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TUESDAY, DECEMBER n,
A LBUQUHKQUK RVKK1NO CITIZEN.
THE EVENING CITIZEN
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The Citizen Publishing Company
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Official Paper of Bernalillo County
and City of Albuquerque.
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D7y 6y Carrier, 60c per month
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attr at tha low rata at mti prr waak. or for 60
aata Mnu. whea paid month ly.
AJTertlilflf Iiiet Madi Inown on Application
i will eanfar favar by notifrtnr u
aatfaljr aa any aow-dahyary of tha papar.
aVB btaii and rarnittanraa ahould ba addmaed to
Taa Oram Fubumhno Con r amy. Drafta.
la. Kaatantc and ainiaaa monry ordrrs
ba aaada payaUa ta the ardar at tha
Aofvmatle I S3 Colorado 15
"She's not an especially handsome
jtirt. Her greatest beauty lies In her
'Lies In It? Oh. yes. I see what
jron mean! False hair."
Hard Luck for Los Angelea Folk.
A good, broad highway, serviceable
under all conditions of weather, is an
absolute necessity. There is today no
Kood road which leads out of the city
in aay direction. Los Angeles (Cal.)
"You don't love me any more," said
the beautiful young actress."
"Indeed, I do," lie insisted. "You
are bound to me with ties of steel."
Which was enough to convince any
Buffalo Dill's friends iu the west
y his recent letters to his wife have
leen signed "Willie." Undoubtedly
Hill intends to retire.
Tod Sloan Is in vaudeville. His ex
perience as a jockey will be of value
He can give his act a hot finish.
"James," she asked her husband,
"do I talk In my isleep?'
"I don't know, my dear," replied
James, "but I am almost certain you
talk in my sleep."
"The fat men in our .town have
formed a tlub and won't admit any
man who weighs less than 210
"I suppose they feel that they com
pose the city's swell society?"
Tha Villaoe Cutuns.
Edna Stainfteld played "hookie" on
Jrlday, attending Paulding affairs.
Elmer Wilson played "bookie" the
Ethel Seeley occupied a front sent
at school the other day for talking too
The high school pupils are lots bet
ter than they were last year. There
used to be 10 or 11 punished In a day,
while now about 3. Antwerp (O.)
In Shopping Days.
"Mother, dear mother, come home with
The clock In the steeple strikes
You said you would finish your sho
ping by five.
But. mother, you are up to old
Father, poor father, stands over the
The sweat from his troubled brow
Tiie nelghlxirs have pulled all the win
dow, shades down.
They're frightened by poor father's
Mother, dear mother, come home with
Poor father has burned up the
He's frying the coffee and baking the
And stirring the soup with a raks.
Mother, dear mother, please, mother
The baby's forgotten your face.
Poor father has asked me to act as
He fears you can't find the old
BODY OF UNKNOWN
MAN FOUND ON PLAINS.
The body of nn unknown man was
found last Friday by FateJCrawlurd
fin the ridge between Dagger draw
and the house at McMillan dam. Mr
Crawford was out looking after some
traps he had set for wolves when he
happened on the body. The remains
appeared to have lain about two weeks
or more, the fingers having been eat
n by rats, or other animals. Imme
diately on discovering the corpse
Crawford went to the house at the
dam and Jack James, who resides at
the dam, phoned the sheriff's office,
and the body was brought In by Dep
uty Ray. A Jury composed of M. J.
Murray, W. Hess. A. B. Selgner. K.
Hendricks, J. D. Cantrell and Juo.
1 loll on viewed the body and brought
in a verdict of death from cause to
the Jury unknown. A half pint bottle
r whisky with a small drink taken
from it and a small bottle of water
were found on the body and $13.1)0 In
cash. A card with the name "Smith
Hall" written on the back was also
found. The man seemed to have been
about thirty-live years old, was quite
well dressed and was about five feet
ten Inches tall. The county Interred
the remains. Carlsbad Sun.
For Cracked Hands.
Itoiifcli akin and cracked hands are
nt.t .nlf Mii...l I... II,. M'iti'a ll-j'..,l
Salve, but an occasional application'
ill keep the skin soft and btnooth.
