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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1906.
PAGE TWO. ALHUQUEHQDE EVENING CITIZEN HIE EVENING CITIZEN Published Dally and Weekly by The Citizen Publishing Company at Poetnffir for tranamlwilon thrauch the tail aa eeeond ctaae matter. ll N I O N LA BE. L 80 YEAR OLD MOTHER OF NAVAL HERO WORKS AS DEPARTMENT CLERK Official Paper of llcrnalilln County And City of Albuttinrqun. aamlattd PrH fftfrnocn DUpitehw. Urpit City Ind County Circulation. T Lirwit Nfw Mexico CirtulsMft. lart Northfrn Vl?rri CirniWtffl. RETAINS POSITION IN GOVERN MENT LAND OFFICE AFTER SON AND GRANDSON LOSE LIVES FOR NATION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: rtalhr be mall, or year In advance. I5.C0 I Nulr br mail, per month Weakly br mail, one year .Ml 2.uu Dally by Carrier, 60c per month TH Evnijio Cmrf.N will he delivered In the He at the low rat of 2v cents per week, or for fio cents per month, when pawl monthly. AdTertlilng Rales Hade Known on Application Babnerihere will eenfer a favor br nntifrln ua wnmeniatelr on anr non-dplivrnr of the paper. All letter and remittancen ahmild be addrewed to Tm Citiirn PCMtFiimn Company. Draft, cheeke. postofllce and eipreiw moner order must be made payable u the order of the mmpanr OUW KLIPKOKti! Automatic 183 Colorado I HOME COMING WEEK FOR KENTUCKIANS LOUISVILLE EXPECTS TO ENTER TAIN SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSAND THE COMING JUNE. The business manager of The livening Citizen, W. T. McCreight, W. J. Cardwell, and probably other ex Kcntuektans, here, in the city, have re- lved handsomely printed folders announcing the fact that all Ken tuckians. who left that grand old commonwealth and took up their resi lence elsewhere, will be welcomed to m. "Home Coming Gathering," which will be held in the city of Louisville, from June 13 to 17, 1906, inclusive, The celebration will be under the auspices of the Louisville Commercial Cinb that city !eing the host-cfly. All Kentuckians will Join in the wel come to Its returning sons and daughters. Every county in the state will have a commissioner, appointed by Governor Beckham, and head quarters will be opened in the new Armory (one of the lurgest -of the kind in the United States), there to receive and register natives of each county. Bach county in the slate has assured Col. R. S. Crown, chairman of the entertainment committee of the club, that it will aid in the heartiest co operation to entertain the prodigal eons and daughters. Railroads all over the United States wlll give one fare for the round trip for this great, event, so the chances of having many thousands of trans planted Kentuckians, their wives, their sons, and daughters, will be greatly enhanced. Wednesday. June 13lh, will be known as "Reception and Welcome Day." Hon. Henry Watterson. whom the writer has had the pleasure of meeting and listening to his famous lectures cn several occasions, will de liver the chief address of welcome, and ex-Governor David R. Francis of Missouri, the response. Several other distinguished ex-Kentucky orators will also address the people. Thursday, June 14th. is to be "Foster Day," in honor or Stephen Collins Foster, the author of the im mortal song, "The Sun Shines Bright on My Old Kentucky Home." It is intended that this best of all famous eongs be sung that day 'by 5,000 school children, in honor of Foster's memory. On that day the home-comers will be taken on special trains to Frankfort, to witness the unveiling of the Foster statute In the new capitol, in that city. Friday, June 13th, will bo "Daniel D:ne Day;" Suturday, June 16rh, "Greater Kentucky Day," and Sunday. June 17th, will be "Until We Meet Again," and everybody will attend the churches. On "Daniel Boone Day" there will be prizes for sewing bees, apple parings, corn husklngs, the day concluding with the "Virginia Reel," on a platform (inside a stockade), built to hold several thousand couples. Shocks of corn and barrels of apples are being gathered this winter to be used in the husking and paring. There will be excursions to all the Irlncipal sights, including the Mam moth Cave, the two high bridges, to the battlefields of IVrryvllle and Pea Kidge, and