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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
rAlfc TWO MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1906. Till- FlFfctlllfi rillFW I II L L V L il I ll U LI I lLH riklltttl Dally si Weekly IT The Citizen Publishing Company .... k.k w. iU. m Meond eUu matter. Official Paper of Itarnnlillo County and City of Albuquerque. Soootlotoo f rwi Afternoon plipiVM. Urgott City ind County Clrculit'os-. Too L'C"t New Mtlcc Cirru'at'oit. Ifrt Northern on;n, kicultta Tikhs or subscription: Petty T iH on vr tn .franco IS "0 fllf by mail. irr month. -tv Vtawklr b nail, oro ysr t Dtlly by Carrier, 60c per month Tmm RKma frnM will b toliwl In th Hr t to low r to of KU tcnto per wxk. of for 6 to pr irtor.Lh. wh-n poid rrorthly. Afrtrtlolmt Ruts liadf Known op Application tohulUn will eonfor . famr br rotifrlnr no i wlm'tl. on an ron-doliv F of th. tir. AS Wtt anrt mrilUnn .hotild bo add H to T ClTIM I'l'KllOHINU COMPAWT. Vr ft. hacko. pootofTice orni onrrooo m on" orders Ht bo Biolo payab'.o to thr ordor of ihr oweowir. I Automatic. 181 Colorado I." PEOPLES' NON-PARTISAN PARTY TICKET. Kor Mayor, FRANK McKEE. For Citv Treasurer, HENRY E. ROGERS. For Citv Clerk. HARRY F. LEE. For Alderman, First Ward, 4-Year Term, ' T. HANLEY. For Alderman, First Ward, 2-Year Term, A. W. HAYDEN. Fr Alderman, Second Ward, 4-Year Term. GEORGE P. LEARNARD. Ftor Alderman, Third Ward, 4 Year Term, SAMUEL. NBLfSTADT. For Alderman, Fourth Ward, 4-Year Term, JOHN S. BEAVEN. FW Member of t'ne School Board, First Ward, 4-Yenr Term, E. U WASHBURN. For Member of Sehool Board, Second Ward, 4-Year Term, WILLIAM KIEKE. For Member of School Board, Ward. 2-Year Term, OTTO L. RICE. Second For Member of School Board, Third Ward, 4-Year Term, GEORGE R. CRAIG. For Member of Sehool Board, Fourth Ward, 4-Year Term, O. N. MARRON. WHITE Y01JMG LADY TO MARRY INDIAN LOVER ROMANCE STARTED EIGHT YEARS AGO, TO CULMINATE IN MAR RIAGE IN A FEW DAYS. Awaiting the culmination of as pret ty a romance as' was ever written by the pin of the novelist. Miss Cora Ma rie Arnold, of Denver, Colo., and Al bino Chavarria. a Pueblo Indian, from the Santa Clara village, are at the Ialace hotel. Santa Fe, and within a few days they will become man and wife, after an acquaintance of more Jinan eight ytars. Miss Arnold, accom panied by two of lier sisters, the Misses Geneva W. and Lillian U. Arn old, and Albino Chavarria. arrived in that city from' Espanola, over the Denver & Rio Grande railroad Thurs day afternoon, and shortly after their arrival in the city procured a marriage license from Probate Clerk Marcos Castillo. It was their Intention when they arrived Thursday that the ceremony bo performed Thursday evening, but on account of circumstances which arose, their plans were altered, and Kft in rather an indefinite state. Rev. W. R. Dye, of th Episcopal cluirch, was called up;n to perform the cere mony, but sent a request that he be excused, on the ground that It was not customary to perform ceremonies In bin church during the Lenten period. Kev. George F. Sevier was also called upon, but asked that he 1h excused lor personal reasons. The ceremony will be performed within a ftw days. As she is an Epis copalian and she desires to have the ceremony performed by a minister f Hiat denomination tiie party may. go to Denver w here Rev. Ix-an Hart will j fie aske.l to officiate. But the matter has not been definitely settled anyjness cares when you enter your home further than that they will be married i ami you can be relieved from those and that iu a very short time. I rheumatic pains also by applying Chamberlain's Pain Halm. One up- OTERO COUNTY ADVANCING jSVt? nuS.r'wu" JARILLA MINING CAMP MAKING GREAT PROGRESS ALAMO GORDO DOING WELL. Attorney General George W. Prich ard was recently in Alamogordo, the county seat of Otero county, on legal business, lie brliige favorable re ports from that section of New Mex ico, and is much impressed with the manner in which its various, sources are being developed. re- In tiHaking of his visit, he said: "Between the towns of Alamagorilo and El Paso, Tex., there has sprung up the town of Oro Grande, which, in npito of tho fact thai