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ALDUQUEHOUE EVENING CITIZEN
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1905.
Sam llixlor. engineer, of Snn Mar-
clal, lias taken a year's contract to
run the switch engine at Doming, lie
Is an old employe of the road.
Mr. Gleason, the tlrkrt clerk at the
Southern Pacific office, at Doming,
lias taken a month's vacation, and T.
J. Klase, Mr. Holirh's nephew, has the
Peter Sandoval, a Santa Fe section
hand, was brought to the city last
nlgrht on No. 8, from Armijo station,
suffering with a broken rll and other
injuries. He was taken to the com
pany hospital for treatment.
Robert Burns, a machinist, in the
Santa Fe shops at San Bernardino.
met with a serious accident a few
days ago by pott inn his finger caught
In a lathe. He lost a good sized slice
of the forefinger and will be laid up
lor several days.
Cards have been posted announcing
fhp Trainmen's annual ball, which
will be held at the Duncan opera
house. Las Vegas, on Thursday even
ing, November 3 1 t li . i The dance will
be given under the nusplces of Olor
leta Lodge, No. 77, and supper will be
served In the hall. Everybody is in
vited. Admission, $1.00.1
Joseph II. Richley, for many years
a conductor out of Las Vegas, is in
that citv for a few days on a visit to
his family. Mr. Richley and Bob
Long were on the Mexican Central
train, bound for Juarez, and decided
to stay over in Aguas Claientes for
a day. The train was wrecked soon
after leaving them, and the cars were
badly smashed and several people in
jured. Earnings of the Rock Island system
beginning with November are expect
ed to make an Improved showing. The
company has been making consider
able expenditures and charging them
to operating, thus swelling the ratio
of cost to gross receipts. Such extra
disbursements have been practically
cleaned up, it is understood, and for
that reason better returns will be
Dressed in a union suit, coat, vest
and licht overcoat, but minus his
trousers, E. H. Harriman, the railroad!
magnate, started to leave his private
car at the union depot-, at Omaha, a
lew mornings ago. He had opened
the car door to step outside,' when a
draft of cold air and a hasty excla
mation from Julius Kruttachnitt, di
rector of maintenance and ways, call
ed his attention to his forsetltilness.
New compartment cars for service
on the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul
i railway are under construction, and
' they are a departure from any com
partment cars built heretofore. They
differ in that in all other compart
ment cars the drawing rooms are lo
cated at .the end of the cars, over the
wheels, while the new cars will 'have
the drawing rooms located in the cen
ter of the car. They are the first
cars of this pattern ever built.
Arthur B. Wagner, son of Mrs. M.
Wagner, of 309 West Atlantic avenue,
was one of the passengers on Santa
Fe train No. 1, which was wrecked
yesterday morning near Kansas City.
Mr. Wagner is returning to Albuquer
que from Chicago, where he has been.
undergoing treatment in a hospital.
In a telegram to his mother he states
that he was not injured, as he was
traveling in a tourist Pullman, which
did not leave the track. He la ex
pected to reach the city some time to
night on the delayed train.
MISSOURI PACIFIC LAYS
OFF MANY BRAKEMEN
Fourteen brakeraen have been let
out at Wichita, Kan., by the Missouri
Pacific by the cutting of the board
down to a winter schedule. This hap
pens every year when the summer
rush is over, and is no way connected
with the cutting of the force of that
road at other places. Besides the
above cut on the board, eleven brake
men have been given thirty days'
leave of absence. These men will,
with but a few exceptions, return to
work when their time has expired.
FALSE WEIGHTS SENT
BY EASTERN ROADS
False weight on freight in car loads
originating east of Chicago have be
come bo common of late that the west-
ern railroads have taken stops to com
pel their eastern connections to furn
ish authentication of the gross weight
there and net weight of all ears of
freight destined for points west of
Chicago and Mississippi.
A committee composed of operating
oi'tlicials of the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe. the Illinois Central, thi
, Noithewe-u-rn, Croat Western,
and Pennsylvania railroads,
taken the matter In hand.
know where the money was. Being
Informed that it was in the cash draw
er and that the combination was not
known, he threatened to kill the op
erator if the casli drawer was not
opened. This demand was refused,
whereupon be placed the operator
against the wall with his hands above
his bond and holding his gun on the
operator, broke open the drawer and
robbed It of a small amount of money.
