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TnEEVEftlKQirEItAtD, AIBTTOTTntQUT., IT. 11, TUESDAY, TJARCIT 3, 1914
ARTESIA TO SET THE ALL CLOGGED UP?
Today's Live News of the Sunshine State
PACE il!IC HERE'S QUICK RELIEF
Extensive Development Under
the Project Planned for
this Spring Acreage Large
THREE HUNDRED TONS
OF FERTILIZER USED
Valuable Guano Beds in Lower
Pecos Valley will te Devel
oped on Commercial Scale
(Pgeetal feres Iterate!
Curlsbad. N M.. March ). The
Past winter ha Win h buy one f"'
farmer under the Carlsloid irrigation
project mill the com tug spring prom-
tu lx the moat active in the hli
l.iry of Ih'J district. Tim farmer
line learned u lesson thut It pn to
plow now iiml plow riKhi with big
plows and heavy team. Much of
the limd now blng turned wMI be
planted In ofn, cotton and other
field crop. Koine land will also "
liu (i airnlfii thie aitrhiK. though fall
planting la the usual thing.
The reclamation service la con
creting iwii miles of lha aotith canal
west of liCivliiK and employing muny
men am) teams. In fnrlBhnd murh
building t In pror'c,
Tli' lUrroun lamd .'oinpniy la
nuking a topographical survey of
Ita big farm vast of Loving and u
anon u tln la completed, extensive
Improvements will begin. W. II.
Iliirrimn ai'iiilr'd thie (arm lust full
after a. most careful Investigation by
engineers a to the probable amount
required In Improve, it. They act
lUo.llllll at the Hinount needed In put
it In paying condition. It will tak
about two yeara lu carry out tha
plana. ljit fall several hundred
acre wore planted to alfalfa. A lot
of reentered Tiuroe-Jerscy hog have
been bought and tne place la al
ready gwurtnlng with little red pig.
3110 Ton of 11'Hlllwr.
Another Very promising thlntc In
development la the Fart that Carl
bad prnjt-rt farmer are buying and
npplyitiK fertlliaera on large scale. 1
About Jn, ton at 1 per rent acid
phophute' hna already been bought
and much ol It delivered. Thla niealia
that l.tiio) aire of alfalfa will be
treated I hit sprlug. Mr. Freeman.
ho la really the man that flnulij
convinced the farmer tout II pnys,
Kay that muny farmer will duplicate
their nrd't-a by June. Aa fur s he
bust been able to learn additional
shipment for spring use inuy be
made. nut of the present order,
l-bniit Hire.- cura go lo Malaga, four
li. I .o vine, five to ntla and throe lo
Carlsbad. In car Iota the price I
f IK Co a ton lit aiicr-i and IIS In bulk,
I'ellvered here. The American peo
ple nre alow to learn that it pay In
fertilise. In Kurope the leaaona ha
been learned well, because land he
lume high and t became nwcury
ejo crowd H for profits. Irrlgnted
land, properly fertir.xeo. ran pro
duce wonderful cropa under the fa
vorable i limatlc ronditlona of tha re
run vajley. The farmers In the Carla-
ACHES AtlD PAWS
Have All Gone Since Taking
Lydia. E. Pinkham'a Veg
Terr Hill, Pa. "Kindly permit
to pva yoo my trttimoniaJ in for of
, Ldi t. 1'mkham
pound. Vi ben I Drat
began taking it 1
waa Buff ring' from
female trouble fur
ome time and ba1
almoct ai! kind of
ache pe-ina in low
er part of back and
in aide, and press
ing down pain. I
could not aleep and
had no appetite. Since 1 have taken
Lydia E. I'inkham'a VegeUblo Com
pound the ache and pain are all gone
and I feci like a new woman. I cannot
pralae your moUicine tooblfe'hly." iir.
AuousTtis Lyon, Terre Hill, Pa.
It I true that nature and a woman's
Work ha produced the grandest remedy
fur woman' ill that the world ha
ever known. Krom the roota and
herb of the field, Lydia E. I'lnLham,
forty year ago, gave to womankind
a remedy for their peculiar ill which
haa proved more efficacious than any
titker combination of drug ever eom-poundi-d,
and today I.ydta & I'lnWhanj'
VcgnUbie Compound is recognised
from coaat to coait a the BUOdard
remedy fur woman's ill.
