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Tirssynmra ttthalp, alsttqutqus, it. n.t Saturday, MARcn 7, i9ii.
TODAY'S LIVE NEWS
OF SUNSHINE STATE
Twenty-Five Hundred Ears
Brought in by Curry County
Hunters as Result of Conv
BARTII OF ALBUQUERQUE
GIVES $10 PRIZE
pedal 'rrrtHHi4nra ! la tier Id
-'i.M. N. M.. Murch The Clo
Via Jootn.il' juckruhhit gcalu con
ic, t ii lit. What a aliiuuhtcr It
mind hue been! There were more
limn 1.250 sculps or 2,500 ear,
binimht lo tho Journal office ul noon
on lout Sututday when the "polla"
closed mid I hi- c ount begun.
J. J. Rrimden of Clovia. who pur
chased a new shotgun a lew weeks
uii'i tu k' in the game brought In
cv. rily 4 1 ." acalpa or 3) lac.krsbblt
mm which lie alone killed within a
iniltu of live m ilea of Clnvla In about
I. my dnH. Mr. Hrssdcn la a flanl
I'u emplcte and mvr!y anatchvd
ten- Ileum inili ttcfk to go out uflcr
Jjcili ivlier of ih Hla. kiower com.
oiiiniiy. ohii won thr prite of $12 of
(re. I by the Joiirimt and awnrdpd
iintitijt tho county fair InHt fall, won
Hi" jrc I prize of and the third
.t 'r m hi h a miiilp up by the Hor
t Hindu urc roinpiiny and the First
Niiiioiiul bunk fr the third winner,
wont lo lliiKo Klcenmn. of Tcxico.
wliii bad 3.0 aculpp. Kllir had 3-
M4 il 1tl
t-'i.io S. tin tor lunuc Hurth of Allitl
mo rii;c whiM' nttmlion wua culled
10 the mi h oic of ridding the coun-
11 v of i be liickrabblta wh'n he wua
oyer nt our county fair lent fall, of
linil f 10 in gold aa the award which
be J,,:. Ire I nhould go to the on win
ning t.r-l In the Journul'a coniept.
The i.iirtiiil k:ivc the accund prlae of
Now the quextlon la: what shall w
ilu utih I lie i.Cuo ears? It turn beon
i,irR -!c tbat we bundle them and
bi int ihein lo the Allitnueriue ecna
liir. but w have not made up our
in nil n yet lo do that. Will mint
l i nmke a auggeatlon and quick!
El PASO LANDS NEXT
Panhandle and Southwestern
Votes to Meet in Pass City
in Nineteen Fifteen.
I' I I'ltxt wm In a hard lotight bai
lie wuh Amtiilln fur I ho next annual
ciinMilii.il of the Paiihundle mid
s.hii h 1 nw Cattlemen's au'irlallnn.
l ikbihoina I'lty thin rk. The
Vote 0 Hie lliml show-down was 14
for Ki Peso ti Hi for Amurlilo. Roth
f the hivni had big delegations on
hand boost their respective rldlmi
KI i'uso plans to make a big feature
mi ul the convention In I91i and to
hold in lonuection with it south
western Mwk show.
PETITION 00T FOR
Torrance County Town Pro
poses to Get Charter and
Put on Metropolitan Aim.
(-eelal Cerfseeailewo t lb Herald
Wiilard, N. M., lurch I. Petition
aro In In g circulated here thin week
fur the Incorporation of Wlllard. The
.f I It I.iOn. Bj.lrri.iM i1 in Mi hoard of
riiuniy cuiiiin WiiiiiiTu of Torrance
county, are being numerously signed
nt Mill be ready for presentation
within n few days.
Many benefit will accrue from
having the town Incorporated. At
present the Hnslnesa Men's aaaocia
Hon, la powerless to act In affitlra
thil would aid much In the improve
ment of tha town. I'ndep the artl.
Hi of incorporation Wlllnrd will
bve a mayor, a city clerk, an well
na a ooiiik llmtin from each of the
four wsr.ls. There will bo a head
to transact Ihe business, and maka
ordlimncra for any Improvement
A great factor will be the estab
lishment of Williird'a credit. Thia
means much to a tuwn, and wniild
nuike l possible to erect an eleclrlo
light pliint. grade streets, establish
oleunlk grade and build th aid".
wulKa. Home of our folk may think
Ihls unreasonable, but tha growth
and development of thla section de
pt ml upon J nt such thing.