it is still young, lias a population of nearly f.uu thrifty and Industrious people. The last 'hue I was through that pari of the coun try, a few months ao. there was no slgu of a town, so thai you can easily imagine I was somewhat surprised, when in pussing there, beheld the prosperous town, which it seemed to me, must have sprung up over nUht. "The mining development of the district is responsible for Its rapid growth ami tho mineral claims that are being developed in a remarkable fashion. The town is keeping P'P with the growth of the district. The water supply is pumped from a point in the mountains known as Dog Can yon, and is plentiful for the needs of the inhabitants. "In the Immediate vicinity of Ala mogordo. matters are very satisfac tory. The trees aie green and crops rro ,n rxcollrnt cond'Hon. Many farmers, who have not the n lvnntnge of irrigation systems, are carrying on their occupations with success.! termor wh. are m n position to benefit by Irrigation systems, have A their rrons well under way. nnil a splendid person ic promise:!. No Ir rigation rystims are tmdor construe tion at tlii' prc-cnt time. but several arc being pi ojocteil." ARAD3 rATALLY WOUND V OLD MAN AND KILL SON. v A spci lal dispatch from I.ns Yi ;as X to n-nvcr. dated M.irrli 31. pay: -X I nh'ht in tlio district cast "I X I; i n. known as ('hthnnhu.i. Josi '1'rn- X jiilo was sio and killed nnd his old A tallnr ,n Knocked on the head n.ui , it. is believed fatally injured by two 10 An Mans. Q The Peniontos werr 'holding a rn'M-t-ly In;: and Oo Araks applied for n'""iA mittancc. The elder TrnjiUo wasijfj doorkeeper nnd told them to no nwny.l A Tlv y hit him over the head X knocking him senseless. His 21 year A old son rushed to pick him up. While ho was bonding over his father enn of O the Arabs shot and killed him. The two were arrested n.tnl will lie tried at the treni of court now on. MORE AUTOS FOR THE ROSWELL LINE THREE MORE CARS NECESSARY TO ACCOMMODATE TRAFFIC ROSWELL NEWS. Passenser traffic on the aut mil line between Rosvel and Torrance, has increased so that It becomes nec essary to pet more cars, and Mana ger Stockard has ordered three new twenty-seven horse-power machines, duplicates of the three cars whlchthe auto company already ha3 In service with the addition of tops, which will protect the passengers from rain. Tlie auto line frequently runs two cars full f f passengers on the same trip, and coul.l often use a third car if they had It, and It Is to meet these conditions and also supply the demand for autos thit the new cars have been ordertd. THE SENATOR PENROSE BILL FOR ALBUQUERQUE Tho following bill was introduced March 22d, by Senator Penrose of Pennsylvania, read twice, and re ferred to committee on public build ings and grounds: Be It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, In congress assembled: Thut the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to contract for the erection and completion on the site already acquired by the gov ernment, of the United States for the purpose of a suitable building, in cluding fire proof vaults, heating and ventilating apparatus and approaches for the use and accommodation of the United States postofflce and other government offices In the city of Al buquerque, territory of New Mexico, the cost, of said building, including said vaults, heating and ventilating apparatus, and approaches, complete, not to exceed the sum of two hundred thousand dollars. The building shall be unexposed to danger from fire by an open space of at least twenty feet on each side, including streets and aneys. Suffered for Five Years With Kidney and Liver Trouble. "I suffered for five years with kid ney and liver trouble, which caused severe pains across the back and a blinding headache. I had dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not move my bowels without a ca thartic. I was cured by Chamber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months,' says Mr. Arthur S. Strickland of Chattanooga, Tenn. For sale bv all druggiBts. WILL MARRY IN DENVER MISS ARNOLD AND HER "HIA WATHA" LEAVE SANTA FE BE CAUSE MINISTERS WOULDN'T OFFICIATE. Miss Cora Marie Arnold, wit'.i her two sisters, Misses Lillian and Gen eva, and her fiance, the Pueblo In dian, Albino Chavarria. left Santa Fe last Saturday morning over the Santa Fe railway, and arrived 1n Den ver at ti o'clock yesterday morning and soon after their arrival lu 1 hat city Miss Arnold 'and Chavarria were married, pr..hably by Rev. Dean Hart. Chavarria did not abandon his Indian costume before starting on his trip to Denver, being Pressed after the fan tastic manner of his people. "We want to be married as so:m as possible," said Miss Arnold. "Esta biieni." said Chavarria, wiio doesn't speak English. Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable. A happy home is the most valual.lt possession lhat is within the reach lot mankind, but you cannot enjoy its comfort If ymi are suffering from I rheumatism. You throw aside Imsi oi iiig auoui a permanent i urc. i-or sale by all druggist s. "HUMAN HEARTS." If there is any virtue in newspaper c: niiiieiulation, and if th ( udorsc liienl of the public at large, l.ir I lie i,;'s; i oit years, is to be taken a a criterion, then "Human Hearts" wlnen will l.e presented at the Elks' op era muse, i nursiKiy, April ;i. is i . r talnly entitled to lake rank as the treat. American drama.x During the many jiais f it "Human Hearts ' has been presented in this country, the praise accmtltd it by newspaper crit ics ami lh general public, has ln-eti universal. There have been no dis senting voli es; the vertlit I of ap protul h?.s been unanimous. Even ri val managers have graciously uc know lodged lhat "Human Hearts" is a "mighty good l lay." Human Blood Marks. A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of .1. W. Williams, a well known merchant of Bac, Ky. He writes: Twenty years ago I hail severe beiuori'liages of the lungs, ami was near death when I began taking Dr. King's. New Discov ery. It completely cured l"'' and I have remained well ever since." It cures hemorrhages, chronic coii'-'hs, settled colds and bronchitis, and is the only known cure for weak lungs. Every bottle guaranteed by all drug gists. 5i ic ami $1. Trial bottle free. OCOC'OOOCO'0000000X MavbB You Think lierause this la a new drug More, th" Flock is Incomplete. .1 1: v t come in anil see. We have 'lie s;;i"k in furnish yon any Drug, Medicine, or Sick Room Requisite X ? T; I t- f-iml in am iiji ti 9 o .: n';: pre tie: A ::c'iii a'e ft.r iU Hv No ' xi i i 0 highland pharmacy! EAST RAILROAD AVE. Opposite Raynclds' New Bid. OOOCK0OOCOOOOOOil SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST Full Set of Teeth $8 Gold Crowns $6.00 Gold Filling $1.50 Up Painless Extracting ....50c ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUAR- ANTEED. B. F. COPP. N. T. ARMIJO BUILDING. ROOM V. XrOOOOOOOWOOOOOOOO Most Anything 0000CiC050CX0 Perhaps you noticed thai Governor Wood traveled for his health, while John D. Rockefeller stayed at home for the same reason. "How shall we spend the sabbath?" asks Johnny D. Rockefeller, Jr. There now. Don't say the Rockelfeller Tam lly Is afraid to spend anylhing. "Why have you placed pickets around tha,t house?" the chief of po lice nsked his Inspector. "Because it's a fence." replied the inspector. "Is It true that, your father stole thousands of dollars?" The proud daughter of the life in surant.' official proudly drew herself t: her full height, threw back her shoulders, tilted her chin, and looked scornfully upon the questioner: "My father stole nothing," she re plied, coldly. "Ho never stole one cent. He simply took the money." ' Hard Luck Stories. A large crowd attended the sur prise party given for Mr. and Mrs (.'has. Russell. ' Mr. Taubman moved to this place last week. Mrs. Carrie Hall had the misfortune to lose I.er house plants during our last cold rpell. Chagrin Falls (O.) Exponnent. No matter how a fellow turns The trusts are on bis track; That swat him when he's going And they swat him coming back. The man who flees from frigid lands When coal goes up in price Will find on reaching warmer climes Some trust has boosted ice. Washington Gossip. Special Correspondence. A number of railroad men been seen on our streets the have last week. Half a dozen members of our sen ale Sundayed in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Nick I.ongworth