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HOTtlMttH 3ETHHCI KSJtALP, SlIP&frBER 11, Ml
Or, ItfiMM Writes:
Coiumbjtaohto. ja)jf 15rIn reply
to many Uttefro abiumn rbdent artt
do an catarrh and constipation X wish.
.j to mako tho follow In statement
7 Constipation la becoming more pro-'
I vnieni every any. Nearly ono-half
at the human family aro troubled lth
It mora or. less. This fact present a
serious compitcntlon In iiio treatment
A of chronto disease.
Thirty years ago when I was pro
ecrmlng Peruna every day only &
email fraction of th0 people, needed a
luxatlve. nut 1 have found Vy ex
perience that more and mora a laxa
tlvo must be used.
Peruna originally contained no lax
ative element I used to prescrlbo tho
laxall, iManalln to bo uitcd In case a
lax ;lvo was noosed. This necessi
tated tho patient buying two bottles
or medicine Instead of one.
As coniitlputlun becama moro iron
onil I finally concluded to add a laxa
tlvo element to Peruna, Tho now
1'cruiiu Is mado with a taxatlvo In
gredient. Tho old Peruna (Ka-lar-iio)
la without a laxative. On that
account noma prefer tho old Peruna,
som0 prefer tho now peruna.
Tho now Peruna Is for pooplo who
huvo boimo catarrhal ailment and yet
need a laxative. Sold at all drug
Tho o!d Peruna (Ka-tur-no) l for
Mmse pt'iiple who have yomo catnrrhal
ailment but need no luxatlve.
, Those wishing to procure the old
t'cruitu should nddrcss tnu Ka-tur-no
Co., Columbus, Ohio, for further particulars.
BROKEN EGGS WERE
CAUSE OF KILLING
Top of Victim's Skull Pro
duced as Evidence in Trial
of Jack Moore for Death of
J. E. Tudor.
I.UH Vegas, X. M., Oct 11. Details
of thu trial of Jack D. .Moure III Hull til
llnsa. for the killing of J. H. Tudor,
which resulted In the conviction of thu
defendant nn a charge of volunlruy
manslaughter, huvu Just reiiehud Iuh
Vegas. Tho trlul was concluded lute
Moor 0 shot ii ml killed Tudor In Kust
ViiukIiii, Otiniluluiio county, on thu
evening of July 11, last. The state.
IikiukIiI out In tho trial tho fuel that
- Tudor wax first Keen on tho baseball
V Hold ut Kust ViiukIiii on the eveiihiK
i of tho crime. After his nrrlvul thu do
leiidunl was seen to coinu Into thu on
closure arid take a scut In the bund
stand. .Shortly uflerwurds, Tudor,
ultli a cigar In hln mouth, walked over
)u 'Moore. TTIfero wcro no witnesses to
'what occurred Immediately following,
n h nobody suspected troulilo ami all.
tint spectators wcro watching tho
luiHCbull club at practice.
However, the state introduced thu
evidence of several persons who ac
tually Haw all the shorn Itred and who
Mated that at the time of thu shoot
liiK Moore was on thu top of the bund
Bland, which was about threo and
uno-hiilf feet ubov'u the Kruund, while
Tudor wan standing on the ground.
Three shots were llrud, onu entering
Tailor's loft shoulder anil two others
entering tho buck of his heud, Other
evidence wiih brought out by tho stnte
hnvlng that Tudor'a boys. Tom and
Dick, about 11 and 12 years old re
spectively, and Henry, tho son of
Moore, of about tho sumo age, hud
been lighting several days heforo the
tragedy. Tho Monro boy broke a
package of eggs which was being cur
ried home by one or tho Tudor boys,
la Introducing thin evidence tho state
endeavored to show a motive for, the
On -behalf of tho defendant It was
Instilled that Tudor hud culled Moore
to him and told him to s p the boys
from fighting or that ho would "at
tend" to Moore', that Tudor hud
brushed ugnliiHt Moore at tho railway
. station one day and told him to "go
ahead and start something," hut that
Moore hud always walked uwuy. It
was shown also thut an ullegud plot
hud been made known to .Mooro
wi.oreby tho boys or Tudor were to
initch Monro's boy on tho busobull
ground and beat him up, Tudor 1olng
HIH Is Uto tlmo far now thing mid tlto tlnw for looking In
to linen prewtea and replenishing tmjmllcM.
