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TIIE EVENINQ HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N M WEDNESDAY, MAY G, 1014.
New .Store sumd New MsnmemeEiid Sale
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'1
HIGH GRADE SILK DRESS GOODS
' 1 'i i-"' I - i l: .'i ti " I.", no
" i""1- i.i i.aa Sl.Mi j r.o
' "' Hon, r, . , ..,.., win' (i i,i i., M ii i .1 ,i,,ri i i.iti-
llnil L',,t M,,e
EMBROIDERY VOILE
! ' I .7".' II II" II Ml
.an . .T.i
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINO
ii-l'i en"- .:. I lit," -.
l'4'- M'i'j H fM .7.1
CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY
i: '- 'i ii I. ; t v, I :.
.ii', .21
LACES
!; K'lUr I'ti-e .....a. ii I .' 'j ,.'n :i , Mi 7"i
Sith- I'rlif n; .ii.-, .on . .111 .ti in .an
1111. i.f , il.. ,111 I.', ,i. k . :n,;, 1 mil.. 1 v. imIkiiii: and lii-r,'-
iiik regular , 1, . :,i i.. in, . m.iii ti ).n. a-
" ' 1 f . t .', 1 $1.1111
""' if' .ij'j a .2.1 .a .r,ii
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
mhimit tiu:ie.
K. Kiil ir prii ! I ..mi 1 1 1 mi J 1 ;, 11 i.-i.ii
Hale lrl-r .2.1 ..In W ..111 t .7.1 9HMI
t.lIM Ns.
Il.milar I'm.- II 1111 ll.r.d J mi $: Mi :i..n 1 1 1111
Mile IVI.v ..111 .;a SI (Ml .2.1 I 7.1 2liu
mi 11s.
li.Riil.ir proe .7.". linn 1 1 .Mi : nil
Salt- l'rlf .an f .50 .75 91.011
I'ltlM i.HH H
ICguhtr Price 12. im $.1 nil Mini II M) tH.nil
alr l IHI glOO 'JtNI 2.2.1 f.ljtMl
MUSLINS '
Mil IT 11K 'I'll K I.' i' i.M-II-mil. ir .r li, mil.- .i 1 ih-
l-:."il.l-: l:,nul,.r price 12 '.. a.tie pre c t-
K.Vil.K- 7 -- lit-gulitr pli'., H; aula pine ,y-
Ml Mini II I III. K 111.11 l-I.KI'l Itl 1,1, Mil I IIV4..
Ii. Klll:ir I'l , $ 4 a I !
hnlf IThv a. .a.l a, .10
TICKING
It.KUlitr I'rlt-e v. AO I .25 f .-,
ah I'rt.v , . ,B $ .111
DRESS GINGHAMS
or Ai l- in:M i(irrios.
H. itiil.ir I'tl.e 1241- mill 1.1c; Kale I'rirp H'-
TABLE LINENS
ii.miiiir 1 tii ( 1 ..Hi 11 :- 11 r,n 2.:r
ha. lrtv $ .15 $ .115 91.05 9I.50I
MR. A. D. CAMPBELL, formerly of Roeenwald Bros., haying purchased an interest in
the Model Dry Ooods Co., has assumed entire charge and the management of the bus
iness will be under MR. CAMPBELL in the future. The entire lines and methods of
the business will be changed by him, and he intends to make this a strictly up-tv-the-minute
LADIES" STORE.
We are now having manufactured for us. by one of the largest manufacturers in
the United States, one of Ihe best and most exclusive lines of LADIES' FINE SHOES
ever brought to this city, and, in order to make room for this big stock of shoes, we
are compelled to close ut our entire line of New Spring Dry Goods, Ready-to-wear and
Furnishings, at prices absolutely less than factory cost. Our new manager, MR.
CAMPBELL, proposes to make such low prices on this entire line as will appeal to
every lady in Albuquerque and our store should be crowded to the limit every day this
month with lady shoppers who know values and appreciate buying merchandise at
less than cost.
Sale will start THURSDAY MORNING. MAY, 7, at 9 a. m., and last during the
entire month of May.
