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ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
sATrnnw. ATc.rvr X mr.
Enslaved by a Pirate
Or, Itoliert's JUHvloxvnn Willi the ItPd-IIiiniUKl Hovers,
Uy r. W. rhiufor.
SAFETY SIGNALS SOME LETTERS
THAT NEVER i Classified Advertisements
"XOT SICK OF THE SHIP'S MOTION, ARE YOU?" ASKED A KIND
LY BARBADOKS BLACK.
"Well, I suppose we've got to cap
ture It?" Col. Crust announced, look
Inn to see If his horseplRtols were
primed. "Man the nlne-nounder."
Onward came the magnificent ship
of war. running Into danger the some
as if there wasn't any.
They were now on the high seas.
Some of the seas were higher than
others, which made the going rough
for Robert, even though he kept next
to the rail.
"Not sick of the ship's motion, are
you?" asked a kindly Barbadoes
black with a head like a cocoanut.
"Oh no," Robert responded with a
wan smile. "I think it .was some
thing I ate."
"You must get your sea legs," the
"I haven't unpacked tlvm yet,"
our hero answered, at th Mine time
wondering who put rollers under his i Many .Mine.
land legs? I "l'lff!" Pin!" VV The nine
There was only one comiort in mpounaer repeaieu ji itmoii",
all. Col. Crust, the terror of tne
Some Indian Customs of Peace
Which Frighten White
Arapahoe, Okla., August 3. "In
dians have certain rules of war that
if understood by white men are sig
nals of safety, ibut failure to under
stand them leads often to danger,"
said John H. Seller, who has lived
among the Cheyennes and Arapahoes
for more than thirty years. "For In
stance, a party of Indians may riue
up to your camp and fire their
weapons off. That means they are
frlendlv. for their cuns are empty
and harmless, and they then ride in
to show the white man, who is usual
ly frightened out of his wits, that
they are good friends.
But another Instance can be re
lated that shows a peculiar mode of
friendship. General Grant's peace
policy with the Indians did not work
well. In a rew years war Drone oui
and nearly all of the Quakers, wno
said the right way to rule the In
dians was by love, had urgent busi
ness .back to Pennsylvania. The fel
lows who stayed at Darlington sent
urgent demands for the .military, and
no Quaker was there to protest.
Whiles Hiully lYIglitoiHHl.
There had been many councils of
war held between tne uneyennes aim
Arapahoes. Finally, the Arapahoe
General Delivery Clerk Sees ueLp ' want EDirrnat s youn
crying neeu, ti want tm i
Evenin. Citizen's want column will j
assure you of plenty of employes. i
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
All Classes of Disappoint
It was the nine-pounder that sBoke. told the whites at the Bljency
The solid iron shot rattled against would be their friends, and not go
the side of the Connecticut with a on the war path In a few days 'he
rrnsli resembline the Impact of a
marble against a tin can. On board
her the .tackles could be seen scrub
vblnir the deck unconscious of their
neril. ' The doomed vessel was sweep
log right athwart the .course of the
Spanish main, was also unwell.
"A sail! A sail!" cried the look
out, from his position on top of the
"Fire or clearance? asked Col.
"Neither. It's the battleship Con
necticut." was the happy reply.
Arapahoes picked up their camp and
eno re led the agency. Tne wnue wo
men reasoned that this was mine u
have them surrounded, so that when
the murdering commenced no one
could get away. While the handtui
of white emDloves hardly knew wnai
to do. and one hair was stanuing
eunnl each half of the night, the
liv all the rules of pirate lore the strain got so hard t hey d ecl e I to
American navy should have lost IU as o, x - u . " '"""
chief ornament, but the rtum nrauou "" i'. --
t niei ui naiiit-i . demonstrations, if he was a
ining saueu iiil imi imi ,.t v- -
,r .. i it u nun-1 friend.
wnai sirucn. n. . ,, ,, ln .p
t nai urn m i iiinvc it. "" - -
badly scared little band in this man
'Vnw whnt do vou think of that?" a war party,
muttered Col. Crust, peevishly.
Furixisc of Indians.
