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ALBUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1905.
FROZE 'WAY DOWN; ICE
HASN'T MELTED YET
C A S I NO
No warm, dl&ys
dim ih&s iWsm.
7 H J Till Tl
irwm. air sm lmipipm,
2 W WWr
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Polar Grove, Ky., July 21. Wonder
ment to a large degree has been oc
casioned here by a report of fearful
hot weather In other parts. Here In
this peaceful town of BOO, maybe 600,
ve have had weather that was salub
rious. In fact our people have the
kind of weather they want. If there's
ny special predominance, It's the
This results from the extremity of
the severe winter w had. Judging that
It had been the same In all parts of
the country It has been the subject of
Imagine, you, the reader of these
lines, if you are sweltering and per
spiring greatly under the humidity of
summer's fierce and penetrating heat,
with life hardly worth the living. It
seems, how It would seem If you
could walk three blocks and skate on
the smooth Ice amid the fragrant
pines. That Is a sight daily offered by
our gallants and fair maidens. Tiring
of the exhilarating exercise or sport
they may rest In the cool near the
edge of the forest or return to their
homes in the north of town and swing
MUSICAL 8T.OCK CO.
Matinee Sunday at S
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
BELLES OF CORNEVILLE.
Thursday, Friday and
Admission .. .. 15c and 25c
Reserved seats on sale at O.
A. Matson's, 202 West Kail
Gardens open every after
noon. Admission, free, ex
cept during matinees. Re
freshments served by uni
Note. All classified advertleemente
or rather "liners" one cent a word
for each Insertion. Minimum charge
for any classified advertisement, 16
cents per Issue. In order to Insure
proper classification all "liners
should ba left at this of flea not later
than S o'clock, p. m.
For aeveral really hh-ratamwctlr aaleamwi ha
kind no Htlarr oHer ,iulduriimnly lnere w hava
very attractive eptatn. We aiu'w at mrn ho an
amine Irom li.oooto K annually, Imply mhnt to
dealer for a large and rll known rnanntactiirer a
wU advertised Maple. To anyaurrewfiit ealaamaaj itio
la now ullinr a a-enrraJ Una nd who can handle
pmnlahla and artra. nv axle Uae, an eaoelknt propoar
tion will be matte.
HAPOOODS Unci, Brarn Broker
017 Cbemtad birrfains. St. Louie
HASONIC BUILDING, N. THIRD ST
the tall pines." Dr. Ooodall gives,
"Come to Fraternal City and fratern
ize." Here are others: "Hike for the
highlands," "Get for the Qalllnas,"
"See the Sun City," "Help us grow,"
"Watch us celebrate," "Have one on
us," and Contractor J. K. Martin gives,
"Have a fair; just watch us."
NO RESERVATIONS FOR
PULLMAN BERTHS ON CREDIT.
LOUISVILLE ' "
Pullman car reservations, which
heretofore have been obtainable sev
eral days In advance by a nod, will
soon be a thing of the past, and sleep
ing car space must be paid for in
cash when it is obtained. The old
system la said to have proved an In
tolerable nuisance, although It has
been In effect since time immemorial.
The reason for the change lies In the
fact that the present experienced trav
elers are In the habit of reserving
accommodations, with no money de
posited, and when cash patrons ap
ply, everything Is taken. Those who
make the reservations frequently fall
to turn up and the result is that the
trains carry empty sleepers. The
new rule has been in force on the
Santa Fe limited for some time, and
It has been found to work so well that
will be put In force on all other
Santa Fe trains as well. It Is said
that other lines have joined In a re
quest to the Pullman company to
have, the present system changed so
mat tne new rule shall apply to all
roads and all tralnB.
frequent conversation that the people
of this country were for this one sum
mer at least full comfortable and
Lo, we hear on- the contrary of
temperatures 80, 90, 100, of business
In tome degree suspended In some
parts, and prostration and resulting
death In many cases.
How different In Polar Grove. How
remarkable that nature should so fav
or the residents of this delightful city
in southeastern Kentucky.
Much of the time last winter the
weather waa of terrific coldness. The
serenely In the swaying hammocks.
These unusual conditions, too, are
of great utility. It Is a fine sight to
see meat and other perishable foods
suspended for preservation from the
branches of trees In the Ice groves.
There they are not only kept cold
enough to preserve but are unusually
wholesome and sanitary. This Is be
cause the fresh air constantly circulate
lng is better than the more or less
musty air that occasionally accumu
lates In Ice boxes.
