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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. II., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914
The Evening Herald.
THK rVl-MNCi 1IEII4M, lC.
I1EORCR . VA1-UANT. Manager
If. . MKNINO Kdltnr
Published vrjr afternoon ex
cept Sunday, at It4 North Mecnnd
Street, Albuquerque, N. M.
Entered eecohd -clasa matter
I the poatoffVe tt Albuquerque,
N. M., under lha Art of March 1,
one month by mail or carrier. Imp
Out week try carrier lie
One year by mall or carrier
IB BAiv0-- It.l'U
fiualnaaa Office. .
Editorial Kdoms. .
Mil. MitlTII'H IKTIFIt.
SOME pf the statements lii a let
ter on the taxation needs of
lht lMtc by Mate pteiiator
Isaac llarih. whhh appears in Ihe
Herald today, meei fully our views
aa lo remedies ir exi.n Ing evils,
ome do ikiI. Benatnr tliirth hns en
tirely misunderstood the Herald If
he enni lodes thot we have heen
standing up for the assessors. We
hae not The iuu"a,,r of this Hale
have not been doing their duly. Our
poeitmp was and I, ho ever. Ihnt
the assessors are- loss al tnult than
the evlein. and we fully agree with
the senator thot it la Ihu tax dodger
who la almost wholly responsible for
the evils In our present saytent. the
tai dodder and the ayatem which
makea It possible for him to he a
tax dodger. Thla ayatam haa been
rrealed by the Itepubllriin political
mai hlua In thla atute, for thp benefit
if Ita uwnera, the Interests which ore
the i hlef tua dodgers. No change ln
that ayatem pan ever le expected
while the Hcpubllean murhinc hua
any controlling intloence in the atate
legislature; for the existence of the
Heouhllcan machine, legislative con
trol and the bit tax dodder are In
separably bound up together.
An aaaeaaor la tint guiltless when
he fells to do hla duty. The email
taxpayer U not without guilt when
he makea a false aaMemniPtit return.
Itut the rt.lt and mult of both of
theae la aa nothing In the light of the
ekillfully organised ayatem of legal
ised tax dodging which .e call our
taxation eyxt in and for which the
Republican machine, dnlnar the bid
ding of ita muster, the protected in
terest, hM saddled upen this atate.
Wreak the control of that machine
on the iegixlalure and ou have
broken It grip on Hie taxation ma
chinery. The way la simple and wide
THK KTUKNroi'H MITT.
BKIN'U a Iteuliltan In rierna
lUlo County, New Mexico, la
just one blamed rhing after
another. Having come Into a
enmity where waa a well orgnnlxed
hosa ayatem running under a smooth
and efficient boea, men standing for
the principle of the Kenu oilcan
paty when ihry waie right Juat nat
urally had to- bust the svstern nnd
smash the boew. ft waa the duty of
any good flepuhlican.
The Job reunited sLx long and ar
duous yeara of lull nnd trouble. The
results were b lienmcrnlir atate gov
einiiient. a Dcmnrrntii' congressmiin
and Ihe lerU'nty t conltnued Pcin
(xrutk: dominuiice in the atate for
aoine years to come.
Ine result which should not be
Overlooked la another boas who
seems lo lie thoroughly trained in
the tricks of the trade; and who ap
parently la 1I1 leriintod to run the
show, even if It runs over nnd annl
ht biles certaii. gentlemen directly re
epouaible for ttie continued political
existence of an Id hoe. The new boss
In fact seemr to have mlded aoine
aitlstlc touches to the profession of
bosalstn will' h are unniue. True he
hua able advisers. There are states
men liko John V. Wilson, t'harles
( bidwii k and n.or Hoatrighl be
hind him. And when those men get
to manuging prlinmies, the luieel m
puiiiteul fineaae may be looked for.
Anyone doubting this is lef erred tu
lha auspicious Induction into the
spotlight of our tnergete. and ttfl
It doea beat the band how busi
ness keepe up in Ihe liepubllcan
patty In Hernullllo rounty.
tlu tu It, gentlemen; the guine la
tipen and lb going la good.
lIKl:sK I'llOOP MAN'.