We list just a few of the many items which will prove that these are real val
ues and money-savers to you.
WAISTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
II.-K.ilMr IT..,. mi $j.2.-, j -,,i linn $i.r, ,,,, ,,m, ,. .
hl. ITI.ii .., 9IM ,j .JJM a50 f.liri ;l..
DRESSES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
II.-KMli.r I'm .. $2.i,ii .i.i.( I4...0 $r, no l-i ;.(i 17. .Ml 1 1 11(111 $.-n 1,.,
s",, l"rhv " l .1 92.21 92.50 93.7.1 91.7.1 9 I..1H SHI IHI
DRESS SKIRTS
It.K.llnr ITI.- j, m, I, r.O $.M,., $;.;,,,
Mil.- It-Id $li7J MiiH ,Ji50 J5 fl 5)1
PETTICOATS "
ll.niil.ir IT...- 1 Ml $2 2j ur,,, r,.ii to no rt '.'i
!,",, ,'",v ?! 91.15 9I .-WI 92.2.1 9250 9:t.OO 9.1.21
COAT SUITS
Ii. -Kill. ,r ITI'-i- $K. (iii 2ii nn 27 Mi ln n j-, m,
SHlr l-rt..' 7.5,, i,n.M, 913.75 91.1.0.1 9IT..VI
COATS
C.k'iiliir l'ri
Snl.- I'rl. .. . ,
.lono $12. Mi 9 1 :.) 2r..n
.9 S.INI 9 9.2.1 9 T..10 9I2 MI
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES
iTinn 9 to 1 )i"r ltfni,r ti,r 3,i, n.il,, ,nr
I'rom S lo 5 )nr Id-mil ir irl-r r.o.-; mil.' ,rl--
I r.un 9 10 HI .!- It. niit:.r it i- n.ilr prWv
Irm In 12 -i- - IIi-kuI u tl(. II. no; mile inl'C
2.V-
2.1.-
IK-
(MX-
I'mm M lo 12 )-nri Ki-iciil ir . Tlro $1 M', imle nl' C 9N-
WHITE DRESSES
IV.iin 4 lo )un H.nulii- prlii- ll.f.n; f. l- ,rl,--
II. Mil 9 l.i H )iiin-Iti-iiuliir rlvr 117.'.; nl. ii"e
I'r.ilii lii 10 fiin lii tiil, ir -n, r I.' J',; n.ih. pri-c
I 'r-i lll n lit 12 JiUf. - llraul.ir .rn r I.I imi; pii,. p,
II mil III in 1:1 rr K.-mil 1 1 ,n .- II no; milv ,iie
I'rm 9 1.1 1:1 t-r lt.-iil ir rirv $I.Mi, mil.- ,rni.
I'niiM II l.i 12 -ni lt.-mil.tr irn , ."i nn, tuilr in i e
t.lltl.s- i mils', I'llOM 9 111 lo ll.Xlts
ll.-KUlnr ITli-o $2 !"i
ShI.- Trl.-r 91.1.1
I. Hl'. ruin lo 1.1 in ).nr -11,-KUl.ir TI, ,. f I no. p.iIi- ,iki-
MIIUll l.l.llt MX 10 It I IN n:its.
It.-KHl.ir ITit- $1,011
ImiIi- I'rld- 9 Ml
I HOM 12 Til 20 VI.KS.
It-mii.,r I'ri.-e U .''
hli- 1'ri.T 91.2.1
91 a-i
91.11
1. no
2.1-0
92.2.1
92..VI
1.' :.-
91.2.1
91.50
nn
.00
l.l.ll-'l
9 1 .50
BOYS' ROMPERS
I'l-. 'in 2 li 9 ir It. Kiilar pru r. . bi I rli
2.V-
MOTHER'S FRIEND BLOUSES
Itrtail.ir .i i c 7 ,i . .,!( pri ""
. 5IK-
So many other good things we just haven't time to mention. Our store is full of
good values, all the way through. Come in and see us in our new ouarters. We wil'
be pleased to see you whether you buy or not.
