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ALUU UEKOUE BVKN1NG CITIZEN.
e desire to thank all our friends and customers who contrib
uted to make our first annual
a meat success Although the sale was a greater success than we
anticipated, our warehouse is tlll full of new and original designs
In nobby furniture and we will continue to sell you high grade goods
juxf a little cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere. Wishing you
l ha.ppy and prosperous New Year, we are yours to serve,
J. D, Emmons
Cor. Coal &
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FURNITURE
C. W. Ryus, chief claim adjuster of
the Santa Fe railway, with headquar
ters at Topeka. Is tending his Christ
mas vacation Ht l.os Angeles.
P. H. Rhodes, superintendent f
Pullman service ("n the Santa Ke, has
returned to his headquarters here,
after a viBlt over Christmas with nis
family in Kansas.
Edward L. Zink, connected with the
Kstancla hops of the Santa Fe Cen
tral, spent Christmas with friends at
Santa Fe, returning to Esancta yes
terday morning. '
Robert Mauer, formerly an em
ntn nf iTi( Santa Ke Central rail
way In this city, and who of late ha
been connected with the Indiana
Northern railroad at South Bend, has
gone to Washington, 1). C where be
has accepted a similar position.
HERO SAVES MANY
LIVES IN A BIG WRECK.
In a wreck on the Denver & Rio
Grande railroad between Silverton
and Ptirango on Saturday John Acord
saved many lives by carrying a red
hot stove out of a wrecked car with
his hare hands. ;
Ttw train was derailed lust after
leaving a bridge three miles from Pu
rango. The overturned stove set fire
to the wood work of the cars, but
Acord carried it out, severely burn
ing himself, and then returned and ex
tinguished the names. As many were
pinned in the wreckage, several would
have been burned to death hut for his
There were sixteen Injured In the
wreck and it Is thought that nt least
three will die.
A Topeka dispatch, dated December
24th. says: The Medicine Valley
Railway company was organized at a
meeting here today. This company Is
an auxiliary of the Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Ke company, and is capital
ized at $1,500,000.
The purpose of the new company is
to build a line of railway between
Medicine Ixjdge and Dodge City. The
road will be operated by the Santa
Fe when completed.
At the meeting - today .. James T
Hurley, geueral manager of the
Santa Fe, was elected president of
the new company. AmonR the direc
tors elected at the meeting are B. V
Ripley of Chicago, president of the
Santa Fe. and Hubert Dunlan or cm
cairn formerly an attorney for the
MRS. ROBERT FITZSIMMONS
I .HHIIIII 1 1 III .l
TO SERVE IN "THE ZONE''
MEN OF LINCOLN, NEB., ON
THEIR WAY T0
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AM Kindt of FrMh and Bait Mtata.
Steam 6auaga Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third Street
RANKIN & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE.
Automatic phona 451.
Room 10. N. T. Armljo Building.
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
(Successor to Balling Broa.)
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY
Wa desire patronage and w guar
antee first clasa staking.
207 S. Firat Street. Albuquertrua,
Etabllshed la 1882
F. G. RRATT & CO.
bole agents for Casino Canned Goods
.las. Heekin Sc. Co.'s Coffeea, lm
boten'a Granite Flour. .
Staple and Fancy
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
GEORGE I.. CAMPEN.
Lincoln. Neb., Dec.' 27. In perform
ing the tasks of he government in
the canal zone, Chas. E. Magoom,
governor general, formerly of Lin
coln, has Hiirrounded himself with a
number of th friends of bis youth.
Charles E. Weidmnn and George L.
Cumpen have Just left to take Im
portant positions under his direction.
Weidnian, who has been captain in
the Lincoln fire department, will be
chief of the fire department. Cam
pen, who has served ns city engineer,
CHAS. E. WEIDMAN.
will be the water commissioner of the
canal aotie. He is a atudent fn.id
Thos. M. Cooke of Lincoln is iu
charge of the customs. K. Lewis
Baker of Lincoln was apxlnted dep
uty collector of customs. D. C.