A NTIIHOI'uI.'KlirAL sharps
havg been discussing; the
proposition Dial the man of
the future will be without teeth and
hair. There U nu more rigid law of
pairua than that the useless perishes
Th hat erforni the function for
which the hair waa designed, and the
teeth are being put out 01 business
by prcinasticaled and predlgested
foods, lio hair and teeth. It la eon
tended, will pass away.
And why not the stomach. tooT
redigeeted foots leave It nothing to
do. Indeed by a. recent operation a
Ba a wag relieved of gore atomach
and he ainte been well and comfort
able. It hue allcudy been suggested,
suvs thp fit it teh Medical Journal,
ihnt the termllmm appendix should
lie removed from every Infant aa
rnuiine measure. Thua relief would
be gained from one troublesome or-
uun ibnl baa fallen Into disuse. Hut
ttila l dimly Insufficient The sur -
gcry of the luiuie muet iiiclude far
more than thin The tonsils and tur
binate hones of the nose must also
In cut out, because thy may harbor
td'iniK Winn vriniihiii'l l.nrip rnlle
the ' Ihi inn n rtHiniol ' Uihi c, ihn
l.irie intertlne rnut be removed,
nl'iiig with a connlderable portion of
the alimentitry canal, hecniiN It glve.llml
trouble and won't be tie'-ded
w are living
on tabloid 1 1 ii nt" tni
The readily decaying teeth era al
rendy pulled out early In life and
the iieruiproiif at itc variety I nun-led.
The falling human eye will be antici
pated by epeclai lea In enrly youth.
tcf blent morul renae nnd degener
ncy may anon be treated by ventila
tion of the brain anil remowil of of
fending arena. Thua defended ngnlntit
the pellla of rlvillrni ion, the man of
the future mny lie able tn journey
through life to defv thp rountlca
enemlea that aeek to rob him of
heiilth and the puraiiit of hnpplneaa.
Kilt Mltl ltIM I.TU.
PARTIAL returns from the 'cen
aua of bird which, lor thn first
time In Ita hUtory the rnited
St.ntes government Is now tindcrtnk
;ng. indicate thnl there are Wide
variations In the bird population in
different parte of the country. It Is
too rarky yet for any exact nvernges
to be given and complete results will
not bp punished for many months.
A call for volunteers was published
some time ago for observers tn help
In the bird census and replies have
come from oil purls of the I'nltcd
Htates. f'ach volunteer observer was
a-sked to aele( a pertain definite
area of from forty tn eighty acres
and enumerate the different kinds of
birds occurring there and the num
ber of pairs of each kind actually
nesting within each territory.
The moat numerous bird life eo far
reported la In Chevy Chase. Mary
land. An average waa found there
of about seven pairs per acre. Only
A few places report as high h popu
lation aa four iintre per acre, whiTr
It seems probable from thp diitu so
far received that the nverage for the
whole t'nited Htntes east of the
plains will he not far from n thou
sand pnlrg to the snuare rrille nfter
omitting the land in porn nnd pota
toes where there would be small
rhanres for any birds to nest, and
after omitting nlso the l.ind covered
entirely with forests. Timber hind
supports a much smaller bird popu
lation than an equal arc of farm
The most extensive cennts of for
est so far received pomes from Mon-
tnnn, where the careful counting of
Ihe blrda on nearly a thnumsnd acrea
showed an average of one pair to
each three acres.
As would be expected the arid
Innde of the southwest show the
smallest bird population, und large
stretches In Arixonn and New Mex
ico do not contain more than one
pair of blrda lo seven acres.
Apparently (he most abundant bird
in the t'nited Huites east of the Mis
sissippi river Is ihe robin, with an
average of about fifty pairs to the
square mile, or a hundred million
robing In the eastern I'nltcd Klates.
A fiitFT mh:m ii.
WK PEPIliE to acknowledge
franked copy of Hennlor
ttllll.. A I .1 U... I ..
" iiifntii n I M - 'I rT,,,,,o e
P.tnnma canal toll speech, delivered
In the senate June am! V. It is
S'4 Inches long, fi' Inches wide.
S-U of an Inch thick, weighs three
ounces and contains 81.270 words.
