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TTJFIAY MA lUlI 9, lOt. PUT AH END TO INDIGESTION FOREVER If You Would TaKO Some Dla pepsin Now Indigestion Would Go In Five Minutes. The question as to how long you are going to continue a sufferer from indigestion and stomach trouble is merely a matter of how soon you be gin taking liapepsin. If your stomach Is lacking In di gestive power why not help the stomach do its work, not with drastic drugs, but a reinforcement of digest ive agents, such as are naturally at work in the stomach. I'eople with weak stomachs should eat Diapepsin after meals, and there will bo no morti indigestion, no feel ing like a lump of lead In the stom ach, no heartburn, so-ur risings, gas on stomach or belching of undigest ed food, headaches, dizziness or vom iting, and besides, what you eat will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors. All these symp- t"rns resulting from a sour stomach and dyspepsia are generally relieved j live minutes aner eating one 1 ri angule of lla pepsin. Uo to your druggist and get a r.Oc case of Pane's" Diapepsin now, and you will always go to the table with a hearty appetite, and what you eat will taste good, because your stom ach and Intestines will be dean and fresh, and you will know there are not going to be any mote bail nights and miserable days for you. They freshen you and make you feel like life Is worth living. SEARCHING IN VAIN FOR CAVALRY HORSES Tin Amiy Hart Trouble In Securing fiiioiigh Mount and Will Trulu Iih (hiu In Oklahoma. iSan Francisco, March 9. Kn route to the Philippines, where he will take command of the department of Luzon, Brigadier General William H. Carter has arrived in the city from the de partment of the Missouri, where ne A'as last stationed. Though for the last five years ne has been in command of Infantry, much of General Carter's career has been spent in the saddle in command of cavalry, tie Is a recognized author ity in this arm of the service, his "Horses, Huddles and Bridles'' being used now in the army as a text-book. He studied the remount question in Japan and Europe extensively for the government after the Russo-Japanese war. "There is a dearth of what Is known as cavalry horsew in this country now," said General Carter. "And the gov ernment is doing what it can to revive the breeding of such stock. Of course, the government is not apt to go Into the business of breeding horses, but a station has been established in Okla homa, where likely colts are taken and trained. The bringing of heavy draught horses into this country and the increasing use of light road bug gies by rural residents have done much to destroy the demand for Am erican saddle horses. The army does not want fancy blooded stock and it does not want ordinary prairie bronchos. At present we are using a great many Australian horses In the Philippine." For Dyspepsia and Indigestion. I! you suffer from Indigestion or Dyspepsia; if you are annoyed with gas on the stomach, fulness after eating, belching, sour stomach, heartburn, etc., a few doses of Kodol will relieve you. It yon kaew m wall aa we do bow rood a prep, ration Kodol U for Indigestion and dyspepsia. H would be unnecessary for ua to guarantee a single bottle. But to get 70a to know how good It Is as well as we know, we practical! will purchase the first bottle for you. You wonder, perhaps, how we can afford to Bake suoh an offer It is because we have abso luta confidence la the honest and fairness ( the public. We know there are thousands of persons who Ciller from indigestion and dyspepsia who would i grateful to us for putting them In touch 1th Kodol. That Is why. Furthermore, we know that after you hare wed Kodol your faith in the preparation will be equal to ours. This proposition we make Is not altogether neelflsh, but it Is actuated by the knowledge that the use of Kodol by you will benefit you as well as ourselves. How could we afford to make such an offer to the public, and how could we afford to spend thousands of dollars to tell you about it unless we positively knew and were sure of the merits of KodoL We couldn't it would bankrupt us. But we know the merits of Kodol and we want you to know. A perfect digester must contain many ingred ients each in proper proportion. NIUCH DEPENDS ON THE NEXI Good Crops Needed This Year to Put Business on More Solid Foundation. isiew Tork, March . The coming of the new administration will have a soothing effect upon the nerves of the financial community. Mr. Roose velt Introduced many reforms that were necessary for public welfare, and pushed them with a vigor th.it was often unsettling1 to vested inter- ests. Certain tendencies arising from 1 an undue concentration of wealth I were threatening the political horizon, J and no matter who undertook the In- . itiative In restraining or regulating them the effect was sure to be diJ- turblng. Yet the purposes of Mr. : Roosevelt were always of a high or- j drr, and with few exception) weie conducive to public giRd. It is Kafe to say that Mr. Roosevelt will go down Ir.to history as one of our greatest presidents, ranking close to Wash -.