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TIIK ALBUQUERQUE DAlLf CITIZEN. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 1903
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BAG!
A GOOD HOT WATER
, HAVE YOU A GOOD ONE? .
Call and let us show you good honest values In Hot Water Bags,
Fountain 8yrlnges, Combination Syringe. Atomizer, etc. We sell
them on a poaitive guarantee for perfect workmanship and durability.
B. H. BRIOOS & CO.,
PDOPDIPTHRS ALVARADO PHARMACY
JlJbuqurrqur Dnilij Giffofn
HUGHES & McCKKKWIT, I'ubliBhera
Ttion Huptir-s Krlltor
W. T. McCrelght....MsT. and City Editor
Published Daily and Weekly.
UNI QNfflLA BE L
Associated Press Afternoon Dispatches
Largest City and County Circulation
The Largest New Mexico Circulation
Largest Northern Arizona Circulation
Terms of Subscription.
Copirs of this pnjier may t found on
file at Washington In thi nlllce of our
vpvrlul correspondrnt. K. Ci. Slpsirs, 81
Katrert N. W Washington D. C.
Dally, ty mnll, one year $(1.00
Daily, by mall, nix months H OC
Iaily, by mall, three months 1.50
Daily, by mall, one month M
Jtally, by carrier, one month 75
Weekly, by mnll. per year 2.00
The Dally I'ltlien will be delivered In
the city at the low rate of 20 cents per
week, or for 76 cents per month, when
fiald monthly. These rates are less than
hose If any other daily paper In the territory.
THE ALBUQUERQUE ROW.
On the situation In this city, where
a few disgruntled republicans, demo
crats and socialists really conceived
the Idea that The Citizen would re
Bounce the republican party because
the legislature and Governor Otero
saw fit to block the scheme of the
democrats and socialists to create dis
cord In the party, the Las Vegas Rec
ord has the following to say:
The democrats, socialists and a few
misguided and disgruntled republicans
of Albuquerque are up In arms and
staking a great ado about nothing,
The Duke City sent a delegation of
citizen a to Santa Fe to work for coun
ly U1VUJVU, wunn lucjr nauwu rtri na
and If there has been an Injustice per-petrat'-d,
thrse self same members of
the legislature are themselves to
blame for it and the responsibility
should rest on their Fhoulders. Uerna
lillo county elected these men aa their
accredited and authorized representa
tives in the general assembly and oth
er members of the legislative bodies,
and the governor as well, assumed
that these Hernalillo county members
truly voiced tht? sentiments of their
constituents.
The hue and cry Is raised that the
governor din not anoru trie peopie oi
Mluinuerque, to which city he has at
mos seemed to show a partiality, an
opportunity to enter their protests
against his signing the bill in ques-ion.
This would Indeed have been a new
and unprecedented departure in law-making.
Must the governor of the great,
growing and ambitious territory of
New Mexico, soon to be admitted into
he galaxy of states, submit every bill
to the people before he signs It, partic
ularly after It has passed both houses
of the legislative assembly and only
affects the people whose representa
tives to a man voted for it? Or is It
not his bounden duty to presume that
the people of the Interested and affect
ed locality elect honest, trustworhy
and competent men to guard their In
terests and promote their welfare;
and. further, that their arguments and
votes are those of their respected communities?
Any fight made on Governor Otero
for his action In this matter will but
re-act on those who make It. The gov
ernor did his plain duty, simply this
and nothing more.
history of the Court of frlvate Land
Claims. The article Is beautifully il
lustrated with half tones of the Judges
of the court, the Federal building and
tne capitol. As Judge Stone is a mem
ber of the tribunal, the history Is ac
curate and authoritative and Is a val
uable and Interesting contribution to
the annals of New Mexico. Touches of
humor and wit help to make the article
ver) readable.
It looks very much, from this dis
tance, that the osteopaths got the
best of the old line practitioners In
having the legislature pass a bill
granting the practice of osteopathy In
this territory. It will, In Lie future,
cost less to secure a certificate to
practice osteopathy in New Mexico,
than to practice medicine. Read the
text of the osteopath bill published
elsewhere In today's Citizen.
YOU FEEL SICK
And you wonder what's the matter.
Your headaches, you feel tired and
nervous, have no appetite and can't
sleep. The trouble lies In the stomach.
It has become weak, and cannot, there
fore, do Its work properly. Take a
owe of Hostetter's Stomach Ritters be
fore each meal. It will restore the ap
petite, Insure perfect digestion and
sound sleep and make you feel better.
No other Spring medicine is as good.
Try a bottle.
