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PACE THREE. 1 v A WHITE CHRISTMAS AT MGUNTAINAIR C ALBUQUERQUE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE People Enjoy Themselves, Kith Snow on the Ground and in Zero Weather. MAXY ITEMS OF INTEREST Contractors will begin tomorrow to grade and improve the unsold lots in the EASTERN ADDITION HIGHLANDS WONOAY. JANUARY 1. 1906. Special Correspondence: Muuntalnair, New Mexico, Dec. 26. If a while Christmas portends a prosperous year, this section of the -Sunshine Territory certainly has Wright outlook. The last storm ''brought twenty-three inches of the beautiful with 12 degrees below 7.ero weather. Kan go stock without teed will certainly suffer. This breaks the record, so far as kivwn In this part of the country, In spile of the snow and the cold weather, Mountainuir people enjoyed the Christmas holidays in good, ohl fashloned, down east style. There was no public tree, but several families enjoyed a visit from Santa Clans around the evergreen, decorated with home grown holly and mistletoe. The new company-well Is now down about 450 feet and the drill Is still In " red sandstone. The work ba, been somewhat delayed on account of the inability to get coal. The drill men fay that flowing water at a shallow depth Is not an Impossibility. The eteel train has been pulled off the west end, and is now working, or at least, trying to work, east of Wtl lard Thene ts still a gap of about fif teen miles between the two ends of the track In Abo Canyon. .las. Blair, one of Lantry-Sharp's oldest engineers, has )een granted a layoff, and has gone to Sacred Heart, Oklahoma, to spend the holidays with the home folks. He thinks he will nring his family back with him and make Mountainalr his home. Chaa. Roher secured a leave of ab sence from the Lantry-Shary com pany and started to El Paso on a va cation, but got Into a snow bank at Torrance, and came back. Camp 32, which was at the first steam shovel cut, west of Wlllard, has moved down to the junction city, and will go to the first cut east as soon as the track reaches there. Richard Dunn, of the Mora Timber company was snow lound here dur ' Ing Christmas, but finally got away Tuesday morning.- He did not object very strenuously, for he said he did not know a better place to spend the holidays, if he could not be at home with his family. Mrs. Geo. V. Hanlon and her sister, Mrs. J. J. Goforth, expect to leave in a few days for their old home in Win field, Kan., called there by the seri ous Illness "of their mother. Word has been received here that the Madrid coal mines are on fire and that the Santa Fe Central, which gets Its coal from these mines, will con fiscate all the coal now In transit This may mean a general tie-up along ine cut-off, unless arrangements can be made at once to secure coal from some ctlfer source. The storru will cause some delay in the matter of track laying, but it stopped the steam Fhovel work here only one dav. If there Is no liad lucic to Sjinder, It is thought the shovel work. will be completed In aboot six weeks. TIMELY TRUTHS TOLD THOUGHTLESS PARENTS QftEAT NEED IN MANY PLACES THAT CHILDREN ATTEND MORE REGULARLY AT SCHOOL. la looking over the school report published in our last Issue, we find some items that cull for action. This action must come in most part from the parents. The item we refer to are those "neither absent nor tardy." That a room with an enrollment of 67 should only have 9 who are neither absent nor tardy, or that a room in the higher grades, with an enrollment of 61 should have only 8 that are neither absent nor tardy, is startling. We believe that a little extra thought and action on the part of the parents can remedy this. It should be -remembered that in graded schools, each day's work is but a part that makes up the whole. To lose a day or a lesson impairs the child's ability to go on. A day's work in these schools is like the rails on a rail road; they carry the child from one grade to another, just as the rails carry the train from one station to another. If a rail be broken or dis placed there is either delay or a wreck, and sometimes both. It Is just as true of the child in the work of mastering the grades. To lose a day or a lesson Is to ifvite future t rouble. For such reports to go out Is unjust to Farmington as an educational town. Our parents, as a rule, have an admirable civic