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THE ALBUQUKKQUK DAILY CITlZkN MON AY JUNE 15 1903
E(GEE No disease causes so much bodily discomfort, or itches, and burns like Eczema. Beginning often with a slight redness of the skin it gradually Spreads, followed by pustules or blisters from which a gummy, sticky fluid oozes which dries and scales off or forms bad looking sores and scabs. It ap pears on different parts of the body but oftenest upon the back, arms, hands, legs and face, and is a :i.u. a a. Tn 1808 I eznnrisnoed at time Datchra on tha (n. tiutuie mm cm hi ,lde of my times, especially at night or when over heated. The cause of Kcze ma is a too acid and general unhealthy con- W tht ion of the Mood ig is pro duced by the overflow through the glands and Kan Station A pores of the skin of the fiery poisons thin acid blood and cleanses and builds up the general system, when the skin clears off and Eczema with all its terrifying symptoms disappears. Send for our free book on the Skin and its diseases. No charge for medical advice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. OFFICIAL MATTERS. Caid Officers Resign-lndians Ugly Notaries Appointed. LAND COURT SESSION POSTPONED. The following officers of Company K. First Regiment of Infantry, New Mex ico national guard, have tendered their resignations, which are now In the hands of Adjutant General Whlteman: Capt. A. R. Da Costa, First Lieutenant Eonifaclo Lurero, Second Lieutenant J. C. Lynch, all of Las Vegas. Indians Threaten Trouble. Page B. Otero, territorial fish and came warden, is In receipt of a com munication from one of his deputies in Taos county In which it is stated that the Indians there declare that any one who Interferes with their hunting rights will be killed. Mr. Otero states that the law will be en forced with reference to the Indians the same as others. Notaries Appointed. Governor Otero has appointed the following notaries public: Frank C. AI' len of Tularosa, for Otero county; Al gernon H. Garnett of Chilill, for Va lencia county; Frank A. Chavez of Las Vegas, for San Miguel county. Governor Otero appointed the fol lowing notaries public: Dolores Ara gon, Antonchico, for Leonard Wood county; A. B. Renehan, Santa Fe for Santa Fe county. Session of the United States Land Court Postponed. A telegram received yesterday morn ing by the clerk of the United States court of private land claims from Chief Justice Joseph R. Reed of the court, announces that the session of the court which was to have convened on Tuesday, the 16th inst., has been post poned until Tuesday, the 23d inst., at which time the session will open at the court's chambers in the federal building in Santa Fe. Survey Approved. The survey of the Whale group of lode mining claims by United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor Duane Wheeler of Tusas, has been approved at the office of the surveyor general. The claims are the Royal Copper Min ing and Milling company of Pueblo, Colo., and the group comprises the Whale and Whale No. 1 lodes, situated in the Bromide mining district in Rio Arriba county. Postotfice Established. A postoffice has been established at Analla, Lincoln county. It is about half way between Picacho and Hondo. Deputies Appointed. Page B. Otero, territorial fish and game warden, reports the appointment of the following deputies: Jose O. Rl Vera, Willis; Epifanio Gonzales, Max well City; Pablo Golzanes, Willis, all for San Miguel county. Territorial Funds. The following territorial funds have been received at the office of Territor ial Treasurer J. H. Vaughan: From George W. Knacbel, collector and ex offlcio treasurer of Santa Fe county, taxes for 1902, $4o8; from John C. Wanted. We would like to ask, througn the columns of your paper, If there Is any person who has used Green's August Flower for the cure of Indigestion, dyspepsia, and liver troubles that has not been cured and we also mean their results, such as sour stomach, fomentation of food, habitual cos tlveness, nervous dyspepsia, head aches, despondent feelings, sleepless ness in fact, any trouble connected with the stomach or liver? This medi cine has been sold for many years in all civilized countries, and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost. If you never tried August Flower, try a 25-cent bot tle first. We have never krown of its