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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
WANTS TO FLY FROM CHICAGO
TO WASHINGTON . IN AN AIR SHIP
INVENTOR M AH AN PROMISES TO
THEY ARE ANCHORED WHEN
TO SPEEDING IT HAS WINGS
V B! ogi 155 Hi eb I
THR "MA MAX AERIAL NAVIGATOR.
(From a sketch by the Inventor.)
Chicago. Auk. 11. Frank M. Ma
han. president of tlin l.ins;ri'n-M;hiin
Kiro Apparhis Co., of this city, says
he is poins to fly to Washington from
Chicago in an airship the early part
"I'm f-'oimr to do it in ten hours,
too," he affirms, "and there are no 'ifs'
or 'huts' about the matter. I'm polnR
to do it."
One of the most pleasing phases of
Mr. Mahan's character, !; his absolute
faith In his Invention, and Judging
from his "past performances" in the
Inventive line his last creation should
be a success.
Mr. Mahan built the Kansas City
water works and invented and put in
to operation the filter that takes the
mud out of the Missouri river water
bo it will be thin enough to drink. He
also planned the water works of Mem
phis. Tenn., and those of Dallas and
San Antonio. Texas. His mind was
the first to think out Chicago's prob
lem to how to operate the high pres
sure water system which the Chicago
city council proposes to use.
Mahan's present success, he claims.
Is due to cutting loose from all con
ventional theories and getting ciose to
"Doubters will claim I am a fool,"
he stated. "My plans are so simple
that they are passed over as out of
the question. Every one will say that
they have thought of that, but It's so
easy that It's only the elementary
stage of aerial navigation education.
"I've studied aerial navigation for
the last ten years, and I've seen some
thing that every student seems to
have overlooked, and that Is, that all
birds are supplied by nature with a
physical compartment that takes the
place of the gas bag of a balloon. The
bird can fill and expell this compart
PRISONER MAKES DEADLY
ASSAULT UPON OFFICER,
Ike Bass has been taken to the
Union county jail at Clayton to await
trial for cattle stealing. He was in
dicted at the last term of court, and
on Monday was arrested at Folsom,
Union county, by Deputy Sheriff John
C. Hill. That officer turned him over
to John Itrophy of the mounted police
force, who went around with Cass
trying to assist him in securing bond.
He extended all possible courtesy to
his prisoner, but when they failed to
secure a bondsman, JSass became
abusive and violent and finally bad
to be hauilsuffed. He then watched
for an opportunity, and finally struck
Policeman Urophy with his menacled
hands, inflicting nn ugly wound above
the eye. The officer's eye-glasses
were also smashed by th blow, and
the pb i s of glass made several ugly
wounds After this ac;, official cour
tesy was with Irawn and the prisoner
hurried to Clayton.
Dangerous and Uncertain.
For sunburn, tetter and all skin and
scalp diseases, DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve has no equal. It Is a certain
cure for blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles. It will draw the fire
out of a burn and heal without leaving
a scar. Boils, old sores, carbuncles,
etc., are quickly cured by the use of
the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Accept no substitute as they
are often dangerous and uncertain.
Sold by all druggists.
SMALL BOY DROWNS
NEAR SILVER CITY.
Salmone Fi rro, a young 1ml about
14 years old. was drowned Tuesday
in n swimming hole near the Chinese
gardens below Silver City. Ho and
Jose MaManudo were in bathing, the
being over twenty feet deep in
.-. when young l-'ierro got beyond
";'t!i, a;id being unable to swim,
I for !'!. His companion tried
to r- in- him. but
and had t turn li
savin hliiinell'. T
(Iron ne, l buy was
ercl and interred
s intent ion toward
he body of th3
aftt rwanls recov
in the Silver City
Bent Her Double.
"I knew no one for four weeks, when !
