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PAGE SIX ALBUQUERQUE EVElTflTQ CITTZE'N'. CATTLE BRAND il BOOK IS IN i DEMAND Diamond Is Favorite Among Stockmen All Over the Country. Kast Lns VeRas, N. M., Oct. 19. "The New Mexico brand book Issued by the cattle sanitary board or rsew Mexico. Bhowlnir all the brands on cattle, horses, mules and asses re recorded under the provisions of the approved February lth, 1899, nd all other brands recorded since llav 1st. 1899. to December 31st, 1906, has reached this office and is a neat little volume of much Interest to cattlemen. It contains 535 panes of brands and an Index of 109 pares. 24.656 trnnds are recorded In all. Of these S"4 are single "A" and 230 single T alone. Under the letter J alnclT and In combination with other letters, figures and characters there re Z.6ZI brands, 1,996 are recoraea Jn the simple "S" and with It as the Indicative letter. 1,ShO m "A" while H" has 874 and "Q" only 48. The 24.656 brands are recorded nder 18.530 names, 103 under Arch ftileta. Baca 281. Chaves 497. Gallegos 381. Oarcla 321, Gonzales 264, Jones 364. Lopes 159, Lucero 205, Martinet 374, Romero 255, Sanches 272 and 170. The book Is a convenient size, About 5x8 and 3-4 of an Inch In thickness. It Is printed on the finest of Bible paper and the compiling of It was moat exacting work, requiring .reat care on the part of thofe- m whose charge It has been and taking the entire Time of two persons lor over two years. fThe name of the owner, postoffice address and the location of the brand Is first written with the type writer on sheets especially ruled for this work, each sheet contains 46 spaces. The brands are then placed In the space to the left of the name by hand with India Ink. These ttheets are then photographed and nlaten are made from the photo graphs. The printing Is then done from the plates. In the characters the Diamond is the favorite as there ere over 300 on record. Others are shields, crowns, hearts, stars, ladders, hats, coffee pots, tin cups, anvils, acorns', arrows and swars, hands, shoes snakes, faces, fish, flags, axes, pipes, boot Jacks, trowels, hoes, anchors and birds besides those classed as "Mis cellaneous" which have no likeness to any known thing, showing the In genuity of the cattleman In selecting something, entirely different from any other, for his own. Kvery stockman should have one of these books. Address the secretary of the Cattle Sanitary Board, East Las Vegas, N. M.. and remit the price $1.50 by check, stamps, money order or registered letter and copy will be sent to you postpaid by re turn mall. CATTLE SANITARY BOARD. I'KUIUK I1KK IIAGES NKAll LAS VEGAS. RELIEVES VERY WORST S BE NEW MEXICO IN STATEBOOD LINE Overcomes Chronic Cases of Rheumatism Promptly and Is Harmless. Cut this out and put In some safe Dlace. for It Is valuable and worth more than anything else In the world If you should have an attack ot rheumatism or bladder trouble or any derangement ot tne Kiunes whatever. The prescription U simple, and can be made ud 'by anyone at home. The Ingredients can be had at any good prescription -pharmacy and all tnat la necessary Is to shake them well In a bottle. Mere It Is: Fluid Extract Dande lion, one.half ounce: Compound Kar- gon. one ounce; Compound tryrup ot Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Take a teaspoonrul after eacn meat and at bedtime. A few doses is said to relieve almost any case of bladder trouble, frequent urination, pain and scalding, weakness ana DacKacne, pain above the kidneys, etc. Jt is now claimed to De tne memoa oi curing chronic rheumatism, because of Its direct and positive action up on the ellmlnatlve tissues or me kUlnevs. If cleanses these sponge- like organs and gives them life and power to sift and strain tne poison ous waste matter and urlo acid from the blood relieving the worst forms of rheumatism and kidney and blad der troubles. The extract dandelion acts upon the stomach and liver and is used also extensively for relieving constipation and Indigestion. Com pound sarsaparilla cleans ana en riches the blood. As vou or anyone ot your xamiiy, especially the old folks, may be at tacked at any time It would be wise to cut this out and save it. A we 1 known local druggist is au thority that thLs prescription is safe to use at any time. .Mix It yourself. Treaty With Mexico Long Ago Contained Promise of Admission. Territoria Topics 1 Six Hundred Acres Burned Over Be .fore Blaze Was Controlled By Handlers. Las Vegas. N. M Oct. 1. A prairie tire burned from five to six hundred acres of grass east of Asul yesterday afternoon, but was extin guished before great damage was done. T. D. Hand telephoned In for help from his ranch at Los Alamos and Pablo JTaramillo took out a num ber of fire fighters. Wet blankets were used and the men battled with the flames for; a number of hours, extinguishing the last spark at about 7 o'clock in the evening. The graBS was fully a foot high and it is thought that it was set fire by the railroad. All of the employes on the Hand ranch and the neighbors fought the flames. llry Make You Feel Good. The pleasant purgative effect ex perienced by all who use Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the .healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful. Price, 25 cents. Sam ples free at all drug stores. COl'llT KHTTLFS AN OLD BOL'XD.VHY DISPUTE. Judge Personally Marks Dividing Line in lae or Mrs. Lucia l.xoit.