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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1903.
ft t 0 0 Is What it Means to You When LOW P1IICF8 AND FASY TEKMS Look over our large stock of all kinds of Vehicles, Harnesses, Sad dles and Saddlery. We have w hat you want at money saving prices J. KORBER & CO. Corner First St. and Copper Ave. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. at rendered to Comptroller at close of business, June 9, 1903. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $1,133,241 07 Bonds, Stocks, Real EsUte 48,754 91 Banking House and Furniture 39,000 00 United States Bonds $365,000 00 Cash and Exchange 889,690 90 1,254,690 90 LIABILITIES Capital and Prif.ia Circulation Peposits . " "OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1878 L. B. PUTNEY, WHOLESALE GROCER. Flour, drain . dtid Provisions. Car lata apaciatt. FARfl AND FREIOHT WAGONS, a Railroad Avenue Albuquerque I GOLD'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP FREE MUSEUM ESTABLISHED 1859 fed J rm . -toy p. & e. MALTHOID - ROOFING NEEDS NO PAINTING. Put Up In Rolls Complete With Fixtures tor Laying. Dura- oiiiiv uuariiniecH-. wrrno J. C. BALDRlDGL, aajyaVVVV aya-ja ALHUQUERQUE 5HEET AND METAL WORKS T. a. AHES, Proprietor. Dealer in Stoves, Tin and Granite Ware All Kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work to Order 15 SECOND STREET Comfort Pleasure and Style You Get One of Our Vehicles Albuquerque, New Mexico $2,475,686 88 226,465 03 199,950 00 2,049,271 85 $2,475,686 88 Carrt tbm Largest and float Bztaaalva tack af Staple O rocclei ten' aatjtbwaat. ABE GOLD, Proprietor 311-C17 San Francisco Street, Corner Burro Alley, 8anta Fe, N. M. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In INDIAN AND MEXICAN CURI08 The largest and best stock of Indian Baskets, Blankets, Pot tery, Etc., In the country. Mexican Drawn Work a Spec ialty. Don't fall to call and see us when in the city. SEND FOR CATALOGUE TIIIKD 8TKEIST Meat Market Allk0rrrcsh and salt Meats. ifEAM SAUSAGE FACTORY. EMIL KLEINWORT, MASONIC BUILDING. N. THIRD BTRPhl tor Booklet an. Samples U Albuquerque, New Mexico aoaQaQo004) Roofing, Guttering and Repairing Union Lotifm Church Knights Templars. Stated conclave of Pilgrim Cora mandry No. 3, Knights Templar, this (Thursday) evening t 8 o'clock at Ma sonic hall. Visiting sir knights are cordially Invited. I. H. Chamlerlin, recorder. Odd Fellows, Notice. All patrairchs are requested to be present at the next regular meeting of Albuquerque Encampment No. 4, I. O. O. F., on Tursday, June 25, at 8 p. ni. sharp. Work in R. P. degree. Refreshments. I), G. Miller, scrlhe. Local Blacksmiths' Union. The Ulacksmiths' union of the Santa Fe railway shops meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. A special meeting will he held on the first Wednesday of July. Fourth of July Committees. A meeting of the advertising com mittee Is called to he held at the office of the Journal-Democrat on Thursday evening. H. B. Ilening, chairman. All members of the entertainment committee of the Fourth of July Cen-t.-.l I.alxr union picnic are to meet I.i the hall over the Cabinet saloon c:: Friday night. Billy Berry, chair man. Retail Merchants' Association. Special meeting of the Retail Mer chants' association will be held at Cabinet hall Friday evenlnlg, June 26, at 8 o'clock. Matters of Importance to all, merchants will be taken up. Every member and merchant desiring to Join the association are requested to attend. Young People's City Union. Meeting of Young People's City un ion Thursday evening, June 25, at 8 p. m., at Highland Methodist church. Im portant matters Including election of officers la to be transacted. Business will le followed by an Interesting so cial time. Come and show your Inter est In the union and enjoy a pleasant evening. Miss Flekart, secretary. W. C. T. U. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will hold a parlor meeting at the home of Mrs. Downs, 606 South Arno street, on Friday afternoon. Kodol Gives Strength by enabling the digestive organs to di gest, assimillate and transform all of the wholesome foou that may be eaten Into the kind of blood that nourish.! the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens .he muscles and recuperates the or gans of the entire body. Kodol Dys-1 npn.ii rre c,,-. inHiHnn hv..,:... I sla, catarrh of the stomach and all stomach disorders. Sold by B. H. Brlggs & Co. and S. Vann & Son. BILLY MENASCO'S NOSE. It Came in Contact With Hard Ground 1 Last Night. Billy Menasco, the well known clerk, Is no lover of high sidewalks, and If he ever breaks Into the city council as a member he proposes to have all the grades In the city on a level with the ground, regardless of the opinion of civil engineers and surveyors. He has just cause for a kick, and if any one doubts the assertion just call 011 Billy and take a peep at his well defined nose. Last night, or rather early this morning, Billy meandered to his room on West Gold avenue, after having spent several hours with friends dis cussing the . good qualities of the Eagles, when he struck one of the off grade high sidewalks and before ue could say Jack iiohlnson his mine whs plowing into the hard ground. He picked himself up as neatly and scien tifically as possible, under the circum stances, and on brushing off tho dirt continued to his room. The looking glass revealed to him the fact that his nose hal got the worst of the fall. It will be several days before that nose MEETINGS I SXXXXXXXXXXXXXTXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX1TTXXXXXX rxxxxxxxxxxxix HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW OLIVER TYPEWITER, THE STANDARD VISIBLE WRITER. IF INTER ESTED IN ANY WAY IN THE BEST WOtlK FROM THE BEST MACHINE. A POSTAL CARD WITH YOoR ADDESS WILL BE THOROUGHLY APPRECIATED. ADDRESS, M. J. YORAN y Albuquerque, - XlIllXXXTTXTXIXIXXXXIIIIXIXIIXIXXXIIIIIIIXIXIIIXIIIIx atSAAta Aiata atatat atatata 1 A BOON TO INVALIDS! The Sanitary Alumi num SPIT CUP a m 1 v 1 1 J. H O'RIELLY & CO., COR. SECOND ST. A GOLD AVE. PERSONAL PHOPERTY LOANS. HONEY TO LOAN On Furniture, Pmnos, organs. Morses. Wagons and other Chattels, ilso on Salaries. FROM $10 UPWARDS. One to twelve months time Is civen. Wl.jout delay and strictly pstvate. Roods remain In your possession. GET OUR RATES before borrowing. PRIVATE OFFICES, OPEN EVENINGS. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Grant HulMIng, 305 West Railroad Atenue. assumes Its original apearance, and to day Mr. Menasco Is making a vigorous campaign against high sidewalks. Driven to Desperation. Living at an out of the way place, remote from civilization, a family Is often driven to desperation In case of accident, resulting in burns, cuts, wounds, ulcers, etc. Lay In a supply of Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. It's the bee on earth. 25 cents at all drug stores. o LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Miss I a lira Zinth, of Helen, Is In the city visiting and shopping. Hon. M. S. Otero was a passenger for Santa Fe this afternoon on the first of the delayed trains. A. E. Powell, route agent of the Wells, Fargo Express company, has returned from an official trip up north. Mrs. S. D. Saunders, who was at Roswell on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralnhart, has returned to the city. Superintendent Frank Easley, of the New Mexico division, who was In the city since yesterday, left this after noon going north. D. C. Holart, of Silver City, who has mining Interests in New Mexico, pass ed through the city on a delayed pas senger train Tuesday for the east. Rufus Goodrich, secretary to Super intendent I. L. Hibbard, of the Albu querque Winslow division, has return ed here from a month's outing on the Pacific coast. Passenger trains of tonight will ar rive a trifle more regular than In the pasf several days. No 1 Is one hour and thirty minutes late, No. 7 on time, No. 8 thirty minutes late. Montague Stevens, the western So corro county stock raiser and farmer, came In today from the south on the delayed passenger train, to visit