HAS JACK RABBI
FORT SUMNER WILL
HAVE 3(111 ACRES
Town of the Pecos Proposes to
lead the State in Shipments
of Melons this Season.
ONE FIELD ALONE
OF 120 ACRES
f aeHel CarrMBaa tka i iall
Kort Kumncr, N. M., March .
W illi 11 acre of the i Imli cut vuliey
liiiul Riunrd up for canlu loupe grow
ing the coming rpmmhi, and In all
pi ohn lillli y enouxh more to make an
even 30 acre, thing look good for
cunlaloupe aliipmenta thla year.
Thia nit-rune la dial r I bitted annum
sixteen of the moat experienced and
MUcceaaful of the grower a.
IjihI year there wan 5.0 acre
planted to cantaloupea by thirty-four
different grow era, but, according to
J. J. Weinman, who handled the out
put for J. J. Nix A t o., of Chicago
and New York, thera only forty
two acre Hint produced anything
like a profitable crop. Heyen grow
er on ihla 42 acre ahlpped thirty
oar. The averaga net prolit per acre
for the pat aeaaon waa flit. One
of the above men cleared aa high u
II SO per acre.
Varlou ca ue arc aanlgned for the
failure of other men with their crop,
chief of which are Inexperience In
growing the mclona, poor qunllty of
Ihe around aelecled for the purpoae,
Inaurilclent cultivation, ami aphia, or
Ijmt year out put totallvd It car,
or two eara leaa than the previou
year. Total number of cmte ahlp
ped for the acnmin waa 1J.C38, which
brtoight IK, 544,
The average net price received per
ernie waa hi cenla for Jumbo.
Standard (2, ManJarJ flat 3r, Jumbo
flat II, I'oniea 3;, I nd I'ony Hat 24.
A company compoaed of JJeaera
Hiinon. Ilallintyna, Oulp, Ortega and
Weinman will plant 110 acre in one
field, which la tha litrgeat tract yet
handled In thla locality.
All tha output will be handled by
Mr. Weinman, aa I lie rcprcaentatlve
Of J. Nix Co.. who have given the
grower of thla gertlon very eat la
factory deal. .
-Many aectlona of th atate have
claimed that the product of their lo
cality hua topped th market, but It
remain to be pioved, and from Ihe
beat figure obtained Kort Sumner
can juatly lay einim to till honor
both for price and quality.
OUT FOR ARIZONA
I'hoenlx, Arix , March 7. Preaenl
prospect are that there will be more
Ik'iihk mtlc aKpiranta for the atate
lreiiurernhlp Ihi year Ihnn for any
other office. No leaa than five are
already in the field. They are Arthur
t'earaon of Douglas, reading clerk
of Ihe atate senate during the recond
and third apeclul mmmIoii; Don C.
Itabbitt, Mesa member of the house
of repreaent.itivee; Harry Johnson,
I'hoenlx, member of the houae uf rep
reeiitalles, Mlt Huns, riaiford, mem
ber constitutional convention; 1'eter
liiley, Clifton, merchant.
i'earson la openly t aui(kiHliing and
I confident of winning? Johnson,
Slum anil Hilcy have told their friend
that they Intend to go before tha vo
ter at the primaries a candidate for
treasurer. A few weeka back there
waa emtio tulk of Uatibiii being ae
lected by tha cornier alive Democrat
aa their candidate for governor, but
(leorva Olney. leader of that wing,
decided la run for the governorship
himself. Then It was nulsed about
that Habbltt would run for Ihe corpo
ration commission, but he haa decided
thai he would rather he treasurer. He
waa one treasurer of Uurtcupa coun
ty. Habbltt la popular and will pool
a tremenduua Vote In hie own county.
ewa come from Coihlse that II.
Hutchklaa of ttouglag ha mme busi
ness deal on that will probably pre
vent him running for treasurer,
liolihkisa wua Ihe flrat Democrat
mentioned for th office but now feel
pretty aure that he Will not be a can
Muriuopa rounly may hay a third
candidate In mate He nut or O. 11.
