company has more men e- I Repuhllcana aipear to be aelecting
ployed than It needa. The capital poor political timber for their ticket,
stock of the company will be Increa-1 and In the run of one of their moat
ed from M.SA.oflO to l.2.'.n.s, which I prominent candidates 1 urn pcaMttve
w ill give the company smple mesne that hla nomiiiatlon aa congressman
for carrying on snd enlarging Its bu- "HI result In the whole ticket being
ineea The Hebron reaervolr Wll be J nauiy acieaien. even tnougu me reac
rebuilt as soon aa conditions will per
tnrisbad, N. M. July 25 The
hearing of Mr. Hrown, charged with
inunlerlng niS Iteed, opened
promptly at I m. nnd lasted until
late this evening. The stale Intro
duced about ten witnesses. The d'
fcne offered none.
fleoree McCollum Snd Robert
Means told of finding the body of
lieed. Other witnesses described the
joxiuun of tha body, which wua lying
partly they sabl. on the side, the left
band outstretched holding two play
leg cards, the rlKht nearly under the
Herd was shot In the bark of the
heml. The gun Introduced was runty,
rcnlidtilng five shells, one having been
Deputy Sheriff John Xlowart ar
icMed Mra. Hrown at He hermeyer's
I'ome. At ths lime she had her cloth
li g in a sack.
Witnesses tefttltled that there hat
been III feeling between Reed and
Schermeyer. The last and stay wit
neaa was Viola Hrown, aged elaht
years, daughter of the accused. Tha
Ccfense made vigorous objection to
introducing tne eniiii as s witness,
the court overruling the objection.
Hhe waa prevent at the killing nnd
lulil that Reed hnd called that morn
ing. Hhe stated Hint he has been or
dered tn stay on his side of the hl'l.
ffe hud been bunging sround. They ,
bad packed their clothes In a flour
sack and prepared to leave. While
playing cards Reed came buck. Her ;
mo. her got P and Reed got In the
gnme with the two girl when she
got the gun and shot Reed In the
heed. The girl testified that they
then went to the Hehermeyer home
and found thoae people away from (
The court bound Mrs. ' rown over"
tn action of the grand Jury, fixing the
bobd at $7. 60(1. KfTorta are being
made to make the bond. i
GHWES COUNTY TO
mil and tha policy of the company
will tn progreaslve.
FOR 1913 BREAKS
New Mexico one of Twelve
States which Established
New High Production
Marks for the Year.
The production o coal in the Unit
ed Htatea haa again broken all pre
vious records, the output for 111
being stU.tm.m short tons, which
Is conalderably more thsn double tha
production of mua and mora than
sight limns the pioduclion of 10,
according to a statement Just Issued
by the I'niied Hlates geological sur
vey, from figures compiled by Kd
ward W. Parker, coal statistician.
The vulus of the coal mined In It 11
Is given as I H0.4SI. i 5.
Compared with tha previous year
Laaains company of White Osks the outout for 113 sh"ws an in-
contemplates putting electricity tnluj crease of J&.asl.&tl tons, or nesrly T
C'arilaoxo, both for light and power, por cent. The Increased activity In-
ci Rated by these figures waa well dia-
Jamea O. Clifford closed a deal last Irlbutud throughout the Z coal-pro-week
by which he haa sold his ttt-acr duclng statea. It of which ahowed In
fari.1 two miles south of Artesla to B. irea.es and only decreased procluu
r McKsddan, The consideration was Hon, the docreaae In one of theae
t lot cash. Mr. Ulrtord has another! Colorado being due a"lly to labor
forty Ijlng north of ths Muncy farm I trouble. Of those showing Increase,
east of ths Atoka .pur which Is unlm- rmule record ylel.la. and Penn.yl
provsd. Mr. McKsdden hss ooen vsnta. the leading coal atate. broks
.i-.it- i...nrov.menta on 1 records III both bituminous and anlh-
.k. ..!. ivina waa. nf Art. .la and ra. lie production
near ths farm Just purcbaaed.
Tha aiatea which broks all for
mer revurds In coal production were
. i .. L' .... t ... L u Umilitnii VhW
Qu.ntln Itoowvell. .on of he ,. (,w,ehlfc p,n.yl-
mous colonel, .pent yesterday at Vr?tnj)4 ,n(1
Fsrmlngton snd la expected to arrive Vlf(llll. Th. Urgr ,ncr,s,
hers this afternoon, tomlng via the j prodiM tlon of bituminous ccail
saddle, say ths Durango Democrat. I (n r(uyviin, h.r. U,,ii..