I wa: f-i"!: ';i typhoid fever and kid-'
ney trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hunter, i
of 1'ittHburir. I'n., "and when 1 got bet-'
ter. nithoiu-'h 1 hud one of the best doc- i
tors r cotiiii get. 1 was bent double, and
had to rest my hands on mv knees
when 1 walked. From this terrlhle af
fliction I was rescued by Electric bit
ters, which restored my health and
strength, and now I an walk as
straight as ever. They are simply won
derful.'1 Guaranteed to cure stomach,
liver and kidney disorders; at all drug
gists. Price toe.
NOW IS TIIEJIME TO GET WELL
Nature Helps Mi-o-na Cure Stomach Troubles in Short Order
The summer months are the best
In the whole year for the treatment
and cure of stomach troubles. The
out-door life, wi'.h natural exercises,
the fruit ar.,1 In rriea which a:e so
treely eatt n, all help to restore
healthy action to the digestive or-l
Now when nature will aid Mi-o-na
In curing indigestion and giving!
strength to the stomach and whole1
digestive system, Is the best time to'
use this remarkable remedy.
MAKE FAST TRAINS LOOK LIKE
HE GETS HIS AERIAL MACHINE
TO WAFT IT THROUGH THE EM.
ment with lifting gas and is wines are
only utilized as a progressive power.
My ship is built along the lines of
that theory, and there is no chance
for me to fail in my trip."
A gasoline motor will move the
Another radical theory that Mr.
Mahan puts forward is "aerial rails."
It is known that after a certain alti
tude is reached in the air currents are
racing In all directions. If these could
be followed to their terminal they
would be found to be manv hundreds
of miles long. It Is Mr. Mahan's Idea
to raise his machine to reach the par
ticular strata of air that he wishes
to travel In. and by working his rud
der and "wings" keep to the "rails"
until he reaches his destination.
Mr. Mahan win use a gas chamber
to overcome 95 per cent of the force
of the earth's gravity. The wings
will, when in action, overcome the re
maining 5 per cent, and will furnish
the lifting, power.
The rudders will bo fore and aft.
The wings of the ship will be made
of silk and. rubber, with a set of val
ves that carry out the workings of the
fluttering of the feathers on a bird's
wing and have their value in giving a
greater "purchase" to the air. These
wings can be "furled" and carried at
the side, ns does the bird when at rest.
More than a score of hard-header
business men are Raid to stand ready
to give all the financial aid necessary
to place the Invention on the market.
"These so-called 'speed eaters' that
you read of boasting of 18 hours to
Xew York will get all they want when
this machine of mine gets busy,"' said
Mahan. "I will want a partner to
make the trial trip in September, and
I'll promise him 150 miles an hour un
til he arrives."
POSTOFFICE FIGHT ON
AT SILVER CITY.
There la a warm fight over the Sil
ver City postoffice. The present in
cumbent, Mrs. Artie R. Galloway, has
served as postmistress for several
terms, during which time she had con
ducted the office in a satisfactory
manner. Her term will expire next
i ebruary. j
Already there Is another applicant
for the office. Howard H. Betts, a
well known politician of Grant county,
s circulating a petition. It is said that
Betts has the support of the county
and tenitorial administration. Mrs.
Galloway, however, does not propose
to give up the office without a fight,
and she is also circulating a peti
Considerable Interest has been
aroused and the outcome Is eagerly
awaited by the residents of that town.'
A Warning to Mothers.
Too much care cannot be used with '
small children during the hot Weather of
the summer months to guard against
bowel troubles. As a rule, it Is only nec- ,
essary to give the child a dose of cas- !
tor oil to correct any disorders of the
bowels. Do not use any substitute, but '
give the old-fashioned castor oil and
see that It Is fresh, ns rancid oil nau
seates and has a tendency to gripe. If
this does not check the bowels, give
Chamberlain s Colic. Cholera and Dlar- !
nnerimy'JBn(1 then a dos of castor'
, i the dlf";B!,e may be checked In
Its Inclplency and all danger avoided. The 1
cantor oil and this remedy should be
L, I. 1,1 onee ana kePt ready for In-
V,118.?' at son.n Bs the first Indica
tion of any bowel trouble appears. This
in I ne most mmouaf i .
and msv 7,1 u"X "Za" "1"- .-"'own,
confidence even In cases of cholera ln-
ur biiib oy an dealers.