Ilelng franked it came through the
mails free, otherwise the postuge on
il would have been six cents.
Next to that of t-'rnator Thomas
Itenion Catron, which also was
franked tn us. this Is the grestest
speech we have been privileged t"
le e on the canal lolls Issue. It should
be said for Henator Cnlron that he
gol hl speech Into Ihe mail and de
livered, if not read, before the issue
had become closed and forgotten
WHKHK'H TIIK l! l M KKFT
TOU II. HI Fit. MAN', superintend
Jent of weights and measures for
Washington. I). C, has pointed
out one ,,f the most Important fac
tors In the lilgh cost of living. lie
bus also shown the way of avoid
ance, but will the general public
heed hit) advice?
Ilr. Fherman showa that the ex
cessive rost lies in the gnp between
the retailer and Ihe consumer of
foods. Most of thnt cost la unavoid
able by the retailer, but easily avoid
able by the consumer who com
plutns of the rosx. According tn air.
Kherman, lha people of hia city ' can
bur sea bsa direct from the boats
that bring them In market fr liiree
elite a pound. The retailer bo
lim a from the boat, cm io n them 1"
bin phti c of business an. I e lis them
lo bm iiiomers mum Imir the P'ss
of fieh thut become unsuitable, and
be in 'Inl lie.ir the cost of delivering
en h fish at the home of the con-
eo bm hni lie la k ccntii
few ioip me willliiK t"
Hull iiml any It home, hut
beiuii'.c mol people hnye them de
llxereil. the uniform price la chmged
to nil. IHiic fivh ut the bout mil
lor Kcvcn tenia, f loumlcra lor three,
Hluiiilrh m'icaciel tor ten. trout lor
K. I'm the n l.iilclV pre ea ihukc
flinn IS tu '10 ci i.t a p Hind.
Although blH llltmlriillon loin hca
u HlOKli' pbimc of the hlvh coet
'of living, the elii KIng tlml coat I
ilKIPliaed to the client of I'.l
i eol in Ihnt malum e by the Inter
vention of the rctiiilcm, w ho alcllver
Ihe gooila la ifiiie li(nlfli'iitil of other
coKln Unit inu'hi be iivoliled. It
proven thnl tin- iitir.cn who l too
proud to lonikil in the Komi old
fnalilon, with a i.uskit mi hia arm.
pnya very ileur lor hia luxtirlof."
Iii'lneaa imd inl" pride nml i the
uni otiaciotia meitliun of u genet. il In
fill lion of htiih pi li ea.
I'll INti I I KI Til.
X TIIK London Htatlat, of which
he is editor. Hir ileorxe pariah
has brought ton. Hot Imprceilv e
facta relating to ihe growth of wealth
In the leading '-omit ilea of the world
during the laat hundred years. The
inosl iiuuiilng development is found
III the I'l lte, Stales
The lin reaae here has been from
ll.T.MI.lillll Uliil In 1M to lU.'i.i'iin.
iiimi.iiiio In 1!M.
In Ihe Inlteil Kingdom the In
crease baa been from I 2,."iili,iiiil.(l'ii
tn IHTi. mill. Hun. Him; In France, from
$111, oimi 0111. uihi 1 .-,11. nun, nun. noil;
in flcrtnany, from I . mm, "no. lion to
tsti. nnii, 111111. 11 11 11.
Il will b,. noted that today the
wealth of the I nlteil stales exceeds
the combined wealth of the I nitcd
Kingdom nnd Hermnny oy lin.nuu.
Commenting on the marvelous de
velopment ilniing the 100 years. Kir
fieoige I'nrlnh says:
"When one atopa to thln't thnl 10"
yours ago newapnpers, mng.ixines.
books or engravings were very great
luxuries, tn be Indulged In by the
few, nnd that It wna exceptional for
people to know anything nutxlde
their own village or town, whereia
now nearly nil are rich enough lo
purchase newspapers or magaxines
containing Information u'.iout every
thing under the sun: to pnwcsH (,ilnta
of Ihe great eat pictures Iti the u-oHd.
nnd are aide to keep In touch with
social, scicntifi . political and re
ligious thought not only In their own
country and stale, but In every coun
try, one is compelled acknow l
edge, however aveiae one Is to doing
so, Hint hc iiiIvhiiip In thp mental
condition of the world in Conse
quence of the growth o( wealth and
income has been ext riiordinnry."
