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IftltA I r m e m é I : , i ii s , i MM s Gently cleanse your liver and sluggish bowels while you sleep. Get 10-cent box. Sick hendadle. hillnnntipKn. tiph, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath always trace them to tnrnld liver; delayed, fermenting food la the ooweis or aour, gassy stomach. Tolaonoui matter clogged in tho In testines, Instead of being cast out of the system is re absorbed Into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes con gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick ening headache. Cascareis immediately cleanse the stomach, remore the sour iinrilcnnipri food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the Uver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head clear, Btomach sweet and, your liver and bowels regular Tor months. Adv. Chocolates in Fashion. Matinee girls make and break fash ions In confectionery, and Just now títere Is a deadly sot toward chocolates of all kinds. Time was when the chocolate cream was every girl's Ideal of luscious delight. Then came days when bonbons ruled and when the clever girl behind the candy counter slipped only a small proportion of chocolates Into a box of assorted sweets. But chocolate has come to Its own again. I'erhaps this Is why Oeorgle Cohan introduced a touching scene in bis play, "Hello, Droadway." You see, the girl lie is In love with makes an awful discovery. And oh. how she raves when the secret comes out!. She finally throws Georgie over because he confesses he's a chocolate fiend. "Oh, double O!" she again raves. "Ain't It awful, and to think I always thought he was a perfect geu tleman." IMPORTANT THAT PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY. Tlie testimonial I am to give you conies unsolicited. I have been suffer ing from lumlingo for tun jcii-a and at times was unable to si and erect. A Mr. 3)ean of this city, uw me in my condi tion (bent over) unci inquired the cause. I told him that I had the lumbago, lie replied, "If you get what I tell you to, you need not have it." I 'said I would take anything for ease. He said, "You gel two bottles of Dr. Kilmer's Sn-amp-Koot and take it, and if it does not In yon O. K. I will pay for the medicine my self." I did po and am a well man. For live months I have been well as could be. Before I took your Swamp-Root was in constant pain day anil night. This may look like advertising, but it Becms to me most important that the public should be made familiar with this treat ment as it is the only one 1 know which ii an absolute cure, i owe a great deal to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and am anx ious that others situated as 1 was should know and take advantage of it. Hoping that this testimonial may be of benefit to some one, I am. J. A. HOWTjAXD. 1734 Humboldt St. Denver, Colo. Ftate of Colorado i City and County of Denver 8"' Personally appeared before me. a Notary Public in and fur the city and rounty of Denver in the State of Colorado, J. A. Howland, known to me as the person whose name is subscribed to the above statement and upon his oath declares that it is a true and correct statement. DAXI1X H. DRAPKR. Notary, Public. Letter to Dr. Kilmer V Co. Binfhamron. N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Rend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Pinghamtnn, N. '., for a simple size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a Ixxiklet of valuable in formation, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and men tion this paper. Regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottle for sale at all drug stores. Adv. Getting Back at Him. There lived in a certain county a Jlr. Crane, who had for a neighbor a Air. Fuller. Crane and Fuller were not the best of friends, and scarcely ever met without having a passage-alarms. Meeting one day, Fuller said: "Crane, what is the difference be tween a crane and a meadow hen?" "Oh," replied Crane, "there 1b a great deal of difference. Tl.e meadow hen is fuller In the body, and fuller in the neck, and fuller In the breast in fact, it is fuller all over." SELF SHAMPOOING With Cuticura Soap la Most Comfort ' Ing and Beneficial. Trial Free. . Especially If preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment to spots of dan druff and itching on the Bcalp akin. These aupercreamy emollients meet evpry skin want as well as every toilet and nursery want In caring for the skin, scalp, hair and hands. Sample each free by mall with Hook. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY, lioston. Sold everywhere. Adv. Quite So. "Now they ore advertising dread naught gray. They ought not to drug the various colors into this linbiogllo." "What do you moan?" "(!ray has always been considered a neutral tint." Kansas City Journal. Important to Mother Examina carefully every bottle ol OAS' OKI A. a safe and sure remedy foi Infanta and children, and see that It Hears the Signature In Use For Over 30 Years, Children Cry for Fletcher! CastorU Don't be in a hurry to accept a bald .head as an oftliiul badge of w isdom. ÜAbüAHt I b r4i v j, CHEAPEST FEED FOR WINTEF Hay, Straw and Fodder Cut and Mixei With Bran, Crushed Corn and Cob meal Is Relished by Stock. Cutting or grinding hay, straw anc fodder add nothing to their nutrltlvt value. Hut with proper arrange mcnts It Is more convenient to feed and when mixed with wheat bran anc crushed corn and cobmeal, horses, cows and sheep will eat cut foddei and wheat straw as greedily as the bea! of hay. Whore there is an abundance of fodder and straw this is a verj economical method of wintering atoe the hay may be sold and the monej used for buying the bran and oil meal One bushel of fine-cut fodder sa) about eight pounds and one quart o: corn chop and one quart of whea1 bran and one pint of oil meal mixei with, warm water during the colt weather three times a day, Is a gooc allowance for a cow not giving mill that will come fresh in spring. Cowl giving milk should be allowed mor bran and corn chop. The usual allow ance is three nintB of corn -chop. twe quarts of wheat bran and one pint a oil meal, mixed with half bushel ol equal parts of mixed hay fodder and straw, given three times a day. Coarst fodder should be split and cut fine; some of our milk farmers are using s s A t-.4? ,:i vf. S 4 Beef Cattle Grazing on. Virginia Par tur. machine that grinds the fodder. Prac tical feeders estimate that fodder straw and second quality hay cut Ant and mixed with meal, is worth $8 tc $10 per ton, as there Is no waste. Horses should be fed according tc their work. One bushel of cut straw and two quarts of corn chop may bt regarded as equivalent to good mixed bay. If the horses are fioing but little work they will do well on this mixture being given all they will eat up clean If at steady work give two or thret quarts of oats or six to eight ears ol corn three times a day In addition. Eheep should be given a little gralr. once a day. Have roomy shed am! hard, dry earth floor. Wheat straw mixed hay and corn fodder, fed ir. moderate amounts, will keep them in thrifty condition. IMPACTION IN WORK HORSES Animals Are Turned Out to Olc Straw Stack and Allowed to Shift for Themselves. IRy TUt. I. V. NEWSON. Colorado Ex poriment Station.) This is the time of the year when impaction of the bowels is most com mon to work horses. The animals having little to do- are turned out tc n old straw stack or coarse alfalfa and allowed to shift for themselves Owing to the cold weather they drink little water and the coarse food not being properly moiBtened clogs the intestines. This is more liable to be the case if the teeth are not in first class condition, for then the food la not finely ground in the mouth. Look ing arter the teeth and giving an oc casional bran mash will materially reduce impactions. COMPOSITION OF EWE'S MILK Different Breeds Show Some Variation In Fat Content Lamb Needs Good Laxative at First. An analysis of ewe milk shows it to be very high In fat content. The different breeds bIiow some variation In this regard, and there is a consid erable variation in the fatty content of the milk of a single ewe at various times. All ewes give richer milk im mediately after the lamb is born than they do later on. The percentage of fat sometimes runs as high as 11 per cent at this time. Nature made this arrangement, no doubt, because the lamb needs a laxative at first to set its digestive ap paratus in motion and free it of feces that have been collecting during Its pre-natal growth. Crop of Lusty Lambs. Proper feed and care will Insure a lusty lot of lambs in the spring. Attention Required by Sheep. Sheep require little attention other than close oversight, excepting at lambing and shearing time when they cannot have too much attention. Working a Brood Mare, j Keep the brood mare working mod erately nearly up to the time of foal ing. Well Bred Farmer. No well bred farmer ever contents himself with scrub stock or pool crops. WESTERN MINING NEWS IN BRIEF Waalern Newiipaprr t'nlon Nerci Prrvlc:. Market Value of Metals. St. Louis. Lead $:!.77'4. Spelter $8 7.r.