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SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913. 1 For Chilly Fall Days pjERFECTIO .JV. Smokeless A Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater is the very thing to keep the house cozy and comfortable in the chilly days before the furnace is started. This year's new model Perfection has improve ments that make it the best heater evr made. Doesn't smoke doesn't smell. Easy to clean. Rewicking simplicity itself. Easy to carry wher ever it is wanted. THE CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY (Incorporated in Colorado) Denver Pueblo Albuquerque Cheyenne Butte Boise Salt Lake City THE KING OF THE EGG MARKET I mated : Canes. I 'ins eggs anyhow until the hens begin , to lay again." "And considering the shortage eggs are cheap!" Where Eggs Are Plentiful There are about 1,250,000 cases of eggs in cold storage at present. The , f0iow-jn(r table shows some of the uiun k uniniNR innnnnnn frrs e. holdings, approximately eSu UP HIS SLEEVE WHILE THE PRICE IfCCDC PniMf IID IID IID CAVC :NV"U 11,1(1 Chicago 50,oou RttrO UUinil Ur, Ur, Ur, OHIO, j Austin. Nichos Co., New York 3U,U00 "WHY FfiG AQF PHFiP " Lewis, Mears & Co. Boston HO.OOO nni LUUi) HI1L Untrir. iSalzberger & Sons Co. Chicago 25.00(1 The great packers, Armour Swift (I3v Kenneth W. Pavne.) jhave between them about lHO.UOU cas-1 Chicago, Dec. 6. "Eggs? Why, eggs es, stored in various parts of the are cheap! They'd have been a dollar country. Hut these great holdings j a dozen by Christmas it It weren't j were bought In recent months at high ; for us!" ! prices. So that Welz and Moral), the Spoke "the American egg king" j only men w ho bought, early and cheap j Herbert A. .Moran of Chicago. Ie:and have held straight through the.! had just been asked to tell his side of year, remain the. kings of the market. I the great question of the day why j It is they who will make enormous! are eggs going up? i profits on the egg shortage this win-j It is the question that has aroused j "''' j the National Housewives' league to de-1 j clare a nation-wide egg boycott, and RECLAMATION OF has stirred up serious talk of conres V Jn DiriiarOCC ' sioual investigation and federal pros- 3.0UU KlLll HLKLC edition of dealers. ! , ,, ,. . , Pittsburg, l a., December . Toot! Moran's side of the question seems j Deming, X. Al., Dec. II. William ( Bu011,i Wnrry about the Thaws! Why. to be the inside. !.ewinan, Los Angeles, and J. T. Fitz-it is aM c. '(i0 , lnlll(e my living and For, together with his partner. Jas. 'gerald. Los Angeles, are investigating rure of my h()J.- sai() vrs Kvelyn E. Wetz, .Moran has won the title of jconditions in the valley. .'esbit Thaw. W ith her maid, nurse "egg king" by keeping in storage since i (j, . Trax. of Kaston, Maryland, (and her three-year-old son Russell, last spring the modest fortune of 18.- jnas joined the government surveyors. Thaw is comfortably housed. 000,000 eggs! iparty here, and will engage in sur-1 ,,, ..,.,.., ,,,, .......i,, ,,,.. ,,,. ! .. . ' i MH. - ' 1 mraawaaa ! I I t aajaagaj ! -J Womaii Is As Old As SSie Looks No woman wants to look old. Aluny in thfir pffnrt fo lok youthful resort to tht'"hciiuy doctor VrescriitioiiH.TiH-ir mis lake is that ih -y visit the wrong department, iu the drua store. Beauty depends upon health. Worry, FlcepkflH iiiKht, hadnehes, paino, dieordrrs, irrcpru Inritips and wpak wests vf a distinctly feminine character in a short time brins? the dull eye, the "crow's fuel," the Imfrtfard look, droopinj? shoulders, nn-I the fnlterinK HU-p, To retain theapp':ir;tnre of youth you must rotain health. Ins toad of lotions, puwdera and paints, ask your u rug -rise lor DH. PIERCE'S Favorite PresciiptSaa This famous medicine strikes at the very root of those rni-m;es of yom youthful appearance. It inakt'8 you not only iooh youny;. l-'Ut feci ynunu. Your druitl-t can supply you In Itq tld or tablet form; or sond 80 onc-cui:t tamps lo fr. Pinrco's Invalid Hofrl nni Su gfeol Institute, Uuf talo, W.V. and trial box will bo matlsti you. i i i WANTS FuK li I0XT Furnished front room. Ui'l'ly 212 AkK'iizie St. J-'Ult UK .VI -Five well furnished rooms. Cor. lion Uaspar and Manhat tan Sis. Phone 147 W. .MAX WAN'TKD- Klcgnnily furnished i room, heat, light and hath. Close to Capitol. $12. "TUWXSICNIJ. KOR RENT-! 'l room house oppn site Klks opera house. Hath electric lights and range. (). C. Watson & Co. FOR KENT Three or six room house, furnished or unfurnished. Ap ply D. S. I.owhzlu, 2-0 Sub Francisco. . I . 'POOF. POOF." SAVS EUELYN, SPEAKING OF THE THAWS HOTEL ARRIVALS. NEWS OF THE STATE And, meanwhile, there are barely enough eggs in the country, dealers estimate, to entitle the rest of the veying tor lrom tour to six montns. pffurr , H(,(1 Mrs William Thnw, Sr., The Southwestern Alfalfa arms L. , ,, d . i,.111(Js. ..vot mch: company is actively engaged in the And I think the feeling is mutual. If Xf. American people to five eggs apiece, ! reclamation of 3,000 acres a short .tK,y (,t mft aon(J J Kurelv will not lio- between now and the new year! Wetz and Moran, it is predicted, will make about $200,000 on their lucky deal, when they begin to distrib ute to us at their own price our live eggs each. "Luck? Durn fool luck!" distance east of Doming and when thistj,er D,prn acreage is fully developed will acquire othfr properties for the purpose of putting it in first class condition. Among other things they will sell the property in small tracts, putting one- fourth to fruit, one-half to alfalfa and Asked about her opinion of Harry Thaw's sanity, she said:" I'ittshurgers know what he is he's shot tip more than one bar here. And he is no man. I have no illusions about him now. 1 can see him as he really is. And do That is the exclamation of other iti,P balance will bo put in readiness for !"" , , , , .,: , . .,,,, speculators other than Moran anil j garden truck and other crops. The ' ' ' ' ' ' ,' grower here who milks one cow now, says li could es-'ajf have fifty cows for milking, provided he could sell his cream. New Mexico has never been able to raise her onn milk products. Each year thousands of dollars are sent out of the state for butter and cheese. A creamery in Santa Rosa would find a nearby ready market tor its products. Let us have a creamery I in Santa Rosa Santa Rosa Sun. Attempted Robbery. Quiet About It All unsuccessful attempt was made Monday of this week the big well ;hv ,,, rlli,her earlv Thursday morn ing to burgalize the safe in Pete Roth s meat market. The racket raised by the fellow at tracted the attention of Terry Mc- Govern, Badly Burned. A washout plug blew out of a loco motive boiler at the Santa Ke round house west of the city Friday night and painfully scalded Henry Hutchin son, night hostler and Manuel Lerma, a Mexican laborer. The Mexican was taken to the hospital, where his inju ries were dressed and pronounced tri vial. The hostler was taken to his , iome. where lie is resting easily. 'i Deming Headlight- drill of the Hartford Development Syndicate was unloaded and taken to the scene of future operations, in the McKittrick Springs country; The driller is a big one, capable of boring to a depth of 3,000 feet, and operations will begin as soon as possible. De tails' are withheld from the press, and merchants' night patrolman, who hunted up Ed Ward, a night po; liceman, and, together, the two of- the above announcement is about all jfl approached the place une guarueu uie iroui uoui miw; the other Btationed himself in the 1 (garden truck and other crops .company has already ordered 1,000; pear trees, and as this variety of fruit , flourishes prolifically here, they will protesting out-spread hands, that any man who was a nian would have let me. go on the stand and tesstify to the things I did?" that can be made at this time. Carls bad