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THE EVENING HERALD, AtBUQUEItQUE, N. M.. TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914.
The Evening Herald,
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rur. t.i mmj ii t it i it. ic.
i:i nih;K H VAI.I.IANT. Mnnsaer
II II. IIKMNO KUIlnr
riihllahrd rry afternoon -
'.. r', in. lay. ill 124 Nutih Second
Hiinl, All.ii.i.T'iuc, . M.
1 . 1. 1 r-r-l n sc. -nnd .1 , s niKt'er
lit ihe p..at.,nVe ill A I Imiiiii ft m.
N M , under th Art Murih ,
i .in- month by mml or csrrlpr . 0c
on, week liv carrier I -r
inn- year liy null nr carrier
In ndsnne !.UU
tm m a
Itualnraa I ifflce . .
I.ililc.t ml It.x.m.
III M ss l'IK1M Hi.
CllW.ii: hi I. nalnllve rnnlrnl In
New M.xi.o would teem l'i I"
milling mi.tr IH'T IfH Ihun B
pliin Imainc imposition In In
people .f tin- Unit. K..r the past
ten win, in tin no further liai k--lillil
III" I -1 r a I Roes hack I i the
il .ik imi'K Hi" nineties - Itepul.Ii-i-nn
l-K ihIii I lit o after ltfiitlilli nil IcK-imIiiIiim-
has irifl ul flint- l'e. l-".ach
mil cveiy uni linn hecn marked by
mi n i wiiii' "f anything resembling
wise, unselfish IcKialutlon for the
l.i'Ht interests t the people. Knch
In turn hni been made notable '
li-KiKlaiiitn lor personal ami private
polili.al anil business interests. V'.mb
i, w has ln-iii made notorious b
some s.mid..l like the so-called Haw
kniH liill nf lH, under whir"! rail-
tula ni'tp rvcinplcd frimi the lu
ul the land. iiihI the no less nntor
hum Itiii.in 44'' itnldeiit of the Inst
ii. -ifiiniily. In which the cuah fr voter
una on i ho lalili'.
Lip-rally we have had Itcpuhllrnn
nxHi-mlily niter llcpubliiiin osaeiiibly
d uiwhil linr, in publication niiiili'rn for
miiiiiii'i'. neither for publisher or
people, or (ir the lnt.r-nl or pro
tiMiiini nf either, bill fr the protec
lion of politician of Uouiitf ul repu
l in. .ii anil devious methods, anil for
ll. bciictit i.l fee hunting lawyers:
In taxation inntlcr. IciclslHttng fr
Hip I.Ik Interest. Inml grant, live
Mock, mining, and never for the man
with a little hmt nnd a amall aav
Iiikk I ii nk account.
The Itcpulilicnn attorney general
.f Xi-w MpxIio ha nald truly that
xvhut Npw MpxIi'o need moat la
li-KlHlnliir. Mr. Clancy know. H
if. not miant t.i bi Infprrnl that thprc
h:ip Iippii no K"inl nin In lhpe at
lt...ul'llan iPKlalaturon. 1 hpre liuvr
l.i.n r-in h mpn. Hut In th caao f
.ih iiikI pviry onr, they hav liPn
,.vpiln-lnipil; rwpt aalilo r run
i.mt l.y Hip "InlHlpr Inriiipni'pa tvhl.'h
li:ip iil.aoliilply t-oiilrollpil Hip an1'".
Mli-i. un.l-r thP giiUp f he lti ul.ll
ran plalp nrKiinlu.tlon.
Npw MrXI.'o hna not trl.'il a 1pI
lutiirp In whl. h 1)piihm rata lia.l h'l
control. It would 'pm to he a luil'l
luulipr of 1uhIiipb uppdlpni y. utter
ly without riKurd to .oltti.. to turn
ilown th IK.ul.llian imK-hme 'n
-pry li-Kit-hili"' dii.tii.1 In thu. iip
1 1, ik trur iio.l kIv 'r "'-' "
,.W .fill III I.KWi'HVP MI.IIIU "
.rnllr fif-rf, n NoVPtntiPt 1 PPrtaln
ii any ...iiimbI .piialnty ran bp.