Outbursts of Everett True
"'-- "V you wit- Puu me
JiyyJ MVS MOVING
So war party,' said he-, 'can pass
through an Indian camp. It Is a dec
iflratlon of war to do so. Now, I have
nut rav camp ?lear round the agency,
to protect you. This war party near
here must pass through my camp to
pt to vrni- Should thev come, we
will send our women ana cnuurei
Into t'i.e agency to mingle with tne
women and children 01 me wnue pr-o
tile. Then we w U be fighting to pro
I tect our own people. Now, we know
iho Indian's wavs. and can tell a wa
iinrlv wherever we see It. we nave
seen vour ipicketi) out every night an
eonld kill them easily If we wante
to. You had better sleep and let u
guard this agency until the soiujei
While the Cheyenne war party
hovered near, and killed a grea
manv persons outside the agency
thev never attempted to pass Pow
der Face's lines and take their covet
ed prize, the Darlington agency. It
meant war to do It, and the old sei-
tlers around Darlington. who sun
live, have a warm spot yet in their
hearts for old Powder Face and in.!
i Arapahoe band."
"What, no letter!"
She stamped her foot and went
away. It was very plain that she
was disappointed. even Irritated
There were no words to express her
displeasure, but the way she held her
head, the pouting expression on her
face, the Impatient manner In which
she swung her arm and that brisk
walk they all spoke forcibly of her
It was at the general delivery win
dow that the little scene occurred
this morning. The clerks at the gen
eral delivery windows see the display
f many emotions. There is no sham
bout them. Women are sure enough
disappointed when their expected let
ers don t come ana they uon t nesi
tale to show It.
Sho Tried to 1k Rrnvo.
The disappointed one this morning
was dressed ln n traveling costume
She was attractive looking, too. She
carried a suit case and probably had
Just stopped over In Albuquerque for
a few hours on her way 10 some
where. No doubt she had told some
body to write her at Albuquerque,
enre of the eeneral delivery
Anything for Minn Carolyn Smltn-
bve?" she asked, trying to be brave
and. steadying herselt for any Uls
nnnolntment that might come.
The c erk waikeu a lew steps aim
took n handful of letters from a pig
eonhole. After he had looked half
wav through without laying one
aside Miss Smlthhye began to lose
hone. She showed It plainly
"Xnth nir." the c erk saui, Dianaiy.
Such nn unsysmpathetlc person:
Didn't seni to care at all.
Mlsa Smlthbv hesitated. She looked
through the window and saw thous
ands of letters.
"stnrelv nmonir all of those.' sne
Ihoimh. nerhntis. "there s one little
letter for me."
She bad a not on to ask him to looK
at every letter in the postoftlce to be
nlisnlntelv sure that her's was not
there. But she duln I asK mm 10 iooh
any more. She just gave him to un
derstand by her actions that she was
displeased and then went away
Xenrlv All IMsnniHllUKM.
Of -iiiirse' some of the people who
call at the general delivery winaow
rlo iret leters about one persmi in
every ten. It has been suggested that
this legend should be written auove
lha o-enernl deliverV Winnow
All ye who come prepare to be dls
The nrlnclnal reason that person
do not receive the letters they expect
.,1 the irenernl delivery window is ne
cause the letters were jnever written,
or if written were not mailed. I his
Is a cruel fact that the disappointed
ones seldom take Into consideration
Their resentment Is generally toward
tho nostofflce department.
And the clerks, they are always
so unsympathetic at such times. This
Is the way some or tne women wuui.i
like to have the clerk at the general
111 ice lie. 1 vt- ,.,..0...
everywhere and I cant find a single
letter for you. I am positive that it
in't hf.re. A raliro.ui wrei-R
WANT ED At once: muckers, 12 and
board; also carpenters. Steady Jon,
good pay. Colburn's Employment,
1(19 West Silver avenue.
WANTED Capable salesman to cov
er New Mexico with staple line,
high commissions with un.u
monthly advance. Permanent posi
tion to right man. jess n. fiium
Co., Detroit, Mich.
WANTED Paleaman, experienced in
any line to sell general trade in
Nw Mexico: liberal commissions
-with $35 weekly advance. one
salesman earned nurins
lnt thren months. His first wotk.
The Continental Jewelry Co., Cleve
WANTED Two or three rooms lor
light housekeeping, furnisneu or
unfurnished. Also stable room for
one horse. Z., this oftlce.
.WANTED Car carpenters, car re
pairers, laborers, neeaen m aiou
querque shops. Confer with Master
Mechanic for details.
