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PAGE TWO. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. THE EVENING CITIZEN ftMltkei Dttty Ml Weekly ay Tke Citizen Publishing Company atv4 rwtofflm for trMiHnlaate ttuwwfc tk m mm4 im rattar. OFFICIAL PAPER FOR CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE CONGRESS I E AIL MONEYS To be Spent According to Ap propriations, and Kept Within These. REPORTER GAVT SERMON FROM ONLYIMAGINATION Congress May Consider Some Im portant Measures Beside Appropriations. It until 11 o'clock at night The sermon vni delivered on the lower wide of Chicago and the minister was a well known Catholic priest who had turned protestant. Remember ing only that the man was a Catholic FInerty, nothing daunted, wrote a column report of the alleged sermon, and being a good Catholic himself, worked Into this "sermon" several severe raps at the protestant faith. When he read the other papers the next morning Flnertjr saw the awful mistake he had made, but reported for duty as usual. Soon he was sum moned Into the presence of Mr. Story, where he found a clerical looking gentleman In conversation with the old man," as all editors-ln-chlef are called. Of course FInerty admitted having written the sermon and Mr. Story, firm and dignified, but apparently In dignant at the temerity of any man who would thus Impose upon the Times, promptly discharged him. The minister began to plend the young man's cause; said he did not wnnl him discharged; that he prob ably meant no harm, and that It was a better sermon than he could have preached anyhow, save that It mis represented him In the matter of the faith he professed. Hut FInerty had to go, and the minister followed. While FInerty was packing up his personal effects the office boy told him the "Old Man" wanted to see him again. "Mr. FIn erty," thundered Story, "I discharged you a while ago. A man who did what you did ought to be discharged. Iteport to the city editor; he has been Instructed to hire you again, but don't let that sort of thing happen again. FInerty, in telling the story said he thought he heard a quiet lit tle chuckle as he emerged from the sanctum, indicating that gruff and stern as he was Mr. Story had a sense of the ridiculous anyhow. FIn erty remained there for years and won his spurs. He came to Washing ton as a special editorial correspond1 ent in the 16th congress, and iinea It so well that he went back to Chi cago and waa elected to serve one term himself. EL WORKS Washington, D. C, Feb. 19. After several attempts, congress finally suc ceeded In enacting a law that heads of the various departments and which they are compelled to obey. Up to a year ago con gress would appropriate such amounts ( money for the departments as It believed wise and the secretaries went calmy on spending the dif ference between that they had asked for and what they got and reporting these amounts to congress as de Sciences. This, In practice, meant legislation by the executive branch of the government Instead of the legls lature, as the constitution provided. Two years ago, at the Instance of Chairman Tawney, of the house com mittee, on appropriations a proviso was put In the legislative, executive and Judicial appropriation bill mak ing It an offense properly punishable for any official to create a deficiency or spend a dollar that waa not pre .TlouBly authorized, save in the case of an emergency, and what waa an emergency was rightly defined by this law. Last year congress was requir ed to appropriate something over 131,000,000 on account of these execu tive made deficiencies, as the new law did not become operative until the beginning of the fiscal year, July 1, 1906. This year the same deficiency appropriation bill will carry only one and a half millions of dollars. The offcials who have been asked how it was that they kept within the appropriations when they had never done so before In each case reply was made that they dared not go beyond what congress allowed un der the form in which the statute , waa enacted This simple little pro viso, therefore, has saved the country over thirty millions of dollars, every dollar of which represents an ex penditure deemed necessary by ex travagant secretaries but which con gress did not think necessary. Chair man Tawney has carefully examined each item of the one and a half mil lions deficiency that has been report ed and every dollar of it comes wlth- , In what congress had decreed may be a legitimate deficiency This indi cates that laws can be framed with which absolute compliance must be had, and the tendency now Is to tie ud the money budgets so that the heads of departments cannot exercise their discretion, for congress has found that executive discretion vest d in secretaries is not a money sav Ing method of transacting the public business. TO CUT AWAY mm From Southeast Part of Ter ritory, Showing Need of Albuquerque Eastern. GAMBLING DESPITE LAW FLOURISHESOFTEN TIMES How Two Misers Died For Lack of Food and Medicine While Worth Many Thousands. and his outfit, consisting of two decks of cards and 136 In cash, was taken by the police. At the police station the offender stated he had recently purchased the game, and that the man of whom he had purchased said he had things fixed until Saturday. The raiders next visited the Big Four saloon, Utah and Seventh streets, and found two games of monte. One game was run by Mi guel Flores, who had a bank of $79.