THURSDAY, JANUARY 25. 1906
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BEAUTY 4-0 MACT
A1.UQUE1.QUK EVENING CITIZEN.
J I Si I
and unsurpassed quality are
the features In our nifmmotn
furniture emporium, -which,
coupled with a low price.
makes a plenslng combina
tion to the eye as well as the
pocket book, and appeals to
the artistic and economical
alike. See out line of dining
room Rets, all prices; pic
tures In new and original de
signs, with frames finished
to match the furniture. Mail
J. D. EMMONS,
Colo, phone, 177; Auto phone, O
474. West and of viaduct. Y
COR. COAL AVE. & 2D ST. A
FAVORITISM IN RAILROAD RTES
7i W - jr
h 'inc.u "",a, ls '? f Hie novel-
.Vu .7" ' 0n",,n "'arkets. It's au
rh;: ; v . Jan- 23. one of
. ...ans 0, f riemls hi. writ
v fJ "Vlng him o allow New
vi vny 10 Keep its streets.
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See the loves of bread?
Are they not of equal size?
Not by a Jugful.
But it Is the way the railroad would have them.
Of course, the Mobile loaf Is larg Flour (in sacks) comes all the way
from East St. Louis, III., at 17 cents per 100 lbs.
Vet Yellow Pine, only 60 mlle$ nearer East St. Louis, has to pay 33
cents, nearly iwice as much.
Tupelo. Miss., 219 miles nearer E:st St. Louis than Yellow Pine, gets
Its flour delivered if it pays 24 cents.
Quitman, Miss., only 49 miles nearer Kast St. Louis than Yellow Pine,
pays 25 cents.
Meridian. Miwa., through which tln fluur has to go en route to Yellow
Pine, 70 miles away, and to Mobile, only pays 20 cents.
Evidently, the railroad is about as " impartial as Cinderella's stepmother.
.' n O .1-11 rt niroin Inf., . V. ! . - n .... .1 ... I It 1 , 1 1 . ,
... "iii'miR..i0 a uiKn ianK uy ins emcient, man-
clue to trouble with the injector of the agenient and whoever takes his place
A Silva, u Santa I'e machinist, liv
ing at 608 South Second street, left
last night for Los Angeles, where he
goes for a tew weeks' vacation. His
two sisters accompanied him.
will have a hard standard to keeu uo
to. It is presumed that his successor
will come from one of the houses fur
ENGINE BLEW UP
AT SAN BERNARDINO.
Willi a roar that shook the entire
He Hung Hit Head.
.tira. hVP nmrn f.t.-4 n I 1 .. i
luuBi synsn woman In tile ritv
v- . . .. - - -
i)i at an Km 1 .,,,-. -. 1.
. , " any iii
ui raemtiHer IS.
"That was n rrnln- i.,.. i.
. . . " ' I" Birn
-I me vneenngions last night"
"Rousing? I should say so. It kept
the Whole nelehlinrhnmi
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You All Pay Ud.
To all who owe their taxes will save
cost by coming In paying their taxes,
inside of next ten days, as you all
know my time g out. So you all must
come In and pay, as you ought to
know that I can not pay all of your
Now please come and pay If you
dont. I will levy as I go. You all prom
ised to pay next week, but next week
ls slow about coming. So I am forced
to collect, so I can pay off the county
debt which is against me.
Now you may remember this is no
Joke. The money has to come, by
coming in and paying you will save
$2. For I don't mean to pass no one
It may seem hard to you who have
owed me for two or three years when
you are walking around with money
in your pocket.
You had better come in and pay tax
for now Is the time to save cost.
G. W. MORGAN. S. I.. C.
Hyden (Ky.) Thousandsticks.
A New York minister rierlnrpa nine
out of ten fashionable women in that,
city drink. Really, he knows too much
about such things for a minister.
If von ara lnt t ai It l haranaa vmiv fi4
turn to fat instead of muscle strength.
