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OT-mwua mnAm wmv' ovmm l,
The People Who Cin L
Thanksgiving Day han n npeelol significance for those
who have tuuiulred thn bank-ocoount habit (or lhoc who
have learned tho cohventenco and usefulnei (if n check
ing nccount In thin bank.
Our depositors aro made- to feel at Thanksgiving
time nil throughout the yearthat we take a personal
Interest In them that wo loii no opportunity to rentier
thn vnlunblo huslne- ndvlrn and ns-I-tanco.
Our doposltora know, too, that their funda are ab
solutely aecur0 In a bank like tho .State National a bonk
which, because It enjoy public confidence, lion grown
fnaler than any other financial Institution In New Mexico.
Don't lot Thanksgiving come around again without
opening nn nrcount lit thU Imnk. Why not auk u about
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
If. 8. Dopn-Jtnry.
Two Hundred Pound Lobo Is
Killed in Chaves County
With 30-30 Fired From Seat
Iloswi.ll, ,. . Nov. 1.?. 15. Scott,
who rc.ildc tit l.uhbock, Texan, but
whoie avocation of atock broker calbi
him to nil parU of the plaltiH coiiu
tr in eastern New Mexico and west
ern Texas, was In the city yesterday,
and Incidentally exhibited to hifl
friends tho hide of a lhrK lobo Wolf
which ln killed near tho lirowuliiK
r..iich In the .-a Mem part of thin
county, whlln on ruulo tn ItoHwell. Mr.
Scott wan drlvltiR in nlfl nutomobllu
at t lit time tho lobo wan Intercepted.
.Mr. Wolf had Jimt devoured the choice
cutH or hoiiiu ninchiT b youiiK while
tiucd calf, and una Hlandlnir on a lit
tlo eminence overlooklriK tho ruinalna
and keeping n nharp lookout for In
trudura. Mr. Scott nlhtcd the mur
dercr, und drawlnt' Ilia 30-30 sent a
death., den pellet ut the hcaal while
IiIh car wan In motion. Tho . bullet
look effect In tho wolf's lower Jaw,
breuklntc the member. After roiling
OF FIVE WOMEN
Proves That Lydim E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound Is Reliable,
Recdvllle, Ore. "I can truly recom
mend Lydla E. Pnkham's Vegeabl
Compound to nil woman who are pasting
through the Chacge of Life, as it made
me a wen woman aiier
auffortng three yeaw."
-Mr. MARY iJOOART,
New Orleans, La.
V.When passing through
tho Chans of Lif I was
troubled Vlth hot flashes.
ak and dltay spells ana
backache. I waa not fit for
anything until I took Ly
dla E. Pjnkham'a Vege
table Compound which
nrovod-worlh ita weight
In gold to me. "-Mrs. Gas
TON BLOKDBAU, 1641 Fo-
lymnla St, New Orleans.
men passinff through the
Change of Life can take
nothing better than Lydla
B. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound. I am recom
because of what it has
done for me."-Mrs.CHA8.
BAUVR, 623 B. Marion 8t ,
Alton Station, Ky. -'J Fcr
montiis I Buffered from
troubles in conseqeence of
my age and thought I
could not live. . Lydla ,&
Compound made me well
Mtt I want other sufTerlna?
women to know about t "
DmJi I was i pasaing
ttecwACiiite t Lifaiawi felt very
bad3l mM tMt ris aad wm Very.
and I vrouJd Bt U witSaut It" Mrs.
V. M. TH0K. flWc Ktf, Dak.
IKpoAtUiry Kauta FV n. R.
over Hcverul time, tho wolf reeulneil
hLi feet ami started to hlk urro.i the
lundncapo with tho uuto In hot pur
nult. After ii race of soma 30.0 yards.
Mr. Kcott flnully not within range or
tho animal and taklnir hurried aim.
Kent ii bullet Just behind tho nhouldcr
of the wolf which, ended hin early ex
istence and removed another poiedblo
avenue of death from tho feMlvo
younn bovlrien which roam tho great
free open rnnj-o at will.
