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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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1 1 RAILROAD DEPARTMENT 1 1
I III 1111
She Stopped The California
Limited at Edge of
Chicago. III., Sept. 9. Mrs. Minnie
Houdeshell and her husband will re
ceive $l,ODO and Frank Jackson and
1. n. Aylesworth each will be frlven
$250 fur their part In savin the Cali
fornia limited on the Atchison, To
peka & Santa Fe from goinK through
a brklee the morning- of August 11
near Hart. Mo. J. K. Hurley, gen
eral manager of the Atchison, To
peka & Santa Fe, was authorized to
day by the executive department to
make drafts on the treasurer for the
mounts named and give them to th
persons named with the compliment
John Houdeshell was employed as
a laborer and his wife, Minnie, as a
rook by Frank Jackson, a contractor,
at a camp near bridge No. 489 on the
Missouri division of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe near Hart. Mo.
Aylesworth also was employed at the
camp. The California limited was
due to pass Hart at 5:23 o'clock in
the morning. About 4 o'clock the
morning of August 11 Mrs. Houde
hell was awakened by a loud crash.
She and the three men found that
the bridge had fallen and flagged the
When the passengers realized the
danger they had escaped they Imme
diately made up a purse of $130 and
rave it to Mrs. Houdeshell. Upon
arriving in Chicago all the passengers
signed resolutions which were sent
to the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
to be transmitted to Mrs. Houde
shell. Heard Bridge Fall.
Mrs. Houdeshell was awakened by
the crash of the falling bridge. She
ran to the ravine and learned that
the west stone abutment had fallen
nd that the steel girders and frame
work supporting the tracks were
ron. The ties were still clinging to
the tracks that were stretched across
the ravine so that the engineer of
an approaching train could not have
seen that the supports were gone.
Knowing that it was nearly time
for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa
Fe's California limited, she gathered
some sticks and built a fire on the
tracks near the west end of the tres
tle. The engineer of the California
limited saw the fire and stopped the
train within fifty feet of the ravine.
She had also sent her husband to
flag the train with a lantern, but the
headlight was In sight before he had
rone more than a few yards.
The passengers on the train, when
they learned what Mrs. Houdeshell
had done, gave her money, which
he wrapped up in a cloth. When
he counted It at 7 o'clock In the
morning she had $130.
The train carried 250 passengers
and it was about five minutes after
the woman found the caveln that the
train was stopped by the bonfire. The
headlight of the engine, as it stood
near the edge of the ravine, did not
enow the true condition of the bridge.
ONLY ONE TKAIX YKAltLY
ON IKN.SV1,VANIA IIOAD.
In Pennsylvania there Is a rail
road branch over which but one
train a year is run.
Think of missing that train!
Imagine yourself starting out from
home when you hear the engine
whistle on the west hill. Think of
legging it down the incline and pelt
ing across the meadow, and bursting
on to the station platform with your
heart pounding holes In your side
and your breath coming in frightful
gulps only to see the rear end of
the last car of that annual train 100
yards away and gathering speed at
And then think of the anglnus
parents who begin to feel worried
about the time the yearly train is
due, and who say to their children:
You mustn t play around the rail
way track tomorrow, dears the big.
Mack engine and the bumpety cars
might run over mama s darlings and
in urns all to little tiddley-blts.
And think of the strain on the pa
tlence of that careful old lady who
always sat down in the station and
waited until the next train went by
for fear ahe might otherwise as
sume dangerous chances by crossing
the track in the face of the coming
Yes, Indeed, It must be a pretty
serious strain on the people who
Every one should take a tonic in the Spri'n?; Ihcir systems require it
The blood has become thick and slutrsrish with the accumulationa 1,-fr in tl,
system front the tn;ict:ve, indoor life and from the heavy, rich foods of the
Winter season. The blood, beinir in this ur.:iatt:r::l nn.l rfisinnWet .n,i,;n
is unable to furnish the body with
When the system is ia thia run-down
nectary jor t::e more energetic life of Spring ar.d Summer, and the system
suiters from debility, weakness, nervousness, ingestion, los3 of appetite,
r.nd many other unpleasant symptoms of a c
to late unknown concoctions, earsapuril'.as, compounds, etc., because tl
usually contain potash or some other eouallv strong am harmful .m'n..