Then he compelled the operator to
walk ahead to the yards, and released
him. The negro was last seen heading
fur Kansas City.
WHAT COOL HEADEDNESS
CAN DO IN EMERGENCY.
A cool headed engineer prevented
a collision between his engine and a
street car at Tucson, one day last
week, shortly after 5 o'clock. The
car was going down the slight Stone
avenue grade at a fair speed and the
driver apparently failed to hear the
engine. The engineer, seeing a col
lision was imminent, applied his air,
and brought his engine to a sudden
stop. The street car was also stopped
just In time. Many of the passengers
leaped off the car In fright but none
were Injured. This serves to call at
tention to the dangerous manner in
which these cars are run.
MASTER MECHANIC AT
MADRID BADLY INJURED.
While making a run in the dark to
catch a Santa Fe train, Earl Turner,
master mechanic at Madrid for the
Colorado Fuel & Iron company, col
lided with a fence post, and as a re
sult sustained serious Injuries. His
collar bone was broken and he was
otherwise badly bruised. The acci
dent occurred Sunday night. Turner
attends to the water service for the
camp and he tried to catch the train
as it passed his home, and ride to
the reservoir, thus saving a long walk.
The company, surgeon dressed Tur
ner's Injuries, and although he will be
confined to his bed for several days,
he will recover.
SHOWN IN SOUTHWEST.
Advance sheets of "Poor's Manual
of Railroads," which will be Issued
November 1st, gives the length of
steam railroads in the United iStates
on December 31, 1904, as 212,319
miles, a net increase of 5,014 miles
In the year. The heaviest construc
tion of the year was in the south
western group of states, in wnich no
less than 1,710 miles were built, Mis
souri having to its credit 418 miles,
Arkansas "U2 miles. Texas 318 miles,
Kansas 31 miles, Colorado 147 miles,
New Mexico less than one mile, In
dian Territory 20 miles and Okla
homa territory 279 miles.
Gross earnings increased $08,780,887
n 1904 over the earnings of 1903, or
about 3.U0 per cent.
they are, meaning the advent of truth
In "transportation literature.
INDIANS WANT $5,000
DAMAGES FROM SANTA FE.
Tho Indians of the pueblo, of Isleta,
south of Albuquerque, have filed a
clnlm of $.",(kmi against tho Santa Fe
railway company, through their su
perintendent, .lames K. Allen, of the
local Indian school. The claim Is for
damages done the crops and property
of the Indians of that pueblo during
tho spring floods this year, when the
grade of tho Santa Fe backed up the
water from the Itin Orando and flood
ed the entire pueblo, devastating
homes and crops. At the time the
Hio Grande changed its course and
commenced to Hood the pueblo, the In
dians appealed to the railroad com
pany to cut the embankment and
save their village. This was refused,
so the Indians claim, until after the
water had done the damage, when the
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From Josh Wife.
woman Is generally
eld u. people think
I can't see
railroad opened the embankment ami ; gch a f,)(ll
allowed the water to drain off. The, "j km,w )1(
claim is carefully itemized and willing such a fine horn that he always
1)0 iormauy presenter t me i awwaj attracts attention.
company by Superintendent Allen.
anything In him
but his motor car
REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE
TO MEET IN SANTA FE, WEDNES
DAY, NOVEMBER 10 IMPORT
ANT QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION.
Secretary Charles V. Safford. of the
territorial republican central commit
The Mutual trustees intend to inves
tigate President MeCurdy. When
they finish, President MeCurdy should
investigate the trustees.
A Wisconsin girl of 4 broke her arm
by falling from her mother's lap. 'Ihls
should serve as a warning for girls
"Kink Leopold is one of the few
rulers who has any business sense.
tee, has prepared and Is Bending out His investments pay him $10,000,000
nonces n a can ior a meeting ot me ti.
conunittee in the city of Santa Fe on
Wednesday, the loth of November,
for tho purpose of taking into consid-
eratlon the situation concerning state- today?"
hood for New Mexico and to discuss
the position the republican party may
take in the matter, as well as to talk ;
over important matters. The calls
are signed by H. O. Hursum. chair
man, and by Charles V. Safford, sec
retary. The following is the member
ship of the committee: !
H. O. Hursum, chairman; C. V.
Safford, secretary; Jose D. Sena, as-;
sistant secretary; Solomon Luna,'
Following are the' members: .
Bernalillo County W. S. Strickler,
and F. A. Hubbell.
Chaves County E. A. Cahoon and r
J. M. Hervey. '
Colfax County J. Wan Houten and
Dona Ana County W. H. H. Llew
ellyn and H. B. Holt. I
a fine example of the royal
do you carry your umbrella
do you expect me to do
WEST HAILROAD AVENUE
5ECOND THIRD STREETS
The Store Behind
Tho Big Glob
ON WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
Is the place to procure the best staple Dry
Goods, Notions and Furnishings, at prices
asked for inferior goods sold elsewhere.
The republican candidate for dis
trict attorney In New York has with
drawn. The number of republicans
who will not be defeated thereby
SYSTEM FOR ISLETA
The Saita Fe has commenced work
on extensive improvements at Isleta
junction, chief of which will bo an
interlocking switch system. The new
switch system will be one of the most
complete on the Santa Fe system, and
will do away with the time loBt by
throwing and locking switches by
hand, which Is now the case. A tower
is being erected on the east- side of
the main line at the junction, in which
will be stationed a chief signal en
gineer. All that will be necessary
in handling the traffic past the junc
tion for the south and west will be
for the incoming train to give a signal
or for Its running time to be known,
and it can be run past the junction
RECORD RUN MADE BY
OFFICERS' SPECIAL TRAIN
The special train carrying President
E. P. Ripley and the other officials of
the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe w'no
were attending the annual meeting of
the stock holders of the company in
Topeka, made the ran from Topeka
to Kansas City, a distance of sixty
seven miles, in seventy-one minutes,
Three private cars, belonging to Mr,
Ripley, Mr. Kendrick, second vice
president of the road, and Mr. Hurley
the general manager, made up the
train. It left Topeka at 3:12 o'clock
and stopped at Twenty-second street
and Grand avenue eighty-one minutes
later, there ibelng a stop of ten niin
utes at Argentine to change engines
and crews. No other stops were made
between Topeka and the Twenty-sec
ond street depot. The fast run is all
the more remarkable because of the
fact that the line between Topeka and
Kansas City is a riyer line with many
When Uncle Tom Moved.
j Ye writer and R. J. White made a
trip to the stave mill Friday and
I found everything all right. I stayed
'two davs. R. L. White spent the night
j with Uncle Tom. Uncle Tom has
'moved again, this time one day be
fore the moon fulled. He has '"been
' promoted from dust roller to edger,
and is sitting back in Squire Pegg's
i elf Ice on Broad street, with the doc
tor's shoes on. Squire Pegg has
mnvoj tr, T?nrl Ttirner'a cove. Tate-
Jiddy tjoumy A. rrau ana u. ,.,,, . iTenn i News
It. M. Turner.
W. S. Brady.
-W. H. Neweomb and
, ".Spencer says he rented an office
on the sixteenth floor because he pre-H
G. V. Prichard and fers to be as high over the other build
ings as possible."
"I've heard him spoken of as a man
of liberal views."
Iyeonard Wood County F.
Morse and M. C. de Baca.
Luna County J. W. Hannigan and
r. A. Karr.
McKinley County Steve Canavan
and Gregory Paae.
Mora County Cristoval Sanchez
and Juan Navarro.
Otero County- W. D. Tipton and O.
Quay County A. E. Curren and'W.
Roosevelt. County W. E. Llndsey ,
and C. O. Leach
Rio Arriba County V. Jaramillo ,
and Alexander Read. I
Sandoval County E. M. Saadoval
and E. A. 'Miera.
San Juan County C. V. Safford
and Granville Pendleton.
San Miguel County Secundlno Ro
mero and J. S. Clark.
Santa Fe County E. C. Abbott and
J. E. Lacome.
Sierra County F. W. Winston and
W. H. Bucher.
Socorro County H. O. Bursura and
and T. P. Martin
"Does your organist know her busi
ness?" "Yes, indeed," replied the leader of
the choir. "She certainly does. In
fact, Bhe knows ' everybody's busi
However, John -D. Rockefeller an
pears to have retained his short
"Hyomei Costs You Nothing, if it
Fairs," Say. J. H. O'Rielly & Co. .
