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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
t rtyrrfnrn A i OA 7.
NEW THORNLESS HHIC01D
CACTUS FOR ARIZONA
Crows In New Mexico and
Makes Good Cattle
AmtiiiHxjiilor Knrlnue C. Creel, rep
re--entine the republic of Mexico at
Wuuiiinirtnn. Btnl who Is also govern
or of the state of Chihuahua, Is In
Iwia Amreie now Investigating while
,there the lturbank thornles cactus,
with a view, if It t a succes. of In
troducing it Into the state of Chihua
hua for forage for stock,
The cactus will grow li almnd
iihive on the me'.i of New Mexico.
In this connection it may be men
tioned that the thornless castus If It
it till that Is claimeil. promises to he
the silvatlon of the feeil question
in the sort' h west a 'id when it once
becomes thoroughly established, will
do away with the great losses of cat
lie in times of drouth.
T.nthr Htirbnnk has Issued a book
let during the past month or two
giving the results of his experiments
up to date with this cactus and ex
panding; on the possiliilitles of the
future if everything turns out us now
In this treatise on the thornless
cactus, Mr. ISurbank says Among
other things, that h Ivis been ex
perimenting along this line for the
past twelve years and astonishing re
sults have followed his experiments.
Not a Novelty.
The"thornless" cactus, says Bur
bank. Is no novelty In itself for thrre
are many virietins without thorns,
but the kind that Is native to the
southwest, having such an abundance
of food and drink within Itself, has
in the course of generations develop
ed a defense , w hich protects It
against Its natural foes of the desert.
Most of his experiments were con
ducted with what is commonly
known as the prickly pear and which
hears the scientilic name of opuntia.
This plant was originnlly spineless,
but according to nature's laws, the
plant In the outhwest grew spines
to protect itself from extinction. Mr.
tlurbank figured that If the plants
were placed among environments
where their thorns would not be
needed to protect them and at the
same time grafted to spineless or
partially spineless plants That in tinne
they would produce a plant which
did not have any thorns.
Consequently collectors all over
the world were Instructed to send
Mr. Hurbank spineless or nearly
spineless opuntlas. The.e were
brought In from every country In the
world and crossed as above stated.
Sometimes from two spineless plants
one full of spines was produced and
at first the work was very discourag
ing, hut It did not take long to de
tect results along the lines he had
hoped lor and by continually cross
' Ing the plants having the fewest
thorns he has at last secured a per
fectly thornless prickly pear which
has all the hardihood of the plant
The question has been asked if this
will not return to Its thorn protected
state If planted wild and this would
probably be the case In a course of
time, but when protected from ani
mals It will flourish as nothing else
will In the southwest and makes a
splendid forage for livestock.
As a remedy for drouths, Mr. Fiur
bank suggests that It be planted In
river beds, on mountain sides and
other ground which Is its natural
habitat In Its wild state, and protect
ed from destruction. Then it can be
harvested regularly as It Is needed or
allowed to grow from year to year,
an ever ready protection to the cat
tleman from a scarcity of gra.ss.
As to Its production, Mr. Burkank
states his new spineless opuntias pro
duced the first year from single root
ed leaves, planted about June 1.
within six months. 4 7 and one half
pounds to etfich plant. TheRp plants
were at Intervals of 26x5 feet and
this production which was only n
quarter acre, would equal ISO, 230
pounds per acre or over 90 tons.
There is quite a market for the
fruit of the thornless cactus which
makes delicious Jams, jellies, etc.
This is an ailment for which
Chamberlain's Pain Balm has prov
en especially valuable. In almost
every instance It affords prompt and
permanent relief. Mr. Luke I.a
tirange of Orange, Mich., Rays of It:
After using a plaster and other rem
edies for three weeks for a bad lame
back, I purchased a bottle or Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, and two appli
cations affected a cure." For salo
by All Druggists.
OFFICIALS SUED BY
CONSUL FOR $25,000
Douglas. Ariz., Sept. 6. Through
his attorneys, Ueuinler and I'ursjiiS,
Manuel Sarabia has brought civil ac
tion against Antonio Maza, A. S. J.
Hhropslnre, Sam lljyhurst, J. F
iDowdle. J. L. Siambaugh, Lee
Thompson and the Title Guaranty
and Surety companv of Scrantoii,
Pa., fur damages in the sum of $-U.-000.
The complaint U on nle at
The complaint, after formally de
signating the otlicial capacities of the
otllciala who are Included In the ac
tion, at length reviews the sensation
al happenings that were crowded Into
the life of tile complainant, all uf
which are well known to th" public
at large. The facts in the case, aliich
the attorneys review and make a por
tion of the complaint, are Just such
as have been developed by the news
papers in handling the Sarabia kid
naping case heretofore. The surely
company made a party to he action
Is the company that is on Constable
Health in tho Canal .one.
The hiKh wages paid in.ik! it a
mighty temptation to our young ar
tisans to join tile force of skilled
workmen needed t construct the
Panama Canal. Many are restrained
however by the fear of fevers and
malaria. It is the knowing ones
those who have used Klectric Bitters,
who go lure without this fear, well
knowing they are sife from malari
ous IntlneiH e with Kieetrie Bitters on
hand. Cures blood poison too, bil
iousness, weakness and ail stomach,
liver and kidney troubles. Guaran
teed by all druggists. 6ue.
Happenings and Appoint
ments of National Reserves
in Two Territories.
William A. Singleton lias been ap
pointed fore.-t guard for the Black
Mesa national forest, with headquar
ters nt Pinedale, Arizona.
Forest Assistant Kussell F. llilthls,
who was assigned to the San Fran
cisco mountains national forest tem
porarily, has been transferred to the
.Uila forest In New Mexico. Forest
Assistant Wonel L Janes has been
transferred from the same forest to
the facramento national forest lu
Banger V. M. Pterc-. lw Is sta
tioned as guard ut tn Cliff Dwell
ings, one of the main points of in
terest near Flagstaff, to prevent the
destruction of these ancient dwell
ings, reports that 376 people visited
there during the month of August.
His visitors' record shows the names
of many people prominent in nation
General Inspector Thomas If.
Sherrard of the forest service made
a brief inspection of the fjreenlaw
timber sale, on the San Francisco
Mountains national forest September
2. He was on his way to Sacramen
to to attend the national irrigation
It is reported that Chief Forester
Glflord Pinchot. who is attending the
national irrigation congress in Cali
fornia, will make a brief trip over
the Arizona forests on his way east.
Heavy rains continue, making
stock water plentiful, ami will un
doubtedly greatly Increase the range
capacity the coming year.
The Grand Canyon Hallway Co. is
preparing to clear away the unsight
ly buildings at the rim of the Grand
Canyon and will build barns and
other such improvements at a dis
tance w here they will not be seen by
the thousands that annually visit the
A preliminary survey Is being
made along the rim of the Grand
Canyon from the Kl Tovar hotel east
to Grand View, a distance of about
fifteen miles, by a company of cap
italists of Clevland, Ohio, who have
an electric scenic road In view. Kx
Governor Herrlck is one of the com-
, pany. A. V. Oppman, of Cleveland,
is president and has charge or the
work. They have secured no right
, of way as yet, but are Investigating
the feasibility of such a road, as well
I as a road down from the rim.
I Act of Congress Nexvwsnry.
I Captain Warren, general manager
for the Aztec Iand and Cattle Co.,
a company owning several thousand
i acres of railroad lands within the
new addition of the lilack Mesa na
tional forest, was in Flagstaff recent
ly, seeking Information as to a deal
i wih the government whereby their
lands within the forest could be re
linquished to the United States for
' lieu land, as was done on the San
Francisco Mountains forest. It will
have to be done. If at all, by a spe
cial act of congress.
' .McMillan .VswIgiK-tl.
I Morton McMillan, of Albuquerque,
has been assigned to the Black Mesa
national forest, to assist In making
(examination of agricultural lands ap
' plied for under the act of June 11,
1906, by prospective homesteaders.
This work has been brought up to
date on the San Francisco Moun
, tains forest. Applications for land,
however, are still being made. This
I work has been delayed, owing to the
i forest service being unable to secure
I men with the necessary ability to
I handle it. There are but three men
now assigned to Arizona. It Is hoped,
under present arrangements that the
work will be caught up by Decem-
ber. though there will be some delay
in going back, after forests have been
covered once, to report on new ap-
i plications coming in.
I 910.000 I'or Improvements.
About 110.000 will be spent for
I permanent improvements In the way
of ranger cabins, pastures and tanks
on the Grand Canyon (S., San Fran-
I Cisco Mountains and Black Mesa
(N. ) forests this year, if men can be
secured to do the work. The forest
service has taken a hearty interest In
the welfare of rangers, and proposes
to have them comfortably housed. In
addition, much expense is being
caved rangers In caring for their
, horses, by fencing pastures and al
; lowing a reasonable amount of agrl
' cultural land upon which feed can be
! A new blank application has been
supplied for persons desiring to file
on agricultural land within national
forests, which will be furnished on
application to the nearest forest su
pervisor. criiE yorn kidni:ys.
