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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MOXTAY. At'fifST 2fl. 1B07,
RAILROAD DEPARTMENT J
III WW SHAPE
Added Equipment Will Facili
tate Movement of
Chicago, III., Aug.. 26. With the
oncoming of the full rush In trans
portation the main question of the
problem of railroad traffic which
concern the general public Is wheth
er or not the railroads will be able
to move the traffic expeditiously
this year or whether the conditions
will be the same as last season when
traffic was badly congested. These
questions are of special Interest In
the southwestern section of the coun
try which Is the greatest market
place In the country- From a trans
portation standpoint there are at this
time two features which particularly
affect the general situation In the
southwest, southeast and west which
afford some basis for the general
patlsfnctlon of the public. One fea
ture Is that the traffic of the rail
roads will be enormous this year,
probably much greater than ever be
fore. The other feature Is that the
railroads will be In much better con
dition to handle the movement of
freight with greater expedience.
By heavy traffic the railroad com
panies and the employes will be mu
tually benefitted. The employes will
be assured of steady employment
while the companies will be assured
of large profits. The additional equip
ment and facilities for the movement
and .handling of traffic augur much
for the general satisfaction of the
shippers and the consignees as well.
There are also Indications which
seem wholly trustworthy that In nor
mal and even In somewhat extraord
inary circumstances the roads will
be able to handle the trafflo exped
itiously and that there will be none
of the evils nor repetition of the car
shortages of a year ago.
This fail finds most of the rail
roads better supplied with equipment
than a year ago. Orders which were
placed for rolling stock and motive
power a year ago are now being de
livered. Kvery road In the west Is
dally receiving new and additional
motive power. The Santa Fe is hav
ing delivered in Topeka thirty-one
new Prairie type locomotives which
will be used In. moving the immense
Crops eastward. Other roads are
making equally aa much progress in
adding to the motive power. Nearly
every road has received a large
amount of new rolling stock. This
stock for the most part should have
been delivered a year ago but was
not on account of the extreme rush.
The railroads with the increased
motive power and equipment are In
a great deal better shape to render
good service to the public than a year
In many cases where the deliveries
ff equipment have not been as great
as was expected, the enlargement and
Improvement of terminal facilities
has offset the shortage and has In
creased the tremendous traffic. The
difficulties which the railroads had
last year, causing great losses to
themselves, and the Bhippers as well,
furnished experience of a very use
ful and practical kind to the officials
in the operating department. This
will Induce the operating department
to apply more system this year to the
furnishing of cars and the handling
and movement of freight.
There seems to be a general feeling
of satisfaction among those interest
ed from the standpoints of both the
shippers and the railroad companies.
Both expect favorable results as they
both count on heavy traffic and ex
Sitent Many Millions
Although a great deal of work has
been done In the past year towards
alleviating the congested conditions
of traffic by enlarging terminal facil
ities and Increasing the mileage of
panting track so as to handle the
traffic with more dispatch, they have
In reality only made a start. The bus
iness from the west and southwest
is beginning to assume such large
proportions that new roads are be
ing chartered and -In fact In the west
and southwest actual construction
work has commenced.
The pout h western lines have In
augurated financial arrangements for
multiplying their facilities. Many
hundreds of millions of dollars will
be spent In the next five years, on
various Improvements. Probably as
many more will be spent within the
succeeding five years. This enlarge
ment and betterment will put the
. Lo?? "Renence and thorough testing have proven S. S. S. to be t!ie
King of blood purifiers and the greatest of all tonics. For nearly half a
rentury S. S. S. has been used in the treatment of blood and sVin diseases
pi every character, and so satisfactory have been the results that it is now
the best known and most widely used blood medicine on the market S S S
attracted attention as soon as it was placed on the market by curing
f.romptly those diseases for which it was recommended, and we have so
ealously guarded its first good reputation, by keeping it up to its stand.ii d
a manufacture, that it now lias the unequalled and pleasing record of
lFOStyA"' S',CU"??'"r, Fr Kll""atism, Catarrh, Scrofula.
Sores and Ulcere, Malaria, Skin Diseases. Contagious Blood I'oison, and all
Other diseases due to an impure or poisoned condition of the blood there is
nothing that equals S. S. S. It counteracts and removes the germs and
poisons, cleanses the system of all unhealthy matter, cures the trouble per
manently, and restores strong, robust health. Where the blood is weak or
anaemic and unable to nourish the system as it should, S. S S supplies it
wuh the needed properties, and being a bracing, invigorating tonic it builds
tip the entire system. It goes to the very IkjUoiu of all blood disorders atvl
in this way reaches deep-seated and inherited cases on which the ordinary
aarsaparillas and tonics have little or no effect. Not only is S S S
certain in its results, but it is an absolutely safe medicine. It enjov
the distinction of being the only blood medicine on the market that is guar
anteed purely vegetable. If you are in need of a blood remedy be nn the
nse of S. S S. the medicine that has proven its worth by its record of fortv
yars of etirft. lV,2c cn the blood and anv medical advice vou wish vr.
charge Iw t.iaer. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA.
southwestern roads In better physical
condition, and will enable them to
get as nearly as possible in condition
for the traffic which Is constantly
growing and keeping puce with the
inuuHtriai development of the coun
NEW Itlfi COAI, TKXKITC
JtMt II AltlUM MXKS
M. L.OU1S. Mo., Aug., :6. From
the Southern Illinois coal territory
ine .Missouri Pacific and Iron Aloun
tain system will take 6.000.000 tons
or coal a year for points In the south
west, the northwest and the west. The
extension which the company has
been constructing Into this district
will be In operation to anil from
Johnson Olty early In November.and
the coal carrying will be done on a
comparatively large scale this year,
The work which the road has al
ready finished contemplates the haul
ing or s.iiimi.ouu tons or Illinois coal
a year. When the Improvements are
finally completed, as proposed, not
ie?s man ft.ouu.ooo tons a year will
So great an Increase in the produce
tion from this Illinois district will
It Is believed, afford considerable re
lief to consuming sections west of
tne Mississippi river. In the north and
south. The Burlington began taking
4.(100.000 tons a year from the same
district two years ago. and at the
same Mme it obtained sufficient prop
erty t cover the fuel wants of the
various Hill lines.
The Missouri Pacific and Iron
Mountain System has not bought coal
land In Illinois, and the understand
ing Is that it will not do so. The
Western Coal and Mining company.
In which the roads own $1,000,000
of stock, will meet all the fuel needs
or the system for operating purpos
es. The Oould interests hold stock,
Independent of the Gould lines, In
coal properties Ir. the territories tra
versed by the roads, and therefore, it
Is Inferred that care has been taken
that the lines will have ample fuel.
The coal to be hauled on the For
dyce and Johnson City extension will
be transported to points In the south
west, and weft and the northwest for
commercial purposes. It Is estimated
that the ultimate capacity of the II
linols district touched by the exten
sion Is sufficient to keep the carriers
busy ror one hundred years.
"OLD HOUSE" SALE FOOLKI
MANY PHOENIX HLYEIt-S
Phoenix, Ariz., Aug., 26. The
"Old Horse" sale by the Southern Pa
cific on Tuesday broke all records.
The company regards such sales as
successful If they net enough to pay
freight and storage charges. In this
case there was a margin on the right
side or more than 1300. The highest
sale was 1 14 (.
"The rifled strong box." though not
the most valuable article offered, was
the most Interesting and was bought
by C. W. McKee for the ridiculously
low price of $2.60.
"Old Horse" sales are to a large
extent "sight unseen." That was so
In numerous cases here. For Instance
Phil Ensign, who is generally con
sidered a pretty wise guy, bought a
dox which from Its) outward a mien r
ances looked as if It might contain
something of value; something worth
at least $2.60. He paid that for It
and took It out Into the privacy and
shade of a box car and knocked It
open. It contained the pictures of
two Dames. They were perhaps
worth the price to the parents or
other relatives of the babies, but not
so to Mr. Ensign.