Argus. Accidental Shooting. Aiiss Fay White, living near Rana, accidentally shot herself through the foot with a 22 target rifle, while out hunting Thursday with her sister-in-law, Mrs- Guy White. She was rest- - ing the gun on her toot, when she ac cidentally hit the trigger. The bullet passed through the foot breaking the bone, and lodged in the bottom of the foot. Her brother, Guy, brought her to Logan as soon as possible, and Dr. Thompson set the broken bone and " probed for the bullet but was unable at that time to find it. She is at the home of N. V. Meeks. We sympa thize with her in her misfortune and Bincerely hope that she will suffer no serious effects from the wound.- Lo gan Leader. rear. The would-be burglar noticed the movements of the man in front and made his escape through a back way, though he had a close call to being caught. The safe door was badly battered up and the combination was out of com mission. Nothing has been missed from the market excepting some small change in the cash drawer, amounting to about $2.00. Entrance was affected by breaking a pane of glass in a rear windi.w. las Vegas Democrat. WANT U.S. NEGROES BACK IN AFRICA Guthrie, Okla., Dec. 6. Negroes of Oklahoma. Kansas, and Missouri in particular are. preparing to receive Chief Albert Sam, of the Akim tribe, Ashante, West Africa, who is coming to Holey, Okla., a strictly negro town in the Creek Indian country, with an invitation from the chiefs of all the tribes in Ashante for the negroes of America to locate in that country. . Chief Sam comes in answer to quer ies by negroes of Oklahoma who have He Got the King. Poke Smith, one of the well known ranchers of the county living near Brilliant, 12 miles above Raton, has added another scalp to his belt by the killing on last Sunday of a large moun- muaoiinnv ulna faat niiiA innhpR frnrtl lip to tip. Mr. Smith has been suc cessful in destroying a large number been contemplating removal to Africa. of these marauding animals during j He called a conference of the chiefs, his long residence in Colfax county, jand they voted to invite the black men but the killing this week of the mon-jof America back to their old home, arch of them all is regarded by him- and intrusted to chief Sam the invita- self as a piece of unusual good luck. ,tion delivery. i J'he lion had just brought down a I jn each of the twelve tribes sixty- large buck, which he was eating when jfour acres of land have been set aside he was discovered, and shot by Mr. 'on which the American negroes are Smith squarely in the eye. As a result asked to build modern cities, and any of the death of this old-time prowler, .unoccupied farm lands are also given western Colfax county live stock will to the Americans so they may serve find the premiums greatly reduced on a8 an object lesson to the tribes there. their life insurance policies. Katon :m:tke tli m-owinr of npar trees on ev iery tract a feature. They have just I Regarding a divorce Airs. Thaw ad purchased a liO-KO Runiley tractor, &miltA that she had studied New York 'bunch of teams and a full development j"'"1 Pennsylvania ! this dues equipment. Thev have contracted for jt". "1 '" neither state did she ilimlt a carload , of pumping machinery and!'"J co"W not get a divorce, 'have the first two wells now in process ; "In .New York he is a lunatic, and j of development. They have a com-jas such cannot be served with any jplete equipment for the rapid develop- j legal action regarding a divorce." she jnient of the lauds and have already jsaid. In Pennsylvania 1 here are three five miles of graded roads which 'grounds upon which 1 can get a di smount will be doubled in ;!0 days. The jverce, I understand Mut will he ever ibond of $1110,000 for the development get to Pennsylvania? That's the ques 'of the properties is half disposed ofjtion. 