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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 191 1.
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AIJHQlKKQlal KKW MEXICO Poor, old, bony Bulgln. THK SiEW KTAIt. New Mexico has put her star In the n. The Morning Journal fBther'expeet rd alia would. Ia fact we never for an Instant thought It would be oth erwise. The majority, while the vote should have been unanimous ) sat isfactory', there la no doubt bow the people of New Mexico stand on the j u cut Ion of statehood. The opposl tlon, while relatively small in num bers, has been bitter and active; at the last it (topped at no tad lea which might cut down the majority. The overwhelming vote ie not only a vin dication of New Mexico, u vote for progress and it significant proof of tho feeling of the people; It la a Stinging rebuke to enemies of stale hood at home and In the east. It will avail nothing to mnke the usual cry thut the will of the people was denied expression. " for a majority, ueh a thin, can not by the wildest stretch of the Imagination be nttrlliut ed ta "daring plola" or corruption nt the poll. It la to be hoped that tho opponents of statehood whether ma Hi loin or conscientious. tke their medicine like men and resolve, now thnt New Mexico la to be a state, now that the will of th0 mass of the pen. pie has been emphatically expressed, to put their shoulders to the wheel and Join In the determined effort to make the new mate one which may nerve aa model to mimy of the old. There It now a chance for public spirited, patriotic work fur every till sen; It li the duty of every rlilien to take up the responsibilities and privi lege, of Bttttehnod with an eye slnglo to the better government, the more honest officeholder, the cleaner nll gctishlp which are made pnsslhl by on ttiitonomoua form of government. New Mexico now tun everything be. fore her. The future la in our hund to mol g we will. The reponel bllillrH are enormous; the privilege are llieetjnmble. Ut every New Mex Ivun face the future with a hluh tie termlimllon to maka the new slate one of which the union of aluteg may bo proud. i According to the Tima Valley News, that Intereetlna; olj town want aome other thintti than a beer factory. This fiper picturesquely aays: "A man from New Jersey wrote to the mayor of Taos asking If a brew. ery could lie established here with suirens. Jte wanted to equip a brew ery somewhere In the west and de- lred to know If there were any stringent regulations here and If a man's business could be disturbed. No, Mr. Jersey man, you would not be disturbed. Nobody would Inter fere If you banded out booxe to In dians, contrary to law and If you brewed nights, days, Sundays and Christmas, and It wouldn't make any difference what kind of stuff you put out, so long as it had Jim Jam proper ties In It. "Tao, lightning" has be come famous us a beverage that would make a Jack-rabbit fight a wild cat and the malt drinks are consumed here not by the schooner, but by the carload, fine advantage a brewery would have here would be the great home market for Its brew. The lack of a railroad wouldn't make any dif- ference as tho Taos population would not b8 content to let any of It gel away. Of cuuise, when the railroads come the opportunities will be bet ter as a brewer could cover acre with his buildings, there being land enough and to spare, and he could ex pand even beyond the demand of the Taos thirst and ship a few oceans of beer to the neighboring points where people's throats ar, dry. Then, any surplus could be used for Irrigating purposes, and the! by product could be used to fatten the Taos county cat tie and sheep nnd put on them the same plethoric rotundity that It puts on th front of the human frame. If only the cuts of porterhouse and loin could absorb a little of tho beer flavor the market, could not supply the demand for beer fed beef an mutton. "Yet wlh all these advantages of a brewery In Taos, we want rachers and fruit growers, and manufactories In this valley more than we want a beer factory." UAI.IXr VS. LVKItYTIIIXd WHY t.IUNT t'Ol'NTY WANTS IT. (Irani county Is not nil ultrulstic in Voting for stall hood. It me.inH real money for that county. The Sliver City Independent gays: "(Irant county should give an al moin unanimous vote In favor of the constitution, for It It means much to (lie people in other parts of the ter ritory, it means a great deal more to tis who ares mine directly benefited. Aside from the general excellence of (lie constitution, which has set a high ktandard In constitution making, cm bodying ell the pruareeslve features cf modern government without any of Its untiled experiments, the lonutl tuilon provides f.