SILK HOSIERY
III. At K. U IIITi: Ml T.
It'iiiiliir iiu- :.li-. nn I,. rl--.- v...' till."
Itl.Wh. TW. WIIITi: M l'lh.
Itiuiiliir ,'lni- ",v; mill- 1 . r 1 - IV
III. It K. TW AMI W III Ii:.
It.-llitl ir . r I--.. II nn; ,il- pn p .in.'
WIIITI , III K. TW. I'lXK M III I I .
Ii. m1l.1r iru - l t.ilf ,ri. i" T.V-
in i. t ii mi'.m:. i'Ink. i.iii i n. hk.iwn. vmv,
n:itl. AMI TW.
It' ii'il'.r -ri i- I1.MI. r.ilf 11 1 n. h.r
CHILDREN'S HOSE
at lli 1 lulu irl-i- .N iiiiiii.-r.nni l.i nMiill.ni.
YoNG SILK GLOVES-HOLE PROOF
l Will II!. I'.I.Uh WH iiim.it:.
It.-uiil ,r
smI.- I'rh
III.K'K WH WIIITi:sll K (MIOIIT)
It'Kulnr l-rni- 7i ; will- TI f
$2 :.i II :."
9I.U5 9
jTME MODEIL DRY GOODtS CO., A. B. Campbell, Mgr.! I
- - zz , " -, . . 3f
TODAY'S LIVE NEWS
OF SUNSHINE STATE
UIIO PERCENT PAINTS PICTURE OF
OP HIGH SCHOOL
ENTRANTS
CIRLS
Examination Papers Received
at Santa Fe Show that 1919
Graduation Class Will Be
Exclusively Feminine
POSSIBILITIES OF
FOUHHUNDREQ cars
EDUCATORS FAIL TO
UNDERSTAND CONDITION
Diff'cult to Explain What has
Happened to Boys in the
Eighth Grade Conspicuous
for Their Absence
oin IiiI I t-; ...i i
K.i.l.1 I V .V M ,
1.1 TIlP llxTKl.l).
M ,y i - Dx.iiniiiii-
!-. l-l r ffiri Hi- .-ikli'h nr,il-
' I i f il. u ht iie lhi. fur rn . Iwil
i s il,.- ,1, ...rt,u. i.t f t',1,1. itili.n r
I ti,. iiktonlHlilnii I... t Unit ninety
i- nt .f ih' Id luive ibi-8f l
. x.im nut,i,ni uilni.tHiiK them l-
li,t;li Ki'liimlii rr Kirl. Th report
i.i.iw.l cut Hi.- .,ir pnrt of the
h a,.-, intil i. lit ln.r,i i.-g of the d.'iiurt-
ii .,it i.t. n-tin'..il liy the Hiiii.int ti
I i iil'Mttff .,f boyg suc-.rf fully palm
nut il,-- xi, munition. 1li ri'iiurt
I.., i tl.f iui in tht- 11 nr.lu
t.1 tie ln-. in Svw M.-x:e,, h ull
n lii.i.U he ut nr.e ua In n j
I. rl Ii
ui..' riin. ml. lit Ah in N Wlilt r
t i ii.il i. .lav fr.iin l'n . Murft four,
I . '. ! h- itti.-iiil.-il I Ik ilui u-l.-iti.tl
,,,..tii,n Mi IVhitv a imt
H n nit., If thf .i.-fUMmn f.tr h rflfl.ru
l.i: ulii.h in.liulfd an mnuli:r
tlr..ii,:ii i.. .. rl riiiiin f. Tie illl
l.'i itrli! (,,r AII'ii.U-riiif in at-i.-i
'l ttif hiirinf in.H-iing tt,m,,rrow.
IHITI I, ItliM IF
I'NJiK!! NI-lVV M A VA'iKMKNT.
M-r.-c u balrwoM-a.
I aa raa Mf.
NEW MEXICO
Speaker at James SchcDl Com
mencement Says State has
Room for Present Popula
tion of Nation
(Sm-ImI llpat. Ii t Tlif II -ra,.