ingredient, which acta unfavorably and often dangerously on the depleted
weakened system at a time when it needs gentle and natural stimulation t
throw off the impurities and recuperate its lost energy. S. S. S. is appropri
aieiyca.ea mature s tonic. It is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks
iro:n ine threat storehouse of forest and field, selected fur their purifying and
health-restoring qualities, and as it d.es not cor.uia the slightest trace ol
nitnerai m any lorm it is perfectly safe for young or old. S. S. S. act
directly on the blood, ridding it of all impurities ar.d poisons, and restorin;
tne idi propu-ties ol ric'.i. nutritive strength so that it is able to supply the
system v..h the healthful, invigorating energy needed to pass the trying
s?ason of the yer.r. Its action is the most plearant. prompt and satisfactory
of t.'l tr-i:i s. ar.d thve who feel the need of such a medicine will do well to
comM,(r;cine u-; f ,S. S. S. at once.
the t. te l. v rn-t v.t fct lir.g, helps the
Mv.wuueij.v.m. TEL SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. CA.
liiive t" live along the trail of the
annual train, and sevlou. to, fur the
mother-in-law and the poor relations
who design vNlting you. and still
more serious when ymi come to con
sider the mean for getting1 them
back home again.
TintKi: kivm i.im:s
H014 (H I IN JIAIT. IKillT
Montgomery, Ala., Sept., 5. The
Hrr frnttu nf vletnrv for (lov. fointT
are evident to-day In the reduction
! of the rates for passvngers and
, frelsrht In the state made on 16U0
miles of track, with 2."0 more jniles
agreeing to come In on the first of
October. The rates are reduced in
many cases as much as 100 per cent,
and often as much as 5" per cent.
The passenger rates are brought
dow n from 3 to 2 Scents per mile.
The following lines have agreed to
put In the rates: All lines of the
Southern. Including the Mobile &
Ohio, the Memphis and Charleston,
the Alabama, fireat Southern and
the Mobile and Hirmingham; lines
of the Seaboard Air Line, the Frisco
and the Chattanooga Southern. The
Atlantic Coast L,lne Is coming in
October 1. The lines which are
righting still and refuse to be put
In the rates are the Louisville and
Nashville, the Western of Alabama
and the Central of Georgia. The
Louisville and Nashville has secured
an order from the 1'nited States
court preventing the arrest of any of
their men for violations of the acts,
It having been said that sheriffs
would arrest In spite of the federal
Injunctions, holding that this is a
criminal motion which the federal
court has no right to enjoin
KAII. IIOAD HAS lXMi
TAX OF ITS OWN
El Paso, Tex.. Sept. 15. An order
has been Issued bv general baggage
agent W. W. Monroe, of the G. H. &
S A., that. In the future dogs will
be considered In the same class as
bicycles and baby carriages, and an
ecess rate will be charged for ship
ping them in baggage cars. As In
the case of other articles of this class,
the minimum rate will be on a 50
pound scale and will be collected by
the checking agent.
This order has destroyed one of
the time-honored customs of the
toac' and, Incidentally, has cut off the
train baggagemen from a nice little
income that they have been receiv
ing for the handling of canines.
This has often amounted to quite a
sum of money for the baggagesmash
er, as the owners are usually charged
from 50 cents to $1 for taking care
of the dogs.
The first dog to travel under the
new rule was a lopeared roxnound
that arrived this morning from San
Antonio. He had a check attached
to his collar and Is being taken care
of by depot baggageroom force as
sistant baggagemaster A. Dean Bra
sher being appointed chief of the
TKXAS HAIMtOAH LAWS
CAISK MOHK TUOVm.E.
Passenger representatives of for
eign lines as well as those of lines
operated in Texas . have encViuntered
a proposition under the new laws
that has tilled them with dismay.
Texas some time ago decided that no
Texas road can carry free the fold
ers or other advertising matter of
The custom has been an exchange
of courtesy in the distribution of
such advertising matter, frequently
bulky, which hag been "dead-headed"
as baggage. The roads often
work together and this change makes
an awkward situation.
The claim is made that distribu
tion of such advertising matter by
hand is practically impossible and
that the only relief In sight will be
for the outside lines to make the rule
retroactive and make Its obnoxious-
ness felt bv the Texas lines.
SANTA FE KltFXTINfi
SKVEHAL m iLIUNGS.
