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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL'. TUESDAY, JUNE 27,-1911.
Ot filtsqnfrcai morning Journal !'niiW4 try tfc JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. tx a. UACrHcnsoM ptm!i JAMS 8. BUAl X Mac,lD B. DANA JOHNSON Editor t H A HLUUETT CUT KJilor ft A KATtl. Adr.rtielng VlUI : - a.;j ju. L-nn. t!j. -vtg.j-u-iJ ., Wartara IWprtMvatati, . i . V. i. AMJtMSOS, araaette Ball At a. thJt. all. tutfl HprtttTi k 4 1.1 II R. MllXlUAXJ, M rfk How. N lark. ni; Monr, r.rso. Cm.r4 ( Mti4--Iaa mattar l th goeHerfle at AimTiie. N. U , Bade act tl Ouira of Marcfe , 1IJI. . iRAuiNo ut.ri hi icam rAi r.m or uri.t or the kifimitii tkurr ALL THE TIMC, AM) THE HrJHollA lir Til. BtHlilltAS FA.HTV WUJt tMK ABC Rlt.ltr. Large alrenlatlna thaa ear athaf go tw Moik. Tka Mtly P Mnln Ihh4 anf r U Ux Mr. i TKRV OF ilBKCBirTlOJC. Cally, tr mall. u Bautiia Dally. r carrier, on mouth lr,w-en -rJr-f r.r..-- T1 MwolMf IhiuI fcae tbt ttft enUtkta eailng (liu ta . imwW W Hk MP" a b" Mla Tka Ajaart Ml Neeropave inreertory. ' , .. . ,, ,.- , v v wBirsas'JStl: f'.- ALBlQCEItOl HEW MKXJCO thf. lit noss pkfmifu. Andrew Fisher, Who left Scotland as. a pil h'm and returns in London jih premier of the vast continent of Australia, was the ono refreshing contrast at tho coronation; If indeed Andrew attended the coronation nt II. Wo rather Imagine lie was busy with his correspondence or other ruwlneaa mutters ami had no tlmo for Kiirh foollshnesa. Ho wouldn't even accept n dorre from Oxford ami It la reported ha "nhockfd th EnKllh hy hla outpolnnpfui." Tim pit bow prmpr wdH Apparently the only real democratic rttUon In thft hunrh ami lila hariimcr-nnd-tonii'". )inrl flstoil nn-thoil will WMrm tho hrt of thoo of ua who cannot get tha point . of view which hft mailn noma of our loading maKnato crook ttm overwork? ! hlngoa of tho khoo In the mum-nu-ry of modloval roynlty an they did obclHanca to An EnRlUh tradition. Andrew make a hit with us. Ho roae to the leading office In a tremendnua commonwoBlih, ono of the richest RpoKraphlcnl, anhdlvlnlong of tho world, Juirt by rmmm of a nqimre Jnw And fftnd And ho hai no tlmo for th trimming. H la the men llko Andrew Tlalior who Imve tniide th Hrltlsh Ktnplro the mlchty federation of pop ular sovernmenta wheh la na far re mote, f.ioni tho ilrlt of tho corona tion Of Cleorae tho Fifth aa A. p. 19ll la from tho time of tho jiroaent nion Arch's much nbiiHed mi mean It e, ClporKo the Third, whoao motiumont nicllt'd up to ohoot hla ai-ldlcrn wlili nnd whoso perfectly good tea we fed to the flMhe In lloaton harbor. Thero are a pood many reasons of mutual benefit and buslnrsa reciproc ity why AHiuquorqiie ghould have a rullroAd connection direct wi!h the fl mctu v:illey. The rf.nt flateau l divld-d fnim u oly by n. narrow r.'ine.' 'r mount lina easily jen'-'reted; It Is a pl.tn of vact possibllltiea just Uiflnnlnic to be develop(d with toe n-'o of the pumping for irrij.a'lon movement; and, hcn it la developed it will prove a feeder for Albuquerque thnt would aspure the commercial prosperity of thin city even if we didn't have the Central Itio Grande valley. , , One more reason why wa should get buay, tyin th Kntan la VAlley up to Albuqueniue la tho fact that Rinti Ke Ik making A t-trong lld for tho territory aod dolrg everything po.ixl ble to e.slnbli.sh the capital na the dis tributing point for tho country reach ing from Stanley to Wlliard. The fol lowing from the NYw Mexican and Eslancla New h auffldently Aignlfi cant: "There la no community thut has contributed sa much directly and In directly for tho development of the ICHtnnci.i valley A Santa Fe. The val ley Ih properly Santa Fe trade terri tory nnd the uplrlt of co-operation should animate the people from Mount ltiildy to the federnala. They can and ahould nRHi.it each other In fvrry rc.npect. The further aettlement of the Fatancla valley woulj redound to the benefit of Panta Fe nnd the growth and pronperIty of flanta Fo will help the valley. ne of tho waya In whb h Pnnta Fo can ho mad the mot convenient nnd moat profitable mnrketing place for. tho EHtancIa val ley la pointed out in the following edi torial of the EHtancIa Nowa: ,"A group of our valley furmcra have proven themselves booatera of tho firxt water, lluvng