Electrically operated machine for
writing ineaaages In cipher codes nnd
tor tranHlniliig such message have
been Invented by a Husslun nuvul of
ficer. Itching, bleeding, protruding or
blind pile have yielded to I loan's
Ointment. JOc at all stores
Simple, hand operated appnrntu
hns iieen Patented for cutting lirre
ousntliles of butter Into regular slxed
rube for tnble use ciulckly.
Enhanced By Perfect Physi
The exporience of Molhcrhond is try
lti(f one to most women and marks dis
tinctly an exx-h in their Uvea. Not one
woman in hundred ia prepared or un
dersUtrvis how to properly caxe for her
elf. Of course) nearly every woman
nowaday has medical treatment at ucb
timea, but many approach the experi
ence with mi organism unfitted for the
trial of strength, and when it U over
her system bJ recvivod a ahock from
which it li hard to recover. Following
right upon this come the nervous strain
of caring for the child, and dUtiocI
change in the mother reiulu.
There is nothing more charming than
a happy and healthy mother of children,
anu inueea cnnu-uurui unuer me rnjni
......... ..... t. ...iT. -
btauly. The unegplaiitablo thing is
that, with all the evidence) of ahattered
nerves and broken health resulting; from
an unpreared condition, and with am
ple time in which to prepare, women
will persist In going blindly to the Uu,l.
Every woman at this Ume should Mlyjnonesi return of your tag and then
upon l-ydia t 1'inkbam ' Vegetable
ConiKMind, a moat valuable tonie. aud
lovioraUr of the female wganiam.
la many homes
once childless there
are now children be
cause of the fact
thi.t I.ydia E. Pink
beaJUiy and strung.
If yet wtat special tarlee writs t4)
Lyals K. HakhaM McdlcUeCo. (tea II
aWaUail Lfsc.llasx. Vtetr UlUr Will
fee epeasd, read aad answered by a
aaa and feels lit kUfct twallsVcaMa.
Ureat 1 nals
Till l. OF TIIK M
TIIF: preaetit lnike of lirlenna.
rinllppe Itobitt, the pretender
to the throne of l-'rance, haa
l..nl .1 atoririy rnreer through the
tin al pun of hla life With hla lather,
.he i'o nie de I'uria. the duke wa tx
ilcii I111111 Fr.iine in IvifJ. I'm hev
er i yeara ther"ttcr be perved with
no h'.i 'o-h 1 Tii n It'll: ami (; hi
hia return, and hating olilulned hli
malorltv. he entered pnrla on Keu
rur 7, INtO, eiprc'alng hla ilealie,
aa 11 frenchman, to erform hla mil
Thla mt on the pnrt of the duke
cniiaeil iei egi'itemenl, and he
aireated in confoiinlty with the liiw
of ni;, which forlmde the aoll ot
Kriiiue to the dlrei I hciia of the fum
illca wblih hml reiKicd there,
Win n the duke ten hi d I'.iria on
Kehi urn J he driven tu the
home of the liuke or Ixynea, where
be artraled and taken to the lire
lecture of police. n Ihe afternoon
of the an me day he wna arraigned b "
fore ihe military authorities, follow
ing whli h Ihe mmiMcr of the Inter
ior. M. t'o-iatnns, onlf-rcd thai he be
held in cuatody. He wna placed in
the t'oin lcrgerle prison
1 in the first day of hla trial, when
the chiiiaea were read tu him, his
, ,,tlly r,.,V wu n,t he hud come to
I'raiice tu perform his military duties
nnd drafted a letter to President Car
not stating hla desire to serve his
The trial wna cnttinoed until Ihe
following Wednesday. February 12.
On thnl d.iy the crowd of spectators
was so large and sin demonstrative in
favor of young tulcnna thut the gend
nrnns were compelled to clear the
room. During the hearing the duke
KRkfd his counsel not tn defend blin
He snld that he had learned in exile
lo honor Ihe magistracy and resect
Its ilecision. If condemned by Ihfl'h. , .u-n n- nr.lial retention I
ro'trl he was aure of acquittal at the
hands of ZOO.aon conscripts of his
ebisa who were more fortunate than
he had been and who were aole lo
serve their country.