the several hundred thous and ex-Kentucklans, who will no doubt attend, can be assurred of a KTand time in Louisville, the coming June. New Mexico has had a number of cx-Kentuckians who made for them selves honorable names among men In the southwest, and The Citizen nientioiiH Judge I,. S. Trimble, now de ceased; Colonel John P. McGrontz.of Doming; Urn. Granvill A. Richardson of Roswell; H. O. Bowman, banker or Ijs Cruces; Hon. Xeill B. Field Oilonel A. A. Trimble and W. H Cheatham, manager of the Alvarado, of this city, and many others. All will probably attend the great hoine- 'coming event irl Louisville. It has been suggested lhat all form--r Kentuckians, now in Albuquerque, or In this county, send in their names to W. T. McCreight, who will forward them to Col. Brown, at ljouisvllle, so the latter can in his letters extend to them an invitation to participate the festivities. Washington. D. C Feb. 14. At the ige of Mi. Mrs. Ann K. Gridicy. mother of the famous captain tJ whom Ad miral Dewey gave the order, "You may begin firing when you are ready, Gridley," and grandmother of Lieu tenant John V. P. Cridley, killed two years ago by the explosion of the battleship Missouri, is regularly at work as a clerk in the land office, n subdivision of the Department of the Interior. Spry, cheery, and without a wjrd of complaint, Mrs. Gridicy keeps the reg ular office hours, and does the regu lar work of those in her division. She has worked for the government, al most continuously, for 30 years. Dur ing Cleveland's administration she was let out; the records showed that she had served ns nurse In the union army. But Presideut Harrison re appointed her, and she has been in office since. Her salary is U00 a year. Mrs. Gridicy came to Washington from Michigan shortly after the war. Her husband was Frank Grldley of Hillsdale, Mich. He had been engaged in mtrcantlle pursuits before the war, but he became a confirmed invalid, and Mrs. Gridicy sought employment and supported them both for many years. She has one son. Luelen E. Grldley. for years an employe of the treasury I department, with whom she lives. Mrs. Grldley has a pension of $20 a month granted her, on account of her services as nurse during the Civil War. President Roosevelt has taken a personal interest In Mrs. Grldley, and has recommended that congress pass a bill, increasing her pension to $100 a month, which would enable Iter to resign from office and take a few years rest. Representative Aldcn Smith has introduced a bill, but the matter has failed to attract attention in the press of other legislation. The prize money to which Captain Grldley was entitled as a result or the captures In Manila Bay, amount ing to nearly $100,ino, went, with the insurance and pension, to his widow, who resides in Erie, Pa. The latter also received the insurance, etc., after the death of her son, the young lieu tenant, who was killed on the Mis souri. Captain Giidley's r mains were cre mated in Manila, and no monument ever has been erected to commemor ate him or ills bravery in the national cemetery at Arlington, though there Is Elf Ann "tV Grid, ley DO YOU WANT THE NAME AND ADDRESS of the man who should bo working for tout of the man wh5 would grimiy lend you money" -"'lTif of the man Jh3 u HK to buy your horse? J of. the man who would buy an Interest in your bualnwat ; '' of the man who would buy that lot of ground? - 4 of the man who would buy your old bicycle? X5hQ Citizen Want Ads, Furnish you with names and addresses of people who are "Neccessary to Your Prosperity" WANTED WANTED Voting man, raised on farm, would like work on a ranch. Address, S. M., Citizen. W A NTE I 1 1 1 gl i est c a s:i price paid for second-hand household gcxids. M. Ellison, 4(15 South First street. Colo, 'phone, Red 131. WANTEDGentleman or lady, with good reference, to travel for firm of $250,0110 capital. Salary, $1,72 per year and expenses; salary paid weekly and expenses advanced. Ad dress, with stamp, J. A. Alexander, Albuquerque, N. M. TO EXCHANGE I have Borne ranches to trade for city property. T. L. McSphdden. 300 South Broadway. BANK INSTITUTIONS h .j Montezuma Trust Co. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus .$100,0Q0 Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits FOR RENT FOR RENT Rooms lor housekeep ing. 524 West Railroad avenue. also a bill for this purimse, pigeon holed somewhere in some capitol com mittee room. "My work Is very pleasant here," said Mrs. Gridicy. "I have little writ ing now to do, and spend most -of my time arranging documents alphabetic ally and numerically. Long practice has given me quite a bit of skill In this line. "Everybody Is very, considerate and kind. Sometimes I think It would be restful if I could afford to go and pay a few visits, and see my relatives and friends. That Is where that in crease of pension would come handy. But 1 am more anxious that they build a suitable monument to my son in Arlington. That Is really a grief to me. "I was received by the president, a while ago. He was more than kind so courteous, and so much of a gentle man. It was his own thought about the Increase of pension." Officials of the land department have only go'id words for Mrs. Ann Grldley. On the occasion of her 80th birthday, she was given a reception by her fellow employes and depart mental friends. FOR RENT Rooms for light house keeplng. D24 South Second street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with steam heat. Grant building, SOO-SOS1 Railroad avenue. Inquire at room B. FOR RENT The nine-room brick house, with bath and laundry, at 211 North Fifth street. Maynard Gun- Blll. Money to Loan On Furniture, Pianoe. Organs, Horses Wagons and other Chattels: also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE-! CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high as sou.uu. Loans are quickly made 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 Ate. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. FOR RENT Three, four ami five" room houses; one furnished. W. H. McMillion, real estate dealer, 211 West Gold avenue. FOR RENT Three-room, furnished tent and other rooms after the 16th, from $10 to $15 per month. Mrs. E. K. Norrls, 524 St. John street. FOR SALE FOR SALE All lots in Coronada Place. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. SEL.L, KENT OR TRADE ust your property with T. 1. flic&pauaen, aw South Broadway. FOR SALE Furniture and musical instruments; must be sold at once, Call at 110 Hazeldine avenue. RED RIVER MINING DISTRICT LOOKS GOOD EASTERN CAPITAL POURING IN AND OBTAINING PROPERTIES. THE LYNCH MINES. NEW HEAD OF ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE With the pr spocts of the St. Louis, Rocky Mountain & Pacific railroad reaching Elialiethtown, New Mexico, next summer, mining there is leing revived. Manv of the old mines which have been Idle for years are leing again placed In condition for active work. Prospect lug is going on over the grounds every day, and new mines will be developed. Lack of railroad facilities has made the shipment of the dirst so expensive that It did not pay to work the mines. The ore had to be hauled in wagons for sixty miles to the railroad and then shipped to the smelter. This will soon be obviated and the mine owners are getting ready to ixgin w.irk in the early spring. The Lynch mines, consisting tf the Bandana group, have recently been purchased by t'has. Gibbons of Phila delphia, Pa., and Pittsburg capitalists. Thrt price paid for the mines was $16j,iM"i. The m in s were examined for the purchasers by Col. A. P. Hunter, the mining expert of Wallace. Idaho. It is claimed that by proper develop ment the mines at Elizabethtown will surnass those of Cripple Creek. Mat FOR SALE OR TRADE A good bust ness for city property. T. L. Mc Spadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE Ten thousand gallon cedar tank cheap. J. H. Heald, 805 East Grand ave. Colorado phono 6 three rings. l-'Ult SALE Indian trading post good location and a paying business. T. U McSpadden, 300 South Broad way. FOR SALE Saddle pony; also sec ond hand harness and saddle. W H. McMillion, real estate dealer, 211 West Gold avenue. BROTHER LEWIS SUCCEEDS BROTHER BOyULPH, THE LAT TER'S DEATH OCCURRING LAST WEEK. Brother E. Lewis, prefect of stud ies, has been chosen by the board of directors of St. Michael's college, Santa Fe, to Mil the vacancy created by the death of the veneralble Brother