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MONDAY. JANUARY 1. 1906.
PAGE TWO. ALHUUUEKUUE EVENING CITIZEN lilt EVENING CITIZEN nMltb Dally Ml Wsskly by The Citizen Publishing Company liflilll a rWtoAVM far trvaanlaaha. thraasfc fc. aula M wwri .laa. arnttar. fit N ION (fti LABL N II I oooooocoooooc A HAPPY. NEW YEAR BY REV. J. W. BARRON. Paitor of the Congregational Church. C0tXDCCrCC0C0C-OO Offlaial Paper f Bernalillo County tad CJty of Albuquerque. SamMM PraM AfWwtn DkpttchM. Urprt City an4 Cwmty ClrcaTitl.. Tka UrrM Kh Mule Clrtulltl.. Urrxl Narttiam Hrlma Cirralatlaa. tiNMa or auaacRiPTiON: Mr kr aa r 4mm- IS .00 ruUx bf Hall. pr mntti. araar a-"" Dy fty Carrier, 60c per month i HmtlK will ba tJatlrarfd fai the r at tka law rat if NnUpr araak. ar far IP ntja. vim pata monuiij. JtfTirtltlif latei lade Idow n oa Application lift m wfli aaaar a faaar BT notrfjrtas oa ttatav aa amy aaa-aallvarr ar ina papar, Al latkara aa4 ramltlaiwaa ahouM ba Mrrr to rwrH priai taniMa Company. Drafta. ill nil, aal.m and aiaraaa inonay ordVra Th - - j aarabla t UM ardar af th MM Tlkl'NOHIIl AwtomatU 183 Colorado Wo have all hoard Raid it. Most f us across the land to Hut we are. not nil have acme misgivings. Wo be sure of this, that. things It. We have all have written It distant friends. mire of It. We can only will imp- COLD WEATHER ON ESTANCIA PLAINS Narrow Escape of a Father and Two Sons From Death in Snow Storm. THERMOMETER WAS BELOW ZERO Special Correspondence: Estancta. New Mexico, Dec. 2Kth. The Estancia valley Is In the throes of an unusually cold spell of weather. On the 21st Inst, a heavy snow storm net In, and continued for fifteen hours, making eight Inches of snow, liy weather bureau measurement. On the 22nd, the government ther mometer registered 25 degrees below zero, and on the 23rd, 15 degrees be low, and on the 24th, 18 degrees below. Oiib Mr Odell and two of his toys went to the mountains for two loads of wood on the 21st; lost their way in the blinding snow storm which raged all day, and after traveling In two fint of snow all day, in useless ircles, were found by A. A. Hine of Estancia, who wfi-s also lost and was trying to find his way home on horse back, having left his wagon. Odell and his chidren were unable to make a fire and would have frozen to death in a few hours, had not Mines over taken theift and succeeded in getting a fire, around which all kept from freezing till trne storm .was over. Mines would doubtless have frozen had he not overtaken the lost, party as he was hopelessly lost for six hours on the prairie. pen very mucli as tncy nave aiwajn done, some on one side ani some on another; not all as we nope or ex pect. There are young men who will go off and marry a not tier girl, anu young women who will rcpy In a Irlgid note and terminate matters ah- ruptly. There are lys who will be caught smoking their lirst. clgaret.l and old boys who will come back at, midnight with the smell of liquor on their breath for the first time, and then the mother, who has been wait ing and watching, will begin a strug gle which may cut deep lines In her face and turn hrr hair gray before it Is ended. There are men who will lope the- courage which has carried them through hard places, and otner men who will close the door after them when they come home In the evening and never open it again or he sH-n among their fellow men. There are root hers who will hear a sharp cry of pain In the night, from tho bed of the little sleeper, and the sequel will be a hearse at the door and a new made grave and a deep gash In memory. There are homes In which the angry storm will break out once too otien and the sharp tongue will at last cut tho golden Hand lorever. But other things will happen on the rin.it. side. Time tiles t) ne good. It Is a healer and likes to lend a hand to help us out of u predicament. It may niaiie t favorite of 19oii. There are tempers which l will soothe and soften, and follies which it will' laugh out of countenance. There are dream ers which it will wake up, and lazy bones which it will shake, until they rattle. There are old snags