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ALHtJQUEKOUK KVKN1XO CITIZEN
THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1905.
HIE EVENING CITIZEN
MlabH Dally aa Weakly By
Tie Citizen Publishing Company
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ajaa aar aaaata. arhan paid monthly.
StbartUaf Ilia ltde Knows on Application
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MoaiH I S3.
MLke Daly 'a stable has been haired
Ircim Toronto because of the Th-and-ut
running of Claude and Elliott.
The Toronto track Is not the onlyTTIace
where these two horses have done
avmie weird racing.
Chicago's fight lid Is on straight.
and pushed down tight. It's going to
be a dismal town by tho lakeside these
long winter nights. I
There's a suspicion in Philadelphia i
that Comiskcy is trying to soap the
track for the Athletics. The Chicagos
are np and coming.
Princeton's foot ball eleven Is doing
snme stiff practice. The line gives
promise of weight, with fleet backs.
It is especially desirable to have
aeavy c-nds this season.
treorge Ilixon Bays he will never don
the mitts again. Ho has fought his
last fight and it was a poor one. )
Youns Corbott Is training hard for
liis coming lout with Young Erne next
George Craft, colored, Is a candidate
lor a place on the Harvard eleven.
An international wrestling tourna
ment will be held at Montreal this
printer. Ten thousand dollars prize
xaoaey will be hung up.
Corf roth and Corbctt can add to the
quiet of nations by settling with Billy
.Nolan and let him retire from the
-news columns. Nolan .chatters like a
Pitcher John Lush, who evinced his
alissaOsfaction over the salary ques
tion by Jumping from the Philadelphia
Nationals to the Trlstate outlaws, by
been received in full fellowship aganj.
He eot the raise he demanded.
Joe Yeager is regarded as fhe best
pinch hitter on the New York Ameri
Twelve boxing clubs are getting
ready to gratify Philadelphia's love
for Che fighting game this fall.
A prise fighter is out of it when he
la aU in.
The turf war In the south will be
resumed this winter. Corrigan and
Condon are lining up for battle, and
the Crescent City and City Park Jock
ey clubs will be the contenders for
supremacy. The fight is the continu
ation of the old feud between John
Condon, dominant factor of the West
era Jockey Club, and Edward Corri
eao, his bitter rival, who formed the
American Jockey Club,
1rst Baseman John Connors, of
South Uend, is the leading batsman
In the Central League. His average is
That was a perfectly lovely flora!
piece Father Time handed George
DUon. It was marked with the fig
.Negotiations are under way to trade
John Ganzel, of New York, to St. Louis
for Kmmett Heldrick. Iloth players
are at outs with the clubs by which
they are now reserved.
Gleason has been playing profession
al base ball for twenty years. And
they atlll call him "kid!"
"Kube" Waddell leads the American
League pitchers with seven ehutouts.
The "Giants" really are in Wash
ington. Of the Capital City team
Vaikenburg, Hughes, Stahl. Huelsman,
Anderson andJones , are each over six
Frank Boyd, who graduated from
Harvard In 1!2, will be on the crim
aon eleven this season. He is taking
a course In the law school.
VTien It comes to beef, Columbus
The Supply Comes From Food.
If we get power from food why not
atrlve to get all the power we fan.
That la only possible by use ot skia
SuUr selected food that exactly tits the
requirements of the body. I
I).. r,wl malt.c a iiniii' fire nnil n 1
a viii tM. i iuai,v J u j....-, ,.. -
poor fire is not a good steam pro
producer. "From not knowing how to select
he right food to fit my needs, I suf
fered grievously for a long time from
actoiuaeh troubles," writes a lady from
a little town In Missouri.
"It seeinefl to me as if I would
never bo able to find out the sort of
food that was best lor me. Hardly
anything that I could eat would stay
on my stomach. Every attempt gave
me tho heartburn and filled my stom
aot with gas. I got thinner and rhin
W mer until I literally became a living
Skeleton and in time was compelled
to Veep my bed.
"A few months ago I was persuaded
to try Gi ape-Nuts fond, and it had
uch good ffect from the very beam
nltig that I 'have kept up its use ever;
elnce. I was surprised at the easel
with which I digested It. It proved j
to be Just what I needed. All my un
pleasant symptoms, the heartburn, the '
Inflated feeling which gave mo so!
much pain, disappeared. My weight
gradually Increased from '."1 to llt'-j
Iund8, my figure rounded out, my
elmiglh came back, find I am row
able to do my hou.-ewnrk ard enjoy it. i
The Grape Nil's food did it." Name;
riven by Postum Co., P.-itMo Creek..!
A ten days' trial will s-'.ow any one,
aomn fads about fool. j
"There's a reason."
norms to lip leading them nil this
season. In cin- liiii up recently the
entire vi n avfau"'il VI ponmts. On
the lini' liny aveiaged Dii'.t pounds. '
Coaeh Stagg will imt have n heavy
team Ihis villi-, hut N i ! v i 1 1 ! i n ti il
speedy lot of plnw'ts, and will try t,
woriv along without a 1 1 i tn ) ft d i lot
Of beef. !
Manager Mike Kelly is making a;
big fight against his sale by St. Paul;
to St. l.ouis. Kelly '--ays ho had nn
understanding Willi St. Paul that he '
was not under n servo, Imt would bo
i free to go where hi' pleased when he i
unit tin1 Si.nts. Kelly d"tiies that he j
is t r i i i ii to liiy tin' Kansas City f ran- j
' It is w hispc: e,l thai Pat Donovan,
' former manager of Washington, tuny j
put an outlay base hall c I i 1 1 in Pins-1
burg, with nom onnii t ing (lap s with;
Mm Pirates '
MAKING THE RLltS FOR
CHAMPIONSHIP BASE BALL SERIES
President August Hen man nml
secretary John K. llrure wore re-
elortPd liy thp national lump hall com
mission, which then proceeded to the
formulation of rule for the seiies of
Ramos for Hip world's championship
between the champions of the Na
tional and American leagues.
No schedule of the world's cham
pionship panics will hp announced
till the season is finished. For tho
samp reason the umpires will not he
mode known at present.
After reaffirming thp rules adopted
for thp games by the two leagues last
fall, the commission adopted a num
ber of supplempntary rules, of which
those requiring that nil players eli
gible to take part in the games must
have bppn undpr contract not later
than August 31; the posting of a for
feit of $in. nun by the owners of the
participating cluhs for a faithful car
rying out of the rules and provisions
of the series, and the fixing of the
salaries of the umpires at $400 each
for the series, formed the most im
portant enactments. It was also de
cided that the world's championship
pennant should he raised in the pres
ence of the national commission on a
date to he agreed on, this to he after
the opening of the championship sea-
son of 1H06
in the matter of field rules it was
decided that no spectators should be
allowed neaier than 235 feet from the
home base in right and left field, or
273 feet In center field, at these
games, nor within less than 25 feet
of the foul lines in any portion of the
The national commission also made
public an amendment or additional
rule regarding waiving claim of play
ers. It provides no waiver shall be
asked hv a major league cluli or a
player purchased from n minor league
p tvioiis 1i February 1. After that
the president of i ho major league
containing such club inii.-t immedi
ately notify the president of the ot her
major league, who shall have twenty
four hours in which to file claim if
desired for a club of his league. The
rule is to avoid conflict and confusion
A healthy man Is a king in his own
right; an unhealthy man Is an un
happy slave. Burdock Blood Bitters
builds up sound health keeps you
MOVING ALONG IN
S. W. Wormwood, manager of the
New Mexico Land & Development
Co., at Jarilla Junction, was In Alamo
gordo to look after business nmttere.
He wa just in receipt of a letter from
the head offlco of the company at St.
Joseph, Mo., which gave some particu
lars of the contract which was re
cently let for the construction of the
pipe line and smelter.
