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"Albuquerque Morning Journal, Wednesday, June 21, 1916.
HUE SHIPS ft CUR OF JERSEYS TO PECOS VALLEY Banks Will Finance Purchase of Blooded Dairy Stock by any Responsible Farmer; Indus try Is Growing, HC'Al. COIIIIIKXfilNCI T MO.NIN. JOU.NALJ Uoswcll, X. M., June :'0.--Another mid it ion has been made to the dairy slock of tin; lloswell country. Tom M:i1iiih has brought a car load ,,f high grade Jerseys into the alley dn,l tin! banks will assist the farmers t buy these cows, or other tfood ones, tviilrh me available. The Purity ('ivamcry company has been re-or-naniwl with a larger capital and in new equipped to handle the output frniii ti'n times ibe number of cows n'hii-n are in the. valley now. Prof. R. W. Eattu, in charge of dairy work at the tat vollw, has 1,11. after a visit of several days here, going over the situation with the f;.vinerK and pointing out, to them the advances of cows on the farm. It is aid that the Itoswell section has the hoM Mart in the dairy business of any m-ctinn in the state and that condi tions are more nearly ideal here than any where elf P. Have ltwwrd Mock. The one big advantage which has ln-en pointed out for Eoswoll is that dm foundation stock is already here. Home of the best tows in the. Jersey and Jlolsteiu breeds in .America are la-re and the. young stock which is lorning n is loinj sent all over the i-tute. Most of the dairymen who have tlie well bred stock have had more demand.' for young stock than they fan supply but say they will send out ilns fall some, of the 'best young stuff that has ever gone to dairy farms in the southwest. The dairymen here have worked together nunc or less and have worked entirely on the plan that first of all the cow must pay her way at the milk pall, Ercedins, beauty and show points arc secondary con siderations. IH A. I. Crile, proprietor of the Manse herd of Holsteitrs , recently re ceived additional '-certificates fur entry in the Mlue Hook of America. Six- of his cows now arc in tills class. Mcldrum ilray. owner of the Mes-ealei-n Jerseys, has two cows which (luring the past year have been right at the top in production of milk among the Jerseys in the I'nited Stales, He has a numlitr of cows ill the resistor of merit. I'aii's liaise- Standard. These ratings are based entirely on official tests conducted under the di rection of the dairy department of the state College, and under I he strictest rales of the llolsiejn and Jersey as sociations of America, "There- is an added intcri si in the dairy business," said Malone here to day. "And J believe that this added interest is due. largely to the impetus lmcn the bu.slne.su bv the Slate Live stock and Products imposition holrt here durinif the past two years and and the state fair at Albuquerque last year. The farmers have seen better rows and learned to appreciate better rows. Moreover they have raised their standards as to what to expect of a dairy cow. That's the kind of spirit which transforms a farming eninnninity into a dairy community." CLOVIS ODD FELLOWS HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICE I'KCIAL CONftlftPONOfNCC TO WO.NINfl JOURNAL! Olovis, N. if., June 2, Memorial services for deceased members wen held hero Sunday by the. Odd Fel low in the. Christian church, the liiiikling being crowded with Odd Fellows, Kebeknhs and citizens of Clm is, as well aa many visitors from l'ortalos and Texieo. . This following: program was rendered: Soup Audience Invocation.'. Rev. Milton Keece 'ie Members of the bridge uig Male Quartet Scripture Heading. .Ret'. .1, If Meswer Prayer. ...... .Rev, Jeremiah Moore Address J. M. Hick ley Vocal ftolo . . . . Miss Eore.ua Connolly Address );Pv. ('. W. J.ambcrt s"i)ff ' Male Quartet benediction. Motor fire Truck Arrive. I'ast Iaw Yogas, X. M., June 20. The motor1 fire truck and booster engine ordered some time aKO by the K. Romero' Hose and Fire company lias arrived, and' will be placed in serv k'n after it has been "tuned up" by "e factory representative who ao '"inpanied it here. The machine Is "f the America n-Ia France make. The Romeros will give demonstrations with the truck during the coming oow hs' reunion. They will keep open house to all the firemen, of the Ktal.e wlin come here to attend the re union. Rciuin from Highway Medina. snta. Fe, Juno- 20 Governor AV. MelVniHld and State Engineer .las. A. French have returned from the ''ean-to-Oeean Highway association 'inetii,s at MaKdalena. State E'l 'er Iiniar Coll of Arizona ace.cin l'i'nii'd them. French and Cobb went Vl'r the Santa Fe-Ttsuiue portion of lhp Hanta Fe-Taos road ami called it ""' ''est road of its kind in the south West. NT THIS OIT IT IS WORTU T, IOVEY. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this "P. inclose wfth 5c and mail it to '"ley & Co., Chieago, HI., writing your ,7 and address cicarlv. You will eWeivfi in .nti,. I ,a. - iv. mil a, niai fiaeivMe i u- ; ,, R F"le's ""ney and Tar Com-,' ' " air nroncnint coilglis. COIUS) croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for tl ha',,i T,'fak kidnevs, rheuma th. .;,blai1,,,?r troubles, and Foley Ca thuf TauIe". a wholesome and t-dtiKt" ,y c,PanainR cathartic, for slnif ht ""iousnesi, headache and "SSish bowels, sold ever-where. Notes of Interest From State Museum (MCIAI CORMKSPONOINCt TO hlOIININ JOUMN4U Santa Fe, June 2.- The full set of annual reports of the national li brary tnd museum at Itlu Janeiro, lirnzil, has been received hy the mu seum Ji'u-ur.v. They jr.. printed in I'ortuiBUese and are illustrated. The new national library of the South American republic js a magnificent structure and Smith American state:, and cities now consider public mu seums an important governmental ac tivity, lame sums nf money heinjj sc' aside from the public treasuries and from taxation for their maintenance. 'The Hep, .-d nf the American In dian,' is the title (if an important scientific contribution made by Ales ili'dllclia, of the managing committee of the School of Amcni mi Archao olosy. The author considers the ques tion of the unity or plurality of the American race, He decides in favor o tlu oi'iRiui.I unity of the. Indian race In America, lie liases his con clusions upon the. similarities of lan guage, culture, mentality and phy sique. However, he does not think lhat the Indian was autoctlionou on this continent. He bases this belief upon the. absence of the inferior pri mates of the. unthropoid type on this confluent, also upon the unity of the human speclen and that the primitive types of humanity living iu Kurope during- the uuurternary or glacial epoch cortld (not have Corrte from America. According te the author tio human remains of ecological antl'iuity have been demonstrated to exist on this continent. The author ulso considers the source of the elements that occupy America and the epoch of occupation. The author passes in review the means of transportation of prehistoric may. The geographical situation of America with respect to the other continents; the anthropological characteristicg of the American Indian, which compare with the primitive characteristics of tho ureat ethnic croups of the other parts of the world. The author con cludes from these considerations that, the rnvrictm aboriKines could have come only from Asia, wun respe.ci to tho epoch, the author thinks lhat no direct proof exisla upon which to base an opinion. Consideration or proofs of an indirect character lend toward the idea that emigration to America con Id not have been ef fected before the European Neoli thic period. Tho manner or manners of the arrival of man to the new world and his aubseeptent dissemina tion and reproduction there consti tutes ihe last point of iinalysla hy tho author. His opinion is that there .vn not one but there were many successive im migrations. The following refT'su-rcd at tho .Mu seum: John Arthur Thompson, Rob ert Wayne Fall, Itoswell; Mrs, Ed ward H. Saekctt; Albuouerque; Miss Juliet. Kaufman, Miss Ethel Danzis er. lis Veyus: Mrs. .Jacob Stern, Mrs. Oaniel Stern, East f.as Vegas! Mr. and Mr. P. .1. U'ary, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. G. 'E. Anderson,! Socorro; Mis. S. W. WlllMon, Chicago; Vernon Dclumcter, Ann Arbor,. Mich.; William Myers, Eeadvillc Colo.; Pbilj Katz, l.os Angeles; Mrs. J. O. Chris- f tenseii, Jessie S. YounK, Katon; Claire i K. Steinliauer. reuver; J. W. O'Keefe, Oklahoma City, Okla. ROSWELL OVERJOYED WHEN BATTERY A IS ORDEREDJO EL PASO SPfCIAL COHNSaPONOVMCa 0 MOMNINa JOUMhAL Rostvell. X. M., June t'fWd.ieut. W. F. Hirrl. of Pattery A, left last niKht for Fort Pliss to joii; the bat tery, after spendin two weens here as a recruiting officer. Lieutenant IT ii'il took niic" recruits wttn him nml; has sent on i lvimber i'. otin is from I Chaves county. lie ic.eiwd orde-s. yesterday to leu"c at once tu Uin bis; comtnan 1 at Fort HI's-i. The n-VAtliat the. bitte. v has hem transfc t '.I ;o l.'l Peso maier.ally in creased Roswell's pride in the organi zation, .'on'-! here believe it means that t.he b.utljry has s! ' wo a pro ficiency that gi,Vi it liMi spi:cl:Tig among'. he officers m conniian-J atccs the -bo'-.l r. Always proud of this orcan'atl' ti. which has been built up to its pres ent stan b-rd hy Captain Charles 'V P.remot 1 and ids inff ot oftc ers, the city now is opnty hoai-tinj; and is eio ing; e.verytniiw possible to show :t.s up- precistion of tho wirk if the natteiy. Xolhinx ,s lini I'.'fi undone to provi-L' foe the families of battel y memberii sncl the p-i' fund is con stantly K'-owinR. Cboks are sent monthl I ' ih" families who; suppcrt has beet taken away by the oililug out o 'hj iirKaiitzatsoii. Ana tnete isn't a man In I'toswell who noes not believe that should the Lattery be colled 'nto action it will give a M 1 account i:f it.'Olf. Not jsati-s"! with heitrr: r.trkeil TPM in the .