failing. If so, something j - serious Is the matter with you. The 25-cent size has Just been Introduced this year. Regular size, 75 cents. At all druggists. O. Q. Green, Woodbury, N. J. J. H. Q'RIelly & Co. SETS THE SKIN ON FIRE hand, that itched and burned, cauniuc much discomfort. A lima went bv it rrew worse, and I was conTinoad that wii afHioted with Eccema. I con sulted several physician and a num ber cf apeoialista, and u.i d several ex ternal applications, receiving hut liitlit temporary relief. In February I deoldxd Ij try 8. S. B., and in less than a nonth I experienced achanire for the better, and by Msv all symptoms had disappeared, and I found myself entire ly cured, and have had no return of the diaease since. W. P. BRUSH, a--r stockman s Advertising" Agency. l, Kansas City, Mo. with which the blood-current is over loaded. vhile extern.il applications, such as washes, soaps, salves and powders aresoot hing and cooling they do not enter into the blood itself or touch the real cause of the disease, but S. S. S. does, and purifies, enriches, and strengthens the Spears, treasurer of McKInley county, taxes for 1902, $332.90; Ramon San chez, collector and ex-offtclo treasurer of McKInley county, $306.52. The following terrltorlel funds have been received at the office of Terri torial Treasurer J. H. Vaughan: From John C. Plemnions, collector and ex officio treasurer of Sierra county, $3, 086.81, taxes of 1902 Appointment of Postmaster at Taos. Clerk of the Supreme Court J D.. Sena yesterday received Information fiom Washington to the effect that Delegate B. S. Rodey had recommend ed Alphonzo Clcuthier of Taos for the appointment as postmaster of that town to succeed M. M. Kahn, resigned. There was a rpirited contest over the appointment, the other candidates be ing Willis E. Sower, Mrs. Sheck and Mrs. Manuela Martinez. The appoint ment was made yesterday, according to a dispatch to The Citizen. Mr. Clouthler was strongly indorsed; Mr. Sower also had good Indorsements. Land Office. The following homestead entry was made: Andrew P. Simer, Dulee, 40 acres in Rio Arriba county. Agent Designated. The Otto Mining and Milling com pany, a corporation with a capital stock of $100,000, whose principal of fice Is situated at Manistee, Mich., has filed a certificate with the terri torial secretary designating Tres Piedras as the company's principal place of business In thin territory, and Frank Bolton of that town as the agent In the territory. Game Laws Commended. Page B. Otero, fish and game warden of this territory, is in receipt of a com munication from G. O. Shields of New York City, president of the League of American Sportsman, in which compli mentary comment is made on the game laws of the territory. This organiza tion has many of the leading men of the nation as members. President Theo dore Roosevelt being among the num ber. There are thirty-nine members in New Mexico, including Governor Otero. The object Is to endeavor to preserve and piotect wild game, and now that the New Mexico laws are such that the game is better protected an effort will be made to entend the order in New Mexico. Santa Fe County Collections. Col. G. W. Knaebel, collector and ex officio treasurer of this county, has made the following collections for the month of May, 19i3, and has turned the amounts over to the proper treas urers: On account of the territory and paid to the territorial treasurer, $408; on account of the city of Santa Fe and paid to the treasurer, $201.31; city school taxs and gambling licenses, paid to the city treasurer on account Cerrilos, $3.28; Madrid, school dis Cerrillos, $4.38; Madrid, school dis trict No. 27, gambling licenses for district school fund, $122 67; county of Santa Fe, various funds, $870.15; total. $1,729.08. No good nealth unless the kidneys are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys right. Alvarado - aar macy. GENTLE, SOAKING SHOWERS. They Have Come the Past Week Very Backward Spring. The New Mexico section of the weather bureau in issuing Its weekly bulletin of collections from various correspondents, summarizes the cli mate and crop situation as follows: "A cloudy, showery week with high er temperature but night still cool for the season. The rains have come as gentle, soaking showers, and as a rule have been of the greatest possible ben efit for the amount. The