(6, American money, and 151. 75 Mexican. The other game was run by Jose Medrano, and his roll of $90.15 American, and $59.40 Mexican, was taken by the police. At the police station Frank Curtis and Louis Vidal gave bond for Flores and Medrano. None of those caught gambling at the tables were arrested in the raid, but they were given warning that arrests would be made the next time. Night Captain Walbrldge scored first In the crusade against the gam blers, which was ordered by Mayor Davis, while Chief Mitchell was ab sent from the city, and which result ed In a breach between the chief and the night captain when the executive returned to the city. By the edict of the mayor, and ac cording to the statement of Night Captain Walbrldge, all slot machines and gambling devices In El Paso must go out of business. AGED HUSBAND GOES OX WARPATH FOR WlFK. Duluth, Minn.: Albert Merrltt, 65 years old, and until recently proprie tor of the West hotel at 208 West Su perior street, called on the police to Carlsbad, N. M.: The report of the recommencement of the survey of the Kansas City & Pacific railroad from Quanah, Texas, on to El Paso and the Pacific coast, Is hailed with much de light by the citizens of Carlsbad, but many are wondering what effect this assist him In recovering tiro which There are several measures that some members of congress believe to be of great importance, which will not be enacted into law by the 69th congress. It is the usual thing at the beginning of a short session of congress to say that there Is time for nothing but the appropriation bills, and it almost Invariably turns out that that Is all that Is accom plished unless the leaders really want something else done. In the pres ent case the president and some ' of his particular friends have wanted certain things done, but the controll ing factors in the two houses have been opposed, and the congressional leaders have won out. Many long campaign speeches have been made on various appropriation bins and no protests have gone up from potential republican leaders. Up to a certain point they were will ing that time should be consumed in this way; it was as good as anything else to prevent clamorous demands for legislation the leaders did not want. Though the appropriation bills are now far behind and there remain only three weeks for actual work, all the supply bills will get through in ample time; but nothing else will. The Philippine tariff bill, which seeks to establish a form of free trade between this country and the islands, passed by the house and pig eon-holed in the senate committee, remains there regardless of the In slstence of the president and Secre tary Taft. The immigration bill is deadlocked in conference between the two houses. The bill providing for the codification of the criminal laws of the United States has been ready for action in the house and senate for weeks, but It cannot be taken up. Ship subsidy, passed by the senate, has finally been reported to the house, but there Is little chance that it can be passed, and if passed, in its present shape, it Is not likely to be acceptable to the senate. A re cent effort has been made to give re newed life to some proposition looking to currency reform, but If action is had on this It will prove a marked exception to the general rule of pro cedure during a short session. There is no danger that any of the supply bills will fall, but there is abundant reason to believe that nothing else will receive favorable action. The fight over these rejected measures will be gone over again in the six tieth congress and some of them, probably, will become laws then. will have upon our pet project with the citizens of El Paso. Many are Inclined to think that It will help the first project, while still others con tend that it may seriously interfere with the original plan; while still others take the view that a railroad from any quarter will be highly ac ceptable. Every one is holding his ear to the ground in both directions waiting to hear more from Memphis, and to hear what El Paso Is going to do about It. The