- ton and Lincoln; but his method? 1 carrying out these purposes, -were in already said often very irritating and unsettling. o long a these restraints h-.ui to be applied it is perhaps as well that their initiation should have fallen into the hands of Mr. Koose velt, for it 1 easily conceivable that had the task been undertaken by one of less force and more radical the end might have been .disastrous. Our ex-president's policies were never de structive; they were ulwayn progres sive, and have done more to check extreme radicalism and socialism than any movement that the country his ever experienced. As soon as the dust tif conflict subsides, a cleurer vision of Mr. Roosevelt's character will be ob tained; and ten years hence it Is safe to nay that he will have attained a much higher position in the regard of his fellow countrymen than he holds at the present time. The coun try is fortunate In having a successor who will continue these policies ii a firm but more tactful and judicious manner. President Taft's ideas and methods are well understood. He has the faculty of winning by attraction rather tnan compulsion, and now that the current of reform has been turned In the direction in which hu distinctly led there is every reason to expect a healthy progress in political develop ments. one of the country's greatest needs at this time in large crops, and much depends upon- the next harvest. A poor yield will surely prolong depres sion and bring much hardship among the working classes, while a big yield will prove an incalculable advantago and Uo much towards Insuring a re turn to roal prosperity. The high cost of living must be largely attributed '.o the high prices prevailing for agricul tural products. Wheat, flour, oats, hay, meats, vegetables, butter, eggs, etc., are all unusually expensive be cause there is not a sufficient abund ance of these articles to keep prices at a more normal level. Available supplies are so limited and cheap money so abundant, that unhealthy speculation is fostered. It Is altogeth er too easy to corner the markets. The only cure for this situation Is larger crops the world over and higher rates for money. It Is generally recognized that the growth of agriculture, espe cially In the United States, has not kept pace with the growth of popula tion, partly because of the drift to wards the great cities. The result Is that today our farmers as a elass are the most prosperous people in the HARVEST It must be a liquid, because all those Ingred ients cannot be put Into dry form. It must be able to digest any food, or aay mixtures of food, and completely. Kodol does that even in a glass test tube. No other digester can. Kodol alone does all of the work. It stops aQ Irritation, and gives the stomach complete rest. It has taken us years to get a perfect digester, but we certainly have It now, Please try it today at our risk. It means more than relief. It means that the stomach will do its own work far sooner thaa you'll expect. Kodol digests all the food you eat. Eat what you want and let Kodol digest it. Our Guarantee Get a dollar bottle of Kodol, and do it today. Don't delay. And if you can honestly say that you did not receive any benefits from it after yo have used the entire bottle the druggist will re fund your money to you without question or delay. We will pay the druggist the price of tne bottle purchased by you. Any druggist will give you Kodol on these terms, because he knows our guarantee is good. The 11.00 bottle contains 2 times as much as the ioc buttle. Kodol U prepared at t lie laboratories of E. C. IvWiu 3c Co., t'hii-a''o. J. H. O'RIELLY & CO. s F. H. MITCHELL FELIPE GURTJLE country; In fact, they Iibvp had sever al years of prosperity and the pros p cts are that this will continue for mime time to come. No one begrudges our agricultural classes their good for tune, for they have been, and must continue to be, the backbone of the country. Hut this prosperity has not been shared by others; it has been chiefly class prosperity, whereas true prosperity in that which Is shared by all rlasses In something approaching equitable proportions. Just now the farmers are thriving upon the necessi ties of helpless public, which Is passing through a period of more or less adversity and depression. I'pon the poor the high prices of food prod ucts today are an exceeding hardship; and the contrast between the average working man in our great cities and the average condition of the same chiss in agricultural sections Is very striking, showing a difference that should not Indefinitely continue. The new school of economist has oeen arguing that prosperity consists in scarcity and high prices. This fallacy, however, is being rapidly exploded. Managers of some of our great trusts fell into the error of adopting these new doctrines much to their present discomfiture, and apparently our far mers have yet to learn the lesson that true prosperity lbs in abundance und not in scarcity. The country as a whole would be Infinitely better off with big erops at moderate prices