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All Parts of the State
w.m.rn Newepapor Unlnn Nrwo Service.
New Speed Ordinance.
Tuoumcarl. -In the future the speed
ordinance setting eight mile an hour
as the limit will be enforced owing
to several recent narrow encapes fiom
Oevemor to Review Troops,
aanta Ft. Governor Hills and staff
will review the New Mexlca National
Guard at Las Vegan July 26th, during
the encampment there. A dinner will
be given at night at which the gov
ernor and staff will be present
To Represent Shriners.
Santa Ve. Clinton J. Crandall of
Santa Fe, K. L. Medler and B. C. Allen
of Albuquerque have been chosen to
represent Ballut Abyad Temple of the
Mystic Shrine at the national gather
ing of Shriners at Rochester, N. v ,
July nth to 14th.
Cool as a Cucumber.
Albuquerque. With a maximum
temperature of slightly less than 80
degrees and una of the heaviest and
most extensive rainfalls In the past
ten years, this section of New Mexico
is not suffering from the severe heat
now prevailing tn the east.
Pecos Valley Poultry Association.
Roswell. The Pecos Valley Poultry
Association at their regular monthly
meeting voted to join with the others
of Roswell in the Roswell product ex
hibition, to be held October 5th, 6th
and Tth. This exhibition will Include
everything grown in the Pecos valley
and the Poultry Association will be
there with all its fine chickens and
Prominent Man Arrested.
Albuquerque. A prominent politi
cian In this county, a wealthy sheep
man and director In a local bunk,
Frank A. Hubbell, wan arrested and
gave bond for appearance before a Jus
tice to answer to a charge of assault
with Intent to kill preferred by
Charles F. Spader of Bernalillo, form
er county commission of Sanduval
county and a prominent Indian trader
Man Killed With Stone.
Albuquerque. With his head beaten
out of shape with a heavy stone in the
hands of a husband whom he bad
wronged, death claimed Ieopodn
Montoya as the result of an encounter
with Bpaflorldito Baca, at Tecolote,
near Las Vegas. Baca Is in Jaii at
i,as Vegas, having been placed there
by order of Sheriff Secundlno Romero
when news of the assault reached Las
New Enterprise for Tucumcarl.
Tucumcari. Another enterprise for
thia city is a factory for the manu
facture of porous tiling for sub-irrigation
according to the method of Al
Hardin. M. B. Rice of this city, who
is the promator of the recently formed
1500,000 Ute Creek Oil and Oas Com
pany, is at work forming a local com
pany who will finance the venture and
it la hoped to have the plant in opera
tion by the first of August.
Frank A. Hubbell Cleared.
Albuquerque. After a preliminary
hearing which lasted all day and was
attended by a large crowd, Frank A.
Hubbell, a leading banker and news
paper proprietor, charged with assault
with a knife with Intent to kiUChailes
F. Spader, former county commission
er of Sandoval county, was dismissed.
Justice W. M McClellan, befor- whom
tu.' bearing was held, ruled that the j
vldenc showed Hubbell u3ert his
pocket-knife in self-defense.
Judge Abbott Gives 96,000.
Albuquerque. Judge Ira A. Abbott,
of the Sdcond District Court, has of
fered to the Y. M. C. A. property
upon which he has secured an option
at the price of 94,500, on condition
that the organization raises 95.UUO ad
ditional in pledges from responsible
cltlaens. Judge Abbott, in case bis
offer is accepted, offers to donate 9600
for repairs to the big building, mak
ing a total gift of 96,000 to the organi
sation. Bodies Are Recovered.
Santa Fe. The bodies of Adolfo
Mera aged 11; Eugenio Sanchex, 18,
and Jeremiah Mendosa, 14, who were
drowned by a cloudburst in the Arroyo
l)e San Cristobal, were recovered near
Corrillos, in the Galisteo. into which
the arroyo flows. The parents of the
boys are all prominent and well to do.