BY ELECTRIC SHOCK.
Night Watchman Taylor, of the AI
amognrdo treating plant, was rendered
unconscious at the plant Sunday morn
ing by a severe shock from a bolt of
lightning which struck the zinc vat
niar which he was standing. He was
found the next morning and revived
and it is thought that the shock will
not prove serious. j
Nothing on the Market Equal to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
This fact is well known to druggists
everywhere, nnd nine out of ten will
give their customers this preparation
when the best Is asked for. Mr. Obe
U timer, a prominent druggist of Joplln
:. ,?' ,n a circular to his customers, savs:
m ".'! ,mi him injilKei in trie
wny of patent medicine whleh euu-ils
hamberlaln s Colic, cholera atid Diar
rhoe Itemedy for bowel complaints. .
sell and recommend this preparation."
tor sale by all dealers
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
on South Third street, bark of Wal-1
ton's drug store, and solicit the trade!
oi me c;ty. j,. jr. SHOEMAKER-
If you suffer w'tii h
, -"i or' iL'i'c lutr
eyes, fermentation, hcait burn, dizzi
ness, or have a variable appetite, and
a general feeling of despondency of
weakness, it shows clearly that the
stomach is not digesting the food as
Just one little tablet out of a BO
cent box of Mi-o-na for a few days,
and all this will be changed for the
better, and health restored. Ask
.1. II. O'Rielly & Co. to show you the
The Tonanee county normal Insti
tute opened at Estaneia on Monday,
under the Instruction of Miss Jose
phine E. Corbet t, a successful teacher,
originally from Kentucky, but more
lately from the Kansas City schools,
where she has had much experience.
Torrance county is a new county and
contains only nine school districts,
but In spite of that the institute is
being attended by eight teachers and
more are expected. This p.oportion
compares "very favorably with other
counties. The members of the board
of education are Francisco Gonzales,
chairman; V. C. Walker and M. li.
Atkinson. They are very enthusias
tic in their efforts to give Estancia
good schools, and to the credit of the
citizens, be It said, that they are a
unit In that measure. The progres
sive management of the Santa Fe
Central rialroad donated to the Es
tancia district a well constructed and
commodious school house and grounds
and the citizens have voted bonds to
furnish the same In modern style. The
outlook for Torrance county In edu
cational matters, is ory good, In
deed. Hon. Amado Chaves, of Santa Fe,
! assistant superintendent of public in
duction, paid an official visit to the
j Institute, addressed the teachers, and
! expressed gratification at the work
i that is being done in educational mat-
'era in this county.
Colic and Diarrhoea A Remedy That
i Is Prompt and Pleasant.
The prompt results produced by Cham
berlain s Colic. Cholera and Dlnrrhoe
Kemedy, together with Its pleasunt
ttiste, have won for It a place In many
households. Mr. W. T. Taylor, a mer
chant of Wlnslow, Ala., writes: "1 have
used Chamberlnin'B Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoe Kemedy myself and also with
men on my place, for diarrhoea and
colic and It always Rives relief promptly
and pleasantly." For sale by all dealers.
RETURNED TO PENITENTIARY.
S. Tower, superintendent in charge
of the construction on the Las Vegas
end of the. Scenic Highway, has re
turned to Santa Fe from the Meadow
City with two prisoners, who have
been at work on the road. The two
men had become too refractory to be
of service and Mr. Powers decided the
best, thing to be done was to return
them to the penitentiary and get two
more reliable men.