-.a iooil (juad 'net levies in luc tTnite.d raiics, Captain l.'c l.'.remond ke))t -'onf:! iniiV at the men 1 mi; he fore iliere was 'my ititnuallon tnat they wool I be called for so;" ace. C,un drills were li-ll three n;shis tach week durin the early mon'bs of the year and a large number of the men qualified as expert dinners when ex aminations were held shortly before the battery wis catle I to the bolder. 91(1 In New Mexico (iiiai'd. Santa Fe. June 20. Adjutant Cen al Harry T. Herring- is In town from Columbus and reports that eleven companies of the New Mexico national ?unrd, each with tie men, is ready to be mustered in, in fact, several of the companies have been mustered into the. federal service and the others will shortly follow suit. He f-'ives tho to ta.l strenath ot the New Mexico guard at !'lt at present. Major M. 1.. Stein of Albuquerque is here with the ad jutant general, and Quartermaster SerRennt. Harry Cronenl.crg also re turned with the Adjutant Oeneral. Terra otla Company l-'llc. Santa Fe, Jane 2i'. Incorporation papers were filed by the El Paso Conto-Tile and Terra Cotta company capitalized at $L'"i,toMi, with New Mex ico headquarters at AlamoKordu. - ! if. Mcllae is named statutory .agent. The incorporators and directors are: X. A. Comstook, TO shares: O. Murdock, 20 shares, and W. H. Jolly, of II Pao, 134 shares, and J. II. Ale Rue, of Aiamog-ordo, 1 share. "; t How America's largest cigarette manufacturer has accomplished "the Impossible" by producing a MILD cigarette that SATISFIES. is the Chesterfield Cigarette : : : : : : : A L1MOST anybody can make a cup ZA of coffee. But there are said to JL jl be not over a half - dozen rest aurants in the United States where they know how to make it right. Similarly, almost anyone can make a cigarette. Just roll up some tobacco in a piece of pure paper and there you are. There are, perhaps, over 800 brands of cigarettes sold in this country to day. But not one of them does what Chesterfields do for Chesterfields are MILD; and yet they SATISFY. Some cigarettes may be mild, but they don't satisfy. Only one cigarette does BOTH Chesterfield! This truly unique cigarette has all of that refreshing taste - delicacy (or mildness) wliich any good cigarette must have. Yet, without sacrificing any of this delightful mildness, Ches terfields go one step further they do more than merely 'please your taste" they let you know you've been smoking. They satisfy! And yet they're mild ! A Step Forward irt Cigarette-Making WE are proud to be the firm that has brought about this important new development in cigarette enjoy ment for that is exactly what the Chesterfield blend is. This cigarette is an outgrowth of long, earnest effort on the part of this, the largest cigarette manufacturing concern in the United States. 4 v The mild, yet satisfying Chester field blend is not the result of happy chance. It is one of the results of our many years of cigarette experience of the heavy volume of our purchases of cigarette tobacco -of the prestige and advantage these enormous puf chases give us in securing the choicest leaf from the tobacco fields of the world. Chesterfields are an achievement. A New Thing for a Cigarette to Do CHESTERFIELDS d6 the ont thing, you have always wished a cigarette would do they satisfy! Smoke them and we believe you will find that ordinary cigarettes seem by comparison almost flat. Give Chesterfields (20 for 10 cents) a trial. . " We believe you will be glad to learawhat they .can teach you about cigarette enjoyment. ou have been reading here some rather unusual, almost daring, state ments about a cigarette. If Chester fields were an untried cigarette if wc had not been observing their behavior in other cities if we did not KNOW that they make Pood with smokers, we could not afforcl to make these state ments to you over our signature. But these statements, strong as they are, can mean little or nothing to you until you have actually smoked your first Chesterfield. You will find that your own dealer has Chesterfields waiting for you. ftrftetit cigarette mannfacrDrtr in the I !iutcd .State, aa )ho b lulcrual iivvtuu rcpittU. i