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ALBUQUERQUE EVEKTIXG CTT1ZF.N
TlKslVVV. lfX'I".MIM.U 17, l()7.
THERE MUST BE
BO POOLING OF
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w-r', i", ,Ai.,rt,wm)v'Vi "WitJ.c ii;lB $ j
By buying Stoves, Ranges, Cooking Utensils, Enamel and Tinware, Nickel and Silverware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Builders' and Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools etc., etc., at
So Rules a Kentucky Tribunal
In Case. Attracting Wido
1'ari.i, Ky.. 17- "I would
riitht.T an InjuHiico would be (Unie
tine limn than one hundred thousand
jiit-n MilE-r evM-;Hst!nf ruin.-' wi the
;i;iiiticnni statnui'iii of Judge llob
frt Stout In su-t'iiining the injunc
tion retraining F. T. lUlden, of
l-i-ai,k!l,i rountv. from hipping his
jjoieit lobucco ii Louisville for the
plllJPOML' Of llvpOslllg Of H.
The Injunction was granted by the
clerk of the .Franklin circuit couri.
i.i response to proceedings Instituted
by the Franklin counly board of
cjiurul, a branch of the American
Society of Kiiutty, upon Information
that ihe defendant liad delivered to
the Kentucky lliver Towboat com
jinny his crop of eighteen hogsheads
of tobacco of the 1!06 crop for the
purpose of shipping and selling It on
the Lnu'.yville market, Mr. Haltfen
bavin pooled his tobacco with the
Society of Kiuity previously.
The defendant through his uttor-nt-j
s, J j:i LlniLwy and John Hod
man, of Frankfort, sought to show
that the plaintiff was not, according
to law, tin incorporated company,
and objected to the lillng of an
amended petition by the plaintiff,
which Judge Stout admitted as of
record. In sustaining the Injunction,
Judge Stout said he had never shirk
ed a duty and In a previous case from
the county of Woodford had upheld
the constitutionality of the pooling
of tobacco, and In the case before
the bar. In his Judgment, the con
tract between the defendant and the
Society of Equity was a valid one.
Judge Stout directed that an order
be entered sustaining the injunction
and requiring that the bond be re
newed and that the defendant place
his crop in a place of safety. The
plaintiff was represented by Presi
dent AV. K. Thompson and Secretary
W. T. Le, of the Franklin county
hoard of control, and by Ool. John
R. Allen. L. A. Xuchols," of Versail
les, Judge John ir. Polsgrove, of
Frankfort, and C. M. Thomas, Df
Paris. The case caused great Inter
est and many farmers, including the
ollicer of the Bourbon countv board
of control, were In the audience. The
case will at once be taken to the
court of appeals and will he watched
with Intense Interest hv the tobacco
growers all over Kentucky.
A Good Liniment.
When you neea a good reliable
l'nlment try Chamberlain's Pain
Halm. It has no superior for sprains
and swellings. A piece of flannel
slightened dampened with Pain
Balm Is superior to a plaster for
lame back or pains In the Bide or
chest. It also relieves rheumatic
pains and makes sleep and rest pos
sible. For sale by all druggists.
DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAOTIC
!Xo Cam) Ida to From South Is Expect
ed to Seek Candidacy Astoria
New York, Dec. 17. Gov. Hoke
Smith of Georgia was In town today
to attend: a meeting of the trustees
of the Peabody fund, of which he is
a member. Regarding conditions in
the democratic party, he said:
"I never saw such a chaotic condi
tion. The more you look at It, the
more chaotic It seems. The southern
democrats do not mean to be longer
treated as if that section of the
country was still in secession.
"We regard a southern democrat
as Ju.-t as good as any other demo
crat. The southern democrat should
he considered by the gray matter he
has In his head and not by the sec
tion in which he lives."
"Will the south have a candidate
for the nomination for president
"No, I do not think so. No one
seems to want it. But the present
southern sentiment will manifest it
self In the convention and everywhere
else from now on."
NEW THEORY SUCCESSFUL
L. T. Cooper Makes Many Converts
During Stay in That City.
The new theory (hacked up by his
preparation) advanced by U T.
Cooper with regard to the cause of
most 111 health of the prevent genera
lion is being sown broadcast by this
Cooper believes that the human
stomach has become degenerate In
civilised races and claims that good
health Is impossible unless the stom
eh Is re-vitalUed. This he claims
to do with his preparation.
An article from the Indianapolis
Star during Cooper's stay In that city
lias this to Bay of Cooper and his
preparation: "Kesidents of this city
are being astounded by Ij. T. Cooper
and his new preparation.
"Heports that preceded Mr. Coop
er's vi-it here told of his success In
other localities, but the Immense suc
cess of his medicine and the general
belief In his theory was wholly un
precedented. "So great is the rush of the public
to this young man that people stand
in line waiting their turn for hours
in an effort to see him. The most
Interesting feature of this is state
ments made by reliable citizens as
to the actual accomplishments of
Cooper's medicine. Among recent
statements of this character the fol
lowing L a fair example:
Appointments Will be Made
This F.venlng-One Conduc
tor Decided Upon.