Among the many medicines upon
the market that claim to cure catarrh
none but Hyomei has enough faith in
Hb own merit to offer to refund the
money if it does not cure.
Hyomei is the only method of treat
ment that sends by direct inhalation
to the most remote parts of the air
passages, a balsamic air that destroys
iMalaquiaa Martinez all catarrhal germs in the breathing
organs, enriches and purifies the blood
art Muted by Indigestion. If you tat a
little, too much, or If you arc subject to
attack of Indigestion, you have no doubt
bad ihortnese of breath, rapid heart beats,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart.
Indigestion cauee the stomach to
expand swell and puff up against the
heart. Thie crowd the heart and inter
fere with its action, and in the courea f
time the heart become diseased.
digests what you eat, takes the strain off
of the heart, and contributes nourishment.
strength and health to every organ of the
body. Cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Inflammation of the mucoue
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract, Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of the Stomach,'
After eating, my food would distress me by malrlnf
my hurt palpltata and I would become vary mk,
Finally I ( a bottla ot Kcdol end It gare ma Imme
ilaia relief. After using a tew bottles I am cured.
MRS. LORuNO NICHOLS, Perm Van. M. Y.
I had atamaeh trouble and was In a bad state at I
bad heart trouble with It. I took Kodol Dyspepsia
Dure lor about lour montos ana it eurea me.
D. KAUBLB, Nevada. O.
Ditfests What You Eat
t tlia Lek I
Torrance County William Mcin
tosh. Union County Charles Schlaterand
Valencia County Carlos Baca and
Executive Committee Eugenio Ro
mero, W. G. Sargent. J. W. Akers, W.
H. Neweomb, T. D. Burns, Max Frost,
David M. vhite, H. W. Kelly, Solo
mon Luna, T. B. Hart, T. S. Hubbell,
W. E. Martin, Martin Lohman, H. J.
Hagerman,, Harry F. Lee, J. F. Chav
es and T,evi Hughes.
Cemmlttee at Large V. J. Slaugh
ter, Santa Fe.
BIG PRICE WAS PAID
FOR KANSAS FAttM LAND.
The Burlington railroad company
has pad Edward Olvis the sum of
$14,0oo "or a trifle less than "o acies1
of land lying between Rewrly and1
East Leavenwortli. the highest prl'-e
ever paid for farm land in thi:- sec :
tion of the country. The hind is in a
strip two m:les long and the Hurling
ton wants it for the new track .which
will complete the cut off between
Waldrun and Keverly. The rest of
the land for the cut off was secured
from other parties for flfiii an acre,
just half as much us the road paid
Olvis lor his land.
MEN INDICTED FOR
An indictment containing nine
counts has been returned by the fed
ederal grand jury against Sebastian
Zorn & Co., T. C Williams and Jesse
M. liusiifleld, of Louisville, Ky., charg
ing violations of the intersate com
The indictments charge that the de
fendants illegally sucured rebates on
grain shipments favoring certain ship
pers and districts and discriminating
against wthers. The defendants were
admitted to bail in the sum of i,(MM)
each. These ind'ctniens are tho out
come of the recent investigation of
grain rates made by the interstate
commerce coin mission.
NEGRO ROBS NIGHT
OPERATOR AT MERRIAM.
The "Frisco night operator at Mer
liain, Kan., was held up early the
'other morning by a negro csirrylng a
rifle. The negro first asked the op
erator how far it was to Kansas City,
and when be could get a train there.
Then he discharged his r!fl over the
opural ' head, aud detimuiM! j
HARRIMAN WILL HAVE
LINES CONFORM TO FACT.
E. H. Hairiman is going to print
Erie and publish to the world a map of his
have i big system without the time honored
straight lines, which, sinco the first
wheel was turned, has always repre
sented the routes of roads, says the
Kansas 'ity Journal. Did youever
see a folder in which the lines tf a
road were shown as they actually
' v. n V Nil, tin y are almost always
: tiauhi lines. Now Mr. Harriman has
till his passenger representatives to
' v:t '.lie Mraignt lines and print a
may showing exactly the ways the
tat's t I these ro.iils lie. As a result
I Tin-re will sunn be issued by the pas-
senger in partment of the Harriman
lines the most unique map ever sent
out by a railroad. There will bo no
Finiin.it lines i.h it, but th res will be
no deception about it; it will show
the railways exactly as they are. Now
that the Ice has been broken by a
nervy man, it is believed all railroads
in the country will fall in and print
folders with maps of their systems as
Faith Not Necessary.