WANTED People who want some
thing, to aaveruse m ine tumu.
want column. A few lines cost but
a few cents but bring returns an
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Piano, Organ!
Horsea, Wagons and other Chattala
also on SALARIES AND WARS
HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low aa lit
and as high aa 1200. Loans ar
quickly made and strictly prlvata
Time: Ona month to one year ttTen
Oooda remain ln your possession
Our ratea are reajonabla. Call an
see us before borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from el'
parte of the world.
Rooms t and 4, Grant Bldg.
303 4 West Railroad Are.
The flexible sole Red Crosa
Shoe is comfort able from
The burning and aching
aused by stiff soles and the
vils of thin soles are pre-
ented bv the Red Cross. It
nables a woman ,to be on her
Feet for hours at a time with
i - J'
Irs ML Bond.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, It F.8t
N. W.. Washington, D. C. Pensions
land patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patents, trade marks, claims
WANTED Ladles who wish stylish
dressmaking. Also apprentice, bji
on Miss C. P. Crane. 512 North
Second street. Millinery at
It. W. I. Bryan.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquer
half que, N. M. Office, First Natlona
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
SI EX W ANTED.
it-vt w a vTirn s5nmvhere every
day. If you are looking ior a. jqu v.. . .-;.
n,,t a wont ad in The Evening Cltl-
sen's want column and I' will do
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
fllli U1-..M Any.'" V ",".: p O-Rlollv-. m- tnr Phnn.
j.. i i on t f nri u r t a ii intr i - ..... -- -
rmim cottage nicely furnished, with No. 744. Appointments made by mat
111) Kasi Lirai at-
Ffilt RENT Pleasant, well turnisn- rv. T,
o.i front rooms, near nusiness cen
ter: rntes reasonable. Corner
DR. C. A. KLLER,
Armljo Building. Phone 889
Sixth and Railroad. Apply at rear.
FOR RENT A few" nicely furnished
rooms, with use or Dam, very icu-
Ki.. r,n invalids. Hotel Craige,
sniver avenue, between First and
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. 101 Pallroad avenue. Offle
hours, 9 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; l:t
p. m. to I p. m. Both phones. Ap
pointments made by mall.
vri iiET Several small cottages,
.it ni,.oi furnished ior nousenffii-
Inir J. B. Block. Jemes Hot phone 88.
Springs, TN. M.
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Snrgroa
Occidental Life Building. Tele
Albuquerque, N. M.
DR. It. L. 1IVST.
Physdrlnn mid Surgeon.
ipun.fiviEVT if vou need
The Citizen's want column win iur-
pffc I Rooms 6 & 8, N. T. Armljo Building,
DRS. 15KONSON & BROXSON,
nlsh vou a auick and ready means Homeopathic I'liyslciaiis nnd Snr
I will mall you free, to prove merit,
samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restora-
Mve, and my hook on euner uy-ipep-
sla. The Heart or The Kidneys.
Troubles of the Stomach, Heart or
Kldnevs are merely symptoms of a
deener ailment. Don't make tne
common error of treating symptoms
only. Symptom treatment Is treating
the result of your anmeni, ana nui
the cause. Weak Stomach nerves
the Inside nerves mean Stomach
weakness, always. And the Heart,
and Kidneys as well, have their con-
trotllne or Inside nerves. weanen
these nerves, and you Inevitably have
weak vital organs. Here Is where
Dr. Shoop's Restorative has made Its
fame. No other remedy even claims
to tren t the "Inside nerves." Also
for bloating, biliousness, bad breath
or complexion, use Dr. Shoop s ite
storatlve. Write me today for sam
nle and free Rook. Dr. Shoop. Ha
cine, Wis. The Restorative is sold by
something' terrible has happened to
delay it. He promised u wrn-. .
snv Mild I m Kure ne tint.
11., rlluniiruomeo. 1 III hoi I . ii",.
i v.,.... Inst how vou reel, ueiurn in
,, hour Hnil I'll look through the
next mail as soon as it comes."