I A Touching Story
Is the savins from death of the bnby g-lrl
of Geo. A. Kyler, Cumberland, Mil. He
writes: "At the aire of 11 months our
I little girl was In declining- health, v
I serious throat trouble, and two physl
I clans (rave her up. We were almost In
despair, when we resolved to try Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
, Coufths and Colds. The first bottle gave
relief; after taking four bottles she was
cured and Is now In perfect health.'
Never fails to relieve and cure a cough
or cold. At all dealers: 60c and tL Guar
anteed. Trial bottle free.
SALIDA WOMAN DIES OF
POISON AT EAST RATON.
Mrs. Gertrude Brown, a widow from
Sallda, Colo., aged 20 years, was found
dead in her room at East Baton, Col
fax county, on Tuesday. The coroner's
jury found that the deceased had come
to her death from the effects of an
overdose of morphine and cocaine, ad
ministered by herself. The body Is
held for Instructions from relatives
Take Kodol After Eating.
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack
of indigestion. Kodol Is a thorough
digestant and a guaranteed cure for
Indigestion, dyspepsia, gas on the
stomach, weak heart, sour risings, bad
breath and all stomach troubles. Sold
by ail druggists.
Misses Kate and Adah Vaughn went
to Cerrillos this morning to visit with
friends for a few weeks.
They Appeal to Our Sympathies.
The bullous and dyspeptic and constant
sufrerers and appeal to our pvmpathles.
There is not one of them, however, who
may not be brought back to health and
happiness by the use of Chambenaln s
Stomach and Liver Tablets. These tab
lets Invigorate the stomach and liver mho
strengthen the digestion. They also reg
ulate the bowels. For sale by all drug
gists. Attorney Modesto Ortiz and familv,
went to Santa Fe this morning, Mr.
OrliZ to attend to l L'iI ni!jM,.is niwl
Mrs. Ortiz and children to visit rela
A little forethought may save you no
end or trouble. Any one who makes It u
rule in Keep chamberlains Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoe Kemedy at hand knows
this to be a fact. For sale by all deal
ers High Collar Quality
Means Four Ply
The highest grade of collars are
always four ply. It is the sta'ml
anl of serviceablo weight and
Few two-for-a-quarter collars
have four ply fulds-cut up old
ones and find out which have.
Corliss-Coon Collars uru 2 for
2-v.', but four ply always and in all
Mark yourcnllars every time they
to the Laundry. Find out how
much longer Corliss-Coon. Collars
wear than others.
Get Them At
THE GLOBE STORE
Vest Railroad Av.
Men's Furnishings of the BETTER Soil
tut Em Ud
A WOMAN'S ORDEAL
DREADS DOCTOR'S QUESTIONS
Thousands Write to Mrs.PInkham, Lynn,
Mass, and Receive Valuable Advice
Absolutely Confidential and Free
There can be no more terrible ordeal
to a delicate, sensitive, refined woman
than to be obliged to answer certain
questions In regard to her private Ills,
even when those questions are asked
by her family physician, and many
continue to suffer rather than submit
to examinations which so many physi
cians propose in order to Intelligently
treat the disease ; and this is the rea
son why bo many physicians fail to
cure female disease.
This is also the reason why thousands
upon thousands of women are corre
sponding with Mrs. TMnkhum. at Lynn,
Mass. To her they can confide every
detail of their "illness, and from
her great knowledge, obtained from
years of experience in treating female
Ills, Mrs. Pinkham can advice women
more wisely than the local physician.
Read how Mrs. I'inkham helped Mrv
T. C. Willadsen, of Manning, la. She
Dear Mrs. rinkham:
" I can truly say that yon have saved my
life, and I cannot express my gratitude in
words. Before I wrote to yon telling you
how I felt, I hail dix-tored for over two years
steady, and spent lots of money in medicines
lc.siiVw, but it nil failed todo me any good. I
had female trouble and would daily have faint
ing spoils, Iwkache, liearing-down pnins, and
my monthly periods were very irregular and
filially ceased. I wrote to you for your ad
vice and rwoived a lei ter full of instruction!
iust what todo, and also cominenivd to take
-yijia K. rinkham's Vegetable ('onitound,
anil I have been restored to perfect health.