-Hinio Versus David M. White. Fanta Fe, N. M., Oct. 19. After evidence was submitted today in the case of (Mrs. Lucia 6. Laccasagne ver aus David M. White Involving a dis puted boundary line dividing the ttropcrty of the litigants, Judge J. R. McFle adjourned court and personal ly InxijeuteU the land In question. A civil engineer accompanied the party rtid the judge Indicated a line satis factory to both sides and the prop erty will be purveyed accordingly day used In the manufacture of brick at the territorial penitentiary Is taken from the banks on the land owned by Mrs. Laccasagne and Mr. AV'hite. Stops earache In two minutes; toothache or pain of burn or scald In live minutes; hoarseness, one hour; nuHcleache, two hours', sore throat, twelve hours Dr. Thomas Kclec'.ric Oil, monarch over pain. ingestion Stomach trouble I but s symptom of. nd no ti tuoll s trua disexM. We think of I-i-ina, Mrtbum. sad ludiseatioa si rual llfc-w. ) llur are aympluin ouir ol a ana in tpeciuo iarra ilcluieM Duthlng elan. It wai this laci that flntf correctly led Dr. Shoos tn th creation ol ttiat now very popular Stomach Iteniwly Dr. bhoop'i KratoraUvo. (icing dir,- to the itnruarh nurvra. alona brounht that tunvti and favor to I'r tboop ami hii Krstorailvr. WHli out thai orilnal and highly vital prinrtple. no aorh iltng accouiiuhninu wr rvur to U had. turtiomacb dllrt-a, bloating, biliousn. s. laid hmili and aallow cotuuUxiou. try I'r. r-hoou I fcrtortiv Tabl. u or Liquid and auo for your self whai it can and will do. ns Mil aid cba gully rwoonuuaud Dr. Shoop's Restorative "ALL DRUGGISTS C n. Allaire, of San Antonio. N. M., planted two acres of melons of various kinds and realized over $400 from them. Tip Stanford, who has been a member of the ranger force for five vears. serving as a private In Arizona, was yesterday promoted to the rank of sergeant. Rutherford Is the name of a new postoffice recently established below Camp Verde, Arizona. The postoffice Is named after City Attorney Ruth erford of Jerome. Douglas. Ariz., claims she has been stung again. The price of milk has been raised from 10 to 15 cents a quart and large buyers now pay 45 cents a gallon Instead of 35 cents. A postoffice has been established at Murdock, Quay county, to be served from Melrose, 19 miles to the south. Caddie B. Smith was appoint ed postmaster. At a recent meeting of the Mesa Arizona, chamber of commerce 10 000 pamphlets advertising that sec tion were ordered, rnoenix win snena 11,000 a month for ten months for a like purpose. The contract for building the branch Graham county jail at Clif ton, Arizona, has been awarded to W. S. Humphrey for $6,400. A Jail to cost $8,472 will be erected at Mo- rencl by Henry Hill. The Cochise county supervisors ac cepted the bridge at Benson, Arizona The bridge cost $6,500 and Is built of steel with a clear span of 100 feet and of a height to guarantee It free from high water. R. J. Young and Professor Lunn of Globe, have secured the Bonita group of mines in Graham county, Arizona, near Safford, and will soon commence extensive development work. Lordburg's lid is screwed on tight as the result of a declaration by Sheriff McGralh of the county tha the Sunday law must be enforced or the violators must take their medl cine. J. R. Confer, who wa. permanent ly tllsubled In an accident at the smelter in Humboldt. Arizona, June 4, has commenced suit ugalnst the Consolidated Ariznna Smelting Co. and the Arizona Exploration Co., fo $40,000 damages. The board of supervisors of Gra ham county. Arizona, at their quar terly session Just closed, let contracts tor public improvements tiggreK"""K over 16,b"u. ine improvements loiiHist or nrancn jaws ui v .niton aim Morencl, the former to cost $6,4mt and the latter $8,472, a water works svstrm for the county Jail and hos pital, an acetylene lighting plant ior the court house and an addition to the hospital. The Phoenix. Arizona, Republican lately printed an Inquiry by Alphonse I.avole regarding his brother, Abel Lavole. of whom he had not heard for some time. Sunday the Republi can received a communication irom A. L. Nelson living on R. K. U. No. 1. raying that Abel Iivole has been working for him since last March, lie wrote to his brother about three months uko but got no reply. After nearlv sixty years of more or less patient waiting, New Mexico at Inst finds statehood In sight. On his trip down the Mississippi, President Roosevelt committed himself to the admission of the territory. Inviting the governor of Oklahoma and of New Mexico to board his boat he said; "I want the governor of the territory that has become a state and the governor of the territory that Is to become a state to mi wun me. In the treaty of Guadalupe Hldal go between the United States and Mexico, concluded in 1848, the Am erican government Inserted Article 3 of the Louisiana treaty; which gave the promise: "The Inhabitants of the ceded ter ritory shall be Incorporated In the union of the United States, and ad mitted as soon as possible, according to the principles of the federal con- t tut on. to the enloyment or ail tne rights, advantages and Immunities of citizens of the United States." The first state admitted under the pledge of the original Louisiana treaty was Louisiana, nine years after the promise was given. The last bit of the Louisiana purchase, Oklaho ma, Is Just now passing out or tne territorial condition, one hundred and four years after the treaty of cession was signed. The proceedings under the Mexican treaty have been little more rapid. California was admitted In 1850, two years after Its acquisition, Nevada In 1864, and Utah In 1896. Parts of Colorado, ad mitted In 1876, and of Wyoming, ad mitted In 1890, were also Included In the Mexican ces-slon. Only Arizona and New Mexico are still left outside of the union of states. In 1876 New Mexico had 91,876 Inhabitants, which was more than Colorado, Dakota (then united). Idaho, Montana, Nevada. Oregon, Utah, Washington, or Wyoming had at that time. In 1900 the population of New Mexico was 195,310, and Colorado, the Dakotas, Montana, Oregon, Utah and Washington had parsed her In the Interval. Hut even now New Mexico Is more populous than Delaware, Idaho, Nevada or Wyoming. When she comes In. Ari zona will be the only territory In the main body of the United tSates and It will not be possible much longer to resist the demand for a final clean up of the territorial system. Col lier's, Oct. 19, 1907. CREAM BaEriirog IPowdeir Without question it makes the finest, the most healthful food. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder has been used through out North America for three generations and is acknowledged to be the standard baking powder for ease and economy. V.I1H AM PUB MEANS AVD O'SCRPASSFTD FACILITIES THE CUB'S CORNER HAIR DRESSFR AJTD DL9T. cninopo- Mrs. Bamhinl, at her parlors oppo site the Alvarado and next door to Sturges' cafe, Is prepared to give thorough scalp treatment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and In growing nails. She gives massage treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of com plexion cream builds up the skin and improves the complexion, and Is guaranteed not to be Injurious. She also prepares a hair tonic that cures and prevents dandruff and hair fall ing out; restores life to dead hair; removes moles, warts and superfluous hair. Massage treatment by vibrator machines. For any blemish of the face, call and consult Mrs. Bambini. o STAGE TO JEMEZ. LEAVES 211 WEST GOLD EVERY MOUXLNO AT 5 O'CLOCK. It's a cinch there's more than one kind of "frost" In the coal business. a We're always glad when fair time's here, But gladder It comes but once a year. Funny how a little thing will some times Interest a lot of people. Twenty-seven people have asked me dur ing the last two days if the police were sure they had gotten everything back that was stolen from that pawn chop. I Made a Hit. I met an auto yesterday, On Central avenue, I tried to dodge it but alas The auto It dodged too It was a most exciting chase A game of hit or miss, The auto wertt , On This iDown Like The Up Street and I went O How would you like to live In a .tate, same as the old folks back east; how would you like to see New Mexico have two life Bized U. S. sen ators and a half a dozen members In "Uncle Joe's House;" how would you like to vote for president, and talk about "our delegation" at Washing ton, like a real free born American! Get In line with a noise like a Roost er that can be heard as far as Washington. P Take Care of Tabby, If you are owner of a cat these days, take heed that it dies not more than eight times, for tabby's final demise means trouble. As a law abiding citizen you will find that a dead cat, though physically lifeless and officially extinct, can run the whole gamut of tne animal diction ary and become a veritable elephant on your hands. The good old prac tice of depositing defunct felines In the middle of the nearest street has long since passed into oblivion and the police court yawns for him who tries it. Also leaving the remains to the mercies of the elements In va cant lots and rubbish heaps will bring the health officer on a hurry up call, and It's you to the jusgado pronto. Yon must not put it in the x-equla, nor drop it over Barelas bridge; you must not bury It In your own back yard, nor even In your neighbors; you must not throw it on the barn roof or In the mudhole In the alley. Someone over In the west end tried dropping one In a sewer manhole and the roar Street Com missioner Tlerney set up is rever- bratlng vet. You might try crema tlon. If you can afford the fuel for a funeral pyre. Or you can send it away with the city scavenger, but the city council says his methods of disposition are not sanitary. veruy where Is the cat at! The situation is getting desperate. Qulrwy Sprains and Swellings Cored. "In November, 1901, I caught cold and had the quinsy. My throat was swollen so I could hardly breathe. I applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and It gave me relief In a short time. In two days I was all right," says Mrs. L. Cousins, Otterburn, Mich. Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is a lini ment and is especially valuable for sprains and swellings. For sale by all druggists. o ESTAXCIA CHURCH WILL HE DEDICATED SUNDAY. BANK OF COMMERCE of ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERT FROPEH ACCOMMODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNT! CAPITAL 1150,000.00 Officers and Directors: SOLOMON IXNA, President. W. S. BTRICKLER, W. JOHNSON, Vice President and CastUor. Aw4Hat Claahler. , WILLIAM McXNTOSH, 3. C. BALDRIDGE, A, M. BLACK WELL O. E. CROMWELL. Rev. .Saniurl Tlbiir, D. D., Will Offi ciate at Ceremonies at New Ei9Conal Edifice. Estancla. N. M., Oct. 19. The First Methodist Episcopal church of Estancla will be dedicated Sunday, according to an announcement made by the .board of trustees. Rev. Sam uel Blair, D. D., of El Paso, who Is superintendent of the English missions of the New Mexico district, will officiate at the ceremony and deliver the dedicatory sermon. The church building is a very creditable one for a town of the eize of Estan cla. The estimated cost is $3,500, and the pews will cost an additional $250. DeWitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills relieve backache, weak kidneys, and inflammation ot the bladder. Sold by J H. O'Ritlly. To cherk a cold quickly, get from vour drUKnt-t ome little Candy Cold Tablets called l'reventics. Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventlcs. for thev are not only safe, hut decidedly certain and prompt 1'ieveiitlcs contain no Quinine, no Isxative, nothing harsh nor sickening- Taken .it the "sneeze stage" l'reven tics will prevent Pneumonia, Bron chitis. I,a Grippe, etc. Hence the name. Preventlcs. tiood for feverish rhiliiren. 4K Preventlcs 25 cents Trial boxej 5 cents. Sold by all tealers. o DeWltt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Stive Is ifco.i for little burns and big burns, small scratches or bruises nd big- one. Sold by J. U. O'Rielly. IT IS IDEAL FOR PERSONS CONVALESCENT After the system has passed through some severe illness you'll find the Bitters will aid wonderfully in restoring your former strength and vigor. In thousands of cases during the past 54 years this has been proven. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS cCliaftATCO r STOMACH ESS I besides making you well again, will keep you so, if you Ti will only take an occasional dose when the stomach, liver or kidneys decome deranged. It strengthens the entire digestive1 system and thus cures and prevents SicR Head ache, Nausea, Belching, Bloating, Heartburn, Dyspepsia, In digestion, Kidney oj Liver Troubles, Costiveness, Chills, Colds, Female Ills or General Weakness. Such proof as the following letters should convince anybody of its intrinsic value. Dr. II. II. Davis, Louis ville, Miss., says; "I very ftequcntly prescribe your Hitters in convalescence and always with good results. It is well worthy of a trial by eveiyone in that condition." HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Is sold only In bottles, like the Illustration, and never In bulk. Kefuseall Imitations and substi tutes. The genuine has Private stamp over neck Chas. Wieman, Bear Lak, Mich., says: 'I take your Hitters whenever my system is weak and run down. It in vigorates and builds me up better than anything I have ever taken. REMEMBER, THERE'S NOTHING LIKE HOSTETTER'S FOR THE STOMACH MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. ALBUQUERQUm . NKW MKXICO capital and surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO OMCCR AND DIRECTOR JOSHUA ft. RAXNOfcDfl T.mn . .Irwl4&i K. W. FLOURNOT ..Vie Pr14M FRANK MeKM Cuktar K. A. FROIT ....Aulatent CasMw K. F. &ATNOLDI Director U. B. DEPOSITORY Authorise CapIUl 1MMW.M Paid TJp Capital, Barplu ud Profit $25t.W.M Depository far Atchlwta, Topeks ft Santa Fa Railway Consaay I WHEN YOU WANT MONEY CAREFULLY LOOKED AFTER DEPOSIT YOUR FUNDS IN THE STATE NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. -OLD HELIABXJB." ESTABLISHED 1171. L. B. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries tha larfstt and Most Excluslra Stock of Btapla Oroearlsa la tk Southwest. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD A VENUS. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. Convenience - Comfort - Security , The telephone make tha .daUes lighter, tbeoarealcaa and the worries, fewer. The telephone preserve your health, prolenfa year IU and protect your home. TOU NE1 A TOXirHOXE XS TOUR HOME THE COLORADO TELEPHONE! CO.