W hi- irppnt omliiloiiti In arta of
iIip PH. to iMi.iirup mpll Into Hip
ii in .i. In n, thr lalamlty howl of UIK
iiimmraa and Dip l!pulillan irpa
iiimlil h.ii. a M.. rfnl t ffr. I on Dip
I'.rn lo t i.iitir' aj. Long In forp Iho
plp.tloii, li..npr, Ihp nnirpcpilpfit'd
. ropa il uip nioti'd, and a kind
of pelf itciiiiinatrnl Inc .roaPrltv Will
h.iv. mrip ai hi. h no amount of c a
lamity howling i an In. p.. to Influrnrn
In (hi- Im p of 111' an condition It i"
.l.iilifil pii If u a ol'tluilailr a I"'
Mk.iI l.liimlprpr 'ia Mr. Hlllc' own
tui 1 1 v a kiiowli-ilKP him to hp cHti
immlgraljnn. In thP rprpnt ldit of
W. J. Whiip, .rpa agpnt lor thp vp-y
aiirrppaful lininigrallon l.rnni-fc of IhP
l ana.lian parlmprit of Dip Interior,
hpforp Hip rp.pnt ad. mn' ronvpn
ti.in In Toronto, on "Advprllalng IhP
ltiiirrp of a "oiinlry."
Iially nipr and iiingmlnca lirlng
liugp rpturna In othrr klnda of l.ual
tiPaa," auld Mr. Whit', "but In nd
vprtiping thp iPaourrpg of a rminlpy
(he .r..liii ilv. npaa (,f the anil, th
I'nx'urliig of fipoplp to work It -they
arp of amall romparativp lup to I hp
nrli ultural and wprkly country
l.rpaa. ThP laat riainpil rriPdlum
rp. h the clapa wp want tha nior.
ip. pIvp hlmaclf into hoppf iiln.aa of, to whom argumpnta about thp agri-
riilturnl rpanitrcpa apppal.
"A for copy, wa uap.l two kind.
Wp kept running almoat rmil.tiiHnia
ly In thP puppra i uapd a amall d'
I'lii v a annoiinrlng a Ho-m ra fnrm
In w.'Hpni 1'iin.nlii frpp, and hnvo
glvrn In coniipctlon with thla a Hat of
Hi- in ii t r i ii I party a.utia.
N"l a.i larirp a 1 'cino. tall.' tniijorily
a ill lp tiiiiii .l to .oiiicnax, but n.i
oiip who tonal. I.ra I hi- ailmitlon Im-
parililly will ...ul. that thp major
ity will lp filf and i orvlin lng
Sinrp ihp I'lvll war mid-udinlnla-
trutlon n.ngrf amnnl pl.'i tlona havp iiK'titn from whom liiformnt Ion could
hn-n algnllb nut aa f...'. iiallng th bo iirrd.
rpaull of IIip piiriilng prPaldPhlhil Thla ha bppn aupplpmontpd by
plpi tlon Thp party that win two ' printing aa rending notlcp Ipttpr of
yp.ita nflpr Inniigiiriilion day hn actual eel tier a who havp au recclr.l.
1 n Hip Miti.il.nn party at thp next I dcwrlpt i p article ilPtitiling the
Ki ni rnl I'lciion. All political rule j poaailiiitu- f,.r ihp apttlpr. thp an-
arp luil.le to bp r'Vprapd, but with
thp next In. nap Itein.x ratio the
chnnep will hp atrnngty on thp lda
of thp tpmorrat In ll: and natur
ally o, fr It will bp taken a a pop
ular Indnrapmrnt of !pm ratio pol-l.'lea.
I4M1KH Ml ItHt MIJ.IMh.
A NDI1EWS hn drawn
flrat blood In t!io llepub-
lUmn fight for thp nomi
nation for congrpa. Thp Kd.ly coun
ty cominittpp of I hp ltrpubllcan
met ypBtcrday and piulnraed Mr. An
drew for thp imnilnotlon. It haa
bppn hinted by
mml crop atatiatli', Hip demand for
farm help and audi other Hung a
Would bp of Interest to the pr.wpe.'
tlP pettier. Hut n no aenae havp
wp nttpmpte.! in digiiiao thla or
makp thP re:i.r bellpvp ih.it It w.ia
anything other than paid advert !lng
Indian Dentists of
a Thousand Yean Ago
That the art of tilling teeth With
fur. Inn aiil.atan.'p wna known to wir
Ioiih aliorliilnul tribca ol the Ainpri-
likin.l pprnn thatjen hutnlri IM of .nia l.cfoie the "ol-
IhP Influence of the Andrew oil well uinl.l.in era, perhap nei a th.iua:ind
promotion had a lot to do with thl
very parly nail timely piid.iraeineiil.