The drowning occurred when the
horses went over a steep bank and
tilted the wagon throwing the boys
Into the flood which was Just coming
down from the mountains in the ar
royo, which at other times Is dry.
Historio Pageant at Celebration.
Santa Fe. At Santa Fe the distinc
tive feature of the Fourth of July cele
bration was an historic pageant to
commemorate the ro-conquest of
Santa Fe by Don Diego de Vargas in
1698. Descendants of the Spanish set
tlers in the costumes of the seven
teenth century, the Spanish-American
allium and the Pueblo Indians of
Tesuque, Taos, Ildefonso, Santa
Clara, San Juan, Santo Domingo and
c'ochltl. In war costume, participated.
LITTLE NtW MEXICO ITEMS
Minor Oeeurenees of More Than Ordi
Western Newspaper Union Nawa Berries.
There la not a vacant cottage la
Joseph Schlosser, an old time resi
dent of Grant county is dead.
The demand for brick from the peni
tentiary is greater than the supply.
The Tucumcarl Chamber of Com
merce has added 110 new members.
Miguel B. Ortiz has been arrested at
Lagunlta on a charge of horse steal
ing. The clerk carrier examination will
be held at the Santa Fe postoffice July
The patronage of the Carlsuad pos
tal savings bank is beyond all expecta
tions. The transfer of the city water works
to the town of Tucumcarl has been
The work on the city'e new Light
and Water plant at Cortex la progress
The four weeks' session of the Cur
ry county Institute opened with an en
rollment of forty-four.
The taxable property assessment
value In Chaves county for this year
totals close to 94,850,000.
A petition asking for the removal
from office of Judge Jose Romero of
Albuquerque has been filed.
The postoffice site at Vernon, Col
fax county, has been moved a mile
southwest of Its former location.
MaJ. Charles P. George wlU be re
lieved from duty at the New Mexico
agricultural college August 15th.
Edwin Green sold his 177 acre alfal
fa and fruit farm, near Roswell, to W.
C. Blrdsell, of Iowa, for about 920,000.
Plans and specifications are being
prepared for a 925.000 dormitory at
the U. S. Indian School at Albuquer
que. The Rio Grande is still on a ram
page and It Is believed the damage
to property will reach thousands of
Friends of Senator Bailey of Texas
are writing and requesting him not to
oppose the Flood resolution in the
New Mexico the past twenty months
has had more murders per thousand
Inhabitants than any other state in
Representative Andrews has intro
duced a bill appropriating 910,000 for
a bridge across the Rio Grande at
An Anti-Saloon League has been or
ganized at Estancia with C. B. Howell
as temporary chairman and J. M. Tut
The headquarters of the Carson
forest reserve have been moved from
Antonito, Colo., to Tres Piedras, Taos
county, N.fl M.
In the baseball game between Cop
per Gulf and 8llver City, fourteen In
nings were played. Silver City winning
by a score of 3 to 2.
J. D- Hand has sold the Clyde ranch
near Watrous, Mora county, for $100,
000. The tract contains 5,000 acres
and Is to be colonized.
It is reported that the Santa Fe
system will purchase the St. Louis,
Rocky Mountain and Pacific railroad
with its immense coal fields In Colfax
When the Albuquerque chief of po
lice raided a "blind tiger" recently,
several prominent men of that city
were found in the place and put un
Cattle Inspector Van Horn arrested
Luis Ieyba, Jose R. Romero, Isaías
Munz, Santiago Vigil and Joe Cano at
Ciengulllo on the charge of stealing
horses, and recovered twenty head.
Mrs. James T. Brewls, of Gallup,
who had been married but fourteen
days, died and was burled from the
same church and by the same priest
who performed her wedding service.