In the Plnkham Laboratory at Lynn.
Ma., are flic containing hundreds of
thouttand of letlnr from women seek
ing heultn many of them openly Ut
over theirown iirritures that they have
refained their healUl by Using Lydia
K. I'uikharu's Vegetable Compound;
and in aonte caaea that it ha saved tbaia
rum surfitaj ojajraliuna.
bad district are learning the Irswon.
The Hanla Ke railway appreciate
the value of fertlliaera and haa made
a remarkable low rate Into the I'eco
valley from Kanaaa City. 81. l-oul.
New tuicnn and Mem phi.
Tit Isrvrlnp l.uaiMi lied.
Important development are ex
pected In the guano fields ulh of
town. There are aeveral rich cave
with a radius of 30 mile of Carls
bad. n the hill wet of town, from
which thouaand of tuna nf ferllllaer
have been ahipped. New capital hus
been gecured . to develop tha cave
and work on a big scale la x pi-vied
to begin ahortly.
Interesting Contest Planned
by Business Men to Encour
age Irrigation by Pumping.
(Special Crreeeeee te the Herat
Alamogordo, X. M., Feb. At a
well attended meeting of the Cummer.
cial club thla week it was determined
lu Inaugurate a furm coulee! In Otero
.ounty. offering jubetantbil prtiea for
the beat reulla. Th cunteat will be
limited to uera of well for irrigation.
There will alo be a aepurate contest
for thoae using irrigation water aalde
from that from well.
Tho eie of ground ued in either
contra will be at least onu acre and
all In one truct for each contestant.
tach man entered muy use his own
method of Irrigation and cultivation.
The only conuition ahull be I hut In the
pumping plant demonstration water
for irrigation must tome riiim well
In both contest all crop must hitve
been atarted thla jear.
Judge will be appointed by tha
Commercial i. lull to liuiuet I each tract
and a'or th diflvrent contestant at
leaat once a inunth. I
Contestant will be allowed to sell
or retain all pruduc and thla contest
will in no way Interfere with the regu
lar cultivation of their ground.
Contestant will be asked to keep
account of all com a and returns on nil
produce raised, aa I hi will enable th
club to determine which are the mult
profitable cropa fur thla locality.
It la suggested that at leaat flv
different product be planted on each
tract, aa the grenter the number of
cropa aucceafulljr raiaed the better
the demonetratlon will be.
, tullbur I'll gardtp truck or forage
cropa or both may be tried out on
this aire Krult tree may uleo be
grown on this aire tract but they
alone 'will nut acoi in this contest.
Kvery owner of a pumping outfit
or acre trait la urged to enter this
contest, slake off hi demonniration
trai l, prepare the ground and decide
on whut product will be planted.
Whether or not they win a nrl
tl r furm will benefit ve;y much by
su. .) a deiuonotrulion and will receive
considerable advcrtiing aa tgr contest
At least 1300 will be offered by the
Commercial dub In prise money.
n hundred dollars for best dem
onstration on an acre Irrigated by well
tine hundred dollars for best dem-
noniral.on on an acre Irrigated from
ditch or flood water and one hundred
dollar for the best exhibit of a vari
ety of products raiaed liy any contest
ant within ten mile of sjumogordu.
regardless of method of IrrlKutlon.
Ilatv lunan ltus Time) Home.
August Itlihter, who recently re
moved from Jordnntown, Tis to Al-
amogordo to Improve hi ranch of It!)
acres, has bought the residence of Dr.
c- II. Jurvls on Michigan avenue, .be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth
street. The consideration waa IMu.
Mr. Aiinrd and family will reside In
Alamogordo, while the eon aad hla
family will live on th ranch, which
Is located on the 1 Lu houlctard,
about a mile north of Alamogordo
sir. Itli hter Intends to put all of the
140 ai re Into cultivation lust a ran-
Idly aa possible, lie is now milking
plans lo have a well put down and
will InMall the most modern and pow
erful of pumping plant. J. H. Klcan
handled the transaction which Mr.
It b luer.
TennesNoeen tiny llanch.
A. II. Koae of Mt kenx'e. Teiin.. has
bout hi the five acres of improved
lund on the J. K. Mcdonald tract, l
mg southwest of Tom lloatnghl s
ranch, one mile and a half southwest
of Alamogordo. Mr. Itose la accom
(.an led by hia family and la now getting-
ready to mm out on to th
ranch, lie expect to grow fruit and
garden truck exclusively. He may
put down a well later, but for the
present he will use witter from the
Alamogordo Waterworks company.
Hi ranch la on the ditch, ao he can
get the overflow of water from the
liy reaervolr. Mr. Itose decided to
local here after he bud looked pruc
tbully all over the aouthweat. Mr.
Iloatright succeeded in bringing him
The following New Mexico poatmai
lera have been appointed:
Wallace Jonea. llurton. N. M.
Alice l Wingiite, liuyne. ... M.
Marcellua McCreary, Magdalcnu.
jttur route mall service in thla stale
na been discontinued as follows:
Klo I'ueblo lo I'enuik'o.
Masdalena to Frisco, Kud st Re
serve, omitting Frisco..
I-opold, tlrunt t'a. Mall to Hllver
i it y.
Habenlon, Lincoln Co., special. Mall
lo Whit Oak.
Henry hauls. I'll on tit.
ELECTRIC LlfiE TO
Only Right of Way Between
Artesia and Hope Now Said
to Stand in Way of Imme
WOULD OPEN UP CHEAT
Volunteers Called for to Help
Save Apple Crop in Case
Frost Hits the Pecos Valley.
(Speelal Cerrgawee Is Ihe erall
Itoswell, N. M , March I Hope
for the Immediule construction of
Ihe proposed Interurbun electrif line
conneitifig Itoswell with Cloudcroft
and Kl I'nso Is aroused by a letter
Just received from W. E. Carroll, one
of the promoters, by Secretary 8. H.
Tom of the local commercial club.
Mr. Carroll iat that the only thing
In the way f talking actual construe
lion 1 the difficulty In securing th
Artesla-llope right of way.
Mr. Carroll, who vtsited Itoswell
several month ago, I from Kprlng-
held. Mo., representing a group of
eastern capitalist Interested In the
deal. He is at present m New Mexi
co and la anxloua to close thing up
before returning east.
The Artesla-llope rlfiht of way sp-
pears to be tied up In a legal entan
glement, but was supposed to havt
been act tied befoie thla. The mutter
It la expected, will be adjusted In tha
local district couct within the next
lew week. A difference of liS.&OO
in tho estimate fit the value of the
right nf way between the town of
Hope and Arteslu la holding up lb"
conclusion of the negotiation. This
I the statement made by J C. Jonr,
one of the promoters.
Mr. Jope aa that Ihe owner of
Ihe land nre asking the aum of S 3 1 -CS0
for the rlhl of way between
Hope and Ariesla because considera
ble work nf grading already hus been
done. This grading was done some
time ago when It waa thought that
another proposed railroad would be
built. The right of way between
Cloudcroff ami Hope wag glv-n free
of charge by the owner of the land
na a bonus or encouragement to se
cure the building of the rood. The
promoter of Ihe present proposed
road have i.ff.'led fi.nnu for the
light of wny which I desired, letlv
lug n d.ffcrence of S2.5no between
the estimate of owners and prospec
tive buyer. t I Impossible to fore
tell the outcome of Ihe difference.
Iloeil rrohK'tir l'.p-icd.
Word ha been received that an eg.
pert rond engineer will go over the
Southern National highway from Han
'go. Oil., to Washington l. C,
with Col. Hell M. roinr. president
of the highway association, and a
noted magaxlne writer who will ac
Colonel f'ntier and party expert to
puss through Itonuell within a few
weeks, the trip having been delayed
owing to Ihe fund ta:rig short to
complete the trip.
The engineer will go over the road
to make auggcHlion. and endeavor
to line up Ihe counties and states
through which the highway traverses
lo flnlah up the links that need re
pairing and maintaining, with the aid
of federal fund.
Volunteer Hmudgr llrlgnrto.
Fruit trees are expected to bloom
early Ihia spring, and the orchurd
men have already begun to wonder If
the business men ure going lo help
them smudge tbi year, by organising
a "smudge pot ' rlgade.
The organisation was begun by busi
ness men four years ago, and many
rtMtieta huve come to make a simi
lar organisation for this spring to
ruise the temperature in the orchurd
when ihe mercury begins to crawl
down to the danger point.
The organisation is usually started
by this time, but has been delayed
I hi year, aa aeveral of the volunteer
turps hsve signified a desire not lo
leave the good warm lied In the wee
hour of the morning lo Joy ride out
to the farm for a two hours' shiver
and return hungry and dirty and be
gin the day's work right sway.
IjisI year, not only employes, but
business men, were kind to the horti
culturist. Mnny a business man
went out In the early morning when
Ihe gun would warm things up sgaln
and the mercury would luke a hike
Measles in noswell.
There are now thirty-two rase of
measlee and five eases of scarlet fe
er under quarantine within the city.
Fwe cnnes of meaclea were placed
under quarantine Thursday. None of
Ihe ruses of scarlet fever re danger
ous In fact few of the patients having
this disease have suffered only from
ihe Inconvenence of quursntlne. The
u.euslcs sre very light.
For any pain. burn, eculd or bruise,
apply Ir. Thomas' K.-lectle on tb
household remedy. Two sixes X51
and bee at all drug stores
For a last, rail Ml Mauro. Phons IT.
10 lbs. wheat 1 to
loo Ilia, corn I.M
I Oil Iba. corn chop ., .&
I'hone 'a th driver.
PORTALES Oil THE
Industry Assured if Acreage
can be Guaranteed to Keep
it Running Big Acreage
( reels I rarreeseadeaee is Ike Heraldl
l'ortilles, X. M., Feb. 2S I'ortales
and the surrounding vlle can have
a canning factory for the nskiug. This
was mulls certain by"etler received
here during the paf"cck from a
compuny of large canning operator
who have been over the local Held
and who belicte they want a plant
The establishment of the plant
rest with the farmer of tbe shallow
water belt. If they will pledge a cer
tain number of acres to production
of canning products the plant will
rome In. The campaign to secure the
requisite acreage wilt begin at once.
f'ortatcs has Joined the hand of big
cantaloupe producers of New Mexico
snd will have probably the largest
acreage of any section of the stale In
melons this year. Two hundred snd
fifty acres are assured and ss market
ing contract have been made and the
ground Is ready the prospects for s
successful year are bright.
A large acreage also I being put In
onion here this season, being chiefly
the (lUnt Oibralter and Panla var
letiea for which there la strong de
mand from tha city retail merchant,
for table consumption.
teiMHl Farm Showing.
Mr. I C. Wymer, who farm the
old Walter Morria place, seven miles
northwest of town, waa ;n town this
week, Mr. Wymer ha Just finished
threshing hie alfalfa, which, he says,
made two and one-half bushel rf seed
to the acre which, at the prevailing
price, la enuivaletn to tl7.no per nrre.
In cash. He had twenty seres In this
patch, thus giving him t:40 for hi
twenty seres. Itealdes this seed crop,
he got two cutting of exceptionally
fine ha jr. about forty ton which, al
lowing $12 a ton for It, and that Is
13 per ton under the market price,
would add 14H0 to tha t40 received
for the seed, making a total of 1100
received In cnh value from this
twenty acre patch of slfalfa. No
yet. I thl all. Mr. Wymer pastured
this field to some extent, thus realis
ing the value of the feed saved by so
While there la no doubt but the
showing made Is a splendid one, yet
It should be remembered that this
waa Mr. Wymer first experience on
an irrigated farm, as It was. also. In
growing alfalfa. consequently, he
could not he expected to learn it all
In one season. There I every reason
to believe that he will m.ike even s
better thing out of it this year.
Mr. Wymer claim no speiiul exper
ience In farming, nearly all hi life
having been devoted to th breeding
of trotting horses, of which h. at
present, hus quite n string. In the
bunch ha na here is Hilverthorne, Jr.,
1 3 7 4 1 S ) probably the greatest aire and
Ihe best individual there la In the
stale. He also has, at hla former
home at Kureka, Kunaa, two more
sire who come from tha must Illus
trious sncestry and which have ful
filled every promise held out by their
loyal priMgtiltors. IP side Kllvcr-
home, Jr., Mr. Wymer has here sev-
ill fillies that sre calculated to give
keen competition wherever they may
be shown. Mr. Wymer I. first of all.
a horseman, yet he hus no reason to
complain of hla first year'a exper
ience on an Irrigated farm In the
I'ortMlea valley of New Mexico.
'oinr"n'ial Club IHisy.
Th Commercial club here la allow
ing marked eigne of re'iewed activity.
Weekly meetings nuve b, en held for
several weeks pest which hsve been
Dr. W. H. Patterson has been BP
pointed county health o Ulcer fur the
cur 1H by the board of county
commissioners. An election for Jus
tice of the peace and constable, ha
been called in precln. I Is for March
To Investigate Kiln,
W. O. old bain, O. M. Williamson,
Cnrl Johnson, Harry lluchnnan, and
(leorga Hmllh left today tor Hereford.
Texas where they will spend Hunduy
Investigating silos In ue In that vicin
ity. All of these geiiHemen In adJI
lion to their husinew interests, or
farmer and land owners and are go
ing to Install alios h. fore the sum
mer. It Is a purl of Hie permanent
development of the I'ortule valley
and these men are determined to get
the belt on th market. ,
LAS CRUCES SALOONS
MUST CLOSE AT 9:30
ftpwetal rraa MeraMI
lata Crucea. N. M . Match J. l-a
Crucea now eel the pace for New
Mexico In the mutter i f saloon regu
lation. All saloon on and aftee
April 14th. when the present license
expire, must close at t:30. This I
one of the regulating provisions of
tho latest saloon goern!ng ordinance.
In the recent wet-dry election th
margin for the "wet' waa very close
slid It la recognised that strict regu
lation of the liquor pl.o ee Is demand
ed by a large malot.lv of the people.
IIumIim-m Men's l.uiKil Today.
The regular huslii'SH men lunch
will be. held tomorrow at noon In the
Mitchell building and the speakers
expected are J. A. Kmlth and Attor
ney 7-sch Cobb, of li I'ao. collec
tor of Internal revenue at tha I'aaS
City. These luncheon hsve become
s fixed Institution and have proven
very sut-eful In bringing the busi
ness men and fanner of the vulley
Four Hundred Acres of Melons
to be Grown this Season
Baptist Church to Take
eeHal rrreseaeare to tbe Herald 1
Arteslu, N. M , March I. Four
hundred aires of 1'ecns valley ennui
loupe, standard of the world, will bo
grown In the Arteslu district In 114.
1. 1st have not been rccckved from
Lukewoud, layton, Lake Arthur and
Itoswell, where large acreages have
l.eon oennri. All will ah 1 11 toaether.
The valley grower will be their own
shippers from here on out t ruicn
fia.1.1 A Woolfolk. who bundled las'
ii'ur'i business with such admirable
success thut the growers were left in
l on melons that topped th"
w rld'a market, will not have a look
In. rn the whole, it look an though
the melon grower of the I'eco val
ley have cut their eye teeth, and
We seriously believe that untoward
influences from tho vicinity or Itocky
Ford. Colo., have been Instrumental
In holding down th success the I'e-
cos valley melon deserved. Always
Artesia melons huve brought higner
prices than Itocky Ford's choicest
.m.lnef AlwnvB hnv. Artpsta grow
ers had the hook thrown Into them
when settlement day arrived.
Now. the melon will be grown.
Picked nd marketed all by I'eco
alley men. Headquurter will be
maintained at Itoswell, and field
agents will dot the valley.
n. itist mi'iM 11 to
TAKK IHF.lt f'OI.IJ'..F.
The Western college property here
has been leased by the Haptlst
church, ond a Ibiptlst rollege will be
opened next September. The lease
for the property was closed bid ween
lesding members of the church and
j-e A. Phillips, vice pri-aldctit of the
1'ni'tric Mutual Life insurance com
pany, which came into control of the
property through the foreclosure of
a mortgage. The l"nse. II I salil
carrle with It an option permitting
the ll.iptlHls in purchase the prop
erty any time within the next year.
Immediate steps will be taken to
taise funds for the opening and sup
port of the rollege by Ihe ftaptlst
of New Mexico and west Texas, ltev.
T. Taylor of Union. I expected lo
direct the campaign for the financ
ing of the Institution, acting in hi
apaclty n president of the Itnpllst
educational board of New Mexico.
ARE WORKING AT
Looking Over District Ex
cite Lively Curiosity -Streets
to be Lighted.
Special Crrseadeee the Meraldl
Wagon Mound, N. M., Feb. 8.
Lively Interest hu been wakened her
by ihe presence of a number of men
who have been making quiet investi
gation as to lund ownership in a
nearby district where Indication of
ull have been recognised for some
time. While these Indication have
been recognised by loiul people, there
bus never been sufllcient local cupital
avuiluble for prospecting, and the
presence of these turn la followed by
a well defined rumor that drilling is
to be done.
Wugun Mound business men In a
couple of hours' cuiivuMs this week
raised suflicleiity money on pledges tu
purchase unil mulntuin a set of street
light for Ihe main street, an Im
provement that has been badly need
ed. The Mora county board of auper-
CtoH t I.Ciji Dai
Every Woman Casts Loving? Ctance s
tke Nestluig Cuddled in U BiauMt
A woman's b-srt naturally reapuad te
the rbsiu and wwto- of a pri'lijr child,
aad noire so to-day than erer befucs slue
tbe sdveot of Mother's Friend.
'I his Is l. -ct wonderful external btp
lu tin Biiiscle and leoiJi.ua. It i-u. lran-s
th tissues, Biske tli.iu pliant to resilliy
Ibid lu aspire deuiand fur f itiaual.-a.
BO there I D ledger period Of pilIU, dla-
eiMHfort, si raining, nsiisea or otlur symp
toms su oftca uiatressiug durtug tk guilt!
Weeks of expectant y.
Molhor's crleiiil prefHire til STatem (Vr
the coining emit, sui lla uae bring c.
fort, r-t snd riMMH iiuriug tti term. Ihia
lias a Uloet fuaiki'd llillucst-e uon the batty,
Sllo-e It thus Inlierlla aplfntlut gr.tajlug
aini of neeri-s and dig-ative li,iifti..a.
And isrilcuiarl to yt.nug niothrra I till
fsnotus reiiu-tjy of laeaiiuistti villa. It
eeattie her lo prea,re her b-e li 0 ami
sirvuitih. and she reuisius a pretty oiutiir
bf uali' attiided ail th- auOt'ring snd
danger liist soaild etht-rwls.. st-tiatuiiiy
e h a iMcvsiun. M.lli-r s Kri-nd luta
otinttl lubritsie eveijt o.-rve, t-utt.ia snd
aula le lnvelv.1 snq is a sure prvvsnlive
tor rkliii( of th hrt.la.
You will tin J thla apleadlit ree.eily on
sale st si drug sierm at II IHl U.ltle,
Bud la hltflitv rt-.H einWtl f.r the oiirii.w,
W rite llrattlleltt It-" I I T I . . I ll luial
llltls , Allaitla. I.s , su.l lb, e III ohiiI ..u
staled, s very Lwiruillv gvuk fwt tKW
simple HTrMsljr to Cih-tc.1 imll
IMttloit Itefore It Itecunt1
Very few people go through life
without tune time or other being
troubled with constipation. Thous
ands Injnre themselves by the use of
strong cathartics, salts, mlncrii' wait
er, pills snd similar things. Thev
have temporary Value In some case.
It is true, but the good cn"el Is soon
lost, und the more one t ike nf them
the ! effective they become.
A physic or purgative Is seldom n-f.
e soars', and much better and more
permanent result run be obtained by
using a sclent i tic remedy like Ur
Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin, it doe not
hide behind a high sninding name,
but la what It I represented to he, n
mild laxative medicine. It Is so mild
that thousand of mother give It to
tiny Infants, and yet It Is so com
pounded, and contain such ddlnite
Ingredlenta that it will huve eou.ill.v
good effect when used by a person suf
fering from the worst chronic con
st, pat Ion. In Tart, among the great
est en dor sirs of Syrup I'cpsin are eld
erly people who have sufTer d for
years and found nothing to benefit
them until they took "vrup I'epsln.
It I a fact that millions nf families
have fir. Cnldwell a Hyrup lepln con
stantly in tho house, home like those
ol Mr. II. W. Fenstermnker. Htegfrled.
