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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 19C
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Interesting Items From
Many, Lands For
MARRIAGES AND MEMORIALS
Fins Rejoice in Freedom,
Hungarians Still Struggle
For That Blessing.
HUNDRliD YEAR CELEBRATIONS
Washington, D. C, Deo. 20. The
naval board which went to south
Brooklyn to inspect the Curtis tur
bine at the Bliss works with a view to
observing its operation and the econ
omy of the s ystem as applied to mo
tive power for the new battleships
has submitted a report. The board
found much to Interest the members
and the junior officers who accom
panied it, and there is every prospect
that something will come out of the
turbine principle. There are ad
vantages already In that system, hut
there remains more things to be de
Bired In the application of the tur
bine to naval uses. The turbine mak
ers are rapidly advancing toward the
desired end of economy In the ex
penditure of fuel and oil, and it is
along the line of getting- down to
cruising speed with small loss of fuel
that experts are working. It has not
"been decided whether the Kirbitiw
shall be adopted for one of the battle
ships, but it is believed vthat the
naval board on construction will de
ride In favor of the system. It may
be necessary to await further devel
opment, as the naval engineers are
inclined to think that the turbine, in
Its present state of efficiency. Is not
altogether satisfactory. Such changes
are being made all the time, o that
It U believed the improvements will
soon place the turbine In the class
with the reciprocating engine for
naval uses. The report of the board
wliich visited south Brooklyn does
not, by any means, settle the ques
tion, but throws a much more favor
able light upon the turbine proKsl
tion than anything else.
FINNISH DIET ASSEMBLES
AND FINLAND REJOICES.
Halsingfors, Finland, Dec. 20. The
Finnish diet was reopened here today.
The poulation is highly enthusiastic
over the overthrow of the tyrannical
yoke of the Russians, and the restor
ation of Finlanr's ancient rights and
freedom. The dictatorship has been
abolished, the manifesto of February
15, 18119. has been annulled and the
Hiatus existing in Finland liefore the
Russian government began to curtail
the freedom of the nation has been
restored. Enormous crowds surround
d the parliament building, where the
diet met, ail day, and everywhere the
manifested their Joy over the national
emancipation of Finland.
RAILWAY EMPLOYES WILL
STAND BY MANAGERS.
Chicago, 111., Dec. 20. The railroad
employes tn every branch of service
are determined to oppose the passage
of laws in accordance with President
Roosevelt's idea of rate legislation.
Some time ago, thp Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen, the Order of Ra.il-
NJ1 Conductors, the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers, the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen, and
Switchmen's Union, discussed the
matter, and appointed committees for
the purpose of bringing about con
certed action on the part of the five
large organizations. A committee,
composed of representatives of te
tier last afternoon to discuss the
five organizations held a meeting
matter and decide upon some pla
of holding a mass meeting of railroad
employes for the purpose of protest
iag against the proposed legislation.
In their opinion such legislation would
mean a subsequent reduction in wages
and they will make every effort to
prevent tin- passage of such a law.
It Is believed that a. strong lobby will
be sent to Washington to work
against rate legislation.
ONE HUNDRED YEARS.
Georgetown, S. C, Dtc. 2c One
hundred years ago yesterday, George
town, then a hamlet with half a doen
houses, was incorporated, and in
honor of the oue hundredth anniver
sary tlve whole city, whieu now has
about 7.000 inhabitants, celebrated.
The whole towu aii In holiday attire.
All i bile buildings and nearly every
4 house and private residence
orated with flags and burning
many windows pictures or his
nterest were exhibited. The
of cannon announced the be
of the Jubilee at daybreak
in an early hour visitors
began to arrive here from all di
rections. Kvery train brought largo
numbers and others came from the
surrounding districts on horseback or
In vehicles of every kind. All the
shipping craft In the harbor was gaoy
flagged and maneuvered nil day long,
making the view of the harbor highly
attractive. Thp program for the cele
bration included a parade In the after
noon, with several bands of music,
and a numlxT of floats, am, ng theni
some with historical- groups. The
Third Regiment, the crack mlllitsiry
organization here, took part In tne
parade, and Governor Hayward and
his entire staff reviewed the march
ers. After the parade there was a big
public meeting. Several prominent
speakers addressed the crowd, and
a historical sketch of Georgetown was
read. In the evening occurred a
a magnificent display of fireworks
and a large public reception.
