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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 1906.
PAGE SEVEN. The First Rose of Summer I.' I' r.' i.-v. i A if .'.V . ' 5 v :? fa. 7.P hi ail k m it i .mi ii o Is to be seen In our Carper Ro in ... . . t.t- .11 1a la j wnlcn 19 repieie wmi an i new a"l original fn Design and Colors of Carpets and Hugs. We also carry a large lino ol sam ples and can have any size Hugs made on shore notice J. D. EMMONS. Eoth Phone Cor. Coal and Second Sole Agen:s for Hoosier Kitchen THiS CHANCE TO SE CURE BARGAINS IN HARNESS SADDLES BRIDLES i LAP ROBES AND ETC and fat meat ami chili. A few carried coffee pots. Some of the men had yellow tick ets sticking through their hat hands, hut these were n t their railroad tick ets. The majority of the natives com ing acrofs the horder now. and es pecially those traveling over the Santa Fe. travel on passes Issued to the Holmes Supply company, which Is a restoration having Its headquarters In los Angeles, and Has a contract with the Santa Ke to furnish lahor on the cast lines and western divisions of tlie system. It Is reported thai this company is shipping out of KI Tuso daily on an average of 18a Mexican lalKirers. How the United States contiact labor laws are avoided by this company is not conclusively known, but it is thought that the nun are invited across the border by se cret agents and that the contract a are made in hi l'aso, this side of the line. The only thing not escaped altogether Is the head tax paid by the men, whiou is 2 per head. The certificate for this head tax Is yellow, and that is what a number of those who passed through the city yesterday hud be neath their hat. bands. After paying this head tax natives of Mexico have the right to make any kind of a con tract they may choose In the United States, so long as they keep within the c.mnion laws. We are offering some very s pecial prices on this line of goods and It will certainly pay you to get out prices before you buy. ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE CO. RAILROAD TOPICS MOUNT TAYLUk ktScRVE HAS BEEN CREATED RESERVE COVERS SAN MATEO MOUNTAINS ASD THE TIMBER COUNTRY IN VALENCIA COUNTY. R. B. Keyes, a prominent settler, aged 76 years, died recently at Rich view, 111. Mr. Keyes was the oldest station agent on the Illinois Central, having served thirty-eight years at one point. Special Officer Charles Mainz, ot the Santa Fo, at Islet a. was in the city yesterday on company business, and stated that na sign had yet been seen of the Indian who slugged Brake man Walker. m Wages of about 8,0(10 firemen on the Illinois Central railroad have been Increased by from ten to thirty cents a day, firemen of locomotives with cylinders over eighteen Inches in di ameter and firemen of swiich engines receiving the higher scale. Condemnation -proceedings In the case of the Si. liOUis, Rocky Moun tain & Pacific railroad vs. A. N. Thompson, wns heard in the district court at has Vegas yesterday. Thomp son, who bitterly opposes the passage of the road over a large tract of valua ble' land he owns near Raton, is rep resented by Attorney G. hunt of Col orado Springs and Fat Murray, of Trinidad. The case has not been de cided. Iast Saturday the eastbound South ern Pacific passenger train, while climbing; the hill from Simon lo Steins, went into the ditch, owing to the sudden discovery of a bad piece ot track. The train was running slow ly, owing to the steep grade, and the shock of leaving the track was not severe. All of the cars, excepting the two rear Pullmans, went off the track, but not a person was hurt. The wrecking trains that went out from Ixirdsburg did not have to cany a doctor. The track was repaired but ! the cars did n it ge' through until the next day. A VERY LONG TRIP BY A LITTLE GIRL. S. B. Grimshaw, assistant general manager of the Santa Fe Central rail way, has received letters regarding little Gertrude Kenough, 9 years old, who left, unescorted, via the Santa Fe Central railway, for New York City, February 19. The letters are from officials along the line of the Santa Fe Central, the Rock Island and the Baltimore & Ohio railway com panies, telling of the child's safe transfer from one road to another. The last letter is from a friend of the child In New York, saying that she ar rived safely February 26. It is sel dom one so young maes Bitch a trip alone. The little girl arrived home none the worse lor her experience. C. W. Walker, a hrakeman for the Santa Fe, is laid up at his home In this city, recovering from the effects of a tierce encounter with an Isleta Pueblo Indian. Walker, who is not badly Injured, was coming in on a section of No. 33, when he saw ime of tlie Isleta bucks board the train near that place. Walker attempted! to put Mr. Buck off, and after a tus-l Mi. succeeded. But there was se-1 ipiel. When the train reached the! junction and went into the siilin.4. the, Indian, who had followed )n foot, j slipped up Ifliind Walker, anil swat-l It'll him one behind the ear with an iron