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   Rio Grande Farmer (Newspaper) - October 4, 1923, Las Cruces, New Mexico                             order- that .tho; clqssifiar, inay be 'i thi latest wports on the .ngmeersDiscasiPlan forProppsed New Road Via Picacho to Deming froni Las P s Lruces to Doming was tho subject of an informal- report given before the Las Cruces chapter of ihe American association of engineers at their reg- ular monthly meeting last Tuesday evening, in the Chamber of merce rooms. Com- ,be Jhat tha tho Vido Thursday -lai Cruecs .We.'dnesday. -.Friday Canutillo .-Thursday. Saturday MrJ -be'at.'these places ia the days addition, iill be at fa? Crates 'Mondays.- nnd if the' olhor gins and in order to keep tho class- The report was made by Cant. Her- w? f-0 in with Wayne Crowder, county road super- visor, recently made a preliminary survey of.the proposed route. The new road will follow the present county road west from Las Cruces, across the Picacho bridge, then al- most directly wost. tho tanks to thc county line near Cain- bray. At tlvs point it would connect with the county graveled road which is part of tho present road. The new route will put Deming seven miles near Las Cruces than at present, and will even make the dis- tance from El Paso to Deming seven miles shorter than the present Mesllla Dam-Aden road. The cost of putting the new route in good shape is esti- mated nt This includes the cost of n few miles of grading to Ket over the hills just west of thc river. MEXICO, j v o the Rk> TAKE A CHANCE? of apathy regarding U untU It strikes the home. Who'can tell when this time will arrive? It ia very trna that in antitoxin, given early in the disease.'we have a specific remedy- but why wait' until this is necessary, with all its attendant mental ang- msh, when there is ava'lablo a posi- tive immunizing agent that will prac- ticnlly protect the child for the re- -mainder of its life. This agent is of low cbst and can be administered by your family physician. Why not nlk over the matter ot toxin- anti-toxm immunization with him, Jomove one of the dangers to life apd orivo .I.--... This county now has one case of diptheria. Thc contacts with this ine are many and the result uncer- Inin. The source o.f this infection cannot be determined, though it is suspected that an unrecognized and unreported case is loose in the com- nunity. Neglect or indifference of ;his nature is always fraught with dangers of a wide-spread epidemic, resulting in permanent injury to the g younelf of which growers haye.signeq.the class- the steepest grades will be between Hying fee IS be deducted frotri-ev-( three and four per cent, and the try bale of .ab- sharpest turns will lie about five dp- Jnce of the Mi Smith classes fte cotton-tfnd- leaves'a report of the erade and staple and market value In a sealed, addressed.envelope at the whore the may, call for it o, his Agent R. said: 1'After labor oraation; the. cotton council, gave it is their nt .the present wices, one .dollar, a rhundred, more can be made in cotton, picking thin in any other line of farm work. tliey recommend that the pieMrit schedule -bo nimntainc'd for ill-ordinary fields of eottpn.._ Grow- (rl are warned against being mislead by false rumors calculated, to raise iriges. steason is opening up libor is poorly distributed, some sec- 'tiohs havirig an while others have'stoo little. It is sugges- ted that growers keep cool, pull to- gether the picking situa- t'oa to adjust-itself. It will be cheaper .foiT group's; of .iarmers to band togetrler and send someone to El Paso or along the border for men, than to try to'take pickers from the neighbors by raising the wage. Lab- who are now [die -waiting for the price to go up will go ttt work Yraen they find that the fanners mean to hold together on' the present scale." ___________ HONORED BY STATE MEETING Rev. H. J. Reemtsma, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Las Cru- ces, returned. Tuesday morning from Las Vegas, where he attended the meeting of the Synod of New Mexico, Presbyterian Rev. Reemt- eomposed of all the churches in thV sma has the hfnor" of being the