which it will null up and send down (he stream, and there are men and women who have become chronic obstacles or in It ants, whom It will gently waft away. There are young people -who have carried an unknowu land In their own brain whom it will discover to themselves; and other young people whom It will discover to one another, and crown their path with orange blossoms. There ure men whom it will bring, face to face with the for tune which they have long sought. and women who will le carried up to the heights of their little or great ambitions. And to noble ones, who NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Small Holding Claim No. 5f.!.) Department of the Interior, United Htntes Ijnd Office, Santa Fe, N. M., Pec. 28, 1905. Notice is Hereby given thnt the fol-lowlng-nanied claimant has filed no tice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim under sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3. 1891 (2fi Slats., 854), as amended by I the act fir February -I. inna (i( nrnis., 47b), and that paid proof will be made before the II. S. Court Commissioner at Albquerque, N. M., on the 7th day of February, lOinl, viz: .lesus Garcia, for the Small Holding Claim No. r.flO, In Sees. 24, 25 and 2H. T. 7 N.. R. 2 E. He nnmes the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twenty ears next preceding the survey of the townshlnp, vli: Benito Armljo. of Valencia, N. M.: Junn Apodaca of Valencia. N. M.; Sil verio Martinez, of Valencia. N. M.; (Iregorio Apodaca, of Valencia. N. M. Any person who desires to protest against 1he allowance of suld proof, or who knows of any substantial rea son under tho laws and regulations of the Interior Department why such proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at tin' above mentioned time and place 1o cross exnmlne the witnesses of said claim ant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal of mat submitted bv claimant. MANUEL K. OTERO. Holster. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DO YOU WANT THE NAME AND ADDRESS of the man who thould he working for you? of tho man wh would gl'Uy lend you money? of the nan whs would like to buy your horse? of tho 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 elfyde? C2 Citizen Want Ads. Furnish you with names and addresses of people who are Neccessary to Your Prosperity" WE WANT BOOKKEEPERS M tht rtrlit lorl. f'.r fiod positions with Men trradr firm. '1 here aie llwavB more opportunity than we ran till (or miMl familiir with up-lo-Ute tnultkrcpm( mrtlu.ds. With office. In itcitie. and alth ujo em nlnyera to nerve, our supply o( no.ltion. paying from r rywlo t v yrar nevrr run low We nerd hon. HrH,nfcpaWeSale.men. Kerntive,l 1ertrlnd rerli nicnl men nd iln mm havrnr money to Invent with tlirir.rr.Vr. Write ii to-day. r'.tmr prj-ntln irlred. HAPCOOOS lnc.. Brain Broker HI Chemical Building. St. Louia WANTEtf BANK INSTITUTIONS 4- 4l 4- WANTKD Woman dishwasher at the Columbus hotel. SOCORRO COURT CRIMINAL BUSINESS DISPOSED OF TWO VERDICTS OF NOT GUILTY IN MURDER CASES. The following criminal business was transacted before the Territorial dm trlct court for the county of Socorro, Judge Frank W. Parker presiding, at tho term which has Just closed: Territory vs. Fred (Jranara, mur der: verdict of not guilty. Territory vs. Louis Osmer, drawing and handling deadly weapon; plea of guilty; fine, $5u and costs. Territory vs. Filimon Cardenas, burglary; verdict of guilty, with rec ommendation; sentence of three years In tho penitentiary. Territory vs. Purslfer Albin. carry ing a deadly weaion; verdict of guilty and sentece. of sixty days in jail. Territory vs. Uenaro 'Molina, carry ing deadly weapon; verdict of guilty; sentence of three months in Jail. Territory vs. Jose Lozano, larceny of a horse; verdict of guilty; sentence of one year in the penitentiary. Territory vs. Felix Uaca, senteuce of one year in the penitentiary; ap peal granted to supreme court. Territory vs. Hidalgo, larceny of cattle; continued. Two cases. Territory vs. CharlHS B. Hruton et murder; verdict of not guilty. Territory vs. Manuel Hoble, assault with