Georgetown was incorporated by an
act of the general assembly of South
Carolina on the 1!lh day or December,
1MI.V its first intendant was Major
John Keith, a soldier citizen of sterl
ing worth, whose portrait adorns the
NEW YORK BREEDERS
HOLD STATE MEETING.
Syracure. N. Y., Dec, 20. The first
annual meeting of the New York
State Breeders'- Association opened
here yesterday at the state armory
with a large attendance of members
from all parts of the state. Presi
dent Mllo H. Olln of Terry opened
the session and delivered his annual
address. J. D. Smallwood of Warsaw
delivered an address on "Fair Man
agement in Relation to the State Ap
propriation." The address was after
wards discussed by F. B. Buckley of
Schaghticoke and Frank D. Ward of
Batavia. The meeting will last for
three days and many prominent ex
perts will deliver addresses at the
different sessions. Among the speak
ers on the program are Lieutenant
Governor M. Linn Bruce, Prof. Willet
M. Rays of Washington, I). C; Prof.
H. H. Wing of Cornell, Prof. P. G.
Holden of Iowa State College, Amas,
la.; J. D. Jaequlns, president of the
State Poultry Association; Prof.
Samuel Fraser of Cornell, and others.
The exhibition of cattle of various
breeds, held in connection with this
meeting, will open In the afternoon.
During the three days of the meet
ing there will also be special meet
ings of the various breeders' associa
tions, making a specialty of certain
breeds of cattle and hogs. The meet
ing and exhibition are among thie
most Important of their kind in the
east and are attracting a great deal
of Interest. Many valuable prizes will
be awarded. 1
THE BRIDE A LADY
OF MANY ANCESTORS.
New York, Dec. 20. The Church
of the Ascension will be the scene of
a highly fashionable wedding this
afternoon, when Miss Marie Suzetle
de Marigny Hall, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Cornelius Hull, and
Charles Schuveldt Dewey will be
married In the presence of a large
and fashionable assemblage of friends
and relatives of the two families.
Miss Hall belongs to a distinguished
family. She is a great-granddaughter
of the late Mrs. John Randolph
Grymes, of Grynies Hall, Staten
island, and a grand-niece of the late
Mrs. Samuel Ward and Mrs. Louis
von Hoffman. Among her other an
cestors were Governor William C. C.
Claiborne of Louisiana, Philip K.
Thomas, who was the first president
of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Her great-great-grandfather was the
Murquis Mandeville de Marigny of
New Orleans, who entertained Louis
Philippe when ho wns In this coun
try. Miss Hall's attendants will be Mrs.
C. B. Ely and the Misses Agnes Hall,
Elizabeth Hudson, Lily Wilson. Wini
fred Burnett, Gladys Templeton,
Fdvth l.lpninc.ott, Edith Chappell and
CONSIDER PIE COUNTER.
Little Rock, Ark., Dec. 2o. The
most important session held by the
Republican State Central Committee
during the past four years was called
to order by H. L. Rammal, the chair
man of the committee, this morning.
All the 8 members of the committee
were present when the roll was call
ed. The object of the meeting is to
decide on the distribution of the large
number of federal offices In which
the terms of the present Incumbents
expires within the next few months.
This number Includes nearly all the
important federal offices In tho slate,
as well as between thirty and thirty
five presidential posloffices. Judging
from present Indications there will be
contests for nearly all the offices and
the committee will have a rather
stormy time of it. It lK expected that
the biggest fight will be made over
the marshalship of the. eastern dis
trict. H. L. Rammal and Col. A. S.
Fowler have both been carrying on a
spirited fight and both are confident
of success. Another question, which
will come up before the committee,
will be what shall be done with tho
negro element, which is demanding a
large share of the patronage.
Cleveland, O., Dec. 20. If the
plans of the men who represent
Cleveland in the Mate legislature are
carried out, tho city will soon under
take an enormous task, which will
greatly increase the waler front facil
ities of the city and add 550 acres
of valuable land to the city. It is
proposeu to ru m about 550 acres of
land, now submerged by water, to
build out into the lake about fifty
piers for the handling of freight, con
siruet a railroad lutuie under the
whole city, to extend the breukwaler
and add other valuable improvements
it is estimated that the work would
cost about $35,000,000, or which the
national government would pay about
$4,500,000. According to conservative
estimates the 650 acres of submerged
anil on tho lake front would repre
sent a value of about $22,OOo,Ooo.
FIRST PUBLIC SCOOL.
Washington, I), c. Ihi: 20. The
me hundredth anniversary of the es-
'ariiisnniein f the first public fcchoo
in una city is celebrated here today
by appropriate exercises in the vari
ous schools, in connection with the
celebration nil exhibition of the work
of tho. pupils in the various grades is
held. The main exhibit Is in the new
Business High School which has not
ei lieen placed (u commission. The J
iimnuai i mining work is shown in
the McKinley and Armstrong Manual
Training schools and die colored
graded and high school is holding
an ixhibitiou in the M street high
NUMBER YOnHoFsEa FOR
TWENTY FIVE CENTS. SEE HUD
bON, THE PAINTER.
Kansas City. Mo., Dec. 18. The cat
tle supply last week was larger than
expected, being 61,000 head, but the
great bulk of receipts sold at a dime
higher than during the previous week.
After Wednesday, however, buyers
were Induced' to purchase only after
strong concessions were made, and
prices on killing stuff closed the week
15 to 2!c lower. Stockers and feed
er were a shade higher up lo Thurs
day, but the last of the week they
were nlso quiet, and the week ended
about steady in this diss. In the
last month prices on country grades
have advnnccd 35 to 5oc. Some Pan
handle stockers sold last week at
flU5 that had previously been selling
here at 12 75 to $.1. The Panhandle
cows easily sold at $2.7".. Quite a
number of Colorado stockers and
feeders found readv sale at $11.45 to
$.1.75; a few at $1;" killers at $3.50 to
3. !'.". and cows at $2.75 to $.3.10. with
a few choice heifers at $3.5(1; range
bulls, $2 to $2.25. Christmas cattle
sold at fancv prices last week; steers
at $il.25 to $7.i5; heifers tit $5 lo $6;
veals. $7 to $7.25. The supply today
Is 11. Ooo head. The market Is steady
on killers and strong on country
The sheep and lamb market gained
10 to 20c ast week, niinougn tne re
celpts tre large, at. 27.HUO head. The
quality averaged very good and mar
kets were active. San Luis valley
yearlings sold at IB.fiO; lambs at7 to
$7.35; fed western wethers, $5.60 to
$6; ewes, $5 to $5.40.' The run today
were 6,000 head; market strong anu
active and everything sold early.
Nothing choice was included today.
except some fancy native lambs, at
$8. Some 65-iound lambs from Monte
Vista sold at $7.10; Arkansas valley
lambs at $7.25; medium class lot
orado fed lambs at $6.65: feeding
lambs at $6; Colorado fed wethers at
15. tin. The receipts are more than
double those of last, year at this sea
son, yet the demand is keen anu tne
outlook most promising.
Kansas City, Mo.. Dee. 15. Follow
ing were some sales of Colorado cat
tle at Kansas City this week:
Wyman Bros., Axial, Colo., 3fi steers.
1,0I3 pounds, $4; 20 cows, 1,065
G. Healy, Rifle, Colo., 10 killers,
956 pounds. $4.10; 23 feeders, 9X8
pounds, $3.65; 20 cows, 891 pounds,
G. L. Young. Carbondale, Colo., bi
stockers, 733 pounds, $3.75.
C. H. Harris, Carbondale, Colo., 39
stockers. 675 pounds, $3.40.
D. A. McConnell. Iloyleville, Colo..
57 yearlings, 461 iiounds, $3.75.
J. B. Monroe, Doyleville, Colo., 78
stockers, 726 iiounds, $3.95; 29 cows,
988 pounds, $3.25; 7 bulls, 1,447
S. S. Watson, Crookston. Colo., 40
stockers. 725 pounds, $3.75; 19 kil
lers, 1.062 pounds, $3.70.
F. Dunn, Crookston. Colo., 26 bows,
893 pounds $2.90; 29 stockers, ' 672
George Thornly, Delta, 21 feeders.
922 pounds, $3.70.
Sam Martin, Meeker, Colo., 29 stock
ers, 740 pounds, $3.60.
James Hicks, Sargento, Colo., 27
cows, 876 pounds, $2.65.
Royal Bros., Rocky Ford, Colo., 29
feeding heifers, 604 pounds, $2.50; 26
eanner cows, 764 pounds, $2.25.
Following were some sales of west
ern sheep and lambs at Kansas City
this week; i
Monday, December 11.
A Matliias. Monte Vista, Colo.. 509
yearlings, 73 pounds, $6.60; 52 lambs.
71 pounds, $7.35; 548 lambs, 71
.1. L. Hurt. Monte Vista, Colo., 1,332
lambs, 68 pounds, $7.20.
A. Yunt, Rocky Ford, Colo., 239
wethers, 89 pounds, $5.75.
Lockhart Live Stock Co., Rocky
Ford. Colo., 367 yearlings, 81 pounds.!
$6.10; 123 ewes, 89 pounds, $5.10.
J. R. Hasty. Lamar, Colo., 548 ewes,
100 pounds. $5.10; 794 lambs, 71
Tuesday, December 12.
A. D. Matliias, Monte Vista, Colo.,
224 yearlings, 78 pounds, $6.60; 562
Iambs, 73 pounds, $7.25; 546 lambs, 70
L. C. Swlnk. Rocky Ford, Colo., 407
ewes, 75 pounds, $4.90.
A. C. Mitchell, Lamar, Colo., 83C
ewe, 90 pounds, $5.15.
R. Mc.Manus, Monte Vista, Colo.,
541 lambs, 66 pounds, $7.30.
John Brltton, Monte Vista. Colo.,
8U lambs, 69 pounds, $7.
Wednesday, December 13."
A. 1). Mathias. Monte Vista, Colo.,
540 lainbs. 72 pounds. $7.
J. D. Robinson, Nebraska, 1,010
lambs, 68 pounds, $7.30.
M. A. Rogers, Kansas, 270 lambs,
70 pounds, $7.25.
Thursday, December 14.
A. W. Sylvester, Monte Vista, Colo.,
1.110 wethers, 92 pounds, $5.fio.
S. Mitchell, Alamosa, Colo, 544
feeding lambs, 62 pounds, $6.10.
TAKE IT IN TIME.
Just At Scores of People Have.
Waiting doesn't pay.
if you neglect the acaing back.
Urinary troubles, diabetes, surely
Doan's Kidney Fills relieve back
Cure every kidney 111.
Albuquerque citizens endorse them
Mrs. M. J. Butler, residence 717
East street, says: "When I went to
a city drug store for Doan's
Kidney pills. I had an attack of back
ache. U was only one of many which
caa annoyed me for two or three
years. At first they were mild, and
I expected that they would leave Just
as mysteifously as they came, but
with the passing of time the attacks
were more frequent and of longer du
ration. I used three boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills and was rewardod with
an entire cessation of the aching. Up
to date, and It is considerably over
six months since I stopped the treat
ment, there has not been a sign of
Eor sale by all delers. Price CO
ceuts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y.. sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
lake no other. 55
New Tailor Shop.
A .T MnreDI tha ,. ., n .. talln.
-- " - - ' v ' ' nun n it in i if i
has reopened a tailor shop on North
i . . . . i .
r irsi Hireei, wiiere ne is ready to
clean, press and repair ladies' and
gents' clothiug. Suits made to order.
Patronage of former customers solicit
PUT IN YiTUiT'oTass'to KEEP
OUT THE COLD. SEE HUDSON,
DO YOU WANT THE
NAME AND ADDRESS
of the man who rhould be working for you?
of the man win would gladly lend you money?
of the n: n vm wcuM like to buy your hors?
of the man who would buy an Interest In your business?
of the man who would buy that lot of ground?
of the man who would buy your old bicycle?
USjq Citi zen Want Ads, Ftixnisl you
with names and addresses
of people who are
'Necccssary to Your Prosperity"
. V Want tnmr inmll.i.la All .. - .1 I - . I
Akind ui ixwition you desire. Ofhcea In lit citica
Hapgoodt (Ino.), Brain Brokart
917 Chemical Building, St. Louis
W'aN TED Clean rags. nqulr a
The Citizfn office
WANTED A few more roomers at
Gold Avenue Hotel; $1.50 per week
WANTED A canvasser and solicitor
on commission and wages. Address,
XX., this office.
W1A N T E I ) I Ai rgo and small grain
sacks by Clarkvllle Produce Com
pany, for cash. 620 South First
FOR SALE Household goods, home
made Jelly and preserves; also can
ned goods. Apply 615 South Edith
WANTED Gentlemen s second-hand
clothing. No. 615 South First atreet
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor
WANTED A nian or man and wife,
to take care of ranch close in;
nicely fixed up for chickens and
cows, or will rent very cheap to
goon tenant. Apply on premises
1115 North Arno street. L. Mar
riium. FOR RENT
FOR RENT Five-room house, with
bath; furnished. 217 North Walter
FOR RENT A new four-room brick
house. No. 1019 North Second
street. Henry Goetz.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms;
bath and electric lights. Gentlemen
preferred. Garcia bldg., 504 West
FOR RENT Apartments in Paik
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H
II. Tllton, room 19, Grant block.
"bridle. Southwestern Electric
SELL, RENT OR TRADE List your
property with T. L. McSpadden, 300
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 busl
ness for city property. T. L. Mc-
ypaqqen, aoo soutn Broadway.
FOR S.-E -A handsome Hardman
piano,n' Tine 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-w-ay.
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.
FOUND Two keys attached together
with cord. Owner can secure same
by calling at this office and paying
for this notice.
TOEXCHANGE Good'lmproved 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 him for business exchanges.
300 South Broadway.
Give Your Stomach Rest.
Nothing will enrri Indigestion that
doesn't digest the food. Itself, and
give the stomach rest. You can't ex
pect that a weak stomach will regain
Its strength and get well when it Is
compelled to do the full work that a
sound stomach should do. You
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.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is a perfect di
gestant and digests the food regard
less of the condition of your stoniacb.
Relieves Indigestion. Belching, Sour
Stomach, and all stomach disorders.
Sold by all druggists.
FOR THIS WEEK.
Our Great Line of Furs Will Be 4
Priced at Cost. X
B. ILFELD 4. CO.
A . 9 9. 9 . . .. . t f
The Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Rev. O.
D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church
of Harpersvllle, N. Y will Interest
you. He says: "I suffered agonies
because of a persistent cough, re
sulting from the grip. 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 and saved
me from consnmptlon." A grand cure
for diseased conditions of the Throat
and lungs. At all druggists. Price
50c and $1, guaranteed. Trial bot
20 per rent off for cash all week
long. Don't miss this goldeu oppor
tunity lo buy furniture.
J .D. EMMONS.
C4ea- the Way.
The mission cr "Early Risers" is
to clear the way and give Nature full
sway. These famous little pills rid
the stomach aud bowels of all putrid
matter, thus removing the causes of
headache, constipation, sallow com
plexion, etc. De Witt's Little Early
Risvrs never gripe or sicken. A safe,
pleasant, perfect pill. Mack Hamilton,
hotel clerk at Valley City, N. D..
says: "Two Unties of these Famous
Little Pills cured me of chronic con
stipation." Sold by all druggists.
Of course you are jlng east. Wny
not? The holiday ra-tes are low. Ask
at Santa Fe ticket office for full p.ir
iFifcutlve, Clerical. 1 rrhnu il ami salesman po.
hloiia, paving (rum S1.IXKI tiR.O") jrmr. Ifyou
tore a tittfll L'rada man write f,tr l.ncihlt atiH tat i 1
MonCV t6 1-02.11
On Furniture. Pianos. Organs. Horses
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as $200.00. Loans are quickly tnads
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re
main In your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Rooms 15 and 16. Grant block, over
the Golden 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
polntments made by mail.
Bernard S. Rodey.
ATTORNEY -A T-LAW. Albuquerue
N. M. Prompt attention given to all
business pertaining to the profession
Will practice In all courts of the terri
tory and before the United State
land office. .
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 32 F street
N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions,
lands, patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patents, trade marks, claims.
que, N. M. Office, First National
E. W. Dohson.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office Crom
well blocklbuquerque. N. M.
" John H. Stingle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Suite 16, N
T. Armljo building, Albuquerque
F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling
ford, rooms 46-47. Barnott 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.
TUR INDEPENDENT CONTRAC
TOR AND BUILDER Estimates are
cheerfully furnished; Job 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'8 drug store. Automatic
DRr R.L. MUST,
Office, 6-8, N. T. Armijo Bldg.
Tuberculosis treated with High
Freuuencv Electrical Current and Ger-
. 7. 'm . . . oL ilnv
miciue. l reaimems n""" .u
from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse
t . . , I . . V '..V.I.II1.LJ
ariennauee. lmji ti ijiiuii- .
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. All 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, mua.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
DAY AND EVENING SESSION.
For particulars, call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secy.
Library building, East Railroad ave
CORBET & COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
States Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
East side "f Plaza, Santa !, N. M.
" RAILROAD TICKETS.
For reduced rates to and from all
points, go lo Paulson's Association
Rlalroad ticket office. Railroad tickets
bought, sold and exchanged.
H. W. S. Otero, s
United Slates Court Commissioner,
703 West Silver avenue. Will attend
to matters before the land office.
"For seven years," writes G
W. Hoffman, of Harper. Wast:- "
had a bitter battle, whh chro.
stomach and liver trouble, but at lai
I won and cured my dUeaes by the
use of Electric Bitters. I unhesitat
ingly recommend thnu to all, and
don't Intend in the future to be with
out them In the house. Tbey are
certainly a wonderful medicine,
have cured such a bad case as mine."
Sold under guarantee to do the same
for you. y all druggists, at 50c a
bottle. Try them today.
Inventory Sale all week. Price
Slashing the motto. Everything from
tho necessities to the luxuries at
EMMONS' FURNITURE STORE.
Montezuma Trust Co. W
Capital and Surplus $100,000
With Ample Means and
!&9 IJailfe Ct tefflSESQ ill
Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation, and Solicits New
Accounts Capital, $150,000.00.
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.
Officer and Director.
JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS .... Prwrt.Kiot
FRANK McKEB Cashier
. v. m. depository. ii,Z'ir
Authorised Capital , $500,00.M
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits .., $260,00.
Depository for Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fe Railway Oompanr
The State National Bank
We have nad a very satisfactory growth sine Us eaUbllsameat
of our bank. If you are aot one of our custom era, we shoals t!M
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
O. N. MARRON, President D. A. McPHKRSON, YJoe ITsalsoaL
3. B. HERN DON, Cashier. ROT McDONAU), AjMWtaat Oaaaier.
0 "OLD RELIABLE"
L. O. PUTNE Y
Flour, Grain and Provisions
Carries the Latest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
lu the Southwest.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
WHEN A BODY'S
It is time to look aliout for
something to take away the
rhill-r-for that chilly feeling
means a cold in most instances.
And the rold means drugs and
Is a sure way to get rid ;l the
chilly feeling. It Is always
ready and always effective.
Clean and eonvenieut costs
but a few cents to heat a room.
All sizes, and every style.
The AlbUQ.11e.qu3 Gas, Electric Light ft Power Company
At Consistent Prices
.1. C. UATjIMvI dg k
n a river and cute a a a lum b g rt
SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING PAPER AlVsyi
Covers more, looks best, wears , , . ,
longest, most economical, full srork' P!as"r' Un19' Cement,
measure. Paint, Olass, Sash Doors, ere.
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.
on Savings Deposits
.... .....a,... $100,009. to
awn at.. .1150,000.00
ALBUQUERUE. N. M.
NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE
203 W. Railroad Ay;.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.