Sixteen year old Henry Styles con
fessed at Roswell that he and Roy
Stiles aged 22 and Claud Lorenz, aged
23, drove off sixteen horses of Lon
Cottlngham and his neighbors east of
Morris S. Flood, charged with steal
ing stamped money order blanks from
the postoffice at Arrow, Colo., near
Denver, is in jail in Albuquerque,
awaiting the arrival of a Colcvio of
ficer. That the final decision of the courts
in the matter of the county seat fight
between Lincoln and Carrlzozo will
be enforced If it takes all the military
force of New Mexico is the determi
nation of Governor Mills.
The growth of Roswell has exceeded
the water supply and the city is forced
to sink a third well to supply the
needs. At present here are two city
artesian wells, furnishing the supply
to the water mains.
The territorial conservation com
mission met in Santa Fe and organ
ised by electing Republican National
Committeeman Solomon Luna of Los
Lunas, chairman, and Attorney W. A.
Fleming Jones of Las Cruces, secre
tary. Miguel Mora, a railroad laborer. Is
at the point of death with a bullet hole
through his stomach and another
through his ribs, and Frank Campos,
a fellow laborer, la In custody as the
result of a shooting and cutting af
fray at Willard.
Captain Tom P. Parker and other
mining men and cattlemen of Tyrone,
will give a big old-fashioned barbecue,
and for dancers, have had erected a
large pavilion. The affair opened on
July 9th and is expected to run
through tea days.
A Porch Party Entertainment.
Every girl loves a pretty blouse,
and I want to tall you of six good
chums who meat once In two weeks
and bring their needlework, which by
common consent Is to be a lingerie
blouse all to be made by hand. Each
one Is pledged to watch for new Ideas.
Light refreshments are served, and
occasionally the hostess has some
amusement not to last over 20 mln
"tes or haI an hour. At a reoent
meeting they had this "Romanos of a
Shirtwaist" Years ago I put It tn
the) department, but It will be new
now to many, and I hop will answer
too request for contests suitable for
porch parties and afternoon affair
Just for girls:"
Romance of a Shirtwaist Her
lover haa persuaded her to be his, and
they wore about to slip into the matri
monial . On day he reproached
her for her coldness to htm, and she
replied, "I cannot wear my heart on
my always," and while her gol
den head rested on his manly he
Forgave her, and presented her with
a pretty for her dainty . Llf
Is not always what It , for after
ho became a golfer her was on the
moat of the time, and she began
to fear that she could never win him
to his former devotion. Indeed,
she often felt she would Ilka to
him, but she decided to htm In
stead, so she put on a bold and
told him sh would break the
He began to and haw, and in
vited her to go to a conoert
Then she knew that she could
him. Although there Is much red
about such matter, one. Is apt to get
the cold Instead of two loving
arma about one's . They went to
the concert and came to the conclu
sion that their promises were still
. Each had been on the , but
now they are married and are
for life, while the plays on.
Key Yoke, sleeve, bosom, belt,
waist, seems (seams), links, back,
cuff, collar, front, tie, hem, band, but
tonhole, tape, shoulder, neck, binding,
wrong hide, bound, band.
Iced drinks, sherbets and other fro
zen things are much in favor, served
with a variety of small cakes, wafers
and crackers, or biscuit, as we are be
ginning to call them, same as they do
A Musical Entertainment.
After the meeting of a musical club
the hostess had this little diversion:
Some played the melody of the follow
ing songs, the titles being unan
"Star-Spangled Banner," "Marching
Through Georgia," "Columbia, the
Gem of the Ocean," "Battle Hymn of
the Republic," "Tramp. Tramp,
Tramp," "Hall Columbia," "Homo,
Sweet Home," "Yankee Doodle,"
"When Johnnie Comes Marching
Home Again," "Auld Lang Syne,"
The guests wrote down the names
opposite the numbers, the pianist say
ing as she played, "No. 1, No. 2," etc.
After each piece the hostess held up
an object which illustrated a term
used In music, for instance: "Time,''
was a small clock; "measure," a yard
stick; "key," a door key; "flats," two
flatlrons; "linos," a pair of nursery
For Little Folks
TUNIC suits seem to be the most
popular for little boys' first
manly garb. The on at th left
Is very plain and can be made of navy
blue serge, cloth or wash material.