Do Not Fmlanyrr Life When an Al
buquerque Citizen Shows You
Why will people continue to suffer
the agonies of kidney complaint,
backache, urinary disorders, lame
ness, headache, languor, why allow
themselves to become chronic invi
lids, when a certain cure is offered
Doan's Kidney Pills Is the remely
to use, because it gives to the kidneys
the help they need to perform the'r
If you have any, even one, of tin
symptoms f kidney diseases, cur
yourself now, before diabetes, dropsy
or Brlght's disease sets in. RaJ this
Ed. A. ltellly, living at 513 We it
Fruit avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.,
says: "For pain In the back or any
of the troubles which arise from ir
regularity of the kidneys, there Is, In
my opinion, no medicine equal to
I loan's Kidney Pills. The value of
this remedy was first proven to m?
all out a year ago. and so quickly did
it relieve me of an at'ack of pain
atro.-.s my loins that since then i
have scarcely been without them,
and they hive never failed to give
Just the" desired results. My advice
to all whom I hear complaining of
backache or fault with the kidneys U
to lake Doan's Kidney pills. They arc
what they are recommended to Je
and a trl.s! is all tha,t Is needed to
For s:a'e bv all dealers. Price B0
cents. Foster-M iiburn Co.. Burial t.
New York. iole agents for the United
Hemember the name Doan's a-J
take no otter. No. 21
Superior Tailoring Makes Them So
pHAT'S the whole story, and an important one
when you've boys' clothes to buy.
C The maker's name
garments stands for a
thorough wci k. reliabili
tf ority in. fit, style and service that
Hi places X TRAooop above and
distinct from the many
nary boys' brands.
C These are guaranteed
clothes; a credit to the
matters ana to us;
tn vnn if vrm huv
j j j
them and to your
Doy u ne wears
knee pants suits
for boys of 7 to 1 7
years is ready to
show you. Also a large
Sailors and Russians
for the little fellows of 2 'i to 10
Bring the boy, or the boys, here
out delay. Prices $5 to $12.
Pine CltJtl liny
Will END IH ii DAMAGE SUIT
Paula Klipenbourg May Sue Man Who
Attempted to Have Her Deported .
as "Undesirable Alien."
Puulu KliiH-nlHiurt;, Heroine of a
New York Sept. 6. Paula Kllpun
bour in free at last from Kills island
immigrant station, and a romance of
two eontlnenta and of five years'
standing, will probably end in a pro
saic suit for damages by her atr.UiiHt
llorare K. Miller, for seeking to have
her deported uj an "undesirable
Alius Klipenbourg met Miller In
Vienna In l'JUL', she says. Kvery
summer after that until this year he
went to Kuroue? and spent three
months In her company.
Hy and by. Paula doclares, she
learned that Miller had a family in
this country, and she came over to
see about it.
Then Miller tried to have her de
ported. He came near succeeding.
Hut a lawyer wot hold of her end of j
Immigrant station at Kills Is lan 1,
where she had been detained a week
at Miller's request.
Miss Klipenbourg says that Miller
threatened her with death when
they were abroad and she upbraided
him for promising to nuirry her when
he already hail a wife in America.
In substantiation of this claim she
shows a remarkable letter, which she
nays was written by Miller In )9U3.
This says In jMirt:
"Dear Polly: The time will come
when you will need a friend. Then
you will find one In me.
"Should you, however, carry out
your absurd plan to write to my wife
ami daughter in mv right name then
woe to thee! Such t letter would
cause my wife, untellable unhappi
iiess a woman who has never done
anything to harm you. Since she Is
.-ick and enk. It would be her
death. And then 1 will kill you
wherever 1 Had vou.
Would Kill ll.-r.
"Till now you have known me
only as a nulet man; but 1 swear by
lnd that 1 will kill you wherever I
find you. even should it take years.
Sometime a neat, attractive young
K'. suoeri- z - jrA
ItiKiiiuuv of Two oiitlncnti.
man will take vou to a house, which
you will never again leave, for he
will not return you to any one but
to me alone. Vou will then die
slowly but surely, and Jod will not
hear your prayers. Nor will any
mortal extent mvself overhear your
cries for help. Should this happen
In Paris the seine will later deliver
you up. "fls true the Seine gives
up such mysterious things, but she
tells not whence they come.
"Please view the morgue behind
Notre Dame and see yourself among
these various unfortunates, stretch
ed upon the marble tables to be
claimed by those to whom they be
long, but who are never Identified.
Then you will be brought to the
place where your body wil lie buried
In quicklime and your soul will be
forever damned because you destroy
ed a woman as pure and noble as
Milieu roit prnucATioN.
Department of the Interior, Dand Of
lice at Santa 1'e, N. M., August i'u.
Notice 13 hereby given that Miguel
IOpez. of Old Albuquerque, N. M.,
has liled notice of his Intention to
make final five car proof In support
of his claim, viz: Homestead Kntry
No. 9473, made May 25, l'JOC, fo:
the K'i. SW'i, I.o;s 3 and 4, Sectlo.i
7. Township ION.. Range 6E., and
that said proof will be made before
Probate Cierk of 1'ernalillo County
at Albuquerque, N. M, on October i,
Hj names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence up
on, and cultivation of, the land, viz:
Frederlo tjallegos. Darlo Chavez,
Jose Dion Jaramillo. Venceslado
Urlego, all of Albuquerque. N M.
