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THE EVENING ITERALD, ALBtTQTJTRQTO, Jt. It, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914
TODAY'S UVE NEWS ;
AFTER OIL HEAR
Property of Bad Lands Oil
Company Taken Over By
New Corporation. Soap
(gpeetat Cerreegeageaee te the Bsraldl
Tui inn. ai l, N. M., March II. The
propel ly i.f the Hud Lands Oil coin
puny, which hits hern drilling thir
teen mi li-a east of Tucumciirl In the
bad IiimiIn. tin Inin taken over liy
ni'W corporation of luml und eastern
mi n mill it Ik understood thut drilling
In tu liu resumed at oip e. Tlio uhl
-iniiitiiiy hint reached a depth ul
14 '1(1 feet with uooll Indications fur
oil In the character of the rock, but
It In understood they were forced tu
suspend because if luck of fundi.
New Hoop 'fllllMHiy,
Tliu Volcuno Hoop company, with
nut hrlxi-d cutal of IHMI.iiOO und
headquarters In thla city, hua been
orgunlvd, with C. C. H.irncd of Am
urlllo, Ti xa.. an president, and ('. C.
Davidson of thla city ua statutory
ukciii. 'Hip company proposes to
manufacture soap and sanitary prod
uct mid will uuike UBe of th native
soup weed and also of thr native
pumice. One of the Incorporators
has heen manufacturing "San Jon
Hoop" with tmiie sucreas and hla
prod in t ! taken over by the new
Mimiw Helps, Wheal.
Report thla neck frnm the plain
tndicnlu the largest wheat crop In
the history of the county. Wheat la
.ml in liu looking hue in moat purta
of the pi. una country, the recent
annua having come at an opportune
lime tu continue the grow nig proi eaa.
the two in. mi hi' diouKht not Injuring
the fi.iiul to any considerable extent.
It la auld that nearly IS.t'OO acres
are In thla crop on the plains of the
Irriuiitlon Plant at llut.
A meeting of tha House Irrigation
companv w.ta held last week nl
li.iiiHc, on the plains aouth of thla
city, tu consider plana for Irrigating
Ian. Ik in the vicinity of thut place
hh have been under consideration
for aoine lime.
Thb plan liT "their Completeness
hale riot )ei been funned but pros
pects are for n reclamation of hun
ille.li of ii rew of thla plulna rouniry
The lluuae neishhoi hood la confcld
erd oil., of the richest on the plains,
unit already tout. una aoine line or
chard and wheat land.
The l.loyd IrrlKuilun company,
whom- 4'Mi.ucre Irriuiitlon svslcnt la
bem itiMullcd fifteen nilii-a aouthi-aat
of Tui 'timcarl. report that nearly two
mile of eleven-foot ditch have been
completed, and thai water already la
being gathered in 'the Drat reservoir
WORK BEGINS ON
ROAD FROM BELEN
Helen, X. M , March 1J. Active
work haa commenced on the road oe
twueu Helen and iluunlainair, both
Torrum e and Valencia cuutitlea taking
a hand. The bumneaa men of Moun
luiiiair huve raieed funds to una in
work, while John llecker, of thla
place, Iim furniahed dynamite, which
will be uncd In removing rock from
high grade along the route. An out
hi of three leann and an auto load of
wuikmen left Mountatnutr Tuenduy
ii. ii.Iiik, provtaioiied for ten daya tu
work In Abo ranyou,
Tlie tliat Will be done lit Xiholle,
near tho Alio ruina, where the work la
badly needed. A "road grader, drag.
i.liiim, ahuvkle and all the neceaaary
i.Ul.ini nt la at hand to du good work,
at the leuwt expenae. Ir. T. W. C'had-
wlik, road iiveraeer of aouthweatern
Toti.iQce tuuiity, la In charge of the
work, and hope to have the ruud In
good ehape w ithin a furl night. It la
expo'led that the Valencia county
load board will take up the work at
thla end, connecting at Huia With tho
Alio.iif nue road.
