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A CHEESE FACTORY.
A. L. W. Nelsson of Sweden Likely To Open One Here In the Spring. A. L. VV. Nelsson of Sweden, who has been here for several weeks will possibly open up a large cheese factory here next spring. lie has been in America just ten weeks, but is learning the English language very rap idly. He says, "When I arrived in New York ten weeks ago all the English I knew, was ham, eggs, beef. I can now under stand English better than I can speak it. I will br here until spring and will possibly open up a creamery and cheese factory, after I learn the language and get better acquainted with the people. I like America very well and I think Itoswell is a nice place. The Americans take off their hats only to the ladies, buc this is different in Sweden. We bow and take off our hats to every one we meet that we are personally acquainted with. "There will be a large number of Finrish and Swedish people who will come to Itoswell later on from the old country to lo cate in the Pecos valley j (very nobly, I'm sure) to "run down tneband ne will find none so ready to help him as the very band that causes him to loose so much sleep. I believe the reason the band has decided to take a vacation was to give Mr. "A. I. O." a few nights sleep be fore the winter sets in. Yours trulv, U.No. Hon. Jerry Simpson and Don A. Sweet drove Judge E.J. Ham ner and E. W. Bounds of Colo rado City, Txas around to the farms and orchards yesterday afternoon. Both of the gentle men were highly pleased and Judge Hamner declared the trip was an entertainment; education and pleasure. The Daily Record and the words in it every day." Of course the above interview is not the exact words of Mr. Nelsson, but it conveys what he said in broken disconnected English. Roswell Club Meets. The Bos well Club met last night and the Chamber of Com merce will meet to-night to make arrangements for the entertain ment of the Hearst party Mon day morning. At present the plan seems to be to meet th party at South Springs with ve hicles and bring them to 'Itoswell through the big orchards, farms and Lover's Lane. On the way to treat them with bountiful J take'8upplies of aPI,lesS pears, peach- Qtnriv e8and tresl1 Cldfir and all tie j THE CIRCUS HERE. Wedding Anniversary. A delightful surprise was per petrated on Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Geyer last night by a score of their friends, iu honor of their tenth wedding anniversary. The surprise was complete; and all the stammering groom could say was "Well I declare," while the blushing bride said "What is coming next?" A merry time was spent in conversation, jokes and games until refreshments) were announced, which was an other surprise for the favored couple. Unknown to eituer 01 them a feast had been spread at the home of their daughier, Mrs. S. P. Johnson and it was .tlurie the company now repaired. Such a supper as that was! Mr. Martin wished wedding anniver saries would happen every few days. At a reasonable hour the sell invited guests retired, wishing their host and hostess a large share of the Lest things life af fords. A number of useful pres ents were left as a remembrance. TUe guests were Mrs. and Mrs. C. C Martin and family, Mrs. Thompson and daughter Buth, of Omaha, Neb., Mr. Ungla, Mi. Mrs. McKay, Miss Ettie Audi ain, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. (ieyer, Rev. oi.,-i fr J L. Anderson, Miss Holt, Miss Moorley and Mi? ' Edith Geyer. luxuries their country is heir to. Uso to send with them a supply of all these that they may be re minded in a tasty manner of their Itoswell visit. The committee appointed by the Boswell Club on transporta tion is W. G. Hamilton, Teddie Bedell and C. W. DePieest, The merriment commit tee of the Club A Large Crowd on the Streets And at the Performance. The much read about, talked about and advertised Norris & Bowe's big shows arrived by a special train this morning. There vas quite a large crowd of men w omen and children on hand a an early hour to see the hundred of animals unloaded from the train. A still greater crowd gathered at the show grounds to watch the erection of the big tents and when the street parad appeared the entire populace seemed to be on the streets. The pagent, surpassed in neatness and splendor any circus parade before given here. There wer countless animals of variou sizes and kinds from elephants to monkevs. There were fully a hundred Shetland ponies in the procession, most of them draw ing chariots, cages and other vehicles An immense crowd fill ed the tent this afternoon, auc unanimous oniniou was that it was the brightest aud best tent ed ohows that have ever visits this city. The charms of the six-y or seventy happy intelli- opnt ilo-s. the three unuauilv little elephants aud scores o silken coated ponies, not to men tion the comical monkeys ai d hmvhisU-erp.l pouts. Have such a strong hold on the little folk.