1 am afraid of him if he gets lat the present-time and as the prop-lout and starts to drink. ierties that are being handled by this 'company are all deeded .lands there1 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS: .1. A. j 'will be no delay in the transfer of the iKimbro. says: "For several years past j nds. Among those who have inter-1 Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has : .1 : ,1... ....... r... ni.uil.AOTt mi' li mi Ct.ll fit f I l'OTll fit V 17)1' ll mc- JV jesieu !m:m:srivi- in nit- :wiiiij".v hji ......... I'i m" ,r 4 Pifnalrlnk nf nnilltll. Minn.. ' COUgllS. Colds, and lllllg troubles. II -" I who is backed by unlimited capital, has given permanent relief in a mini "Egg King" Herbert Moran. jam w)o haB MmBeK takfi a large per of cases of obstinate coughs and Wetz on the Chicago butter and egg 'block of stock and been elected as j colds." Contains no opiates. Refuse one of the board of directors. An- uiiiiuieu. oiu u, i other prominent capitalist is C. K. Kel- j Pharmacy. 'v, a banker of Hellefontaine, Ohio.! who has also interested himself sub- I De Vargas. !'. E. Chase. Dallas, Texas. V. A. Hawkins, El Paso. Iteed Hollonian, Tucuiucari. George W. Prichard. City. .i. ('. Kennedy and wife, Indianapolis E. I.. Collins. St. Louis. M. S. Meehem, Socorro, G. E. Hurst, Cinro. O. .1. V. Brady, Albuquerque. W. E. Ludlow, Dallas. Texas. George Manslleld and wife, York. Wells and wife, New York. Miss Claremont, Xew York. Miss Silencer, Xew York. Miss Thomas, Xew York. Mr. Mucoinher. Xew York. V. Moore. Xew York. 10. llolden, Xew York. F. Markane, Xew York. Munroe Sisters, Xew York. K. E. lirooksluink. Denver. H. Ballford, Xew York. 11. Ley. Xew York. W. I.eRoy, Xew York. .1. Kridle and wife, Xew York. Airs. Kennecolt. Xew York. Mrs. Collins, Xew York. Airs. Marst. Xew York. ' AGENTS Responsible man to close :deals we develop in Ins exclusive terri tory: honesty rather than experience necessary: all or pari time. Paris 'Gasoline Lighting System. St. Loui'- V. XTEI ) Two salesmen to handle biur line of oils, paints and greases. .Experience unnecessary. Our sales men are the hesl paid on t He road. WEST-COAST KKFIXIXG CO., SAX 'FUA.VCLSOO. CALIF. Marry if you are lonely, the relia ble, confidential, successful club has huge number of wealthy, eligible mem bers, both sexes, wishing early mar riage. Description free. Ails. Wrubel. liox 20, Oakland, Cal. GOVERNMENT RAILWAY MAIL Clerk, Customs Internal Revenue "exams'' e-verywhere soon. Get pro pared by former I". S. Civil Service Secivtary-Kxaniiner. Free Booklet, E. Write NOW, today. Patterson Civil Service School, Rochester, N. Y. 1 SIX i'KIl CENT loans on farms, or .chard lands, chy, resident or business ! property, to buy. build, improve, ex pend or refund mortgages or other se Icurities; terms reasonable; special Lew l.ederle and wife. New YorV : privileges : correspourienc. ('has. Winburn. Xew York. P.urfn and wife, Xew York. Emil Ankimeller, New York. E. A. Clask, New York. .1. Mendeuhall. Estancia. Mrs. 10. P. Taylor. ISaltimore. Miss E. ,. Wnbler. Baltimore. F. ,T. Keler and wife. Cleveland. W. I.aundey, San Francisco, lM". G. A. Will, St. Louis. 0. A. Carruth, Alamosa. E. J. Strawn, Alamosa. 'Dept. L., tilS Coiiitiionwi.nlth J Denver. Colo. invited. Bldg., I WANTED 1 will teach several ! young men the automobile business in iter, weeks by mail and assist them to igood positions. No charge for tuition i until position is secured. Write today, i R S. Price, Automobile Expert, Bojc j ';;!, Los Angeles, Calif. Bids For Penitentiary Supplies, Bids for fii'.iimuiiiK K"; months sup ders ACTIVE, ambitious men to sell ex ceptionally high class groceries direct to consumers. Liberal advances on or- our bonus system big feature; at. plies for the state penitentiary will be : permanent positions; be.st season a received until 0 o'clock a. in., Tnes iluinri. rite the BIG HOUSE today fo board. They say that in lit 2 men who had bought eggs the preceding spring at about 17 cents a dozen and bad held them all summer, lost money heavily, being forced to Bell in the tall 'stantially in the company, and. has I as low as 15 cents wholesale! 