Hitnlii KfK, N. M . lii- 6 K,.iik-
IIIK ..I tin- linilll',1 . "TIIIK tli om,.t fx-
fi.-iM-M f thn An,Hin Jutn.-a arhirfil
"' niKlit, l;.-v. Iir. It. M. iJoiiulilMnn
l l.iiin-r, fi. lil ic. r-tury of lh
I'r.-l.j u-ruin mlsiloii arlioula, puln'.-il
it nn, I. rf ul piituro of the ,im.iIHi
ii. i.f Nfw Mix I'd. Afu-r tuliiK Into
tin- Ktutf'a viint undf Vfipnd riauri--a
i lie api-uki-r atitt.-.l thut If Nuwr
,M .-x hi, i-r,- n,,i,liiif 1 h .li-rii-ly ua
Inn. ulth K'O fi.ilu to the aiuara
null.. r woulil hn u piulati.,n nf
sti (,ii(i,(,i,o, or iiltiu.Bt that uf th
t'nUi-.l Stuti-a. l j rdl. t.-il a urft
luturM f. r ili wt.ii and ritpi.l cli- rl -i
, in . hi i ii i n.ar ilir ii.-xi fiw ycuri.
OF SOAP WEED OUT
OF QUATCOUHTY
Once Dispised Desert Plant
has Proven Valuable Reve
nue Producer in the Plains
Country
MANY USES FOUND
FOR HARDY GROWTH
Tuiiiiiicarl,
M
M.ty
SANTA
iS
FE POLICE
I ULrtl
n
II U I
It
I. Ilwr, Attnmov. frnmfi
Hu H 2nd Hi. I'hoita Hi.
T
THEJEAT
State Capital Putting on Airs
with its Police Force Re
quired to do Something Be
sides Talk Politics
(SM-tll liU,ai.li lo TI H.-rahl).
Santa l N Al., l.ty Hanla K
,' i i f r.-. fltfil u jt.li l int mkIii whfn
H- n i,.iiii.I liirmully or.lrrftl th.i
,..l,if fi.r.-r .f lh.a i-,ir to t,ay ItM-lf
with oihfr maiirra than wuia poll.
li a and (fl .limn to lltf iMimiif um nf
,, Ii. HiB Thr c ity waa dl1d d Into
iKilr heaia r'l PUin-n aain
ad to a h h.-Ht. id nolnnuitn la
in- rfitd in lxat hia heal reirii
lnrly during 4 ha twelve hiur ha la
on duty.
4 The
I nrf d,'ii! d "up ci-d." a vai ti-ty
of tin- tn t a. and known half a
duxfii iniiiun in He com iik-ii ol iho
fatly da 011 the fttntern New Mel
n o i-laiiiH, ho ( urn ,1 II a n im.ii. -j
uml.-r all of thin,, haa fni.it- Into it
oa 11. Ii luiM l--n le.-oiiniif .1 not only
aa a tim-ful plant l the I'nltfil f'ntfa
d-,ai lin.nl il uiirl.-ulturf . hul, 1a
now liunily liUfntiiiittum tti poi4,lii
lia, but II Iota iiiiiil- into dt-ini.ii.l hy
if 1 1. 1 1 11 lii.tniifni tutara. and In. J
prnved a r.-vfiioe priMlti.-.-r for t tit
pin, in fiimiiiy faniifia 111 Itiia and
oilier nt-arliy loiiiitit-H. wln-ii 1 lit 1 lu
rtady cuali provt-d 11 miailil,) 't.tiidy
thioK to hi.v., itroiinil.
In a ri-i f i l. Ut r to chief n ,..r
of lh I 1 1 1 . f tl Mtulta Iturt-.tu of plt.nl
Induatry. L.. I. Kli-infi-ll.-r of Una t-lty
liuoa aoiiit- int.-rt -1114 l;n Ik ulmul tha
"aoap M.-fd," uiiioiik tin-m tha tint
I hut inurv than 4uu lara hate In-cn
ahipi't-d out o yuay i-ounty durum tha
pual thr i-ar al an .ivt-ina'u lit t
prulit to thr khlppi-r of lluu a car.