MAXI KL It. OTEKO,
I)cV!tt'.s IJttle Early Hiser are
Hood for anv one who needs a pili.
Sold by J. H. O'Hlelly & Co.
1 L' . ii 1
XIL: - W
G. L. Brooks, Pres.
219 West Gold
Agents for the best tiro
Insurance companies. Tel
ephone tit the amount you
want on your residence
end household good. It
Is dangerous to delay.
FOR SALE A few acreage lots at bargain prices on the in-
stallment plan. Finest garden land in the valley. Water plenty
for irrigation. Fruit trees on every lot. Within three blocks of
electric street railway and city water pipe line. Unequaled for
suburban residence, poultry rabing or gardening. High, rich,
(JJQC A Three room cottage 2 lots in northern part of city on
ipOOU installment plan. $50 cash.
Jl1 kuv a room cottage, with 2 lots, close in.
P X 4 JJ $200 cash and balance in payments to suit pur-
Si chaser with 8 oer cent
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, an they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and In order to cure It you must
take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, and acts direct
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medi
cine. It was prescribed by one of the
best physicians In this country for years
and Is a regular prescription. It Is
composed of the best tonics known, com
bined with the best blood purifiers, acting
directly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two ingredi
ents Is what produces such wonderful
results In curing Catarrh. Send for test
K. J. CHENEY & CO., Props..
Sold by Druggists, price 75 e.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion. notick foii ruiiMc.mox.
Department of the Interior, Iand Of
fice at Santa Fe. N. M.
August 19, 1907.
Notice Is hereby given that Cre.i
enclo Martin, of Cabezon, N. M., has
filed notice of his Intention to make
final Ave year proof In support of his
claim, viz: Homestead Entry No.
8221, made January 24, 1905, for the
lots 7 and 8, Section 30, Township
16 N., Hange 6 W.. and that said
proof will be made before H. W. 8.
otero. U. S. court commissioner, at
Albuquerque, N. 11., on October 6,
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence up
on, anil cultivation of, the land, viz:
Francisco Montoya, of Bernalillo,
N. M.; Eugenlo Chaves, of Bernalillo,
N. M.; Klias Montoya, of Sandoval,
N. M.: Jose Chavez, of San Mateo, N.
MANUEL. It. OTERO,
All kinds of coal and wood.
JOHN S. BEAVEN,
AVrilltACITF ull bizoN.
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work is as our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard Plumbing c Heating Co
in. i.i,.' ii1- T :w '. .1. 1
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M. Moore, V. P. and Mgr.
MOORE REALTY CO.
Have negotiated loans
on Albuquerque real es
tate for the past SO years,
without a single loss to
loaner. Safety and sat It
faction to both parties.
SPECIAL THIS week
business lots on corner.
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'f.
12 0 West Railroad Avenoe
No breaking in
t with the foot"
The flexible sole Red Cross
Shoe is comfort a ble from
The burning and aching
:aused by stiff soles ,md the
;vils of thin soles aie pre
vented by the Red Crc ss. It
rnables a woman to be on her
'set for hours at a time with
k'jr- ii-'?5r&-2 St, Rd Cr
Let us fit you.
121 Railroad Atou
KILL the COUCH
AND CURE the LUNGS
W0r AW9m as t tf A
OLDS Trial Bottle fre.
AND All THROAT AN3 LUNG TROUBLES
OUARANTD S ATISKACXOiiV
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Abstrae.s of title tarn-.
Ished on Bernalillo Coun
ty proptrerty on short no
tice. The only set of ab
stract books that Is up to
eate. Prices reasonable.
A bargain. This
Wines, Brandies. Etc.
SAMPLE A NO
exs yoc beat Tins?
In the way of bakery products? Cer
tain It Is that you'll travel many a
weary mile to even equal our cakes,
pies, pastry, rolls, etc. Our goods
are always In demand, because those
who know appreciate their excel
lence. But don't forget our bread
our principal pride and source of our
907 Sooth First Btraet
To Colorado and east
ern points. On sale daily
until Sept 30th. Re
turn limit October 31st.
Rates to principal points.
Denver and return $23.70,
Colorado Springs and return
$20.75, Pueblo and return
$18.95, Chicago and return
$53.30, St. Louis and return
$52.90, Kansas City and re
turn $44.55, Norfolk and re
turn (60 day limit) $72.90.
Account I. O. O. F., Sov
ereign Grand Lodge.
St. Paul or Minneapolis and
return $52.10. Tickets on
sale Sept. 12. 13, 14, 15 and
16. Return limit Oct. 2, '07.
Call at Ticket Office fcr Par
ticulars. T, E. PURDY, Agenl.