nlghU re main cool and crops are still somewhat backward, but v. ith warmer weather a "I have ben troub.ed for some time with Indigestion and sour stomach," says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee, Mass., "and have been taking Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that before I could not," If you have any trouble with your stomach why not take these tablets and get well? For sale by all druggists. most decided Improvement should be noted In a few days. The prairies which, In many sections, especially In the northeast, were almost as brown and bare as In winter already show the effects of the more favorable condi tions and are beginning to look green. Cattle will show a decided Improve ment now that the grass is startel. Owing to the cool weather corn Is backward,' but other crops are fairly well along. First alfalfa Is being cut as far noth as Albuquerque. The pros pects are for a light crop of apples, peaches, cherries and apricots, many orchards of the colder valleys having none. Lambing Is about finished In the more northern camps; reports In dicate a very fair yield of lambs." Chronic bronchial troubles and sum mer coughs can be quickly relieved and cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. Alxarado Pharmacy. LIVE STOCK SHIPPED. Canadian Buyers Made Business Brisk at This Port Dr. A. T. Bray, the animal Inspector at this federal port, has prepared his monthly report for May, says the El Paso News. It shows that the move ment of cattle and horses, both domes tic and foreign, was greater than at any similar period for the last several years. The Mexican cattle importations for the month aggregate 17.115, and those of horses and mules, 662, the greater portion of both being shipped to Can adian ranches. In domestic cattle movements the largest shipment reported was from Van Horn to Whitewood, S. D., when 1,490 cattle were shipped. Other large shipments of the month were 1.008 cattle from Alpine to Imperial, Neb.; 866 from Longfellow to this city; 1.052 cattle from Tojah to El Paso; 243 horses from Deming to Texarkana; 327 cattle from Alpine to Horse Creek, Wyo.; 255 horses from Globe. Ariz., to Kansas City; 263 sheep from Kan sas City to El Paso. It Is estimated that about 7,000 cat tle, 2,000 horses and 1.000 sheep were handled locally by the railroads, trav eling from different portions of Texas, Arizona and New Mexico to the east and north. Do You Enjoy What You Eat7 If you don . your food dots not do you much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 8 the remedy that every one should take when there is anything wrong with the stomach. There Is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourish ment. Inere Is no way to nourish ex cept through the stomach. The stomach must be kept healthy, pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up. No ap petite, loss of strength, nervousness, headache, constipation, bad breath, sour risings, rifting, Indigestion, dys pepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by tue use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sold by B. H. Briggs & Co. and S. Vann & Son. SILVER CITY REFUSE FRANCHISE. To J. L. Burnside, Who Said He Want ed to Build Telephone Line to Dem ing. The city council of Silver City voted to refuse to grant John L. Burnside a franchise to construct a telephone line Into Silver City from Deming. It is understood that the granting of this franchise by the council meant the entrance of the Postal Telegraph Into Silver City, and If such is the case it is thought by many that the franchise i-hould have been granted. The Grant County Telephone company opposed the granting of the franchise as In fringing upon their rights. At the present time there are many miles of telephone lines In Grant coun ty and if the line could have been con structed from Silver City to Deming, a cistance of nearly fifty miles, it would have been a great convenience to both cities. Worst of All Experiences, Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last? Such was the experience of -rs. S. H. Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For three years," she writes, "I endured Insuf ferable pain from indigestion, stomach and bowel trouble. Death seemed in evitable when doctors and all reme dies failed. At length I was Induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous. I Improved at once and now I'm completely recovered." For liver, kidney, stomach and bowel troubles Electric Hitters is the only medicine. Only 50c. It's guaranteed by all druggists. CAMP IN SANTA FE CANYON. To Be Established This Week and Work on the Road to Commence at Once. On account of the continuous rains v.hich prevailed at Santa Fe during the past week. It was Impracticable for the penitentiary authorities to es- Starl.ing Evidence. Fresh testimony In great quartlty Is constantly coming In, declaring Dr. 1 Cing's New Discovery for consumption, I Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A i recent expression from T. J. McFar land, Hentorvtlle, Va., serves as exam- pie. He writes as follows: "I had . bronchitis for three years and doe ! tored all the time without being bene ', fited. Then I began taking Ur. King's New Discovery, and a few bottles , wholly cured me." Equally effective , In curing all lung and throat troubles, consumption, pneumonia and grip. Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial bot tles free, regular sizes 50c and $1.00. CD cured by DYSPEPSIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr. D. Kauble of Nevada, O., was Mrs. W. W. Lay ler of Hilllard, cured by Kodol Pa., was cured of stomaoh of Chronlo Dyspepsia by trouble which had effected the us of his heart. Kodol. B. H. Briggs A Co. and. S. Vann & Son tablish the camp for the detachment of convicts which Is to work on the "Scenic Routa ' road in the Santa Fe canyon. Everything, however, Is pre pared and tents have been secured tor that purpose and the camp will be established today or tomorrow, the weather permitting, and a detachment of twenty-five convicts will be set to work on the construction of the road st once. Three or four guards will be placed In charge and the prisoners will be carefully selected and only such as have proven themselves of ex emplary conduct will be placed In the detachment. Constipated Towels. To have good health, the body should be kept in a laxative condition, and the bowels moved at least once a day, so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled dally. Mr. O. L. Edwards, 142 N. Main St., Wichita, Kansas, writes: "I have used Her bine to regulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years, and found It a reliable remedy." 50 cents at J. II. O'Riclly & Co. NO WORK DONE. Rain Has Interfered With Scenic Road Construction at Las Vegas. The Inclement weather of the past week has prevented actual work from being commenced at the Las Vegas end of the "Scenic Route" road. The heavy rains have put the ground in excellent shape for beginning work as soon as the weather clears. The men have been taking It easy during the week and have enjoyed the outing. The work has been put In charge of Foreman Eli Caldwell. A Splendid Remedy. Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lum iiajro ?.nd sciatic pains yield to the penetrating Influence of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It penetrates to the nerves and bone, and being absorbed into the blood, its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures. Mr. I). F. .Moore, ngent Illinois Cen tral Railway, Milan, Tenn., Btates: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism, backache, etc.. In my family. It Is a splendid remedy. We couid not do wtihout it." 25c, 50c and $1.00 at J. 11. O'Riclly & Co. . o For uver sixty rears An old anj 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, boftens 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 ''f the world. wenty-five cents a bottle. Its value Is Incalculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. One YuiuieGough Cure For Coughs, Colds and Croup. m Troubles LWBffl, A -n. IKOOOSX 1 DlfMUWlulYraE! 