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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
BATTODAY. AtorsT IT, IMT.
A WEAK STOMACH
NEEDS THE BITTERS AT ONCE
F. Q. WILLHOITE Chattanooga, Tenn.,
says: "I find your Bitters excellent Tor
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hl wealth. He went to Wilmington
and bronohed the subject with all the
confidence that ha exhibited In bust-
Addlcks van absolutely unknown
In Irlaware politic at that time, and
his suggestion wan turned down.
Then he began the fight for the sen
atorial p that raged for 15 year, snd
made the name of the Mate a by
word. "Addlckfi or nobody" was his
slogan, with the- result that Itela
ware unmrtlmfi had only one sena
tor and sometime none at all at
Washington. In that time he spent
ll.BOD.Ono. The state has only
60.000 voter. A proportionate cam
paign fund In Ohio would amount to
On the lKiwn tirade
With his plunge Into politics trou
ble bes't Addlcks on all aides. His
first wife had died and he had mar
ried Mica Hoaalle Hutcher. her sla
ter. In 1894, his second wife hegnn
suit for divorce, naming; Mrs. Ida
Wilson as corespondent. The suit
was decided In Addlcks' favor. In
the contention Mrs. Addlcks took
sides with her stepmother. Addlcks
practically disowned her, and procur
ed the pnssajre of a bill by the Dela
ware legislature making- the two
daughters of Mrs. Wilson, whom he
had adopted, his legal heirs. In 1896
Mrs. Addlcks secured a divorce on
the grounds of desertlon.and Addlcks
married Mrs. Wilson. He gave her
the Claymount estate. 1260.000 worth
of Jewels and as much more In secur
ities. Hut he prospered neither In poli
tics nor business. In the accumula
tion of his millions he had been
ruthless, and there were men as un
sparing, eagerly watching for
chances to attack him. His pet In
terest, the Hay State Co., was throw..
Into the hands of a receiver and
claim was) made upon him for over
$2,000,000. Suits were brought and a
string of Judgments filed against him
from Wilmington to Ronton.
Desertion of his political allies was
simultaneous with the loss of his
money. Men used the power he had
given them to destroy him. Others
were awarded the political honors he
Copper Prince Mining Co.
Capital Stock Only 300,000 Shares
PropertyCracker Jack District, Death Valley, Calif., Co. Office
Room 9, Cromwell Building, Albuquerque
CHAS. MELINI, V. Pres.
D. K. B. SELLERS, Secy.
CHANCE FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T THE REAOY
FROM $20,000,000 TO 0 IS RECORD OF GAS
ADDICKS, ONE TIME WOULD-BE POLITICIAN
Philadelphia. Aug., 17. John Ed
ward Chas. O'Sulllvan Addlcks, for
that, be It known, is the full name
of a. character known to all Amerl--ans
as "Gas Addlcks," was born In
era. "sdelphla Nov. 21, 1841. Ha Is a
manaitci ",,int I11 O'Sulllvan, of
eral Kne castle?, who was chief of
data af ' a Bantry and leader of the
greatei '' 'ircei In the religious war
cross 'nrt Elizabeth.
thoroi ddlcks graduated from a Phlla
ities r hia high school in 1866. Until he
cross 19 years old he worked In a
some iesale dry goods store. Then he
abllli rked 'n & flour store and became
j -partner. In 1864 he married Miss
Laura Butcher, member of a million
aire family. A daughter was born
In business for himself now
Ad'iicks prospered exceedingly. In
18" the Addlcks family established
a ueiiutiful home at Claymount, a
lburb of Wilmington, Del.
In the early 80s Addlcks discover
ed high finance. He went Into It
through hla Interest In an Invention
for making water gas. Thos. W.
Lawsnn. In his book, says that Ad
dicks' first successful step In high
finance waa taken when he prevent
ed the Standard Oil interests from
combining the Chicago gas plants
until they had paid him $300,000 for
$10,000 worth of stock in one of the
His next venture was Boston, wheTe
he secured control of three rich gas
companies and combined them Jn
the Bay State Gas Co. Lawson eays
"Gum" Addk-itM, tJie fallen hero of fr enzied llimmv, from Ills bout photo-
Addlcks cleared $7,000,000 in that
He became the "Gas King," a title
that always sounded pleasant to his
ears. His wealth rolled up to $20,
000,000. He bought the Now Then,
one of the fastest yachts in the coun
try. He and his f.imlly reveled In
luxury. of fine clothes and Jewels
there was no end. Claymount was
devlfped Into a magnificent estate.
