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'ALBCQUERQDE evening citizen.
Friday. sf.ptt;mrf.r . i7.
CLASSIFIED A LD S
Ore Discoveries of Almost
Dally Occurrence In
Jerome, Arias.. Sept. 6. K vents are
moving rapidly in this portion of the
Jtrnme copper belt. The new streak
of pay ore Just encountered by the
i.ittiu ruiixv nnd the United Verde
Extension companies have set the
whole camp agon and wrought up
local onerators to the tiptoe 01 ex
pectancv: The rich strike was
made nt the 40 foot level, and ns me
hafts have (tone down the character
of the ore has proven even better
thnn ut first Indicated.
An Important group of developing
companies In the near vicinity ot me
L'nlted Verde Lb Immediately affected
bv an event of this nature, especially
In view of the secrecy which has
habitually shrouded the unuer
tfround operations of the biff mine of
the Montana senator. At the Verde
Orande shaft the whirr of machinery
now betokens the steady progress of
the sinking work, and all who have
viewed the new plant pronounce It
the best and most complete ever
brought Into the district, barring, of
course, the great United Verde equip
The stockholders of the Central
Mining and Development company.
operating the Two Queens group of
gold-copper mines In Pinal county,
may well take considerable satisfac
tion from the showing made recently
at the stockholders' annual meeting
held here. The company is now on
a solid financial basis, as Indicated
by the reports of the treasurer and
financial agent. The company has
on hand a cash balance of some
J3E.000, with subscriptions for stock
still to be collected amounting to
about $80,000. The number of stock
holders is 4.021, and there Is still a
treasury reserve of unsold stock to
the number of 1.817.S50 shares, con
stituting an asset of large value to
the company. A fine equipment of
machinery has recently been install
ed at the main working shaft on the
property, and rapid progress may be
looked for In the drivings of the
shafts and tunnels.
The Mansfield copper mine con
tinues to report good progress, and
the aggressive policy of the company
Is showing most substantial results.
Sampling on two lots of ore recently
out showed assay values of $112 and
$128 respectively. A very large
amount of this high-grade shipping
ore will be available as soon as the
pew Btopes are opened, while at the
same time an Immense tonnage of
exceptionally rich milling ore will be
ready to be blocked out. The procur
ing of adequate milling facilities Is
the Immediate problem now con
fronting the Mansfield management.
A 200-ton mill Is contemplated, but
there can be no doubt that its en
largement to a capacity of 1.000 tons
daily will be absolutely required as
development of the already demons
trated ore bodies proceeds. The Cap
shaft Is now down 140 feet, and some
very high-grade ore Is being taken
Santa Fe. N. M.. Sept. . Uover
nor Curry visited the territorial pris
on yesterday while the board was in
session and together witn tne mem
bers Inspected the buildings and
grounds. The executive thought a
large numlber of Improvements were
necessary and that needed repairs to
the building and brick, kilns should
be made immediately. He expressed
himself as pleased with the efficient
manner in which the institution was
being conducted iby the new superin
tendent. He was much Interested in
the work being done In the brick
yard. All improvements he thought
should be kept within the apropria-
tion allowed for maintenance of the
This disease Is caused by a de
rangement of the stomach. Take a
doKe of Chamberlain r .stomaen ana
Liver Tablets to correct this disorder
and the sick headache will disap
pear. For sale by all Druggists,
One pint mineral water cures and
prevents constipation. .Ask yonr gro
cer for It.
You don't want to miss the ball
game next Saturday and Sunday.
Trinidad vs. the Mcintosh Hrowns.
A uttim want eld paves the
To wealth and comfort day
It's sure to pay a dividend,
For the want ad is the poor
True Story of How Popular
Drink Was Invented
The drink mixer leaned back
Hgalnst the soda fountain and wiped
the perspiration from his face with
thp sleeve of his white ccit.
"ee. but I'm glad to get this
rest.' be sighed. "All iternoor. i
ain't he:ird anything but 'chocolate
Ice cream .-xida. plea, and mix me
a sherbet fllzz.'
"What? Never heard of a sherbet
fizz? Why, It's one of the most pop
ular drinks of the season. And the
story of Its Invention I suppose you
don't know that either?
"Watts and bis tea kettle ain't
anything to thla Inventor. I never
heard his last name, but his first
as 'Willie.' He invented sherbet flzi
by accident, as all great Inventors do,
Willie had never mixed any drinks
before. He came to work on a busy
Saturday and they put him serving
drinks right at the start. Well, he
mixed a couple of Ice cream sodas
and a lemonade all right, and then In
come a man who wanted an egg
lie Vcvcr "l t On."
