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ALHUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1906. PACE TWO. THE EVENING CITIZEN foWl.kt Dally Weekly sy The Citizen Publishing Company Marat at Faatoltlm for tranamlaaloti Uwrta tha taila a aarond akaaa mattar. TjNICN LABEL Official Paper of Rrtrnalillo County and City of Albuquerque. fcwattaM Prata Aftaraoan Dlipilcbet. UrfMl City l"4 County Orculit:a. Ta Larmt Nr. Mlco CirtuUrtoa. llrirrst Nurtrmrii Arlfnni C'rrulltlon- tikms or subscription: Paflr br mall, ona jrer In aaVanea. SS.on Xtatly by mail. Mr month Waafcla by mail, ona year to I Daily by Carrier, 60c per month Tub KvaniMO Cmrrw will ba rlallTarad In the artr at tba low rata of 0 ranta pt weak, or for 60 aatta par moath, whfn paid monlhty. Hurtlilng Bttei Made tnoga on Application Babaei (tiara will eanfar a faror by notlfrinr na wmnwltatyly an any non-dVHTWy of tha rapr. AD lattrra ami ramittaiwaa ahould ba addmwad to Taj Cmi Pl'ltLiattlNQ Comtaht. Draft. Jiarka. poatoffica and axpraaa monwy imim aaaat ba mada payabla la Uir order of tlir cm inpuir. oum TlllfBOI.II. Automatic IP.3 Colorado I MARKET LETTER Special Correspondence. Kansas City. Mo., March 5. Cows ealned 10 to 15c last week, mockers and feeders closed the week 15 to 2oc hither, but other classes of cattle closed up barely steady. The run to la is 6.000 Tiead, the smallest Mon day supply this year, and prices are up 10 to 15c on all kinds. Represent ation from the far west and the Pan handle country has been the lightest or the winter for the past week. Some led steers from Rocky Ford. Colo.. eold at 15 and $5.10 last week, some 650-pounders of southwestern stock era at $4.25, some Nevada stockers late in the week at $4.1a to $4.40 ; cows in this shipment at $3.75; can iters. 13.10. Meal fed steers from the south sold up to $5.25 last week a sold up to $5.25 last week, I to $4 ,5. eal hot ! and (he at J4.25 to 11 lower than two weeks ago, tops bringing $6.50, on account of the large numbers of dairy calves being put on the eastern marke.s. Cheap eggs and the Lenten season are curtailing the ale of dressed meats, but the de mand is still broad enough jo require fairly liberal runs, as shown by the snappy manner In which the small supply today was disposed of. The west made a pood showing in Febru ary receipts here, Colorado alone fur nishing 6,310 cattle this February, against 1,012 a year ago for the same month. Muttons cained 10c last, week and lambs held steady. Rtceip.s ped down to 34,000 head, a decrease j ttt R.ooo from the previous week, ami the week closed with packers pens pretty will killed out. The supply ot 10,000 today was quickly brought up at an advance of 10c over the close . of last week, including lambs. The bulk of lambs sold today at $6.30 to sr so. snd some common ewes at J4.70 to $5, a few yearlings at $6; no wethers here foday. Good to choice ?wes sell at $5 to $fi.40, wethers, $5.G0 to $5.90. It is now said that the Ark ansas valley has not moved more than 40 per cent of Us sheep on feed, but It la admitted that the San Luis val ley Is all oiif, either to market or to other feed lots. Colorado furnished Mils market over 80,000 sheep and Iambs in February. STOCK SALES Special Correspondence. Kansas City, Mo., March 2. Some Bales of Colorado and western cattle at Kansas City this week: E. C. Riddle, Deeth, Ntv., fir. stock ers. 7S5 pounds, $4.40; 24 stockers, 799 pounds. $4.15; 12 cows, 921 lound8, $3.75; 13 canuers, 783 pounds, $3.10. J Feltjen. Heber City. Utah, 4i rough feeders, 1204 pounds, $4.25. A. Yant, Rocky Ford, Colo., 10 kill tTB, R43 iMuinds. $:!.'. ; 10 cows, 847 pounds. $3.25. Following wer,' some sales of west ern sheep and lambs at Kansas City this week: Monday, February 26. W. Wilson. Monte VlHta, Colo., 897 lambs, 67 pounds, $6.30. ' J. Wilson, Monte Vista, CVto., oi lambs. 02 pounds, $6.25. I. Sims, Monte Vista, Colo., 2S6 lambs, 4JH pounds, $6.35. Standard M. & L. S. Co.. Kansas, 1599 wethers. 115 pounds, $5.80; 479 ewes, 115 pounds, $5.35. Tuesday, February 27. J. H. King, Hloomington, Neb.. IDS yearlings, 81 pounds, $5.85. J. I.. Smallcy, Mon'.e Vista, Colo., fi83 lambs. $6. 