Theie was a home in Philadelphia
end expensive apartments in New
Tho Lure of PHUcs
In 1899 the spark of political am
bition was kindled In Addlcks' breast
Returning from Europe he read
that the Republicans of Delaware
had, much to their surprise, carried
the legislature and hardly knew what
to do with it. Among other things
they were sorely perplexed as to
whom they should select for United
States Senator. It occurred to Ad
dlcks that the honor of a senator
ship would be a fine supplement to
Sheriff sales are now melancholy
reminders, and the only ones, of
Addlcks' former great wealth. Bus
Inens property owned by him In Wll
nvlngton went under the hammer
months ago. The yacht waa dispos
ed of earlier In the pinching demands
for money. A few days ago the pa
pers announced the sale of the old
Addlcks' home on 17th-st in this
What memories must nave come
to him In the recent announcement
of the death of Rosalie Hutcher, his
former wife. In the will read a few
days ago she bequeathed to "My
niece and daughter of my heart, '
Florence Addlcks, $100,000. and a
house on 20th-st. all of which had
been given by Addlcks to his wife In
his days of plenty.
Addlcks present home lies are
reported to be strained, if not
broken. It Is said that he and nis
wife have lived apart for a year or
more. Mrs. Addlcks, when askea
about them, refuses to alarm or
deny reports that she Intends to aek
for a divorce.
Addlcks maintains a suite of
rooms in the leading hotel here, but
moves mvtrterlously between New
York, Hoboken. fnnaaeipnia ana
But of all that zu,ooo,oou oi me
dazzling days, little or nothing Is
left. His ears once filled with the
adulations always showered upon
possessors of great wealth, now hear
the dismal clang or the auction Dew
TO ADVERTISE VALLEY
Roswell, N. M., August 17. The
Pecos Valley Is to be advertised by a
moving picture machine showing
views on a canvas 60 feet square.
Citizens of the central states will
see pictures of men Irrigating, culti
vating and harvesting crops and gath.
erlng and packing fruit that will be
almost as perfect as would the actual
scenes on the ground. It Is believed
that it will prove the most effectual
advertising yet done by the valley.
The expense Is to be borne out of
funds subscribed by citizens of Ros
well and other towns In the Pecos
I'll stop your pain tree. To show
you first before you spend a penny
what my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I
will mall you free, a Trial Package of
them Dr. snoop's Headache Tablets.
Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Pe
riod pains, etc., are due alone to blood
congestion. Dr. Snoop's Headache
Tablets simply kill pain by coaxing
away the unnatural blood pressure.
That Is all. Address Dr. Shoop, Ra
cine. Wis. Bold by all dealers.
KIDNEY TROUBLE ALWAYS STRIKES WHEN YOU ARE
LEAST PREPARED AND LEAST EXPECT IT.
THE FIRST WARNING comes in back
ache and if you allow backache to have its
way you are certain to have something on
hand soon, even more serious.
DON'T PLAY WITH A TIGER, don't wait
until it strikes a dangerous blow and the doctor tells you
"It's Kidney Trouble." You can't safely play with backache
any more than you can safely pat the head of a tiger.
KILL THE TIGER when it's a cub; treat your backache
the first day, the first hour, and just the friend you need is
Two Sizes. 25 and 50 cents Per Box.
V FOR SALE BY . 1 1
$25.00 Down Balance, $20.00 a Month
The Stock Should Be Worth Double the Price Before You Make the Third Payment
The Board of Directors have authorized the sale of
a block of J 0,000 shares AND NO MORE, at 25
cents per share on above terms for the purpose of
sinking the main shaft, which is now in good ore, J 00
feet deeper. All we want is enough money to meet
the pay roll for several months until we can begin
shipping ore to the Needles Smelter, less than 100
miles by rail.
The claim adjoining us on the south was last week
sold for $ J 50,000 and we are in receipt of several
letters from responsible parties inquiring what we
would take for the property as a whole BUT IT IS
NOT FOR SALE we prefer to sell only the 10,000
shares and to Albuquerque investors as we believe it
a sure winner. Address at once,
D. K. B. SELLERS, Sec'y,
j Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Bert American Block, tier too. . $8 50
Anthracite Nat, per ton $8.60
Anthracite Stove and Furnace
per ton $9.50
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
John S. Beaven
602 SOUTH FIRST STREET.
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r.
2 0 West Railroad Arouse
Wines, Brandies. Etc i
CAN YOU ItKAT THIS?
In the way of bakery products? Cer
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who know appreciate their excel
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cur principal pride and source of out
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The burning and aching
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