Hut thl la not at all fur. Kd.ly
county Republican alwny havp been
for Andrpwa, pver alnce he flrat ap
pcarpd on our oalonlahed political
The Andrew endorsement n
for"cnted by the Herald' corrp
apon.i.nt gpvpral dnya ago. put a
) i nr iiK.i, i tact tn.it h .' ..ceil
aiiuw n in arcnuelogiKla .r aonie
time Among Hip l a. linn anthropnli
giat of thla country ia lir. Marrhnli
II. Ha vll lc, Knul.at profcaaor ol Amer
lean archaeology In t'oluinl.lu univer-
aiiy. In hla aclentifle lneatia.iti.na
In the wcat coaat pruMioea of K ua
dor and Columbia he Ima made in in
valuulilc dlt over lea. Ill first vli
to thl region waa made In the Bum
mer of I!u6. In a communication to
more Intere.tlng feature of the Kddy ' , ..
. cantata held at Vienna In 1908,
county Itppubllran meeting waa Umn)( ther Intereating detail wni
matter of nmlaaion. M. 8. Orov".)!),, following account dealing with
chairman of the Plate corporation I tha aubject of decoration of the
rnmmiaaion. la chairman of tha F.ilily . wtB.
Story of tha
arrYto riftrtac pm(." HMa
Kan" "ia Tika" aa.
iZrafpaaiaiDON J. LA VIM
(Comrrtght. 114, by Fl.-k A. MuaaayJ
(Ouillniicil from Monday.)
county Republican rommittpa. Hugh
If. William, drove' Republican col
league on the Mate corporation com
miaalon. la a candidate for renomlna
tion by the Rppubllcan for the pt
he now hold. The Kddy county llf
lubticon.IT"rrfelP r.p.il'jllon are
'liioled to u correctly, enthunlnailc-
Another cuttom which .. found
In Knipra)daa. and which, ho far ub
we are aware, la nut preai-nt In any
other pari of Holith America, I the
decoration of the teeth by the luaer
tlon of inlay In amall pcrn.nitmna
nil in Hip enamel of thp uuper incla
or. Thla ruatom of deeorailng the
teeth waa ijuite common In varlou
C1IAIUM N 1I1I.I.F.S of the Tte
pul.li. an national committee,
la a cheerful aolll. Moat men
l.!t. r experiencing what Hill. did In
the laat national en in pa inn in the
way of general diaregard for hi"
Mcwa mid hi feeling would feel Iikp
t.ik ng ut Laat it coiiHervatlve view
i.f thinKN. IIMIe ilaiined the Hei"
Ii. .u f laft, three week before the
ttilone ha him, nnd It la aal.l by ht
!,.,., ,la that b.i actually believed In
In, . I . m. Jt la ! Burpt.aiiig there
that ft nnili capable of u. h cf
,I..M"i..n fhmild be f .un.l now pre
.1,. I.i g that the K. publlcam HI
tonirol il.e r'xt honae of rcpreBenta
nv. a v:v. i. bud Tut fiilei ti tarry
l '.all. ii ia i i.mal le Ilillea UU would
11,-iK. .h.. l.i in. At thia elly
in lb" t nipiiinn pn-.lutlon 'lo not
mi... nut I., nit h. cxpei inllv from
I i. .ph. t ..j the Hi. b a cal'Ur.
