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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1915.
THREE What's PARTY LIS GO J SENATE PUSSES Jlinkle and Alldredge Vote for .Bill After Vain Attempts to Amend It, While Burns and Miera Are Opposed, UPPER HOUSE BLOCKS EFFORTS FOR CHANGE G, 0. P, Leaders Succeed in Marshalling Enough Votes, With Democrats, to Give Act Three-fourths Majority, IIMCUl OiaeaTCH TO 0IM JOIiaNSU Santa IV, Fed. IS. Tlip aenutp tliiB forenoon paused ttmcmleri limine bill No. HI 9, the Hiilury niPHHiire, us per progi-uin. In the finnl r-hiiw-ilown, two ilemocralM, AllilreilKC mid ilinkl",. voted for the bill, and two republi cans, liurtiM and Miera, voted UKtiiimt it. As was to lip expected, there was full (liHeusHioti of the measure. The bill was taken up as u special order Immediately after the reading of tha Journal. Ilarth movel to amend by striking out that part which provides that the inunly m hool superintendent shall be Iiaid only $ T Ti I where the county has only eleven or less districts. liaiih afitteited that this clause Is directed solely anaiiiit Mckinley county and that it would affect that county alone. JUK explained that the county school supcrintendetil of McKinley county has a dentist's office, does not Hive his lull time to his official du ties, has been receiving only $t00 a year and Is perfectly satisfied to draw clown $7.1(1 h. year, which represents an increase in salary to hitrt. He fur ther said that the superintendent is a personal friend of his and that he helped to nominate anil elect him. Hurt It's amendment was thereupon tabled. Alldredge moved to amend that the sheriff's salary in second class coun ties be fixed at $2,fi00 instead of $3,000, as the latter sum was out of proportion to what other officers are to receive. J I is amendment was lost. Minkle asserted that the salaries fixed for fourth class counties are far too low and moved the following Increases in those counties: Treasurer, from l,fl"0 to $l,80tl; assessor, $l,(i(io to gi.xm) and sheriff, Jl.f.uO to $1,1100. Kueli amendment was tabled. Kvuiih offered an amendment pro viding that all officers, excepting leg islators, shall devote all of their timo to their official duties. He stated that Itoosevoll county is fortunate because Its officers, nive all their time to their public duties. This amendment was tabled. Alldredge offered a substitute for the entire bill, in which the salaries ranged from $1,1100 to $2,000. This was tabled by a strict party vote of 17 to 7, AMredge. Harth, Kvans, llin kle, Mabry and Walton voting for the substitute. liurtli, who had prepared data tela tive to salaries paid in other states, said: "This is not n republican salary bill, but merely an office, holder's measure. Kotli republican and dem ocratic office holders tried to get an i they could and the majority yielded complaisantly." He reviewed the salaries and prac tice of office holders in New Mexico. Referring to Santa Ve. county, he said that Celso Lopez, the county treas urer and collector, pays Fred Iope $1,000 a year to run his office, while Celso worked for the Keligmans when he ran for office and is still work ing for them. In Bernalillo county $l,B00-a-yprtr deputy does the work, while in Valencia county, Deputy I.o pnn rnna tho office the conntv naving the deputy, and the official draws the' salary. In Grant county, a banner is the treasurer, . and pays a deputy $100 a month to do the work, Ttarth said, he formerly having paid only $Sti a month for this work. liarth then advocated n hall of fame for New Mexico, where next to Abraham Lincoln he would place the "stooping and smiling figure of the man who drew this bill" for the ma jorily. Hp characterized the mertnre as a "steal of the public funds of the state of New Mexico." lie admitted, however, that the hill might be worse considering the pressure brought to bear by county officials on the legis lators. r.nrns also opposed the bill, saying tniit the deputies in Itio Arriba county f c,,rk anl the treasurer re ceive l,o a month, while the hardest ?"J.k that tl,e officials do is to draw their pnv. Mahrv's 'ontltt.t,, Oppose Hill. ,.,,,,.,,-, tne M nP(.ausp tne Had Tuberculosis, Now Insured .".