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T7TT! EVP A IDA IBTTO TTTB Q TJE, N. If., Y7EDNE3PAY. AUGUST 4, 1813.
Scenery and Good Roads Will Not Allied Tourists Permanently .f c. Jim- th ha. rondu- lint th Cltma Our f.f the most tnlctcs'.ln end lost r'p"rd ! he 1 it --l th hi hvav coniciilii.il in Aimi.iucr- eali .il iv avail ttliil 'f I-oul l!im. n l.r.ira.ln ti' ult.,rr.ey tel. :'r. Wll u (( Ba I. ' ritiiall.a li-IV ili..MUH! le-i-.h.d a hum' rr ft -urr-t ion on the uneaten: "Vv M.n.r with New Mexico T' Ha-vlIIC InnUBl'K, showed "' some mtea. i sum p-.1". 'f "- lie l,r,..:ii.!.iH tl IrtopIO n Ihcie. Am! he demonstrated that l.nitii-m, looKina, for home. "1 eoiiset.i to remain V rmnnentiy 1" Nw AC leu unul .New Mexico hit something to offer them. It ! 1 h rrriti th.it spur will tint permit pu.dicat.oti ,.f Mr. Wilwvi' remarks tn lull. In pill the speech in as follows so, I It w.-iihy i.l t.ircfut irusal b ewry 1 11, urn nf Alnunuernu and f the mt nntliu f'T the upl.uildlnK of th community anil th common wealth: It I imimiUm .t ,'in'v 1 attrnit the- tourist but In hold him a well Tourist ir important a t.uriil hut thev ur ui fur more value pr apei ill homesci ker unit hoim limkti. line of ! first rrscnimls l, ,( ru urn. good roud. !n I'uiIOiuk sanal cutd we should huve national assistance. "nut ao4 to.-.ili. tllmn' nml scen ery are mil sufficient to kn'ii louris'.a and firnspectiv luTiwrncri in New llnlui units man hum dim him part In innklnf his state attractive. Men t.f wealih iio in sacking hum lor their later vcar do n'l tl In New iVrxIcu. They mny come thrnuKh. they may admire the cemiy. Doubt ltw Oik Th-y may rnjuy the fl lir-dt of vur nviuntain. tx, with i.ul Uoulil. Hut thry look on utir till and fwna with thnr uniul atrwtn, watfr ihinic nulllc. li)" walka tiritron ltn wwiia lawria III krt or not at all. ami it.ey I'lfo in, bunting a In nil ul bautiful rltlo and luxtna. They au to ("uli.'.irnln or lfwhr. Thiy jkh-h .w Mi'xW'U hy j lth a Iwttir l;nsat nml aifticry n i licnutilul aa any. Ihut Is c all. It ' In not imly thiit d" nut 7-l th i tniirlMta and hnakra tmir Ih n.i'n of urnlth hu la rrttrinf tiuil ' -kiiiit a hour fr hi d lining yoaral t I'm our own iaoi of lhi flora. I'.o lo I'u Si Turn in uiul you unit inKiiy ri h foinirr New Mex.oun. Thr lan't on of you hre who. If yon had wealth and deaired to re tire from an Iv life, would aeek any town In New Mi tiro In whli h to iui your last years. There In riot on you but dreina of acquiring enuuith money, to lv th atute and o elii wher to end hi life. W hy la thin - .. ... .i iiiMi"e IrueT Kviry on who la bonert withj jj,n- n iiiuiMv-ii win iay m iieuiiiuv taiuur ni haa be.iuulu! rlllea and towns ' of tnwna uf 'Pie ir: Halnn, J Virni, f;int r. AllMi.iieiiU, lia t rii'.en, ltowll and othrrn, hut thnr In not on of lhin ho rtafua la at fixed Hint all of th advnnliiR cntiltl not be token front It la "-or if the h.irvent. Mnvv olitalned In thl r .y almopt'uny tithr mll town. Wr would unl" It th ireamit of oiip It lielnhhurhood. A down ner-niin-a and fatum ! hllli to aivn titi aetle iuim men. lth Ciuiilal eoiild tlii'ir we.ilth. HiK'h wealth would in Into any oti of th amaller ton turn buil; nilll. ern I fai-tori, miisn- amund Aluiiieriti or lewher and t.iln nnr rrnri ! i and i hoola. Then In a weor of yenta nik II th lead, ar thliira w cannot do and thing in rliy uf th lat. ' Helen or Wnitun hh'h, if w conlinu ti'ir pivaent Mound. Klnoon ur lsewher. It mut ii.iihnil. we hnll never do. A conn-tera not. A do ten men with capital, ti v amh a Ihl ennnot ti rettled lik nry and biain could build rtly, tho alla fur'.hr et wher le and ht la more. It lll oo dun. ih,nr who took up hi farm fould Th trmibl with our town, la trut r-l"e rri.o th first year. Into ihnnejth e.,il hnv ln et In mold and atnte th -nan t urn who hud no h' j oun haidrticd. They hnv J'.veil along but hi hnnu and his Inrtunry to make hi iliu- lun 111 world. Km h men. for the moot loirt, would ntiine In NVw Mexleo. W nr deienden Ul'iin capitnl to unlock and devlnp our renource. II la useless tu try to sell Irrigation bonds in New 1 ork. thousand of mile aw.iy. Th lnvt- them to net out of It th .nselve, or fur other to et them out. Tim re sult U ruin to li that the class ut men of whom I speak will . build town lvhett and the towns that ar now in th lend within twnty year will In l) proliabllity rsune to or ar ausidi lous. Tliey hnv not th o. ,.w Mixloo I an undewloned lime to n.imlne Inta the project and I domaii. I er thine la befura It. tta see ir their money i honestly l '", cumin ti.nn ar not fixed. TMn nr end ao Ihey wlsel,- le.ive It aior. j m ft pLunit. ,itti. t suuld b with All thla would r rhanyed If men th aVentvst enr t hut rlllea ran b of means wera locuied amuuit u. Vn built wier n,,w tner I nuthltiit nut of tht kind settled U Anaeles. Pr.(,iwr. If th to n Ihut r now IHi eu and other California loan and j ths lad nirnt tn keep their posl thelr wealth P. ad th land a p.-irn- t:,,n a n ,p B..s.,,ry t throw off illn. Jlitd any othr method binilo lethnrity that now hold them In tried II would today have b lilihrall.- W hnv aitten Into the hiibit lenert. New Me'leo h.ia teen settled I n innrTana, poi u tirmpo, too murli Innser than California. It I nearly a : "Inniurruw ' too much "pretty limit." Ihe.uan. miles eloT th othrr aet- v ar letting, the ..lden atrenm of tied aectiun of th euuulry. It hi I migration piisa actims our stalo and a better rlimat and JieLter a.-enery. not a ainel trickle lon to lurtlllce naturally mora attractive, and yel our deserts and mountain valley. We merely fiar.ilth highways lo bear homeseeker. not to us, but past us and away from us. and we will re ceive none of th benefits. We are ultempi n to attract aKrl rultuml settlera but for the most part to make agriculture a success, we must Unit IrrlKute, and ar vainly trvlns flu Mtlr,icf. iHhllnl f... Ireu.M. aeklnc a home floe, not want to live,,,,,,, ereu. If we would oeautify arnldM such aurroundlnit., and halour ctlor rkh men ,,, .,. is more, n wiu not oo It. Jf yoa ....,.,- ... ,.i .. ,v.i. i,i . ,i suthlnc haa been don In all these urs to rhar.xe (his condition. PuildlnK clrile drives or nny othr drive or road or highway will never chanir It. The tourist will com but he will Ho on na long as h sees rilien and town with unpitved treetn, Krown up with f eeds and no nltempt at beauttncfition. The mun xf wealth j tlsh to attract him yoii are rompel j led to appruxiimite the conditions he ! demand or he will pan you by, j eiur cities and town ure In their , present rondlllun because thre I tl. ! ways a la rite da In every town who j are afrnld to Improve because of Uixea and the result I thesis, condi tion perfiKt If yuu should aak me how I propor lo make our loans, -tmciive, I would answr pave yaur streets, tut your seeds, and shots; our dot. f The weeds and dots can b oltn rid of with eomparatlvely little ex pens. Th paving proposition U on which rosta Ih money. Mention pay. Ins In the average town and every one dodges. It , the same with every Improvement. Thrre is a rlas of clt- every town which object, to every municipal improvement for th New Mexico h.. n . " "-e- ...sn o.v. si... . . " I these r'"n in nsiure wily peoiiia ahnulil peopli leaie Ntw Mexico fur t'.ilirorr.la ? I know of none. Th sea may uitract hut the mountain alou uitract, and In ruy opinion, I lie niouiiliiins are the more attractiv. o yuu not see ten moving p, lure films with a inuuntuln "utiiuiuiu kj every om- wit It ' an ocean uni KKrounu 7 I Uka this to nu un that th niovlngt picture men who business it la to know the like or people, liuve concluded that moun tains r more attractive than the a. Much more poetry has been written atuut Ih mountain than ubout the sea. From the most primi tive times euvng mun lia been awed oy mountnin fustneaaea, they huve aura.ted te.y have repelled, they have awed and Ihey have inspired and ever haa held their Krlp on the msiKiniitions of men and their coin- priii ii, pWsr la n strung today as ver. Men love their cool aluidua. tneir varyln shadow, their breexe am the eternal snows on their euin mlts. Colortdo, in spite of ta for i.icl.iintj winters, haa built lurne cities on scenery alone. We, with eiiual a-enery and Infinitely belter climate, iiave acciimpliiihed littl-. Why? The leason la not far lo eek. Wn have built town with n Idea of develop ing; tiielr beauty. We have simply ueep a bunch of trader with nothing further In view. We have worked our unices, our atore. and on our ranches and we have never thought ' unyunn else. we huve gull through the drudgery of lile nml h.n, lost II btter part. All the poetry, an tn tienuty haa escaped u. It ba been unapprt-cluted. The moiintuin lops ar brfur but we haw grov t iieii in un uirt. v have been men with stomach only without the higher laciilue det'elopeil. The high and th henniiful Imia not attracted lis. Wo have pansed Ihein by. Aa n r- till w have lout those ihlntrx which make life worth while. Un have be com tired of It ourncli e ami eucn " us is merely striving- for a slake, : lul lo move. W are koIiis where other men have built cilics nml beautified them. We nr tired of roughness and s-ilialor. Tho condition we have allowed to exlut In New MiXuo arc tint neces sary. We have l,roiu;l.t them Lpon ourselves. Nature has done hci rhnre. Man ulone t at I , ill. l ! v. mg and krulibina- we h.iv- nu rl unc i' our gretiiest UKe.s our iliinuli: ur. i our aienery. Il.nl we lnuuiili. il our iltlis and towns .i r,u ,,., il.mk many iieuple who hm-r through Ih winters In Colorado f-Vruu- niul len ver miglit nut now be !ivlnn in New Idix'co? If we had three oi font binuliful t llu in thin slate and hud Ihein well advertised do yuu not sup pose that some portion ul 0e gn it araviin of tiavcllcrg iln,t early make homes in California would Mop uiul abide with uT !o yuu nol auppuNi Some would huve pref' rred the dry ool nlr of New Mexico to the fugn uiii.' luista of the I'acllii' coam? New Mexico hits oilier resuurcel than climate and scenery but these Iwo ure the key which will unlock I he gulden Ireaaury needed to develop all Ihc othci. We have t.ilnf.ill kuf. ri lent in our mouriluln lo Irrigate urailuallv all the luud untaili- lor iigrlciillure, hut we cannot bring th water lo the land Im-cuus we Ink money. If our towns were filled with weullhy men who had rv tired to spend th sunset of life with us. It would nol ,n difficult lo flnonce any merit omnia under taking;. Money would be nl hand In abundance. It would build our reservoir, dhc our ditches loiietruit our llrUsi ami (il.u-e water um (i Mhicta would lHU.il with will keep people away. There probably never u a greuter error than thl. When a man worth hnv l ig come Into a town with the Inten tion of making It his home, doe he stop to innuire about taxes? Very seldom Indeed. What he does do is look. urouivJ n.nd m Klut.knii have. If your town ta hrautllul and attrac tive, f It ha well paved streets, pretty lnn and attractive home the rhanceg are he will locale. Th man worth having know thit liiew thing cannot be onlnlncd without ex. pense. If he wanted a chenp town he could live in any vllluge. If jou want lo llv in J'odunk you enn do It at 1'odunk prices but wou will have I'u dunk nci-ummndutlons. The man who wanti the good things of life mill de lire to live in a lle up to dale town Will be Willing to pay the price for uch privilege. Kuch people do nol make Inipilrlea about taxe. They are lnti rctcd In seelnR what you have fur your money. If y.iur town looks good they will stop and utiiy with you. lMd you ever know a limn whose pen. pie were constantly afraid id taxes, forever afraid i of spending a Mile vrlop irrigation project. The next few years. In my opinion, will be a xiiKlertully prosperous per iod in America. CoiiKtantly men will be retiring with wealth, tvek'ui plm ig lo sjied their ilc lining year. Nature Mas aifordid New Mexico with a natubrioiis ciimato und bvuutlful enrry, the background for such a hum as such a man would want, H i left for men to build clue which will draw and hol( uc humextck r. If you will iinprove your towns '. y th sale of long; lime bond, while you arc doing It your merchants will double their business. You will at tract laborer to New Mexico, in creasing the population and increas ing the number of people with whom your merchants will do business. That is not all. You nin sell your prop erty at a large prollt to the prop. who come tu dwell among yuu and let them pay for the Improvements. They will be tflud to do it. Three will bo the men who can furnish Sour tapital to develop enterprise. They will irrlKiite your Inndn, they will be good ciiixcn and will improve your cities in ecry way. Humum-sh will be oc tier. They will build t hur. .ic. beautiful Hi hoots, public buildings und will help tu pay uno vmiiciiu", ttl,d in the end you will hid the lax.- no higher than now. Yuu will have greater wealth with whl lo Hiixtain the burden of taxation. You will have a town wliii h you will not 'Aunt to lea mi when you grow old anil you utll ccntlnue In it luMau.se of lt beuuty, II society und lis pleanuut iuiioun.1 Initii. This jxissihillty Is within the ren.h uf any, vhy nut every, vllli'Kc In New Mi'Xit o? I ur population is now lui more than 4u,uiim. 1 believe tome nu a- befurv me will liie tu see It live llhlc :ih wreitt. It inu'j Hi,ii hrii.ii.,n I .. ' ' ' ....j ii..n? iiiai in inn riiti may In-, oiiio a lur ge tunn. Cer tainly all tin. I... which urn worthy of the op portuiniy will become such. Those The'Jilarketsl V XCv York WiM h I'vcImiiic. New York, Aug. i. 8pclaitic In Wail street moved upward today with the same inanity a heretofore ilc pit Hie sluxOolnw's of the railroad IinI. liuyiiig uiiglmiled largely with the profcmiotjiila, i,t m scope of the demand liidictcted a lively outoide In terest. Cluae! American Pngnr' ftcrtnlng. Kid. Aruicomlu Mining',- Tl. Alchlson, 101 14 Chlno Copper, tMi. Northern rncic. I7'. lie, ting, lo. Houihrrn I'm. ill.-. 7. I'.ilon rniillc, U'x'i. I'nlled Htate Hteel, 7. t'nited Htutes Hteel, preferred, 112. Clilcneo fW,rd of Trudo, ChlcoKo, Aug. 4 lilack rul r"!pi ports becoming more iiumerous " (A3 th wheat market today a decided iK? upturn. ipeiuiig' pi Ices here, which ItM rarifed from ,v .uf to r up. were rn folluwcd by n gpneral iidtuiicc to well Q ,'lbov lust night's lev1. til The close was nieails nt I ' to 2 rv TfJ'-o above last night'.. M Almormally cool weather mfolc th J corn market firm. After xinlni: H t(J ti' - i,i niKner. io. hiiiikpi w u modcratp further gain". The .market flnmhed stcad.1 ut 1 "j In I to li lr net advimce. fiats rone with other kraln and a n result of rains Interfering with the hnrvest. i I. " WhMit Peiit , 1 . ( 4 : De. l n. Corn Hept., 71c; tree,, rite. nils Hept., t:Vc; lec, 42c. I'ork Sept., I3 If.; (let.. Ill HI. 1 latrd Hept., 7 cl., Ixti'. I'lhn Sept, I'JHU; Oct., S.7. ' ' - 1 ; 1 , , Knmtaa fhy Ihmlin'e. Kansas City, A'ig. Hultet, ami poultry, unchanged. KniwnH Cliy iraln. Kan'a Cltv. Aug . Wheat No. 2 hard. 1 1 .2 1 r I 3 : No. 2 red, tl.l'i ri.-u; nept., 91.111-: iec, i..in-m-ii ,Mjr is. iM CornNo. mixed. 77 fi 7 7 '.: No. iM mix wl , 77c; Sept . 73c; le. ., Sl'.c.jtjj Hals No. I white, f,:ir; No. 2jM x. d, 4:. 16e. Chicago l.lveitiM k. OhlciIKO, AUK. MoK-- llecelpt is.iruu; mnikei wuli, f.c under lerduy's nverage. Hulk, ii..".:.'o i.J" light. $7.2)xi heavy , .2Ui l.ih. pigs, Iti.Tln 7.7r.. Cnttle Itcceipm. IS.Onn-. market easy. Native bed utile. It JO'u 1U..I"; western lleera, i l S.2I.. cows. I3.2tii !.2i: c.iIms. s .111141 1 1 r.u. Sheep Iteceipti, 12. null, market steady. Sheep, fii. 1 11 41 ''; blioOs. t . 7 r, 41 d .4u. Hulk, IlKlll. KaiP-ns lly l.lvi-rtiM t.. Kanwis City. Aug. 4 Hogs celplit, 4..MIU, ulalket weak. I li. ",l i.4: hcalv. Siilii I i $7.1.',; pigs. $ iu'o 7. "Ml. Cattle Kcceipls. 7.1'i; maikel Sleltdy to mruln, I'rillie fed sleets, t'.i :,u4i iu.uu. we.iti-rn siccri, li.uu u 11.7.'., COWS, (I .'.till J .'',, heilcl.-l, ii.,., l !l.r.'l. calves. I 'i U' I 'I - ' Sheep lie. eiptM, '..ooll ; market steady. I..1111I1S, v:.'ii nu; ye n linn lii .'.UH 7. in, weibers, J'i .-' 'n ' '" ewes, $ii un i ! '. 1; elockels .Hid leed ers, i 'i.!5 l . .' IX'incr I 4i"-Iim k. Ileliver. Aug. 4.- I'altle Ueceipl -. :i"ll, market llllll Heel el eel 1. 1 . no il l '.; cows und hell, im, .. an'o li.r.n, calves, $1 .11111 I" Tin. llogH - Itei e.pls, aim; market shad' lower. Top. I,..''., bulk. :"7".. ii money t beautify th to n. that ever j thai n.ill'e whereby Ihey may grow amuunted to anything? Look at the , a;.d Unit prepare to car fur the lutir. villug-ea over the country. They ure I lt wili ail lie ome large und prog- all Inhabited by people mho were afruid of taxe. Hut here und there, fur no apparent reason In nature, a lurgu town Is found. In seeking; the caime why it became eui-h you will find that nl aom time In Us history It had a hunch of men who were not afraid of spending; n lull,, money, who were not cunslatitly nlirl-iitirig from taxes. They were not content to have the water drained off by the gutters nlong the sidewulk, they were not satisfied wllh wee, I gruwing ln the sirecin. Men who desired paved streets id eb.tri- lii:lit who thought in ol f coinfort and tienuty Ihan dollars. The result ha been a m.is-nlllcent my. I, hn iiImo iieen ' 1 h good biolneMi. The men who tiavi done tn a a rule, have wealthy, while a tax fearind nas remained forever poor. I i-ecenM visited my former home In lowu. Thirty year ago there Here l wo town ubout fifteen mile, apart. They were about the game size, !ie of I'lei, I feared expense, did not Want high taxes. Jt wu u burden upkn tho people and would b a handicap to enterprise. The oilier thought differently. It was improved und beautiiieil. The streets were paved. I per. no.. They can never do it iu nx- ru ulture ul Hut they cun do it thmiigh iii iaIiii; t In ir town attract ive 1. 1 the loiinst u ml home aeekcr. Agricultural and olher devclopmc nt will follow this tin nntuially ila day follows the night. Till'. II ST TIIT TI.I.I.S. Tin- Til of Time. Many Alhiiiiucr. iiio I'eoplc Hun- Mudc 1 IiImj lent. hei nrrie llaigcr Year ago this Alhthjiu rn'ie citi.i'ti told in 11 plllilic .tiitement, the belielll UciiM'il Irom lioun's Kulrioy rills. statement Is now cunlli rued tie testimony complete. Instances like thia lire numerous. They doubly prove the merit of I..un s Kidney Tills. Can any A I liui, lie r. ill reader demand more luiiiiri'ing proof'.' its Aloii'tticrijiic tcsiimon it may be Invi silgatcil. Mr. K. Adair, S.'J Hoiilh 10, lit h street, Alliuiiieriie, says: "1 had pain it joy buck In Ion my shoulder ulaili s When I wus on inv feet or walking ulu un!. I dlda't feel the trouble bill I mi iniiiuti) 1 at down, the pain I 4:a a. me box of Dunn's Kidney l'llli roiighl relief. I know that lioun s 1 m Sheep strong. It -IptH, IH'lie. ille The former town today Ik ubout what 'Kidney I'illa are Just ii Hood m they (Statement given it was thirty years uuo und Ih lul-1 are cliilnu ler i a beautlfv.l city. Idled with rich letired faniurn ho hove built mug n.ficriil homes. None such ever go lo I he fnrmer town. They do not seem tu be ulruid of the higher taxe of the other, Ther is no greater mistake than that people will go to a town because the Know mm low tuxes mean poor coinmodiilloii. It mean muddy sireeta, ceespools, mosiiiltoes, tlies, lilih and u thousand olher thlng iiii y ,i :i.,i " " . iii-ii w, mull ...iw "'le a success of llf o arid amassed Rl , . .i,N,"i.".t. nuiu u .. .ripeterice he desires lo puss hi, old' W '' " INM, Msl'l.xS ne nmong plcusunt surroundings, lie IMX TIM . AT II l,r wants to forget the muck und ll lh of (MtH.IV li I'llK I s. ) l)V M the village where he iiciiulind h,4 MIII:VI I : t -L' t . IV. . ill l to lie January Ul, 11107.) dVKIi SIX YKARH l-ATKIt Mr Adair said: "I use lioun'a Kidney 1'llls occasionally a 1 tlnd need of I hem and I ulwuys set ipin k und sure re. lief." lrlCM f.lle. at nil ilealcrx ln.n'l taxes ar low. They , fr klll,v r,.1(1(ly.. K, lioun'a Kidney Tills - the same that Mrs. Adair ha twice puhlu ly iii i.iii mended, Koslir Millnii n Co., Clops., Iluffulo, N. Y. means, and pcnd his latter days trior pleasantly even though It may cost him a llltle mure. He Is willlnii tu pay the price und ho has the price lo psv. Klin though men were will. in to nve m cheap in kept low n. FTJNEEAL DIRECTOR AND Heir wives nr not. They desiri. com- New Visrk Money. New York, Aug. 4 - Men atlllle paper. 3 ' l 3 'v per c ut. SUiy day lulls. 4.712a: .uinand. I.7. liar silver. 47'c; Mexican ilollus 3 ',.'. i lover menl bond. Kleiidv ; r.nlioa.l bonds, firm. Time loans, firm; sixly day lull'. iy ii 2 -vi per cenl. Call money, steady; liliih, 2 per c. nl ; low. I t per c lit. New 'lk Metal Mai kef. New York. Aug. 4 -JVppci mar ke ,1 nil v. Ilecllolvllc, ! x M. Iron - M.nrki I steady und nm bann ed. Metal ex. hance iullcH Un e.o icr. :t', 4 ,i i.T. At l.olnloii. Spot copper, i 73: liiiutcM, til, I 7 lid. l.'.'tiop.'. . f -i 7. spoi i in. 1 1 :,i'., ."a ; l ui in es. ; I ' I v. A lit llliolU , iTja. c ork lead New Yoik. Aug. t. The chnimc ouo,- I. ail ol lei ler. ii"l nnuii il. Al l.oiuloii: lead, i.:. I.N, d; s Ills. Melal ex- d ...oil . spel. Iter. C'l. e York Coltoll. Ni w Y"ik. Aug. 4- Spot i. ,11. .ii, market slcolv. iniddliug upland'. 111.. HI. Sail-, I'.n bales. SI'. AMI. I s Tl'l i'l'ltY 111 t.S, Wl. 41 tlJ .MI, V all Ho, Al' I'Mii it s iiwkin I'l' si i;, in. 31. Y. tiOI H i:. "Jlead the Evening Herald'i Want Ads Get Results. Try one F. Crollott iorl and gai.il. ks allon, We hae beaiily and of expense will liuie if lllelr It re m cum ,1 In New Mexico a, uurnutr EMBALMEE. 4 IK, 4 20 Soiilli Nritmil St, I'boua Us; ut Niut TboKby to SucccsnuIWint Ads -Road ourApcrtT7?or7ts Roorn-llourof to-lt ads Tbayll Open tho Door.to just wiyvt you want. 3j TWO KINDS OF ADVERTISING A to Merchants ADVERTISING PLANNED to GET YOU "RESULTS" THi: lil.UALl) I'.RIil KVI.N THAT NO ADVKRTISINd WILL i'av a rrr.LisiiKit ai iskin'o iastixo s renews to a ri n licatiox, r.u:xs mi: m rimsisa yvA'.s'r i'i:tvi:s rimr iT.inu: to Tin) ai :irriHr:u. with this nn: in vikw, tiii: lir.KALi) jji:lii:vi:s that it is thihu dvtv aw thi: iTiiLsiiKits of Tin: m.KALD to eo Oi'KitATi: in i:vi:i:y pos- SI liLK WAY mil Tl I K Sl' 'CKSS OF TH K Al V KKTISKR. A nut-fill nn:il vhIm of a hiiihIh r uf lni'or uiul Kiiiiill iiict cHHrnI mlvi r tist'iM in Alliiiiit riit' wlitt tiii known tn 1m iu;il,iiio pnul kIiuwh lluil tiny iikc tlirct' iiii'tlKitls in tlii'ir tnlvci tisinir. Fir! I'liK iiio liolit iiit'ii liiiinli-o' nml sliiii' wl'Yiif' lrt liiiiil tln ir inl vcitisiii. Sct tiiiil Ti llinv; luiltiinu lnt tin' ti ulli in tln ir mlviTt iwini'iitR, Imilil iiiK up iiulii iilnalil y nml pi -rmtiiiiliiy liy ti llino it nl situ ih-un into tln ii' ropy. Tliinl I!y ki'cpiii" t-t'i lusl inoj y nl it. In oilier wonln. nivinj; riulili un i t liainlisc nml o,imh h t i not nnc d;iy in I lit' wt-t k Imt iM ty tiny, runiiiiio; In ir nth pi I isino n oiiliii I v, w In lln i-1 In y use In ! ). or Hinnll r-i;n p. Atlvt'it isinn tun on tliix plnu will provi- pioritnlili' to nny liiiHi iicmh, Iniop or Hiiiull, nml il is t lie nnly kiml of mlvn I isinj dial will Ininy v liiiimiit nml pro.iinMi- icsiilis. It in tin kiml of jmIyci tisiii" I Itnl will I'ltlurc (lie Kcllino fust liy im I cnsiiio I lie Viililini' of siili H. is Hit kiml (if oil ri i lisini TI 1 1) II I 'l! A LI in n minniiii uiul xnlii Hint, ADVERTISING PLANNED to GET YOUR "MONEY" Till. IIKKALI) Ii in Tor souic linn' k fnn il to solii it tliroili i I m Iim iiI niiIi'h fo ri f or wild su'i inl "iinpiii tfil" nu ll, (lie Yiii iniiM ndvcrl i ki iij; "hi lipfni's"' plniiliiil with lllt two iilniH in irw, "Tu !it Ihr win rtixrr' ilium "nml lo pin iiM'i- n spt'iinl drill for I In- nuIi- Ihik lit of I In' i;ihi- nml JPIii'lllll V, I, i i in I Mill, nt "mini in i il i ii lis" so t he "hh i in I in tin" ijiu " ill I )" liiH shiire ol' I lie "iiiti.it i an ni." Till) IIKIiALI' Ii:im fuiiiiil afli r a t;in fill invest iiziilioii tliroiieli t Ik reililel'M tif llie 1 1, 1 1 i.T nml llit'nlo I lie ml ell iselM I liilnsi im, Hull this kiml uf uiln ilisiin'ihii s mil . Till' llliHolnte l;ii k of ineril of I Mm kiml 'f :u l el I i-i ntr, w ln tlier 1i:u ketl liy n pri.e whinino iii'SKiii euiiies', stillest lit kei or li.nle inmk Hiiviuos Kt lieliiiM, is proven li.V I lie r.n I I lint iL inn mil lit- suhl to I lie ish ririin il mh i i Hm r. In fnet, llii.-t kiml of nilverl initio; c:i n selilum, if eci', Imi solil "hi llir kiiiiii: uilitrtistr Inin ," unless; lli;il iiiiiu il jieeuliii il v ensy lunik nml only ikIyi i list s to see liis nnme in print nml dues not mre to t;et results. Till' IntM'e "ntlli t tint" of salex slips, 1;iIm1s, l ie., Iy il "ft ir innkirs" ill il eonlesl lines not menu iuerenseil snles or tlc el.ipineiil of new Inisiness, nor tloes it sell ooihIs on their merit or i rente nny pei iiiiineiit ileninml. It iloes Hot reiluee the i ost of sellluo, Inn on the olher liiiml inert -uses it. Ami It ineiulM r this, liefore you "oi in" for the next selieine iulverllslno; offereil you, lluil the siiini' "n illiin nnttt si innki is" will turn iirouml mul "irmk fur itnii i tniin liltti " in the nel eonlesl just us ijiiii kly lis they me pttnntlij" now liooslino f,,r von. liy liio promises, the nun mlvei t iser, Hit ru t nimi u tui wi ll Hit tiilil kiml uf iitlmlisiiii liili mul the . ry lunil wlui. if hnmlleil .ropelly, t oulil lie ii veioietl into n riiiilnr nml j,, riiiinu nt win rtist r, in liilkeil into the spec i.il p;i"e nml m heme ihlverl isino, fnilin to lenlize from it. lie is iiiituriilly '-:un shy'' w hen nppront hctl willi leo.it imnte nilverlisinej plans nml iiiviiriiil.l v stntes Hint lie has h inl mln i tisint I f I that while il. is tithl ft,, Mtiiiir ri;i, it t h ii'N nut ,m in his htisim.,. Whieh kiml of nilvci (Who vo'u want . The kiml pi; ei to nil re- muIIh or the kiml that is .laiuiet tup-t your money . TIIK IlKUALH lias expert iiilverlisin" men whoiire reatly to help yon with n siillii llinij mini ti si ii if. Tlir "ii I tin mum j win i linint" ulinnf ti lth tlislium sl wli n lisiiii in Inn r i nl off the list. If you, Mr. Merchant, are in a mood to talk over Advertising and want to use the columns of the EVENING HERALD a phone call will bring our solicitor to your office at once.