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Portales People Subscribe for
More Than tho Required
wlli be acceptable.
Attorney Felix Baca returned to the
rlty cstorday from a business trip to
.Hlvcr City. Mr. Bain saw Dr. l.'opp,
formerly of this city, nml lie was do
lug a fine dentistry business there.
Another Boquet for Men of U. S. A.
Vl y VjULMME ,1 MUTTtAR
" ICOTUP .OfWrttOliT
I VlSrf T MF. ? J
Twnn a Glorious Victory. '
There's rejoicing in Fedora, Tenn.
A man's life has been saved, and now
Dr. King's New Discovery Is the talk
of tho town for curing C. V. Pepper
of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could
not work nor get about," he writes,
"and the doctors did me no good, but,
after using Dr. King's New Discovery
three weeks, I feel like a new man
and can do good work again." For
weak, sore or diseased lungs, coughs
and colds, hemorrhages, hay fever,
la grippe, asthma or any bronchial
affection It stands unrivaled. Price
line and $1.00. Trial bottle free. S 'Id
and guaranteed by all drucgis'ts.
Tl-jTLf AtW, FROM THE.
KASriCE OF YOUR OiwthE,
UMPIP f rE4 AMP r-tET
COUMT ttsiY V CNeTlldC.
WE rlE ,Bx BejVME.SS
i nvvf. IT
lUrL TO WK. OVER,
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Committee Going After Tu
cumcarl lexlco Line
In Real Earn
est. Twenty Billion Cubic Feet Arc
TaKen Ea(h Year Not
WORKING HARD HEAVY DRAINS
FOR RAILROAD ON NATION'S
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l'oi-l.iies. N. M.. Aug. SI. S' li'iol
vi.i m-iti in Portales- "n Sept. t'.th.
V. A. Pole in superintendent. Fred
I'.aiH plimipal. The tcai hers will
be ns.;neil thrir respi-i t( e grades
wil li in the text few days, j
V. K. Lindsey has offered to dmi
Bii hi) acre or an m ri1 ami a half of
h;s ii.mt n -xt to tin- railroad oft the
not'i tali-. Just mirth of town, for
flu- power plant fur th,. Portales irri
fcati n pre-Joot. The ofTe-r will, in ail
prolia li!it y be accepted.
Mote than the entire iinnuint
land having been subscribed for
Irrigation i r"Jict. Mr. Dotw ciler.
j-rcmoter. left for Wi'hlta. Kan.
Thursday mining promising to
sr u d
an engineer here next week to ar
range fur the test wells, and said that
lie would at once phlp to this place a
six-inch pump t be' used in testing
the wells as soon as thty had been
drilled. If the test wells prove sat
isfactory work will commence imme
diately so that the plant will be . ready
for operation next spring.
The plant for the six-thousand acre
project wHl consist of two 475 horse
power, double acting, horizontal, tan
dim typo Buckeye gas engines; two
35a kilowatt generators directly con
nected to engine shafts, two gas pro
ducers, switch boards and ail con
nections to make a complete electric
station. , The power house will be
85x90 feet; 18 foot wells of either
trick or cement. In case 12,000 acres
should be subscribed for before the
proposition is closed the power house
and equipment will be exactly double
the present intended proportions.
The Young Women's Christian as
sociation has tried to get large con
venient quarters centrally located for
their work, where all the departments
could be carried on In one building.
Failing to find a suitable place, , It
la decldoii to remain at the present
location. 50S W. Silver avenue, and
start out in a conservative way.
Mrs. Brott will again open a wom
en's exphange 'in connection with the
work, and ladles who paid a mem- j
tership fee to the womuna' exchange
opened in the spring will huve the
privilege of working through the, ex
change free of charge for one year, -
Lunches will be served and an em
ployment bureau will be conducted.