The counsel for the defendant de
clared thnl Ihe iluke'a art waa the
lesull of a generous Impulse and
would be an honor t him throughout
hla life. The counsel further contend-
The Tax Dodger and
New Mexico's Revenues
Kdilor Kvenlng Herald.
Pear Sir: It Was with considerable
Iiereal lwt I read your editorial
the count7 tn rolls In Thuraday
etching Herald, end am glad
nre tsHing a stant against Ihe prupos.
ei amendment of the conatltution. I
heartily ugiee wlih you In your com -
mendiitlon or the efficiency of the
stale board of equalisation and It np-
pears to me thar there Is no way in
which you could erve the people d
tht stale beiter than by an active
lampalgn against that a menilnv tit.
This umeinlment ws proinmed by
rofeaaloniil lobbyists representing
special interests desiring to escupe
taxation and waa passed by the legis
lature ut their reiueat. Constitution-
,n amend. iienta do not renuire the np-
provnl of the governor in orucr to oe of ,,n ,, nill, ,nr nothing that
submitusd and that. I believe. U the,,,, .,, hav accomplished
only reason why It la being submitted, jt Wt.p; without the slnte corpor-
J because I inn confident thai our gov-
ei nt r would never have approved the expenditure than the payment of in
submission of this amendment. There lra gtenogrnpher or two In the see
In no man in thla atate today who has r,tary f tute'a office. t
i ...... ..i - .a. .,r tm las i I
situation us i iovernor McDonald and
. ,. k. - t .. u- full nu. 1 1 Ittut
the main nlei In amending mat ar-
tlilu of the i inistltutlon la lo enable!
certain iniereatg to escape taxation. I
Am alml that you aland up for as-'
tt-ssors. It I" easy enough fur people
tu blame the assessors because, the
assessments are too small.
It la nu i u i al for people to blame
someone ,-Uc lor things that gu wrong.
It Is Juei a much the sworn duty
of a taxpayer to make an honest re
turn of his property for taxation aa
It la for the uaseseor to tuke that re
turn. And ihe taxpayer ia In a better Po
sition to know the truth about hla
holdings nml property generally than
lh aasessor is.
IT the people of thla stale would be
honest In leiurnlng ihelr property for
luxation, there would be no cause to
complain of ilie assessor. I
The trouble Is that w nil believe
In an honest return fo' taxation 01
all pri.pctty the olher fellow'a prop
erty. I tin not consider our tax law
as perfect, but If our revenuee are ln
adeiUut to meet the expenses of our
government, It Is the fault of the tax
dodgers and nut of the tax law. il
properly were honestly returned tin
der I he piesent tax law. we could re-
, . - , ...riailv and
1 duie the tux rata very maienatiy anu
- . ... .. .,.. ,,,,,i,i k.
i ne reenu,"a w -
If we ara lo correct Ihla tnx mat
ter, let us correct It where It need"
lHin'1, Mr. Taxpayer, try to blame
your officials for this. You give an
see that tb money la properly ex
I ended and you will find that you
won't have tu kb k ao mui h about the
assessors or about our tax law.
You Just send men to Ihe legisla
ture who ur upposed to paying four
thousand dollars a year to aa oflKer
who sub-lets the office to eomeone
for a thousand or twelve hundred and
pockets the balance. You a"e to It
that you do not elect men to repre
sent you who rui out all your money
uselessly and who are not in favor ol
paying a public olltrer for actunl aer-.
vices, but consider that public ofb
cers must be subsidised In payment
for political eatlvliy.
Plainly sneaking, don't vols for a
man who thinaa an o.lber who ran't
earn over two thousand dollars a year
KK r Ollf.KANH
ed I hnl the law Imposing military
service Upon all Frenchmen nullified
the law relating tu Ihe exile
The duke ndd.essed the court In his
own behalf. He sunt; I csme to
Prunes t.. Mirt as a common aoldier.