town has been full of Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska homeseekers for some days who managed to es cape the cordon of Oklahomans and got to the end of their tickets. Some good sales were made. FInerty, a Newspaper Man. John F. FInerty, who served one term in congress the 4 8th and who is known all over the west as one of the brightest newspaper writ ers of his day, now the head of the Irish-American league, was In Wash ington a few days ago, and visited the house. He did not find many men there whom he had known when a member of the house. FInerty began his newspaper career when a lad of alxteen years and served through many of the Indian wars of the early seventies as a correspondent of the Chicago Times, under Wilbur F. Story. While chatting with some friends in the cloak room of the house Mr. FInerty told a story of how he was discharged by Mr. Story dur Ing the early days of his career on that paper and then re-engaged, thing previously unheard of under Mr. Story. FInerty had been assigned to report a Sunday sermon but forgot all about I WE GUARANTEE Every Dottle of the genuine HosU-ttrr's Kumiuu-Ii Hitters to be ab solutely pure und compounded strictly in accordance with the pure food and drug act of June $0, 1906. Tou need, therefore, have no hesitancy in trying It. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS has proven Itself to be un Ideal iiutlli'lno for all sickly people, being able to restore the appe tite and build up weak or run down systems. It will also cure Ileutluclie, l)yHH'Ju, Flatulency, ' Indigestion, Itloutlng, roKiiveneiM. Heartburn, Chills, CouIh Sour Rising, or I'eniule Ills, Try It, also get a free copy of our 1007 Almanac from any Druggist. PRIVATE GAMBLING GAME IS RAIDED. Duluth, Minn.: A little social game of draw poker, In which Frank Keyes, Carl Ooddard, Hejiry Goddard and Frank Fisher, all guests at the St. James hotel, were participating in a private room at that location, was rudely Interrupted about 3 o'clock In the morning by the police and the young men were taken to the station house. Each of them was released on $5 ball, and each of them failed to show up In the municipal court, sev eral hours later, where they were booked for gambling. The police got wind of the game about 2 o'clock and Lieutenant Fl.sk- ett. Sergeant Fritz and Patrolmen Wanwlck and Mahlen went to the St. James. After locating the room in which the men were playing, they peeked through the transom and ob served the exchange of money and chips. With the positive assurance that they had their men dead to rights the officers opened the door and took the gamesters into custody. his 19-year-old wife had drawn from the bank. Merrltt explained to Tap tain of Police Resche that he received $600 from the sale of the lease of iln West hotel and had deposited the money In one of the local banks. He said that his wife knew this and that she drew $200 and In company with a young man proceeded to paint things a luscious carmine. He told the captain that he had lo cated the pair In a Lake avenue thhtt parloro, where they were drinking wine and spending mjney like horse owners. The captain accompanied Merrltt to the place and after getting the young man out of the way. took Mrs. Merrltt to the central station, where she was held to await an inter view with Chief of Police C. II. Troyer. The young woman did not dei.y having secured the money and Insist- d that it was Just a;' much hers as it was her huv?a-id'i There was in legal argument tha. coal 1 ta. h?r stand, an I al'tr giurK :hs old niar and his gl l-wlfj a talking to, Cbif Troyer turned her loose. "I'll kill that fellow," remark. 1 Merrltt, In the presence of Captain Resche. "He can't spring any of his comedy on me and get away with it. If he knows whit's good for him hu will leave my wlfa alciuo. I have had all from him that I can ?tan4. MM LAND CLAIMS FILED AT SANTA FE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHY IN SES SION GOV. HAGERMAN AP POINTS NOTARIES PUBLIC. Patents for the following land claims have been received: Nicolas Duran de Chaves Grant, Valencia county. Plaza Colorado Grant, Rio Arriba county. San Ma teo Spring Grant, McKlnley and Va lencia counties. Dona. Ana Bend Colony Grant, Dona Ana county. An tonio Sedillo Grant, Bernalillo and Valencia counties. Sevilleta Grant, So corro county. DIED OF STARVATION WHILE HAVING $25,01)0. Frederick, Ma.: The heirs of Charles Edward Bents and Miss Alice V. Bents, his sister, who were found dead in their home on West Patrick street, and who died from want of medical attendance and starvation, have found, upon a partial Investiga tion of the house, money amounting in the aggregate to $1,964.84. Most of the money was in notes of denomi nations of $1 to $20. The