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aXBUQTTETlQUE EVETTING CITIZEN".
nrCRMVW, REITKMnKn U 1W7.
3 CENT CAR FARE IS
G. L. Brooks, Pres.
J. M. Moore, V. P. and Mgr.
M. R. Suramers, Secy.
NOW IN ITS FIERCEST
JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO.
219 West Gold
Issue Involves Men of National Repu
tation in Mayoralty
Agent for the bett Ure
Insurance companies. Tel
ephone u the amount you
want on your reeldenee
and household good. It
I dangerous to delay.
Have negotiated loans
on Albuquerque real es
tate for the past 20 years,
without a single loss to
loaner. Safety and satis
faction to both parties.
Abstraeia of title furn
ished on Bernalillo Coun
ty propererty on short no
tice. The only set of ab
stract books that Is up to
date. Price reasonable.
We Have Just Received a Full
Line of Carpets and Rugs
Come and See Them.
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
308-3 10W. Central Avenue .... Staab Building
Where to Dine Well
Santa Fe Restatitant
Open Day and Night.
Meals at all Hours. First Class Service Private
Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobsters
and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. - - ;
UJjncLar- Stivoy Hotel
C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor
We have the only planing mill In the southwest that Is equip
ped to make Sash. Doors, Mouldings. Store Fronts and Fixtures or
anything that a first class planing mill Is expected to do at reason
able prices. Write or call on us before placing your order for mill
SOUTH OF VIADUCT
Do you Intend liuvinK enlcle enjoy the summer months? If you
do don't pa.-s us by. We don't uie you to buy an expensive vehicle
we have rnanv sod styles within the range of moiiest Incomea.
Top Buggies, Kunabnuts. Stanhupts, Surreys and Spring Wagons of
all kinds. Don't stay away because you are not rich. Come and see
Albuquerque Carriage Co.
Corner First and Tiler as Road. t
ffciyn, ir M-mx is, taBWBaMagrrtt'.sr.i s en gaBaaaKaBgass
1 YOU CAN SAVE
A checking; account will not only help you to sptni
your money economically, but it will also aid you
to save money systematically.
When you have a record of every cent you pay out
(which you will have, if you pay by check) you
will be more careful of your expenditures.
A checking account gives you a complete record of
every cent you spend. You get a receipt for each
bill paid. You have safety for your funds and
convenience for your business transactions.
PAY BY CHECK.
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000
W. u. PATTERSON
Ilvt;ry urit Hourclint; fciteal alt?-
311-313 Wet Silver Avenue. Telephone 67.
ALlSLyl ERQCE, NEW MEXICO.
203 WEST RAILROAD AVE
NUE NEXT TO BANK OF
COMMERCE. j j j
and Mill Co.
ALBUQUERQUE, N, M.
can't be rubbed out. Here are some:
Paint Is the only preservative known
for buildings; the better the paint the
longer it lasts. The M. & P. paints
are rich In color, durable and don't
peel off. If you are painting your
house or barn use M. & P. paints.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
Corner Third and Marquette
Two Men of National Dlxtlni'lloii Iliimihiff for Mayor of Cleveland. Tom
li. .IoIiii-mmi on ln-ft ami CoiigtvMniuii liurton on lUlit.
Cleveland. O., Sept. 12. During the
next two months the principle of 3
eent fare on city street railways will
go through the hardest tight of Its
At three fiercely contested nuinl
climl elections since 1901. the people
have Indorsed 3-cent fare, electing
Tom L. Johnson, champion of the Is
sue, mayor each time big majorities
ranging from 6,000 and 12.000.
Mayor Johnson's fight, lasting six
years, has been spectacular, and has
attracted national attention. He dem
onstrated that 3 cents i-s a profitable
fare for a city street car ride. Hut
the fat-fed local traction monopoly
would probably be unable to pay
healthy dividends with that rate in
force on both the money invested and
the barrels of water In the stock.
Kvery obstacle that politics and the
shrewdest lawyers could devise was
thrown In the path of low fare, but
Mayor Johnson has moved steadily
ahead, winning point after point,
l'llit U Coining.
