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ALHUQUEIiQUi: KVKK1NO CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 19C5.
7ll EVENING CITIZEN
Pafclliihti Dill; t4 Weekly y
trhc Citizen Publishing Company
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pa 6 Carrier, 60c per month
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V lav rata of M oanta par waak. ar for t
a ar aMatk, whan paM monthly.
l&trtktBi Rita Hide Lioti en Appllcatloi
i wfll aaaftr raver hr nottfrtaa- u
a a anr aoa-daln-ary of tha paper.
Ware aW naaliliitaa ahaald ba addraaaan tc
OstsaM Ptraunmo Company. Drafts.
tmtiMm and aapraaa manor ardani
I W made payable a the order at the
v own tiiihonii ;
tssfcHe 163. Bell 15.
"link" Russell, who made such a
Rood showing against Young Corbet t
t Philadelphia, is scheduled to fight
Dal Hawkins in the near future.
Hawkins had almost passed from ring
Tnemory. Years ago be was fatnouo
for hlB walloping left punch. On the
afternoon of the Corbett-Fitzsimmons
fteht at Carson City he defeated Mar
tin Flaherty, In the same ring, in
tight rounds. He made money and
went skylarking down the champagne
and lobster route, with the result that
lalf the second raters in the country
took his measure. Now It is said he
has, like McGovern, come back, and is
able to give a good account of him
self. It may be that .Tack Sheridan will
be induced to reconsider his decision
to quit umpiring. American League
officials are said to have offered him
m nice increase in salary to reconsider
his decision to give up the indicator.
Arlie I-atham, the most original
man that stood in the coaching box.
will next season manage the Jackson
ville, Fla., team in the South, Atlantic
FUisimmons calls '"Philadelphia
Jack" O Brlen a "jumping four-flush
Will the patient compi'r of the
"Questions and Answers" column
kindly tell us wherein and wherefore
this sort of a four-flusher differs from
tha ordinary kind?
The only thing New York fans have
against Wee Willie Keeler la that he
lives in Broklyn.
VAa soon," said Bob Fitzslhimong in
a New York interview, "as I have
shored O'Brien into the discard, I am
going to fight anyone that wants a
crack, at me. Marvin Hart will be
given first call. I figure that O'Brien
will last a good many rounds, for he
is part Jaekrabblt, but in the end I
will rock him to sleep with a rap on
Lou Criger and Jesse Taunehlll, of!
tea Boston Americans, and Tom
Doran, of the Detroit s, will make a
trip from Cincinnati to New Orleans
in a house lioat, starting on their jour
ney the last of the month, and reach
ing New Orleans early in the spring.
They will fish and hunt on the way
a bear hunt in Arkansas being plan
ned as a side trip.
Joe Cans, who went to California
without a bard dime to his name, says
he expects to get back, back, back to
Baltimore in the happiest togs he has
worn in years. He's got his eyes on
some easy mpney out there, and he
aeeds it, you bet, he needs it.
Win. T. Reed, coach of the Harvard
foot ball team, has written a letter to
the secretary of tha Harvard Gradu
i ates association, advising the aband
onment of foot ball unless the evils
that now surround it are eliminated.
"I have become convinced that the
game, as it Is played today, has fund
amental faults which cannot be re
moved by any mere technical revision
of the rules," says Held. Brutality
and evasion of the rules are faults
which Hcl says should be remedied,
if the game is to be a permanent col
In the event that athletic relations
between Harvard and Pennsylvania
are severed, Michigan will probably
be taken on by. Pennsylvania. In the
west Ihe news of a break between the
"two big colleges would be received
with joy if It would result in matching
the west against the east. Michigan
is believed by unbiased critics to be
the strongest foot ball organization
In the country, but has made repeated
failures In Its attempts to get a test
of strength in a game with an eastern
Mayor Dunne has given permission
to the Illinois A. C. to hold an ama
teur iMixing show next week. It is
whispered that some of the amateurs
are what might be termed near-professionals.