money was found between leaves of old books hidden In chests; a quantity of sliver, mostly dollars and quarters, was found in old shot bags, and when lift ed out the bags fell to pieces. Upon inquiry at the banks it was learned there are $6,000 on 3 per cent Interest in the Citizens' National bank, and $5,000 in the Farmers' & Mechanics' bank belonging to them. Henry Dertzbaugh, a cousin of tha deceased, has been appointed collec tor, pending the finding of a will or the appointment of an administrator. There were Borne promissory notes found for money due Bentz, and also a deed for a farm of 100 acres, which no one knew he possessed. In addi tion to this cash, the deceased owned Jointly fifteen houses in Frederick, bringing in a large revenue. The cash thus far discovered in the house was found In two rooms. The cash and real estate thus far located will amount to at least $25,- 000. In the room where Bentz died was found $1,300, and in the room occupied by his sister was found more than $600. Aside from the fact that they vere known to possess means, their condi tion of living Indicated poverty and want In the extreme. Territorial Topics CATTLE ARE DYING IN DONA ANA COUNTY Inspector C. A. Thompson of the cuttle sanitary board reports that the cattle in the vicinity of Berino, Dona Ana county, are dying rapidly. The winter has been very hard and the cattle in that vicinity are thin They are In some manner being pols oned, and go crazy before death. Large numbers have already died. NEW SMELTING PROCESS A STARLING REVELATION The new smelting process now be ing tested at Gunnison, Colorado, promises to revolutionize established methods In Colorado. It is claimed that ore will be treated for $2 per ton and refined for 75 cents per ton It Is likely that a new smelter will be Installed at this place if the tents prove successful. Persuasive Talk In sometimes neceary, but we depend upon the merit of our goods and fair dealing with every customer, to Insnm onr continual success In the drug business. ALVARADO PHARMACY Cor. Gold Ave. and Fint St. B. H. BRIGGS & CO. Proprietors SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST Full Set of Teeth Gold Filling $1.50 up Gold Crowns $6 Painless Extracting 50c ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUAR ANTEED. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED. WANTED Good second hand gunny sacks. Hahn's Coal Yard. WANTED To borrow $560.00 for two years; good real estate secur ity. Box 403, city. WANTED To buy two or three teams from 800 to 1,000 pounds. Inquire at Sturges' corner, R. J. Nisbett. PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. WANTED Gentleman-a second hand clothing. No. 515 South First street, south of viaduct. Bend ad dress and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. WANTED An experienced clerk for a general merchandise store; must speak Spanish and have good rec ommendations. Good salary for the right person. Address F, Citizen office. WANTED Good timber men, saw yers and teamsters; also female help cooks, housekeepers, wash women, etc. Colburn's Employ ment Agency, 109 West Silver avenue. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons and other Chattels; also on SALARIES AND WARE HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low aa $19 and as high as $200. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods remain In your possession. Our rates are reasonable. Call and see us before borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. WANTED Teams The danta Fe Gold & Copper Mining Co., wants teams for coal haul from Hagan to the mines, near San Pedro, and for other purposes. All good teams making application will be given work. Geo. O. Marrs, Superintendent. AGENTS WANTED. MEN AND WOMEN ARE MAKING $10 to $25 a day selling our em broidery goods. No capital or ex perience required. Why not youT Write for samples and exclusive agency. U. S. EMBROIDERY WORKS, Omaha, Neb. You Waited Too Long' and we sold that snap to another IMtrty who took time by the forelock. We have one or two more almost as good though. Como In end ask a boot them. POR T ERF I ELD CO. 21 West Gold Ave. FOR KENT. FOR RENT A twelve-room modern house, unfurnished, at 119 North First street. Call at Rico cafe. FOR RENT Five room housed partially furnished, electric light and bath, low rent. 309 North Sec ond street. Apply to F. H. Strong. FOR RENT A six room two-sry brick house, corner of Seventh street and Tljeras avenue. Inquire at Lommorl & Matteucct, 624 West TIJerRS avenue. B. F. COPP, ROOM 12, N. T. ARMIJO BLDG. NTERESTING EVENTS AMERICAN HISTORY FOR RENT Seven-room new brick house, furnished part or whole; large barn and chicken house; two acres of land. See P. F. McCanna, or Mrs. P. M. Gavin. FOR RENT