Wood. Wood la now In Washington,
probably trying In land tho I'hoenlx
potnmtrrhlp. jf ha full In lliut
ha Kill probably run for Ireuaurer. In
fact, before Wood heurdthe postofiice
bea binning he Mated that he would
b candldute for treasurer.
8taie of Ohio. i
f Ity of Toledo, ) a.
L,ucaa County. )
Frank J, Cheney tnakna nntti ihi
ha la senior partner of the firm of V.
J. Cheney Co., doing buslneaa in
th city of Toledo, County and Ktute
Bfureauld. and that aanl Arm will i..
Ihe sum of ONE 1U NDUKI) DOL-
i-AUB fur each and every com, of
Catarrh thai cannot iu. cur...i t,u ih.
Ua of HAU.il CATA Hit II CUHK.
THANK II. CIIKNKT.
Pwnm to befora me and
In aiy pteience. this ih dav or t..
cember. A, U. II9.
A.W. (ILEA HON,
Hall'g Catarrh Cure la laken Inter
nally and acta directly up.m th
blood aild mucous lurliru n ha
)Htem. Mend for leailnionliila, free.
f. J. CHUNK IT A CO., Toledo, O.
Hold by all Druggista, Tap.
Take Hull's Family Pilla for run.
For taxi, call 11 Maura, fnon IT.
WILL OFFER PRIZE
Woman's Auxiliary to Exposi
tion Board Expects to Stim
ulate Interest in School Ex
hibit for San Diego.
(aeelal Carres la Ik Herald
Kama Fe, N. M., March 7. A eah
prlx of tr0 la proposed by the wom
an auxiliary of the New Mexico
board of exposition manager for Ihe
beet motion picture scenario on the
history of New Mexico. The scenario
I to ha enacted by the public school
children of tb. itnte. Th . hooln
In .act. of Ih. tu,..,. t, ...a... u i
stnee one acene or act beginning with
i ne prenistonc periou, paasing
through ihe Hpanish conipiest, Ihe re-
conirticst and tne Mexican period up
to Ihe American Invasion and the
oresent. li can e.mlllv 1,. atn,n
the history of the Punshlne state lends
Itself lo the great epectacular play to
be acted belure a moving li tur ma-
enine for rerroductlon nt the Han
Dieao exoositi,n. I!i,rh Ml,,.ulrf
be dnacrlbid In d.tuil. th. ,,iinininif
anil grouping of ihe tableaux its well
a the action suitable for moving pic
ture reproduction. The mission play
h given In California may serve as
a model to certain extent. The
Mania Fe rhiml. dill or I.lu t
asked lo stage thj reconipieat by De
urgaa: Valencia county may prnb
lily nrodiii m i,.W'un k. ..i, u
scene and thu different section will
furnish the background unH o..l
cc'oring for one of the grandest mov
ing picture film ever produced.
Thl ia one of the Idea advanced
by the exposition committee of the
woman auxiliary which mi at Man.
tit Fe laal week. Thla committee with
a member In each county ha taken
cnargg or the entire educational ex
hibit. Another fruitful .uu..f i
thai of Kduciitlonal Kally day to be
held In each rnuiiiv at i h. ,. i,...
as the county Institute. Inspirational
addresses are to be muile on that oc
casion when teachers, school direct
or, school patron and school chil
dren will Join In mnas meeting that
are to ne photographed to give visi
ble evidence to the seven million vis
itors to the Han Plcgo exposition of
tne enthusiastic school spirit that
PMVnlla In every section of the state.
Another bcHm i.i,iii.m i- .n v...
taken of athletic event, of May fes
tivals, of class plays and of uch no
tlva productions as the "Pastures."
further testifying to the fnc I hut the
school of New Mexico are alive to
the modern spirit. There are also lo
he photographs for ronroiinctb.n n
atereoptlcon slides of modern school
houses exterior and Interior, of school
gardens, of the. children at work and
at play, of educational exhibits such
aa waa at used in th. Pali.,.. .r ..
lUovernora In Fanta Fe last week ny
ine county schools. Manual truinlng
and domeatle aclcnc .iiltii. -. .
t-lully are lo be featured.
nemuera of the auxiliary commit
tee exiieci to visit varlou. mu.
although It la expected that each
member In each county will get to
Work Immediately- I. ...I.... i. .k...
-H III. Ill i. I, , (11
her rounly la creditably represented
at Ihe exposition, for one of the flrat
things that the Intending homesceker
and investor aska about New Mexico
ia: "What are your school facilities?"
nd upon Ihe answer often depend
The exposition romnilsston in.- i,..
signed a contract with Pathe-Frere.
prunaoiy me most famous moving
picture concern In the world, who
will have the exdualve rUht lo lake
the Picture of the nu.o.ni.
of vivid cowboy life. Indian ' dunce.
view or activities on Irrigated farms,
on the ranch, in the o. i ,.,i., ..
the niountuns and In the canjon'a of
the state for the ban Dlego exposition.
One advanluae or
,, linn .ltlt
nrm Ilea In the fad that the picture
........ .11, i nown not only in the
daily lecture at Man in..,. ....
thousand of play houae all over the
CHILDREN HATE OIL.
CALOMEL AND PILLS
"California Kyni of fir," beat for
-im.-i- miiiiwii, liver, boucls
Look hack at your chll.lt.,! a,..-.
Flemember the "dose" nioth.e i...i'
'd on ciialor oil. calomel, cihar
tics. How you hated them, how you
"nam BKuinai tattiiiR Ihein.
With our Children
Mother who cling to the old form
of physio simp!y don i roolixe whst
they do. The children's revolt Is
well-founded. Their tender little "In
sides" are injured by them.
If your child stomach, liver and
bowels need t leanalng. give only dell
clone "California Byrun of Fig." It
action la Dult iva. but ..mi. uiiii.
of mother l:eep Ihla harm lea "fruit
mauve - nandy. they know children
love to take It: that ft f-i:.
clean the liver and bowela and aweet
en Ihe stomach, and thai a teaspoon
fui given today saves a sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist fop a 5fl-eent hot
Ask your druriflxt f..r . ti .
bottle of "California nriin E1..-H
which has full directions fop babies.
. nnoren oi ail ages and fop grown-
upa plainly on each tu.ni. k....
of counterfeit gold here. See that
Is made by "California Vtm a......
Company." ISefue any other kind
THE FORTY EIGHT
TtHal IW,. Pond and lot raiments
or .ill Male oaj J una 30. 19 It.
Washington. Ma rrh t I l ! t i.i pi
figures from the forthcoming bulletin
pertaining In national out -i-i. in.
debtedneaa and funda and investment
nas-e neen give nut by IHrector W. J.
iiiirria, oi tne bureau of Ihe census.
0?g Eveimiimg' IMerald W amt Ads
aa.aa.aa. asaas. aw tr - - - - ,, -
Three Lines : Three
Wm hate an sjnnsually atlra.ilte list of House ami Vacant Lola
ust imv. whP'h tan Im iMaiiilif n easy term. Why pay rent.'
INhl It-WCi: l tH l(KTl.
JOnN 21. KOORE REALTY CO.
Ilutm. lit. km-". IH I4 West t.ol.l ,.
Ft lit )A LK Heat hotel propualtlon in
Albuiierue. A niinn v maker. ee
M. U echutt, rojiti II. Whiting bldg.
FOIl SALK Mint C.ife. 21 Houtll
department of commer. e. Th bulle
tin carrie Information for the t'nltcd
Htatea and for each stale in the Cnlt
ed Htatcs. The data were compiled
under the supervision of Mr. John
Lee Coulter, expert spe-bil agent In
churn of wealth, debt stul luxation.
Tho bulletin which tmiu will bp ts
ued will contain stiiiiHii for each
year from lv.io to 191.1. inclusive, and
will also contain details lor Ihe year
moat nearly corresponding to Ihmi,
thus making II possible to show ihe
generul movement dining a period of
over thirty year. The bulletin will
show the total debt of enh atate as
well aa many detail. s'i h a the varl
ou classes of outstanding t.onils and
special debt obligation lo public trual
fund. It will also show ihe floating
debt and lta component puna. I'nder
funda and Investments will be shown
separately all the different funda. and
In each case cash and so urltles will
lie shown. The population of each
state fop each year under considera
tion will be used, and the per capltn
debt (leas sinking fund assets) will
An Inspection of the tables In Ihe
bulletin soon to be Issued show thai
on June 10, 1911 tor the close or the
fiscal year fulling within the twelve
month preceding that flute), the total
debt of the 4 tale. In the Cnlied
State amounted to 1 4 1 ... : : T.OOU. Of
thl tout about 119,11110.0110 repre
sented floating debt, and nearly
1400.000,000 represented funded debt.