1 hen, jbeen made its treasurer. Other capi-l last spring, in spite of these people's jtalisls from the north include Messrs. , . j.,. ..,, th . unhappy experience, Wetz and Moran Dorn and Casl.:r of Minnesota, the lat-lf te h(,,.e yesterdav the N M bought great quantities of eggs, pay ,ter being an expert in the development I .,, ivi, h.imirtilv was S'l ner-! THE WEATHER dav, December !Hh, ll'l.'i. Supplies ; particulars, naming county iiesireu. coiisits of groceries, meals, clothing. IMPORTERS. M ANl.'FA'TCRERS, leather, grain, etc.. A list of those WHOLESALE GROCERS, supplies with conditions and blank ;.1011X SEXTOX & CO., CHICAGO, ILL. proposals will be furnished upon npp'i- ! cation to the superintendent. I It will not pay you to waste your By order of the Board of Peniten Ulme wrting out your legal forms tiary Commissioners. i nhen you can get them already print- JOHX B. McMANt'S, Supt. ,ed at the New Mexican Printing corn- Dated: October 14th. PM", Santa t e ! pgny. ing as high as 19 cents. iof land. Mr. easier will be the general cent. The precipitation showed a, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, PUB LIC LAND SALE. Everybody laughed at them. Then manager for the company, and it is his ' .. ' vester.lav wms a nart followed tne irigntiu.iy no., summer. ; prpose, tne following season, ro pu. c,0,dv wiUl , ,.mpera- Office of Commisisoner of Public bad for the hens. Pretty soon the ,in one f,u section to wheat. The lands L of $ PB bH,ow tn aver.j Umds sute of Xpw Mpxico. other dealers began to wake up to thC0f tile company are not far from the I j s-xnt'i Fe X M Oct 27 1013 fact that there was an egg shortage jMIpase tract, and the development i' T(! tempmUm , s a. ,. today! Notice, is hereby 'given "that." pur coming, it developed, through various will be practically along the lines that . , . , ,.,,. ,. ,,1 . . ,. o n,nvUi(,n(l nf ,, Art ()t unexpected causes, into a shortage of have be(,n pursued in that, section, t fn,,,..a. . ,. ,i t,,,,,, o.i, itun Ismail holding claim No. 5277, serial about a million cases for this one Tll comtng of these capitalists to AmrMln .... ,,,,,,.. Boise. .',,?' ',tl, nf v0,v v,im. 1 No. 1115207, for Lot 1, Section 21, Lots, mouth! iDeming means much for the develop- .4. 5 and ll. Section 1C, Township 21 N, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, IT. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., Novem ber e, i9i:i. (Republication) Notice is hereby given that Fran cisco Mora, of Cuba, X. M., who made Fred Sherman has purchased the wo Hyder Houses on tne corner oi ,r foresight It is they who Cq ' av(,nlle an( Klln B,reet. the big profits this year. ; Range. Why Not a Creamery. There is no place in eastern New Mexico with better natural facilities tor a creamery than Santa Rosa, Hun dieds of tons of hay, alfalfa are ship ped out of here which should be fed to dairy cows and turned into butter, and milk products. It is estimated that $100,000 will have been put into circu lation in the Tucumcari neighborhood by the last of this year. This$100,000 is nearly all spent with Tucumcari merchants and put into Circulation in that section. Part of the cream comes from the Cuervo district, which is 40 miles from Tucumcari and on'y 20 miles from Santa Rosa. One stock IVILL G!VE$1000 IF I FAIL TO CURE my CANCER or TUMOR I TREAT BEFORE it Poisons Bsni or Deep 6laidi RO KNIFE or PAIN ll til Until Cyrai No X Tbur or other ' swindle. An blend plent make the eura MS0UITE SIMI.MTEE: Any ToMM, UftW 1 Sore on the lip. face or body lonfu cancer It timer Paint until tat etafe. 