Wltn thla atretoh of the road In
ci million, an earnest plea will be
made for the (ratiaconlinenlal aiito-
Icurict travel, with guud chance of
eticcoa. The road ha already been
lot tied and algu poata will be erected
along the route.
WILL MAKE MAP OF
tartal Cerreeeegeeeo te Ike UeraleJ
Hani I'e, N. M., March 1J. Htun
Kiuiineer Jamea A. Krrnch la going
to prepare an Ininmcnite map of the
tliMt great commercial Highway on
thla continent. It will be for the New
Mexico biai. ri.al exhibit at the Han
( i l. Italpli K. Twilchell. fhulrman
u ft he New Mexico expoaitlon Com
mlMHoners, will aid Mr. French In the
preparation of thia map. Colonel
Twilchell haa run acroaa a book
Which belonged to the American con
aul In fcanu Ke In HS. before New
Mexico wan annexed. In thla book
wppenra all the data regarding the
atopplng placet on the "drat great
highway," which ran from Hantit r'e
to Chihuahua. "Thla trail U 2
yea re old r than the Hum Fe trail."
Bald Coined Twltchell today, "and It
la ure to excite great Interrat. Tha
mil p ,wlll be a rontriliii.lon from tha
tale engineer'! office to the expoai
Colonel Twilchell added that the
at Han Iheg.i la advancing r..-
Row Starts in Native Settle
ment and Two of the Quests
Depart this Life.
FOR SILVER CITY
Plant Soon to be Establishedj
May be Followed Later by;
Complete Ore Reduction
(Specie I rwrreaeaaaeaee I a tlraldl
Hilver t'lty, N. M March II. A
the reatilt of a row alarted during u
balle In the native aettlement on thu
(Jlla Thuraday nlliht. given In honor
of a wedding, between two of the na
tive, Allejaiidio (iallegua la dead and
Carlo Ourciu la dead, a auiclde. liar
cla and llulleKoa were good frlelida
but In the heat of battle lianta ahol
Ualli'Koa and then, overcome !'
grief at hla act, turned the weapon
It la lea r in d on what aeema to be
reliable authority that u cuatoma
MumplliiK plant la tu l built here '
th,. near future und that II. in will bu
loilowed by an ore reduction plant.
The plant will prove of enurmoua
commercial Importance to r-ilver City.
I Jka VMt l tlflpvra.
Hllver flty Klka huve elected the
following uriicera fur the following
year: Kxaltrd ruler, Harry Laiuu;
eateemed leading kniKht. W. L. Spltl-
ley; eateemed loyal knight, llirndon
l.ehr; rntcemed Ictuting knight, W
A. Wlnh; aecrelury, II. II Hi IU. treaa-
urer. J. W. farter, tyler. Iloy Ward:
member of board of trualcea, F. I.
LAS VEGAS HAS THE
RICHEST Y. Kl. G. JL
Montezuma Hotel Property
Now Belongs to Organiza
tion; With Book Value of
(aerial f'arreepeageaee la Ike ileralg)
Ha at Iia Vegaa, N. M., Murch "13.
With the gift. outriKht, by the Hants
Ke railroad of the Montexuma hotel
properly In t.allii.ua ci.nun. tu the
lata Vegaa Young Men a Chrialian
aax.M Uiti.in, thut organiKHiiun be
comea the Weulthleal V. M. C. A. In
the whole eouthweat. The property
on the hooka of the Huntu Ke com
pany repreaenta a value of mure than
one million dollar Inveated In the
property In one way or another, and
the buildluga and around ua thuy
now atand are of cotiaiderable actual
The Y. M. L. A. haa determined to
veat the ttianugcmcni of tho property
In a committee 0l four, which haa
been appointed, coliaiating of Ueurge
II. Kliikel, the pieaidtiil, and J. II.
Htcarna. Clarence Iden and William
II. Hpringer. Thla lummlltee In turn
haa i ho' en Jeffeix n Itayiiolda, W. J.
I,u aa and Hlephen i'owera aa re pre -aeiiialitea
of the liliiin of Lus
Vegaa on the managing committee.
The Y. M. C. A- duca not propuae
tu give) tha properly wuy. It will
aell it for a fair price to any organ-
lituliun. amuaeuient, health or other-
wiae, of auund character and which
will undertake to contract to oper
ate It for the benefit of the commu
nity aa a whula.
TO VOTK OX Siu.WMl
lHl I' OI' MM8
As a result of the acuun of the
city council last eight l-a Vegas will
vole, Tueaduy, April "th, at the regu
lar city election, on an laaue of 121),
uul bonds to be used In providing a
aewuge dlMpoaal plant for the city.
The present aewer ayatein fluwa Into
the Arroyo i'eioa and haa been con
demned by the state health author
ities aa a menace 10 the public health.
A dlspoeal plant hus become an abso
lute lieceaeily and It Is believed there
will be ho oppunttlon tu tho bond.
BEET CONTRACTS ARE
PRESENTED TO THE
(geeelal rrrpeeee te the iterate
Maxwell, N. M.. March U.-An In
lereeilng farmera' tiievltiig was held
here thia week when of in cm of the
Harden City, Kan., sugar fui lory Hie I
the farmer and diiuuxsed local and
general sugar condition The con
tract for growing beeta for It 14 waa
presented to the farmers, and while
It dues not contain the promise for a
beet spur. It Is a god enntruct, and
the chances are that several hundred
acres of heeM will be grown here thla
Mr. Itnird. general mnnager of tha
sugar factory, rxplulhed that the tin
i'Ud condition of lite sugar Indus-
try would prevent tha building (if tha
pur thla jrear. orowcrs' contract!
n re for one year only, aa there ta
nothing certain, Mr. tlnlrd aaid, that,
the sugar factory would he running
another year, it all depend on what '
effect the f reo sugar haa on the mar- I
The contract offered the farmera J
paya IS for beet a from II to If per.
cent, and li.50 for hnela testing mora
than 1 per cent. The farmera' part
of the freight haa been reduced to
tc a Ion. with chnni'ea that even I he
20c will be taken oft. Many of the
farmera atin Hiticeil their Intention of
rowing beeta under the new con
tract. LIVE STOCK
Rlilli BADLY NEEDED
Stockmen Expect a Heavy
Calf Crop This Year. Sheep
In Good Condition.
NOTES OF NEW MEXICO
LIVE STOCK INDUSTRY
'serial Cerreex.ee, a ea ta tae Beralg)
Itoawell, N. hi., March 12. Accord
ing to reporta from all the valley and
plains and foothill dintrlcta rain la
needed badly for the aheep und cuttle,
but aa yet no atock are suffering and
are In good shape for the calving and
lambing scuaun. j
Calves are beginning tu drop now,
and lumbg will coma beginning thu
end of the month.
If cold weather does nut runic the
stockmen expect a heavy per centime
aved thla year.
Call In Milting tu llia.tell.
Arrangementa are being made for a
meeting of the cattle aanitury hoard
ut tluawell early In April, liovernol
McDonald la tu lie Invited by the pres
ident of the board, Charles U Mallard.
Cattlemen are remonatratlng hecauae
they feel thut the burden of taxation
(alia heavier on them than on any
other Intercut outside 'if the railroads.
Ikmgltt 'Km a Hilly.
T. It. Collin, the Hope aheep man,
brought the railroad company one
llrat dun billy goat to be uaed In load
ing out aheep. As was previously ex
plained by the News, sheep can be
loaded in one-lhlrd the time usually
taken if a goat la uaed to lead them
Into the car. Mr. Coffin ships a good
many sheep during the year arid he
will have the ue of the railroad guat
when loading. A r tenia New.
Mnvn l Mains.
J. W. Tulk. the sheepman, has been
muvlng his aheep from lng Canyon.
preparatory to taking them to hi
rain h on the plains. He has about
4. "Oil head and experienced a vast
amount of trouble getting them aor.
the river north of tow n. Carlsbad
Alfalfa l,Mk ;.mI.
