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SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1906.
PAGE TWO. jgj BANK INSTITUTJONJ THE EVENING CITIZEN rWUkt Dally mi Weekly ky The Citizen Publishing Company GOLD PROSPECTS IN k000OOOP00000 I SOME OF THE Albuquerque Evening Citizen ZUNI MOUNTAINS ALHUttUEKQUK EVENING CITIZEN WANT POPULAR COLUMNS t PMtnfflea for tranamlaalon throucfc Of BiiM aa aaeond elaaa mattar. A Writer Makes Comparisons Fvlontctsma Trust Co. ALBUQUERQUE, NET MEXICO I i Between Certain Gold Bearing Sections. The Citizen's Classified Columns Promote Business ADVANTAGES OF TRADING WITH IS WE HAVE THE STOCK WE DELIVER GOODS t. Official Paper of Bnrnalillo County and City of Albuquerque. taKkM fraat AflwuooK DiipitchM. Urgait City ltd County Circulation. TIM Lirrat Now Muxlco Clrculntba. ttrrnt Northar rl?on Cireulntloa. TCRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: PbOt Vt mail. ona yrar la aaranca W.N1 rfl br mail, par month takl7 by mail, ona rar Pafy by Carrier, 60c per month Tmrn Ermmo CinraH will b riellYrrad In the rttr at tiM low rata of 20 rant par waak. or for 60 nk par month, whan paid monthly. AdTertltlnK Rites Made Known on Application Bofcacribara will aanfar a favor by notifying u tRfnadiataly on any non-daliTary of tha paper. AO hrttrra ard ramlttanraa ahmild ha addrri to Taa Cnir.CN ftmuaiiura CoMrAHY. Drafta. rharka, pcatoffica and aitpreaa money order aaaat ba mada payabla to thr ordar of the aampany. OUR TILIPHONIII Automatic 183 Colorado IP PREDICTS MUCH FOR COPPERTON ANOTHER ATTEMPT ON "SCOTTYT LIFE Ambushed on His Way to Death Valley and Brother Struck by Bullet. MIRACULOUS ESCAPt OF MINER A correspondent of the San Ber nardino Times-Index, writing to that paper from Barstow, under date of February 28th, says: Walter Scott, his brother. Warner Scott, A. Y. Pearl and A. M. John son, comprising the Scott party that left a week ago for Death Valley, re turned to Barstow this afternoon, having been again ambushed at Windy Gup, Warner Scott being se verely wounded by a gunshot. The bullet entered his right thigh, passed through the lower part of his body, end lodged in his left hip. The particulars, as told by Walter Scott, are ns follows: "We were riding Pearl and 1 on mules, about two hundred yards ahead of the supply wagon. It was Just getting dark; when we heard two or three shots in the distance. Immediately after we met a prospec tor on horselaek, who toid us he had been shot at by some one. Pearl and I iieJi a consultation, and after considering the" matter, decided to proceed In scouting line and allow the wagon io follow at some distance to the rear. We had proceeded about half a mile In this way, when bang' wept the first and. I could. "ear It Bitt by my ear. Then for three minutes the bullets pelted on us like rain. I dismounted and made for my rifle on the wagon. I knew it was mo they were after and just s 1 reached in the vehicle for my gun Warner shouted 'I'm hit,' and sure enough he was, and badly hit, too. "Pearl, at this time, had a very narrow shave, a bullet passing through his sombrero. "We then started peppering away, in return, but the hogs were pre pared, being securely hidden behind earthworks, which they had erected in anticipation of a hot reply from us toyB, and as it was now getting very dark, we were altogether at a dis advantage. 1 hollered at top voice for them to cut it out, as they had crlppel our driver, and ihey desisted from further attack. "Pearl always carries a small sup ply of surgical and medical supplies, and we lifted Warner down and found that he was badly wounded. With the help of candles we managed to stop the flow of blood and Pearl put in twenty-two stitches in his wounds. I know it's me they're after, but I will he ureuared to give them a royal wel come,' next time I go out, and if there's a mother's son of them left 'when we get through with them its me will be surprised. "They caught us In triangle shape, that time, and were barricaded so we could not get a pop at them, but my time will come next, and let 'em all come, I'll fix 'em." Warner will be