í 8.9H. New York.- llnr silver 48 c. Lead $:i.82n.87; London. M9, 8, 9d Spelter-$8.90 8.92; Ixmdon, X40. Copper Electrolytic, $14.6214.87; casting, $li.2514.e2. Arl lona. Ore shipments from the Letson lease of the lligglns' property at Bis bee have been resumed. Another $20,000 bar of bullion was brought in from Gold Road mill near Kingman by Treasure Messenger (?. B. Ayers and shipped to the San Fran cisco mint. Mines, copper and mining stock, from a Risbee standpoint, are main taining their own. Development and production is going forward in most of the shafts of that district with gradual increases to be noted nearly all along the line. Tlje production of copper in the Su perior diKtrict Is, perhaps, the most notable feature of the producing end. In the caHe of the Copper Range mines, the Baltic, Trlnioitiitaln and Champion are now on a twenty-slx-day-per month output. Encouraged by the rise in the price of copper and Improving business condition, the owners of the Cochise mining property, Incorporated not long ago under the name of the "Southwestern Copper Co.." propose starting work on that promising group or eighteen claims, situated twenty bix miles south of San Simon and four miles from Paradise. New Mexico. The Rodeo nitrate beds are said to average 23 per cent, which makes them workable. The La Luz Copper Company has Incorporated with a capitalization of $250,000. Mining and smelting of ores will be its principal object. It was stated at Artesla that Den ver capitalists are to put up the $150, 000 to proBpect for oil in the Pecos valley on the lines laid down by Geologists Fischer and Arnold. Wyoming. AVork has Btarted at Sunrise on the High Line and Lone Jack mines. Wyoming's oil output wbh nearly doubled In 1914, as compared with the production of the previous year, and amounted to 4,600,000 barrels. G. K. King of Douglas has leased L'100 acres of oil land in the vicinity of Thermopolis and expects to have a drilling outfit at work within a short time. The prospects for both oil and gas are very good. It is learned that the corporation formed for the building of a refinery and pipe lines In the Dig Horn basin has been Incorporated under the laws of the state of New Jersey for $20, 000,000, and it is expected that the incorporation papers will be filed in Wyoming within a short tome. Colorado. Tlie Wellington Mines Company's property 1b keeping both of its con centration mills running full time. Shrack. Braun and Wallace, lessees of the Helen mine, on Nigger hill, near Australian gulch, are working the property steadily. . At the Atlas mine, in the Sneffles range, Ouray dlHtrlct. the reported sue cessful results of oil flotation for the mixed oreB have qroused Interest in the availublllty or this special treat ment for other mines in the locality having slmllur ores. A. W. Richardson returned to Ouray and Immediately made arrangements to work the lower level of the Iowa Chief tunnel, of the Calliope group. The Leadville contingent, leasing on both the North and Suuth Londou mine, Park county, has started ship ping ore with an average value of $85 per ton. The Small Hopes owners, working the Emmet shaft at Leadville, are now shipping in the neighborhood of sev enty-flve tons daily of a zinc sulphide that nets $10 per ton. Plans have been formulated for the inauguration at an early date of an en larged ruiupulgu of development on the Gold Bond property, situated on Gobi Hill, Cripple Creek. The StarB Consolidated Company has completed a contract with the Pu eblo Steel Works to take 100 tons dally of manganese to average 25 pec cent. Shipping has started. The Cumbre Mining Company, a Denver promotion, which is operating the Juaniutta property on Nigger hill near Hreckenrldge. Is sinking Its Khaft another "lift" from the 200-foot level. Guy Woliolt bus three machines breaking ore on hla lease on the Isa bella and bopes to make a production of a curluad per day. The ore is test ing over $100 to the ton and If ship ments are kept up for months, as now seems sure, the production from his leaHe alone will aggregate a million dollurs tn a year. Fred