35. I. N. Sims, Monte Vista, Colo., 570 lambs, 70 pounds, $6.35. A. Uorens, Monte Vista. Colo., lambs. ti5 pounds, $6.20. E. D. Stark, Monte Vlsia. Colo, lambs, (;i pounds, $6.10. A. I j. Moss, Alamosa. Colo., 5 S3 lambs, 67 pounds, $6.20. Ruby & McA., Las Animas, Ci.lo 499 lambs. 77 pounds, $6.35. Wednesday, February 28. E. I). Stark. Monte Vista, Co lo., 320 lambs, 63 - unils, $6.15, W. S. Miller, Monte Vista, 302 lambs. t,5 pounds, $6.25. J. I.. Smallcy. Monto Vista Colo., Colo., 589 Iambs, 74 pounds, $6.4."i. L. 11. Garmi'e, Monte Vita. Colo. C44 pounds Ian.1"". 69 pounds, $6.35. J. l-orens, Monte Vista, Colo., 3"0 Iambs, 65 pounds, $6.30. J. Wilson, Monte Vista, lambs, 64 jiounds, $6.25. W. Wllsou, Mon e Vista Oilo Colo., lambs, 69 pounds, $6.35. 1). E. Miles, Moute Visia, Colo., 300 lambs, 65 pounds, $6.25. llealty Commercial Trading Co. I,uiiar, Colo, 992 lambs, 76 pounds $6.40. Thursday, March 1. L. II. C.irmitr. Monte Vista. Colo. 636 lambs, 70 pounds, $6.35. K. D. S;ark, Mon,e Vis'.a, Colo., 636 lambs, 63 iHuuds, $6.15. USE COLD COIN FLOUR. WW a" ' r si D. R Miles. Mon to Vista, Colo., 586 Inmbs, fit. pounds. $i.25. Cox. Monto Vista. Colo., 2S2 lambs, C4 pounds, $i.30. Mertz, Kansas, 2S0 lambs, 76 pounds. $i'i.50; 248 ewes, !0 pounds, $.-).!. V Kelly. Krinf-ns. 421 yearlings and wethers, 122 pounds, $..!o. A TliST CASE PEREMPTORY WRIT OF MAN DAMUS UPON TERRITORIAL AUDITOR ASKED FOR BY IN SURANCE COMMISSIONER. Judge John U. McKio, In chambers. at Santa Fe. yesterday, neara tne pe tit Ion if Insurance Commissioner John H. Sloan for a writ of peremp tory mandamus upon Territorial Aud-. ilor William O. Sargent to compel him to approve three warrants upon the, general insurance fund, one in favor; of Abel K. Perea for $100, another for. $75 in favor of George W. Armijo. both salaries, and the third for $59, i in favor of Jacob Weltmer for sup- plies. The legislative assembly appropri-1 ated $l,2oo for the contingent ex-, penses of the office of the territorial , insurance commissioner, but since' that fund is almost exhausted, the l warrants were drawn upon the gen eral insurance fund, and Territorial Auditor Sargent therefore seeks a construction of the statute before ap proving the warrants. Attorney General George V. Prlch ard gave an opinion in i-avor of the payment of the warrants, and there fore does not appear for the territory in the case. Probably Assistant At torney General Edmund C. Abbott will represent the territory. Renehan and Thompson appeared for Insurance Commissioner Sloan. Judge McFle has taken the case under advisement. PETITION TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE FAVORING PASSAGE OF JOINT STATEHOOD BILL MANY SIG NATURES SECURED. A petition favoring Joint statenoDtl for Arizona and New Mexico, Is to day being handed around for signa- Y oem nam e . bcfor0 the United States k ne sent to y mm laiti senate. Col. V. S. Hopewell. J. J. Sheridan and one or two others are distributing the pettion among the citiiens today The netiton reads as follows: To the United States Senate, caro of Hon. A. J- Beverldge, Washington, D. C: We, tho undersigned, business men, clizens und residents of the city ot Albuquerque, heartily favor the pas sage of tho joint statehood bill, unit ing Arizona and New Mexico into one grand stale, and appeal to you, the United States senate, to pass the measure whereby the citizens of the two territories may have nil oppor drop-Wnnitv of votinti upon the same. And believing that a majority of the citi- zens of the two territories that aro to be united are in favor of th? same and in favor of the union. We further believe that a collective vote of all the people of the two ter ritories that are to be united should be taken a3 a whole aud not sep arately; we, therefore, protest against the Foraker amendment on the prin ciple that the people that are affected should decide or have the right of decision collectively aud not sep arately, and ask your honorable body to pass the measure as a whole with whatever amendments you may see fit to add to it in our interests or the interests of the people of the two territories. We believe that what will be justice to ail should be do- , cided by ail collectively. It it be our i destiny to be uniteU. tnai our iniereMs i for weal or woe should be decided by all. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Some extra line and convenient show cases have been received and installed at theAlvarado pharmacy. Dr. Fayette A. J nes has gone to the Gallinas mountains where he will look over some mining properties there during the next ten days. F. S. Veeder. of Maus;on, Wis., ac companied by his wife and son, has returned home, after several weeks spent in this city for the benefit of his son's health. The young man continued to grow worse, how ever, and it was deemed best to take him home. The water mains on North TwclMi street have been extended by the American Lumber company to the Mountain road. When the ell? com plies Its contemplated extension on Twelfth street and connects with the lumber company's plant, a large num ber of residents In that section of the city will be supplied with water. Word conn s from Trinidad that Mrs. Martha Jane Tuplor, wife of Hon. Daniel L. Taylor, died in that city Uim Friday evenin,;. A short time ;u-o Mrs. Taylor and other memU-rs i "'! h r lannly left Trinidad u a trip to California. bJt I he lady grew dan gi rouslv ill when the train reached this city, and th v.as therefore Jourmy to California postponed. S.ie re niaineil her- fur a few days, but grow ing worse, sin- expressed a desire to be taken back to lu r home in Trini dad. This uas (lull'', iiti'l now ' lie i t! I im Reaper claims a victim. George lirewer and Don. J. Hanki'i art- adjusting losses ni.-tained In the lire of the wnrciieusi- of t lie Li nip liiewing company, the other day. In the Liurpool, London Globe com. I'iuiy, an insurance for $3,Ooo was held on the warehouse and $."ul on beer bottling macuinery in the Hartford company. These two companies are locally i presented by F. 11. Kent, but Mr. lirewer is adjusting the loss. In the C iniuert ial Union company, $no was held on beer fixtures, and $'.o0on st.'ck in the Niagara company. These tii companies are reprei-enled by Mr. Rankin, who is ussisting Mr Brewer In adjusting. It will inn cost you a. c nt to try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and they are excellent for stumach troubles and constipation. Get a freu sample at any drug store. COLD COIN FLOUR. i oooooooowo0ko:- I SOME OF THE ADVANTAGES OF TRADING WITH US WE HAVE THE STOCK WE DELIVER GOODS PROMPTLY 0 9 . RIGHT 0 o WE COMPOUND WITH WE MAKE THE WE REMEDY AN. Dis. AT- ISFACTION IMIV B. H. BRIGGS & CO. Props ALVARADO PHARMACY P First St. and Gold Ave. n Both Phones e 00OOCXCH:ipCKXK0C' A CHINESE OPINION saw.;' i- s Ao ttxtft Chaw Here's a pie. ure of Mr. Ng Poon Chew, probably the brightest china man in America. At any rate, he Is editor of the World, a daily news paper of San Francisco printed in Chinese. Ng is a fine Englibh scholar and runs a red hot newspaper that is never sued for libel because tho Chinese are afraid to sue and others can't tell what his paper says. Inter viewed on the pres-. nt alleged Doxer troubles in China, Mr. Chew said "The present troubles in China are merely local and not a general up heaval. They aro not to be compared at all with the past Hoxer troubles but are simply a- repetition of the anti-foreign antagonisms of the com mon Chinese mob, cxis ing from time iin memorial ANOTHER RUMOR SAYS SIMS IS APPOINTED There is a rumor generally current at the Capitol building, Santa Fe, and in official circles, that the appoint incnt of game warden will be made and that Herbert Sims, a health seeker at the sanitarium, in that town, is the successful candidate for the lob. .lust how much truth there )(. ,n thn ronort iM hai..i t(, sav mit t.