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m&n hWoolsey LI1
Romaho Mining Co. i
All of Our Ladies'
Great Reduction !
Any Ladies' Dress, Skirt or
20 per cent Discount
The Bazaar, Inc.
Liti W 'Dope' .
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solid atrnlu and the troublo with
porous strata saturated with water
will cease or there will lie artesian
flow of largo magnitude and ixrina.
dent naltiri'. Vacant land near the
well is Mug filed on.
I'roplr nml Kvrnt. ,
DKMING, N. M, July 31,-Mn.
It (1. Iloswcll nml little daughter
Kilns will leave Saturday for Den
ver. Colorado, for further surgical
trrutment for a crippled llinli from
which the little girl lias been ur
fhe'ed'for some lime.
A. " Klltolt of Kl lart I a week
f ml viilor of hla family.
Mr. R F. Iridi wu n- limine
visitor In our rlly Monday.
MIm Lucy Smyers la tin guest uT
frleitdi and relative hero tills week.
Sergeant John IHthers of Hachlta
was a wrek end visitor in our oily.
Misses Ornco Poo and Marion I-tnl-low
aroMslltng relative and friends
in Kf Poso this week.
Mm. Kclley Phillips and Utile
daughter motored III flflitl Ihelr
raniili mime Tuerfdny.
Mm. George llntoh and .hlldrtm
will Iravo Wednesday for a visit In
her parent nt Midland, Texas.
The Princess Ihvalor will rliis
for several week ami will lie re.
opened with Ifi'tlfr bills lhan ever.
VJte. T K. 'riiniiinfiiii and tittle
miii of Hurley ent Monday in our
nly shopping ami seeing rrteuila.
Mr. Towns, the effloien't represen
tallve of the Dafty. CpiirJer. n a
guest of the Commcrcjafiiotel Hits
The young married people' danc
ing cum win give ua usual mommy
lHWIIHHIIIItllM S flHM
dance Friday evening at the Ar
Mi-. Arilme Itallhel haa itonn lo
I ii. Aiiui'Ii'h fur n few weeks visit
It her mother and other relatives in
Mr nml Mr. K. II. Pool llf lllKir
Koimr U'Urn elinmilllir lllm TtlOSllaV.
They report splendid rains in their
lllrhanl Thompson, until recent
lv a nalienl at Port Ilayani: nccom
lanled hy hi mother, left Tuesday
for Ija Aiigeiea.
Mrs. I'rewllt came In from the
Mimbres valley lo spend a few day.
She looks forward to moving lo
IViiiIiik In a few weeks.
Ml Kucenla Ilennclt of San An
tonlo will spend several weeks visit
Ing her mother. Mrs. llaynes. Miss
Ilennell has heen in scIiimiI In Ban
Tlie Anie'tican Ij'clon will give lis
monthly dance nt Iho IVmlng Ar
inory July Sl. A Jau orcheslrji will
furtiltli the music and a grand mm
Miss Jnjcpliln- Jacohson, who has
N-i sllghlly IiiiIIsihisi-iI for a few
davn, U improvuig. She will leave
'or California in a few days, wiiero
she will sMnd her vacation.
MIm Ivnh Overholser had as her
niiesl Wiilnesday, Miss Ooehel of
Tyrone, who slopinii over for u visit
en route lo IVnw, Colorado, when
he will vtstl frleixls and relalhes,
Tlio usual Saturday evening dance
will lie givon ol Hie Deming Ciuu.
Kveryflne Is welronio lo come out
and enjoy these social dances and
IMi'ii In the music, which always
Mr. and Mrs. I". U Nonllinus an1
iixperled home the first of AiirusI
after on absence of two munllis
iiioul iiiotorlng Ihniugh the inlenst
lug counlry In afid around the Yo-
Di'iiilte national pork.