The travelers' aid wlll .be helpful to
women coming us strangers to Albu
querque. . : . i
Classes in physical culture, domes
tic science and any special class work
desired will be opened soon. All
ladies who have given their named
as members of the- Y. W. C A. will j
;lnuly hand in their membership fee.'
The fees can be paid at the rooms, 50fi ;
W. Silver avenue, or to any member of
the board or call phone loll to huve I
someone call for fee.
This Is a noble, worthy cause; and
as such the public is asked to help us
get started by way of contributing
money, produce, furu-'ure, betiding
table linen, dishes, etc. Anything
,1 Don t expect the rtomach to do work it can t do. i nat u
unreasonable.. While you need help let Kodol do it for
you. Kodol digests all the food and it's the only prepara
tion that does
Boat xpct tt amth te to w t
At ThU U BBWMoaabto. klliniiita
-tat Kodol do It for yM. Z0lfwUaatfc.
Sm4 tad It U tb only frtptntton that mm.
Mn ttom&ch to vnftbit to foot
Thar U oalj com wxj. It kT Ul
Don't txpoet It U U work It t do. Tbat
toanreMon&ble. Hf mtort ttbaff tofcetfof
tteelf. It ooa jraU tt Uoondltloatodolt wrt
uAideU. Wbw thkt eoadiUon to mehed-
Tou don wd htfjk
Ton don't 4twd dlgastan.
Ton dont nu& Kodol.
Bat bU yoa da tmi bftl tot do It
far ytm. Then not tb phileU iarTmnt
tbftt only comet with pert jot dtcMOoa. Asd
pvint dtgastlon suppllM trntBdant nowtobaMnt.
Vwt u nnt s. cur KaXor tloM ewM. But
wim uaiBtA tha itom&oh
nv Then n&tur eomDl4rtM tU eon. ItV
tla help from Kodol mtltes
mmlar to bear.
There ere tonic propertlee
Va rrrm Vt md W hole
Tbet U whet you went.
v . a e
v ..t. ...V.mn !
lack of food. It ta beceuae
whtt you eat ana Decease it aon v
Til rood food end ell you went
, Dont eotd this nor
needahelp. It your eppetlte
jo&i ayeteflB reu w.-im.
BIG LEAGUE TEARS'
U Itl'.lti; Tlir.Y M'.V. PT IXG THIS
America ii fa-ague".
.'irOiinnt'in at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at I'iii'-aun.
New Yolk lit I 'h'M-i.i ml.
Hot-Ion at Detroit.
Pittsburg at Huston.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Chkago at New York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Ii s Moines at Wichita.
Omaha at Topeka.
Sioux City at Denver.
Lincoln at Pin-blo.
HOW TIIKV STAND.
Won. Uist. I'd. ;
Detroit 76 43 .6311
Philadelphia 74 46 .617
Boston 73 4t .. "'.
Cleveland ..61 60 .504
Chicago Ml 60 .406 1
New. York 53 63 .4411
St. Louis 49 6S .419 '
Washington 33 S7 .275
National League. , I
Won. Lost. Pet. '
Pittsburg 85 32 .723
Chicago ' 78 3s .672
New York 69 .605
Clncinnutl SS 56 .50
Philadelphia 55 . CI .474
Ft. Louis 45 71 .3SS
Brooklyn 41 75 .353
Boston 32 ku .274
. . 70
. . 63
. . 60
. .. -58
. .. 49
Topeka . . .
Wichita . . ,
Pueblo .. ...
4 j (j
St. Louis 8, Washington 0.
Cleveland 4, Boston 2.
Philadelphia 5, Chicago 0.
- Nntlonal I,ciieuo.
Chicago 2. New York 0 (first
New York 5. Chicago 0
Pittsburg 2. Brooklyn 1.
Cincinnati 5, Boston 3.
Philadelphia 3. St. Louis
Des Moines 4. Wichita 1.
Topeka 7. Omuhu 6.
Denver 7. Sioux City 2.