Hest for Eczema, Cuts. Hums, Moils.
Ktc, The genuine l;Witt'a Witch
Hazel Salve affords immediate relief
in all forms of Biiiid, Bleeding. Itch
ing and Pmtrudiug Pilee. Sold by al
Of course you ar,- .liiK ast. Vny
not? The holiday rates are low. Afek
,it S inta Fa ticket office for full Vr
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TORTURED FEET AND
A BEAUTIFUL CHURCH
CONGRESSMAN TAWNEY WRITES OF THE CHRISTMAS MORNING
MOST IMPRESSED ON HIS MIND A NINE-YEAR-OLD
BOY'8 FESTIVE DAY.
By the Hon. James A. Tawney,
Republican House Leader In the Fifty-ninth
Karly Christmas recollections are
associated in my mind always with
the picture of a great and beautiful
church lighted in every part with
wax candles thousands of wax ta
pers a surpliced choir and the
strains of a wonderful organ; this
picture against the background of
a cold black morning before sun-up,
of frozen, rutty roads, of a bleak,
north wind, a breakfast of ginger
cookies, and a pair of stiff and
crumpled boots which made every j
step of a three-mile trudge through!
the darkness a twinge of exquisite!
1 was 9 years old. My brother
was 12, and with superior strength
and determination he overruled my
desire, due to the boots, to turn
back for home. The trouble arose
from the fact thnt we had tallowed
the boots the- night before, and the
tallow had hardened; It was neces
sary to suffer until the warmth of
the foot melted the tallow and
made the boots less torturesome. So
we plodded on.
It was our first Christmas festiv
ity. We lived on a farm two miles
from Bonneouville, In Adams county,
Pennsylvania, and brother had con
ceived the Idea of going to mass at
the Catholic church three miles dis
tant. For this purpose we had risen
before 3 o'clock In the morning, had
quietly abstracted some cakes from
the jar in the cellar, and. as I have
described, painfully I trudged to
the town with the big church.
It seemed big to the 9-year-old
THIEF LAID LOW BY
BLOW FROM A PISTOL
OFFICER THOMAS MAKES AN IM
PORTANT CAPTURE AT SANTA
FE DEPOT MEXICAN ROBS A
WOMAN OF VALISE.
a vai so. containing, ciommg. jew-
eiry ami vaiuauie papers was stolen
"i ? L'M , " an.lml" vv. uoiiiiy.
oi rraiiKiin. i.a., at me oaina re ue-
pot panimay mgm, says tne r.i raau
About 1 o'clock Sumlay
special sania re umeer i nomas
came across two Mexicans near some
ox cars in the Santa Fe yards. One
me men pn on. um tne omer was
stopped by being hit over the head
wiia a Blx-siiooter. He gave his name
t-C . , "
..it- .o.iotr ..i,B.
w-as found w-here the otflcer came upon
wie men. ne coninnis nau ueen
taKeil Otlt ami lllVKIed into tWO UUU-
dies. If the officer had arrived five
minutes later the Mexicans would
have gotten away with the booty.
ie vBiixe ami tonieiiis were re-
stored to Airs, noddy, wno, ar-er ine
iiom tneit, nad returned to her notei.
Mrs. Roddy, with three children,
went to the Santa Fe depot for th
purpose oi ooanung a train tor ias
Cilices, N. M., whtre she was going
ioi ner neaun. wnen sne reacnea me
uepot a .Mexican offered to carry her
valise to the train, which at that time delivered to the assignee was realized
was pulling in. She declined the of- n BI,j is on hana, being $18,405.04 in
fer. but the man was persistent, and excess of the two-thirds realization as
caugiit hold of the valise. Mrs. Roddy required by law; that the expense of
was a little suspicious, and held to converting the real estate, merchau
one of the straps. Getting up to thejdise and book accounts. Into cash. In
traln. the man placed the valise on I elusive of office' expenses, clerk hire,
the platform, but stood near. Whenand court costs, was only 10 per cent
Mrs. Roddy turned her head a moment I of the cash realized,
the Mexican grabbed the valise and An able statement as to how the
disappeared In the darkness. I sheep, which owing to the drought of
i ne rouuery was reMirted immedi-i
ately to the police station and officer!