liar, cutting a deep gash in the brakeinan's skull. Mr. Buck then did a kuick getaway, while Mr. Brake man sough' the officers. At last ac counts I he Indian had ivt been ap prehended. Walker will soon I.e In shape to resume his run. NO SNOW SAVED A ROAD MUCH MONEY. The absence of snow on tho lines of one western railroad, the Chicago, Milwaukee & Si. Paul, has saved the companv $j0o.'"' this year, accord ing to James K. Preston, commercial agent of 1 hi- company. There was USE COLD COIN FLOUR. but one fall of snow on the road the past winter that amounted to any thing, and the snow was easily re moved by the rotaries. General Passenger Agent C. H. Speers, of the Colorado Midland, de clared that a snow storm, accompan ied by wind, hampers a plains road much more seriously than It does a mountain road, a fact not known ex cept to railroad men. "Take tor example, the storm ol last week," said Speers. "It ham pered all the plains roads, while the trRlns on the mountain roads were not more than half an hour late. The explanation Is that on the plains there; is such a sweep for the winds that all the cuts are filled, not only with snow, but with sand. It Is necessary to send a crew to dig them out, which takes from six hours to a day, or pos sibly longer. On the mountain roads the snow may be deeper on the level, but it has no such chance to drift, and the rotaries clear the track In front of a train so that comparatively lit tle time is lost. We can send a plow out five minutes ahead of a passen ger, and the latter -will never know that there has been a storm, so far as Inconvenience Is concerned." CONTRACT LABOR LAWS AKE EASY TO EVADE HEAD TAX OF $2 ENTITLES MEX. ICAN LABOR TO SWARM INTO THE UNITED STATES ANY OLD WAY. Train No. 10 did not carry as large a load of peon laborers this morning, tiie. consignment consisting of only six. Yesterday morning the number was much larger, the consignment consisting of possibly seventy-five of ihe most degenrated human beings one ever saw within the borders ot the United Slates. There were sev eral women In the party, which Is un usual with the parties that have been coming up from Mexico almost daily since the first of the year. Unlike the men, who are usually thin and wiry, with drawn features, these feminine creatures were sleek and fat. Several children clung to their skirts, as they stumbled clumsily from the train at the local station. The entire party was crammed into one e ar, which was the ordinary smoker kind, and with them were many boxes of crackers Register Manuel R. Otero, of the United Stutes land office, at Santa Fe, yesterday received information from the general land office at. Washington, to the effect that the Mount Taylor reserve, covering the San Mateo mountains and timber country in Va lencia county, has been created by the president, and that the lands con tained therein were withdrawn from public entry. The reserve is located in the following townships: Description of Reserve. Township 13 north, range H west, fractional sections 16 and 1", sections 18 and 1. and fractional sections 20, 3D and 31. Township 11 north, range 7 west, fractional section 3. flections 4 to 9, both Inclusive, fractional sec tions Id and 15, sections lt to 20, both inclusive, fractional sections 21 to 22. All fractional township 12 north, range 7 west. Township 13 north, range 7 west, fractional sections 7, 8 and 9, sections 13 to 35, both inclusive, and fractional esction 30. Township 11 north, range S west, sections 1 to 4. Inclusive. All fractional township 12 north, range 8 west. Township 1.3 north, range 8 west, sections 25 1o 30, both inclusive, ex cept that portion embraced in the San Mateo Spring grant. Township 11 north, range 9 west, sections 1, 2 3; sections 10, to 15. both Inclusive; sections 22, 23 and 24. Township 12 north, range 9 -west, sections 1, 2, 3; sections 10 to 15, both Inclusive; sections 22 to 27, both in clusive; sections 34, 35 and 30. Township 13 north, range 9 west, sections 25, 26, 27, 34, 35 and 30. TOWN OF YUMA STILL HAS HER LEPER. Yuma still has her leper, or, to be more exact, San Bernardino's leper, says the Yuma Sun. He is comforta bly housed in a tent at the foot ot Spee'se hill in South Yuma, and Is said io have become so well pleased with Yuma's climate that he is will ing to remain Indefinitely. By day and by night he Is guarded to prevent him from wandering forth and dissem inating the germs of his terrible mal ady, so that aside from the expense being Ixirne by the people, he Is work ing no detriment to the community, except it be the detriment which comes of having It noised abroad that there is a leper here. Faulty Digestion Causes Physical and Mental Break down J, H. O'Rielly & Co. Guaran tee that Ml-o-na Will Strengthen the Stomach. Few people realize the Intimate re lalion between the mind and the stom ach. Worry and excessive mental work react on the digestive system, while on the either hand the greatest cause of nerve and brain Impoverish ment Is a weak or faulty digestion. Just as soon