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ATJIUQUEUQUE KVKNINO C1T17KN
TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905.
MOUNTAIN LOVER CLAIMS HEROIC
SOUTHERN MAID FROM HER REWARD
NANNIE GIBSON, AGED 15. BRAVE LY SAVES PASSENGER TRAIN FROM AWFUL DOOM AND WHEN OF
FERED HIGH EDUCATION. HE R FEARFUL LOVER CARRIES HER OFF AND MARRIES HER TO PRE
VENT HER "GROWING UP A LADY."
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Asheville, N. C Aug. 13. Little
Nannie Gibson, a 13-year-old mountain
girl, saved a whole train load of peo
ple from being dashed down the moun
tain side in front of her home.
In reroenit on of tnis Heroic aci
the Southern railroad promised
a. rolleee education. Her nmu.uaineei i
ter down the track to guard against
the remote possibility of a wieck from
that direction. She chose the post of
danger, running with all her might to
meet t lie coming train. When it drew
into siglit, she finally signaled the en
gineer to stop. Ho hesitated, but her
I earnestness was so great that he re-
nnzeil a uisasu r w as imminent. i ne
i air brakes were applied, and the train
lover, nnumg u ...a.... .... , , ht , tnHKtni with a sbarn
stealth, in hopes to prevent nei - go- .
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Inc. Her tutiire is now depending
tipon a suit for divorce which her
father is bringing for her.
Nannie lives in the mountains,
twenty miles east of this city. The
dream of her life ha3 been to receive
,...., . !.... ....niP,i in i,t!eaie showt re 1 her with money. As
an far awav as the skies. Now it
When lie saw the danger big Con
duit or Weaver snatched her up in his
arms and swore she was the bravest
girl in North Carolina. Grateful pas
sengers, learning of their nanow es-
Beems to be at hand, and she has been
simply dazed by the fairy-like pros
pect. It all came about one day when
Nannie discovered that a land slide
toad blocked the track at a sharp
curve of the Southern railway near
toer home. Even as she looked, there
Bounded the whistle of a passenger
train thundering down the mountain.
Nannie met the emergency by send
ing Patty Gibson, her 13-year-old sis-
a preliminary triimie, tne company in
a day or two sent her $25.
The railway olliclals, however, right
ly surmised that to a girl reaied in the
freedom of the mountain wilds, money
meant little. So one of their number
was delegated to visit the cabin In
the hills to ask Nannie the momen
What did she most desire in the
Nannie's little face, tanned by a
southern sun and wind, turned pale.
Then her storv came out In a little
gush of painful words. Sue didn't
want money; she didn't want clothes,
for her father, with growing pride In
his pretty daughter, had made sundry
trips to Ashevllli and returned with
wonderful "creations" of white and
unwonted shoes and stockings; but
she did want an education and to grow
up a lady.
Tiie papers are now going the rounds
of the railway officials, with one fa
vorable recommendation after another.
and it feems as though Nannie's great
wish Is to be gratified.
There is one serious obstacle In the
way, though it will probably be re
moved. Nannie has been married.
She had a lover. Abe Smith, an
open faced, laugtiing, careless moun
taineer, eight years older than she.
In almost startling contradiction to
his burly swagger and incessant cig
arette smoking is his gentle, caressing
voice and his courteous and kindly
manner. To this turdy mountaineer,
the relization that Nannie was going
to leave for years, probably, and that
he might lose her, was unbearable.
He must marry her and prevent her
going. He sent a friend to town to
get a marriage license. Then with a
friend for a witness and a magistrate
for the ceremony, he went to Nannie's
home one morning when he knew her
father, was away, and married her.
Little could Nannie have to say, for
in the absence of her father she knew
no law except that of her impetuous
The enraged father was quick to
action. He caused the arrest of
Smith and the man who had procured
the license, on the ground that Nan
nie was not of legal age. He also be
gan suit to liave the marriage set
aside. Upon the success of this suit
will depend largely whether Nannie is
to have an education, the one great
dream of her life.
Musical Stock Co.'