Five-room house In good repair, corner of Railroad avenue and Hill street. Low rent to a permanent tenant. Inquire of J. F. Luthy. NEWS SAYS HANG THAW TILL HE IS DEAD So far as the Thaw case is con cerned this paper thinks there is no question but that he is crazy, he was a born lunatic, and the quicker the breed is stopped the better, says the Tucumcarl News. So we say If you want our opinion hang the son of a gun until he Is dead, very dead. If his wife Is young and has been abused which no doubt she has, put her In a house of correction and teach her to wash dishes and make her own cloth es. While there would not be maybe as much sensation in It there would be as in the case of Sam Jones' wash woman, more of the stern realities of life. Meeting of Hoard of Osteopathy. The board of osteopathy of the ter. rltory of New Mexico met this after' noon In the office of Dr. C. O. Wheel- on on Palace avenue. There were present: Dr. C. H. Conner of Albu- uueruue, president, and Dr. Charles A. Wheelon, of Santa Fe, secretary. After disposing of routine business Dr, Mitchell Miller of F.ast Las Vegas presented his diploma from a recog nized college, was examined and ad' mined to practice osteopathy In New Mexico. The board then adjourned to meet at the call of The president. GAMBLING DENS RAIDED RY THE EL PASO lOLH'K. El l'aso, Texas.: Two gambling dens In the south part of the city were raided Saturday night shortly after 1 1 o'clock, by Captain Wal brldge and Policemen Carbajal, Pa- rada and Roberts. At the saloon on the corner of the alley on Second street, between El Paso and Santa Fe, the police found C. O. Barnes, a ne gro, running a monte game. A crowd of about twenty negroes had gathered In the place, and some of them were playing the game. Barnes was taken In by the police MEADOW t'lTY PEOPLE MAY GET TOGETHER The petition circulated on the west side reported to oppose the union of the city and town and which was rumored to have 700 signatures has been withdrawn, says the Las Vegas Optic. The petition was started through a false rumor and did not op pose a union of Las Vegas and East Las Vegas. It was understood by the originators that the city of Las Vegas would attempt to annex only the plaza and business houses of the town and would leave out all of the resi dence portion. This the people on the west side, who did not understand the conditions, opposed, with good reason, and the petition was circulat ed for the purpose of fighting an at tempt to take their business houses away from them. The matter has now been satisfactorily settled and there Is practically no opposition to a greuter Las Vegus on fair and equit able terms. February 17. 1776 Congress obliged to issue $4,000,000 additional bills of conti nental paper to meet war expenses. 1778 Lord North's conciliatory bill presented in parliament. 1834 An indemnity treaty made with Spain. 1856 Charleston, S. C, almost ae- stroyed by fire. 1865 A confederate paper dollar Is worth 2 cents. February 18. 1492 Columbus arrives at Santa Maria, 1562 Admiral Collgny dispatches a squadron with colonists under Jean Ribault for Florida, his second un successful attempt to found a Hu guenot colony. 1777 Col. Nellson, with a party of American militia, defeats British troops under Mai. Stockton. 1871 The Bennett expedition, led by Stanley, starts from Zanzibar for the Interior with 193 men divided into five caravans. February 19. 1777 Congress commissions five major generals, but overlooks Bene dict Arnold. 1780 New York cedes her right In western lands to the United States. 1865 Fort Anderson cartured by the Federals. February 20. 1781 Congress appoints Robert Morris superintendent of finance. 1815 Naval battle off Cape St. Vincent, frigate constitution captures British brigs Cyane and Levant. 1854 Most violent snowstorm in twenty-three years prevails from Washington northward. 1856 Packet ship John Rutledge strikes an Iceberg and founders; only one out of 158 persons survives. 1898 Court of Inquiry begins its investigation into the blowing up of the battleship Maine. February 21. 1781 Gen. Greene recrosses the Dan; he sends Lieut. Col. Lee after a troop of Tarleton's dragoons under Captain. Miller. 1862 Bereavement visits the white house; "Tad," Lincoln's favorite son dies. 1885 Washington monument dedicated at Washington. FOR RENT Five-room furnished house, also two and three room flats, very reasonable to good ten ants. Apply at 415 West Railroad avenue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms $1.00 per week and up; also nice rooms for light housekeeping $1.00 per week and up furnished with stove and cooking utensils and dishes. The Minneapolis House, 524 South Second street, Albuquer que, N. M. FOR SALE. FOR SALE A good big eow, will be fresh soon. See George K. Neher. FOR SALE OR Yost typewriter, sen. EXCHANGE A See The Citl family horse Apply at 621 FOR SALE A good and buggy, cheap. South Walter. FOR SALE Three lots, corner of Sil- ver avenue and Fifth street, one and one-half blocks from the new postofflce site. $2,000 cash FOR SALE Furniture of a five- room house; all new; used only five months. 