The fall planted airalfa la coming
through th,. winter nicely, ev.n moat
of the late planted alun. The farm-
era have all been watering the young
h t ii IT and uhuplng It up for an early
atari. i'urlabad Current.
HUM iHdng Well.
H K. Miller of Itoawell. N. M . who
brought In eight cai loads of shd-p be
longing to Jaffa, I'ruger oC of that
place .Males that the weather ha been
i x.eptl.inully pleasant all along the
I'ecua valley tho entire winter.
"There has been very little snow
and we have had sutikhine all the
time." Mr. Miller auld. "There seems
to be a good man sheep, but nut so
many cattle In that part of the valley.
All stock Is doing well, both on the
range end the valley." Kansas City
GIVES OUT FRIKSY
Advises Roswell Sheep Grow
ers that Boston is Making
the Price Nowadays in New
Slal Car reaa deaee Ike Herald)
Koswell, N. M . March 12 rYunk
VunderworU wool buyer for Drown
and Adams, the greut Buslon wool
firm, has given the following inter
view to ihe Itoawell Morning News
Lalph Vanderwort. representing,
Hrow n Adams, of Huston, upon be
ing aked by a Morning News report
er If he Intended contracting New
Mexico wool suited aa follows: "No,
indeed, New Mexico Is nut a contract
"Every yetir we secure our aupply
of wool from the northern state by
contracting early in Ihe year, prsctl
tally our entire wants from that sec
tion are now secured.
"In rtah. Wyoming and Montana
romrucia have already been msde for
the bulk of their wools. Ihe game thlt
year aa In the paat. thla of course, la
no new phue but condition that
have been going on for year and hus
become a custom of the count nr.
"There, the wools run uniform year
In end year out so when a contract is
mud the dealer knows exactly what
he ties puld for. Circumstances are
different In New Mexico. however,
due la climatic condition for Id
s' a nee a flip of wool In exiremele
poor condition this yesr may show
tip very heKtittrul the following sen
son, you ran see the gamble Is too
great for legitimate speculation.
"Knell year we contract a few fav-
IN PECOS GRAZING
0?e Eveimima Herald W aunt Ad
Three Lines : Three
n liava an nnunaally aitraiilie llt of llmisr ami Vacant IaAh
lust now. Willi ii ran lie bought on cajr Irraix, Why pay rent?
INKl It ami; LOW Itt-.M'W.K
JOHN U. MOORE REALTY CO.
flmue 10. M l-. I'M. 311 Wcs ;l.l
orlle clips n Chaves county but they
are auch wools aa show up uniform
year In and year out nnd of courae as
you might say, the exception In this
(uw. I have contracted only four
cllpa thla year and M range 4.1 ay
these earn wools were contracted for
in exactly the same week of thla year
na they were of hint.
"No, there will l.c no contracting
here, but If auch were 10 be the case,
price offered would be bused on the
established value for the year of
wools at thla moment being shorn In
Arixona. California. sIko the other
I'aciric coast statea. South America,
Aimlr.'illa and New Zealand.
"In other word, value are now
known and lluswell growers need not
be 1n the air as to wimt they will re
ceive for their clip.
"An inquiry Into recent sales with
a fair Idea of their wools and an
occasional glance at scoured quota
tions will enable every grower to tell
within a small fraction of a rent jut
what hria wool Is going to bring. And
I might add that since free trnde has
become a factor, we need no longer
look to Iaindon us 11 busla for setting
"I Hiring high tariff regime we used
(ndon as one would a public ware
house, keeping our wools there as you
might say. to avoid the paying of In
If rest on same and hint, but mt of
all, the eleven cetii a pound duty
that wo were romp, lied to pay when
brought Into this country. All the
carrying expense was shouldered by
"Things are different now. Our
buyers are going to Hoiith America,
Aunt ml la nnd other wool growing
aections direct. No. Imdon la no
more. Henceforth, we will establish
our own v'aluee."
NOT FIGURE IN
Single Ticket Likely to be in
Pield for Town Trustee
Election Next Month.
(Sh-4'ImI I'ttt rMHiili mi. fu Herald.)