()Ior j8 glvon to the statement from th(, a(,t tnat Mr sinis cauej upon Governor Hagerman at the t apitol building on Monday and yester day. Governor Hagerman, when asked about the appointment of a game warden, said that nothing had been done in the matter, as no va cancy existed. He said that Page 11. Otero, the present incumbent, Tiad not submitted a resignation, and that he did not know that he would do so. HOW A STRANGER FLIM FLAMMED A MERCHANT. Monday a stranger dropped in a Lordsbiirg store and bought a small article, tendering a $20 bill i" pay ment, and got most of his change In silver, says the Liberal. He did not like so much silver, and pushed back $10 and asked the cashier to glvo him a bill for It. When the bill was pro duced he discovered he had enough small chance in his pocket to pay for his purchase, so he handed It over, to gether with the $10 bill and tho pile of silver and asked for his $20 back. which he got, and the cashier did not discover that he had been flim-flam med until he made up his cash ac count that night, and found lie was just $lo short. A similar game was trl.il in n saloon the same day, but the barkeeper was on. and it did n;t work. LOST HIS WAY AND REMAINS JUST FOUND, The remains of Nabor Martinez, of Cerro. Taos county, who was lost In a miiiu- Ktfirm Ihki December, near mi... uin Grande, were found last , Week. Martinez bad started from his home to relieve bis son, wno was h"fdin:r idieeo. but never reached him. hiivlntr been overcome on the v ay way by the storm. He lost ami froze to death. bis : BLOW FROM TROLLEY POLE I IS FATAL TO LABELLE. i Lewis Lallelle. after lying uncon i m Ions for fmr weeks, died Monday I'.eniiig of injuries sustained u striking a trolley polo while climbing tin- side of a moving car on the. Hot Springs road, near Las Vegas. He was to have been married soon to a young lady from St. Ixmis. His aged UHiiHt r is the only relative. LADIES' LEGGINGS. In canvas. Cut to fit the fool and ankle. S'mon Stern, the Railroad Aeuue Clothier. PROFESSIONAL CAROS UNDERTAKER. Auto, 'phone Zll " Colo. Red 115. A. BORDERS, City Undertaker. Commercial Club Building, and white 'nearse, $5. lilaclt o DR. R. L. MUST, Office. 6-8. N. T. Armijo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with Bgh Freqncncy Electrical Current and Ger micide. Treatments given each uay from 8 a. m. to 4 p. w. Trained nurse in attendance. Both 'phones. - ? 2 H ft 4 ""r-J 1 Albuquerque Evening Citizen WANTJ POPULAR The Citizen's Classified Columns Promote Business Hire you'll flrd what you've been locking for. One cent per word, each In sertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 15c. Citizen Ads Wiii WE WANT BOOKKEEPERS of tha rtirht anrt, fur m pn!rion with htch irril firms. 'jWe ate always mote opimrtun Iie .thin w r.m fill for men lumilur with np-tn-cLite hook keeping mcthiidi. With otficts In 11 cities and with nxx! em pluveri to aerve, mir rupply po.itions pym from i ,ono to ,ono year never nin low V. t need hun. d'e-lnnf capable Salesmen. FTecutlve.CVrka nH1erh niral men and alan men havmir money to Invest whh theit -enHf-s. Write n tn-diy, 'tin- pipltl-n desired. HAPCOODS (Inc.), Brain Broker VI 7 Cbcmlcal BuiKUng. 6C Loula WANTED. vv'ANTKU An experienced saleslady. Apply at S. IT. Rosenwald's. WANTKI Typewriting and steno graphic work. Miss Dlackall. The Alvarado. WANTED Sewiug by experienced dressmaker by the lay, or at her home. 930 South Third street. WANTKU Gentlemen, a second-hand clothing. No. 615 South First street, south of viaduct. Send address and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. MALE HELP WANTED. WANTED Men in each stnte to travel, post signs, advertise and leave samples of our goods. Salary $75.00 per month. $3.00 per day for expenses. Kuhlmnn Co., Dept. S., Atlas block, Chicago. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two pleasant rooms tor light housekeeping, at 517 South Broadway. toil RENT Ilrick house, with bath, at 207 North Fifth street. Maynard Gunsul. FOR RENT New, 5 room, modern house, $18 per month. Portornciu Co., 110 West Gold nvenue. FOR RENT A four room brick house, on North First street, close in. Call nt Rankin & Co.'s, or at 617 North First street. FOR RENT Light, airy, furnished front room at the Roosevelt house, bv da v. week or month. ZQQVi West Rullrond avenue. I-or RENT Furnished cottage flats, one to- three rooms, from $5 to $la; also furnished tent. Apply to Mrs. Norris, 524 John street, east end of viaduct. FOR SALE. FOR SALE H"r.