Lincoln in. Pueblo 2.
Indianapolis C, Columbus 4
n i n gs .
Minneapolis 6. Kansas City
Toledo 2. Louisville 1.
Only One Way
toit tone mp
aaen nj tni normu ooDoinoa.
non ahould be
tomach will do
br dotnc put of tU
th harden lighter and
In Kodol tbet cease
rrstem to respond.
Tbrt'e whet you get la
Tint nnarm.11 etlUM DT
you don't aeatmllef
that because it doesn't
creiea certain thlnge
J. H-.O'lUKUA" & CO.
Texico. N. M.. -Aug. 31. The
li.iet Tor building the hew Texico
s .. Iiool lias In on I' t t.. T. A. Brown,
v. ho " ill In-Kin ii k at ,"m as the
"loumls upon wli eh II e school Is to
In erected have be' n miim.mi1. Xo
specific plans ha' e as yet been drawn
up mil no i tin te dale Is set for the
completion of 'he building.
At the home of Mr. and Mis. W. II.
Tioak on Tin day, Aug. 2 1, the sol
emnization or the marriage ceremony
was held at high noon, when their
euughtcr. Mi.-s Lul l Umik hum united
iu man iaae to Mr. Baor S. Trip' tt.
also of Ti.xii". The ci li molly was
peifoinud by the lliv. Milton W'ls
hani, an Kpiscopol r etor of Amarillo.
Ti x.. and had all the- beauty ami im-pics-ivimss
that the Knglish high
ihiiich ceri nioiiy is noted ,for. The
bride was dressed in a beautiful gown
of white tulle, the groom wearing
the customary man's dress. Mr. and
Mis. Triplett left on the noon train
for St. Louis and points in Minnesota
and Wisconsin, for their honeymoon.
Tin y will return in about three weeks
after which they will reside III Texico.
The executive committee of the Tu-cumcari-Texieo
K. H. Workers have
raised enough money to make a can
vas for the bonus und right of way.
There are two committees to attend
to this work and both of them tre
working to their utmost capacity.
Letters huve been sent to every prop
erty owner on the proposed right of
way In this region and around Tueum
cari. Business men of both towns
have agreed to secure the bond as
soon as Hi amount of bonus Is
luisi tl. A considerable amount of the
bonus has already been raised, but
how much is only a matter of con
jecture as no two members of tho
committee are able to be In town nt
lh' same time and It Is therefore im-
' possible to form any correct estimate
aH ' th0 nm'iunt. The sentiment for
the line in Tueumcarl is extremely
favorable and everyone seems to be
l working for our new railroad. Tu-
cunicari win uniiouoteuiy oc able to
make bond for Its bonus within a
e ry short time.
The directors of the Texico Na
tional bank met on Friday and held
their regular monthly business meet
ing. if the board the follow ing mem
bers were present: W. . Oldham. Dr.
A. L. Breeding. Alex. Shipley, S. A.
King and 1!. D. oblham. Two resig
nations were presented and accepted
at this meeting. Dr. Breeding pro
tested that he could not do Justice tyi
his practice und attend all the meet
ings and so wished to resign from
the vice-presidency. His resignation
caused regret, hut was accepted.
Cushier P. K. Jordan also resigned,
having accepted another position in
TO II EXT Ity tTny or Hour, Max
well touring e-ar. Phone-, office 1020;
i eslilenco, 62.
STAGE TO JEMEZ LEAVES 211
WEST (iOM) EVEHV MOHXIXG AT
Han to wfcore Kodol benefte ywa.
MbmA ealr dlreste tho food yoa beTe eetea,
end ycta tho etomaoh beck to ft
, Am lonff ea pert of th food remain una
(taAed, tho atomaoh to not et rest. All food
nut e digested, Only part aoeena that tho
go on w vng as en unpaawuaj
ere a partial help end do pert ot
ttkework. BufttMt to not enough, The part they
do to not the aost weentlsl pert, jubi wnee
tiaey fall to teotrt&Pp to wLt to most required
by tb body. PerVws!ywUlnotdo. 'Tart way"
win neTer take yow to ft Journey's end. 4.11 or
That to why Kodol to successful.
r 4iTm .11 food e juicklT ft ft health
It It falls It coat you ootht.
