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FROM OUT-O’-DOORS DFTFJiOPI>T, NATURE PLACES Douglas, Artz.. May 14.—Following the slogan started In thla atato to “seo Arizona First.” business men. news paper representatives and chambers of commerce officials, have gone be fore the Cochise County Board of Supervisors ask ini; that all roads loading the Cave Creek district, and other canyon beauty spot*, be repair ed and put in condition for heavy traffic. A more is also on foot here to r.lose business houses for at least a half day on Saturdays, thus providing more time for employes to take week-end trips in the hills and ad joining canyons. OWUTITU) AI»TO BAVRITK Bl Paso. Tex.. May 11.—The ruse of a farmer recently In the recovery by the police of a stolen car. A farmer near Pecos was approached by three men In a ear short of gas. He purporelv told them the nearest town vm three miles away and gave them gas to cover that distance. When they had gone he telephoned the sheriff. The trio was found. The car was recovered and it was learned they had beaten the chauf feur and thrown him out Into the road. AIRPLANE BULLDOGGING Cheyenne. Wyo.. May 14.—Bull dogging steers from an airplane "is the latest form of outdoor sport. Ivan De VUliera who styles himself as the flying cowboy, altho his name If You Want to Save on USED TIRES 500 naad tired, mil dim*. We also have about 100 new tlrea, all daea. See aa before yon bny. Wd band a large etock of USED AUTO PARTS and RADIATORS. SEE DS FIRST. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN ALL OUT-Or TOWN ORDERS. BIG 4 AUTO PARTS & RUBBER HOUSE 110 N. Santa F< Arm. Eatabliebed 1018. Phona 497. Largddt Anto Wrecking Houae in the Weet I—SUNDAY, MAY IS, 1921. doe* not sound like a cowboy’s has come to Cheyenne offering to do this most daring of stunts at a wild wed exhibition to be given here. De Villiers says he can Jump out of a rapidly moving airplane and land on & steer's neck every time without injuring himself or the steer. PREVEM9 WHEELS CLOGGING Tl» luga on a now tractor wheel work In and out like spade* from .an eccen tric on the axles and dean themselves, preventing tho wheel clogging in tho stickiest soil. Four Men Taken To Penitentiary Deputy Sheriff Delilquardi and Undersheriff Kenyon took four men to tho state penitentiary yesterday. They were: Christ!naberry. convineted of utter ing a forged renuest for transporta tion over the Bio Grande railway from Denver to Salt Lake City. He was sentenced to from IS months to 2 years. Romero, convicted of murder In the second degree for killing one Angone in the Romero home; sentenced to from 10 to 12 years. Uranyo. convicted of stealing two coats; and Garcia, convicted of steal ing chickens in the night time. Chieftain want ads. brine results. Used Ford Parts WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED TO FURNISH FORD OWNERS WITH USED FORD PARTS AT A BIG SAVING. These parts are carefufly inspected by our expert parts room man and mechanic. All parts will give you good service. Here are just a few of the many parts we have: w AXLE HOUSING WHEELS DRIVE SHAFT HOUSING CYLINDER BLOCKS CRANK CASES CYLINDER HEADS CRANK SHAFTS FLY WHEELS CAM SHAFTS TRANSMISSION PARTS TRANSMISSION COVERS MAGNETO COILS GASTANKS MAGNETS AND MANY OTHER SMALL PARTS AT The Ford Exchange 191 CENTRAL MAIN PHONE 681 PORTABLE TRAFFIC LIGHTS AND NIGHT DANGER SIGNALS TO MINIMIZE ACCIDENTS Here are shown two device* which has bern installed to help regulate traffic and InHiire a gat net accident*. The photo on the left shown a N>w York police officer wearing th** port able night traffic light* Installed by Special Deputy f 'ornmissioncr Harris. Three lights, red. yellow and green, are attached to a white mhher apron. By pressing push buttons the officer can direct traffic perfectly at nlcht A light with a reflector illumlnatca FOREST PROTECTION WEEK SET Week of May 22 to 2* has been set • ride by Governor Hhotip. In conform ity with an action