Mm. Mae llaynes has returned
from HI I'aso. arcoinianliyl by her
daughter. Miss Iicmictt. who is to
spend her vacation with her parents,
A Dote Hours
Laeter H. WoolMy, frmr stlM
f tht dtpartmtnt ef UU. hM ra
tioned Id tngaas In tht firACthM of
law and International matter with
Robert Laming, farmer rUry f
alale. Mr, WeelMy had Important
mnuiii rfutlo flurlna tha war. UN
tlcutarly In framing dlptemttle erre
naiidinu. Ha alaa had tha alwre
of handing Count ven Barnatarfl hl
Mr. and Mrs. llaynes. Mis Denned
Is- n student of tlio Laity or uio
l.nko school in Ban Antonio, Texas;
A. Orambs of Columbus was In thii
Mr'. Puchl of the firm of Puchl
llnit(ers of Columbus was in Dom
ing ibsi rriuay.
Mrs. J. II. Tracy visited her
daughter In Columbus Tuesday of
llils week. Klie- was accompanies
bv Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who are now
ilomiriieu ai Hie iracy resilience.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. K. Austin and
laughter, Mrs. (1. It. Deford, and the
laller's son. Mellaril, of Lincoln.
Nebraska, who have twen visiting
Mr. and Mrs..Kugene Austin of llils
rily. returned lo their home In Lin
coln last Saturday.
Filings are being made on lands
near the Augelus Oil Company on
tM slrengtlfjnf nrtriur?ntrrfjiirtf
several ilaysslnce If this water
prove In bo abundant a wnnueriui
development of (he fertile lands will
The production of collon In and
around laming, the m-ntimlly of
artesian water, the' new gin. the.
railroad shops surely some of theso
glorious prospect will materialize
in solid assets! No reason whv
Luna enmity should fail th blossom
like I lie rose.
Mr nml Mr. J. H Vnimlit bnvn
retunieil from a Ihreo weeks' bunt.
lug and risbing trip nn the f ilia.
Tliey reimrt a grand lime, and n
mli'iiillil "cat cili" of mountain Iroul
of Immense site. Onn feels Inclined
lo lako the I rip afler hearing of the,
fish and game (n be found in these
wajer and' forests.
Oil optimist experienced new
I brills Thursday when a bucket of
"slush dipped from the hlorida
well, was exhibited on Iho strecM
and at the Deinlng Club, t'nmlslak
able evidence of crude oil was nre.
rnl ill Iho "slush." The presence 0
nil in this well is no longer doubled
by even Iho conservative cllliens
More nil talk Is heard in IVniing
now lhan ever, and capitalists from
oilier stales urn Intensely Interested
in the development of this well and
nre anxious In secure acreage.
Deming Is to have a glnclng eoni
pany that Is now being organized at
n joint stock company, J. O. CoopciV
a J. Smith. Clarence Hon, II. L. Mil
ler and J, V. Hotsm are behind (he
enterprise. A salesman U on Iho
road hero and a one stand gin will
lie purchased and scl up in time 16
takn care of this year' cotton crop;
The Kin will be located In the old
creamery building on ea'sl llnllroad
ltoiilevartl. It has been estimated
at least 800 acre ha been planted
lo cotton, t'p In now this crop it
reported in extra nne condition and
should Hie conditions remain favor
able the. acreago should yield at
least riOO bale. The equipment o(
the gin can be added to nexl year
lo takn care of additional acreagS
which will be planted when there
remain no doubt (if the success of
this year' experiment.
SSMI LJ$ IIMTitl
MS VKOAB, N. M, July at.--Manqel
iMlloek. ton of Andre Pol
lock of lids city, was uirlailsly in
jured Friday morning at Los Cerrll
lo when a large standolno fell on
mm, eruauimr ono 1001 una mosroi
Tenney Williams & Co., Brokers
Suite 344, 346 Pacific Electric Building, Lot Angel". California
If War 8slnis Stamps, which can
ta foltsn at all poatoITIcea and banks
bow, bad btn on aala back la 1413
and Christopher Columbna had bought
Juit 1100 worth lb day ha dlicotirad
America, his hairs today would hira
a fortuna of mora lhan JJ,000,000,000
saora tban th tntlr amount of lha
Drat Liberty Ioan, Tbat'a what lha
llttla old rompound lalarsst earned
by War Salnx Stamps will do.