. . airnese cannot go further.
0 to your druggist today and get ft dollar
after you hare used the enilre con
tents of the bottl II you can nonestiy eay met, i
has not don you any good return the buttle to
th druggist endhewCl refund your money. W
will then repay th druggist. This offer applies
to the Urge bottle and to but one in ft family.
Tb dollar bottle contains 2 times as much
m tb fifty cent bottle. Kodol to made at th
laboratories of E. C. DeWltt ft Co., Chicago.
i 'ally ill am upon our forests, pit
ounting losses iroin llres. storms an 1
ii;i-i i ts. Is some twciil billion cu''ic
ti i t." .Jiiys It. S. Kellogg, assistant
lon sti i- in charge of the ofili
li.nst statistics, in a publication In-':
i-Mi. d by the f hi st service on "Th.
Timber Supply of the I'niteil Stales."
"Our present forest area of ."i.i'i
Million acres may be roughly esti
mated to consist of 2nd million acres
of mature fori -its, in whl ii the au
i.il.i! growth is balanced by m ath and
decay; eif 250 million acres partially
i lit or burned over, on which, with
1 1 i.sonable eari'.
there !:- sultlilcn.
to produce in tn
a merchantable, but
eourse of time
i.ot a full crop
million ai'i'in o
of timber; ami P'O
f more severely cut
Mid burned over forests, on whi'u
there Is not sufficient young growth
lo produce nni'thiT crop of much
"Taken ns a
growth of our
i nun i
euhlc feet per
acre, a total
than se ven billion cubic feet. Til it
is. we are cutting our forests three
timm as fast as they are growing.
There li. menace In the coiiliiuiance
of such conditions. While we mlgh.
never reach absolute timber exhaus
tion, the unrestricted exploitation of
our forests in the past has already
Pad serious effects, and it will liav
much worse if it is allowed to con
"White pine, for Instance, which
va once considered Inexhaustible,
bas fallen off seventy per cent In cut
since 1890, and more than forty-live
per cent since 1900. The cut of oak.
our most valuable hardwood himbc'-.
has decreased slxtei n per cent since
1900, and that of yellow poplar twen-
tv-two tier cent. The same story will
be .old of other woods If they are
"Tho fact that timber
(heap and abundant has
curi'lens of its production ;
less In Its use. We take
fict of wood per capita
from our forests, while tierniany uses
ni.ly 37 cubic feet, ami Franco but
25." On the other hand, tlerniaoy,
who has learned her lesson, makes
ber state forests produce an averagi
o'' 4K cubic feet of wood per acre
We linee as fawt orowlnir Sliecles as
(urmany, or faster, and as good or
hotter forest soil If we protect it.
"The necessity for more farm land
ii'iiu ..ceiilniillv reduce our total for
est area to 100 million acres less than
It is at present. It is entirely possl
hie however, to nroeluce on 4 50 mil
lion uct'ot as much wood as a ponu
lation much greater than we have
now will reallv need If all the forest
land is brought to its highest pro
i in ( n ir nil tin c lie- and if the product is
economically and completely utilized
But to reach the necessary condition
of equilibrium between timber pro
duction and consumption will tak'
rr.anv years of vigorous effort by In
illeiiliial forest owners, by the t-tutcu
and bv the national government
Votn. of them can solve th'- problem
alone; all must work tog.tiur."
Territory of New Mexico. Office of
CKUTIFU'ATK OI' COM I'AKIM X.