Of the funded debt about titaH, 000.000
are represented by bonds, and 141,
000,000 are special debt obligations to
public trust funds.
As an offsetting Item figalnst the
total debt, the 4 M alatea reported 177.
032,000 In sinking fund assets, leav
ing the debt (less sinking fund asset)
for the 4 statea IS4 5.SJ1.O0O.
Various practice are found In dif
ferent state with rvference to th as
sumption of debt by the state, and
aomo difficulty arises when attempt
is made to compare Ihe debt of the
different stutcs. The only two stale
which call for sp la I mention In this
connection are Arlxonu and Massa
chusetts. In Arlxonu the state hits
assumed responsibility for a very
lurge amount of county and munici
pal debt, and hua lasued state obliga
tions lo cover the same, holding the
counties and municipalities responsi
ble in turn. It might be noted, how
ever, that the Arizona debt, even un
der these circumstances, amount lo
only eight-tenth of 1 per cent of the
total for the Cnltej Slates. Muhwi
chuiett. on Ihe other hand, has as
sumed the liability fnr debt of mei.o
polltan districts which In moat states
would probably be clussed n local,
county or municipal debt. The total
debt (less sinking fund assets) for
Massachusetts represents S3. 2 per
cent of Ihe debt for all stales In Ihe
I'nited Mutes Iowa. Wyoming and
Oregon each hua lesa than one-lenlh
of 1 per cent of the debt of all states
wr.lle In Ihe ruse of Pennsylvania Ihe
sinking fund assets exceed Ihe total
debt. Vermont, NYbruMku and Kun
sas euch ha only one-tenth of 1 per
cent of thH debt of the 4i stutr. In
contract. New York hua 55 per cent
of the total for Ihe 41 statea.
IVr Capita Indcbtcdm-aa.
A study of thu pen a pita debt aho M
thai in lowu the debt (Irs sinking
fund auectat amount to only three
cent per capita, and In Oregon, four
tenia, per capita, lit Arkansas. Flor
ida. Illinois. I ml hum, Iowa. Kansas,
Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey,
Oregon. Pennsylvania, Houth Dakota.
Texaa, West Virginia, Wisconsin and
Wyoming, the per capita debt (leaa
sinking fund aaaethi la less than II.
Tim lal and l're-it of Htale Debt.
According to th.. report of ten years
ago. ths indebtedness (lea inktim
fund assets) for tin 44 state amount
ed lo t234,09,Oii, as compared with
141,21,1)00 shown In ihe report now
bring prepared 'I bis la an Increase
in ten years of 1107. 342,000, ur nearly
60 per cent In contrast with sn In
crease of slightly more than 20 per
cent in tha population of ihe coun
try. Ten years helm- (hut, in mo,
the Indebtedness ilea linking fund
asset) for the state and territories
of tha Untied Males amounted to
1311.110,000; wbile ln 10 II
amounted to $!74 i 46,000. Thue be
tween Ids and l oil tha per capita
indebtedness (Uf sinking fund as
sets) for ths 4 ernie combined grad.
ually decreased, vvle during the last
ten year there li.. been a very no
ticeable. Increase. In 1K0 the per
capita lndeblr-.lii.-s (leas sinking
fund assets) aim imiod to IS. 4s; in
190 It hat, been reduced to 1137.
due to the Increase in population and
decrease in debt: in 101 It amounted
to IJ , due lo the rapid Increase in
IHipulatlon and ver slight increase in
debt! In 111 the .r rapila debt had
again Increased ! 13.12. (he Increase
being due tu a vcri rapid Increase In
debt In contrast with a much slower
increase in populutimi.
tlirouki kUxnaiii Trouble Cured.
There is nothing more discouraging
than a chronic disorder of th stom
ach, la u not su prising that many
aufUr for years wuh such an aliment
when a periuam-i.t cure Is within their
reach and may b had for a trifle?
"About on year "go."' sa p. H.
Beck, of Wakelee, Mi.'h.. "I bought a
pavkag of Chaiiilierlaln'g Tabid, and
alma using then; I hav f.-( perfect
ly well. I had previotiaty used any
number of diffeient mr'lclne. bm
Bone of them were of any lusting ben
nt." Fur sals by all drugging.