II o i . . i ! I v to be expected that
Hi,, I .. in... r ut I.- inuj. rliy In the Imx
iv l. iiith loimreaa will be ub larg
aa b :a In the prepent toligrea". 'I
the 4'd in. mber Cf the hoiwe the
1 k iii... rata lime about 'i: 0, v hlch I
mi .il.n. .inn. I in.tjority. Tim party
an Iopp m coiiHider.ible number of
diBirbta In NnvnnSi r und 'till have
an cfT. llvp working nmioiity,
If the It" publl.Hii w.re united
Hore would be il .me. r. t.aturally
that the I ii iii... r t in.rfht I" con-j
liol In Hip houae. Hut the prngr-j
:e Mid ft a nil pi. I eb IliPlil of the
I:, pul l., fin party are a far apart
In inary diatrl.ta Ba they wpip In
I'M- The ilirTctcnc.B ai apparent
ir II, .t prty in New Mexico are no
I.e. ; PP'irenl In other ainte where
ninv ' oiiuieaamen ar to be elected
Ii n. fi l of one. ThP difference
i,!..ne would be uf. lent I" Inaur a
r .ni nuaiK.ii of the lemo. ratlc ma
J..r.iy pven were there a atrong turn
rr fx.p.ilar feeling agalnat th Wllon
a.lir.mialralion. The uMer lack of
vl l.n.p t.f any uch turn In public
pvnt.M,.-.t nd the .reen every
where of trnrig fxipiilar approval of
nan of Mexico, where different net-
ally endoraed the alata corporation lnSH wpre uae.l. In the Mayan area,
commlpalon' work, but utterly for- ua fur aouth aa Salvador, the object
got to ay a word about William or moat often uaed for the inlay wal
., ,, , ., , , JndeltP. In Mexico, for example In
hi candidacy. 1 hi oinlaaion aeema """. . -,i.
itaxaca, I nave loun.i i..ni...n.-
to lend n dprppr color to the rumor V,ra t.ruli our.ii..l ha been
that there I on open aw Itch ahead f,,un.l: and In other purt leeth with
of Mr. William which ha been netting of rock crlal, obaldlan, and
opened and .piked down by Hip He- cement have been fnl. We
. . , havp never heard of thl diatom in
publican tatp organisation: and that ,.,,,,, r ,lUl , Eampraldaa.
hp 1 due to he ditched. j ln Atacame. kull havp 4cen found
It I Intereating to note that on the Wnh tiny dlak of gold act Into the
aame day the Kd.ly county Republi- teeth In the ame manner a In Mex
ean forgot to mention Hugh Wll- " " "-al AM-rlcn with thP cx-
eptlon of the material.'
llama candidacy for the commiaalon , , ... .,,
' Jn th June number of the nul
la whl.h. If the imlae can be taken j(m of (h- pnn Ampricnn Tnlon,
a pvl.leiicp, hp hna been the boiler. yViiahlngton, r. C, appeara a revlPW
driving wheel, electric headlight and of rrnfeor favllle'a lateat puMlia-
....... i.. . ...ii- !.. "Pre. Columbian Decoration oi
it. IM F i ifo.il i i m iiuioiru iuii ....... - - - ---
road men. ea. h with a vote, tinnnl
""All rtghl."' agrT una. a he yield
ad rwlurtantly to renaou. "It ain't be
catiae I'm a Mexlcnn rltlion I jut
want to atop that man "
He walked bark to the houae, Jug
gllng his ualM gun and keeping hi
eye on the dlatanl ridge. And then,
In a cborti of defiant yell, the men
In tha federal trencliea began to hoot
In an alrllnn the distance waa om
thing over a mile, but at the flrat acat
tering volley tha rebel halted and
fired a volley In return. With a. vlrlou
pang a few atray bullet mabd
agalnat the reverberating ateel tank,
but no onj a hurt, and the defend
er, drunk with valor, begau to ahoot
and yell like mad.
The bullet of the rebel, fired at
random, atruck up dual Jet In every
direction, and from the lower part of
the town came the snouting of the non
combatant Mexican a they ran bore
and there for helfer. Rut by the
trenchea, and In the rear of the black
tank, tba great crowd of onlooker
perflated, ducking as each iicceive
bullet hit tha tank and shouting en
couragement a the defender emptied
their rifles and reloaded with clip after
The rifle rattled a continuous vol
ley; spent bullets leaM-d like loruat
across the flat; men ran lo and fro,
now crouching behind tbe tank, now
stepping boldly into the open; and the
defiant shout of tha defender almost
drowned tha walla of tbe women. Ks
cept for one thing it waa a battle
there was nobody hurt
for the first half hour the Ameri
cans stayed prudently under cover.
busying themselves at the suggestion
more ; ' fhpy' ptTiufeJ'aVT be f u II' be Us of
tha American guard and demanded
them as tbelr right ; and wben tha
Americans refuwad to yield tiiey flew
Into a rage and threatened.