pride. When there is anything to be done, for Furmingtou, they respond with a will and unan imity that is most pleasing. In this matter of better and more prompt attendance you have a chance to help not only your own town, but. vour chlia as well. We appeal to your civic pride and your sense of duty to your child to see that on next month's report no such figures ap pear. Make an extra effort to see that your child is there each dav tnd on time. Farmington Hustler. Soothing and Comforting. The soothing and comforting eftVcis i DoWitt's Witch Hazel Halve, when ipplied to Piles, cuts, holla, etc sub dues pain almost instantly. This Salve draws out the inflammation, reduces swelling and acts as a rubefacient thus circulating the blood through the diseased parU, permitting or aiding Nature to permanently remove the trouble entirely. Sold by all drug gists. LELAND AND PATTERSON MARRIAGE. Cyrus Iceland and Miss Margart Patterson were united in marriage on Christmas night at Roswel, and thus two of the leading families in that city were In a manner united, for the bride U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Patterson and the groom the .on of Judge Howard I.eland. New Tailor fehop. A. J. Morelll. the weii Known tailor has reopened a tailor shop on North First street, where he Is ready to clean, press and rerair ladies' ana gents' clothing. Suits made to order Patronage of former customers solicit ed. Try a Citizen waat aj for results. All lots BIG PROFITS WILL BE MADE IN UNIMPROVED CITY LOTS OFFICE: 105 S. 2nd Street jiar-t me isiew TART the new year with a clean mind and a clean bodyl Most people are very neat and clean in their outward appearance, but how about the inside? Are you clean inside? And if not, how can you face the New Year with clean thoughts, clear Intelli gence, a fair, Just, and bright mind, and your full share of capacity for work and enjoyment. " The holidays are over and everybody's had a good time perhaps a little too much of a good time. Over-eating and over drinking have been the rule ever since Thanksgiving Day. v Many people get little exercise In winter and breathe much stuffy, over-heated In side air. At the same time they eat too much rich and indigestible food, while fresh fruit and fresh vegetables are scarce in the market. So stomach and bowels are liable to be over-taxed. Clog up, stretch and paralyze the large Intestine by over-stuffing it with undi gested food, so it can not carry off the I useless refuse, and it "backs up" the i . . . - v sewage, and compels the small intestine to absorb the poison of decaying matter, instead of wholesome nourishment. That's what must happen. Isn't it plain as day? What's the result? ' Nearly everybody "gains in flesh" in the winter time, but it's pussy fat not healthy flesh and muscle. The liver gets Inactive; the bile doesn't "work off"; the eyes get yellow; the skin gets dead like putty and pale like dough, with boils, pimDles, blackheads, liver-spots to break the monotony. Dizziness, headaches, blurred vision, foul breath, sleeplessness and a temper like a wilii cat make such persons very GROWING IN 'SPITE BY E. F. KOHNKE, President New Orleans Board Trade. of The punt year has been one of the ii'ost successful in all business lines in the history of New Orleans. The large outside buying of real estate by tho various railroads seeking en trance and facilities has turned loose a lull $10,0o0.'mhi In cash, which money Is now In the hands of our lo cal people for reinvestment in all In viting securities. The price of real estate has appre ciated fully 75 per cent during Hie past year. In spite of the yellow fever epi demic, which was effectually con- troled and then stamped out before ( the coming of frost, our bank clear ings were but $13,000,000 less for the, year ended November 30th' last, than for the previous year euded on that i date. This is but the average clear-! ings of a single week, showing that ' but one week's business was lost. The bvard of trade would probably be a unit in asserting" that the belt railroad which it hag secured for this city is the greatest achievement in its history and the one which will lead :o the most lasting and profitable re sults, because it will build un nianu- 3 fueturing Industrie all alui the reartries. ALL LOTS WITHDRAWN FROM THE MARKET UNTIL 0 in the Perea Addition advanced 25 Look out for a big Real Estate move ment