Had it not been for you I would have been in
niy grave toilay "
Mountains of proof establish the fact
that no medicine in the world equals
Lydia r.. I'mkhnms vegetable Com
pound for restoring women's health.
Its Influence Has Been Felt by so
rwuiy Albuquerque ' Readers.
The soothing influence of relief
Afie- suffering from Itching Piles,
From eczema or any Itchiness of
lha .tin '
Makes one feel grateful to the rem
Doan's Ointment has soothed hun
Here's what one Albuquerque clt
J. H. Crs, of 623 South First
street, employed in t'ae Santa Fe
shops, In the mill department, says:
"Exposure and sitting on damp logs
and cold stones while In the moun
tains some three months ago brought
on itcning hemorrhoids. More com.
monly they are called piles. While
not severe or serious they were very
annoying nnd I put off doing anything
to get relief until compelled to. One
evening I stopped into the Alvarado
Pharmacy and asked Mr. Brlggs for
something to bring relief. I finally de
emed on Doan's ointment. The first
application practically cured me. I
havte great confidence la this remedy
forwhat it did for me. I never used
anything which was so soothing and
healing. I recommend It to others
and know they will not be disappoint
ed in the results if they give It a
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 52
Never in the way, no trouble to car
ry, easy to take, pleasant and never
falling In results are DeWitt's Little
Early Risers. These famous little pills
are a certain guarantee against head
ache, biliousness, torped liver and ali
of the ills resulting from constipation.
They tonic and strengthen the liver.
Cure Jaundice. Sold by all druggists.
I'lC ti for nillii.f nr'tl
lil- In' ft-H. Milium Hill l MM: i,
irntJttioiiB or ttU ;i i u-,
Cf Hi II HOUR I1M). ,i '.
I' tll'!"-"!, Hill (J t UHtllU'
flit -r puicurniUH.
S..I.I Uy lriiBKl,
or ; i . plain wrapper.
r .1 l,ttl,
ir s nt
u r-.-ji:: rit.
WOr.SE THAN THE DISEASE
The effects ol Mercury mnl Potiir.h are
worse t h.-i it the e'feiH of Cont.tioii
I!1ij,1 I'.iiM.ii, lor which these iiiiuein'-,
lire enerai'v iim'1. They cintint elite
the !::' :i.e, and in atliii1 i-n u-t :i j...:.-,-on
i f their own, j.ro.iuT. ly,; e;.-,i i. I
Irving up the e,a-.t''C j'.nees, s,iiiv;a;.,:i'.
sotes, itierciiri.il rheumatism, and ol'len
necrosis of the bono.
Iiowlina Orosn, Ky., Mitchell TTntien.
Ont inneii :- For over f"ur ypjirs I auf
fore.i n I'etn : y fro in h hi'Viihmom of .u
tHKiuus lilooil Poison. 1 went to H-i
fspruivs, fstuy m- t ti-ro four moiM hs at .
biif ejii-!isw. 1 then c nauiti U li- ,
clans, w'io iireMci il.'-'.l Slerettrv. -No '
iliK lut me any nun I. In f ,.et t li 1 1 e..
ment i rovi .l in p re Ilium! ul than ln-r -n
cuil. Tli u n I ( on t m u. d t fcti. er f, r t..i .
yenra. I ne ntioned mv i bO to a ti ,rr ;
who told in tout t-i. S. S . lm.l ert.L,,!.,.
cured him. I at once c iii.ire nce.i it i .(.,
anil in hi x i. lout ha coui I find no t ..,.
of t lie di A: art w I m eve r. Tli is w is uiiont
two yeiirs niro, ttuii tne-o laa l.een no
aisfus of return. U. 2H. bASVt.lxH.
