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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908.
508 W. Central. Phone 938
Fresh Potato Cltlpo,
All kinds ol Cheese,
New Sour and Sweet Pickles
J. A. Skinner J
205 S. FIRST SREET
It you have not tried
you should order a
sample at once.
OUT OF TOWN ORDERS
The Matthew Dairy
610 North Srd Street.
Onice Phunc 420. Farm
We have Just nnpneked a floe
direct from the manufacturers.
HEADLEY'S CHOCOLATES arc
line goods put up in beautiful
packages and cost very little
more titan inferior goods.
A. J. Maloy
514 West Central Ave.
IN THE HEART OF
FIRST CLASS (V
ME.C AUrO.BUS MCCTS ALL TRAINS
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standing of the clips
Won. Lost PC.
Chicago 94 '.4 .63T.
New York 92 53 .34
Pittsburg 94 55 .31
Philadelphia 7 CT .537
Cincinnati 71 78 .477
Boston 0 Kli .411
Brooklyn 4ü s ,241
t. LouU -4 9! .3:11
Wmi. Lost. P C
'I Detroit 85 1 .582 1
Cleveland . . . . : x 2 .581
I j Chicago 85 2 .579,
St. Louis 82 .". . r. ft 8 I
Boston 70 76 .480
I Philadelphia IS 7 9 .4fil
Washington 61 80 .483 1
I Xew York 4S 9 7 .331
Xew York l.oM- First Place.
New York. Sept. 29. By splitting
a double-header today with Cincin
nati, while Chicago and pittsourg
B i re Winning in the west. New YorK
relinquished first place In the pen
nant race and Chicago now leads with
la alnir!i tw.int In lliji tirad armmm th.
locals had Mtithewson in the box. and
as tin ) batted McQitllten to good ef
fect. McO raw's men WOH handily by
the score ot to 2. Bresnahan ami
Dnoin collided at thi nlat- I the ttfth
inning and both li.nl to retire from
the game. Bresnahan suffering from
i a sprained ankle and Hooin being
I painfullv, PAR not seriously, spiked. In
the second game Dooin was hack be
hind the bat and played all through
the contest, but Bresnahan had to
gave up in the opening i Inning after
reaching first base on a fumble. wii
aon ran (or him and Needham took
his place behind the plate. Dunlin,
who Injured his leg yesterday, was
unable tu play today and the absence
of these two crippled the tocalfl badly.
The visitors found Crandall very easy
in the sixth Inning and added five
runs to their s ore before he side was
retired. Then Taylor went in for New
York and held Murray ' men to three
hits and one run during the remainder
of the game.
First garni P.. It K
Philadelphia . .ooo ouo lot 1
New York ....2011 020 20 0
Pfltterei McQnillen. I "non
Kachlltscl; : Watheweon, 1
Second game B.
Philadelphia .010 o:,o oio 7
New York ...000 00O 000 0
Batieres t'ovnlesky and
Crandall, Taylor, P roana han
1 I 1
Bo-ton 3; Brooklyn 2.
Boston. Sept. Iff. Boi-tOB won the
second game of ihe seri. s from Brook
lyn today, S to 2.
Scon B. IT E.
ftostna ?oo ooo 12 s o
Brooklyn 000 oio ion i h I
H.itlerics- LJndanuta Ud Graham;
Bell and Rhrmar,
Chicago o; Cincinnati 2.
Cinc innati. Kept. 29.--Cincinnati
coulil not bunch bits on Brown Ch!
rago coupled hits with BwUlf'l PfHes.
Tinker's home run fOilOWtOl a base
on balls, giving the visitors their start
St ore R. II. E.
Cincinnati . ...ooo ooo 200 1 0 2
Chicago 020 300 100 r, 1 1
Batteries Swing, Savldse and
Schtei; Brown and KlinR.
PittsbaTg Takes Double Header.
Pittsburg, Sept. It. PiUaburg won
both sumes with St. Louis here to
day by scores of 7 to 0 nnd fi to I,
First game B H. F-
Pittfburg 400 001 02 7 10 0
St. Louis 000 000 oooo i r,
Batteries Camnltz and Gibson:
II. stint- ami i; i -
Second game B. II. E.