-r the direct r t lc k of thi. railroad cl. Id of drant county limuunilng to approximately Si.00. 'J'lm eve nine voter may not under ft.ittd the general principles of gov ernment underlying the constitution, but be dm, understand the nwuinp. lion of a county debt by the t'. 8. Kovcrnmcnt. which means lightening the tax burden on every taxpayer In Smut county. This is but one of the Idcftslliga to be conferred by the con dilution. Among other things. It glu :rant county a suite K'lUmr and two representiuives to represent the coun ly tn the legislature, besides an inter est In another state senator from the touritles of Socorro, Klerra, l.nriti and Oram, also a county jmii;e. itrnnl unit Iung constituting it Judicial district Pu it Will bo seen (irant County fares fxceedlngly well lit the new constitu tion, besides sharing in all the other Jirivllrg.s and liberties guaranteed to the peopl, of the new state. I'nder Ihrja circumstance. It Is difficult to e, what argument could Induce a tax ayer of Grant county to vol against lbs cunsiltuUuu." We should reject statehood, said conscientious minister of this city yesterday, because sufficient provis' ton is mt mado for safeguarding 1ha sanctity and secrecy of the bal lot. Admitting for the sake of argument that there Is such a defect In the con stltutlon and that Its omission will enable political rings to rule New Mexico us they have In the past; will more territorial government change It? If present and past conditions are execrable, do you gain anything by voting to retain them? It Is the fatal error In the reason Ing of those who have opposed state hood that as stated before, they would reject the whole because a part Is lacking. That, as In every state nnd terrl tory, there have been grave abuses of the voting privilege here nnd there In New Mexico cannot be denied; un der terrltorlalism such nbuse, could only grow in grossness nnd audacity in a state government certainly no one could urn tie they will be worse mid there me a hundred and o.ie pro vision. In the constitution which. whllj, not directly applying to the bal- lot. nevertheless go far to safeguard the fairness of elections. The aboli tion of ttio appointive system goes farther than any ballot provision rould to break up the political combi nations which have heretofore cursed New .Mexico politics. The governor, bcliiK elected, has no power through the appointive privilege to build up a ring; lesser executive officers are In similar condition; unable to hold their offices for consecutive terms, of. flceholdera cannot through corruption secure a life IVase on the public trough. Politicians through pull nt Washington cannot rontrnl thc sp. Iiottitmcht of Judges, The appeal of office to the grafter is practically nil; he Iims neither power to misappropri ate puldlu funds, to grow rich on enormous, exorbitant fees, to surround himself with parasites through ap pointment to office, nor to control the courts. If the lmllut provision I not stringent, practically all the in centive to vote buying, suppression of votes or stufrliig tho ballot box is re moved. In short, the constitution adoptid by the peoplo of this territory yesterday strikes u body blow at the boss system. ISoases seek power; with their power curtailed, bosses nr bound to decrease In number nnd Influence. Money, tho lov, of which is the root nf all evil, censes largely to Hsure In the situation. There ate no fxceuive salaries; nilstis,. of the taxpayers' money Is prohibited; the big fees, slrtiim the strongest Induce ment to the greedy, ere In l. p,i, no moi. Into the pockets of the off! clult. y llosslsm without corruption, control of vote, without something to gain thereby, will resse to b alluring. To say that the secret ballot even under the territorial form of government would cure vote buying