-, their cousins, uncles aud aunts, papas and mammas that the owners are sure of financial suc ppss. Onenev.r irrows tired of watching the marvelous feats o this aggregation of animal ac YANGER VS. CLIFFORD. 4 t t nns on gns nd colds for Good Old Wintertime which we recomend our Elixir White Pine Compound and cold cure tablets. Have Us Fill Your Prescriptions. The Pay ton Drag Co. 4 Prescription Druggists. Opp. P. O. :'.01 North Main. is me committee regular einei ttUnuient More Observation. To The Record: "An interested observer" s-ee.ms to be quite a "iiajau" and seems to be really annoyed because the ladies of town took pleasure in helping the band to secure a few new instruments instead of fall at the feet of the fire department. Mr. "A. I. O." wants the ladies to -'Jo this" and "do that." People have died of want. Did it ever strike Mr. "A. I. 0." that the City government should at tend to the wants of the Fire Department. Now the band is "essentially of the people and for the people." The banquets of the band are for the people twice a week and not for a few "big "guns" and our selves once in two months. Did Mr. "A I. O." ever notice that the Roswell band has a reputation all over the Territory as being one of the best in New Mexico? How about the Fire Department 1 Enough of this. If Mr. "A. 1. O." will expend a little of his surplus irony and energy in trying to secure new members for the Fire Department instead of trying Death Overtook Him. Walter K. Field of Toi l land, Maine, who has been in Carlsbad for some time under treatment for tuberculosus, finally despair ing of life left for his home Sun day so that he might die under his own roof tree. Tuesday morning the porter or. the train that was entering Chicago found hiua dead in his b: rth. CHICAGO, ILL., Oct. 8, 1003. Ullery Furniture Co., Uosweil, N. M. Gentlemen: In answer to yours of Oct. 5th, we made h.-t vear in rou .d numbers just about 50000 Hot Blast stoves as near as we could figure. Tnere were probab ly between two hundred aud two hundred and fifty thou.-and Hot Blasts iu actual operation iu the United States last winter. Yours truly, Cole Manufacturing Co. tors and they are continually adding new j.nimals ami teach ing the old ones new acts. Tin baby elephants have learned an entirely new lot of stunts, the seals are more wonderful thai, ever and the funny monkeys and down dogs have discovered a lot of new wavs to cau.-e lauh ter. The hippodrome races at the close of tne show were i n r with the same dash and sphi' t hat characterized every act i performance. There will be another how to-nijrht. A Ten Round Bout With Gloves at Davenport Iowa. Chicago, Oct. 16. Boxing being under the ban In Chicago at the present time, the eyes of the local ring followers are turned toward Davenport, Iowa, whither a consid erable delegation will go tonight to witness a boxing show slated to be pulled off in that city. The magnet that will serve to attract the sport ing fraternity is a ten round bout be tween Benny Yanger of Chicago and jacK (jiinora. rne latter comes from the west with a record of hav ing achieved much success in the fighting game in Montana, Utah and otner sections thereabouts. Among the Chicago fraternity he is compar atively an unknown quantity and they are looking forward with con siderable interest to see what kind of a showing he can make against such a clever and hard-hitting fight er as Yanger. o EANK ROBBED. Thieves Get Away on a Hand Car With $5,000. bioux ral.s. S. D., Oct. 16. The bank at Viberg was robbed of $5,000 last night. The thieves were seen at work by citizens who did not ven ture on the streets which were pa trolled by armed robbers. After securing their booty the rob bers escaped on a hand-car. TRAIN WRECKED. tncmeer and Fireman Save Them- selves by Jumping. Denver , Colo., Oct.lC A Union Pacific extra freight, No. 1S0G, coi- ided with another freight. No. 21, bound for Cheyenne and loaded with eiegraph poles. The collision occur red near Pullman station. A ti,n,l vreck resulted but the engineer and iremen of both trains iuni net! in mie to escape injury and none of the cattle with which one of the trains was loaded was hurt. CHASE GAVE UP PAPERS. That Was the Mission of Liutenant Pcage to Denver. Cripple Creek, CoTo., Oct. 1C. Ad jutant General Boll in an interview said that Lieutenant Poace was sent to Denver for the msruose of com peting Gen. Chase to give up certain apers in connection with the militia nd tha Gen. Chase cave thorn up on demand. "The Hondo Dam." "The Dam Hondo." "Dam The Hondo." These words are in the mouth of every man who isn't yd) ing the merits of our OVERCOATS and stylish well made clothing. fK Potatoes, Potatoes, Potatoes, We have bought a load of the famous Sacra mento Mountain Potatoes, They arc notable for their cooking qualities snd fine flavor. TRY THEM. PRICE PER POUND 2Tcents. Phone 96 I. A. Wallace & Son Modern V vtr ft 0 For October 16th, 1903. Overcoats for men, Raglans for men, Underwear for W men in separate and um,n suits. Q (? omen, ; ; wudis, ior women, Hanndettc underwear for w Fur neckpieces for women. it Long coats for children, Winter caps for children, i Ever tiling for children. i il Ruben's Uudtrwear for infants, Woolen knitwear W for infants, Baby coals for infants. AH At Hi Tcfej he pc 32. 