.Mr. Scott and companion endeavor,
ed to carry tho dead wolf to the near
by uuto, hut the -'H) odd uvolrdupoN
ut.m Inn much fnr thn Inrn Tin. mil-
ShjI whh invented of hin coat, which
l ntaeauttfiit upeclmrn, and will be
fent b?rAlr. Scott to A taxldermlut at
('arlsbuuVwIiri Ih mild to pownna extra
ordinary nklll in mounting the nklnt
LOVING CUP PEE9ENTED
TO GRAND COMMANDER
Itoawell, N. M.. Nor. 17. At a con
clav of tiio Oraiid Commapdery held
at tho Mn-ohlc Temple laat night.
Captain Jo-on W. Jutnen presented m
huud-omo loving cup to (tight .Emi
nent Grand Commiinder J. W. WIIUuu.
who received It for the Grand Com
mundery, with a very appropriate ad
dreaa. The cup wum then preaented tn
tho lllcht Hmlneut Commander Sir
Knight John II. Jenkins of ltlo Hondo
Commandory No. (J, who received It
In behalf of the aubordlnute commun
derlea, und In a JlttlUK uddresa ex
pressed the hopo that ltlo Hondo
Cnmmandcry would ho the Urnt huI
ordinate lodge to win the trophy.
Sir Knight K. A. Cahoon then ad
drewed the commiindnry and reviowed
tho work which haa been diligently
executed by Hlr Knight Jumna during
hlN connection with ltlo Hondo Com
mander, which duted iih a charter
member of the lodge. Tho apt-uWrr In
passing u titling eulogy on the faith
ful Ktewardahlp of Captain Jumto
huld thut It wum largely through th
Influence of tho esteemed Sir Knlgnt
that the local commandery waa re
viewed and IiIh Interest and teal In
the brund commandery of Now Mex
ico' waa held up nn an example worthy
hlr Knight I'oo followed In a woll
nronurcd tribute ulotig Iho lines of tho
wirly pioneer work of Captuln James
In linlinlf nf tin, orUIT. UIW wim iui-
lowed by Hlr Knight Htnkle, one of
lli nhnrlur inellllmrtl Of tllO COIlllllUn-
dery who spoko In behulf of the eurly
"biaiera or tiio trau.
Orund tienlor Warden lUlph M.
Parson's In an addrras thunked Hlr
Knight Jamea for his magnificent gift
In behulf of th. grand commandery
of New Mexico. ,
Theao addriMwea wrn followed by
an clegunt banqdet und smoker.
"My child wa burned terribly
about the face, neck and chest. I ap
plied Vr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. The1
poln ceased, ond the child sank Into
a restful sleep." Mrs. Nuncy M. liun
con, Hamburg, N. V. Adv. i
Wife -Be sure to advertise for
Fldo in the morning papnra-
Net day the wife rcaa as ionow
In tt nAttra-mntfra!
"Lost A mangy lopdo with one hjofl, 18.000 young men were reject
eye and no tall. Too fat to walk, fta f0r ull causea and 1,000 were re.
Answers to the name of Kldo. If re fUlie(j mistmcnl on account of bud
turned stuffed JIG reward." Tit- tTOu, 0ne.
nils, Home time ago ut tho tuheroulosis
oonventlori at Washington, the cole
FJeMau, bfuled Dr. Dunn of Uoslon atutod
Vfra -elnl.lai Oi SUV that Mil. that thn trirrlhtii white DlUgUO In-
Neadrloh Unbecoming more popular
Mra. Dimple' Ves, Indeed! you
uttniiiit hntM uin tmw mortified alia
wai V wMId upo when ehe learned
thut hiiv htniiani! owned common
stock MA rallroBd.fWllH., .
New plqturea Paatlmo nd Cryatal.
Tlu-illlnj lUco Sccno In "Ola Kca luclcj" At Elks' Theat Vonlfiht,
"In Old Kentucky," Romance
of the Blue Grass Makes
Strong Appeal to All Glasses
"In OM Kentucky." whkii rmnn to
the i:ikn" theater tonight for a hiugln
performance, rfqulrfn no lengthy in
troduction to playgoers nr thlK city.
For many yearn, iIiin romantic tltama
of tho blue-grass state him he'en a.
regulur vlHllor nml him always been
warmly received everywhere Tho
fact that It him held thn tmiirOn yeaf
ufler yt-nr for twenty yearn, dcapltn
tliii opposition of counter attraction
Dental Education in
I'uMi' li W. .1. AmihtrouKi Vlco I'WNldent of Now Mexico Dental
A'-moHiiUoii llelorc Mntlieff' Soclcl.v In IIommcII.