put aboard No. 7 tonight for Ixis Angeles. Special Correspondence. C'oppeiton, N. M., March 1. It was In the year IS 18 that James Marshall was digging a mill race at Ccloma, Cal.. when behold, to his astonished gaze he saw some pieces of the yel low and precious metal. He was very much elated, and very sure that he had made a discovery of great Import ance, unaware that In a few short months thousands and thousands would be flocking to that country, where everything else Is abandoned for the gold pan. rocker and shovel. Where Gold It Found. In studying th geological formation of minerals, we are led to believe that the original position of gold must have been in great depths, and from tnese depths, by the upheaval of the granite rocks and along with quartz veins. The quartz rocks are not granatic nor sedimentary, but are supposed o have been in a liauld form and thrown up through fissures and crevices in the granatic formations and carrying along with it gold in more or less quantities. It almost always happens that along outcrops of rusty and brown quartz, fragments are found that contain gold, sometimes in very fine particles, that Is invisible without the use of the lens, and sometimes so discolored by the pyrites that has been exposed to the weather In such a way ns to de ceive almost any one. These facta should be kept In mem ory by the prospector, for beneath just such outcrops as this there has been discovered some of our most valuable gold deposits. When such quartz is found it must not be considered of no value, but kept, and the place where found mark ed for future Investigation. Now we have right here in theZunl mountains a great deal of just this same brown iron-rusty quartz. It is principally found in what we call the iron dike. This dike Is some five or six miles In length and from 20(1 feet to 500 feet in width, and all through intersected with these quartz veins from one Inch to four feet In width and quite a number of assays have been made running from $2 to $10 in gold. What better prospects do we want? When we have something good we are never satisfied. We can never realizp what the hon est prospector has to g through witti dav after day. tramping over the rou:?h mountains with a slow anu measured tread, with downcast vis ion, letting not one single fragment or piece of rod; escape Ills practiced eye, now and then picking one up to examine It more closely, then casting it away, to be forgotten forever; then choosing one, and usinj? the familiar expression, "this looks good;" then I reachlug m his pocket for the lenfl to examine it more minutely, ana carry ing it to his lonely cabin and placing It with perhaps 200 or 300 more, nut to the all important, subject ence more. Surface Indications Nothing. The surface indications for mineral in tho Zunl mountains certainly sur passes anything that I ever saw ax any other location. Why. you can not travel any distance more than one half a mile without seeing good ore on tho surface, principally copper bearing rck fragments, called float, and sometimes ledges cropping out. We have no paying mines, but I thinn that any one having means to expend In prospecting can find no better fields in pxistenee than the famous Zunis. We all feel confident that, there will be quite a rush in here as soon as spring opens, so that the prospector run i?er ni and see what there is. Following up one gulch and down an other, looking for float or out-cropping veins that, have been cut by the forming of ravines, toiling day after day to discover something for the benefit of mankind, one thing is sure and that is that the world owes the sturdy, persistent prospector more than it will ever pay him. When capital comes in and (level ops our country, we want men thai have made their money In mining, and such ones that are not afraid to spend it. Then, and not until then, will our mines be developed. I am satisfied that if we could sink some shafts on the Iron dike 'J00 or lloo feet deep, that we would find pome verv rich golil deposits. PROMPTLY WE COMPOUND MEDICINES WITH SKILL WE MAKE THE PRICE RIGHT WE REMEDY ANY DISSAT ISFACTION IMMEDIATELY, B. H. BRIGGS& CO. Prope ALVARADO PHARMACY ; First St. and Gold Ave. Both Phones o 0000C000CX00X CITIZENS ASK WHY ABSENCE OF f IRE ESCAPES SEEMS EXPEDIENT THAT THE BUILDING INSPECTOR SHOULD ENFORCE CITY ORDINANCE WHERE FIRE ESCAPES ARE NEEDED. Here you'll find what you've been looking for. One cent per word, each In ertlon. MINIMUM CHARGE, 15c. Make your wants known tnrougn these columne. Citizen Ads Will Reach Them WANTED. W ANTE I J Typewriting and steno graphic work. Miss niackall. The Alvarano. WANTED Sewing by experienced dressmaker by the day, or at her home. 3Q South Third street. WANTED Roomers and boarders-Tn private family: two blocks east of Santa Fa hospital, street. 815 South Edith WANTED Competent girl for gen eral housework In family of three. Apply at 108 North Eight street, between 10 and 12 o'clock. WANTED Installment collector for merchandise accounts; good salary and expenses. Address Manufac turcr, P. O, Box 1027, Phlla., Pa. WANTED Gentlemen's second-hand clothing. No. 515 South First street, south of viaduct. Send address and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. WANTED -Gentleman or lady with good reference, to travel for a firm of $250,000 capital; salary, $1,072 per year and expenses; salary paid weekly and expenses advanced. Aa dress, with stamp, J. A. Alexander, Albuquerque, N. M. A prominent citizen yesterday call ed the attention of a reporter of 1 he Eevenlng Citizen to the absence of fire escapes on buildings In Albuquer que that should be equipped with them for the safety of the tenants of the second and third floors. "I don't know of a Bingle building In town that is properly equipped with means of escape for people liv ing on the second and third floors, in case fire should cut off egress by stairway," continued the close ob server. "I know of one building In tho city In which at least twenty people sleep on the second floor, that has only one stairway. How easy It would be for a fire to destroy this one stairway before being discovered, ard what peril It would place the sdt epers In. I know of a three story hotel building with the whole third floor occupied by u hotel, and with but two stairways and no fire escape. And there are several other similar Instances in town that are worthy of attention. Albuquerque will awake some morning with the horrors of a holacaust within lis gates that it lit tie foresight and precaution would have avoided." Tho city ordinance on fire escapes Is as follows: "All persons conducting hotels, hoarding houses and rooming houses, two or more stories in height, shall be required to provide sufficient and adequate fire escapes, to be built of Iron and Inspected by said (city) building Inspector." The ordinance further provides that this ordinance snail oe en forced by the building inspector, and hat persons failing to comply wun u, ifter duo and sulhclent notice, snau ie fined not less than $10, nor more ban $.'0, or sentenced to Berve not. less than ten days nor more man thirty days, or both penalties, tor each and every offense, and ayory dav shall constitute a new and sep arate of tense. Afflicted With Rheumatism. 1 was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism," says Mr. J. C. llayne, editor of the Herald, Addington. In dian Territory, "but thanks to Cham berlain's Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business. It Is the best of liniments." U troubled with rheumaism give Pain Balm a triai md you are certain to bo more man nleased with the prompt renei it. ui fords. One application relieves pain. For sale by all druggists. FOR RENT. light housekeeping. 517 South Broad way. FOR RENT Brick house, with" bath, at 207 North Fifth street. Maynard Ounsul. For KENT Four-room furnished house. 215 Atlantic avenue. Apply on premises. 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. LOST. LOST A string "of" blue beads; finder please return to Mrs. Henry Ooetz, 1023 North Second street, and re ceive reward. 