-v iiiiggy and harn- ess. Inquire Hi Edlth street. FOR SALE One saddle mare, cheap J. W. McQuado. 231 North Walter street FOR SALE All lots in Coronada Place. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. SELL, RENT OR TRADE tast your property witn t. l,. Mcspaanen, ouv South Broadway. FOR SALE OR TRADE A good busi ness for cltv property. T. L. Mc- Spadden, 300 South Broadway. FUTt SALE Indian trading post good location and a paying business, T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broaa way. FOR SALE Furniture and household goods for sale. Call at 701 West Copper avenue, from 9 to 11 a. m except Sundays FOR SALE Cheap. Fairbanks & Morse 3-horse power gasoline en gine suitable for small pumping plant. Enquire J. W. McQunde, FOR SALE OR TRADE A gotxl Schumaker piano. A bargain. 1 L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE Small stock merchandise at a bargain. T. L. McSpadden, J00 South Kroadway. FOR SALE A hanusome Hardmun piano, In fine condition and almost new, at a bargain. For particu lars, call at this office. FOR SALE A good paying Hotel in small town. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FOU SALE $2.r,ouu 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 unci grocery business, with meat market Included, and buildings for rent. Inquire, M. Dragoie. 300 North Broadway. ' FOR 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, F. J., this offle. FtFlt-" SALE $700 will buy equity In first-class residence on the best, street in the city; wiil rent for $45 J month; owner leaving tov.v. F. L McSpadden. 303 South Brofldway. FOR SALE A tlrst-clasi, double-bar reled. 2-gange shotgun; bran new never has been used; one of th be'-t makes. Call at The Citizen of flee f ir particulars. FOR SALE Tvvo-sU-ry brick building, sixteen rooms; liot water heat, hot and cold water; gas and electric lights In each room; lot 75x112 feet; cIosm in; the best rooming and lxia-rding house location in the city; house nicely furnished; price and terms reasonable. Address, H. C, rare of Citizen. FOR sai.r"or TRADE Are you in terested In mines? I have some ' said to be good deals. Talk with j me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 S. Broad- way. I FOR Sale A nine-room, t o-stoi y brick ilwvlling in the Highlands;! close in; bath, electric lights, cel lar, bani. A bargain if taken at; once. Easy terms if desired. 1'ost-i office liojc 218. I FOR SALE houses. T Broadway. OR TRAuK 2 nximiug L. McSpadden, 300 South BUSINESS EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE I have some ranches , to trade for city property. T. L. ' McSpadden. 800 South Broadway. j Mi'SrAliDEN Tht) fcxehauge umu. See him for business exchanges. SOU --onth Broadway. TO" EXCHANGE l have proiiertylo Illinois. Iowa, Missouri, Kansas Colorado and Arizona to trade for, Albuquerque property. Talk with' me. T. L. McSpadden, 3uo South Brca-lway. I COLUMNS Make your wants known tttrougn these columns. Reach Them Money Co Loan On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses Wagons and other Chattels; also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, at low as $10.00 and as high as $200.00. Loans are quickly raade and strictly private. Time: Onel . . . . , n i monin o one year given, uwaa 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 S and 4, Grant Bldg. 31S West Railroad Are. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. FINE RANCH One mile from Postoffice. 14 ACRES ALFALFA LARGE ORCHARD 12-ROOM HOUSE Just the place for a Sanitarium or home place. Must be sold at once. PORTERFIELD CO., Office, 110 West Gold Avenue. Notarial work and conveyancing. CD I .2 o c ? 