If you are too lean the fat producing food
that VOU eat axe not nrortarl riioaatari ant
Lean, thin, stringy people do not have
enough Peoiin in the atomach. whila fat
fala tiava r miinh Panaln mi l
aontaJna all tha riimtntlva lulnaa tfc.t
found in a healthy stomach, and in
exactly those proportion neeetsary te
enabla the atamar.h anI A i rr. f iva a .
to dtgeet and assimilate all food that may
be eaten. Kodol is not only a perfect
digettant, but it la a reconstructive, tl
ue building tonio at well. Kodol cure
T J -r wai WWlllMII.
Heartburn, Palpiution of the Heart and
Constipation. You will like it
Ditfests What You Eat
Rest the stomach, rebuild the
tieeuea and give firm flash.
All Kind of Freeh and Salt Meete.
Steam Sausage, Factory,
Masonic Building, North Third Street
LONDON CLUB LIVERY AND
Corner Second and Marquette.
Auto Phone, 311. Colo., 300 Red. V,
Day and Night Hack. m
Albuaueroiifl Kc m.i m
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor
(Successor to Balling Bros)'
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage and we guar
antee first clasa baking.
207 S. First Street. Albuquerque.
Otlla kattu ka!d llf
Umm a BHk m th
lrtl, 91 a am ilia.
frpr ai Ua 11
rrr f B D.WIM
For sale by all druggists.
ASK FOR THE 190 Konni ai
MANAC AND 200-YEAR CALEN-
Established In 1882
F. C. PRATT &CO.
Sole agents for Casino Canned Good
Ja. Heektn & Co.'s Coffee, lm
boden'a Granite Flour.
Stap1 and Fancy
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Creamery Butter Best
Order Solicited. Free Delivery.
214 South Second Street.
Juet Write and Ak.
(Richard MansflelH 'has ft n two 1 a1
the theatrical trust to allow Sarah
Bernhardt to appear In its theaters.)
New York. Jan. 25. .Tn wttrira k
decided to appeal to Henry H. Rogers
to answer Attornev General Mmllov'a
Questions. Joe also bbvo h inianja n
ask John D. Rockefeller not to bother
me independent oil companies.
A Modern Miracle.
Truly miraculous seemed the in.
covery of Mrs. Mollle Holt of this
placer' writes .1 O TJ Itnnnpr WnH.
ford, Tenn., "she wae so wasted by
coughing up puss from her lungs.
Doctors declared her end so near that
the family had watched by her bed
side forty-eight hours; when, at my
urgent request Pr. King's New Dis
covery was given her, with the aston
ishing result that Imnrovement beenn.
and continued until she finally com-
pletely recovered, and ls a jiealthy
woman todav." Guaranteed cure for
ni,i rhief r.Wnnm Ma uihi h ' ouBus and colds. 50c and ll.no at all
wife the Cher day. Germilmo Is true i artlgglstg- Trlal bottle free-
to his Apache culture, and in his old Washington. 1). C., Jan 25.-Several
age scorns peace. .,, v" ,,,,
i to ask the newspapers of the country
and get to be kind to the United States sen
ate. -. iV
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at 1. c Raldrldges Lum
TOTI A Off API
Dealers in Orocertei, Provision. Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine line of Imported Wine, Liquor
and Cigar, place your orders (or
this line with hi.
213 216-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
FOUND AT. LAST
tI,T . V lit M ,ltll0t ihrinklng. We bave added to our a).
Ji ! uquifpc? nlery a machine wtth which we can handle
Irt u. tMm X uUTS W5e,n we 're throuh w,th them the?
Ha .a ''im". ew; ' ofer laundries shrink them, bring them to u
and we will straighten them out for you.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO "IKSS8"
"GOOD HORSESI" WHY
NOT GOOD HARNESS?