The showing of Tommy Mowatt
against clever Abe Attell at Philadel
phia has sent bis stock bounding up
wards. His admirers now astert that
he can defeat Terry McGovern, and
are willing to post a forfait as evi
dence of good faith.
Will do, IF
I You can digest it.
Is superb, and you
CAN digest it.
I Ml lllllrn I
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
FILED BY TWO COMPANIES, IN
CLUDING NASH ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY COMPANY OF THIS
CITY, WITH SECRETARY.
The following articles of Incorpora- j
tion nave oeen ntea in tne omce oi
Territorial Secretary J. W. Kaynolds:
Nash Electrical Supply company.
Incorporators are M. Nash? Kittle
Nash and Carl Gilman, all of Albu
querque, New Mexico. The amount of
capital stock is flxed at $15,000, all of
wfllch has been subscribed.' The term
of the existence of the company is
fixed at fifty years and the principal
place of business in Albuquerque, the
principal agent of the company being
M. Nash, with offices at Gb6 West Rail
road avenue. The object of the com
pany is to construct electrical fix
tures, maintain electric lines, erect
poles and string wires, and do a gen
eral electrical contracting business,
together with dealing in real estate.
Demlng City Water company. 'In
corporators are Paschal R. Smith, W.
C. Wallis, James R. Waddill, J. J. Ben
nett and J. B. Hodgsin, all of Demlng,
New Mexico. The amount of capital
stock is fixed at $100,000, $2,000 or
which has been subscribed with the
number of shares divided as follows:
P. R. Smith. 1.60U shares: W. C. Wal
lis, 100 shares: J. R. Waddill, 100
shares: J. J. Bennett, 100 shares; and
J. B. Hodgsin, loo shares. The term
of existence of the csonipany is fixed
at fifty years and the principal place
of business in Doming, the principal
agent of the company being P. R.
Smith. The object of the company is
to construct, mainntaln and operate a
water works system in the city of
Demlng, erect poles, string electric
wires, lay pipes, dig trenches, lay out
townsites, buy and sell lots in addi
tions to that town, and otherwise
transact business connected with their
A WISE MONARCH
Prinee Nicholas, monarch of the in-'
dependent state of Montenegro, has
astonished Europe by granting his
without demand. He has issued a call
for the first meeting of parliament.
Montenegro is one of the small coun
tries in southeastern Europe. Nicholas
is the father of Queen Helene, ot
November 22 and 23 Walter Thorn-
as Mills will lecture at Colombo ball ,
on Socialism. I
vn..AmKnu no . .. . . i. r . . .. l ,
u riiiut-r -rtrtu iue i.eau Ave
nue Methodist Episcopal churcn,
"Robert Miintyre," the noted lecturer.
November 24-25 George Samuels
November 29 Damon and Pythias,
by local talent.
December 1 The "Broken Hearted
Club" and "Sarah's Young Man," by
local talent, under the auspices of the
Albuquerque Woman's dub.
December 5 "Marriage of Kitty.
December 7 "Two Merry Tramps."
December 8 "Cousin Kate."
December D'. "Mahara Minstrels."
December 25 "Hooligan In NeW
December 27 "Hans Hanson."
ONE OF ALLEGED TRAIN
YciVrditj' .iih'.i 'u lie i'ui'ed
.-';;.tes court, : ':e i a e ti. '. 'ic t "ohcrt
h .i:u; Mc.!a;:;.:. who u charged
w!;'.i bci'.ig I'ok.t. iino of in.- Henry
' Hawkins gang which rubbed the Fort
Sumner postolflce, was dismissed with
the consent of the government, says
Mc.Manus was arrested more than a
year ago in Colorado charged with
being ild Franks, a member of the
Black Jack gang and murderer of
Sheriff Farr. The officers soon fyund
they had gotten the wrong man u.i far
an KimiiUs was concerned, but hold
McManns on the charge of being 1 ot-
ter. The rmten Maies omeeis nou
four no n wliii were present wiumi no
Hawkins yang rani"! the t uft Mi.irnr
p.is-.ottice I, l niii lli'le. l.r,' after oe
Ing McM.uius ill, j i 'tie r -aid h.'
iim eiie cf 1 1 i -Men m ii i lie.-v or t bat
Illey Cr'llld III I . . 1 1 1 1 1 ' li I HI a." lldWUn
In en i here.
es'.. i ila t,ii ning oi; i he ;;i oun l
of misnomer, a plea of abati'inen:,
ihe deld.se ti'el a plea in aiiHieiueiil.
In Hi" uft. riui'ir I'llited S n'es Dis
trict Aitnin.v i.lewellyn a'"'ee. to
tlie dismissal m I lie case, awaii.st Mc
Manuss. I The Cil-e nf l'..t
hi i',n a. cii'.rg-
aaaav " " '
1 c! ii li i.dai it
is on 1 rial b. :
i 'Hict I n ';i .
of t he '. 1 in iinds :icl ,
tin- United Stales
Yon are badly handicapped In life's rare. Suc
cess Is almost Impossible. Why not build tip and
strengthen the entire system by Using the Bitters?
It la barked by over 50 years of fines, and can
surely be depended on in your case.
Is the medicine needed by every sick man and
woman, and the Boomr It is obtained the sooner
your Stomach, Liver, Kidney or Howel ailments
will disappear. Start today, it always cures.,
DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION. POOR APPE
TITE. BELCHING, HEADACHE. CRAMPS,
NAUSEA, COLDS AND MALARIA, FEVER
Iton't arrept anything but Hostetter's if you value
your health. Genuine has our Privats Stamp
Santa Fe. X. M., November 1fi, 1!Hir..
Sealed proposals will be received by
the board of New Mexico penitentiary
commissioners at the office of the
superintendent, until 10 o'clock a. m.,
on Monday. November 27, 1!(05, for
furnishing and delivering at the New
Mexico penitentiary Ihe supplies here
inafter mentioned, or so much there
of as the board may deem sufficient.
Payment for said supplies will be
made in cash. Delivery or all sup
plies except, perishable articles must
be as directed by the superintendent.
Samples will be required of all arti
cles marked with an asterisk, and
these should be labeled, showing the
name of bidder, price, etc.. and must
be delivered to the superintendent not
later than o'clock on said day.
All bids must be made strictly in ac
cordance with the conditions on blank
proposals, which will be furnished by
the superintendent on application; no
bid otherwise niade will be entertain
ed. A bond will be required from
all snccesslul bidders for the faith
ful fulfillment of contracts within ten
days after date of award:
50.000 lbs. flour.
' 5.000 lbs. beans.
1,000 lbs. oaUlakcs.
1.000 lbs. rice.
HO cases laundry soap,
f0 11)3. black pepper, whole.
500 lbs. K. C. baking powder, 5 -lb.
6 cases California fruits, assorted.
6 cases canned corn.
200 lbs. laundry starch, bulk.
500 lbs. sal soda. bulk.
2") cases roasted coffee.
4 barrels syrup.
100 lbs. baking soda. 1's.
2.500 lbs. lard compound, 50-lb. cans.
ISO lbs. tea. Ill-lb. boxes.
5 cases matches. ,
2 cases Greenwich concentrated lye
1 gross scrub brushes.
1 gross brooms.
1.000 lbs. dried peas.
1 case corn starch, Ts.
2,1X10 lbs. dry salt bacon.
1,000 lbs. corn meal.
6 cases 3-lh. La Cruees tomittocs.
75 sacks granulated sugar.
1 case salmon, 48's.
"wu T' t T , '
necks and shankB excluded
tiO.OOO lbs. fresh beef, prime quality,
1 doz, pint bottles vanilla extract.)