Intent to kill and malm; verdict of guilty as to second count; sen tence of one year In the penitentiary appeal to supreme court granted. MALARIA ? ? ? ave worked unnoticed and unsung, : will bring the crown of reward. And then, too, some things will noi happen nt all. We have, borrowed much trouble in the past. Many of our fears have kept well In the dis- snce, and if they bub up again It will only be because they suspect we would like to Bee them. The worst s not ging to happen, even if It looks hut way. The children may get their cet wet and not die. A cough will not be sure to turn Into consumption. The extra amount which the wife spend under the temptation of great bargains, will not bankrupt tho fam ily. The crops may not fall, if the ch.uds do turn themselves Into empty mockery, ami the country may con- Inne In prosperity, even If tho elec- lions tlo not go as desired. But there is a faith which rises higher and plants itself on surer grounds than time's uncertainties. Paul said: "We know thai all things work together for good to them that love Cod." This is sublime assur ance, for there is a fearful sweep In the wtirkiiig of all things, and lo turn all the cross currents and stubborn tides of the wide sea of existence, and all the fearful ami feverish energies of the whole confused mass, towards an expected end, requires an omnipo tent hand. Hut (rod was In UieApos ties' word, ami ttotl Ik in time, and he has said: "I know the thoughts that I think towards you, thoughts of peace ami not of evil, to give you an expected end. And now conies another thought We have wished the world a happy new year. Wa It only a breath of sentiment? Or are we willing to make the new year happy? The Apos tle says that we are workers together with Crod. How much are we willing to work with (iod to make all things work together for good and to make our wish a fact? U will only take a little stroke here and there, day by day, a little change of tone, a touch of kindness in the voice, a warmer grasp of the hand, a yes, instead of a no, to make the world a far hap pier world than It was last. year. Arc we willing to do il? Is the wish which we have thrown across the year a silken cord which will lead us along a noble palh of duty to the end of its days? A happy new yea lo you all. (Small Holding Claim No. 700.) Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 28. 1905. Notice Is hereby given that the fol lowing-named claimant has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim under sections lti and 17 of the act of March 8. 1S91 (2li Stats., 854), as amended by the net of February 21, 189.1 (27 Stats., 47b), and that said proof will be made before the II. S. Court Commissioner al Allmtierque. N. M., on Iho 7th day of February. 190(1. viz: Juan Apodaca, for the lot 1. sees. 23 and 24, ami lot 2. sec. 23. T. 7 N. H. 2 K. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twenty years next, preceding the survey of the townshinp, viz: HenMo Armljo, of Valencia, N. M.; Jesus Garcia, of Valencia. N. M.; Ca nuto Apodaca, of Valencia, N. M.; Tonias Martinez, of Valencia, N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, er who knows of any substantial rea son under the laws ami regulations of the Interior Department why such proof should not be allowed will be given ail opportunity at the above mentioned titne and place to cross- examine the witnesses of said claitn- ani. and to offer evidence In rebuttul WANTKD Clean rags. The Citizen office. WANTED Two dining the Columbus hotel. WANTED Etlgerman good wages. J. M. enmpany. Mhoades, .nqulr a room girls a long job and Dennis Lumber Ariz. WAS I ED (jientienifea a second-hand clothing. No. 615 South First street south of viaduct. Send address and will call. R. J. Sweenpy, proprietor Money to Loan On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses wagons ana otner Chattels; also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and at high as $200.00. Loans are quickly aade 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 fore borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. Montezuma Tttsst Co ALBUQUERQUE, NET MKXICO Capital and Surplus $(00,000 Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits FOR RENT FOR 'RENT Hright',"BilnnyVoVitns tor housekeeping. 