is unreason able. Sufficiently financed, a bad poll tirisn or a corrupt ring could drive its purchased vote, up to the ballot box as usual. The main evil In a lax election system Is not with the elec lion officials; It is with the men who are working among the voters. A purchased vote deposited secretly is no bettor than one deposited openly It all come buck to the old ciuimton of the people, If the people want to be bossed and bought and sold. they will be so In spite of all the laws and constitutions on earth. No one denies, that tampering with the ballot has been an evil In New Mexico; but It ha, been no greater an evil than in many a commonwealth with the secret ballot. Wo believe that no state-wide Issue ha, ever won or lost through reepaters or Intimidation in New Mexico. The evil of territorial government He, In its opportunities for corruption, fur nished by the scheme of government. by the lax or stagnant conditions which terrltorialism i.lway meuns, by the lack of the responslbllitlpa which self-government brings, the poisonous Inertia of those who are ruled from afar without their Interest, knowl edge, or consent. btate government means thnt the people ore going to wake up and at tend to their own affairs; and when a people does that it is a bad season for the bosses. With the constitution easily amend ed, with rigid restrictions us to leg islative boodlins. with corporation af fairs under tho eye of a commission elected by the voters, with the In fluence of the almighty dollar remov cd from public office, and with their government directly In the hands of the people of New Mexico, If they lire ruled by bosses they will have no one to blame but themselves. We bellevo they will have Independence enough to run their own state government. In any case statehood means the I'OH- 8IISIUTY of public honesty and good government; terrltorlalism makes them forever I.M I'OHKUii.E, Having admitted that he may bo mistaken about tho discovery of the north pole. Dr. Cook refrains from dwelling on human fallibility and suggesting that the n)B thing might happen to others. Some eminent Japanese statesmen are politely disposed to reciprocate the willingness of Amerlcuns to ofrer advice on how the mikado's empire should be run. CURES DYSPEPSIA Elfl S ST STOMACH Cfi flMDIGE 1 Just a Little Diapepsin Will Make Your Out-of-Order Stomach Feel Fine in Five Minutes. Every year regularly more than a million stomach sufferers In the Cnited Ftatee, England and Canada take Pupe's Diapepsin, and renlir.e not only Immediate, but lasting relief. This harmless preparation will di gest anvthins you cat and overcome a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach five minute, afterwards. If your meals don't fit comfortably. or what you eat lies like a lump of lead In your stomach, or If you have heartburn, that Is a sign of Indiges tion. Get from your Pharmacist a 50- cent case of Tape's Diapepsin and take a dose JuBt as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heart burn, fullness or heavy feeling In the stomach, Nausea, Debilitating Head aches, Dizziness or Intestinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, there will be no sour food left over In the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin !s a certain cure for out-of-order stomachs, because It takes hold of your food nnd digests it Just the same ns if your stomach wasn't there. Itellef In five minutes from all stomach misery is waiting for you at any drnjr atnre. These large 6u-cent cases contain moro than aufflcent to thoroughly cure almost any esse of Dyspepsia, iniitgestton or any other stomach dis order. genio Medina. W. S. Mathews. Jose t ic, F. II. Mitch I, A brum Ma est as, Jean R. McCallum, Teodora Navarris, Juan Otero, Dott Natemuli, Jesus nlguin. Jesus Peres, Michael Uyliock. Ambrocio Klos. William Kinke. Ceorge Reynolds. J. O. flo.d, W. A. fmart. Meloro Serna, Plaeido Fadilla. Pasilo Sanchez, Mo desto Winchex. Jose Candalerio Tru Jillo, George Washington, W. M. Waters, Charles Weber, George Zlr-hut. (Ubere to OlorsDip Coday Mr. Carnegie one of the people whose sentiments prompt them to reach for a check book as naturally as a seminary girl reaches for an auto graph album. It is too much to hope thnt furtig ation can