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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 14. 1913.
oil mm NEW AT AZTEG HEADY fll FIVE TO BEGIN WORK Tlioioupji Development of Meadows Fields to Be Made by Men Interested in Ex ploiting San Juan County, ,4tOAL COBtSPONOlMCl TO MOUSING JOURNAL! Aztec. .. SI.. June 1:1, The i uiiip.iiiy that Irani; j 1 i 11 . W'. Co IT l'.!;n k ;t ltd other San .In. in ciuinlv men have been tiying to finance In iin'.v an assure,! success. (K.r 7,0tin has hecii pledged In slock anil 111, lit is in sight. The company will lit uliee -I.I It pi edlllgs to place one of two .hilling outfits in 1 1)' .Meadows fields, ti'.'l n( Hie Mattos well, in which nil v, .is struck J. 1st r nl it kf. Tin. lieu wells will he cased from the start and Hot n 1 1 1 m I tn cine in us was the Mat u well. K. A. Kltter, li prollllllcnl milliter and geologist of Colorado Spring;-, has given a very fiiMrutl 1 1-1 .MI' t oil tile AloiidoWH Ileitis tile Sinking el II (leei well I ' a I sponsible ciimiiaiiy such lis the above, will tie molistrnt,. the extent of San Juan county's nil deposits. I I'teil Aloss. an Indian trailer who ban a post about fifty miles up Largo , canon i,,IM ,,. ,., j1J lu Ui r w in in Azt.e this week and reports that the drouth Is cuusim: henvv losses to I'oth eattle and sheepmen. The urns is Very poor and water holm have dried u j.. An outfit drove u herd of cattle through Artec this week frnni Lluowuter thiit showed the t It i I ! oiloets of Klarvation and thirst, lord was Without Water fur the and out of 4c(.l head, tho lien a ham :.'.,. I. The Sun Juan Cnuuty lilr nssoein lion has hi 't Sept. inber :M. nud is UN the fair date, ro Idcil tin s,. ,o not conflict wilh the Imiuiigo fair. The fair trustees nu t Saturday and appointed a committee to look after tile grounds. The day s W as UNKWDWN TRAMP IS BIG ATTENDANCE AT SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO STRUCKBYTRAIN; LINCOLN COUNTY CONVENE IN JULY INJURIES FATAL INSTITUTE AT SANTA FE Teething babies always have A hard time of it when 1h! process ucctirr ill hot weather. They not only have to contend with palntiil gums but the Hloinach Is disordered, bowels loose and the body liiu onil'iirtalde. The lies' help you tan uivi. (I,,, hubs sufferer Is .M'tiKKM IIAHV KI.IMl!. It or reels soar stomach, cools and (pilots the bowels and helps digestion. Price -"c, and uOc per bottle. Sold by all dmggisia. Only Clew to His Identity Is ' Foi ty Tcaeheis Gather at Car That He Went by the Name1 rizozo to Take Advantage of "Happy Jack" and Claimed to Be Pioneer, ascertained are as I., to as Ixtiii. Thei'e hit, t, stun; relics wie discovered nt a depth of lieaiiv six foci mnl Wire secrete, within si 1 hi t stones so uf l.lligcd as to lm in n neat box or re. ecpt.i, lo and tlioni'.h diligent search was made In the vnittitv of Ihe lind no more w, iv ,hs. ,o i oil. As soon as tile dlioov.n he Hue known ill the nearby village ol until Klia the en tire population Hocked to the site and I 'till Nicholas' luunestead became l, sccllc of animated ,1 111;. IS. of Speeial Summer School; J, S, Taylor, Conductor. Statewide Gatlieiiiu; Expected to Be the Latest Ever Held in New Mexico; Christian Endeavoiers to Meet Also. Italic at usl old Town. Satur day night. I imlci place In town: good inn-io, good ll,H,r. h,n t nil.H It. IacimIiiii lo lliirry T. Joliiisou, 4'i lislicriiutn at W. Central. Today is Flag Day. You