The proprietor of the Q. T. Saloon,
bought a box that looked like a case
of about 6.000 cigars. The price was
alluring but the box contained house
hold goods such as pillow slips,
sheets and other articles, which do
not especially appertain tyrTTe saloon
trade. The Q. T. people will there
fore hold an "Old Horse" sale of
their own and have accordingly had
the goods moved to the auction
The Q. T. folks, though, partly
evened matters by buying a barrel of
wniHKey. They got It cheap enough
but it would have been much cheap
er if It had been full. On the 'con
trary It had shrunk about half. It
was previously known that the bar
rel had been surreptitiously tapped
but no one had an 4dea that it had
been tapped with such extreme liber
ality. NO STATISTICS AS TO
HEPHIKN LAW ON HATES
Washington, U. C, Aug. 26. While
the railroad officials in Missouri
seem to be able to keep In close
touch with the business of all the
railroads within the state to the ex
tent of being qualified at this time to
quote figures aa to the earnings and
make predictions that the ninety-day
teBt of the 2-cent rate will show a
loss to them, the Interstate Com
merce Commission Is utterly unable
to tell, after nearly a year's operation
under the Hepburn law, what the re
sults have been relative to the reduc
tion or Increase of rates; whether the
new law has had the effect of a gen
eral reduction or Increase of trans
portation charges, or whether the
average leaves It at a standstill.
Inquiry at the olllces of the com
mission today developed the fact that
no record Is kept of tariffs filed be
yond entry of the fact that the tariff
Is filed. Some 600 or 600 tariffs may
be filed In one day. Each tariff may
represent or affect rates on 2,000 or
S.iini! commodities, and the way they
explain It (it the commission head
quarters Is that It would be a prac
tically Interminable task to figure
out an averago In Interstate com
merce In an effort to get at the fact
whether the Hepburn law has had
the effect of raising or lowering
The commission Is. therefore, in
the dark, and likely to continue In
that position, notwithstanding the
valuable Information that would be
gained both by them and the public
were the calculations made and giv
en to the public.
CNiotE vf.i:i ill jm:I5S
ON Mil SCO HA1MIOAI).
St. Louis, Mo., August .'. The
Frisco has Just put in commission
two odd-looking cars for destroying
weeds along Its right of way. One
of the cars left St. Louis ye'i'l jy
for service in the first dlstrl.-t, and
the other will be sent, In a day or
two, into the second district.
The first district comprises the
Eastern, Central and Southwestern
divisions, and the second district the
Western, Northern, Ozark and South,
western divisions. The cars will,
therefore, be tried on all the Frisco
lines In the southwest and west.
Gasoline Is used for both motive
and lighting purposes. The car la
twenty feet wide and eight and onv
half feet high, and in- a canouv Iod
The b .dy Is very low, being onU
about two f jet abovo tho grvinl. in
the body Ere th isaollne ennine. for
u, iii. us "c yni. aim uie on ianKs. I
The oil flows' from the tank!
mrongn ieea pipes n the burn n
apparatus, which is at the rear of
the car. Part of the appartus Is
siuuonary, nanging ttown over the
track. Two parts each about foi-
feet In width, extending out on aeh
side of the tracks, are so arranged
that they may be folded up when not
A Vi a nil I .. , , , .1 l ,
there Is no danger of Are from th
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spilling on the road. The flame burns' !?, a department on this dlvls
the weed In the track and four fept lo" w111 leave tne flrst of next wef k
on each side of the track The cal '.' 3 Vlslt wlth hls fam"y ln Wlsc"-
rum ut a m.ai..l ,t ; i ' fin.
hour, but, when destroying weeds, at
four miles an hour.
. " u ' ' ' uiirrii iinifn U l
ALTON IM Ml'NITY TO CAVSE
SCUUT1XY IN OrilKlt CASKS.
Chicago. 111.. Aurust 2fi. I Hit Hot
Attorney Sims and Assistant District
Attorney Wilkerson, who prosecuted
the case against the Standard Oil
company, have returned from the!tnree months longer.
Washington conference with Attorney
vit-iniai jionaparie yesterday.
refuse to discuss the DenillnB- nrns-
ecutlon of the Chicago & Alton rail-
The Impression among the Associ
ates of the two attorneys Is that the
agreement of former District Atr
ney Morrison with the road has pre
vailed and that the grand Jury sum
moned to hear the evidence against
the railroad will be dismissed by or
der of Judge Landls.