Make matters match. If you're the
proud possessor of a fine horse or
team see to It that their equipment Is
in keeping with their worth. We have
a reputation for turning out harness
which bears critical Inspection from
any viewpoint strength, style, dura
bility, price moderation. A to the
Intter, we will be glad to Quote you
cost any time you ask it. Please ask.
imscrlbe for Ttie Citizen
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DlUhfUiHI Ol'ivj, llKf una i ' " " " 'wni iimi duwh llie trill
the Canyon run for nearly two years iiiy. Salt Lake passenger engine :
the main ! I'4 blew tin lust before midnight In
line, with uicre pay and a better! the yards of the union station, says
chance for promotion
The Santa Fe will build a new track
the San Bernardino Sun. Th enptna
and boiler were reduced to scrap Iron,
a-nd the pieces scattered for hundreds
hc .......... . ..... incico BL-aucicu ioi nunareas
from Mellin or the cantilever bridge I of feet in every direction, the ground
tn Needles. The new track will lie
built through the foothills, thus avoid
ing the encroachment of the Colorado
river during floods. The present track
runs along the river from the bridge
nearly to Needles and has been a
source of trouble during high waters.
The eastern roads are -watching
each other like hawks these days to
. ... . .u 1 """iifi in me rau c
discover which of them will be the the ex)loF.io
first to break the anti-pass agreement S() jf, f
It is freely predicted by those in a .po- erte th exvU,siaUJ De gained
altlon to know that it is only a mat- ,,y ,he fac( ' boiler was lit
ter of time until as many people will f.rall ,ifte(, the frame carried
be riding on passes and free trans- hih ln tf) , e a double som.
portation as ever betore as they claim (,rgailU , d alighting fX 150 feet
the railroads cannot enforce the no ahead of h eng ne was stand
pass" rule, for the reason that In- inK. The framework of hi eZn0 was
i. ..... ,.!, i.o.i f,.ui ni? .ma nst iip.j .. ' luo niBiiio was
"i" " " " . """i irora tne track unit Hn,nnj
col . 7. n"-
lsy being torn up like a newly plowed
mm. fortunately, no one was in
jured. Night Engine Hostler Sam Walker
had a very narrow escape from seri
ous injury. If not death. He had but
a few minutes before left 204 and gone
to the Southern Pacific engine that
was standing just in the rear, and was
""nig in tne cab of that engine when
eral feet to one side.
Owing to the fact that the mechan
ical "arm" on a mail car on the Mis
souri Pacific railroad failed to work,
a package containing 2,ooo in bills is
missing, together with about 800 other
pieces of mail. A pouch containing
tha $2,ikio was hung on a crane at
Webster tiroves. mu., mm i"- i)B.Inu. ,,. ."
Missouri Pacific express train passed ""oes Diack.
the station at the rate or sixty nines
an hour, the sack was torn from the
crane and its contents htrewn along
the right of way for a distance of ten
miles. No trace of the money lias
as vet been found.
Edward I- Doheny, the, millionaire
oil man of California, arrived in Albu
querque yestreday, en route from Los
Angeles to tne republic of Mexico.
Mr. Doheny was accompanied by his
family and traveled in bis private car,
"EsteHe." While in the city Mr. Do
heny stilted that he was now supply
ing the Mexican Central railroad with
1,500 barrels of oil per day, for use in
their engines, as they are fast con
verting all of their engines into oil
burner. This oil conn's from
Mexico oil fields near San Luis
tosl. in the s-anie Htate. Mr. Doheny
was one of !ie first men to prospect
for oil in Los Ang'-les and from the flow
struck there in 1S92 lame the foun
dation of his present Immense for
tuue. all made out of oil. Mr. IKiheny
and family 1 ft last niht for the south.
SOME ONE WILL GET GOOD
JOB AT THE CARDENAS.
Hotel men are speculating on the
successor to It. E. Pellow as fnanager
of the Cardenas hotel at TrlnUad.
when Mr. Pillow leaves for El Paso to
assume the management of the new
eating house for the Harvey system
there, says the Advertiser. No one
has yet been chosen for the place. Mr.
Pellow lias Kone to Kansas City to
purshase supplies and fixtures for the
new bouse. The Cardenas position ls
regarded as one of the best on the line
for the Harvey system. Mr. Pellow's
position is probably the best of all
jiow, as It Is the largest. The only
other hotels that compare with the
Cardenas on the Santa Ke western
lines are the Alvaiado at Albuquer
que and the Las Vegas house. Mr.