NOTICE 18 HKIIEIIV OIVEN, pur-
suanl lo tho special election, which
was proclaimed In be held hi lite
Village of Columbus, County of
Luna, Slalo or ,": Moxlrn, on Hie
SUth day of July, MRS), for the pnr
miso of voting uptnf'lhfl annexalloii
of Iho following described projiertyt
fioutbeosl uuarlcr of norlhwrsl
ijuarler (SEVi, NWU1, section thir
ty-four (31 1, township tweniy-eigiit
(i3) south, range eight (H) wesl,
Now Mctico Principal Meridian,
known a -WKJJT IIKIHHT8 AUDI
TION," and norlheist nuarler of
soumwrai quanor ok, rjvvvi,1
section, township and range afore
said, a pari of which I known as
-militahy heights addition,"
was held lit accordance with the
proclamation Usued by mo with the
result that a mitJorliy of tho legal
voter resident of the contiguous
territory above described voted in
rnvor or annexalloii,
I. Iherefore. J. It. Illalr. duly elect
ed, ecled, and qualified mayor, of
Urn otiovn named village, do hereby
proclaim thai the sale territory
above described Is hereby annexed
and niailo a pari of f lie Village of
Columbus, and that the rights nf
the rcsldenli are hereby declared
to be Iho same as tho residents of
tho Village of Columbus, a If they
had at all times been a part of tlio
(Ilven'undci my h.ind and seal of
llic- corporation, tiiln 30lh day or
I n, WMllL Mayor.
Vlllago of Columbu),
Attest; EDWIN (1, DEAN)
. Vlllago CUrk,
.The city laJtes whatjho fannc
ratio. This includea the (arm held
THIS rlly. like all oilier, lias,
since any loose chango was In
sight, been vislfrd hy saleimen rei
resenting every knot., alock cone
pany In the country; and thousand
nf dollars hae been spent for parl
ous schemes,' fame good, some bad.
At present thern t a pracllcally
local organization, madn nip of men
Ihek 'townspeople can call hy their
first name, Tim officials of tlio
llomaho Mining Company are men
who wiuld not lend their names to
a "schemo." of any description.
The prospect of tho tlomalw Min.'
Ing Company are baeoil on prarllCal
knowledge, nf ore actually In IrIiI
In tha Trc Jlcrmnnas Mountains,
and on, the opinion of the best
known mining engineers in this sec
tion of Iho Untied Blatos.
Machinery has been onlcred, soma,
delivered, and nclual work ha been
begun developing oro bodies on tho
claim of the llomaho Mining Com
pany, and the fill 11 ro look rosy lo
those who already have Invested, If
you are not among this number you
Tim stock of this company Is J I
per sharo and none will be sold for
less. Clot In on Iho ground floor.
Your Investment will earn money
for you and II will earn money for.
Columbus, berauso this town will
sell tho supplies to the new mining
comp. "Semi your order for shares
to Tcnney Wi'llams & Co. tho
broker for tho llomaho Mining
1 111 a
F. J. GROSS, Prop.
(nirr or Hroaduny and
I'lml Street Wr&t
Th Right of Way
Printing h tha Saleimmn
Whe liot.th Right Way
Your ssIm letter In th United States
mall has th richt of way straight to tout
Strtnethcs .your appeal by tutng a
paper ef koowa quantity llammermlll
Bond and good' printing which will
attract your customtr'a attention, and
ku your gooai.
That a the kind cl prlntlnf w do and
ids pcr wo uie.
Uit Hon Print t J 5JsmawaA. Atk u
'High Cost Fighters"
We are FIGHTING to reduce the high
cost of Hying in Columbus.
We have the goods and the prices to
FIGHT With. They will bring down
your costs and keep yoUpleased. Your
dollars will buy a real "dollar's" wortlr
I'OLITIC.L ANNOUN'CEMEN fB.
Urmocratlo County Ticket
J. L. OilEENWOOU.
P. L. 8MYEIL
For County Treasurer:
W. J. HErillY.
For County Anscssor:
J. T. HUNTEH.
For County Clerk:
P. A. UU01IES.
For Superintendent of School:
MIIS. JOE W1LLA DELL.
For Probato Judge;
U. M. OIIOVE.
For County Commissioner, DIsL 1:
J. L, LOFTI&
For County Commissioner, DisL '2',
JAMES A. rtHEA.
For County Commissioner, Dial. 3:
P. J. CHADUOIIN. '
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