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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. AUGUST 31. 1915.
FIVE ALBUOUEROUE IS FOUND TO BE IN NEED OF ft T IIS ft BOOSE n J O U U' 1 willing tn ditt down for motif v GrCtlt UlOWO OcUllClS Cll nlfi,njlnit that she was awfully -low ill sa School Auditorium to Hear KSt JrToTS S Doctors Prescribe Remedy thai1 10 ih "r w t ' Ithal sort from her. "Dr." K. P SChue- fOl CitV S Ailllieilti ler M4 not ro much tot the matiei of diagnosis hut la his charucteristi, 1 1 manner .supplied an .nnple portion of .i r- nr MiruT CCACflM i the remedy enthusiasm 5ALt Ur nioni ottoun TICKETS BEGINS TODAY jlendid Impetus Given to Fair Movement by Unbounded)! tw declared . r o iii ! would go far toward securing the ti Enthusiasm of Several Hun-,.iai success or u .,. and died Representative Citizens ;K5 full share of the work of making thi fair a mu .'ess. The resolution wa !Hik,.,t by a numher of prominen stale fair management ' j nty i ngl it imobllc lll'l j . . d HnC .. , ! .. j . I. .1.. to i IK. service of the fair lile for you to get your car on ' in.l by that lime, ring up 119, ,. state fair offire, and let them ,1, a when your car ftill he ailahle. The twenty curs nre to he used the work of canvassing the iv for purchasers of season kits tii the night shows at the ale fair in older to get the ircM of Ihe city mobilized in mi, ott of the big fair and to If you are a patriotic ana puo lll --spirited Cttiaen of Albumier aue you will not need to he asked Th, s meet ii i ,igh school auditorium lasi night ne of the most largely at leaded and nttiiisiastir ever hi Id in Albuqueniue was in the naturt f a frt with Albuquerque playing th, piitien! and a niiml cr of 1 representative citizens, with rolled up and Instruments leaves their thing like an hour. In which every phase of the diagnosis was fully dis CUSsed, it was decided thai the only thing the matter with Albuquerque is thai she needs a tonlC, and forth with Ihe patient was given an allo pathic dose of enthusiasm, ginger and pep. with instructions to repeat the iln-e every time anything like a feel ing nf languor gaemad tO he impend ing. Albuquerque showed unmistakable situs of improvement after hiking Ihe PregcliptlOB, and Immediately began 10 get in a most vigorous and hearty manner, Beside putting In motion Hie machinery In which some l'.ohh Mason ticket to the night shows at the fgr Will he sold within the next leu days, she appointed a committee nf twi nty-five men and arranged for lh appointment of another commit t' of twenty-five women whOMJ duty It shall be to see thkl all delegates to convention held m this city shall pa Riven ihe cordial, friendly treatment that neighbors have a light to expect when they come visiting. Doctors All PlAOWllM. The meeting was opened hy M. E. Hi, key, who acted as presiding offi cer and int rod nied lh,. various sneak ers Mr nik. ti,i tfcut th..ru ven . g eery general feeling that something was the matter with Albuquerque and 'hut a number of eminent physicians gd been called Into consultation to find out what the matter was and wli.il was needed to cure the patient, 'n, Idrtl tally, he drew forth a wave of hthutlaatlc applause when he an nounced that Taos county had come into im with an appropriation for an exhibit for Ihe state fuir, leaving only two counties that are yet to appro priate "Dr." H. k. Putney was Introduced s Hie first of the eminent physicians to try his hand on Albuquerque, The doctor, Just lank from a trip over the state in ihe Interest of the fair, said tbst :n his opinion the patient's heart s in the right place and performed is filia tions in a normal manner, Luck of intention to the rest of the Wat wai the principal evidence of morbidity. Languor and indifference, no s.ild, urp marked symptoms, hut m wag confidant that a stiff jolt of t"1' right sort of medicine would pre du, , favorable results. Dr." c. o. Oiishman followed along MW I t it rKATt'BE8 OF THE BTATE FAIR Wll.l, BE BEEN At II II lHKM ss II s l I l