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PAGE TWO
FRIDAY, SEPT. 1. 1905.
THE LAST VOTARY
OF THE VENUS
Sad Result of a Friend's Device
Save a Sculptor from Madness.
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By Helen Hamilton.
(Copyright, l!n,", ly the Newspaper
Kutei prise Assiwiat Inn. )
It was a cloudless moraine In May:
the sunshine streamed briidit ami i
beautiful Into the Vfftsl palace at
Florence, touihinir with molten plnry
the rosy linilis of Titian's Venus,
lighting the face nf the St. John of
Haphai'l, ami even leiulini; mmi't bins?
of the warmth and hue of life to the
lorm of the Venus (11 Mediris.
Hefore the last named stood a youns
man in an annum; oi rapiurc unni
breathless adoration, nnnarcntlv obllv -
inus to all that was parsing around
Mm. Ho vis singularly handsome, ;
but almost too delicate and i ffcminaie ,
looking ror manly beauty. In the'
glance which he lixed un the beau-
llul statue before him miuht be read
more than a sculptor' i admiration of
triumph of his art. The adoratioti
of a lover or the worship of a votary
might fitly have inspired the rapt
and passionate tenderness which
ehone In his eyes.
Suddenly a hand was laid upon his
srm, and a laughing voice exclaimed,
"Why, Fianz, man, not dreaming here
gain? I shall soon be half Inclined
to side with .lohann and Otto and be
lieve you mad Indeed."
The young man started and- pass-
Ing his hand over his eyes, turned
to the newcomer with a faint and
melancholy pmile.
Rodolph Meyer, the intimate friend
and companion of Franz Waldeii. was.
as Is often seen in such cases, his ex
act ojiposite, bo'h menially and phy
sically. Placing his hand In that of
Franz tlie young man drew his friend
toward the door, saying: "Nay, you
must come," not heeding the expres
elon of reluctance from the other.
"You have managed to avoid me for
the past two months so that I am glad
to get a chance of sneaking to you. So
W' WIST J.. A J)
filMED A BLOW FULL. UPON HEJl odlst church. The play will be under with his bid; otherwise, to be return
HEAD. I the direction of Prof. J. H. Cium. of ed to the bidder. Bids accompanied by
come, I will walk with yon to your
studio, .and see what you have been I
doing all this time." I
The lodgings were soon reached,
nd Franz admitted his friend and
himself into the small studio. It was
In the greatest disorder. Fragments
of dried clay and chips of stone
strewed the floor, while in the center
of the room stood several unfinished
busts and statues. Kodolph looked
around In amazement. "Why, good
heavens, Franz, what have you been
about these two months past?"
Without answer Fianz arose and
advanced to a green curtain .that hung
ai one end of the room and drew it
aside. As he did bo there was re
realed to his friend the beautiful
etatue it concealed. Rodolph could not
restrain an exclamation of wonder and
admiration. The figure was exquisite
ly tinted with the colors of life and
was a fine conv of the Venus de Med-'
Ids, with her rounded limbs flushed
with the hue of life and her very'
ialr tinged with paly gold, and more
than all the chisel of the artist had
lent an expression of timid and maid
enly tenderness to the features, so in
expressive in the original. She look
ed like a maiden dreaming of her first
adorer.
"Beautiful! But why did you not
attempt an original work?" J
There was no answer and Rodolph
turned in wonder to his friend.:
Franz leaned against the window, his '
hand pressed over his eyes, while
tears flowed slowly through his
fingers. ,
"Franz, my imor follow, you are 111," ,
aid Rodolph, kindly.
"Not 111," cried the other, dashing,
the drops from his eyes, "but mad!" j
"Mad!" exclaimed Rodolph, start
ing back
"Yes, mad mad indeed, for I love,
I love with all the power of my being
this statue, this Venus which remains
ever cold and soulless beneath my,
caresses. Why did ever marble take
o perfect a shape! Why this story of
Pygmalion a fable! Oh, my divine
love! Dare I never, save in my .
dreams, behold you aught but cold I
and lntenslbe to my love?" I
Rodolph was deeply alarmed.
"What if you were to find a living 1
woman, the exact ptototype of the
Venus?" he asked. i
"Then, oh, then," cried the other,
with flushed cheeks and kindling eyes,!
"I should indeed be blest." I
"Farewell, then, for a time," said'
Rodolph. '
Several days later the door of
Franz's studio was suddenly burst ,
open and Rodolph appeared on the
threshold. "Franz, Franz," he cried
"Leave your statue and look upon the!
living beauty of which you have so:
long dreamed."