Botulph, which occurred last Friday at noon. Brother Ambrose was selected to nil the position of prefect, and Brother Charles was placed In charge-of the third class, the place formerly held by Brother Ambrose. The board of directors had its meeting Monday af ternoon. The selection of Brother Lewis as head of the college meets with the approval of the brothers and friends of this great educational in stitution generally. There are several brotuers who have been teaching in St. Michaels Tor many years, uui hi placing a voting man at the head of the institution, the directors secured new vigor, advanced Ideas, and a man who will be able Hi hold 1he reins for a goodly number of years. NOT A PATENT MEDICINE FOR SALE Cheap, Fairbanks Ai Morse' 3-horse Dower gasoline en gine, suitable for small , pumping pmnt. r.nquire ,i. w. .Mcmmue. FOR SALE OR RENT Residence 1016 West Railroad avenue. Ad dress. Darby A. Day, El Paso, Tex FOR SALE OR TRADE A good Schumaker piano. A bargain. T L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway FOR SALE Small stock merchandise at si bargain. T. U McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE A handsome Hardman piano, In fine condition and almost new, at a bargain. For partlcu lars, call at this office. Hyomei a Scientific Treatment for Catarrh by Breathing Medicated A'r. thew Lynch took out of the Bandana Breathed through the pocket in- niines. prl -r to 188H, over $2,5i,imhj j baler that comes with every ouur, in gold. Since that date the mines 1 Hyomei destroys all catarrhal germH have not been worked. Michael Cow! in the air-passages of the throat and ley, well known in this cily. has been nose, soothes and heals ine nn nlaeeH in ehnrire of the mines. No tated mucous membrane and effect u- expense will le spared to place them 'ally drives from the system all traces u. rirut oIiko urLo,r riier x sreai ! of catarrhal noisou. 1. ,.r 1'. ,.,,, I,,.. i w4.iui iJ No tine should confound Hyomei ... .. ,n 1 with llu nateilt medicines thai art mwill tla ine new lauiuaii iiiiw, . . , 1.. . in, i-ii- Wmi ui eliTHri 11 fill, . i atur 1 Elizabethtown, and property ri,., 11...... t.,,.,.1 u,i Mi,. in,, nioml is more Tanmuiv glass. The romuleto Hyomei outfit sistinir of a neat lMicket Inhaler, medicine dropper, and a 1... t !.,. tt on.l mill, tvti a luiiiit-i ain'UL ij ' long, an, I expect to go another l.nuu feet. The prci-idcnt of the company Is Alexander Mclntire of Pittsburg. Pa. The late Janu s Lynch of this c ity was the treasurer of the company, li is rep ite.l that they have recently L.,,,.,, s(., Veiiiarkablo results from its found some very llch copper ore. usl (m, Uu,y H(, lt n,i,,r an absolute The old Aztec mine, out of hicb ! na'rantee that it costs nothing unless millions were taUen m tin t hem Deep c nipany is located about two and one half miles north of Elizabethtown and has been carrying en work for about two vears. The owners have con all 11s the dia than cheap COII- a hoi tie of extra hot ile rnn lie obtained for bo cents making it the most economical method of curing catarrh, as well as the most r.-l:iil.l .1 II O Uiellv Company have sold a jnat inanv Hyomei outfits and have FOR SALE Ten lots for half thei value, if sold at once. Also, two cottages to rent. H. R. Sollie. a Emmons Furniture Company's store, 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 way. FOR SALE Modern bungalow, one and one-half block from car line two lots, gas, electric lights, trees lawn. barn. Inquire C. A. Wright Alvarado Indian building. THIS IS THE NEXT. One four-room frame house, modern. One five-room brick on South Edith street, both for S3 600 00 Rented all the time for $20 each. A 12 per cent investment. PORTERFIELD CO., Office, 110 West Gold Avenue. Notarial work and conveyancing. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 15 and 16, Grant block, over the Golden Rule Dry Goods company. Both 'phones. Appointments made Dy mail. Edmund J. Alaer. 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. Teiepnone i. ap polntments made by man. LAWYERS. Bernard S. Rodey. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Albuquerue N. M. Prompt attention given to an business pertaining to the proiession Will practice in all courts of the terri tory and before the United State land office. With Ample Means and Unsurpassed Facilities. Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation, and Accounts Capital, $190,000.00. 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. Blackwell George Arnot 0. E. Cromwell DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQTja, N. U. I Orflcan and Director. JOBE7A 8. RAYNOLDS ..... M. W. FLOCRNOT ......tee PMaMesrt JMANK MoOiiBj m ) Oaaular R. A. FROST AMsXait Casfater H. F. fiATNOLiDS .,, ma . . mm . m- . , mimm M , . , ,yreeAsjsl v. . DBPOaiTORT. . ;:I.3ISl'5I?'lr:?t " Anttorlsed Capital mmr....f90m PaU Up Caoltal, Surplus and Profit $36$,O0-. Depository for Atchison, Topeka Sc. Banta Fe Railway Oonryay 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. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office Crcm well block, Albuquerque, N. M. A O. N. MARRON, President. J. B. HERNDON, Cashier. The State National Bank oi Albuquerque. New Mexico Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 15,000.00 ARCHITECTS. F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling ford, rooms 46 47, Barnett building Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones. " NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Maddison, Office with W. B. Childcrs, 117 West Gold avenue. The State National bank solicits a share of your business, upon the basis of sound, progressive banking, liberal and accurate treat ment. Correspondence or a personal interview solicited. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FOR SALE $25,000 rancn at a bar gain; will take small property in exchange. Write, wire, phone or talk with F. L. McSpadden, 303 South Broadway. FOR SALE A good general merchan dise and grocery business, with meat market included, and buildings for rent. Inquire, M. Dragoie, 300 North Broadway. FUR SALE Hotel, European plan; 20 rooms, newly furnished In new building: best location in city; a fine business proposition. Reason for selling, poor health. Address, V. J., this office. FOR SALE $700 will buy equity in first-class residence on the best street In the city; will rent for $15 month; owner leaving town. F. L McSpadden. 303 Sout'n Broadway. FOR SALE A flrst-ciass, doubl-bar rcled, 12-gauge shotgun; bran new never has been used; one of th best makes. Call at The Citizen of flee for particulars. IIIJ! II' Kodol Digests What You Eat. Just a little KodoJ after meals will relieve that fulness, belching, gas on ritomach, and all other symptoms of indigestion. Kodol digestB what you vat, and enables the stomach and di gestive organs to perform their func tions naturally. Kodol Is a thorough digestant and wrfll afford relief from any disorders due to imperfect diges tion or mal-assiuillatioD. Sold by all druggists. 7"s. is In-1 goliated for by IndiamiiMilis i ill ( capitalists, w hile Hie placer grounds ; Ivuia between (iiou-e Gulch and lnie; Gulch, embracing 5.IMMI aires, logtihcrj with the big ditcn. 42 miles long, has been bargained for by Sir Thomas Bird of Wallingfunl, England. I it cures. KILLtme cough and CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr. King's Nov Discovery fONSUMPTION OUGHS and iOLOS Price 50c I $1.00 Free Trial. barest and, Cuicicet (Jure tor ail THROAT and LUNO TaOOB- JLKS, or MONiTl BACK. AFTER THE "SOILED DOVES" OF SOCORRO. COMING EVENTS February 24 Mme. ModjesUa. One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drugs, and it has been curing cougs, colds, croup and whooping cough so long that it has proven itself to be a tried and friend to the many who uso it. Foil SALE A good paying hotel In riinall town. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. A. L Morgan. THE 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. 