hoard it said that there was no market In Hanln Fe for Hstancla butter And egs, W. ft. Kirk playing the roll of a Mlsoourl an, went up to be shown. Aa a result he returned with n standing order, ahlpment to be mado twice A week. He Interested aceral other farmers with him, And U showing the people of the Ano ent t'lty thut they ran get the best hen And cow fruit by de manding Katanrla products. Tho ord er has been Increased several tlmeg and Mr. Kirk has found It necessary to Interest other . farmers In bin scheme. Kvery pound ol butter and every egR U guaranteed anil should there be any dissatisfaction among the patrons, the gooda will bo re placed or money refunded, A sys tem hria been Installed so that any goods not giving antlsfnotlon are trac ed to the original producer and he niunt mnk them injod;' wtilch Is a protection to those who produce only a first clasn article. In this way Ks tancla butter and eggn Will soon bo recognUed as lirst class articles nnd the demand will Increase accordingly Tho nrli'oa obtained In this manner are 'quite satisfactory. t i.om: to nit: uo.Mu SI I1M R1NF. DltAM.V. For years there has been no more dramatic opisode among the nation than the present undertaking to raie the battleship Maine from the mud of llav.m.'i harbor. The recession of the enshrouding green waters, foot by foot has been tnarkfd by a grow ing intensity of expectation and sus pense on both sides of the sea. Now, however, com' s the chief of engi neers and tellH us that in all proba bility tho resurgence of the wrecked I s.-a fighter from the bottom of the bay wlil bo too Into to show whether she wax annihilated t.y an explosion from within or by the mine of a Spaniard; and that he does not ex pect to recover human remains from tho hulk. After All it makes little difference. It would dit us no good to learn at this late date whether or not the battle cry which won the Spanixh war was based on truth or error; and tho brave jackles who went down to their death could have no more honorable sepulture. The country's patriotic duly will have been done whin the attempt, even though futile, to re cover their bones has been congieen tlously completed. IT RECLnlTlIl SE XPLAID 10 COMMITTEE Kvidently the Turka have told the Albanian refugees to go to grass. What the Editors Are Saying Had Italn, Anyhow. The nearest we saw to the observ ance of Flog lay in Springer Wed nesday wan an old red shirt, a blue bandc.na handkerchief and a white petticoat floating with tho breeze on a wire clothesline. We ddin't even hoar a firecracker. Gee, but we did havn a fine rain, though. Springer Stockman. Tlw Aiitl-Stnlehood Type. A follow back east, who prohabl) objects to the admission of New Mexi co aa a state, buried hla wife one Hun day afternoon and advertised for an other the following Monday. In which ward in the asylum should he 1 he placed? Springer Stockman. J lift a Suggestion. A New York preacher aays that baseball Is a quickener of Intellects. Wouldn't it bo grand If the law-mak-era, both national and state, were baseball players? Taoa Valley News. Good Definition. A pessimist is a man who refuses to enjoy a dinner today because he has no prospect of one tomorrow. Taos Valley News. t'tirUmu. furious episode, this. It aoems that a young fellow at a baneball game got excited and hugged the young lady Director" Newt!! nnd Engineers Appear Before litigation De partment of House; Davis Has Returned From Nile. (Sperlal Cmetpatimn to Morning loarnal Washington. June 24. The com mittee on Irrigation of nrid land); Hum which there Is nono niorc important to the west, met Tuesday, Congressman V. it. Smith, of the El Paso district of Texas presiding. None of tho many bills which have been re ferred to the irrigation committee wero specifically considered, and the meeting was what the chairman CAll ed a ."general hearing." There Iias been no change in the democrats program And no lcgislAtlon not Affect ing the tariff will be taaen up thla seraion, but this general hearing was had for tho purpose of fAmillarir.ing all tho members of the committee with the work. With the reorganiza tion of the committees doe to the democrats taking ehnrge of the house, there was a big shaking up on thn committees and a large number of new members entirely unfamiliar with tho workings of