Wonderful now patterns noil (Inn qualities of table, damask
liuvo arrived In Uto linen scot Ion unit aro offered at very reason
took at Hut Dlcnclictl Umik, sevrnty-two Incite wldo and
guaranteed to Im ADD DINI3N at 91.00 n yard, worth aiiywltero
Hoc- the now tattrrn Tallin Clotlm with Napkins to utaU.li ut
price anybody can. afford.
Tlten there aro aomts now nrrivabj in Mncn.
Iliiek Towels and lluck T'JwcIliitf by the yard In several dif
ferent widths and patterns.
W will close tomorrow night at 6 o'clock
on hand to Vrhtp iMoore If he attempt
cd to Interfere.
Tho defendant testified on his owji
behalf that ho was called out to the
Sit Ground on the afternoon of the
ootlng by hla little son, who camo
to him and said that the Tudor boys
would not allow him to play on the
baseball Hold and thaj Mr. Tudor waa
Mooro stated that while he was not
expecting serious trouble he put a .32
caliber pistol In hi pocket with tho
Intention of "knocking man down
It It should bo necessary." This Is
tho weapon with which Tudor was
slain. Tudor was a larger and stronger
man than (Moore.
'Moore, according to his story, went
to the band stand near tho baseball
diamond and sat down, hoping that
ho would got a chanco to talk to Tu
dor and settle their differences peace
ably. As he sat thoro Tudor walked
up, asked Moore why ho did not pay
for the eggs his boy hau broken ana
then tailed him a damned liar be
causu Mooro wild ho Intended to do
so. Then Tudor hit tMooro In tho face
and grasped him about the waist. In
tho ensuing scuttle, Mooro says, he
thought Tudor was reaching Into his
pocket for his knife. Moore drew his
gun. Tudor grubbed tho weapon but
Moore tired two shots and a third
after Tudor hud relaxed his hold. Tu
dor died liiNtnntly with two bullets In
nis brnln. The clgur Tudor was smok
ing was found In bis mouth after the
shooting, ulxut two-thirds smoked.
After Interment the body of Tudor
was exhumed and the course or thu
bullets probed. Thu back or Tudor'S
skull was taken on and used In evi
dence before the Jury by the, slate.
Several altnesses were brought for
ward by the defense to show thut Tu
dor hud the reputation of .elng a vio
lent urn. dangerous mutt around
Vuughn, where he lived. This was
'lone to Impeach the state')) wit Mesne.
The prosecution, however, brought
forward many witnesses who swore to
Man) a mural lesson .night bo ex
tracted by those who witnessed the
McN'ahli and Mooro cases, both of
which were tried ut this term of the
district court (i ml both originating Hi
the town or Vaughn. They show how
nlt-rcpcalcd town gossip, Idle unit un
founded rumors, siuull Irritation
magnlllcd Into largo proportions and
bitter factional reeling result In the
minecessury taking or human lire and
consequent expense and trouble to the
('likens or the commonwealth.
The Jury In the Mooro case, nfter
having been out Tor two and oiie-hnlf
hours, returned u verdict or voluntary
inunsluuglitcr. Thu trlul was presided
over ably by Judge David J. U'uliy.
Cl'u.Ies W. U. Ward, district attorney
for the Fourth Judicial district, aided
by Jjdgu Mcdlll. who wiih utyploycil
by tho ruther of Tudor, conducted the
prosucutlon. i). A. I.tirrnr.olo of Ijis
Vegns and H. MoOulnnes repre
sented the defendant.