taken by President Harming, as Forest Protection Week. Governor Shotip in his proclamation, calls attention to the enormous waste of the forests of the United States from fire each year, retting the figure at 120.00n.000. and tells of tho deplor able increase In the area of non-pro riucttve land and lnerraslng shortage of timber, from the fire causes. Colorado's Forest Protection week Is being handled hv a < onimiltee In Denver, of which Roger W. Toll, of the Colorado Mountain • liib. is 'halrman. and Frederick R. Ross and 11 X. .Wheeler, of the Denver o\ic and Com merrlal association and the United States Forest Service, respectively, are members. In a recent communication, this com mitter says: ' The preservation of our forests is absolutely to the welfare of Colorado. F»rr is their chief enemy. There is no need to tell yon of tho gnat \aliie of our forest for lumber, for innumerable timber products, for flood prevention, as n reservoir for Ir THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN the policeman’s fare. On fhe right Is a unique night danger signal, recently Installed at dangerous street crossings tn Cincinnati. It consists of a one foot square red mirrored glass mount ed on a live font steel pole. The sig nal is placed close to the curb line at such an angle that at night the head lights of approaching ntitomohllcs are reflected in the red glass, giving the impression that a red headlight glea med from the signal. rigatlon. as a vital part of our magntfl ' ent mountain scenery and for many other purposes that are essential to us and to our Ftate. "What Is h. burned hillside worth? Imagine this state without its trees! Our industries would shrivel and die. Our population. Instead of growing, would shrink, for who would live in a desert ? "A burned forest cannot be replaced in a hundred years F.very year there arc many forest fire*, and nearly all of them are preventable. Every big fire started from a little one ’•When you strike a match. Use Tour Head, the match can » " "Fores* Protection Week. May ??-2*. Id • national event President Harding and Governor Rhoup have Issued proclamations, urging the Individual and collective efforts of all cif.lsens to check this disastrous waste of our In heritance. "Forest fires start thru ignorance, • arelrssne** «nd indifference. f*rt peo ple know that there Is nn arousing public opinion that will no longer tol erate the destruction of our public property hernur.e a few individuals are lazy and thoughtless." During the Months of May and June We fir*. FREE, * Pmuylnai* Ton-TeeUd Tube with each Vecuum Cnp Tin. Our prion now ere LOWER THAN THEY HAVE EVES BEEN. Fabric Tine Guaranteed 6,000 milee. Cord Tires Gnarenteed 0,000 Mile?. DISTRIBUTORS OF QABRIEL SNUBBERS. VESTA BATtERIES. PENNSYLVANIA TIRES United Rubber Co. ill N. MAIN ST. PUEBLO. TO WARM MOTORCYCLISTS' HANDS Hand* and feet of motorcycle rider* can bo kept warm with new attach ment* for their marhlnea that convey warm exhaust gasea from the engine* to metal cowl*. j P There ip one sore way of eyoiding trouble and that it to use STRAIGHT RUN RIGHT O’WAY GASOLINE. Right o’Way 'lGasoline Yoo feel spring in yoor bones right now and are planning to get out on the open road. Bnt to complete the trip your car most be “Up to Snnff.” You should refill with fresh OIL erery six to eight hundred miles. We will drain yoor crank case FREE of charge, refill with the right weight of MONOGRAM, and charge only for theOiL TWO STATIONS EIGHTH AND MAIN C. AND SO. MAIN / \ SERVICE WITH A SMILE A. V. P. CO. 1 c On Each Gallon of Gasoline Goes For Good Roads. HORIZONTAL ACCELERATOR An antomoblle accelerator pedal pat ented by a North Dakotan works horl xontally instead of vertically, relieving a driver from keeping hla foot In a strained position. RADIATOR NEAR REAR AXLE Th* motor and radiator of a French automobile are mounted cl*« to the rear axle, the Inventor claiming this arrangement permit* the u»e of smaller and lighter hodle*.