It is said that in the nendlno- na.
against the Standard Oil company, in
which the Chicago & Eastern Illinois,
the Lake Shore and the Burlington
lines are concerned, the evidence
tendered by the railroads will ho
carefully scrutinized and weighed be
fore it is submitted ln court.
it is not denied that imrruinllv
agreements with the lines have betn
entered into. But in the forthcoming
cases the railroads will be ordered to
act unreservedly with the govern
ment or the agreements will be
abrogated before the beginning ef the
CAR EFFICIENCY nVIlEAU
13U 1MIADS ItEPOIiTING.
Chicago, 111.. Aueust 2fi. Mora
than 150 roads are now reporting to
the Car Efficiency bureau anri fur
Clearing house, established by the
American Ilailway association ami
approved by Commissioner Lane of'
me interstate commerce commission.
nesiues securing reports of car
movement from all roads, the man
agement hopes ultimately to develop
mr per mem orancn so that it win
collect and distribute full statistics
for every road, collect the ner rllem
and become a universal freight equip
ment pooi. to no all this would cost
ess than R0 per cent more than Is
Of the 1.000 railroads on the con
tinent those In the elearine house
own between 500.000 and 700.000
cars, which average nearly four in-
tercnanges a month.
GOVEUNOU OF 'KANSAS
lHvMAMM "-CENT FAKE.
Topeka, Kan.. Aueust ifi. In a
letter sent to the State Hoard of Hall
way commissioner Gov. Hoch inti
mates that unless the board puts a
2-cent fare Into effect In a very short
time he will call a special session of
He says: '! request that vou Inform
me Immediately whether or not It Is
your Intention to put a straight 2-
Don't Ruin Your Best Norse Going for a Doctor
Bowel complaints are always more or less prevalent during the Summer
months, and many a man has ruined his hest hor.-e g'ini for a doctor
when some of his family was suffering fresn cru::ip colic or cholera
morbus. Be prepared tor such an emergency.
Chamberlain's Coiic, Cholera and Karrhoea Remedy
Is the most succrssful medicine yet produced for r'ltsc dUeasis und cu.i
always he depended tip n. No doctor can pu-cr'c :. K- r ' i: rdxii.e.
It is almost cerra:i: to !,e t.icccd heforc the Sunui r over. li'iv if now.
cent fare In operation In this state
that I may know what further steps,
If any, to take to secure these Ju.tt
T. J. Jones, superintendent of the
work the Lewis Construction com
pany Is doing near (Vrrlllos for the
Santa Fe, spent Saturday evening In
the city and left Sunday morning for
Kl Paso, where he goes to hire help.
The Ijewl construction company Is
operating a rock crusher near Cerrll
los. where rock Is crushed for the
rink ballast the Santa Fe Is putting
In on the New Mexico division.
C. P.. So wash, recently of New
castle, Pa., has accepted a position as
switchman In the local yards. Mr. So
vvash Is an experienced railroad man
and the kind of local officials are
In quest of. Mr. Sowasft and family
are stopping at the Lindcll hotel.
P. J. Savage, the superintendent
conductor of the Magdalena branch
of the Santa Fe. had charge of the
special train, which brought the So
corro base ball team to the city yes-
i era ay.
J. S. Morrison, city ticket agent at
Kl Paso, is In the city to meet Mrs.
Morrison, who will arrive from the
east tnis evening after a visit to east
ern relatives. They will return to El
"W. J. Sheldon, recently of Toledo.
Ohio, has been enrolled as a switch-
man 'at the local yards. Mr. Sheldr
wii; go to Toledo within a few da'
ior nis family.
wwitcnman Cha. Cilery has re-
signed as switchman In the local
yards and will leave Immediately for
"s oiu nome in ( nicago.
' C B. Chambers, brakeman on the
calHt lines, has gone to New York for
n, ,wo month's visit. This 1 Mr.
v .in in ijr-1 a iirni iaiiii in iwo years.
.. wl llan! lre. wn has charge of
Knglne 22, oil burner fir the
Yosemite Valley railroad, passed
through the city yesterday afternoon
f'om the American Locomotive com
pany. Mrs, J. H. Lowe and son, wife of
En'neer Lowe, who are visiting at
, s.an l-"0- Cal., will remain there
A. P.. Peeler, formerly a frleman
on this division Is now employed In
the United States navy as a fireman.
WHAT TI1E KIDNEYS DO.
Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us
Strong and Healthy.
