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ALUUQUKHQUE KV KX1NG CITIZEN.
MONDAY, OCT. 18, 1905.
THE EVENING CITIZEN
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Young Teddy Roosevelt is finding
the foot ball rushes at Harvard suffi
ciently strenuous to make him glad
he is the son of his father. In his
first practice game he landed at the
bottom of a squirming mass of play
ers, and when they were disentangled
it vas fotnd that the president's soi
haj u iong gash in his Fcali f.o.p
which blood flowed freely. The young
man gamely continued the game to
Willie Fitzgerald, the Brooklyn
lightweight, who is training in Ixis
Angeles, wants a match with Jimmle
Gardner, who is also on the Pacific
coast, and will take him on at any
weight he demands and cut money
any way he likes.
After Being the Nelson-Britt fight
pictures, .Toe Gans gave it a3 his
opinion tilt Nelson had tha beltrr
of the fight all the way through. This
is a contrary opinion to that expressed
by Britt's followers, but Gans ought to
be a pretty fair Judge of pace and dis
tance inside the roped arena.
In a recent interview. Battling Nel
son said: "Jimmy Brltt, to my mind,
Js entitled to the first chance with tne,
and then I will take on the others as
they follow in prestige and reputation.
No one is going to be barred and no
one will be overlooked." Challenging
the Dane is one way of getting some
cheap advertising for ambitious little
fellows whose managers must keep
them in the snorting spotlight.
BASKET BALL TERM.
The academic council overruled the
dean of the lay school and Capt Rey
nolds' PennBy's star half back, wim,e
allowed to play on the team. Rey.
nolds has received permission to ma
triculate as a post-graduate student,
a course that the dean says does not
exist at the college. On the other
hand, the charge is made that the
dean has been accused of an enmity
against all forms of amletics.
Prize fighters are aa prodical as
prima donnas. On their way up to the
top of the heap money comes easily
and continuously. When they start
downward, money shuns their path in
a most scandalous manner. John Mor
rlasey, who made hundreds of thous
ands ta tols time, -died penniless. Yan
kee Sullivan didn't leave enough cash I
on hand to defray funeral expenses. I
Ihere was 13 cents in
pockets when the undertaker came.
Billv Poole, who hful
Hollar. In hla rinu- rnvnnr ,..!. i ,...
two of them in his .lead hand. Ned
" H 1 1 J . Ill Ml I'lIM , .
O'Ualdwin. Johnny Heenan, Johnny
Griffin. John Gully, and a long list of'
good money getters once passed to
their reward wiihout a cent to their j
credit. Of the pugilists now living wnu i
have made big money with their fists,
how many of them have held onto the!
vast sums that poured through their J
hands? They are so few that the;
Xiub'ers of one hand will Buffice to'
toutit them all. I
Chicago is on the fight may again,
and if boxing can be conducted along t
lines approved by Mayor' Dunne, thej
Windy Lity should witness some Inter
esting contests this winter. Mayor
Dunne clings to the old-fashioned Idea
that prize fights should be conducted
along legitimate lines; he Is opHised
to fake mills, plug uglies and round--rs
dominating the flt-'hting game. His
views will meet the approval of all lov-,
ers of honest sport.
Now that Nelson is going to side- j
step tlie fighting game for a while, the
big fellows w ill have a chance at the j
center of the stage. Not in years
have their been so many aspiring
heavyweights anxious to do something
to advance their prestige as now.
Some of the big fellows include Al
Kaufman, Marvin Hart, Gus Ruhlin,
John Wille, Mike Schreck, Jack John
son, Sam Berger anil a few others.
Frank Gotch passed off the stai;e
when he was done by a fourth-rater
named "Boomer" Weeks, who disposed
of him in twelve rounds out in Wash
ington. Unofficial figures place Hahn, of
New Yor, at the head of the American
League batting list, with a percentage i
of .331. He has participated in 45
games, was at the hat 164 times, made
61 hits and 32 runs.
The poor defense shown by Iowa
In thegamewlth the Maroons shows
ttiat the Hawkeye conches were not
shouting "wolf" without cause. The
team is a disappointment and gives no
promise of mum Improvement.
The free-for-all fight between play
ers, conches, police and spectators at
the Coliimhfa-Wcsleynn game will do
the sport Immense barm. Whllo the
brutality of the Wesloyan player who
deliberately Jumped upon a prostrate
player deserves unqualified disap
proval, the act of Coach Morley in
(tingglng the offending player behind
the goal posts and assaulting, him tin
til blood spurted from his face was in
excusable. When college sport takes
on the methods of the bar room It
is time to send the offenders into en
foreed relirement for all time.
The Carlisle Indians present about
as pretty team work as any of the
foot ball elevens this season. With
Ii;ht but fleet men they have torn
opposing lines to pieces, and, working
with the precision of well oiled ma
chinery, fought their way to the covet
ed goal line. j
Lovers of fairness In racing- are
commenting upon the displacement of
Judge Murphy at Iatonia. Judge
Murphy punished horsemen for appar
ent unfairness at the summer meeting
at Ivatonia, and some or these nien
had a pull that Is said to have been the
cause of Murphy's retirement. When
a track management refuses to up
hold Its judges who rule in the inter
est of clean sport, it is time for pa
trons of the game to keep their dol
lars in their pockets.
The division of receipts in the
world's championship professional
base ball series between New York
and Philadelphia, which" closed Satur
day and was won by New York, will
net the winning players $1,142 each
and the losers $420. This is a pretty
good compensation for five days'
LINE TO TEXICO
IS NOW CERTAIN
PRESENT SHOPS OF PECOS VAL
LEY ROAD WILL ALSO BE RE
BUILT, AND WITH THE YARD
AGE, WILL COVER FORTY
ACRES OF GROUND.
A special dispatch from Amarillo,
Texas, dated October 13, says:
There is no longer any doubt of the
intention of the Santa Fe railway
company to extend the gulf lines from
Brownwood to Texico, from which
point the main line Is now being con
structed for connection with Albu
querque. T,ie Material, for the work is being
hastened to Texico as well as Brown
wood, and a further extension of the
system from Canyon Cltv to Lubbock,
where the Gulf extension will be tap
ped, is assured. The present shops
of the Pecos Valley lines In this city
will be rebuilt, to cover with yardage,
forty acres, and will give employment
to 1.000 or 1,200 men. Double-header
trains of steel and ties are of dally oc
currence out of Amarillo to Texico.
The Pecos Valley road Is to be en
tirely rebuilt and put Into condition to
carry the fast transcontinental passen
ger, express and freight service.
The entire line of the Fort Worth
& Denver road is being relaid with
seventy-five pound steel, and concrete
abutments are being put ln for all
bridges and abutments. Hundreds of
laborers are doing this work. The
new steel Is being laid inside the old
rails and connected up, and when en
tire sections of track, a mile or more
In length i.ie unspiked and shoved out
on the right of way, the new steel is
then spiked into place without delay-
ing trarac In any -way. I
tne work s being done under the, While thus occupied, the weapon ex
?on?w"rev ,Vf (Jeneral, Superin- ploded, the bullet passing through the
iiiuieni vm. r. youer, rormerly super- fleshy part of his left hand, tear! ne out
intendent of the
ern at Trinidad.
Colorado & South-
LOUIS WACH AND MISS FAR-
RI8 MARRIED AT ROSWELL.
Louis Wachs or Denver and Miss
Edith Farrls of Roswell were married
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. One
hundred and twenty-five invitations
were issued. Dr. G. E. Mcline was
lest man and Miss Margaret Patterson
maid of honor. The bride and groom
left Roswell for Denver, their future
Don't wait for an explosion cook
with gas the humane way.
FREIBURG, GERMANY, PRIZE
PUBLIC OWNERSHIP CITY
(The United States consul at Frel
burg, Germany, E. Theophilus Liefeld,
has Just sent in an interesting report
upon the remarkable degree of munic
ipal ownership and control of public u
tilltles in that city. Freiburg has
To.uou inhabitant nn.l u In tha p-mml
.innhv nf n:.,i..n nri, t..a .
which be calls attention are biieflv s
111 111111 ; ri 'l l"KlV
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,." "K l": !" ns'JI "l
The city's linb-bte li'.ei-i is tT.ITS.-
a a a 4 a a 4 a
Freiburg believes in the municipal ownership of every enterpiise
It has followed the idea for many years.
Electric railway. ' Cem. tery.
(as works, Savings bank,
'l',"'HUr', , Orchestra.
water oiks. Daily Newspaper,
Pawnshop, Stock company,
ihubu iiie coiuuicicii nut necoiarily lor prolit, but lor the benefit or
I HUftlllitf tlM
804. It is claimed tha: lit h practical In case of sickness the help are at
val.f'.iion, the city J pr.n-'iy wo.;i l I tended by specially appointed doctors
wi.:'ii t .vjic! pv much as its ilideb'.od- or at the hospitals. There was no de
ne. . ificit.
Tec city s--Vi iM .-) This de-i The pawnshop showed a siirnhis of
partnient has turned
Into the city .
treasury 1 7 net.
The benefit -for-the-poor fund shows
a .surplus of $1,890 out of $o8,541t in
The Electric Plant.
i lighting its stieets, Frei
I $25,224 worth of light and
worth of power to private par-
ties, got tor the u.-h of Its nie-;two wet
ters. and SHOWED A SURPLUS OFitime the
THE. . ELECTRIC
The stiii t rail way
a surplus of $::,"n().
The gtis works showed a balance of
over $3,G' on the right side of the
The cemetery turned over $13,440 to
the city treasury. This Included the
sale of $2,279 worth of casket to
.Tak? Stern has returned to I.as Ve
gas from the Romero sheep dip, after
superintending the dipping of 5,0oo
head of the fleece producers. The
sheep have been sold to Kansas par
ties and will be shipped to Wichita.
THE COAL MINES.
Joe K. Sheridan. United States coal
mine inspector, with headquarters at
Silver City, was at Magan where he
will inspect the coal mines of the New
Mexico Fuel & Iron company. From
IHran be went, to the mines In the vi
cinity of .aiuii.
WILL BUILD HOME.I
iht 1,1 nn wi 1.0.-7 i atio air u,,r,1,
erlng the building of a handsome, t wo- j JY' L "' """" "e opera nouse
story building, the upper part of which I be fu ' f d""'u-wl n all prob
will be fitted up as the finest Elks' ""' sealed.
hall In the territory, he Santa Fe
Mks have also contracted the bulld-j
ing fever and are minded to provide
a fine opera house for the capital. j
PURCHASED FAT LAMBS
AY r- O T a tii a
W. J. .per. of Tlam? Colo.
has been In Estancia several days re-
celving sheep which he purchased Inl
tho vntlev Up r.nlvn,! n ,,!
the valley. He received a splendid
bunch of lambs from Duncan McGil-
llvray, which were about the
notch. One of this bunch, less than
six months old, tipped the scales at a
little over 100 pounds. Mr. Hapney Is
well pleased with his purchases here.
THROUGH THE HAND.
Last Friday morning at Moriarty.
Jake Wooster had the misfortune to
shoot himself through the hand with
a revolver. He started after a hawk. ,
gun In hand, but slipped and fell, and
ne came (town on an extra train to
Estancia and Dr. Norris dressed the
wound. He is doing as well as could
NEAR SANTA FE.
Vere Boyle and Charles C. Catron,
of Smta Fe, while strolling along the
road near Bowers' place, discovered
a rattlesnake which they immediately
proceeded to kill. When measured,
the reptile was four and one-half feet
long, with sl. rattles and a button. It
put up a game tight for its life, but
two aeainst one was too many for it.
This is the first rattlesnake that has
been killed inside the city limits of
Santa Fe for a number of years.
COLONEL AND MRS. FROST
GONE TO WASHINGTON.
Colonel Frost and Mis. Frost, Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Brown, and Elmer
Marsh, after spending a dav enjoyably
In the Windy City, left Chicago last
Friday for Washington, l). C, and
were expected to arrive at the national
capital Saturday afternoon. Colonel
Frost and Mr. Brown, while, In Wash
ington, will attend the sessions of the
supreme council of the thirty-third de
gree ut Ancient and Accepted Scot
tish Rite of Free .dasonry.
THE DOG ESCAPED,
BUT HAND WOUNDED.
Last Friday night as Marshad David
Sandoval, of Las Vegas, was wending
his way home, he met a dog which he
thought had no business on the streets
and pulled his six-shooter to dispatch
the can ne. The gun refused to work
at tne proper moment
shal took hold of It with both hands
In an attempt to
a large chunk. Dr. Desmarals was Im
mediately called to dress the wound.
He round that while no bones were
broken, the wound Is an exceedingly
nas.ty one, and will incapacitate the
marshal for several days.
AN OBEDIENT BANTAM
PET ROSWELL ROOSTER
Little Miss Gertrude Joyner, daugh
ter of Dr. W. T. Joyner, has a pet ban
tam rooster. While it. might be an
easy thing to make a pet of a chicken,
it is something that is not often done,
to the extent that this little girl has
done. Miss Gertrude's pet banatm was
secured when It was well up ln age,
neighboring towns, and the transpor
tation of bodies to the cemetery from
the city. The bodies are taken to the
chapel at the cemetery on the day of
death. No funeral procession taken
place in the town.
Just a Few Items.
A peculiar institution is the invalid
insurance tax. an imperial institution
which prevails all over Germany.
There Is a tax of $2.,S8, payable every
three months for each servant. The
tax may be paid In part by the ser
vant or wholry by the employer. The
I yeai s total for ! cribing was $ll.;i32.
a 4 'a a a a a a
flUtllllMMf tf f Ml
$221. At the close of the fiscal year
there were in pawn articles unon
which the city had loaned $Jii,3'.l.
Much revenue was from the public
building for rental.
The city orchestra gies 12S regu
lar performances. In summer the or
chetia gives concerts several times
a wei k in the parks. It is allowed
k.-' vacation, during which
city lures another band. The
peoplo lini.-t have their music.
The summer concerts on. Sundajs
are free. The surplus from the or
chestra of 1 1 men was $28S.
Runs a Farm.
The city pensions Its officials and
teachers an I their widows and or
phans. There was a $2,288 deficit
made up by the city.
The itv fields are enriched by its
sewake. The rec eipts and outlay wete
for a fowl, but she has tnncht him to
obey her In everything. She can tell
him to sit on railing, aTlence, or a
certain spot In the yard, until she re
turns, and tne bantam will mind her
and remain for a period of five or ten
minutes at least, walling for his mis
tress to some back and watching for
the caresses li knows she will give
Dim. He will mind everything she
tells him, so far as he Is able, and will
crow at her command, showing that he
undei stands her perfectly. It s cer
tainly a remarkable pet.
8ANTA ' FE ELKS TO
BUILD OPERA HOUSE.
A meeting of the corporation of
Santa Fe lodge. No. 4i',i), II. p. o. Elks,
has been called for Wednesday nlehr.
October 18, at 7:.1 p. m.. In the lodge
rooms, Santa Fe. at which time the
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DECEMBER AND MAY ONCE
MORE FAILED TO AGREE,
John M. Ar(.!l(,r wa8 ,;2 a of
at the tlme of ,8 marrla ln AugllHti
1903, at Clayton, N. M., and his bride
was 22, according to the testimony
ln the county
i court at Clayton, in a suit for divorce
V.m ,i t , -iP .
Hff St&tei tliat lu Jalry following
from Pearl Atchie. The aged plain-
his marriage bis wife deserted him,
and ne was granted a divorce.
NEW MEXICO CHEATED OUT
OF MINING STANDING.
Director of the Mint Roberts gives
the total production of gold ln New
Mexico for the year 1H04, at $38,900.
Why, the Last Chance mine, in the
Mogollon district, produced not far
from that amount in gold and silver
bullion every month. The natives of
PInos Altos alone produce nearly
L,.M, ,,, .,,. , ' i
of ttiat amount, every year, in
is that New Mexico is cheated out of
rlgntful production,, evety year, by
Texas and Colorado, where most of the
ore Is Bent for treatment. Silver City
SANTA FE PEOPLE TO
BE MARRIED IN ARIZONA.
Invitations have been received in
Simla Fe for me marriage of Pedro
H. Samoza to Miss Carnielita Mon
tano, at Flagstaff, Arizona, Monday
next. The ceremony will be perform
ed by Bishop Granjoan, of that dio
cese, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, at
the Catholic church. Mr. Samoza was
formerly a resilient of the Capital City
and has many friends there. Mi.ss
Monlano Is alto well known in Santa
Fe, having visited in that city a num
ber of times.
WHERE SUNNYSIDE IS
AND WHY IT'S THERE.
Sunnyside is situated on the east
banks of the beautiful Pecos river,
nine miles northeast of old Fort Sum
ner, in Guadalupe county, New Mex
ico, says the Sun. The incentive for
the creation of a town at this point
was caused mainly by the building of
the Belen cut off branch of the Santa
Fe railroad. Here the railroad crosses
the Pecos river, and here it Is that
the railroad' company will build the
big iron bridge; to cost not. less than
half a million dollars. Here it is that
the topography, both on the surface
and below, changes. The east side of
the Pecos, with its rich valleys, and
beautiful, verdant prairies, is noted
in Spanish history, as the land of
"Pura agua" (pure water), while on
the west banks the conditions are not
so favorable. The town of Sunnyside
derived its name from the noted Sun
nyside springs, located two miles
northeast of town.
The Graphic says: J. E. Dennis, for
the past year Santa Fe ticket agent
at the Demlng station, left for Albu
querque, and is succeeded by Jon
Powers of Kansas City. Mr. Dennis
has made many friends here, whose
best wishes will follow him to his
new field of labor.
One bay pony, 6 or 7 years old,
white face, also left hind foot white;
branded on left hip. Will be sold at
the city pound Wednesday morning,
October 18, at 10 o'clock.
each $tiD,4L'3. The agricultural pro
ducts sold amounted to $12,666 (a baa
year); milk, $11,829; manure, $1,973;
cattle sold, $11,300. The city bought
fodder to the amount of $15,084, cat
tle, $12,518; and paid $5,469 in wages.
The value of the fields is estimated at
All larger anlmls must be slaughter
ed at the city abbatolr. The fees col
lected for this amounted to $23,071.
Other receipts brought It up to $44,798,
The net receipts were $6,761.
Admissions to the city gardens
brought $l,i'3. Other receipts made
i . j.
Kbet ric liyhn
It $7.17:!. Patt of the money
spent for keep, for plans, for animals
and for the orchestra fund.
Love the Theater.
The chy contributes $32,606 an
nually !,, tne theater. The theater Is
not self supporting, but the city takes
the po.-itimi that it is a necessity, and
would as M,,,,, think of managing the
schools at a prolit as the theater. The
theater spent $1,063 for management.
$38,381 f,,- actors and singers, ami
$5,171 toward the orchestra fund.
Freiburg collects an "octroi" tax on
all food products brought into the city.
The amount was $71,600.
Tim "People's Kitchen" serves sup
per for 4 s cents and dinners for 5. it.
and 7.1 cei.ts; soup 14 cents a howl,
and coffee, 1.7 cents a cup.
The wati r department paid Into the
treasury $71,315, and to employes
The city savings bank has 23,826
depositors' .,,! i;,3l9,soi In deposits.
'Hie school are not entirely free, a
small fee being charged.
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Out of the city until October 24, or
tun.uno J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. 8U6 Kail road avenue Office hour
:50 a. m. to IK: 90 p. m.j 1:30 p. m. to I
p. m. Telephone 4S2. Appointments made
Bernard 8. Rodey.
ATTORNK Y-AT-LA W. Albuquerque,
N. M. Prompt attention atven to all
bufdnesa pertaining to the profaalon.
VV til practice In ail courta of the terri
tory and before the United States lard
ra M. Bond.
ATTOKNET-AT-lAW, 82 f street, N.
W., Washington. i. v.. Fe alone, lands,
patents, copyrights, cavlats, letter pat
ents, trade marka, clalme
R. W. D. Bryan.
ATTORNE Y-AT-LA W. Albuquerque,
N. at. Office, Flrai isatlnnal Bank build
E. W. Dobson.
well block, Albn jerque. N. M.
John H. 8tingie.
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Bulte 16. N.
Armljo building, Albuquerque, N. M.
F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling-
rord, rooms 46-47, Barnett building,
Albuquerque, N: M. Both 'phones.
D. F. MACROLLING,
Civil engineering, surveying and
drafting. 211 Railroad avenue.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
A. L. Morgan.
TIII3 INPEPENDKNT CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER Estimates cheerfully
furnlshod; Job work sollcted. Automatic
phone 724: ehon 911 North Second atreet.