Ueming, X. M, March 11. Trustee
of the ". of Ueming will be elected
Aiil 7 to succeed Johu Coritett. Jul
ius kech, H. I.iiitl.iue r. C. J. Kelly und
N. A. Ilelich, the preRcni tin iiinlo ntB.
Fur the pant week the political pot
ha been boiling and quiet call, line
In aequeatered nook huve been the
order of the day. With the exception
of Mr. Kelly uud Mr. Itox, h it aeem
ptmailile that the present lliefnlier of
the board will announce lhemelveii
ua candidates for re-election, though
Mr. Lindauer declares he will not run
unlets he la needed to nil up a con
lpMM.Itkm Ticket Not Heady.
' It Is expected there will be un op
position ticket, but up to the present
time It has not been put In definite
form. The ticket will represent the
Ideas of the younger bUKine men.
W. II. Jenning. Morris Nurdhuus and
J. O. Cooper, cashier of the First Htet
bank, have lent sympathetic ears to
those who have urged upon them tho
duties of standing tor more progres
sive policies in city adinlnistratiun.
There are no pressing lue In town
affairs Just Bow. ITuhihltion. It 1
declared, will not enter Into the cam
paign, though It la no secret that
Ueming w III be Ihe scene of a wet and
dry battle before many months.
Dare Uevll" Jack O'Neill, or Pyra
cuse, N. Y., and "nutch" Ilrunhoff,
of Drighton lleach, N. V., collided In
a motorcycle race at the niotordonie
of the carnival nliowlng here Haturduy
night. O'Neill la In the hospital suffer
ing from a broken collar bone, while
lirunhoff received several cuts on the
face. The third guided his machine
near the top of the dome end avoided
Ihe tangle of wreckage. The accident
csuaed a panic among the women in
the audience uud seversl were slightly
Injurd during the scramble to get out.
Narrow rn-apo In tire.
Fire destrove.l the old Hsuhel home
on Nickel avenue, on block west of
tha high school, ut 5;30 o'clock Mon
day mornlrt. The building waa own
ed by Ueorge Piiilngalea and occupied
by C. W. Tonev with hla wife and
seven children. All Of the clothing
and household goods were destroyed
and the family barely escaped with
their Uvea. Through the effort of the
neighbors of M". Julia Hnyder her
home and content were aved. Mrs.
Dolly I-ayne pr heraelf a heroine
by her activity wlih an as In chop
ping down a fence, preventing the
flames spreading to adjoining prop
erty. The i i.e of the lire, which
slutted In a h.i k bedroom. Is un
known. Mr. and Mr Tonry hud but
recently moved to Ueming from near
Mimbres ami the family la being taken
care of by kind-hearted nelghbora.
To Wh filing.
After wh'i.g your china In warm
soap and dip ea .-h Kecs In hut bluing
water before placing In the drainer,
and Ihe pure, clear whitenr will al
ways be retained and no yellow spots
will appear --Ht. laiut Htr
Tie HERALD win. AD gets
tfc Lest riulti.
PRO BT O
X A KVI
i-rooin frame; lot .'.uxH2; ditch
und city wuter; ahude and fruit
tree: good location; terms can
be made. Hee me at one.
J. 11. rrcAK.
111 West Central
Phone Itl. 4
FOR CARPET cleaning, furniture
and atova repairing. W. A. Quff.
Y(t don't have to pay an annual
premium In advance to secure pro
tection for your family. Invetlxate
our monthly premium plan. Kiult
a hit. Life, strongest In the world. W.
C. I'atterann, manager; T. A. Chris
tian, special agent; 10 Harnett llldg.
AMATKL'lt riluTOCHAPHKUH W.'
slu In the marl . fur negatives ul
Indiana mid leservniion scenes. Write
us, enclosing sample pom card or
print. Texas 1'nuto Co., HoX 0.17, 1C1
MAUHYffynVTre lonely. The II?
liable Confidential Successful club
has large numbers of wealthy, eligi
ble members, both sexes, wishing
early marriage. Inscription free.
Mr. Wruhel, Hog !. Oakland, Cul.