All the blood ln the body passes
through the kidneys once every three
minutes. The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night and day. When
healthy they remove about BOO grains
of Impure matter dally, when un
healthy some part of this Impure mat
ter Is left ln the blood. This brlnis
on many diseases and symptoms
pain ln the back, headache, nervous
ness, hot, dry skin, rheumatism, gout,
gravel, disorders ot the eyesight and
hearing, dizziness, Irregular heart,
debility, drowslnes, dropsy, deposits
in the urine, etc. But It you keep the
filters right you will have no trouble
with your kidneys.
J. W. Wur, living at 71 Eleventh
street, Albuquerque, - N. M.sayc: "I
had trouble oft and on with my back
for a long time. For two years I
could not straighten after stooping
without help. At long as I would re
main ln an erect position I experien
ced no difficulty of any kind but the
least strain or tension brought on to
the muscles of the loins, caused me to
suffer severely. I tried different rem
edies, but no relief of any kind was
obtained until about two years ago I
chanced to learn of Doan's Kidney
Pills, procured a box and began using
them. The result was a complete and
permanent cure and on which has
been permanent up to the present
time. I feel more than justified ln
vouching for the value of Doan's Kid
ney Pills and on unnumerable occa
sions I have strongly advised their
use to those suffering with backache
or kidney trouble."
For sale by all dealers Price 50c
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
sold agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's ana
take no other. 15
Are you looking for something? Re
member the want columns of The
Evening Citizen are for your especial
benefit It talks to the people and
they talk to you.
Mrs. II. It. Clarkson. of Elmdorf,
is registered at the Alvarado.
J. P. McConvllle and family of Las
egas, are visiting ln Albuquerque
Horn. to Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Bradshaw, of West Central avenue, a
C C. Roberts' family have return-
en in Lais egas from a two nionins
v'sit in tho east.
T. W. Seery, commissary agent for
tne !-anta Ke at Helen, was an AlbU'
querque visitor yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Pond and Mrs,
l. roi, of Las Vegas, will go to
tpnnger tomorrow, for a few days.
W. It. Drown, district freight and
passenger agent of the Santa Fe,
with offices at El Paso, Is In Las
B. W. Long and Mrs. Brlnkerhoff
have arrived In Las Vegas from the
City of Mexico for a several days'
visit witn v. L.ong and family.
John H. Knaebel. nttorney-at-law
of prominence ln Denver, Is ln Santa
Fe to represent a client In a case be
fore the territorial supreme court.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akers and
their niece. Miss Nora Wagner, of
Santa Fe, have gone to Sulpher
springs, wnere tney will spend a few
Miss Spitz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Solomon Spitz, of Santa Fe
who has spent the past two months
at Long Beach, California, is ex
pected nome Saturday.
Miss Helen Walsh, of Portsmouth
O., left Santa Fe Sunday for home
arter a visit of several weeks as the
guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Lyng.
M. A. Stanton, a clerk ln the gen
eral offices of the Santa Fe Central
Hallway, at Santa Fe, left today for
Portsmouth, Ohio, where he will
spent a month's vacation visiting
with his parents.
Mrs. Robert P. Noble and son,
who have been visiting In Santa Fe
the past three weeks, passed through
the city today enroute to their home
A. M. Bergere and family of Santa
Fe, and Mrs. Solomon Luna, who
have been recreating on the Pacific
coast for several weeks, arrived in
Albuquerque this morning.
Attorney Felix Baca and family re
turned home last night after an ab
sence of over a month, visiting rela
tives in Rio Arriba county and ln
Mrs. Frank Dlbert and daughters.
Misses Heloise and Diberta. and son.
Scott, will leave next week for a vis
it to their old home at Eureka. Kan
sas, and also to Topeka, Kansas City
and Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. W. D. Newcomb. of Socorro.
who has been in Santa Fe for sev
eral weeks, a guest of Mrs. F. P.