J. de Haven, manager of the Lackawanna Melle Mining Company at Leadville, reports the property In good physical condition with the ore bodies strong and the values holding up to the standard. In the Montezuma and Ureckenridge districts are several properties which formerly produced considerable quan titles of zinc ores, now idle, that prob ably will be started up early in the coming summer if the price of zinc oi spelter holds above $5. RicbardBon & McKlnley, leasing on the C. K. & N. mine, have Just re ceived relurna on a narrow gauge cur of ore from that property which set tled for $399 per ton, or a total valua tlou of over $8,000 for the narrow gauge carload. Winter Chills Bring Kidney HI A spell of cold, damp weather Is always followed by a tine crop of kid Dcy troubles and backache. Colds and chills damage the kid neys. Other troubles common to win ter weather are JubI as bad. Grip, ton silitis, quinsy, pneumonia or any other Infectious disease hurts the kidneys by overloading the blood with polsonB. The kidneys get worn, weak and in flamed trying to work It off. It Isn't hard to strengthen weak kidneys though, if you act quickly. At the first sign of backache, dizzy spells, headaches, loss of weight, nerv ousness, depression and painful, Irreg ular kidney action, start using Doan's Kidney Pills. Rest the kidneys by simple eating, avoidance of overwork and worry, and getting more rest and sleep. A milk diet is fine. This sensible treatment should bring quick benefit and prevent seri ous kidney diseases like dropsy, travel and Bright'! disease. Clip this advertisement and mall It to the address below for a free trial of Doan's Kidney Pills, the best rec- tr I V J, ? When ! Sold I7 an Pealen,, CUT OUT FOR A FINANCIER Small Maiden Was by No Means as Free From Guile as She' Ap peared to Travelers. Two great tears shone in her hazel eyes as she stood by the slot machine outside the wayside Inn two tears so large that a young man passing on his motorcycle saw them clearly. "Excuse me," he said gently, "but If you tell me all about it perhaps I can help you." The girl shook her pretty head. "I've put a penny In the slot mnclilne." she answered, "and nothing will come out." "Ah," said the young man, "that's soon remedied." Drawing a penny from Ills pocket, he Inserted It In the machine. Six times he tried with six different pen nies, but absolutely nothing happened. Then be rode away, poorer but hap pier. As he rounded the corner the girl's mother appeared in the doorway. "Well, Kate," she asked, "how are things going?" "Al," came the roply. "lie's the tenth. Altogether I've netted three dollars this morning." SYRUP OF FIGS FOR It is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. Look back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted on castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize' what they do. The children's revolt Is well-founded. Their tender little "insldes" are injured by them. If your child's utomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only deli cious "California Syrup of Figs." Its action Is positive, but gentle. Millions of mothers keep this harmless "fruit laxative" handy; they know children love to take It; that it never fails to clean the liver and bowels and sweet en the stomach, and that a teaspoonful given today savea a sick child tomor row. Ask at the store for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup ofFlgs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly 00 each bottle. Adv. Never Good at Mathematics Anyhow. "This yur town Is getting to be too thundering mathematical for com fort!" grumbled old Dad Ding. "Tilth er day, as 1 was standing on a corner a taxicah run over my toes, und then stopped Just beyond me. " Here, confound you!' says I to the shover. 'These yur toes that you just smashed are mine!" "'Well, why didn't you drag 'em out of the way?' he asked. "Drag the devil?' I yelled. 'How did 1 know how fur they protruded? Kxpeet a visitor in your fair city to do nothing all the time but (lgner up his own teet?" " Kunsas City Slur. Changed Views. ' Time makes a big difference." "What are you thinking of?" ".My wile's father. I used to think him a stubborn old fool. Now I re spect his Judgment." "What's happened?" "Nothing, only he did his dnrndest to prevent my eloping with ha (laugh ter." Detroit Free Press. When Your Eyes Need Care Cb Murine Kye Medicine. No braartlng ring Arm Oillckly. Try II for Krd, WVult. Bore EyeM mni Ui-Hliulatrd K.rell.ts, Murine In rompuumlrti by uur Oruiisti not e "Pulent Medicine' but Utfeit In uuceMHrul PhysirUUH' Practice fur many yearn. Now dedicated tn Ibe Public and Mold by DruirfrIMM at ic per Bottle. Murine Kye Halve lu A wptic TiiIm-h. Bo and boc. Write for Hoolt of the Eye c ree. Murine Eye Remedy Company, Chicago. AUe. Same Old Story. Green Do you remember that stock I bought In a gold mine hint Biiunner? Drown Ves. How did you come out Gieen Minus. A born shopper U a woman who can make the rounds of the bargain coun ters without spending a cent. Stnile on wash day. That'i when you une Red Clone lint Blue, (intiies whiter than enow. All giucers. Adv. A barber nay not cat sawdust, but be Can well live on shavings. , IP- "I'J It all riihl only for my tjcl(. " YourrBack Is Lame-Remembcr'the V tí; BOOTS KIDNEY frico SO centv, fosujr-Mübum CoBuflaloí Watch For O'tifht. CoMi nM PI it ropen, und at th flint imptoni of mr Mirh ailment, t.iv ftniftll úuit'l ut I bat wundtrful reoiwdi, Dow Um tuuat ut-l ta existence, HlOHN'S IHMTEMTFR COMPOUND (0 rents and II a bottle; 5 and fftQ the doten of aur drngrlat. haraaaa a.ar, of delivered br NI'Oll M KIM (A I, ('., Cbflnilat ind Dave trriulog Uta, Üuahaa, Ind. Ü. 8. A. OWNER EXPECTED TOO MUCH Borrowing Neighbor Considered He Had Done Hit Fair Share In the Transaction, A few days ago saw Ol McMahon borrowing a hatchet or other imple ment to drive or draw nails at Sher man's hardware store, says the To ronto (Kan.) Republican. And that brought to mind a "borrowing" story of Uncle Ol: A great number of years ago Her bert Lockard owned one of the few two-section harrows hereabout. I'ncle Ol was farming some, and went up to borrow it. Herbert always would loan anything he had, but he wanted it brought home. So he waited a rea sonable time for the harrow to be brought back, and finally, having to use it, went after it. As he drove along be began to get roiled over the thought of going after his own harrow, and by the time he got it loaded Into his wagon was downright mad. Said he: "OI. I thought you was neigh bor enough to bring home what you borrowed." "liring it home!'' shouted Ol, with a great show of indignation; "bring it home! Why, heavens to Iletsy, man, I went after It! How much do you expect of a neighbor, anyhow?" FALLING HAIR MEANS DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE Save Your Hair! Get a 25 Cent Bottle of Oanderine Right Now Also Stops Itching Scalp. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy bair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf. There Is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of Its luster, its strength and its very life; eventually producing a feverish ness and itching of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die then the hair falls out fast. A little Oanderine tonight now any time will surely save your hair. Uet a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any store, and after the first application your bair will take on that life, luster and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appear ance of abundance; an Incomparable glosi and softness, but what will please you most will be after lust a few weeks' use, when you will actual ly see a lot of fine, downy hair new hair growing all over the scalp Adv. Lost His Reckoning. One of this world's unfortuuutes was arrested in Covington for. loitering, and lien taken before the judge to be dealt with was asked by that olticlal, ".My good fellow, do you live in this town?" "Nope," said the prisoner. "Where are you going?" imiuircd the judge. "To heaven." came the answer. "Take him below," commanded the judge. "He Is crazy or he never would have come to C'ovlnK'on on the trip he san be is taking." The Reason. Itelle The pomp that woninii as sumes Is very unbecoming lo her ht le. Nell Sure. Her "lath" are too largo. There ltui't much hope for the peo ple who would rather tell their tioii bles than be popular. lh H.P. Chon Boy Engine, $28.50 21 H. P. Hired Man Engine, $35.00 9 tfievruutu for canto tita cr4t. It Uuffe rea Trial. 1 'j&etTA Abaolmely (iiarantr! to operaut to ymir en tira mil dim imn. I'uuip navttr, rtui efiMrtlul, ciiuru. gilud fetwl. thud nud G iiuru meed bf U A. WATKIH9 MD.SE. CO. DENVER, COLO. Orturf Httitchfnrdi Cult Mrttl 231b. 4Í.OÜ SOH'J. ÍA.OO-ÍOO 10m. $3 30 C1 Ta 1 tottm wtoá. brtt li, la rare erac aaiO lllUO lot, 'J I.U Arc ,Uer H l..d m r. ommended kidney remedy In th world. You'll decide It worth a trial, when you read this enthusiastic testi mony. Helpless From Pain , Doan't Kidney Pill Brought the Firtt Relief Jnhn T. ftranttlnv, til John inn Pt., Trlnl. dad. Colo., 4Mi: "I w ennflnfd to mjT brj for three mrtntht wlih rhfumaiUm and I tu pfrOctly hHplosa. rtnally whn I t"t up I ha4 to ur crutch r to ft around. From that time on 1 had attacks of ktdnr trouble. 1 was jrrtl)r annnyed by too fre quent paasaff-s of tha kidney secretions, causing my rest to be disturbed eeTtral times durtnt; the night. By spells I hmrm been hardly able to get up or down. I 1 pent a great deal ef tnonry doctoring and trying advertised medicines, but not until I began using Dmn'i Kidney Pills did I find the results I hnd been looking for. This medicine rid me of the pain In my back, regulated the passages or the kidney secre tions and miMle my kidnrya normal. I hare betn able to work every day since and I can say that 1ort's Kidney Hills have made mi feel like a different man." , Name PILLS ft XT fropr letorj) Your Colts Wouldn't Pats. "Did you stop In the employment agency to get a cook?" asked Mrs. CroBslots. "Ves," replied her husband vefjr gloomily. "Efght of 'em looked me over and decided that I wouldn't do." They etnp the tickle. Pean' MititlioUted Cough Drops stop coughi quickly. A pleas ant remedy 5c at all good DruggUM. Probably nothing makes a woman so angry as to ask a man for his candid opinion of her and get It. When an old-fashioned farmer trav els he carries most of his baggage in his pockets. Red Cro Dag Blue, much better, 'go farther than buuid blue. Get from an grocer. Adv. Many a man Imagines he's the whole circus w ho hasn't the ghost of a show. A real guarantee r: i Or vu ivuiiug, A useless rUk is to buy roofing not guaranteed by a responsible) con cern. When you buy our roofing yoa Eet the written guarantee of the world 's irgest manufacturers of roofing and building papera. Buy materials that last Certaiwieed Roofing our trading product is guaranteed $ years for 1-ply, 10 year, for 2-ply and 5 years for 3-ply We alao make lower priced roofinfr, slate surfaced shingle, building papers, wall boards, out-door paints, plastic cement, etc. Ak your dealer for products made bv in. They ere reasonable in price and we stand behind them. General Roofing Manufacturing Co. WorW lapr;,af mamifnrtHm of Hoofing and ifti.JtiiNt Jnfrra Ntv Ter Or Bsitea CU Ffthimna rMUealfUs AiUala CW,kaJ DtrM St. Uala Ctacrmtti KiausCUy Missus ins SsaFraadtte SmIUs ImJm HMUrs Srsavy Beauty Is Only Skin Deep It is vitally nec essary there fore, that you take good care IV-. oi your skin. ZONA POMADE if used regularly will beautify and preserve your complexion and help you retain the bloom of early youth for many years. Try it for 30 days. If not more than satisfied you get your money back. 50c at druggists or mailed direct. Zona Company, Wichita, Kan. Ulfsss Tsw W Inset SPauenger.Cny&gppt 0ayli,EItrloLigh1VÍf and Starter, 25 H.P. Grtat--t hill eUiuber; Í8 ti 30 miles on 1 gallon ifitot-jline. ln.iNN) mtlr on one net of Ore, htfw.itt Spfvtlnniflvr, one lutta lop. It ft ti- bttif. .Htfill Inch tlrt-H, Wfiflil l.t: poumU. MKTZ ami GAUThltCAIt iittrit.ii turn tor Ctilurutlü, New Mfüivu ttuü Vumlu,. The Colorado Cartercar Co. 1636 Broadway i Deavr, Colorado LIVE AQENT8 WANTED IMP I01U BR00MC0RN TO ua FOR IIST RESULTS CHEAP iJHAcN8cE RATES LIBERAL LOAN MADE WRITE US COYNE BROTHERS IIS W. SOUTH WATER ST.. CHICAGO DEFIANCE STARCH is coustantly growing in favor because il Does Not Stick to the Iron and il will out injure iha finest fabric rui laiimlrf purposrs il bat no equal. 16 oi psrtsut 10c. 1-3 more ilsrth fur same munr; DEFIANCE STARCH CO., Omstia. Nrbrsski i n rr -j , lam,., . mi 4 W. N. U.. DENVER. NO. 9 1915. 1 A. \n\n NOTICIAS DEL SUROESTE W picrn NrwHiinpar 1'nlnn News Servir. Nuevo Mexico. Kl dliiue de Kngle estrt ahora com pletado en hub S3 centésimas-partes. Francisco M. HoJorquPz fué reelegido Jiputudo para el condado de Sierra. Silver City ha decidido empedrar las dos principales calles de negocio. Harriet C. Hutler fué nombrada idininistiadoia de correos en Farming :on. En C'lovls se etá construyendo un jlevador grande pura productos agrí colas. I.a Cámara votfl una tárifa de tres centavos pura pasajeros á una mayoría muy Importante. Maywell expidió un furgón de fil ióles á Kansas City. El propietario recibió tres centavos la libra. Santos Sanchez, de 105 büob de edad, murió en Albuquerque. E! no habla ?stado enfermo desde diez años. El Club Comercial de Alumogordo pstA preparando los planes de una ex hibición de condado el otoño que viene. El Presldento Wilson nombró & Arthur .1. Evana de Elida, registrador le la oficina de tierras en Fort Sum aor. . En Gardner, Mont., bp hizo una expedición de cincuenta ciervos diez toros y cuarenta vacas pura Decatur, N. M. T. E. Stephenson, ' superintendente de la Compañía do zinc, en Kelly, fué seriamente, y quiza fatalmente herido en una calda en la mina. Los agricultores de Quay Hbrarpn catorce furgones de muís para escobas en Tucunicari, de los cuales recibieron de $G0 & $80 la tonelada. El Reverente Frederick Bennett, encargado de la iglesia de la Santa Cé, de 1894 A 183.-, murió en la casa de St. Luke en Phoenix, Ariz. El alcalde Lea, de Roswell, deBlgnrt los dlaB de Febrero 13-20, como semana do limpiamiento, y ahora Ros well presenta una apariencia mejorada. El Gobernador McDonald anunció & ambas Cámaras de la legislatura que firmó l proyecto da Cámara 138, que es la medida de investigación de Blood. El condado de Quay tiene una superficie de 2.806 millas cuadradas, conteniendo "7 distritos de escuela, 104 cuartos de escuela, 104 maestros y 3,571 escolares. Los agricultores en la vecindad de Houdale plantarán sesenta acres de tomutes la próxima estación. Se asegura asi el establecimiento de una fábrica de conservas. El . gobernador firmó la medida tomada hace algún tiempo y que tiene por efecto de extender el término de clases de cinco á siete meses y es ahora una ley. Un telegrama de Washington de clara que el Instituto .Militar de Nuevo México retiene su primer grado en la Clase A del concurso nacional de tiro entre las escuelas militares. Los resultados oficiales indican que Tulnrosa perdió la proposición de bono de escuela superior por 19 votos, 957 votos habiendo sido depositados con tra 97Ü en favor de la proposición. La nueva bomba de incendio llamada American-!. France, de triple efecto, con wagon de mangueras y de acción química de 100 caballoa de fuerza, costando $9,000 llegó á Dem ing. ' James T. Fay fué condenado á una multa de $100 por venta Ilegal de licores, después de un Juicio en Farin ington. Se declaró que Fay, en el condudo de prohibición de San Juan, habla expedido cinco galones de licor cada semana. En un mensaje especial & ambas ('Anuirás de la legislatura se está urgiendo una apropiación adicional para pagar los gastos relativos & la contienda de la frontera entre Nuevo México y TexaB. Ilagorman sufrió la mayor pérdida de incendio, medida en valor de propiedad destruida, de bu historia, cuando se quemo el edificio del hotel de Hagerman. siendo la pérdida total casi de $25,000. El Gobernador McDonald nombró A los siguientes notarios públicos; Al bert S. Duumer y Jhn F. Sliiims. Al buquerque; David C. JoluiBon, John son; Dudley P. Garrett, Las Cruces; Charles L. Kennedy, White Oaks. Los miembros de Ilondale de ls Asociación de Agricultores del valle de Mimbres se ganaron su contienda para un subparadero en Móndale para suplirles de petróleo necesitado en sus trabajos du plantas de bomba. El Dictador francmasón J. Kellv de la logia de Silver City No. 903, Leal Orden de los Mooses, nombró A un comité para conducir la campaña que tiene por objeto obtener el establee! mentó en esn del Sanatorio Nacional le los Mooses. El Comité de comiln acuerdo que Investieará el colegio de estadp y otros negocios de hacienda en conexión comprende los Senadores Cnimpton y Alldredge y el Diputado Wood, Chavez y Luna. Alldredge y Rutherford son Demócratas. La Luz Copper Company, con oficinas en La Luz, y J. O. Ilarrett de agente legal, presentó sus papeles de Incorporación A la Comisión de Cor poraciones. La compañía está capitali zada á $'.50,0110. de cuyo capital ya están pagados $197,0011. Juan Lucero fué arrestado y entre gado al gran jurado por el robo de $9 en dinero y seis botellas de ojo-rojo en la cantina de Juan Sanchez en EiiBt Vaughn. También el cofre fuerte eu la tienda de Luis Stern fué robado de $71) y papeles de valor. Durante el año, del 1 de enero, 1914, al 1 de diciembre, 1914. el pueblo de Roswell usó 2(10,784.131 galones de agua, según lo establece el Informe annul del superintendente del Departa mento de agua y cloacas. T. D. Hud gens.