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS
To the Republicans: Turn a deaf
ear to the appeals of the democrats
and socialists to forsake your party,
for the alleged reason that the legisla
ture and Governor Otero has done this
city a great wrong. Don't be deceived
the knockers and "card writers" all
have axes to grind, and the legislature
and the governor only stepped In at
the right time to block their little
game.
of the district court for Union county
which closed at Clayton last week.
have been received at the penitentiary:
Thomas O'Brien. 2 years, assault to
maim; Hugh Keelan, 18 months, bur
glary; Thomas Richard, 1 year, tin-
awfully drawing of pistol; Jesus Cres-
pln, 1 year, unlawfully killing cattle;
Pa. Mascerenos, 1 year, larceny of cattle.
A bill has been introduced In the
Oklahoma legislature to amend the
rules of seven-up. The hardiest legls
lator, however, shrinks from monkey
Ing with the sacred rules of draw
poker.
It is stated that 70,0i0 Britishers
wear American shoes on their feet and
it Is even hinted that some of them are
going so far hb to wear American
Ideas In the heads.
IMPROVING SCHOOL SYSTEM.
The present legislature has accom
plished some excellent work In the
line of Improving and systematizing
our public school system, and no man
has been more active in this direction
than Hon. Nestor Montoya, speaker of
the house. On Tuesday, Mr. Montoya
called up council bill No. 89, an act to
harmonize and strengthen the existing
school law. Introduced by Col. J. Fran
cisco Chaves, president of the council,
and knowing that he had examined
and approved the measure, the house
raid him the compliment of passing It
unanimously. There are many citizens
-tadly "as that Texas man wanted a re-1 throughout the territory who recall
volrer. the loyal worn uoue oy Mr, jnouioya
The legislature will adjourn Thurs
day night, and on the day following
there will be an exodus from Santa
Fe.
It Is rumored that several members
of the present city council contem
plate resigning sometime In April.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
TakeLaxatlve Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets,
This slgna- Jtmt , on every
ture
box, 25c,
"iVhich they got!
In the set of resolutions carried In
the pocket of this committee, designat
ed to do the will of the people, for the
public weal, was a suggestion that the
legislature make the proposed county
division In 1904, If the assembled wis
dom In the two legislative bodies at
Santa Fe deemed it not satisfactory
to have the wanted measure dividing
Bernalillo county go Into effect and
force Immediately.
This suggestion was presumably to
void the election at this time for the
necessary two county commissioners.
as two Incumbents reside outside of
the new boundaries established for
Bernalillo county.
The legislature harkened unto the
pleadings of the delegation from Albu
querque and magnanimously and unan
imously granted the county division so
ardently and urgently asked for and
then proceeded to designate two coun
tj commissioners, also presumably to
save the expense and excitement al
ways incident to the holding of a local
election of this character, when neigh
bora and friends may honestly differ
in opinions and may be arrayed one
against the other in the heated wran
gles and discussions of the hour, all
of which would be deprecated when
cooler counsel prevails.
Governor Otero signed this bill,
which had been enacted into law by
the almost entire vote of both the up
per and the lower houses of the terri
torial legislature.
The erratic. Ill-advised and easily
excited people of the Duke City are
now holding mass meetings of Indlgna
tlon at which both the leglsla
ture and governor are denounced In
. unmeasured terms for doing that
which they were Importuned to do and
that which they probably thought best
to do.
The men appointed to fill the respon
slble position of county commissioner
in Bernalillo county are acknowledged
even by their bitter opponents In the
present controversy, which amounts
to very little In the public estimation
to be men of caliber and character,
well fitted In every particular for the
place, and the only murmur of com
plaint against them as men and cltl
cena Is that an election should have
been held and the places not made ap
polntlve, which step was made neces
nary by the exigency of the occasion
At this distance. In a bee line, as th
crow files, it does seem to the Record
that these discontented and clamorous
people are standing In their own light
Thev are taking unwise action that
cannot redound to their benefit In an
couceivable way.
All the representatives of Bernalillo
county, In both the council and the
house. If we mistake not, were heartily
in favor of making these appoint
men in view of all the facts
brought to tbelr immediate attention
bill In 1891, when he whs a member
of the house from San Miguel county,
and worked in unison with his collea
gues, Trinidad Romero and Chet. KIs-
tler.
The "Boston tea party" committee,
appointed last Saturday night to per
suade the people not to pay their Just
taxes for the next two years, have not
as yet appeared on the streets. The
committee is composed of exceedingly
good citizens, and It Is safe to say, for
their credit, that they will consider a
long time before moving In the matter.
The Citizen Is a republican paper-
In strict harmony with the principles
of the republican party, and the legis
lature and the governor are to be com
mended by all loyal republicans for
their action In certain matters of re
cent date.