Mention Albuquerque Evening Her
ald when writing.
HALKHMKN To call on grocers, eon
fectloners, general stores; tlM
monthly and exiene; yearly con
tract. Manager, ID H. 2nd HI, Ht.
r'ALKHM K.V WANTKH Hesldlng In
or making small towns. Take or
ders on our special plan allowing re
turn of unsold good. Make quick
eny sales. 14 00 commission on each
order. Write for pocket outfit today.
Canlleld Mfg. Co.. JOB Higel Ht., Chi
AOKNTH Keyless padluck: work
like a safe; cleverest Invention ever
seen; sells like wildfire; Junes of Pit.,
sold 144 In ten days; profit 1(4 X0.
Thomas Keyless Lock Co., 393.1
W.iv ne Hid . Dayton, Ohio.
AtlKXTH- You can make I J ." to
a week selling guaranteed Alumi
num Ware. Complete oale course
free. A newer nulck to secure choice
of territory. Ulv. S3 1, American Alum
inum Mfg. Co., I,emntit, III.
WANTKH To buy or lease small
ranch, 4 to l'i acre; about one or
two miles from AHui.lUT.lle. F. C.
Young. Itox 33, City.
WANTKH Names anil nil dresses by
mall order houses; big pay; home
work: Information for slump. Direct
Appeal Co., Plymouth, Ind.
FOUR N1J0S ARE
Men Who Killed Medicine
Man and Started Trouble
on Reservation Sentenced
Phoenix. Arts., March 14. Judge
Haw telle. Marshal Dillon and other
officers of th United Htateg court,
who went to Prescott to hold
week's term of court, leturned last
evening after concluding their labors
In the mile high city. The most Im
portant cue tried was that against
lour Nuvajoe Inrin, charged with
the iniird. r of a medicine nun of the
tribe. A young woman of the tribe
was sick with pneumonia and the
inedittine limn was called to treat
her. but fulled to accomplish a cure
After her death, according to Ihe
custom of the noble red man when a
putient dies. It wua decided tu kill the
"doctor." Four of her neatest rela
t.ves were selected to du the job,
which I hey did with neatness and dis
patch nnd an axe.
After hi death the tiorty was per
mitted In remain linhurled und ex
posed for seversl day until some
other Indians came along snd gave
It burial The case wua given to Ihe
jury on Riturday evening, but It was
not until Hmiilav morning that a ver
dict was returned, finding the Indians
guilty of murder In the- second de.
free. Judge Haw telle pronounced
sentence on them Monday afternoon,
giv ing each of I hem ten years in the
l-dcrul prison at Atlanta. Da.
4'odfl.li l akes,
iri flaked codfish with twice it
measure of mashed potatoes Feasnn
with pepper, a little thyme and minc
ed parsley. Mold In little rske. roll
In beaten eti snd fine eriimhu snd
frv In dep fnt. OnrnUh with pnmley
or cress. Denver Times
Try a HERALD want AJ
Times : Three Dimes
l-room brlik; modern; cor-
ner New York avenue and Sixth
street. 12010 month.
No. SI New York avenue; S-
room brick; modern, tlt.lt'.
lloomlng llouae and Hotel,
Cenlral avenue ai a butx.iln, rent
llue on Central avenue with
1 acre land .1.r0.
Kan. h on Muuntaln li.m.l for
sal or rent.
Houses on South Kdith street
for sale cheap.
All kind of term.
run: ii ii.wo:
.MOXK.Y TO IAS.
llanches and lands; houses and
lots; business properly.
m'NHAH'H IIFAli INSTATE
Ml Gold Axe., Corner Tlilrd M.
WANTKD nepresentutlva fur our
linn, one that is interested In fruit
growing preferred, for our high grade
Colorado grown nursery stock. Den
ver Nursery Company, 4100 W. 4tb
Ave., Ixnver, Colo.
BPLKM.HU I' A Y I N t lit HINKtvH
ready for man to step into us dis
trict agent fur large corp. .ration pro
vided he run prove ability; satisfac
tory references required; inventmcnt
of not over tTiOO full secured; p' lltlon
worth t.l.nt'O per annum. K. W. Hall,
8. hill, r Itldg., Clil. 11K0. III.