were sent to Investigate. A full de
scription of the thief was furnished by
Mrs. Roddy. The officers, after sev
tral hours of hard work, failed to find
tile man, ami then turned the case
over to Officers Meers and Thomas
of the Santa Fe. Nothing was seen of
the man . until 1 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, when Officer Thomas came upon
him and his partner near some box
cars. The man who got away is the
supposed thief who grabbed the valise
from Mrs. Roddy. The Mexican who
was knocked down and captured by
Officer Thomas is supposed to have
been Implicated in the robbery nnd
assisted In making away with the
This Is the boldest robbery at anj:
of the depots in the city for a long
time, and' the officers intend to pros
ecute Sala.ar to the full extent of the
law. He is charged with the theft of
Not being able to furnish bond, the
prisoner was locked up in the county
A Fearful Fate.
It is a fenrful fate to have to en
dure the terrible torture of piles. "I
can truthfully say," writes Henry
t'olson. of Masonville, Iowa, "that for
Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Protrud
iiiK Piles, Bucklin's Arulca Salve is
the bei cure made. Also best for
cuts, burns and injuries; 25c at all
DROPS DEAD IN
STORE IN SILVER CITY.
Si. George Robinson, one of the old
business men of Silver City, dropped
dead in a dmg sime while waiting for
the dniKgist fill prescription.
Hun t drug the srmai-n in cure a
i-oiiii. One Minute ('iiul'Ii Cure cuts
the mucus, draws the inflammation
out of the throat, lunws and bronchial
tubes, heals, soolbes and cures. A
quii l; cure for Croup and Whooping
Cough. Sold by all druggets.
AGED MEXICAN IS
FROZEN TO DEATH.
An old Mexican by the name of j
Linieic Gonzales was found frozen t;
death on the Mogollon road a fewl
miles this side of the (iila river. Grant j
county. Tae old man bud evidently
I.ihi his way and got caught in 'hei
fierce storm which was tuning in that
faction tbi' first pan ol the weel,
The Season of Indigestion.
'l b, season of indices' ion is upon
us. Kudol Dyspepsia Cure for ludl
u. !; ii ai d Dyspepsia will do every
'!rn: fur (he stomach that an over
loaded or over-worked stomach can
lint do f"r itself. Kodol digests hat
you eat nives the stomach a rest
rc!iecs smir stomach, belching, heart
burn. itnliK' stion, etc.
BRIGH"T WELL CURED OAT
HAY. CONTAINS ALL THE GRAIN.
CLARKVILLE PRODUCE CO., 602
SOUTH FIRST STREET.
J AS. A. TAWNEY.
boy. And It seemed gorgeous in Us
Illumination. Wax candles I never
had heard of; and so many 1 never
dreamed existed. We edged iu
with the crowd and stood at the
rear of the church, and my boy eyes
drank In a scene which never has
been nor probably will be forgot
ten. It wai wonderful, spectacular,
dramatic to me, and that picture
punctuates the vista of past Christ
mas days like a striking work of art
In a gallery of vaguely remembered
PROPER I Y IMO CASH
AND THEN JUAN SANTISTEVAN
MADE ASSIGNMENT OF WHAT
WAS LEFT TO HIS CREDITORS.
The report of A. R. Manby, on the
nilmni8tration of estate of Juan
Santlstevani assigned 'was filed with
,he district court at Sanla Fe, last
Kriday. It contains some matters of
8,a,.tilnir mm,r, .... ,., UUUHUili
interest to the creditors of the estate.
Among other things it is reported
n.,t (h(? a!tsiKnm. , aaiitlstevan .shortly
jor t(J ,,)(, aHi,;K,im,.nti converted all
hlH ,,. int . v.iit..,m
Bm.cifl(,,i waVli. ,1,., K(.r,.i ,. so
rt.aUztMl on. together with the moneys
,i,.1K.Kit0(I ,,, TaoH County bank,
of which Santlstevan was the proprle
lor; reached u um or $i;i,t21.12, in
cash no ,)H1.t ,)f whk. nas ,,VPr bt,en
accounted for by Santlstevan, and
.lint sni.l KmiiU r Mrn.imM.rn nrmn
lze(i Ult(,(.r lhp aW!, f the territory,
ha8 contributed no assets to liquidate
t8 ,i,.uts. The Inference is plainly
ma)e that Santlstevan when he as-
Hlgned, hail concealed and reserved
at)01 Kxly thousand dollars In cash,
which ne wthheld and still withholds
from his creditors. An investigation
an, a receiver of Hit
iinnu a,a ottL.,H for
The report further shows that SO
ner optU flf ,i, nut faro of nil asset
ino2 hud become an apparently value-
less asset and menace to the estate,
were finally convened into a valuable
net gain for the estate is set forth.