1 doz. pint bottles lemon extract
300 lbs. red chile, ground.
The loard of New Mexico peniten
tiary commissioners reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
In submitting bids for above sup
plies, bidders should write plainly on
envelope the following: "Bids for
supplies for the New Mexico peniten
tiary," with the name or names of
bidder or bidders, to avoid the open
ing of same by mistake.
By order of the board of New Mex
ico penitentiary commissioners.
H. O. BURSUM,
Samples may be sent separately,
duly marked and numbered, to the su
perintendent. Sale Black Drcsa Goods.
Our Entire Stock of Plain and Fancy
Black Dress Goods will be offered at
15 per cent reduction for this sale, at
The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
Increasing Among: Women, Bat
Sufferers Need Not Despair
THE BEST ADVICE IS FREE
Of all the diseases known, with which
thai fa ma.) a nrrrftnium m fti rtaA UIHnon
. b mr.t ftl na jtiKti-.
gow that this disease is on the increai
Unless early and correPt treatment U
applied the patient seldom survives
when once the disease is fastened upon
her. Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is the most efficient treat
ment for kidney troubles of women,
and is the only medicine especially
prepared for this purpose.
W hen a woman Is troubled with pain
or weig-lit in loins, backache, frequent,
painful or scalding urination, swelling
of limbs or feet, swelling" tinder the
eyes, an uneasy, tired feeling1 in the
region of the kidneys or notices a brick
dust sediment, in the urine, she bfiould
lose no time in commencing treatment
with Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
j ivimpounrt .as It maw be the means oi
saving her life.
For proof, read wtiat Lydia K. Pink-
!:am's Vi actable Compound did for Mrs.
" 1 camlet express the tarrible ttiffering 1
Lad Ui u.dj.-o. A deruiigfiiu'iit of the female
organs 1i'Vi1oh1 nervou prostration and a
shi imis kiduev troiiblft. The doctor attended
me for u year, but 1 kept gcltinw worse, unlU
1 uniil li' to do anything, and I made up
my iiiind i could not live. 1 finally decided
to try I.vdiu K. Pinkham' Vegetable Com-
.1 1... w....t I an, t,.litv a well
Jlirj Emrna Savvyerf J
n I ".,.,. prii- iiu..l.lghly,andln"t Meyer. 4 Co., 116 West Silver
tell every siitferinu woman ulioiit my case." avenue.
Mis. Emma Snw.r, Cimyera, Ua. o
Mrs. i'.iUnaia , .ve free a.lvlee in Football I Football!
women ; u.ldivsh ia ci.ii'idciice. I.v ! Saeta Fe Indian, v.. University.
Saturday the 18th, at Traction Park.
DO YOU WANT THHE,
NAME AND ADDRESS
'if the man who fhouid be working for you?
r,f the man whi would glndiy lend you money?
of the n. in win ViculJ like to buy your horse?
of tho man who would buy an Interest in your business?
of the man who would buy that lot of ground?
f the man who would buy your old bicycle?
Yi ittlh pamcs &nd addresses
of people who cure
'Ikcccssary to Your Prosperity
GOOD POSITIONS WAITING
forcntnpettni Icrical men. 'J he demand lor men wlio
can miccesstt li, lianHle the various brain lies ot office
work is uncrM'ii(- Vi e need at once cat-ahte Account
ant a, tiookKe en.Cwliiers, Llerks, Collectors, Lurres
.undents end 1'nvate Secretaries, Other t;iKjd jMi
1mn. paying f:,orjo-- a year now open for Sateemen.
Fvprutive an I Technical men; a No many desirable
opporfiinitteA f' r men having mney to invest with
tlie.r rrvke".- Write us to-Uy statin position desired.
HAPCOOOS (Inc.). Brain Brokers
V17 Cmkal Building, St. Loul
W A . T K f : A dining room girl at the
W'ANTfciu Clean rags.
