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WEDNESDAY, JI NK 21, IMS.
AtTmoTTrrROTTT; ctttzet?. PACTM THHKf GENERAL NEWS !U LEAGUE OF TERRITORIAL " BASEBALL TOWNS " SCORES Interesting Notes. From the , Busy places and New En terprises In New AexIco. Tucunuari, X. M., June 2 4. (Spe cial). Mrs. C. B. Parchman and L. K. Sherwood of this place are enjoy ing a visit from their father, Kev. J. F. Sherwood, of Paris, Texas. Dr. Sherwood will extend bis visit during the entire summer. W. K. Harrington of Langdon, 11 inn., I a newcomer to the city. He will locate here and go Into business. The Turumcarl Wool Scouring company has dissolved its corpora tion. T. G. CniUendon, secretary lor tho company, has received permission of the. e-erctary of the territory and nas published the notice of the dlsso lutlon of the corporation. A number of prominent business men of thli place wi re interested in the company, Donald Stewart and wife are visit ing in l.ns Vegas. Mrs. Stewart will peml the summer at that place. W. F. Bucliantion, president of the First National bank of this place, has returned home after a two weeks' tay in Texas. Cards are out announcing the wed ding of V. W. Moore, a popular attor- t.ey of this place, and Miss Frances M. Altizer of Jericho, Texas. The wedding will occur at that place June 80. Rev. John Meeker, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Alamogordo, was a visitor in Tucumearl last week. He nag entertained by Rev. W. II. JulJore. C. C. Chapman Is enjoying a visit from his father and mother from llesyuitc, Texas. Attorney M. C. Mechetn was In Chicago attending the Republican convention, and prolonged his stay on other business. Melrose, X. M., June 24. Sw-liil). Rev. Willis Smith, living three mileg west of town, has harvested his crop tif wheat. The yield, despite the dry v eal her of this season, has been In vxeess of fifteen bushels to the acre. While (his Is not a large yield, it is evidence that there can be no com plete failures of crops In this coun try if proper methods are used. This is one ol' the dry years for this part of the territory, but wherever the dry farming methods have been carried out can-fully the returns are good In thrifty growth of crops. A. J. Mathcny, postmaster at this place, lias been seriously 111 at his home. He is reported to bu on the road to convalescence. v 1. W. Thomas and wife are spend ing a three months' vacation in the mountains of western Xew Mexico. A. C. Tharp has returned home after a visit with friends in Missouri. H. 11. Cornfortii and family of Iowa Park, Texas, Hie .visiting near St. Via I n, seven m lis east of this place. Xtaey expect to remain here for an indefinite stay and will purchase property here. A mail and hack route has been established from Melrose to Mur dock. A. G. Hester is the owner of the line and he will also carry the mail. It is the plan to soon put on automobiles, and make a daily trip. Carrizozo, X. M , June 24. (Spe cial), Frank K. Theurcr has sold the Carrizozu mutt mai k t uud w ill utter short vacation u uagc in other busi ness in the fly. Harry Dow son, w ho is connected witn the Carrizozo bank, has returned home after an extended visit to Los Angeles and other poults in southern California. The Kl I'a.so & Southwestern rail way has offered a reward of $l,UO0 lor tiie an est and conviction Of the parties guilty of destroying the Ho rn to pipe line. The attempts to de stroy the iine wire made during May ami the lore part of June. l'rof. L. c. lais has buit a resi dence across from the liuireli house on Alamogordo street. J. K. .Martin has completed his new l aek-n.itii shop and is ' ready for business. He iias one of the best .smithing and machine shops in the un 'j A carpenters' union has been or ganized here and is one of the first