The little trousers are ornamented at
the bottom with buttons, and larger
ones fasten the tunlo at the right side.
The belt Is worn low and the collar Is
of whit linen finished with a frill of
Th other suit, at th right. Is mad
on th earn linea, but la rather mor
dressy and can b mad of cream
cashmere or oven of bengalina silk for
weddings, parties, etc It Is trimmed
lines; "sharps," a carving set; "Ue."
a gentleman's tie; "bars." small
clothes-bars; "staff," a o"; "a whole
noto," a dollar; "a hall e," a half
dollar; "a quarter noto." a silver quar
ter. The Ico cream was in shape of
musical Instruments and the bonbons
wore In small piano's, violins, man
A Progressive Needle Party.
This affair waa the amusement of
fered by a hostess at a linen shower
given for a recent brido: There were
twelve guests and four tables. At each
table there was a bowl containing fifty
needlea of all sizes, and thread; the
gamo waa to see which couple con Id
thread the most needles In three min
utos, the contest beginning and end
ing with the Up of a bell. The two
having the largest score progressed
to the next table, each player having
a dainty pincushion in which pins
were stuck to mark the progressions.
These pina had colorad heads. A
daintily equipped sewing bag was th
head prize and a little work basket of
odd design waa th second ; embroid
ery scissors In a cas mad an ac
ceptable consolation prise. Every
one had th Jolllest kind of a time
and It waa a most easy party to pre
pare. A Unique Qlngham Apron snower.
A girl who had lived tn her horn
town all of her life and consequently
had many friends, waa th recipient
of this acceptable and enjoyable
ho-'er. The girls (six In number)
were aaked to bring a gingham apron.
They consulted, so there would be no
two alike. Of th matarla! each girl
made a necktie which waa placed la
an enve'ope. The aprons were all
finished except the hems, which fur
nished needl work for an hour. At
alx o'clock a man for each girl ap
peared, the envelopes were passed,
and the men found their supper part
ners by matching the neckties with
the aprons, each girl putting on on
and th boys wearing the tie that
matched. At the close of the repeat
the aprons were all tied about the lit
tle bride-elect. It was a merry time
and twice as nice because the poor,
neglected bridegroom and ushers were
included In the fun.
MADAME NT UK It I
Lac, combined with net, Is much
Everywhere we see a bit of black
Feathers are slowly coming back
to the coiffure.
"Natural" ltnena are in greater de
mand than colors.
Still veiled aro the various parta
of milady's costume.
Many little evening frocks are
trimmed with cords of precious stones
or beads to Imitate them. Coral on
black and white stripod moussellne Is
Patent leather belts In black, blue,
red or whlto are to be a stylish finish
(or Unen frocks.
around the neck, down one side of
the tunic and on the sleeves and belt
with embroidery or braiding, as may
The pretty dreas on the little girl
In the middle of the group is of pal
blue and white striped cotton voile.
The skirt Is plaited all round; the
blouse Is also plaited and ornamentad
with black satin buttons and loops.
The collar and cuffs are of whit
lawn trimmed with pal blue feather
stitching and edged with lace. Th
little oravat la of black satin, the enda
finished with balls of th same, and
the halt la of patent leather.
Doctors Said He Would Die
A Frtssd't Advice Sim Lilt
I with to speak of the wonderful sore
that I bar received from your noted
Swamp-Root, the great kidney and blad
der ear. Last rammer I was taken with
savor pains In my back and sidas. I
oould not breathe without difficulty and
was nearly wild with th deaire to urinate.
