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ALDUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 105.
LIKE OUR GEORGE DEWEY'S,
ST I ( J
IT HAPPEN8 SO OFTEN.
LEWIS AND CLARK
(In the primary grade, School No. 16, Tokoyo.)
"How old are you, little boy?'
"Six yea.s old last June, teacher." 1
"What's your name?"
"T. O. Kanmrara."
"What's your full name?"
"Togo Oyania Kamarara."
RUBBERS VS. RUBBERS. 1
Every time the neighbors heard Vntil Percy put rubber tires on his
cart and pneumatic shoes on his horg
Percy's horse stop they had a look is.
You'll have plenty of time to And then you have io Urn Dillon
ratrh the car. " says your wife, as you
etsit for the station. " u..i. ...-UTC ,
PATROLMAN CHUMPEN, THICKHEAD.
"A summer hair cut may not make
K man look any too good, but by thun
der, It makes him feel all right. I'll
sever carry a big bunch of hair around
again In hot weather."
"Well, as I live, if there ain't old
Sticky-finger Peter, th' pickpocket
lust out of the pen. I guess I'll run
you In for the good of th' public,
You're too strong C be at large."
"Oh. you can't fool me. You've "Judge, I'm a barber and I cut this
ot th regular penitentiary hair cut. man's hair myself, not two hours
Why, you haven't been out of prison ago."
U hours. None of your talk, or I'll "lrlsoner, you're discharged. Pa
use my lub on you. Come on, now, trolman Chumpen, you haven't got
mnd be lively, too." Drains enougn io De a consiaoie.
MRS. ENDSEATHOGG'S DEFEAT.
' ' .
JUNE 1 OCT. 15TH, 1005.
THERE AND BACK VIA DENVER
VIA DENVER GOING AND SAN
OR VICE VERSA.
Vlalt Petrified Forests, Grand Canyon,
Go May 23 to September 30th. Come
Back any Time Within 90 days.
Call at Ticket Office for Further Information.
F. L. MYERS, Agent
It's a great stnienle, but you maKe auu wie conductor tens yu me cur
though you rMlt your life In do- turns off at the barn Instead of go
ing BOi ing io t.ne siauon.
ISN'T IT ALWAYS 807
Why not spend your summer
vacation in California?
ONLY $30.00 THERE AND BACK
LOS ANGELES, REDONDO, SANTA
MONICA, LQNG BEACH, .EAST
SAN PEDRO, 8AN DIEGO AND
SAN FRANCI8CO AND RETURN VIA
BAKERSFIELD, $45.00, AND VIA
LOS ANGELES, $53.00.
AVALON AND CATALINA ISLAND,
GOOD FOR STOPOVER SOUTH OF
FINAL LIMIT NOVEMBER 30TH.
ON SALE EACH TUESDAY, THURS
DAY AND SATURDAY.
MAY, JUNE, JULY, AUGUST AND
F. L. MYERS,
AGENT A. T. & S. F. RY.
Albuquerque, - New Mexico
CAPITA. AND SURPLUS $100,000
Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M,
EX l ENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION
' AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
CAPITAL, 1 150,008.0
Corporal Freddie Feathers, of the Washington Fenelbles. looms up
like a giant (In the girls' eyes) at the military reception.
DENVER, JULY 5-9, 1905
' & 18.85 Round Trip
From Aluq tier que
Ticket on mule June 30,
July 1.2-3-4. rinal limit
July 12th, but can be ex
tended It desired.
He wouldn't move for an old lady. He forced an old man to climb
Then along came a large, heavy ' And Mr. Hogg got what he need
( man, t-ii.
SHOPPING IS SUCH A RESPONSIBILITY.
(l MINtfTf )
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This diagram shows how busy Jones' wife was from 11 a. in. to 5 p.
And he has shriveled like a shrimp when they see hin back at work.
IT ALWAYS TURNS OUT THIS WAY.
At 7 p. ra.
"By George, that Is a fine baby.
Smith. Such a good natured little
'Best natured baby I ever saw. My
wife just drops him In the crib, turns
out the light, and wo don't hear a
sound until 5 the next morning. We
don't know wrat It is for htm to cry
after he goes to bed."
At 8 p. m.
"That kid's lungs are In fine shape,
Smith. I never heard such yelling
irora a baby. "
"1 don't know what's got Into the
child. Id afraid he's sick, for he
tlon t cry like that very often. In
fact, I don't think he's cried like that
at night in six months. Generally he
urops on to sleep without a sound."
5 0 h Kl M Ml
At B p. m.
"John, I wish you'd come up stairs
and help me. And bring up that long
bottle on the left hand shelf In the
pantry the bottle with the white
label. I'm sure the child has a pain
or he wouldn't cry so hard."
At 10 p. m.
"I hope you'll excuse me for being
gone so long, Jones, but there's some-
tning the matter with the boy. Do
you really have to go? Well, come
again, and we'll have a quiet smoke.