S. S. S., a reit'rily iiMile from roots,
herbs and l arks, is the only known an
tidote for Contagious lilixwl 'iin!i. 1;
thoroughly and rm.u etitlv t rail k-.i ti
the poison from the blood so th.it no sslvi
is ever seen of the eli.-ease in fiitie
S. S. S. builds up inste.nl of tearing d, i
the Rvsttm, as do Mercury ami i'l.tavi.
anil when it has cured the ilisea e ever,
tiart of the body has been toned tj
by its jt.:ifun,r and tonic t.irc '.
S. S. S. aso removes any effects nt
6? (S? C3 a.frr..';.
aw.i aSs 3 re"ar,i '"
Cr J tP"'J fl.oo.'.no fo:
VfcaK' V proof tha:
PURELY VEGETABLE. S. S S. coi.t. i,
a particle -.
llercury, Potash t i any otlu-r miner
Home treatment book and any medic. '.
advice will be iveu without charge,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
,iJ la I to t
i W 001 In tocturr.
ST" 3 Priil. loNliiffl.ip.
t CINCINNAtl.t i'ri
Note All classified dvertleemenU
or rather "linere" one cent a word
tor each Insertion. Minimum charge
for any classified advertisements, 15
cents per issue. In order to Insure
proper classification all "liners"
should be left at this office not later
than 12 o'clock noon.
For tvf ral really hit-h-i-rut wkUt ulnmm-tti
rind no ftaUry oMer would ordinarily interest wt h-
very ttractive openings. W know ol men who art
earning from i,uno to fs.ooo annually, "imply wiling to
dealers lor a large and well known mamifarturrr a
well advertised staple. Tnanysurceasfulaalesmanwho
is now selling a general Una and who can handle a
profitable ami attractive aide liae, an ex Calient proposi
tion will also he made
HAPCOOOS (Inc.), Brain Broker
VI 7 Chemical Bunding, ht. Louis
WANTED Three painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTKD Oood, competent man to
manage a dairy; one of experience
and good haldts; no other need ap
ply. 2";i South Arno.
WANTKD Situatipn as waitress. Ad
dress, A. li, care of Citizen office.
WANTKD Work, out by the day, or
will ta,l;o work home, by an expert
diesstnaker; charges reasonable.
Call at COS South Arno. Bell'nhone
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply 114 West Gold ave
WANTED A girl for general house
work. 315 South Third street.
WANTED Gentlemen's second-hand
clothing. No. 615 South First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
FOn KENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath, electric light. No In
valids. ii24 South Third street.
FOR KENT 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10-room
houses. W. H. McMilllon, real
estate dealer. 211 West Gold Ave.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
215 North Walter street.
FOR KENT Large, airy rooms, for
housekeeping, corner of Sixth street
and Railroad avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very deslreable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
in city, single or ensulte, with table
board. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
cottace fiats, one with piano. Ap
ply 624 John street, east end of via
duct. Mrs. E. K. No.ris.
FOR RENT Hooma for light house
keeping. Apply at Gold Avenue ho
tel. FOR SALE Saddle pony, 311" North
MALE HELP WANTED.
l.earn telegraphy and railroad ac
counting; $50 to 100 a month salary
assured our graduates under bond.
Our six schools the largest In Amer
ica and endorsed by all railroads.
Write for catalogue. Morse School of
Telegraphy, Cincinnati, Ohio; Buffalo,
n. x.; Atlanta, ua.: La Crosse, wis.:
Texarkana, Texas, and San Francisco,
W A N T E D
Wonder why people worry this hot
weather, when they should place
their troubles with ut. We secure po
sitions as well aa find positions.
We are still doing business at the
same number. We want your busi
ness and guarantee to give satisfac
tion. Give us a trial.