-..ii you Know a man hn. been" afflicted with Consumption, and inter ohtalned in- rurniH-r. it means that he ha rpcijverod ... m-aiiu, aa in mis case: Hi merlin -riiiee, Rrnoklrn. X V. "t.entlenien: I troubled vrllh nigh aweufs, a never rough and vim very weak lit "vin, in met. nlMoluMy no ambillun w hatever. I consulted a phylrlan, who told ni my lungn were affected. 'ot natiafied, I went to another doctor, who unld I wn In in firm Ktagei of ( oninii)tlnn. At this point I Hlarlrit to take Kekinan'i Alterative. The night hhpuIk alopped alnviitt immedt nlel.v. my rnuich lienime looner nil ftriiilu lly rlUanpearrd. .My weight In now 113 IhiiiihIh, and my phyHteian llan pronounced ne perfectly tuinnil which, loitefher nil h 111 fact Ihut 1 have jlint been accepted 4ty two different insurance cAniimntc fciLfn- Mirance. makes m sure of my roiery." ( Alilirevlnleil.) t. Affidavit) l'.(:kman Alterative is. in bronchial catarrh a hinR afr.'cli.uiB and x , Contains no h;ir Uold nruirs. Accept r A rr.K"lar. "''Jitroers. Draperies f 0 PIECES IE1 tru nip- ' tiand Stoves New in New salaried it provided are excessive ami read never I letters from his connti IneiiN In cnppnrt of this stand. llinkle deejarod that the bill Irj litucli heller than lie thought the ma jority could produce. "It Is the best we can do." c said resignedly. ('rnnipion, for one, declared that he hail not received one line from any of the officials of Colfax county regarding Hi,, salary bill. "It does not suit me in every respect, but I believe It Is the best we can do," he declared. "If some of the county of ficials received too much money they can turn It back Into Iho treasury." Holt reviewed the efforts of the majority during the past two pensions to enact a salary bill and told how its efforts were frustrated by the op position of the executive. He ex plained how amounts paid county of ficials In excess of those provided in the measure could be recovered upon theii- bond, If necessary. Alldrcdgit Surprised at Hill. Alldredge said that the bill Is COO per cent better than any presented with a chance for passage. "I am going to vote for this hill, not because it, suns nip, but because 1 am afraid we would get a worse one If this 1 defeated." The bill passed IS to 6, the votes of liarth, Hums, ICvans, Mabry, All" era and Walton being recorded against it, Miera declared that he voted against the measure out of sympathy for his colleague from Hio Arriba county. Senate 1:111 No. 53, the finance com mittee salary bill, together with IU amendments, was recommitted to tho finance committee, The senate adjourned until Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Itoiucro I rges ; renter SpeVd. In the house, Speaker Itomero took the occasion t urge the members to get down to work so that in the ro malning three and a halt weeks, the legislative program promised the peo ple may lie enacted. He opposed ad journment until 2 o'clock on Monday afternoon but Mann explained that time would be saved by giving the committee an opportunity to consider the bills before them. Montoya and Mullens Introduced House Joint .Memorial No. 2. askmij congress to establish a uniform rate of one cent per ounce, or fraction thereof, for first class mail. Taxa tion. House I'.ill No. 225 was Introduced by Chaves y I. una and Francis, for the purpose of an eipiitable, division of highway funds. Highways. House ilill No. ?2, by Chaves y Luna ii in Francis, to grant permis sion to sheep, cattle and stock to graze on certain lands. Insurance.. House Jlill No. 227. by Mann, an act to amend Section 3G18 of the com piled laws of 1S97. Judiciary, 'ine bill provides for the disposition of insane persons who are not admitted to the Mate hospital for the Insane, l air Hsiuiiils.-llon Frojcctcd. House liill No. 228, by Montoya, Ortiz and Mann, an act creating a permanent fair commission, defining Its duties and powers and appropriat ing $10,000 for permanent Improve ments and $10,000 annually from 1913 on. Highways. House r.ill No. 229, by Itomero nml Mann, defining fraternal benefit -io-cieties. lodges and methods for t heir government. Taxation. House lslll No. 3. by Ttenehnn, abolishing tho capitol custodian com mittee, to place tlie control and man agement til the capitol building and grounds. ,the employment -f lahor therefor,' as well ns of the executive grounds und mansion, under the com missioner of public lands was report ed favorably In a majority report. A minority report brought In by F.rynnt advocated tabling the hill. The mi nority report was tabled by a vote of 27 to 15, Taylor and sHkidmore Vot ing with the minority. The majority report was adopted by a vote of ii) to 13, Taylor Voting with the, demo crats. House Bill No. 36, by Martinez, constituting the auditor, eoinniis i:loner cf public lands and secretary of state the capitol custodian com mittee, was tabled. Iloth the house and the senate to tlay passed a resolution which has been signed by Coventor Mclionald, endorsing tho southern national high way . FORMER U. S. CONSUL LOCATES IN ARTESIA BSCCIAL COaSBBrONOSNCB tO MOftNINO JOUWNAl Artesia, N. M., Feb. 13 J. W. Ragsdale, for seventeen years con nected with the United States diplo matic service, and for eleven years consul general at Tien-sin, China, has purchased a large ranch in the Cot tonwood valley, northwest of Artesia and has moved here to make hi home. Mr. Hagsdale will engage in the real estate business with A. C Keinath, In addition to looking after his property Interests. Mr. Hagsdale' was in China during the stirring P.oxer revolution, and has some irood War stories to tell of that time. His son, then a boy or id, siiii rii.nlir untitled awav and Joined the army, and his worn was oi so. o n.i- ture as to get htm a run page in item Francisco newspaper when he re turned to this country. This sun is now in the army, with the rank of a captain of ordnance. Mr. Hagsdale was formerly in the newspaper business in Iowa, and is still interested in everything pertain ing to printed work. He was a heavy investor in the Autopress company, his brother-in-law being the patentee of this modern printing machine, but both Mr. Hagsdale and his brother-in-law were frozen out" of the com pany, and as a consequence lust nmev on the deal. Mr. Hagsdale has but lately quit the diplomatic -service, but was' not forced out by the ad ministration. He resigned and has a letter from t'resiueiic n n'i ' " pressing- his regret tnar ir. hur"- dale had decided to leave im ment service. Thieves Hnsy In Artesia. . Artesia, N. Feb. 1 :! -The reran outbreak of petty . stealing around this place is surprising, as it is a . n .if thing for nnyone to loos, articles b h s means. For years Artesia has en Jo ed a spotless reputation In this re mtrd and it is only of late that the K ' " e L middle valley have lest through stealing. As it la n f ri try fl I now,.howis sides, and are goin '';"". nnPll will car a few night ago. Ten Mickling X were stolen from the Pelt ranch one niaht this week, and Thursday Zht"a fine raddle was taken from he home Of W. K. Mitchell. o.her thefts of less importance have occurred and not been reported. Infant Son of Mall ,r'u,M,,: ' Artesia. N. M.. Feb. 1 3,-The Infant son of Mail Clerk Hay i.o.iuy. . u .., out of Amarillo on the Pecos atley ..Miordnv. Mrs. K. V. J'Oil- j.. ' a.oi o-erit to Amarillo this ny oi nit" ' - morning. UTE5II HOPES 111 IY BUILD TO RICH VALLEY Right of Way for Short Line, on Which High Hopes Were Based a Few Years Ago, Is Out of Court, teefcisl. cosaeeeOHoeNca to mohnin jouhnalI Altesl.i, N. M., Ktb. 1$. At last the affairs of the Arlesla-llope short line are out of court. The matter was settled up this week when V. K. Hagsdale, ' a local merchant and backer of the contractors for several thousand dollars, received eighteen acres of choice land In the northern part of the city for his claim, and the attorney in (he case, Held At llervey. of Uosw.ll. and Maj. 10. 1'. Hujue, of Carlsbad, were given title to the right- of-way to Hope, a distance of twenty-one miles. The fact that Captain Hied, of Jtied llervey, is also so licitor general for the Santa Fe in New Mexico, has given rise to the ru mor that eventually the railroad com pany will take over the right-of-way und build a spur from Artesia into the fertile I'enasco valley. This close the affairs of the Kl 1'aso, San Hiego a Southwestern rail road, promoted by Kl Paso men. They arranged with a contracting linn in Dallas for the construction of the line between Artesia and Hope us .the first step towards a through east and west road fur the l'eco valley. in turn, the Dallas company contracted with W. I). Malioney, a local man, for the right-of-way to Hope. Mr. Hags dale advanced thp money for Ma houoy to operate on. Artesia was to give $Ml,000 to the road, and Hope $100,0011. After the affair became so tangled that the project had to be dropped, a number of Artesia citizens who had signed notes to liny land fur the right-of-way, were compelled to put up $tt,O00 to pay the claims. Ma honey then sued fur possession of the right-of-way, which would have gone to Mr. Hagsdale on account of the money ho had advanced, but the eighteen acres of land will reimburse him for his outlay. An Kl Paso man threw the first dirt on the new road, with a brand new shovel decked with white rib bons, amid scenes of great rejoicing, and for month thereafter this shovel occupied an honored place in the rooms of the local chamber of com merce. When it was seen that the road would never be built, a public funeral was held, at which Attorney W. Ii. Pistole presided as the chief orator, anil made a speech, which will iro down in the history of Artesia as .. miuil Mr Hacsdalc. and the men who signed notes, attended the right-of-way as the principle mourners. The line was surveyed as far west as Kl Paso, running southwest from Hope, through Husscll's (lap, between the Sacramento and Guadalupe moun tains. EASTERN STAR EVENT IN ARTESIA SOCIETY tanciAL cokhmponoinci TO mohn.no joupnali Artesia, N. M., Feb. 13. Atter the regular business meeting of the l.nst ern Slur was held tills week P. . Ter. willlBer, Worth Patron, presented past matron s jewels to Mrs. Hlanche Ma jor, Mrs. .1. 11. Jackson, Mrs. A, Keinath, Mrs. C. F. Hel.nig, Mrs. W. M. inman, Mrs. (Jeorge Frisk nml Mrs. J. 1'. Lowery. In turn, Mr. Ter willigcr was presented with a pa1 patron's jewel. Following the I''"'' tations a committee consisting of Mrs. Jackson, Miss Hunyan and Miss Ward served refreshment. The following officers have been elected and installed for this y1; Mrs. Jessie M. Morgan, W. A'.; Mrs. H. U Speck, A. M.; Mis. J. K. Mell haney. Cond.; Mrs. M, M. Inman. Sec'y; Mrs. C. F. Ilelmig, Treas.; Mrs. ileoige Frisk, chaplain; Mrs. Joe Werthiem, Adah; Mi. Irene Ward, i!,..!,- ic ll..lmiir. Esther; Miss Human. Martha: Mis, Jacltsmi, Klecta; Mrs. Kate Ward, warden; H. II, Morgan, sentinel. ATONCE! STOPS 'Tape's Diapepsin" makes sick, sour gassy Stomachs feel fine, Po some foods you eat hit hack taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy siouiacn ruv, iu. Mrs Dyspeptic. Jot this nown: i-ape s Diapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything go safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered von will eet happy relief In five min utes, but what pleases you most Is that It strenKthens and regulates your stomach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. Most remedies give you relief some times they are glow, but not sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is quick, positive and puts your stomach In a healthy condition so the misery won't come back. You feel different a soon as "Pape' Diapepsin" come In contact with the stomach distress just vanishes your stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belching, tio eructations of undigested food, your head clear and you feel fine. Go now, make the best Investment you ever made, by getting a large 50 oent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. You realize in five min ute how needless It la to suffer from Indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. Journal wont U bring quick rriulta. S1I1ICII MISERY II INDIGESTION Mexico PRICE OF CATTLE Summary of News From Queen City of Pecos Valley; Jitney Line Planned for Rosweil. eCCIAL COMRIIKNOINIII TO MDRNINU JOUHNAlJ Hoswell, N. M., Feb. III. Year ago When cattle were worth less than at the present time, one could go out on the ranges, and the sight of dead stock lying around, the coyote and the hawk feeding upon the carcasses, created no surprise. Today, should the same thing happen, someone Is branded as a poor business man. Never before in the hlsiory of the east part of New Mexico were cattle in such good condition as at the present time. Never before were there such handsome prospects for a heavy calf crop, and percentages for the saving of that crop. And all this ha been brought about by the leady advance In the cattle market. The fact that a cow can hardly be bought now for less than $50 and often limes much more, has made the stockman who formerly did not think of the loss of an animal as amounting to much, get wlsu imme diately. Two years ago there was not more than a couple of cars of cotton meal cake shipped into astern New Mexico. This year, Just into Itoswell alone fifteen cars of cotton meal eako ha been bought and shipped In, all of which was used by the cattle men f thlH section. The cattleman figure that $1.50 worth of cake will carry an animal through the winter season and will bring her Into spring in a fine con dition, making her constitution strong which speaks so much for the calf when born. Some of Hie large cattlemen out thi way have tried the silo, but prefer to ship in cake and feed rather than to fool with the modern method of silo feeding. Willhurn Hanch Sold. Charles Willhurn has sold his ranch which !! bought last Hummer from Dink Arthur to Charles Hullard. This ranch is on the Felix river some sixty miles southwest of the city. .Illm y" Uno for Itoswell. Itoswell Is to have a "Jitney" line. C. Jones, who has been running an automobile transfer business In the city, has announced that beginning Monday he will make trips through the business and residence sections of the city every fifteen minutes, run ning two car over an authorized route, making same time us u wtreet car. The fare will lie 10 cents. Prions Hack Alleged Swindler. Deputy Sheriff Jim Johnson has just returned trom Dallas und brought back W. SicDaniels. charged with passing a worthless I.MIO draft on the. First Htaie Hank and Trust company of this city. Hoy Ammerman, cashier of the.bank, wa presented the draft, and as McDnniclH had been doing bus iness with him for a year and every thing was straight, cashed the draft, hut telegraphed, he Males, to the New Hope, Texas, bunk, on which the draft was drawn for confirmation. New Hope, being a rural town, did not gel the message, and he say that he cap hold the Western I'hion for not dellvt erlng the message, at the hank's ex pense. McDaniil owns properly here, and an attachment has been run on it, by the hank. McDaniil fought requisition in Texas. .ludg.1 Names Trustee. Judge (1. A. Pic hardson named Van II. Wilmot as trustee to repii-scnt .1. X. Dunn, In (! Collvcr & Dunn bnsl. Hess. Dunn brought a suit asking for n injunction and receiver for the business, claiming that Collvcr, n ma jority stockholder, had ousted Dunn us manager, and that Collvcr had loaned the firm money when the firm did not need it, Dunn Is a minority stockhoidei. The trustee only holds until further order of the court pend ing final hearing. Another Modern Hotel. The Mont Miller structure is to be finished and Itoswell is to have an other modern hotel, fitted IhrnnahoHt with electric i;ells, private telephone, private bath and electric T, valors. J. N. tiibler of the contracting firm of Hnchanniu and Milder of Fort Worth, arrived this week and will begin work on the structure. Monday. They will expend $::il,000 ill the completion which will make the hod I finished cost $T,'i, ntlli, beside the $in,0o com plete furnishings. This building was started by II. 1 Miller five years ago. He did not have money enough to swing the deal and it was thrown Into the courts where it swayed for four years. Hilder and Huchannan own the building and have it rented. It will be opened in ninety days. S.-i.tHiO f'irei l,os Occur. A $5,000 fire loss occurred here this week, the Oriental livery barn where S. A. Whiteside had his repair shop burning to the ground. There is no known cause ns to how It started. Many Visitor at Museum. Santa Kc, 1'Vb. 13. The following visitor from outside towns today reg istered at the Museum of New Mex ico: Miss Hilda, Peters, New York; If. Grady Miller, New York City; Hu bert Osborne, Kingston, Canada; E. Iteginer, St. Paul, Mlmv.; S. Jerry Simpson, Wagoner, Okla.; .lame T. Connor. Hpringlleld, 111.; Claude Doane, St. l.ouls. Mo.; Knrnest N. Park, Tene Haute, Ind.; Itobert D. Stanton, Nashville, Tenn.; Mis Mar guerite Hattemon, Springfield, O.; C. 11. Hart, Auburn, N. Y. ; Iiorsey Mewhorn, Ccrrillos, N. M.; C. S. en nlson, liver, N. M . ; ' Harry Marlon, (leorgia Marion, Anderson, Ind.; J. F. Tearncy and Tearneyi Jr., Haiti more, .Mil.; Hffie K. Nicciim, Silver City; Mabel Anglin Huffman, Alamo goido; Mr. and Mr. Godfrey h. Ca bot and Klcanor Cabot, Huston, Mass.; Kd Trujillo, Kspunola; C. O. Fuller, Houston, Tex.; R. I D. Mc Allister, Allu(iieriue; Mr. und Mr. Cabot are members of the distin guished Huston family, well known in history and literature. e(.T.v-;o-lloiiiid" New Train. Artesia. X, M Feb. 13. The new local passenger train from Hoswell to Carlsbad has been christened "The Merry-Go-Honnd" and the name has stuck, just as this branch of the Santa Fe was named "The Pea vine" year ago, and never has outgrown it. It l not known who tartd. calling the LEADS TO CARE FOR LIVESTOCK train "Mcrry-tio-Kound," but the name Is applied because it run to Itoswell and back again. Some of (he drummer who make this territory tire unkind enough to remark that the name vuih given on account of the emotions experienced while putronic tug the new train. CLOVIS TO HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE WHEAT ELEVATOR AT OMCE PKCIAL. COnHIlONOINCK to mohnino journal! Clovis, N, M., Feb. 13. A large and up-to-date elevator will be built In Clovis tills sluing, the work begin ning inside of a month. K. P. Hurdlck of Wichita. Kan., an experienced ele valor man, will probably operate the elevator. It 1 likely that the elevator will be eipiipped with large mill ma chinery. A committee has been ap pointed bv the chamber of commerce to look after the project. A building committee will 'also be organized. This is an Improvement of which Clo vis ha been in need for u. long time. ,Kt. .......I iioiu t lha MctllO- 1 lit" inimi iii'in i, ip,r ... i dist church under the tilde preaching i of Kev. v. M. .VlcinioNii, an nuinr list, and Ducieii Anderson, a convert ed bartender, now a singer, are draw ing big crowd at every service. NEGROES NEVER GOT F00TH0LDJN ARTESIA I1PICIAU B.PTCK TO MONISO JOlUNALl Ariesia, N, M., Feb. 13. The new that fiallup Is having some trouble with l he negro population recalls the fact that Ariesia i the only town of any size ill New Mexico where the luii.lv barred out. There has never I n any trouble over the mailer. It was decided In Mil ca. lv day that black residents were not wanted, und the rule bus been Htrlctly adhered to. One negro wom an came to Artesia, but the citizen paid her expense hack to her for mer home. Negroe with business to transact are never tnolesled here. Only a .short time ugo the negro preacher fiom lllackdom, a negro set tlement In Chaves county, came to Ar tesia to solicit funds for a new church, and staved till day. He received a liberal response to hi plea for dona lions and went home well pleased with the consideration given him, but there arc no negroes residing in this town. ARTESIA POWER PLANT MAY BE INCREASED (eiciAL rcnieteoseNc to iioosiMa joukhaiI Artesia, N. M Feb. 13. Albert Keys sou of John C Keys, owner,") the Pecos Valley Oils K Klectrie Co, of New Mexico, is in Artesia thla week looking over the local power slfmillon. The Artesia plant supplies current to the town, but Ms main ef fort are devoted to tho pumping n dustrv, and large trad of land which would otherwise lie barren, are now under cultivation because of the es tablishment of this plant. The engine ate the German Diesels, running on crude oil without explosion. The plant an a vvholo Is the finest in New Mex ico. Albert Keys is working on nctv con tracts, and if enough of Ihcse are iiigned to Justify It, the capacity of Ihe plant will be doubled this year The Keys family formerly lived in Irtesla while the new plant was be-' ing Installed and Albert Keys I n great favorite with Ihe younger et. Alderman's Cur Tries New Stunt. Artesia, N. M.. Feb. 13. Aldermun D W. Kiinvan purchased a new car this week, und Thursday took his daughter and some girl friends to Itoswell in it. Just this side of ItoM well the car made nil attempt to climb a telegraph pole at the side of the road, hut failed miserably. Competent witnesses claim that afier the firt failure Mr. liunyati hacked off and tried it again, but with no better sno re. No one wa hurt, although one1 young lady was thrown from the car, but the frnnt end of tho auto wa badly wrecked. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of thla paper will be pleased t learu that tbere la at luusr one ureaueu uiaease i that science bus been able to cure III ail Ita atngns, and that u Laiarru. nan a t siarrn i ure la Ihe only positive cure now kuown to Ihe med ical fruteniltv. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. ' Hull's Oatsrrh Core la taken liiturnallf. acting , directly uihjii the blood and mucous anrfucea of the system, thereby destroying the loimuarlon ef the disease, and giving the pstlsnt slreiiglh by building up the constitution and ssslsllng na , tore la O.lng Ita work. The pruprletora 1ist so much fnllh In lis euratlvo (siwers that ttiey offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Hens r.r ni or lesniuuuiais. AudreM P. J. CHENEY CO , Toledo, 0. Buld by all Praggtn, 7rV. Take Sin 11 at J'ainlly 1'llla for eon tips lion. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works Engineers I''oiindorsM;ttclilnlHU Casting In Iron, Bras, Hronz, Aluminum, I;lectrlo Motor-, OH Jin glnes, Pumpi and Irrigation. Work and Office, Albuquerque. Dollar Farming H you are noinn ' 'a'1 co,n. y" '""'t I''"'1 '' tM 1' V"? Grain by rain, lull by lull, you drop it until your enliic field ix planted. As you raise corn, ittise dollars. Plant them a you get tliem, one, by one. in n account with us. This is the eed time for your dollar crop. Sow now for the dollar harvest. $1,00 owns an Account with us. No ens ever repels having a Puiul( licounf. Thousands regret not having one. The Citizens Bank ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. Open Pay Day Cveningi. x We Pay I icr cent Interest In Our Savings icutrlilient or (Ccrtlllcalc of lic.l) Mm. IMin f. wrl ii- : "1 urn Informed Hun I have kahiiy li.Mil.lr uu.l tlml Ii in fiiNl iiiirii.-tillitf McrlouM hIhkm. YVIiNt w.nild ou pri'm rll V AhAwer: It vuur n.vtnit'iiiin fire the iiniihI on,-, u-h tin txifl uiiih'r the even, nw.'Hiiiv hiiKIch; iicioit, niptnuji or foul mni'llltuc mine, ui "'uiniaiiUil by Sieiid-fo-ht'i, pnltia, il.Mirciif lu.i, fi-ver. chill, etc.. 1 tv.Mili! Hilvlmi the llnmtMltflte une of Imlmwitrt tot.li'Oi, a very fine remedy for ui'li ilirftmltlt-i, aolil in Bvuleil ttih.'R with full direct l.nm for eir niliioiilatiHtniii. . , Jnmcw .T. nuke: "For aevvnil month I iiHvu not been feeling well. My akin la anllow, my totu:n la conliMl, have head ache, run Blei'tleHa. Ilcrvotla and hdthereit wllh chronic (oiiailpnilon. l'leae hvlp me." Anawer: You ni'ed n bmatlve hlomt cleansing treatment In the form uf three rnin enUiherh t:il.leta (not aiilpharl. ilvereonoi the lenil.-ney to coital ipiit Ion und Kniitnully your itooil hefillh ulul pure blond will reiiu'ii. 'Poor Nervea" Ul-llea: "la It ponalhle. tr find a nieiMeinn which hy Ha tmiie er nu tritive pnwera will lirln the. glow hettllh und Hinl.lllou l.uck In n mnn who Ima rverylhlli Ii. Hi world lull hoalth and hiipidnitst? I inn dull, f Mfciful, deapon ih nt. wenli. In mljlln. short f hn iiih nml auffer more in' leas wllh puia In aplno and hai k of head." Aunwer: Vuur 1'oii.llllnn Indlenlea the need uf a anoint. liiiiiiiU'M tonle nut ii -live to realore nerve eiuiillhrlum, which la turn foriiriia onil aliviiKlhena the or anna of liulrlllon, I liuia vllnllalnir Ihe Mood ami pniniolliiu new eell nml llaaile to lake earn of the wiiale fireea. '1'lil'eenriilil e d inielle tilhlelH. p.'lelieil III aeilled tllha nith full dli'eeiii.na, rtt recommended in nil eueh cust h. "D. V.. t" wrlicr: geiniiK worse till ihe an tiiirf lluii It mnk "My rheiimfttlam la lime. I hiii Hell In t It very hard fur mo to get mound. Anawer: I). I worry nhout your rheunimuin. na Hint inn It very eually rimtrnlleit hy iiilug Ihe folloaln: Hit at Ihe illiltt Hl.'tv Hie lUKI'eilleulH ' nallleil, mix thoroiiulily and lkn a. lenepoonful si meal limn und skhIii m hiMlllme and you ahould noon he enilivly relieved nf Unit dlnanl'ee itl.lH iliaea.'.e, i heiiliial lain. Piirehttan 2 drama of lodid- f pntnaaluin :. ,i nt wine of cell hleilin ; 4 di anm uf aodlllin au- llejlaie: I oz. ( ii. fluid hiilinworl; I ,ii, v p. essence ra nihil, and & naa. of avrup aarmipiirllhi. Thla haa anllaflcd thuuaamla nml 1 am aure It will ynu. 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K1 i 1 wnmRu,iul I k k.n.v clath hiiutlne. as ll Is a boak that will last foraver. m a il rinF(i..iitlier lunik !iv narrel nosi. 10 ct'iils ho to i.ki miles; lor ureaier distances l LUIViBER Albuquerque Lumber Company 423 North First Street Results From Morning Journal Want Ads iit ri's, inc. TJcDOQTORk I The qum.ll, mi Anerd belnw ire (an !rl in rlmriicler, the nymptnma or itleie ; me lvu mill dm amweii wm &vviy jtniv . f mmlUr titittire.. Thnse wiAhln furilier itvloe, free mmy !lilrM llr, 14-vli luuer, f,,u,.K ! l nlNf-r:ilwi '"it ! Ilnyl.in, (I , urn I,nli,g iwlf u.lbeie,t mumped envelope, for reply. ! Full nome h, itihlima mum be ivn, but ("lily Initial! ur flrtlihiu linmi. will h iel 1 1" in V ciwnii. The pr.-rrtith,n rmn m , fulfil mi any w,..io, ki-.l drill mre, Any Hh unKlAi uan ur.h r uf hi. Imnl. r. 11 nie: "t have auffer.t wllh dv. pepaln. ur nervmia Indigeaiiun ttii'tn or le.a for a years, and I want you in proaorih reiinent fur me; my aynipioma are the uauul oii.a, audi aa pain and flmreea after laiinir. aeur alnma. h. hradnehe, heart 1'iirn, and pain In il,.n of heart, or he. I ween ahnuldi r, c.onatipai iun, nr anme. lllilea dlanhiiea, coated toiuoie, had hreailh and a aeir mme. Am ntiwrrnhle. In wurd. Anawerf Your raw la ehntnle l h enrerul diet ami the reitulnr u nt an nld ami tunic yrm ahould anen reenver a normal aiaie. Ol.iain a packet nf rt.inhle four aiimiueh and bowel medicine" nf , druial. With It are direrthm. Thla la tha neweat and heat treatment 1 know of. : J. elKht. It. anh a: ft.ml howl 'n 1 aafaly redtica my Answer: do In a wall. slocked rirtumlat and et flVM -grain arlmlone tablets In sealed In ha wllh complela dlreclluna. Tak aa directed, anil you ahmiltl aonn feel tha relief ymi desire. Many tit my patients re port ipilck nmnlta without any harmful ac tion w hali, vet. a Kllen ,T. asks: "Tell me. pi wise, how I ran Increase my welalit and Initimve my color. I seem tn ha aentmlc. weak and Hied all tha time," Answer: llegln tnklna; three-uraln liypn nui lane tuhieia wllh ynu? meals and aonn ou will feel your almnifth. Minrnlnir and arndually ymir wilht and color will Im. prove, -i his la a most ettactlve. remedy it pelHlstulltly used. ,t MT. W. askar " "fan " yoii prescrlhi a nliahlB treatment tn iret rid of ilandiuff. Iichliia and frvarlali at'ulpt" Answer; I know ynu can act Instant relief and permanent reaidla hy using plain yellow ininynl aa per ftlrajelluna which nr. comiiany each 4na, Jar. a "Morris" nsks: "I have suffered with a chronic cough for ul t h. yaar, and oateli a fresh cold every few weeks, Nolhlng lha doi'lor gives- ma helpa, an t wrlla to you." Answer: Y..n need a thnrnugh laxatlv rough syrup, nne Hint nut only relieves hut surely drives II from Ihe system. Tha fid lowing regulaily uaed will oust any eura hie cough or ndd prumptly: Ohtsln a Si, ea. hoi He of esaence meiiiho-lasane, ml It with a home inndo nugHt ayrup nr honey na per direciinns on In. tile. a Mlsa "mrnnger" asks: "f am In a weakened eoniluliia due to a long alega of riitnrihal Irnuhle. JUlefly, I havo lvlvlfl t'Hlarrh I leucoi rhes I aiul catarrh of -tha nose and ilii'oul, What local treatment I good for a cure?" Answer: t am quite aura that ant Inept If! Vllanc Powder Is the most prompt and ef fective treatment thut one ran ponnihly use. 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