O'Connor, of Norfolk was selected for
superintendent of the school aystem
All the men selected by Magoon are
young, energetic and capable of ftctlve
service in the canal tone.
tmary Dutter Best
UPSTAIRS. OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
December 27-"Hans Hanson."
January 1 Woodmen of the World
January 2 ElUs' Minstrels.
.January 6 Moving Pictures.
January 8, 9, 10 Geo. Samuels- At
This la a picture of the wife of
Robert Fitzsimmons, the prize fighter.
As soon as the newa flashed to her at
New York that her husband had been
hipped by "PhiUaeinhia" Jack
Brien In Sun Francisco, sne mime-
iiaiely gave out the information thai
she hil left her husband and would
art to Europe. It is understood, in
bv telegraphic dis-
patches requesting her arrest, heito clt.ar ,he wav HI),i gve ature full
tiiok nlone with her a big roll of
money belonging to the "freckled face
Don't drug the stomach to cure a
cough. One Minute Cough Cure cuts
the mucus, draws the inflammation
out of the throat, lungs and bronchial
tubes, heals, soothes and cures. A
quick cure for Croup and Whooping
Coiigh. Sold by all druggists.
Try a Citizen want ad.
My merchant tailoring snop is up
stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave
nue, where I solicit the patronage of
the public. All work guaranteed first- January 11 Fabio Romaine,
class, as I have had fifteen years' ex I Jenuary 12 "Shadows on the Hearth"
pemnee in the business. Suits maoei January 13 "Old Cross Roads.
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and January 15 West'a Minstrels,
repaired. The specific I use will not) January 20 Murray and Mack,
injure the cloth. Ladies' garments I Janunry 23 "Hooligan's Troubles."
also cleaned and walking skirts made; January 29, 30 Geo. Samuels' vAt-
214 South Second Street.
CLAmKVILLK PRODUCE CO
, HAY. GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail
HIDES. PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MacftANUS. Mgr.
602 South First Street Both Phonea
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at -T. C Baldrldge'a Lum
ber yard. v
TOTI A OR API
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine line of Imported Wines, Llquora
and Clgara. Place your ordera for
thla line wltli ua.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
FOUND AT LAST
Woolens laundered without shrinking. We hve added to cur si
ready well equipped laund'.-ry a machine with which we can handle
woolen without shrinking. When we are through with them they
are Just like new. If other laundries shrink them, bring them to n
and we will straighten them out for you. .
BACK OF P. O.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO
HAS BEEN OUR SPECIALTY FOR THIRTY YEARS
STEAM, ELECTRIC, COMPRESSED AIR, OAS OR GASOLINE.
Write ua your conditlona and we can aupply your wanta. Spe
cial Holat Catalogue on application.
The Hendrie & Bolthoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
I62M639 Seventeenth Mreet. DENVER, COLORADO J
Give me a trial.
Clea- the Way.
The n.;.-slon c: "Early Risers
sway. These famous little pins ria
the stomach and bowels ct all putrid
matter, thus removing the causes ot
headache, constipation, sallow com
plexion, etc. DeWlu's Little Early
Risers never gripe or sicken. A safe,
pleasant, perfect pill. Mack Hamilton,
hotel clerk at Valley City, N. D.,
says: "Two bottles of these Famous
Little Pills cured me of chronic con
stipation." Sold by all druggists..
Citizen want ads get the business.
"PAP" GREEFI.TJAF DID
N07 i ED EAR . MUFFS
January 31 "Ole Oleson."
The Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Rev. O.