the congressional commltteos. Hence the desire to get the machinery of tho house in 'run ning order'1 for the long term this winter, i V. II. Newell, director of the recla mation service, was the principal wit nosH before the irrigation committee and ho went into details, about the work the service with which ha is connected la doing, the projects under way, income, disbursements, nnd the prospect for the future. Arthur P. Davis, chief engineer of tho reclamation service, wag Also one or thn men to Appear. He hai Just returned from a three months' trip in Europe and Africa during which ho inspected irrigation project! in those countries, He was called to Ituesia to consult about the feasibili ty of gome contemplated projects there, but before he returned to the Flitted States, he took In tho mam moth irrigation workg In the valley of tho Nllo. His discussion of these for eign attempt to do what Is being un dertaken so largely In this country, was very Interesting. h. C. Hill Of Phoenix, supervising engineer for the reclamation project In the aouthwe.it, was also present and appeared before the committee. The geological survey has jiiffl Is sued a bulletin on tho cement pro- Rnfi!duction of the Vnlted States In 1910. next in mm, u perieci nirner. nm 1 , ... . had him arrested, but he told the " ...... ......- Judge that any man might do the Mr Among the. extractive industries, same thing under the aamo condl-1 From the tables given, it appears that tlons, and his claim was upheld by , hfr,e i'rj0r',"t'lnB,rTn? T.i!" !! expert testlmonv. Well, what wi. the territory of New Mexico, although lK VAHGAs A XII At'TOMOHILKK, Statehood is lurking right around the. corner. If we run fast wo may rntch It. Let no ono put any bricks on tho sidewalk or Mretrh wiles to catch tho unwary feet. Wo are right on the last lap and u tumble may be fatal. Three cheers for statehood, lin mediate statehood, nil together and without it false note may push the thing trough. The people of New Mexico should let no chance Klip In the next few days to keep things moving forward, herd In the urag Rb is, push the ball osi-r the line and make the touchdown we have In en after for so many wenry yeani. This Is mixing the metuphors n tiili.-, but New Mexico Is far closer to Atutohoori rlnht now than she has ever been In all the hulf ceinucy of effort and It behooves every man, w h.itevtr bis politic is, to !ort:cl bin prejudices for the moment and buck the. line hard. An absolutely unltcll, determined, Irresistible onslaught by tho people of tho territories con curry the day, There's many a slip twlxt the cup ond the lip; but let It not be sold that any citizen of New Mi xh o, democrat or republican, In fciillty of causing the slip. Are wo to have a blue ballot? l.et no man feel blue about It; If It t green, hurruh lor Ireland; IT It Is yellow, Pave the yellow- ttrcuk to tho ballot; U It I" the color of the rainbow, it doesn't iiiiiko any ililtereme nt this t one ol the name. New Mexi"o Is not worrj-r ing about the color of the ballots nor the hid- Mul shape of her ottng booth hMf as much aa kIki Ih about AOiioezltig her way Into the I'lilNd Slates or America. sequel? The sequel Is rather Interest ing. Tho next day tlvtf-o were flw thousand glrlB at the ball game. Tios Valley News. IM.VIHW lV. The ortoUH Fourth Is f;il ap proaching. V hut is the I1.1IN1M to be? Those who hae kept sl.iliMll.s nay tbi.t. 111 15"9, I.!:", blank cartridge jiccldciits were tvported, with !M) cases of tetanus or loc kj:nv. I-uKt year on the Fourth there wete only tr.O Ui cideut-i of a like character, with 72 case of t latins 01 whli-h i7 were Intnl. Thut Indicate considerable progress. The agitation lor a nuie Fourth lias loiititeil for something. Iiut there Is f'lll room lor Im provement, If We l;.io Kindled tile, nine Fourth then we should tne for the saner Fourth. We cm hasten Its Approach by still further discour aging the explosive eeiebriition nt In dependence Day. It may be a little hard pn .thn tiowdi r men and tha doctors and the undertakers, but they nr In tlift minority nnywAj. anil it Ih the greatest good .for the greatest number fiat should be fought. ' The late Honor du Vargas, who clanked down the streets, of the C'lti dad Ileal do Santa Fe do Sun Francis co do Asslwd some few decades before tho present generation eamo on the scene, will promenade the thorough- farea of the capital of New Mexico again on the Fourth of July next, In counterfeit presentment, with his panopoly of conquest and retinue ol mailed warriors os uf yore. I)e Var- Nas wlli trump a considerably superior variety of road to that which he traversed In entering Sarta Fe or. the Hrxt ociiislon; and there Is perhape ho one thing which shows roue strikingly tho change from the far past to the modern present than the Improvement In highways which the conquistador will see. Nearly everv nest 1 i.e' l In s.mia Fe nowadays b.r.s a good toads boost In oonn.vtlou and the movement will be prominently In evidence on the Fourth. Albuquerque should be properly represented and shoul, send a big delegation of her automobiles, the udvance agents of good roads, to Santa Fe on Independ ence I my. Tlure is nothing especially planned for Albuquerque on the Olorioiia and we might us well holler for good rouds and cultivnte closer relations with the capital whenever we bae an excuse. This will be 0 splendid excuse. The Santa Fo people have asked every Albuquerque unto- niohil owner to drive his machine to the Ancient on July 4 and be n. guest or the illy and help to make the beautiful and historic lie Vargas pag- leabt a big event. The kind Invitation onht to bo accepted mid at least twenty-live cars of the New Mexico Automobile Association ought to make the trip. An Albuquerque Automobil division lu the hlg parade, every cor flMhg the pennant, ought to help make things riotous in the capital. Tho roads are good, the trip Is delight and If Albuquerque vends goo,l crowd It will help to make things lively nnd will bring a bunch of the Santa Fe people down here to reciprocate. Colfax Covnty Gets in the Game (Springer Stockman.) The big New Mexico state folr will be held at Albuquerque October 9. in, tl, 12, 13 and 14, this year, and tho way tho officials are starting mat ters along it promises to bo tho most important and biggest event In the history of New Mexico. The people of Albuquerque are boosters and they Arizona has one, Texas four, Colo' rado two and L'tah three. The feat ure of the industry during the year whs tho number of new plants open ed up during .1910., most of them In tho west, and including the big plant of the Southwestern Portland Cement company at Kl Paso, Texas, with oth er in California, Utah and Montana. There were 110 producing plants In the I'nitcd States during 1910. The Minneapolis Steel and Machine company of Minneapolis has filed suit with tho inleistato commerce com mission, against the Chicago, Milwau kee and St. Paul, and other wvsurn roads, and the Southern Pacific, the Arizona and F.astcrn. and the Gila Valley, Globo fc Northern' in the southwest. The plaintiff alleges that ore pushing the big fair with a vim j 7fi cars of slrctun4l B.tee were ship mat s certainly mlmiratiic. iiur mo fair Is not alone nn Albuquerque In stitution, It belongs to entire New Mexico, and should be boosted nnd helped Along by the people of every county and be made a Rreat and grAnd advertising medium for every suction of New Mexico. It con easily be (lone by each county making on exhibit there of lis products, and to old in making this exhibit each board of county commissioners might donate some money from tho general county funds, nnd there Is no doubt that 11 won 1,1 lie indirectly returned ten fold and more within 0 short time. This Is only a suggestion but very often sug gestions lend to work that Is bene ticlnl. Colfax county Is ono of the most productive and richest ir. New Mexi ped from Milwaukee to Miami, Arl:., for which f1.477 was paid In freight. Since this amount was paid, the freight rate hag been reduced from $1.70 1-2 to l-43 1-2 a hundred, but it la insisted that this is unfair yet In view of rates of $1.2! to Tucson, and $1.36 to Phoenix, both farther away. A rato of $1.23 1-2 Is asked for end u refund of $1 7,277 asked, as the amount over paid between the $1.70 1-2 rate and the $1.1:3 1-2 which it la Alleged Is a reasonable rate. All the defendant roads have been Cited to a hearing of tho case which will occur in the early fall. - r 1 ) vl ih ! j 'r k 7 0i 4 ' J?k a ttJ i On Both Sides of the Counter fife IS mm Wliff-ripr vnnVe shnnner or clerk the result's the same weariness, nervousness, thirst. Store din, vitiated air, pushing crowds, heat, stuffiness on your feet for hours. No wonder that by the time you get away from i: all you're half dead with fatigue. mm - 1 41 T. I1 C ... W solves tne proDiem. it win relieve your iaiigus A calm your quivering nerves refresh you Vi: Ar'iiT oiTroxr vnnr fliircf- A nrl vmi'll rninv it rvr.rv nrnn. v " J 1 1 Send for rur interest- i booklet, Truth Coca-Cola" Delicious CoolingWholesome Sc Everywhere 1 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Atlanta, Ga. tpy Whenever 4? I'r 11 C 1 CPA on Arrow think of Coca - Coir. SUB Tl TO SUPPLANTSURFACE 1 ITHOD.M ters the soil so protected as to prac tically eliminate any possible trouble froni filing up with silt or soil.' Prob ably the chief advantage claimed by the inventor for his system is the ellminatllon of iho evaporation which comes with surface Irrigation. He further estimates that ordinary sur face ditches take up one-fifteenth of the area of tho land Irrigated, all of which Is saved by the sub-Irrigation plan. Ho claims that the surface baking of the soil, with which south western farmers are well acquainted. will ta I m tncii hi. i-li,.n tlm woliip MiSSOUriatl Exhibits Model Ofecps through the ground from be- System Which Excites Inter-nolehpUlces the cost of SnHtallation at eSt AmOng LOCal StUdentS Of 20 to $25 an acre, the fixed expense rrODlemi an acre. Mr. Harris received his pat ent on Juno 6 last, and has not test ed the system on larg'e tracts of land, although It ha-i been demonstrated or small tracts at Deerlleld, Kan., and elsewhere. The question of sub-ivr'.gation Is one that is receiving considerable atten tion of late in various pnrts of New Mexico, particularly in the Mimbres valley. Albuquerque people are fa miliar with tho workings of the Plue hcr system used on -Merman Plueber's property In old Albulquerque. Mr. Blut her having Installed u similar svstem for the AlvuruUo hotel lawns. His plan, however, distributes the water from standptpeg flush with the surface of tho ground while the Harris scheme distributes the water below the surface. HcST .nAl.iH 'lO KOiHtH AMI Uhu. f,:. V;nai.'w Soothing Svt e ir. txa wtiU-rovri - V VKAUStit MILLIONS ot V10T!IK:S tv.1 (iint CHU.URl-.N W H II.R lliKTHIM). with i'hKI-KCT SI CCKSS 11 6O0THK the CHILI). soi'TliNH the C.l-MS ALLAYHai! HW, tlKKS WIND COLIC, sntf l D:e ljr.it r-medy t UlAKKIliKA. It n sh. o!itely harmless, lie sine acd ask for "Mis. VHi.w siothinj! Svrup," sod lake Do oUiel iu.l " (wudv-iivc uta a bouie That sub-irrigation, hy reason of Its economy of water anil economy of surface of the land wtll in time sup plant the surface ditch method is the claim of I,. H. Harris of Helton, Mo., patentee of an ingenious sub-Irrigation system, a model of which he exhibited in this city yesterday nnd which has aroused considerable inter est among Irrigators. Mr. Harris, who culls his plan tho "Harris Irrigating. Distributing and Dialnuge System," showed the workings of his model to Secretary II. II. Honing of the immi gutlon bureau and agricultural dem onstrator. Professor J., W Tinsley Of the Santa Fe and both gentlemen were much Interested. The Harrlsvplun includos a main re taining tank,' storage tank, or water head of any kind desired, various inlts of the sub-lrrlgatlon plpu lines being all controlled by valves at the main tank. His pines may be con- With the groVth of the postal sav ings bank business, additional bsnku have applied for and been approved 'Ktructed of cement, wood, corrugated as donosltorlos for the funds of tho irn tn. ..r nnv material desired. The co, nnd should have a big exhibit of postal savings banks. Additions to n,ain pines arc flat in shape, so that ' u .11 .ft, .it lu n. the products of Its soil Its schools at the fair at Albuquerque in October. It would not ho too early now to begin this work. People In the east want to know what we, ere doing out here, a great majority or them do not believe we raise anything. Aa many of them visit the fair at Al buquerque each year it behooves Col fax and every other county In Mexico to have an exhibit there, us nun' " " tne approved list 01 oeposnorieg nave 0ny New The Alabama Iron worker who shot a policeman nnd wounded two other of Meets, was evidently attempting tu be a moulder of public opinion, al though his methods were 11 trifle drastic. The "last saloon in the 'Pecos Val b" l to be closed soon, It Is an nounced, Seems to us there are n large number of the- "last saloons," The woman of today who hag good health, good temper, good sense, bright eyes and a lovely complexion the result of correct ir im digestion, wlt.a the admiration of the world. If your digestion Is faulty Chamberlu In's Ktomach And Liver Tablets will correct It. For sale by All dcilera. , ' , Till: KF.ASON. "How effnslvolv sweet that Mrs. Itlondey Is to you, Jonosey," said Wllherell. "What's up. Any tender Utile romance there?" "No. Indeed why, tV.ut woman hales me." said Joliisey. "She .losen'l show It?" Paid With er! 11. ' No. but she knows I know how old she is -wo were both born on the same day," said Jonesi y, "and she's inraid I II tell Homebody." Harper' Weekly. been made as follows in the south west : International Hank of Commerce, Tuoumoarl, N. M. First National Hank of Clovls, N. M. . First National Bank, San Angclo, Texas. u shallow- on the tinder aide of tho pipe is an uoword indentation cr groove running its full length, helping to throw the water into the lateral. The latter have the outlets, where the water en- It Is worse than useless to cake any medicines Internally for muscular or chronic rheumatism. All that Is needed Is a free application of Cham berlain's Liniment. For sale by all denier A, Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever. T. Felia Gouraud'e Oriental Cream or Magical Beautifier. Uemn?i Tan, Flmptt rnlw, Mnia I'-tcHt, Hull, and Skin Plaua, tan vcry Dieoi.'i on beuilf. iwd de les detection. II tks stood Hit left ( 64 Tear. ul Is m Dtrnilet we tutes tubeeuml Is property awd. Accept dw couutM felt of ilatUt name. Dr. L. A. biivr. w:i Id liiy 0 Hi b.nl. ton ( pal If not " Aa y a" UJ hm toMJi f ...mnrld tJournud'. CPenm' as the katt hermful ''' ili?rV,oon." V t aale hy all dni.u aod t W iiotM Oralara m the Cnlu-U Stale., Canada and turope. TERO.T.H0PKINS, Prop., 37 Great Jones Shut NtwTotk. D -THE j WORLD ON AX OCEAN LINER AROUND i' T,TV L"sks Liy toe isieainsnip "CI.KVELAXD" ( 17,000 Tons) The first to leav New York Octob 21, 1911. The socorv to leave San Frftn Cisco Felv 6, 191: Annual Kvent Trli in Oct. 1912, & Fel 191 3.. by large Cruls log S. S. Victoria T,tiis. Duration tOduyg 'ost 630 and tin Includ ing all e penses Aboard nnd Ashore 1IAMIU KG-AMFJUC.W LINE, 0112 Ollvo SU, St. Louis, Mo or laical Agent. 1 Sunday ti iiipt-rulu-i in Kansas towns ranged from lee to ill. Why live In Kansas? Postofflce news ' Affecting New Mexico has been given out as fol lows: Kscolastlco Martinet has been np-' pointed postmaster at tiolden, Santa Fe roanty, N. M In place of Cartel Live-tiay, The pnatnl order of April 17, lll, discontinuing tho postofflco ut An cho, Lincoln county, has bon re. geinded, and the office will not be aboHshvd. Effective July 1, Harrington, Un ion county, will not be served by the special service from Ciludstoue, but by a star route with a schedule of throe times a week from the same point. The uniform nuccess that hai at tende.i the use of t'biimberlaln'g Col Ic. Cholera and lUnrrhoea Hemedy bns made It a favorite everywhere. It can alwAv bo depended upon. For sale by all denlera It All Ikix'IkIh. Sunday school teacher What U the There Is on medicine thAt every family should be provided with and especially during the , snnime' ,m''mn", rl.lef , of man? ij'". r ;" "..A,v ri. .. a?;,:,:i wmie-i Aked ia that. tain to be needed, It costs but a fl ' ,J' . oimrt.r. Can urn afford to ha with- hla head, but If ho ran erranrs. tw.is nnd he out UT For sale by all dealer. t his feel Huston Transcript. INCORPORATE YOUR BUSINESS rrtniGATioN, ' MIXING, BIEIICANTILE, ETC Alt laws on' ALL classeg of New Mexico corporations with complete Irrigation nnd Mining Lawi art con tained In Kanen'g Compilation. All neeerjuirv forms for drawing articles of Incorporation, non-ltablllty Amendment! annum reports, nuui etc., rule for filing papers, fees, etc. are In Kanen'a hook You need no otner eiume; n n everything In one book. Invaluable tc corporation,. '"ganUcra. offlccrA Irri gation nnd pilnlug engineers and at torneys. , Poet vnursclf. Savo time nnd money. 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