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Help the celebration.
Ilorso race. Saturday.
How much on Midland?
Another Ico famjno Monday.
Very llttlo sickness In Ilddy.
AVIio will win tho bioyolo race?
"Never alone" once upon ft Unto.
nglncor SalloU returned Tuesday.
ltnln nnil tnoro of It is whnt wo need
Don't forgot tho ball gntne Saturday;
Tho prices of rango stock uro de
MrH. Mabel Jones loft for HI I'a&b.
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II. Weinberg, of Itoswell, was in
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Work on tho boat sugar factory In
Heavy ruins to the south nnd wist of
A street sprinkler would do it goed
service In lMdy.
Win. 11. Mullaus left Monday for
Itoswell aud Lincoln.
Hon. (I. A. Itlchardion onuie down
ruin Ifcwwell, Monday.
Homo nilu Is reported to lmvo fallen
In the mountain onuntry.
The mco tmrk has bona fixed up in
good shape for the rncos.
W. A. Flnlay spent several days In
Kown tjtla and lust week.
IV '1". Mlackmoro is training 1. 0.
$afcoLoz for the bloyclo rnco.
niiftlnecr Muiey, of tho boot sugar
a'ctoryontiio in lust Friday.
(loo. A. White, the sheepman, was
in town tl-'s weK from hia runcli,
Fish are plentiful In Uie I'eoos river,
ut It Uk4n exiiert to catch Utotn.
Iter. 15. llrantloy nronched at
Iivon, annuity, rumniiuK nuuio .uuik.-.
i Tlio range on tho plains oust of huro
iviis entirely destroyed by recent llros.
The services ut St. Edwards Inst
Sunday evening was largely uttended.
J oo Mocks, of the Ulock cow outfit,
loln county, was In town Friday,
Mr. Glllliind roturncd. Friday, to
boater, Texas, after a week's visit in
Don't, foruot the Hpworth Lcuguo
u'ullnus ut four o'clock Sunduy after-
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uroflio limbs off otBovoriilshado trci-B
The base bull boys ttre gutting In
iapi by practice gumim every Sunday
Judge ('. A. Keith, of Hosvrell. pass
it UahurIi Tuesday, returning from
lo cream nnrlor has be n open-
d in the Wood building, oppslle tba
H "Sells" are all right In their place,
Mjill II lanes a sinari uinu i" i nnm
ftheir place la.
MMmrn in uimn talk at erecting a bath
bouse on tho river above tho linger
limn power dam.
Mr Oliver, of Itoswell, passed
hniuih Monday morning, ou-routo
ionic from Texas.
: Ilov. II. Kempko'r dumrted Monday
for Jitncoin, wncru am wm bjiuuu u
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L couple of wok.
Voniilu in and nrniindiAtldlnnd, Tex
Is, were almost ruined, financially, by
ccont prairie Urea.
Mik Mni. Musks, who visited Mm.
llldrtrlost lor a wsuk, returned homo
o Iloeffoll, Saturday.
fiW. 9. W. Creasy onms down from
Iugennan last week nnd Is stopping
,t the Mansion House.
The ludles of thoProsbytorlan church
ave un ico cream social in the Osborne
lock Tuesday evening.
I!Ii!it Wushlnuton. tho colored
retfjlu-r. left Monday night for Colo-
ado City, Texas, his liwtdo,uarteriJ,
A trnrtv of young people visited the
ix mile dam one evening last week
ud report having had an Ice lime.
.f no. Wuldle. the evungelUt. Is stir-
g up quite anliiterest in religion ut
IhmiIx. Arlc, according to reports.
F. K. Iiitr.iinwlffratbn agent for
id l. I. & I. Co- with utwdiiuartcrs t
(alias, Texas, onme in yesterday morn-
Frank Ithelnboldt ouine down from
Is ranch and was attending to bus!-
eta around town FHday and satur
Thit riwrt to Uie effect that a band
f roiilmrs staved at 'Dark Cauou well
ue night last week If without founda
Vlill klrnhnr won tlifi balf-mllfi bl-
lyclesf ice at ItHwell Inst week over
Iocli. Levin, the long dlsianeo nuer.
Miss Julia Petty and sister were pa s-
envem on Monuavs nortu uouuu
ralu. on route from Mldlaud, Texas,
I Mtmlar evening the Ladles Aid So
litty uf the M. li oliurali gave an tee
team social at Mrs. K. F. I)rpr
MIm Ida Fair, f6rmerlyl lieatl vlU
rcM at Hotel Windsor, returned taut
Saturday from n trip ta Arkansas J b
1. S. Osborne has ulwut thirty Are
norea In sugar ol nitd oxpjeU to
plant mere. Mr. Osborne Is eruwprta
Ingnnd knove n good thing.
Oawineit now wear n broad smile, all
ouiiMil by the rains this week, 'lit
shioptnun are also Jubllent for tbtlr
Hooks wore also In bad shape.
Hit. Itoblnson, Joyce Fruit & Co's
clerk, Is very happy over something,
hut It's unnecessary to sny wnat. A
parting hm brought Joy to Hd.
ltlllott Hendrlokfl will leave soon for
a trip to Toxas. It Is rumored ho will
not return alone, but will be acootnpH
nlcd by a fair daughter of tho south.
Itev. T. F. Seealona prraohed In tlw
llAptlat ohuroh Sunday evening, owing
to tits electric light not being In
working outer In the Methodist church
W. T. Jlowman. or nopo, was in
town Friday, laying in n fresh slock
of morolmndlfo for his storo. Ho re
ports everything nourishing in tho up
Ther will be a hnrso race Saturday
afternoon between the racers belong
ing to Sam Gorninn and L. S. Friday
Tits ran will be for att aide: dis
tance, 900 yards.
I'ho loo supply gave out Friday nnd
Saturday tho thirsty public was in a
honted condition. However, Sunday's
train brought In n fresh supply mid
Farmers In tho lower valley rojiort
tho sugar beet crop In good comlltlon
and the prospsots Mattering. It Is th
gonurn! opinion that tho yield will he
much larger than at (list 'anticipated
Phelps White, of Hosrvoll, was a jms-
enger on yesterdays norm uotiiiu
train. He was returning from n trip
to Fort Worth and Kansas City, where
ho wont to look aftor the oattlo mark
Dr. IliiHh Hoolsr, of Mlnoral Welts,
Toxas, who visltod In Hddy for n week,
returned home Saturday. Dr. Heeler
waft favorably impressed with tho val-
loy nud'inay return to locatp porm&nl
Hors Douglas, tho Itoswell baso ball
catcher, went south on Tuesday's train
en-rmito to HI Paso, itoss says tTie
Hddy-boys won't bo In it July 4th as
tho Itoawall team Is much stronger
than it was last year.
.1. M. Miller was a passanger on
Tuesday's train, bound for St. Louis.
Chleago, Now York, iioston nnu omor
large cities In tho oast. Mr. Mlllor Is
a weolthy Hheepman of Itoswell nnd Is
going Mistlo dispose of his spring clip
of 107,000 pounds.
Miss Sylvia P. Hutlor, who is a very
popular candidate before the demo
cratic primaries for county school sup
erintendent, loft Tuesday for Hope
and the upper onuntry to finish 'Can
vassing the county, aud it is tinnecces
ury to say, to solicit tho support of
all. She was accompanied by her
brother, A. J. Ilutler.
Julian I. Williams, who has been in
the valley for tho past thrco wcekK
gathering data for an Illustrated arti
cle which will appear in tho Southwest
Illustrated Mngnzlno ot Albuquerque,
took his departure Saturday. Mr.
Williams Is one of New Mexico's
brightest young men and his wrlto-up
of the Pooos Valley will bo a good one.
At Itoswell InRt Thursday morning,
Win. Alberts, tho well kuowu and
popular P. V. Hy. conductor, and Mis
Nellie Carper wore unltcTl in marriage
by Itev. Hancock. Tho bride is an nc
oompllshud young lady and woll known
in Itoswell society. The groom Is ono
"of th old time P.ddy boys and has
mauy friends who Join tho Cuiiiiunt
In extending congratulations. Mr.
and Mrs. Alberts will reside In Hddy.