oi sanitations purfiviad in the town for the protection of workiiigtuen. J. H Winle is president and Ed. Coe Secretary of the union. l'rof. V. Cul nJ is the instructor of the. new Carrlzozo brass band. The band has a creditable showing of tal ent and it going to prove a most help 1 il fiatit of the summer evenings' end ''laiTitvents. Ira t. Wilmort' has built a garage anil will install automobiles and take care of the many new machines that are being brought into town. The most difii, ult trip to Roswell, by Cap itan ami Lincoln, was made last week by aute. showing that the devil wag ons aie fi asible over any road. HOW THEY CTAXD. American League. Clubs Won. Lost. P. C. Chicago 35 23 .604 St. Louis 34 84 .6a Cleveland 33 .i .661 Detroit ii 2i .661 Philadelphia 2t) 30 .464 Boston. 36 34 .433 Xew York 2 4 33 .423 Washington 20 86 .892 National League. Clubs . Won. Chicago 31 Pittsburg ii Cincinnati 31 Xew York 30 Philadelphia 24 Boston 26 St. Louis 23 Brooklyn 22 Lost. P. C. 21 24 25 25 26 32 84 84 Western Ix-ague. Clubs Won. Lost. Omaha 85 25 Lincoln 34 25 Sioux City 34 28 Denver 32 29 Dos Moines 24 37 Pueblo 23 38 .604 .oil .554 .545 .462 .448 .404 .393 P. C. .583 .576 .042 .625 .398 .377 YESTERDAY'S GAMES. American League. At Detroit R. H. E. Detroit 6 11 0 Chicago 1 3 4 Batteries: Donovan and Schmidt; Walsh, Manuel, Sullivan and Shaw. J 71 At Cleveland R. H. K. r1 1 pvp! anA .... Q Q n st. Louis .' 5 8 s ! of a first-class Mood purifier, for to Batteries: Joss, Berger and Benils; restore health the blood fllUSt be Dlncen, Powell and Stephens. PURELY VEGETABLE GREATEST OF ALLT0NICS ' Very few persons are able to Pass thSrriri2 seaSofVwith anv degree of physical comfort, without the aid of a tonic. Our systems j change with the changing scasens, and more is required of the blood, j from which source our bodies leceive their nourishment and strength, 1 at this particular season than at others. During the cold Winter months we do not exercise es freely as in warmer weather, the skin is not as active in removing the waste and i refuse matter, and the other ave lues of drainage are dull and sluggish ' in their work. Thus the impurities which should pass off are left in the system, and ate absorbed into the blood. : . , When Spring comes and all nature takes on new life, we change our mode of living, and greater demands are made on the blood for nourishment and strength to enable us to meet the changed conditions. But the Winter accumulations have polluted the blood and destroyed its nutritive qualities to such an extent that it is not able to supply the increased needs dt the system, and we suffer in consequence. Our physical machinery seems to get "out of gear," and suffers from debility, weakness, nervous ness, loss of appetite, etc. Sleep is not refreshing, there is a con stant worn-out feeling, and we do not feel equal to performing the ordinary duties of daily life. When the system is in this dis ordered condition it must have assistance; it must be aided with a tonic, and it should be a medicine which has the additional qualities At Boston R. H. E. Boston 8 10 1 Washington 8 7 1 Batteries: Clcotte and Crlgcr; Johnson, Cates, Warner and Street. At Philadelphia R. H. E. New York 8 1? 3 Philadelphia 8 10 1 Batteries: Chesbro, Orth, Newton clear.sed of all impurities. ) o. a. o. is tnc pcsi Dpnng Last Spring- my blood was out of order and my system was completely run down. I needed a tonic badly, I tried other roedioines which did ms littl or no good, and then I commenced S. 8. S. I bad not need it ions; before I felt better, and after taking; it a short while my blood was thorough ly cleansed and "my general health restored. 