524 West Railroad avenue. FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms; bath and electric lights. Gentlemen preferred. Garcia bldg., C04 West Rnllrond avenue. FOR RENT Fine largo office room, modern, steam heat, above Dank of Commerce. Apply at Room 17, N. T. Armijo bidgj FOR RENT A piece room adobe house, Lumber company. of land and 8 north of the Inquire at Mrs. Martinez's in old town. Generally That Is Not the Trouble. Persons with a susceptibility to malarial influences should In-ware of coffee, which has a tendency to load up the liver with bile. A lady writes -from Denver that she suffered for years with chills and fevtvr wlilcn at last she learned were mainly produced by the coffee she drank. "1 was bImi grievously afflicted with headaches and Indigestion," she says, 'which I U'caino satisfied were like wise largely duo to the coffee 1 drank. Six mnithg ago I quit its use alto gether and began to drink Postuin Food Coi fee. with the. gratifying result that my headache have disappeared, my digestion nas been restored and 1 have not had a m-urrciice of chills and fever for irrro thau three months. I have no iloulit that It was Postuni that brought me ihis relief, for I have used no nit diritie while this im provement has been going on." (It was really relief from congestion of the liver caused by coffee.) "My daughter has been as great a coffee drinker as I. and for years was afrilcted wiin terrible sick headaches, which often lasted for a week at a tune, she is a brain worker and ex ceodiva application together with the headaches began to affect her mem ory mow, seriously. She found no help In medicine and the doctor frankly advised her lo quit coffee and use I'ohtuni. "For more than four mom ha she baa not had a Headache her meutal faculties have grown more active and vigorous and her memory has been re- Mtored. "No more us, au long Name given Creek, Mich. mere s a ATTORNEY CHAVEZ PRAISED FOR STAND TAKEN BY HIM ON STATEHOOD, IN WHICH HE ABLY DEFENDED THE NATIVE PEOPLE. thnt submitted bv claimant. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. FOR RENT Nicelv famished cot age flats, two and three rooms, $10 and $15 per month. Mrs. " Norris, 524 John street, east end if viaduct. FOR RENT Mrs. W. IT. Heed, for merly Mrs. (5. E. HopAins, has eighteen newly furnished roJrns In the new bulldltiu at 18' VOold avenue, tip stairs. l HELP WlTEPM EJi WANTED InsialliiHiil collector ti.r 1 it f q f ! tf ! i - 4- With Ample Means and Unsurpassed Facilities. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 15 and 16, Grant block, over the Golden Rule Dry Goods company. Doth 'phones. Appointments made by mall. Edrr7un-jrXlflerrD. D. S. No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office hours. 8:30 a, in., to L?:30 p. ni.; 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 4K2. Ap polntments made by mail. Tto Kan 1 o.f Conmicureg oI; Mar war-aaiuaL t v iaa .A W W W a, ,' I'm mi or an On Kiix Mexico) - waft .i, vkvf y mi tr . 1 Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation, Accounts Capital, $190,000.00. and Solicits New OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: SOLOMON LUNA, President. W. 8, STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier W.J.Johnson, Asst. Cashier. Wm. Mcintosh J. C. Baldrldge Solomon Luna A. M. BlacUwell George Arnot O. E, Cromwell DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY. ANTED lnsialliii. nl collector Itj-, m. -merchandise accounts; good salai lJ' u i.i i.viiuiiciv .t.iiircKK (llobe CoiuFi! naiiv tvp. ciieKtiiiit street. Phila., ATTO iveii NOTICE KOR PUBLICATION. liCI.) . United e. N. M., tk(5 a 470), I Small liiiltling Claim io. Department of I he Interior Stales Land Office, Santa ! Dec. 28, 1905. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named claimant has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim under sections lti uud 17 of the act of March 3, 1891 (20 Stats,, 854), as amended by S act of February! 21, 1K93 (27 Stats., and that said proof will be made before the U. S. Court Commissioner at Albquerque, N. M.. ou the 7th day of February, 19nfi, viz: Pedro Galle gos y Gonzales, for the small holding claim No. lifil In Sees. B. 10 and 11, T. (i N., R. 2 E. He names the following witnesses !o prove his actual continuous adverse possession of" said tract ft.r twenty ears next preceding the survey of the township, viz: Jose Aragon y Dernal, of Tome, N M.; Francisco Torres, of Tome, :v M.; Mamie! (Jallegos, of Tome, N. M.; Der- narilo Gallegos, of Tome, N. M. Any person who desires to protest agiinst the allowance of suld proof, or who knows of tiny sulistanlial rea son uiitler the laws and regulations of the Interior Department why such proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and placn to cross examine tho witnesses of said claim- nni. and to offer evidence In rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Pa. FOR SALE rier piinr- FOR SALE. -Thoroughbred fox 'U -Sout!i lrsiv-wnxt FOR SALE ."i piece paiior ; leather couch. 3u" North 1 'J et ana. a Sixth SUJ LAWYERS. 1 Bernard S. Rodey. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Alhuquerue 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. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 32 F street N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions, lands, nfetents, copyrights, caveats letter patents, trade marks, claims. R. W. D. Bryan. NEY-AT-LAW. Alhuquer M. Office, First National ing. E. W. Dobson. EY-AT-LAW. Office Crom blocks-Albuquerque. N. M. Juihn H. Stingle. ATTORNE t-AT-LA W. Suite 16. N Armijo uitldiiig. Albuquerque . M. Vy. ARCHITECTS ATTO SELL. RENT OH TRADE youf property with T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. ' A good bust- FOR SALE OR uess for city SprfiWen, 300 TRADE- property. T. L. Sout Broadway. Mc- FOH SALE A handsome Hardman 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. Broadway. FOR SALE gain; will exchange, talk with South Broadway -$70i will residence, 125,0110 rauch at a har- tako small property In Write, wire, phone or F. L. McSpadden. 303 FOR SALE Hi st-class street in the month; um buy equity in on the best Iry; will rent for $45 leaving town. F. L. .McSpadden. :103 Souin Broadway. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Small Holding Claim No. 1H01.) Albuquerque. N. M.. Dec 2S, Unifi Hon. E. V. Chavez. Albuquerque, New Mexico: near Mir: I nave in Hunt! two o your circular letters of recent dale a Do ut siaiciiooti. it gives me so mucii pleasure lo hear a i rue American of Spanish blood defend (lie native New Mexicans. There is not a single sen tence in your lelier which Is not true, and 1 don't believe there is one per son out of a thousand In ihis territory who, after riding your letter, will think different from what I do. How proud I feel, to .see you de feud the native New Mexicans! Ant also feel proud to know that Spanish blood runs through my veins! May God preserve for many years men of your belief! I am ure that the time will come when all that prejudice from i lie eastern people will be no more. Thanking you, I remain, Yours verv trulv, D. .1. METZGEIt. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Santa Fe, N. M.. ttecember 20, 1905. Notice is hereby giveu that the fol lowing named claimant has filed no tice of his Intention to make final proof in support of "nis claim under sections in and 17, of tho act of March 3. 1891 , -(26 Stats., 854), as amende by the act of February 21, 1893, (27 Stats., 470). and that said proof will be made before the United States court commissioner at Albuquerque, N. M on the 2!Uh dav of January, !fXM',. viz.. Meliton S. Otero, for the S. II. C. No; 11.01, in section 19, town iip 7 north, range 3 east, and sec tion 24. township 7 north, range 2 east. He names the fallowing witnesses to prove his uctual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the survey of the township, viz: Jesus Salazar v Otero, of Peralta. N. M.; Placldo Salazar y Otero, of Al bnquerqiie, - N. M.; Jesus Sanchez y Alarid. of Valencia. N. M .: Desiderlo (iiirule, of Peratia, N. M. Any person who desires to protest ajialnsi thp allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial rea son under the laws and regulations of the Interior department why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross examine the -witnesses of said claim ant. ami to offer evidence In rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. TO EXCHANGE 1 havtf soineanches to iraue lor cuy property. i. u. McSpadden. 300 South Broadway. lea. coffee or drugs for ,is wo can get Post urn." by Postum Co., Buttle reason. Read the lok "The Road to Wellville" in little pkgs. NOTICE, 'r. L. C. Wymer. of petxdy. Kan. V in Albuquerque with ft car load i jooi Jersey cows In ten days. Don't buv a cow before you see tbein. Prices will be right. The cows can !) seen at Bluelir-r's garden, old town, on their arrival. One Minute Coiiii Cure contains not an a I oni of any lutniiful drug, and it has been curing tVigs, Colds, Croiin and Whooping Conaji so long that It proven ilwlf tA be a tiled and friend to the many who use it by all druggists )i4s I rue Sold A Modern Miracle. "Truly miraculous seemed the r covt i v of Mrs. Mollie. Holt of this place." writes J. O. R. Hooper, Wood ford, Tenn.. "she wan so wasted by coughing up puss from her lungs, loctors declared her end so near that the family had watched by her bed side forty-eight hours; when, at my urgent request Dr. King's New Dis eovery was given her, with the aston ishing result (hat improvement began and continued until she finally com pleteK- recovered, and la a healthy woman today." Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds. 50e and $1.00 at all ilruggiMs. Trial Uittle free. FOR SALE A fliM-ciass. .louble-bar-reled, 12-gauge shotgun; bran new never has been used: one of th best makes. Call at The Citizen of flee for particulars. BUSINESS EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE Good improved city property for vacant lots. T. L. Mc Spadden, ?0D plinth Broadway. McSPADDEN The exchange man. See him for business exchanges. 300 South Broadway. F. W. Spencer k. ford, rooms 46-4 Alhuquerque, N d V. O. Walling ariiett building oth 'phones. CIVIL ENGINEERS - d; E,-itesadig. Civil engineering, surveying an drafting, 209 Railroad avenue. Auto matlc 'phone 740. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. A. L. Mornan. THE INDEPENDENT CONTRAC TOR AND BUILDER Estimates are cheerfully furnished: job work solic Iterl Automatic nhone. 721: shop at 911 North Second street, Albuquer que, N. M. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Officer, and Direct orm. 1 JOSP.VA S. RAYNOLDS PrwrtdoBl M. W. FLOURNOY Yloe PreeMeat FRANK McKEB Cashier R. A. FROST...." AMietaat Cashier B. r. RATNOL.D8 M Dtroetae U. B. DEPOSITORY. i TJ!7- "' Avthorraed Capital $6M,0e.(W Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits J 2c 000. Depository for Atchison. Topeka ft Santa Fe Railway Cosapaay PHYSICIANS. A. L. MAHAFFEY, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Room 25, Whiting building.- over Vann's drug store. Automatic telephone, '410. DR. R. L. MUST, FOUND. FOUND A bay horse. Owuer can have same by calling and proving animal at Bell's livery stable on Silver avenue. WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE For property al Los Cerrlllos? Cost $1,250; trading price, one-half of cost. A snap, if you can use the property. Don't be afraid to talk with me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 Sout Broadway. ; Office, 6-8. N. T. Armijo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with llish Frequency Electrical Current and Ger micide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse In attendance. Both 'plumes. 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. The State National Bank OF ALBUQUERQUE CAPITAb ......... lM,00t.M DEPOSITS ....1MA0.M We have cad a very satisfactory growth, since tfee atabUainat of our bank. R you are sot oa of our customers, v ahomM UK an opportunity to show yom ur superior facilities. O. N. MARRON, President, J. B. HERN DON, Oashler. D. A. UoPHSaUON, Tfee Prelias. hot Mcdonald, ammim OO00004O o o oooooooo! 0 "OLD RBI.IABLE" ESTABLISHED 1878 L . O. PUTNEY WHOLESALE GROCER Flour, Grain and Provisions Carpes t lie Largest ani! Most Exclusive Stock In the Southwest. of Staple Groceries DR. Practice W. G. SHADRACH, Ear, Nose limited to Eye, and Throat. Occitlist and Aurist for Santa Fe coast lines. Office, 313M. West Railroad avenue. Hour: !t to 12 a. m. and 1.30 to 5 p. m. v t i if WILLING HELPERS. What's the use of a helper. he isn't willing? Willingness Is au ample mantle which will al most cover all ihe sins of serv ice. But a classified advertise ment in The Evening Citizen is a willing helper that is not only absolutely competent, but also Is a willing worker. It works all the time for you. It is the best and most economical publicity In the world. i imiii t m MERCHANT TAILORING C. H. CONNOR. M. D.. D. O. Osteopathic physician and surgeon President New Mexico Board of Osteo pathy. All diseases successfully treated. Office in Barnr-U building Hours. 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele phones. Sundays by appointment. FALL TERM. UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOK.( My merchant tailoVlg stiop is up stairs over No. 209 'Vest F.Hroad ave nue, where I solicit aha patronage of the public. All woiif guaranteed first class, as I have bad fifteen years' ex perianca In the .business. Hulls made to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired. Tbo specific I ue will not injure the -cloth. Ladies" garmenU also elf-autd and walking skirts made to orde Give me a trial O. BAMBINI. o SujBMTlhe for The Cltln and get th news. NUMITKR YOUR HOUSES TWENTY FIVE CENTS. SEE SON, THE PAINTER. FOR HUD Si J &u,ul V p. S l MIlrlMM. T.llW. II..,,,. kaVllEMII$CHtMlCl C. V-AHNWMATI.e MENANDW0MEH. L'a Bi J br aaaatural di.-bamMMu-.aimkliuua, I vlrrilmtioua or.ulcat.iioiii oi t Yir.. kf ai il cunt uibru.e. I .in irM, iu.iiui aairia iicut ur aui.noa.8. MulS r lrvlala, or arn l tr plain w .'per. l-y .kprr... pr.aall, lot I Wl. T3 lHtllr.aJ.. ucular avut u faweat, Albuquerque Business College Opens Monday, September 4, 1905. Courses Bookkeeping and Penman ship, Shorthand. Typewriting. Eng lish, Spanish ami Mechanical Draw ing. DAY AND EVENING SESSION. For particulars, call or address G. S. RAMSAY, Pres. R. O. STOLL, Secy. Library hnilding. Hast Railroad sve nue. ASSAY ERS. CORBET & COLLINS. Civil and Mining Engineers. United States Deputy Mineral Surveyors. ASSAYERS. East side of Plaza, Santa Fe. N. M. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVENUE ALBUQUERUE. N. M. RAILROAD TICKETS. Cut Rates. For reduced rates to and from all points, go to Paulsen's Association Rlalroad ticket office. Railroad tickets bought, sold and exchanged. LAND MATTERS. . H. W. S. Otero, United States Court Commissioner. 703 West Sliver aveuiie. Will attend to matters before the land office. Half the World WOndera how the other half lives. Those who use Bucklen's Arulca Salve never wonder if It will cure Cuts. Wounds, Burns, Sores and all Skin Eruptions; thev know it will. Mrs. Grant sny, 1130 E. Reynolds street, III., says: solute nec Guaranteed Springfield "1 regard it one- of the ab- iltles of housekeeping. Ii - -I. .a . f"n Morning and gas alway too Thai's the best point ulsiut it s always ready and it oduecs the results r real heat. It is especially so of l4ie . GAS HEATER "I'll is is lb Mgllill er.i-Ciaily for quick results. It pro duces them with the turn of a tap ami the striking of a match. Clean and coiiven venieni. Costs very 'lb lie. V!l sizes. Try one. The... AIliuQuerqu3 Gas. Electric Light & Power Co. WE FILL PaESCRIPTiONS R1BHT At Consistent Pricts B. RUPPE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE 203 W. Ratlroad Ave. .1. C. BALDRIDCE NJkTIVK AND CHICAGO LUMBER t'HERM AN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING PAPER Always Covers more, looks best, wesrs gtof.k piaster, Lime. Cemwat. longest, most economical, full measure. Paint. Glass. Sash Doors, ete ALBUQUERQUE N. M. FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. 5 0 G M s Li A