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
Thursday, Friday and Sat
Admission .. .. 15c and 25e
Reserved seats on sale at O.
A. Mataon's. 202 West Rail
Gardens open every after
noon. Admission, free, ex
cept during matinees. Re
freshments served by uni
Matinee Sunday at 3 p. m.
John H. Stlngle.
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W , Butte Id, N.
Armllo htilldlnv, Alhurjuprqua, N. M
C A S I FJ 0
BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES
in the his
schools In the
The summer school of the college
closes next Friday, after a very suc
cessful term, both in point of attend
ance and work done. The fajl term
opens Monday, September 4, with
with greatly extended facilities, both
in school equipment and teaching
force. There will be a strong faculty
of five, who are specialists in their
Tho nttpndance both from the city
and the surrounding country promises
to be "a record breaker
tory of commercial
Arrangements have been made to
Becure board for outside pupils at spe
R. A. Stoll. a thorough business col
lege man, will have charge of the pen
manship and bookkeeping department
nd Henry L. Pitman will continue
in charge of the shorthand and type
writing. George U. Lraig
moohanlcal drawing and
oni'inncrim; and Mr,
have charge of the Spanish class.
R. O. Stoll, of Eau Claire. Wiscon
sinfor fifteen years proprietor of the
best business college in that city, will
1w the nrincipal of the bookkeeping
and penmanship departments of
Alhnnueraue Business Co lege.
Btoll Is a graduate of the University
of Michigan, a graduate of the Mil
waukee business college, and is con
sidered one of the best penmen and
all around business college men
the United States. Albuquerque
rv fortunate in having him
here. That the Albuquerque Business
College, with such specialists as I'ro
Stnll and Pitman in charge
will at once forge ahead nnd take its
place as one of the leading business .
col.eges in both the west and south-'
west, goes without saying.
One resident had Improvised a merry-
go-round, which practically coined
money. The people of the mountain
valleys on the western slope of the
Taos range and Truchas peaks, are In
a happy frame of mind. They have
many thousand acres In wheat, corn
and oats ready for harvest and such
a harvest not even the oldest inhab
itant remembers. Corn and wheat are
six feet high; every available piece of
ground had been planted in the
spring; Insect pests have done no
damage and fields of waving grain,
flanked by green mountain sides are
a sight to behold.
Never In the way, no trouble to car
ry, easy to take, pleasant and never
failing in results are DeWitt's Little
Early Risers. These famous little pills
are a certain guarantee against head
ache, biliousness, torped liver and all
of the Ills resulting from constipation.
They tonic and strengthen the liver.
Cure Jaundice. Sold by all druggists.
SANTA ROSA COUPLE
HAVE RUNAWAY MARRIAGE
Federleo R. Baca and Miss Bulve
nea Gallegos, both of Santa Rosa, Gua
dalupe county, ran away from home
last Friday and went to hi Paso,
where they secured a marriage li-1
cense and were married by Justice of
the Peace Marshall. They said that
they bad to run away on account of
parental objections on the side of the j
bride's family. After the marriage
I they left for SanLa Rosa to sue for
forgiveness and secure the blessing
of the girl's fattier and mother. The
groom is 23 years old and the bride
Concessions and privileges on fair
grounds and on the streets In the city
of Albuquerque, during the twenty
fifth territorial fair, to be held at Al
buquerque, N. M., September 18, 19,
20. 21, 22. and 23, 1905:
Peanuts and popcorn, bar, spar Jew
elry, novelties, score cards and pro
grams, candy, soft drinks, cushions,
sandwiches and lunches, canes, novel
ties, merry-go-round, burnt leather
goods, cane rack, whip rack, button
emblems, shooting gallery, doll rack,
pool selling, knife Tack, sovenir
badges, Jewelry spindle, etc.
Bids to be opened at 12 o'clock,
noon, August 25, the association re
serving the right to reject such bids
as tkey desire. Address, D. K. B,
Sellers, Secretary, Albuquerque, N. M.
Soothing and Cooling.
The salve that heals without a scar
is De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. No
remedy effects such speedy relief. It
draws out Inflammation, soothes,
cools and heals all cuts, burns and
bruises. A sure cure for piles and
skin diseases. DeWitt's Is the only
genuine Witch Hazel Salve. Beware
of counterfeits, they are dangerous.
Sold by all druggists.
On August 15 there will be sold at
public auction at the Santa Fe railway
company ware house In this city, the
goods now In said ware house, con
signed to J. B. Welsh, viz.: One case
of wine, 1 case of whiskey, 1 case of
sundries, 1 phonograph.
H. S. LUTZ, Agent.
All kind of fresh and salt
Meats. Steam Sausage Factory,
MASONIC BUILDING, N. THIRD ST
B. A. SLEYSTER
ROOM 5, CROMWELL. BLOCK.
Autamatic Telephone, 174.
5moke the White Lily Ciur
C I G A R S
13 1-2 K. Pmllicstl Ave-
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
Successor to Balling Bros.
WEDDING CAKE A SPECIALTY
dr. j. e. kraft.
Rooms 15 and 16 Grant Mock, over
the Golden Rule Dry Ooods Company.
Both phones. Appointments made by
Edmund J. Alger, D, D. S.
No. 8US Katirond avenue Office hours
:30 a. m. to 12:80 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to I
p.m. lelepaone 46iJ. Appointments made
OFFICE CLOSED UNTIL AU
Bernard 8. Rodey.
ATTORN hi Y-AT-LA V. Albuquerque.
N. M. Prompt attention riven to all
bufclnens pertalnlnc to the profemilon.
Will practice In ai. courtu of the terri
tory and before the United States land
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORN BY -AT-LAW, 82 F street, N.
W., Washington, u. Pensions, lands,
patents, copyrights, cavlnts, letter pat
ents, trade marks, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
ATTOHNE Y-AT-LA W. Albuquerque,
N. M. Office, First national Bank bulld-
E. W. Dobson.
well block, AlbiK' jerque, N. M.
Albuquerque, - Now Mexico
CAPITAc AND SURPLUS
Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits
F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling-
ford, rooms 4C-47, Barnett building,
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
A. L, Morgan.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Esti
mates cheerfully furnished; Job work so
licited. Automatic 'phone Ti Shop ill
North second street. Albuquerque, N. M.
C. H. Conner, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician and sureeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
tieated. Offllce Barnett bulldinK.
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. J. E. Bronson.
W hiting Block.
Dr. Blott, M. R. C. V. S.
eterinary surgeon and dentist.
Horses, cattle and does treated by
the latest, up to date, approved, scl
entific methods. Ofllce at Trimbles'
stables. Old phone, 3: auto., 122.
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hajnward, clair
voyant and business medium, 120
South Arno street Office hours: 10
to 3 daily. Evenings and Sundays by
The original Spanish hair tonic.
Hermoso pelo. (beautiful hair.) Post
tlvely stops falling hair In one applica
tion; cures dandruff always, and Is
perfect dressing for gentlemen and
laules' hair. For sale at 60 cents per
bottle. Aeents wanted. 410
South Edith street.
Albuquerque, N. M
410 South Edith street.
We desire patronage and we
guarantee first class baking
S. First Street, Albuquerque
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES
Palmetto Roof Paint stops all
.. One gallon Devoes' Paint covers.
.. 300 6quare feet two coats.
FEAST OF SAN
The celebration of the feast of San
Ixirenzo, at Penasco. Taos county, last
Thursday, was atwnded by over a
thousand visitors from Taos, ( hinia
yo and other nearby points. Horse
races, foot races. ock fishts. ami
frames were the features of the day.
in the evening a grand baile was held.
Is ofton caust-d by snrea, uh't-rs nnd can.
('in, th;it cat away your nkln. Win. He
di II. of Kbit Hock, Mich., Bays: "1 have
ns. il Uvicklcn s Arnica Salve fur Ulcers,
Seres and Cancers. It la the beat heul
k (lrf-HslnB 1 ever found." Soothes
nnd h'-altf cut, burns and scalds; ,c,
at all druK;.-! guaranteed.
TO MEET IN CARLSBAD
1 A C:Lr
He Knew What rooa iu suv
Forwarding a photo of a splendidly
handsome and healthy young hoy, a
happy mother writes from an Ohio
town: "The enclosed picture shows
my 4 year old Crape-Nuts boy.
"Since he was 2 years old he has
eaten not hint? but Grape Nuts. He
demands and gels this food three
times a (lav. This may seem rather
unusual, but he does not care lor any
thing (l-e alter be has caien his
(Jrape-Nuts, which lie uses Willi milk
or cream, and then he is through with
his meal, liven on Thanksgiving day
be refused turXey and a l the good
things that make up that great din
ner, and ate his li-h of drape-Nuts
and cream wiih the last n suits and
none of the evils 'hat the other fool
ish members of the faintly Npericnc-
'lie is nevi r sii '.;. ba a I
The board of consulting engineers
representing tho rec amailmi sen ic(
of i he depanment of the interior, will
meet In Carlsbad on Monday, August
). , 1. MM ;o ..!-., -;....! 1
(1. 11,1 uihi' a il I I niu i . ..... t J A
.he. ,e,r, f tee nroie.tin. JardL If JOU arStoO fit It IS because yOUf food
... ' ... ... ., . turns to fat Instead or muscle strength.
'". "' "" 11 leeoillllleliua- , I. .,. tnnox th f t. nrnrfi.r.incr Ml
lions, be submitted to the department. that you eat ari not properly d.gest.d and
I heir reeonrtneiidai ton will decide j mjmilated.
whether the irrigation proposition. Lean, thin, stringy peopls do not hTS
wi.l be taken under government con- enoucK P.nsin in the stomach, while fst
people have too much Pepsin and Dot
40J) AV. RAILROAD AVE
LIVERY. SALE. FEED AND
Horses and Mules bouL'ht and exchang
ed. Address W. L. Trimble & Co.,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
HIST TURNOUTS IN
SECOND SThEET. BETWEEN RAIlROAb
AND COPPER AVENUES.
trol or not. The nn tubers of the board
are Arthur I. Davis, assistant chief
engineer; Oeorge V. Wisner, of I(
Iroit, consulting engineer; W. A. San
ders, of Iis Angeles, consulting en
gineer; Morris liien, consulting en
gineer of the legal department, and
II. M. Hall, of Carlsbad, supervising
engineer for the Carlsbad district and
Wil.iain Heed, districl engineer.
CHAVES COUNTY NORMAL
OPENS NEXT" WEEK
completion, and ts eoi.-,,i,
handsome boi . May the 1'
uany prosper and long i
furnish their w hob son,., b
tiven bV Postu:ii Co., la
Tht re's ri i son. Head
Look, "The Hoad to We.lvil!
I'rof. J. W. Wilkinson, of Alva,
(). T , who is in conduct the teachers
institute and summer normal of Chav
es count v, which opens next week
litis arrived in Koswell, and has be
nut if ul gun t lie work
a very i nie t ing, w hid
,.-t tun com
od 1 " Name
! the !mle
d preparation for the
will con! nine for iibrtui
two wicl.n. He bus iust condud
a successful iu-iitiite at Grand ().
The Kos. :i count. ei ciai dull will
tender a red pi ion to the visit ins
teachers. It pinii.ibly he held
sometime in the s, con. I week of the
meeting, win It I he at'tnilance will
be at its height.
contains all the digestive juices that art
found in a healthy stomach, and In
xactly those proportions necessary to
nabls the stomach and digestive organs
to dip est and assimilate all foods that may
bs eaten. Kodol is not cnly a psrfect
digestant, but it is a reconstructive, tis
sue building tonic as well. Kodol cures
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn, Palpitation of the Heart and
Constipation. You wiii h&e i-
Ditfests What You Eat
Rest the stomach, rebuilds tht
tiMuet and fives firm f.esh.
tint M t-fc aV 1L
TLirt4 ht lb
orfttury ! K O.PttlM
For tale by all tlrugIsta.
A, W. liAYDEN
OFFICE AND FACTORY
412 West Ccppsr Avenue
Phones, Auto. 108; Colo., Black 265.
Albuquerque Business College Op"!ns
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses IiookkeepinR and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng'
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
DAY AND EVENING SESSION
For particulars call or address
RAMSAY & STOTT,
decider Jiloek, Cor. Fourth street
and Cold avenae.
MRS. C. GRANNIS.
Invites you to inspect her fine line
of fancy goods, Hardanger, French
and wool embroideries, Battenburg
and crocheted goods, sofa pillows, tea
cloths, collars and cuffs and Batten
burg patterns, baby caps, Afghans
and opera shawls, ladles' fine under
wear made to order and children s
clothing a speciality. Room 36, Bar
nett building, Albuquerque, N. M.
O. BAMBINI HAS OPENED EUSI
NESS AT NO. 209 WEST RAIL
I have opened a merchant tailoring
pwt n ),1 i li menr iinfitniru nviir V(v 2II11
West Kailroad avenue, and solicit the
patronage of the general, public.
Suits made too order. Clothes cleaned
pressed and repaired. The specific I
use will not Injure the cloth. Ladies
garments also cleaned, and walking
skirts made to order. Fit guaranteed.
Have had 15 years' experience in
this city, (iive me a trial.
Colic and Diarrhoea A Remedy That
Is Prompt and Pleasant.
The prompt results produced by Cham
licil.iin H (. olio, i liolcra una luurrnoi
r.cimriv. t.iKether with Its iik-imai)
taste, hive won for It a place In many
house ho ils. Mr. u . T. Taylor, a mer
chant of Wlnwlow, Ala., writex: "I have
iis.il Chnniberliiln's Colic, Cholera an
Dlarrhoe lleniedy myself and also wit
tne n on my nlace, for diarrhoea ani
i otic and it ulwuMs Klvva relief uromptl
aii'! pleasantly." Fur sale by all dealers.
Rankin & Co.
Automatic Phone 451.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo Building.
CLARKVILLE PRODUCE CO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail.
HIDES, PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MacM ANUS, Manager.
602 South First Street Both Phones
A. 7. WALKCR,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at J. C. Baldridge'a Lum
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMODATION AND
bULHITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President;
STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier: W. J. Johnson. As. r.ahlP
WM. MclNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEORfSP admot
BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY
Officer and Directors:
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS,. . .President
M, W. FLOURNOY,...VIce Presldont
FRANK McKEE Cashier
W. W. WOODS Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. 8. DEPOSITORY.
Capital, Surplus and
Depository for At
chison, Topeka and
BanU F Railway
THE STATE NATIONAL BANK
We have had a very satisfactory growth since the establishment
of our bank. If you are not one of our customers, we would like
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
Mcpherson, vice Pre.
McDONALD, Asst. Cashier.
I. H. COX, Manager.
Iron Pipe, Iron Pipe Fittings, Brass Fittings and Valves, Steam'and
Hot Water Heating and Gas Fitting. A full line of bath room fix
tures and supplies. Storer Gasoline Engines.
412 W. Railroad Ave.
AUTO. 'PHONE, 671. COLO.,2Ct.
Flour, Grain and Provisions.
Carries the Largest and Most Extensive Stock
Staple Groceries In the Southwest.
Farm and Freight
j KAILROAD AVENUE, 4LBLQUERQUE. N. M
Fresh Meals and Sausages
A Specially Fine Line
207 West Gold Aveune
Wa are now prepared to figure on cement walks. We use first
class material and employ competent workmen which Justl-
fles us In giving you a positive guarantee. Our prices will
compare favorably with responsible competition,
LACGDL1N HYDRAULIC STONE COMPANY
AUTOMATIC IMIOXK 711
St. Michael's College
SANTA FC, N. M.
The Forty-Seventh Year
BEGINS SEPT. 4, 1905
Mrs. Owbn Dlntdsle, Prop't.