Ran Bernardino, Sept. 6. The site
for the new Santa Fe storehouse was
laid out yesterday, the stakes set, and
now all is in readiness for the con
tractors, Noyes and Boggs of Los An
geles, to take hold and rush the
building to a speedy completion.
The building proper will be 50 by
312 feet, with a 10-foot platform on
either side. There will be an add!
tlonnl platform at the west end 70
by 300 feet, with an oil basin under
Inspector F. F. Aldls of Chief F.n
glneer Phillips' office of the Santa Fe,
reached here Monday and will be In
charge of the building of the new
storehouse. Indeed, Mr. Aldis may
be kept hero until all the new build
ings to be erected at this point by
the Santa Fe are completed.
The surveying of the Sulphur. Cal
gate and Southeastern chartered to
build from Sulphur to Paris, Texas
Is now In progress through the Chic
kasaw nation. This Is looked upon
In that locality as an eastern exten
slon of the Atchison. Topeka & Santa
Fe from Sulphur. The new road is
routed to build through Hickory
Pontotoc and Coalgate. The Com
mercial club of Hickory has closed
a contract with the company, guar
anteeing right of way, terminal and
NAT U HE'S
the increased amount of nourishment
and disordered conditio! it is not safe
S. S. S. restores bv t energy, relieve
appetite, aids digestion, and' adds ton
tftft in cash. The citizens of Sul
phur gave $1,500 toward the expense
of the survey. As projected the road
runs through big deposit of coal
I'.IIl Williams returned yesterday
to Its Vegas from a trip to Knipor
la. Kan., where he purchased six
teams of mules. Mr. Williams will
commence Monday to plow the lire
guards along the Santa Fe right of
day between las Vegas and Katon,
and has figured out that the mules
will travel a distance of 22,750 miles
on the work.
1,. F. Bacon, traveling passenger
agent for the Santa Fe out of Kan
sas City, Mo., spent yesterday in Al
buquerque and left for the east last
night. Mr. Bacon accompanied the
Lombard! Italian Orand Opera com
pany here from Kansas City. Here
the company was given In charge of
a passenger ngent from the coast
The rear rullman of train No. !,
which went In the ditch at Holllday,
Kan., Wednesday. passed through
the city this morning on train No.
7. The conductor was the only per
son seriously Injured In the Holllday
wreck. Three cars went into the
James A. Law son, United States
Inspector of railroad safety appli
ances, with headquarters at Austin,
Texas, arrived In Las Vegas yesterday
and will soend several days there on
A laborer by the name of Jose
Crorero. lost the first and fourth fin
gers of his right hand at Kl Moro
yesterday morning while handling
ClmnilM-rlaln's Cough Bcnicdy One of
the. IW-j-t on the Market.
For many years Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has consantly gained
in favor and popularity until It Is
now one of the most staple medi
cines In use and has nn enormous
sale. It is Intended especially for
acute throat and lung diseases,
such as coughs, colds and croup, and
can always be d epended upon .It is
pleasant and safe to take and Is un
doubtedly the best !n the market
for the purpose for which It Is In
tended. Sold by All Lrugglsts.
TRINIDAD IS COMING
Trinidad Is coming to Alhuiiuerque
with cold feet. They are not so sure
of winning away from home as they
are In their own little village with
muddy streets and they are not
bringing any large bunch of rooters
along. What a shame. Rut It is
promised that they won t get lone
some. They treated the Brownies
royally when the latter made a pll
grimage to Trinidad a couple or
weeks ago, and the same treatment
will be accorded them here. There
may be a few lemons passed out at
Traction park, but that will be all. It
will be vice versa. Rut that Trinidad
Is coming with frosty feet Is evident
from the following from the Trinidad
The Trinidad team will leave Fri
day morning for Albuquerque, one of
the leading villages of New Mexico,
where they will encounter the Meln
tosh Browns and fully expect to
strike a snag. The Rrowns play
great ball In their own barnyard and
It Is generally understood that the
Trinidads must needs do some
mighty swatting In order to win. The
Browns are somewhat sore over their
double defeat here and have made a
big howl about unialr umpiring
methods In Trinidad. The Santa Fe
Is making no rates and the coterie of
rooters will therefore be small. This
l quite a handicap to the locals, but
the funs are hoping for the best.