this year sirs IbuquerMe ' '. . ' . SURETY I'mfESTMEMT G., Owners, had I 7 Htes, "OHO Year Right! pleasant company to themselves and others. But, you say" I'll take a course.. of Spring medicine to clean me out next April." ' , Not'cbniiuexiug -youi duty to yourself and family, isn't it certain that to leave the body full of poison all winter, and then suddenly attempt to force out all impurities by one violent attack is danger ous, absurd and unreasonable? Keep clean inside all the.time. That's the simple solution. If you can not diet, or keep your mech anism going by proper exercise, the self evident alternative Is to take Cascarets, the sweet, fragrant, harmless little vege table tablets, that "act like exercise " on your bowels, and gently but powerfully clean out and disinfect the whole diges tive canal. A Cascaret every night before going to bed will "work while you tleep" and make you "feel fine in the morning." If you have been neglecting yourself for some time, take a Cascaret night and morning and break up the "constipated habit " without acquiring a " cathartic habit." i Cascarets are sold by all druggists. 10c, 25c and 50c. The 10c size trial box is a neat fit for the vest pocket or lady's purse. Be sure to get the genuine, with the " long-tailed Con the box and the letters "CCC" on each tablet. They are never sold In bulk. FREE TO OUR FRIEND! W want to send to oar frftnrJs a brantifal French-designed GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX lurd-enameled in color. It is a beauty for the dressing table. Tn cents in stamps is asked as a meaiar of gucd faith and to cover cost of Cascarets with which tins dainty trinket is loaded, ti t Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. J OF MOSQUITOES KOHNKE. of the city on laud which had pre viously been of little value. AH of out river front is needed for wharves to handle the import and export busi lies.'. I ilieve that during l!iMl there will ,e larye investments of outside CHntral In I hi- manufacturing indiu. J jiij Oh ' ' f -fciw U ?. - , life ft l lllin I a l" E. F. UOI papers o compat conrv-ieve that 1906 will furnish the . asive nroof that yellow fever can- -t gain a fotthold under the mosaulto Method of treatment and that in real ity the past epidemic was a blessing In disguise. When it Is noted that shares in the New Orleans Cotton Exchange are now worth $14,000 each, whereas five years ago they wore worth less than l-'OO; that shares in the New Orleans Stock Exchange which are now worth $10,000 were worth only $100 a year ago; and that shares in the New Or leans Hoard of Trade which are now worth $250, three years, ago were but $10 each, a more significant light is shed on our financial and Industrial situation than perhaps would be by any other series or facts that could be taken together. I believe that these facts are con clusive proof that next year will see greater commercial development than any other year "has ever shown. The business of the New Orleans speculative world for the next half dozen years will be to discount the benefits that will accure from the completion of the Panama canal. The increase In street railway re ceipts of $1,000 a day for the fall months of this year compared witn the fall months of last year, show how our population is growing. I be lieve New Orleans will have a popula tion of 3(55,000 people at the close of 190H. Always Increases the Strength! , A reasonable amount of food thor oughly digested and properly assimi lated will always increase the strength. If your stomach is a "little off Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organs to assimiliate and transform all food Into tissue-building blood. Kodol relieves Sour Stomach, Belch ing, Heart-lltirn and all forms of lidl- gestlon. Palatable and strengthening. Sold by all druggists. MADRID COAL MINERS TAKEN TO TRINIDAD. On account of tho fire In tue Col orado Fuel & Iron company's mine at Madrid, N. M.. which necessitated the closing down of the mine and the throwing of a number of men out of work, a hunch of miners were ship ped in hero this morning and taken in charge by Kohert O'Nell. the !v cal superintendent, who will distrib ute them through the l.as Animas country mines to work temporarily until the other mine can be opened, sayb the Trinldud Chronicle. The miners at Madrid who were thrown out of work by the fire are all being taken care of