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TITS EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, IT. IS., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1914.
TITL : r-N ri U V ) ream PAnpnrin A pure, healthful, Cream of Tartar Baking Powder When buying an article of food you are entitled to know exactly what you are buying its quality and ingredients. II thU Information Is refused don't buy it Some of the low grade baking powders are advertised, but the Ingredients of the powders arc scrupulously concealed. . A housekeeper would not use a baking pow der containing alum if she knew It. It is well when buying to examine the label on the can. Unless it shows the ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it. Dr. Price's baking powder is abso lutely free from alum. TUGUMGAni HAS READY MONEY III THE BANK City Managmcnt for Fast Two . Years Able to Show Gain of $3,000 in Balance on Hand. BEAR GRASS CROP READY FOR PICKING Sx inl t nrrcnNimcu r to llcrahl.) Tuiunicnrl, X. M-. March I. The report of the rlly clerk made public during the put week, and covering lhi operations f the city government line April I'.lh, 1J, shows that the present administration In addition in giving Hie town II rut class govctii inciil. has been aide iuli) aome IJ.'hmi to the rlly. ruh ho la rue In I ho bank, over what wua handed for ward li t by Hit- previous nilinliii. tril lion, Hiring Ih. KHmc ierlod the clty'a entire iniluhtciliif.s tin. been wiped nut. nw equipment hut been acquired and th clly fnrr.il! Is id Hound nnanlal condition. llnHitn ti-twry Working. The local broom fur lory l In full operation nnd according to the man agement. Du re Is it atrium loc and iat di'inand for the product. The quality of the broom, being ma tic here I llml cliiaa Hid they are finding a steady and rapidly Increasing murk t throughout the. southwest. VlHt Crop IMika It-tambdiig. Farmera coming Into Tticurocnrl from tha plum, report thai Ihe wheal la doing well and thai (ha prospects for a good crop are better than for several yrars pant. There haa lieen Plenty of moisture Ihla year and the careful farmer I Inking rata to pre serve It u. Mr ua possible. tW. A. 1 n via haa purchased the PC m mmm m m MlV.tlJ VI In Any Form of Blood Trouble the Cure U Rapid. Aa atlnBlsMng reenr' af arlat ebw4 aiK4ilig t. il.Hy aruuKhl . our aureliua. And aut If .'I ail ik.-v at. riling rmlaoiUun run Id b. a'ried . t-rti ika.k!uu prli.r'l. itii aod i-iriiirj la J- IU.I wobib-rfnl rvmnty a .fr..nwa H. 8. ir neiil. rralUv k' tjui. kljf the .y.ieia K-c.hio iarvtM wiib ia ai'liia nd frtu.m. fruui uuillsevlrU ftHida can ll'I'illta aed laainlt. k-Jn.;. in. .;uiuui. ar. (rr, llilr.t, n ll- hiliijf, i-'r ua tullu.ed tT rh. aad nmay Init.tU'tk. vronnly diirii.Md aa I'ti'iaala. piiwuirx. Ibi. eobiiiiioa I. al aiu.1 umiHrael la all rllm.ie. and la quietly cpnNM by tbe aciloa of g. H. . 1h uinlliiu.l jrorll'. uf M N M. ar. ri'lalimy jux a. enemlal to w.ll balaared k-lib aa ar. lb. auiritlv. properilra of lie aiMit., grata., f.i. aud auii.ra uf aur daily f-iod. Aad If yon .ill !-ar lata f la mini aad f t t"r blood vad--r lb. diinlu.tlng lnfliea of . H. V. yi Ml Bo l en If drive ont Itow. Imnarlllra tb.l r.iiM Klfuiaailaui. t'.nrrh. Ktrrina. I'lia fWt, H-ilia aad tbla Mood, but yu will f"-l aio-ar Ibf tbrlil nf h'.lib that caa eaai. only from a purlnVd hlmid f rm l at a'rrpt aaililn( .It. la p11 of f a g I a.y an itr-ml'.a to tbe "Jiut aa Mood" rinlma of ttn. arbn would uvrlgi'a your k'alib tn inik. aa eitra amltt. M. f M enni.lni aa nlnerala. an emit dmm. aolhing but Ike Bt bee'flrlal kUoli-.l 'irnili g k. nr. aad rt .nil a"ll dipn.viiiimMit. O-t a fcot'le d. and wrli. for free adrlr ta 1h fift ws;lBe fOn Kl emlH H14?.. Afc India. (J. ! t school aecllon, four nilli a enat of Tu cumcari, formerly used by the guv. crnmriil experiment station. The Wumin'i club la preparing to nari.t the lown Timn reading room and also through t.'le pujllr schools . iimilai m elulilrhing a circulating library. Tha chamber of commerce la carry ing on an unlive campaign to clone ur .ts utilatandlng (ndehtednem. wllh fnlr Progress. The chamber la in debt bout 1310. ny agreement between tha city (oum'll and the electric, light com pany an undt-ritanding hn been reached whereby Tucumcur! la to have a much Improved street lighting ervlcc. Farmera in thla vicinity are atiln preparing lo gather bear grass. Hov aral meellnaa to arrange fur market ing the native gran, have been held during ha past week In various part ot the oounty. CID LAND MARK AT CIMARRON DESTROYED Ma well HuililliiK. HcaikiuartrT for Malic liiai'h Panwngvrn In Fairly Hays I Hunted. (aetal Ceeaagaaig ( ka n.ealdl ( lnmrron. N. M . M.irt h I. The old Mniwtll building here, tine of the landiniirkH of northern New Mexico, and headiUrtra for the .luge oa'h ea In tha iluy.n before the rallnuda. . dentroyed by fir IiimI week. Th building hud been cuniltiiuied aa un anfe and wta i-cuiied by wveral Mexunn famlilca who h.id received noiicca lu move out. It la Ktippoaed the lire atarled from a defective flue. ew IIiIiIkc liver Vrrmcjn. Illda were o( ncil todny for the bridge airoaa the Vrtmeju, one mile north of French, plana and mieclflrif lion, for which have been furnlahed by mate Engineer French. 1'he bridge will be llu feet long, aleel trtiiatca with concrete fPmr and abutmenta. Work on lha tirldge will be com menced at on re ir the event one of the bida la aceoplrd. The bridge will e filling a long -Ml want and la part of the I 'amino Heal. " Tha contract for lha new bridge wia let lo M. I. l4vy Construction com pnny of Denver, for a flat prlca of M7i. FINAL ARGUMENT OF NEW MEXICO RATE CASES IN MAY Judge Cowan. It-rr-iilalle of Ktate i ik' po ration t nmniiaKWin, lont klr Work on HrWf. Hulila Ke, N. M . March 4 Judge Cowan hag completed hi. work on the 1-rU f of the .tale corporation col n m I aa to n warding New Mexico freight ruiea mid Ihe brief tiaa been I Mod with lht interataJa commerce omimaaiun In Waahinglon where the 1 .1111 1 argument will lie held In alioiit two mnnlha. Cine month haa lifen given Ihe ruttronda to reiHrw and file a reply. The, elate corporation rommUailon will go lo Waahinglon to attend Ihe heerlnf f'liarlra lr HI bop Dead. f h i lea Ia fllahop. pioneer oill gen of Kaete Fv poaeed eway yea tirriiir of apoplexy after a residence, here of IhMy-olie yearm. ttla death ae gntli lpated. aa Ihe elroke auf fered Monday wae Ihe third. Funeral arrengementa ere .impended pending the arrival of daughtera of the oe reaMed and, hie mother, who realdee In l.liode l.lund. Kli;lilnei HaiMlrt-U Autoiiudillca. The reionla of Ihe office of Hlale Secretary l.urern aho' that up tn to day I tit aii'omol.tlea have Iw.n reg l.iered In the office. Thia la cor .idered a very lurge number fur Ihla I. ma of the year, for In the entire tear of ISIS there wre but 1.1 regialered. Thia year', reuird ahowa I hut the Forde and bul ka are the moat numeroue. Any electric fun can be convened Into .Invinfei'ling upparalne by lb.' live of a new device lo be attache! to lla flume containing a fluid ahlch la drawn by a wick Into Ihe air rur-renia. DAY'S LIVE KEVS OF SUNSK STATE HIND UiSPECTian THE PECOS Chaves County Horticultural Board Will Keep Close Watch for Diseased Tree Tail Year, MINISTER BRANDS NEW DANCES AS IMMORAL Military School Team Now Sure of Second Place in Big National Rifle Team Match eeelal rereeaaeeeaee the H-ral1 Roawell. V M. Mnr.li 2 The t'havea county board of horticulturiil Inapectora. coinpoaed of Allien llunny, Thomaa Pee and Itoger Clltoit, pro pone to carry out a clone In. peel ion of all orchurda and nuraerlca In Cha vea county during Ihe growing aenaoti now opening. At a recent meeting of the Bonre .Mr. Flio't wua dcalgnuled the oftlclul inapector for the aouih dlatrlct of Ihe county, and Jiimca It. Wllfley Inapector for Ihe Itonwell. fouth Xprlng and Kaat Onind IMuimh dietrlct The himrd hiia made a dii:m lively progrexalve alcp 11. i. year in caunlng an tnapoi-tlon of all nureiTy .tuck. Heretofore Ihe nurserymen hnve hud bul tittle awitHtiince In Ihla line. It la Ihe ptirpoMe pf the iMmrd and inapeclora lo cu-o rule with the ntir eerymen In deteiting diacaaed tree ol aloik Iniccted with pe.ta. Ho fur. the I'ri'oa valley hna been free from the dangeroua Kun J one t.ile and moat of the other peata and diaeuaea uaually aflllctltig apple district and by a rigid ayatem of inapoctlon It In hoped that the valley may be kept free from all other peata not already Introduced here. Miniate Condemn Mimhtii lanin. Rev. Henry Van Vulkenlrt-rg In hia Hundiiy morning aernon In the FU'al Methodlet church here aeverely crl'j vlaed Ihn modern tango and other uuncea. and alao cerium forme of up-to-date wearing apparel for women. He wild in part: "When prominent people, and even fhtirch people, will wear ccrtnln cula of clothea, indulge In the eix lul lio pnrtntlona of the underworld, and give thvae feature, thu ulliuclive rolee In noddy report.. II 1. no won der t tint the hiava and girla In early teen ugea are vain and warped and r ruled with the Imltiiltiig of Ihe forma of the dancH (hut the nmyor of Chi cago haa Interdicted, Unit Vale hue policed Ite Junior ball to prevent and our own Military Inattlule prohibit., and thui grvut dally puM.ia nnd peri odicals and educational, rcligioua nnd aociologlial leader, protcnt iiguliial The churchej and people who huve for long been pronounced agulnat cer tain forma of the dunce have been ridiculed and anecred at. bul never theleaa we are reaping the harventa of the white aluve trafllc. und the hor- rilile revelation, of many hliih achoola are. In a aenau. being turned into hoa pltula. "We e c In our high achool tl.iiui. t auch a comiiiioii tluit wnen our yuiiiijf people, from moral und religioua coii v iri Ion., cannot purllcipule In auch aiiiuaeiiic-tiia aa the luhgu plugue re (liilrea, haiiiiu upped aui iully. And iiiiinuiure young people girla Juat from the abort dreaa atugc put under the Inlluence of .octal pructicea thai only Ihe moat matured men und wo men of higheal moral alrengih ale at all en re In Indulging. Much UiIiivh uttr it reflection upon the coliBiuulcd In telligence of a rominiinity." Military to I tool Ulna Mttoiul. The N. M. M. I. rifle leant la now aaaured of aecond place In the nation al con teat which haa been Mugvd for Ihe paet aeverul week, uetween Hie varloue military In.ttuilloii. of the country. An ofltclul annoumement reached Ihe inattlule thia looming Uih I be local cutlet, had mm lu llielr mutch wllh .H. John, of Munllu.. New York, Kebruury :uth. The Iihuui .hot tt while their opponent. cnt only 07, There renin in. but one mutch yet to Jm ahol. Ihul agalnni the Dor denlown (X. J ) achool. eittH'kmen womltte- N a mini. Following Inatrucilona ol ibe muaa meeting, t'liuliinan J. U. Herey h named Ihe following alockinen to tend lu Ihe buaiiieaa ibiiliecled with tile preaeut agitation over tile lenae luw during the Intervening time thut the iioM'tluga are held: A. I'ruil. ltn t'uttlnghum, John W. Illiea, II. J Hagerman and J. I'. Uroaa. . lUrfiunil ewaH-r Kafe. The aufe In Ihe Morning Nev, of fice wua rubbed Hunduy night of auout til, and aa yet theie