I, Nathan Jaffa. Secretary of the
Territory of Now; Mexico, do mTcny
certify that there was llled for rec
ord in this oftler at ten o clock a. m .
on the twenty-nrst day of August, A
rlli-lc of lin-oriioialliill of Aoillll-
tcstcru Titnslt" 4'inilany.
und also, thai 1 have compared the
following copy of tho same, with tile
original there-of now on tile, und ete
clare It to bo u orn i t transerl;t
tlicrefrnm and of the whole there";.
(Jlvon under my hand ami tho
Croat Seal of the Territory of ,M'
Mexico, at the L'ily of Santa Ke. tin;
Capital, on this '.Met day of August,
A. I). 1 90S.
(Seal.) I iiaa j.M-r.-.
Secretary of New Mexico.
Ccrtillcalc of Iue-orsiratiii of Soulli-
ui'sn-rii Townsile l'oiniaii.
This is to certify that we tho un
dersigned, do hereby associate our
selves Into a corporation under and
by virtue eif the provision of an Act
of the Legislative Assembly of the
Territory of New Mexico, entitled , An
Act to Regulate the Formation and
Covernment of Corporations for M--
ing. Manufacturing, iiniusmai mm
Other I'urMiits," approved March 15.
l!or.. and all acts amendatory there
of, and supplemental thereto. nr m---
purposes hereinafter mentioned, ana
to that end we do by tills, our oeriiu
cate. set forth:
First: The name of the corpora
tion is Southwestern Townsitc Com
pany. Second: The location of the prin
cipal oftlce In this Territory is at
314 Strlcklor building. In the City of
AlbuiUeriue, in the County of I!iT
r.alillo. Tho name of the agent there
in and In charge thereof. upon
whom nrocesa against the Company
mav be served, Kdwin Z. Ross.
The corporation shall have tu 1
,,nuer unil niithorilv to e-lillduct
business in all its brunches, have one
or more ofilces. keep tile books of the
corporation (except tho stock anJ
transfer books), and utilimltedly to
hold, purchase, mortgage and convey
real and personal property outskb
the Territory of New Mexico, in an
and all of the several states and to -ritori.-a
of tho l'nited Slates of Am 1 -
Washington, Aug. "I.- Th
7 W. LtW HlArAWAM WIFE FOB. rfWW Q
OufLjfirwy HYSTD.JCS FOB t GO- 1 lS MMMm 74V r-
0 il 'm
Mrs. Emily T'ost of N'e-w York, society . woma n novelist, discussing the question of American girls marry
ing foreign noblemen, declares that such alliances might be successful if the girl "prefers the man wio will
smooth out the path of life; who will always be alert to please! to serve in the p-ssi r things; who has charm
of manner and an amazing understanding of the art of making women comfortable In the elusive tilings. Jf
she prefers the man with the sialwart, reliant, almost brutul force of 1 ve: with no frills; with n under
standing of. what might lie termed the art of life rather one who has a contempt for it then sl-e is happier
as the wife of her own American man." Xews Item.
lea, ami in such places as may, du.'- tho like securities of any eorpora
ing the existence of this corporation, jtion, including its own, or of any gov-
compoe or be acquired or controlled
by said L'nited .States of Amerl.'a,
and In such foreign countries as shall,
fiom time to time, be found neces
sary or desirable for tho purpose of
the corporation's business. j
Third: The objects for which thi
corporation is formed, said objects
being conslrueel also as powers, arj
(a) To acquire by devise, bequest,
purchase, lease, or otherwise, and to
take, hold, erect, construct, rebuild,
enlarge, alter, improve, operate ar.d
maintain houses, hotels, warehous-.'S,
elevators, buildings, railroads wagon
roads, tramways, Irrigating "ditches,
canals, dams, reservoirs and irrigation
works, of any and every nature, o't
any land of the Company, or upon
any other land; and to colonize ani
(h) To lay off lnnd into town
sites, blocks, lots, streets, alleys, av
enues, commons and pnrks.
(c) To engage In mining, manu
facturing, merchandising and othar
(d) To construct, acquire, ow .,
maintain nnd operate telephone lines.
(e) To produce, purchase, sell
and deal In agricultural and dat -y
products of all kinds.
(f) To apply for, receive, mort-
gage,- sell and handle rights anil Fourth: The amount of the total
franchise's of every name and nature ! ,lut horlzed capital stock of the cor
trom the Government of the I'nit-.l ,iation is Seventy-Five Tliousan 1
.-tati. or ef the Territory or Xt v ; , -- 000 ( j-nllara, which Is divided
Mexico, or from any other gove.r.-; nlo seven Hundred and Filly sharee
mi nt or governmental division. j 0f the par value of One HuiiUre.il
.(g) To manufacture, gcnerulc. I ( 10t)) i'ar per share.
buy. sell, lease, store, transmit a'i'i i
distribute electric current for lighting.!
power, heating ami display and such
other purposes as may be m-eessury
m convenient f"i any of the purposes
of the corporation, and to manufac
ture, own, purchase, mil. mortgage,
lease, sublet and deal in machinery,
devices and apparatus of all kinJs
ior manufacturing generating, stor
ing, transmitting, distributing, co i
veying and using eh clricity.
Oi) To cuter into, make, perform
and curry out contracts and other un
dertakings, of any and every kind.
with any person, firm, association ir
rporatioil engaged In any biisiuifs
similar to or relating to that referred
to in this section (being Section
Third hereof), or with any peisoi.
rlrm. "association or corporation en
gaged' in any business of any kind
li) To purchuso or otherwise ac
quire, hold, own, mortgage, pledge,
siTl, ba.c, sublet, assign anil trulis-
ter goods, wares and merchandise.
stocks (including its owni. bonds, se
curities and obligations, e-onti..-l
rights, grants, concessions, franchises,
shop licences, live slock, n al estate
and interests therein, of any and
every kind and description, and to de
Hm r in pa mi nt or payment ther"
lor securitiin of any corporation, ln
ciinling its own. as well as of any
government or state of any municipal
corporation, whether the said secur
ities shall be bonds, mortgages, di b
eiiluris. notes, obligations or shares
of capital uto'k. and also to receive
in payment for any of the fori going
The most healthful
It is appetizing and
ernment, state or municipal corpora
tion; and to draw, make, accept, en
dorse,' cause to bo discounted, exe
cute and issue promissory notes, bills
of exchungo, warrants, bonds, deben
tures tin I other negotiable iiu-tru-mcnts.
(J) To do any and every thing
necessary or convenient for the ac-
eompnsnmeiu ot any ol lm. i,iiW.j
or the attainment of any of tho
Jects hereinabove enumerated, e itn-r
for Itself or as agent for
lirm or corporation, and either ulonu
or lu association with other corpora
tions or with any lirm or individual,
and in general to engage In any and
all lawful businesses which may bo
necessary or csnvenient In carrying
on the business of this corporation,
anil to do uny and every act or thing
Incidental to, growing out of, or ger
mane) to any of th foregoing- pur"
poses or objects, or any part or parts
thereof, it being expressly provided
that the foregoing enumeration of
specific powers hall not bo held to
limit or restrict in any manner the
general powers or the Company. '
k To acquire a foreign domlci'e
! r.ml orocure tlie corporation to be ln
j corr orateif, registered or recognized
I In any foreign "ountry, state or pos
The amount of the capital stock
Willi which the Company will begin
business Is Two Thousand (2,UtU)
Fifth: The names and rebidenci-i
of the Incorporators, and the number
of shares taibscrlbod for by each are
as follows, to-wit:
X. M. .
Sixth: The date on which the ex
of the corporation shall begin
ls the date of the filing for record
of a copy ef this Certificate of Incor
poration, duly celtitleil 'by tile Sec
retary of the Territory, in the oflice
of the recorder of liernalillo County.
New Mexico, and it shall continue
for Fifty (Jot years.
Seventh: The following powers
and limitations upon tin; stockhold
ers and Hoard of Directors are here
(1) All officers and agents shall be
special agents with limited and re
stricted pow ers and only wit Ii such
authority as shall bo in conformity
with this Certificate of Incorpora
tion, and be expressly named or au
thorized In the Hy-l.aws of tho Com
pany. (J The business and affairs ot
the corporation ..hall be managed and
controlled by a Hoard of Directors In
accordance with the provision uf t.i's
and nourishing food.
easy of digestion.
C'ertiflcate and of tho By-Laws.
(3) The Directors may hold their
meetings outside of the Territory of
(4) Tho corporation may. In Us
By-Lu,wn, prescribe the number nec
essary to constitute a quorum of Its
Board of Directors, which number
may be less than a majority of the
whole number, and the Board of Di-
i rectors shall have power, without the
assent or vote of the stockholders, to
'"-jinake, alter and rescind the By-Laws
' uf tl,u corporation and to increase or
, ,i,. crease the number of Directors In
tht manner provided in the By-Laws,
end in the statute in such case made
and provided; to tlx and determine,
from time to time, and to vary, th-2
sum to be reserved, over and above
the capital stock paid in, as a work
ing capital, before declaring any div
idends upon the capital stock of tlv;
Company, and to determine th)
amount of any dividend and whether
the dividend shall be paid annually,
semi-annually or quarterly; to au
thorize, and cause to be executed,
mortgages and louses, without limit
as to the amount, upon tho real and
personal property of the corporation.
, (5) The Board of Directors, by a.l
affirmative vote of the whole Board,
, may appoint from the Directors an
Kxecutivc Committee, of -which a ma
jority shall constitute a quorum, and
to euch extent as shall be provldeel
in the By-Laws such Committee shall
have, and may exercise all or any of
the powers of the Roarel of Directors,
including the power to cause the seal
of the corporation to be affixed to
all papers that may require It.
In witness whereof we have here
unto set our hands and seals this
Oth day of August A. D.. 1909.
ROV F. HALL, (Seal).
OKOROK R. ROHKRTS (Seal).
C.KeiRCiK II. PATRIDOK (Seal).
Territory of Now Mexico, County of
Before me Claude Hiitto, a Notary
Public in and for said County ani
Territory, on this 20th day of Au
gust, A. D. llMlH, personally came
Roy F. Hall, C.enrge R. Roberta and
O'orye It. l'atridge. who are known
to me to bo the identical persons who
are described in and who executed
she foregoing instrument, and who.
j ia mg oy me uuiy e.w oi u, wn.n.
ai Know lengeii inui iney signeo, soaioa
and di livercd tho same as their frea
and voluntary act and deed for the
uses and purposes therein set forth.
t liven under my hand and notarial
si al the day and ye ar ubove written.
Mv commission expires March lh,
A. I)., lSli.
Xo. 60S4. Cor. Rec'd.
6. Articles of Ineorpo
South western Townsin;
Vol. . l'ag
Filed in ollico of Secretary eif New
Mexico. Ana. 'Jl, ltoin. 10 a. m.
NATHAN' JAFFA, Secretary.
o m pa toil . . J. to (i.
Territory of New Mexico, County
This Instrument was tiled for re
i-r.l on tin- 23rd day of August. litiJ'J
al :( o'clock a. m.
Recorded In Vol. !:' Misc. of He-,
i rds of said County, folio I'.'O.
A. K. W A IK Kit, Recorder.
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I'otomac, the breeding ground of ma
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Jaundice, lassitude, weakness and
general debility and brine suffering
or death to thousands yearly. But
Electric Bitters never fail to destroy
them and cure malaria troubles.
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writes R. M. James, of Louellen, S.
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I work roiiilIy done end guaranteed.