be provided for the Pana ma canal which will meet with the complete approval of the art connois seurs. Kven If neither New Orleans nor San Francisco should secure the canal celebration, both will have had a Jolly good time going nfter it. ADVERTISED LETTERS Dulles list Mrs. Kinma Aimer, Margaret Calkin, Mrs. V. D. Dry, Miss May Durby, Mis. Otto Fvcrs, Marie De Los Callegos, Mrs. Hugh HHyser, Helen, Mrs. H. H. Herman- son, Miss Pearl Lctton. Miss Ella Motiioyn. Mrs. Iternlce Miller, Miss D. Matthew, Mrs. Kmelle Martinez, Mrs. L A. Mattlmoie. Plrlla N'eirrete. MIks Ester Otero, Miss Hue Price, Mb- Khoda Pierce, - Mrs. Fllomenn CI. Perea. -MIss.Levlna Rundle. Tinlsv II. Sullivan. Mrs. .Tomasltlon Sun- hex, MIsB Jos!c Torres. Mrs. C. Val entine. Gentlemen's list Moniitl Aglleni. K. W. A nit, Pedro Arnndo Hurgne- gne, Itisrirte Arngon, Albert J. Ander son. C. A. Anderson. Jose Amivn. Henry Kills, W. C. Hurt, .'lenrv R. tiucking, Walter C. Holies. John ISer rv, (icronimo Parhl n, Kedlaido C. de Pacn, Charles Hac k, S. C, Rust us, Calletono Cellar, " X. J, Cuddy, Ru flno Contraeras, Sisllio Chavez. Jose Cayetano, Jesnnsleo Cordoba, Medoro t asodos, X. M. Calhoun, A. T. Dix on. J. M. Dengcr, H. Diinbsir, W. A. Kthlor, Antonio Kstrad . Fclesfor Freblno. David Goodwin, Matil Go mez, Trenldad Oabaldon, Petronllo Gabaldon, Martin Gnllego, Albert Harrison. Leo A. Harris, (1. Hamil ton, Marcos Fnurlgne, Rev. Isndro Jercimlllo, O. R. Janus, N. It. Jour nal, George Roy, C. K. I.nwther. J. H. Luke, Augustine Inpcz, Procaplo U. Ievorlo, Will Morgan. Clayton Moore, Ksiamsla Montoya, Kllario Montoya, Kelso Mlreles, C. W. Mil hollnnd, J. A. Merryweather, F,u- READ MY FREE OFFER If Mr MlMlnn Is In nuks ttrk wnrosn wall, and I want in urnH ..,.. i.r, onr sincer, roue mother, or unr Billiif friml, a full ?' eonl !"' l iUlm nt Kura C,.m..nni1 absolutely free. II la a remmly i." . woman's Mllannola, and I waul t.hll nn nil nhoiit It-lual how In um It lourll--rlhtt hrnno alUi.ml .nr Inwini-culmi-o n Mt hMt i It la that It vill a.4 la Ito. i. Mt lawr(t anlh r-or anfi. r plaw.if . Saim' ml ! lhKnp.ai4 It a r4i that Km mxla airl wuiuaa wall and aaak m.n Mrinf. ana . .... ,,.... erava It ta ?aa. and I wvll ilaillr d.. it, l..i I Satanam Sa(d. mlhluc that aaa. aridla an aha aCMa.tauca of taaaiafaiala at hand. a. aalf LIT atv! . ; ni. ma-DM aiaini awaaarr-il N ptrtl tiaatmant. tat it haa to 11a aiadll emit la! Mia HKat attraetdinarv ruraa a BmJ tkaihnl nl a larait In llialiaaiKnf nan -nn,.a a iS.nai a.th " -a aiaaaaaaaar atacaaca aa aaaiaaaa ta waaaea. This 50c box of Balm of Fijjj Compound will not cost 700 one cent . . " " " "' haa, to anna Id ryi Ita anlaaald QiialHIai, anitlliaa it to wuh to (-xiudihi Coilhar .It aill ct mailil laaoaoa I " aa halia thaia II aa.aliar ramadr aqual k Salrn i r. .f r 1 amaiiiiRf tnaraaa ma raiihhraandinff aal tkaaa SSoaH kaaaa Iraa ka, daat raadar irtaaparttia i frt aaat aaaai lanra. wnta hi nia at anaa today an.l I will aaad ra Iha araalnanl anHrata roa ht ratara loail. aod H fa ndaaira. laaa laadilf ralaa at k atant. aa ta.i potaoaallt laoitt fc lha traat and laaUal rum tl.al h..a romlanl (mn ISa aaa M Una raaaada But allai all. tea aaa Saat teat at aftylluna ta a aaaaaaal Mat ol it. and I to,., a a-natla M Hatlrai of na i.wiod aill aaaalaaa raa Ila aw la stlilnt ia aa aaaataalaa aa Ika aaaaat aaat .a- ik. a.c. u laii a ,11 m. - ha - a rtaaHXr Maad.t.1, ,! MRS. MARRIf I M. Hll tlAROS. Baa r . lot It r. IIIINC1K aT W m w I Ml f I I ' I t I I I ) .... VI I'"- -"-SSBaMraT.. .-tmmvmtwmmTmmmmJk lll(aIIL.M) METIKHHST CIIVKCIC. (318 South Arno.) S. K. Allison. PaMor. Preaonlng at It n. m. Sunday school at S:t5 a. m. Ilobert Hobday, super intendent. Special music: Vocal duet. Miss Howell. Violin solo, "The Palms, (Faire), Miss Selke. A cordial welcome to all. IIAITIST CIU'RCH. (Cor. Broadway and Lead Ave.) Jcstc J. ltunyan, Pa.-tor. Order of service in morning: (rgan voluntary. Hj-mn Xo. 215. Invocation. Responsive reading, No. 7$0. Announcements. Hymn, No. 611. Morning offering. Prayer. Music by the choir. Sermon by the pastor. Subject, ' Prevailing with God." Polo by Mrs. Rose. Itenediction. P.l'de school meets at 9'45 a. m. H. Y. P. U. meeting at 8:30 p. m. . Strangers and friends In the city are cordially Invited to these services. A welcome awaits you at the Baptist church. t CHIUSTtAV SCIEXCR (Woman's Club Building, West Gold avenue and Houth Seventh Bt. Services at 11 a. m. Subject, "Truth." Sunday school nt 9:45 a. m. Testimonial meeting Wednesday ut 8 p. m. Heading room open dally ex cept Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m., No. 17, Stern building, South Fourth street and West Central avenue. X)N(iltMJATIONAI. Raymond It. Tollicrt. Minister. II. S. Llthgow, Sunday School Supt Stanley Seder, organist. Mrs. C. H. Frank soloist. .Sunday school, 9: 4J k. tn. Sunday worship, 11 a. m., January 22nd. Sermon theme, "Barriers Swept Aside," All are cordially Invited to attend. Tou will enjoy the service and get out on time. Following are the musical numbers: Organ prelude. "Capi'iceio," Le- nniigre. Solo, (by special request), "How Many Hired Servants," (Sullivan), John G. Gould. Anthem, "Ya Thut Stand in the House." (Spinney), quartette. Offertory, 'Intermezzo," (Klein), Solo, "My Redeemer and My Lord," (Dudley Buck), Mrs. C, A. Frank. Postlude, "Fanfare," (Dubois). Sunday, January 29, union services will be held In the hall on Central avenue, both morning und evening. No preaching service in the Congrega tional church January 29. i rinsT I'Hi:SBYTEUIAX. (Corner Fifth and Silver.) Hugh A. Cooper, Pastor. Services at 11a. m. will be con ducted by the pastor. No service In the evening on account of the union meetings. Sunday school at 9 : 4 ii n. m. Strangers in the city are cordially invited to these services. - KEPOnT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AMilQIKP.QlE, NEW MEXICO AT Till: CLOSE OF BUSINESS JAXt'AllY 7, 1911 , REsorncEs. Loans and discounts ,. 11,758,303.63 Bonds, Securities, e '. . . . . . , . . , 24,684.02 Banking house and ;...i.uu.c 42,495.90 United States bonds $ 332,500.00 Cash and exchange 1,148,448.16 1,480,948.16 Total 13,306, 411. 7S UABIL1TIES. Capital I 200,000.00 Surplus and profits 71,897.04 Circulation 200,000.00 Deposits 2,834,514.69 Total 13,306,411.73 RaEsSoLVED DoNT -SLIP ON THE LAUNDRY YOI .SELECT, BUT do TO THE "LAUN DRY or QUALITY." BU5TER, BZbXJti. I 7k Z-T aal Journal Want Ads Get Results Consumption of Poles Increasing. The total number nf poles as re ported to the bureau of the census is purchase I billing the calendar year 19UJ by the telegraph ard telephone companies, st tain and e.cctrlc rail 'cams una ueciric llgtir nc! power cn'piiiiies of the Jnltrd Ftates wis ..!!' V'O. tis iigemt S.i'll.OOO tn 1908 ind n.JN.t.OOtJ In 1?07. There w-ere nunhiiBtd In 1PJ y the same class or users 3,50'j.nn i cr, s.-rms, 6,168, iioo brackets nnd IS, if .1,000 insulator pins Cross-.' ems, bracket and in Hitlatur plus were not Incitaod in the annual census of lumber and timber produced prior to 1909. . Tc lep'ioiio nnci t'legriph companies aa-a aia. DON! SUP Ol laa-aiaaf If t aa, Saiata WaMaa ca. aaaaaaa. ' today tor good laundry, don't .slip up on the opportunity for good laundry w TELEPHONE FOR OUR WAdoN To CALL. WE WANT YOUR BUaSINEJaS. THE "LAUNDRY OF QUALITY" THE IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO., ALBUQUERQUE, N, M. NEAL THE THREE DAY rfn lira LIQUOR HABIT VLILMIL An Absolutely Sure Treatment for the IQUOR HAIBITI We Invite the Most Thorough Investigation. NEAL INSTITUTE 612 NORTH OECOND OT. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. reported purchases during 1909 of 2.SI1.000 poles, or 78 per ctnt of the lotnt. inn was ati Increase over 1908 in the number reported as bought by this class of users of 354.000 poles, or i per cent, and over 3 907 of 604,000 poles, or 2 per cent. Sianm railroads reported the purchane of 26 per cent more poles in 1809 than n 1908. nl though 34 per cent less than in 1907, whllo the reported purchases by clec trio railroads and electric light and power companies wen 16 per cent trreater than In 1!08 and 7 per cent less man in lUi. Cedar continues to be the principal polo timber, contributing 65 ner cent of the total purchases in 1908, 68 per cent in iu and 64 tier cent in 1907. Chestnut, after cedar, was used In greatest quantity In all three years. lonning ie per cent or trie total in 1909, 16 per cent In 1908 and 19 ner cent in 1907. Among the remaining t-pecles, the Increase in the number of oak po'es reported as purchased dur ing me last three years is noteworthy. more than three times us manv DOler from this species having been report ed as purchased during 1909 as was me caee in 197. Substantial progress in the uractlce of treating polos with chemicals to preserve them from decay is disclosed bjr the returns for 1909. nearly ore sixth of the total purchase during that year having been given some puscrvative treatment, as against antu' one-tenth in 1908 pr.d o.ie etar.'h In 1907. Of thu total outlay durln,- 19(r. $1,621,000 for cross-arms, bi ickots and insuiator pins, the telegraph and tetepnone companlts contributed 63 per cent, electric railroads and elec tric light and power companies 32 per cent and steam railroads 4 oer cent. Census Bureau Bulletin. the partially imagined ill into a little thing, easily borne. This is the prlncipel which under lies the kind of treatment which will bo tried In the psycho ward. "You are too good and useful a man to waste your time and estrange your friends In this way," may sound trite, but spoken In the right way a way which must come from the heart and not from a phrase book It may ac complish wonders, where such treat ment as makes a patient feel abject and friendless may be without avail. Other methods "enter Into what l called the psychological treatment, but they all. have to do with making men think as well of themselves as possible; and It needs no rare logic to prove that the new way is best. St Louis Times. Journal Want Ads Get Results LEGAL NOTICES Bids Wanted. Bids Will be received Rt thc effic-e of the clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Bernalillo county.' New Mexico, up to 10 o'clock In the forenoon of Saturduy, February lithe 1911, nt the court house of said coun ty, for the building of four wing danu along the banks of the Rio Grande In accordance with plans nnd specifica tions on file in said clerk's office and also in the office of A. D. Ogle, coun ty surveyor. The successful bidder will be required to give bond, satis factory to the Board of County Com missioners, for the faithful perform-- ance of the contract. The hoard reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. By order of the Board of County Commissioners. A. E. WALKER, Clerk. Psycho Wards In Hospitals. A considerable percentage of the public will be generally Interested In a new experiment which is to be hade at the city hospital, where a so- called "Psycho Ward"" has been Installed- Physicians and surgeons in America ns well ns Kurope have been turning their attention to the cure of certain diseases by psychological aids, and tho reading public has been Informed from many sources that n new day in the medical world has dawned. Still, the hospital have largely retained the old methods, or at least only such methods as may be placed within the realm or definite and clearly outlined science. Psychological cures- may not Drove to be numeroua or complrtc, but In view or wnat certain em nent sci entists in Paris. Berlin and elsewhere have been claiming of late. It I well worth while trying to draw a certain class of sufferers out of the ski uteri bf despond by means which comes from within, rather than without. After all, it has been lisychnlonlcal treatment, disguised under an easier word, which hus been helping moth ers to overcome waywardness in tht.lr children for centuries. ''You are too old to cry, you are getting tn be a man,' Is a familiar phrase; and Inlwlth Williams Drug Co., 117 W. Cn CONSUMPTION GER.MOI.IX Is a powerful, pcirtratlng nnd NEW ABKOHHK.NT GEHMIC1BE applied to the scat of tho disease through tho pores or tho flesh. I" this absorption method new and most power ful germicides aro used In ",e cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Ca-tai.-h, and Asthma. Book of valua ble Information and sainplo bottle ntEE. S. W. IUETUICH, 220 E. Slain St.. filoomlngton, 111. Safety Razor BladesOic VfadeSharper Than New2u Dltall laaor Mad at raaftanmaail ta f 1 kaaomtoa Uartrla IWaaa ) "Ika I I iml,aa,", aaa IkaaVaaa. St tia) I J ramalinaaartnaiara, ta i- a rapaaiiaffBaanaiara. aaawaaaaa i a i " imtoni ctfT'M ICS!. I f La. J laitta CHICAGO. natrons leave biaaes Albuquerque . cff ef oat it transformed I tral aveout. a ,.., ,.