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, Office, 6-8, N. T. Armljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with High c-w,M u-ipctrieal Current and Ger mlclde. Treatments given each day r-nm g n. m. to 4 n. m. Trained nurse In attendance. Both 'phones "DRSTW. H. & J. D. NUSBAUM, Phvsicians and Surgeons, iitlie.. over Hickox & Maynard's Jew- elrv Siore. Second street. UNDERTAKER. i.to 'nlione 316. Colo. Rod 115. A. BORDERS, r.itv Undertaker. Commercial Club Building. Black and white hearse, $5. District Alloiiuv Hlfeuo ilaca isltni. making a vigorous and determined ef-' No need to fear of your child choking fort t": rid Court street of I wo or from croup with One Minute Cough three ne.sis of very undesirable char acters, savs tile Socorro Chieftain In 1 his effort he should have Hie sup ! porl of every officer of the law of j either high or yow degree and of all good citizens as well. Such denizens' as those thai Mr. Baca is trying to re I move should ceriainly n 't be allowed I to inhabit one of ihe principal thor oughfares of ill,- ity. Never Gripe or Sicken. They never gripe or sicken, but cleanse and strengthen the stomach liver and bowels. This is tile univer sal verdict of the many thousands who use DeWitt's Little Early Risers These famous little pills relieve head ache, constipation, biliousness, Jaun dice, torpid liver, sallow complexion, etc. Try Little Early Risers. Cure handy. Sold by all druggists. PROFESSIONAL CARDS VOCAL INSTRUCTION. MRS. W. H. MILLS. Vocal Instruction and voice build ing a specialty. Studio, 412 South Fifth street. Automatic phone, 741. o DR. Practice W. G. SHADRACH, Ear, Nose limited to Eye and Throat. iWnii.it a n aurist for Santa Fe coas lines niHra 31314 West Railroad Hour- 9 to 12 a. m. and 130 to 5 p. 111. LAND MATTERS. H. W. S. Otero, United States Court Commissioner, 7ns West Silver avenue, win attena to matters before the land office. 0 "OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1871 L. B. RUTNEY WHOLESALE GROCER Flour, Grain and Provisions Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock ot Staple Groceries in the Southwest. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVENUE ALBUQUERUE, N. U. O4OOOC'CCO04O OO0OOOO4OO0 FOR SALE 1,000-acre ranch, plenty of water, 2 cows, 2 good horses, har ness ami wagon; 4-room house, barn, etc., $;5,m)ii. N. Peach & Co., real estate dealers, 208 ,i West Gold avenue. Fur SALE Twost r brick building. sixteen rooms; hot water bent, hot and cold water; gas and electric- 1 ....s n eacn room 10, ni: loet; ,c, ,, rf Mnl Engeer.. United Hose In- the best riming and Deputy Mineral Surveyors. iMiarding house location In the city; HAs3AYERS house nicely furnished; price and;E . cf Piaia, San'ta Fe. N. M. terms reasonable. Address. II. C..I - care of Citizen. 1 FUR SALE OR TRADE 2 rooming, bouses. T. L. McSpadden, 30u South! Broadway. O o v 1 e o t C o m 111 e r ci al ir v 1 n j 1 n The CITIZEN JOB Rooms Lottmr Hoada Envelope Not Memd Rrogrmm invitation Catalogue Blank Book Receipt Book In other word wo turn o. u t every thin g a printer know how to do .... ASSAYERS. CORBET & COLLINS, BEAUTY CULTURE. MRS. M. HELENA LEONARD, Graduate of Parisian Institute. Late of New York city. The latest scientific appliance and up to dat methods fo' treating the hair, face Complexion steaming ana FUR SALE A nine-room, mo-story brick dwelling in the Highlands; 1 Iik.. In- llHtll. electric 11 ellt pel. , ' . i.. it - ' . . Mi1 acflln K.r, nam. . i.toKu.,, n uikcn at - .,,, .n. .h.mrwv DteacuuiK, iuuh.ui.mB -- - ine- Electrolytic automatic water I massage, ill:! West (!o'd avenue. once. Basy terms u iicsireo. rost- oflico Hox 218. BUSINESS EXCHANGE. McSl'ADDEN The exchange man. See him tot business exchanges. Sun South Broadway. T Auto phone 279. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell, Room 23. N. T. Armljo Building i'u EXCHANGE I have property in I'.l'in.ij Iowa. Missouri. WnKiii Colorado and Arizona to trade for You might have expected it. Just VI. i nine rune liroiil'rlv Toll.- .n uft.ir John I.. Sullivall Starts Oil a me. T. L. McSpadden, 3'JO South ' monologue expedition, there Is an Pmadway. other boxer uprising iu China. vefill 33. RUPPE PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE At Consistent Prices 203 W. RalEtW Arte. -T. C. 13ALDRIDGB NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING Covets more, looks best, wears , longest, most economical, full measure. Paint, Glass, Bash Doers PAPER Alwaya Plaster, Lime. Camaat. at. FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUERQUE H. M. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN IF YOU WANT THE NEWS s e 0 0 ?