D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church
of Harpersville, N. Y., will Interest
you. He says:'' "I suffered agdules
because of a persistent cough, re
sulting from the grlp. I tried to
sleep sitting up in bed. I tried many
remedies without relief,- until I took
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, which
entirely cured my cough and saved
me from consumption." A grand cure
for diseased conditions of the Throat
and lungs. At all druggist. Price
60c and f 1, guaranteed. Trial bot
You are going to visit the old home
during the holidays. Cheap rates t
all points, via the Santa Fe route
On Dental Work. Platee, 18.00;
Gold Crowns, 26.00; Fillings, $1.00
up. Teeth extracted without pain,
50c. All guaranteed.
B. F. COPP, D. D. S.
Room 17. N. T. Armijo Building.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
General Building Supplies v
Third and MarquctU
For Cracked Hands.
Roiuli skin and cracked hands are
not onlv cured by De Witt's Hazel
Salve, but an occasional application
will keen the skin soft and smootn
Best for Eczema. Cuts. Burns, Bolls,
vac. Tbft eenuine DeWltt's Witch
Hazel Salve affords immediate relief
In all forma of Blind. Bleeding, Itcn
ins and Protruding Piles. Sold by al
TO MAKE REPAIRS ON
CANAL NEAR PHOENIX
it mtctine of the Arizona Cana
lr.it,iiv.i association, held at Glen
.lala near Phoenix, tho farmers de
cideil to renair the Arizona canal at
tbeir own expense in order to mak
sure that they will be given water
duriptr next summer. For this pur
iwiKH thev made a levy of twent
cents an acre uKn the farmers oli
tainJnu- M-at. r from the canal. A com
lntcil to collect the a
HPSKiiwiit unit as soon as $2,000 Is 1
han.i tli. iei:air work will Tie com
nienced by Superintendent Dan Me
Dermott. As the Arizona canal prop
erty Is in the hands of the court, the
farmers arc entitled to the court's
protection. Hnd the money they ex
pend in repairs will be refunded to
New Tailor Shoe
A. .1. Morelll. the well Known tailor
has reo'.med a tailor shop on North
First street, where he is ready to
clean. preRs and repair ladles' and
cents' clothing. Suits made to order.
Patronage of former customers solicit
BOOSTING FOR DENVER
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
I! Crane, of Springer, N. M.,
i. i-. mnif that extensive
.....i,..r in tii. territory must ship
to Kansas City, Omaha or Chicago
markets, and not to Denver, fays tnt
i ihniK'imU nf sheen and cat
tie to Kansas City and Chicago every
or..i u-niil.i rather t-bit) to
Monvor" ll Mr. CrHIlC. llUT for
tuni uwiiii ttiere Is no sale for
ikn. ,..... i .imi't know anv reason
uiii ii. it , -
why Denver should not be orTe of the
great markets. It is necessary for tho
men at the Htock yards to get up and
hustle in order to make an attractive
market for us. If nome enterprising
men would get together and arrange
to buy sheep and cattle thev would
clean up the surrounding states and
New Mexico and Arizona."
AND CURE the LUNC8
I Surest and tiuicKint Cure for oil
THROAT and LDM8 IBOUfl-j
I XS, or MONK1 BACK. I
THE FUEHR UNDERTAKING CO,
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Both 'Phones. Oav or Night
Corrlllo. ...... American Block X
$6.00 Per Ton
COKE - MILL WOOD
WE CAN MAKE YOU A
If you will see ua before Janu
ary 1. We have two or three
piecea of property that must go,
even at a sacrifice. Thla to a
chance to get a homo or a
couple of lota dirt cheap.
Porterfield & Co.
HOW. Gold Ave.
.OANS. NOTARY PUBLIC.
KaO0000O0OX 0a K0C
BELOW THE WHOLESALE PRICE. SHOULD
, vmm JBWELER Ot'FER TO SELL YOU A
DIAMOND EVEN AT COST, IT WOULD
v Btlll pay you to buy It- from ua. as we are In a position to ell dia
monds that have been pawned to ua at 20 per cent lesi than reta l
Jewelera buy at wholesale.