Letter from a Socialist.
Editors Citizen.
Regarding a postal card, the con
tents of which appeared in your col
urans last evening, concerning the
Hubbell faction, I want to say the so
ciallsts are thinking people, their prln
ciples are defined by the "Golden rule"
and do not believe In anarchy. Now,
as recently you berated the socialists
tor being anarchists, I ask you this
question: Who are the anarchists.
It the Hubbell faction or is it a lot of
discontented democrats and republic
ans combined against a class of peopl
who are in the majority?
Socialists believe strictly In major
ity rule.
Now this controversy is purely lac
tional and driginates with the discon
tented. The socialists must not inter
fere, only to defend our principles,
Now, if any of these discontented
wish to draw the socialists into this
forbidden squabble, let them sign
their names and say that the socialists
are against the Hubbells, or against
the majority.
The socialists are opposed to anar
chy.
Now. who are the anarchists In this
fight?
Answer this and I will answer the
other, which the socialists win en
dorse. T. F. DYE,
A Downright Socialist.
Judge Wilbur F. Stone has written
for the Denver Post an eight-column
JEMEZ A, SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS
STAGE LINE.
Lames the V. n. man; only line with
a change of stock en route; good rigs,
norses and drivers; leaves Albuquer
que every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday at 5 a. m. For particulars ad
dress W. L. Trimble & Co.. agents. Al-
buquerque, or J. B. BLOCK. proDrie-
tor, Jemez.
Imported beer at the White Elephant
-Just received.
hfeALTH FOODS.
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSUR PAb&cO FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUfc, N. M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
CAPI TAL, $100,000.00.
Hawkins Resigns as Commissioner,
Councilman W. a. Hawkins has re
signed as a member of the territorial
irrigation commission. The resigna
tion was accepted on last Saturday by
Governor Otero. Jay Taylor, a United
States deputy surveyor and irrigation
engineer who claims his residence In
Otero county, is an applicant for ap
pointment in place of Mr. Hawkins. He
has been strongly Indorsed by mem
bers of the legislative assembly and
others for the position. The appoint
ments are made by districts.
So Sweet and Pleasing in Taste!
Mrs. C. Peterson, G25 Lake street,
Topeka, Kan., speaking of Ballard s
Horehound Syrup, says: "It has never
failed to give entire satisfaction, and
of all cough remedies. It is my fav
orite, and I must confess to my many
friends that It will do, and has done,
what Is claleied for It to speedily
sure a cough or cold; and it Is bo sweet
and so pleasing in taste." 25c, 50c and
$1.00 bottle at Cosmopolitan Pharmacy
B. Ruppe.
We keep the most complete stock of
health foods In the city and we sell
tnem at eastern prices. Caramel Ce
real, Toasted Wheat Flakes, Toasted
Corn Flakes, Hulled Wheat, Hulless 1
Beans, Nut Butter, Bromose, Protose,
Meltose, Granola, Granose Biscuit,
Peptrene, Zwieback, Malted Nuts and
Beef Fluid. A fresh supply of the
above just received. Try them.
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE,
323 South Second street. Bell 'Phone
A15.
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No tuberculosis preBervallne or col
oring in Matthews' Jersey milk.
In Mexic&n d rawn work we are
showing a big assortment. Albert
Faber, 305 West Railroad avenue.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
M. 8. OTERO, President
W. S. STRICKLER. V. P., and Cashier, W. J. JOHNSON, Asst Cashier
WM. MclNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEO. ARNOT.
BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL W. A. MAXWELL
J. C.
DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHI80N, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY
Aluminum house numbers; three fori
25 cents. See C. A. Hudson, Second
avenue.
Go to the White Elephant for Muen-
chen Hofbrau beer.
J. M. flOORE
(ESTABLISHED 1886.)
Real Estate,
Remembered St. Patrck.
Representative Howard presented to
each member of the house a bow of
green ribbon In honor of St. Patrick.
New Mexican.
Make Haste Slowly.
The council and house should now
make haste slowly in passing meas
ures Introduced. There is always great
danger in any legislative body that in
jurious, ill-advised or Injudicious meas
ures may slip through during and
about this time. New Mexican.
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most remarkable cases of
a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, caus
ing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. Ger
trude E. Fenner, Marlon, Ind., who was
entirely cured by the use of One Min-
uto Cough Cure. She says: "The
coughing and straining so weakened
me that I run down in weight from
148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number of
remedies to on avail until 1 used One
Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of
this wonderful remedy cured me en
tirely of the cough, strengthened my
lungs and restored me to my normal
weight, health and strength." B. II.