You may be Just as skeptical and pes
slmistic as you please. Kodol will
digest what you eat whether you eat
or not. You can put your food In a
bowl, pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure on it and it will digest it the
same as it will in your stomach. It
can't "help but cure Indigestion and Dy
spepsia, it is curing hundreds and
thousands some had faith and some
didn't. Kodol will cure you if medi
cine can cure you, whether you have
iniiu in it or not. sold by all druggists.
with additional ozone, and makes per
manent and complete cures of catarrh.
The complete outfit coses $1, and
comprises an inhaler, a bottle of Hy
omei and a dropper.' The Inhaler will
last a lifetime, and additional bottles
of Hyomei can be obtained for 60
Breathe Hyomei for a few minutes
four times a day, and your catarrh
will grow better from the first day's
use, and will be completely cured
within a short time.
It is the only treatment for catarrh
where you can get your money back
from a local dealer, J. H. O'Rielly &
Co., in case it does not help.
DalUor bottle held. Si
11 bm ee ataek ee the
1HI, et SO tlie.
ereterr of I
For sale by eJl -druggists.
CALL FOR BERNALILLO COUNTY
Will do all your CARPET,
HOUSE and WINDOW CLEAN
ING, and doctor your stove, at
the rate of 25 cents per hour.
Phone Red, 271. Auto, 630.
g 3 1 1 North Seventh Street 3 1 1
Offer to supply you with anything In
our line, at prices that are fair and
square, and we are now making
On the Following
$12 Refrigerators , $9
$8.75 Blue Flame Oil Stoves. .. .$6.75
$8 China Tea Sets $6
40c China Salad Bowls 25c
Decorated Haviland China, at 20
per cent discount.
75c Glass Berry Sets 25c
35c Glass Water Pitchers 20c
$1.75 Decorated Lamps $1.25
$4.50 Decorated Lamps $3.25
$1 Steam Cereal Cookers 65c
50c Steam Egg Poachers 40c
$12.50 Buggy Harness $10.50 1
FOURTH ST. AND RAILROAD AVE.
s. r. VMNN. O. D.
President of New Mexico Board
First established optician In New
Mexico. Glasses fitted for poor sight,
headache and nervous strain.
Office Room 9, Whiting block. Ap
pointments made at Vann's drug
Movin Drayin' Shippin'
You have us once, you'll
call again. Prices right;
there ain't no gougin'.
By the Albuquerque Transfer Men
Every woman wants a fine evening
coat, but the price has always been
too high for the greater majority. Not
so now, for If you will attend the sale
or fine coats at the Golden Rule Dry
Goods company, you will find them
priced within the reach of all. See
window display. '
Spend your leisure time at the pool
hall at No. 115 West Railroad avenue.
The county commissioners of the
county of Bernalillo, in the territory
of New Mexico, In the exercise of the
option given by law, hereby give no
tice that the funding bonds dated July
1. 1895. issued in two series, known
as A and B, respectively, consisting
of 102 bonds of $500 each, numbered
1 to 102 both inclusive, of series A,
and 139 bonds of $100 eacli, numbered
1 to 139. both inclusive, of series B,
which are payable at the option of
said commissioners ten years after
the date thereof, must be presented
for payment at the Chemical National
bank in the city or New YorK, or at
the office of N. W. Harris & company,
In the city of Chicago, 111., on or be
fore the 15th day of November, 1905,
and that interest thereon will cease
after said date.
(Signed) ALFRED GRUNSFELD,
J. A. SUMMERS, Clerk.
WHEN YOU WANT MILL WORK
DONE, GO TO THE ALBUQUERQUE
"Mother was lucky"
-papa nought a
MISS ALICE IN JAPAN
'John W. Abbott, Prop.
Only thm Beat
Batter Meats, and Eggs
109 North Second St.
V. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Office and Factory
412 WEST COPPER AVENUE.
Albuquerque, N. M.
Phones, Auto. 108; Colo., Black 265.
O. F. PL ATT,
The real cleaner and dyer. La
dles' and gentlemen's fine
clothes a specialty. Portieres,
lace curtains, etc. 1411 North
Fifth street. Old 'phone, Red,
266-2. Automatic 'phone, 675.