Both contracts specify that the work
shall be completed within a time limit
of ninety days, which means" that
some big business will be done right
Accidents will happen, hut the best
rpgulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil for such emergencies. It
subdues the pain ami heals the hurts.
HOUSES MOVED TO DAWSON.
A crew, headed by W. S. Wycoff.
came down from Dawson and began
tearing down the building at Coalora.
The fuel company announced some
months ago their Intention to tear
these buildings down and remove them
Only the smaller buildings, how
ever, will be toin down now, but that
constitutes all that once were filled
by miners at the once thriving coal
camp, with the exception of half a
dozen or more of the substantial
Attacked by a Mob.
and beaten. In a labor riot, until cov
ered with sores, a Chicago street car
conductor applied Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and was soon sound and well.
"I use It in my family," writes O. J.
Welch, of Tekonsha, Mich., "and find
it perfect." Simply great for cuts and
burns. Only 25 cents at all druggists.
2, Atlantic Express, arrives 7:55
departs 8:30 n. m.
4, Chicago Limited, arrives
Tuesdays and Fridays; departs
a. m., Wednesdays and Satur-
I a- m.;
i 11 :f.'.
No. . I.os Angeles Express, arrives
7:30 p. m.; departs 8:15 p. m.
No. 3, Caiifo nla Limited, arrives
10:40 a. m., Mondays and Thursdays;
departs 10:50 a. in., Mondays and
No. 7, San Francisco Fast Mail, ar
rives lu;30 p. in., departs 11:10 p. m.
No. 27, depaits ll:3n p. m., connects
with eastern trains.
No. 7 carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars for San
No. 22. arrives from south 7:30 a. m.,
connecting with No. 2, east bound.
All trains daily except No. 3 and 4.
No. 1 carries through chair, st.ind
a:d and tourist sleeping cars to Los
H. S. LUTZ, Agi nt.
FOR WM. JENKS' ESMERALDA
HIGH CLASS FRUIT, GREEN LA
BEL, GO TO A. J. MALOY AND JAF
FA GROCERY CO.
Have your floats built and sign work
done by Stacy & Co., the only union
siijn writers in town. Qulrr's old
stand. Auto phone, 454; Colorado
See the window dlsp'ay of the !!lo
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globo
Horp, then as.k for those V- 50 wa k
VETERANS OF WORLD
.,- tOv? f I . ' -' ft
IOI1N VAL'GH AN AND
Only two men are alive today who!
took part in tho famous battle of
Navarino, which gained Greece freed
oni from the Turkish yoke. One of
these Is Jonathan Henderson, aged v,
who lives In a comfortable cottage
overlooking the Biitish chnnnel, in a
part of England immortalized by
Kingsley. He is a hale and hearty ol
d gentleman. In the battle, Hender
son was "powder monkey" on board t
he Genoa, which suffered more than
EVEN WAVE AND WIND
AID AMERICAN TRADE
CURRENTS AND WINDS WILL GO HAND IN HAND WITH AMERICAN
ENTERPRISE TO BRING ASIATIC TRADE TO OUR PACIFIC COAST
Washington, D. C, Sept. 28. The!
prospective growth of commerce be-l
tweon our Plfle r..,at .,rt fl nd I
the rapidly opening markets of the
orient. Is the subject of an article pre
pared by O. H. Austin, of the bureau
of statistics, which article was re
garded of such importance by tiie Jap
anese government that it has been
translated Into that language, and cir
culated in the country as a public doc
ument. Mr. Austin si ts forth thp rpsults of
some experiments by officers of the
British and American navy, and their
observations ns to winds and currents,
which, in his opinion, make it Inevit
able that the trade with eastern Asia
will be cairied on by the Pacific ports
of the United States.
"For," says he, "nature has glvpn
to the United States marked advant
ages regarding the movement of ves
sels between her western shorps and
the eastern coast of Asia, where the
trade of the orient must always enter.
"The equatorial currpnt begins Its
westward movement at the very point
at which vessels from an Isthmian
canal would enter the Pacific, and
moves steadily westward to the vicin
ity of the Philippines; then, turning
northward along tho coast of China
and Japan, Is deflected to the east,
flows eastwardly across the north
Pacific to the American coast, and
then moves down to the western coast
of the United States to the point of
beginning. The air currents, wliile
their exact location Is somewhat af
fected by the changes of the seasons.
follow practically the same lines, and
aie equally certain and reliable." advantages of favorable wind and cur
"The rate of speed at which this rent in practically every mile of the
ocean current flows in Its great cfr-i entire distance."
RAILROADERS IN EL
General Passenger Agent Volney u.
Stiles of the El Paso &. Southwestern,
announced two important promotions
this morning, effective October 1. F.
L. Waterman, city passenger agent In
El Paso, is promoted to the position
of traveling passenger agent. Jointly
for tho Rock Island and the El Paso &
Southwestern, with headquarters in
that city. His duties, however, will
be such as to keep him on the road a
large part of the time, his territories
being Arizona, New Mexico, Sonora
and Chihuahua, embracing many thou
sand miles ot trackage.
The second promotion made by Mr.
Stiles was that of H. D. McGregor,
joint ticket agent at tho Southern Pn
cific depot, El Paso, to take the place
made vacant by the promotion of Mr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(H. E. No. 8471.)
Department of tho Interior, Land of
flee at Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 25,
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof
In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the U. S
court commission at Albnqueique, N
M., on November 4, 1!105., viz.: Iion
aeiano Valencia, for the southwest
quarter of section 2, township 8 north,
range 6 east.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
uion and cultivation of said land, viz.:
JacolM) Valencia, of Chilli!, N. M.;
Jose Mora, of Chilli!. N. Ni.; Alejan
dro Ronquillo. of Ohilill, N. M.; Adam
Lopez, of Clilill. N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
"Mother was lucky" papa bought a
Sond tor Book
Ar? you to become
liiegieit amount ol
obliged to undergo,
could do ariyuun
do it f on
It a liniment
1 1 oo t
rt tx u i t j.
"Wa at aU.aaaaWaMMMMMWWWM
.JONATHAN 1 1 KNI IKHSON.
any of the allied ships, Captain Bath
nurst. being numbered among the
dead. The battle of Navarino was fou
ght October 2u, 1827.
Another interesting veteran has t
urned up In England, in the peison ot
John Vaughan, who was a bugler boy
at Waterloo. He had disappeared
from his native place many years ag
o and was thought to be dead.
Vaughan is Jul years old.
cular mov nu nt across the Pacific,
a'"l return, is probably on an average
ot. abllt "l11" V hour, Or 24
miles a day. while the rate of the
movement of the air current Is of
course much more rapid.
"These facts, it seems to me, justify
me in the assertion that this steady,
permanent, flow of air and water
a flow which will never cease so long
as tho earth revolves toward the east
and thp great bodies of land w ater re
tain their ptesent relative positions
must always give to the North Ameri
can contini nt a marked advantage in
the commeire of the Pacific. Its ves
sels from the eastern coast, entering
the Pacific, at the isthmus, will move
westward, aided by air and water cur
rents, past i 1 1 1- Hawaiian islands, Wake
Island and Guam to the Philippines;
thence northward to those two great
trade centers. Shanghai and Yoko
hama, and thence, and still following
these currents, will move to the east,
along that shortest route known as
the "great circle' in the north Pacific,
touch at our western ports for trans
shipment of freights for the east, and
then, still following tho ocean current
down our Pacific const, will reach the
entrance to the Isthmian canal having
been aided by favoring currents of air
and water in the entire circular tour of
"The feasibility of fnis plan is found
in the fact that, while the actual sail
ing distance from the western end of
tho proposed Isthmian canal to Manila
via Hawaii and Guam is 9,500 miles,
the return trip from Manila via Shang
hai, Yokohama and San Francisco to
i the canal Is but ln.onn miles, with the
CHICKEN RAISING IN
COUNTY OF EDDY.
Henry Clark says he is in the chick
en business for the coin and not Tor
"publication," but did not mind giving
a few pointers about the business.
"Yes, I have cleared $700 on my
chickens tho past year. I traded
thirty hens a few days ago for a good
buggy, nearly new. I deliver the hens
next April and take the buggy now.
and In the meantime I will get at least
$3 worth of eggs from each hen. My
chickens never are diseased, for the
reason that I do not let them lnbreed.
1 send away every year for first-class
cockrells and get rid of the old ones,
even if I have to cut their heads off
and make a pot pie out of them. I use
the dark leghorn and have them to
hatch in the spring so they will com
mence to lay In September. I have
contract customers all the year round
at twenty-five cents per dozen. I
have no trouble selling the eggs I get.
I sell hens for fifty cents an'd up
wards. I give as high as $3 and $4
and express, for cockrells. That's all.
Are You Engaged?
Engaged people should remember,
that, after marriage, many quarrels
can be avoided, by keeping their di
gestions in good condition with Elec
tric Bitters. S. A. Brown, of Bpnnetts
villp, S. C, says: "For years my wife
suffered Intensely from dyspepsia,
complicated with a torpid liver, until
she lost her strength and vigor, and
became a mere wreck of her former
self. Then she trio,) Electric Bitters,
which bellied her at once, and finally
made her entirely well. She is now
strong and healthy." Ail druggists sell
and guarantee them, at 50 cents a bot
tle. Harsh physics react, weaken the
bowels, cause chronic constipation.
loau's Kegulets operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation, 2Tc.
A-k our druggist for them.
about " Motherhood."
a mother ? It j. l i you icahie I
fcutlenne th.it most women are
the pajo Ihev h;ne lo bear r II you
to teii-.e (hat 1 nn would you no
aie a in 1 li- woman and ol course you
tt - ad carefully every uid
to potent that it will greatly lessen the
ot any cave ,.f h'xit, no matter how dith-
cult. With this liniment, M'tl.e'hod it a beautiful
without it, a mgm lie No more sufter-
moie nei-vi-.n i ar,-, but one peaceful ideal
her hood n vo.n ;! you w ill but open youl eyes.
Per external use. a( to adminsler and
"ndeiful in i -suit A word to the arise
liumei s l l.fiul. All muKm- ,rn n a.
-r juttle We send uui book "Mother
hood," dee. if ynij t' for P
DflADFlClD mc.UtATOn OO..
DR. J. E. KRAFT.
Rooms 16 and 16 Grant block, over
the Golden Rule Dry ffoods Company.
Both phones. Appointments made bj
tdmund J. Alger, U. U. S.
No. 3"6 Kallrond ftvenuc office bour
-.30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1 30 p. m. to 6
r. m. Tclppaone 462. Appulntmtints tnrte
Bernard 8. Rodey.
ATTORN KI-AT-UW, Albuquerque,
N. M. Prompt attention Riven to all
buhlnosa pertnlnlng to the profession.
V 111 prnctlce In ai! courts of the terri
tory and before the United Btatee land
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORN KY-AT-LA W, 32 F" street, N.
V S ashlnRton, t). t'e'alona. landa,
patenta, copyright, carlata, lettr pat
enta. trade marks, clalme.
H. W. D, Bryan.
N. U. office, Kirs,, national Hank bulld
ln. W. Dobaon
ATTORNK Y-AT-L.AVV, Offloe
well block, Albu jerque, N. M.
John H, Stlngle.
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, Bulte 18, N. T.
Armljo building, Albuquerque. N. M.
F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling
ford, rooms 46-47, Barnett building,
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones.
D. F. MACROLLING,
Civil engineering, surveying and
drafting. 503 South Third street.
CONTRACTOR & BUILD E R.
A. L. Morgan.
THE IN'PKPRXDENT CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER Estimates cheerfully
furnished: job work soltrted. Automatic
'phone 724; shop 911 North Second street,
Albuquerque, N. M.
C. H. Cenner, M, D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
treated. Offllce Barnett building.
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. J, E, Bronson.
Room 17. Whltln Block.
Dr. Blott, M. R. C. V. S.
Veterinary surgeon and dentist.
Horses, cattle and hogs treated by
the latest, up to date, appioved, sci
entific methods. 0ee at Trimble's
stables. Old 'phone, 3: auto.. 122.
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hayward, clair
voyant and business medium, 120
South Arno street. Office hours: 10
to 2 dally. Evenings and Sundays by
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewrttlng, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
ing. DAY AND EVENING SESSION.
For particulars call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secretary,
Library building, East Railroad ave
ROSA FUTRELLE GIDEON,
Teacher of Piano.
Commercial Club building, Albuquer
que, N. M.
CORBET & COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
States Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
East side of Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M.
You are invited to the Cash Buy
ers' union to attend their Immense
sale of Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Under
wear, Blankets, Comforts, Outing
Flannels, Crockery, Enamelware, Tin
ware, Cutlery, Glassware and Grocer
ies. Special bargains during fair
week. Cash Buyers' Union Store, 22
North Second street, Wm. Dolde pro
$25 California $25
Second Class Colonist Rates
Sept. 15 to Oct. 31
Stopovers allowed in Cali
fornia. For particulars, call
on any agent.
H. S. LUTZ,
J. J. BYRNE, Agent.
G. P. A., Iajs Angeles, Cal.
What's the use of a helper If 45
he Isn't w illing? Willingness is -
an ample mantle which will al-
mo.-t cover all the sins of serv- it
b e. But a classified advertise- 4
nu nt in The Evening Citizen is a
willing helper that Is not only T
absouitely competent, btt also Is 4
a willing worker. It works all
the time for you. It is the best
and most economical publicity in a
When iudigcstlon becomes chronic
It Is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will cure indigestion, and all trouble
resulting therefrom, thus preventing
catarrh of the stomach. Ir. New
brough. of League. W. Va , says: "To
those suffering from Indigestion or
sour stomach I would say that there
is no better remedy than Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. I have prescribed It for
a number of patients with good suc
ci'&." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dlgpsts
what you eat and makes thp stomach
sweet. Sold by all druggists.
Capital and Surplus $100,000
X fr ?' "V f
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPA8SED FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALC'JQUERQUE, N, M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMODATION AND
80LICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
80L0M0N LUNA, President:
W. S. STRICKLER. V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson. Asst. C4h.er
WM. MCINTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEORGE AR NOT
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors.
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS President
M. W. FLOURNOY vice President
FRANK McKEE Cashier
R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Authorized Capital $500,000.00
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
Depository for Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fe Railway Company
We have had a very satisfactory growth since the establishment
of our bank. If you are not one of our customers, we should like
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
O. N. MARRON, President.
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier.
The Standard Plumbing & Heating 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.
Auto. 'Phone, 671.
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U "OLD RELIABLE"
L. O. PUTNEY
Carries the Largest and Most
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
We are now prepared to figure on cement walks. We use first class
material and employ competent workmen, which Justifies us in glv.
lng you a positive guarantee. Our prices will compare favoiably
with responsible competition.
Laughlin Hydraulic Stone Company
AUTOMATIC PHONE 711.
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Nearly twice the amount of light for the
same amount of money, under
the new schedule.
See the Light Man,
ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE
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on Savings Deposits
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D. A. MCPHERSON, Vice President.
ROY McDOXALD, Assistant Cashier.
412 W. Railroad Ave.
Colo. 'Phone, 234.
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Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
ALBUQUERUE. N. M.
Fourth and Gold Ave.
FE, N. M.
YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 4, '05