Briggs & Co.; S. Vann & Son.
Gentlemen! Let us take your meas
ure now for a new suit. Our tailoring
pleases. Nettleton Tailoring Agency.
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Fresh Cut Flowers,
ives, the florist,
profesional cards
dentists!
Edmund J. Alger, U. D. 8.
8j6 Railroad avenue. Office hours, 8:80
a. mil to 12:30 D. m .: 1:30 D. m. to 5 D. m.
Telephone 462. Appointments made by I
man.
Ellis MacDougall, D. D. 8.
N. T. Armijo building, room 2. Office
hours, 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p.
m. to 5 p. m. Appointments made by
ma!'. Automatic 'phone 157: Old
'phone 62.
LAWYERS.
Bernard S. Rodey
ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Albuquerque. N.
M. Prompt attention given to all business
pertaining to the profession. Will prac
tice In all courts of the territory and be- I
fore the United states lana omce.
Ira M. Bond
ATTORNET-AT-LAW. 42 F street N. W..
Washington, V. u. pensions, lanas, pat
ents, copyrights, cuvlata, letters patent.
trade mams, claims.
William D. Lee
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office, roum 7. N.
T. Armijo building. Will practice in all
tne courts oi tne territory.
R. W. D. Bryan
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Albuquerque. N.
M. Office. First National Bank building.
Frank W. Clancy
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. rooms 1 and 3. N.
T. Armijo building, Albuquerque, N. M.
E. W. Dobson
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office, Cromwell
block, Albuquerque, N. M.
Fire
Insurance,
Loans
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE TO BERNAI ILLO COUNTY REAL ES
TATE AND MINING PROPERTY FURNISHED PROMPTLY. WILL
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN BEST COMPANIES AT LOWEST
RATES. HOUSES RENTED. RENTS COLLECTED. TAXES .'AID
AND ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY FOR RESIDENTS
AND NON-RE8IDENTS.
MANAGER OF
Albuquerque Abstract Company
Next Door to First National Sank.
New Telephone 222.
HANDICAPPED,
The man who started to run a race in
chains and fetters would be visibly hand
icapped. No one would expect him to
succeed. The man who runs the race of
life when bis
digestive and nu
tritive organs are
diseased is equally
nanmcappea. in
the one case ins
strength is over- ,
weighted, in the
other it is under
mined. Success
demands above
all else a sound
stomach.
Doctor Pierce's
G ol d e n Me.lical
Discovery cures
diseases of the
stomach aud other
organs of diges
tion and nutrition.
When this is done
food is perfectly
digested and as
similated and tbe
body receives strength in the only way
in which slr-.ngth can be given by tbe
nutrition derived trotn digested and as
similated f'MXl
'The Dralte 1 would like to give your Goldra
Medical licovery ' I cannul ultrr hi word or
draciltie with pen N write Jiiima II Amlirua
Kmi . of ijo Mifflin Kuccl llunttuffdon. I'a
Ml vrai takrn with wtml otir phyi.iiians here
aid waa mdiuf Htion I clulore-d with the ic.l
rouud hrre aud found no rrlirf. I wrote to
vou and vuu arnt me a uuethn Mauk to nil out.
snd I did ao, and you thru udvtfcr.1 me to uae
lr. Pierce'a Coldt-n Mcditnl liMOvrry. I look
three txittlra ami I frit an good thai I ttonptd.
being cured. 1 ha.-e uo ayuiptuiu of yaatrur
tiuuule ot til'llKettloli uow
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing " just
as good "
Dr Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adtikrr, aont ice on receipt of stamps
j-pense of mailing only.
one -rent stain tt for ths
book tn iiancr covers, or J I stamps for
tbe cloth-bouml volume. Addiess Dr.
K V 1'iticc, liuffalo, N. Y.
VJ. 1 ry
I
Cures Sciatic Rheumatism.
Mrs. A. E. Simpson, 509 Craig Btrcet,
Knoxvllle. Tcnn., writes, June 10. 1899:
"I have been trying the baths of Hot
Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism,
but I get more relief from Ballard's
Snow Liniment than any medicine or
anything I have ever tried. Enclosed
find poBtofflce order for 1.00. Send me
a large bottle by Southern Express."
Sold by Cosmopolitan Pharmacy B.
Kuppe.
True Facts.
The republicans at Santa Fe are do
ing nothing more in fact, not half so
much, as the democrats and pops
would do, had they but the reins of
government in their willing hands. But
they haven't, ueitbet will they have.
Stick a pin here, so that you may know
and remember. Las egas Record.
For over Sixty Years.
An old and well tried remedy.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over sixty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething with perfect success.