5t Capital and Surplus $100,000 Intcrest Allowed on Savings Deposits 'lLlu tr Money to Loan 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 nade 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 2 and 4, Grant Bldg. 31S West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings, FINE RANCH One mile from Postofflce. FOR RENT Two pleasant rooms for. housekeeping. See them at 208 South Arno street. FOR RENT A four room brick house, on North First street, close in. Call at, Rankin & Co.'s, or at 017 North First street. FOR RENT Light, front room at the by day, week or month Railroad avenue. airy, f u rnished Roosevelt house, 309 West FOR RENT Furnished cottage Hats, one to three rooms, from $5 to $15; also furnished tent. Apply to Mrs. Norrls, 521 John street, east, end of viaduct. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Good heavy farm" work horses. Call at Halm's yard. and coal CURES WORST CASES OF CATARRH. J. H. O'Rielly & Co. Sell Hyomei Un der Guarantee That It Cos Noth ing Unless it Cures. FOR SALE One saddle mare, cheap. J. W. McQuade, 234 North Walter street. FOR SALE All lots m Coronada Place. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. 14 ACRES ALFALFA LARGE ORCHARD 12-ROOM HOUSE Just the place for a Sanitarium or home place. Must be sold at once. PORTERFI ELD CO., Office, 110 West Gold Avenue. Notarial work and conveyancing. o c "0 V o SELL, RENT OR TRADE l.isi your property with T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. aly upright FUTt SALE Lyon & H piano, cheap. Call or address. West Pacific avenue. 413 the FOR SALE OR TRADE A good busi ness for city property. T. L. Mc Spadden, 300 South Broadway. FOli SALE Indian trading post; good location and a paying business. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broad way. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and har ness. Also good frame room, 12x14, with shinglo roof. Apply at. 1403 West Roma avenue. FOR SALE Cheap, Fairbanks & Morse 3-horso power gasolino en gine, suitable for small pumping plant. Enquire J. W. McQuade. Hyomei cures the worst cases of ratarrh simpiy by breathing the rem edy through the pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit. Stomach drugging often causes din ordered digestion, and never makes a permanent cure of catarrh. Hyomei not only kills the germs in the throat und nose, but penetrates the minutest air cells in the lungs, and enters the Mood with the oxygen, killini; .he catarrhal germs in the blood. ! The complete Hyomei out III, eon-: slating of a vest pocket inhaler and j medicine dropper and a iMittle of lly-l omel costs only $1. If this does not effect a complete cure, extra lxttles can bo obtained for fifty cents. J. H. O'Rielly &. Co. know of many people who have been cured of catarrh liy Hyomei. They believe In it so thoroughly that they offer to refund ihc money In case It does not cure. LADIES' LEGGINGS. In canvas. Out to lit the foot and ankle. Simon Stern, the Railroad Avenue Clothier. Then when the precious me'al Is struck and we know that It Is the yel low metal, and the whole country from ocean to ocean resounds wit! the enthusiastic cry of gold, gold -old. while the ranch is left implant ed. the dwellinc house half buill, ami all join In the mad rush to that coun try where for, tines are made in a sin gle day; and everything Is neglected but the manufacture of picks, sliov t Is, gold pans, and the bieuus of trine Hiirtatlim to the El Dorado. 11. R. TAYLOR OUice Chief Quartermaster. Denver, Colo.. March 1st. 1 :!;. Sealed n posuls in triplicate, will be received here until 11 a. in., on March 31, I ;;. ter transportation of Miliiorv Sup plies, Routes Nos. 1. 2, 3. !. " and (and for drayage at Denver, Colo., dur ing the fiscal year commencing jiuj 1,' I'.toii. I'. S. reserves rinhl to ue ce pi. or reject any or all proposals. Information furnished on application. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked: "Proposals for Transpor tation on Route No " ad dressed C A. H. MeCanley, Chief Q. M. M&WV HrtMESEEKERS AT ALAMOGORDO. A party of eleven homeseekers have been looking over tne cowmj adjacent to Alamogordo during me past several days and nine of them have decided to locate ami have picked out their homesteads. There has been great interest manifested in the vacant lands near that town, during the past summer, and there has been a great many filing made. All this has been done without any special effort on the part of anyone. The people of Alamogordo have now started in lo advertise the great re sources of the section and it is ex pected that there will be a larger number of newcomers in evidence during the coming year than ever be fore. --: 1 FOR SALE OR TRADE A good Schv.maker piano. A bargain, i . U M cSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FORSALK Small stock merchandise at a bargain. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. tn I Um o m -' r O - 2 m z H 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 by mail. With Ample Means and Unsurpassed Facilities. fix ijn Qi smmm Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation, Accounts Capital, 1150,000.00. and Solicits New OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: SOLOMON LUNA, President W. 8, 8TR1CKLER, V. P. and Cashltr W.J.Johnson, Asst. Cashier. . Wm. Mcintosh J. C. Baldrldge Solomon Luna A. M. Blackwell George Arnot O. E. Cromwell 5 . DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK LBUQUE1RQU, N. 11 Ofnoe aad IMrwctota, JOSHUA 8. RAYNODS M. W. FLOTJ-RNOT FRANK McKEE Ft. A. FROST. H. r. B TMOCDS -- m ...toe PrMMesrt Cwri-ar Am tstaat CMfcJer v. . wcpoaiToaT. :J3;r! Authorise Capful ?H Us CfCil, Surplus and Profits $S69,08.M IJSxHory for Atchison, Topek V BaU Fe Railway Oowpaa orcczoccrxcrxxr3 oo oxzxocccxccxx ie n iieiionai ban of A.Duperqi.e, New Mexico Capiial Paid in $100,000 00 Surplus and Profits 17,000 00 v ! Edmund J. Alger, O. D. S. No. 3o Railroad avenue. Office hours, 8:30 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 462. Ap pointments made by mall. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: O. N. MARRON, President; Wm. FARR, Vice President; J. B. HERNDON, Cashier; Roy McDONALD, Assistant Cashier; E. A. MIERA, I. A. DYE, J. A. WEINMAN, F. H. STRONG, Q JAY A. HUBBS and D. II. CARNS. INTEREST PAID ON SIX MONTHS DEPOSITS AT THE RATE OF C FIVE PER CENT PER ANNUM. $ OCXXDOOOOOOOOOO OO C3XC3OC230CCCCeC LAWYERS. FOR SALE A nauiisoiue Hanlumii piano, In fine condition and almost new, at a bargain. For partlcu- lars, rail .at this office. FOR SALE A good paying hotel in small town. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway FOR SALE $25,000 lancu 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 greeery business, with meat market Included, and buildings for rent. Inquire, M. Dragoie, 300 North Broadway. Bernard S. Rodey. ATTORN EY-AT-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 tho United State land office. 0 "OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1871 (J L. B. PUTNEY WHOLESALE' GROCER Flour, Grain and Provisions Ira M. Bono. 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 Rank building E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office Crcm well block, Albuquerque, N. M. A Lively Tussle. with that old enemy of the race, con stipation, often ends In appendicitis. To avoid all serious trouble with stom ach, liver and bowels, take Dr. King s New Life Pills. They perfectly reg ulate these organs, without paiu or discomfort. 25c at all drug stores. If out ant, NOTICE. vou want your money's worth try is cent meals. Cordova restaur 315 South First street. PRSSiONAiTcAROS UNDERTAKER. FOR SALE Hotel, European plan; 20 rooms, newly furnished in new ImiUling; best "location In city; a fine business proposition. Reason for selling, poor health. Address, F. J., this office. FOR" SALE $700 will "buy equity in j first-class residence on the besti street in the city; win rent lor ?ia month; owner leaving tnv.v. F. L McSpadden. 303 Soutn Broadway. FOR SALE-1 first-class, double-bar relet!, 12-gauge shotgun; bran new never has been usp-1; onp of th best makes. Call at The Citizen of lice for particulars. ARCHITECTS. F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling ford, rooms 46 47, Barnett building Albuquerque, N. AL Both 'phones. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thr. K. D. Maddison. OUice with W. B. Childers, 117 Ot Gold avenue. Red 116. Black It will not cost you a cent io try yiauiberlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and they are excellent for Moiuuch troubleb and sonstlpatln. Get a free wimple at any drug store. A Scientific, Wonder. The etiit-H 1hat stand te its credit make Buckleu's Arnica Salve a scien tific wonder. It cured E. K. Multord, lecturer for the PatroiiH of Husbandry, Wi'yne'hboro, Pa., of a distressing case of piles. It heals the worst burns. 8 res, 1mI1.s, ulcers, culs, wounds, chil blains and suL rheum. Only 2,'e' at all drug stores. Antn "nhone 316. Colo, A. BORDERS. City Undertaker. Commercial Club Building, and white hearse, $5. -o- LAND MATTERS. H. W. S. Otero, United States Court Cotn.n iialouar 703 WeHt Silver avenue. im "ena matters before the iana u.n. . o- to FOR SALE Two-story urick building, sixteen rooms; liot water i.eat, hot and cold water; gas and electric liahts In each room; lot 75x142 fet; close lu; the les.t rooming anil! boarding house location in tho city; house nicely furnished; price and, te rms reasonable. Address, H. C, : care of Citizen. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. A. L. Morgan, THE INDEPENDENT CONTRAC TOR AND BUILDER Estimates are ehPPrfnllv furnished: lob worK solic ited. Automatic phone. 724; shop at 911 North Second street, Amuquer que, N. M. PHYSICIANS. A L. MAHAFFEY, M. D, HomeoDathic Physician and Surgeon Room 25, Whiting building, over Vann's drug store. Automatic telephone. 410. DR. W, Practice Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock ot Staple Grocerle In the Southwest. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILI DAD AVENUE ALBUQUERUE. N. M. 0 oooocc 0 0 C o r v e c t C o m in e v oi al T h e CITIZEN JOB Room o 0 0 0 0 z 3 C f'000000C00 0000OtOiOtC00 Lmttr Heads Envelop Not Heads Programs Invitation Catalogue Blank Book Receipt Book In othor word we turn out everything a printer know how to do .... G. SHADRACH. Ear, Nose FOR SALE OR TRADE Are you in terested In mines? I have some said t0 be good deals. Talk with j avenue, me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 S. Broad- I Hour; way. b FoTt SALE A nine-room, two-tlory . briek dwelling in the IliBhlacels limited to Eye, anil Throat. Occulist and Aurist for Santa Fe coas lines. Olllce, 313Mi west 9 to Railroad 12 a. m. and 1-30 to E rr- BEAUTY CULTURE. DR. R. L. HU3T. USE COLD COIN FLOUR. USE COLD COIN FLOUR. Offies. -8. N. T. Armljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with Hin Frequencv Electrical Current and Ger micide. Treatments gV8, from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse In attendance. Both 'phones. DRS. W. H. A J- D. NUSBAUM, Physicians and Surgeons, Office over Hlckox & Maynard s Jew elry Store, Second streot. eloe in; nam, ciecene ngms, cei-1 lar, barn. A bargain if taken at j once-. Easy terms if desired, l'osi-' office Rox 218. j . MRS. M. HELENA LEONARD. i..... . Parisian Institute. lite of New York city. The latest . scientific appliance ami up io Foil SALE OR TRAii:-2 rooming methods fo- trentlng me bouses. T. L. McSpadden. 300 South and scalp. Complexion steaming aaa liroadwav. bleaching; manicuring "d shampoo 1 i . t-i..e.nlvtlr auLUiumii; i;i:i west uiu anux.. WE ?tL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices B. RUPPB NEXT TO BANK Of COMMERCE 203 W. Rat'-tW Aw BUSINESS EXCHANGE. Ing. ID EXCHANGE. I have properly ibi ,., 279. Illinois, lowa, Missouri, Kansas Colorado and Arizema to trade for Albuquerque properly. Talk wito, ntf. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South; Biuadway. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell, Room 23, N. T. Armijo Bunding. .1. C. BALDRIDQE NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING PAPER Always Covers more, looks best, wears ,tock piaster blms. Csmeat. longest, most economical, full ' ' measure. Paint. Glass. JBj' Poors, ste FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUERQUE- N. M. a00000 SIIRSRRIRF FflR THE CITIZEN IF YOU WANT THE NEWS 0 o00000s00 J