had callers the other night. Nick is a great entertainer. Some rowdies from the west were driven off by the uiarsball yesterday just as they were about to stone the Chinese minister's house. Their ex cuse was that they saw several Chi namen enter the house and supposed it was a Chinese laundry. Have a care, boys. Visitors are always wel come in Washington, but they must conduct themselves as gentlemen, no matter whether they are Irom .New York or Kansas. Secretary Taft had some out of town guests the other day and lie spiead himself to give them a good time. Ami you know what it nivalis when Mr. Taft. spreads himself. George Dewey, who was quite prominent about the time of t lie Spanish war. is out in an interview in an eastern paper on battleships. George is considered quito an auth ority In bis line. A good story is told about one of -in- scnalors who shall be nameless. A uiiido was escorting a number of sightseers through tho capital when Senator Blank was seen. "There." said the guide, "is Senator Blank." "What state does he represent?" asked one of the of sightseers. "I don't know what state he repre st nts," replied the guide, "but he conies from New York." COMING EVENTS April April Ci'v eb et ion. -"VYaat W nun Will Do." April Human Hearts." Anril 1.1 Easter Sunday. April 20 Military ball. Company G. Mav 1--Walter Scott, the Death Vallev Miner, at the Elks' opera house. Mav 15 The opening of tll(J Casino. EXPERT CHEF AT THE WHITE ELEPHANT WILL SERVE A MER. CHANTS' LUNCH FROM 11 TO 2:30 DAILY. lCerv vehicle on our floors has two weeks' notice to get out. We n tho room more than wo need the money. Albuquerque- Carriage Co. Albuquerque Evening Citizen -VANT POPULAR The Citizen's Classified Cotomns Promote Business Ht'C you'll find wht you've been locklna for. One teM pr word, each In sertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 15c. Citiz en Ads Will Reach Them o rn " -,-,-"soi hows-i ob HAVE YOU EXECUTIVE ABILITY? Men with the f Apartty Inr pettin results from ottiert lor caimntf i":t iindtttaltititfs are sr.itxe. II V"U hive siiclt a'i'Litv wn:a us setting position oircd, ind will trll tti of employer" lio need c.ilialtle O.tice, A-H-ertiMnc, 1 ritfic a"d t.eneral M.ina pent. Hover. Oe-lit Men, Auditor, Serrrlane. '1 rrae tirpr. etc., and ill pav from i tyo to .f.o a year. Si my pood positions l'r men liav.nff raoucy to iuvest "'It th'-tr er w i tfice ill 12 rices. HAPCOODS (Inc.), Brain Broker 917 Chemical Uullitlng, M. Louis WANTED. WANTED Bellboys at the Alvarado hotel. WANTED Carpenters and handy men, at 412 West Copper avenue. WANTED Good men, any number, for rock work; southern Arizona; wages, 30c an hour; work guaran teed for three, years. Inquire Abra ham's Employment office, 315 South First street. MALE HELP WANTED. MEN WANTED Wages paid while learning the barber trade; situa tions guaranteed ; special rate. Moler System College, Los Angeles, Cal. WANTED Men in eacn state to travel, post, signs, advertise and leave samples of our goods. Salary $75.00 per month. $3.00 per day for expenses. Kuhlman Co., Dept. S., Atlas block, Chicago. WANTED K salesman and book- keeper; must speak Sp-anish; good wages guaranteed to the right man; best of references required. Apply in writing, ly A. Kempenich, Per alta, N. M. WANTED Good men, any number. for rock work; southern Arizona; wages, 30c an hour; work guaran teed for three years. Inquire Abra ham's Employment office, 315 South First street. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Good barn, 311 West Silver avenue. mil KENT Furnished or unfurnish ed rooms In new house. 613 East Coal avenue. FUlt RENT Furnished rooms, for gentlemen only; no Invalids. Ap ply at 20!) Hazeldlno avenue. FOR RENT Rooms lor houKeep- Ing; large and airy; well ventilated well furnished; rent reasonable. 524 West Railroad avenue. FOR KENT Brick house, with bath at 207 North Fifth street. Maynard Gunsul. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, and rooms for light housekeeping; 611 South Third street. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Thirty-three yards of linoleum, cheap. 320 Huning ave nue. FOR SALE Windmill, secondhand; cheap. Address 1005 South Arno street. FOR SALE All lots In Coionada , Place. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. SELL, KENT Oil TKADE i-isi your property with T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE A drug store in good lit tie town; a snap. T. L. McSpad den, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE OR TRADE a good busi ness for city property. T. L. Mo Spadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE Cheap, seven acres ot choice land, close in on ditch. Owner going away; It's a bargain. Address Box 114, City. FOR SALE Small stock merchandise at a bargain. T. L. McSpadden, 3U0 South Broadway. FOR SAIE A hauusome mrdmaii piano, In fine condition and almost Lew, at a bargain. For partlcu lars, call at this office. boil SALE 25,000 raneu al a Our pain; will take small property iu exchange. Write, wire, phone or talk with F. L. McSpadden, 303 South Broadway. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For cfty or ranch property, a new furn ished rooming house. Best location in the city. Address F. J., this of fice. FOR SALE A good general merchan dise anil grocery business, with meat market included, and buildings for rent. Inquire, M. Dragoie, 300 North Iiroadway FOR SALE Black Moiiorcii and Bar red Plymouth Rock eggs, for liatch ing; 75 cents per Dotting. Ed. Mc Guiie, Albuquerque, N. M. FOR" S A iTlJA-first -c i a s s , d ou b! e-lia7 reled, 12-gauge shDtgun; bran new newr has been used; one of th test makes. Call at The Citizen of tlce for particulars. FiTit " "s.LE OR TRAuK 2 rooming hous.-s. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South 11 n mil way. FOR SAI.K O R T R A 1 ) E A r e y o u I u teresied in mines? I have some said to be good deals. Talk with nie T. L. McSpadden, 300 S. Broad wsy. FT7" SALE Firsl -class restaurant an ! lunch room opposite depot, for sa . i-heap. Doing a good business; e 'I reason for selling. Address, II. P. Citizen olllco. ! F 1 1 1 ; S I . K N e xv f iiriili il re o f four-1 !'" :m house; sewing machine. Jew el i stove. Cheap, if sold at n !. E. C. Fuehr. Iiul South J"' .i'ii slreet. Fi i I f ALT'--Very cheap, owner must ill. quity in a modern eight-room t: ::i and 1mix142 fool lot, dose in :. ! roadway. Four rooms rented i ". per month. 'Puis is a ctiap. : , -s, Owner. Box 1 14. I'11'; ALE Here is a bargain. Six lanch in the Rio Grande val l plenty of water: nly four i nori h of the -it ; all culti A No. 1 place to raise :is and glow their fi ed. N. I .. i & Co., 215 West Crobl ave- LOST. "Small, "black i -:m ii.-r -, con :.g gold watch. Return to C'itl Mice and receive reward. COLUMNS Make your wants known tfcrouun these columns. BUSINESS EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE I have some ranched to trade for city property. T. L. McSpailden, 3io South Broadway. McSPADDEN The exchanga man. See linn for business exchanges. 300 South Broadway. TO-EX (.'HANG E I" have property in Illinois Intra, Missouri, Kansas Colorado and Arizona to trade for Albuquerque property. Talk wito me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. Money Co Loan On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses Wagons and other Chattels; also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, aa low as $10.00 and as high as $200.00. 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 2 and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Aie. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. HOW WILL YOU VOTE ? Here's the Ticket. I 1 FOR A HOMb No. 310, South Edith, 6 rooms, mod ern, new. Lot 50x14Z; sewer, trees, etc. $2,700. Easy terms, if you can't pay cash. PORTERFIELD & CO. 110 West Gold Avenue. Notarial work and conveyancing. PROFESSIONAL CARUS 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 mall. Edmund J. Alger, 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. Telephone 462. 'Ap polntments made by mail. PHYSICIANS. DR. R. L. MUST, Office, 6-8, N. T. Armijo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with High Frequency Electrical Current and Ger micide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. rn. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse In attendance. Both 'phones. DR. W. G. SHADRACH, Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Occullst and Aurist for Santa Fe coas lines. Office, 313 6 West Railroad avenue. Hour: 9 to 12 a. m. and 1.30 to 5 p. n NURSE. Mr. M. R. Wharram, Room 31, Barnett building. Auto phene. C13; Colo., 1G5 B. Hours, 9 to 12 and 7 to 10. Massage, hydro thorepy and other Battle Creek meth ods. UNDERTAKER. Auto, 'phone 316. Colo. Red 115 A. BORDERS, City Undertaker. Commercial Club Building. Black and white hearse, $5. 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 terrl. 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. H. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Alhuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office Crcm well block, Albuquerque. N. M. LAND MATTERS. H. W. S. Otero, United States Court Commissioner, 703 West Silver avenue. Will attend to matters before the land office BEAUTY CULTURE. MRS. M. HELENA LEONARD, Graduate of Parisian Institute. Late of New York city. The lates scientific nppHance and up to date methods fo- treating the hair, face and scalp. Complexion steaming aad bleaching: manicuring and shampoo ine. Electrolytic automatic water massage, C13 West Gold avenue. Auto phone 279. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Maddison, Office with W. B. Chllders, 117 Wt Gobi avenue ARCHITECTS. F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling ford, rooms 46 47, Barnett building Albuquerqup. N. M. Both 'phones. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell, Room 23. N. T. Armijo Building. ACCOUNTANT. EXPERT ACCOUNTING Books aud ited, statements prepared, improved Kvs-'ems Installed. Twenty years' experience. Satisfaction guaran teed. George H. Browne, 110 South Sccoud street, Albuquerque, N. M. II BANK WSTJTltTIONS ofr ef, ofr ofr oo ojoojo. 1 u Montezuma ALBUQUERQUE, ' i I oJ i Capital and Surplus $100,000 i H 1 i St Interest Allowed on With Ample Means and Extends to Depositors every proper Accommodation, and Solicits New Accounts Capital, $150,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS SOLOMON LUNA, President; W. S. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. JOHNSON, Asst. Cashier; Win. Mcintosh, J. C. Baldrldge, Solo mon Luna, A. M. Blackwell, George Arnot, O. E. Cromwell. DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA- FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Officers and Director. JOSHUA S. RAT NOLDS , President M. W. FLOURNOY , ... Vice President FRANK McKEE ...... Cashier R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier H. F. RAY NOLDS , Director U. S. DEPOSITORY. . ,' OitHJ :v '' '! Authorized Capital .....m rn, I500.000A Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000,410 Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company ! The State National Bank ol Albuquerque. New Mexico Capital Paid in $100,000 00 Surplus and Profits 17,000 00 OFFICERS AND MARRON, President; Wm. O. N HERNDON, Cashier; Roy McDONALD, Assistant Cashier; E. A. MIERA, I. A. DYE, J. A. WEINMAN, F. H. STRONG, JAY A. HUBBS and D. II . CARNS. INTEREST PAID ON SIX MONTHS DEPOSITS AT THE RATE OF FIVE PER CENT PER ANNUM. "OLD KKLIABLE" l. e. WHOLESALE CROC E R Flour, Grain and Provisions Carries the Largest and Most In the FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILI DAD AVENUE oo .1. C. 13AI-DRIDGK NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING PAPER Alwsys Covers more, looks best, wears stock P1ter Llmet Csai. longest, most ecouomlcal, full measure. Paint, Glass, Sssh Doors, ft FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Trust Co. NEW MEXICO I Savings Deposits f Unsurpassed Facilities. DIRECTORS: FARR, Vice President; J. s p I i li ESTABLISHED 17 PUTNEY Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries Southwest. ALBUQUERUE, N. M c ODD FELLOWS? Perhaps, yes. We may be a little1 out of the common run of comic paper plumbers. In tnat we do work prompt ly, faultlessly and don't run up our bills into extortionate figures. Other wise, we're Just common, ordinary, everyday plumbers, who like to treat their customirs "on the level." We carry a large and fine line of gardea hose. Standard Heating & Plumbing Co. Both 'Phones: Colo., Red 284; Auto matic, 671. ALBUQUERQUE N. M AND LAS VEGAS 1 i