Twenty katOmobUgS will go out this morning on a canvass of the ''ity to sell season tickets lor tin- night shows during the state fair. Everybody who buys one of these ticket will get more than Ins t ' rn,,nv worth It will he at night that the big show feature, the J Pei tacular events, are to take place The fireworks display will excel anything that has ever been seen 9 In the southwest Th Kilties hand will give concerts, sword dames, bagpipe solos and other musical stunts. The fire demons will do a wire and high dive act thai will make I J you hold your breath and wonder what next. There will be an Illuminated balloon ascension and parachute drop A high class horse show In an illuminated ring will I ne of the n..,rvels of the night shows. ' " And theh there will be the Midway, always full to the brim with fun and frolic. In buying a season ticket to the night shows you assure yourself of a week of the best entertainment that you have ever had. Hunt Just buy one ticket be a sport and buy one for every member of the family. If ydii haven't got a family, buy some for your friends. the same Jiiie and "Dr." J. analogized the present cast jthat had BSpM under hi pr oi starvation whete a man l i .1 criminal wan am again' diligent officer of the law. had (.one can to wrw the hut had been stopp, d hv nig upon learning that was itkm to brinK n tmiBf n m.. III.' police . outt for trial Moise Be reman aaid the M ought to set hep in herself not in those words, bill as a iv.n iwitij! out the ancient adinoni Knuv Thysi tf, Ur A II said lhat Albuquerque was al- I iron. Work tor the l air. lr." W I' Metcalf arose al thin Juncture ami introduced u resolution Which pledged the , itizens of Albu querque 10 wo to work at once tO 111 ! hit-incss men .1 ' ' .7 . I P''' 11 "'l" a lli.li ill riiuumiaoiii. "Dr." M . I.. Fox spoke of the neci s- 1 slty of Albttquerqua hestii'iinn hortelfl for the comfort of visitors to the city'' Juring the fair, and "Hi " Thomas S. j V II kel son Introduced a reOOjWtlon, I unaniiiio.islv passed. pro- iVidiiiK for the appointment of a com- chUge of the entertainment of dele gates and visitors to all inn-tings of a general Character to he held in All, ll querojtta, The twenty-five named in the resolution art all men. anu an amendment was adopted providing for j the appointment at a lain data of a I Commit! if twenty-five women to I fed In conjunction with the men s j committee la matters of entertaining I visitors. provided hy the resolution passed last night are as follows. It. B, Pitney, chairman; K. B. Schwentker, P, K. McCanna, Bam Plckard, George Kaae- man. Max Nordhaus. Itev Hugh , fklCoopcr, t.eorge valllant, Ftaooi atoise t gt Bergman, w. i' Southard. C, 0. j ('ashman, .line Haggard. I. A. Mac- j it the j idlers, ,n, Clark M Cart, J- R Qoodetl, I ght ID k n sellers, a. B sti onp, v. K. I d and J George, I). H. Boatrtght, A. B. Mi Mil ii. I Qei len Mfred ( Il'unsfelil. Kuv M , liona Id. I ilnic'M. to. Hickpy, J. A. Miliar, e of! Hughes. , i . m I DATE FOR SALE OF TROLLEY LINE SET; OCTOBER ftnlii fWo Rirlrloi K'nniAn tn Rp ! W1IIJ V-IIU UIVIVIVI IXIIVITI1 lu Wl After Property; Laurent Lee, Special Master, Make Sale. f I ) The traction company is to he sold at in o'clock her 1 at the l.ee, gpsctal court to mu yesterday. f ooto nc f. brought l,y the hirst saving Hank Trust company, us trustee, and in fa vor ot bondholders, Th debt against the company Is tlK.000, i,ftinK on a loan by the bondholders. As far as Is known only one ladder will attempt to buy. That Is the L'lotiii represented hy (leorge Hosting ton. receiver of the company. I raw group has ait'eaiiv "ougin unra 1 in addition to tin- three ordered put chased by th" court, taking lh chance of being aide in acquire th' property. TITLE GUARANTY CO. MOVES TOJIEW OFFICES The Albuquerque Title (iuiirantv company, formerly Gierke, ogle ft Doane, has moved from ' 1 1 West Hold avenue into its commodious new of fices at 212 West Hold avenue This eompunv was organized in 1300 and has recently been