In a social way the summer here Is
far more enjoyable than ever before
LOOKING OVER PROPOSED
FOREST RESERVE ADDITION,
W. H. B. Kent, of the United States
forestry service of Washington, with
temporary headquarters at Alamo
gordo, is this week In Capltan, Lin
coln county, for the purpose of look-
ng over the proposed addition to the
forest reserve, with a view of de
termining the effect of the timber on
the water supply of that section
While in that neighborhood he will
visit the Mescalero reservation for
the same purpose.
low notch was 28 degrees south of ( known, though It doubles the activity
aero. There was a full week of 11 to 15
below and the average for three weeks
was 7 below. Aa a result the deep and
stately Orange river was frozen to
the bottom and frost In the ground
waa down 23 feet deep as far as has
been drilled to this time.
In the hollows great stores of Ice
formed. Doc. Meadows, who owns a
home family physician book and Is the
most scientific man in Polar Grove by
far, figure the ice mass In Hunklna
hollow alone will not melt In three
years, even with uncommonly long hot
summers. In the gap between Steph
ens' hill and Long View mountain a
regular glacier has formed from the
Intense cold and the great deep mass
es of snow that were softened by rain
and then froze hard. AH the pine
woods, too, south of town where they
are sheltered from the genial sun, are
aheaU of Ice, It might be said. On the
hills north of town where there is a
southern exposure summer weather
tempered by cooling breezes blowing
over nature's generous store of last
Result: Nobody Is longing for para
dise for the very good and sufficient
reason that we have it ever with us.
and strain of those most prominent in
Polar Grove society. It Is not at all
unusual for one day to be the occasion
if such extremely diverse diversions
as a coasting party and shaking tour
ney In the afternoon, and lawn fete In
the evening. It Is a season of pure and
There are other results and conse
quences of the presence of the Ice de
posits that add to the comfort of our
people. These are the absence of sum
mer pests. Flies and mosquitoes, not
liking the cool breezes, are unknown.
Ants and moths are also completely
unknown. The same may be said of
cockroaches. Dugs also.
These are only some of the main
advantages, but will readily indicate
our pleasant situation to the reader,
door, to work In comfort, to sleen in
especially if he or she be in a latitude
where the summer beat Is intense
How much more delightful to have
coolness in the desired degree at one
peace, to be care-free, genial and full
of energy, than to bo borne down un-
i der the baneful Influence of the sun's
fierce glare and dead sultry air. Polar
Grove is looking forward to consider
able growth in the near future.
WOMAN BADLY BEATEN
AT LAS VEGAS.
Mrs. Donaclano Trujlllo was badly
beaten, perhaps fatally, yesterday
afternoon by Querlno Montoya, in the
absence of her husband at work on a
ranch, says the Optic.
It seems t'aat bud blood has exist
ed between the families, who are next
dopr nelghbois, on the west side. Yes
terday afternoon, as the street has It,
Mrs. Trujillo passed by the Montoya
house and seeing a daughter ot the
head ot the household lu the yard,
at pleasure taunted her.
The girl Informed her father, who
happened to be at home at the time,
and Montoya rushed over to the
house of Mis. Trujillo and beat her
unmercifully. Illood flowed freely
from the wounds Inflicted and the
whole neighborhood waa aroused by
The husband of the almost mur
dered woman came borne last even
ing from bis place of employment In
the country, unexpectedly, and there
would have been blood on the moon
lant night If the two men had met
However, Montoya had taken to hi
heels, and hi present whereabout
are unknown, either to the irate nun
band or the officers of the law.
'PROF." MILLER OPERATING
AT CANON CITY
It Is learned from a person who re
sides iu that city and contemplate
a residence In this city, that "Prof.1
Charles F. Miller, of unsavory reputa
tlon here for yea:s, is now holdin
forth smilingly and perauaJingly
Canon City, Colo., where ho is or
ganlzing a band of musicians amon
the young ladles! says the Optic
However, he will not succeed In do
ing so, as his nefarious practices
among the youth of this city will 1
heralded through the newspapers an
from tue housu tops at Canon City, so
to speak, iiMn the return home of the
one bringing the Information.
IN GRANT COUNTY,
Stockmen in this section do not feel
inclined to "dispose of any grades of
cattle at this time, says the Silver
City Independent. The range Is good
and cattle are gaining weight every
day, and no one feels Inclined to sac
rifice, feeling that the market price
will be no lower, and chances are it
will be better in the fall when the
stock will be fatter and better graded.
Conditions were never better for cat
tle men, and they propose to reap the
opportunity of fat, heavy stock this
WORK OF GRAND JURORS
OF SAN MIGUEL COUNTY.
During the year ended June 30
1905, the grand jurors of San Miguel
county returned ninety-one Indict
iiifnis ana mirty-six persons were
convicted and sentenced to long and
shoit terms in the penitentiary by the
court, within the year 1G8 civil cases
were docketed for trial and Judgments
were rendered in ninety-three cases
HAS QUIT THE ROAD
AND GONE INTO BUSINESS.