A. W. HAY DEN
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and j LIVERY, SALE FEED AND TRANS-
all kinds of Fresh Meat
300 North Broadway, Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALBUQUERUE.N. M.
For Moving the Sick or Injured.
Prompt Serive Day or Night
O. V. STRONG'S SONS
Colo. Phone. 75. Automatic, 147
GO TO THE
" M father bed ben imffnwrfrnm atoV hesdarba
for tlie it iwenly-llva years and never fouutl any
relief uutil be btttfau laktnir your Cat'areti. Since
be ban bfaMin taking C'a:eret be baa never hail
tlie beala;be. Tney bare entirely cured biiu.
Canrareu uo what you recnuauii-utl them to do. 1
will irive you the privilege tf using his name.'
t M. hlrt.uii 11J0 Hesiuerbl., W.luoiauaLulls. lud.
tjC The Dowel
OV. CANDY CATHARTIC
PlftMevnt,. PUUtl0. Potent Tnnt n-vwl, noOootf,
Kdvi-r hu teu, V fatten n urOripv, luc, .- . Never
Bold lu bulk. The tfnuiu tulilel ttatuptid CCU.
Uuatfiti.lttttti to curs or your uuui.cy itck.
Sterling Kcroedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 5tl
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
4 " rra V
a r- . .fr-v-- . Luc ' asVT -k
ii if i
New Planing Mill
South of Viaduct, on Firet Street.
Horses and Mules bought and ex
changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY
Second street, between Railroad and
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND
Leather, Harness, Saddles, Lap
Robes, Horse Blankets, Etc. Pal
metto Roof Paint; lasts five years and
stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and
K)9X WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
G. E. GUSTAFSON, Proprietor.
1 ' -a. fZ.f .. ia t m .. f . . Z-
L sa-i. . " ''r-V , Vf 1
Boarding Horse9 a Specialty
MlrfS ROOSEVELT, AS SEEN BY A JAPANESE ARTIST.
A Japanese artist Bi'iiila the aliove piiinn', illustrating Miss Room'vcIi'8
rwi-nt visit to Tokyo. Stie is shown waving the f!aj;s of Jaiiau and the
United States, while recelvins the aiuiluuse of the friendly multitude. Mia
Alice was received tu Japau with eulUusiuin a, real prlacea uilght euvy.
MOTHERS, DO YOU KNOW
tho many so-culled birth medicines, and
most remedies for women in the tieatm'-il
of her delicate or;:ius, contain more oi
lens opium, morphine and strychnine?
Uo You Know that in most countries
druggists are not permitted to sell uarcot
ica without labeling them poisons t
Do You Know ihat vou should not
take Internally any medicine lor the
pain accompanying pregnancy.
Do You Know that Mother' Friend
la applied externally onPv?
Do You Know that M ether j Friend
U a celebrated prt-sciiptior, and that il
has been in use over foi'y vears, and Hint
each lKttle of the yev jinebe.-us the name
uf The Bradfiel.l Regulator Co. t
Do vou know that when you rise thii
rmedy during the period of gestation
that you will te free of pain and beal
healthy, heartv and clever children
Weil, these tUiUK'S are worth knowlnf
They are facts. Of druKista at fi.oo
Don't be perseaded to try a atrtistiUe
Our. little book "Motherhood" Iree.
1HS tRADFIELD REGUUT0I CO, AttMta. 6 j
UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
My merchant tailoring shop is up
stairs over No. 20'J West Railroad ave
nue, whre I solicit the patronage of
the public. All work guaranteed first
class, as I have had fifteen years' ex
perience in the business. Suits made
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and
repaired. The specific I use will not
lniure the cloth. Ladles garment
also cleaned and walking skirts made:
to order. Give me a trial.
O. F. C.
Bottled in Bond.
MELINI & EAKIN
Albuquerque, N. M.
Automatic Phone, 199.
Miss Viola Kremer and Miss Agnes
Stillborn announces the opening of a
studio in rooms 35-36 Barnett block.
Miss Kremer is a graduate of the
Michigan Conservatory of Music at
Detroit, Mich., and will teach voice
and piano. Miss Stillhorn is a recent
arrival from New York and will take
a limited number of pupils in drawing
and water colors. Studio hours from
9:30 to 12, 2 to 4:30.
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