1 have nothing to do 'with Tolll P'S,
which only concerns my father,
whose obedient son and faithful ser -
vent I am. 1 knew that by entering
Frame I rendered myself liable to
the low. but that knowledge did not
stop me. I love my country and w lsli',,f his life In Ihe l ulled Mates, 11 v o -
to serve her. I am guilty of no
In Miiite of ihiWA exnrislons of loV.
h..v;XV,a,ndPhen Z tlrZul LAWYEH3 MAKING READ Y
of violating the law. and wna aentenc- J"0R STATE CONVENTION
ed tn two years' Imprisonment. The
demonstration thai followed the a-n-
tence waa so violent thai !.' nrrests' ri'isldent Heorge B. Kloik, of the
were necessary. t'pon being taken PcrnulUlo County Unr association, hos
back to his cell the duke drew back meni personal letter every mem
the curtain which covered the win- ,..,,r ,lf ,hp mgnnlwlion urging attend,
flow and saluted the crowd. I .
The Conn, of Purls, who arrived at " 'hp "-"" " r" Bl
Porto llico on the dnv that sentence which the committee In charge of the
wns pronounced, then first learned ol
the arrest of his son. He immediately
sent n cable dispatch In M. flaifhsr.
and Orteanist member of the cham
ber of deputies, saying: "My heart Is
with my dear prisoner."
OrlPsns continued In Jail until June
S, t'fn. nenrlv four months, when he
wna pnrdoned by Prealdent Cnrnnt
nnii exited fin tne same, ntgni n
was pond'.icted tn the Pwiss frontier
hy the Puke de I.ynes, arriving In
ftmsnets on the Rth. where he wns
met nt the railway stntlon by one
of the royal rnrrlnges and conveyed
to the pnlace, where he took irenk
fast with King topn1d. The follow-
Ing dnv he arrived nt Dover. England.
where he wns met hv his father and a
1 Brg, number of friends, and where
Since his banishment the Puke of
Orleans hns lived at various points In
Europe. In England. In Welelum and
In Pnoln. Tss and less Is France In
clined to again take un a monarchy,
nnd more and more Is the duke giving
up the Idea of ever becoming the sov.
erelgn of that Pountry hut Instead
hns heen devoting his life to extdor
s Hons, and to writing on thla subjet.
I working for an Individual or a cor-'
Iporatlon must receive four thousand
" J"nr trum 'h 'ounty.
I Then, Mr. TbXIiier, inform your
self about the expendilurea.
Aa an Instance, lei me suggest that
the state corporation commission Is a
useless body, which brings no benellt
to the people of the stale which could
,,ol be obtained without It and whose
power nre no bound by com tilu'ionnl
. limitation a to render It powerleaa
i to do any good for the people of Ihe
After the governor had vetoed
eighteen thousand, six hundred and
seventy-five dollars out of the appro
priation bill, the slate corporation
commission still cost the taxpayers ol
the atate sixiy-two thousand dollars
f(,r trn montha In 1912 and the year
atlon commission, without any other
occurs to me if done nwny with would
pari of your complaint
against ihe assessor. j
Then, again, during 1 1 2 and 1913
ther waa paid out of the public
treasury to certain Institution money,
Hi. Vincent's Hospital at
Kama Fa I 7.200 .00
Grant County lloapllal at
wilvcr city S.f no on
Bisters of Mercy Hospital at
Silver City .. 0
ladles' Hospital at Iteming S,"U.fl
Kddy County Hospital at
Platers' Hospital at Albu- '
Otterque 4. Hnl)
Oallup Hospital at (Inllup.. 4.0HU.H0
HI. Mary's Hospital at Ilos-
well S, (inn. nu
Plstera of Loretta at Mora. 1. 900. no
Hist era of Lorelto at Ijh
Hellef Hot lety at I.a Vegaa .00i).oo
You might, Mr. Taxpayer, find out
If you wlah to cuntlnue these dona
tions lo private charitable Institutions,
and If you decide that It la desirable
I hat thla should be done, then do nol
blame your oftlclala for the extra levy !
necessarily made to meet these do
nations. Diin'l forget either that the ex
penses of conducting the stste gov
ernment haa ahlfted to your shoul
ders, a financial responsibility for
merly borne by the federal govern
ment and to which may be attributed
a great deal of Ihe blame for exces
sive taxation that you want tu throw
upon your ofStclala.