0040404C040404KOOO4K)4K5 The El Paso"& Southwestern Railroad The SHORT LINE to the Great Copper Belt of Southern Arizona and Northern Sonora First class passenger trains out of El Paso every morning at 9:30 on which we carry tlegant Parlor and Cafe cars on which meals are served at moderate prices. V. R. STILES, General Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas. D. WEILLER A CO, Agents for the finest brands of all kinds of groceries In the territory. The Gold avenue grocers. Notice of Forfeiture Terr.tory of Arizona, County of Co chiso, sa. To M. J. Sherlock, bis heirs and as signs: You are hereby notified that I bav expended one hundred dollars ($100.00) in labor and Improvement upon tht 'Aunt Betsy" Mining Claim, situate Is Peralta Canon, Cochitl District, Berna llllo Co., New Mexico, as will appear hy certificate filed February 8, 189$, It the office of the recorder of said Coun y, in order to hold said premises un ler the provisions of section 2324 Re vised Statutes of the United 8tates, be ng the amount required to hold tht ame for the year ending December 81 1902. And If within ninety days from tht jerving of this notice, you fail or re fuse to contribute your proportion ol uch expenditure, together with tht :ost of this publication, as a co-owner your Interest In the said claim will be come the property of the subicrfber ud ler said section 2324. Dated March 19th, 1903. ALEX CONRAD, Signature. (Homestead Entry No. 6274.) Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M May 20, 1903. Notice Is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the United States court commissioner at San Ra fael, New Mexico, on June 25, 1903 vis: lesus Abelta, for the W of SE4 and EH of SWV4. Bee. 34, T. 11 N., K.8W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on and cultivation of said land: viz: Donaciano Pino, Alfcrjo Montano. Juan Mata Candelarla, Pablo Perea, all of Cubero, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. o Suits to Order From Woolens Made by the Rio Grande Woolen Mills. We are now showing the products of the new woolen mill of this city, and taking measures for suits, made of pure new mixed wool; nearly a hun dred different patterns; we guarantee fit and style. Simon Stern, the Rail road avenue clothier. SUMMER EXCURSIONS. The Santa Fe Offers Some Cheap Rates. Denver, Colo. United Society of Christian Endeavor. On sale July 7, 8 and 9; limit, July 19; rate, $18.85. Elks' Meeting, Baltimore, Md. We will sell tickets to Baltimore and return on July 16 and 17, with final limit of July 27 at rate of $58.65. See ticket agent, F. L. Myers. Summer Excursions to Colorado. Denver, $25.15 for round trip; Colo rado Springs, $22.15 for round trip; Pueblo. $20.15 for round trip. Date of sale June 1 to October 16, inclusive; final return limit October 31, 1903. See local agent. F. L. MYERS. National Educational Association, Bos ton, Mass., July 6-10, 1903., One fare plus $2 for round trip going and returning same route. Dates of sale June 30 to July 8, Inclusive. If tickets are deposited limit may be ex tended to September 1. See ticket agent for turther particulars. F. L. MYERS, Agent. Thlrty-flst Saengerfest of the North American Saengerbund, at St. Louis. Tickets on sale June 15 and 16 at rate of $39.80 for round trip; final re turn limit June 23, ir"3. See ticket agent. F, L. Myers, agent. National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic, San Francisco, Cal., August 17-22, 1903. Dates of sale AugiiBt 2 to 15 Inclu sive; rate $35.00; final return limit October 15, 1903. F. L. Myers, agent. International Epworth League con vention, Detroit, Mich. On sale July 13-14; rate, $51.25. Limit July 22; by depositing ticket limit may be ex tended to August 15, 1903. Coronado 'lent City, Coronado, Cal. We will have on sale to Coronado Beach. Cal., on every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday during May, June. July, August and September, 1902; round trip tickets at rate of $35, limit ed to November 30, 1903; stopovers in either direction west of Barstow, CaL For further information call on ticket agent Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, F L. Mvers, agent. Tent Of. Coronado Bench, California. Go West to California' Summer Cllmata la Flnaat In tha World Cool Trip on tha Santa Fa Surf bathing, ocean breesee, snow capped Sierras. You can buy a combination round trip ticket to San Diego this summer In cluding railroad and Pullman fare, meals en route, one dsy at Grand Canyon, and two weeks' board and lodging at Coronado Tent City at a very low price. Tent City Is a popular Southern California summer seaside resort. Write for full particulars about this delightful vacation trip. A tehlmon. faa a. mmm r.L. Myr Bmntm rm 0 O 0 . : : : : o o o o O o A FEELING OF UNEASINESS 5 0 OO'JyOOOOliOOOOOoOOO always accompanies the wearing of a collar, cuff or shirt done up at a second rate laundry and sent home