I. no i lue aa to who got ihe money. The man agement doea not know whether Ihe aufe wua locked fulurduy night or not. The combination wua eucceaaf ully opened and an Inner door pried open. Tiiere la eertoua trouble ahead for the thief if caught. IUhmI Hoard Orgaiilaml. The Chavra county road board hue been organlved with W. M. Atkiiieoit aa chairman and M. W. Kvana ua aec- . ret.ry and trea.urer. Captain t'harlea de Hremond la Ihe third member The board la conaldenng immediate fount rud Ion of a road acrona Ihe aunda In the aoulh and eaal of lke 'Ailhur and Hagerman. H M.rflicrV wH-lie. A cough nieilu In. ahoiild be harm leaa. It ahould be pleua-mt lu lake It ahould be effectual. Chamberlain' t'ough Itemedy la all of Ihla und I. the mother.' favoiiie everywhere. For h)o by all druggl.ta. llrary he Ilrary haiila. riione tit. 0 0 RC HMDS 0 LAS VEGAS Y. M. G. A. ti ni'i'in nip lb Santa Fe Railway Deeds Val uable Montezuma Property to Organization To be Of fered to Moose. LAW ENFORCEMENT LEAGUE IS PLANNED (eetel Ceir.egea.geme. ta the BereiSf Kant, te Vega. N. M . March I. Tho Im Vegaa Y. M. C K. now la tho owner of Ihe hundnome M'Mtte riima hoUd properly at the Hot Kprlnga. worth tl.000.0iiU. Tho deed arrived yesterday from Ihe general offb-ca of the Hants Kullway com puny la Chicago and wee forwarded at once to Ooorge II. Klnkcl, preel deni of the Y. M. C. A., who la In El I'ano on a bugincea nnd pleuaure trip. The hotel, with the hot mineral aprlngn and aurroundlng Irui'.a of land, waa given lo ihe 1. M. C. A. by the Huula Ke aa a free gift. The Y. M. C. A. waa aelcctcd ua the proper owner of the property, ua It la an aenoclalion not orgunlied for profit and Ua work te largely of a philanthropic nature, making He pro perty exempt from taxation. The Y. M. C. A. alao Is expected to be able lu nupply watchmen wllh little coat. Titlo having boen vented In the Y. M. A., the oltUtena now are In h poaitlon lo make good their offer lo pre.eut the hotel to the 1ai'uI Order of Moone for tine aa a national eanu- torlnm. Hhould the Moiwe not nee ; fit t locate the gai.atorlum her.. It le likely a committee of bunlneaa men, contributors to the Y. M. C. A., an I thua menilier. ot tho rrmtltutlon. will be aeleeted to handle tho property In a manner deemed for the beat Inter ,'Kta of the clly. It la poiwilile one of the amiiller hotels will be re-iopeneil nnd the both hou.e placed In repulr. It la lielleved thut a few yearn of ad vertising would attract many ieople to the Hot Springe every nummer and It would not lie long until the hotel property could be re-otened, being old or leaned to. gome pernon who run make K pay. Iaw l-ilori'enM-nr Icague. Aa i rr-nult of union aTvlcea held Kunduy night nt the Klrat rrenbyter i.,n church, when liletrlct Attorney Charlea W. O. Ward waa the npoaker. Ihe audience voted to meet on Friday night nt the Chriatlan tubernucle to orgnnlxe for luw enforcement. Par ticular attention will be given lu en forcing the law reiufve to Ihe clo. Jig of ouloona, gumbllng and the aell li4 of tohnoco to minora. The inwllng will be for both men i .r.,... ...... and women Anjone fntereated In Hie work auggcau-d will be welcome to ulteiid, any the people In charge. "II In expected that the work of the organisation will not only affect local condition, materially, but alao will have ntulo-wnle Influence," nalil one of the men I'UiWng Ihe move ment. F.vor nlnce lu.t nprlug Ihe Kunday cloning law haa been rigidly enforced on the Kant Wile due to the arflvltv of tiuurlcl Attorney Ward and Chief of Police Colea. W. II. M. Freem. and Waller Mr (llnney. the two men nrreated here Moiiiluy morn'ng on a churgu of hav ing utleiupied to fhoot a policeman In Denver when Interrupted by Ihn officer while engaged in robbing a houge. are est 1 1 1 In the city bill They are being held pending Ihe itrrrvul of iM.nver officer to take them to the Ci.loruilo cupiliil for trlul. Thn men huve expi-eawd u willlngneiai In ad mit their Identity and their connec tion with Ihe licmcr burglary. It la old. CATHOLIC COLONIZATION SOCIETY PLEASED WITH THE MESILLA VALLEY ItrprrMMilatSve aT llrganlaalltun Maya llln IteiK.rt Will Kent I m urn plitlou of the l.rewt Ham. (geeetal Cerr.Ba4aoe te tbe NereMf Kl Paso. Tex.. Murth 3 If P. J. Clchoxnkl, repreM-ntutlve of tbe Cuth-oIk- Colonisation MM-lety. finds after his trip to the Klcphanl Uutte dum that Irrigation funlltieg fur the llio tirande are satirfnctory, und tan be utilised within canteen month.. hU report on thta t alley will be highly lavorauie accoro'H4 to Btntcmcni. Me nude before leating for Ihe dam rial- urd.y iiki.i. Xfr I ... k .i.uli I I. . u li.a.n 1. u r. M L Inveatlgatlng coinlilloiig In the upper and lower v.lle). with vitw to send ing 100 to ;" lierniun-Amerl'UO farmers to coloiiixe here. Although he u not aulhorixed to clone any transact:. na with valley laud ownere, hm report will likely make or U U i UG HOTEL break the chance, for aecurlng a new elded to tuke no chaneea on the becta farming colony ill this section. He ' but will go Into dairying Instead has expressed h.mself as highly Many of the Colorado fui liters who pleused with the agricultural poant- have been growing beet, for yeara will hilliles of the valley. F-r the l"l lukj lo dairying thia year, aa Ihe week he haa apent mual of his lime prices offered for beets III Colorado Is riding through the valley looking at far from sullofuctory. Mr. t. It. liar land and learning Ihe facia about It. rison, who j.i.t returned from lave- land. m that thiMisumla of acres for- POCMr KAIJl. jinerly devoted to 'eela will lie put On Saturday, the tlh day of March, lo other ihm-b Hub year, till, at It o'clock a. at., in front of The tuo or mure tone of alfalfa the city jail on North Second alr.et, which went out of here Ihe pa.t I will sell one sorrel norm about D ' month waa an object Icon in lucal yeara old, will weigh about i00 farmera as lo Ihe vulue of ulluifa for pounds, white face, right front foot feeding. Hud this huy been enliven white, aome white on Ivfl hind fool, ed into butler on Maxwell I arms the Buddie marks on back, branded 00 Hie puid lor the huy would hate Ivfl hip. THOMAS McMILMMf. CI))' M4rliat. 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FOREST SERVICE IS EE promotinff Sales of th TA7efl ulw"nb a"S 01 Ifle Weea in Western Kansas anri Eastern New Mexico to Aid in Freeing Range of Pest Hettlera In wcatern Kumuia end eastern New Mexico nrc cutting nnd ; marketing gonp weed, or Hpnninh bayonet, to eupply the demande of jaoap mnnufacturera, according le a 'lrwii rmeiaij receiveu l rom otticem of the K.tnnua national foreat. There are vurloua planta In the eouthwent lt ully know n aa aoup weed, culled amolu b the Mexlcunn. but Hie one gathered by the Kdiinue farmera. tech nically known aa yucca baruta. a ape cleg with exceptioiiully largo frullo. hi the nioeg ueed. Thn noup niunii fucturere. however, ulilUea the lope or the roota. Manufacturer ure pay ing tn u ton for the plum ot the r.iil wuy ntiitlona. while the eatlmuted cont of cutting, drying, haling und hauling rungea from II to t. depending upon the diatance lo the rulliouu. hince u nun tun oriiiniiruy get ou' a ton a .d . .,.,h..el- ..r ik. .n"Am I -" " " :".T? 'ITI -- . i 1 1 1 . ... iwiuiv . mir duy'n wugen at u time when other ranch uciivtlien are not preening. After cutting, Ihe noup weed la al lowed to dry from go to o daye and then la baled up In ihe oiUiiiary broomcorn baling inuilwnc. Imllaiia Flrnt I ncil It. For a long lime I hi-, weed hue been made Into h aonpy decoction which Ihe Indian und Mexican women have ueed. particularly for wanlung their hair, for which purpone II la connld ered enpecially suited, aline It con tains no uiaall. 1'rceent-dny aoup niunuructurera one It for toilet und wool ai in a Ita qunliliea have lieen known for u long lime bin the lny vcating of aoup weed In Jtlbt now bo- coming commeri lully impoi tant. The Induatry la now operating on Innda uiljureni to tho Kunn.ii nulionitl foreni aud it la expected Ihut Hie de mand (till booii epreed to the I foreat, aome portlona of wlm h lieur an abun dant einrply of the plant. There In a plentiful aupply of It throughout southern Colorado. Arixonu. .New Mexico und Texan. ccil b .ViiKime. Fore.i oftlrei. lone coiiA.'iiered Ihln 'weed u nillauiice, alnce it la the an- ,"r'" 'W"1 "" extennlve una. .... Diiifi icgeiation. It In partlculurlt a pent on nl'H k range., lu line with Ua poliry or I unite lin proveinent, Ihe government la unxloun to rid the forage arena or ml auch In jurioiia pluiiln. und It la the hope of i ne foreat olficera lulu ihe commer cial' demand for aoup need will noon reach nuch proportion, thut It will not only take an oiheiHine unclean prod uct, but a I no will eradicate ll from arena which (ould ,e utilucil to bet- I " - "". i"r inr auppijmg ol tuf n.(.-u..,..n ,. - . t v mic hiiu anvep. . T T-T-w. ' UltUWIIJU 13 LIKELY Trt TIP I mrmm DROPPED AT MAXWELL (geelBi rerreegeeideaee te Ibe HereM) Maxwell. X. M . March r. .No Word haa come lo Maxwell I hue fur concerning the lull heet com nut., and many of the farmers hate de- grown into .'. For g Uii. call Hi M i urn. Phoae 17. IGOURAOlfiC THE SOAP WEED GAfalE ;if cook, crir Vc ' having; Hem THE U.K. FAIRPAMKSgY CHICAGO BIO WELL BROUGHT IN IN DUCK CREEK COUNTRY Initial Tent Shown liow of l.tMMl . al ii mi. ISf Minute- ArtCMlan l-biw i:noiiiit-reU ltilH II uw den n Silver City. (Sgeelal Caereepeageaee te the rl.ret1 HHver Clly. N. M., Feb. 2. Mr and Mra. I,. Gordon, who have taken up a homenlead at liuckhorn In the Duck creek country, fifty mil"-, north of Htiver City, were In town hia week. Mr. t Jordan In u well driller by trade and ho bring, newn of n wonderful well JiiKt brought In by Tho. l.yon In Ihul nectl.in. The well wae gunk to a depth of aomethlng like ItS feet and three different wnter bearing atratu were encountered, the water rlalng within twenty feel of the sur face. Two urteniun flown were .truck hut C.ie force waa not sufficient to bring Ihe wuter over the caging. The well waa touted with Ihe Inadequate fac 1 1 It lc. nt hand and easily mudn 1.000 gallons a minute. It la be lieved that when a lurger pump is Inntulled It will go up lo t.GOo gal lon, a minute. There wnn uiie)e a little excitement among Ihe ranch men In Ihul wet Ion over the well, for while ll haa been known for noma time Ihut there wim a strong under ground flow II wua not believed to lie no great an Ihe I.yona well hna dem onstrated. Many predict Ihut with greater depth an artesian belt will be opened up. The bore of the well la thirty-six Inches In dtumetur and Ihe largeat In thul wet Ion. Itlght T!ev. Frederick H- llnwden. Kplncnpnl blsh'ip of the diocese will preach end administer confirmation at the Church of the Good Hhepherd. next Hunduy, March I. nt 11 o'clock. The ludten of HHver Clly. working under the sanitary committee of the Woman's club, have been carrying out a wholesale cleuunp ciimpaign in the clly thin week with mnr ''Ilium renuPa In general npprarance of the street, and vacant lets. J. i 1.. lla viioIiIk. mnnnger 'of the Mountain Kliiles Telephone com pan v. and J. It. Flnh of the company, wer" here lam