Philip Prager, formerly an earlv
resident of this city, who is popularly
well known to every merchant of any
consequence In the southwest, having
"een a commercial traveler for twenty
years, has quit the road and "nas em-
narked in the brokerage business at
Trinidad, Colo., where he has made
nis home for a number of years.
A CHILD ACCIDENTALLY
KILLED AT HAGERMAN
WANTED A girl for general house
work. 315 South Third street
WANTED Three carpenters, at
Broadway and Marquette. Apply to
WANTED Three painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED Competent woman for
plain cooking and general house
work. Inquire Matthews' Jersay
WANTED Gentlemen'a second-hand
clothing. No. 615 South First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
WANTED Young lady or couple to
take room In prlvnte family. Little
expense. Apply 423 Fruit avenue.
WANTED One unfurnished room,
with bath. Inquire at. Graham's
FOR RENT Two very cool, pleasant
rooms for light housekeeping, or
sleeping rooms for men. Mrs. H. E.
Rutherford. 113 Iron avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very desireable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
in city, single or enauite, with table
board. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
cottage flats, one with piano. Ap
ply 524 John street, east end of via
duct. Mrs. E. K. Norris.
Established- In 1882.
F, 6. PRATT & GO.
8ole Agents for Caaino Canned
Good., Jas. Heekln & Co'e Coffees,
Imboden'o Granite Flour.
FOR SALE Restaurant, In good lo
cation; will sell cheap Tor cash. Ad
dress or call at No. 207V4 Gold ave
nue: unstalrs. room 3.
FOR SALE Household goods, furnit
ure, stoves, graphophone, cooking
utensils, folding bed, sewing ma
chine, chickens, carpets, etc. 706
South Arnn ntrfipf.
FOR SALE Household goods of five
rooms. 635 South Arno etreet, or
t! rah am s restaurant.
LOST Black chiffon fan, trimmed
With gilt snanGrles and nearl hnn
die. Return to The Economist and
receive miltal.lo reward
LOST A white fox terrier, wearing
niacH collar, with brass rivets in it.
Return to Rothenberg & Schloss'
cigar store and receive reward.
For reduced ratea to and from all
points go to Paulsen s Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
Money to Loan
oa Furniture, Pianos, Organs. Horses
wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as 110.00 and as high
as 1200,000. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods to re
main In your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us before
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO..
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts, of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.,
305 West Railroad Ave.
The funeral of Charley, the 4-vear-
old Ron of Mr. and Mrs. T. rc Finr
at Hagerman, was held the first part
oi mis ween. ine child, wh e trv
lug to rope a colt In play, became tan
giea up in the rope and his neck
was broken, death resulting Instantly
, Peasant Burprlne party may be
mvt-ii io your atomach and liver by
i h KiriK a mert clim uhinii in -.,11
'h'-lr pain and dlneomfort. vli: Dr
Klnsra New I .if. i Pills. They are a most
wonderful remedy, affording aura relief
anil cure for heartache, dlizlneae and
constipation. 25o a,t all druggist.
Clyde Smith and It. Niles left Silver
City for an outing at the Mlmbres Hot
Springs. Just as an illustration of the
wonderful qualities of these springs, it
mltiht be mentioned that Mr. Smith
went for the purpose of taking on
flesh and Mr. Niles with the idei of
reducing his avoirdupois, says the Sil
ver City Independent.
Wonder why people worry thla hot
weather, when they should place
tneir troubles with us. We secure po
sitions as well aa find positions.
WE WANT AT ONCE
2 waitresses, 2 waiters, one good cook
(tor out of city), 1 second cook, 1
dishwasher, 1 chamber maid, 2 girls
for housework, 3 painters, man to
take charge of horses, man to wash
wagons, teamsters, (for city work)
teamsters FOR GRADE WORK, tearr
iters for lumber camp, laborers,
bridge carpenters, bridge helpers
A first-class ratchet aetter, and a
first-class planer, S3 per day, to start
Good position, (out of city). Married
For railroad work-Meamsters and la
The Southwestern Emptoymen
Phone 195 Red Upstairs.
110 South Second street
EASY TO MAKE GOOD
WITH CLUB HOUSI
NORTHERN NEW MEXICO
FAIR CATCH SENTENCE.
The sustention fur a catch sentence
for the Northern New Mexico fair,
continue to come In, nays the Optic.
Miss Louise Sporleder sends "Round
'em up." William Frank, of Los Al
amos gives, "Success is our motto, so
let us forge ahead." J. D. Kllswortn
suggests, "Come up higher," "We're
high, but we're here," and "Come to
Editor F. E. Unliolz, of the McKin
ley County Republican, Is spending a
few days here taking In the sights of
It 's Easy
when well made
Note the change in health.
HOW IT STICKS.
Albuquerque Has Found It Hard to
All kinds of fresh and aalt
Meats. Steam Sausage Factory,
B. A. SLEYSTER
ROOM 5, CROMWELL BLOCK.