"Willie was up against It then, but
he never' let on. He Just said, 'yes.
sir," grabbed up a glass and let down
some lemon syrup; that dlaa t iook
good so he put in some orange. Then
he thought that those two would
only counteract each other, so he
added some pineapple. Somehow or
other he felt after that that he
wasn't making any progress after
all, so he decided on some vanilla.
Varum is tne stananru ana us al
"It struck him then that It must be
about time to put In something
from a bottle and he made in two
dashes of bitters. A bottle of rum
attracted him next and he added a
dash of that.
"After that he broke an egg Into
the glass. He'd mighty near reached
the end of his row when he thought
of the fountain man's adage, 'when
in doubt add ice cream, so he did.
"In spite of all the truck that was
In already there was still some space
left and Willie filled it with cream.
And Then lie Shook It.
"The logical thing to do next was
to shake the stuff together, and what
ever else Willie was, he was logical
"When he poured the mixture out
he added a little corbonated water
and sprinkled nutmeg on top.
"All this time the customer had
been looking on wide-eyed and when
Willie shoved out the dope he shook
" 'I ordered an egg phosphate, he
"Willie was puzzled for a minute
but he never faltered.
" This Is an-er-shertiet fizz," he
says, never batting an eye. "Try it
It s great .ana It won t cost you a
cent more than the phosphate.'
"And the customer sucked on tne
straw, tasted, tasted again and said:
you re all right, young man.'
" 'I knew you'd like it, snys Willie
calmly. 'I invented it myself.'
"And then he hurried away to
write the recipe down before he for
Oeo. C Spea-res. and old time resl
dent of Silver City, Is dead. He
came to the territory from Athens,
(ia., in 1866.
After a lingering illness of over a
year's duration. Mrs. Nettie Eurle
died at 10:45 o'clock last night nt
the home of her sister, Mrs. J. H
Ward, in Las Vegas.
Judge Seaman Field, one of the
oldest and best citizens or .New Mex
ico, died at Deming Tuesday. He
came to the territory In 18S2 and is
survived by a widow and five child
The Advocate, a wekly democratic
newspaper published in Artesla, N,
M., has been sold to oayle Talbot
John Ii. Enfield and others, who will
conduct it hereafter as a straight
democratic paper. Oayle Talbot was
the editor and proprietor of the paper
some years ago and eold out on ac
count of 111 health. He has agaia re
sumed Its ownership.
Wm. Reese, of Douglas, while
rounding a corner In his auto, saw
that a street car wan atiout to strike
his machine and he quickly threw
around the guide wheel, thiw escap
ing death in the collision but over
turning the auto. His collarbone
a. broken, his wife's right injured
and the muscles of both arms of
Mrs. Ida Schutz were torn.
Considerable concern Is expressed
by friends over the whereabouts of .1.
1 Healv, recently employed In the
office of the county recorder in
nuenlx. Ariz. He went to Prescott
on a business trip and was expected
to be gone about two weeks. The
last heard erf him was a letter re
cived by Mrs. Healy. dated Aug
ust 24 and written in the Burke ho
tel in Prescott.
Hartwood, one of the pair of tine
sorrel driving horses o tied by Col.
Epes Randolph, was killed by light
ning in the thunder storm which pas
sed over Tucson, Ariz., at 11 o'clock
this morning. lilddy, a beautiful
Muck saddle mare, owned by Mrs.
Randolph wa stricken partially
blind by the same bolt. An effort is
being made to preserve the ight of
one of the animal's eves.
For the month ending last Ritur
iny the old Dominion mine in Ari
zona will show the greatest monthly
production of the e. :uer in Is hi
tory, the mitput of me smelter being
about 3,'."""A"iO pounds, although
the actual figures are not at hand.
The full batterv of furnaces has been
in operation until several days ago,
when a leak caused the temporary
closing down of one of them.
Chinese Inspector Oonzales of E!
Paso, Tex, left last night for La
THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE
FOR HKXT Two rooms for light
housekeeping. No invalids. 601
North Second street.
FOR RENT Two "furnished con
nected front rooms. with hath,
heat and light. 423 South Third
FtR RENT Ught, airy well-fur-
nishet? rooms for rooming or llgnt
housekoeplng. All rooms opening
on the outside. Price, $1 per weak
and up. Mtnneapill House, R24
South Sectnd. A. T. Ojvjve, Pro
prietor. FOR RENT Pleasant furnished
room to lady In good health. 628
South Arno street.
