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WEDNE8DAV. DECEMBER 27, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN
Kansas City. Mo.. Dec. 25. Al
though cattle receipts last week at
45,000 head, were 75 per rent greater
than thA frrrfRDnnriinir vtiW last
year, the niarket was generally "at-!
lsfacKn-v to ehlnnera. Killing stuff
nold strong all week, with the excep
tion of a slight weakness Juat at the
rinse, while stoekera and feeders end
ed the week steady, after Belling
higher Monday and Tuesday. Some
very Rood Colorado and Utah cattle
were Included, fed Colorados from I a
mar aelllng at $5, and mountain eteers
weighing 1,122 pounds, at 14; storkers
and feeders sold around $3.40 to $3.75;
some common ones at $3.15 to $3.40;
cows, $2.50 to $2.80; good Colorado
cows at $.1 to $3.25; fed bulls at $2.50
to $3.1S. There Is no business being
transacted "here today, only receiving
watering and feeding stock. The run
will probably be small this week, and
Immediately after the first of the year
there Is going to be a strong demand
for feeders, and fed cattle are also
likely to sell well. Receipts for De
cember are CO per cent heavier than
last December and the largest on rec
ord for the year for a month, while
local slaughter will show a gain of
20 per cent over last year, on ac
count of Increased packing facilities
at this point during the past year.
The sheep and lamb market was 15
to 2Sc lower the middle of last week,
but regained (l or 15c at the begin
ning. Uuyers were slow on account
of the proximity of the holiday sea
son, but. Indications are that the mar
ket will show extraordinary strength
next month. The quality has not been
good lately, but toppy lambs are quot
ed at $7 to $7.40; yearlings, $3.80 to
Jfi.35; wethers, $5.50 to $5.85; ewes,
$4.75 to $5.15. Sheep receipts here
during the year are 200,000 head lar
ger than ever before, and the slaugh
ter shows a corresponding Increase
over previous years, totaling more
than 1,000,000 head, besides 300,000
4iead taken to the country. This lat
ter demand has never been filled at
any time during the past year, always
exceeding the supply.
RIGHT NOW TO SAVE
YOUR MONEY .
Buy a Couple of those choice 50 foot lots still
unsold, in the Eastern Addition. Only $10 down,
balance installment of $1.00 per week.
IN A FEW YEARS YOU WILL
HAVE A NICE STAKE
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 22. Follow
ing were some sales of Colorado and
western cattle at Kansas City this
Corker Bros., Lamar, Colo, 19 fed
Mt-ers, 1,355 pounds, $5; 16 fed steers,
1.450 pounds, $5.
Baer Bros., Rifle, Colo., 210 killers,
1.122 pounds, $4; 8 cows, 875 pounds,
"r."h. and G. W Andrews, Gun
nison, Colo., 105 stoekers, 613 pounds,
$3.65; 50 stoekers, 553 pounds, $3.60;
32 cows, 1,011 pounds, $3.25.
J. H. Thomason Burns, Colo., 41
stoekers, 733 pounds, $3.60: 21 cows.
S23 pounds, $3; 19 feeders, 958 pounds.
Mr. Carlisle, Heber. Utah, 61 fee-!
ers, 988 pounds. $3.60: 14 feeder
1,081 pounds, $3.50; 25 feeders, 87 j
l.eatherman & L., Lamar. Colo., 4 ,
feeders, 680 pounds, $3.30; 73 feeder.
S34 pounds, $3.25; 13 canners, 7fi2
Following were some sales of west
ern sheep ind lambs at Kansas City
for the week:
Monday December 18.
H. K. Eberly, Ponca City, Okla.,
r33 lambs, C!) pounds, $7.2".
J. H. Campbell, Monte Vista, Colo.,
28 lambs, 65 pounds, $7.10.
W. R. Hapney, Alamosa. Colo.. 584
lambs, G5 pounds, $fi.65; 325 feeding
lambs. 60 pounds, $(!.
A. S. Eaton, Kansas. 461 sheep and
yearlings. 99 pounds, $3.90.
O. W. Sylvester, Monte Vista, Colo.,
1.146 wethers, 95 pounds, $5.60.
Tuesday, December 19.
S. Anderson, Monte Vista, Colo., 809
lamb.s, 68 pounds, $7.