t.'ian limited crops at famine prices, such as are being paid today for the essen tials of life. Therefore, one of the first necessities of the day Is bljf crop. American farmers should do their share In promoting the country's welfare by providing a liberal increase in acreage and securing a larger yield as far as possible by improved meth ods of cultivation. Possibly they would not obtain so large t profit per bushel as In the last harvest, but they, and the country as a whole, would prosper more under big crops and reasonable prices during 1S09. Readjustment Is Uite as imperative in the ogrlcultural world as In the industrial. The labor outlook is somewhat un settling. Reduction of wages by the Lackawanna Steel company has be;'n regarded as suggestive of what must be expected elsewhere, of course, no body wIsIu-n to see the rewards of la bor curtailed; if prices are to come down because of lessened demand, and costs of production to decline in consequence, It is difficult to ee how labor is to escape some share In the general readjustment. As prices fall the purchasing power of wages will naturally increase, and labor will con sequently have compensation for to1? change. Such readjustments, how ever, are always disturbing and pro voke more or less friction. The out look at present strongly suggests a big strike in the coal business. The men have made a series of demandn which aie unreasonable and cannot com There are more beautiful homes in the Perea Addition than any other location of the city. We are offering the last 180 lots in the addition for sale at from $75 to $225 per lot, 1-4 down, balance $10 a month. Buy now and double your money with in a year. Better than any savings bank. Office: 204 Gold Ave. D. K. B. SELLERS COMPANY mand public approval. They are con trolled by new leaders under the ne cessity of "making good;" while as a result of several years' good work and good pay they are able and Inclined to a temporary rest from laoor. The coal companies, on the other iiund, are equally determined to refuse these dtmands. The consumption of coal has been considerably curtailed cy mild weather and dullness of trade; so that a considerable stock of coal Is on hand, enabling the companies' to sus pend mining to advantage for several weeks. Doth sides are In a position to light, and both sides are apparently willing for a test of strength. Under such conditions a struggle seems al most inevitable on April 1, unless con cessions not now expected are made I.) one party or the other. The stock market hus been more or less neglected owing to the absence of many large operators, to uncertain ty concerning tariff, und to the In terest attached to a change of ad ministration, A better undertone is observable, especially for desirable se curities since the reaction of the past two or three weeks. There la more confidence in values, and considerable amounts of high grade bonds and stocks have been withdrawn from the market by permanent Investors. Spec ulation is, of course, restrained by the. dullness In trade and the reactionary tendencies in some of the commodity markets. A drop In steel exercised a temporarily depressing effect, and tne demoralized condition of the copper market does likewise. It Is recognized, however, that these declines pave the way for a resumption of business un der healthier conditions, and however unwelcome these changes may be to sellers they are generally recognizd as remedial in their effect. Money easier, and this should encourage resumption ' of business. The outlook for the mar ket is rather nopeful than otherwise, and there Is little prospect of any ! serious break in the absence of unfa vorable news. The lurid Glow of Doom, was seen in the red face, hands and body of the little son of H. M. Adams, of Henrietta, Pa. Hla awful plight from eczema had, for five years, defied all remedies and baffled the best doc tors, who eald the poisoned blood hai affected his lungs and nothing could save him. "But," writes his mother, "seven bottles of Electric Bitter com pletely cured him." For eruptions, ec zema, salt rheum, sores and all blood disorders and rheumatism Electric Bitters Is supreme.' Only 60c. Guar anteed by all dealers. THKY OlTWITTKl IKNN. Having been blocked for many years by a clause placed In his land grant by William Penn, setting forth that the property must always be used for "church purposes," the con gregation of the First German Evan gellcal Protestant church of Pitts burg, has evolved a scheme. The congregation cannot sell this prop rty save to another church, and the property has become far too valua ble for church purposes. So It has been decided to erect on this prop erty, which Ik lit Sixth avenue and Smlthfleld street, In the heart of the Ity, an office building, which will In- ilude a most modern church, the hurch to be in the center und the rtli'- buildings to rise to the height f fourteen stories around uhout It. liiking in a quaitcr city block. The church-oMite building or ol'ice building-church, will be one of the most complete in Pittsburg, as wen is the moKt unique. It will cost not less than $ l.r.UH.OUO, and will be de nted to department stores in all save the top or fourteenth floor, which will be u great convention hall some thing that Pittsburg has sadly ne.