Who will fret the new jobs made
hy the inauguration of train service
on the Santa Fe cut-off?
This Is a most momentous question
with, local trainmen Ju.it now. Three
promotions for conductors are on
the tapis and there are a dozen or
more applicants. That nome of them
will be disappointed will naturally
follow. The new run from Albuquer
que to Texlco, ten hours, and then
ten hours back a layover of a night
at Texlco and another layover here.
Is considered by the railroad men a
Superintendent F. L. Myers, of the
Ulo Grande, who has the selection
of the new crews, eald last nitcht
that he had decided upon but one
man. Conductor Chas, Watllngton, of
Conductor Watllngton is on the
Rlncon-Silver City passenger run
now, but will give it up for the cut
"The other appointments will go
to the oldest freight men who want
the Jobs." said Mr. Myers lat night.
"There are Beveral who are In line,
but there will be no discrimination
in the making of the selection. The
oldest men making application will
be given preference. The crews will
be made up Tuesday evening."
STEKIi SWITCH ROPES
OX S. T. CABOOSES.
All of the Southern Pacific caboos
es have been equipped with 30 feet
of eteel cable for use a switch
ropes. These ropes are used when
the crew has to replace a derailed
car and are superior to the old style
ro-pes that have been in use on the
road. They are very expensive and
the train crews are instructed to take
the bent possible care of them.
SANTA FTC HAS TVIKECT
LINE INTO OOLDFIELD.
The Santa Fe railroad has Ju9t ac
quired the lease of several small
lines in Nevada over which are given
a direct route to the Tonopah and
Ooldneld territories. The new line
leaves the Santa Fe at Ludiow, Cal
ami runs to Beatty, Nev.. where con
nection Is made for Qoldfleld over
"Mr. Ji. F. Campbell, of 3224 West
Washington street, had this to say of
his experience with Cooper: "I have
been a victim of tomach trouble for
the past five years sick and suffering
pain all the time. Everything I ate
distressed me. I have been under the
treatment of many physicians and
have taken all kinds of medicine,
none of which afforded me relief. I
was greatly discouraged, and was
about ready to give up, when Mr.
Cooper came to this city to Introduce
" "I was skeptical, of course, after
spending so much money and taking
such a large quantity of medicine,
but, like the drowning man, I was
ready to grab at a straw, so I se
cured some of Mr. Cooper's New Dis
covery medicine and began taking it.
It seemed to help right from the
first dose. I have been taking it for
several weeks, and can now eat
heartily and enjoy my meals for the
firt time In five years eat any
thing, without pain or distress of any
kind. I feel like a new being life
Is worth living now."
iet us explain Mr. Copers re
markable medicine to you If your
general health Is not all that It
should be. J. H. O'ltielly Drug
Store, corner Central avenue and
NEW RUNS ARE
; the iiulltrog & Uoldtield railroad. At
.nlillirld connection Is made to Ton
i opali over Uio TunoDuh & GolUHcld.
Thedd new lines give the iiuia
Fe the most direct service Into the
, new .Nevada gold holds. '1 hroutfh
trains with S'leejier for the Tonopah
and (Joldtield regions run from Lkjs
: AnKeles to Tonopah. All the over
' land through' tralim of the .Sunta Fe
1 to California mnke clone connections
! at I.udlow, with trains to Beatty,
! Hhyolite, Bullfrog, Goldtleld anil
i 'lonivpuh. 1
GOLDEN STATE TO III:
J.1M 111.1) TUESDAY.
The announced chance In the
character of the Golden State trains
went Into effect Sunday at Chicago
and after Tuesday, all equipment on
tnee trains through iM Faso will be
first claw, no more chair cars being
The last time that chair car pas
sengers can ride on tho two limited
trains will be tonight, when the west
hound train leavee for Lioa Angeles.
Commencing with Tuesday It will be
Impossible ror any but holders of
Pullman or tourist car tickets to ride
on these trains, and passes will not
be honored by the conductors.
SEUIES OP SIGNALS ON
S. 1. WHEN DOVIIMNG.
A series of signals has been an
nounced for use on the Tucson divi
sion of the Southern Pacific when It
Is necessary for the trainmen to
double over- grades with their loads.
When the view la not clear sufflclent-
ly, and always at night, a torpedo is
to be placed on the rail four tele
graph poles from, the hind car of
the rear cut. At night when the
weather conditions require, a red
light Is to be aflixed to the hind end
of the rear cut, where It can be
plainly seen from the approaching
AGAIN Ifl THE LEAD
WINS TWO FIHST PJtEMIt'MS
AND TWO DIIMA.MAS AT THE
SAN ANTONIO INTER
NATIONAL FA IK.
The Tylor Commercial College of
Tylor, Texas, again carried off ev
erything In sight In their line the
best exhibit of students work in
Bookkeeping, Business Training,
Shorthand, Typewriting, Writing,
and Telegraphy; one of their stu
dents, Miss Frlerson, for the best
touch typewriter operator. This
school has carried off first honors
ut three state fairs during the last
Texas should feel proud that It
has the honor of possessing the best
patronized, the most thorough, 'prac
tical commercial school in America,
and one with an enrollment this year
of almost 1500 students from 87 dif
ferent states and five foreign coun
tries. San Antonio Express, Nov.