8. S. 8. gave me a fine complexion, In creased my weight and strength, and acted a a very refreshing, invigorating tonio to my entire system. Asa tonio S. 8. S. can not be equaled. That is my opinion of it, and if I could, I would induce every one to use it in the Spring. FRANK APFLEOATE, Box 804 Wellavllle, Ohio. tonic, and it is recognized as the oldest and best blood purifier. It is made entirely of roots and herbs of the forests and fields, and as it does not contain the slightest trace of mineral in any form, is especially adapted for a systemic remedy, and has the additional value of being absolutely safe for young or old. S. S. S. re-establishes the healthy circulation of the blood, rids the bodv of that run-down, worn-out Feel- and Kleinow; Vlckers, Dygert, Bend- ; .u- al..,:, anA Hmet-ilnn nH K.ioo-,- K, -,,-., C er and Smith I1"! univiv.i Urpvinv unu wigvouirii, auu umii aui'UL a I Willi II J neaitn and strengtn to those whose systems have been weakened and depleted. S. S. S. acts more promptly and satisfactorily than any other medicine, and those who are beginning to feel the need of a tonic National League. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Pittsburg 3 11 0 Cincinnati Batteries: Leever and Gibson; Campbe ll and McLean. Second game R. H. E. Pittsburg 8 8 1 Cincinnati 7 12 0 Batteries: Lolfield, Phillippl. Young and Phelps; Spade and Schlei. At New York Boston . , Now York , Batteries: ' Dorner, R. II. E. .... 3 9 1 6 8 1 Young and to fortify themselves against the unpleasant conditions which come with Spring, should commence its use at once. Not only will it tone up the system, but it will remove any humor from the blood, 'and prevent an outbreak of Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, or other skin disease or eruption, which is so common at this season. S. S. S. is for sale at all drug stores. y. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. Smith; Mctlinnlty, Matthewson, Bres nahan and Needham. Second game R. H. E. Boston 9 18 t New York 7 7 1 Batteries: Flaherty and Gra'iam; Crandall, Taylor, Matthewson and Bresnahan. At Brooklyn R. H. E. Philadelphia 8 10 I Brooklyn 2 9 1 Batteries: Moren, Sparks and Doo ln; Mclntyre, Bell and Bergen. Western IidiKue. At Des Moines Pes Moines Omaha t Batteries: Withtrup Ragan and CJondiiig. R. H. E. ... . 2 6 0 1 4 1 and Raedel; WEEKLY! Weather Bulletin For tle Week Kmllng Monday, June 23, 19UM. Santa Fe, New Mexico, Tuesday, June 23. 1D08. Dry. windy weather, which wns rather cool at night, prevailed Tarr: Clear weather prevailed throughout the week; rain Is greatly needed; the nights were cuol, the fore part of the week was almost calm, but the wind was very strong during the latter halt . , , , Otero County Cloudcroft,' 1 John Ilefker: Bright, sunshiny wather prevailed throughout the week,' Rio Arriba County Espanola, Frank D. McBride: There has been no rata; the wind was high and gusty; the nights were cool. San Juan County Turley, A. C. Ja. ques: The week was warm and clear; there was considerable wind. throughout the week. The continua- san Miguel County Las Vegan, Dr. tion of these conditions Is beginning Wni. C. Bailey: The dry, hot and to be felt In an Injurious manner. I windy weather continued. th mean At Lincoln Lincoln Denver R. H. E. .... 11 13 4 8 10 E Batteries: Jones and Zinran; Hall, ''"nditlons have prevailed Adams and McDonough. There was no rain reported; the last precipitation of any consequence oc curred on May 24th. The percentage of sunshine for the week approxi mated 100, and atrong, drying wester ly winds occurred almost daily. These for the relative humidity was generally be , low 20 per cent; the conditions are . beginning to cause some injury. Rociada, Juhu A, Uudulph: There has been no raiu'sinoe, .May' 25th; streams are running very low. ' i Saula Fe County Santa Fe. U. S. greater part of .four weeks and rain Weather Bureau: Clear, dry weather