The Citizen office.
WANTED rhree painter, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTEIi A girl to help with cook
ing and house work. 315 South
WANTED Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
dress. P. O. Pox 73, city.
WiANJhl) tiirl lor cooking. Inquire
of Mrs. B. S. Rodey, 802 Kent ave
nue, corner of Eighth street.
VANTE1 Position as cook or house
keeper In a good American family
Address. A. B., this office.
WANTED Gentlemen a second-hand
clothing. No. 515 South First street
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
WANTED Dressmaking. I am pre
pared to give first class work at
reasonable prices. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Mrs. F. E. Shelly, 212 South
MALE HELP WANTEC.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Moler's System College, Los An
geles. FOR RENT
FOR IrF.NT I.argefuTiUshed fioif
room, over postofflce.
TO RENT One side of store room,
at 209 South Second street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; no in
valids wanted. No. 502 Mountain
r OR RE. VI
Furnished rooms; no ln-
No. 203 West Tljeras
FOR KENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Large and airy. 524.
West Railroad avenue.
FOR KENT Apartments in Paik
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H.
H. Tilton, room 19, Grant block.
FOR RENT To lady or gentleman
employed, nice furnished room
Board If desired, in private family
208 North Arno street.
j."OR RENT Furnished
day, week or month; also tot light
housekeeping. The La Veta, 113
West Lead avenue. Mrs. J. Flaming,
FOR SALE-Furniture 4 4-room
house. Also house to rent. 513
South Third street.
FOR SALE Entire furnishings of a
five-room cottage and house for
rent. 120 South Arno street.
FOR SALE A handsome Hardman
piano, in fine condition and almost
new, at a bargain. For particu
lars, call at this office.
FOR SALE Two new Burr brooders,
capacity 200. Cost $10.00 each. Also
120 chickens, mostly Leghorns and
Plymouth Rocks. P. Lienau, Los
I. unas, N. M.
LOST Bay pony, with while strip on
nose, white hind foot, and branded
figure 5 on left hip. Reward will be
paid for return to George A. Camp
field, at hardware store of E. J.
Post ft Co.
FOUND A pair of spectacles Incase
Vpon Identification .of same and
payment for this ad they will be re
turned to owner. Apply at this of
LOST OR STOLEN Female, brown
spaniel puppie, 4 months old; finder
will please leave word at H. Wes
terfeld's cigar store on Railroad
avenue, or 6o7 Mountain road.
UPSTAIRS. OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
My merchant tailoring sliop Is up
stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave
nue, where 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 pot
injure the (loth' Ladles' garments
abio cleaned and walking skirts made
to order. Give mo a trial.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
H. E. No. 57ti9.
Department of the Interior. Land Of
fice at Santa Fe, New Mexico, Oc
tober 31, 1!''5.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has tiled notice
of his intention to make final proof
in support of his claim, and that said
proof will he made before the pro
bate clerk at Albuquerque, New Mex
ico, on IHcember 5. 1!)05, viz., Ger
trude H.co, widow of Francisco Heco,
deceased, of Valencia county, for the
Si Sli'4, NVi SIC'4, SW'i NE'4.
of sec'lon 2S
range 7 west.
township 12 north,
He names the following witnesses
to prove bis continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land,
viz., Juan Bautiste Kowemisneh, Te
nd ro I'owto, Jose Ke-wa-ry and Dis
ente Alonza, all of Iiguna, New Mex
ico. MANUEL R. OTERO,
If in need of fine liquors for family
and medicinal purposes, call on Er-
Ads, Fwrirhislla yots j
Money Co Loan
On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses
Wagons aid other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as $200,011. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: Ont
month to one year given. Goods re
main in your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Office closed until November 15.
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office
hours, 8:30 a. in., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30
p. m. to 5 p. m. Telepiione 402. Ap
pointments made by mall.