It haa I en said that the nuiNt lin
portunt epoch In the life of an Indi
vidual Ih the IliHt HiiVi-n yearH of ex
hitence. TIiIk Ih the period when Ian
lug liiipi iklmiH are luade which
mould and hha. the heltii; phyHlcally,
iiHiiilully nnil moiully, fur all lipe to
Th,. IliOMt luplil lueleiihe of he lil'alll
In Nlllil tn lake place lielore 1 1 fii'V
elilh year. The emwii'i til tin- pei
inaiielit leelh are In NliiiullalleiiiiH tt -velopment.
llo, ilmn can we expect
other than de astatlun If ivo ncRlecL
th;. enro of nur' clilldruu llniiuiihout
l Din llilpiirtanl hIiik' '
We uro pavlnit i.iitirely loo Hide at
tention to ihlH linportam HUhJet t. I'ai
eutf do not undeiMand it. ihyltlaiiH
Ha..' little aliout it iilKt even the dentist
to u.ioi.i r Nlloiild uiitiiiiilly look lor
lUHtructlon In these uiatterN, many
tlincM fullK to appreciate the kiciii uood
that inlilhl rcbull by .t mini Hiokin
at thlH time.
Many tllaeunea enn he traeoil direct
ly oc Indirectly to defeetivo leelh.
AmoiiK aoino of tho dlHenaea thua
cuiiKeil or fHpeclally agura voted aro
neuralgia, headache, Indigestion, heart
trouble, enlarged irluudH of tho neck,
Mlh-iicute hlood ioIhoiiIiii; and various
neiMiiiK dlHordeiH, IncJudlnK eomu
ciihch of (.pllepny. With llieau facta
(ttailug un in Hit face, Ih It not time
thut parentH and mcIiooI authorliles
lake actlwt ineumircH to bring about
nroimr Inanectioii of children's teeth
and thua not only uvo the teeth and
much mirroring, hut evi.-n Uvea?
Them hlioutd certainly 1m no iUi h
lion In any or our inludH ol the no
ceaalty or minimllng denlnl ediidillou
in our public m-hdoa. -
Dr. Ilmwn or Clilcugo auy: "If the
mouths of tho children In our public
schools Could bo systematically oxnm
Ined by competont orsona and In
struction given with regard to tho In
telligent Use of brushes und antiseptic
solutions, the death rule of thla coun
try would be materially lessenrri'nnd
tlr peicetili.ge of IIIih'hn much redun
eel, and a alrongei and more vigorous
raco would result In conseiuoncu of
these prohylatlc meiwures." Whore
docs this learned man get such Ideua?
Hero aro aomo of the reuaona:
Kind. It wum round on uxatnlna
t'lnn that nurly eighty per cent of
tho children In Great Hrltnln'a Indus
trial ahoolM wer aufferlng from de
Hecond. Df. George W. Goolt, r'
portu after Investigation of 220 moutha
tuut 171 contained tho tubercular
germ, thereby allowing conclualvely
thut even the dreaded plague may
enter tho ayatem by way or decoyed
Third. In Oermuny, of 20,000
children between the ages of and
10 years, 90 per cent had dental
carle In uiarminK proportion.
Vourth. The report of the aurgeon
nrui of the United fitutea arm)
ahowH (hat In tho flacal yours 1U0D-
oreaaea from month to month ond
tintn vanr tn vnur. and that, In early
ife, tuberculosis does' not affect Iho
Uintti'nu it doea In the case of adults,
hut frequently reinftlns hidden In tho
int'vo'iii elunds of children) until an
nouttt form of tubercular meningitis
or pneumoula causes death. Chl
dren, he dooiortd, havo no power of
of later vintage, It nn unqualined en
daraement of Ho merit. "In Old Ken
tucky" la credited with being Anier
lea's most popular drama. It cer
tainly pouemva that indefluablo aome
thtnir that makes a dlatlnct and lad
ing appeal to alt classes of theater
goers. "Madge," the heroine, la hu
man In her unselfish love; "Joo
Lore." the inoonahlner, la a manly,
ndmlrablo character type: tho "Col
onel" U another true Kentucky pro
duct, gallant, brecsy and affable;
"L'nclo Neb" Is a typo of the nULtlma
nouthern darkey nervant, now about
iixtlnel; "Aunt Alathea" In a lovable1
eouthertt maiden lady, ptitned tho
prime- of life not tho ubuii! exagger
ated Mil n "old maid." "lrunU Lay
Him" In a Miilendld typo of an uprlnht
youiiK Kentucklnn; In t.wx, all tho
linrneterN Hhown In C. T. Duoy'
popular play oro well drawn and
oleutly dunned. "In Old Kentucky"
nun rapid action, excltluK epleoden, an
til yl tc loe loiniinee and lircxy hu
niur. and a Mtron. clenr-.tit alory.
Tho plekiinlnnle. and theie lire morn
tlir ii a Moore of them In the play, aro
an entertainment In tlienn-elven. They
nliiir. d.inee, p-rform on inimleal In
HlrumentH (u a complete brniw band)
and add n charactcrlstle southern lln
vor to the driniia.
the Public Schools
resistance nualnst nnute outbreaks, I
and he also i.alil this disease enters
the hndy through thn lungs, through
the intestines or through the tonsils
anil locates llseir In the gUlids. Ah
the mouth Is the very ihtrance to all
hcM passages, Is it not extremely
Important to hoth teach and main
tain oial tor mouth) ' 'hygiene and
llleleliy Miuilil the Hales of niluilsslou
ullil lesxen the HllhtCitllilllll by ll-
ilm iui: the eiuinues ni direction?
The plolilelil or eilociltlllK Die
school i lillili'eti to Ihe necessity or
oral hygiene and thu euro of the
teeth Is a hard one, hut It tin ro bo
Ich talk about kcepluir tho nchonl
room mote nillaled and inure at
tention he paid lo Ihe eleallllliesn ill
the mouths, the nlr In these rooms
would 1 1 tt heroine vitiated ,ai speed
ily an to I ill I constant opoiilllif
and shuiiiiiK ol wintlown, truu God a
air Is pure and eheap and wo want
lots ol' It, Ii ut I tloabt whether It gets
Into the lungs iih pure iih it wua In
tended It should when it has to pans
through such tonl months.
1 way this Is a hard problem, and
there are i.iany reasuna why It la
hard, some ol which me carelessness
on the pint o parcntn, school au
thorities and teacheiN, und a lack of
interest on the pail ol children them
selves. Hut theie are two oilier rea
sons, and heir Is one of them;
There ate more Ihall ID, 000 nu-
tlents treated aiiim.illy at the duutul
clinic ol the ('diversity of Pennsyl
vania and u lurge pi iportlon of theso
are school ehililieii between the ugea
ol' ii und t(i yniis Kxntnlniitlou of
tlieir mouths i.uel) dlncovora one
thut Is inainlaliieil in a fair stute of
cleanliness. V own or use a tooth
brush, and all ic'iutrc more or less
In the stale oi ,ew Vprk tho mo-
tropolls has a iiumtii'r nf cllnlca for
iho Indigent poor. Itoeheater has one.
In many states, New Joraey, Indiana,
Missouri, Iowa, .Mliuicsotu, Ocorgla,
Aiuhama, Washington and probubly
many outers, iiental examinations
have been muile m the public schools
and let us hope thai II will not stop
New pictures 1'aelitno and Crystut.
VICTIMS ASSURED RELIEF
On the subject of "Drink 'the great
clergyinun, Cardinal Munnerihg, up-
pronriiing niH eigniictn year, says:
"Though I luv0 kpown men and
women destroyed for alt manner of
reasons, yet I know of no caUio thut
affects man, womun,, child and home
with euch universality of steady power
aa Intoxicating drink."
Another great man, nt. Reverend
Monalgnnr Flavin, snysi "The Neal
Three-Day Drink Habit cure' Ja a
grand good Work and u groat benenb
Thla In substance Is the, testimony
of many thousands of meri arid wom
en of all classes who haVe received
or know of the bepellta ah;d'Yemark
able results of the Neal TT&trrient.
A personal call, li'iterrji'phpno to
the NWAL iMftTlVl-'TK, BmV.'Btover
avenue, Albuquerque, N. VfbV (hose
Interested lii this gmat stibfect W earn
estly invited. Kiill aiidciii4pie,te In
'formtttioo free. "I'hono JlVVW'
h'atabien In bnlnts In thle town I
Tor apme time, and we ara looaina io
build up trade by always advising our
, Go when w tell jrou that, we fcave
found the ecema ranted aa that we
aland back of It with the manufacturer n
Iron clad guarantee, baekea oy ovtrselTen
you can dapnd upon It that we atve our
advice not in ordtr to er.ll a faw bottle
of medicine to akin euffarers. but be
enufi we know how It will help our
buntneas If we help our patrons.
. We keep In atock and eelH, alt the wall
known akin reroMUa. tiut we wilt eay
thlMi it you are auRarlns from, any
ttnd of akin trouble, eciema. vMrlaaU,
ru-h or tetter, we want you to trjr.a-full
lie bottla of P. V. D. Preaorlptlon.
And, it U de not do lb work, thla
Enthusiastio Meeting: of Or
fjanization Yesterday a t
Which Mrs, J. A. Miller la
Tho rareutM-Tcachora CoOpera
the Association placed Ttncir on rec
ord yenterday afternoon an favoring
tho 1100,000 bond Ixaun ror tho ereo
tlnn of a new high school building
for AlhutUortUo. Tho members af
the association will mako an appeal
to tho votcru of Albu(iieriUo to cait
their ballotH ror tho bond utsue, be
cuuse it means, ir carried, not only
ii new high lu'hool litilldttiK but tho
relieving of the congested situation
In the lower grailen.
At the association meetliiK yenter
day alternoou thn terms of ofllcera
elected three mouths ago expired
and new otllcers were elected. Mrs.
John W. Wilson, president ror tho
lust tin co months, was not a candi
date tor r lection, declining- to
serve again because ol her many
duties as Male chairman ol the fed
eration of the various associations, in
New Mexico, a vote of thanks wua
extended to Mis. Wilson lor her val
uable work, iiiijI Mrs. J. A. Miller
was elected president, Mrs. Thoniaa
N. Wllkerson, first v;o president,
MIhh Wlnllred lllllyard, second vice
president. Mrs. II. p. WllllnmH sec-
retnry and .Mrs. I. Mauley trenaurer.
one of the most Important feu-
lures of the meeting yesterday after
noon was a deiinlte decision to dis
pense with tines. All paientH of pu
pils In school and all leathers ate
invited lo Jf In the association. The
association decided also lo purchase
a pli.no ror (he I'liiiilh Ward school,
to he iinid ror hy popular subscrip
tion. Any one who wishes tn inalie a
donation ror the piano nuiv do so
Mrs. '1'. 1, itnitN was iippolnteil in
lllianclal iiecielary In cure lor thn do
nations ror tho piano rand.
Alintinl lo Work for Hondo.
That tho graduates of tho Albu
iiieiiiie high nchool arc stnuiK ror
the rut lllriit lull ,, Hip prnpoMitl ilOO,
000 honil Isne. with which a new high
school building will he hullt, was In
dicated at n meeting or the alumni
association ol the A II. H last eve
ning. The meeting wiih l.eltl In the
Central building-. Iavld Itohinuahl
was sclcitcii iih temporary chairman
ami the Pillowing otllcers were elect
ed: IMiuiiud llosH, president: David
lloM-nwolil, nrst vice president; I'rcd
Calltlns, sectind vice president; Mary
Leeds secretary and treasurer. IOx
eoullve toiniulttee: Udmund Hoss,
Maiy l its. Grace Grimmer, Kdnn
Mcfhesney, Allele Gosh. The alltllllll
assoriiitiun win nt once begin a cam
piilKU to sec that nil (inalliled voters
at e propel tv registered ami will plan
to wni k on election day at in polls.
hlccvM Hcj-IiIk It,
"My ilauiihler alius said she
wouldn't marry any ordinary mini,"
Mild r-'.iriuor t'orntossel.
"Well, there ain't nothing extraor
dinary about the eer sllil gill,"
commented IiIh neighbor.
"That'a where yin:'re wrong. He's
the moat brilliant mid acciiinpllHhed
work-dodger In the cntlte county."
"I got a letter rroin my son at col
Writing ror money, eh?"
"I should say not. He's working
his way through college as it waiter
ami hciiiIh me his tips. 1'vo paid off
i no mni mag" anil now rm sturtlng
a i mm to uiiiiii a new hum."- Den
My Dr. w, Jf. IIAKlMl'H
Tho greuteat Tonic, Alteiatlve. Kx
poctoront and Tissue Hutlder in the
Tho rentilt of 31 ycura earnest study
and research of a prominent ethical
If you havo friends aufforlng nr oven
threatened with tuberculosis Un sure
to tell them to aond for freo booklet
on "Interesting Facta Concerning Tu
berculosis." and "How (o LlVe," u
muy bo tiio iiKiuiH of saving their
Wo will send you Cuso Heport to fill
out for our reyuiar Consulting- Physic.
Un to oxamliie and ho will forward
you his HiiitgcHtiiinH free,
Wrlto for testimouialH of prninlnont
Agents wanted In every locality, fipec
lot inducemonto to traveling men.
THE DR. W. H. BAKER CO,
ttl6 KlDiMxlrouw) Uuikllur.
ClOTClaaA m Ohio,
SWn Sntf erers '
.i. ii ivp.ir.i.i.Y co.
bottle wilt coat you nothlnt;,. Tou alone
Aeatn and ai aln we liave aen how n
trth.r"nSu"away the ItcnJ1 Ir
itantly. PAml the' "inwV.
D. 1). 1 l'r"crlnllon made by tbt
11. D. 1). l.r'.nrtoriCM of Chicago. Ii?
componed or ii. mot. Rlycnrlue, oil of
wlutariruru mid oilier lieallnc. eooUilnit,
cnollns ngredlintK. And It you are
just craxy with Melt, yon will feel
loothfd and cooled, Km itch nbnoliilely
waahed away the iiiunirlit you apiilli'd
una u. li u.
W lnivn tnsda fr.rt ftlihlis of not-
than oae family by rroinniandlni; tb'ti
remedy to a skin sufferer hero .a
mere onu we wain, yon in iry n uvw
on our potltlvo no-puy guarantee
Grading of Santa Ec Short
line Completed Into little
field; Track laying Begins
flectal Cerresaeiidtace ta the Rf raid
"ClovlsrN.M., Nov. 18. 0 radio
on the Texlco-Coleman cut-oft of tho
ftuntn Ko Is now completed Into Little
neld with tho exception of a few goP
and these' aro bolng closed up very
rapidly. Track laying will commence
out of Lubbock about tho first Of Jan
uary and should bo completed Into
Llttlefleld by tho first of April or
sooner, tho distance, being only thirty
nvo miles. Grading In also rapidly
under way along the lino from Little
field to Texlco. At tho rato work is
now progressing and with even reas
onable weather conditions tho entire
line should bo completed and ready
for ii regular train aorvlcn by the .
middle of sptlng. Thu road Will open
for Immediate Development one of tho
tlneat agricultural sections In the'
United motes, ciovls will certainly
receive aiUmitiiges from this road
that will helii its iluanclal standing
and Increasr hm population.
Mr. l.lnley ami Frank DiiughPoii,
Hheop owners itoiu .Melrose, were in
Ciovls the latter part of ibis wook on ,
their way home from Kansas City,
where they hail delivered sheep, and
Htoppcil over mi similar business here.
Mr. and Mrs. Dug Hammond went
to Melrose. While they wore called oil
account or the illness or Mr, Ham
mond's rather, who Is one or Iho old
est SeltlelH, llliviui; llvctl III IhlH Coull-
t and adufiilug totiutlcH for Ihe last
I.Weiilv veuiM. Very Utile hope in u
leltitllieil rot' his lerovAff.
Allien llartiiiaii has rnlurueil fiom
Hie Toielta hospllal, Where he Went
a few ilaH ago In have hlu tonsils re
moved II,. iHvet.v iiiurh Improveil.
Will Hiiiaiiinii m, ,i motorcycle
yesiertlay nci'lilentiilly ran Into a man
on a wheel. No otin was hurt but thu
wheel Wiih baillv lorn up.
Don't Negleot a Cold, Ely'n
Cream Balm Will Stop It
in the Sneezing Stage.
A cold generally attiickx ihe weak
est part, arructlng thn eyea and cms lu
sonic and producing naeal catarrh and
inroiit troubles In others, a cold la
dun to an Inflammation of thn mem
brane lining the air pas-ages, and may ,
lie ptomptly cured with a Utile lOly s 1
Cream Hal in, which Immdelatcly re-
lievis tlm inllammatlon and all thn
distressing symptoms, such aa sueex-
Inn. coughing, running at the unso and i
eyes, lloai srncHM, soro till on I, fever
ami headache. Gnu reason why I IiIh
pure, antiseptic llalm acls so rpilckly
is becuilHii II Ih applied directly lo tho
tender, sore Mtrfacee.
Kveii lu severe, chronic cases of
catarrh, Kly's Cream llalm never falls
to ipihkly and elfectlally cheek the
poisonous illschurgo which clogs the
hcud and tin oat. causing tho disgust
lug huwklng, aplttlng and blowing of
tho nose. This remedy not only driven
out tho disease, but heals and
Htrengthena tho weakened membranes,
thus ending cuturrh,
Catarrh Ih a II I thy, disgusting ills
uase. Don't put up with It unothor
duy. Get a GO cent bottle of Kly'M
Cream llalm from your druggist und
sen how (illicitly you will be relieved.
It ih perfectly harmless.
FT, SUMNER BUSINESS
MEN PLAN TO HAVE
MONTHLY TRADES DAY
Kori Kuinner. N. M.. Nov. 18. At
a very enthusiastic meeting of tho
business men of Kort Htimuut' at tho
Kli-ht National bank, at which II. It.
I'aisons was elected temporary chair
man and Hlmoii Kat. temporary sec
retary, It wiih decided lo have olio day
each inonthiiH a Irade or Hales day In
Kort Hu inner.
The olJccl or Tiiidn day Is for tho
lucrchunls to give extraordinary bur
gains In certain articles und adver
tise them tn bo sold nt burgaln prices
on this day; for tho peoplo for twonty
miles or moro to bring In anything
thoy havo to market; any animal, ve
hicle, household goods, etc., that thoy
,wat to dlaposQ of at uuqllnti or other
wjso. tiio rort Htimnor lioview ex
plains tho plan aa follows:
t)n thla one day of the month peo
pl frm ftll jjartg of ttfoouutry wilt
RAPID PROGRESS ON1
EASY AND SUflE WAY
II CUE COLDS
mett, otHe'rw-ft"o"il.H-rr, waoV
before aorrio man north of town lets)
to, ai'e somftrejjoiir whorok he la on aj
trade wltlU Wy ve4.oina dliUnc
In itnbther direction, u
Trade day will. be H tl- .benefit tn
nil tho dry farmers, the Irrlratetl
farmer-, na well aa the merchant!
and profea-lonat men. There will bo
buMneM for Iho auctioneer, for thn
hoteU, reatauranln, feed yards, blaok-
amltha and nil stores, and tho peoplo
of the country will be repaid In tho
rl obtain na well ao
,nTn at "omo croI' Btock' .t0'
and perhaps a locoed horse.
A good campaign button for Colonel
itnoaevelt would be a picture of Ana-
... , . . ..?- ntLi.
"""o In oil. St. Lou la aiobe4
NOV. 19, 1912
Mn A Dlnffwall'a Production of ilia
Mot lopuJas American Play I
Krcr WrittcQ. i
A Tlimi.U.VQ PIOTCnEBQTJK AND
HO.M.VNTIO tJTOTtY OF EtKN- ,
The Spirited and
Kiclllnc IJorw '
Hen lucky Titnr
Van of Ux Inim
nlo.i. Tho Strongest
nnil Mont Kx)mmi
aivo cast iha
May Ham JCror
Written by C. T. DAZF3V.
6 Kentucky Thoroughbred A
PICKANINNY BRASS BAND
l'jucicH 7.V, a i. tin, ijio.
SKATtf AT .MAl'ON'H.
Wo carry tho beat makes.
Our stiM'U Is tho larccet. Our
prices urn lowest. Wo liato
sold nnil HaUsflctl over otia
tlitiiiHJinil well known cltlieuM of
'i'J"nr'iS,nVtilrnha ttia'f wo"
bellovo will appeal tn mid con
vliico ovcry iirospoctlvo pluno
to see and hear our
pianos before buy
200 W. Gold Ave.
Albuquerque, N. M.
One Bottle $2.50
CTJitES IN & DAYS.
Thla modlulno made from 7J
dlrfereut room and grasses, col
looted' and boiled, Method:
Iteat medicine und apply where,
your rheumatism Is, Wrlto
soon. With first order, we five
away one bottle for each town
Tokio Druggist Co.
, P. 0. Box BBS. Vliono 103.
i Kimjrotan, Arizona,
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