mo- derator.of.the synod forl923-24, hav- ing been elected toi that position last Thursday nght. This is tho first time a minister 'from Las Cruces has been elected to that position. Rev. Reemtsma reports that the ckurchos of show n healths- growth, and are- flourishing in spite of. adverse conditions. While in Las Vegas Rev. Reeintsma was a guest at the home of President ind Mrs. Frank. Carroon, of the Nor- mal university. his way home he stopped at Santa Fe, spending the dly with H. F. Gardner, formerly n member of. the faculty of the A. H., and now'head vocational elillure. He also saw F. M. Wilson, coach of Las Cruces in 1921- 22, in Albuquerque. He is now coaching Albuciperue, High. NOTICE GIVEN ol the adoption -on September 18, 1823, of a resolution Board of Directors of tho SHOPR CONCRETE BRICK COMPANY, INC.; declaring it to be the judgment of the BOARD OP DIRECTORS that it "Is deemed advisable nnd most for of isch corporation that it should be dissolved, and calling a meeting of tbe stockholders of the Corporation to be held at 10 o'clock A M. on Oct- ober 23, 1923, office of the eoapany, towit, the office of Messrs ces, Mexico, to take action upon tbe resolution so adopted by the Board Of 3. M. L RELAND, President Shope Concrete Brick Company, Inc grces. From the edge of the mesa thc pro- posed Location is along n low ridfte. overcome the drainage dif- ficulties encountered in the present road. In the discussion it was hrot out that tho money which would be necessary would aho put the old road iu good shape, but it is believed that the shorter distance and better lo- cation makes tho new road prefer- able. Beside the routine association busi- ness, the meeting; also discussed the iliRinissn! of A. P. D.ivts as director nf tl'.o U. S. Bureau of Reclamation. Tile muL-tiny unanimously endorsed the taken by the national headquarters of the American asso- ciation in asking For :t congressional investigation of the matter Salvation Army Raises Nearly for Work Nearly was raised for the Salvation Army work in Dona Ann county, during the intensive comptiign conducted here last Of this amount came from the county treasury, from the Masonic lod- ges, from the town of Las Cru- slightly more than from the concert Friday evening and from thc harvest festival auction that followed it. Thi- balance came from personal sulr.crliitions. Uaron James V. Auriemma proved once agJiin to a representative Lab Cruces audience that he is a trulj great artist. His interpretation ol the prologue from "ITagliacci" was j undoubtedly tho hcst thing he did. altho his dramntic rendition of Can- ics tragic discovery. act, might have buen done hy Caruso himself. In thc selection of his program "Happy Jim" showed his insight into humnn likes. There was something for everyone and most of it went straight to the- heart of the audience- Much of the credit for the success of the performance must be given to those who assisted him. Mrs J. A, work nt the piano was sympa- anO artistic thruout. Miss Marv Kirwnn and Mrs Homer Rivers sang their different dutts with the boron with CEIKC and artistry- Betty WaterniEin was charming, ad always, and took thc audience by storm. Constance Sutherland's sweet voice and delightful stage presence sur- prised many not acquainted with her talent. At the harvest festival, wnicn 101- lowed tho main program, TV. A. Suth- erland made a auctioneer and did splendid work in securing bids on the produce so generously do- nated. The stage was piled fruits and vegetables of all sorts mid the background was made up of corji and other harvest decorations. Las Cruccs cnn weil be proud of the f ndividual, or death. Do not delay tvailii tit fail U lo lubicet your child to danger. ANNOUNCEMENT Thc Dona Ann, MeslHa Park and Mesilla units of the farm bureau will :io1d n joint all-day basket picnic nt the farm home of H. H. Brook, west of Las Tuesday, October 9. The program will be in charge of the Dona Ana locnL Kveryona is urged to attend. The winter work of the farm bu- reau wilt be discussed. Plans for, the socondnry dam and hydro-cleclrie, power development will be discussed S. Cone, consulting electrical engineer