is now greatly needed. . " continued: th sunshine averaged lou At Sioux City R. H. E. The days were moderately , wftrm, ,.r cent: the ,lav tumuuratures were Sioux City 5 9 6 but the nights were quite cool, and about normal, but the nights' were I'ueblo 4 10 4 ihe comparatively low minimum tern- j cooi; strong westerly winds occurred Batteries: Frerman and Shoe; Gal-1 peratures reduced the weekly mean almost dallv gam. and Smith. temperature to a point somewhat be- j sierra County Lake Valley, Wm .e. ima iranie it. tt. iu. low me normal, Sioux City 20 18 2; Kcniorks of CrrcHX.nl. ntH. t'UeUlO 11 13 u Batteries: Cruteher and Shea; Nich ols and Mltz. moderately warm and dry, r.cwurv of Ointments or Catn-rh Tlmt Contain Me.eury. as mercury will surely destroy thf ftnse of smell and completely derang the whole system when entering It througn the mucous surfaces. Much ar ticles should never I used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians a the darimge they will do Is ten fold to Hie Kod you can possibly derive from theni. Hull s I'stnrrh Cure, man ntartured t.y K. J. Cheney Ik Co.. To ierti,. u.. contains no mercury, and la taken Internally, acting directly upon the Mquu and mucous surface of the system. In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be snr you get the Ken nine, it la tak n Internally and made in Tolelo, onie. by K., jl.. Chn.y Co. TuBllraoniala free Sold ; t Xruggists. Price Tuo per botti Take Hulls Family pills for constipation. Pa. Ptntu Walla Mraera' Water cures and prevents constipation. Asi .hi grocer for It. American Ax-littlon. At Kansas City: Kansas City-Indi-anaplols game postponed; wet grounds. , I At Minneapolis: First game, Min neapolis 1. Ixiulsvllle 2. Second game, Minneapolis 2, Louisville 0. At St. Paul: St. Paul (. Toledo 4. At Milwaukee: Milwaukee 10, Co lumbus 2. Born In low. Our family were all born and raised in Iowa, and have used Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarhoea rem.'dy (made at Des Moines) for years. We know how good It la from long experience In the use of It. In fact, when in El Paso, Texas, the writer's life was saved by the prompt use of this remedy. We are now en raged In the mercantile bu'ness at N'arcnossee, Fla., and have Introduced the remedy here. It has proven very successful and Is constantly growing In favor. Ennta Bro. This remedy Is for sale by all druggists. Are you loosing for wmfffllnjr R member the want column of II. evening Citizen are for your espeela tienenu It talks to the rople him' ih- talk to you DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the fa mous little liver pills, are sold by J. H O KIelly Co. Boys' low shoes In tan or hlak. made on mannish a.Ms, Just like jmpa s, or good, reliable materials and well f nished, $I.5. J2 00, 12. and 2.".n. c. May's Shoe Store. 311 Wtft C-ntral avenue. EVERYBODY RE A DA THE ALBt Qt'ERQT'E CITIZEN BEC1'SF VP GET THE NEWS FIRST. P. Kell: The week was dry and warm. Socorru Countv l.uuu. J. J. lluler Bernalillo County Albuquerque. T. Th ueu uum vtrv Arv wltH narm i. ovenun; rue weatner nas Deen with days and cool nights, the range is gel ling very dry; rain is much needed. Taos County Taos, ti. A. Dennis: Strong winds prevailed during the week; the weather was clear and the unshine averaged 1U0 per cent; there Is very little snow left in the mouu- high percentage of sunshine. Chaves County Elk, Boyd Wil liams: Fair, warm, weather has pre vailed. ColYnx County Dorsey, O. T. Lam bert: There has been no rain; strong taina; conditions are uniavorablu, niiiHM I'tJIlllllUe, Dona An i County Agricultural College, Prof. J. D. Tlnsley: The weather has been hot. dry and windy: there was loll per cent sunshine and the relative huriiidi-y was quite low. Riu. on, c. H. Haltt: The week was dry and hot; the