There arc no mure criminal cases to
be tried ut this term and It Is believed
the court will he able to adjourn be
Tore the close or the week.
IN NEW QUARTERS
The local brunch office of the I'll
derwood Typewriter company Is now
located In new and hundsome quar
ters at 122 Hoiith Fourth street, op
posite the postorrice. The business
of the company In this city has been
growing by leaps and bounds and
greatly enlarged quarters wen- ab
solutely needed. With these secured,
the company Is now In a position to
give Its customers the best pnssllilo
typewriter service. Adv.
Wormy children aro unnappy, puny
and sickly. Thoy can't be otherwise
while worms eat away their strength
anil vitality. A few dunes of
WIIITK'H ("It 10 AM VISUM U'WOK
performs a marvelous transformation.
Cheerfulness, strength and the rosy
bloom of health speedily return.
Prlco 2Dc per bottle. Hold by ull
You need a pair of ( ivergullers to
wear with your low Mimes during
these chilly evenings. We ran sell
you a splendid grade for Ml and 70
cents a pair. ('. Muy'H Hhoe More,
314 WcMt Central avenue.
Office riirnlturo or every descrip
tion. Albert rubor, 308 West Cen
Wiro Ilroko Again It so6ms to mo
you aro always short of money.
Hub (a poker player) -It Is due to
tho way I was raised.
Wife That's right; blame it on
your poor parents. Huston Truii-script.
Prizes Awarded tojSiKcessjfut
lrix Poultrjj Show
Display of Blooded BirdB, Chiokens, Tnrk'eys, Dnoks, Qeeae,
Pigeons, Quail and Chines e Pkeasants at Fair Grounds
One of Most Popular Depa rtmcnts of Annual Exposition.
Tho prises and premiums havo boon
awarded In thu State fair Poultry
show at Traction park, John Itoub,
superintendent, onu of the most pop
ular, largect and moit ull-round suc
ce.rul departnienls of the ralr, which
bus been visited by a steady stream of
admiring visitors ever slnco tho fair
begun. The prises huvo bo.m awarded
Sweep stukes prise for bes; f.en In
tho show: Two silver ctu ., f.'u r.im.
tud gold w.tl..t, dona'el ,iy . Van
ow N". H. .Stevens of Iis Cruces.
Second best pen In show: $10 cash
John J. Deun, Monetu, Ca).
Heat cnek In show: K. cash Illuo
Hlbbon Poultry Yards, South I'iihu
denn, Onl. This also takes tho
"Sclfolglrls' prl.e," a desk tia piu
scnted by J. J. Dean or Monetu.
Jlest cockerel In show; l .ash
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Weiluttd .Mi.iut.i,
Ilest ben In show: $5 cmli J, D
Notgruss or Alhutiici'iiic.
Ilest pllllet In show : 5 r's'l A. 1).
(iruham or .lliii(iieiiiiu.
lClks' trophy (or bird whipped long
est distance Kiln I'ollock or AitJier
dam, X. Y.
star Hay and drain trophy D. T.
Well. tud, Monetu, fill.
Judge :. l Medlcr prir.e: J 10 foi
best rolleetlvi! exhlbltjot New Mexico
poiiltr) A. I). UrVhajft. AlbiuoerUu.
H. J. 'Strong tropby1 A. i). drahatti.
H. D. Washburn trophy I,. A. Unrl
Trophy olTerml by Thomas V. Hums
or Colorado springs, which must ho
won three times to hold N. It. Stev
ens, Uis Cruces.
This Is the second time Mr. Stevens
has won the trophy, Dr. A. S. Droit
sou or (his city having won It the first
Oovet'iior McDonald prize: S2T, for
best exhibit id poultry K. K. Ilooth.