Automatic Telephone. 174.
Smoke the White Lily Cigar
113 1-2 W. Rmllrosd Ave.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
21 South Second Street.
Hllliboro Creamery Butter Best on
PIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
Successor to Balling Bros.
WEDDING CAKE A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage, and wa
'guarantee first-class baking
207 S. First Street, Albuquerque
frmah Homa-Mmtta Candle m Bpao-
laity... .lea Craam Made In Any
Quantity tor Parties, ate.
C. P. Schtitt,
AND SOFT DRINKS
Second Door North of P. O.
Rankin & Co.
Automatic Phono 441.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo Bulldlna.
Cement Work of All Kinds
208 SOUTH BROADWAY
O. BAMBINI HAS OPENED 8U8I
NESS AT NO. 209 WEST RAIL
I have opened a mercnant tailoring
establishment upstairs over No. 201
West Railroad avenue, and solicit the
patronage ot the general public.
Suits made to order. Clothes cleaned,
pressed and repaired. The specific 1
use will not Injure the cloth. Ladles'
garmenta also cleaned, and walking
kirta made to order. Fit guaran
teed. Have bad 15 years' experience
In this city. Give me a trial.
NEW TIME CARD
Hard to bear, harder to get rid of,
is any ucmng sKln complaint.
Eczema or Itching Piles.
lan'a Ointment relieves and cures
ah ltcuinesa of the skin.
Albua.uerw.ue people endorse this
Mrs. R. R Walte, formerly of 202
North Second street, says: "There
came to my notice sometime ago a
case of eczema or of some disease of
the skin, which bad resisted all the
etrorts of the patty to stop. Doan's
Ointment was procured at the Alvar
ado Pharmacy und a course of the
treatment commenced. It gave posi
tive relief after an apllcatlon or two
and upon a continuation of It for
sometime the annoyance ceased. This
Information should be of untold value
to residents of Albuquerque who are
In quest of an article upon whlcb they
can depend to cure any Itchiness of
the skin eruption."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 50
Three Good and Just Reasons.
There are three reaaona why mother
prtfer One Minute Cuush Cure: Ktret.
It Is absolutely harmlt-M; Second, tt
tHBIn good children love It; Third, tt
cure Cough, Croup and Whooping
Cuugh wbeo other remedies faU. Bold
2, Atantlo Express, arrive T:SS
departs 8:30 a. m,
4, Chicago Limited, arrive
Tuesdays and Fridays: deoarts
a, ox, Wednesdays and Batur-
8, Chicago and Kansas City Ex.
arrives i: 45 p. iu.; departs 7:45
No. 1. Los Angeles Einr sttItm
7:30 p. m.; departs 8:15 p. m.
No. 3, California Limited, arrives
10:40 a. m, Mondays and Thoradaya;
departs 10:50 a. m. Monrtara and
No. 7, San Francisco Fast MalL ar
rives 10:30 p. m.; depart 11:19 p. m.
No. 27 departs 11:30 p. ox, connect
with eastern train
No. 22 arrives from aonth T:20 t. m.
connecting with No. I, eaatbound.
All trains dally except No. S and 4.
No. 1 carries through, chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars to Los
No. 7 carrie thronga chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping car for Baa
H. S. LUTZ, AgenL
Turkish Nongate Is fine after a
dish of ice cream eaten at Mrs. Ful
lerton's confectionery store and Ice
cream parlor. '
Albuquerque, - Now Mexico
CAPITA. AND SURPLUS SIOO.COO
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.
, OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
60LOMON LUNA, President;
W. S 8TRICKLER. V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst. Caehlri
Wm. MclNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEORGE ARNOT
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors:
JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS,... President
M. W. FLOURNOY,...Vice President
FRANK McKEE Caahler
W. W. WOODS Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS, Director
U. 8. DEPOSITORY.
Capital, Surplus and
Depository for At
chison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Ball way
THE STATE NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL i1 00.000
. . $250,000
We have had a very satisfactory growth since the establishment
of our bank. If you are not one of our customers, we would like
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
O. N. MARRON, President.
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier.
D. A. McPHERSON, Vice Pres.
ROY McDONALD, Asst. Caahler.
I. H. COX, Manager.
Iron Pipe, Iron Pipe Fittings, Brasa Fittings and Valves, Steam and
Hot Water Heating and Gas Fitting. A full line of bath room fix
tures and supplies. Storer Gasoline Engines.
412 W. Railroad Ave.
AUTO. 'PHONE", 671. COLO.,234.
L' Bm PUTNEY
Flour, Grain and Provisions.
Carrie the Largest and Most extensive Stock ot
Staple Groceries In the Southwest.
Farm and Freight Wagons
RAILROAD AVENUE. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
; GROSS KELLY & CO.
WOOL, HIDE AND PELT DEALERS
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS