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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1905,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Fitfst National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, AUGUST 25, 1005
FOR YOUR WIFE
A1.JJUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
2 $1 0 Down--$t Week
A CHRISTMAS PRESENT THAT WILL GROW
PRESENT YOUR WIFE ON CHRISTMAS MORNING WITH A CONTRACT FOR ONE OF THOSE BEAUTI
FUL 50-FOOT RESIDENCE LOTS Iff THE EASTERN ADDITION ON THE HIGHLANDS. AND "YOU WILL
SEE THE HAPPIEST WOMAN IN ALBUQUERQUE. IT MEANS THE STARTER FOR A HOME OF HER
OWN SOMETHING BESIDES RENT FOR HER TO LOOK FORWARD TO. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR
SEND US YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL DRIVE YOU OVER THE PROPERTY. A PERFECT ABSTRACT
OF TITLE WITH EVERY DEED.
tSwefty Iirwestenieinift Co,
Loans 4nd Discounts, -Bonds,
Stocks, Real Estate,
Banking House and Furniture,
United States Bonds, $ 323,000.09
Cash and Exchange, 1,310,015.50 1,663,015.50
Total, ----- $2,955,958.49
Capital and Profits, -Circulation,
- - - - -Deposits,
Depository of the A. T. & S. F. Railway System
no seven miles to tne soum. juan
C. "Jaramil'.o has been appointed post
New National Bank at Texico.
The comptroller of the currency has
aniu-ovett thp establ shment or me
First National bank at Texlccs Koose
....it ,,,,t,- a th IT. linn rnnltal. Tile
T. .1. Carrican. nresldent of the port a wonderful showing and plenty : , inu,.h n sietiue Ar
Clara Gold and Copper company, Is improvements going on at the ,nur F jOIU,B J()hn s Pt.arcei Hob
In from the romrtanv's nronertles in i c' . "" "' SOn F. Jones and J. W.Jones.
in irom the company s properties in from the east are g(.ttlng interested M Aho.;,h office of Receiver.
the Bill Williams Fork section .with a ln the maUer t0 a greater extent than SoCretarV of the Interior E A.
sack of as rich gold bearing ore as ever before and are making visits , Hi't c-hcock In his annual report, will
was ever brought into Prescott. The the property. Yesterday morning E. ', to congress the abolish-
gold shows well on every surfaoe i. yogcls and 1.. J. McCloskey, mem- f th, ffl of rPCt,lvt,r Bt fed-
of many of the pieces, while others ,ers of the company, came in from , era ,an() ofrices He argues that the
which are als: rich In gold are well Philadelphia, and went out to the ; , k f Dre,pnt 'one bv receivers can
stained with copper. The claims are property. They will see plenty f ( ,e tl(ie Just as well by"the register of
located twelve miles from Wenden. things to convince them that the'1n ian(J oince The abolishment of
i.u uie hub ui me j. k iii.ina.r, property is an ngni anu nai uiey ,n(1 orlire woni,l save a quarter million
"UNCLE JOSl SPRUCEBY
advent of which road has caused min- have a good mine out there. 'News-
era and prospectors to invade a nun-. Herald.
eral section seldom before visited and j
but little prospected. Mr. Carrigan s. W. Haines, secretary of the Gila
has shipped nine sacks of this ore toGol(i Jj)(le company, arrived last night
Los Angeles, and it is safe to say , from lne white Tanks mining dls
that it will cause some little mining trlct. He reports that miners work
excitoment when it arrives there and ins on the Union mine, owned by
its value becomes known. Mr. Carrl-;pre(j h. Volz, Jr., of this city, have
gan says the ledge has been cross cut ; encountered some high grade ore on
for 140 feet and there Is no wall in ; new workings. Arizona Gazette.
sight yet. Five blanket formations of: y
ore have been cut through in this dls- c B oenung. the pioneer miner, Is
tance, each one lying below the other. ln from tne Quartzite section. He
and all are rich in gold. The copper gaw at gaiome about 300 head of hor
ore comes from the lowest ore zone SP9 an(j muies to be used in pushing
or blanket formation. All the ore has tne A & c grade westward. Mr. Ge
a different appearance from the aver- nun(; ,s 8hipping ore from his mining
age ores of this section. So far as de- property in the Harqua Halas, five
veloped it is certainly a remarkable n,ne8 from windom, and twelve miles
property. j from Cullen's. Tpe ore Is free gold.
In an ite. n about, the Or a Plata j nowman. of the Rainhow Min
, mine, Todd Basin the Mohave Miner; companv ,3 ln fronl the corn
states that up to 1879 it was rejjorted n peonies In the Bradshaw
to have produced 100.000 n Bold and . ' waa welcome cailer
silver and has produced as much, yesterday. He has a
more since that time. The ' assorted , hundred feet on one
ores ran as high as 20 ounces gold company's claims, has a strong
and 100 ounces silver per ton. The . ,
average shipping ore of the mine was
about three ounces gold and from 40
to 60 ounces silver to the ton. The
doliars annually In salaries. This will
be in line with the policy to consoli
date different land offices that has
been adopted and that is being car
NOTICE OF SALE.
ore lody and good ore.
Honest Jim Sellers Is moving the
l.l kntat ttnA n.tmn f .It. 1 l O T T" V 111 tl-
!" tion to the Cornucopia mine ln Asn
very great, a though the ?norBk'nff.aarve creek district. The management has
still very fallow the nia a haft hav- n t earlydate they would
ing attaineu c n o ..ui be taUlnB out ore which they Intend
u.tphpeedPw.tehnta sm 'tinAn tbe Humboldt smel-
compressor and machine drills, and 1 1
all necessary equipment for deep For tne past tw0 (lavSt grpat ioads
work. In the old workings there is of machinery from the old 10-stamp
a large tonnage of milling ore, while S1iver Flake mill at Oreora creek
the new work shows the vein to still naye been 8owiy niovlng through
carry the rich values carried nearer town on lts way to its new destina
the surface. j tion in Cherry creek, on the Arizona
D. J. SulHvanTlhT county assessor nes Per,y- R" Burmister'
of Yavapai county, spent part of the manager.
week in Congress looking over the
properties of the Alaska Gold Mining
company. He has made contracts for
the assessment work to lie done on
the Cleveland and Ohio claims, which
lie several miles from the main prop
erties of the company. Mr. Sullivan
said that lio had just returned from
a trip to ls Angeles and that the
Alaska company is getting on its feet
in good shape now. If the Alaska Is
A. R. Dickey Is in from the Brad
shaw mountains. He Is owner of the
Spring Green mine, a parallel vein of
The Gladiator. He has plenty or good
grade copper ore on his mine dumps
and a great deal more exposed on the
(First publication October 21. 1905.)
By virtue of a decree of the dis
trict court of Bernalillo county, New
) Mexico, made and entered on the 20th
day of October, 1S05, In a certain pro
ceeding pending ln said court wherein
Wlhiam L. Trimble is plaintiff, and
A. A. Tiimble, executor of the las!
will and testament of Lawrence a
Trimble, deceased, and ex-officla ad
ministrator of the partnersalp assets
of W. L-. Trimble & company, and the
heirs at law and legatees Cf Lawrence
S. Trimble, deceased, are defendants
numbered 6842 on the dcket of said
court, the undersigned will on wed
nesday, the ISthday of November
190b. about the hour of 10 o'clock a
m.. on the premises hereinafter de
scribed, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
described real estate situate, lying
and being In the city of Albuquerque
County of Bernalillo and Territory of
New Mexico, to-wlt:
Lots numbered one (1), two (2)
three (3). four (4), five (5) and six
(6), of block nine (9), of the original
townslte of Albuquerque, together
with the Improvements thereon, con'
sistlng of a frame stable and other
structures used by the firm of W. L.
Trimble & company In the conduct of
the business of said firm.
The sale -will 4e made subject to
the approval of the said court, and
upon confirmation of the sale, tne pur
chaser will receive a good and sunr
cient deed, and will be let into pos'
session of the premises, which will
be cold as a whole, and without Ql
A. A. TRIMBLE
Executor of the last will and testa
ment of Lawrence S. Trimble, de
cease(J, and ex-officio administrator
or the partnership assets or w. ij,
Trimble &. company.
There Is the fragrant pe
the apple blossoms and the clover all
through the Ftory of "Uncle Josh.
Spruceby," and one seems to breathe :
the balmy air of the country, as the';
many Interesting scenes are being en-
joyed. You must see this play and
see how much better you feel after
witnessing the scenes on the old farm,
and tho natural acting of g. company
f canalile actors. You will find the
comedy the genuine article, and no
matter how old a theater-goer you
may lie. you wllr smile, and smile
loudly, at the many clever lines and
funny situations with which the play
abounds. At the Elks' theater Wed
nesday night, November 1.
'THE CHAPERONS" HERE
George B. Seammell, of the George
Byron Seammell Investment company
lios Angeles, writes that he "hope
not gotten on its feet the rest of the I to see dear old Arizona again this
prospects in this section may as welt; time to lay out work for the starting
iuit tin? business, as there is a fine : up of the mine.
showing on that property, and thtre
ladies' stmiimle :r anything else
that was feminine. When the public
AND HIS HAYSEED BAND got a chance to see "The Chaperons."
ltnlvuriit verillrt was that til
rfume of We was so t 'oally did Q
not matter " "i"'""
: : T0
Lone after Isidore Witmark and
Frederick Rankin, the authors of "The;
Chaperons," that will be seen at the ;
Elks' theater Thursday night, Novem
ber 2, had completed the libretto and
music of the piece, and in faci dur
ing the rehearsals and up to within
two weeks of their first performance.
they were having their troubles with
the name. No sooner was the name !
given out with the original spelling,
"The Chaperones." than It was quickly
discovered that there were thirteen ;
letters In it, and of course something
had to be done at once, ine most od-i Rutn Lloyd, with "The 1 Chaperons,
vioua remedy was to drop the final, Th..i Thura
The Beer that is making
Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co.
A HOME INDUSTRY.
Auto.' Phone, No. 92. Colo. Phone, Black, No. 93.
Santa Fe ' Central Railway System
SUNSHINE ROUTE, via TORRANCE GATEWAY.
Fast passenger and freight service. Steamship tickets to all parta
of the World.
Connections at Torrance, N M., with the El Paso & Southwestern,
and Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific Railways. At Kennedy and Santa
Fe, N. M., with the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway. At Santa
Fe with the Denver & Rio Grande railroad.
Special attention given to handling of passengers and freight
Send your freight via the Chicago, Rock Island & Paclflo rail
way, via Torrance, N. M.
Your business respectfully solicited.
W. H. ANDREWS. S. B. ORIMSHAW,
Pres. and Oen. Mgr. Asst. to Pres. and Oen. Mgr.
FRANK DIBERT. Asst. Secy, and Treas.
J. P. LTNO, A. I ORIMSHAW.
City Frt. and Pass. Agt Traveling Frt. and Past. Agt.
GENERAL OFFICES SANTA FE, N. M.
at the Elks' Theater Thursday
night, November 2.
"e," making It. read as it does now,
"Chaperons." This immediately start-
In ttio ftramntic. tian-
ers. it being claimed that as the word Each ye.tr since It has increased In
"cham-rone" was feminine In gender, popularity, and the songs
It must have the final "e." and any 'catchy aud tne run as
are as I
other spelling of the word would be holoaoine this sea.on as tliey ever
wrong. At last the much mooted were, i.ihe an hou wiimk. h
nnoii.in i-n ooitletl when Mr. Ran-: proves with age. The company this
kin came out with the statement that 1 year is said to be larger and better.
th -riianemnHs" he was ta king about than ever before, and me pniii-iuni
in the piece were of the masculine is entirely new, m-w scenery,
variety, and not intended for young costumes and new everything.
1 ta Rate til HI Paxil Tmsl
Y vxauuj &IUIUU IU XJA X UMUj X UI1UM o
is every indication that they have a
second Congress. M'wa ileraid.
Visitors who have been at the prop
erty of the Kincon mine, of late. re-
It is stated that the Oriental people
now have their tunnel in 4,Imiii feet,
and 4'Wi feet further on an uprise will
be made from it to connect with the
Ixittie tunnel. I'rescott Courier.
The annual thankr-giving day of the
Navajo Indians i.s now being celelira'.i il
by the tribe on their reservation in
i he northwest part of the territory and
i he red men are having a big time.
SPAIN'S KING Ltf T
TO VISIT GERMANY
.Madrid. Oct. ol King Alphon-e
ui i omp.'iuied by l'n tuier General
Mouterey liios. and a la rue siii'e.
siarttd ye.-tenlay on a lmig planned
vi-ii in' G. inianv. N'o'hing definite
Wards of Pneumonia.
All coughs, colds and pulmonary com
plaints that are curable are quickly
cured by One Minute Cough Cure.
Clears the phlegm, draws out Inflam
mation, and heals and soothes the af
fected parts, slrengthens the lungs,
wards off pneumonia. Harmless and
pleasant to take. Sold by all drug
gists. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
l HEALTH EXERCISES
ACCOUNT MEETING AMERICAN MINING CONGRESS
November 141H to 18
Dates of sale November 13, 14 and 15, final limit will be November
25; if desired, an extension of return limit can be obtained by de
posit of ticket with Joint agent and payment of fee of 60c, before
November 16, limit to be extended to December 25.
Call at ticket office for further particulars.
H. S. LUTZ, Agent.
The N:ajos began dancing last night js Known c-oncernin:; the object ef th
and the celebration will coin unit! tor
jsevera. days. The past year has been
i i;e tl tiie most prosperous in the his
tory of the tribe. The Indians have
ol,l their wool for a big price, their
crops have been good anil all are in
fin shape for the coining winter. The
Ind'an name given the dance is Yabe
chi, meaning tluinksgiviing for the
i;oo 'ness of the great spirit. A large
number of tourists have been pour-in-
into t lie reservation during the
rai-t few days to witne.-s the dance.
visit, bat as it folinws so closely at-
!! the Visit of 1'leMilent l.O'.lU't tl)
.Spain, the king's visi' is believed M
be more in the way of a diplomatic
mission than as a mere friendly visit.
The Wing will remain in Berlin from
November tith to November Utll, and
an elaborate program for his enter
tainment has been prepared, including
festivities at the court, a military re
view and a hunt.
(H. E. No. 8471.)
Department of the Interior, Land of
lire at Santa Ke, 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 h
nrohatR clerk at All.uauernuo. N.
M.. on November 4. 13"., viz.: Don-!
aciatio Valencia, for the southwest
quarter of sectiou 2, township 8 north,
range 6 east.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
uion and cultivation of snid land, viz.:
Jacobo Valencia, of Chilli!, N. M.;
Jose Mora, of Chili!!, N. to.; Alejan
dro Honqulllo, of Chilili, N. M.; Adam
Lopez, of ClUnl. N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
I .-- a"" , ' A1- '' -'
.T. C. IIA.IiD13HDGE
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Covers more, looks beet, wears
longest, most economical, full
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stock. Plaster, Lime. Cement,
Paint, Olass, Sash Doors, etc
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
Don'i Borrow Trouble.
It is a bad habit to borrow anything,
but the worst thing you can possibly
borrow, is trouble. When sick, sore,
heavy, weary, and worn-out by the
pains and poisons of dyspepsia, bilious
ness, Ilright'a disease, and 6lmilar In
ternal disorders, don't sit down and
brood over your symptoms, but fly for
relief to Electric Hitters. Here you
will find sure and permanent forget
fulness of all your troubles, and your
body will not be burdened by a load of
,lebt d'sease. At all druggets- Price
Millions? Fel heavy after dinner?
Tongue coated? MiWer taste? Com
plexion sallow? Liver needs waking
uw Doan's lteguleu cure Mllious at
M.ks. 25 tfcnts, at any drug store.
Joha McCaffery has been appointed
posi master at Kirkland, Arjz'ma and
Menjamin F. Morris at Santa 'Cruz,
Santa Ke county. New Mexico.
Manfor Romero has been appoint '
ptistmasler at Frisco, Socorro county.