Paving a Wuy for Defeat.
Just so that the people of New
Mexico may know how the people of
Trinidad feel about the matter, The
i itizen cups anotner little "cold feet
story from the Chronicle-News. The
scribe Is away off his balance. The
hase ball bee or else a stricken con
science has so warped his imagina
Hon so that he doesn t know right
from wrong. Manager O. A. Matson
of the Albuquerque Rrowns, has
never "squealed" about the bunch
that Umpire ltennett handed them
but it was a Trinidad mun that told
the story. This Trinidad man was
a real sport. What he said about
Rennctt s eyes would not look well In
print. A Denver Republican dispatch
written In Trinidad said that lien
nett s umpiring was "rotten."' There
must be a "nigger In the wood pile"
l ne chronicle-News story Is as
Rise ball fans In Trinidad are for
lornly counting up their available
h and wishing that they might
raise the price of a ticket to Albu
querque. Albuquerque isn't much
farther away than Denver, but it
costs a lot more to get there because
Albuquerque- is on the Santa Fe ami
that Santa Fe isn't giving Trinidad
many rates anvwhere.
The team leaves Frldav morning
at o clock to play two return
games with the Rrowns. The fans
here aren't at all certain that Albu
liierque Is going to allow the Trlnl
lad.s to win. for obvious reasons, but
they want to be there and fee the
I nless Trinidad knocks the ball
over the fence every time they get
a run, they probably will not be al
'owed to get on tnses. judging from
the howl about the umpiring and
the dire threats made before the
lirnwns left here.
Rut whatever Trinidad thinks
about the umpiring in Albuquerque
It's a safe bet that Captain-Manager
coster will not come out in print
as liaison or the Urowtis did an
veil "steal." If the Rrowns win. the
fans will be satisfied that they play
ed ball to win and that will be
Had Tetter for Thirty Ycwrs.
I have suffered with tetter for
thirty years and have tried elmost
countless remedies with little, if any
reiier. Three boxes of chamber
Iain's SaVe cured me. It was a tor
Hire. It breaks out a little some
tunes, but nothing to what It used
to jo. p. II. H,.ach. Midland fin-
Ala. Chamberlain's Salve Is for sale
"y All Druggists.
Card signs, "Ttoonn wr Rent
' Roard," ete.. for sale t the offlce of
the Evening Citizen.
lost and Found.
T-o-if, between H.30 p. m., yesterday
.in,i noon toilay. a bilious atti
with nausea and nick headache. Thl
'.os was occasioned by finding at
mug smre a Pox or Dr. Kings New
l.l'e rills, the guaranteed cure f
Ji,iouT)r malaria and JjunJVr
1 The SOCORRO FAIR
Gigantic Carnival of Sports
SEPTEMBER 23, 23 y 3Q
IN PURSES AND PREMIUMS
Miners' Drilling Contest
Indian Sports and Exhibits
Agricultural and Mineral Exhibits
. ALBUQUERQUE DAY, SEPTEMBER 29
Fare, I J - 5 round trip from all points south of
Las Vegas, via the Santa Fe.
Aniceta Abeyta, Pres.
DO YOU Girr THE CITIZEN?
Owing to the fact that even
the best carrier boys The Citl-
zen is able to secure will now
und then fail to deliver your pa-
per and also owing to the fact 6
that your neighbor may now
and then unthinkingly approp- t
rlate The Citizen left at your
door and forget to return It, it
this paper has arranged with
the Postal Telegraph company
to deliver you an extra copy in i
the event that yours fails to
reach you. There is no addition- 4
al expense to you. II your pa-
per does not reach you by reg- t
ular carrier call up the Postal
t Telegraph company PHOIsej
NUMBER 36 and tell them. A
messenger boy will supply you t
with a copy of The Citizen. In
f this manner, we can also keep t
t track of the misses of our
v own carriers and you can get
your paper rain or shine.
HEM EM BEH THE NUMBER
C. H. IViuglas. of Denver, is In
Santa Ke for a short visit.
I.. Ci. Gallegos and Benito Oallegos
are In Luis Vegas on business from
their homes ut Gallegos, N. M.
Albino OaJlegos, a prominent
sheepman from Ivos Conchas, wins In
L,a Vegas today from his ranch.