The l.-tt.-r foliowa.
1 hast- thr honor to n knoa l. dKa
n-.i-lpt of your t-al.-.-im d favor of
, .Man h J01 Ii. truiiainittiiitf nif inoraii
' dum of 1,. II. lu-Mf). t.olitnnit III
jittttik-f ot f,f!d 11, vt M taai loiia. and re-iUt-at,i,K
aiii-h uddililioiiul inforiitatiun
ua 1 limy hut it-carding tha utilisa
tion ol tl,u urli-t of the yui.a plant,
know n l.y anoua nainea. aa aoap
'aerd, h.-ur aiaaa, atr.
I I r. ud tin- it port of tha tiotuiilata
.with intfreat. and llnd that Ihe prea
tut alliiulion aa I., markrt and uaa
of lite plant hn h within a t-ry lew
eafa hun undi-ikone a ftrfat fhurtia.
ia iintif 1 uilly tliirtiriii today from
that notfil t,y Mr I'ewey.
ny way of pi. I. ti e. I beg to a.iy
thai I uin not 'tiiam -tally inlereated
111 ihe H-ap dmiI buamraa, hut I do
f.-el thai em t,h h,ia liwn done lo
pi.,e that what h,ia ajwaia Itt-en
( I'.tttaiitf iftl a peal and a lilitat lit he
irottt'it rid ..r, haa nvilly htitte pohmi
I. , hi, fa aa a lfnn. e ol Una pall of
Ihf weni, not only ,. .initial hut 11, lu
ll I ly dfinonal ruled
1 Wlililn ihe Iumi ihr.-e year over
Ion mil of aou, wtid hate hren
nhippt-d out of Una founlry alone, and
the net relnrna ,rr tar would aver-
Iaae 1 1 an. itiiikina a rei.-iiue of amite
lliii-WM 111 Mi.' tlii.-r year.
And line ia from our county alone;
whllf prohaMy more haa l.t-on
lui'l'fd from Wiay lh.ui any other
foiliity, lift.tilM- of lo, .il rollil It loin
Il ih liiti-iri-tiha to fcuow Unit Una ar
il. 1, la r varu-ly i.f ,litiit aiown wild
"OT all a 1 til 1 1U.1I to nil nf N.
Dnuland ami 111a lie marketed lit a
protlt from any point eeveu or richt
iinlt-K ftoin 11 i.ulroail Kh,iltiK point
The ah, pn, 1 1, 1 of too taia from a
oni'le niiinty v. mid rather ludl'itte
that the tie x !.. pinent haa paaafd be
yond th- e xprrmif ntal Mn.:.-.
It looka iiy it MOinehi.,1 v Paa alitnk
a K001I lead, al.il the fait thai all of
til la hit In. 11 1 ... 1 1 u it t by a eiiiiilt, ..111
pany proiea li ,t they d.m't proposo
to let any or ,1 not awa.
It la prol,al'i a matter of patent
and aperiiil 11 ',, wlii.li will Home
.lu) paMt into f neral une.
While It ia Kenaratly und.-ratood
thut 'the pun, ii'ul um! of tha aoap
weed la in the 1, lunula! lure of ford
ai!r. that ia l, 1,0 moalia the prineipul
ua.-, and I in,, told that it enter Into
a tlox-n forniK . f naeful f.rodu.-t
lie of tin-, ia aoap. a um- that
haa Klven the I .til one of It popular
name.
To the value . ' aoap made from thn
root of the plant I can hear peraoinil
t.-Htimony. I.f. ,iir I ran aay like Iho
tramp In thr an, lent advert lain- tea
llinonlal. "I ui"l thla aoap aeven yoari
", and hae 101 uaed ny (oilier I
nap aini-e." 1 1 uy It by Ihe dollar a
Moith and um never without It.
It la not onlv .1 flrat t-laaa detetK'-nl
hut a aooihlntt id healinn enoill'. ni
A nil the I 'i ti n, tit of It !, that the
mole lathi r ii " on the hair, when
tiNi-d aa ,1 Hli" poo, Ihe ofter Ihe
hair when tlx 1 ilher ha dried Ot
if need on - - or ahruHx.n of Ihe
akin, the Ihl -I r the hither Ihe iilli k
it the cure 1 mlrely dirr.-reiil from
ordinary aoai I will n.,t lve the
1, heeauHf J am not
any hoil t a good,
uara, I .1.11 nam
have found It a mrt
ia In work horaea.
that they cure hur
uae of u wash made
i.-erated root of aoap
of water.
In the luiindiy, hy
maahed aoap weed
ub In whnh the
10 oak over niaht.
t-lotliea ure alni"t
lire very little rub-
flniif of 1 lie
heru lo mlvi i
Among nth. -people
here w -t
lr ahouhler
Kurmcra tell n
lift, aorea h 1
by hollint Ih,
weed In a kef
thera u'
throwing a :.
root irito i:,
i l'.l hep lira .
Hy morning ;
naahed. and ,,
bing.
Theae lire a
iiat-a of the '
weed or hear Kin. plant we huw a
number of potential revenue
Klrt: Kor fordaae. u !,., 11 by
Ihe ahipmenl of 4 'in railoail from
tht .-ouiity.
firci'nd- Kor aoap and allied 11 m a
Third Kor tattle ft-etl. when al
lowed to hent ill the pile. When the
IHiera In-Kin to ai.tien the flint ihma
to fall off I the harp apl 11 the
1 ml of the leaf. Thia euKKeHts poa-Bll.li-
tia.-a an ellaKi-
Not to iiuike UiIh fomniunli at Ion
too lotiit. I will 11, el.lv add that I
am goinii to make nn riiiif i.t on
my own 11,111,,, it to iletrrinine what
may be done hy ( ulluatliii; the onp
we.-d. in a town lot I an- havliiK
a numl.er of row aet out to he i-ultl-va
led
I don't know what will happen, hut
I do know 1 hat I will not make a
i-ent out of it myaell. The experi
ment, may. however, aerie to I, lane
the way to aomt-lhing uaeful, al
though It may not he in my lime
Ply In- the Itepiihlii-an nominee for
aeeretar) of ataie. 1-:. H. tTurk of
I'r.-a.-oti may be In the race for the
Kepiiblican nomination for attorney-k.-nt-ral
aa h- I aai.l to hae dfaT1ed
the I '-till .Moo",, herd Tom 1'ampball
i,l I'reni'oti will be a iHtididate fur
the lax 1 omiilifKloii.
PHOENIX MAYOR TO
'pw of Ihe doint-alh-
ip weed'' or "bear
graa."
The name of -bear raa." hy th
way. fom.-a ti..,n ihe fail that Ihe
pioneer ettleii. found Ihe fining,
lough leaf ,, the plant a capital
thliia for haniiiiig up ehunka of bear
meat t "Jerk n (he cahlna.
Hi il an, -il,. 1 ,M ,f aoap weed I
for rattle f,,ti During Ihe b,,in
Ing afaioii, ,,1 1 i win ut the lug
bloaaoma rat r,,."ialy; no matter how
good the paaiiiif may he. and. if by
' haii.e the I,. 1 in ml all Hie .oa
m m and t h.- ,,re allowed to ripen
Ih .ed. Ih,- , ,.a will eat I lie hard
llinly p(3 in winter, leaving , el
lent grit to K Ihelll.
Kitimeia it 11 mm that when ihev
ut aoup Wftil on their farina and
throw II, e we,,i mio pile where It
Would heal. 1 l.t'r -en would leave
good piialuie and t Ih aoap Weed.
So II will i.t .-en that In III aa
BE CANDIDATE
FOR SENATE
George U. Young is is Said
Would be Willing to Run
for Governor if Higher
Nomination is Hitheld.
I'hotnlx, May . Ueo. t'. Young,
mayor of I'hoeni. an avowed I'ro-
r.-aaive in the laal election. and
former eecrelary of Ihe (errtlory, la
now get una- ready to caat hia hat In
I the ring for th atate election.
Tha only reacon Voung ha not an
nounced hia candidacy before la ha
rauf he haa not dotermined whether
he will make the rare for United
1 Htateg acnator or for governor.
And Ihe aurprtaing feature of tha
whole huinea a thai Voitng la go
ing lo be a candidate for the Itepub
Hi an and not the I'regreaatva nomi
nation for either aenator or gover
nor Young la not on very friendly
term with liwlght II. Heard, the
hull Mooae bona, who opposed him
for mayor of I'hoenix and haa come
to the t-omluaioii mat Ihe I'rogrea
aive, pany la a thing of Ihe paat and
that to win he mtiat get Ihe Itepubll
ran nomination.
If Young de. idea In enter the Inn
for acnulor 11 la probably that Moyd
B t'hriaty will enter the primary
light for Ihe Itepubhran nomination
for governor, t'hrlaiy la a former
mayor of I'hoenix and Is a sort of
hair-way iTogreaaiv and half-way
I'roare -o,ie it (a believed that both
pa 11 ie woulil agre upon f'hrialy aa
a i-oiiipr-iiiiae landldaie for gover
nor. alike Ceeeldy of iliahee will proba-
OIL DRILL GOES
TRROOCR 8IC
SALT BODY
Carlsbad Drillers Report
Striking Rock Salt and
Still in it at Nine Hundred
Feet.
what not. with a atrong odor ami
taxi,, of petroleum That wax it
lu o'clock Friday night. Ity morn
ing the drill waa Bantu panning:
il, rough aalt, and wa est ill In the
tlrifNt kind of rock enlt at fr.il l.-ri
when tin- drill atopp.-d for l"rnl-.
The eample brought In ia r.-maika-bi"
Many aampies have been to lit
..way f,,r analyaia. There ate at
tinifa Iti.liciti ion of ,t,ii.t.iutu nit
rate, uhich I in itaelf worth foiii?
after, bfina worth niiont tin mi u
ton and at prea, n I la ktrcely inipori-,-d
The hlatory of big aall tltpoMta
in lOiit.'pe arid other pari ot Ilia
world allow Unit pf troleiiiu la in-ually
found iwi,i inied with Ihe aall H 11a
tor W II. Andrew Hnd l K Hi .11
well are II, .rloii e ueoiirag-,1
tht- 0 ol look, though they weir rath, r
eurpriaed at thn thlfknea "f tl,
unit bed Tha drilling Im ptoi e . ,1 11,
incfly at prtnet L
Cnrlaliad. May I. Hall more eult,
and nothing but aalt over there at
Ihe well the furlHliad (Sua arid Oil
compim, la sinking eaat of town. The
lt wit rlrwt atriick at 50(1 feet and
11 la Ihe aalt, rat kind or aalt. At RSO
feet the formation apparently wa
changing and at the k 3d-foot aample
it wua a mixture of lime, aalt. and
1 .mt I'rom 1 t and rricttual Cure for
lla.l t ohla.
When you have a bad fold you
want a remedy that will not only
give relief but effect 11 prompt arid
peitniinent cure, a remedy that in
,eannt to take, a remedy that ,011
turn nothiiiK Injurlou. t'ha,,,l,,r
lain a t'nugh llemetly in." la all th'-aa
le,iiireme lit It act n nature'a
plan, rellevea the l.maa. aid ivpe.t
orution. open the a." ret Ions and re
al ore the ytern to a healthy ton
dltlon. Thi remedy ha a world
wide Bale, and ran alway he de
pended upon. 8old by all drngiilhtH.
Another Carload of
F O 1FL O tS
I have mtt imlnadid atiAtUr farina A A T-A An.
j wuyeuvi VHI VUU VaV A Ul VI 41
' tomobiles and as a Special I will equip all Fords pur-
chased with Electric Lights without extra cost to the
purchaser.
Join the ranks of satisfied Ford owners-425,000
of them.
Ford Touring Car $G29.00
Ford Runabout $585.00
F. 0. B. Albuquerque
Electric Lights Free if Bought Within Next 10 Days
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Quickel Auto and Supply Co.
Phone 750
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