Sturges, left today for her home.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Mary
&enman, wno will visit in Socorro.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Reed, who
have Just returned from an absence
of several months In Alaska, and are
now in Los Angeles, California, are
expected soon to come to Santa Fe
They will make their home in that
Cadet Thorn. Catron, of the Wont
Point Military Academv. who has
been on a visit of six weeks to' his
parents, Hon. and Mrs. T. B. Catron,
of Santa Fe, has returned to the na
tional military school to resume his
L. Ohlin, secretary and treasurer
of the Guam Trading company of
Ouam, N. M., was an Albuuueroue
visitor yesterday. Mr. Ohlin savs that
It has rained almost every day for
the past two weeks at Guam. Guam
Is near the continental divide;
Miss Edna E. Berarer. voune-est
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
M. Berger, who has been In San
Francisco for the paRt two years
engaged ln missionary work as a
deaconess of the Methodist Episco
pal church, returned last week to
her home In Belen.
Mrs. John Clark has returned to
the city from an outing spent in Bear
canyon. Mrs. Clark says that the
nights are beginning to get cool in
the canyon and others of the campers
may be expected back in the city
at an early dat.e
Mrs. May Thompson, of Knoxville,
Tennessee, who has been In Santa Fe
visiting her sister, Mrs. Edmund C.
Abbott, left this morning for Raton,
where she will be the guest of an
other ulster, Mra Samuel Young.
Mrs. Abbott accompanied her to the
Gate City and will also visit Mrs.
n ii n. n i n.
uuni Ds ueceivea uy Aiiunng uiscounis-bei uur Net
Prices Before Buying-CASH or PAYMENTS.
FOR THIS WEEK.
and up: Steel Springs 12 and up; Imported Gold Band Teas, $1 a set;
Imported Gold Band Dinner Plates 85c; Art Squares $3.60 and up;
Refrigerators to close out at cost; Carpets 25c yard and up; Mat
tlngs 15c yard and up.
FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO.
West End Viaduct
Eclipse Wind Mills, LightningHay Presses, Walter A Wood
Mowers and Binders, Bam
Wrlfp in for
Catalogue anil Prices
J. Korber & Co.
J. D. Eakin, President
O. Oloml, Vie President
Consolidated Liquor Company
MEL:N A EAtfiN, and BACHECHI A GIOMI.
WMOLKBALK DKALKRB IN
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Wt klip tvrythlag In stock to outfit tho
tnott tmttiaioao bar com plot o
L?aui?.b.? PP0"'1' xolualvt agentt In the Southwest far . ft.
Schllt Wm. Lamp and 8t LQtila A. B. C. Breweries; Yallowatona,
Grean River, V. H. McBrayai-a Cedar Brook, Loula Hunter, T.J Men.
rcn, and other standard krunds of whlsklee too numerous to mention.
A . WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS. "
But sell the etralght article as received by bi from tie Vest 1 laeriaa.
Distilleries and Breweries In Ue United feut a. call ad lnssoet u
Block .and Pricer, or writ tor Illustrated Catalog., and frrteTwit
issued to dealers only. ,
Weill .Reno er:
Let me paper and paint your
house. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Prompt attention to mail orders.
J. D. EMMONS, successor to Stacy & Co.
821 North First Stroet.
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Lumber, Glass, Cement
First and Marquette
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
Iron and Brass Castings; Ora. Coal and Lumber Car.; Kbari
rngs, Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal: Columns a.' Iro.
Fronts (or Buildings.
ft torn Ira on Mltilnm mini mmm . - ...
Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuauerau. N
J. C. BALDRIDGE
OEALCR IN NATIVE A NO CHICAGO LUMRCfr
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT Covers more. look. bst, w.irt
the longest, most economical; full measure.
BUILDINO PAPER-Alway. stock. Plaster. Lime. Cem.oV
Paint, Glass, Sash, Doors. Eto.
UltST WntFET AJiP COAL AVE. ALnCQCEIlQCE, NEW MEl.
A. C. BILICKE and JOirN 8. MITCHELL lnrtte their fricuds to make
Xef Mexico headquarters at
The Hollenbeck Hotel
Los Angeles, California
Toar friendship and patronage Is appreciated. Courtesy and
attention to guests Is a pleasure to us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe
better than ever. Location convenient and desirable.
Depot and beach line cars stop at the Hollenbeck door.
. . ...
Chairs 50c and up; steel Couches. 13
and Old Hickory wagons
A LBUQTJER QUE
Cfcu. Mellnl, toerattrr
O. BtckecaL Treasmrc?.
Phone No. 489
St Ice Company.
and Rex Flintkote Roofing
Alfetfqoerqae, New Mexico