All In all. It was a pitiful exhibition
of hot hPSdPdnpsa and Imbecility. Bad
only the flrtnneae of the superintend
ent prevented a real spilling of blood.
The Mexican retired ln a huff and
broke Into the rantlna, and aa tha
night ramo on the valley re-echoed to
their drunken ehoutlnga.
fluch waa war aa the Bnnorana con
ceived It, When Hooker, Handing his
guard In tha corredor, encountered
j Oracla Aragon on her evening walk.
he could scarcely conceal a grin.
I "What are you laughing at, Bentir
I 1 looker TM aba demanded With asperity.
"la it so pleasant, with a houseful of
I frightened women and Screaming chil
dren, that you should make fun of our
, plight T"
I "No, Indeed," apologised Hud; "noth
ing like that. Sure mut be bad In
there I atay outside myself. Rut I
reckon It'll aoon be over with. Tbe
Mexicans here In town bay ahot off
all their ammunition and I reckon tha
rebel have done tha same. Llka aa
not they'll all be gone t.mionow, and
then you can go back home."
"Oh, thank you for thinking about
me!" she returned with a scornful curl
of the Up. "Rut If all men were as
open as you, Mr. Hooker, we woman
Would never need to ak a nueatlon.
This morTili.y you told me I did not
l.no wbai I was talking an"ut now I
presunu you are thl; .'.I'-.g what cow
ard the aiexlrana arei
"Oh, I know! You need not deny Ul
You are nothing but a great big Te-
janol Yea. I waa going to say 'brute,'
but you are a friend of dear I'liU a, and
bo 1 will hold my tongue. If It waau't
for that. I'd" She paused, leaving
him to guess.
"Oh, I do wish ha wera here," she
breathed, leaning wearily againat the
white pillar of an arch and gaming
down through the long arcade.
"It was so close In there." she con
tinued, "I could not stand It a minute
longer. Tbeaa ludlan women, you
know they weep and moan all tbe
time. And the children I am ao sorry
for them. I cannot go now, becauae
they need me; but tomorrow If 1'hll
were here I would leava and ride for
"Hare yon seen Del nr todoy? No?
Then all the better he must be polic
ing the town. It Is only of him I am
afraid. These rebels ara nothing I
agree with you! Not I am not angry
with you at all now! Rut tomorrow,
just at duak. when all I atlll aa It la
at this time, then. If Hill wero bere
I would mount my brave horse and
ride out by the western paas."
She ended rather Inconclusively, let
ting her voice trail off wistfully as she
wslted for htm to speak, but something I
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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
United States Depository.
Santa Fe Ry. Depository.
thp Teeth In Ecuador," In which the
i..,v..r aiute that the finding ol
moiialy endoraed William a the one llth nij wtn gold, turquole. and
and only corporation cotniniasloner other tihlnnrea. In tha skull and
on the lan.la.npe. The bov own the among the skeletal remains of abo-
votea. but the machine own. the rlg.nee who lived In varloua part ol
nomination. It looks bad for Wll
I in i m.
1XMIK WHO'K Jltltlv.
the American continent prior to the
KponlMh disci.verle ha been a mat
ter of neciiliur interest. "Whether
thl Insertion of foreign auhstsncei
In the enamel of the teeth wa al
ways or merely decorative purposes
or whether at time It may have
been to ervp a userul end ha been
a mooted c,nctlon. The general con-
enau of opinion nmnng aninropoio
of a few American women in providing
a flrstald hospital on the sheltered, within n.oved Hooker to
porch. Then, aa no wounded came to' peace, and he looked out over the town
fill It aial the rebels delayed their : without commenting on Jier plnns. It
charge, one man after another climbed ; was evident to him that she was deter;
up to the trenches, ostensibly to bring' mined to enlist his sympathy and In
down the Injured. I volve him In her wild plot, and each
Aa soldiers and bystanders reported time the conversation veered In that
BO one bit, and the bullet flew harm- direction he took refuge In a stubborn
leasly past, their solicitude turned rap- silence.
Idly to disgust snd then to scorn. "What are you thinking of, Mr.