The report consists of 32 pages, of
closely priuted matter. Includes, a
summary of all moneys received and
disliursed by the assignee up to No
vember 30," 1905, and. Is one of the
most complete, clear and business like
statements ever submitted to a court
and creditors, and Mr. Manby la en
titled to be complimented for Its thor
oughness. n Mad Chase.
Millions rush In mad chase after
health, from one extreme of fa.ldlsm
to another, when, if they, would only
eat good food and keep their bowels
regular with Dr. Kiug's New Life
Pills, their troubles would all pass
away. Prompt relief and quick cure
for liver and stomach trouble; 25c at
any drug store; guaranteed.
If you are too fat it le because your food
turns to fat instead of muscle strength.
If you are too lean the fat producing foods
that you eat are not properly digested and
Lean, thin, stringy people do not hare
enough Pepsin in the stomach, while fat
people have too much Pepsin and aat
tontains all tha digestive juicee thst are
(ounj jn healthy stomach, and In
sxactly those proportions necessary te
enable the stomach and digestive organs
to digest and assimilate all foods that mai
be eaten. Kodol is not only a perfect
! digestanL but it Is a raconib-uctive. tis
sue building tonio as well. Kodol cures
Indigsstion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn, Palpitation of the Heart and
Constipation. You will like it
Ditfests What You Eat
Rests the stomach, rebuilds the
tissues and givss firm Assn.
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tomm aa aaa a. la
toi.l, r aa Mat iia-
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inlwf .1 S.S.B.
For sale by a.' I druggists.
YOU WANT HELP OF ANY KIND?
If so, we can secure It for you by a small
Z want ad. in The
One Cent Per Word Insertion
and you can rely upon It, as we hava not failed before, that your
money It not thrown away. We hav also rented hundreds of houses
by our want ads, as well as sold nearly everything we hava adver
tised through them.
TTf TPHl JVT tha Western Union or Postal Tele
1 L t. f ii J iW graph 0fn e for an A. D. T. messenger
boy. and send your ad with the casJi to The Citixen office, or tale
phone direct, or call, and the ad will appear according to your wish.
WANTED Clean rags, .nqulr a
The Cmen office.
WANTED A canvasser and solicitor
on commission and wages. Address,
XX.. this office. .
WANTED Man to take orders To?
trees and plants; good pay; cash
weekly. Address. M. J. Cullen.clty.
WANTED Room or rooms furnished
for light housekeeping; good health,
no children. Address, M. J. C, this
WANTED IJirge and small grain
sacks by Clarkville Produce Com
pany, for cash. 620 South First
WANTED Geutlemen a second-hand
clothing. No. 515 South First street
south of viaduct. Send address anil
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor
WANTED A man or man and wife,
to take care of ranch close in;
nicely fixed up for chickens and
cows, or will rent very cheap to
good tenant. Apply on premises
1115 North Arno street. I Mar
rinan. FOR RENT
rWlU5NT--FTverooin house, with
bath; furnished. 217 North Walter
FOR RENT A new four-room brick
house. No. 1019 North Second
street. Henry Ooetz.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms;
bath and electric lights. Gehtlemen
preferred. Garcia bldg., 504 West
FOR RENT Apartments in Paik
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H
H. Tilton. room 19. Grant block.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
housekeeping; electric light and
bath; most desirable location In
Highlands. 20S South Arno street.
FOR SALE First-class saddle ant
bridle. 21fi South Second street.
SELL. RENT Oil TRADE L,ist your
property with T. L. McSpadden, 300
South Broadway. -
FOR SALE .Must leave town, an
will sell my piano at a bargain. Ad
dress, B. O., this office.