maximum tempera ture wa.s 100 degrees on the 15th and the minimum was 49 on the 19th. Eddy County Carlsbad, W. H. Franklund: It has been very dry and rather warm; dry westerly winds pre. vailed. Monument, J. M. Cook: The was 100 per cent of sunshine; the maximum temperature was 102 de grees on the 15th; the minimum was 68 on the 19th. Grant County Lordsburg, J. H. McClure: Tho weather lias been warm arid excessively dry. Cuadalupe County Santa Rosa, J. L. Chapman. Fair, warm weather has prevailed. Lincoln County Fort Stanton. J. E. Bergman: The weather ha- been dry an.l moderately warm; the rela tive humidity has been low. Luna Coun y Cambray, F. S. Case; Warm, fair weather, with 100 percent of sunshine, and considerable w in.l. prevailed throughout the week. Giiee. E. J. Tilley: The weath.r has bien clear, with approximately 100 per cent of sunshine; the wind has uei n moderately high. 1 went awuy fiures In the case. After 'McKlnley County li! ickrork, talking to sumo persons over the tee Wn. J. Oliver: The weather was phone for several tninut s he told his much warmer tr.an during the pre-, wife that two men from the west had ceding week; te wind was from the asked him to carry l:..m nds to them west every day. Manuelito, W. A. L. for inspection early th n-xt morning. Union County Folsom, Jackson Tabor: The week was dry and every thing is suffering; the nights were cool, the pla.ns are bare of all vege tation, and wa.er is drying up except in permanent springs. MONTROSE W. HAYES, Section Director. NEW YORK MAN HELU FOR RANSOM New York, June 24. Meyer New man, a diamond salesman, left his home last Tuesday morning with 2,U00 worth of diamonds and he has not returned home s ti -. His wife, w ho is on the verge of a nervous onakdown, sas she bi lkvcg her hus band is b.-.ng h. Id for lansom and that he will be killed if 10,000 is no paid to his captors. Two anonymous lett. i hi which de. mauds for 81U.0UU ln been made upon the diamond firm "f Stein Bros, Ai Co., have been r.c.iv.d by that firm and were turned over to the po 1 ee, ho are invi-silgat n tho atrango disappearance of New man. A telephone missel? which New man received the mirht before he Mr. Business' Man t :"i ; Let us present a few facts on the subject of advertising for your consideration i ; i i , .' f I, : . ' . H Next to having goods of merit to sell is the importance of letting the public know th.it you have them. Here is where careful thought should enter into the proposition. Much money is wasted by the thoughtless choice of advertising mediums. In every city is the clever solicitor for programs, calen lars, handbills, and all sors of schemes in which your ad 1 may look pretty, but where it is not read, and consequently brings no returns. ' When you buy newspaper space you are sure that your advertise ment will go into the homes of the subscribers and will be read by them, and, if you have what they want, they will come to your store and buy. The same good judgment should govern in your choice of newspapers. We maintain that thr evening paper is the better medium, because it goes to the home at a time when the entire family has time to read it and plan a shopping trip for next day ! The Albuquerque Citizen 'ft )l IV I,- , . , ; ' Goes into the home in the evening and is read there where the whole fam ily has a chance to see it. A morning. paper is often carried to the office by the man of the house, who does not have time to read the ads, but only skims over the news headings. We have a large number of letters giving the opinions of big advertis i ers who use evening papers almost exclusively. We will publish these letters from day to day. Their views are valuable. i l:, : V;:;::.'i' -y ROTHSCHILD & CO. Chicago. "It Is my opinion tht the evening papers are more thoroughly