5 S -2 : : 8 3 '-3 3 -2 f'f The Lost Child. A Mrs. Handley and her five year old son came in to attend the show. The little fellow got lost from his mother on Main street and Marshal Pilant found the lost chiid pn the street after two hours search and re turned him to his distracted mother. o Judge Lea went to the show this afternoon to take his three grand children. However it would not re quire a rope to get the Judge there if he had no grandchildren and he confessed up. People Stood Aghast. Frank Hall does not. understand the name of fear. This afternoon he whipped the largest lion in cap tivity until it foamed at the mouth, and when his attendant opened the door of the cage and Hail sprang in the people stood aghast. Tha lion's roars were terrifying, and Hall fired a revolver off twice and drove the lion to the end of the cage. If Hali had been torn to pieces there would not have been any regret, as it is a very foolish act. The performance will be repeated again tonight. Hall is an Englishman and has been fight ing lions for fifteen years. o NEGRO LYNCH ED. Taken From Jail and Hanged This Morning. Wickloff Ky., Oct. 16. Tom Had, alias Douglas, a negro under arrest at this place charged with shooting Crockett Childress, a white boy, last Sunday night was lynched this morn ing. He was taken from the jail and hanged to a tree. A 3 1 CM O.- PEACE. That is the Signification of a Chanoe of Command. Berlin, Oct. IU. Rear Admiral Von Frittwitz sailed today on the passen ger fcteamer tor Shanghai, where lie will take command of the Gorman eastern Asiatic squadron, succeeding Roar Admiral Geiss'er. The an nouncement of this change of com mand was accompanied by the inti mation from the navy department that this change would not have been made if war between Japan and Russia was probable. o BOUNDARY REPORT UNTRUE. MS 8 III We carry the largest ..wcliihe stoik of (ircccrics in ff Roswdl. WE HAVE THE iJEST end would Ic j!cacd 9 to hz e ) ;u ceil and get mas. ,P, Western Grocery Co. 'cted & Johnson, PropG. Phone No.' 274. iw.'r-.'. r-5 V V -t -v I 1 . 7 W if. 0 1 f 1 v ' oovier s uuiqy. Fresh fl:i;.iner.t rtceaeJ this ir.crrin-. It ccsts i:;::re than other kinds but it is wnrt'i it. .()')' ecos Valley Droo Co. i. 'a , n (0 I'f '- ri;i in-. I)r (0 -Si 5 rSi Hi '-r-j. .-2 -3 B Z 'r I (fi Af- Our window display of Alaskan moc i L casins. Sizes to fit any fcot a Graham's Book Store. Wholesale. Retail. To-Day's London Morning Advocate j is in Error. New York. Oct. 1G. The London Associated Press has the highest au thority in saying that the announce ment by the London Morning Advo cate this morning that the decision of the Alaskan Boundary Commis sion virtually concedes the American case is entirely untrue. The Commission thus far has not reached a decision, and no vote has even been taken in private session to indicate in any way the position of Chief Justice Alverstone. While confirming this statement the St. James Gazette adds that "there is increasing pessimism in Canadian circles." London, Eng.. Oct. 16. The Alas kan Boundary Commission has ad journed until tomorrow without making any announcement as to decision. American Rcysl Live Stock Show. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 10-21. For 'this occasion excursion tickets wi'l be sold to Kansas City and return at rate of $23.10 with an additional charge of 25 cents for executing tick ets for return. Tickets on saie Oc tober 16 to 20 with limit of October 19th. Tickets may be extended to Nov. 10th, by depositing with Joint Agent and paying a fee of 50 cents. M. D. BURNS. Agent. o Telephone Notice. The new telephone cables have been, put up and the worst of the trouble is over, however the' service will be impaired a little for ten days. . W. H. McCLINTOCK, Manager. o J600 cash will buy half interest In good paying business. Apply at RECORD office. tf Cha.r.ber cf Commerce Meeting. Ti.'ic wi'l - a n:-.iiri;; of tho ("han)!).r of Coinrnene at thHr rooms this rviiins at seven o'clock to make arram,'-nifntv for the enter tainment of the Hearst partyfr JERRY SIMPSON. For Sale at a Bargain. On easy terms SS0 acres land !5 miles southeast of Roswell. 70 acres in orchard, 70 acres In alfalfa, 50 acres in corn; two artesian wells, 80 acres water right from northern ca nal; two good houses. For sale in lots to suit purchaser. See Jerry Simpson. o WANTED. An elderly gentleman, strictly temperate, desires light em ployment about house. The best of references furnished. Aprly at this office.