In the meantime, the franchises of
PRESIDENT IS WORKING HARD
Gives Up Joys of Hay-Pitching to Pen
Longest Document of Kind Ever
Written by Executive.
v. -. : -. . ..a , j .. ... '. , ' ...... v.- Ht'orif'F .
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I'ic-l l,Mit linos. iclt ul lll-i ltr-U.
iiysicr I!:iy.. 1,. I.. Sept. 1 .'. llusy i CM,i;ri-', u hirh. it is predicted, will
"la are these will) liie , r-s i i 1 1 1 . ' lie one of the !.iMi;"st on leconl.
All sin li frivolous ; n .s 1 1 in pliMMii'es And m vvoinler, to- In It the pies
.is pitching h:.v, rolling logs and dig- I Ident will IIm'ii-s tunny matters of
tfinu' s'.utni's ; ill li- eii in in.i ieil Induce- n.-.tional ini p"i ! i : - t he ;iriu'( tiie
forth. iiiici.il duties .lenuiiel t hat ! na y. the t.u ill'. :ic- trusts, tile raii-
the president einlliale tile 'let er 111 i n I - to. i. Is and a "-co;.- of other topics.
tuMi of Ji.lin M lton to "scorn d- ! .m.l It i-. tnon- ih.m likely that he
liplits ,111 1 live laborious clays." vvill have sonic stsong words to say
This, picture shows the president co.icerning the imperative iii'ce.-sity
1 at in-, desk at Sagamore Hill,
He will he heated there every week
day until Oct. 1. when he will re
turn to Washington Kight now he
Is pounding away on his message to
Stomach troubles heart and kidney
ailments, can he quickly corrected
with a prescription known to drug
gists everywhere as lr. tfhoop's He
storative. The prompt and surpris
ing relief which this remedy immedi
ately brings Is entirely due to its re
storative union upon the controlling
nerves of the stomach, etc.
A weak Htonjach, causing dspi p
sia. a weak heart with a palpi
tation or Intermittent pulse, always
means weak stomach nerves or weak
heart nerves. Strengthen these in
side or controlling nerves with l)r.
Slump's Kestorative and see how
lUickly these aliments disappear.
It. Shoup of Kaclne, Wis., will mull
samples free. Write for them. A
test will tell. Your health is cer
tainly worth this sirrple trial. Sold
by all druggists.
Subscribe for Th Evening Citizen.
the railway company are nearlng ter
mination, and for a year Its policy
has been "anything to beat" Johnson
for a fourth term as mayor. John
son and 3-cent fare, indorsed at the
coming November election for an
other two years, would spell dire
disaster to 5-cent rare. The mayor
Deing a democrat, the company pin
ned its faith and Its fortunes to the
The republicans had a most ter
rltic internal churning when they
came to pick a man wno stood any
show at all against the popularly ro
bust Tom I.. Finally thev had to
choose Theodore K. Burton, member
or congress from Cleveland for 16
years, and the most popular man In
the party. It was a hard sacrifice
for Uurton, who Is nationally a great
man and whose ambitions are the
cabinet or the senate.
Thus Cleveland has two men of
national distinction as statesmen
running for the office of mayor, with
J-cent street car rare as the issue.
.of fortifving tin- I'ai'thc coast and
establishing there great navy yards
and dry docks mi file lent to handle the
biggest American battleship that
lloals a national liecesxity.
I A llOV K i.lllli CAN' KAH.V AS
I .M It'll AS A .MAN.
We want boys and girls who want
to earn money to solicit subscriptions
to The Kansas City Weekly Star.
I Don't hesitate because you ure young,
as you t an d the work as readily
as older persons and w e w ill pay you
'Just the same. The Kansas City
, Weekly Star is the best known week
! ly newspaper In the west and your
I spare time spent working for It will
i pay you handsomely, not In toys,
1 watches or other small wares, but In
i cash. Write today for terms and full
I information. Address
1 Till; KANSVS t ITY WI'.KKLY STAIl
I Kuilsus City, Mo.
! Pe Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
; Salve Is good for boils, burns, cuts,
scalds and skin diseases. It Is es
pecially good for piles. Sold by J.
1. O'Kielly & Co.
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
For Sale $1300 fP W25?T
CCfinn Business Lot on corner.
jJUUU Sure Winner for invest- For Rent
ment. Will be worth double in
side two years. 0 room residence in 3d ward
ClOnr. will buy a good 5 room . . , .
plUU cottage West Central CQH 6 room modern residence m
Ave. Easy Payments. Yuv Highlands.
. , , . Cft 3 room residence near shops.
HAftA will buy a business loca- py
yUUU tion, 4 lots. Partly Im- J
proved. Pays 8 per cent on in
vestment at present with two lots t f A 4 room cottage Keleher
CliumlMrla.ln'a Cougli HcnuMy One ol
tlio lUt on tlio Market.
For many year 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 an 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 In the market
for the purpose for which It Is in
tended. Sold by All Druggists.
Good Things to Eat.
Home made bread, cake and pies,
hot tamalea, chile. Call phone 104S.
408 West Tlieras avenue. Orders
taken for Mexican lunches. Mrs. D.
Health in tlio Canal Zone.
The high wages paid make it a
mighty temptation to our young ar
tisans to join the force of skilled
workmen needed to construct the
I'anama Canal. Many are restrained
however by the fear of fevers and
malaria. It Is the knowing ones
those who have used Electric Bitters,
who go there without this fear, well
knowing they are safe from malari
ous Influence with Electric Bitters on
hand. Cures blood poison too, bil
iousness, weakness and all stomach,
liver and kidney troubles. Guaran
teed by all druggists. 60c.
Iot and Found.
I,ost, between 9.30 p. m., yesterday
ami noon today, a bilious attack,
with nausea and sick headache. Thl
loss was occasioned by finding at a
drug store a box of iJr. King's New
Life IMlls, the guaranteed cure for
biliousness, malaria and Jaundice.
MEN AND WOMEN.
I'm bm U tor nnoaturl
irritation or uicwiatioaa
. .. .. .. ........
4 t MrtMart.
PrftMnr-iUcUt, PbidIbm. and not aitria
tViNSCHEMfCAluO. ut or doioqoui.
ClNClNNAn.0 .fJ ol4 by lr a
or tent la plain wrapper,
br xpre, prepaid, for
Circular scut ua truest.
All kinds of coul anil wood.
JOHN S. BEAVEN,
am in: w i n: nil biu-n.
MOI NTAIX WOOD.
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work is as our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard Plumbing & Keating Co
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'f.
2 0 West Railroad
r tfith the foot'
The flexible sole Red Cross
shoe is co m fort able from
The burning and aching
:iuscd by stiff soles ,-nd the
ivils of thin soles aie pre
vented by the Red Cress. It
rnables a woman to be on her
'eet for hours at a time with
. ct us fit you.
121 Railroad Mrtnum
KILL the COUCH
AND CURE the LUNGS
OLDS Trial Buttle Free
AND AIL THROAT AND LUMQ TROUBLES.
OK MONEY CfUMDD.
( : ' ' bh i'i
, :' A'o. 8 1, ReJ Cnm
f "... i lii Patent Cult Biucitr,
Wins's, Brandies. Etc.
THEV MAKE YOC FKEIj GOOD!
Never disorder your digestion or
make life no longer worth the liv
ing. Writing about cakes, pies and
other imntry from our ovens. Care
fully made from high class mater
ials why shouldn't they be good?
Everybody knows about our bread.
What? You don't? Better get ac
quainted. PIONEER BAKERY
807 South first Strwt
To Colorado and east
ern points. On sale daily
until Sept. 30th. Re
turn limit October 31st.
Rates to principal points.
Denver and return $23.70,
Colorado Springs and return
$20.75, Pueblo and return
$18.95, Chicago and return
$53.30, St. Louis and return
$52.90, Kansas City and re
turn $44.55, Norfolk and re
turn (60 day limit) $72.90.
Account I. O. O. F.t Sov
ereign Grand Lodge.
St. Paul or Minneapolis and
return $52.10. Tickets on
sale Sept. 12, 13, 14, 15 and
16. Return limit Oct. 2, '07.
Call at Ticket Office for Par
ticulars. T, E. PUROY, Agent.