It soothes the child, fcoftens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Is
pleasant to the taste. Sold by drug
gists In every part of the world.
Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value
is incalculable. Be sure and ask for
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
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Don't Send Off
for children's sleeper, go-carts. We
have a fine assortment and can save
you money and you see what you are
getting. See our window display this
week. W. V. Futrelle Furniture Co.
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Subscribe for The Citiscn.
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Boys' W. L. Douglas J2.50 shoes-
strongest boys' shoe In the world
made of box calf or vlcl kid, at $2.50.
Simon Stern, Railroad Ave. Clothier.
John H. Stingle
ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Cromwell block,
Albuquerque, N. M.
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. J. E. Bronson
Homeopathic, Physician.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R.P. HALL, Proprietor
Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumbn Cars; Shaftings, Pulleys,
Grade Bars, Babbitt Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts for Buildings;
Repairs on Mining and Mi II Machinery a Specialty.
FOUNDRY SIDE RAILROAD TRACK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
THE JOHN BECKER CO.,
Roller Mills and Elevator
Room IT,
Whiting Block.
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a a
IN EVENING ATTIRE
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A Physician Writes.
"I am desirous of knowing if the pro
fession can obtain Herblne in bulk for
prescribing purposes? It has been of
preat use to me in treating cases of
dyspepsia brought on by excesses or
overwork. I have never known It to
fail In restoring the organs affected
to their healthful activity." 50c bottle
at Cosmopolitan Pharmacy B. Ruppe.
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Making a Good Record.
Gov. M. A. Otero's record in ths pres
ent legiHlature Is unassailable and the
people of New Mexico are with him in
the firm and decided stand he has
taken for the right. Right is might,
aud will certainly prevail in the end.
Las Vegas Record.
to cover
Twenty on-
Children's Cougns and Colds.
Mrs. Joe McGrath. 327 Hast First
street. Hutchinson, Kan., writes; "I
have given Ballard's Horehound Syrup
to my children for coughs and colds
for the past four years, and find it the
best medicine I ever used." Unlike
many cough syrups, it contains no
opium, but will soothe and heal any
disease of the throat or lungs quicker
than any other remedy. 25c, 50c and
11.00 at Cosmopolitan Pharmacy 11
Ruppe.
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Mors Convicts.
The following convicts sentenced by
Chief Justice W. J. Mills at the term
j?; ?,
! .-x-1' . "-v,.- & fT""-
Notice of Executor.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned was on the second day of
March, A. D. 1903, by the probate
court, within and for Bernalillo coun
ty, territory of New Mexico, duly ap
pointed and confirmed as executor of
estate of Mary Bowman, deceased. All
persons having any claim or claims
against said estate are hereby notified
to present the same in accordance
with the statute In said case made and
provided.
GEORGE C. BOWMAN,
Executor.
JOHN H. STINGLE. Attorney.
a man naturally wants to look his best
can ir his nnen accoras wun m
habiliments can if we attend to his
l....nnvtna, VMt will malld Tl fit the
slightest mistake In entrusting your THE JOHN BEOKEh. OO . Props
When you want to buy Flour and Bran, cr want toXsell
Wheat, write 10
BELEN, N. M
Notice of Administrator.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned was on the 2nd day of
March, 1903, by the probate court,
within and for Bernalillo county, duly
appointed and has qualified as admin
istrator of the estate of Mary Kelly,
deceased. All persons having claim
or claims against said estate are re
quested to present the same In accord
ance with the statute In sucn cases
made and provided or the same will be
forever barred.
M. W. FLOURNOY.
Administrator.
McMILLEN & RAYNOLDS,
Attorneys.
n-EchnMpo to us. for wn know how to
launder well and use our knowledge utomat.it
consclantiously.
Imperial Laundry
Back of Postoffice.
Get Your
summer salt
Made it
Phone No. 516. Residence, Automatic Thcne 299
Bell Telephone No. 115."
DeWitt's EEtf Salvo
For Pile. Bum, Sore.
LOCAL UNDERTAKER ANTA FE PACIFIC RA1LROA1.
COMHERCIAL CLUB BUILD1NO.
THOUSANDS SAVED BY
WILLIAM
r facnfd For Consumption. Coughs, Colds
This wonderful medicine ixsiti vt-ly
cures Consumption, Coughs, Colds
Hi-onchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia,
hnA Fever, Pleurisy, LaOrippe.
Ioarseness.SoreThroatsndWhoop
Ing Cough. Every bottle guaranteed
THE TAILOR
316 1-2 SOOtb
seceil St.
JUliBqucrquc
NO CURE
)RICE 60c. audi
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