NKW MKXICO Kmployment Agency.
All kinds of reliable, help on short
notice. Ill W. Silver gve. l'hono 48.
l-ul'NU Large "Ai.nh of keys. Own
er may have same by culling at
I lira Id office and paying for t''.is ad.
WANTKH To buy, sell or exchange
second-hand furniture. 12 West
'Hllver Ave. Phone lOtll.
FOR RENT Rooms.
FuU It KNT outside, steam heated
rooms; special rates by month.
West hotel, nil! North Hecond street.
FOIt KKNT Hunny, outside rooms.
Virginia Hutel, 233 4 H. 2nd Ht.
HINOI.H or housekeeping rooms, Lo
Angeles Hutel, tit Huuth Third Ht.
FOR RENT Ranch.
Foil I.KAHK 10 acre of good land
within one mile of Wlllurd, N. M.,
60 acres now level and under Irri
gation from pumping plant, flood
lunch houses. Party with sufficient
funds to operate pump and put In
crop can find bnrgaln by writing or
calling on J. II. Herndon at Ktate Na
FOR RENT Houses.
FOU II KNT 4 room modern rottuge,
close tn. Kent t22.ril. Wuter puid
Apply C. A. Hudson, 4th nnd Copper.
Ft 'P. 1 1 KNT All or part of nicely
f nrniHli.-d hoiiae at 31 H. Wullcr.
Apply I I j W. liold.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Foil H "I'HKKKKPIMl or w It II board.
Overlund Hotel, 309 '.i West Central.
on Monday, the ltjth day of March.
1KII at IV o'cleok a. m . In front of
tho City Jail on North Hecond street
I will sell one dark-hay stallion about
8 yr-urs old, will weigh iihout Boo lbs
while spot on forehead, branded 11
on left thigh, ulno branded on left
side of juw, on left Shoulder and
right hip: sadille murks on buck and
hair off of forehead. Also t'ght buy
horse about I year old, will weigh
i.hout fiOO lbs, right front font and
both hind feet white, white spot on
forehead, branded on P-ft thigh.
To the Htockhobler of the North
western Colonisation and Improve
ment Company of Chihuahua:
Notice I hereby given thut a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of
The Northwestern Colonisation and
Improvement Company of Chihuahua
will be held at the office of the com
pany. No. 12 Htern building. In the
city of Albuquerque, Hlale of New
Mexico, on the tlat dny of March,
114. at ten (10) o'clock In the fore
noon, for the purpose of considering
and acting upon a proposition for ra
tifying and approving the following
acts of the stockholders and direc
tors of this company In respect to the
foreclosure, appointment of Tomas
Macmunu and other attorneys tn
represent thk company, and other
acts in relation to all proceedings tn
court In the Republic, of Mexico or
elewhere to which thi company
was. or has been a party and with
reference tn the sale of the lands of
this company, and with reference to
the appointment of Manuel 1'. Villi
as resident agent In New Mexico of
this companv. and th removal of the
office of thi company from Iteming
tn Albuquerque and tu approve tha
ei Ion In quo wsrrnnto heretofore
nth. .rind In he taken against con
spirator acting or attempting to
set in the name of thi company and
for lha transaction of any and all
in connection llierew'th
hlch may properly eome before sal-J
Fy order of Ihe prenl.lent.
D. J PA HI. PI. Heoretsrv
Trr HERALD win, 4s, tley
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D.
rractlce Limited to
(.KMHI-I ltl H lilHKslC ,
nisrir or thp kiv.
Tle ItiuMTsun anil ognlil Tesjta,
8alvarssn "og" Administered.
Cltlxeoa' Dank Uuilding
Albuijuerqua flew Meglca
A. 11. KMOItll.lv, M. I.
Praclhv lmiiei to TunerrnhNila,
OHlia Hutira 1 to 4 p. ro.
i2IH West Central.