-d il for ciirs. The church 1 fleet will rise only mile 0 the fourteen stones. 1 here will be a complete set of bell chimes in tli" steeple, which will stand out from the front of tin- ofllee building. -Pittsburg dispatch to New York Heruld. Hair Premier and Chiropodist. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlor, op posite the AJvarado and next door to turges' cafe, Is prepared to give 'borough scalp treatment, do hair dressing, tr.at corns, bunions and Ingrown nitii. Sh. give massar. treatment and manicuring Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of com plexion cream build, up the skin and improve, the complexion, and is guaranteed not to he Injurious. Sh. also prepare, hair tnlo and cure, and prevent, dandruff and hair fall ing out, restore, life to dead hair, re move, mole., wart, and superfluous hair. For any blemish of the face, call and .on.ult Mr. Bambini. It Saved Ills Tjeg. "Aii tnougnt I'd lose my leg," writes A sweniion. Watertown. Wis. "Ten ye'3 of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure, had at last laid me up. Then Kucklen'a Arnica Salve cured It sound snd well." Infallble for skin eruptions, eczema, .alt rheum, boll, fever sores, burn, .calds cuts snd plies. 25c at all dealers. Tfo The Leading 1. lows vol orr Titxt K. The public service board has given out details of a new plan which is inicii.led to do uuy with car fenders. Tie- inventor, who live ill Canton, Ohio, says that compressed air may be us. d to blow persons oft the track w In 11 tin y fall in fr uit of a car. lie adds that if the plan Is adopted it will do away entirely with fenders and wheel guard.-. The inventor, wh'e name Aas not given, heard of the lender and wheel guard tests which were conducted by the public service commissions of this state recently in Schnectady and IB Pittsburg to determine the most effi cient hal'cty device of this sort. Then he wrote to the commission, saying: With my arrangement the contact with the moving car Is avoided. The motormau, hceing the person In dan ger, tiirtkcs a push loiuon wun nu loot or finger, and u bUsl of coin pressed air blows the person off and ti thu out.slde of the trucks. The valve Is operated by electric action. It Is a fact that a blast of air with pressure enough ta remove u person will not necessarily injure the person. There Is not much apparatus to this, and I think It would be hm cheap at tirt cost, far more durable, and not at of Your Business Depends very largely upon the character of your advertising. Truthful advertisements, carefully written and generously displayed In business-getting mediums. Is the secret of growth of all successful business. THE CITIZEN Is the formost evening paper In New Mexico Its bala$t$-gottlng poworo baa boon provoa. Ita tatoa aro roaaonablo. look owor oar odrortlalng ooluntaa. What la your opinion of tbo Jattgmoal of Ibo flrma adrortlflag tborot We Leave The Verdict With You (Citizen Evening Newspaper of New Mexico all so liable to fet out of order as the average fenders In use. The air brake, may be operated from the same tank. The tank should be large enough for at least one good blast and to curry 150 pound, pressure, us this lny.i pressure I. the mot reliable. "--Ne a Voi k Pres4 I "or Iiscac of (lie .skin. Nearly alt diseases of tin- skin ,-uch as eczema, tetter, salt iheum and bar bers' Itch, are character'?. ,1 Vy k:i Intense Itching and smarting, which often makes life a burden mid dis turbs sleep and rest, (juh k relief may be had by applying Chamberlain's Salve. It allays the Itching anC smarting almost Instant'y. Vany cases have been cured by Its u ? For sale by all druggists. -o Send for Our Select List of FIFTY CALIFORNIA PAPER3 whereby you can Insert dls- e play ad. In all papers for HVE DOLLARS PKR INCH e Incorporated. 4IT 8. Mala St. It Greary St. Oj Lo. Angelea. Cal. Ban FrancbJCJ. 1 1 i Prof. II. A, Howell, of Havana, Cuba, Recommends CIuuiiIktIhIu's CoiujIi's Jtemcily. "As long ago as I csn remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, but never In my life have I realized Its true value until now," wrlteot Prof. 11. A. Howell, of Howell. American School, Havana. Cuba. "On the night of February 3rd our oaby was taken -irk with a very severe cold, the next duy was worse and the followhig night his condition was desperate. He coull ten lie down and it was necessary t have hltn In the arms every moment. I : , . n then his breathing was difficult. I did not think he would liv until morning. At last 1 thought of my mothers remedy. Chamberlain' i "ough Remedy, which w gave, and 1 afforded prompt relief, and noiv, Miree days later, he ha fully re-ov-ncd. I'nder th circumstance I , iuM not hesitate a moment in say- i. that Chamberlain'. Cough Item e I y and that only, saved the life of o ir dear little boy." For sale by all c uggl.-ts. STAGC TO JEMEZ LKAVK9 111 WKtV GOLD EVEKV MOKNIXG AT O'CLOCK..