306 West Hunlng. Aft ernoons. FOR SALE The Claude Glrard property on Mountain road, first house west of acequla, near Six teenth street. Inquire on premises or at 300 North Proadway. FOR SALE Majority of stock in es- tabllshed and paying retail bust ness. Incorporated. Ow.ner wishes to leave city. Address ho. 1126 Dally Citizen. FOR SALE Cheap, Edison Mlmeo- graph, Smith-Premier typewriter, Doran 2,000 candle-power gasoline lamp, buggy, scale, show cases. Old Albuquerque Postofflce store. FOR SALE Three lots, corner of Sil ver avenue and Fifth street, one and one-half blocks from the new postofflce site. $2,000 cash. M. P. Stamm. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 32 F.St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions. land patents, copyrights, caveats, letter patents, trade marks, claims. R. W. D. Bqran. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Cromwell block, Albuquerque, N. M. dentists'. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 and 3, Barnett building, over O'RIelly's drug store. Phone No. 744. Appointments made by mall. Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S. No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office hours, 9 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:39 p. m. to 6 p. m. Both phones. Ap pointments made by mall. PHYSICIANS. DR. J. R. HAYNES Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 11 and 13, N. T. Armljo building. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Occidental Life Building. Tele phone 886. Albuquerque, N. M. DR. R. L. HUST. Office, 6-8, X. T. Armljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with High Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse in attendance. Both phones. UNDERTAKER. Auto, phone 316. Colo., Red 111 A. BORDERS. Commercial Club building. Black or White hearse, $5. ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-47 Bar nett building, Albuquerque, N. M. Both phones. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell. Room 23. N. T. Armljo building. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Matldlson. Office with W. B. Chllders, West Gold avenue. 117 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. FOR SALE At the "Variety" you will find fine home made bread, 5c a loaf; doughnuts, pies, baked beans, soup and other good things stirctly home made. Phone 710. Mrs. Downs, 606 South Arno St. If Aiiixiiuted Notnrltu Public. The following have been appointed notaries public by Governor Hager- nian: II. S. Rowley, Quay, Quay county; S. G. Anderson, Carrizozo, Lincoln county; M. A. Mlera, Tina, Taos county: H. J. Anderson, A. L. Man- hutten, Hilda, Roosevelt county; J. C llabeimer, Thornton, Sandoval county; F. A. Becker. Belen, Valencia county. lii ne How's Thtsf We otter One llundre1 l)olla-a Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot b cured ny nan i alarm ure. r. J. L'llKNKI & t.'O.. Toledo. Ohio. We. the undersigned, have known K. J. Cheney (or the last ll years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations nmile by his firm. WBldlriK. Klnnm St Marvin. WholesHlt) UruKKlsts, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally. acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Teatlmonlals ent free. Price 7ic. per bottle, bold by all tukkihis. Take Halls Family Pills for constlpa tloo. Every mother feels m great dread of the pain and danger attendant upon the most critical period of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and dancer incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery. Mother's Friend is the only remedy which rcli ves women of the great pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are n longer desn ndent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other dist essing con tions are overcome, the system is made ready for the coining event, and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothe Frle.id. "It is worth its weight in gold $ays many who have used it. $1.00 pi bottle at drug stores. Book containing valuable information of interest to all women, will be sent to any address free upon application to BRAD FIELD HEQULATOR OO.. Atlanta, O February 22. 1630 Fast day In Massachusetts changed into a day of thanksgiving because of the arrival of a ship from England with provisions. 1717 Snow is six feet deep In Boston. 