The Roosevelt scion arrived In Karm-l72 . added to the output of
of the men on U are good men
"Hugh H. Willisms. the cundnlate
for the atute corporation cotnmia
slonersbip, will give sny cf his op
ponents a hot race, aa he haa a
strong following among the railroad
men of th slate, and he will also
poll a iurgu nunilier of vote, here In
hla home county.
'Where, the licpuhlic an are going
to fall clown and lose a l"t of voles
Is In their eager seeking stlvr the
votes nf the native New Mexicans,
and their willlnttncHs to put anyone
on their ticket who, tliev think, will
be sble to deliver the Kpaninh vote,
and I am counting on this to help
the Deluocrala greatly."
PIIKI.1MI Alt I I'M KOII I- AM,
CAMPAIGN NW XMPI.I-rrK
Preliminaries for the tall campaign
now ale practically complete. Dates
lor all of the county conventions of
both parties have been fixed unci
with the fixms of the date for the
Progressive etiMe convention lust
week, the drswlng of the lines for
the start in the big race la done
County convention dictes Hot hereto
fore rcrurled by The Herald huve
been fixed aa follows:
Lincoln county, Democratic; con
vention, CarrUoso. August
Luna county MH'Umm lu'li. conven
tion, Denting. Affgust .
Otero county Democratic conven
tion, Alamogordo, August ; prelim
inaries. August 1.
Uuadalupe county Democratic con
vention, funta Uosa, Augu.l 3.
Curry county Democratic conven
tion, flovla, AuguNt lu; precinct pll
maries. Auguat fc.
U. T. Klaek. lawyer of Uoswell.
announces hi. tundldacv for the
lieniocraUc nomination for the legia-
luture. la-fore the primaries on Aug
ust 4. He makes a flat declaration
for low county salarlea snd an
nounces thst if elected hu will sup
port ths policies of Governor Mc
Donald. Kobert Love of Carlsbad has for
mally announced his candidacy for
the Itigialuture trom hddy county.
This nuikes four strong nun who are
In the field for the feddy county
aominutioti, the others who have
previously announced being Dr.
fkeen of Artekla, and tluy Heed and
Attorney Dow of Carlabud.
Republican Convention in Ros
well Last Week Names
Eighteen of the Faithful to
Attend Santa Fe Convention
'!'' ff '
"Hit" at ths
Every day of the hac ball season a thousand ball games are played
throughout tne United Statesand hundreds of thousands of "fans"
enjoy ''Dull" Durham hand-made cigarettes while they watch the
names., "Bull" Durham has become a part of the National Game.
Millions of "fans" would no sooner think of sitting through a ball
game without rolling "Dull" Durham, than they would think of
seeing "a circus, without.', peanuts.
(Enough or'.forty hand'fnada cigarette in each Se tack)
"Ilull" Durham is a d'utinctivt form of tobacco enjoyment. The
mellow flavor and fresh fragrance of "Bull" Durham hand-made ciga
rettes attord complete, healthful and
Iastin!faf7ffdrAn "Roll vmirown."
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lug (,vuci, w7 tj iun
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end a Book of cisarette
pepen, will both b mailed
to you, fru, on postal t
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F R 0 P.! WRECK
f Sseetsl Ctf egaaleaee la Ike nersldl
Knsweil. N. M.. Julv 23. Chaves
countv'a handfull f faithful Kepiitill
ran held a mass ennvention In the
cnunty rnurt house here yemerdiiy, at- '
tended hy alaiut all the avallahle Hp- '
publican material In the county, and ,
aftor hearing sfeerhrs from Nathan CllSS. LrOSDy SWattl Hearing
.1 .iff a. formpr secretary of stiite. ami
the offering on the party sltur at the
last pnnsreasliinal elertlon. and from
U O. KUllcn. former dlatrlct attnrney
hpre, dnrlilcd to send a ddesatlnn In
tho slate Itc-lMthllrn ronventlon In
Fanta Ke unlnhtrurted. II had heen
pnnfldenlly expe-eted that the delega
tion Would ho tnstrtii-ted for W. II
Andrews, unci l Is hellrvrd thit a ma
lorliy of them favnr his nomlnatlo'i ;
l-ut there are some gentlemen on the
delegation. It la underatnod. who
rouldn't fiartlrlnata In the proceed
ings If Andrews were plrkrd an
C'hnvvs routily's favorite son.
The convention, decided to hold iin
oiher session on August 2fth when
vanrtiilatea for the l-solature will
named; this being a formality held to
he necessary to proper maintenance
nf a party organisation. fCkshleen
delegatea were elected to Panto Fe.
with half a vole each, aa follows:
riark Pllley. U O. Fullen. N.ithan
Jaffa, O. O. Aidcren. O. H. Downer. It.