of Angek-s. A pro- gram of excel'tional interest U be- ng arranged. Basket lunch noon. I.n .Mesa Incal nf the farm bureau will meet Wednesday, October 10, at (lip hnmc of Mi utnl Mrs F. J. Ilignuy. The ladies' program will be interior ccrating ami Christmas ideas. In the men's program. Pivffssor J. C. Overueck, of Slate Culli'gc-. exhibit ideal AcaUi plants Lull how to select sccii. lie wil! ul.so hring samples of other vnrk-lits of cotton as grown this year on UK- Stnto College farm. -Mr. Kiguey's variety test will be visited ful study made of tha diffevcnci- in development between pure Durango nnd pure Acala cotton. AN EVENING BRIDGE On Friday eveiiing -Mrs. Gustavo Manasse entertained a number of their friends at an evening bridge party- Four tables were arranged   Roman 10. broiigbi. in'suina of thc best frniis The discussion on lho orphans' homo nl Portalcs WM most Interest- "Mr own ing. Talks on Monteiuma collceo flcllli' otul ortlinnU fn.ni thudiurehes in the show- X. M. Smltll ing much is being done. anil Cluckley of Uis truces, Kcv. A. J. Gross of Ijis Cruces mnl Miss Rlritnor .Murphy Ini- preached Saturday night. Sunday. .lnl. morning the Sunday Srhool hnd R ro- cord-breaking attendance of 103. At, 11 o'clock J. W. Kigncy spoke on tbo to.a large au- dience. Services dosed on Sunday night wlih a sermoti by the pastor, Rev. K. L. 1'enrce. Noxt nici-liiiK will bo lield at Anthony.' Those in nttimtlanco from Cru- cts were: Itov. and Mrs A. J, Gross. Mr and Mrs W. T. Scoggin, Mr and Mrs W. K. Patrick, Mr nnd Mm P. C. Uradlcy, .Mr and lira J.- W. Rignoy, Mi's B. II. Henry. Mrs C. J. PieVetl, hveryonc is urged to make a spe- Pcarl und R. v. Waro. vial effort to clean up thc'r premises i Anllionvi J. W. Kdmund- this time, remove all uns.fntiy Mrs K. I. McKumy, Misses bbish and Beo lo it that nothing Simpsnn, Harriett'Tabb, Kulh ft lying about which nnght. start, help to spread n fire. Captains 1! nmkc an Inspuctlon cf nil pro- erty within their respective wards nd report any failure to comply ith thc regutalions'to the fily tuar- driver. According to Daniel Voughan, who sold him the car, it is the guests enjoyed several hours I of the finest jobs on the market. it cards, Mrs. E. B. Hongland ami Mrs. John Bingham carrying off the It looks not only maintained to her reputation us an Mis. but added excellent cook nnd closed a delightful evening with a most delicious lunch. Thrive were Mr. nnd Mrs. George Johnson, Mr. mid'Mrs. B. Frank Wei- senliorn, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. lloog- lund, Mr. and Mrs. John Bingham, Dr. and Mrs. 0. H. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Saundors, -Mr. and Sirs. Pat Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. David Bronson, and Sam Monnsse. TO IMPROVE MILLER FIELD Bvcry lover of clean college sport will have n chance during the next few days to help thc college perfect one of thi> finest athletic fields in the Southwest. Tuesday morning, Everett president of Ihc student body, started a movement to raise funds for fenc- ing Miller Field and building a grandstand. The assembly period used as pep meeting to begin thr- taking of pledges. By Tuesday nigh', nearly ?MO had been-pledged __________.....__________ bv" students and faculty members. w w Sterling of Gorfield, plnns for enclosing the i The of sctisu, ihe hot ;low of romance, the cboko of sus- pense, tho intrigue of blackguards ind the final triumph of courage anc lionor combine to make "Good Men nd True" easily tho greatest motion icture in which Harry Carey ovor It will bo shown at the Navajo theatre Thuriday and Fri- day of this week. Beautiful apples, huge ears of corn nd a mummuth sunflower aro atnung bcr of commerce rooms, hrough' from tho Hatch boys' and girjs clubs meet thcru last Saturday. J N'. and M. J. Norveil, of Salem Farms brought in numerous fancy spec! of Staymen Winesup, Arkansa Black, yellow Winesap, Jonathan and ben uavis apples and a sUTifiowt- thnt measured a trifle over 13 inche in diameter. L. N. Barksdale o GarfieM also had a fine exhibit o apples, including all the above va rieties and also some Orimes1 Golde and Ganos. ffort it ma.le to maintain the. Sjl- T, t. for enclosing the June corn o alien Army corps another year. No thc building of an ornamental e'Khl "f 1 2 TOund nl. ability and efficiency tcwav provided with ticket booths, display, wh.ch weighed II 1-2 pound of Cuptain Mills and his wife, and everyone h'n rice decrease in Chevrolet cars, .