Miss Jennie Greenlee, a new teach
er at the normal university, arrived
In Ls Vegas Last evening from Em
Lucia n. Hose-nwald, of Kansas City,
arrived In Las Vegas yesterday on a
visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Kosenwald and family.
U. F. Morris, postmaster at Santa
Cruz, Is In Santa FV on business be
fore the I'. S. court. He Is accom
panied by his family.
A. J. Houghton, of Cottonwood
Falls. Kun., an old time resident of
Iis Vegas, Is In the Meadow City
from his home on a several days
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cunningham, of
New Orleans, left Las Vegas this
morning for the Cutler ranch at Ro-
clada, where they will spend some
E. T. Winters of the lied Cross
drug store in Imh Vegas, returned
this morning from a month's trip to
his home at Toledo, Ohio, where he
enjoyed a line time.
Mrs. I. I. Kanehes, Mrs. J. H. San-
ches, with their two sisters, arrived
In Santa IV yesterday and placed the
girls in school at the Loretto Acade
my for the coming scholastic term.
E. H. Bickford. of Iake Valley
manager of the Lake Vailey mines,
was in Santa Fe today and looked
after business connected with the
mining properties which hn manages.
lr. Edward Staato. of New York
City, a son of A. Staab, Is a visitor
In Santa Ke. He went tnert to at
tend the wedding of his sister. Miss
Hertha Staab, to Max Nordhaus, of
Chief Justice William J. Mills, of
the territorial supreme court, is In
Santa Fe from the Meadow City.
Chief Justice Mills ofllclatel at the
Nordhaus-staub wedding yesterday
Hon. and Mrs. James W. Raynolds.
left Santa Fe this morning for Las
Vegas. Mrs. Raynolds will go from
there to Omaha, Nob., while Mr.
6 a I
Cornado A. Baca, Sec.
Raynolds will remain a few days in
the Meadow City on a visit to his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Ray
nolds, and thence return to Santa Fe
for a few days.
Hr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith. Charles
Ilfeld. Herman C. llfeld, Arthur C.
Ufeld and Albert Stern, of Las Ve
gas, attended the wedding of Max
Nordhaus to Miss Bertha Staab, at
Santa Fe yesterday.
Mrs. Numa Raymond and niece,
Miss Frenger, who have been the
guests of Mrs. Monette In Las Vegas,
will leave tomorrow for Santa Fe.
where they will spend several days
before returning to New York.
Miss Genevieve Morrison, young
er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Morrison, Jr.. of Santa Fe, left this
morning for Denver, Colo., to attend
school at Loretto Heights. She was
accompanied to Lamy by her father.
Hon. Elmer E. Studley, of Raton,
member of the law revision commis
sion, and a leading attorney of north
ern New Mexico, who attended the
session of the board yesterday In
Santa Fe, returned home this after
noon. Kecundlno Romero, c'ork of the
fourth Judicial district court, and
family, accompanied by Mrs. John
Roach, of La Junta, Colo., have re
turned from a visit to the Romero
ranch at El Cuervo, to their home
at Las Vegas.
Mrs. D. W. Dailey, of Fort Madi
son, Iowa, Is expected In Santa Fe
In a few days on a visit to her sis
ter. Mrs. F. P. Sturges. Mrs. Dalley's
husband Is a veteran locomotive en
gineer In the employ of the Atchison,
Topeka & Santa Fe railway. He man
ned the engine that pulled the first
train into Santa Fe.
Jose Salazar y Ortiz, a well known
citizen in Rio Arriba county, spent
the day In Santa Fe on business. A
sale has Just been made at the Mesa
Prleta land (crant under a decree is
sued by the first Judicial district
court for Rio Arriba county for the
benefit of the owners and claimants
of the grant. He was custodian of the
property, and the sale was made yes
terday for the sum of $2,000 to a
Denver capitalist, James S. Smith.
Major and Mrs. R. C. Rankin, of
Las Vegas, passed through the city
last night en route to Los Angeles,
Cal., where they will make their fu
ture home. They were among Ivas
Vegas' most popular people, having
resided there for thirteen years, and
a large number of friends bade them
Godspeed when they left the city.
Mrs. Rankin was the guest of honor
at a musicale Wednesday evening,
she being one of ihe territory's best
The foi'. owing articles of incorpora
tion have been tiled In the otliee of
Ti rritorial Secretary Nathan Jaffa:
Endee Townslte company. Principal
Tilace of business at Tucumcarl, Quay
county. Territorial agent. Donald
Stewart, at Tucumcarl. Capital stiK-k.