7 3 02 m "o ' r O - m z H Is I o PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KKAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 15 and 16, Grant block, over the Golden Rule Dry Goods company. Both 'phones. Appointments made by mall. Edmund J. Alger, O. 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. Telephone 462. Ap pointments made by mail. LAWYERS. Bernard S. Rodey. ATTORNEY-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 the United State land office. - Ira M. Bona. 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. 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. Childers, 117 Wt Gold avenue. 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. W. G. SHADRACH, Practice limited to Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat, rw.iiisr nri a urlst f or Santa Fe coas lines Office. 213V- West Railroad n v n r ii n tj.,,'. o 1" a. m. and 1.30 to 5 I IUUI . a a ' p. nv BEAUTY CULTURE. MRS. M. HELENA LEONARD, Graduate of Parisian Institute. Late of New York city. The latest scientific appliance and up to date methods fo- treating the hair, face end scalp. Complexion steaming aaa bleaching; manicuring nd b"?0.?, Ing. Electrolytic automatic water massage, 613 West Gold avenue. Auto phone 279! CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell, Room 23. N. T. Armijo Building. LAND MATTERS. M. W. S. Otero, United States Court Commissioner 703 West Silver avenue. Will attend to matters before the land office. DRS. VV. H. & J D. NUSBAUM, " Physicians and Surgeons, Office over Hlckox & Maynard 8 Jew elry Store, Second street. 21 BANK INSTITUTIONS lr tV 4 1r tr 4 4 4l,4,lu ,l,l'r Montetma ALBUQUERQUE, Capital and Surplus $100,000 ; Interest Allowed on tkaa..afafa.a.a).. .. K With Ample Means and Unsurpassed Facilities. Extends to Depositors every proper Accommodation, Accounts Capital, $150,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS SOLOMON LUNA, President; W. S. Strlckler, V. P. J. JOHNSON, Asst. Cashier; Wm. Mcintosh, J. C. mon Luna, A. M. Black-well, George Arnot, O. DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, N, M. Officers and Directors. JOSHUA S. RAYN0LD3 ; President M. W. FLOUR NOY Vice President FRANK McKEE Cashier R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier II. F. RAYNOLDS Director U. S. DEPOSITORY. j ' Authorized Capital , $500,000.40 Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,00O.t Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company OOCOOOXD00000000000 The State National Bank ol Albuquerque, New Mexico Capital Paid in $100,000 00 Surplus and Profits t 17,000 00 s OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: O. N. MARRON, President; Wm. FARR, Vice President; J. B. HERNDON, Cashier; Roy McDON'ALD, Assistant Cashier; E. A. MIERA, I. A. DYE, J. A. WEINMAN, F, H. STRONG, JAY A. 1IUBBS and D. H. CARNS. INTEREST PAID ON SIX MONTHS DEPOSITS AT THE RATE OF FIVE PER CENT PER ANNUM. 00XXXX0CrXDOOOOCOC 0 5 OLD RELIABLE" L. P B. WHOLESALE' GROCER Flour, Grain and Provisions Carries tho Largest and Most In the FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS G. RAILI DAD AVENUE oooo oo C o v r e Comme v P i i xi t l The CITIZEN JOB OH K004)00K0 ?fi 13. RUPPE PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT NEXT TO BANK Of COMMERCE At Consistent PricZ 203 W. RaK4 At. J. C. BALDRIDGE NATIVE AND C H I C A QO JLUIBE' SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILD1NQ PAPER Alwsys Covers more, looks best, wears fc Plaster. Lime, Cemsst, longest, most economical, full measure. Paint. Glass, Sash Doers. te. FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN IF YOU WANT THE NEWS 0 o o o IT Trust Co. NET MEX1CC 4 Savings Deposits and Solicits New and Cashier; W. Baldrldge, Solo E. Cromwell. TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY. 3 ESTABLISHED 1171 UTNEY Exclusive Stock of Staple Grocerls Southwest. ALBUQUERUE. N. M. G 0 oao-aoscooooti o Lttfr Htads Envelope Not Mad Program Invitation Catalogue Blank Book Receipt Book c t ci al i i ? S ! I 0 0 0 0 Room In othor wortfa we turn out every thing a printer know how to tio .... 00OS0OfOSOS00 ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.