- ,, - - - - ,
t FOtt HALR On easy term, t
4 on corner lot 7,0x142 feet In
Paris Addition. Pi b e 1300.00. 4
J. H. PEAK.
111 West Central.
Phon IHI. 4
FOR CAKPET cleaning, furniture.
and stovt repairing. W. A. Ooff
S-l'A.NlSH taught by an experienced
teacher. Snlaiuir. 113 North till St.
MAItHY If you are lonely. The l!e
llolile Confidential Httecessful club
has large numbers of wealthy, eligi
ble member, both sexes. wishing
early marriage. Description free.
Mr. Wrubel. Hog 2. Oakland, Cel.
Mention A lhon,iirqu Evening Her
ald when writing.
William Schwab Awarded
Notable Trophy in Railroad
World for Most Practical
Ln Angeles, Cub, March . To
William Schwab, conductor on the
Hucrmnento division of the Southern
Pacific compuny, has been awarded
the replica in bronxe of tne Harrimun
memorlul safety medal given by the
American Museum uf Safety tu the
employs In tha operating of the win
ning road who wits moat conspicuous
In tha promotion uf safety by sugges
tions and otherwise.
Conductor Schwab revolved the
medul a few day ago. He also re
ceived a letter from Julius Krutt
schnllt, chairman of the executive
committee uf the Southern Pacific
company, commending him fur hi
ttfety promotion effort.
Conductor Hchwub made a remark
able showing In Ihe matter of prac
ticable suggeallona and of general In
terest munileated In the safety flrat
campaign of the tompany. Many of
his suggestions were udopted and
proved of cxcepliunul value In the
furtherance of safely. All were con
sidered meritorious. He proved an
active member when on the sufety
committee or his division, and after
retirement from tho committee dis
played the same untiring xeul and in
terest in safety promotion.
The Southern Puclllc company was
awarded the Hurrlman memorial
safety medul by the civic body as the
safest railroad In the I'nited State.
Schwab winning of Ihe leplica con
fer upon him the distinction of being
Ihe employe of the operating depart
ment who, us an employe, contributed
moat to the company'a Miccesa In
making the wonderful record It did.
Other rea( records made by em
plojea who dlspiujeii greatest Inter
est und effoit in connection with
"sufety flral" were those of Knglneer
J. II. Humphrey of Ihe Portland di
lution; Master Car Itepulrer M. 11
Warren of the Sun Jouiuln division:
Conductor W. II. tire n nun of th
Coast divlsioni Knglneer W. K. Soiilli
of the Coual division, and Knglneer
A. LivingNlon of the Shasta division.
They. too. will receive letter of com
mendation and appreciation from the
We, the organised bodies cf the
building irsde department of Albu
u,ueriwe, wish to give to the buslnen
men of Albuiueriue the name of the
(ontractor who employ only organis
R. A. CJertlg.
J. W. Mcyuade.
J. A. Harlan A Son,
A. W. Hayilen,
Lyon Jr. Axtell, ,
Morrison it Uarncg,
M. I. daw telle,
A. C. Hulli.
II. P. Mohn.
Peeman at Ayers,
Rantlary If. at I. Co..
J. L. It'll.
J. A. Mtrumiulxt,
Crescent Hardware Co.
F.d Lembks. '
PalnUng Conlrai tors.
Felix l l:l,isl,
T. M. IH-Iahoyd.
n. L. Aaron, '
Mono slaann Contractor.
M. D Tulllo,
Ws patronixej those who patrnnlf
(Higned) JA. J. VOTAW,
Becrelnry Fxccutlve Hoard Orgunixed.
Times : Three Dimes
$$4) 4 4) 4)
v txtn KKJ.T.
l-room brbk; modern: cor- 4
ner Nw Terk axenu and flxtb
street, 120.00 month.
No. Ml New York avenue; I-
room brick; modem. 122.30.
Itooming House nnd Hotel.
Central avenue at a bargain, rent
4 ressi ri.ible. 4
House on Central -letnie .th
1 acre land 1.1. Jinn 4
Hunch on Mountain Itnad for
sale or run. 4)
House on South Kdilh street 4)
for sale cheap.