$4,500, divided Into fnrty-ttve shares
of the par value of $100 each, ob
ject, platting townslte and selling
lots. Period of existence, fifty years.
Incorporators, V. F. Buchanan. Don
ald Stewart, of Tucumcari. and H.
W. Kelly, of East Las Vegas.
Harry S. Friday, formerly a brake
man on the Santa Fe Central railway,
arlved lu Santa Fe last night from
his home at Steele City, Nob., and
after spending; a few days there will
go to Morlartv. for a visit to his
brother. Friday lost his right arm
some months ago by falling from a
train upon which he was braking
and recently tiled suit against the
Santa Fe Central railway company
for damages In the sum of $50,000,
alleging that negligence on the part
of the railroad compi'i was respon
sible for the accident, w h'ch has
made him a ciiopie for life.
Subscribe for Th Kvenlng Citizen.
m Saturday Sept, 7
Have YOU Been In
TTTt T 5ee TIle TTT)
AVE are Albuquerque agents for the "Hoosler" Kitchen Cabinets, the
most convenient and best-constructed cnblnet made. There Is nothing to
equal It near the price we are quoting. Made of solid oak, and will not split
or warp In the heat of the kitchen. The "Hoosler" has a place for everything
needed In preparing a meal. Enables you to do jour kitchen work In half
the usual time, and with halt the usual work.
In order that every woman In Albuquerque may know of the good qual
ities of the "Hoosler" we are making a special display at the store this week.
Come and see them.
S20 and up. $5 down and 50c a week. W. V. FUTRELLE, Jlbuauerque, N.!M.
Eclipse Wind Mills, Lightning
Mowers and Binders, Bain
Write us for
C'atalofriio and Irlecs)
J. Korber & Co.
J. D. EatlB, PrMiient
Q. GlornJ, vie Presides
Consolidated Liquor Company
MEUNI A EAKIN. and BACHECHI A QIOMI.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Wt kttp tverytblng la stoek to outfit too
most fastidious bar oompltto
Have been appo'nted exclusive agente In the Southwest fer Jee. 8
SchllU, Wm. Lamp and 8t Louie A. B. C. Brewerlee; Ysllewatone,
Green River, V. H. McBrayer'a Cedar Brook, Loul Hunter, T.J. Men.
arch, and ather standard trends of whlsklsa toe numerous te mentis.
WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS. !&ULJF1&B
But sell the atmlsht article aa received by as from te et UeiW
Distilleries and Breweries In Ue United btat a. Call aad lnsaet eai
Btock and Prlej, or wrtta for illustrated CaiaJoaaa and trlan Us.
Issaed to dealers only. mi
Let me paper and paint your
house. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Prompt attention to mall orders.
J. D. EMMONS, successor to Stacy & Co.
t ttouin soconaana Lead q
021 North First Street.
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Lumber, Glass, Cement
First and Marquette
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. . HALL. Proprftor
Iron and Bra Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaft
ing. Pulleys. Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns as J Iron
Fronts for Buildings.
Ronmlro on MlnlHM mud mill Mmohlnorv m Bomolmltw
Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque, N. M.
BUILDERS' AND FINISHERS' SUPPLIES
Native und Clilcairo I.mnU-r. Kherwln. Williams lltiiit None Itt-t-lT.
linililhiK Taper, I'la.-tcr, I.imc, (Vim-nt, (;lus, Susli, lKx.i's. Kt.,
J. C. BALDR1DGE
A. C. BIL1CKE and JOHN 8. MITCHFJX. Invite their friends to mak
New Mrlco headquarters at v
The HoUcnheck Hotel
Los Angeles, California
2 Tour friendship and patronage Is appreciated. Courtesy and
5 attention to gueits Is a pleasure to us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe
W better than ever. Location convenient and desirable.
Depot and beach line cars stop at the Hollenbeck door.
Hay Presses, Walter A Wood
and Old Hickory wagons
Chii. Vellal, lerUr7
O. BachecU, Trrci
DEALER t IN
Phone No. 489
A I co Company.
and Rex Flintkots Rooting
Alboqtferqae, New Mexico
423 South First