P. E. Foreman. Kansas, 119 lambs,
f.S pounds, $7; 122 ewes, 104 pounds,
-J. Truell, Kansas, 200 yearlings,
!2 pounds, $6.
A. S. Eaton, Kansas, 454 sheep and
yearlings. 106 pounds, $5.71; E. S.
Harrington, Kansas 405 sheep and
yearlings, 74 pounds, $5.90.
J. E. R. Payne, Oklahoma, 487 shorn
.Mexican wethers, 82 pounds, $5.50.
Wednesday, December 20.
J. B. Templeton, Kansas, 729 year
lings. 90. pounds. $5.90; 550 lambs,!
i pounds. $7.
Ott Bros., Kansas, 238 yeanlings, 97
Thursday, December 21.
V. Gins, Colorado, 217 ewes, 85
pounds, $4.90; 547 sheep and year
iines. Hi; pounds, $5.85.
You will have to see us this week to get present
TlifMSMT a, wrneirQ
s and terms
HO SO. 2nd
I-a Follette of Wisconsin, dldnli
spend a cent to be elected United
Stales senator. Don't Bay it wasn't
worth It. 1
Why didn't Senator Clark have the
foresight to be elected from Wisconsin?
"I finished my new musical com
edy, Tin From Missouri last week
and went down to New York to in
terest a manager In It," said the am
bitious young writer. "I pointed out
to him that there was a fortune, a
Big lortune, in it ror both of us."
"Did he promise to back It and put
It on the stage for you?"
"No. He declined."
"He said 'I'm from Missouri, too.' "
The C. H. A. D. Dramatized.
The high school will give the cele
brated drama, "Broken Bonds" In the
opera house, December 28th. Proceeds
for the benefit of the school library.
Carrolton (O.) Republican.
HOW IT STICKS.
It Hard to
Albuquerque Has Found
Hard to bear, harder to get rid or.
is any Inching skin complain',
Kczeira or itching piles.
1 loan's eminent relieves and cures
All itchiness of the skin.
Albuquerque people endorse tins
A. M. Whitcomb, nurseryman, cor
ner Eighth and Tijeras streets, says:
"In my estimation there is no oint
ment for (ho purpose that can equal
Doan's. 7' here was one spot below
my knee which annoyed nie fr ten
years. I'n.ike eczema it did not
spread out, but at times it itched so
exasperatinijiy. particularly after 1
wrent to bed or sat by the stove, that
1 scratched it until it smarted before
'Twas the day after Christmas, and
mother sat down.
With a sigh of regret and a bit of a
And scribbled away for ten minutes
At a speed twice as fast as the type
At last, whea she finished, once more
came a sigh,
The kind that show heartaches which
buck of it lie.
She held up the paper, and said, as a
Spattered down. "And to think how
I struggled this year
Not to slight anybody, but look at this
Of people I meant to buy presents for
Nash Electrical Supply Co,
Will do a general electrical contracting business in New
Mexico and Arizona. Communicate with us for everything
electrical. All kinds of wiring, building of transmission
lines, Installing and modernizing of lighting and power
plants. Estimates promptly and cheerfully given. Agents
for Westlnghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. Motors, generators,
Office and Store 506 West Railroad Avenue
alboqueque, n. m.
ERNEST MEYERS & CO
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Fme Wines, Liquors and Cigars
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SUPPLIES
Straight Kentucky Whiskies a
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
MELINI & EAKIN, Wholesale liquor and Oar Dealers
Exclusive Agents for Yellowstone and O. F C. Whiskies. Most A
Chandon White Seal Champagne, St. Louts A. B. C. Bohemian and
Jos. Schlltt Milwaukee Bottled Beers, and owners mm distributor
of the Alavarado Whiskey. Write for our Illustrated Catalogue aid
Price List. Automatic Telephone, 199. Salesroom 111 8outh First
Street. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The czar at last has everybody's
sympathy. It Is reported that he is
preparing to move.
"But you know, Clara, that Aide
has always been such a trifler. Are
you certain that it was a serious pro
posal?" "Oh. yes. I'm certalu It was. It
had the right ring to it."
Treated His Wife, Too.
1'ncle Uuss Rrown and wife were
in town and called on the pennyroyal
relief came. I tr.el every salve and i ,Iorfor an(, na() a tootn pUie,"i and
ointment I came across: wnen one
lid not help I bou,'l t another and ap
plied It. Reading abo..t lean's Oint
ment induced nu- to no to a i
'rug more, for a box. In a re.v
lays the itchiness ceased, and the
!ife of the part affected was killed,
for up to date, and it it now over
six months (since I stopped the ufu
of the siive there has not. been a
symptom of Its appearance."
For sale by all dealers. Price bo
vents. KiMter-MUburn Co. Huftaio,
N. Y.. sole agents tor the I nited
Remember the name Doan'- and
tako no other. (
The holiday raies will !' ne anl
one-third fare to alt points via the
Santa Fe r-ute. Call at ttie ticket of
tl'-e and get particulars.
also had one of his wife's teeth pulled.
Sequachee (Tenn.) News.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Hank of Com
merce for the election of directors for
the ensuing year, and for the trans
action of such other business as may
properly come before the meeting,
will be held at its banking bouse on
lannarv 1, lftn6.
W. S. STRICKLER.
Vice President and Cashier.
- - WHOLESALE
.l Albuquerque, N. M.
Val Blatz's Milwaukee Beer
Mail orders have prompt attention. Call or
116 West Silver Ave., Albuquerque, N. 4T.
AM) II EA I I NO
11 UK tOK
Ely's Cream Balm
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE
',ir urorer'v at l.os Cernllo? Lost
S :.". : trading price, one -half of Fy p'
.oat. A Mi.ip. '.f you can uv -! ?,;, d..
property. l'iit i.e afraid to tai'i- j it k y J r'.-d.
with me. T. L. McSpadden, 3"0Sou'l.' ' ''",
i It lii.nl II 'M .
Uroadway. iunvii iv-v.
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Groceries, Cigar and Tobacco, and
all kinds of Fret Meat. 1
300 North Broadway. Corner of Wash 1
Ington Avenue. AI.Kl'CJITKRUK.N. M.
n dcatu jl rn
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RELEarATE DEALERS J
Automatic 'phone, 63S. Office, i!U8l,4j
West Gold Avenue.
h LONDON CLUB LIVERY AND
H FEED STABLES
1 Corner Second and Marquette
(tH CWvfN0t0B0I fMiwem WT51CIAH3
Melini & Eakin
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
C. GRANNIS, Prop.
Auto Phone, 311. Colo., 300 Red.
Day and Night Hack.
Albu('iepue. New Nfexlcn.
OLD HE AD:
The corrfC. C'ii.poiiiid!i.r of phy
sician's presi-rip'ions is efn'ial for
your welfare. !.-ie tbem ti' Ruppe's
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVEHV, SAI.B FEED AMD TRANS
Horse m Mulei bought &q1 ei
BEST TURNOUTS IN THB CITY
Second street, between Railroad and
M-T ' K' !.. " '
from $2 i5 to fiftO 00
. frota 2 ftO to 60 00
from 7 60 to 3&.00
iUf nuke, if iiiifi it i' ii inu-r-
kliip . ,t- I in hili
Utlt Ii - thn
$ nt any
-,,nf A!uwi:-1 -n I' will b
ASMS AND TOOL CO,
r. ii i1-. t
CtUcop Fll. Mui., a. S. A.
WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
For the reason that we can guarantee all glaaaea prescribed by a a.
aabbsr Option Co.
f&zh 118 C0LD Av- (f-St
ZAIJfi Member of Hoard of Optometry V v; ji-
mzr Rxamlnem. yni'
ITT IN' VOLK GLASS TO Ki:Kl'
out the cold, si::: Hudson,
'r. I.. C. Wymer, of t-eai.ooiy, Kan.
'e In Albuquerque with a car load
(j KMd Jersey cows In ten days.
Don't buy a cow before you ee them.
Drue.-! will be rvht. Th.- co.vs can
be si en at I'lai-her' (.ar'lin. o!J town,
on ttieir arr:va'.
Subscribe for TI ... Citizen an. I set
THE PINNACLE OF HUMAN SKILL
has been reached In our carriage,
bungles and spring wagonx. The only
wa ythey can ever be better la to
raUu th pinnacle elevate the stand
anl and even then our vehlcleB will
be found at the top. They're, not
hlKh in prlcea, though, u to be oat
of the reach of moat vehicle, users.
I.ei ii h quote you flK urea.
ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO.
The St. Elmol I
JOSEPH BARNKTT, fr
120 Wet rinftoAi Artrne CLU1 HOOUS