All kind of term 4)
FIIIF lv H ( K 4
iom:v TO U). 4
Ttanrhe and lands; house and
4 lot; business property.
IH'XRWr IIKAU tSTATB
til 4iod Ave., Corner Tlilrd St.
VVANTKD Itepn-aenlnllve for our
firm, one that la interested In fruit
growing preferred, for our high grad
Colorado grown numery stock. Den
ver Nursery Compuny, 4100 W. 4th
Ave., Denver, Colo.
WANTKD A bright ottng woman at
bundle wrapper. The Kconomlst.
KKW MKXICo Employment Agency.
All kinds of reliable help on ahort
notice. Ill W. Silver ave. Phone 4l.
WILL PAY reliable man or woman
fit. SO lo distribute 100 free pkg.
Perfumed Rornx aoap powder among
friends. No money required. Ward
Ror.tx Co., 211 Institute PL, Chicago.
WANTKD Hoys nnd girls under 11
years of age lo bring shoes to ths
AlbuiiierUe Shoe Itepairing Co., at
II N. 2nd Hi. Inducement for th
next 0 days starting March 4th. First
prlxe 110.00, 2nd prlxe 15 00. 3rd
prlxe $3.00. Albuquerque Shoe He
SALKSMKN wanted for country
towns, 12 J weekly salary, and 13
per day allowed for expenses when
traveling. Wealern Cider Co., St. Lotila.
8PKC1ALTY HALKSMKN Iteully a
new one. Full time required. Ona
or more denla per day paying 1 .11
each. Straight but smooth. The Na
tional Drug Co., Iowa City, Iowa.
WANTKD Any kind of mailt work;
best of references. Address Hog 1,
care Keening Herald.
WANTED A position as house keep
er; no objection lo country. Apply
U K. W. Herald.
WANTED TO BIP?
WANTKD To buy, sell or exchange
econd-httml furniture. 122 West
Silver Ave. Phone lo8.
FOR RENT Rooms.
F Ml KENT 4 rooms; bath, water
paid; modern. I IS. 00. Inquire 702
North Third street.
Foil KENT 2 rooms and porch for
light housekeeping. Phone I3i2W.
208 South Arno.
TWO furnished rooms, modern. Mr.
Itutherford. 517 S. Broadway.
Foil HUNT Outside, steam healed
rooms; special rate by monlh.
West hotel, 2lj, Norm Second treel.
FOR RENT Ranch,
awijLfLi (njXJT-rxjrxnfx jT'J'tJU
Foil LKA8K 160 seres of good land
within one mile nt Wllbir.i v u
0 acres now level and under Irri
gation from pumping plum, tlood
tan.-h houses. Party with sufficient
fund, to operate pump and put In
crop can find ha main l.w urll,,.. ...
calling on J. B. llerndun at Stale Na
FOR RENT Houses.
FOIl KENT 4 room modern cottage,
cioae in. Item HS.tu. Water paid
Apply C. A. Hudson, 4th nr.d Copper.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Foil ItEST Nlcrtly furnished olt
suitable for man andiwiie or young
men. Hum cooking. 400 North
Last will and testament of Vene.
randu Urlcgo de Gutiertei. deceased.
lo Nutlvidad Clttleire v of.niiunn
'littlerrex, executor, flogaciann lu
tiernx de Kumoni. Just in kino (luder
rex, Iiotnltllia Oullerrei J (larcia,
Muxlmlhano (lutierrex, Jr., Henjumlna
(Jutierres da Haca, and to all whom
it may concern:'
You ar. hereby notified thai th. at.
leged lust will and teitami.ni f V. n-
eranda Uriego de (I mi.
luta uf Ihe county of Itcrnulilio snd
state of New Mrxic.i, has been pro
duced and read In I no probate court
or tna county of Bernalillo, atate of
New Mexico, on Ihe lth day of Feb
ruary. I H 1 4, and the day of the prov
ing of said ulleaed last w ill an, I i..iu.
meut waa by order of the Judg of
Aid Court thereupon fixed for Tue-
uay. in inn uuy of March, A. D.
114. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
tllven under niv hand and the seal
of thl court, this loth day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1114.
Oeal) A. K. WALKER.
The HERALD want Ad reti
thl best result!.
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D.
Practice Limited to
GKIT)-1 Kl AI'.V KliKASt-1
1)1F.ASF!4 OF TIIK fKIX,
TIh Hasarrntan and ogin bl Testa.
Palvarsan "gog" Admltilstersd.
Cltlxen' liank Kulbling
Albuquerque - - flew Meilca
A. ti. SlIOItTLl, M. I.
Ira-tloe IJinlied lo Tuncrttibail.
urflo Hour 1 lo 4 p. tt.
124 V, West Central.
Albtiquerqaa Sanitarium Phon 111.
DRS. TULL & BAKES
RpesHallsia 1 ye, Kar, osC, Tlirnwi,
fclai National Bank lsldg.
HOIiOMO H. llt'ltroX. M. D.
, lli)sbian and Hnrgron.
Resident-, 410 South Walter Btrtet.
Offic. Harnett Kldg, Phon lit.
iiu j. kit.vri ,
Itooma 1 and t. Harnett Rldg. Ovar
(Vltlelly'a Drug Utora.
(Appointments mad by mail.)
4 TADj B. MOORE 4
Consulting Mining llnirineec.
K.xaJnlnations anil Iteport.
4 nooaoa 15-14, Cromwrll Hlia k. 4
III.SON II. NOHItltl
Irac4lcw ami I'p lo Dale) Work.
Rooms SI and 3:1, Whiting Building.
MANL'il'.'HPTM HKVISKD ready for
press. Cleora II. Holmes, I Harnett
Rldg. Office phone l.'.ii; its. lilo J.
ALL KINDS, both new and second
hand, bought, aold, rented and re
paired. Albuquerque Typewriter Ex
change. Phona 144. Ill W. Gold.
FOR BALE Oliver typewriter, good
aa nw, $15.00. 121 Wt Gold. Phona
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN Money advanced
to railway and other employe on
alarle or household good, without
removal. Union Loan Co ovar Flrat
- .i'-- c u.ii-Qiririnii n fwj
l. LSI -A llbboll wulcll fob with iio-
mnn gold buckle attachment. lie
turn lo the Evening Herald and re
SHOE KKI'AlltlNU while you Walt.
Het equipped shop in city. 301)
Eust Central, 2 block eaut of Depot.
EXPERT furniture repairing and
packing. We also buy and sell oc-ond-hund
furniture, crown Furnltur
Co. Ill H. Second St. Phone 431.
FOR SALE Automobiles.
------- i--ifr,V.DVul) Q!XJ.
FOR SALE to horse power automo
bile. Cull III N. 12th St.
FOR SALEReal Estate.
fTiKSiIk 1 4o'""Ja"crea n'Khapi
county. Arkunsuc so acre In cultl
vallon; 20 In clover and alfalfa. 11
ucr- young apple orchard: balanca
in timber. Thl land can all be cul
tivated. Hood woven wire tencea;
new six-room frutnn dwelling, barn
and other out buildings; live spring
nnd good ostein; one mile from
church and school, three miles from
ra'lroad station. Prl-e $3,500; small
ce.n payment and balance to suit
purchaser. Addles F. M. Broyles,
For Sale MisceKaneous
FOR SALE Kit st clue horse ami
bupgy; reaon.,b f,,r cash. Call at
eij South Broadway.
For SALE A $45.11) Singer sewlriir
machine for $r. no. In first cl.ih
condition. t)j N. ih.
SANTA FE TIME TABLE
Effective December T, 1111.
No. Claa. Arrive. Denarfa.
I Cal. Limited ....ll:lu li lea
1 Cal. Expre. .... 7.00p 7:lp
7 Cal. Expreaa ,...10;ilp 11 ()4p
Cal. Fast Mall . . . . 1 1 ; 5up H;,J,
II ( D Lux T:0a I 00
L'mmI h. ,1. ii, 1
10 Overland Express. 7:Iba 1:05
s r.asiern r.xpres.. 1: 16p l:40p
4 Chicago Limit, d . 0:40p 7 0p
K. C. Chl. Ex.. 7:15p l:4ip
10 (Da Lux I IOd 0:00b
III El Paso A Mex Fx II 10a
111 El Paao Puaangr I 104
111 Pco Valley Ex.. l.lOp
III From Mex El P T:0a
i rrom El Paio I. tip t
III From PsciHt Val
ley and Cut-off. l.lSp
P. J. JOHNSON, Ajtal j