WE WANT AT ONCE
Two waiters, 2 good cooks, 1 second
cook, 3 girls for housework, 1 cham
bermaid, 2 men to take charge of
houses, 1 man to wash wagons;
teamsters, logmen, swampers, labor
First-class carpenters ship to Cali
Mexicans railroad work ship east
The Southwestern Employment
Phone 195 Red Upstairs.
110 South Second street.
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen's Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
Money to Loan
on Furniture, rianos. Organs, Horses,
Wagons nnd other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIITS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as $2uo.i)ii. Ixians aie quickly made
nnd strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re
main In your possession. Our rates
are reasonahle. Call and see us be
THE HOI SKHOI.D LOAN CO.,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms .1 and 4, Grant lildg.
21" West Railroad Ave.
N. PEACH & GO.
Real Estate Dealers. Moved to 208(2
West Gold Ave., ground floor.
Get our prices before you buy. We
have for a short time a few oood
brick and frame houses and choice
vacant lots, on easy terms,
AT BED-ROCK PRICES. I
Have vacant lots on the Highlands
from $100 to $300; $10 down, and $1
per week. This is a good Investment
and will double in price in a short
time. We have renters for all classes
of buildings, but very few to rent. It
will pay you to list your property
with us. All business entrusted with
us will receive prompt attention.
BIDS WANTED T,
Concessions and privileges on fair ,
L'romuls and on the ttrtets In the city,
of All,u'iuer)iie, during the twenty-!
filth territorial fair, to be beld at AI-'
huqueiqiu;, N. M., SeptemLer 18, l'J,
2, 21. I'!', and 3, l'J05:
Peanuts and popcorn, bar, spar J,w'
ehy, uuveltles, score cards and pro!
grains, candy, soft drinks, cushions,'
sandwiches and lunches, canes, novel-1
ties, merry-KO-round. burnt leather'
koo.Is, cane rack, whip rack, button
emblems, nhootiiitr gallery, doll rack,'
pool selling, knife rack, sovenlr
badges. Jewelry spindle, etc. I
Bids to be opened at 12 o'clock,1
noon, August 25, the association ie-1
serving the right to reject such bid
as they desire. Address, I). K. B.
Sellers, Secretary, Albuquerque, N. M.
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Shortest and quickest Una from
Santa Fe to Denver, Pueblo and Colo
rado 8prlnga, and all Colorado point.
Connection at Denver and Pueblo with
all lines east and west Time aa quick
and rates as low as by other lines.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS, DININQ
CARS, TOURIST CAR8, CHAIR
On all through trains. No tiresome
delays at any station.
For Illustrated advertising matter
or Information, address or apply to
S. K. HOOPER. G. P. & T. A., DenvetyXColo.
A S. BARNEY, T. P. A., Santa Fe, New Mex.
EL PASO and LOW RATE
TO LOUISVILLE, Ky.t DENVER, COLORADO
SPRINGS AND PUEBLO, Colo., CHICAGO ST.
LOUIS. MEMPHIS, KANSAS CITY, AND ALL
.... POINTS NORTH AND EAST . . ' .
El Paso Northeastern
Rock Island Systems
LIBERAL RFTURN LIMIT-
Fastest Schedules Finest Equipment
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Dining Cars all the Way Short Line East
I & S. System,
DORRADAILE & CO.,
GROSS KELLY & CO.
WOOL, HIDE AND PELT DEALERS
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
nirnmiwfiiiy; r f r...., r
We are prepared to furnish, on hort notice, all sorts of
HIGH PRESSUSE BOILERS
Internally Fired Marine Type Boilers.
Cahall Water Tube Safety, and Re
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Specifications for Quotations.
The Hendrie & BoHhoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
1621-1639 Seventeenth Street, DENVER, COLORADO
General Building Supplies j
SIKEKN DOORS J
Both Phones. A. H. HEYN, Mgr. 3d and Marquette
For further Information call or address EL PASO and
V. R. STILES. G. P. A.. F. P. smiTriWFWDu
El Paso, Tm SYSTEM
About the House,
117 COLD AVENUE.