Albuquerque, N. M.
C. H. Canner, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
treated. Offllce Barnett bunding.
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. Blott, M. R. C. V. S.
Veterinary surgeon and dentist.
Horses, cattle and hogs treated by
the latest, up to date, approved, sci
entific methods. OVce at Trimble's
stables. Old 'phone, 3; fruto., 122.
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
ing. DAY AND EVENING 8ESSION.
For partipulars call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secretary.
Library building. East Railroad ave
CORBET & COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
States Deputy Mlnera4 Surveyors.
East aide of Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M
What's the use of a helper If
he isn't willing? Willingness Is -
S an ample mantle which will at
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f absoultely competent, but also Is V
a willing worker. It works all V
' the time for yon. It Is the best V
S and most economical publicity in
the world. 1
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nese, Brlght's disease, and similar in
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brood over your symptoms, but fly for
reuer to Electric Bitters. Here you
win find sure and permanent forget
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body will not be burdened by a load of
debt disease. At all druggists. Price
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(H. E. No. 8471.)
Department of the Interior, Land of
fice 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 tha
probate clerk at Albuquerque, N
M., on November 4, 1905., viz.: Don'
aclano Valencia, for the southwest
quarter of section 2, township 8 north,
range s eaBt.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Jacolio Valencia, of Chllili, N. M.j
Jose Mora, of Chilill, N. M .; Alelan
dro Ronqulllo, of Chilill, N. M.; Adam
uopez, or Cllllll, N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
Full of Tragic Meaning
are these lines from J. II. Simmons, of
Lasey, la. Think what might have re-
suited from his terrible cough if he
had not taken the medicine about
which ho writes: "I had a fearful
cough, which disturbed my night's
rest. I tried everything, but nothing
would relieve U. until I took Dr
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, which com
pletely cured me.' Instantly relieves
and permanently cures all throat and
lung diseases; prevents grip and
piiwumonia. At all druggists; guar
anteed; 60c and J1.00. Trial bottle
and CURE THE LUNGS
SOc & $1.00
b ureal mid tiuiekent Cure for all
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
LES, or MONEH BACK.
Capital and Surplus $100,000
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILfni
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUER M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCf
80LICIT3 NEW ACCOUNTS.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON I IIMi D. i j
W. 8. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson At.t
wm. Mcintosh solomon Luna geoiiA a,
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLAP.kwPi i GERGE.A'
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DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA FE RAILWAY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS " Prudent
R. A. FROST , AVaiitiBt CMhler
H. F. RAYNOLDS . . . . . " . V. .... Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Authorized Capital 1500,000.00
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company
We have tad a yery satisfactory growth since the establishment
or 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. D. A. McPHERSON, Vice President
J. B. HERNDON. Cashier. ROY McDONALD, Assistant Cashier.
A s. ,
The Standard Plumbing & Heating Co.
I. H. COX,
Iron THnA Irnn Ptna mttt,a 1 )
0 r -A, '1 ' , H ""'"s". i-iosa ruiings ana vaives, steam and
Hot Water Heating and Gas Fitting. A full line of bath room Ox
A tures and supplies. Storer Gasoline Engines.
0 Auto. 'Phone. 671. 412 W.
a s a yv..A.'s.
0 "OLD RELIABLE"
L. B. PUTNEY
Flour, Grain and Provisions
Carries the Largest and Most
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE
A Pleasure to All. ,
No I'll! is as pleasant and positive as i
PeW'ilt's Little Early Risers. These!
Famous Little Pills are so mild and I
effective that children, delicate ladies j
and weak people enjoy their cleansing!
effect, while stroiiR people say they
are the bet liver pills sold. Sold by
on Savings Deposits
. . . . M.
Railroad Ave. Colo. 'Phone. 234.
Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries'
ALBUQUERUE, N. M.
WE HAVE HIT THE MARK
With our new rates
See the Light Man
FOURTH AND GOLD AVE.
FE, N. M.
YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 4, '05
A. W. HAY DEN
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Office and Factory
4U' WEST COPPER AVENUE.
Albuquerque, N. M.
Phones, Auto. 108; Colo., Black 265.