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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, lf03.
Indian School notes.
Durlne: the past year the school has
hart a checkered experience.
The school opened up last fall with
a large number of new pupils and a
goodly number of these were full blood
'Indians, fresh from the reservation.
Soon after these new pupils entered
the school, the diphtheria epidemic
broke oufanew and It continued with
more or less severity during the fall
and winter. This worked a great hard
ship on the school, as It prevented
many from entering the school, who
otherwise woiild have come here, and
besides a great many of those present
became dissatisfied and restless be
cause they were kept under such
Notwithstanding all the drawbacks
nnd disadvantages the school has done
some good work and has made pro
gress In num erous lines.
The literary department has been
thoroughly organized and- has done
very creditable work.
The exh.oit. which has been prepar
ed and forwarded to Boston for exhi
bition during the N. E. A., would do
credit to any school In the service.
The industrial exhibit Is also very
pool and fhows care and skill In the
There have been a great many Im
provements made during the year and
this vear good work Is being pushed
alien 1 with energy by the new super
intendent. Two old buildings have
been torn do-n and this greatly Im
proves the appearance of the west
side of the grounds; an addition Is be
ing lm!lt to the superintendent's cot
tage, and also to the cottage of the
can enter, and sewerage connections
are being mad.? to two cottages on the
Moft of the buildings have been
treated to a new coat of paint, and
this Improves the looks of the build
ings very mush.
The general health of the pupils has
been good. About sixty ooys from
the school havi; gone to Rocky Ford,
Colo., to work In the beet fields dur
ing the summer.
All the Mexican children have been
sent home an.1 a large number of full
blood Indians have been received In
There has been one wedding and
four births during the year.
The new clerk, Mr Haygood. has
been Installed and is proving to be a
very efficient employe. His family
is w th him and occupy quarters in the
Our new superintendent and family
are located 'n the superintendent's
cottage. Mr. Allen Is enerpetlc and
thorough going and will build up the
school end make it wortny of the
name of Industrial training school..
"I have been trouteii for some tlmt
with Indigestion and sour stomach,"
says MrB. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee,
Mass., "and have been taking Cham
berlain's Stomach and Llvsr Tablets
which have helped me veiy much bo
that now I can eat many things that
before I could not." If you have any
trouble with . your stomach why not
take these tablets and get well 7 For
sale by all druggist:.
Proceedings Brought by Mrs. Cohen
Dragging Along Slowly.
C. F. Grayson, the Silver City bank
er, has returned from Boston to New
York and Is now In the latter city at
tending to business. He remained In
Boston three weeks endeavoring to
get the case pending In the superior
court of that city against him upon
the charges of Mrs. Sara Cohen
brought to trial. This could not be
done, and it will be some time before
the case will ccme up for hearing. The
friends of Mr. Grayson express them
selves as absolutely confident that
upon trial he will be fully acquitted
of the charts against him. Upon
conclusion of the case he expects to
come to New Mexico for a time to
close up important business matters
in which he is Interested.
Fresh testimony in great quantity la
constantly coming In, declaring Dr.
ting's New Discovery for consumption,
Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A
recent expression from T. J. McFar
land, Bentorville, Va., serves as exam
ple. He writes as follows: "I had
bronchitis for three years and doc
tored all the time without being bene
fited. Then I began taking ur. King's
New Discovery, and a few bottles
wholly cured me." Equally effective
In curing all lung and throat trouoles,
consumption, pneumonia and grip.
Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial bot
tles free, regular sizes 60c and f 1.00.
PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS.
Court Handed Down Decisions in Two
Cases Yesterday Morning.
The United States court of private
land claims convened yesterday morn
ing in the court room In the federal
building, feanta Fe, pursuant to ad
journment. All officers of the court
were present with the exception of
Associate JuntK-e Osborne, who Is not
attending this term of court.
Two decisions were rendered by the
court, being delivered by Associate
JuRtice Henry C. Sluss. In case No.
281. Romel Barela vs. the United
States, for the liarela land grant, si'
uated in Dona Ana county, the grant
was rejected and the petition dismiss
ed. A like dibpogitlon was made cf
case No. 280, Illaza Alvarez de San
ches vs. the United Status, for the
Ranches land grant in Dona Ana county.