reincorporated and is exclusively a tide company, handling only abstract, pertlflcatea, escrows and conveyancing, with a corps of experienced searchers ana examiners A. D. ogle, president Shd manager, and John M. White, the attorney Mid examiner of this company, ere well known In this city and in central SfeW Mexico as professional abstract and title nu n. COMMISSIONERS OE TAOS COUNTY APPROPRIATE TO PROVIDE DISPLAY by County Board to Defray ONLY TWO COUNTIES YET TO MAKE ENTRIES pected to Aiiiee to Fair Enthusiasts Wl proached Later, Plan of ien Ap- loitherii pan Sts of tilt big headquarters I tin st.it, j itate expo-1 Of the lull I ,., iter I till Jrterd"! ' n0d agreed W ep. n t t uos county j (00 of p.lhllc ml preparing Ion with the moneyi on (nthorin a display for comp Pthor enmities of the stale. This is ! the iweiity-foiirih OOtlnty to announce ) its intention of making an etttr) aM i to provide funds therefor. county, Who made foi null appropria tion of the Kit in named Th iniiuis- pan by the keg, ,n part lam pie ol other coiin ,y a natural desire to show the reel of ihe state what a wonderful country Tuns county m and in part by the efforts of H, h. Hell ing and IV l B, Sellers, the fair com mission special commissioners for this work. Taos county is expected to produce one or the awt otaputyi to as seen si the fair. The country Is well watered and very fertile and while its products ar not so Well known as ihcy de- gervw, owing to poor railroad facilities, yet enough is known of them to give .'ssura nc that tnc exhnut at in mil loiuiwni ne a rimirBn un ,,,,c Rich gri ult mill t'ouiin. Taos county raise exceptionally l 1...I.I ! fine fruits and is ru n in agricultural resouri . Resides that, it is otic of i and nulling section in its display at nm fair here in October, it is betteVad that with the Inoraa In road facilities caused 1'V the hard work of some Taos county people and I by the $r,fl(l,Hllii slate load bond issue. j the fruits and Other products of the region can be got to market with much less effort and that coiisi - '. quently the county's produce win b much better known in th tare than il now is. Then hill two counties left III iproprlatlon for entries at These are Sanduynl and Hlo Until ar eipected to appro Arriba. I prists w hen ipproaobeo by ths com ImlSSloners. The fair boosting party will visit Tlerra Amurllla before re- turning to Albuqueniue jWIFE INTERFERED WITH PRACTICE, SAYS DOCTOR Charging that his wile's nagging I interfered with hlH bUiiMSS SS g pin - slclan and affected his health, Dr. Frank Kills Itird yesteraa) Instituted divorce proceeding tin dlsll let gourt of Sandoval county. Dr. Bird w,yH his wife is In Ohio, They lived as man and wife, he gays, until three or four years ago For several years pfevlou to that time ins wife was gul of cruel and illinium n ing him of Infidelity, conduct gooordlng in tin- plaintiff, Thy wersjpridgy ,n vry motttk for club mem niarrieil in lX8.ri and hav e two chll Ik, gnd then families. dren, Chati seph, 17 ye willing to her. Two dlvo One was I" Ing him fn Hallegos, ti this year. ars old, and JO- The plaintiff is m remain With til Knrlqtte Hallegos, Hciiaia un Mrs. Ysubellta R. '1'' whom he was married The other was taken ''V Samuel I.opez from Leonoi L,ucero u aOpsg, i.opez said his wife aban doned him, saying she did not love him, and went to Arizona. 'Hi'-y hud one child, SiiHiina. 1 :i years old, who is with her mother. Hand and petit iuties for the Sep tember term were drawn yesterdav in the presence of Judge 11. liny- SPECIAL AGENT JUMPS AS TRAIN BEARS DOWN ON MOTOR; INJURED Hiding a small gasoline motor. James lOverett of QaIMp, a Santa Fe 1 1 bearing down upon him at high I speed. Kverett Jumped. Ills foot caught, throwing him and spraining ! his hack. Everett was brought to the i Santa Fe Coast l.lm s hospital here. The injury is slight and he may be labia to leave the hospital todav. POLICE SERGEANT HURT WHEN HIS MOUNT FALLS police Sergeant Kd fionnhue was unable to work vesterflsy because of i an Injur) sustained late Sunday night I when his horse fell with MM Third I sited .hi, I Tiiefas aveinn Donahue s turn to duty today. J.N. Hi WILL BE EL PASO CITY ENGINEER pointment by Mayoi Thorn Office September 7 iht'llg. of r.i ograni night I'.iso, was contained hi W it. l ived bj the Journal last Mayor Tom l.eu. of 131 I 'use. iii. ,i tinotin, nient lale vesmrdnv noon. naming Mr Gladding to I City Engineer, George Fspv. the time Ihe nppoini incut was undo j 1 91 a year Minor B lutrigln .mil fficlals ether Mayor Boal view for the app d Mr. Gladding eo last nluht as the ight h itatmet a" Wi lias Scv'ril nlllci Oonfldenca nf tin uw CMaddlng'i abtltt ha- been the amount of org that Irtre him He no hus three depart men ta, arhlch wcic under geaarate he nl formerly ds. Mr ntreet commlaajjoner's and building ln-! glneera thai i mmelded policies for snector's offices. The former delth Isthmian naamL" I the latter alter i tOI Sleele. Mr. Qladdlng has been city engl egperta dealing with near bare rtaarl eight years, in thatltary affairs il a was time several great municipal improve-1 The committee pro meats have bean made the laying of ' serve of iS.ooo men the Hit n i t it ry seWer and street pat the enlistment "I im nig. which he guperintended, The' charged from the wm new citv hall "ax buttl bj the city an8f the merchant n der his supervision. jinerchant marine f( The council recentiv charged Mr was declared In the i bidding with gacertatning the coatjdlspenaablt to a well of duplicating the Water plant and he adequate navy." has parti) completed tins undertak-l lag. il- probabrj will noi be able GARDENER TAK j"""' u'u'", '''' "'iv " t.raduiilc or BoHtUll Vi-i . I MthoUgh h li young, Mr. Qladdl . HI coillllleli' Ill's l.ish III till' r,,,-i, has he, ii regarded as a highly effi cient engineer. The ciiuncll's est'- have assigned lo him hut also bj Ihe fait that the aldermen Increagad his OS gnat as that ne wu. get in K' Paso, He began Ins 'Heir as an engineer well equipped, being g graduate of! it,- Uauaxhiisotta I tiul il n t ,. of Te,h-1 nnlnvv Me Is a member of the Am I Local and Personal The members of Triple l.inl He- Miss Andrellila DUfn enlei lalneil a number of tu t fHeadg In honor of her birthday al her home, ll- south .loll Mrs '.bend ne Sahlne has returned home after .spending llle summer in I th east. Sin- was accompanied hy her sister, Mrs. f. .1 Cl'Utn of Ottawa, j Kna Mote than $on was raised by the Italian colony lu re Sunday night lot the use of Ihe Ited Oroa and lor widows ami orphan oi Italian sol diers killed in Hi" Kumpcan war. The Albuquerque w an' club will meet Friday afternoon, September i, i , ;l o'clock, A new feature ol thi ,.. i .. .,, ka nnen evenings Ihe first I Prof E taSlloy Volt, the violinist, wh ,lilH ,.,. lM CWCggO the past year UudylB under some of ilie violin masters of that city, writes that he will return to A Ihiiqueniue abOUl Bep li mber and reopen his studio here. Mis. B, Csrvsntes was injured w hen an automobile Hi ruck her car riage al Fifteenth street and Moun ts Is road Rundai evening. Her .law iilldi lb Jim Hi'own. who was arrested I Las CTUCCSi Sunday, whs brought In t last night h Deputy Sheriff Hani" Ortiz. Brown was held at the n oilesl of Clllii Mf'Millln, He , barged with Ihe theft of fta the Albuquerque cafe. Where 1 formerly an employe o. A. I.arranola of Lis Vei from here for g conference with n M Mar- ron snd Heaoock Cornell In r to the cases of the men charged conspiracy in connection With tin cape of Ceiieral Salaam froni her Mr. Marron i attoi m District Attorney M. V, Vigil Heacoek Cornell for ('hallo- gplSBdJd (Of Constipation. "About a year ago I used a couple of bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and found them to he a splendid rein edy for Indigestion and oust i pat Inn," writes C. S. Colby, Holland. N. V. Ob tainable everywhere. NOTICE. From and after this date a charge of ten cents per line will he rnnda for publication of cards of thanks, reso lutions of n spect. obituaries, i ' 'I h,s doss not apply to notices of death, lime of fnn'ral and similar notices which will be published as s matter of news. Persons desiring to publish cards of thanks, etc., will please writ" them out and send or brlmr them In TH K M OK NINO J( ll ' It N AL, THh; EVENING II I.K A I.I 1. THOMPSON HEADS NAVY LEAGUE OF UNITED STATES dines Re-election! More ical txpei ui Meo. Thoiupson ft" i ihe n.i leag by the board 01 and on his i her in that offlc. president of the SI and Item y B, Ion ..I I '. ll oil . M a h A numher of plans t,,i a ronllnuu ihe I,, iii, ns to obtain ion foi a largei , ihe directors, ., s not dlacloS" ed b) Al l hill II ry, slated thai their nat ure qioi I siil, mill irked result I'lintthtcrallon leglals same i,i.. L-e onaideratlon ! eral board of il Ihe advice of gecuttve officers, the chairmen of th, ungreaalonal commltteeg ami ail tin i,, ial.lv ills mil by seamei Lo jn n r. OF GERMAN EMBASSY v - i,. i i i , i, Paris. Aug in Notwithstanding thai Germany is al war with franc, the eraplr is not unrepressntsd In Parta i When Ihe secret service men escorted Baron von ichoen from the embassy, "K rue de UHe, Angusl :t. I!H4, ihev left there on parol, a-, guardian nf ,g Th,. I, hails are closed and the magnificent mansion It dark nd llf tMMl bul the garden thrive th more In thai th gardner ta obliged to Stick closely to it fully, ' hut nil I little curlier of the blue k) ." Fritz gets no news from Germany. bUl it burns somelhlng of what IS giun i, n gcrOSg th Itliine from the Prsneh papr, lie knows thai pota toes ate ft rowing In many of the flower ; garden in Berlin and he has fallen I m with the movement The SUPSrb flOWer beds of the embassy gardens ; Wire all dug IIP this spring ami luatn ed Willi potatoes, string heaps cabbages, and MAYOR BOATRIGHT IS IN GOOD CONDITION FOLLOWING OPERATION Mayor Bnstrlghi underwent an op IsratlOn for appendlcltlg yegtsrday j mofning ai it. Joseph's hospital. The, j mayor rallied from the anaesthetic I soon afler l ne ,,ieianou .inn wan ilium he wiih reported in b in ns goon con dition as might he expected He ta egpei ic,l to be able to h av e I he hos ,,n q wlthtfl I week 'or ten days. afternoon and t ire hun home in his I lh The Ions lin es! onlay used as Deration is place,! appendicitis. W.IM uilv Ised upon the of An Immediate ml the mayor v for 1 1 city ch-ik Hughes assumed charge I of affair of ti gecittlve offlc v I lerdaj "'""""K OR. HARRIET FLANDERS TO ADDRESS STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY TODAY Hr Hani ml culture t Flanders, del, al l un in of the phvsl- ,,f th si n, , addi , thi agrlciilt ui al studt nis of ssmbly hour t' lire. Ing I r, linn, h i s hu s i en alU'tid -e conference of mission teich- .lull was Hon. Nestor Motttoya, hut he ha tOflbaggsd t" he excused for Ihe time I"- Illl YOUNG PEOPLE GET A LICENSE WITH CONSENT OF PARENTS OF BOTH Kdna hey, 17 years old, .veslerdav were granted I ltfiBS In marry b) County ChUM A K Walker. Mrs. II. C Ivev guvv be' coiisrnt lo the mar Mi Brlaen and both ol Hlaiid. Emmn GERMAN SCHOOL SYSTEM MAY BE CHANGED BY WAR cators to Conclusion General Overhauling I: That portant onions , ! I he Wal ll d bj ihn tvtdent ncluslon ' 1.1 man le.o ll. I I j nig them to the I vv hole education. o ei hauled a nd rector of the gymnasium In Ruecki burl In 'he trenches before Uheim men who usual n n hav, pass I tin, , ugh tin aa of ii. lining. and with their e, operation he nav drawn uo a scheme foi the reform o the secondary schools. lie sent M I propoaala to the leading school off I , la of the I'towt i ii mover, wh I had them published as a "sign of lh linns and as suggestions hu "ha i , hlef Idee n r gchenu running through pr, is thai education I more practical and i udu i hat are chtefl) nl.il ihs, IplHt uiilsl he ii.l Ii,.,, il and Imvs il, .. ,i de a mori i"i thi dutleal , must he t I Ullli'd III , of preaenl daj elthu ni hip Ph exercise and spoils foi the div im nl of health and Strength Bit 1 more fieelv , ultlvaled M ' tr lining must he m.oh ubllgnti j know ihe qualities of all Itlndi u lerinl, must learn to re pall app ami machiOeg, unit woik in and Wood, In Make latin Optional. ('timing down to the nirrlc ,, ihe three upper classes, ana d Heiaiw are to bel ..legated universities altogether, He tak htstorj oi prime Import t In , mi i se ,, -I iii I v and would is a basis for teaching mnnvj iings, giving special attention leudius features iii Ihi devel pment oi ott iii. a t ion gad to l oft I h ami d V o 'Ml of the "'" man people, ami Inspiring the v""nK! Suntfon "to Snt",Vairflmsdi1 history, H let to lay all th grout cr emphasis upon inodeiii history. I Thorough instruction In th mdmcail system- ..I modern states, m in ill, ones of llle slate. Ill , oils! 1 1 il I iollu I ci aphj Ihoroughlj I ,, i , , '" I lauglll, espei'lallv i on lltlcal geogrsphy. co unity the question hat Intel est have vi After practically "About must be ' tnsre ,eiighna isld Hcrren ,1,111 lutlHIIUgeS i Mb scan ui i Ihi Iv I, in , I' I ell, ll if Us diminished Import aile oplioiial and "Engllttl , , , ' , ,, HORLICK'S The Original MALTED MILK Unloma you may "HORUOK you may net a Subutituto, BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAR0ID ROOFING with 15 year qiinrnntee DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters 220 West (Jold h us Resi makes sick skins well skin humor, ust put g little 01 thai sinn geti well so quit kly you feel asl I I I Wli D CD Glass-Paint L.UIVlDHn Cement-Plaster Albuquerque Lumber Company i. I Mill I n F1KHT HTHFI.T DAILY PRAYERS E BY MISSIONARIES Japan Hold Frequent Ser- i taafrlata i'r, KarutMn a. a l.i ; principal featurt Ihe i fllstlc bel ore ih Ihodlal i unferenc population oi .lapi This special lt ,1 the sp, planed ilal field h MeUtodlatg Have nig Thak, The Methodtal mUguonartea, ir. Speiiier iplaiii,il, were ahont I'll par cent nr in,, total aiiagienar) tow hi ih,. empire. Ptguriag the ptpglatlon ai Se.OQO.Utlii. Ihe Melhodisls might I'e I i iii. lot; u' the Japan Methodist church In HIS ,P Is Hi, I "ii. and this represented foil small number mean failure Hut tin i,' i am , up i si, i, t,, tip. problem, Vfhen we began our work tin- Jap ii, 'i nple numbered I , 069,946, our Method!! task has tlieni ,f,,ie grown from seven to elevii millions. To say I n, .Hung ,,f the original :t.",, mm. nno -we hav never gotten within WlT! til t Hu e of the increased population and : vv it Iii mi t some fiimlameiital , hang lor ,,,,(,,1,,,,. was to reach the rural C00V ,, Mi , , , , , ' ' tM thss to b evang.iied ths misslonarv must he prat t icallv helpful, t'omniiimiv Interests must l, 'tailed us local rircumstancs permit ptf haul bsglrrstng with a kindergarten, or other educutlnhal rfihre; or seeds i may bs brought In for the fanners, rw kinds of trull iiitrodn, ' ,i. better m."dl"aUitude TZltlV' ihh Q tr"i wl rt"w Veais." $100 Reward, $100 " nsh r tta win lie skJfl Iftril ttutt tSSft lH kt li'lial 0BS ill,llr,l ttlMllM Hint n.li.li.i' tins t u al,l,. I ,lll' 111 ill 111 EO P MADE i n i i SIMM, ami tint I, t ttarrli Hull ! I'surrii Cars b lbi mil., ittlvi. iur,' lnw knovvn t Uu wrU kill fr,it,Tl,lti llllarrli tn'tlig 11 cnatllntl. in,l slieate, reqelrM m i'natituti,,iiHl tr.-atm, mi ""ha rtatarrfe Ogre ta tnitrii Istcr&sUy. acting illri'rtl.v DpBB tti,' blood an, I BtlKOtta anrfarra r the ajatian, tatreby ili-almylns tin- fumlatli,tl id tlli gksMS, ami giving the ntlont atli'iigtti , .null",- up in r i-oioo, ,,, i,i,t ni.i ihi.iiiik in. f.irtt In .I..I...- Il ....rlt 'PI... I. ra !,, , aa mini, faith in u nratln gowan mat tin. WV Otw Ituinti. d DolUn tot any MM t It fllla t run'. S.11,1 fr tin f ti'-ttmi,lla. Aililnaa 1' J i III N Sol, I kf nil PniUllt" Tain null a rmliy i'iMs fer THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wbolesahi mid lletall Ileal, rs In MM Ml AND KAI.T Ml.VfS SailHIigc a Specialty For rattle and Hogs the IllggeSt Market Prices Arc I'ald. Hudson for Signs j Wall Paper HUDSON lor Picture Frames Fourth St. ntul Copper Are sos-seeeeeeeeeee sooth Kcainol . gw . a a ss. ism: i