..Knrini l nt a minimum ex
penditure. Put a want ad In The
Citizen today and be at work tomor
trnr ai.r s.ronm new brick coi
ton-o balh. e ectric llgni, ceuieni
walks, lawn, rhlcken yard, with or
without furniture. Must be sold at
Owner leaving city. 521 L.
cun s.M.R Sneclal low rates. 10
Chleniro. St. LOUIS anu rw.nus.in
.n , ,..nv or round trip tit"
i,.,t,' Aivnuhoil In nnv Part of the
l'nitoil smtes. Low rates to Cali
fornia. See us It 4 V buy. Moore's
n-iouot nmee 113 Central avenue
Member American Ticket Brokers'
r with the foot" Xijp
A stylish vt' wwmm ,
shoe that's '
absolutely ffi V
comfortable hi J
M, 8r, RtJ Cr.ii
l3 taunx Coll Blthrr,
Let us fit you, 1
121 Railroad Arinut
tteons. Over Vann Drug Store.
1'lmiie. Ofjlce and Resilience, 02H.
DR. C. A. FRANK.
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Rooms 4 and 5. Barnett bldg. Of
fice hours 8 to 12 and 2 to 6, 7 to 8
W. EIOENE PROVINES, M. D.
Specialist: Eye, Ear and Throat.
Iite assistant to chair of diseases of
eye, ear and throat in Hospital Col-
lego of Medicine, Louisville, Ky.
Eyes properly tested for glasses.
Rooms 6 and 8, N. T. Armljo build
And Principal Eastern Point
On Sale Dally
June Is! to Sept. 30th
Endorsed b.v the- County.
"The most popular remedy ln Otse-o-r,
nrmntv nnd the best friend of my
f:,mllv." writes Wm. M. Dietz. editor
n,l mihlisher of the Otsego Journal,
Cilbertsville. N. Y., "Is Dr. King s
New Discnverv. It nas proven iu or
an Inf illlble cure for coughs and
colds, making short work of the
worst of them. We always keep a
bottle In the house. I believe it to
be the most valuable prescription
known for lung and throat diseases
Guaranteed to never disappoint the
t.nker, bv all druggists. Price 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
If you want anything on earth, you
can get it through the want columns
of The Evening Citizen. We get results.
ton hj ALT'. ( "mn s x-room
fiim uhoit. Ann V ni niiiiin
dlerv Co. 114 North Second street.
FTin?A"LE'::::r,arIor set and dTKlng
room couch: good as new and very
cheap. 423 Fruit avenue
T?riTj mt.f Half Interest In estab
iiahnd nnultrv business. rsrea-iu-
t .a v rnitrv Yards. J. T. Harger,
prop., 12th street and Mountain
F. W. Spencer. Rooms 48-47 Bar
nett building, Albuquerque, N. W
KIDNEY TROUBLE ALWAYS STRIKES WHEN YOU ARE
LEAST PREPARED AND LEAST EXPECT IT.
THE FIRST WARNING comes in back-
0oche and if you allow backache to have its
way you are certain to nave Buixitjuuiiiy
hand soon, even more serious.
DON'T PLAY WITH A TIGER, don't wait
until it strikes a dangerous blow and the doctor tells you
"It's Kidney Trouble." You can't safely play with backache
any more than you can safely pat the head of a tiger.
KILL THE TIGER when it's a cub; treat your backache
the first day, the first hour, and just the friend you need is
i mm wbm mis
Two Sizes. 25 and 50 cents Per Dox.
FOR SALE BY ZZZZZZZ
POUND Through the want column
of The Evening Citizen, jusi wnai
you have been looking for. An
advertising source sure to bring re
turns for small expenditure. Try a
want ad and be convinces.
I'll ston vour pain tree. To show
you first before you spend a penny
what my fink i-ain ihuikis i-nu u,
will mall you free, a Trial racKage ui
them Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets.
Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Pe
rir.,1 nalns. etc.. are due alone to blood
congestion. Dr. fchoop's Headacha
Tablets simply kill pain by coaxing
away the unnatural niooa pressure.
That Is all. Address Dr. Shoop, Ua
clne. Wis. Sold by all dealers.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Four room adobe hou
nnd about tut acre of
lino garden land, W.
IViitrul aveiiuo $ 800
Tlirvo nmiii Iioum', four
lots. North Fourth
Tlirco room house and
an acre of land, tlirco
inih-s north of limn., 400
TlinH riMini luni.se, fur-
lllltl ('Olliplt'W, two
gMKl horn's, hpilnc
wagon and ono aero
of land 500
Six room house, West
New York avenue... 2,500
Six room house, West
Marquette avenue . . . 1,800
Six room brick house,
bath, ov liar, Fourth
Apartments hi lliqie flats,
luii to i-lt rooms, mod
ern euiivuiileiKvx, !! to 20.00
lour riMini brlek luiuse,
bath, ei llar, Fourth ward .3.00
Seven room brlek house,
modern, f iirnl-ln l or mi-lill'lii-lil'd.
i Iom' III.