120-FMc BOOK at free; teUimaniah of - tkrauanHa cured at home iBiivai en MfkM K . ,ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST b CANCER, m it nlected ijlwmyi pobm GUARDING AGAINST CROUP. The best safeguard against croup is a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound in the house. P. H. Ginn, Middleton, Ga., writes: "My children are very susceptible to croup, easily catch cold. I give them Foley's Hon ey and Tar Compound and in every instance they get prompt relief and are soon cured. We keep it at home and prevent croup." Sold by The Cap ital Pharmacy. f r enw : -HaeV DR.&kJRS.DR.CHAkJLEYrir 1 747 10. ll JT.. LOS AI6ELES, CU. III91T SEIB 01 IAMES of fie IFFIKTEI WOMEN BARRICADE FOR PROTECTION Wabash, Ind., Dec. 6. For two hours Mrs. C. S. Millard, wife of the Superintendent of the Michigan Di vision of the Big Four Railroad and her maid were barricaded in the for mer's bedroom while a burglar leisure ly ransacked the house. Shortly after midnight Mrs. Millard was awakened and saw a man with a flashlight standing near her bed. She screamed, and the intruder slow ly walked downstairs. Mrs. Millard then called the maid, and an attempt was made to summon help by tele phone, but the instrument had been put out of commission. For the next three hours the two remained behind locked doors while they listened to the burglar prepare a lunch, which he ate, after which he visited all the rooms in theh resi dence in his hunt for valuables. New Mexican Want brine result. Try It. Ads. always The big dealers began to buy eggs,' , f ..,., i.mts. Mr. Kelly has al- too, in order to profit by the inevitable jready nmVed his family here, and the rise in price- The Chicago beef Pack-j0hp gf!ntieim,n wm become residents era, it is said. Dougni, iou cars. nui,ls g00 n(j possjBle etz anu .Moran reuiaiueu in uit? jau, with 170 cars or more, and whether from luck or will make th They are tne "egg Kings. NOT BEYOND HELP AT 87. But .Moran argued very cheerfully sle(,p.(listlirbing ladder weakness, with me when 1 interviewed him, dis- lstj(fuPBS n joints, WPak, inactive kid claiming every right to that title. " n art)on aml rheumatic pains, are "We have all of us here got eggs, pvjdence , ki(lnPy troui,,e. Mrs. he protested, indicating his colleagues , Jarv A np.(n 4? E Wa)nut gt Taml. on the floor of tne Chicago butter and (m wi..t(if.. j hayfl pa8Spd my egg board. "Some of us have beenj87t birtll(laVi and tnollfillt , vaB bp. fortunate enougn io gei a ie ...u.e , . m,,fin bllt PoIpy ! Kidney Pills have proved most bene- Durango, 28; Flagstaff, Hi; Grand .1 unction, .'ill; Helena, 20: Kansas City, 10; Lander, 10: I,os Angeles. 41: Modenn, lfi; Oklahoma. ?,$: Phoenix ;i4; Portland, -10; Pueblo. :il; Rapid slate land office, the Commissioner of public lands will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, at 10 o clock a. in. on Monday, the lflth day of Janu- ; Range 1 Y., X. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make small holding proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Juan C. than others that's all! It is all a question of supply and I ficial in my case.' Sandoval, V. S. Comniisioner, at Cuba, City, 3S; Roseburg, fll; Roswell. 32: Con(y of Donu Ana. State of Newj1 " ' 1"t" 01 cemuer. Salt Lake. 2S; San Francisco, 4R; Spo-:Mexleo , front of ,he rourt i 0se i , I1C lUlOlfa HIV. lUllUrtlllfi luimopto ... Iprove his actual, continuous, adverse possession of said tract for twenty demand, 1 maintain. Suppose we hadn't bought eggs last spring when. -- , they were abundant. People would 1 IT COST $25 TO KISS have used them in great quantities lyerr p vT then, because thev were comparative- ; CI I. fl fW I'JIlab wnl I ly cbeup and today there wouldn't have beeu any eggs left on the mar ket!. "But we stored them in the spring, and are selling them now, tlniB equal izing the supply throughout the year. It is a perfectly legitimate business. Xew York, Dec. fi. Arn oil-l Schmoll was assessed $25 for the cay's beneiit for kissing a young person he describ ed as his best girl whilu driving a motor car at 40 miles an hour. Po liceman Haggerty ran S;hmcll down After the terrible Dayton flood, it was iearlv todav on Broadway. recommended that a series of reser- j Ah!" said the young man, a voirs be constructed among the head- iof j.