FOR RENT A few nicely furnished
rooms, with use of bath, very rea
sonable; no Invalids. Hotel Cralgc,
Silver avenue, between First and
FOR RENT More people who need
a house, a room or a rancn, win
see this ad today, than even a rsal
estate agent covld interview In a
FOR SALE Furniture, 210 South
Sixth street. Call mornings.
FOR SALE Five-room modern
house, most fashionable district In
city. Cheap if gold at once. B. N.
FOR SALE OR RENT A newly
built house, with 160 feet front
ground. Inquire 915 North Sixth
FOR SALE A first class unused
ticket to the City of Mexico and
return. Address 'Ticket," care
FOR SALE Some people prefer to
pay 5 per cent agents commission
on their sale, others advertise in
FOR SALE 102 Armijo Avenue, two
houses; barn, etc. $2,000, $1,600,
cash. B. O. T. Apply on premises.
K. A. Cantrtll.
(OK SALE Half Interest In estab
lished poultry business. Bred-to-Lay
Poultry Yards. J. T. Harger,
prop., 12th street and Mountain
FOR SALE Two good tent houses
in the Highlands on East Central
avenue. CheaD If sold at once.
Address, J. W. Harvey, 1201 East
Central avenue. City.
FOR SALE 3-room frame house,
cellar, born, shed, shade trees,
vines, corner East Copper and Lo
cust, $S0O, $600 cash. IS. O. T. E.
A. Cantrel, 102 Armljo avenue.
FOR SALE 4-room frame house,
barn, chicken yard, out house, cor
ner East and Cromwell, $1,000,
$800 cash. B. O. T. E. A. Cantrel,
102 Armljo avenue.
Cruces, having In charge seven Chi
namen, who had been caught while
trying to smuggle themselves into
the united States. They crossed the
border Into New Mexico and accord
ingly will be kept in Jail at Las
Cruces Instead of El Paso. They
were captured Sunday night by in
spectors Gonzales and Bernard after
a chase of 18 miles.
The Tecolote Consolidated Copper
company, capitalized at $1,5000.000,
with the total amount of the capital
stock already subscribed, is a new
corporation that plans to do big
things in the wav of developing the
mines of San Miguel county. The
principal stockholder Is Edwin W.
Jackson of New York City, a wealthy
capitalist, who is willing to manifest
his faith In the future of the copper,
, oal and marble deposits of the Tec
olote district by the Investment of a
million dollars in cold cash.
Good Thing to 1 jit.
Home muile bread, cake and pies,
hot tamalea, chile. Call phone 1045.
4((S West Tiieras avenue. Orders
taken for Mexican lunches. Mrs. D.
The Touch That Heals
Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It's the happiest combination
of arnica flow era anil healing balsams
ever compounded. No matter how
old the sore or ulcer Is, this salve
will cure it- For burns, scalds, cuts
wounds or piles, it's an absolute cure.
Guaranteed by all druggists. 25o.
NOTICE 1 OK PlItLl CATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Santa Fe, N. M.
August 19. 1907.
Notice Is hereby given that Desl
derio Carabajal, of Atrisco, N. M.,
has filed notice of his intention to
make final five year proof In support
of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry
No. 7:160, made September 2S, 1902,
for the E NE U. E H SE '4. Sec
tion 30, Township 11 N, Range 2 W
and that said proof will be made be
f ire H. W. S. Otero, V. S. court com
missioner, at Albuquerque, N. M., on
October 5. 1907.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence up
on, and cultivation of, the land, viz:
Ju.in Baca y Anoya, Romulo Chav
ez, Juan Castas, Donaciano Tapia, all
of Atrisco, N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
Don't neglect your stomach. At
the first indication of trouble take
something that will help it along In
its work of digesting the food you
eat. Kodo for Indigestion and dys
pepsia will do this. Sold by J. H.
D Hielly & Co.
t I t 4 t f I '4 I 4 I t I I
.Mcrrliunts of Alhuqiicrqne.
All the business men of Albu-
cjuurque can assist materially in
advertising the big f ilr. by
bringing to The Citizen office
4 their business envelopes and 4
4 having an advertisement printed 4
4 upon the reverse l ie. The fair 4
4 association will pny all charges, 4
4 and the management urges all 4
4 who are interested in its success 4
4 to avail themselves of tali 4
4 means if tendering assl.-tance. 4
WANTED Good carpenters, waiters
and waitresses; also good cooks.
Experienced saleslady, $8 a week,
board and room.
109 West (Silver Ave Phone 480
WANTED Boys 14 to 1 years old
nt the American Lumber Co.