I'a. He say he bus hud wonderful
result from Ihe use of Hr. Caldwell'
Syrup I'epsln, that. In fact, he hu
never found a remedy an good, and he
la glut! to recnmmrnd It. The special
value of thla grand laxative tonic I
visors haa appointed a board of view
ers tu Investigate the road scross Ued
river at the Md'rystal crossing In re
sponse to a petition to have a public
highway established on the old toll
road. K. A. Hoy, F. 8. llrown and
Juan Deninlu Mures were appointed
on tha board.
TO BE BUILT Ofl
Forest Service will Build Road
to Mountain Top 12,000
Feet High Burglary at
fSseetal rerreaemakee te tie Herald
CurrlxoBo, N. M., Murch I. tine of
the most interesting road In the
statu, or for that mutter In the whol
southwest, i lo be built by the for
est service, and will reach the very
lop of Mount Ituldy, the highest peak
in the great White Mountain range.
A permanent lookout stntlon will be
atubllHhed thcr, the -ocutlng giving
il complete View of the whole Lincoln
tnttonal roresl. The view from thl
point la magnificent, giving a rang
of fully K'i mile rtnd bringing AI
buiuertii Into view with a good
glass. The forest road will cotineii
with the Ituldoso rood, purl of tha
proposed national highway and Itor
lerland route. The construction In
volves no very sci foils engineering
difficult le In spite of the Ilf.uuu feet
SERVICE AND SOLIDITY
The Banking Requisites
THE satisfactory lank-the only bank which
can be of real benefit lo the business pub.
lie is that which, while assuring absolute se
curity, is prepared to give expert and courteous
service not only to depositors but to the public
The success of the STATE NATIONAL BANK
Las been built upon this winning combination of
Service and Solidity.
Your account is solicited. '.
State National Bank
OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. H.
9 . liLs.uM MBasaoikKflSft
Mil. II. V. KFAHTKItM iKK.lt
that It I atilted to Ihe needs of every
n.emliT nf the f.imlly. It la pleasant,
lusting, mild und non-grlplng. I'nlik
harsh physics, it works gradually and
In a very brief time Ihe stomach and
bowel in uncle do their work natural
ly again, when all medicines can be
Toil can obtain a bottle at any drug
tore for fifty cent or one dollar. The
latter else I usually bought by fum
lles who already know Ita value. He
suit are alwuta guaranteed or money
will b refunded.
Families wishing to try a free sam
ple bottla can obtain It postpaid by
addressing Ur. W. It. Caldwell. 41
Washington ft.. Monticello. III. A
postal enrd with your name snd ad
dress on It will do.
Ilorglary al Carrisoxo.
The general merchandise stors of
Zlegler Pros., waa entered by burg
lar between the hour of 1 snd 1
o'clock Thiirduy morning and about
30A or Hl'il worth of merchandise
atolen. The booty consisted chiefly
of clothing snd shoes. No cssh ws
An election of school directors whl
be held In each schoci district In Lin
coln county Mondry. April tilt.
According to a tahu:ated statement
I) sued by Secretary of State Lucent
Lincoln countv hu forty-six lomo
bllee. being the eleventh county la
the slate aa to point of number In
Itching, bleeding, porlrtnUng or
blind pile have yielded to Imun
Ointment. C0c at till mre.
Adjustable canvas shields hv
leeii invented for protecting freshly
transplanted treeB from ton mitt h
Plate of fihln, I
City nf Toledo, ) ss.
Lucas County.- I
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney a Co., doing business In
the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that sold firm will p.
the sum of f INK Hl'NDItFD HOL
LA UK for e.-rh and every cose of
Catarrh that cannot lie cured bv 'he
use of HALL'S CATAKHH CIMIK.
FHANK II. CHF.NKT.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this th duy of ie
cember, A. I. isiifl.
(Seal) A.W. fJLKASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Inter
nally and ik t directlv upon Ihe
blood and inucoti sinf.K-es of th
system. Kend for tCHtimoiilal. free.
F. J rilKNKY A Ci.. Toledo, t).
Sold by nil Iuugglst. 7'ic.
Take llull'a Vamlly. Tills for con