__rt has started out at an exceptional rate this month, according to Frc.r KatzenKtoin of gar- agi-t ChevTolet dealora 'The motor car market this sum- said Mr. Katzcnatein, "is ahow- inif sijfnR of remarhnbJy health unti activity. Thin is particularly true the prtre on the Chevrolet wan cut. I really should have cxpecti-d Lomcthing ot a tapering off except for this fact. The Chevrolcls policy nf dividing its with its owners han met with real appreciation. "One strong indication of an excel Itnt motor market ia Ihe demnnd for used cars. We would actually like tcvt corn prower, sxld thono TOW itt) nnj 1 he f i ni'Mt co rn ha ait ever scon. In of the applefl Mr. Sintth sniil, having cxjamiucd, i number of tho orchards that the conditions in KlnCon vnlley seem n be just right for fruit, Thc which hrts not oven been :prayed at all, IK ait clean or clcFtn- vhiL'li bun spruyod six times. Tho Myers comp.iny, mil UrowTilcL- enth contributed ivo (lulli.rx Luwurd eiiHlt pvlioa. Mar- .In Smith, mannKor the Ifntch pmr-. coiiLrihutod two du.larjt cnili, while >lr. Marron, operntor of the flntcb fluur gnve two Kflcks of of Iho box of cniuly. Prizes were nwurdcil by the ing co mini tic o HS follows; l-'or tho butt exhibit of girln' club work, Helen Cor coins WLIS awarded fir at prize of Ihreo dollnrs; Uoso xiicuntl prlzu, two dollftVH, ami thu tlLird prisrc, one dollnr, WIM iiwardcil to Itulah Murttn. Vnr thf Jipst nonerfll i-xhlbll by tha Imj-.V flub .KugL'iiu (tnd Uurnnvd llo- ni.l? rvcnivtil flrat prixe, Will Mull, Rocond prlzi-, Dan thin! fifty For Lho bunt boyfl' fxhihit of corn and >T tin I tin Dill H'.irttiig carrii'il off the first priisc, Georgn Kharnur nncoiul anil Jatnen Mall thinl prlzo, fifty cents, Of the pi-Ires offorwi Irt the grnven ups, Mrs. N. Norvtll took a blue ribbon nnd cash for the bMl uxbibit of fltiwcrs. J. Martin mi1- rii-d nwiiy n anck of flour, the1 prire for thc lieat exhibit of Mexican Juno corn, W. fllirllnjr rocelvcd >a for Hie best Konoral exhibit; Other exhibits worthy nf prizf i were .iix of apples exhibited by i.nuis (Jnrfield; a box of clocLcd variniif.4 J. N- and boost the "Bullilogs" over the Thc gamo wtll be well worth "rkclu F1' nre MOW on sale at Ccntrnl Hchnol. .tainti IIiiKo han roiurncd to Cruccs from Falwris, Teas, where he recently opened a new itorc. Dr. C. .L. Hill of Hill has bought the Dean apartments in El Paso from K. Klrfer, paying for tho which KtjtntlN nt fi21 iRMuji street Mr. Klder bought from Dr, HUk 250 of improved farm land at Hill for Ed. SI. Whlttaker of Kl WflR :n the city Satur'lny on Mr. Whitnkcr is u partner with Hrtb Omdorf !n the recpnt purchaw of Ihe big Shalcm tract nod f.thcr Dotia Ana county properties. MM. Helen Roberts entertained with two tabjcs of bridgi- nl hnr hostess nerved u refresh- ing supper of icp roffpe. The MM. Uil Ufie, M ate, Captain K. cream, anil were; Major Ni-'rnrcin Ascar- and Vf, for thc "Good will continue be- cause are highly prosper- ous and because of A new fundamen- tal fact in automobile world. The fact is that 70 per cenl of all auto Crucw FncUy SutunUy to have a few morn Of them." Tbii department of the interior of the U- is one of thc most relUbU f wft of thc motor tradt, and if we frit tin; j j market flacknnrng we wnuld regard it aignificanl. fact that the de- mand is so lively leads us to rxpcct larger huninffls than we had in the frfst nine months. the ring information Grande project. Mr. tin Arroijn Rin Norveil; n dwuiT niilo by II. n colluction of chili, onions, and exhibit- ed hy Martin UUTJUI; c'nii: ami by Kfirnon Ilerrera. noma of tho products exhibited havo boon brought to thc chamber nf commerce nt I .a Crucea wheru thoy will be kept' nit ilittplay. Mnrh of ihp credit for this success- ful day In 
                            

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