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THE ' RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO.
SALE OF STATE LANDS NEW MEXICO NEWS Get Out "of1 b the Rut" b fin n fir t 1 1 P ia THOUSANDS OF ACRES TO OFFERED DECEMBER 8. BE Gathered From All Parts of the State St B fl B fl fl Don't continue day after day, in that half sickly con B dition with poor appe tite, sallow complexion and clogged bowels. You can help Nature wonder fully in overcoming all Stomach, 'Liver and Bowel troubles by taking a short course ot B HOSTETTER'S B fl Stomach Bitters fl TRY A BOTTLE TODAY m AVOID SUBSTITUTES i 3 HowOld Cyrus Know. A young woman wearing what one man called an X-ray skirt walked down Fifth avenue, New York, In the sun shiny part of the afternoon. Behind her walked "a middle-aged man and a woman evidently his wife. The wife was looking in the shop windows. The young woman had crossed Twenty eighth street when one of those mys terious accidents happened. The first thing other pedestrians knew of It was when the middie-aged husband sprang forward and touched the young wom an on the shoulder, exclaiming: "Par don me, Miss, but you are losing some money." The last thing one pedes trian knew of it was when the wife, with some emphasis In her voice, was heard saying: "Cuyrus, where did she have -that money and how did you know about It so soon?" Its Peculiarity. "Pop, is It true that every trade has Its own disease?" "So they Bay, my son." "Then do carpenters have the shln ' gles?" CSK ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, tbe Antiseptic powder to bn shaken Into the shoe for Teoder, aching feet. It takes tbe stlri out of corns and bunions and makes walking a delight. Bold lerrwhere, 25c. R -fiue (uJutitutri . For Fll Kg trial packago, address A. 8. Olmsted, Le lloy, N. T. Adv Just So. "We all think well of a good loser." "Yes; particularly If we get some of his money." Backache Warns You Backache is one of Nature's warnings of kidney weakness. Kidney disease kills thousands every year. Don t neglect a bad back. If your back Is lame if it hurts to stoop or lift if there is Irregularity of the secretions suspect your kidneys. If you suffer head aches, dizziness and are tired, nervous and worn-out, you have further proof. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, a fine rem edy for bad backs and weak kidneys. A Texas Case Mrs. B. F. Ben- on, Anderson Ave., Houston, Texas, says: "Tun opera tlona falter to relieve my kid ney trouble. I bad hemorrhages of tbe kidneys ami passed pure blood. The pain and suf fering In my back vu terrible. I was nothing but skin and bones. When I had given lip hope, Doan's Kidney Pllla came to mv reacue and Pirturt J'li a fitorK." Vv cured me. Today I am In better health than ever before." Gal Doan's at Any Store, B0 Bo DOAN'S WiV FOSTER MILBUKN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. V. L.DOUGLAS SHOES Han't flHMAoo 111,11 V tj OU ft M.BU Unman' f ? 1.8Q li million S3.t LM St Mtssas. Bovs. Children AI.50 SI.7AS2 S2.60S3 11 ow w vrftu p)U ud S4. ifeoM la um wocid. in all luhm ndiaiiaiAiiPM nsMfl Qfltl WirtOia. W. Im. DoturJas ahoM am fimnni v try whore. Why not give tbem a trial T Tin value you will reoelvs loryuux money wtu uuouiao jrou. If roil would visit our faMnrv tutj lau-Kca. in id woria under one roof, and sea bow aarefully W. L,. L)0 UkfiaUl ilOM ATM mftllM you would undartuaud way tby are wfu-ruuioa w iuok doust, m Dotier, i'iiu vuflirnuu miu wenr KUiOi UlSJi vtsvwr uuuua lur um) proa Vour dealer should supplr you with uiBiu.uou vuuieasuutfUiuie.MoQe Beuuine wiuioul W. U LKHigtM uano tamperf on bote fan. Bhoctf aent flvwvfFti&re. rltrml. fmm fw y. vy rmrcei rose, doiuiro ire. Mow tbe time to bantu to aava munv on your footwear. Write today for riiua- irnia tjauuof auowioii now to order uy uimu. v. I lOUOLAB, UO Spark 0t, Brocaton, if aaa. Wprnm. Wei ttMt Coof a rup. TbsHm Good. ia lima. SoU by JrucjriiU. I i 1 1 ft Mil US' V'Wi toi L;:rt;J In Shallow Water Celt, Near Demlnfl, at $10 Per Acre, by the . State Land Commissioner. Western Newspapee-Union News Service. Santa Fe. Land Bales in the famous shallow water belt of Luna county, around Demlng, will be held on Mon day, December 8th, by the state land commissioner, according to notices sent out by the state land office. The land Is situated In the Mimbres val ley, ranging from township 22 to 28 south and ranges 8 to 10 west. Some of the laud is close to Demlng, and ranging from this city on the north clear to the lower end of the valley next to the Mexican line. There are 36,076 acres on which a minimum price of $10 an acre has been fixed; also one piece of 640 acres on which there is a house, well, cor ral, windmill and fencing,, valued at $250 In addition to the land; also 640 acres on which there Is a well valued at $200 in addition to the land; also 640 acres on which there is a windmill, well, tank and corral valued at $225 in addition to $10 an acre for the land; also a 35-acre tract and a 40 acre tract on which the minimum price Is fixed at $3 an acre. This land will be sold on the follow ing conditions: Each tract will be of fered separately and sold to the high est bidder, the land commissioner re serving the right to reject any or all bids. Possession will be given on or before October 1, 1914. Open War for Fair Railroad Rates. Albuquerque. .Before Judge C. Clements of the Interstate commerce commission here, the New Mexico state corporation , commission opened a general attack on the freight rates now in effect In -New Mexico, reduc tion of some 30,000 rates being de manded. The complaint In brief de mands for New Mexico points on west bound traffic, from the great lakes, the Mississippi and the gulf, rates at least as low as those now in effect to El Paso, Tex. On westbound traffic the rate to Colorado common points on traffic from the' Pacific coast is de manded. The New Mexico rates are attacked as in contravention of the long and short haul clause of tbe Inter state commerce law. Wife's Alleged Suitor Slain. Rosweil. Charles B. Talbert, a ranch hand of this city, was klUed in the barroom of a local hotel by Sum mers F. Marshall, a carpenter. It is understood the two men had quarreled over attentions which Marshall al leged Talbert, a single man, had shown to Mrs. Marshall. Talbert and Marshall were seen in each other's company several times during the morning. After separating the two met again In the saloon, and without a word Marshall opened fire on Tal bert with a shotgun, killing him In stantly. Marshall was arrested with out resistance. No Sympathetic Strike in New Mexico, Santa Fe. There seems no likeli hood of a strike in the coal mines of New Mexico, according to State Mine Inspector R. H. Beddow. There has been some talk of it, he admitted, but little support had been received for the idea, and he does not believe It will be called. Auditing Board Named. Santa F6. A board consisting ot Col. E. C. Abbott, Capt. N. L. King and Capt. James L. SeHgman, ha been named by Adjutant General Harry T. Herring to audit the books of the late Adjutant General A. S. Brookes, preparatory to turning them over to the new appointee. Soldiers Pursue Navajo Indians. Shlprock. Major McLaughlin of the Indian Service, Superintendent Shel ton ot the Navajo agency here, and the Indian police force, left here to meet General Scott and the Twelfth cavalry from Fort Robinson, Neb., sent here to arrest the Navajo medi cine men and renegades near Beau tiful Mountain. The Indian's have been fortified there for ten days, refusing to surrender Beven of their number wanted on federal court . warrants charging bigamy, larceny and assault. Doubt was expressed here as to whether the Indians are still on Beau tiful mountain, and it will be no sur prise to local officials if the Indians have withdrawn across the San Juan or Colorado river to the Henry moun tains or fled to their kinsmen, the Plutes, in San Juan county, Utah. Named as Disbursing Off lie r. Santa Fe. Captain James' Sellg nan has been appointed disbursing of ficer of the United States government for the New Mexico National Guard, by Adjutant General Harry T. Her ring. Western Newspaper Union News Service. The 'Sterdevan home at Rosweil was gutted by fire. New Mexico cattlemen 'had a suc cessful seaBon. Albuquerque Y. M. C. A. railroaders are anxious for a suitable clubhouse."- The question of a canning factory for Dayton is again being discussed be citizens of tbe town and commun ity. G. C. Robblns of Dayton sold this year $40 worth "of tomatoes off a patch that measures about one:flfth of an acre. After eating the heads off a package of matches, the three-year-old child of Luz Madrid of Hillsboro died of phos phor poisoning. The school census of Mora county shows a school population of 4,333 for 1913, as compared with 4,21? during 1912, a gain ot 110. At a meeting of the Demlng Com monwealth Club the main subject un der discussion wa a commission form of government for that city. R. P. Donohoo, receiver for the de funct First State Bank of Tucumcarl, has brought suit against the Las Cruces State Bank for $17,949. James T. Fay of Farmlngton was found guilty on the charge of attempt ing to defraud the government of tho tax on two gallons of fruit brandy. Notaries have been appointed by Govenor McDonald as follows: Ar thur Daune Tyler, Demlng; Lee O. Lester, Demlng; Thomas W. Hanna, Lamy. The beet harvest is now in full swing and four carloads of beets a day are being sent from Maxwell to the sugar factory at Garden City, Kansas. Anecleto Contreras, an old citizen of Rio del Media, committed suicide by blowing off tbe top of his head with a muzzle loading gun loaded witu buckshot. Fred Burleson, 20-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burleson, of Lin coln, was shot in Carrizozo and may die. Al Hlghflll, his assailant, la in. the county jail. .Good progress is being made on the tracklaying on the branch line of rail road Into the Burro mountains and It is expected that the track will be into Tyrone in a short time. . Thieves have been at work recently at Vaughn, among other things carry ing off about 3,000 pounds ot beans that B. F. Little" had stored in the Tharp ranch house. The Tres Rltos Cattle and Land Company filed Incorporation papers with the state corporation commis sion. Tho headquarters of the com pany are at Three Rivers. The convict camp which has been working on the Santa Fe-Las .Vegas road is now repairing the road about ten miles beyond Glorleta, according to State Engineer French. ' The following have been commis sioned notary publics by Governor McDonald: Jose M. Garcia, Santa Fe; George E. French, Rosweil; Mark T. Nix, Rosebud, Union county. Duke Chester, formerly an inmate in the New Mexico penitentiary, where he served a term for grand larceny, committed . in Bernalillo county, is under Brest in Denver for making and having in his possession a plaster mold for a $1.00 coin. The county superintendent of Rio Arriba county has . filed his report of the present term with the state educa tional department. This shows a school population 'of 5,655, 63 teachers employed, an average monthly salary of $53.57, an average school term of 5.48 months, and a total monthly pay roll of $3,375. For the past month a day has not passed during which from six to fif teen carloads of Colfax county sugar beets have not passed through Raton en route to the refineries in western Kansas. Deputy Traveling Auditor E. A. Mossman has completed his audit of the books of McKlnley county and la now at Los Lunas, where he will re port the books of the officials of that county. Up to last week twenty-six bodies remained burled in the Stag coal mine No. 2 at Dawson, though a month had passed since the disaster which car ried death to 263 of the 284 men at work at the time ot the explosion. It is thought that many weeks will pass before the last body is recovered. A committee named by the state board ot education to report on a Span ish text book for the use ot the state schools, consisting of. Filadelfo Baca, assistant superintendent of public In struction; Antonio Lucero, secretary of state, and Bonifacio Montoya, coun ty, superintendent of Sandoval county, met during tbe teachers' meeting at Albuquerque. wiiiisiwiuii'juuiiauiiMuipujHuiiiiiuiiii piimrrrnriTfrrmtmrf ALCOHOL-3 PtR CENT Awgrtabie Preparation for As similalinj the Food andRegiUa ling rht Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes Digesfion.Cheerful nessand Rest Contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Mineral Not Nahc otic Wfe SOU DrSAMVUrrCtfS A perfect Remedy forConslipa- lion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss or SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of The Centaur Company, NEW YORK. Guaranteed under the Food fixaot Copy of Wrapper. To Make Cloth Waterproof. Take eight ounces of sugar of Jead, eight ounces of powdered alum and two and one-half gallons of lukewarm water. Mix in a tub and let stand for twenty-four hours. Stir thoroughly when first mixed and occasionally for the first hour, to dissolve the Ingredi ents. Take any garment of woolen or cotton material, brush thoroughly and let soak in this mixture for twenty- four hours. Take out, let drip until almost dry, hang in the air until dry, then press as usual. Water will not penetrate garments thus treated, and the fabric Is not injured by this treat ment in the slightest degree. ImiJ TnnMw... XT , T. l t-v ' Mentholated Cough Drops. Tliey have real ..-1 r. l n j vaiue w ai. mi goou urug oiorea. Some men are so sensitive that they would rather have you shoot at them than laugh at them. Pain In Back and Rheumatism are the daily torment of thousands. To ef fectually cure these troubles you must re move the cause. Foley Kidney Pills begin to work for you from the first dose, and ex ert bo direct and beneficial an action in the kidneys and bladder that the pain and tor ment of kidney trouble soon disappears. Neuralgia sufferers find instant relief in Sloan's Liniment. It pene trates to the painful part soothes and quiets the nerves. No rubbing merely lay it on. SLOAM'S UNMETJT Kills Pain tot Nsstralgta "I won Id not be wlthont your Lini ment and praisa It to all who suffer with neuralKia or rheumatism or pain of anr kind.' JbVj. tiunry itukttp, 2Jm, MNSri, Falsi AH Cone I suffered with quite asevera neu ralgic headache for 4 tnontlis without any relief. 1 used your Liniment for two or three nights and I haven't suf fered with my iiead since-" Mr. J, A. Traatmants for Cold mmi Craap 'Mr little frirl, tweWe rears ol4, raucht a aerera cold, and I her three drop of Sloan's Liniment on sugar on ioing to hed, and aha got up in th morning with no signs of a cold. A lit tle boy neit door had croup and I gave the mother the Liniment. She gave him three droua on going to bed, and he got up without the croup In the nioruiuk." if r. if. B. Smut, CU III AcsIIDssUm. rrUSaSOa,aaJll.M Slaaa's Book on Horses eant free. Addraaa . DmilSIOAIUuc BastoiKass, IrtWaVenvw Mnr f For Infants and Children. Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times In ten when the liver la right the stomach and bowels are right. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently butfirmly com' pel a lazy liver to Carters do its duty. Cures Con ITTLE IVER PILLS. stipation I digestion. Sick Headache, had Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature team At Home OrSMl inU" CHTMpiinrlrincg tuWenta mot uefeoaful at Hut F-samtnatlona. Our tnajthod af liittrurtioO In ran HAKVAliO; llt UKMNarjd other big w Bchool. GIIARAH. 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Wichita Directory We buy or sell Jit all points WRITE US I. H. TURNER WICHITA. KANSAS n RILES Cured without an operation. No cure, no pay. Fistula and all Diseases of the Rectum cured. Established 30 years. Write for in' formation. HILLS, THOMPSON 4Y MYERS, 505 East Douglas Avenui, Wichita Kansaa sftytZm Th great Mexican Dith easily aU Cifj made w i t h Dy m ' ChiUMixt arm. The Mexican Chile Maker. For sale at your grocer's at 10 and sjc, or send 10c for a can and book of recipes to W. A. DTE, WICHITA, KAN.. CHILE SUFNJES TRAPPERS! GET MORE MONEY FOR YOUR FURS Whr send your tors 10u0 miles f mm borne ; when 70a eao get Junt aa good prices of us and have your aioner atones. I par joa Just what four furs are S!.r'.S.n. lue "narket ad elmrue no eorurulniorv. WK1TB rOB PH1CU LIST 'lfAT anil (jt lu 00 the hlvhott .Prices belnu paid. J. H. JtlllNSTOV, 6 WHS DOUUUs, WICHITA, HJLUct Bsiabusned lHau Or n fa sill iix li nil 3iDtm u iLyyiiiiiiii A 1 A 1 W. N. WICHITA, NO. 49-191X