in this state as near un possible, in oruer that the men may not have to bet-in the new year without work. They are all expert workmen, too. and the company does not care to loe them. May Live 100 Years. The chances for living a full enn tury are excellent In the case of Mrs. Jennie Duncan of Hayuesville, Mo., now 70 years old. She writes: "Elec tric Hitlers cured my of chronic dy spepsia of Ai years' standing, and made me fJe as well and strong as a young girl' fleet rlc Hitters cure Stomae.i and I. her Diseases, ISlood disorders. General Debility and bodily weakness. Sold .Mi a guarantee at all druggy. j.ri,.e uiy 5Qc. Rosnell elks Vo give banquet to hagerman. Afa meeting of .thf- ltoiwell lodge f flks the other evening, t ''"as defi nitely decided to give a tnquet to ' '"t' ernor-elect Hrl.., l dmn-rniHti Th! afTair was placed in tbVbandfi of a Special committee, who w Ik niake arrangements, if pefrjole, the baiquc t will be given ofi o night before. Mr. Hugerumn lea-e: Hoswell or the territorial ca.riltl "i labium, k n want ad. 1 1 Try a Citize NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Small Holding Claim No. 1076. Department of the Interior, United btates Land Office, Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 29, 1905. Notice is iiereby given that the fol lowuiK-uauieu claimant Has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim under Sections lfi and 17 of the act of March 3. 1891 (2 Stats., 854), as amended by tne act or February 21, 1893, (27 Stats., 470). and that said proof will l.e made before U. S. Court Commis sioner at Albuquerque, N. M.. on the 8th day of February, 1906, Vis: Trinidad Jaramillo y Maxwell, for the Small Holding Claim No. 1076, in Sees. 9 and 10. T. 6 N., K. 2 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous ad verso K88eesion of said tract for twenty years next preceding the sur vey of the township, viz: Leopoldo Jaramillo, of Tome, N. M.; Pedro rtWlegoBuf Tome, N. M.; Jose Aragon y Hernal. of Tome, N. M.; Manuel Salazar y Otero, of Albuquer que. N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial reason against the laws and regulations of the Interior Department why such proof hhould not be allowed will he given an oPiortunlty at the above mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal of thai submitted by claimant. MANUEL K. OTERO, Register. o NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Small Holding Claim No. C55.) .. Department of the Interior, United Status Land Office, Santa Fe, N. M., Dee. 29, 1905. Notice Is 'hereby given that the fol- uwiiiK uauien claimant Has rued no tice of his intention to make final proor in BitpiMirt of his claim under Sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3. I MM (2 stats., 54), as amended by the act. of February 21, 1893, (27 Siats., 4701. and that said proof will be made before V. S. Court Commis sioner at Albuquerque, N. M., on the Kth day of February, 190G, Vis: Koniulo Aragon y Iiaea. agent of Ter esa Maca y (tarda de Aragon, for the Small Holding Claim No. 655, Sec. 25, T. 7 N- it. 2 K and Sec. 30, T. 7 N.. K. 3 K. He names the following witnesses' to prove his actual continuous ad verse possession of said trat for t weiii y years rext preceding the sur vey of the township, viz: kafael Ourule, of peraba. N.. 1.; Arihiiiio Jose Aragon, of Valencia, N. M.; (iregorlo Aragon, of Valencia, N M : Francisco Aragon y Iiaea, it Vale iii'U, N. M. Any person who desires to protest ai-'alnst the allowance of said proof, or wlio knows of any substantial reason against the laws and regulations of the Interior 'Department why such lipnf should not be allowed will lie -; i v . ii an opportunity at the aliovo inentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evldeneo in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. MANTEL It. OTERO, Register. Perfection Attained. I'erlection can only be attained In the physical by allowing Nature to appro priate and not dissipate her own t ':urees Cathartics gripe, weaken ilis.-ipa'e. while IeWiit'B Little Kearly Hirers simply expel all putrid matter and Hie, thus allowing the liver to as sume normal activity, (rood for the complexion. VV. H. How, Houston. Tex., says: ' Fur years I have used Little Karly liiser i'ills tn my faniilv No beiier pill enn le ned for consti pation." Si 'lil t'.v all druggists. 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