Was compelled to do so every tan min
utes with th paasag of pure blood with
the arm. I tried all th different doe
tors from far and near, bat they said 19
was no ass to doctor as I would die any
way. I was at th and of my rep and
waa so miserable with pain and th
thought that I must die that words eaa
not toll how I fait. On day a friend told
me of th wonderful help ah had reorived
from Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. Sh gave
me on of Tour Damuchleta whloh I read
and iWtsi iiilmil to try Swamp-Root. After
hall a bottle I fait better. Have
ken ten bottles and am wall aa I
ever waa. thanks to Swamp-Root. I wish
to tell ail suffering people that have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble, that Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Boot la th beat medióme on
All persons doubtinc this statement san
write to m and I wfll answer thai di
rectly, Your very truly,
GLXTMs F. OA MIRER,
Subsarthed and sworn to before m this
23rd day of July, 1909.
YBWl TOWNS. Notary Fubho.
Prov What Swamp-Root WDJ Do For To
Band to Dr. Kilmer a Co.. Blngham
Um, N. Y- for a sample bottle. It will
eonvinoe anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable Information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. Whan
writing, be sur and mention this paper,
for sab st an drug stores. Prioe ité
rente and on dollar.
LOCATED HIM RIGHT AWAY
Possibly Display of Bill of Gorgeous
Denomination May Have Had
A southerner who was visiting Bt
Louis wandered into the dining room
of th hotel and, seeing a negro serv
ant who had all th Importance of an
army officer standing near th door.
aaked him who th "head nigger" waa
around there. The negro stretched
himself to his full height and pom
pously replied that "there ain't no nig
gers In SL Louis, a ah. We Is all
gem'men of color."
"Well," said th southerner, drawing
a 9100 bill from his pocket and finger
ing It, "I expeot to b at th hotel for
some Urn and want to make sur that
I will be taken cars of."
"Oh, sah," said the negro, who
eyes were popping from his head, "did
you want to know who the head 'nig
ger waiter' 1st Thaf ma." Alln-
THF.Y DON'T WANT WRINKLES.
She-Mr. Smith advertía all th
He Fatal mistake. He won't got a
woman In bis store.
THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING.
Talk No. 7.
Avoid liquid bluing. Aa a real
Simon Poro farce liquid bluo I
about th biggest yet Don't pay good
money for water.
Buy RED CROSS BAO BLUE, th
blue that's all bine. A large package
only 6 cents. Washes more clothes
than any bluo on earth. Makes laun
dreea happy. ASK YOUR GROCER.
Snakea In Prohibition Maine.
Snake emptied two saloons In Port
band of the crowds of customers a few
evenings ago. A non-resident ordered
a box of snake sent to him from th
south for the purpose of cleaning out
a vast number of rats from his plac.
Th snakea were given a chano to
demonntrat their rat killing ability
and th larg snake destroyed 16 in
a tew minute. Th snakes wero then
taken to two different saloons and In
a few mínate cleared them of th
3teUaj Her gown is Just Ilk yours.
Baila I don't ear If hers Is a dupli
cate of mine, bnt I don't want mln a
duplica, e of her. Puck.
ask ron Amara jtoy-basb
as, Bwaleau, lassesrlag Baila, SwoUea aa
Sees, BHsteai U4 oalloae ante. Seat
everrvlMSa.SM. ZbjatoaaatBeiiaiilisii Bue-
Le Ber. B.T.
Th devil Is proud of th man who
la mean to his wife.
Th silk s
gtri Is vary mah
ve. WtaeleWe Boothia- mp
Th ailk stocking
A young woman who forgets faces
vary easily and Is painfully conscious
of so doing, waa riding In aa open ear
on summer day. Sh felt a hsnd on
her shoulder and heard a vote say
Ing. "I bg your pardon, but you
"Oh, not at all; I remember you
very well," hastily Interrupted th
other, whereas the lady of th hand
at one straightened up and, in a
most frigid tone, said: "I have not
th pleasure of your acquaintance,
bnt you hav forgotten to button your
Th poet Wordsworth, stricken la
years, had been put on the pension
"If thst means." he said, "that they
want me to stop writing, they'll hav
to make It more than 91,590 a year."