The 4th of July celebration In Hddy
wilt be tho grandest event in the his
tory of the valley. Soveral hundred
visitors aro expected and & general
good time Is in store for alt who at
tend. The Hddy Are department Ihib
never yet made it failure in any of its
undertaking and now that a special
effort is being made for Mm celebration
suocess will orown the oVent. Spsolal
trains Wilt be run from Pooos City and
Itoswell, arriving here about BM u. m
The Methodist church has bm wtr
ed and fixed up for electric llghw,
wbleh will add to tho appenreneo of
tlw ohuroh as welt as to the comfort of
the congregation during the warm
weather. Itev. Sessions i a hustler
and lias done much during his workJ
tiere to straighten the church oill, spir
itually and financially. Ho Is ona of
the best preaehers In tho New Mexico
ounferenoe, d sociable and pleitgant
young inun, and It is to be hoped that
tie will remain in may ouomor year,
At a special meeting of tbo Hddy Ore
department, held Monday evening, the
chief aud awUtaut chief were appoint'
ed a committee to select two running
teams for the hose races on July nn
The department also elected Provident
Jno Franklin as a delegate to the New
Mfttttse Volunteer Firemen's Associa
tion convention, which eonveses .ut
Albuquerque JulySud. It was also
decided by the depart men? to lease Uie
stand privileges to Uie highest and best
Rftiun rofifil lint .lark llUf.fHti.
Hut it in not necessary when yon san
uj fur oash:
fib ran pie nosehes for llo
lib " " sprleols tor llo
mb " plums for Ut
X sans ehokN foowbtrriMi llo
1 lb. bfmt Japan Tea 4t
Free delivery in elty limits.
11. T. Kn.i.otoii.
Chief Mtilrand Assistant Obltf
Wlndoro, as a coramltteo npjiotntod by
tlm lira ilepartmwii, Imrs soleoted nm
nlng ums for Uw liew rcsc July lib.
The usyns will lit nt folMws:
A. A. Driggt Mr. Nlstilt
K. . MoUOr It. OhDSUlui
Thso. Rarr Qw. Traoy
I. C. itaiieliM Jssse JloHoe Jr.
E. Fosx Cbai Murphsy
CIms. Orsfti, Csplnln.
J. K. Wlostow J. D. isehwln.uier
Add. Tseple B. Halooin
Tom Jones II. UHmore
(leo. I.uoas tloo, Uhhshii
Frank Lewis Alsx Itogsra
Kd, Hoblnaon, OapUin.
TIm tsAins tn composed of food
runners and Uie evtnt will bt some
Uilug worth going to sec.
Word tuts omr reoslved "utul It Is
now it touted fnot that the Midland
base ball nine will be hero Saturday
morning of this wiok to cross bats
wltti Uw Hddy boyu. The Midland
ntns Is shIiI to be the beet lu wostern
Texos, wliloh moans that they are bait
playors. Arrangements are now being
made to reeeiT the rlsttors In grand1
style, the ball gi Mind Ib being put in
good itlmpe, the grand stand fixed up
and other details attend! to. The
game will be called at 1:80 sharp Sat
urday afternoon and a good and wsll
plsyed game will follow. The Mid
land boys will arrive on Saturday's
train and toe Eddy , nine will take Uietn
in obarge and see that nothing Is neg
iso led in providing for the comfort aud
pleasure of Uie visitors, who will pro
bably be here July 4th and play Uio
winning ttaiu In the gome of Itoswell
The lighting editor is In and ready
to fight any individual who bus Ills
feelings spread all over omtton
for the press to step on. Wo. wasr.tlie
garb ol a pugilist: hare thrown awny
all feelings of symimUiy for soft-bended
fools aud tho next man who at
tompte to tako rovougo on tho editor
of this paper will be treated to a gen
tle reminder that editors have to bo
reepeeled as well a other people. Hx.
The party oomnosed ot Mr. and Mrs.
Mills, Miss Walker, Prof. Ullmore and
others, which left here a couple of
wekt ago for an outing In Uio moun
tains, returned Saturday. While In
the mountains the party bad their
tents, provision, bedding, ammunition,
etc., destroyed by fire and they were
compelled .to return to town.
W. W. Anderson, fell from his wagon
yetttfrday nnd broke his left thigh. He
was unloading wood when the horses
beenme frightened and started to run
and in attempting to .eatoh the lines
he fell to the ground.
A good ratu fell Monday afternoon,
whloli was the first rein this season,
lu fitot It was Uie only mill wo havo
hnd since early in November, IBM.
Tho rain was general, wost, south aud
Itev. T. P, Sessions wilt go to Hager
man. saiurtiny. aim nronau tor uie
poopls at that plaoe Sunday. Comw
queutly there will be no pioaehlng ser
vloes at tho Methodist ehurch Punduy,
J. II. Salyar, of Georgetown, Toxas,
oamo In yesterday morning. He was
en-rout to Lower Peiiusco. .whuro he
has a brother who is vf ry low wlU
Itev. E. Ilrautety will prottuh, both
iiiornlnrnndevenlng, in tbeBro depart
muut rooms on next Sabbath; also In
Otis school .house aH'O'slook lit the
Itugsne Menu nnd Mies Ida Fair
were united in msrriags at80 last
evwiing at the -6sidsao of Dr. A. A.
llsarnp, llsv T. F. Sessions offlelulliig
Soma enlerprislog person eould make
money by pulling In several row bowls
oh the lake above llagerman dam and
rent them by the Iwur.
Another wedding Is on tap. Wonder
how sueh good luek happsns to soino
pie, while others auibo sueh dismal
There will be at least two if net three
expert bloyele rtders from Itoswell
who will enter the rases July 4th.
Ttioe, Gardner, the well known sheep
muu ot Seven Itlvert, eaioe In on Tues
day's train frouithe soutit.
Mrs. Jno.Mlhlfred, of Olts.ls visiting
this week with Mrs. Williams at Lake
Mr. eud Mrs. It. M. Gilbert sre in
town to-day from their Fenaseoraneh.
Presetting in the Otis ssheel IioHe
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'oloek. .
Jim Wright has opened his black
smith shop on M<i street.
M. Torter, AtutlH. Texas, reglf tered
at live Windsor yesterday.
Cendidates In MAj are si Uilsk a
We leet And
sr. nnwAKiiH catholic ciicwh.
Mnssnml seruien Snatlsys MO a. t
Unes on wssi days. . T a. 1
Ukiima KaMMiiia, Pastor.
M. K. IIUIM II, MIlTlt.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
uhbiiiiik 2 r- 1
l'rayur tiitetlng U'lnestsy sveiuug 7 p. 1
I . r . nftwiiuflv, t nwi
1UITIST 1 Ml" Wit.
Siindiy Sshool 100 a.m.
Vounu PSenln's iiiestltiu 09 it. in.
PrOftSliltlL' r V
PraymcclluB Thursdays, ... ... twp. in.
am V. tUM"' ' nitor
IV. II. SiauoiirMR, snpt. S. S.
ihliia 3nl and iUi Sundays. At 11 n.
7011. m. B. IrB.um.v, lister.
in. nnil 7o p
OltACK ill lK II (ai'IMDFAI.1
Sunilny ssrvlees at 1 1 n, 111. ffnd liWp. in.
gummy ssiieut m f n. in
Siries 111 the mIiimI house
Hm lit nnd rd Mundnys lit Ut
lie laonih at
lilt 11. 111. ilKv. L. T. TUAMr
Hddy Lodge No. 81, A. f. A. Jt.,iiiecta
In regular foiiiimnileetlan ut 7sn n. in.,
Mataruayj 011 nud niter oash In II meoti.
Vtiftiiif Brsliirsn Invlust tn aiisiHl.
th 1. JtoMMrrs, W. M.
a S. Motthii, tjee'y-
K. Of 1'. KIltlT I-OIKJE MO. II.
Mssts ovary Thursday nt 7-JW o'eloek.
All vwtor are wslsBJiie. ,,
11. L. I'OTTMS, c. 0.
MoKHQH Kimtw K ILA8V
Trsassrer . . .
W. A. Millar.
o c. Kiiissy.
HU1K OO NO. 1,
Jno. P. ntn.
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tan., mC. W.UresnsJr.
mm. ParrmsH Metitee Rsrr
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p. in. tola
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llail irnm mhiiIi Arrives at 1
kimiirotu uorwi srriYH ni.
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At Vrr low I'rlf .
Tli Pcml-Wckly News ((UlfMtou or
Oallai) U pabliihiHi I'dmiUjb una 1 ri
days. Maeh Imbs eoniUU uf sight pftRM,
thsrs sre ipssb snsttHMtts for the far-
tMsrs, Uio India .nil lbs bors aud gills
(imIJm a weiM of gensral arvs walUr
ituitrstsd Mtlelw, msrkkt repotts to.
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A i FACT
Joyce, J'niit (!o. mo imw (nnyinp; oin
of the Lflrgrsr mid. Ikt A-orttMl nUwk of
Dry GoodH nn StHple nnd Kmu y (Ihhtiip,,
flint In nliown in Nmr Mexico.
In our Dry (Jowls dcpttrtiitpnt wr ro mak
ing it H)t'citl Httlc of ftll Meanoiittlilr kmk1s, sii h
as 1fh!fco and C'lorpd Jwn, Tlidinn Dimity,
Whitp nnd Funry Oifcandw, Mullw, 1
DrfWH Crept', Tinmien, BaHnh', Hilk (Huk
liniflft, J'Mm Zephyr (iingliiimo, Xinisohk, Clml
Iie, Kin and .lap Milks in all the pretty an
new "I'crsiiin' Hiid "Drendeii ' KflWt. TIiphp
aroHhown in un almost endliH variety, and
they nuiHt be seen to he ii)pi'pcinted.
other sciisonnhh' artich.
J'nnisols, Fniw, IlnudkcrehiefH, Faney (..'ollars
nnd Utiffn, Ladies' Neekwrnr of All Kiiuls,
Lnees, Kmhroidwifrt, Htlilmus, Side Combs,
Hair Ornaments, Jftwjllhlf 141 Uus Millinery
Department;, and Ja 'met mr0!&u$ k (ten
lines are boinp; offeml itow ftt redtLge4 privtto
Don't fail to see our Ladie-' Hhii I waisfsftwC
No one can ofFord to make them when they ean
buy thorn rendy-nmde at the prices we are idl
ing. AYo nio showing nil the Latest Htylen
in thin depnrtsnienfc; Come and see them.
We (jotirt eoinpfirison and Dm Compbti
tion in ovory (lepnrtinont in our business. We
eorroct all orrnra nroinntlv and soil 110 e-nntls
niisrepresentation. (live us
ue your mend.
Ha4 bj Indiana Bleyclo Co, Indlaoapolli, InJ
V,ll ,,s,,,m,fl,,u,t, advantagss to U fsrmer, rrnlLgttWer,
live stock raiser, dairyman, bee-keoner, and lo Uw IiOtnseKlR- gun
orally, The soli of tho IVeos Valley Is of high nvogo forlttlt, and
under Irrigation produriHi buuutlful orousof wait Of UiBgrVstei.
grains, j egeUblwi, lerrli'and frnlta of lbs Uniiwrato unit mm at
those of Qie semi tropleal tone. lu such fruits na the penoJi, naar,
nlntn, graiie, prune, apricot, nectarine, cherry, uuliiee, etc., the Val
ley will dispute for tli pre vmlneuos with t'atlfornla; whits eoinpe
tout authority pronounces lis upper portions lu particular l he finest
oppls country in th world.
Enormous yields of such forage crnps as alUlfu, sorghum and
Egyptian corn make the reeling of oattlo and sheep ami the raising
and fattening of lugs a very profitable occupation.
The cultivation of oaualgre -a tanning material or groat value
is beooming an Important industry In the I'tscos Valley, a limn nar
ket JiktIiik been afforded for all that can be raised, at a prtaomhl
Ing a handsome profit
Tits climate of Uie I'ecos Valley lias no superior in the United
States, being pre eminently healtHfuI and health restoring.
Lands with perpetual water-rights are for sale at low prles and
on easy terms. Tlte witter supply of the I'ecos Valley has no
eotial (nail Uie arid region for constauey and reliability; aadtkls.
with, ttie superb climate, prodituUve sol) and Uie facilities nrtordpd
by the railway which extends through the Valley's entire length,
will ouuse these lauds to enjoy a oonsUtnt.and at Uium a rapid l
crease In value.
The recent completion of the i'ecos Valley llnllwuy to Homell
will cause thnnnoro rapid settlement nnd development of the upper
pottloua of the Valley, Including the rich Feiic section. The
Company has recently purohased many of the older improved farms
about IfpswoU, and has now for sale land to meet the wants of all
raw lands, partially Improved lands, as well as farms with hotisss.
orchards and fields -f alfalfa and other otops. In the vicinity of
II- well several nieces of laud hnvo bren divided into five and ten
aere tracts, suitable for orchards and truck farms in connection
with suburban homon. Certain ot these tracts are being planted
to urehurds, nud will be eultlvaleil and cared for by the Company
for three ymrstat tho end of which period they will na handed over
to the imrcliasers. Write for pumphtet fully dtscriblng ths terms
und oendltlous oa which these several classes of tracts ars sold.
mm, I'ECOS litillGrVfiOS &
a call we
Are built in
J F BEAL9, AiDt
IMPROVEMENT CO,, Mi N, M,
I uviuiiof are in Florida.
DAtX.ta OK OAblHSTON. t .