The finest Coftee substitute ever
made, has recently been produced by
Dr. Shoop of Kaclne, Wis. Tou
don't have to boll it twenty or thirty
minutes. "Made In a minute" rays
the doctor. "Health Coffee" Is real
ly the closest Coffee Imitation ever
yet produced. Not a grain of real
Coffee In it either. Health Coffee
Imitation Is made from pure toasted
cereals or grains, with malt, nuts,
etc. Really it would fool an expert
were he to unknowingly drink it
ter Coffee. Sold by C. N. Brlgham.
All kinds of hay and grain at
Champion Grocerv Co.
Withstood Otlier Treatment Hut
Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's
"Last winter I caught a very se
vere cold which lingered for weeks,"
ays J. Vrquhart, of Zephyr. Onta
rio. "My cough was very dry and
harsh. The local dealer recommend
ed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and guaranteed it, so I gave it a
trial. One small bottle of it cured
me. I believe Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to be the best I have eve(
used." This remedy is for sale by
The St. B
JOSEPH B ARNETT.
12 0 West Railroad
COMPATS RETAEE DEPARTMENT
115 SOUTH FIRST SHEET
PtnTnsrh tmnhlp lit bat A ym ntom of. and not
1 tn lt"l( a, true diwe. We think of Pyjpepsim
Itearthum, and Inuitftif lusi real (Use.". yr
thfj are symptoms ofkly ol a certain tpecltio
hierva sickness nothing else.
It was tills fact that llrst correctly led Pr. Phoop
In the creHtion ol that novryery popular Honiara
Remedy l)r. Shoop'i Rtorativrt. (mint; iVrtH
to the stomach nerrea, alone brnnifht thm surf",
ami luvor to lr. bhoopaiui his Ket-tomtivo. Witlw
out that nrijrinal and highly viutl principle, no
urn Uiittlnff accomplishments wprvpvt'r to be hud. i
Knr stomach distress, hlwting. biliousness, led j
breath and snllow complexiou. try Ir. hhoop'l i
R"!torntiv Tablets or Limul and se for youi 1
wli what It can and will Uo. W mil and thoiw
Birds a Specialty
Pay Day Sale
of Groceries and Dried Fruits
CASH BUYERS' UNION
All new, fresh goods, fresh prunes,
medium size ,3 lb for 25c
Box of 25 lbs $1.90
Iarge prunes lb 10c
Box of 25 lbs 2.5
Fine dried apples 2 lb for 25c
12 oz. pkg raisins 10c
8 pkgs fresh figs 26c
Best quality peaches, lb 15c
Standard quality sugar corn can 100
Oood quality sugar corn x cans 26c
Moses Best or Express Flour
50 lbs $1.55
122 North iteond
The pleasure and health
resort of the Southwest.
The new hotel, "The
Faywood, " offers every
comfort the invalid or plea
sure seeker could desire.
The water from these
springs has a temperature
of 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
Ideal plate for those trou
bled with rheumatism.
Rate Albuquerque to Fay
Tickets on sale daily.
Return limit 30 days.
r. sT. Purdy, Agent
203 WEST RAILROAD AVE
NUE NEXT TO BANK OF
Wines, Brandies. Etc.
MPLe A NO
Avenue club booms
7 ; jJ
Gross Kelly & Co.. k
i i 1 1 1 1
C OA L
CLEAN OAS COKE.
FOR CASH OXLV.
W. H. HAHN & GO.
IT Gold Avenue
100 engraved calling cards with "
copper plate $1.(5
Tiptop, or pen and pencil self
inklnjr name stamp (or mark
ing linen 35 and 60c
Loose leaf pocket memos II up
Special blotter holders for the deak
made to order.
On leather and cloth goods !5c
per line; each additional line 10c.
II. S. LITIIGOW
BookMnder it Rubber Stamp Maker
Pljuue 24. 81 J West Gold.
Wool Hide and Pelt
Albuquerque and Las
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
K. MALL, (Proftrftor
Iron and Braaa CaaUngi; Ore. Coal and Lumber Can; kaft
Inca, Pulley. Orade Bar. Babbit Metal; Colamna aai Iroa
Front (or Building.
mmpmlrm mm mining end mm mmehimmry m Bamimitw
foundry eaat aide of railroad track. Albuquerque, If. M.
S11-S1S WM Silver Amine.
OLD KELLLBL&" ESTABLISHED 1171.
L H. PUTNEY
THE WHOLESALE GROCER
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Carnee the largest and Moit xolualT Btock of Staple Orocertee
la Ue Southwest.
I FARM AND
Convenience - Comfort - Security
. Tba telephone) make the
.aatiM Ughtr, the caree Ue
and tba worrtea fewer.
TOU HHLB) A TEXMPHO.YI1 IX TOUR BOMB
THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
roar health, prolan- year Ufa
and protect 7 ear bom.