K. Fleming. J. H. llervey. If J. llg
erman. Will Johnson. Hurry Thorne,
Jaffa Miller. T. Tlllotaon. A, l".
Oarrett. ?r. H. A. Ingalla. A. II.
Hockafcdlow. Ir. Austin l. Trllo.
Italph Vandcrwort, and Meldrum
Ingloit yesterday front Oallup. over
land, accompanied by the Wetherlll
doys as guides, snd will ride Into Du
rango, and perhaps out ' of It. His
pack outfit will srrtva hers today hy
freight. Tha younger Hoosevelt wss
not prone to conversation while In the
Farmliigton town, and so far as
known his trip Is simply one of sight
seeing and adventure.
Kmma K. Burleson, sister of Post
nasisr Ueneral A. H. Hurleson, will
spend severs! day visiting la Cloud-
nott. Miss Burleson la from Austin,
Tha slit engineer's office hss ths
bids for ths construction of th su
perstructure ' of ths Mora uounly
bridge, known No. 1, at Wstroua,
HI 3. Went Virginia showed ths sec
ond largest gain, i.ili.i ton, and
Kentucky the trtiict largest gain.
12. 7 ton, which was alo the
lu r .. i..ri'.nl.,. . i f In.TMM.
amounting to II per cent, of all the Kn here. Mora county has this year
Important eoal-produclng elates. In- l'al acreaso of aound wheat to ba
diana was fourth. Illinois ffth. Ohio 1 harveeted of ..fit acres. This is ths
nih. and Alabama aeventh. White lurgeet acreage on record and th
SEVEN THOUSAND ACRES
OF WHEAT IN MORA
COUNTY THIS YEAR
Hoy. X. M . July ST. According lo
estimates made by the Hpanlah-Amer
the total Increase waa very large as
figured In tons, ths percentsge 1
what may be considered normal and
I Indicative of healthy Industrial activ
ity throughout tha country.
The handle of a new cane for men
reaernblea a golf slick and contains acres.
receptacles for clgarsltee and matches
v erase yield per acre will break all
former records. The reiairt coer
only landa near the railroad and It 1
Olttdeoj among lha farming dlatrlct
Mills, 4 17 acres; Hoy. 1.117 acres;
Kola no. Hi acres; Mosiiuvro, k!l
Torrent and Flagged Crack
Train Just Before it Went
Into Washed Oat Bridge
According to the llolhrook. Arls ,
news, ht town h.m sn unrewarded
hero In the person of t'lwrles Cros
by, who ih.iiii r.iKl'i riser and
flagged Hie l-untd Fe I 'uliforolit llm
Iteil jiutl la lore it crashed Into a
w .chcU out li kIhc laal week. The
"An incident occurred on the af
ternoon of Friday, between 4 and 5
o'clock, which makes a hero of Chan.
t'riwbv. whvu he swsm his horse
through the llili k und turlmleut cur
rent of the 1'uerio wai-h and ll.tKk'e'1
No. 3, the Sniitii Fu llnilted. and pre
vented it from going throi'sh liridge
A If-'J. thus perhiipa suing nmny
lives and a great deal of iliinuiRe nnl
ckpeincu to the ricilroud compuny. It
In slated thill thla Is the set mid tun"
Mr. Crosliy tins saved a Kant. 4 Fe
train from going into the did-h. hut
ao far, it la also stuted. tho company
i or any of It" olficcis hc even
thanked Mr. Crosby.
J. C. BALDRIDGE LBR. CO. 423 S. 1st St. Phone 402
7. 1!. IIAIIi! GO.
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ANTIfnACITK. ALU rSI'H
KINl'I.INU AND Mll.l. Wdi'K
BRICK AND 1'I.ASTKUINtl 1. 1MB
A ANT A m BRICK
I'xnni m i t.i mi nt
WHITE ELEPHANT BAR
OM.Y ONIC IlKFIt ok Mi.tri.n-r
Mewses. W. A. Allies st Cn.'s Old Crow WliUkry anil Hermitage Itje
regularly servrcl. All cHlK'r leading bra mis on tall. Special service) oa
all Itltflt ciaaa drbika,
J, ('. TUMUl, Sfnnager
FI MANAGERS TO HEIR APPARENT OF
KlMtnlcl (ciiiiIiho Im rirealrsi hkitto
Ilocauss It's the evldeiic of an Al
Testimony cuiily InvestlRnted.
The slroniicjst endorsement of
The best proof. Read It:
T. ML Hiiiinlle, retired merchant.
1111 8. Walter W., AHU'iirue,
says: "I first Used Doan's ' Kidney
Tills eight or ten years . when I
was living In southern Tesas. I was
In the men snl He business there and
sold Doan's Kidney Fills. I bad been
subject to snacks, of kl Iney com
plaint all my life. At night my back
was puinful. i fln the attacks wers
so bad that In order to gut up t had
to catch hold of something for sup
port. Ths kidney secretions passed
too frsiiuuntlv both day and nluht.
INTO THIS STATE
Eight out of Twenty Head of
Valuable Horses Stolen from
Near St. John'i Recovered,
but Thieves Escape.
Fair Commission Met Yester
day in Clovis. Ely and
Binkert to Call on Valley
Towns and Farmers.
Canada hss I.Tts.M square miles.
Let tha Herald want ad do yoer.ss gainst l.:,7m of coatinental
.L. !l'nll,1 UisImm mllli, till
- I t nllsd Mtatas wlthuut Alaska.
get Ioa's Kidney Till
that Mr. Xpindle had
burn Co., frus., UufTslo, N
t. John's Aria., July ST Hhenlf
j IVraltu and a posse have returned
: here lr.ni .mil and (irants, N. M ,
lo which point they f-illowud the
trail of a hand of horso thteccs who
last week rounded up and dic
away twenty ln.nl of valuutile horses
belonuiiig to tanners and atocknien
III Apiiche county. Time i. a nils of
puraciers took tho ti.til licit thu sher
iff was the only one who had any
alt dealera. Don t succesa. lie reeic.( eight of t"
kidney remedy horses near cirants and lound aome
I often had diuy spells snd cnuldn t
see for a few minutes. Meing III that
part of the country waa no help to
me. Itoan Kidney rill proven 10
be just tha medicine I needed. 1 at
tribute my getting rid of kidnry com
plaint through Using this meitli Ina.
1 stn glud to say thst. the cure It
msds ha been permanent
I'rlce Mc. st
Imply aak for
th asm , cloihiug sbandoned by una of the
Foster-MH-' rustler which may lead to his arrest
In lha near future.
OlHsial Dlnpatch to Tho Herald.)
Clovia. N. M, July JJ. Following
a meeting of the statu fair coin mis
sion here yesterday l'i'eiilciit Kalph
C. Fly snd Thomas F. llinkert, sec
retary to the commission, lelt this
nioiiilna for a tour of all IVco val
ley poinia. They will Visit I'ortalea.
ItoMWcll. Art.'slu. Curlslwd and Inter
meiliiile points and ccfl lo Iniercsl
not only the counties but Individual
fariiieia In ths coinpetili e valulm
of (inn pioUu' ts and h e u'k at
the ck toUer fair. Tentutie ar-
ruliueineola allcmly have been mude
lor lu iiisliig a I. ii He exhibit of l'e o
vullcy stock to Alliiiiueriiie from
Itoswell. after whn h It Is rxpected to
bring nun h of I he stAle fair st'" k
show innlei lal to lloswell for the
I'ccos viclley livesioi'k exposition
which holds its first fair thla yar
and which i oiiUm- to be a big suc
cess. The fair nmttiilicrs ePct to
.c ml a week In tha valley.
STUCK 111 ID
Ford Harvey III, on Way from
Kansas City to Albuquerque,
Worsted in Struggle with
Southern Colorado Roads.
There were 9.WU patents applied
for in Ame'ira last year. Only 13,'
tiut laleulg were granted.
Trinidad. Colo., July 27. fluck in
three feet of mud with a 1'i.mi'i !
looii.liili cm, is the late of Kred
Harvey III. gramlaon of 1-red liar
tvv, loiioilcT of the llarv scstem
of h'Hi'U ami t-dtnig houses slolig the
Santa Fu lines.
Ilarcey mid three companions are
on llii.l, Way I root Kansas t'tty to
Albii'iiieiuue, N. M . and yesterday
morning lelt lal Junta hriKhl and
enily and lliouuhl they woubl reach
Trinidad by niuhtlall. At Kadrvw.
it mile east o( tills cliv. tha nmchlna
lulled down In thlit- feet of mud and
all their ill. .ris lnunhir with Hi"
heli of in icrbv farmers to pull Ihe
machine out of the mud were in vain.
This morning Harvey and his
three companions arrived in Trtnll"d
on eaiitu Fa No. I and shortly al
ternants four lew iw cats with a
competent crew of iio-thcmis from
the Tl iiud.cd Sal axe lelt lu re l g"
lo the si e lie of i he iliaosler but have
not yet been heard trom.
Fuel oil cunsumiiiion by thu I niled
states navy thla ur Is vstitiicusd at