una still have time to secure one of the big Silk Flags at the Jour nal office today. Display your patriotism. South End Grocery Co. 1503 South Second Strict BUY FOR CASH AND SAVE MONEY SATURDAY SPECIALS (,C(,I 11.4)1 It .",l-lll. w.el, $1.. It) J.1-II. a. k 7.1c IS lb. Ilect Sue.nr KI.IMl III lb. ntic Mmiir stl.mt in lb-. ( oi-ti .Meal :! Hili-lll-. ikn So l orn I I tke tie .lell, 1- pint I."ic tiiMMl rrNcie., pint II.V I jiiIv June I'ciih I Jc 2 for ;:c l;HM)M Ml( ll .",n,- for We Id.' lor :t:,c I'm- sc Salmon, V. can- .."e I Alia l.omi l orn, tor . . . I'.',, i:trn l ine in, i:ar, HOc. . . . I.',.' Mexican Itinn-, 7 lh S.'m' Itousti .1 I , dice, :, . 11.,. . Jfl.tMl i ji ii iiriakii.st r,,uoo. ih. :iic Wcddin- r.icnklii-t ( otic II Illlc t.ood Soup-, Ulc He Matches, 7 pkys. lor 2.m- New riilaliM-.. 7 lbs ( bili. :t can- fur '.'.' iiltolelle, lul-ai- ijll.II.I 4 olloleiie, Mitiill .',0,' .oo,l l.aunilrv Soap, 7 for. . .'.'( I i:i;s, tiiiiraiitce I Ircsli, 2 doen I"c I.fCIAL COSe,roN0tNC, fO MOHMlNd JOUNlt WaKon Mound. N. M., June M"Uda nit, t tmoti as the enKine known as "fuel,. lH,k." one of thi ol, h-t enuliies oil the Santa Ke ss t, ui. and at one time one of the hilt; est , imlnes In the world, whs eoiniiiK down Hie track from levy to WaHuii Mound, the enw found an lllieou s, ions man near the track, flopped and limit him on the engine and bii'UHht him to Wilson .Mound, lie wa.'i turned user to the iiK.nl who placid him on u ct In the hui;u:c r, in. and culled In the company phy sician, lr. K. A. Noithwood, wlm ex. ituiiiieil him n nd found him In u very low stiit", Htiffei'lni; from concussion of the btiiin, the head hnvllli; several s, i,rs upon It, there being iiite a sow-re bruise on the back of the head an, nek, which wen- covered with blood, other parts of the body were bruised, . cspcciiilly the back, where later lin rMljjatinn showed come of the libs to be broken. After examination and tivaliu. tit. the Injure in.'in was moved to the i-i Hldetii'.. of Frank Lujan, Justice of tile peace, where lie was r-'red foi ov, r nikibt. He remained In ul out the Kuine coiiditloil lis when found, dtii in the nlnht, lind died about U;4a the next hum mim. Word wiih sent to the district attor li.'.V of the occurrence, and an il,Ues! w.i.s held Tuesdny iil'teiiiooii, which ro KUlled 111 a verdict that he had coitie to Ills dentil us the result of beiiiK struck by the train which l.rouciu him to town. Tho crew of th. ciijjino testified that tiny .,ICIh tO.MMNIHNC. 10 Hl.NNlhd. iOU.Nil) l.iueolu. .V. SI.. June ; - The Lin coln county Institute, In s, ssion nt t'ari'l.iKo, la the ary. -t ever held n, the county. The fortv teachers nr cl'thusliislle In the work.' The classes of Conductor J. P. Tax lor, of licnilni:, ate helpful and Inspiring. Th,. imin nul traililiijj and plaetice class of Mrs. Lillian A. Less, ..r Tiicumcarl, uive itttracth ely to the teachers what they cull use in their class work. State director of Industrial ,nluea tloti, Miss Sliinelte A. Myers, Was In attendance two tlus this Week nlid l..ix-p the t, .ichors a talk on Industrial work l.l K neral and it moil. I lesson in domestic nt". All enjoyed her visit. ITof. J. V. ItiRiiev, of the .rt eultur.-tl eolh,-o, nd,ll,sed the Insti tute Sloinlay ami Tuesday. I'rom tho entliusiasm hi talks nrousci), ami cullure bids r.ilr f t the time it de serves In the Hchools. Mon. Alvun N. White was a wel come Visitor Thursday, Th.. follow init nr.. In attendance Mrs. L. J. Simmons. Misses Cooper nrid Livingston, of Tularosa; .Mrs. Ilrdle and diiuuht. r. Miss Vldu, Clolur roft; Sllss Xlury Stetens, rroK.esso: Misses Mildr. ,1 and Nil.i Taylor. hit,. Oaks; Mes, lumen Abbott, J.-Uott and Smith, uti.l Misses l.atltaiii and II, mis, Alamogordo: K. ('. Hurnelt mid wlf. Sirs. 1'crkiiiH, and Slisso Tiekner anil WilMou, Audio; Sirs. Jennie Uiiht, James Canon; Slits (lertrttde Keller, NoKnl Slcs.i; Sltss Thei) lilchai daoll USE THE PHONE C1 and i;. A. lltmnnrd, Coromi; Sliss Hi . . I Tl.lleC Ttl-llil,.' Mr i-V.,.l,l....l V.iuu saw nun .. , " ; ; . . sometime before reucliiuir lilm. umli . " ,,". .': that thev stotmed to i.i.U him no. no.!"- r- '",,,n ""u I'tevtns. ITo. beliiK able to tell at first wh. ther It was a titan or a bundle of clothe;!. irtt;iAL CuNSI.Pl.NlilM, lO MOHNINS JOuHNAlj i Saiitu I'V, . ,., Jane ; .,,,i Itof tile twelfth annual con eiit ,. the New Mexico Sunday School asso. clath.il an, sixt.etith iiiihi.iI cmu-ti-tloti ,,( the New Mexico Christian III,. i'lcuW.r t ill,, II, to be hi Id llcle ,luh I l-ti. indicate that this du tl event wdl I be the nr. at.t .t to be h. I.I in the j -title, 'lite siumlav school eonv . nll.ni (will be In sis-uoii July l-.t and the jt'hi -tut l.i n Kmlciivor collMntioii Do follow illi: three i.i s. I I'rotlllnent S,eukelg lu.ve i.ecepli , ; Invitations to spe.tK lo re. Tin y an LWho. I'ran, Is J. .McConiiell, l;ish,,. KOwar.l A. Temple, In lnvld I!. iioyu, pr.snieiu ,,r the 1 mer:ity ,.t New Sl.-xli o: I if. William Shaw , ;eu oral Mercian ot the liilt,, S,.,iet ,,l Christian Lndeavor; and Karl I., h iiiann, Int, rstiite riel.l secret. irv of the I'lilte.l Society of 4 III 1 tl.ui Kndi'iiv-or. The convention will be called t. oilier at Z p. m , Tuesday, JuU 1. The enrollment will follow. At x 1 p. m., Tuesday. A. II. Iteiiehan will dcih, r the address ol welcome on b. ball ,.i the city. The i.ddress of welcome on Ihe behalf of the state will be ci,n ly Chief Jtit. e C. J. Itohclis and oil behalf of the Sunday schools by SI. T. I "unlaw, county president. i. a. r.irtcrfli Id, of Albiiiiicr,ite, w ill nl.' the response. A reception will be held for visitiiiK deb Kates it ii ,1. r the auspices of the .Sunday schools of Sunday schools of Santa Kc count.! in the I'nlace of (iovcrimrs. iTesident Ih.Vil villi s,enk W'edlles tliiy loornliik' on "The lttl.lt Its Me, suit,' to Men." Ihe (,v. S. Alon.u LliKht, of AlhtUiiTiif will Hpenk the same inornlm; on "The litble Its oiiKln and History." The ltev. II. I', WilliuillS. of A lblltller,ie, will I, ild testimony service on "What My In itio Is to" .Me." ALLEGED LUNA COUNTY BIGAMIST UNDER ARREST tPftAL fflM.t.PiiNi'.h, I til Mv.NNIN.1 tO,iSl Santa 1. X. M , June I .' Appll cHtioiis f,,r ,i i e,iitsit imi fur lite ex tliitlitii.il of . 11 ll.U'ins. , hin ted with I. lis. liny, h is I., en ,e.,..d b 1 an t t'tiunO nuihoitUes ol liovernor Me. I'oet.bl, t" lie Ol. 1. 1, oil tile tiiti'ltinr of T. X.IS for Ho bills' l.lllolill I.I ,'W Mi All o The sle in I ,.l i ;iiiol,,ltlu iouut. Tcx.tw. let-- tioiilt.d Ibe I .t.ii.i 3Days Only ENTIRE STOCK OF ! i ..not ,. lie la p. that 1 '. alt. I betllt detained snl.. Hon C. I ; V tlli.i tits is tile N.'W Mexico .llii 111 t. delUef llebllls to til" i. ul hei'itn s. litis is tlnle. . t to ctl, I. li lt, situated a i.o aft, i an, i I .una i entity IVIillinery AT BLUE AND DISCOURAGED Mrs. I Jamilten Tells I low She Finally Found Health in Lydia E. Finkham's Vcg elable Compound. I uresso; 1.. T. SVaitl, Itul.luso: Jf. Rl 1 If v. c. o. iioekiunn, ot Ainu JolH-M. Alt..: S!rn. L. Lint.. K..rt sti.n. ! tU' ripie, will lead tho soni; nnd h I ton; from Currl.,.,,, Mr. and .Mrs. s. j It. SI. ism, Slisseii .pelluii,n, Covlrmtoli, I Iltiizel, lluniphrcy loan Stevens, and Thu set Hon KitUK which lie liittl pussert a little tiniler teMifled that he hud not off tile tliiek when No. S passed a little ahead of the liKht (limine, alio that they saw him walkinif on iti the Hack after No. 9 passed, ami that ln then Wit down. They also caw this engine slop, but did not mar It wills- i lie, as the crew suid It had, as a wurn im; to the man. Little was known of ih.. .ie.,d nuin earlv todav hfifti.p tho liinitpfl Slestlames Sfassle, inrniul lu .Msson. j A big Silk Flag for 95 cents, the actual cost. Better get one at the Journal office 1 -a'MiitgcwwriTW ove Special Lll. riw uwt.m.; i. mtm- , m . i fcn ii,H"W e.xei pt that he told tin- sitloonki where he stopiCi in W'ntfon si and purchased a bottle of whiskiy, thai he hud come from Ari.oiut, and , there wits no tcllim; where he had been. He also told V. 10. Arnett, with; whom he rode out a ways from town, ! tlmt lie Intel I.ei ii In this country when the Santa JV was first buibliiift through here, ;itul hinl fouuht the In- i niaiis In this part of the country; and 1 further, that he hml trained some of j the pi izcfinhtt i s, :t lit was known In I Colorado us "Happy .link." He was a man of sonic at) to tin yeurs of ni, ; tir.'iy hitir itltil mustache, lttetliuin I hi Ik lit and linht in weight. No pii- . ers of identification were found upon , him iiiul his name is unknown. 1 He W'UM buried ill the cemetery lit. WuKou Moiintl Widiiisday itiorniu Any in formal ion us to the the man will be ulndly received by tho agent tit WiiKon Mound. a.i.r mm suddIv is sold. NOTICE. A reward of J:'(i will be paid for ln formntlon of the prefont whereaboiitH of Tliomus lientr.v, Jr. Ho left his homo nt Tueunioiitri aml(t the lu.h of November, 1IMX was last heard from at Stoiitituimtlr, N, M.. in lice. in. her last. Alio 1.",, height ," feet, 4 inches, )c,ht iniir, blue ..yen, promi nent teeth mid lias a star tattooed in his uriti between lite wrist ami el bow. Js left-handed, speaks Spanish. Semi information to Thomas (ieiilrv, Sr.. Tueumcail. N. .l and n iche toward. Today Only Fine Quality all Silk 1 6-button Silk Gloves A regular morniin; operation of tho I bowels puts you In lint; shape for the day's work. If you miss it you feel uncomfortable ami cannot put xiin into your movements. l"or till bowel irregularities llKIUilNK is tho rem edy. It keeps the system 111 line, X ig ot'ous condition, l'ricii Hue. Sold by ull druiiiiisls. l'liio ground mlio inalc In and eli..ptM main on tltc inaikcl. ti.ii tulns nil Hit! la-st i-IciiiciiIs of bin II Identity ol i 'l'l is'iuliined. I'lirt ol otioKriipr siim'U i.r li. llcrcr. iviii- per h Irtsl. 81.110. Ss-eh,l pii.s. In large amounts. I'hinI by tlic liiiHis, livery Mubles, and l(siers uf Muck and Hiiiltr, Ituv nmv us lids stork (iiiiT last Ion- at lids uiee, i:. vv. 1 1 .i :. votlonnl sen Ices that me to open the Wednesday afternoon session. Mi, Li liioailll will sp.i.k etlnestliiy even, lug at the Scotti. h Kite ciitliedrnl on "Tho llcliilioii nf Voting reoplt s Work to the Sunday School." The Lev. S. K. Allison, of Albii . I IK' I 1 U I '. will leatl the I . ' t i . 1 1 , 1 "tr Vice and "sentence playcis" at the t'penlm; of the session Thuisd.iy niollillig. Mrs. II. I'.. Kagan, of A1 I ui. I ti , 1. 1 ii.', is listed on the afternoon program for a talk on "The Home I icpartmt nt." The giu'ernor will give his address Thursday evening; In Ih.' hall of the House of Lepl e- cntnth i s. iind Hlsliop M Council will speak tin fie "Sunday School ami our OAiii try," Iminetllittely nl'tel w it nl. Mr Shaw W III speak next. 4 ollllllenls. itafoness Sitebhl, a liot'd ballet oniit er, once the possessor id priceless gilts from royalties ami others, has Just tiled In a Milan pooiiiottse. Such is life. "Ley wanted lor sausages," runs an iiiiiiiiunceiut til In a butcher's shop at Hui'lcsdcu. It Mounds unappetizing y, I no doubt n Lev Is tie proper no lompunlcnt for the nuishtd. London ( iplnion. Wnrren. 1ml. "I was Itotlieretl tor rihly with fonmlo wetiknesi. 1 liii'lpuin nml wns not roirtilitf. my lieii l nrh.tt all the tinio. I had lienr ins; down piiiiis n,l my Imck hurt mo tlm hiwst part of tint time, I vm ihtzy ami hsil weak feel in, "S when 1 woulil sttstp over, Ij. hurt tint to walk any ins tance nml 1 fell liltid Hinl Jiiirounik'e'l. " I 1it:iiii Likiite; I.vdin E. I'ink hum's ipelnblo Compotiiitl nnd Bin tmvv (root! health, if It hml not been for tlmt mtsliriiM' I would huvo Itoon in my Km vi' u lonu time w'o. Mrs. ARlit; 1 ilAiiiLTuN, li.F.U. No. li. Warren, 1ml. Another Case. Ijtir.oiNl, 1M."1 wriic lo tell you how imicli gtssl your m.Hlii ine has ilonn mo and lo lei oilier women know thiit Uicro is ltelj for th""i. 1 suircretl w'tlt In-jriiiK tioAi ti'iii , licntl.iclie, whs ir- relln. 1111(1 fell. .'.' Iiiltl tlfi.resvsl a I tlicti'iv. I tsi'; Lvtliu ',. I'inl.liam'.i Vein taliK CotiiiX tiiiil i'li'l "oniiiieiicet gtiin in a sncrt tx'.o .vu 1 1 ma it wvll wo rt'.i.n lotlay. I ..in on my icei from early tno.iih ittitil bile at night m.utiisx o litn'rilitur hot wo stud do nil tuy own work. I hat,t that many f uh'cring- w.itneti wnl try y ui'- ntoiliciu.'. 1 1 makes hiiiifr wives and molliers. "- Mrs. AnxaJIan ;;;:r.'. Lumbal, Li.e.l', liiluud. la2 Off MiM.liilcIv nothing will Is' le M ii.tl during Ibis sale. TODAY. MONDAY AND TUESDAY 1Acl tiling lit fxilctlv oi.c-liiilf regular pilco I i llumed Hats, Sliapcs, iiilllllllllgs. $10 Hats at - $5.00 $ 8 Hats at - $4.00 $ 6 Hats at $3.00 $ 2 Shapes at - $1.00 H Fern C. King li I CommerciaS Club Building 4r4. t Relieve i CATARRH oft i tL-A Hi t .ir.A ULADUbHS n M tf snd all l Af;fJl Disch&rges !n i r f.'T h HOURS 5 " 'JVr;. '"" (midv i 95 Free Receipt for Weak Men A bia Silk Flag for cents, the actual cost. Better; Gentleman Will Send It Confidentially, Free and Scaled, to get one at the Journal office early today before the limited supply is sold. Every Weak and Unable Man Who Writes For It. Iuntv at Casino, old limn, Satur day iiighl. ( oolcsl plan, in town; g'Ks.1 music, gtsal floor, iKm't ntl-s It. A big Silk Flag for 951 cents, the actual cost. Better ! get one at the Journal office early today before the limited supply is sold. 1 BUILDINGS AT LOS LIS TO BE DEDICATED Shake (HI Your Klieiiiiinilsin. Now l.i tho time to get l id of Jour rheumatism. Try a f.vcnty-lho cent botllo of Chambcrluir.'H Lliilnu nt utid (n o how quickly your rheumatic pallia dlaapptar. Hold hy ull diakia. Black and white $1.25 only, value jplendid AGCI EII DUE TO CUSPIDOR Special Today Only Mother of Noting Haliy Stiiinbles nnd lulls. Serious Complications , Set In. Dufficld. Va, place. Mrs. .1. "When my baby old. 1 stumbled In udvieoH from this L. Johnson Mays; wns about a month t ml nil over a euti- Glove Section 1st Floor pldur. and coiitraetetl such ptilns in i my bat Is. 1 could not stoop over without falling to the floor. I got terribly weak, nnd wua Xtiyi tiiicusy about tinsel!'. I My ease wits certainly a serious i one. 1 was ho delicate; that most i people thought I w:is going to have consumption, nml I thought ho my-1 self. I Finally my husband advised nu lo try Curdul, the woman's tonic. 1 tried It, anil am confident thai ll saved my life. The pains In my side mid back nave disuppcared, unit all or my, friends here say that I am looking I belter than I lim y done lor a long j time. I I recommend Curdul to all of my j lady friends, as I believe It will help them, Just us it did me, if they Willi only givo it a trial. I You may use this letter In uny ! way you wish. I feel mi gritlcful, j for if it hail not been for Oardui, the I woman's tonic, 1 bolL-Ve I would by I this time have been in my grave. " Try Curdul for your troubles. It Mountain &'f will help volt, us it did Mrs. Johnson. ! gross earnings V. 11. Write to: Chattanooga Med icine Co., Lai I ex' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special In Court House ai;d Jail Practic ally Completed; Judge Mcchcm to Prepare Pro gram for Opening Exercises (sriciftL connefjr.iNc.fi hci To MoAittNa juussal'. I-om Limns, N. M., June i. The new Valencia county court house is nearly completed. The building is to be dedicated next month. Judgi; M. C. .Mcchcm, of Socorro, will prepare tile program. The new court house, built of San ta lit brick Willi a concrete founda tion. Is two stories high. The com missioners' room, the county clerk's office, tho treasurer's office iiiiil iih scssor's office ft'c on the first floor. Tlie court room, Jury rooms nml of liee.s of the district clerk nml sheriff lire on the second floor. A "bridge of sighs" eoiineelH the court room with the second floor of the jull, which, like th u It house, Ih two stories high. Tho Jail wits built in accordance with up-to-date Ideas of prison irchileetiiri! and a heating plant will be placed 111 tint basement. Loth buildings arc to be henletl with sleain nml lighted with electricity. WOOL CLIP FALLS OFF FIVE MILLION POUNDS THIS YEAR ISrCIAL COI.Si8PONOfc.tce TO MOSNINO JOU"MAI.1 Itoswell. N. ., June l.'l. Accord ing to Clark A. liiiker, of the Ifoswoll Wool ami Hide company, anil who Is one of Ihe host posted men oil t'lo wool situation not only In Ihe I'oeos xnllcy, tut In the southwest, it eiui Ferviillvo estimate of the shortage this year under that of I ill 2, w ill be G.OUO.OOtl potimlH, Mr. Laker says: "This estimate Is bust d on uetilul facts as known In the i'ecos valley nml reliable reports from idler sec tions of the slate. "When you rvalUe that HHl.tUMl sheep have been shipped from the I'ecos valley alone to the imiiktis and till. 00(1 to 70,000 head were bougit by Texas purlieu ami driven to winter range to fatten for this spring's mar ket, II explains the shortage. "The same conditions exl.'t In eth er sections of the slate except that tho sheep were shipped to innrketH'or feed lots." "'"" l i, '! r.mm ihm .yn.-rrywwii Jij n;'?.i ' ; " :'; wmMm ' Ti - ,uuk'r I hint. In my -.M-.ii b prvm t Ipltoti fur it, I'M. in. il-i.lllij. lak ef vtgiir, wc'tiKfnfil linitiln.i.it, l.iilliit: in. ite i ) mnl l'tti'" bask, lir.niKlit eit by , . a W itniiitlittitt ilriilns i.r tin, f.illii ti ef nu It, licit liiiu titii'il mi niitny wnrn Bint Hi-retain nu ti risltt lit tlnir ,wU h.itiH'ti Blilni nt uny titltl 1 1 until I Ii.'Iii er mt',1. I, inn I Itut I llilnk evi'ty lil.tll w ln Wlllfi t.. r.'SJln Id" inaiily ."r r..t virility yttbk ly unit .inli ll.v, litotilil Itavu a i'e.y. ti, I iiiivc (let , rutin, it to u nit u -p v ot tliu prii-H.-r t it I ". ft ef rii.ituu In a .luln. ordliiu. tit u I. .I ciiuii.iiu, bt uny iiiun Hint IH will inu fur it. Till lu'i'st'rliilli'i! c'.ints frmii n ,tijiil,-lii olio lias liiiiil,' up,., nil mililv , t ini'li. mnl I Htii I'litivini'.'tl It l lite mil-. 'it utiinir .i'.lii I'limlt'.n 1'-r tlia tur.i ef iliiniei.t muutiuuj un. I vlg.ii r.illii'u ..-.-r put limwtliur. I tlilnlt I mvo It t'. iiiv fiilnw mull hi wild tla'iii a ei,.y tn C'liitnleiii'i', Iti, it uny ltit.it. ati w li.-t,', .vim Is weak iiiul ,lia, "UtNtf.'d with i.t..il fultiirp!. t.itiy s... .1 cuuil ohC lllintt.'lf ivllti llioinltll l.tit.ittt liteilh llii's, su nn,, w liiil, J lii'lti've i tin- tiil, lt,a ,, tiiiif, rutiii-iitiv,!, upliull.linK, HI'tiT- l HI t il IMl rttuiLMly ever tl,'. Iwi'.i, un. I, tu euro hltntiolf ut Initiii, . I u I 1 1 xr ut ml tpili-Uiv. .Itl.il ttl". Itltl H ln Ilk.. Hits: It A. K. Iti1.!ni. ii. 4.'43 l.in'k HMi,'., Inn. .ii. .Mull, unit I vttil mini )eu ,'M.y uf till" spl.'inliil I(v i'lit In a I'lultl, a,l Inuty t.tilui viotflulio, fy' ekttitf. ST. LOUIS, ROCKY MOUNTAIN & PACIFIC GAINS IN EARNINGS (bPCllAL. CUftHBSPONOf NCC TO MO.NINO OUKMALf Haton, X. AL, June 13. Accortllng to a report received from the presi dent's office, the Ht. Louis, Hooky acifie liallwuv Co.'H lor April show an in crease over the gross earnings lor April. 1912, of Bin. 117. This in "tit' llclent to euro for tho triereass In f x- CENTURY-OLD COINS ARE DISCOVERED IN CAPITAN MOUNTAINS YE f ii.ivu..u tinei til Vi n H llil in I n I i.t'cul 1iT structiona on your ease and 64-pab'tM tht! n,onth. and to leuvo tho net rove book, "Iloins Treatment for Women," i,u slightly larger after lix-d charges sent in plain wrapper. than for the saine month of last ye;r. ISrCCIAL CUftfttbPONDCHCfc TO MORN ISO JOUSHAiJ Itoswell, N. M ., June 13. Nicolas KoiiHio, an ugeil no tlx.; ell wen of Lincoln county, while eon.slrtictlmf it collar for a house on his newly ue tlllred lioinestcuil on the divide in the :i ititi motintiilns. betwi-en Lincoln mil the town of I ii pi tn it uiieat'theil it collection of old Spanish coins whle'i were undoubtedly hurled Hourly u huntlreil yeais. Tho find Is causing mm h specula tion as to tin.' origin of their burial ml the theory thai they were hidden ly (aiding Indians who hud stolen them from some Spanish Hcltlciiitnt Is generally believed. The ant lent treiwjuro chiisIcIh of over three hundred gold and silver coins of anient denominations, ull an bndly corroded with tic rust mid grime of time that It is impossible to an'cliain the .lutes of uny except a few of the gold coins, out) heurlrii date of 1737, one a twenty dollar gold piece Is dated 1734, while MtVcr;)! oth ers range troin 1710 to 177... ix'oue of tho coins, ttf tar as can be I Kvi'ii'itUiithM , j M wiiiSKi: ; - liuwim h til" ' i $ ":: -. . ' I LLOWSTOI The Greatest American Wh i skcy 1 We made it great. Our friends have made it greater. TAYLOR AND WILLIAMS Distillers Louisville, Ky. Distributors Albuciuerciue., N. M. f.HT