-rance. -jf j was going too fast waters of the stream), in order to store up in future the heavy spring rains. Then the water could be used to keep an 'even flow in the rivers during the host summer, when there might otherwise have been a drouth equally destructive as the flood kane, 2S; WiUiston, 2C; Winnemucca, m. Local Data. Highest temperature this date last year, 21 ; lowest, o. Extreme this date, 41 years" record, highest, 02, in 187S; lowest, 3. in 1891. ' Forecast. For Santa Fe and vicinity: ;.;neral ly fair tonight and Sunday; not much change in temperature. For Xew Mexico: .Vot received. Weather Conditions. The recent storm area has passed eastward to the central valleys, with the exception of a small trough of low pressure extending southwest to northern Arizona, and high barometer dominates the western country. Clear weather largely prevails, with mod erate temperature. Precipitation has occurred in Missouri, Kansas, Okla homa, northern Texas, and alon;? the east slope of the Rockies from Wyom ing southward. The barometer i3 fall ing over the north Pacific, but, has risen sharply eastward. Conditicns favor generally fair weathe.- in this section over Sunday. tracts of land, viz.: The West, half W (1-2) Section 30; Township 1!) South, Range 2 W N M. P. M., containing 320 acres, more or less; there are no improvements on this land, also the W 1-2 and NF. 1-4 the survey of Andres Felipe "Well, our business is the exact counterpart of such a system of reser voirs. We buy up the eggs which might deluge the market in the spring ana sen inem ine u. , Qn cf Q( , ,2 mes mieht otherwise be an egg famine. ... ., We make a profit on the deal of course I am all regret I did not know." "But why did you go so fast?" ask ed the policeman. "There was an opportunity to kiss, iCwer my girl, who was beside me," said "CASCARET8" HELII EVE Schmoll. "My attention was on those; SICK, SOUR STOMACH most beautiful lips and 1 couia not set my soul upon them with my but it is exactly as justifiable as the profit of the shoe dealer or book pub lisher. It is fair payment for our serv ices and just compensation for our risk. So I don't think this egg boycott the women have started will do any good. Somebody has got to stop eat- Woman Is tntemited and ihoald know about the wonderful Marvel J - isoucne .s, Every Ask yoardrn.rr.st foT n. ItnecattJOi sup ply the MARVEL, accept no other, but send stamp tor dook. bntjb-44E.l'3JSt,Li: eyes on the indicator of speed." Mir. Schmoll also has been sum moned to appear before another ma- an hour in Fifth avenue yesterday. FOREST SERVICE ROAD WORK IN ARIZONA. ' dizziness ami sick headache, means a Move Acids. Gases and Clogged-Up Waste From Stomach, Liver, Bowels Cure Indigestion. Get a 10-cent box now. That awful sourness, belching of acid and foul gaseB: that pain in the l.it of the stomach, the heartburn, ner- vcusnes, nausea, bloating after eating, years next precedin the township, viz: Tranquilino Romero, Jose Archibeque, Celso Sandoval Sol-jrar ntl nf PnhB. N. M. Section 30, Township 25 South, Range ; Qn wJ)0 de8irps t0 protPSt 2 B N. M. P. M., containing 4X0 acres Lgaingt (he al0Wace of said proof, more or less; the improvements on ' whQ knows of any substantial this land consist of one room adobe Leagon under the laws and regulations house, one well and fencing, total of the intel.ior department why such value $1S5.0fl, no hid will be accepted j proo, should not be allowed will be for less than $25.00 per acre, which is gjven an opportunity at the above the appraised value thereof. (mentioned time and place to cross- The above sale of lands will be sub- ipxarame the witnesses of said claim ject to the following terms and con-ant and to on-er evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. FRAXCISCO