Postoffice to be Established.
Delegate to Congress W. H. An
tlrews has rtcomtnended to the post
omce department fur est abli-liiiient, a
posiotlice at Hrownhoin. Roosevelt
fount)', Miss Allie Montgomery to be
The postotfiie at Torrron, Torrance
county, will be re-established. It
will be served from Tajuiue, two aud
a 1U miks to the north and Maiua-
MOVEMENT NO. 5. ,
Lie (lo.vn on )our back, lohl your
aim., ever yu.ir h(..-.t. ami endeavor
' rise to a sitting position witliout
l::'in.' the feet from the floor, keep
ii.t: ti'itt: tojrt.ier. This cannot us
iiii;y be tlnne linti! tin. back innseleH
have been m reir-" ne.i, and it will be
n ui -siiry to pu' ''ie tiis of your toes
under a hurt a'i to assist In rising.'.
Later use a 1 ' air, or some lighter
thing, gradii:.! y diminishing the
amount of as istatu e as you find your-i
self ablo to rise to a sitting siure. '
This movement should be combined
viih No. ft, as will be exp.aitieil.
i-, loo exhausting to In
rapid iiicci .s-ion, tor i
an I n -i V not be 'lone ,i
o' if s, if it sit ,is ad v i
Ex i rci.-i' l. jiuprme tin- diges
4 lion, reduce the waist measure,
insure a corn I t .lrrtae, and
b it-theu the :sl.
It , T
in ; 0
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
ft. R. MALL, froprlotor
Iron and Mrasg Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Can; Shsftlniri
Pulleys, Grade Uurs, Dabblt Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts for
en l'l times.
o. Ten as the
i'de rot to.
Roomlr on Mlnlntt mnd Mill Machinery m Specialty
Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque. N. M.
4, l-iai'.i shouid be performed 50
times per day.
Open tin? window and wear '
clothing that will not in the bast,
hamper tho muscles. S
v . I '
New Cure for Cancer.
All surface cancers are now known
to be curable, by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. Jaa. Walters, of Duffleld. Vs.,
writes: "I 'nad a cancer on my Up
for years, that seemed Incurable, till
Uuskle-n's Arnica Salve healed it. and
now it is perfectly well." Guaranteed
cute for cuU and burns. 25c at a!)
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are often frustrated by sudden break
downs, due to dyspepsia or constipa
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New Life Pills. They take out the
materials that are clogging your en
ergies, and give you a new start. Cure
headache and dizzluess. too. At all
drug stores; 25c, guatanteed.
Full of Tragic Meaning Do You Want Strength?
are these lines from J. H. Simmons, of! If yu want to increase your strength
Casev, la. Think what might have re- 'ou mu8t Jd tu and nt take from tbe
ul-ej from his terrible cough If 'oe Physical, ln other words, the fooo
had not taken the medicine about!"1"' u eat must be digested, asslm
which he writes: "I had a fearful! Haled and appropriated by the neivea
cough, which disturbed my night's , hhm ani1 tissues before being ex
rest. I tried everything, but notning ' pelled from the intestines. Kodol Dy
A-ould relieve it, until I took Dr j Pepsia Cure adds to the physical. It
King's New Discovery for Consump j Rives strength to and builds up
tion. Coughs and Colds, which com- strength ln tho human system. It Is
pletely cured me.' Instantlv relieve pleasant to the taste and palatable
and permanently cures all throat and and tho only food combination of dl
lung diseases; prevents grip and gestants that will digest the food and
pneumonia. At ail druggists; guar-! enable the system to appropriate all of
CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND RE
PAIRING Harness, Spring Wagons Built to
Cor. First Street and Tljeras Road ALDUJUtHIJUt UAHKIAlit UU.
anteed; 5'c and
11.00. Trial bottle
SARATOGA CHIPS FRESH EV
&RY DAY AT MALOY'S.
See the window display of the Rio
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.50 wa.k
Its hoalih and strength-giving
ties. Sold by all drugt-'ista.
Ixm't think that piles can't be
cured. Thousands of obstinate cases
have been cured by IViau's Ointment.
Fifty eeuu, at auy ars tor.
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