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THE ALBUQUEKQUE DAILV CITIZEN TlltUl DAY MARCH 26 1103 JUST RIGHT - The Groceries you buy here are just right. Tbo best quality at a fair price. g Our 40-cent Coffee A. J. MALOY, - uocoococccococ ARE YOU LOOKING for a fine body Brussels for your car lor? Won't need a telescope to locate ) It here If you guide your footsteps In our direction. Hut Brussels curpets are by no means the masure of our carpet capacities here are choice ax-,' minsters, royal wiltons, extra super . Ingrains, all rightly priced. All kinds of floor coverings. Futrelle Furniture Co. West EnJ Viaduct ! Cor. Second Street and Gold Avenue Doarding and Rooming House Agency INFORMATION FREE. Why walk all over town hunting for rooms and board? We have a great many desirable rooms in all parts of the city. Agents for Camp Bernie 22 miles from Albuquerque Terms Very Reasonable. Grant & Rurdy 602 South First Street 245 and 300 The above numbers draw the clock and ring, respectfully. Holders of tickets bearing above numbers please call at once with the tickets. Rfloynard, xoooexooe AMERICAN SILVER TRUOO. LIGHT. COOL. Easy lo Wctr. Rttalni No pressure on SererMt V Hip or Back. Hsrnia I No andtmrap. twits Comfort. I K.v.r move. . 1ST. TH Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, etc. Toti & Gradi DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND LIODORS. Free Delivery to all Old Phone 247 ALBUQUERQUE SHEET AND METAL WORKS I. O. AHES, Proprietor. Dealer in Stoves, Tin and Granite Ware All Kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work to Order sis secondUtreet j tf Will cause a satisfied smile wherever used. 5 Ilemcmber the place and don't waste time in 2 looking for these things. g 214 W. Railroad Ave Beaven's Coal Office The Jeweler 000000000 'Mi VI THIRD STREET Meat Market AUkofndflrrcsH2ad sail Meats a STEAM SAUSAGE FACTOBY. EiTilL. M.CI1YVUKI MASONIC BUILDIXe. N. THIRD 8TREV B. RUPPE, PRESCRIPTIONS I Mutual Telephone 43. No. aoj West Railroad Avenue Albuquerqu, N. fl. ELMO S1EPIE iND CLUB ROOK. JOSEPH HARNETT, Prop. 120 W. Railroad Ave., Albuquerque. Flour, Feed, Provisions, Hay and drain. Imported French and Italian Qoods. Sole agent for San Antonio Lime. Parts of the City. 213-213-217 North Third Street Roofing, Guttering and Repairing SPRING TIREDNESS Is Caused By Unhealthy Action-Of the Liver and Kidneys Assisted By Starved Blood and a Poor Circulation. Pa ine's Celery Compound NOURISHES THE LIFE STREAM AND STRENGTHENS EVERY ORGAN OF THE BODY. The great virtues of Palne's Celery Compound are abundantly manifested In the spring. It Is a medicine com pounded socially to brace the nerves, to sustain heart action, to cleanse the Mood and keep the stomach, liver and kY.iirys in vigorous health. In the springtime the effects of the vlnter's work, the worries of business, household cares and the severe changes of temperature all conduce to weakened and inflamed nerves, In- Elijah bowman, A Great Fruit Grower of Michigan. somnia, poverty of the blood, deranged digestion, liver and kidneys In bad con dition; in thousands of cases rheuma tism and neuralgia commence their horrible tortures, Palne's Celery Com pound, used three or four times a day for the next four weeks, will furnish the proper and needed elements of life for the growth and repair of the whole body. It will quickly make new nerve fibre, nerve force, pure, rich blood, will bestow sound health and long years of life. Mr. Elijah Bowman, of Caledonia, Mich., says: "When I think of the misery and agony I endured formerly and being entirely cured by Palne's Celery Com pound, I feel Indeed thankful for the discovery of this wonderful medicine, I take a little of the medicine every spring. It brightens a person up and drives all the laziness out of the sys tem, and makes one' feel cheerful and bright." PORTER MORROW ALL RIGHT. Under Indictment by Grand Jury, But Makes Reasonable Explanation. On Information culled from the news columns .of the Albuquerque Journal-Democrat. The Record last evening mentioned that Porter Morrow, southwestern representative of the Simmons Hardware company of St. Louis, had been arrested and plac ed In jail at Santa Fe, charged with embezzlement and fraud. Concerning the unfortunate affair, a special telegram from Santa Fe to the Albuquerque Citizen of last evening says: . "Journal-Democrat wrong again, as usual. Morrow is not in jail. Have in vestigated and he Is all right.'" Last evening's Santa Fe New Mexl- 1 jr"0S& 'A "Kn J. H. O'RIELLY & CO. Corner Second St. and Gold Ave. JUST RECEIVED A FINE LINE OF Featlier Dusters Best line of Parlor Dusters from 50c to $1.50 Ostrich Dusters from - - - 50c to $3.00 S in COME AND 3 1 1. H. O'Rielly & Co J PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 5 Old Phone 188 p. & e. MALTHOID - ROOFING NEEDS NO PAINTING. Put Up In Rolls Complete With Fixtures for Laying. Dura bility Guaranteed Write lor Booklet an Samples J. Cm BALDRIDGE, Albuquerque, New Mexico ran set the whole matter right, as fol lows: "Sheilff H. C. Klnsell on Saturday arrested Forter Morrow, who traveled for the Simmons Hardware company, on the charge of embezzlement There are threo counts against Morrow. He was Indicted by the granl Jury of San ta Fe ceunty on charges preferred by the company. He was arrested at Bel vldere. 111., and brouRht to Santa Fe on Saturday. Mr. Morrow makes a very reasonable explanation of the charges against him which are based upon a mistake by a clerk of the hard ware company in sending a trunk to Mr. Morrow." Las Vogas Record. READING ROOM CONCERT. Was Greatly Enjoyed Performance a Success. A fine program, of many Interesting numbers, was carried out at the Santa Fe reading rooms last night to the pleasure of an appreciative audience. The talent wa3 the best of the clty.The crowd was not large, probably on ac count of the Inclemency of the weath er. S. E. Busser, superintendent of the Santa Fe reading rooms, arrived from the west on a late train just In time to be present and enjoy the concert. He expressed himself well pleased with the performances. HON. JOSEPH W. WALLACE. An Early Pioneer of San Juan County Has Passed Away. The death of Hon. Joseph V. Wal lace, of Durango. last Saturday night, came as a shock to the people who knew ihe highly respected gentleman of La Plata county. His friends had realized the seriousness of the disease that had taken hold of Mr. Wallace, but all had hopeJ for the best and that his strong constitution would bring him through. The immediate cause of death was pneumonia, although heart trouble was the flm ailment. Mr. Wallace was one of the very early pioneers of the San Juan, com ing to La Plata and locating at Her mosa in 1S73. Deceased was a prominent member of the Masonic order, Woodmen of the World end San Juan Plaueer associa tion. Police Jottings. John Fitzgerald, a repeater, who was not satisfied with paying a fine yester day morning, came back with the same affliction and was given a double dose of Judge Crawford's morning medicine for all ailments. Joe McDole and Alfons Whitellne, who were thrown in night before last on suspicion, were given an opportu nity to tell their troubles, which they did. They were out of money and work, and were trying to get to a rail road camp. They looked like they would work if given a chance, so the Judge let them go. if they would keep their feet out of Albuquerque mud. If they continued to, travel at the pace they set out, Jhejk reached J3elen on their thirty-mile tje pass long befbre dinner. Patrick Kilbane, an Irish chicken thief, was sent over to the county Jail for sixty days for working at a trade that was never made for an Irishman. Patrick found Albuquerque a bad place to try to feather bis nest. Auto Race Meet In Florida. Ormond, Fla., March 26. During the next day or two devotees of the auto mobile throughout the country will keep their faces turned toward this resort. On the superb beach track that extends for more than thirty miles along the coast between here and Day tona there will be a series of automo bile races the like of which has seldom been witnessed before in America. The meet has been arranged by the Daytona Automobile club and at the club's invitation a large ' number of well known automobile enthusiasts are EXAMINE New Phone 216 PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. HONEY TO LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, organs. Horses, Wagons and other Chattels, also on Salaries. FROM $10 UPWARDS. One to twelve months time Is given. Wkjout delay and strictly private. Goods remain In your possession. GET OUR RATES before borrowing. PRIVATE OFFICES, OPEN EVENINGS. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Grant BuiWing, 305 West Railroad Avenue. here from New York, Cleveland, De troit, Chicago and other cities to take part. Experimental runs during the winter have led to the belief that a high-power machine can make a mile over the smooth beach in fifty seconds or less and everyone Is looking for ward to the establishment of new rec ords before the meet concludes Satur day. If the meet Is as successful as it promises the same course will proba bly be chosen for the trials to select the American team for the Gordon Brnnett cup race in Ireland this sum mer. SiiUciUia for The Citizen. CLASSIFIED ADS. Note All classified advertisements or rather "liners," one cent a word for each insertion. Minimum charge tor any classified advertisements, 16 cents. In order to Insure proper classification all "liners" should be left at this of fice not later than S o'clock p. m. WANTED. WANTED Woman cook at once. In quire 1005 West Railroad avenue. WANTED A baker; , good wages for a sober, Industrious man. Write or call on W. Ledlum, Belen, N. M. WANTED, MANAGER Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage busi ness In this county and adjoining territory for well and favorably known house of solid financial standing; (20 straight cash salary and expenses, paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters; expense money advanced; position permanent. Address Thomas Cooper, Manager, 1030 Caxton Bldg., Chicago WANTED At once, a coatmaker, also a pant and vest maker; steady work and good prices to good men. Ad dress W. E. Hart, Winslow, Ariz. WANTED Lady teacher would care for children, or take light employ ment; salary no object. Address "C." this office. WANTED Highest price paid for gents' second hand clothing and tools. Send address and will call. R. Sweeny, 615 South First street. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Top buggy, 6 year old family horse, also a good upright piano; cheap for cash. Room 28 En- glewood House, Strong building. FOR SALE Fresh cows at, reasonable prices at Kelly's, five and a half miles south of the city. FOR SALE A furnished restaurant and lodging house in connection; the best location In the city, close to depot and shops; will sell at a bar gain. Inquire 107 South First street FOR SALE Four houses on South First street, as follows: One a 12 room; two, four rooms each, and one five rooms; cause, leaving city. Will sell at bargain. Address Frank Daniels, 1413 South First street FOR RENT. TO RENT Furnished room, with board; lady preferred, or would take lady and gentleman, at reasonable rate; pleasant location. Inquire at 503 North Fourteenth street, corner Costello. LOANS. MONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit Address, postoffiee box 383, Albu querque, N. M. PROPOSALS. FORT HAYAKl), New Mexico, Feb. 3a. 1903. Seiled proposals lo ttiplicat (or fur oltbloar material and conatractinir Maacnry Pam firre will be received until la A. M., March 38, J 008. Informaiicm famished on Ap. plication. U. H reserve the riRht to accept or rrject any or all prnprsals or any part the-rof Knvelures containing- Proposals should be indorsed " Proprsa's for Dam,"ad Jressed Capt. li M. Powell' U- M Assessor's Notice. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, assessor of Bernalillo coun ty, has for the convenience of tax payers, opened an office at Room 11, Armijo Building, Third and Railroad avenue, over B. Ufeld & Co., in the city of Albuquerque, where returns of tax payers will be received until further notice. It is made the imperative duty of tho assessor to assess a penalty against all tax payers who fail to re turn their property for taxation and this requirements of the Statute will be enforced against ail persons who fail to make their returns to the under signed within the period required by law. The anBCBHor or a deputy will be In constant attendance at the place des ignated above from 8 o'clock a. m. until ti o'clock p. m., each business day for the purpose of receiving returns. J. M. SANDOVAL, Assessor Bernalillo County. Dm Early Risers The famous little pills OUll HOBBY. Dress goods and silks In a vari- ety that will please the most fas- tidious; prlce3 to please the most critical and economical. LION STORE. Albert O 303 RAILROAD AVENUE, GRANT BUlLDINU Headquarters for Carpets, Linoleum, Matting, Curtains, Blankets end House Furnishing Goode. ...While You're Dusting... and having the house renovated for the Spring and Summer you will of course see what is needed In every room from the kitchen to the par lorthen come in and see how well and reasonably we can supply your want. :. t ; s.r . 'W ' "Ji'..-V"'.-.-JV aagn?csE3it!j..wiijai'P'iiiiiiiiif 11 1 0X)X)eXCOeX)SX)OOe)CCC00 1 I jfi7Aw Vt ZEIGER CAFE QUIOKEL & BOTHE, Proprietors BAR AND CLUB ROOMS FINEST WHISKIES, IMPORTED A DOMESTIC WINrts A COONAC. The Coolest and Highest Grade of Lager served. Finest and Best Imported and Domestlo Cigar 3CXMOOCX3aX)eKsXCoeCC0 FURNITURE IRON BEDS--Wood or Steel COTS MATTRESSES-All Kind ; ART SRUARES, PILLOWS, COHFORTS, ' LAM P5, GLASSWARE AND TRUNKS EASY PAYMENTS ' Borradaile & Co., .17 Qoid Avenue FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. U S DEPOSITORY Depository for the Santa Fe Pacific and the Atchison, To peka and Santa Fe Railway Companies. ' Authorized Capital $500,000.00 Paid up Capital, Surplus and profits $20O,O0d.0O OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Joshua Raynolds, president; M. W. Flournoy, vice presi dent; Frank McKee, cashier; H. F. Raynolds, A . B. McMillan. THE BOY'S QUIT It will pay best tobuy for him good, all wool clothes, those of fast color and last ing good shape; that are strongly built, have double seat ; have good, strong pockets. Uuy our kind of Hoys' Clothes if you want the best. They're all made by the best boys' clothing makers in America. Double-breasted and single breasted. 3-piece Suits for boys of from 7 to 15 years. Cassimeres, Worsteds, Cheviots and Scotches hundreds of them, We've outdone our efforts of the past with our line of Boys' Clothes. And such quality why, it asserts itself at every 'point in the fabric, style, make and finish. I THE LEADING.CLOTHIER IN ALBUQUERQUE . Falier. I For the Floors Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum and Mattings In all styles and all prices. For the Windows Lac. Curtain., Draperies and Shade. For the Tables Elegant Linen, Napkins and Doylies. icnin in iwm)m2&MtK&esKstm - CROCKERY 1 eoo0"eeo0-e '