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3V oincr hvir.tr r.trs.'.n in iK caa tea o.bers. 1 t,.,k a ,.-.i time, and at the end of two years I had run in'o consumption. I couKhJ,l terribly, lost flesh, could not sleep, and became so dreadfully weak that I had to take to bed. In the following eighteen ; months 1 gradually reached the stages of consumption. No less thaa seven physicians treated me and all gave jiio saying curable. I was V 7 ; as absolutely - fV w whole fam- V-nol- -J -v-i helpless. Th ily wore themselves out caring for me. One day mother and sister came to my bedside, and said .L- - J sobbed the Th. FT to,I,v?-., Tears nUei d " they faTraln beinnH 1 d0CtoI" Uad d' was ja the last stage, and na t I &5?d 6 me-. 1 was wiU,n8 to die- but befor EoinS to the cruel Thev told me slh it " J dearly beloved of Sidney once more, hirif t "fh a thmg was impossible-that I would surely die before I got Hems? So!.? nTv Dd l thls WM carried and 8loly dnven around Court dence so hg ,,m. m?l dead tlma nlive- Through the mercy of Provi No 'eTmntf ght U tnal bottle of ".cine said to be a consumption cure. if f f r n:! mS,tant U was worth trVinK- drowning person Eer Lt ZrZ'JJ tnedtl'is medicine. I was better after taking two doses, am as we 1 ns anl 1 ?eed:'t l I took it, improving all the tinfe. Today I Ark. Fnlif t, p 7 ad7 X thls PftPer- and th0 med.cine that cured me was eVewoWefe ftS?""- 1 dcdttre God and man that propn .mininl druKKi of Sidney," tng"h Aekor'a Knsluh Rm. u nu i . . prom For Sale by 0. THEN AND NOW. Some of the Old-Time Prices Paid for Merchandise in New Mexico. A reporter for The Optic has been permitted to glance through a 700-page ledger kept by the late Hen ry V. Harris for Wm. H. Moore In the palmy days of 1864-5 when the latter was a sutler at Fort Union. In leafing over the ledger, the re porter stumbled upon the account of Col. Marcus Brunswick, of Las Vegas, On June 13th, 1864, he Is charged with $1.50 for a bottle of wine; Aug. 12th, 16 for a hat; Nov. 12th, $12 for a pair of boots; December 29th, $40.25 for two shawls! On Feb. 25th, 1805, his account shows that he paid an even $20 for a valise and on Oot 14th, $5 for a bottle of champagne. Col. Bruns wick's book account from June 30th, 1864, to Oct. 14th, 1865, amounted" to $94.88, which the same he squared in full, as he always does, no matter for what purpose the debt was incurred. Of course the small amount of $94.88 does not represent all the money Col. B. spent with Mr. Moore during the period mentioned, for his pocket were lined with gold, those days, and be usu ally planked down the yellow cash for what he wanted. Another instance of how prices ran in those free-and-easy days is afforded in the open account of Co. "C," First Infantry, New Mexico volunteers. On Dec. 19th, 1864, the company wag charged $8 for four pen knives and $3 for four brooms; and, Jan. 18th, 1865. $18.75 for twenty-five pounds of sugar. Wm. Hoberg was another fairly good customer, who rarely ever asked Moore for credit. However, a small book ac count was opened with Mr. Hoberg and the following entries occur on his ledger page; July 14th, 1864, twenty pounds of coffee, $10; ten pounds of su gar, $5; two pitchforks, $4.50; one pair boots, $8. On Aug. 23d, a character known as "Whiskey Jack" had a book ac count opened with a $1 charge for a pound of raisins and a $5 entry for a pen knife. Jack's whole blli when the account was closed was $132.50 which he off-set by services at $7."i per month. It seems from a referonca to the well-thumbed pages of the Moore ledger that Uncle Johu Pendariea was wont to drop In occasionally without any ready monay In his pocket. It appears that he ws fitting up a hotel In 1863, while tlw war of rebellion was in progress, and he is debited on May 2d, of that year, $12 for two dozen plates; $8 for one dozen cups and sau cers and $6 for one dozen tumbler.?. On October 24th, 1864, Sam Shoe maker ran his face for a can of peach es for which he was booked $1. A week later, he stood the clerk off for a dollar chicken. Dr. J. H. Shout was then the only physician in all the country around He made piles of money and of course his credit was A No. 1. The Moore ledger shows, in the familiar back hand of Henry Harris, that on October 10th, 1864, he paid $6 for that number of pairs of eocks; on October 14th $1.75 for 3y2 yards of calico; October 20th, $6 for four pairs of hose; Decem ber 3d, $7.50 for ten pounds of cheese Jnnunrv 3d. 1865. 115 for a pair of boots; January 9th, $25 for a trunk. R. Strong happened along by Moore s sutler store on December 3d, 1864, and his account of that date is a living evidence of the fact that he paid $55 for a sack of sugar, $25 for a can of lard and $3 for a whip. And now along comes Albert Tison, at present a resident of Wagon Mound, who was actually charged $1.50 each for a can of peaches and one of sar dines. This was fifty cents higher "Necessity Knows No Law." But a. Uiv of Nature bows to the necessity of keeping the blood pure so that the entire system shall be strong, healthy and vigorous. To lake Hood's Sarstpiritl, V 9 Hood purifier, is therefore Uw of health nd it is A necessity in nearly every house hold. It never disappoints. Blood Disorders - " v sfeP daughter and I have both been trou bled greatly oih blood disorders nd stomach troubles, and several bottles of Hood's Sarsap&rilta have been of great benefit." . James F. Thompson, Wilmington, Ohio. Hood's linn cure llw IIWill M " pn!y citliarlie In tt llh I'" -.1 K.fi.pnf'l'a. i. 'c t riaa rtr i : i 1 ' H rkn en rr n t n ri i . "i t . ... .u... if t . J 1 1 ktmedy' voud T "r them, u .U b, Q. 5CHAEFfcR than the usual charge and this may be assigned as a reason why his account isn't settled on this old-time ledger. On August 3d, 1865, Peter Trambley drove by Fort Union and patronized Mr. Moore to the extent of $10 for twenty pounds of ugar, $19 for thirty eight pounds of bacon and $15.50 for thirty-one pounds of nails. On June 30th, 1864, Lieut Cande lario Martinez got extravagant and purchased a silk dress for $36; on August 11th, he squandered $10 for a sack of flour and on August 22d, $8 for a pair of shoes. And there are others, but the above wfll suffice as an earnest of what prices were obtained In New Mexico in early days, when goods had to be freighted from Westport and Kansas City, Mo., and were often as long as six months en route. Many wagon trains were at tacked by Indians and entirely de stroyed, entailing heavy Iosfpb nn the merchants, some of whom have never been reimbursed by Uncle Sam to this day. Then the charges for transpor tation overland were very high in those days, but perhaps not any heavier than under the new freight classification of today, when all things, th?n and now, are taken into consideration. EXTRACTS FROM EXCHANGES. New Mexico Newa Scissored Bodily From the Newspapers. Miss Mendelson delightfully enter tained the members of the O. K. O. club at her home In Raton. - Dr. W. T. Bishop was robbed nt White Oaks of about $100 a $50 bill, a $20 and about $30 In sheet gold. Dr. E. G. Condlt, of Aztec, was given the first degree of Odd Fellow ship in Paradise lodge, I. O. O. F. Max Weinberger left White Oaks for the Oscura mining camp, where he expects to begin shipping copper. School opened at Maxwell City, with a Mr. Wheeler as teacher. There had been no school since the middle of December. W. F. Williamson, who was let out of jail at Albuquerque, left for Texas with his mind made up to live an hon est life in the future . Serafina Duran, of Albuquerque, through her attorney, Tomas Montoya, began divorce proceedings against her husband, Nepomiceno Duran. If there is any one thing that the Cerrillos people are agreed on as good worthy, prosperous and deserving to be fostered, it is the local school system. The well at Cerrillos, by which the Oochitl Gold mining company hopes to develop artesian water, has reached a depth of 410 feet. It will probably be sunk to a depth of 1,000 feet Experiments at the Albemarle mill have demonstrated that the Peletan process is a great aid to straight cya nide in making a close saving of the gold and silver values of the Cochlti ores. The Philadelphia group of mines at Hanover, ,Grant county, recently pass ed into the hands of Charles W. -White, of New York City, under a bond and lease. The consideration named in the bond is $65,000. The owners of mining