as you find that your food is not properly digested, that you 'aste It aftr eating, that the tongue Is furred, the breath heavy, the ap petite poor, the head occasionally dull and aching, begin the use of Ml-o-na. It Is a guaranteed cure for ail dis eases of the stomach, excepting can cer. It Is not a patent medicine, and Its formula is furnished to physicians, druggists, and all intelligent people who may desire It. Ml-o-na differs from any o;hcr remedy on tho mar ket, both In its lasting effects and In the manner In which It Is sold, that is, em a guarantee that It will cost nothing unless It cures. Ask J. H. O'Rielly & Ce. to show you the guarantee they give with every flftyent box of Ml-o-na. THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kinds of Frssh and Salt Meats. Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KLEINWORT. Masonic Bulldiug, :ortn Third Street Thos. F. Kclchcr PA1NT3, OlhS. VARNISHES AND BRUSHES. heather. Harness, Saddles, hap Robes, Horse Blankets, Etc. Tal metto Roof Paint; lasts five years and stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and Pelts, tQ9 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE Established Id 1882 F. G. PRATT & CO. Sole agents for Casino Canned Goods Jaa. Htekln & Co.'s Coffees. Jul boden's Granite Flour. Staple and Fancy Groceries Hlllsboro creamery Butter Best on Earth. Orders Solicited. Free Delivery. 14 South Second Street. Om A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE; REAL, ESTATE- NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 6, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone, 174. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I Small Holding Claim No. 548.) Department of the Interior. United States Land Office, Santa Ke, N. M.. March 5, 1906. Notice la hereby given that the following-named claimant has filed no tice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim under Sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3, 1891 (20 Stats.. 854). as amended by the act of February 21, 1893 (27 Stats., 470), and that said proof will be made before the IT. S. Court Commissioner at Albuquerque, N. M em April 14. 1906, viz: Pilar Vigil, feir the lxl 1, Sec. 25. T. 7 N.. R. 2 K.. and in Sec. 30, T. 7 N., R. 3 IS., lot 2, Sees. 25 and 26. T. 7 N., R. 2 K.. and Tract A in lot 3, in Sec. 35, T. 7 N., R. 2 E., and Tract B. lot 3, Sec. 35. T. 7 N., R. 2 E., and Sec. 2, T. 6 N., R. 2 E. He names the following witnesses te prove his actual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the survey of the township, viz: Edward P. Otero, of Albuquerque, N. M.; Sisto Baco y Baca, ef Albu queTque, N. M.; Mariano Vigil, of Al buquerque, N. M.; Placido Salazar y Otero, of Albuquerque, N. M. Any person who desires to pro test against tho allowance of said proof, er who knows of any substan tial reason under the laws and regu lations of the Interior Department why such proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above-mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence1 In rebuttal of that, submitted by claim ant. , MANUEL IUOTERO, Register. A.D. JOHNSON A Scientific Wonder. The cures that stand to Its credit make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a acle'n tlfic wonder. It. cured E. R. Mulford, lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry, Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case ef piles. It heals the worst burns, a ires, bolls, ulcers, culs, wounds, chil blains and salt rheum. Only 25c at all drug stores. Sampson wind mills, ranch pumps and supplies and horse-power pump ing outfits. Auto. Phone 308, Colorado Red 131. GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Z 4 Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. FOUND AT LAST Woolens laundered without shrinking. We safe added to our al ready well equipped laundery a machine with which we can handle woolecs without shrinking. When we are through with them they are Just like new. If other laundries shrink them, bring tbem to us and we will straighten tbem out for you. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO back or agons p p. o. DON'T SEND AWAY I for your vehicles and harness when you can buy them at borne And see what you are getting, and we are right here to stand by them. It LOW PRICES EASY TERMS Albuquerque Carriage Co Corner Ftrt and Tijera Road. RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO. General Building ScppHes SCREEN DOORS Both Phones Third and Marquette PRESERVE YOUR HEALTH Krp warm and enjoy the cold dart by wrariog perlecv-UtCIng, Frost King or Frost Queen Chamois Vest (, Mads of chamois, retnfore.4 witb Hannc-1 light, aoftaad com fortable. Lilts everjthlns ) In thla atnrp, thmo oil art guaranteed to siro enl Ire aal lafactioa. rrW. M.00 Fo Mali By The Williams Drug Co. BLUE FRONT STORE. 117 W. Railroad Ave. Both phones. KILLthe COUGH and CURE THE LUNGS WITH Or. King's New Discovery rONSUMPTION OUGHSand J0L0S Price 60c a $1.00 Free Trial. Doctors Are Puzzled. The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Melver of Vanceboro, Me., la the sub ject of much interest to tho medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends. He says of hisVase: "Owing to severe inflammation of the throat and con gestion of the lungs, three doctors gave me up to die. when, as a last re sort, 1 was induced t try Dr. King's New Discovery and I am happy to say, It saved my life." Cures the worst coughs and colds, bronchitis, tonsili t is. weak lungs, hoarseness and la grippe. Guaranteed at all drug stores. 5uc and $1.00. Trial Uttlo free. I Sorest and Uuickest Cure for all I THROAT and LUNO TEOUB- JLS8, or MONET BACK. B. F. COPP, D. D. S. Room 17. N. T. Armljo Building. TOW A GffAOl I - Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay, ; Grain aad Fuel. t Fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors j and Cigars. Place your orders Xor ! this line wltn ua. 213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET. OOOOOOCXDCXDCOOCOC)OCOOJOOC Cerrlllo. ...... American Block P setting up, and is no upstart at the business. There Is no oth' er Just Thornton. Ilolh 'phones 737 South Walter Street. 4 STEAM CARPET CLEANING J Cloans everything. He is the VlirnlturA Tn UAi-ltto nstb. ing and shipping, unpacking and J! Vi $6.00 Per Ton f', ,o r-1 l,T C IT IS NOW TIME fORYOU TO THINK ABOUT PLEASURE and you should look over our very large new stock of the latest style Car, riages, Buggies, Driving Road Wagons, etc., Saddles and Harness. SPECIAL LOW PRICES NOW. Everybody Invited to Look Through Our Large Three Floor Repository. J. KORBER & CO.t ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO OOCCOOOCOOCXDCOOCOOCIOOOOC SCREEN TIME Is here. Door and Window screens made to order. ALBUQUEFQUE PLANING MILL KX)OOOOOOCXXXDCX300000C)00 A. E. WALKER, FIRE INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building Associa tion. Office at J. C. Waldrldge's Lum ber yard. COKE - MILL WOOD KINDLING W.H.Hahn&Co GOTH 'PHONES OOOOCXXXOOOOCOOCXOCXXXXXD M. DRAGOIE Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and all kinds of Fresh Meat 300 North Broadway, Corner of Wash ington Avenue. ALBUQUERUE.N. M. NEW WORK had far letter ho done right in the beginning, as thereby endless repairs are unnecessary. That is why It pays to have your plumbing installed by first class workmen. Real estate owners never regret their contract with the Standard Plumbing: Co., as they have the best of reasons for ap preciating Ihe care, skill and experi ence exercised by men who are thor ough masters of their trade. The Standard Heating & Plumbing Company Both 'Phones: Colo., Red 284; Auto matic, 671. ' 7", Am Lucero t ) DATE SIGNS 208 WEST SILVER AVE. IF YOU WISH TO EAT a good lunch and enchiladas on the Mexican style, go to South Third street, corner of Silver avenue, No. 215. Will be served promptly at any hour of the nighL Prices will be from 25c to 30c M. GRENADINO & CO. N. PEACH & CO. REAL ESTATE DEALERS Automatic 'phone, 635. Office, 20H West Gold Avenue. II COM siiTTiTiriir" s" aaauaafca, 'mt,'la!ja "iaJJ3 . .rtl.rnW y- "r-raw .4P333k. giTTIK afflrnl' S-WK r-" -n If 9 11 1 lie Future Raikoad Metropolis of New Mexico Located on the Befen Cut-off of The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway is 31 miles south of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe systemleading east and west from Chicago, Kansas City, Galveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico The Bclcn Town and Improvement Company Own the Bclcn Townsitc Of l.'JOU business and resldture lots, etee 25x142 feet. laid out with broad 80 and 70-foot streets, with alleys 20 feet wide, with beautiful lake and public park and frand old shade trees; publis school bouse, cost lug 116,000; churches, Commercial club; a population of 1,500 Inhabitant; largest mercantile establlstiUieMs in New Mexico; the Belen Patent Roller mill, capacity, 150 barrels dally; large winery; three hotels, restaurants, etc. Helen Is the largest shipping point for wool, flour, wheat, wine, beans and hay in Central New M-xi o. Its importance as a great commercial railroad city in the near future cannot be estimated ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS. MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OP THE SANTA FE ROUTE WILL CO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST. NORTH AND SOUTH. Ihe lots offered are In the center of the city, well grsded, (many of them improved by cultivation) ; no used or grave! We need a first-class bakery, Uilor shop, shoe house. Jeweler, piombint tho. ylanlnf mUl, rial and wood yard, drug store, harness shop, etc., etc. Alio a Ant-class modern hotel. OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS. APPLV AT -MUa- m ..an AUn nr.,. . r- nn iilcu TO fiTTI I P r TU C ruflirr OT I nTI Tfl - " ' - - f,v& run nnr n l rniLta, ir ikju . . ..... . v . w . .w . w The Belen Town and Improvement Company President!! WM. M. BE JOHN BECKER, President WM. M. BERGER, Secretary 'lestssjr "mxMp srrsrs vsrjua 'nswjjm' Tf:v -"Ttls tzx!. dCrrmih,