So he kept on writing, and a yar
later th blow fell.
They mad him poet laureate.
The Wise Tailor.
"But look here. Snip," said Slow
pay, "you haven't put any pockets in
these trousers. What's th matter
"Why, Mr. Slowpay," replied th
man of clothes, "I was going to sug
gest that In case you vr had any
thing to put Into them you send It on
to us to keep for you."
A La Gypsy Moth.
All th flies had been exterminated.
Except one pair, which a learned
professor had imported from Mars, or
Nw Jersey, or somewhere, and was
saving for scientific purposes.
One day these two files escaped
Then history repeated Itself.
Then He Got HI.
She I consider, John, that sheep
are the stupidest creatures living.
He (absent-mindedly) Ys, my
A Stock Anecdote.
"This sword cam from th battle
field of Waterloo. An Interesting an
ecdote goes with It"
"It is a fine anecdote," said th
other man, after listening carefully.
"I bought the same anecdote one
with an old musket."
A Help to Patience.
A man who had to leave his office
and was expecting a caller to pay
him soma money, left this notice on
his door: "I have gone out for half
an hour. Will be baca soon. Hav
gone 20 minutes already."
The Urgent Need.
She (nattering with eyes and voice)
Arthur dear, I find that we still
need a few things to make our little
household more serviceable.
He What one thing, perhaps?
She Well, for Instance, we need a
new hat for me.
Mistress (hastily stick a finger Into
elthoh ear Kittle, for Heaven's
sako! What does that frightful noise
and profanity In the kitchen meant
Kittle Oh, that's nothln', ma'am I
It's only cook rsjectin' a propos'I ar
marrlj from the ashman!
"CAMPING IN THE ROCKIES."
The Joys of outdoor lit In th
Rocky mountains ar pictured and de
scribed In a new booklet Issued by bn
Passenger Department, Denver and
Rio Grande Railroad, entitled "Camp
ing in th Rockl." The story is sup
plemented by some estimates, show
ing the cost of outing tours In Colo
rado, Utah and New Mexico, which In
cludes railroad, hotel, carriage and
other incidental expensss. Space Is
also devoted to camping conveniences,
sites, supplies, suggestions and sea
sons. HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION
RATE8 TO TEXAS AND NEW
MEXICO POINT8 DUR
On the first and third Tuesdays of
each month during th entire year
The Colorado and Southern Rail
way will sell round trip homeseekars
excursion tickets to a great many
points in New Mexico and Texas at
greatly reduced rates. Rlnal limit
25 days allowing liberal stop-over
privileges. For detailed Information,
rates, etc., call on your nearest Colo
rado and Southern agent or address T.
B. Fisher, General Passenger Agent,
VIHKIUA Eugene J. Relnhardt, M.D.,
400 Central 9. B. Bile., Denver, Colo.
AGENTS WANTED. VS-oSSSTSA
BON I. LOOK Mn'.'si'1 Mammoth rat?-
loc roalltwl fr. Cor. Uth P.Uka. Danvar.
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HI1U UlLRUi dress Boi JS9. Dearer. Cole.
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STOP PAYING RENT!
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what roa are sertas aere la real. Tai
Compear will lea rea the atuir ta
bar ar ball a heaa or ta lift that
mirlr, aa slva roe tea aa eaa
halt reara ta near the laaa at the
rate af ST. 5 por saaath aa eaeh aa
tbouaaad Soliera aarrevre, S per seat,
simple latereet. DM roa ever eta t
eeaalder haw ataeh aaoaer re Vtll
reato rae haaae ml la tew aa eaa
half reara It aat, flcar thU a M
will taha rea eatr aeemeat. Tea wtH
Hail that It will ha moro thaa eaaaarB
ta ha r ma a haaaa. We will sladly
piala our plaa ta yea. Da It ero. It
will eoet rea aetata ta leara haw as
sake rear reata Bar fa heaae.
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