Plttsburg ...ooo ooo ggl I
St. Louis 000 000 041 R
Batteries Maddox. Willis and
mn; Bhodcs, Sallee, Fromnie
Chicago Wills Double Header.
I Chicago, Sept. 2. Chicago won
both games of a doWY" heudef here
! today w ith Boston, Walsh had the
visitors well In hand at all stare and
I did not hre to extend himself In ihe
I tWO games which he pitched.
First game B II I
Chicago 010 110 02 6 7 0
Boston 001 000 00 1 1 3 I
I Batteries Walsh and Schreck;
Burchell. Wood and Dniiohuc.
Second game R- H. E
Chicago 101 000 00 2 7 I
Boston 000 000 0000 4 2
Batteries Walsh and Schick;
Steele and Donohue.
Cleveland Takes Both Game-.
Cleveland, Sept. 2. Cleveland won
this morning's game from Philadel
phia. I to 4. Owing to the cold weath
er there were many muffs by players
of both tsagll and every run but ono
was the result of un error, the one
i arned run going to Cleveland in the
first Inning. Berger pitched a strong
game, but made one mistake. With
men on second nnd third In the sev
enth inning and two out. he passed
Egan to take n chance on Flater. The
latter hit the first hall pitched for
three bases, driving In three runs.
Bhlladclnhiu wo ensy for Cleveland
In the aft.-rnoon game. Ihe litter win
ning it to 0. Kellogg wrts errntlc and
his wlldncss proved costly, Cleveland
scoring at will In the first nnd sixth
Perrlngs fielding was n feature.
First game - B II. E.
C. c.-lnnd . . .10(1 002 011 R
Bliilndelptiln . .000 010 300 4
Batteries- -Berger and lb nib"
ter nnd Egnn.
Second game R.
Cleveland . ...302 004 00 0
Philadelphia OOOOOO 000- 0
Batteries Rhoodes. Ib-nils
Lndd; Kellogg and Egsn.
New York Twice Defralnl.
Louis, Sept. it. St. Louis
both games today
St. -Louis 002
NVw York ... .000
R. H. E.
021 00 4 Í
000 0O0 0 I 6
Lake ant) Sweeney.
St. Louis 200 000
New York . . . .000 IN
Bat ferien Dineen
Manning nnd Blnir.
ft. H. K.
00 2 6 0
liein. Ii Retains Her Lead.
Detroit. Sept. 29. In wintry weath
er the Detroit and Washington clubs
ployed a double-header today, the lo
cals taking both g.nnrs. Both Wll-
lett and Summers pitched good ball
for two runs in his one inning. H1'!
crup In the lirst game and was found
for two runs In his one Inning. Hv
started Ihe i-eeond game and was
knocked out of the box in the second.
The hitting of Bossman and Craw
ford and Ule fielding of Bush were
features of the contests.
First game I! 11. K
Detroit 200 000 02" - 4 10 1
Washington . .000 000 010 l 3 o
Ratlerles Willett ard Schmidt:
Wltherup, John ton, street and Kn
Second game R. H. E
Detroil 310 Í0 1 0007 1 0 1
Washington . ..ono 000 0123 4 I
Batteries Summers and Schmidt:
Johnson. aKtes and Street.
GOVERNOR OF INDIANA
ACCUSED OF BRIBERY
Indianapolis. Sejit. :'!. - Luther W.
Kntaeky, member frdm DeKalb
county of the lower house of the legls
lature, now in special session, signs
an affidavit today In support of a
charge made by him Saturday On the
floor of the bouse when be voted
against the county option bill that
Governor J. Frank Hanly had offered
him a position paying I,00fl a year
If he would vote for the bill. The
affidavit nemes Senator Wickwire, a
Republican, in connection with tin
Senator Wickwire has denied the
charge. Governor Hanly has declinad
to make a statement until he has
seen the affidavit,
The county option hill was passed
by the house Saturday, and was
signed by to governor.
DOUBT ABOUT IDENTITY
DUNHAM MURDER SUSPECT
San Jose, Calif., Sept. 29. District
Attorney Arthur Free today received
the follow lug dispatch from unarm
Langford, dated Sherman, Texas, Sept.