A young gi:l appeared. It ni-cdcd ,
but a glance In reveal the rare per-'
fection of her beauty. Her complex-'
Ion was creamy pale and her large
eyes (ic b!;-k and brilliant as those
of a gazelle, but it was her laiiltleshj
form, fully displayed by the tight fit-'
ting velvet l.o. lice nnd short peasant!
eklrt. that expressed the jrtcateist i
lieauty.
Breathless wi... delight Franz ap-1
proarlii-d her and would l.avo taken'
tier band, but Rudolph interposed. 1
"Do not touch h r," be whispered.'
"She is easily frightened, (live her
Homcthing swett and bbe will he good 1
for an hour or -o."
"What on earth does be mean?":
wondeted Franz in artotiishuic-tit.
Without reply, Rudolph took from,
his pocket a piece of sugar. The1
girl snatched It eaeerly and begun eat
ln It with the gestures of an animal.
Fran gazej in astonishment. Sud
denly he recalled an opinion express
ed In a work on phrenology, that "if
ever here eiste,i a woman with the
peculiarly shaped brow and head of
the Vims dl Medicls that wemari would
of necessity be an Idiot." The strange
looks ami actions of the young girl
were explained. Shuddeiinn. ho turn-
...i ......... .. i .....I v,tj r...... ...in, l.t'
11 nnat nun euvvivu mi mi l' niui hid
hands.
"Send her away." ho said.
Wwithout faying anything more
j Fran turned toward the statue of
I Venus. Snatching tip a largo ham
mer he aimed a blow full upon her
In n 1. The marble Image fell to the
floor, shattered Into a bundled pieces.
I At the same time Franz fell forward
' insensible.
Uodotph. terror stricken, rushed to
r " I"'"' lei low lay and tried
ir li'- Hefore he could do so
Franr. was jbad
TERRITORIAL .SUPREME COURT
OPINIONS HANDED DOWN IN TWO
CASES, WHILE TWO OTHERS
WERE ARGUED AND SUBMIT
TED.
The territorial supreme court, nt Its
session Wednesday afternoon, Chief
Justice W. J. Mills presiding, attond-
' ed to-routine business.
! Case o. l.nT'i, Fletcher M. T.und,
plaintiff in error, vs. F.llon M. Ozanne,
defendant in error, was argued and
submitted. It was a ca.se of forcible
entry and
detainer irom i,incoin
county.
The court assembled nt Id o'clock
'yesterday fotenoon. Chief .Justice W.
J. Mills presided, and Associate Jus-
fees John H. Mclie, I-rank W. I'arker,
W. H. Tope
IMward A Mann and Ira
A. A Idiot t were on trie bench. Clerk
Jos,- I). Sena was in attendance at the
bench and Attorney Ceneral O. W.
l'richard represented the tenilory.
The following business was had:
' In the case of Ilichnrd dl Palma
and Bernard Ruppe, plaintiffs In er
ror, vs. Jacob Weinman and Joseph
Barnett. defendants in error, error to
.the district court of Bernalillo county,
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im- juiiLmeiiL oi l ne emu i ueiow lur
damages was reversed and the case
remanded. About $10,000 Is involved.
The opinion was -by Associate Justice
W. H. Pope.
In i no case of Ooorge W. Champion,
appellee, vs. All red V. Kice, appeal
from the district cuu t of Bernalillo
county, upon a petition for intervenor,
the judgmi nt of the lower court was
affirmed. The opinion was by Asso
ciate Justice H. A. Mann.
In the Cii.-e of Noa Ilfeld, et nl, ap
peiants. v:-. Haniona I., do Baca, et
al. appellees, appe'il from the district
court o:' Bernalillo county, argument
was heard and the case submitted.
The ease involves the possession of
property valued at $"11,111111. Mrs. Baca
claiming n loriiy of her claims over
other creditors for advancing her lius
batid certain same of monev.
tPWORTH LEAGUE TO GIVE
"OLD MAIDS' CONVENTION'
UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT UNDER
DIRECTION OF PROF. CRUM. AT
COLOMBO HALL SEPTEMBER 1.
A unique entertainment, under the
title of "An Old Maids" Convention,' ;
will be given at Colombo hall on the
evening of September 1 by tho Ep-i
worth League of tho Highland , Meth-'!
the university.
The cast will embrace about twenty
ve young women, who will be select
, ea and trained by Prof.
Crum.
The 1
past efforts of Mr. Crum have been
well received by the people of Albu
querque and there is no question but
that the coming entertainment will be
highly successful.
The play is in the nature of a com
edy and will be brim full of laughable
effects.
Tickets for the attraction are on
sale at Matson's.
Pleasantly Effective.
Never In tho way, no trouble to car
ry, easy to take, pleasant and never
failing In results are DeWitt's Little
Early Risers. These famous little pills
are a certain guarantee against head
ache, biliousness, torped liver and all
of the Ills resulting from constipation.
They tonic and strengthen the liver.
Cure Jaundice. Sold by all druggists,
.
MRS. TAGGART
AND HER BOYS
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THK Rl'AI.
FUJI IT IN THK 111(1 All
POSSESSION OF
AT MEAL TIME
And Bed Time we advise everybody to
take a doso of Ilostetters Stomach
Hitters. It will strengthen and sweet
j en the stomach, restore the appetite
and induce sound sleep, u has been
j doing this for over fifty years and Is
j just as cm i.l (oday. Take the hint and
try a hott.e. it cures neaaacne, mat
gestion, Dyspepsia, Costiveness,
Cramps, Diarrhoea or Malaria, Fever
and Ague. Our Private Stamp Is over
the neclt of bottle. ,
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS
TWO MEN BLOWN TO
ATOMS CY DYNAMITE
A dispa'eh from Chania, Uio Arriba
county, gives the particulars of a
tragedy at that place, as follows:
While out hunting rabbits last Sun
day mar this town. Kudoro Komero
anil Jose Maitiii' . wo e near the pow
der house of the letivcr & KioC.rande
railroad, located about one-half mile
from lure, and as they had found no
game of any kind they commenced
amusing themselves by shooting at
what was supposed to be an empty
box near the powder house. The box,
however, was not empty, but contain
ed about ion Kiunds of giant powder,
which, when .struck by tho bullets
from their guns, exploded with ter
ilflc force. The explosion set off about
four tons of other explosives stored
In the powder house. Tho second ex
plosion was of such awful strength
that the force generated blow Mar
tinez into the air and tore his body
Into shreds and atoms nnd so man
gled Romero that he died from his
Injuries in great agony Monday last.
No other damage was done, except
that some window panes In the town
weie broken bv the force of the ex
plosion. It was a fortunate thing that
tho powder house was located a good
distance from here, else great dam
ace to buildings would have been the
restilt.
P.oposala for Building Materials,
elc. C. K. Indian School. Santa Fo,
N. M., August 19, lflOo. Sealed pro
posals, indorsed "Proposals for Build
ing Materials, Etc.," and addr ssed to
the undersigned at Santa Fo, N. M.,
will be received at the Indian School
until 2 o'clock n. m. of September Bi,
1905, for furnishing and delivering at
ihe school as r-(Uired during tho fis
cal year ending Juno ,T, l'.i .ui, about
31.000 feet of lumber, 0o0 posts, 320
bushels lime, 2,"o 1 pounds kalsoinine,
3 ha.rels conn nt, 43. rem brick, 20
boxes tin, 20 bushels h.nr, etc., as
per list and specifications obtainable
at the school. Bidders will state in
their bldu the proposed price of each
article to !,e offered under contract.
All articles so offered will be subject
to rigid Inspection. The right is re
served to reject any and all bids, or
any part of any bid, if deemed for the
best interests of the service. Each
bid must he accompanied by a certi
fied check or draft upon some United
States depository or solvent national
bank, made-payable to the order of the
commissioner of Indian affairs, for at
least 5 per cent of the amount of the
- p.oposal, which check or draft will be
forfeited to the United States in case
any bidder or bidders receiving an
award should fail to execute promptly
a satisfactory contract In accordance
cash in lieu of certified check will not
be considered. For further information
apply to C. J. Crandall, Suporintend-
ent.
Public la Aroused.
The public Is arounsfd to a knowledge
of the curative merits of thnt gre-Jit metl
rl tn.nlc. Electric Bitters, for glclc gtnm
ach, liver and kidneys. Mary li. Wal
ters of i6 St. Clair avenue, Columbus.
Ohio, writes: "For several months 1 wns
fflvon up to die. I had fever and ague,
my nerves were wrecked; I could not
sleep, and my stomncti wns so wenk
from useless doctors' drugs thnt I could
not et. Soon after beginning to take
Electilc Titters 1 obtained relief, and In
a short time I wns entirely cured." Guar
anteed at all (trior stores. Price 60c.
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IT 13 EA3Y lej MAKE GOOD
BREAD WITH CLUB HOU8C
FLOUR.
A blessing alike to young and old;
Dr. Fowler's Kxtract of Wild Straw
berry. Nature's specific for dysentery,
diarrhoea and summer complaint.
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MY DIVORCE CASE IS FOR THE
THKriE CHILDREN.
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THIRD STRUT
MEAT MARKET
All kinds of fresh ifid ttlj
Meats".- Steirn Sausage Factory.
Emu iicinwori
MASONIC BIIIDIG. N. THIRD ST.
B. A. SLEYSTER
REAL ESTATE,
NOTARY PUBLIC
ROOM r.. ::OMYET,L BLOCK.
Autam.it ' Telephone. 174.
5mokc the White Lily Cigar
JOE RICHARDS,
CIGARS
113 1.2 W. Railroad Ave.
PIONEER BAKERY
SIMON' GALLING, Proprietor.
Successor to Balling Bros.
WEDDING CAKE A SPECIALTY
We desira patronage and we
guarantee first class baking
207 S. First Street, Albuquerque
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AND BRUSHES
Palmetto Roof Paint stops all
leaks.
.. One gallon Devoes' Paint covers.
.. 300 square feet two coats.
LEATHER, HARNESS. SADDLES, ETC.
40O W. 1 A I LKOAD AVE
WiJrimMe&Ce
LIVERY. SALE. FEED AND
TRANSFER STABLES;
Horsed and Mules boiiL'htaod exchang
ed. Address W. L. Trimble & Co..
Albuu.uerque. New Mexico.
BEST TURNOUTS IN
THK CITY.
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN RAIL BOAb
AND COPPER AVENUES.
W, HAYDEN
Contractor and Builder
OFFICE AND FACTORY
412 West Copper Avenue
ALMQUEKQUE.N.M.
Phones, Auto. 108; Colo., Black 265.
Rankin 8c Co.
FIRE INSURANCE.
RTAL ESTATE
LOANS
Automatic Phone 451.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo Building.
CLARKVILLE PRODUCE CO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail.
HIDES, PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MacMANUS, Manager.
602 South First Street Both Phones
A. C. WALKER,
rme
INSURANCE.
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at J. C Haldrldge's Lum
ber yard
Toti & Gradi,
Dealers In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
GRAIN AND FUEL.
HAY
Fine Line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Place your orders
for this line with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET
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SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING
S.S.PEARLSTINE
212l2 South Second street.
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Auto Phone, 328.
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The Fuehr
Undertaking Company,
Successors to towards eh Fuehr,
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Both 'Phones. Day or Night
rViEN AND WwitfEK.
t'rit l".u 4i fur uniutttirftl
d Tiltli'i'M 111 Mttttl ID ith'ht,
II ritntiotit oi (.it T,it!.iiS
jf Hi II i' u U V lli.-inlil iilldi.
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f Y i. i u. i.i... g
fn-i Uu' i a
BS Hoi io .ifiir.
P r.nl I ..niavlna
4CV CINC'hhATI.opVMi ' by larlifctiUU.
rii V4 Pr'". i."P'.l. for
KILLthi couch
and CURE the LUNGS
Dr. King's
WITH
How Discovery
0NSUMPTI0N Pries
OUCHSand E0e&$1.00
OLDS Fres Trial.
Surest and Uuickeut Cure for all
THKOAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONE1 BACK.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
dentTsts!
dr. j. e. kraft.
Dental Suroeon.
Rooms 15 and 16 Grant block, over
the Golden Rule Dry Oooda Company.
Both phones. Appointments made by
mall.
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. 8.
No. 806 Railroad avenue Offk-e boura
:30 a. m. to 12:80 p. m.: 1:30 p. m. to t
p. m. Telephone 462. Appointing U made
bjr mall.
OFFICE CLOSED UNTIL AU
GUST 28.
LAWYERS.
Bernard 8. Rodey.
ATTORN KV-AT-LAW. Albuq ierU,
N. M. Prompt attention given to all
hublnrsa pertaining to the prof'lon.
Will prnctlce In ai! courts of the terri
tory and before the United BtateH land
othce.
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY-AT-L.AW, 83 F etrect, N.
W Washington, u. 1,. Pension, lands,
patents, copyrights, cavlats, letter pat
ents, trade marKs, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Albn luerque,
N. M. Office, Firs. .atlonsl Ba'iK build
ing. E. W. Dobsorv
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, (
well hlock, Albui' Jerque, N
John H. Sting!
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 8
Armllo bullfllng. Alhunuere
ARCHITECT
F. W. Spencer and V.
ford, rooms 4R-47, Bar
Albuquerque?, N. M. Ho'
CONTRACTOR At
A. L. Morgs
CONTRACTOR AND H
mates cheerfully furnlshee
liclted. Automatic 'prion
North econd street. Albc
PHYSICIAr
C. H. Conner, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
tieated. Offlice Tarnett building
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phoDes. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. J. E. Bronson.
Homeopathic i'hyslclan.
Konm 17. hltlna; Block.
VETERINARY.
Dr. Blott, M. R. C. V. S.
Veterinary surgeon and dentist.
Horses, cattle and (loirs treated by
the latest, up to date, approved, sci
entific methods. Office at Trimbles'
stables. Old nhone, 3: auto., 122.
CLAIRVOYANT.
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hayward, clair
voyant and business medium, 120
South Arno street. Office hours: 10
to 3 daily. Evenings and Sundays by
appointment.
FALL TERM.
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical IJraw
Ins. DAY AND EVENING SESSION.
For particulars call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secretary.
Gleckler Block, Cor. Fourth street
and Cold avenue.
ROSA FUTRELLE GIDEON,
Teacher of Piano.
Commercial Club building, Albuquer
que, after September 24.
N, PEACH & GO.
Real Estate Dealers. Moved to 20812
West Gold Ave., ground floor.
Get our prices before you buy. We
have for a short time a few good
brick and frame houses and choice
vacant lots, on easy terms,
AT BED-ROCK PRICE8.
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.
Money to Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and aa high
as $200.00. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re
main In your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
fore borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
S15 West Railroad Ave.
PRIVATE OFFICES.
Open Evenings.
JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS STAGE LINE
Carries the United States ma'l; only
line with a change of stock enroute;
i!()!d rlss, horses and drivers; leaves
Albliiuercue every Tuesday and Sat
urday at 5 a. m. For particulars, ad
dress V. L. Trimble & Co., agents,
Albuquerque, or J. H. DLOCK, pro
prietor, p.-rea, New Mexico.
RAILROAD TICKETS.
Cut Rates.
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen's Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
Turkish Nongate Is Pne after a
dish of Ice cream eaten at Mrs. Ful
lerton's confectionery store and Ice
cream parlor.
OCCOCXDCCOCOCCOOUecrOOtXXXX:
TRY OUR I
Fresh Meals and Sausages :
A Specially Fine Ltne
UNION MARKET
207 West Gold Aveune
BOTH PHONC
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MONTEZUMA TRUST
COMPANY
Albuquerque, -
CAPITAc AND SURPLUS
Interest Allowed on
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
ANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMODATION AND
SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
CAPITAL, $150,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President;
1ICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst. Cashier!
MCINTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEORGE ARNOT
.DRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
3RY FOR THE ATCHISON,
FIRST
NATIONAL
BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors:
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS,... President
M. W. FLOURNOY,...Vice Presidjnt
FRANK McKEE Cashier
W. W. WOODS Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS,...! Director
U. 8. DEPOSITORY.
THE STATE NATIONAL BANK
Ol' L.m;QUKKUlJK
CAPITAL $100,000
DEPOSITS $250,000
We have had a very satisfactory
of our bank. If you are not one
an opportunity to show you our
O. N. MARRON, President.
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier.
The Standard
PLUMBING AND
H
EATING CO.
I. H. COX, Manager.
Iron Pipe, Iron Pipe Fittings, Brass 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.Ct.
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OLD RELIABLE"
WHOLESALE GROCER
Flour, Grain and Provisions.
Carrie the Largest and Most extensive Stock of
Staple Groceries In the Southwest.
Farm and Freight Wagons
RAILROAD AVENUE. ALBUQUERQUE. H- N.
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CEMENT SIDEWALKS
We are now prepared to figure on cement walks. We use first
class material and employ competent workmen which Justi
fies us In giving you a positive guarantee. Our prices will
eompare favorably with responsible competition.
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AUTOilATIC
St. Micliael's College
SANTA FE, N. AT.
The Forty-Seventh Year
BEGINS SEPT. 4, 1905
BRO. BOTULPH,
7"
New Mexico
$100,000
Savings Deposits
TOPEKA 4. SANTA FE RAILWAY
Authorized Capital,
$500,000.00 Paid-up
Capital, Surplus and
Profits, $250,000.08
Depository for At
chison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railway
Company.
growth since the establishment
of our customers, we would like
superior facilities.
D. A. McPHERSON, Vice Pres.
ROY McDONALD, Asst. Cashier.
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