WANTED Position as clerk. by
young woman with some experi
ence and good references. Address
115 North Fourth street.
WANTED ? You can get It through
WANTED Toung married couple
wants good room and board In a
private family. Address XXX, care
Citizen, stating location and price.
WANTED Situation. Outside work
by a young man who Is a hustler
and willing to work. Address Box
C, F. P.. care Citizen office.
WANTED SPANISH STUDENTS
12 lessons $3.00, Monday, Wednes
day and Friday nights. Attend
our night school. AJbuquerque
Business College. Library building.
WANTEIW-iLadles desiring" new fall
styles in millinery to call on Miss
Crane, 612 North Second street.
Millinery and dressmaking parlors.
Also apprentices wanted. Phone
WANTED Situation. Young man,
23 years of age, desires permanent
position with a good reliable firm.
Have had three years' general of
fice experience as bill clerk on a
typewriter and can furnish refer
ences if desired. Please address
Box C, L. L.. care Citizen office.
LOST and FOUND
LOST Small lapfts lazuli brooch set
with peurls. Return to this office
and receive reward.
Lost An opportunity if you did not
us these columns.
FOUND Through The Albuquerque
STRAYED One sorrel mare. Rrand
ed on left hip J. O. White feet
and spot In forehead. Small sore
on each side of neck. Finder re
turn to E. W. Fee. 602 South
WANTED SALESMAN $75 per week
and expenses. Staple specialty. Old
established house. Permanent. High
priced men Investigate. References.
Frank R. Jennings, Sales Mgr., Chi
cago. WANTED Capable salesman to cov
er New Mexico with staple line;
high commissions with $100 month
ly advance. Permanent position to
right man. Jess H. Smith Co., De
Are you looking for somernlng? Re
member the want columns of The
Evening Citizen are for your especial
benefit. It talks to the people and
they talk to you.
TIIF.Y W NOTIUXt. ! F.i:i I.IKE !''( 'E.
I sTPPUKF. THIS 1$ Till E. Ill T IX OKDFK TO
HAVE XOMi: (: Willi WHICH TO l'C-
l.i:i IT IS XE F.SSAKY TO HAVE SOME OTHER
TIIIX4;. ONE OF THI.SE IS BRAIN. AND AN
OTHER I SOME .MONEY. WE DO NOT I I It
XISH RRUXS IX SET. HIT A PEKl'SAI, OF
Ol It (t)l.l IX I I.I, SHINE IP THE ONES Vol
HAVE, ANI AN ADVERTISEMENT IX THE
EVENINt. I'lI.EN Wil l, t.O A I.ONti W AY TO
VKI St PI'I.YIXU THE DINERO.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
DAILY THAN YOU CAN SEE IN
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Piano, Organ
Horses, Wagons and other Chattel
also on SALARIES AND WAR
HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low as lit
and as high as $100. Loans art
quickly made and strictly prlvat
Time: One month to one year given
Ooods remain In your possession
Our rates are ressonable. Call aoo
see us before borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from a
parts of the world.
Rooms I and 4, Grant Elds
10$ H West Railroad Ave.
20S 8. Second Street
Wanted-Ar Once, Servant Girl
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
acres good garden
land ami three-room
altode house $ 800
Three room house, four
lots, North Fourth
Three room house and
an acre of land, three
miles north of town. , 400
Three room house, fur
nished complete, two
good horses, npring
wag-on and one acre
of land 500
Six room house. West
New York avenue... 2,500
Six room house. West
Marquette avenue . , . t,800
Six room brick house,
bath, cellar, Fourth
Apartments In Hope fluts,
two to six rooms, mod
ern conveniences, 910 to 20.00
Four room brick house,
bath, cellar, Fourth ward 23.00
Seven room brick house,
modern, furnished or un
furnished, close in.
Three rooms for lighthouse
keeping, clown in 15.00
Fife room frame. First
Money to loan in sums
215 Wst Gold ive.
HAIR DRESSER AM) CIIIROPO
DIST. Mrs. Bambini, at ner parlors oppo
site the Alvarado and next door to
Sturges' cafe, Is prepared to give
thorough scalp treatment, do hair
dressing, treat corns, bunions and In
growing nails. She gives massage
treatment and manicuring. Mrs.
Bambini's own preparation of com
plexion cream bu.lds up the skin and
improves the complexion, and is
guaranteed not to be injurious. She
also prepares a hair tonic that cures
and prevents dandruff and hair fall
ing out; restores life to dead hair;
removes moles, warts and superfluous
hair. Massage treatment by vibrator
machines. For any blemish of the
face, call and consult Mrs. Bambini.
Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspep
sia, a combination of natural digest
ants and vegetable acids, digests the
food Itself and gives strength and
health to the stomach. Pleasant to
I take. Sold by J. H. O Rielly & Co.
w. m. sheridan, m. d.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgoon
Occidental Ufo Building.
ML R. L. 1ITJST
Physician and Surgeon
Room 8 A 7, N. T. Armljo Building.
DRS. BRONSOV & brovsox
ITomeopatldc Physicians and Sur
geons. Over Vann'9 Drug Store.
Phone, Office and Res., 828.
Pit. C. A. FRANK
Physician and Surgeon.
Rooms 4 and 5 Bornott Building.
Office hours, 8 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7
to 8 p. m.
DR. J. E. KRAFT
Room 2 and 8. Bnrnett Bntlding,
Over O'RIelly's Drug store.
Appointments made by mall.
EDMUND J. ALGEK, D. D. S.
Odlce hours, 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
1:30 to 5 p. m.
Appointments made by mall.
300 West Central Ave. Phone 450.
IL V. D. BRYAN
Attorney at Law.
Office, First National Bank Building,
Aluhqucrque, N. M.
E. W. DOBSOV
Attorney at Law.
Odlce Cromwell Block,
Aluhqucrque, N. M.
IRA M. BOND
Attorney at Law.
Pensions, Iand Patents, Copyrights,
Caveats, Letter Patents, Trade
32 F. street, N. M. Washington, D. C.
B. A. SLEYSTETt
Insurance, Real Estate, Notary
Rooms 13 and 14, Cromwell Block,
Albuquerque, N. 31. Phone 130.
A. E. WALKER
Secretary Mutual Building Association
217 West Central Avenue.
M. L. KCIICTT
Ileal Estate and Loans.
Agent for tlio Travelers Inxuranee
Company, llartfora. Conn., Life and
Accident. The strongest eomiutnjr
writing accident insurance In the
219 South Second Sstreel.
WILLIAM WALLACE M'CI.FLLAN
Justice of the Peace, Precinct
No. 12. Votary Public.
Office 22 1 North SeMnd Street.
Resilience 723 North Fourth Street,
Alubquorque, X. M.
THOS. K. I). MADDISOV
Oflli with W. B. Chllders,
117 Wet Gold Avetiue.
F. V. SPEXCER
Rimiiiii 40 and 47. Harnett llulliliiiy.
Vlbuquei ttc, V. M. Phone S55.
Look for the Label
French Bakery Xo. 202 E. Central
rmsr class shoemaker"
ommmM mont, torn North rirm
L. C. GIELIJZ
New ai rivals of finest Foreign Ma
terials; handsome line in browns, t he
leading shade for the coming season
V. T. Armljo Building.
Saddle horses a specialty. Bei
drivers In the city. Proprietors o
"Sadie," the picnic wago.
Phone B9. 112 John Strew
New Fall Hats, Up-To-Date
BtMN. mmcona RhonmeAA
FANCY DRY GOODS
Stamping Done to Order.
Materials for ,;
Mrs. M. C Wilson 224 W. 6oi(T
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. ;
LIVERT, SALE, FEED AND '
Horses and Mules Bought and Ex
changed. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT
Second Street, between Railroad and
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL.
THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITT.
When In need of aasb, door, frame
C!0-.kTTPn work upectalty. 4X
South First street. Telephone 0S.
Thos. F. Keleher
DETOES READT PArvr
One Gallon Covers 600 Square Fm
i-.ii tiuu roof rAnrr
6tops Leaks, Lasts Five Tear.
408 West Railroad Avanaa
TOT I a OR AD I
Dealers In Q recedes. Provisions, H
Grain and Fuel.
Fine Line of Imported Wines Llqaort
and Cigars. Place your orders f
this line with us.
111-111-117 NORTH TH T.D BT.
AU Kinds of Fresh and Salt Ma
Steam Sausage Factory.
Masonic Bulldlns;, North TL-4
THORVTOV A CO.
EXPERT 1I018E CLEAVERS.
121 N. 3rd St.
Stove repairing, polishing and set
ting up a specialty. We hire only
the most experienced help la our ea
I 'hone, Office 480. :: Res. 620.
HOI SE l'FRXISIIKRS. NEW AXD
M. ONKII VXD. WE IK'V HOI XK.
IIOI.lt .Mls, 211 W. t.OI I) AVE.
MUTT'S PFWROMi PILLS
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