DELGADO, Register. The forest service has recently completed a portion of the East and West Arizona State Highway, which practically parallel the Santa Fe R. R. tracks between Flagstaff and Wil liams, and lies entirely within the Coconino National Forest. The work completed consists of approximately 11 miles of highway, 7 of which are surfaced with volcanic cinders. The construction work is in conformity with the Arizona State Highway spe cifications. The amount expended by the Forest Service on this project was approxi mately $21,000.00 the average cost per mile of finished road being $2200.00, while the cost per mile of unsurfaced roadway was $1410.00. ditions, viz.: The successful bidders must pay to the Commissioner of Public Lands, or his agent holding such sale, one-tenth of the prices of fered by them resectively for the land, j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 4 per cent interest in advance for the ; Department of the Interior, balance of such purchase prices, the j jjnted. States Land Office, fees for advertising and appraisement - Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. 30 ,1911. and all costs incidenlal to the sale j Notice is hereby given that the fol herein, and each and all of said i iowjng.named claimant has filed no amounts must be deposited in cash or j tJce Df his intention to mak final certified exchange at the time of sale, ;proof n support of his claim under and which said amounts and all of sectj0ns 16 and 17 of the act of March them are subject to forfeiture to the j 3 1891 (96 Stats., 854), as amended State of New Mexico if the successful ; by tne aot 0f February 21, 1893 (27 bidders do not execute a contract i stats. 470) and that said proof will within thirty days after it has been!be mnde before Juan C. Sandoval, U. mailed to them by the state land of-! g Comr., at Cuba, N. M., on Dec. 9, fice, said contracts to provide for thejt vjz: John W. Akers of Santa payment of the balance of the pur-ipei tor the lot 1, Sec. 8, lot 1 chase prices of said tracts of land in o an(j s"4 NW4 Sec. 9, T. 21 N thirty equal annual installments, with R i X. M. P. M. interest on all deferred payments at 1 He names the following witnesses the rate of i per cent per annum in 0 prove li is actual continuous adverse advance, payment and interest due on possession of said tract for twenty October 1st of each year, and such years next preceding the survey of the other conditions, obligations, reserva-1 township, viz.: tions and terms as may be required j Reyes Lucero, Henrique Valdez, J. bylaw. Ij. Salazar, E. A. Miera, all of Cuba, Each of the tracts as described here-1 v. nr. cleans the stomach, remove the sour, in w;n be offered separately. The j ny person who desires to protest disordered stomach, which cannot be regulated until you remove the cause. It isn't your stomach's fault. Your stomach is as good as any. Try Cascarets; they immediately undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from the bowels. Then your stomach trouble is ' 0f sale for the above described tracts Commissioner of Public Lands, or his :aganst the allowance of said proof, Agent holding such sale, reserves the!or wh0 knows of any substantial rea right to reject any and all bids at j gon un(jer the laws and regulations of said sale. Possession under contracts ; the interior department why such ended. A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning a 10 cent box from any drug store will keep your stomach sweet; liver and hcwels regular for months. Don't forget the children their little insides need a good, gentle cleansing, too. will be given on or before October lrt, 1914. Witness my hand and the official seal of the state land office, this 27th day of October, 1913. (SEAL.) ROBT. P. ERVIEX, Commissioner of Public Lands. proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant FRANCISCO DELGADO, f $ u ' Register.