claims In" the Cochlti district have, with hardly an exception, completed honest assess ments on their properties for 1899, and most of them are planning to do much actual development work during 1900 The new 100-ton custom ore mill of the Cochiti Development and Improve ment company at Woodbury (formerly Allerton), six miles below Bland, is now so nearly completed that the com' pany is ready to sample and buy ore. From all present indications, the Industrial company, operating on the placer and gold-bearing cement de posits at Golden, is destined to be one of the biggest of the many big new en terprises now building in" south Santa Fe county. Judge Crumpacker, at Albuquerque, appointed J. W. Akers, of Si:nta Fe, as one of the appraisers 'of lands to be condemned for right of way fo.- the low line canal, in place of W. W. Joneg of San Marcial, who finds it Impossible to serve. Clarence Hamilton was before Judge Bayne at Raton, charged with having stolen some logs and posts from Je rome Troy. He offered no defense, but pleaded not guilty. He was bound over to the grand jury which convenes early in March. L. F. Butler and C. Ferguason re port having crosscut the lead in the lower level of the Paragon mine, in the Elizabethtown district, and tEat measures six feet from wall to wall, with two feet of ore that runs from ,$30 to $200 per ton. The necessary machinery to eon tinue development work on the Chal lenge mine, near Elizabethtown, will soon be on the ground. The Tomboys muueui ul the same ill soon be com menced. A ministerial aa&oc'atloa was form ed in Raton. Rev. I.onaiiale was chos en president and Rev. Maes givn-tary. Rev. A. C. Hunter, of lieardstown Illinois, i spending the winter in Ra ton for the improvement of his health. Mrs. Nauta, who lives near the mouth of Tenaja, creek, Colfax county. Is seriously ill with a deep cold and pleurisy. , W. G. Hamilton, manager of the "corn farm" out from Roswell, shipped a carload of laahs (225 head) to Kan sas CUy. . Rev. Baker preached at Maxwell City, last Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night, and left an appointment for quarterly meeting there in . two weeks. The Consolidated Verde mining and milling company of the Ciraarroncito mining district, Colfax county, is get ting out a carload of ore from the Thunder for shipment. Drs. HInee and McCrosky, of Spring er, held consultation in Mr. Gunn's case at Maxwell City, and he is thought to be slightly better. Hopes are now entertained for his recovery. STORY OF A SLAVE. To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery. George D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a slave was made free. He ays: "My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn i7er In bed alone. After using two bottles of Electric' Bitters she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work." This supremo reme dy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness, sleeplessness, melancho ly, headache, backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine Is a godsend to weak, sickly run down people. Every bottle guar anteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by Browne-Manzanares and Murphey Van Petten drug stores. A v.'si'cr In Alhuquerque was t). LauferT-ller, of Fort Dod?. la., th father of Mrs. A. H. Hilton, of San Antonio. K. D. Goodall, Druggist, guarantees every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refund the money to any one who is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents. This Is the best remedy in the world for la grippe, - coughs, colds, croup, and whooping cough anO. is pleasant and safe to take. It prevents any tenden cy of a cold to result In pneumonia. Judd Lyon and A. L. Hobbs went to Maxwell from Raton to spend three or four days gunning for ducks. SICK HEADACHE ABSOLUTELY and permanently cured by using Moki Tea. A pleasant herb drink. Cures constipation and indigestion, makes you eat, Bleep, work and happy. Sat isfaction guaranteed or money back. 25oU, and 50 cts. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist. D. B. Merry, surveyor and mining engineer, of E'town, was in Raton to meet some eastern men who are look ing for a good thing in mining. French Tansy Wafers, the world's famous remedy for Irregular and pain ful periods of ladles; are never fail ing and safe-- Married ladies' friend. French Tansy Wafers are the only re liable female remedy in the world; Imported from Paris; take nothing else, but Insist on genuine; in red wrappers with crown trade mark. La France Drug company, importers, 108 Turk St., San Francisco. For sale by O. G. Schaefer, druggist, sole agent, Las Vegas, N. M., Opera House corner. The Knights of Pythias, of E'town, have established a free reading room where all the latest papers and period icals may be perused. PLAYED OUT. Dull Headache, Pains In various parts of the body, Sinking at the pit of the stomach, Loss of appetite, Fev erishness, Pimples or Sores are all positive evidences of impure blood. No matter how lt became so it must be purified in order to obtain good health. Acker's Blood Elixir has nev er failed to cure Scrofulous or Syphi litic poisons or any other blood dis eases. It is certainly a wonderful remedy, and we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. O. G.. Schaefer, Druggist - 1 1 Mrs. C. F. Remsberg entertained the Octagon Whist club at her pleasant home up in Baton. DYSPEPSIA CAN BE CURED BY using Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. One little Tablet will give immediate relief or money refunded. Sold in handsome tin boxes at 25 cts. 0. G. Schaefer, Druggist .W,if C. Barnes, a Crow Creek cattle man, was in Raton, laying in supplies and getting repairs for his wind mill. EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST teacher. Use Acker's English Rem edy in any case of coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail to give imme diate relief money refunded. 25 cts. and BO cts. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist For Sale. Established paying general mer cantile business located in one of the best points in New Mexico. Post of fice in store. You can either buy or lease the realestate with improve ments which consist of a six room res idence, one Store house 40x60 with good cellar, good store and post office fixtures, stables, corrals with 320 acres land goat pasture. Several par ties made fortunes there. The real estate can be bought by paying ten per cent cash, balance on nine yearly payments with six per cent interest on deferred payments.. The real es tate is owned by a non-resident, the present occupant will sell on account of having other business. The busi ness will bear the closet investigation For particulars address B care Optic. 22-tf absolutely health k ! iids upn a CEIE8BATCI1 - f .) 1 vigorous htomach, they would keep the HittcrH constantly on hand As a miiiHn it 1 'invaluable. All Ull B.1IUIIU1 duse will keep K STOMACH s Wlil KtVP I 1 la!f?l the bowels re M g ! ular. Try it. Indian Depredation Claims. From the "Journal-Democrat." Judge John Stansbury will have his court for the hearing of Indian depre dation claims in session in this city until next 1 hursday. Friday morning, acccmpanle.d by Elmer E. Veeder of Yas Vegas, attorney for the claimants. George I-abadie, Interpreter, and Mrs, Jones, stenographer, he will star) southward on a tour that will take htm as far afield as El Paso. The first stop will be at Los Lunas and court will be held at every considerable town in the Rio Grande valley. The party will not finish the southern clr cult until April. Judge Stansbury says that it will take the remainder of the year to hear all the claims to be pre sented in the territory. Real Estate Transfers. A. L. Hoyt and wife to Harry B, Johnston, consideration $500; conveys lots in East Las Vegas. . Riley W. Bruce and wife to Bow man M. Williams, consideration, $1, 400; conveys lot 6, block 13 A. Lena G. Klhlberg to Charles Ilfeld, consideration, $2,100; conveys lands Jennie A. Bell to Kate Bell, consider ation, $50; conveys lands. Adolph Teitlebaum to Feliciana Sais, consideration, $10; conveys lots 22, 23, block 12. William E. Moses and wife to Uni ted States, consideration, $1, etc.; con veys lands. Wm. F. Coors and wife to Henry G. Coors, consideration, $2,500; conveys lots in East Las Vegas. George D. Hale, of Topeka, is at Ra ton visiting his daughter, Mrs. F. D. Kilmer. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C, January 13th, 1900. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that the "The San Miguel National Bank of Las Vegas," In the Town of Las Vegas, in the County of San Miguel and Territory of New Mexico, has complied with all the provisions of the "Act of Con gress to enable National Banking As sociations to extend their corporate existence and for other purposes," approved July 12th, 1882. Now, Therefore, I, Charles G. Dawes, Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that "The San Mi guel National Bank of Las Vegas" in the Town of -Las Vegas, in the County of San Miguel and Territory of New Mexico, is authorized to have suc cession for the period specified in its amended articles of association, namely until close of business on Jan uary 13th, 1920. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal of office this thirteenth day of January, 1900. CHARLES G. DAWES, Comptroller of the Currency. (Seal) No. 2454. 62-30t Agents wanted for the greatest and fastest selling book ever publish ed, Biography of Dwight L. Moody; by his son, W. R. Moody, assisted by Ira D. Sankey. A splendid life story of the great evangelist's high, unsel fish service in the cause of fellowman. Published with the authorization of Mrs. Moody and the family. Only authorized authentic biography. Beau tifully illustrated. Large handsome volume. 1,000 more agents wanted men and women. Sales immense. Harvest time for agents. Freight paid; credit given. Address, The Dominion Company, Dept. K, Chi cago. 65-6t Good Meals at Regular Hours. Meal? must be satisfactory or travel ng is unenjoyable. The Santa Fe Route prides itself on its system of Harvey dining rooms and lunch coun ters. There are none better. Break fast, dinner and supper are served at convenient intervals. Ample time given for all meals. Shade Trees for Sale. For native shade trees Pat Young can furnish you any tree you want Now is the time to set them. He guarantees to replace all trees that fail to grow. Address Pat Young, East Las Vegas, Postofflce, and he will call for your order. 8-3m Second-hand and misfit clothing all wool and just the thing to keep you warm this winter, guaranteed not to contain any shoddy, for sale cheap by J. B. Allen, tae tailor. Grand avenue. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued use eiects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barbes itch, scald head, sore nipples, Itching piles, chapped hands, chronio sore eyes and granulated lids. Dr. fady's Condition Fowders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier nd vermifnere. Price. 2Snenfci. Soldbv 111? Las Tops Teleiteia Co.' Go ilamanarea and Lmcoin Avtf . Electric Door Bells, AnnanciatorSi Burglar Alarms and Private Telephones at Reason able Ratea. BXCHANGS; BATE8 OFFICE: '!8 pi-T Annum. RESIDENCE: $15 per Annum. EAST LAS VEGAS . N M I ,4 1' ' . . ' . --t I ' y . ". ' 'I i 7f . . r U . - 4 Fin "WEARINESS PAINE'S GIVES STRENGTH. Mrs, Mary R, Rubright, Hamburg, Pa,, writes "Thiee years ago the doctors said I had nervous prostration. stand when I commenced taking Paine's Cel ery Compound. After I was able to walk about, and after using three bottles I felt better than I ever did. I could do more work, and working was a pleasure instead of a burden as so many suf fering women find it. "I have since used Paine's Celery Com pound for neuralgia and sick headache and always found instant relief." Paine's Celery Compound keeps the blood pure, the body nourished, the nerves strong, General Hardware Dealer JirJei Implements, Cook Stoves, he-nges, Garden and Lawn Hone. THE GARLAND The World's Best Steel Ranges. Shtfi" Din Tanks a Scialf- ON SHORT NOTICE. 3RIDQE ST." - LAS VEQA8. N M A C. SCHMIDT ttanafaeturer of flaps.-:- Carriages, And dealer 1b Honvy . Hnrriworo, Iverr kind of wagon material en bud lai-ieshoeiog and repairing a ipecinltj GJd and Mam&narei Aveouai, Bait I etrat Blauvelt's Metropolitan Tonsorial Parlors, 115 CENTER STREET AND 51 DOUG LAM AKNCE A pure whiskey agrees with any food, in fact aids digestion. It tones rhe stomach, Increases the flow of the pastric Juices and so promotes strength and flesh. A pure whiskey 1'ke HARPER Whiskey. Sold by J, B. Mackel, Las Vegas, N. M.; W. W, Rawlins, East Las Vegas, N. M. 1 ' i V''. ' ' WN-M " ' ' ' j , . t. n ;' '):::: ft 'M eiery Compound I was barely able to taking half a bottle J. B. MACKEL, WHOLESALE) LIQUOR AND CIGAR DEALER And Sole Ae'nti for Bottled in Bond. lit i We handle eveiyteug in our line A complete illustrated price list sent free upon application. 1HB lowest Priced Liquor house lntneciry Billiard and pool room in connec tion, on second floor. JOHN HILL, Contractor and Builder. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing", Sur acs and i'latching, Planing Mill and Office, Owner of National Street and Grand E venue. East Las Vegas, fill fa i'BEWlBOITLt. ' t J V. , Villi H 1 tilt I AnkU c, fctuij., hi i. finest Cigars in the City Prescriptions Accurately Compounded ImI La WINTERS DRUG CO., "Plaza Pharmacy." Dealers in Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Patent medicines, spongm, ByringM, soap, combs and brnshea, ' perfumery, fancy and toilet articles aud ail poods ui'jally kepi py dniggiHts. 1'hysicians' prescriptions carefully compounded, aud all orders correctly answered. Uoods selected with great care aud warranted a represented. Solo Agents for the Columbia Phonographs and Phonographic Supplies. LasVesas. - New Mexico. m '-1 -"-T ---3 - - t . . Agua Pura Company WHOLESALE DEALER IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE Annual Capacity Lakes and storage in Las Vegas Hot Springs Canyon. Orr lot Is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to our many patrons. Office: 620 Dousrlas Ave., Myer Friedman & Bro. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Las Vegas Foundry and J. C. AEON, Propr., (A Mill and Mining Machinery built to order and r jV Repaired. Castings of all kinds. Machine j work promptly done. Agent for Vehster j J Gasoline Engine; Ilf quires no engineer, no j smotav so danger; best power for pumping and iPi'iitJng inrposcs. Call and see us. ran msmi-tivs T.uiTo eTiooue. - 1627 Champa Street, Denver, Colo. Las Vegas Hot A HEALTH Montezuma and Cottages. Mineral Springs Eaths, Peat Baths. Hospital, Mon-tez-ama Ranch and Rot Houses, also Parks and Extensive Territory. , ' W. Q. GREENLEAJf .. Manager. THE Monteiuma hotel at Las Vegas Hot Springs, N. M., has been re-opened, Visitors to this famous resort may now procure sumptuous accommodations at reasonable pricea. The Montezuma 'an comiortably provide for several hundred guests. Las Vegas Hot Springs is one of the few really satisfactory Rocky Mountain resorts. It has every essential the right alti tude, a perfect climate, attractive surroundings, medicinal waters and ample opportunity for recreation. The ideal place for a vacation outing. For term address the manager. In Mexico nn Departments Now Organized: F, GRADUATE SCHOOL. NORMAL TRAINING. . "r KINDERGARTEN TRAINING. - MANUAL TRAINING. Winter Term Begins Monday, January i, 1900. EDGAR L. IIEWETT, Prfs't, Las Vegas, N. M. f 1 0 Shop corner National and 12th Sts. All kinds of Blacksmithing, Wagon Work In f.ict. everything pertaining to my line. BRANDING IRONS A SPECIALTY. A share of your patronage eolieliod. Viu, V. V. We are Always in '.he building reason supplying choice grades of lumber to builders and contractors We are prompt in delivering 11 orders, and supply nothing but the best seasoned yellow and white pine and redwood lumber, shingles, and all kinds of hard and oft woods for building purposes. Al so builder's hardware, building paper wall paper, etc. Builders and con tractors will do well to get our estl mate before going elsewhere. h. o. COORS. 50.000 Tons East Las Vegas. N. At. WOOL DEALRRS, Las Vegas N. M. Iron Works Machine Shop. East Las Vegas, N. M. Smith Premier J 1 aDuiating ana . j, 'Billing Machine. An Ever Ready, Effective TiM and Labor Saving Dvlc ...for Premier Users. Simplifies Bill Making- and writing V fig ores of different denominations ia columns. It in no way Interferes with th. j typewriter for nsnal line of work. Th Cmlfh Drmt Tvnwrlf Ca Springs, N. M, RESORT. Mountain House and Annexes ACADEMIC SCHOOL. LATIN SCIENTIFIC. ENGLISH. COMMERCIAL 8CHOOL. 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