1732 George Washington, father of his country. Is born. 1770 A patriotic crowd In Boston resents the contravention act and Is fired upon by British soldiers; a Mr. Richardson and Christopher Snider, a boy eleven years old, are killed; the . newspapers announce the boy's death as the first martyr to American liberty. 1780 Ice is seventeen inches thick on Schuylkill river at Philadelphia an ox la roasted on the river. 1862 Jefferson Davis Is inaugurat ed president of the confederate states at Richmond. 1866 President Johnson makes a speech in front of the white house In which he denounces the recon struction committee and declares congress in a state of rebellion against the government of the United States, February 23. 1817 Rattle of Iiuena Vista; Santa Anna, with 22,000 Mexicans, defeat ed by Gen. Taylor with 4,750 Ameri cans. 1861 Abraham Lincoln, president elect, reaches Washington in safety amid many rumors of peril. icai g Mother's irfiCRCJ A Habit to Re Encouraged. The mother who has acquired the habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, saves herself a great amount of uneasiness and anxiety. Coughs, colds and croup, to which children are suscep tible are quickly cured by its use. It conteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, and If given as soon as the first symptoms of croup appear. It will prevent the at tack. This remedy contains nothing Injurious and mothers give It to lit tle ones with a feeling of perfect se curity. Sold by all druggists. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, New Mexico. January 22, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Ramon Padilla of San Rafael, N. M., has filed notice of his intention to make final five year- proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6689, made December 3, 1901, for the EH NW14, and EH SW14, Section 26, Township 10 N, Range 10 W, and that said proof will be made before Jesus M. Luna, Probate Clerk ait Los Lunas, N. M., on March 7, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Jose R. Candelaria, Rafael Baldes, Manuel Sanchez, Blsente Padta, all of San Rafael, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M. January 29, 1907. Notice is hereby given that San tiago Garcia, of Chilill, N. M., has filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6591 made October 2, 1901, for the SEVi NWli, EH SWH and SW14 SEVi, Section 3, Township 8 N, Range 6 E, and that said proof will be made before II. W. S. Otero, United States Court Commissioner at Albuquerque, N. M., on March 6, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Manuel Y. Acunla, Antonio Sando val, Julian Lucero and Jose Mora, all of Chilill, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. Hunting for Trouble. "rve lived In California 20 years, and nm still hunting for trouble in the way of burns, sores, wounds, bolls, cuts, sprains, or a case of piles that liucklen's Arnica Salve won't quickly cure," wrles Charles Walters, oir Alleghany, Sierra county. No use hunting, Mr. Walters; it cures every ce. Guaranteed by all druggists. ISc. RLsing lYoin the Grave. A prominent manufacturer, Wm A. Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C, relates a most remarkable experience. He says: "After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters, I feel like one rising from the grave. My trou- I ble is BriKht's disease, In the Dia betes stage. I fully believe Electric Hitters will cure me permanently, for It has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have trobuled me for years." Guaranteed by all druggists. Price only 60o. Lame Back. This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm two or three times a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each application. If this does not afford relief, bind on a piece of flan nel slightly dampened with Pain Balm, and quick relief is almost sure to follow. For sale by all druggists. NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe. New Mexico. January 22, 1907. Notice Is hereby given that Juanv de Dlos Padilla of San Rafael, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6688. made December 8, 1901, for the WW NE4, and WH SEH. Section 26, Township 10 N, Range 10 W, and that said proof will be made before Jesus M. Luna, Probate Clerk at Los Lunas, N. M., on March 7, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Jose R. Candelaria, Rafael Baldes. Manuel Sanchez, Bisente Padla, all of San Rafael, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS Tti-jf nvtM'tiMti WeikriMi, Ift-fru-larit v ttntl iMiiUnloiia.hii n mr vi.,r anil bttltiill ' I a I ita ,, ttieltiu. lit ii " '1 I jf iiw . hdvrrt" tittftrlsjit ..niwiil""i mwIh 4 .lt v !..( nifiil ,.i ir. hi nn. I b-'J . htf kll'twii f Itnly (..r ttaiiu n rll lli.-tn. ruin .t it. Itxiin llfu ! TOR BY ANN ft WON.