Albuquerque Sanitarium i'huna lit.
DRS TULL & BAKES
BpexlallMs Kye. yjtr. Not". Tliroat.
Blale NaiHinal Hank lil.lj.
SOLOMON 8. Itri'.TOX. M. D.
Iliysliiaa and Hurgeon.
Residence, (10 South Waller Street.
Office. Harnett Itldg., Phona 117.
im. 4. kii vn',
Rooms S and 1. Harnett llldg. Ovaf
O'Rlelly'g Drug Store.
(Appointments made by mall.)
JOHN V. VIIJ0
ItiMims 1-II-IH, Cromwell Hid,,
lies. Phone 1522 W; Office Phone 117
PA IX It. SKHiltK
4 rVinmiltliig Mining lngtnecr.
4 Kxamlnallona anil lleporta,
4 Hiainis 12-14, rrumwcll H! .
fxsov 11. norrih
Practical ami I n lo Pate Work.
Rooms 91 and S3. Whiting Rulbllng.
MANCHCIUl'TH RKV1SKU ready for
preaa. 4'leora H. Holmes, Harnett
llldg. t f die phone ; lea. 1510 J.
PCRL1C WORK; Notary. Julia Wil
cox, 1C Harnett llldg. Phone tui.
sgaaassasXMsaassasassssws- , easiaessaa4axasaxs
ALL KINDS, both new and aeeond
hnnd, bought, sold, rented and re
paired. Albuquerque Typewriter Eg
change. Phone 14 4. Ill W. Oold.
FOR, BALK Oliver typewriter, good
as new, I: 00. 121 West Oold. Phong
WANTKH W fcuy old gold and sil
ver Jewelry. Henneit'a. lit 8. Ind.
(i.i!. I) and silver filler work; obi
gold bought and sold; repairing:. N.
Ross, t2t Houth Hecond street.
.Mandolin, 1 lunar. Violin and Piuuu.
HI MONO Mt NIC M'HOOL
il! X. Hecond. phone 1785.
KX PK UT furniture repairing and
packing. We also buy and sell second-
h:i mi furniture. Crown Furniture.
Co. 115 H. Second Mt Phone tJ4.
FOR SALE Automobiles.
FOR HALF 40 horse power automo
bile. Call lit N. 12th Et.
WANTKH ut once, between 150 and
200 goats. Will puv :.0O. 13 25
and 12. .'.0. AdilriK W. 1 Trlmbl
Co., 311 West Copper. Telephone)
For Sale Miscellaneous
Foil HAl.K Circular. quarter-oak
dining tulde with l.utT. t und six
chali tu iiiuuh: one quarter-oa k la
dles' writing d.sk and chair: one In
cheat. Cheap tu quick buyer. In
quite a Ountuir', 2:4 Went Uuld.
HIloK KKI'.VIKIN.J while you wail.
Het equipped slu.p in city. JOil
Fut Central. 3 block eut of Depot.
Hhllll At Hever.
KXI'KItT Hhoe Kejulting F. Uur
rule. New ud dress. 4 1 1 W. Central.
AI.VAItAlxi Hhoe Hhop t-iri- In
repairing. Ladies and gent ruh
her nceU 4u cent; h.ilr ol... & cents.
K. Vuqtiex. 2ii7ti Wet Cehtrat.
JuIONEY TO LOAN.
il.i.NKV To LOAN Money advanced
to rallw&y and other employes oa
aslsKcs or houiehold goods, without
removal. I'nlon lajan Co.. aver I irat
National Ha ok.
Full HAI.K Ii.) u.'tce In r'narpo
county, Arkaiuin; to acres In cultivation-.
2 'I In l.,ver and alfalfa, It
acres young apple orchard; balsac
In timber Th. land can all be cul
tivated. U00.I woven wire fenc;
new ix-riom frame daelllng, bam
and other out building; live spring
and good cistern: one nuie from;
church and school; three mlli-a from
rn Iroud aiation, Pru-e tJ.Soo: snuil
ei payment ami L.ihm-e to anil
purchaser. AdJns F. M. J royle.