Three rooms for llhthouse-
Uis-piiig, close in 15.00
Fie riMini house, South
Second str--t 15.00
'le room frame. First
215 Wrst Gold ht.
Tlios. K. D. Maddlson.
Office with W. B. Chllders,
West Gold avenue.
r.t a free sample of Dr. Shoop's
"Iltalth Coffee" at our Btore. If real
coffee disturbs your Stomach, your
Heart or Kidneys, then try this clever
Coffee Imitation. Dr. Shoop na
closely matched Old Java and Mocha
Coffee ln flavor and taste, yet It ha
not a single grain of real ColTee In it,
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imitation
Is made from pure toasted grains or
cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Mad
In a minute. No tedious wait You
will surely like it.
""4 by C. U,
Low rates, long limit, ticket- ex
cepted on Limited and all other
trains. Call at tlckei ornce ana w
will plan your trip back east- w
are all going. Why not jrouT
T. E. PURDY, Agent
A. T. & S. F. RY.
.-1t lr. y m
MEN AND WOMEN.
Cm Bii U for unnatural
ImtattoD or ulceiatioui
Ki-tflMr. " of muoooi nianibmnM.
rrmu ci-4M. PhuIom, and not utrio
E.VANSUHEMICAIGO. nt or p.d-uuoui.
or Mnt Id plain wrapper,
br expreM, prepaid, (or
t .00. urStHittl-i-.75.
Circular tent on rouect.
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
a Thry ovt iTuine Wfikitrii. Irrriri,
fV ,ni Knil uiiil.m-.it. .uii.i't'ttr viol
T)f?JV ml li trii-li -j-iiiii. i,l nitiiMlru
Wl 1 ii " 1 1 ey '. I. lie Nkim
kJJCJ vKl;t itiii.iunli.ii. m.liiin
r4 .T9 v -l...'n. ..l l t.rimua nil l""l
'?:?P4 ' : l l-r b.ii
T' 'f - I, Mollis-, ,1.-,'Iftflt
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7. A, SLEYSTER
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
Rooms li and 14 Cromwell Block,
Albuquerque. Telephone N. Its-
Woman loves a clear, rosy com
plexion. Ilurdock Blood Bitters puri
nes the blood, clears te skin, restores
ruddy, sound health.
iauHTiwia anu anon in mow
attuut the wonilerful
1 li UeW Vaalpml ftjrlaca.
yi jss. :k ly v iieai m oai conveii-
K i m
Ana Tftnr liruiririitffirli
If ll CAIIlU't kUI'PIV tlie
M 11 V E L. K",vit no
fiLlinr tint K.. 1 .11 ftlMtim fr
UlHlrnl."l lmuk-k-aTi.it. tl (rin 4
full iittrltiMi'itrs a.u.1 dirr.'ll' ui In
llul,,c Vi la.liM. M Ml t I I. I O.
41 L.t Hirer t, MiW lllUk.
INN -OH I
(by mail Vby XPRESi 1
JjEtli--j .c-ir-npj -. I
AND CURE the LUNGS
w Dr. King's
FOR foycHS vZYun.
I Ull VOLDS Trial Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
QUAKANTED SATISt ACXOitX
,oa MONEY ZtEPUNDED.
SUSSH SI SSI SB H SB SMM BO
i iiiilaitiut .v ill cuie bllud
U.etu.iiK ana lu-Uii'-.
.t s. li itt'sori b ibe tuuitirj
'i.Ijjs ti 8 lu ulnt; at urn v, fte'd
s u nmitiie, k'i instant ri'
I. Jr. S li ,u:iin' luihn I'lle UUi
nt i nrfi'uri J for i'lles auJ Iici2
i i, ic privutn piirt. f.ve.-y box it
t ,tr: ri'.-f'i. lv Urn. i.".-ts. by m'i'l on rt
,.t i r: Ml c nta nn.i l.nu. illia-
jr'npup fl 1T.-M i. vrlai.ii. ' ii. u
FOB SALE BT 8. T NN i Qb.