ROSENFIELO, The Pawnbroker. The Man You Can Trust
118 hallroad avenue, next door to tho St. Elmo, Albuquerque. N. -
Railroad tickets bought and gold transactions guaranteed.
CALM C&NSI DERATION
approves our work In the line of sani
tary plumbing and gas fitting. W
make a study of scientific sanitation
as regards" the bath, the toilet, supply
pipes for water for cooking, washing
and drinking. As a result, when we
are favored with your orders you get
the best obtainable. Still, we. do not
The Standard Heating &
Auto. Phone 671. Bell, Red 284.
B. A. SLEYSTER
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
Room 5. Cromwell Block, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone, 174.
Everybody in this city, for years, has launhed at "Uncle" Robert Ureen
leaf for wearing thoHe Ions whiskers, but when he showed up on North
Fourth street this morning, clearing away the snow in front of hl resi
dence, and the weather. stinging cold, he put thos.- whiskers to good line,
as evidenced by the two cartoons presented above
You-; best satisfaction In mill
ALBUQUERQUE FLAKING MILL
Stoves repaired and aet up; furnl
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
ture set up and crated for shipment
Rear of Walton's drug store.
Palmer & Wright's
fancy boxes, at
best and litest odors. We have them In pretty,
25c, 50c, 75g & $1.00
The Williams Drug Co.
117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Citizen Want Ads Bring The Best Results
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.rrrsT. ..stft.a-as. i.-fwiifc .miT r h
NATIVE ARRESTED NEAR
. . . . i i n r r D
TRINIDAD PUK mun"fc".
siM-cial from Trinidad. Colo . Pays:
.lohn Hropby. a member of the New
Mexic mounted police, arrer-ted He
ilro Hablaneio at Tobaseo. in 'his
eoiinty. and left fnr Clayton. N. M..
with bis prisoner The man Is
wanted In I'nion eotintv. N'i w M xico,
on the charge of murder, it being al
leced th:tt he beat a Mexican at
KolM.mi s-ii badly that he died of ti jh
injuries a week later.
Baldam to la also a Mexican, and
since tho alleged murder has been
working in different coal camt s In
Tfie Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mesrico
Located on the Bclcn Cut-off ot Tho Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fc Railway j
. . . XT , , of ty,ft inction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe system leading east ana west rrora onicago,
Belesis 31 mUe. Los eles, El Paso and Old Mexico
The Bclcn Town and Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite
- . . -r.'.n 70f,ot streets with alleys 2( feet wide, with beautiful lake and public park and grand old shade trtu public school house, cost
Of 1 000 bu.ii.ets and residence lot. ire 25H42 feet, laid out wdb broad 80 and Wiooi ir ub)lsjhmen48 ,n New Mexli;0. the Belen PattiDt Roler mill, capacity, 150 barrels daily; laiue winery; three hotels,
ine 116 000- churches. Commercial club; a population of 1,500 inhabitants; largest u er central New Mexico. Its importance as a (treat commercial railroad city in the near luture cannut he estimates
' . Li f... flour, wheat, wine, beans ana nay m
restaurants, etc. Helen is me largest dipi:uh i-mUI k
, xpa.mR OF THE SANTA FE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST. NORTH AND SOUTH. . R
ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS. miu wu i
ccntef cjry wu graded (many of thpm ,mpro (.uUW8tl0B): no .and or e,.v. We need a as. hakery. tslior .hop. shoe house, le.eler. plumbing shop, p.acin. .,. Hj
coal and wood y.rd. drug More, harness .hop. etc. etc. Also a Brst-clas. mooern uo PAYMENT8. TITLE PERFECT- WARRANTY DEEDS
OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS. T!TLE PERFECT, WARRANTY DEEDS.
OUR PR.CESLO AND PRICES, IF YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO
-a--. -riiin and Improvement Company
IflC- OWWi WM M BERGER, Secretary