Mountain View ranch, Old Albuquer
que Jesus Itoinero trophy: Ilest pen of
Itiilf i trplngtons J. J. Dean of Mon
Alvan N. White prize: $1(1 ror best,
exhibit by school 'boy or git I Herbert
Andrew illlekey. Albuquerque.
ihouiiiB F. 'ooney trophy cup for
best pen of single comb Ithode Island
Iteds Kllu H. l'ollotk or Amsterdum,
IT PAYS 10
Motor Traveler Who Leaves
Albuquerque in Good itum
or Becomes Consistent Boost
er for the Duke City.
"It pays to treat the autoi.iuliile
tourists hospitably and see that they
go away from Albuquerque pleased
You remember the old say
ing "The proof of the pud
ding .is the eating of it.'
It is so with our groceries
and service. Unless you
try both you cannot
know that they are tho
best you can get in this
town bought and plan
ned to seoure and keep
Wo know that a satisfied custo
mer Is the best advertisement
wo have. Try us a 'week. Hon
or come with your order or
phono and a messenger will cull
Hero aro soitio of tho thing
Uuu will makn ynu a pIcuHetl
patron of this store:
Club House (Goods
Chase and Sanborn's
Belle Springs Butter
818 Wast Gtftirftl Amu
KXI1UHT8 MOllB VAIUED
THAN IN rilEVIOU.S YK.VHS
The poultry exhibits aro more, var
ied and Intorostlng than ovor boforo.
Among the exhibitors ure 13. K, Uooth
of this city, black Minorca, white
Leghorns ami rose comb nhode Island
Iteds; W. T lllakcly. Illuo ltlbbon
Poultry yards, South Pasademt, black
Langshurs; Herbert Hlckoy, Albuqtier.
que, single, coiirb Hhodo Islands Iteds;
1.. A. Krluiidaou, Albuqucniue, buff
orplngtuns, white Wynndoltes, red
game cock and first premium dlsplu)
of pigeons. Trlmblo C. Wells Old Al
buquerque, white Plymouth Hocks,
J. J. Deun. Mtuictn, Cal., buff Orping
tons and black llantum; Acme Poul
try yards, Albuquerque, white Wyan
duties and sluglo comb buff Orplug
Ions; Apaehu Ited pens, .Silver ('ID
Kiln K. Pollork, Amsterdam. N Y
I.. II. Thumits, Albuquerque, .-urlous
tuoltlcd Aitcunns and Hnudns. J 1)
Nutgiiiss, Allmquerquo Iji liclie bar
red iMytnuuth Itncks; Mrs. M liietz,
.MbiiiueriUe, Ithode Inland It"! and
white orpiuginns; Mrs. D. A. t-iat
riKhl, .lbiiqui'i'itie, burred 11'" ks and
single comb white Leghorns; J 0.
Cciitiy, Albuquerque, wnlte S . .1 t
les and white Leghorns; MrH. W. It.
N'elsler. .MliiuiuerqUe, SeabrUhl llan
tum, single comb brown l. h.-rns,
mid white l'l.vnmulh Hocks; Thotttp
sun's Dairy poultry farm, Priulis,
N. M.. singli ciqub white Orpingtons
Mr and Mrs. D T. Wellund, Monetu,
Cal ; barred Hocks; U. V. Morrison,
Mnrlortv, X. M-. rose comb Ithode
Islam! Iteds; Ideal Poultry rim. li. OM
Alliuquerqlle, barred Ituclc. ulilto
I'liehlu batitums, single comb luilT r
plngtoiis, iblack l.ingshans. single
i. nib 'black 'Mlmm-as, Indian runner
diii'ks, Toulouse geese, while turkeys
and broiiKe turkeys; A. D. Hi ahum,
Albuquerque, gl'lllca fowls, slnglo
tb while leghorns, turkeys. Tou
louse geese, Oainhid quail, native
quail and Chinese tlng-neclt i.heus
ants. Mr. draliam breil tlicsr ...null
tul pheasants and the quail at his
i. inch north or the city and says there
Is no reason why the pheasants should
nut become a slock gnme bird of Ibis
There lire :Q birds entered In the
Poultry show, exclusive of the pigeons,
pheasants and quail, thero being be
tween HO and fid pigeons and :iu to D
quail and pheasants rill together
with llulr reception." said . K. Mich
ael or the Swan llealty company, to
day. Mr. Michael Is u good toads en
thusiast. "Some days ago," he said,
'(I. M. Arnold or Hochesler, N. Y., u
Wealthy tourist, eltmu through A II 1 1 1 -qilei'qilu
III ull automobile. He declar
ed that Albuquerque was the lluest
luwii ho had struck since leaving east
ern .Kansas; that' his 'car wiis'ivell ulW
cueuply looked alter while he W'a.i
Here, supplies wele rurnlshed at rea
sonable, tales and he generally receiv
ed the wry best kind of treatment
Irom citizens, auto men mid dealers
"It shows the Importance or treat
ing those luuilsts right. Their adver
tising pusslbllllles for AllHIqtleiqUil
tire great. I believe It wuid bo an
excellent pill tl o lint I II til I II a bureau of
lurormatloti to give such ti.nvlers re
liable Inrormutloii on i lies and
Hunt Declares Capital Punish
ment Is As Much Out of
Date As Would Be the
Burning of Witches.
TO ENACT HIS VIEWS
Mr Leased Wire to Rvculna Herald
Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. II Declaring'
that capital punishment had no more
place In tho recent day order thun
tho (burning or wlleiics, Oovornor
Hunt grunted reprlevus toouy to Will
iam Campbell, Kduurdu 1'ilex, N, II,
ChaveK and 'Miguel Perultu, all of
whom wcro to have been hung toduy.
The reprieves deferred the uuto of
execution to April 17.
Ooveruor Hunt exiircksed tho hopo
thut the legislature would pass at It
next session a bill a'oollsulng capital
punishment, and added thut If tho
law mukors railed to act, the pooplo
would bo certain to Initiate such a
Kick headacho Is caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamber
Iain's Tablets and correct that and
thu heudaehen will dlsuppcur. Par
sale by ull druggists. Adv
Washington, Oct. It, freight tar
iffs making advances on soft coal from
Colorado und Now Mexico mlnos to.
dostlnntlons In tho mldPwett were
suspended today by too Interstato
comniorco commission, until April 38.
nn Investigation Is In progress,
J. W. Copoland, nf Dayton. O.', pur
chased a botttla of Chninberlaln'N
Cough Ilemedy for his boy who had
a cold, and befora tho bottlo was all
used the boy's cold was gone. il tllht
not' better than to pay a five dollar
doctor's blllT For sale by uu arug
VkOw n IiTS' fV I HHMatUsMsMB
Everybody's Doing It Now and Don't Forget Aviator Boy
Francis Is Flying nt the Fair Grounds.
Many Men Will Participate in
Columbus Day Celebration Here
Name and Memory of Discoverer of Americp Will Be Honor-
.ei.by.Knigbt.Qf.Colu.ijibs, flnj Other Organizations of
Patriotic Citizens; Brief
lowed by Public Exercises
I''le tl II 1 1 1 1 1 ' I III) II ll'iiin Albuquer
que mill various ulllel p. Ills ol the
Mali' will unite tomorrow hi mliut
a tribute In the memory nf Christo
pher Columbus, illscivcrcr of Amer
ica, nn the in ( union ui the first day
on which di-euvery day Is uhxcrvoil
us li , legal holiday III New Mexico.