'Ruffington says wrong man. hut
ringer. Many strange things. Shall
I bring, to show peoph
Ho not like
ana opinion. Mr.- Zimmerman think
ho is Dunham."
To this District Attorney I'm- n-
"Po not brine man
he is Dunhnin "
LtVÍLY ELECTION RIOTS
IN CUBA; ONE MAN SLAIN
Washington, S. pt. 29 - Dispatches
received nt the war department today
from Provisional Governor MagOOn
anOW that one man was shot and kill
ed and eight Injured by canes and
list as a result of political disturb
ances In Cuba yesterday
At Banc 1 1 Spirilus the disturbance
was caused, according to Governor
Magoon'l information, which comes
from the mnvnr of the city, by one f
the conservatives waving a Spanish
Hag In the Caces of some of the spec
tators, The governor has ordered Judge
Currera, of Havana, to Sanctl Splritus.
us special Judge, to Institute criminal
proceedings The governor thinks
thut because of the small number of
police, rural guards should he detailed
to patrol the StMetS. Leaders
parties express regret over til
OTJR ASSORTMENT OF CANNEw
PR CITS AVD VEGtrrABl.ES ARE A
SELECTED STOCK. COME IN AND
EXAMINE THEM. F. O. PRATT
CO. 214 SOUTH SECOND.
Have your cards printed by
The Journal Publishing Co.
Unsurpassel facilities. Prompt
delivery. All styles.
Lenrnord A Lindeman's bind wants
two young amateur cornet players.
Must furnish references as to good
character. State exoerienre.
LEARNABD & LINDEM ANN.
Albuquerque. N. M.
OUR DOMESTIC FINISH IS JUST
THE THING AND SATISFIES OUR
PATRONS. IF YOU WANT TO DB !
UP TO DATE HAVE YOUR LAUN
DRY DONE BY THE IMPKRIAI !
LAUNDRY. RACK OF POKTOKFICIi j
523 SOUTH SECOND STREET.
Will bo reopened for business on the I
first of Se)tember by Mr. L. C. 8t-w.
art. The plan la boon newly repair-,
cd and newly furnished, a few rooms
for light housekeeping. Give us a
call. Rates reasonable.
0 Customer Route.
17 Head Slock.
Honre and Inrge barn. Must be
sold by October 1st,
KIO GRANDE VALLEY
Corner Third and Gold.
Road Tax Now Due.
The law requires every able bodied
man, between the ages of twenty-one
and sixty years, to annually pay a
road tax of three dollar or, In lieu
of such sum, to labor on the public
read three Jays. Sec. S, Cahpter 53,
Acts of the S7th Legislative Assembly.
The supervisor of Road District No.
S, comprising Precincts Nos. 13 and
26, which preclncta Include the City
of Albuquerque, accepts the office
' without compensation and Is o'evotlng
time and energy to the discharge of
the duties of the office to the end
that proper use lie made of the road
fund and that we have good roads.
The character of roads to be built
and the line ot work are determined
by the Oood Roads Association.
Mr. S. M. Porterfield is authorised
to receive pajment of the road tax
and for the convenience of the public
will make calla when he can do so ot
payment can be made at Porterfield
and Co.. 316 West Gold avenue. The
law will be strictly enforced.
W. H. GILLENWATER,
T mmé W.i fxf Waalamanl ..' T .....
Phíne C. Williams. Deceased. '
To James Wilkinson, executor and;
sole devisee and to all whom It may i
Yon are hereby notllled that the al
leged i.asi ana testament ot Jose.
iili:ti,i i' l'i!L-iiu,iii l.,t.i , it' thn mintf
f t.rn',.iin an.) Trii,v f
.Mexico, deceased, has been produced ' State salary wanted
and read in the probate court of thoitary, care of Journal
county of Bernalillo. Ten itory of New I
Mexico, nt an adjourticd regular term i
thereof, held on the Hth day of Sep-I
tember, 1908. and the d iy of the prov
ing of said alleged Last Will and Tes-'
tameiit was by order of the Judge of,
slid court thereupon tlxed for Mon-I
day. the 2nd dav of November, A. D.
1908. term of said court, at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of said day.
( liven under my hand and the Seal
of tills court, this 14th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1908.
A. E. WALKER,
Notice for Publication,
Department of the Interior. Land
Office at Santa Fe, N. ML, September
Notice Is hereby given that David
TrUlillO y Tafoya, or Las riacltas,
N. M., has filed notice of his inten
I tlon to make final five year proof in
support of his claim, viz.: Homestead
Entry No. 8.21,r (01719). made Jan
uary It, 190r, for the S.W. 4, S.E
'.'i, S.E. VI. S.W. K, Section 20. and
N. U, NrW. V4. Section 29, Township
; 12 N Range B E.. and tluit said proof
' will be made before M. C. de Baca,
at Bernalillo, N. M., on November 9th.
He Ramea the following wit-
I nessea to prove his OOntlliUOul resl
: deuce upon, and cultivation of the
I Francisco Trnjlllo, of Las Placltas,
Joaquin Trnjlllo, of Las IM.i. lias,
Jose Tiujillo, of Las T'lacltaH, N. M.
Amado Lopez. Of Las I'lacitas. N. M
MANUEL It. OTERO, Register.
NOTICIC roil I'l BLICATION.
Santa Fe Land Office, Sept. 22. 1908.
Notice is hereby given that John
Tocco, of Albuquerque, county of
Bernalillo, Territory of New Mexico,
who, on the tst day of June, 1908,
filed In this office Ills coal declara
tory statement for the S. W. Vi . N. W.
't, S. W. '.. S. W. 14, Sec 32, S. E.
14, N. E. 14, nnd N. E. '4. S. E. V4
ot Sec. 31, Tp. 11. X. B. E., has
died In this office his coal entry, No.
Any nnd all persons claiming ad
versely the lands described or desir
ing to object for any reason to the.
entry thereof by applicant, should
file their affidavits of protest in this
office on or before the 2nd day of
Nor ember, 1 90s.
MANTEL. B. OTFBO. Register,
HELP WANTED Female.
WANTED Intelligent woman to
' keep house for small family. Address.
I Capable, care of Journal.
j APPRENTICE WANTED For mil
linery department at the Econo
WANTED At the
WANTED A good
222 West Sliver.
WANTED--A good woman for kitch
en work, washing dishes and help
ing cook. Qood wages to the right
party. Hotel Belén. Belén. N. M.
cook. Apply st tho
WANTED 1311-1 for general iioune
work. Cull 31 X South Edith.
21 W. Sliver.
WANTED Young woman as gov
erness for one child, gOOd salary. Ad
dress Governess, cars of Journal.
Real i -laic nuil Insurance.
212 !4 Soulh second street.
JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
HELP WANTED Male
WANTED High iraoe men to fill of
fice, mercantile and technical post-;
tiona in the southwest. Southwestern
Business Association, 201 E. Central
avenue. Albuquerque, N. M. Phone
omist. -Errand boys at the Econ-
MEN LEARN BARBER TRADE;
short time required: graduates earn
twelve to thirty dollars week. Moler
Barber College, Los Angeles, Cal.
WANTED Good strong
bookbinding trade. H.
hoc to team
. , , J i
S. Lllhgow. '
' WANTED Three extra barbers, dur-j
lug Irrigation Congress. For par-,
itirulurs address p. G. Sanche., 119j
j Central Av. I
i WANTED Cook, for boarding i
house; steady employment. OOfi
-Help In the
WANTED Map and wife to work
farm, dinkier s Farm,
WANTED A callable st. noirnmhi
LADY WISHES TO TEACH 'A a prl-,
vate family. English, music, draw-
ing, painting, elocution, etc. Salary
reasonable. No objection to a ranch, i
Excfllent references on request Ad
dress Miss Grace LeMin, TuLarosa,
WANTED Position. Lty man and
wile, on ranoh. Experienced
farmer, P. F.. Journal office.
WANTED - Work of any kind, byi
jroung man; strong and willing;
bookkeeping or grocery clerk pre
ferred. wi Booth Edith.
SALESMAN Experience,-; in any lln
to sell general trade n New Mexico.
An unexcelled specialty propositi in.
Commissions with $35.00 weekly ad
vance for expenses. The Continental
jeweirv Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
MANAGER WANTED Every section
to ppóinl agents of new Improved
penny peunul vending machine; Jtiu
weekly easily earned; finish beauhful,
sanitary throughout; sold on i-ary
payments; thousands now In use;
sample sent free. Proposition will
please you ICwe still have Opening in
I vour section. Great Western Scale
I Mfg. Works, Dept. 150, Chicago. HI
BOA B DAN D LODGING -Clean beds
ami private family; fl.SB per d;iy
113 N. Sixth SI.
SANITOB1I1M, Rosed ale Pi SOS, locat
ed on Lorkhart ranch, near Indian
school. Under management of grad
uate nurses. Rates ressonab'.e. Miss
es Moorman and Bartlett, phone 1178.
WANTED, BOARDERS- Good home,
cookt d meals for 35 cents, at "0"
South Third street.
FOB SALE Anti-trust pool and bil
liard tables, supplies and bar fix
tures. Sold on easy ovnients. Cata
logues free. The Orosman company,
P, 0. Box 1081, Dallas, Texns.
STOVE BE PÁ I KING By a practical
foundryman. Drop n postal und I
wll call. James Stewart, 1016 South
,.u, ttórth Am again prepared
to do all kinds of hair work. Out
of town orders solicited. Mrs. H. E.
Rutherford, 117 So. Broadway.
W. A. GUFF will
phone 568, 207 '4
set up your stove
MOTHERS Leave your children at
kindergarten while you attend the
fair. A quiet, restful place at 618 W.
Gold Ave. Ages 2 V4 years to 7.
FOB SALE A well established pay
ing business; good reason tor sell
ing Would take In exchange Income
real estate. Capital required $G,000
to tlf., 000. P. O. Box 225
POR SALE Furniture business for
sale; building und stock, 11,691,10
cash: growing town; good opening
for stock of hardware In connection;
free government lands open for home
stead entry und country settling up
fast. Poor heulth and business in
terests elsewhere reasons for selling.
Address Chas. B Woods, Duran, N. M
Ei i It RENT -Two furnished room,
1 block from car line; 819 No. Fourth
Kl I l et
WANTED Loan of
7 24 East Gen-
good treatment assured
WANTED Pipes to repstr
srds' Cigar B. ore
WANTED 200 young chickens, two
to four months old, also hens, one
year old. Advise kind, ags and price.
Will Shlltlngham, East Las Vegas,
WANTED -Your orders iTow fó?
costumes, paper flowers, grease
paints, etc. Mrs. Sommers, official
costumer, Is In town. Sixth und Cen
WANTED Phaeton and gentle horse
will pay for keep at good livery
for use during September and October
Address J. L. C. ears- Journal.
WANTED Gunny sacks, iiigt-est
price paid. Albuquerque Milling
Co., 8. Second st.
WANTED Ticket to Snn Francisco.
Address "Ticket," Journal office.
"WANTEIVTo exchange 1 Ickét-1 '
El Paso for return ticket to Denver.
Address, P. H. K.. Journal office.
seamstress, at 500
utrsct. Miss Calvcrts.
Personal Property Loam
IVIOney tO LiOan
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS. A"V .1
Hornea, Wagons and other Chattels;
jalao on Salaries and Warehouse Rs-
eelpts, as low as 10.00 and as high a i
!iu.uu. i.onni ire quicaiy made ana
: strictly private. Time: One month to
...v.: p.,, .
Goods to remain in
tur rates are rea-
ionabie. Call and see us before bor-
rowing. Steamship ticket to and
from all parts of the wot Id.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
Room 3 and 4, Grant Bidg.
.10 1 H West Central A i a o e
WANTED--Plano, nousehuid goods,
etc., p'ored and packed safely at
reasonable rates. Phone 840 The
Security Warehouse ft Improvement
Co. Office. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant
Plock. Third itreet and Centra! Ave
TO MAKE IT
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Edit sale 2o acres of irrigated
land, only two miles from town Qood
alfalfa latid, w. e. Mclntyre, Fort
Sumner, n. m.
F Hi-SALEH.il iiess shop, íTt t lie
enterprising town ot Mountainalf, N.
M. Qood trade: large territory to diaw
from, good reason for gelling; will sell
stock or will sell liulldln; and lot also.
Write or tall on C. 0, Nli t'W. : tier.
Motintainaii-, New ,,i xh o.
"FOB sale "i I?. lick, t t7 1 kmver
or iii exchange tor ticket west or
south. Address Mango, can- o I Morn
UK 3AI.R All miiiM of iiouho noia
furniture. Fulrelle Furniture Co.,
wÍ!?LiíL of viaduct tf
FOR SALE A L.-ind new protecto
gruph of the kind recently repre
sented here In the ( Ity. Taken from
the agent l.i exchange for services,
with the Intention or selling It. win
lie sold much under yrice. Call at
the Journal office.
Large, gelille horse. C 1 li
FOR SALE--Ten neurt of first class
Missouri nnd Kentucky mules. Can
be seen for the next ten days at Hun
ters Wiigon Yard, 200 N. Broadway.
l oll SALE- Span or large mules. F.
II. Kent. 112 South Third street.
FOB SALE One riding and one
driving horse. E. W. Fee, (02 8
FOR SALE CmierwooO typewriter,
$35.00. Millett Studio, 21;, W.
FOR SALE Mated pigeons. 70!! W.
Roma Ave. Phone 1460.
ÉOR SALIO Horses bought and sold.
310 North Broadway.
FOR SALE Set of double driving
harness, good os new; have only
been used a few times. I also have
a good saddle, for sale, cheap. Call
at 201 E. Centrnl Ave.
FOR SALE At B oargaln, Home
Comfort range; s'x lióles. In per
fect order. Apply at 820 S. Third.
FOB SALE $20.00 ouys a 165.00 j January 1st, which Is nOw the perma
8x10 photo view outfit, complete; I nent division point on the main line
excellent condition. A. C. Postel, two of the Itock Island. Have ten acres in
blocks north of Old Town. crops, and $1,000 worth of Imprtffe.
VOR SALS! Cheap, stand privilege! mental will sell for $900. irrigation not
on fair grounds. Inquire of X. T, j necessary and good water. This Is
Z., Journal office. i 'ess than the cost of the actual Im-
FOB SALE Chickens, turkeys, geese
and dttcks. Chas. Trapp, old Town,
behind fair grounds.
FOR SALE Young Jersey cow, ut a
bargain. 514 South High.
FOR SALE une
wagon and burn
pair of mules.
ss. Dr. Haynsa,
No. 7 Armejo Bldg.
vTm SALE laTr good driving
horses, buggy and harness. Dr.
Haynes. No. 7 Armljo Bldg.
FOR SALE- Mexican and Angora
goals, cheap. Dr Haynes, No. 7
FOR SALE Good saddl.
und bridle. Cull at 502
So. Third St.
FOR RENT Storerooms
FOB BENT Store room, ifixlOO, at
113 North First St. half block off
Ave. As good a location in
city for any kind of business. In
quire of Consolidated Liquor Co.
FOR BENT Alfalfa pasture ut the
Lockhart Ranch. Phone 712.
FOB BENT Small barn, reason
able; 724 E. Central.
FOÍT H A L E DuTits laying hens,
fat hens, young roosters and friers;
1318 S. High.
VEHAVE severa íníargalns to offer
In both new ami second-hand soda
fountains for Immediate shipment.
Easv monthly payments. Write or
phone for our attractive proposition.
The Orosman company. Dallas. Texaa.
a Have your cards printed by
Tin Journal Publishing Co. a
a rnsurpassed facilities. Prompt a
a delivery. All styles. a
! FOR RENT Rooms.
FOR RENT a nice room with mod
ern conveniences. Inquire ! W
or phone 111-.
t UM KENT rullllslit-u room ,l
110 West Hunlng avenue. tf
1 'H RENT Modern fñrñiafced reama
" ?'4 SU'h S",'ona rMt- ,2
I'"" KENT The most sanitary and
up-to-date rooms at the Rio Orandi
ó 1 9 West Central.
FOR RENT Newlv furnished front
room, 3l9West Santa Fe Ave.
FOR RENT Three rooms tor" light
housekeeping. 404 North Second.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
Call at 117 South Amo. Dr. Wll-
FOR KENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping; 64 W. Central. Call
Fi R KNT--Putuisbed"rooir., at 611
FriiNISHKD KUUüIS íOn UiwXi
Cosy suites of bedrooms or single
bedrooms, with or without meals.
131 V4 North First. Upstairs, Geron-
' K(Ht BENT-
Cots and beds for lodc-
Iiií; In the
Fut relie hull. 118 West
I Coal. .
i on rent- Nicely furnished
nt 23.. North IHkIi
FOB RENT Beds, to well men
only, dutinir congress and fair. Bed
for two men, ji per night, If taken
for full time. 718 K. Silver.
FOR RENT Hm-iim in iytioti con
I grets and fair, 2 well furnished
j rooms, at 62'! N. Fifth, on car line.
No si. l people wauled.
i FOR KENT- Furnished
South A run.
POR 11 ENT Over irrigation Con
gress. 2 bed rooms, dining room,
kitchen, gas range, bath. Apply Tues
day or Wednesday. 4nS Marble Ave.
l-'i'i: It ENT Comfortable beds, at
41 South Third St,
F ItBENTSuiti- of three rooms.
10 w. I toma. s30
FOR SALE Real Estate.
-Two cottages, corner of
Mountain Hoad. $2,000.
farm In Ni
BALE Best 30 Acre
w Mexico. One mile
city. Qlackler's furm.
FOR SALE A prosperous business
well located In the city of Albu-
BUerque; four or live thousuud dol
lars win tie necessary for the pur
chase. Bensons for selling will be
made satisfactory. Address S. L.
Ei 1 1'. S.VLE - House and six lots, 40"
fruit tre -s nml other Improvements.
Ideal home for health seeker. Easy
iiTin.-i. Phone U.sl'. if
FOR SALE Three hundred and
thirty acres oí Bio Grande Valley
Irrigated land Fertile soil, sandy
loom. All under Independent private
ditch. Small cost for ditch main
tenance Permanent water rights
Two hundred acres have been leveled
afnd cultivated. One and one-half
miles from rullway stntion. Conveni
ent markets. The best stock runch In
New Mexico. Or will subdivide and
sell In tracts of twenty acres or more
to suit purchaser. Port ensh, part
time. Address R. T.. Journal.
FOR SALE Modern five-room
house; sickness never In it. In
quire Till South High Street.
FOR SALE- A nice 4-room frame
cottuge home in ihe Highlands, close
in. on a 80-foOt lot. Plenty shade,
blue grass lawn, nice garden; chicken
yards and barns; ull In good repair.
This Is a bargain. Address "Owner,"
P. O. BOX K,3,
FOR SALE A SNA l - Party ha
good reason for selling relinquish
ment on homestead of 180 ncres, one
mile from a fast growing town, opened
provemeiits. For particulars, fill E.
FOR SALE -The Matthew farm.
about fifty acres, one and one-hall
miles 'tmrth r AlbuoAiersae, J R.
Matthew, phone 3K4
FOR HALE- Two small ranches,
about 3 Va miles from city. Address
S. J., Morning Journal
FOR SALE--I11 reul estate the best
straight bargain in Ihe city. W. II.
M Million. Ileal Fatuto Broker, 211
FOR RENT Dwellings.
FOR RENT 4 room furnished cot
tage, Lerkhsrt ranch. Telephone
712, or cnll or address' Leckhart
A 4-room brick house,
S17 South Arno. In
(tf) FOR BENT Six room
house. Apply to Dr.
FOR nENT A .. mom modern cot
tage cheap, inqulie or. J. E. Bron-
son, corner Second and Qold. tf
FoR RENT Two-room brick house,
screen porch, garden Included. 201
Lewis Ave., corner Williams St.
F HMt ENT An 8-room modern real!
dence, for one month. Porterfield
LOST t'nsealed envelope, containing
lease and notes for L C. Smith
! Ilros. Typewriter. Leave nt this of
LOST-1 July' Í gii hi watch, in ' fi 1 y
park. Leave at Journal office I
LOST Yellow ami while Am
ten, about six months old.
picare telephone 822.
FOR TRADE Saddle pony, for, lay
ing hens. Dr. Hsynes, No. 7 Arml