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good busi
ness for city property. T. L. Mc
Spadden. 300 South Broadway.
FOR SALE A , handsome Hardmau
piano, In fine condition and almost
new, at a bargain. For particu
lars, call at this office.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Are you In
terested in mines? I have some
said to be good deals. Talk with
me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 S. Broad
FOR SALE A first-class, double-bar-
reled, 12-gauge shotgun; bran new;
never has been used: one of th
best makes. Call at The Citizen of
flee for particulars.
FOR SALE Large, seven-room fram
house, arranged for one or two fam
Hies. Large cellar; water In house;
large barn, at the low price of
$l,tio0; located on the Highlands.
Ternis; N. Peach & Co., real es
tate dealers, 208 '4 West Gold avenue.
FOUND Two keys attached together
with cord. Owner can secure some
by calling at this office and paying
for this notice.
TO EXCHANGE Good improved city
property for vacant lots. T. L. Mc
Spadden. 300 South Broadway.
TO EXCHANGE I have some ranches
to trade for city property. T. L.
McSpadden, 300 South Broadway.
McSPADDEN The exchange man,
See htm for business exchanges.
3QQ South Broadway.
Give Your Stomach Rest.
Nothing will cnr indigestion that
doesn't digest the food, itself, and
give the stomach rest. You can't e
pect that a weak stomach will regain
its strength and get well when it la
compelled to do the full work that a
sound stomach should do. Yon
wouldn't expect a sick horse to get
well when It is compelled to do a full
day s work every day of the week
j Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect dl
i gestnnt and digests the food regard
less of the condition of your stomaca,
Relieves Indigestion, Belching, Sour
Stomach, and all stomach disorders.
Sold by all druggists.
e e e e ' f e 4
e FOR THIS WEEK.
4 Our Great Lino of Furs Will Be
e Priced at Cost.
e B. ILFELD & CO.
9. . . ft . t. t ft
The Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Rev. O
D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church
of Harpersville, N. Y., will interest
you. He says: "I suffered agonies
because of a persistent cough, re
sulting from the grin. I tried to
sleep sitting up In bed. I tried many
remedies without relief until I took
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, which
entirely cured my cough nnd saved
me from consumption." A grand curei
for diseased conditions of the Throat
and lungs. At nil druggists. Price
5(lc -and $1. guaranteed. Trial bot
20 per cent off for cash all week
long. Don't miss this golden oppor
tunity to buv furniture.
J .1). EMMONS.
Clea- the' Way.
The n.Issiou or "Early Risers" Is
to clear the way and give Nature full
sway. These famous little pills rid
the stomach and bowels of all putrid
matter, thus removing the causes of
headache, constipation, sallow com
plexion. etc. lie Witt's Little Early
Risers never gripe or sicken. A safe,
pleasant, perfect pill. Mack Hamilton,
hotel clerk at Valley City, N. I).,
says: "Two bottles of these Famous
Little Pills cured me of chronic con
stipation." Sold by all druggists.
for The Citizen and get
fitting Citizen. It only costs
Money Co Loan
On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and aa high
as $200.00. Loans are quickly Bade
ami strictlv urivate. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re-J
main in your possession, uur tates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
THE HOUSEHOLD bUAN U.
Steann-hip tickets to and from all
parts oi tne worm.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
PROFESSIONAL CAR US
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Rooms 15 and 16, Grant block, over
he Goldeu Rule Dry Goods company.
Both 'phones. Appointments made by
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office
hours, 8; 30 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30
p. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 462. Ap
pointments made by mall.
Bernard S. Rodey.
N. M. Prompt attention given to ail
business pertaining to the profession
Will practice in all courts of the terri
tory and before the United State
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 32 F street
N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions,
lands, patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patents, trade marks, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
que, N. M. Oince, rirsi .-auuuiM
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office Crom
well block, Albuquerque, N. M.
John H. Stingle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Suite 16, N
T. Armijo building, Albuquerque
F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling
ford, rooms 46-47, Barnett building
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones.
. D. F. McCrolling.
Civil engineering, surveying an
drafting. 209 Railroad avenue. Auto
matic "phone 740.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
A. L. Morgan.
THE INDEPENDENT CONTRAC
TOR AND BUILDER Estimates' are
cheerfully furnished; joh work solic
ited. Automatic phone, 724; shop at
911 North Second street, Albuquer
que, N. M.
A. L. MAHAFFEY, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Room 25, Whiting building, over
Vann's drug store. ' Atltouiatic
DR. R. ' MUST,
Office, 6-8, N. T. Armijo Bldg.
Tuberculosis treated with Iligh
Frequency Electrical Current and Ger
micide. Treatments given each day
from 8 a. m. to 4 p. nn. Trained nurse
In attendance. Both 'phones.
DR. J. D. NUSBAUM
Practice limited to diseases of Nose,
Throat and Lungs.
Rooms 14 and 15, Grant Blk. Office
Hours, 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Telephones: - Colo. 154; Auto. 272.
C. H. CONNOR, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. AH diseases successfully
treated. Office in Barnett building
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng
llsli, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
DAY AND EVENING SESSION.
For particulars, call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secy.
Library liuilding, East Railroad ave
CORBET & COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
States Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
East side of I'laza, Santa Fe. N. M.
RAILROAD TICKETS. -.
For reduced rates to und from all
point-, go to Paulsen's Association
Rialroad ticket office. Railroad tickets
bought, sold and exchanged. '
H. W. S. Otero,
I'nited States Court Commissioner.
703 West Silver avenue. Will attend
to matters before the land office.
"For seven year," writes (, .Oo
W. Hoffman, of Harper, Wasu
hud a bitter battle, whh euro. "
stomach and liver trouble, but at la.
I won and cured my diseases by the
use of Electric Bitters. I unhesitat
ingly rccimiineud them to all, and
don't Intend in the future (o be with
out them in the house. They are
certainly a wonderful mediclue, vo
have cured such a bad cae as mine."
Sold under guarantee to do the same
for you, by all druggists, at 50c a
bottle. Try them today.
Inventory Sale all week. Price
Slashing the motto. Everything from
the necessities to the luxuries at
EMMONS' FURNITURE STORE.
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Interest Allowed on
With Ample Means and
Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation, and
Accounts Capital, $190,000.00.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President. W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier
W.J.Johnson, Asst. Cashier. Wm. Mcintosh J. C. Baldridge
Solomon Luna A. M. Blackwell George Arnot O. E. Cromwell
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Director.
JOSHT7A 8. RAYNOLDS , President
M. W. FLOURNOT Ytce Preatdeat
FRANK McKEE , Cashier
R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier
H. I REYNOLDS Director
U. . DEPOSITORY. J 9.;'.'
Authorised Capital .' , $5M,00.M
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,OOO.Of
Depository for Atchison, Topeka, ft Santa Fe Railway Company
We bare nad a very satisfactory growth since the establishment
of our bank. If you are not one of our customers, we souls like
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
O. N. MARRON, President. D. A. McPKERSON, Tie PreaMea.
J. B. HERN DON, Cashier. ROT McDONALD, AMltta, Cashier.
) "OLD RELIABLE"
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Flour, Grain and Provisions
Carries the Largest and Most
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
2 Cents, Not More Than 4 Cents
That is not a big price to make
you comfortable. Would you
give it to prevent a cold?
It's done this way:
A GAS HEATER
A FEW FEET OF GAS
This will make any room comfortable. It will prevent a cold every
time. The evenings and mornings are chilly now. Hut ou do not
wish to start the furnace some pleasant weather still due. Reasons
enough for having a gas heater. All sizes ready for instant use.
The Albuquerqua Gas, Electric Light & Power Company
WE FILL 5 IvlJlMMSi
PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE 1.
At Consistent Prices 203 W. Riilroad Ave. ,
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.1. C. MATjORI IHi K
NATIVE AMD CHICAOt LUMBER
"a' HERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING PAPER Alwsys
Covers more, looks best, wears 8tofk Ja.ter, Lime. Ceaieri.
longest, most economical, full J
measure. Paint, pass. Sash Doors, ete
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUE HCtV r. U. :
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Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
ALBUQUERUE, N. M.