Bernard S. Rodey.
ATTORNEY -A T-LAW. Albuqtterue,
N. M. Prompt attention given to all
business pertaining to the profession.
Will practice in all courts of the terri
tory and before the United States
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORN EY-AT-LA W. 32 F street
N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions,
lands, patents, copyrights, caveats,
letter patents, trade marks, claims,
R. W. D. Bryan.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Albuquer
que, N. M. Office, First National
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Office Crom
well block, Albuquerque. N. M.
John H. Stingle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Suite 10, N.
T. Arniijo building, Albuquerque,
F. V. Spencer and V. O. Walling
ford, rooms 46-47, Barnett building.
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones.
D. F. McCrolling.
Civil engineering, surveying and
draftiiig, 209 Railroad avenue. Auto
matic 'phone 740.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
A. L. Morgan.
THE INDEPENDENT CONTRAC
TOR AND BUILDER Estimates are
cheerfully furnished; job work solic
ited. Automatic phone, 724; shop at
911 North Second street, Albuquer
que, N. M.
A. L. MAHAFFEY, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Room 25, Whiting building, over
Vann's drug store. Automatic
CTTfTc O N N O R M . D.7 D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases ' successfully
treated. Office in Barnett building.
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Albuquerque Business College Open.
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
ing. DAY AND EVENING SESSION.
For particulars, call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secy.
Library building, East Railroad ave
CORBET & COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
State. Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
East side of Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M.
a a e a a T
H. B. GILCHRIST,
Real Estate and Insurance.
Money to lioan.
215 West Railroad Avenue.
I u i u u i 1 1 1 1 r t m
What's the use of a helper, if .
be Isn't willing? Willii gness is
an amide mantle w h ill. will al-
most cover all the sins of serv-
ice. But a classified lolvertise-
nient in The Evening ('i'i.eu in a t
willing helper that is not only
absolutely cimpeti nt, but also Is
T a willing worker. It works all
the time for you. It ,s tho best
a and most economical publicity in
the world. .
and CURE 'f he LUNGS
Siirest nni Cluickeet, Cure for all
t t iivu tt nrr v
I hKr.; or i' lUii liAoK.
Capital and Surplus $ 1 00,000
With Aniple Mean, and
Extend, to Depositor, every Proper Accommodation, and Solicit. New
Account. Capital, $150,000.00.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President. W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier
W.J. Johnson, Asst. Cashier. Wm. Mcintosh J. C. Baldridge
Solomon Luna A. M. Blackwell George Arnot O. E. Cromwell
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officer, and Director..
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLD3 President
M. W. FLOURNOY vice President
FRANK McKEE Cashier
R. A. FROST , Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLD3 , Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY. j;,-; '
Authorized Capital , $500,000.90
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company
We have nad a yery satisfactory growth .inc. tha establishment
of our bank. If you are not one of our customers, w should Ilka
an opportunity to .how you our auperlor facllitle.
O. N. MARRON, President. D. A. McPHBRSON, Vie President
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier. ROY McDONALD, Assistant Cashier.
L. B. R U T N E Y
Flour, Grain and Provisions
Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
in th. Southwest.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
The Al&uquerqu3 Gas, Electric Light & Power Company
At Consistent Prices
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
I'HERM AN-WILLIAMS PAINT hUH.DlNQ PAPER Always
Covers more, look, best, wear. . , . . .
longest, most economical, full 8tol'k- laster. Lime. C.ment,
measure. Paint. Oli's, Sash Door., ete.
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.
on Savings Deposits
ALBUQCERUE, N. M. f
your place of business
You can do thi. with Electric Light..
You can make every light act a. a
silent talesman for you. Make It work
in the evening make your Investment
work while you are at home. .You
want to do more business, of course.
Did you ever think of the
It's a good way and a tried way
other, can make it pay, o can you.
NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE
203 W. Railroad Ave.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
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