1 can promise you it will never hap
lru again. -
And just as she arrived home, tired and worn out by her task, a wagon
Lacked up and a boy delivered all her purchases all except those she car
Tied home herself.
Fourth ut July Excursions
To points on the A, T. & S. F.
railway will bo one fare plus fifty
cents for the round trip, ticket
selling July 1, 2, 3, 4, and good to
return July 6th.
To points on A. T. 4. S. F. coast
lines, one fare for the round trip
Selling July 1, 2, 3, 4; good to re
turn July 5th. '
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
80LOMON LUNA, President;
W. 8 8TRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, AMt Caehler:
Wm. MclNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEORGE ARNOT
J. C BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors:
JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS,... President
M. W. FLOURNOY,...VIce President
FRANK McKEE Cashier
W. W. WOODS Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. 8. DEPOSITORY.
Capital, Surplus and
Depository for At
chison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railway
F. L. MYERS, AGENT
NEW TIME CARD
No. 2, Atantio Express, arrives 7:6
a, m.; departs 8:30 a. m.
No, 4, Chicago Limited, arrives
11:59 Tuesdays and Fridays; departs
12:09 a, m- Wednesdays and Satur
No. s, Chicago and Kansas City Ex.
pre-JH, arrives t;45 p. m.; departs 7:45
No. 1. Los Angeles Express, arrives
7:30 p. m.; departs 8:16 p. m.
No. 8. California Limited, arrives
10:40 a. Mondays and Thursdays;
departs 10:60 a. m. Monday mad
No. 7, San Francisco Fast Man, ar
rives 10:30 p. m.; departs 11:1$ p. m.
No. 27 departs 11:80 p. m connects
with eastern trains
No. 23 arrives from south 7:80 a. m.
connecting with No. 2, eastbound.
All trains dally except No. I and 4.
No. 1 carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars to Los
No. 7 carries through chair, naad-
ard and tourist sleeping cars for Baa
F. L. MYERS, Agent.
THE STATE NATIONAL BANK
OF ALBUQ JERQUE, NEW MEXICO
We opened our doors for the transaction ef business in April 1 8, 1 904.
We invite your attention to the annexed statemsnt, showing the business
growth of this Bank since its organization: .
Deooelte'at the end of the flret day 9 . 10,488.92
Deposits at the end of the tlret week 19, 173. OO
Deposit at the end of the tint month 31 ,821 .82
Deposits at the end of the first six months 92,700. 13
Deposits at the end of the first year 189,081.89
O. N. MARRON, President. . . rjvE FRANK strong
D. A. McPHER80N, Vies President.1 OY FRANK STRONG
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier. - A. MIERA. WILLIAM FARR
ROY MCDONALD, Asst. Cashier. J. A. HUBBS. D. H. CARNS.
OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1878
L. B. PUTNEY
Flour, Grain and Provisions.
Carries the Largest and Most extensive Stock
Staple Groceries In the Southwest.
Farm and Freight Wagons
RAILROAD AVENUE. ALBUQUERQUE. W-
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"GOLDEN STATE LIMITED"
rHE MOST PERFECTLY APPOINT
ED TRAIN IN AMERICA.
In view of the Increased popularity
of trains numbered 43 and 44, more
familiarly known as the
"GOLDEN STATE LIMITED,"
t has been decided to continue tthia
rain In transcontinental service
hroughout the season. Instead of dis
continuing the same with the close of
winter tourist travel, as formerly.
inis train, consisting of buffet library
car, standard And tourist sleepers, be
tween Chicago, Los Angeles, Santa
Barbara and San Francisco, will be
operated daily, on the same bchedule
is effective during the winter months.
It will be noted that these schedules
afford th quickest time between
points In California, Arizona. New
Mexico, Texas, and the entire south
west, and Kansas City, St. Louis. Chi
cago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Buffalo,
Washington, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston, and all points east.
Your liberal patronage the last few
months has assured the popularity of
this traln.and In an endeavor to fur
her serve you It has been decided to
not discontinue this service, as has
Soliciting a continuance of your
patronage, I am very truly yonrs.
A. N. BfsOWN,
General Passenger Agent. El Pao A
Northeastern System, El Paso, Tex.
Ne Secret Abeut It.
J1 U 5 a"- t fw Cut. Bnroa,
Vloar. Fvr Sore. Saw Em Ho 11b.
ttt., Both Ins Is m WtMli, a Ituefciaa'e
Arulos B&ira. -It i4a tak luoi t
cure a ted aore I had, aad k to all O. K.
J a C. BALDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN - WILLIAMS
PAINT Covers more,
looks best, wears long
est, most economical,
BUILDING PAPER Al
ways In stock. Plaster,
Lime, Cement, Paint,
Glass, Sash, Doors, etc.
ALBUQUMQUm. M. M.
GROSS KELLY & CO.
, HIDE AND PELT DEALERS
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
Toti & Gradi.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY,
GRAIN AND FUEL.
Flne Line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.. Place your orders
for this line with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
Cement Work of All Kinds
208 SOUTH BROADWAY