Strange a It may seem, they were dl- Hooker?" ho aked at laat, aa he
appointed at the results, and their re- gated into the dusk. "Ronu'llmna I
marks were derogatory as they com- eculd you and so met I me I try to
mented on the bravery of peloties and please you, but I never know what you
Mexicans in general think! I did not mean that when I
From a dread of Imminent attack, of aald I could read your thoughts you
charging rebel and retreating defend- are ao different from poor, dear PhU!"
era, and a fight to the death by the "M m m," mumbled Rud, shifting hla
house, they came suddenly to a desire feet, and his face turned a Utile grim,
for blKd and battle, for dead men and "Aha!" ahe cried with 111 concealed
tha cries of the wounded; and all fuar satisfaction, "you do not like mo to
of tba iuaurrectoa left them. call him like that, do you? "Poor, duar
"Coma away, boys," grunted the Phil," Itke that! Hut do you know
burly roadmaster, who up to then had why I do It? It 'Is to puulsh you for
lod In tha work; "we wasted our time never coming near me when I signed
on that hospital there'll be no wound- to you when 1 waited for you long
flW come the Ttoy Fpanlah-
American and ilt-poica that
ngrBMiuin H. R. Fergus-
aon has been gett.ng things done In gists ts that ornamentation wa the
(he petialon bureau, citing Instance sole object.
in which Mr. I-erguaaon ha secured 1-aat summer Prof. Pavlllo returned
ter for New Mexico people with sat-1 lubie ,IwPtmeng. among them being
Isfai-llon oiol dispatch, jvppareniiy , one of unUaual Intereat. deacrineu u
Mr, t'erguason ha been a regular) the profesaor n follow:
..I ... . ,. ..i rt
congressman, although ha han't -in the pring oi iu.
been saying much about IU It has' on. or ine n,.ie. " r""-" '"' "
. " ... . m .v. .h.itown In the province of I.m.raldiis.
about 12 nub' southwest of the city
of Ksmeraldas, found a skeleton In
been generally supposed that tha;
pension bureau waa purt of tha per
sonal peruuisltp of W. II. Andrews,
a burial tube on the right bank ol
ed. Let's take ourselves back to the
house and have a quiet amoke."
"Right you are, Kd," agreed tha mas
ter mechanic, aa ha turned upon his
heel In disgust. "Thai ain't war
tbera Mexican think they're working
(or a moving-picture show!"
"I bet you 1 'an go up on that
ridge," announced Hooker, "and clean
out the whole bunch with my atx-
ago! An, you were ao cruel! i want
ed to know you you were a cowboy,
aiid I thought you were brave enough
to defend me but you always rode
right by. Yea, that waa it -but PhU
waa different I II came when I sent
for him; he gang song to me at night;
he took my part against Manuel del
Key ; and now "
"Yea!" commented Bud bntskly,
nnd that when that gentleman grace- tha Rio Atacame. Just "'
fully retired from h,. official conn.c- , J- , JH. ak-., Wiethe
tion in asningion ine i.urenu cease.. on..n,,.j himself with breaking ott
to rust, so far as New Mexico wus ,B ,up,.rl,.r maxillary, throwing the
concerned. real of the skull aw.iy. When I vis
The New Mexico newspapers while lied th. town In June of the ore-
rni year for the purpose of making
Andrew. . In congres used to , upplcmet,i rny
carry a st.ady Column day after day, trnivr work. I obtained the frag-
recountlng the activities t.r Andrew ,n,.nt. The two upper middle teeth
In securing pensions. In one way or are decorated by Hip Insertion of thin
. . . .,,1,1 disks In ruvltle orinea or ooreu
another every penalon that ever had '" . f . lh
. n Hi enamel on the lace or ine
been granted to a New Mexico citl- pi(h A unll. dental feat. In
sen since the war of Isll got Into H del 1 1 1 . i n to the decoration, la found
the Andrew list. In the right middle tooth. This Is
That Mr. Fcrg.iason has bPPn abl- nt a right mid. lie Incisor, but t a i right
later,,) incisor which dop not belong
to form a connection with the pen- Jw ,lllalll,( , Tr.
sion office and secure action there in ,H(.V lnt, nrlil.ll.. Incisor. TMs la
behalf of his constituents ia gratify- such an extraordinary feature that
ing to his friends It show com- f must weigh very carefully the
... . , evidence to Ha having been found
,n.ndabl. entPrpn.. on hi. part and ,;rJi" 1 ,.,. ,h(.r n0 r.
demonstrates the tact that he neds q douM mt (h reuai.rrn,, ),
a pres agent. genuine triumph of the ancient
'dentist of Atacamea."
TIIK lhl.l l I, (tll MIIY PltKKH. Another (kail showed teeth that
had been "face-crowned" wuh gold.
IIEItK la an Interesting point the enamel Having oeen Kiiiuuy re
for community dverll-er. ". h'r ,r,',,1"
I re i ii ueoi. in ,.-.-., ....-- ,.. -
shooter before u could bat your with his mind on "dear Phil s" finish,
ye." 1 and ahe turned to peer Into bis face.
Rut the superintendent wag Bflt so "So that la It!" she aald. "You do
aura. not trust me. You think that I am not
"Never mind, boys," he said. "We're your frleud that I will serve you as
worth a lot of ranaom money to those ba waa served. Is thst what you ara
rebels snd they won't give up so quick. thkJlI
And look at this now my miners com
ing back! Those ara the boys that will
fight! Walt till Chtco and liamon
Mendoia get after them!"
He pointed as us spoke to a strag
gling baud of Honnrana, led by tha
much-vaunted Mendoxa brothers, aa
they hurried to save tha town, and a f
cheer went tip from tbe trenches as i
tha federals beheld reinforcements.
But ft change had come over the Are- Ai Bv FfVw FfO I Her Troutlcs,
aatlng miners, and they brought other I . nr
rebels In their waka. ( lot finds Better Way.
Aa they trudged wearily into town
and sought shelter among tba houses
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Till hank la a ilcalcnalcd d-wwltM-y for t'nlti'd Mate
funds which fi al lorila the aapurance iliat lt manager
nu-ni I- i-on-i'rvatltn and lliut Ma caplul anil siirdu are
ample fur Hie protia Hon of all lca.lta, hat la con-lih-rel
aafrty try tlie I'ulM'd Wales ;ovcrnnrinl la isr
lalnly safity for every cHiufi.
You am cordially Imllcd to opevi a rlHN'klng ai mint
Willi till Mining bank anil lo avail yourwlf of tlie run
eiiifiice anal saft't) which mi Ii an atiMtunt will bring.
enemy had suffered losses It was only
by Bonis such chance. Out wben tba
Sonorao patriots, holding up their
empty belt, cam clamoring for am
munition, tba man by the big bousa
took in tha real catastropba of tha
Seventeen thousand rounds of tha
precious thirty-thirties bad been de
livered to tha excited miners and now.
except for what few the Americana bad
saved, there was cot a cartridge la
and especially those coinni'in- ,,. Bo much for th Indian camp. Very soberly tba superintendent
n. Kr-.dr.t s course makes Ueuto. IllU-s seklug to induce wgi.cultural ..muu of a thousand ).r agu. ar"-ed .he leaders that ha b-d no
Columbia. Tenn. "Many a lime."
ays Mrs. jegkie ihrp, ot this rUcc,
I wished I wouia aa? ana oe renrvca
a great body of men appeared on tba
oppoaite ridge, firing down at them as
K v a . h mt mA 'l Ktt 1. 1 ,.l,Mt
turned into a l,,n,ance shooting SUS W2fS
oonlest, with tha rebel on tha ridges Mmeltllnf, toclp lie, and stayed Inbcd
and tha defenders In tha valley, and "- time. I could not da m
finally, as tha day wore on and a thun
derstorm came up, It died out alto
gether and the rebels turned back to
Except for one lona federal who bad
Tlie least mount ot work tired m
out. My head would swim, gnd I would
tremble lor an hour or snore, finally. I
look Cardul. the woman's Ionic, and I
am not bothered with paint any more,
a a a . .. . Ia. a
shot himself by accident tbera waa not I tn(1 ( do., havi - 0 .j, ' ,acli
a single defender hurt, ana u , ajn louna ana weu M au my uoubK.
Cardul troe to all tt weak spots and
helps ta maka them strong, it aus w;ih
nature not against her. It ia lor tiie
tired, nervous, irnlable women, who led
as ii everything; were wronK. and need
something to quiet their nerves and
Strengthen Uus worn-out system.
II you are a woman, suffering from any
ol the numerous symptoms oi womanly
trouble, take Cardui. It w(U tielp yuu.
At all r!nity.U. .
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