Mrs. Stevens, who Is sojourning In the city. Mrs. W. H. Bartlett and Miss P. L. Robertson passed through the city late yesterday afternoon for Santa Fe, af ter a ten days' visit at Zunl, Acoma and the Enchanted Meea In Valencia county. A carload of Coaabella valley, Cali fornia, cantaloupes ,-( passed tnrough the city on the delayed train from the .,,. ... ... . . soutn th,s afternoon, en route to Chi cago and Kansas City markets. Ex press Agent W. D. McFerran and force were buhy re-Icing the car. I Mrs. H. Doyle, of Leaven worth, I Kansas, and Juanita. daughter of D. J. Rankin, left this afternoon for the for- mer's home. Mrs. Doyle has been in the city some time visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Rankin. Miss Juantta will spend the summer with her grand mother. A boy at Holbrook got to monkey ing around ...e cars last night, a-nd Just as the train moved away he fell from the platform of a car. Result, one leg run over and he was other wise Injured. Dr. Brown, the com pany's physician, came down to Hol brook on today's No. 2, and no doubt amputated the boy's leg. J. E. Hanway, traveling representa tive for the Topeka State Journal, and son, were In the city yesterday and last night. Mr. Hanway was a passen ger on one of the In-Iated trains, which were held at Cerrlllos and Waldo, day iH'fore yesterday, and one of the unfor tunates, who went all day without any thing to eat just liecause of a Utile inexperience and misjudgment on the part of some misguided official, who underestimated the magnitude of the Herlow freight wreck. New Mexico & a tataiatat ataataaat Light, Handsome, Easily Cleaned! Also a Fine Line of.... POCKET SPIT CUPS AND FILLERS ... in Quantity COMING Forty-eight Hours of Good Time at the Mammoth (UJmiioBV I I Labor celebration ALBUQUERQUE JULY 4-5 Two days of Music, Mirth and Merriment H M M H Two days of Racing, Baseball and Fireworks iM vH M iM Two days of Con tinuous Picnic iHotiM Absolutely the FIRST Exhibition of DAY LIGHT FIREWORKS Ever given in the greaj Southwest, with a j stupendous pyrotech nic display on the night of the Glorious Fourth You've been promis ing yourself a good time. You'll find it at the fair grounds, July J 4th and 5tht ysw uiai La AND BRING THE I BABIES Albert Faber 305 RAILROAD AVENUE, GRANT BUILDING 00 Headquarters for Carpets, Linoleum, Matting, Curtains, Blankets and House Furnishing Goods. When You Look at Our COPVKIONr We are showing the latest patterns direct from the leading carpet manufacturers -all new and up-to-date goods for up-to-date people. We want you to examine our goods and prices in Linoleum, Oil Cloth, Matting anl rugs. Wo offer some special good values and can 6ave you money. Os0Cs0x eTo m x ZEICxER CAFE QUIOKEL & BOTHE, Proprietors BAR AND FINEST WHISKIES, IMPORTED A OOMESTIC WIN. COGNAC The Coolest and Hlghsst Grade of Lager serve. Finest and Best Imported and Oomeetlo Cigars n iifwwwienosn FURNITURE , -DSP- NEW AND SECOND HAND Borradaile & Co., 117 0'ii Avenut FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXK O. U S DEPOSITORY Depository for the Santa Fe Pacific and the Atchison, ToJ peka and Santa Fe Railway Companies. Authorized Capital .$500,000.00 Paid up Capital, Surplus and profits $200,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Joshua S. Raynolds, president; M. W. Flournoy, vice presi dent; Frank McKee, cashier; H. F. Raynolds, AH. McMillan. YOUR SPRING SHIRTS Plain White Fancy St. iped Manhattan Shirts Ear. & Wilson: Pure Linen Shiits BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR St.OO'Jo S2.SO a suit Pajamas at all prices Fancy Hose In all styles BATHING SUITS for MEN AND BOYS Sweet. Orr Pants and Overalls Nelson S3. SO Shoes The Leading Clothier In New Mexico CARPETS YOU SEE THE FINEST CAR PET DISPLAY EVER MADE IN ALBUQUERQUE AND AL. SO THE BEST CARPET VAL- j UES EVER OFFERED ,OsjOaWaK54K3JC CJLUB ROOMS . 'aVTrav toaforj - CROCKERY DUPLEX and SANITARY MATTRESSES CAMPING OUTFITS I Z OLD 'RMONk. If ' - NKWrHONLXIS ff erroTBT5T5X8XB BTSitfTS V!? iT5 54 rtFtT ?rrToToTriJTTroT5