week to make final arrange uienta for estubllnhlng the new wire rubles In Honm Fe. These wll tuke the place of the unHightly poles an I masaen of wires hl h now sine as the cltv's telephone .vslem. Ward prlm.irien have been rnlle.l bv Huntii Ke iirogrennlvea for March Ikth, lo elect delrutes lo a city con- relieves rhrumatism quickly. It stimulates the circulation in tantly relieve gtilfneti and sore tic of inuaclti and joiuU. Don't rub it cnctrtcs. Kk.eai.lUai Nm RkIwimJ l an a It.v.tlins ni.n snl .Unit nne re.r wo I Unl nit with rhnmntuim and enuld not wnlk. A fri.iol r.coannvmlrd ai...ii . Ijnnrnl .ml II, ui'.nitt. tftrr I md it mr hn. wm .11 O K. .nd it Iim nver b.ahrrrd m. in . I tloo. k.rp 'ir I imnarni in lha Iimu. sad cry il wilU ate wa lb. loa. " ' Tiiem Uatmu, mi h4i.lrJ,m. tn. Rheumatism Neuralgia ItHfaear V.nkk.4 "I enffrred with aa anful .tigaeai le atf ls. Tti at ai.iil I esv. asv lvf4 . .ol rahoiiHI with SltMir. I a in own! siul Bie. a. it neni.s I titiid iinip..t af bt. I b.. hrma Mit'Ulied W'lh . Uail. ...r WlK ..'' Mr A. Mn J Jummiw, at Senlaei AaaU iUtmi "I waa ill for a long Ume tritk a .rlr pralilrd .Uklfc I g't . bnttl. ef Strnta a Li.iuM.ut .id bow I in .hlc lob. b".it anil c.a walk a area! dVal. I writ. tin. ks-tuM I tlnnk m dr.a a lot m4 erl It fen- potUu. .uch a gi. t.imaeal a im4 asvliM and I Motll aiwaya t.h. I:m to r. '-w.m'rnil Ih. Siin'a t.niiaM.at."alok UmwtM tt.mt f It mrm, t4 Sloaa't LlniBMBt gtvee s graleful eeoaeUoo of rotnliNTt. (o4 fur sprains, neuralgia, aorg tluoat ami toothache. L'es It Bow. At S DU Me. eed 1 1 -OS Sand fix Suwa frae has ea koaa. Addime Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, lac. BOSTON, MASS. J. i i' it 1 r ...i' ;i ,r a (1 ;!' s -II ' S V. K entlon for Ihe nomination nf candi dates for clly offices. NEW BANK BEING ORGANIZED AT DE3 MOINES Oinflnl CotrtMiidenif (l llcenbl t lien Moines. N. M Feb. :v It in expected Ihut the long looked for bank nl lien Molnen u 11 1 be upeueil for bun lne. during the coming week, the nr. R'UiUiillim hating been emnpleteil. P..itnii cupltullHtM ure behind the Inx'i tutlon and it !a expected that John Morrow of Maton will be the president of tlle hal'k ItMtii t oiirt at Cbiyton. Illntrl't court for Cnlon county will open hi Clayton Monday. March 2nd, with Judge Uelh presiding Juilae I.elb has Jurt returned from n visit lo Kxculnior HlirlngK, Mo. He will go from Clayton to Tucumcari to open Wuu couiily court April H. thence In Jlali n for Ihe t.'olfax county linn and then lo Taos where court will open June I. ItciMHji f.CMMl lluntn.on. The merrhanls of lies Motile, report business pinking up mid the geaenil pro.perlly. of I hi. part of Ihe et.He l now awiired for aiiotlicr year. WHh the abundance of molture already in the ground und with plenty more as sured tliero Is really no need for tti. one haling the blues.. RAYADO COMPANY TO . BUILD RESERVOIR NEAR SPRINGER Hprlnger. N. M., March 2 The Kayudo Lai ml and IriiK.itlon coiiimiii, under Ihe illreitlon of Hie Hagailorii Investment I'o. of Ixnter, will build a lurge reservoir on their b main Hun aiimiiier. for which bul. lire now le Ing received This .tntem will irri gate aeternl lhi.ioo.nrl ucien of land on thin valuable und produi'tit. luii' li, Mill Prei lb Ully M illed. The watir iiucnilon between the I'r ru'U lluiuli Cu. nnd the ll.ltu'lo l.nnl and Irriunlioii i "o. and th. ruuehem lit ing went of this city wun settled bv HgracMit nl l.ml week ul Hiint.i Fe, the pnrpori of the imiei ineiit will no doubt -lie grounds for the .t ile ciixi nuer's deciHion, which lie will rvinh r In a few ilats. A vein in oil" side of u new trying pan, which Is partly umlnl. direcK the odors of cookttlK Into the tot" ,und up the chimney. (