The Culiiinl'iiM day celebration hel'e
tomorrow will murk the llrst public
llellioiistr li In be belli ill New
Mexleu In b.iii.il ul the Cleat illstuwi'
the III ill who lolloweil unknown
sens ami ill: " i red the lllllil Which
Is I 1 1 1 1 lie lii'iue ol the greatest nu
t loii III all lii i"l. While the Collllli
bus do) i . h I.i .it Inn was suggested
anil m i iio.'i l t"i by the Knlghla or
Ci liinil I '.lie r nrgalilxatlnuM nf
till- 1 1 . III.' gi III let public is IllVlteil
tu nsM' I Hi Hie pt'ogrmii anil to lie
llliMlit ,il III. i:il, .' iqiel'll llulisc lo-
iiiortow loni ultiit mid In at' lliu orator
ol' the da, linn, lieurge P. Connolly,
or San I' iHio, iiit' the pllucl-
pill aibll rM. Tin Coltllllbilli day cele
bratb'li liiinoiluw Is tu be it ilelliull
stl'utloii ul pull Inll.-m ull thu pall nt
all who p.iiilelpati In II. The led,
While anil blue will be plulullu ll'lv
illsptaycil In the theater mid th
stars und elrlpes will hu i.'lil'l'led by
the buiiiiei' bearers of the various or
giiiilxuiluiiH, while each man In the
prueehslun will Wear the inlolM nn ills
The prugrmn for CoIiiiiiIiuh day Is a
simple one mid will not bo llresullie.
Tho several organizations thul urn
to participate III the pruccssloli will
gather at St. Mary's hchool hall to
morrow morning at U:30 o'clock,
march to the church or the Immacu
late Cniiei ptiiiu, ailjoiuliig tho school,
and attend brief services. Tho serv
ices will consist or the llclicillctlon or
the Most lib n il Sai lament by Dev.
P. Toiiimasliii, S. J., mid will last not
longer llimi ten minutes. II w.u
hoped all along that An hblsh"i .1
II. J'llllVlll would be able In I.,. III Al
bltqlicrquc and assist In Hie ceb t.lu
Hon, but continuation touts, iti'tuiige'i
Chronic Ulcers Mean Bad Blood
If outaide Influences wcro rcflnonnlblc for chronic ulcers, then exter
nal nnplicatlonu and iilniple clcntillncHH would Iw a curative treatment.
Hut the trouhlo In always Jn the blopd which limi become unhealthy and
diseuHcd, mid kccp the Bore opcti by continunlly dincharRinK into it 'thu
impurities and infectious matter with which thu circulation is filled.
Salves, washes, lotiouu, etc., may cnunc thu plnoc to cab over temporarily,
8. 8. 8. enriches this vital fluid mid in every way assists nature in over
coming the bad effects of a chronic ulcer. Book on 6oro and Ulcers and
any medical advice free. fOB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA, GA.
1 TuM TMm
Program in Churoh to Be Fol
in Elks' Opera House.
tor mulilliH nhead, inuld nut be pust
puiied wllhuiit causing niu-b cuiifu
sloli, In nee It Is probable his grace
will nut be here tomorrow.
I'loiii the church the various or
ganisations will lurni In Hue and
inarch tu thu Ml Km' theater. Tin Hue
of mulch In us lullows: Knoii 'ho
Immaculate Conception church suiith
In Central avenue, Horn Central cast
lo l''lisl street; hoiith uu T'lrsl strict
In (luld avenue; Wirt nn (Inl'l avilliie
tu I'lrill hll'eet, thence tu the Mills'
opera lloiisi .
The i . 1 1 ii li- will lie under the direc
tion ol' ilrmul Marshal .1. A. .lulinsiitt
noil AHsblmit Ill-ami .Marshal I lei lu l l
The lll'Nl illvbllou, l''rillll( (I'ltbllV.
marshal, will ciiihIhI ul' n band. Hie
IIi'M I lllllellt lllillllll M'lluul lailelH, SI.
.luescph's cuilet.'i, Saci'eil Heart cadi Is,
illilliacillate Cnueeptluu school eiidils.
The Heconil illvlslou, led by n baud
wilt have Die Patriotic I'lilnu ul
Aiuetlea, Krncslo Pallaillmi, tiiiirshal;
Ho .Mutual Protective Society, l.eon
oiiln 1 1 mill k. mmshal; the Kpnnlsh
A 1 1 1 1 1 .in Suelely, Nloholas Franco,
ui.irili.il, the Spanlsli-Amerlcmi A 1 1 1 -iiiiii'.
A. A. Hi illllu, mnrshiil; Die
I'llllslopher Cntomlio Suelely, (llllsep-
le (III I 'I III.'. loal'Hlllt, Die KlllMlltH llf
c.iliimbiii', TIiuiiii I' Kelt her, Jr.,
iiihI'MiuI; his honor, the mayor;
members o the city i niiie II Ills ex
ii III in v, the guveinnr, and members
'it I be, guVCI'IIUr'H Mill f r
ill arrival nt I he the. it. -i the plesl
ileiitH ul Hie vmiuiis sin b ib , (he
mayor it m I idly council ami governor
ami I'lulf mid members ,,( Die clergy
will occupy i, it', i,r honor on I tin
stage, which has been artistically
decorated In patriotic schemo Inr the
uceasliiii. Tho prugrmn will begin
with the singing or it patriotic selec
tion, after which the orator of the
day will bo Introduced.
Mr. Woods Hutchinson, who bus
I'.ini d I ho third-term party, probably
s luuklug ror a Job as veterinary stir
m uu to the Hull MooBO,
nut the uioou is not mudc purer y mtcit, ircatmcnt
and soon the old inflummntiott and diBcharue will
return and the sore be as bad or worse than before.
Nor will removing the place by surgical operation
insure a cure: tlte cause still remains In tho blood
and the sore is bound to return. B. 3. 8. heals old
sores by going down Into the blood and removing
the impurities und germs which are responsible for
the place. 6. 8. 8. thoroughly purifies the circula
tion and in this way destroys the source of every
chronic ulcer. In addition to. ourifvlntf the blood
Matters of Importance to Be
Discussed at uatnering or.
Republican County Or
ganization Ootober 14th.
Thcro will bo a mcotlng of Uto
iloruallllo County Hepubllcan Contnvl
committee nt Its headquarters on 21C
Cenerul avenue, Albuquoniue, N. M.(
on the lllh day of October, 1013, nt
'2 p. in. All tho inembors aro re
quested to be present, as there will
be many matters of Importance to M
discussed with tho chairman ot tho
Hlnte Cenerul committee, and also to
outline the proper method of run
ning the campaign.
Nt) PHOXIHS WILD UK ALLOWHD.
. UliKISC.O IIAHA,
Chairman llcrnullllo County Itcpubll
inn Ce'ttrnl Conunlttce.
N'USTnlt MtiNTttYA, Secretary.
The best there Is In bedroom, din
ing room und library furniture at Al
bert Kubcr's, :ios West Central. Adv.
Obey That Impulse;
Don't Delay Any
Open n Savings Ac'nunt In your
"wit iiunio toduy, Tho man vvllli
u miii Savings Account to his
credit Is tho man who will suo
cvod ho Is ready to meet op
pnrttmlty ul all iIiiich.
Airottntri can Ixt utartctl nt
this bank with any amount front
91.0(1 up. Deposit can lw nnulo
at any time. Call and let us ex
plain, or write us.
This Bank Offers
SAFETY, SECURITY, .
Hurp'us . .
FIRST SAVINGS BANK
& TRUST GO,
Located in First National Hank
OVKS PAY DAVH XJSTlh B
O UIXOK, 1. St.
Wo carry tho best mil Urn.
Our slocU Is the largest. Oar
prices urn lowest. Wo lutvo
Hold and MHIsHcd over nun
thousand well Known cltDcns o.
TIicmo tiro itrgiuucnls that wo
Ih'IIovo will iipiMiil lit mid con
vliico ovtiry prohpcctlvu pluiio
to see and hear our
pianos before buy
206 W. Gold Ave.
Albuquerque, H. !H.
I vera iT .t v
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FreBlt White Bran deli?orA te, 1
any part ot tHe olty--lii5