Again, Mr. Taxpayer, we have aa
governor of our atate the most active
and sincere worker for the Interests
of the people of this slate that ever
aat In the executive chair In New
Mexico, and If you give him a house (
of represents!! vea that will back him
up you need not worry annul extrav
agant expenditures of public .money,
and vnu need not worry about (be aV
mlnlstrntlon of your public affairs 'of
stnie and you will gel an efllilent tax
Hut laatly. I want to say to you, Mr.
Taxpayer, that the first thins to do
Is to return your own properly hon
estly for taxation. IKAAC HARTil
AlbuUeriUc. Near Mexico,
July II, 1J14.
l Jl I V 1
xygen wn discovered 110 years
ago today. J i mp ph I'ricatlcy, a ila
s-nting l:ngllnh lieisyninn who had
turned sciential, onlulned thp hitherto
unknown gas by igniting men uric
The ox v sen he thus produced
be railed "depblnsistigsted air." He
and Henjamln Franklin has often (lis
ruased the mysterious coniposlt ojn ol
air and water No one up to ihnt time
I l.ud .l,.t,r,tiio..,1 u imi element li was
' n both which so Inv igorated the
physical energies of mm. It la said
thst Priestley rp'de bis actunl discov-
ery of the oxygen whll,. experiment-
Ing In a brcwerv near his home In
Knxlund. He an. nl the la-t ten years
unlaty exile. Ijear.
I seeseaaeeseai svei iAaiaAAwiwAAeajwwPaai
arrangements for the i-tate meeting
here August 1 j w HI report. Final nr-
tangements fur Ihe entertainment ol
the visitor will be outlined at Ihnt
Puilty of our Ice cream nnd milk
sherbets nnd promptness In filling
orders mnke lnnlnn'a Ice cream fac
tory popular with the public. l't
us have your order for Sunday din
ner or public lunch. Phone 'hi 7
The largest car ferry to plv on salt
wnte- in Hip world Is hearing comple
tion ot Philadelphia and soon after
the end of the year will begin service
between Key West ntid Havana
J. C. BALDRIDGE LBR. CO.
V. II. IIAIIIl 00.
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Figure with us on Sash Doors,
Mouldings and Everything in
Superior Lumber & Mill Company
The officers of this bank gladly give those who
desire its advice gained by long experience and
study in investment and financial matters.
By consulting as regarding these matters yon
will place yourself under no obligation whatso
ever. The First National Bank wants you to feel that
this is your home bank and that it is striving in
every way to b of service to you.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A WORTH POIE AIL
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Today a monument stands in F.ng
land to commemorate Priestley's dis
covery. Were he alive he rould read
of thousands of Uvea which are saved
us a result of his work. Oxygen is Ihe
only gas capable of supporllng respi
ration, and is repeatedly used In the
slik chamber to pull a patient
through a rrlis. Helmets equipped
with oxygen uttachmeuts enable the
diver to Ho In ocean depths, the av I
sior In ascend Into rarilled nit. the
j (I re man to stand in dense sumac, and
j rescuers to descend Into a-llllcd
mines. So wide are its uses that soma
4.iiiii.ikiii cubic feel of this gas sis
J ,i, , n llie I'nlted Hlntea eveiy
Htm iu.viti. turn
The renders of tins paper will be
plcnaed to learn thai there Is nt lenst
one dreaded disease Ihnt science ha
been utile lo cure in till lis stages, and
that Is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive 1 lire now known
to the medical fraternity. Cslnrth be
ing a Constitutional (li-ea-c. requites
n constitutional treatment. Halle
Catarrh Cure Is taken internally. t -1
11 1; directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foutidntlon of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength
ivy building Up Ihe constitution unit
naalsllng nil tare In doing Its Work..
The proprietors have so much full.. In
Us dilutive porters that they offer
one Hundred Imllnra for any case
that M falls to cure. Send for list ol
Address: F. J. C1IFNF.T ei CO.
Sold hy nit Iirugglsta, 7.p.
Take II ill s Family Pills for con
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human h ilr.
423 S. 1st St. Phone 402
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