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Let us print your butter wrappers. These wrappers are made of vegetable parchment paper and are the only kind that should be used around butter. They are recommended by the U. S. government and are absolutely sanitary. Printed butter wrappers give your product a much neat er appearance and a greater demand. Mail orders promptly attended to. $2 for 500 Cimarron Publishing Company OUR QUALITY IMPRINT The Quality Shop Phone 37 Royal Reception Week Sept. 12-19 At Local Store A new departure in meeting the demands oí critical dressers was inaugurated this week by the Roy al Tailors of Chicago in which the local linn of Rogers, Whiteman & Co., is to figure prominently. From September 12 to 19 inclu sive will be Royal Reception Week t this store, which will be a cus tom tailor's exposition of the new est and finest imported and do mestic fall suitings and overcoat ings. This is conceeded to be the most interesting display of tailor ing fashions and fabrics in the tbe country. Critical buyers can be pleased no matter how exacting tiieir wants in the line of dress, during Kecep- Geo. H. Webster. Jr. tiou Week, the first this section. to be held in NOTICE DOG CATCHER NABS WOMAN Force Her Into Cage When She Pro testa at Seizure rf Her Pet Canine. Wllllsmsport, Pa. Because Mrs. Ntckola Roaata strenuously objected when Mike Shanahan, William port'a official dog catcher, attempted to put the untagged Roaata pet dog foto the cage of his wagou and take It to the city pound. Shanahan forced the wom an Into the cage and hauled her about the streets for hours, according to tbe story told Alderman Blaxle by Mm Rosatu's husband, who had a warrant issued for tbe dog catcher's arrest. It la claimed thut tibauahan grabbed the woman, forced her head first Into the dogcage, then Jumped on the wag on and drove through the main streets of the city, finally returulng to the Re nata home and releasing his prisoner. Hhauuhan Is in Jail and no more dogs are being caught. la hereby given that the property of (he UKKACA RANCH as defined by a deed recorded July 21st. 1910, in tbe office of the Recorder of Colfax county, New Mex ico, on pan 47 and following from Stan ley McCormick to Gao. H. Webster. Jr., has been created a Game and Fish Pre serve under licenses issued by the State Game Warden of New Mexico, on July I lib. 1913, for a period or ten i ml years. Under said license, all game quadrupeds, game birds and game fish become the pro perty of the owner and 00 fishing or hunt inn on said Urraca Kanch will be permit ted under full penalty of law, without written permission from the owner or his authorized agent. No bunting permits will be is sued during tbe year 1014. Geo. H Websttr, Jr. DOG FOILS A FARM THIEF NOTICE All trespassing on the Urraca property, io Colfax county, whetbrr purpose of hunting, fishing, gathen Iruit or cutting fire wood or auy on pose whatsoever, witbout peínn . . . LILI..J 1 .1, f , elMCIiy pruniuucu, iuu an sers will be prosecuted of lb law. Geo. t ,, Welftter, Jr Kanch for tbe : wild r pur- atoo, is I rejjas- II extent Canina Makes Be Much Racket That Waoonload of Loot la Aban donad by Robber. Vlneland. N. J. When Farmer O. W. Roper'a dogs made a racket about midnight Roper discovered that a thief bad stolen a wagonload of stuff from the barn. The telephone and an au tomobile uulckly brought Constable Peter Klker to the sceue, and In tbe road behind some treea Klker found a horse and loaded wagon, but no driver. In a coat pocket waa fouud a letter addressed to Harry 8heon of f.'artnel. and at Carmel It was learned that Simon bad purcbaaed tbe horae and wagon a few days before on a note, but the new owner could not be found. 11 quail. The beu apparently lound a nest and chased tlfe mother fvoen the eggs, which she decided to hatch her self. Deckenback can't coop up the young quail, which would be against the la-- out he Is in hopes that the influence of tbe other chickens will make them quiet and domeailcated. INDIAN GRAVES ARE OPENEC HEN BRINGS QUAIL HOME Lost Chicken Cornea Back With an Adopted Brood of lleven Youngsters. NorthBaid, N. J. Recently Adam Deckenback, wbo baa a home and clearing in the woods between here and Livingston, missed a white Wy andott hen. He saw no more of her until a week later, when she cama ,n tu tlie barnyard lejdlnt broodof Pennsylvania Museum Official ll Found Guiltless of Desecration of Ancient Burying Ground. Newton, N. J. George Heye, vioa prealdent of the museum of tbe Unl veraity of Pennsylvania, surrendered himself to answer to a charge of deae crating graves in the old Indian bury iDg ground on the farm of Burton Bell In Sandyaton townahlp. Three of Mr Heye's employes were recently arrest ed on tbe same charge, and are on ball awaiting trial. Mr. Heye waa arraigned before Jus tice "of the Peace John B. Whitney The charge against him was dlsmlsaed Ho announced that be would continue his excavations. He asserted that fill poeltlou as vie president of the mu seum was an honorary one, and thai be had defrayed tbe expenaea of exea vatlon blmaelf. Thirty skeletons and hundreds of relics have been dug ur. and sent to the museum. NO TROOPS FOR THE FAIR War Department at Washington Clt I Cannot Make Detail Without Special Law. New York. A Washington dlspatct to tbe New York Tribune aays: The secretary of war has been com pelled to deny the reu.uent of the man agers of tbe Panama-Pacific exposition to detail a conalderable number ol army officers and regulars to serve In various capacities during the fair next year. Ufflcera and men would have to be detailed at once to assume tbe sug gested duties, and ' uothing can bt done, except by special legislation which the war department la not dts posed to recommend. What Do You Know About Thlaf New York Norman Mclnnoa, a mine manager, wbo baa Just returner, from Nicaragua, declared that chick ens brought by htm from the states U that country rte so much growing to bacco that their eggs were unfit tc oat because of the strong nicotine n vor. First Woman Jury's Verdict Ban Franclaco. The first woman Jury to appear In a felony case In Cal ifornia returned a verdict of not guilty after two hours' deliberation la the esvae of a woman on trial for an al leged attempt at blackmail. Royal Reception Week Just as the Associated Press gives us the latest news as quickly as it is given to Park Row or Long Acre Square, so Royal Tai loring gives the latest styles and fabrics as quickly as they are shown to Michigan Boulevard or Fifth Avenue. Royal Reception Week, September 1 2 to 19 inclusive, at our siore, makes it possible for you to pick out your fall and winter suit and overcoat in the latest styles and fabrics. Prices $16 to $35. Rogers, Whiteman & Co. Complete Outfitters From Mead to Foot \n\n AVISO. KI Imptur sobre la propriedad del rancho de la Urraca, en el Condado de Colfax tea ya con el fin de cazar pezcan o recoger fruta silvestre o cortar lena oi otro fin cualesquiera sin permiso le prohibe estrictamente. V todos aquellos quienes traspasaren serán prosecuiadoi al pleno externo de la ley.