read in the home and this is the aim of the advertiser." FRED A. SLATER. Adv. Mgr. ' TIIE nAILKY CO. Cleveland. "Evening by all means. Eighty per cent of department store custom ers are women. They read the even ing papers." J. S. M'CARRENS, Adv. Mgr. L THE FAIR" Cincinnati. . "Best result from evening papers. The only time I use a morning paper Is Sunday, for Monday' business. Bal ance of the week the evening paper . do the work to my. entire satUfac- . tion." W. H.i 8CHRADER, Adv.' Mgr. ; LEASL'HE IIROS. Erie. : "We consider the evening paper best by all means, finding by Inquiry that the people do not have time or take time. In the morning to look paper through." II. T. LE- SURE- JOS. HOME CO. Pittsburg. "In case of special sale to make them effective, the new must be pub lished in large space the Afternoon before." GEORGE HAMMOND, Adv. Mgr. SIMPSON-CItAWrORD CO. New York City. "We consider the evening paper the best medium for department tor advertising." . . i A. B. PECK. ' dv. Mgr. TIIE BENNETT CO. . OmuJia. "The evening paper Is bet! Sure!" WM. KLUNE, JR., Adv. Mgr. OALLEADER,; M'AtTSLAN TROUP CO. , i i . Providence. . "We consider the evening paper better as a general thing, for it usually the home paper." t , . , .- , , WM. C. ELLIOT. Adv. Mgr. WM. IIEXGERER CO. Burfalo. ' "We do most of our advertising In the evening papers." DE F. PORTER. Adv. Mgr. fling' Had ie"'"Chased.', London,' June 24. King Edward has amazed the British nation by tak ing upon himself the role of a censor In the matter of women's dress. . Rid ing In Hyde park he observed Mme. Titcomb, an actress, also riding, and clad in a habit of the latest dlrectolre mode, with split skirt. Ho ordered the park commissioners to forold. 4 f tCJiS Q J! WmmS IMl 4th pf Jtily EXCURSIONS To all point.s in New Mexico on the A. T, & S. F. Railway. ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP On the Coast Lines . one and one-fourth fare to points where the one-way rate is less than $10. Tickets on Sale July 3d and 4th Limited to July 6th. T.E.PURDY, Agent MME. T1TCUMU IN H ER KlltKCTOIRE HABIT. Mine. Titcomb tho ue of the park I Tllcomb nut ut it us a lamllnr.l irmill for hor rides. have l t.revent a in:.,,i Ni.minally, Hyde park belongs to the kli.K, but he makes It over to the nation in exchange for his salary. He ha.Htib.ut as much right to keep Mme. lug a dix ollcte gown in a rented huuie. And King Kd as a censor of public ini.raU i a Joke, anyway. 'Newman also said something-about a' b iai, but Mrs. Newman does not re-iiieinli.-r exactly what Uils stutement ! an. nit the boat was. On Tu.-sday morning Newman, who h.i'l k. pt in his house uino of tin; duiiiiniuls hu had for sale, placed ' J.'.ui.'i north of the gems in a p.Hkct b.i in nil left the house. When ho did ii "' r.'turn to his home for dinner Tu.-.l.i nielli his wlfo b.i-uiiie a. armed and sent word to Newman s I relatives that her husband was miss ing. They instituted a search of the ni..rue and tile hospitals, but could g.-t in. trace of the missing salesman. on Wednesday the firm of Bteln Hi of. & Co. received a letter of which the fnilow lug is a copy: '.This Id to notify you that Meyer Newman Is being held a captive for a r u.soiii of lio.fioo. You are to plC4 the money in a tin can ut tne bronx park eiilrunee before June 30." A Grand Family Medicine. "It give me pleasure to Deak a j good word for Klectric Bitter." : write Mr. Frank Co.. Ian of No. !( Houston St., New York. "It' a ffrand famllv medicine for AvunAnslA and liver complications; while for lam back and weak kidneys It can not be too highly recommended. Electric Bitter regulate th dlgestlva functions. Durlfv the blod Imnirt renewed vigor and vitality to th i weak and debilitated of both sexes. 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