Pr'Viw Las bt iikM tiie Cardenas up
Denver" Fred Russell, the heavy
weight, has showed up ln Philadelphia,
and is trying to get a match with
Johnson or Ruhlin. If he fails with
. wlJ' ,ry t0 coax j0e Walcott
back nto the arena. He says he has
an old grudge to settle with the Bar-
Groceries, Cigar and Tobacco, and
all klnda af rik Ma. a
300 North Broadway, Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALBUQUERUE.N. M
gjQ GRANDE LUMBER CO,
Getxttal Building Sopplies
Third and Marquette
A. D. JOHNS ON
w m m
That every ingredient must be of choicest
selection, and the brewing, fermenting,
aging and so on faultless, is told in
But there's something else: an inde
scribable element that gives to Wiener
its striking individuality. In a word, it
is Character. There's a most satisfying,
prateful flavor that is always a distinct
VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE
ERNE5T MEVER3 ft CO., Wholeaal Dealer. P
Ainuquerque, New rtesico.
Alweyss tha Qom Oocd Old. "Blatx"i
Sampson wind mills, ranch pumps
and aupplles and horse-power pump
Automatlo 'Phone, 308. Colorado
N. PEACH & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone, 635. Office, 20V
West Gold Arenue.
O. A, SLEYSTER
insurance; real estate
Room 5, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque
Automatic leiepnone, 174,
Finest Wilis kies
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r.
t 2 0 West Railroad Avenue
Wines, Brandies. Etc.
8 AMPLE AND
You best satisfaction In mil)
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
Crrlllo Ammrlcmn Block
$6.00 Per Ton
COKE - MILL WOOD
$ -y"iJr) i'
to bo called mon to doctor burst water
pipes this coming cold spell, and we
huve made provision for emergencies.
Among them let s name the telephone
and night calls. We like to sleep as
well as the next fellow, but if you're
in plumbing trouble don't hesitate to
let us know promptly. Our excellent
work and moderate charges will keep
The Standard Heating &
Colorado phone 284.
, , Auto phone, 671.
... OUR ...
Toln. Tar and Wild Cherry
Is not as good as a prescription from your doctor, but it is prepared
with as much care, and is the best all 'round "bit or miss" Cougn
Syrup we know of.
The Williams Dtxtg Co.
117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
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The Future Railroad
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ui-orr of The Atchison, Topcha &
"mi i Csa3
Metropolis of New
Santa F'e Railway
Belen is 31 miles of the Main Line of the Santa Fe system-leading east and west from Chicago,
anas uity, liaiveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico
The Belen Town aod Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite
Of 1,000 business snd residence lots, size 25x1.2 feet, laid out with brosd sn
tng $16,000; churches. Commercial club; a population of 1,600 inhab'tants- 1 8tr6t8' Wlth Ucn 20 'eet W'de' W'tb beautl,ul Iake and Pub,1 -n1 -r-d old ihade trees; publle .chool house, coil-
restaurants, etc. Belen It the largest shipping point for wool, flour wheat f mercautlle establishment in New Mexico; tbo Belen Patent Roller mill, capacity, 160 barrels dally; large winery; three hotel!,
eat, vine, beans anj hsy In Central New Mexico. Its importance as a great commercial railroad city In (be near future cannot be estimated.
ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS Oe -.,.
F THE SANTA FE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST. NORTH AND SOUTH.
The loti offered ire In the center of the city, well graded, (many 0f them i "
coal and wood yard, drugstore, harness shop, etc., etc. Also a flrt-cla. lmProved, by cultivation) ; no aud ur gr.oel We need a flrst-cIaBs bakery, tailor shop, shoe house, Jeweler, plumbing shop, planlns mOl.
l-'-8 modern hotel.
OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS
PPLY AT ONCE FOR MAP AND PRICES, I F YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO
The Belen Tovsn and Improvement Company
WM. M. BERGER, Secretary
BR JOHN BECKER, President
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