The "Force of fflerpicidle.
Quickly Arrests Hair Loss, and Compels Obedience to the
. Laws of Nature -
aitA Lytton unjustly accuses many men when he
says, "'One does not have gumption until one has
leen properly cheated;" for, when one Is cheated, It
Implies an intention on the part of another to cheat.
The fact Is that few people are cheated, but many
cheat themselves by not keeping posted. Within the
last few years scientists have discovered that dan
druff, Itching scalp and falling hair are caused by a
germ or parasite that attacks the hair root, and that
the only successful treatment Is to destroy the dan
druff germ. While this discovery proves the useless
ness of applying "hair tonics" to a hair, whose life is
being sapped by a germ, it utterly falls to prove that
the manufacturers who introduced their so-called
"hair tonics" and "hair growers" years ago, did so
dishonestly. It does prove, however, that people
should keep better posted and rely more upon their
own Judgment. Yesterday, so to speak, diphtheria
was considered a functional disorder; today it Is
known to be a germ disease, and It is treated suc
cessfully with antitoxin. Not Blnce the yorld legan.
has that peculiar form of active knowledge called
"Gumption" paid bigger dividends than now.
Knowledge is power, but gumption saves lots of
toulde. Kill the dandruff germ with Nebro's Herpt
clde, and your hair will grow as nature Intended.
NOT A MA IP GROWER.
Newhro's Herplclde Is not a "hair grower." It Is
simply an antiseptic and prophylactic scalp lotion
and hair dressing that, by destroying the dandruff
microlie, keeps the scalp sweet, pure and wholesome,
after which dandruff disappears, itching of the scalp
stops, and health hairs sprout from each hair follicle
In which any life remains. The dandruff microbe en
ters the scalp In a very insidious manner; Its pres
ence Is wholly unsuspected at first, and Its growth
and development Is very slow, often covering a pe
riod of several years. When colony after colony has
spread over the scalp, its destructive action becomes
increasingly apparent and unless something Is speed
ily done, falling hair and baldness will follow excess
ive dandruff. Herplclde stopped the microbe growth
in Hilda Meier's Bcalp, and nature quickly asserted
Itself; read her letter:
"For several months past my hair continued fall
ing so rapidly that my scalp was becoming bald and
shiny and I contemplated the purchase of a wig. All
the remedies I tried seemed to Irritate my scalp and
make It worse. A friend recommended your Herpl
clde, and after using it one week I was delighted to
see that my hair was growing again. The action of
your preparation is truly marvelous, and I cannot
praise It enough." (Signed) HILDA MEIER.
No. B21 Maniihttan Ave.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
YOU NEVER USE
A DIG, BIS D
As a delightful hair dressing for regular toilet use, NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE easily leads the world today.
Perfectly clear and chemically pure, It contains no grease, oil,, or sedimentary substance, neither will It stain
or dye. Its antiseptic action makes Herpicide a hot weather necessity, and its odor, which is characteristic,
delights the most fastidious. Try it.
Sec the Dandruff Germ. IT fcTops itching of the scalp almost instantly
A Delightful Hair Dressing Get a Sample Direct from the Factory
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Thetuccentof Nswbro's Hsrpl
ctds has cansrd the maikrt to he
llocdrd wi h ao-cal'ed dandruff
pt rm destroyers. Don't expect
aaiiafactory results I'Om some,
thins the drtiggiat tsiured you
as "just as good-" Co srien
tious drufvists never rccoin
met d substitute. Applications
of Herpicide at principal barber
shops PrU Si si hading drug
sto'es, rr rJIrect from THE
HERI ICIDB CO , DwroU, filch.
CUT THIS OUT
I enclose 10 cents In stamps to pay pott
age and pa king upun a sample of New
CI'T nd State
Aduress, The Ilerplelile Co , Detroit.
A Healthy Hair. An Unhealthy Hair.
B. H. BriggS & Co., Special Agents
tically than does a Tammany politic
lan In the celestial empire. The Im
migration Into New Mexico at this
time is not coming from Utah; It is
from Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Okla
homa and Texas, and no Mormons
have been noticed in the numbers
that have come into the territory dur
ing the past three years, and are now
coming. The senators and represen
tatives from the state of New Mexico
in congress, the officials of the new
state, the members of the legislative
assembly and the county officials will
contain a large proportion of native
New Mexicans of Spanish or Mexican
descent; in fact, they will be pretty
evenly divided between thlB class of
New Mexican citizens and the men
who came to New Mexico years ago
and have been citizens thereof for
from ten to thirty and forty years.
Cuts, Bruises and Burns Quickly
Chcmberlaln's Fain Balm is an an
tiseptlc liniment, and when applied
to cuts, bruises and burns, -auses
them to heal without maturation and
much more quickly than by the usual
treatment. For saie by all druggists.
Mormons in New Mexico.
As to the purported Influx of Mor
mum into New Mexico, and the won.
derful political influence they are sup.
posed to exercise and contemplate
the Salt Lake desert makes the fol
lowing pertinent remarks:
There are today in New Mexico, out
of an estimated population of 200,000
people, not more than boo Mormons
ir.Fn, women and children. These are
scattered and live In small settlements
in San Juan. Rio Arriba and Mc-Kinley
counties. Tbey cut no more Ice prac
Kodol Gives Strength
by enabling the digestive organs to di
gest, asslmlllate and transform all of
the wholesome foou that may be eaten
Into the kind of blood that nourishes
the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens
.he muscles and recuperates the or
gans of the entire body. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure cures indigestion, dyspep
sia, catarrh of the stomach and all
stomach disorders. Sold by B. H.
Briggs & Co. and S. Vann & Son.
The Scandal's Tunny Side.
President Roosevelt told a Btory to
the members of his cabinet the other
day. It was an anecdote suggested by
the scandal in the postofflce depart
"L'p in York ftate some years ago,"
bald the president, "a man was elected
to an office In which the salary was
$ 1,500 a year. He was poor and In
debt when he took the job. After
serving eleven months he Invested
$5,000 In real estate, fh.000 in cattle
and had 3,0o0 In bank. The taxpay
era were mean enough to start an in
vestlgatlon as to what he had done
with the rest of his salary."
CAME FROM NE WMEXICO.
Young Business Man Claims as Bride
a Newton Girl.
There occurred this morning at the
Catholic church at 8:30 o'clock the
marriage of Miss Celia Connell, a
prominent young lady of this city, and
Frank H. Duerr, a well-to-do young
business man of Las Vegas, N. M. Mrs.
Duerr Is uie daughter of Michael Con
nell, roadmaster for the Santa Fe at
this point. She was born and raised
in this vicinity and Is well known and
highly respected by a large circle of
young friends. She was especially
active among the younger members
of the Cathouc church, where she will
be greatly missed. Mr. Duerr con
ducts a grocery business In the New
Mexico city and' Is actively connected
with the business Interests there. He
owns a nice home which Is furnished
and ready tor occupancy on the return
01" the young people, who will leave for
Las Vegas this evening. Mr. Duerr
first met Miss Connell two years ago
when she was visiting In Las Vegas.
A courtship was started at that time
which culminated today In their mar
riage. Newton (Kas.) Republican.
DO YOU EATf
If so call on D. Weiller & Co. Their
groceries are always fresh. Gold ave
nue, between First and Second streets
Patronize home industry get a suit
made from the products of the new
woolen mills. Woolens in the piece
and measures taken at Simon Stern's,
the Railroad avenue clothier.
when your washing comes back from
this particular laundry "Anti-swear
button holes, collar and cuff edges
have made us famous, and it is our
purpose not to mar our reputation in
the slightest degree. What wo can't
do In the way of laundry work is not
to be done.
Back of PostofMce.
Subscribe for The Citizen.
OEVOE'S READY - MIXED PAIN
One Gallon Covert 300 Square Fee-
SEE THE PRICES. SEE THE GOOD!
Harness sc. BO to MC.Ou
Farmers' Plow Harness, $7.50
Saddles $5.25 to $55.00
Flni Cowboy 8addles, Leather, Dim
ters, Collars, Axle C'Js, etc
. ...15c to $1.M
Thos- F. Keleher
WH Railroad Avenue Albuquerqui
In all Its stages.
cleanses, soothes and heals
the dlseasrd membrane.
It cures catarrh and drive
away a cold In toe head
Cream Balm ia placed Into the nostrils, spreads
over the membrane and Is absorbed. Belief is Im
mediate and a cure follows. It la not drying does
not produce sueezlng. Large Siae, 60 cents at Drug
gists or by mail ; Trial SIso, 10 cents.
ELY B HOT II KKS, 64 Warren Street, New York,
Erroneously Thinks by Scourning Her
Scalp That She Cures Dandruff.
Cleanly woman has an erroneous Idea
that by scouring the scalp, which re
moves the dandruff scales, she is cur
ing the dandruff. She may wash her
scalp every day. and yet have dandruff
her life long, accompanied by falling
hair, too. The only way In the world
to cure dandruff is to kill the dandruff
germ, and there is no hair prepara
tion that will do that but Newhro's
Herpicide. Herplclde killing the dan
druff germ, leaves the hair free to grow
as healthy nature Intended. Destroy
the cause, you remove the effect. Kill
the dandruff germ with Herpicide.
"Sold by leading druggists. Send
10c in stamps for sample to The Her
plclde Co., Detroit, Mich. B. H. Briggs
& Co., special agents.
His Last Hope Realized.
From the sentinel, Oebo, Mont.
In the first opening of Oakland to
settlers in 1889, the editor of this pa
per was among ie many seekers after
fortune who made the big race one
fine day In April. During his traveling
about and afterwards his camping up
on his claim, he encountered much
bad water, which, together with the
severe heat, gave him a very severe
diarrhoea which it seemed almost im
possible to check, and along in June
the case became so bad he expected to
die. One day one of his neighbors
brought him one small bottle of cnam
berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy as a last hope. A big dose
was given him while he was rolling
about on the ground in great agony,
and In a few minutes iue dose was re
peated. The good effect of the medi
cine was soon noticed and within an
Hour the patient was taking his first
sound sleep for a fortnight That one
little bottle worked a complete cure,
and he cannot help but feel grateful,
The season for bowel disorders being
at band suggests this item. For sale
by all druggists.
(Homestead Entry No. 6492.)
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Santa Fe, N. M., June 12. 1903.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof In
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the United
States Court Commissioner at Moun
talnalr, N. M.. on July 20, 1903, viz: Jo
seph Prosuelas, for the NE. Y4, section
18, T. 4 N., R. 6 E., N. M. P. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Car
los Pena, Pedro Sandoval, Gavlno Pa
dllla. George W. Supulver. all of East
view. N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
on San Diego Bay is an Ideal
summer resort The climate
is perfect Open June 1 to
September 30, under manage
ment of Hotel del Coronado.
Full information regarding
excursion rates, charges at
tent city, etc., from agent .
All kinds of stone and marble work
Prices moderate. Shop and yard cor
ner Fifth street and Railroad avenue
H. Q. MAURINO ft CO.
D. WEILLER eV CO.,
Agents for the finest brands of all
kinds of groceries in the territory. The
Gold avenue grocers.
Just received a large assortment of
urt iquaree and rugs. Albert Faber,
Subscribe for the Dally Citizen.
B'crlbe for The Dally Citizen.
(Homestead Entry No. 7135.)
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
flee at Santa Fe, N. M.. May 27th,
Notice Is nereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed notice
of bis Intention to make final proof
In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the United
States Court Commissioner at Moun
talnalr. N. M., on July 6tli, 1903, vis:
Diego Serna. for S W. Section 35,
T. 6 N.. R. 6 E.
He names the following witnesses
to prove bis continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, vli: San
tlago Serna, Hljlnlo Lopez, Bltervo
Vigil, Ralmundo Salaz, all of Mania
no. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO.
Automatic 'Phone No. $16 Residence, Automatic 'Phone aoy
Bell Telephone No. 115. 9
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