with saw edges, broken button holes or with streaks of bluing or stains left on the linen. When The Imperial launders your linen It is the perfection of the artisan's hand in laundry work In both color and finish, and our patrons are always proud of It. Our work is our best advertisement. Imperial Laundry SacK of Postotfice. (Homestead Entry No. 7135.) Notice for Publication. Department or the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., May 27th, 1903. Notice Is nereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the United States Court Commissioner at Moun talnalr, N. M., on July 6ta, 1903, viz: Diego Serna, for S. W. Section 35. T. 5 N., R, 6 E. He names the fonor:ln- witnesses to prove his continuous res; 'nce upon and cultivation of said land, viz: San tiago Serna, Hijinlo Lopez, Bltervo Vigil, Ralmundo Salaz, all uf ..Ianza no. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. o (Homestead Entry No. 6492.) Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe. N. M., June 12. 1903. Notice Is hereby given that the fol lowing-named Bettler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the United States Court Commissioner at Moun talnalr, N. M on July 20, 1903, viz: Jo- scph Prosuelas, for the NE. '4 section 18, T. 4 N., R. 6 E N. M. P. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Car log Pena, Pedro Sandoval, Gavino Pa dllla, George W. Supulver, all of East view. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. an CHICMCBTIR'H INUUSM Pennyroyal pills . Oriiittl mad Only Uratilne. P'V-' rr. ... I.M.llr-. lifn.rlrt t C-W '' lilt r.U S I.M.1.1MI tf-Ni-'jfV', " III ' ' tlnl'l mo .111. la..,. V'ir "' rl'.t'ut. 1 Lt- i,o other, tit-fax fS4 ft V. T li.-li:T.ti 'Mtb-lllulluna HMd linlla- "T i 1. ; I ) i'..,-,.l 1.1 -Ii I ... U I ' I'nril. ill--.. Tr-llnuiiUU - It, H. I t,.r I M.ll. - in i llr. I I i M...I. I ...i.. U I. .. - .. S -I I hj I lili'li .-.(or I lirmlral Ml.. K.ioum I'll 11. A., Kit lilt lmi-u u u wr Coronado Tent City on San Diego Bay Is an Ideal summer resort The climate Is perfect. Open June 1 to September 30, under manage ment of Hotel del Coronado. Full Information regarding excursion rates, charges at tent city, etc., from agent the Ocean Excursion Rates to Coronado Btach, California. Rates, including meals en rout Grsnd Canyon side trip with hotel a commodatlons, and two weeks boai and lodging at Coronado Beach, wit four additional weeks at $10 a week, L. desired. Single parties with standard Pull man, $107; two parties with standard Pullman, $97.50; single parties with tourist sleeper, $97; two parties with tourist sleeper, $92.50. Dates of sale, June 1 to August II, Inclusive; limit, two months from datt) i of sale. Tourist limit of ten days each i - i.i. wajr w ilu viujuvt;rs. JOHN HART CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Doors and Window Screens. All Kindt of Jobbing. SH0Pln the alley of First National Bank Building. B. A. SLEYSTER. ACCIDENT INSURANCE, FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, NOTARV PUBLIC ROOMS 12-14, CROMWJCLL BLOC. auiomaiio Teiepnon 174. W. H. HAHN COAL DEALER Cerrillos and Gallup Domsstlo Lump Coal, (5.00 par ton. Anthracite Nut, 97.60 per ten. Anthracite, larger sizes, 17.75 p ton. Wood and Kindling, all slzsa. Yard and Office: 107 East Rallroat) avenue; uptown office, Armijo bldg. Telephones: Automatic, 41S antf 267; Bell, 41. DEVOE'S READY MIXED PAIN One Gallon Covers 300 Square Fa TWO COATS. 8EE THE PRICES. SEE THE GOODS Harness 15.50 to $40.0u Farmers' Plow Harness, 97.50 Saddles 95.25 to 955.00 Flni Cowboy Saddles, Leather, Dim ters, Collars, Axis Oils, etc. Whips 15o to 9LM TLos F Keleher 40u Railroad Avenus Albuquerque W. L TRIMBLE & CO. Second street, oetween Kallroad ait Jopper -venae I Pnr.u MtiA W:l knn.kl .t 1 il Livery, Sale, Feed and "iTansfer Stablaa EIT TURNOUTS IN THE CITY Address W. L. TRiMBLB it CO, Albunuerg.ua. N. If. 4 fAV.VI 7VS FRENCH TANSY WAFERS. Ladles can depend upon securtj permanent relief from Irregular i painful periods by using these wafat Safe and sure at all times. Avoid worthless substitutes by pur chasing only from our agent Pans Toilet Co., Lowell, Mass., Im porters. W. Y. Walton, prescription druggist, corner Railroad avenue and Third street, Albuquerque, N. M., sole agent for Bernalillo counv- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat.