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FRIDAY. JULY 20. 1906.
PAGE TV. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. THE EVENING CITIZEN rkiibed Dally as. Weekly by Tbc Citizen Publishing Company at reetofrl r for tntnemliwtrm Uitoucb Qt aieile aa errond claaa matter. Official Paper of IWnalillo County and City of Albuquerque. JUeetavM frMi AftmMit Dipilr. Ur(ert City anr Canity Cirtutitloa, Tk larrnt Nw Mwko ClrtnlallM. ll-pwt Nonsm Hnl Circulttlee. TIRM9 or SUBSCRIPTION: natlr br mail, tme Ter in Uiiim.. $5.00 fair by mail. r-r month ..... .M Wwrlf br mail, one ' Dairy by Carrier, 60c per month Tmu Even mo CmtM will be delhrenrf In trie My at Om low rat of 20 cwtt prr week, or for M raita per month. k r wi monthly. Adtertlslng Rates Kade Known on Appllcatioa aeaarrlrwre wilt eenfer few k iiotifrm o. aaimediatelr any iMm-d-liry of the pPT. AH tottm and remittance ahould be eoMrraaad to Tmu CmUM Pusi.lf hino CoMrANT. larmfta, rheeka. noetonVe and expreaa money ardare uait ba Biade payable to Uie order of the uai tniPHOli Automatic 183 Colorado I ! PLAN FOR A MONTE CARLO IN HONDURAS Where Life Is Luxury and Living a Joy With out End. HAPPY LAND OF TOMORROW By Lronard McFall. Special Correspondence. Puerto Cortes. Honduras, July 10. They Bay down here nie ghost, of the Louisiana lottery Is going to rise, and that a new Monte Carlo is going to be erected on the Island of Bunac a. That story sounded so Interesting that I determined to visit the place, and engaged a Carib sloop to take me over. Bonacca is one of the bay Islands and lies in latitude 16 degrees 28 minutes north, and longitude 85 degrees 55 minutes west. On the map It resembles a hand, the Index finger - ! pointing to the northeast. It Is nine and a half miles long by five" miles wide, and on account of its elevation H Is visible for many miles at sea. Our approach In a small sloop was from the south side, and we anchored In a lovely little bay. In about eight fathoms of water. The water was won. , lerfully transparent, and everything ion the bottom was distinctly visible. All forms of sea life were numerous, and particularly several varieties of medusae. Medusae, I found to my cost, are much nicer to look at than to bandle. I discovered this fact immedi ately upon taking one of these opaline beauties out. of the water. A nettle sting was trifling to the discomfort I experienced. "From where we landed the shore' as cends gradually to the summit of a bigh bill covered with every kind of tropical foliage. The beach as far as we could see seemed one continuous grove of cocoanut trees loaded with nuts. A number of Carlh dwellings made of mud and thatched with the leaves of the cabbage palm dotted the shore, their owners engaged in fishing on tbe coral reefs. Life Is Leosure and Joy. . We proceeded to ascend the hill, about 500 feet In elevation, passing through a maze of tropical luxuriance. On the summit the view was enchant -Ingly beautiful, ranges of hills, one above the other inclosing charming and delightful valleys and savannas met the eye on every hand. The foli age seemed equally rich everywhere. Here and there were little plantations, tbe light green of the banana and TWO""? MAKES Soft White A delicious co-rHnt-tion of r Mule-Team Bern and pure u.hte Toilrt Soap. A bath) and toilet luxury. Lncaie y perluined Willi odor of ireh Vicleii. ua ur-c m the bath or towl i roduica a loan.y l.q'iidof exquisite tra ajrance, treating tlie kin nirdicinully while im fatftnitf AtlcagtnJuily tibl andclcai.ly ctlcct. Especially adapted lor Baby's Bath, being absolutely pure Att dcalere. 23 cent. Free aamrle for top erf o:iepound carluii " 20 Mule Ictfin' buraa aind dealer's nan.e. Scrd for illustrated book let "ror in IK Hirt" Addi- I-AC1KIC COAhT bOUAX CO, Chicago, I'l. 20 - Mule - Team Borax Ctenns without injury tbe n oM dtlic-tt fob Tat. v.'tH ; kitchen uif fiM .. v-ood WOttt, liver, i-runtt, glk,B.ait. UM1r, i t 4 mud fjcrbcna!), blei.ltcti, v-ooltn. feii, biid till im iht toilet, tuih r d mirtei y. u'.- - et twu leu d.J.lefvUIit. H.l Uta. tr, 4MTM "KJWDrW) plantain being readily distinguished. The coffee tree blossoms beside the orange: thfi lime and the cocoa mingle- their shade In the mhu patln. The chief product, however. Is the cocoanut. It requires rn labor on the, p;rt of the people, otherwise I doubt. It would he a product at nil. for a la zier lot of rascals never lived under a smiling heaven. There Is ni place for ihe ol, P-t in -habitant, whose hobby Is recalling the weather of the past. Here the v fli er does not vary twenty degrees In a whole year, and the temperature is that of May morning. Ask the thick lipped Carili about the weather and he replies "E los mismos lodos los dies" i It Is the same always ! There is something narcotic in the air. When you breath It to the full yon feel like declaring No more winter for you. with its catarrh, Its grip, Its eougns, its colds, and its coffins. Half of our life in the north spent in trying to keep a full bin of coal withoiii going Into bankruptcy, and Ihe other halt, when viewed from tms price, seems equally unattractive. Land of the Manyana. Now, in this climate, you are con fident. I hat you would piit In a litlle more time in sleiping-, a trifle less in eating, and the biggest part of two- thirds of tbe balance in enjoying a few of the many blessings scattered around you. Your enjoyment would not he marred in the least by the fact that you do not have to work, to pro cure these blessings. No stubborn soil to till, no sowing or reaping. You Just get some one to pick your fruit for you while you try and find time to eat. Oh. 1 shall never be able to de scribe to you the delicious languor which steals over nie at noon each day. The roseate atmosphere oT the opium eater's dream seems to envel ope you and yon fall back in your hammock swinging under the palms, lasily contemplating the graceful rings ascending from you cigar. Then with eyes half closed, the hum of droning Insects in your ear yon lay your plans for tomorrow, and mind you, always for tomorrow. You left the land of Now, with Its turbulent strife. Its fret and toll, and this is Tomorrow land. Plan for Monte Carlo.. The plan Is to lease the Island from Honduras, drive out the squatters. and Ihen, by the expenditure of mil lions, make this the American Monte Carlo. Of course, thereis little said as yet about It. It's a big proposition, but Honduras needs money, and some years ago made proposals looking to Just such a scheme, to the lottery peo ple. Bonacca would make one of the most attractive winter resorts In the world. It Is reached by a short voy age from New York, and Its charms once known it would become very popular. Viewed as 1t is today, an emerald gem In an opalescent sea. It is difficult to conjure up a modern civilization here; ta believe that the strains of Banda Rossa or the thrilling sing of a ne Patti will replace the piping cues .'.om the white faced monkeys springing from tree top to tree top Y'et it is not Impossible that where now gleam the flickering light of a Iplteh pine torch the shadows of nignt will he dispelled by myriads or elec tric lights; the mud hovels will give way to stately palaces, and the naked wretch who now resides within these vales of emerald loveliness, his mind still clouded with the superstitions of the dark ages, will vanish before the advent of the enlightenment and beauty of the twentieth century. And woman, lovely woman, in diamonds and laces and other things, will re place the sad eyed woman upon whose uncovered breat sleeps a naked of Id Slaughter of Thousand. Coming Into port In the early morn ing I witnessed a Arrange sJght; i school of Spanish mackeral came into the harbor. So numerous were they that the water was turned to molten silver. Their appearance precipitated a carnival of killing, such as I never dreamed of. The air was black with pelicans, fish hawks, eagles, and ev ery other bird of prey, while the wa ter literally swarmed with sharks, blue fish, and other denizens of Ihe deep Out of the heavens the great birds would drop like a shot, striking the water with a resounding splash, and the hiss of ihe shark's dorsal fin as he cut the water like a knife was heard everywhere. The slaughter con tlnued for an hour, until the silly mackerel retired to the depths. My native servant, a boy c' twelve, volunteered to bring nie an eagle, and 1 was much Interested in his pro ceedings. He brought forth a small board nailed on a long stake, and pad died out Into the harbor. The tide was out, so he carried his outfit long ways from shore. Then he push ed the stake into the mud, so that the plank was about two inches un der water. Just above the plank, and floating on the surface, he fastened a good sized fish. Then he came ashore, and we waited results. Pres enlly a big pelican came sailing along and spied the bait. With a sudden closing of wings, he dropped likP I bolt troin the sky. striking beadllrst aginst the plank. Sambo brought him in a few moments later, his neck bro ken, killed instantly, 1 wanted au ea gle. but got a pelican. 1 omorrow Uiat is, manyana w take t lie train for San Pedro, where our saddle and pack mules and out 111 must lie engaged for a trip across i li continent. LEGAL NOTICE. Las: wijj utid r.::eii f Walbu Douglass, deeea-rd. To. .1. C. Hal.i-i.lge. Kx-i'U iiv. i li nephews Hint i.i res f Wj'lio Douglasis, di i i a-'-ii. ami in ail whom il niav concern: ; mi are lu ii'liy urn itli d i ihi nil I last will and teiauieut of W'alhn jl)oul.tss, hit,, ui tin- rimntv of riema I lillo and territory of New .Mexico, dt- ceased, lias been product d and read in the probate court of the enmity of Bernalillo, terriiorv of New Mexico, at a r. tulur term lliriiof, 1- Id ou the ! .'ii day of .1 1 1 . l'.mi;. ainl .be day ot i:ie pioving of said alleged la.-? will and tet-i amt nt was 1 v o:dr of tin jiii';e of s:tid court i In rcnpmi tixi-d tor MniitUy. the t!;h (lay of Angus;. A H. Haiti, term "f said court, at 1" clock in t!ie torciiooii of s-aid day 1 i v . ii under my hand and tin- seal of Tii ruint liiis L'd (lav of Julv. V II )'."'.. A. E WAI.KKIt. I Seal i Probate Clerk .fr;et.r,v:c:-.,,EN. ' I fc' ; : 1 1 'Kl.T.I J." 1 Mlsl Irruvir ata, r i. i'. i' u . a 1 .iwt-r. rxprrar.. fnts'ij. lut uu. or l.i'lll'. r. 15. CaTbUiaJ atMl vil IK.UMU I Ejaf arnui,..!, , 1 ,., ,. 1 , r l .m-v-ri . ' l la l I II II' . I . ' 0000004C PERFECTION Straw Hat Bleach MAKES AN OLD STRAW. OR PANAMA HAT LOOK LIKE NEW; DOESN'T Tl'KN THE STRAW YELLOW. EI YE OR SIX HATS CAN BE MALE OYER WITH A U.c PACKAGE. SOLD ONLY BY THE HIGHLAND PHARMACY 205 East Railroad Ave. and ALVABADO PHARMACY First & Geld Ave. Both 'Phones. Cr000K00000 SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST Full Set of Teeth $8 Gold Crowns $6 Gold Filling $130 up Painlesa Extracting 50c ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY ANTEED. GUAR- B. F. COPP.' ROOM 12, N. T. ARMIJO BUILDING. Constipation causes headache, nau sea, dizziness, languor, heart 'palpita tions. Jrastltr physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Doan's Regulets act gently and cure constipation. 25 cents. Ask your druggists. o A Washington clerk who was late to work only once in 27 years is dead. You can see the foliv of no' being J ate. NOTICE. Notice is berebv given that the. final eport of the executors of the estate of 'uoliert Hauschild, deceased, has hem made to the probate court for Bernalillo county. New Mexico, and that a petition has been filed in said court for the approval of said final report and for the discharge of the said executors and tbeir bondsmen, and that the time of wearing said final report and ' said petition has been set by the said court for the 6th day of August, A. D. 10G, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Bernalillo county court house, at which . me and place any person interested In said estate may appear and oppose said final report and said petition. OTTO DIECKMANN. NORMAN U KEMMERER, Executors of the estate of Robert Hauschild, deceased. PROPOSALS FOR BRICK WARE HOUSE Department of tbe Interior, office of Indian affairs, Washington, D. C. June 27, 1906. Sealed proposals, plainly marked on the outside of the envelope, "Proposals for Warehouse, Albuquerque,, New Mexico," and ad drewsPd to the Commissioner of In dian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will be received at the Indian office until 2 o'clock p. ni. of July 31, 1906, for furnishing and delivering the neces sary materials and labor requfred to construct and complete a brick ware house with freight elevator and elec tric light, at the Albuquerque school, New Mexico, In strict accordance with plans, specifications, and instructions to bidders, which may be examined at this office, the offices of The Citi zen, Albuquerque, New Mexico; the New Mexican, Santa Fe, New Mexico 'he Republican, Denver, Colo.; te Arizona Gazette. Phoenix, Ariz.; the Builders and Traders' Exchange, at Omaha, Ken., Milwaukee. Wis.. St. Paul, Minn., Minneapolis, Minn.; the United States Indian warehouses at Chicago. III., St. Louis, Mo New Y'ork, N. Y.. Omaha, Neb., and at 'he school. For further information, apply to Charles H. Dickson, supervisor in charge, Albuquerque, New Mexico. C F. Larrabee, Acting Commissioner. Mrs. Bambini, at ber par. 'or. No, 29 West Railroad avenue, is pre pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and ingrowing nails. She gives matisage treatment and manicur ing. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of oonvplexion cream builds up the skin and improves the complexion, and is guaranteed not to be injurious. She also prepares a hair tonic that, cures and prevents dandruff and hair falling out; restorfs lite to dead hair; removes moles, warts and superfluous l.tir. Also a face iKiwder, a freckle ure and pimple cure ami pile cure. VI of these preparations are purery '. egetable eon) pounds. Have just ad ded a vibrator machine for treatment f scalp, face and cure of wrinkles. Ii is also used for rhf nniatisip, pair. tnd iimssage NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homesiead Entry No. t'2t'.3.1 ! ii lnii iim iit if the Inferior. Land Of fice at San'a Fe, New Mexico, July 17. lt'lll-.. ' Notice is bereliy given that tilt- ful 'ov. iug named settler has filed no'ice f his intention to nnke final proof in i-upp. i t his claim, and that said proof will lie made before the probate fieri, at Albuquerque. Ntw . .exico, on Si -pti'iiibi r ,"1, llnit'i. i..: , FcK (,rc:a y Sala.'.ar. of Allci l 11 iqui , Bernalillo county. New Mex ico, tor the N I-: 1 SKV' Sec: inn 1"; NvY' SW1,. Section 11. Township 1" iiorili. Range T, east. II" n.iini s the follow in-r vi;ii'ft& -o prove his ci'ininu us resideiiet- n u a:id cub ivaMon nf said lind. viz.: Pilar Trujillo, Frani.--co olguin. Da rin tint erie mu! .luan Ai'odaca. allot Cai '.i nt' r. New Mexico. 1 M AN I- EL R. Ol'KHti. Legist, r.l I ROUCH CRY.I We do it rigl.i. Impei ial Laundry Co. BO YOU WANT HELP OF ANY KIND? If so. we can sccor e it for yon fry m.ti want m.. in The Evening Citizen. It only costs One Cent Per Word Insertion and yeu caw rely upen It, aa we have not f'ld bforo, that your money a not thrown away. We have alao rented hundreds of houewa by ow want de, aa well aa Id nearly everything wa have adver ttaet through them. y T f C a U Tt AT C the Western TJnioa ar Poatal Tele i C L, C r 11 XJ l C .ph offices for an A. D. T. U"l" boy. and .vend, your ad with the cash to The Clttien office, or tele phone dleect, r call, and tte ad will appear according to your Uh. IE YOU WANT help of any kind, or env.iioymtnt of any kind, phoney von in wine .tiirHiwm 8 ,mpioj mpnt office, 120 Ve6t Silver ave nue, at the Ell'e cafe. 'Phones. Automatic, 37!t; Colorado. ofl. WANTED. W A N T ED Posit ton by an around camp or small hotel cook; reliable. : Address, S Citizen office. I ANTED Man to work on ranch for : board. Colorado 'phone. Black 2. b, Call and 'see us before borrow three riDgs. . , WANTED By Chicago wholesale ano ; mail order hTuse. afc?istant manager (man or woman) for this county I and adjoining territory. Salary, J20 1 and expenses paid we-i.ly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant ; ' position permanent. No investment or experience required. Spare time valuable. Write a', once for fuli particulars and enclose self-ad-1 d reused envelop. Address, Gen eral manager, 134 Lake street, Chl- iago, ILL W A NTED GPn tie ni' n ' s second hand clothing. No. S15 South First street, south of Viaduct. Send address and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. WANTED Saleswoman, young ; mus.; be experienced and able to speak Spanish. Only parties with all qualifications and capable, need ap ply. Write and send references im mediately, to the John Becker com pany, Belen, N. M. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Houses, furnished and unfurnished; -modern. W. H. Mc Million, real estate broker, 211 West Gold avenne. FOR RENT OR LEASE Two fur nished rooms, modern; young mar ried couple preferred. Al-so other cheaper rooms for light housekeep ing. 517 South Broadway. Mrs. H. E. Rutherford. FOR RENT 9 room brick bouse, modern conveniences. 5i7 South Second street. FOR RENT Furnished room. In quire at No. 230 North Walter street FOR REN T Newly furnished rooms, at the Minneapolis house, witi or without hon.sekee'plng. $1 per week and up, Aiuuquerqiie, N. M. FOR RE., i" Large, cool rooms for light housekeeping; rent reasona ble. 524 West Railroad avenue. FOR SALE. FOR SAi.E O. K. washing machine. $7.50; English mail hand cart, geared. $4.50; Eureka steel range. $15. 212 South High street. FOR SALE new, three-room house, In Highlands; payments, $12 per montn. Address, "Highlands," Citi zen office. FOR SALE A four-room, in.xiern house. T. E. Gargan, 507 North Twelfth street. FOR SALE A five-horse gasoiine en gine, all complete. J. F. Palmer, 501 North First street. OR SALE A handsome Hardman piano, in fine condition and almost new, at a bargain. For particu lars, call at this office. FOR SALE A first-class, double-bar reled 12-gauge snotgtin; bran new; never has been used: one of the best makes. Call at The Citizen of fice for particulars. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the interior. United States Land fflce, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 29, 1906. Notice is hereoy given that the fol lowing named claimant has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim under sections 16 and 17 of the act of. Marcn 3, 1891, (26 Stats., S54), as amended by the act of February 21, 1893, (27 Stats., 47M, and that said proof will be made before the probate ckrk at Los Lnnas, N. M., on the 10th day of August, li)r. viz., Jacobo Chaves, in behalf of the heirs of Juan M. C. de Chavez, deceased, for the S. H. C. No 42h, lots 1 and 2, In sections 25, .io and 36, township 7 nort.i, range 2 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous ad verse possession of saiu tract for twenty years next preceding the sur vey of the t.iwnsnip. viz.- Jose G. i navez, of Valencia, N. M.; Jesus Sanciiez y Alarid, of Valencia. N. M : Gregorio Aragon, of Valencia, N. M.; . iincarpio Sancht.', of Piralta, N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who kn iws oi any substantial rea son under ihe law s and regulations ot the interior department why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above mentioiud time and place to cross examine the witnesses of said claim ant, and io offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted nv claimant. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. All Illinois hog was sold for $:.,onn the other day. This will make t!,e etui-seat pi oirsil Ion fed more com fortable. "How w.nild yon Hle to be t! man Humph, bow'il vou lik to be Hat - I i v Thaw's lawyer?" Wui. lie a e bad b. Win. .1 ings. I. Bryan says In nmiidate again. en beaten as many times ymi w uld appreciate his ( Only E2 YQars O.d. I am onlv .' ;.is old and don expect eii w hen I get to be r a. o i 'ii fct I i l at w ay as long us I can H't Elect l if 'iters." raid Mis. E. 11. l'.rui -sop. of I ' ib'in. Ga. Sureiy 1 in-ie -nothing 'Is., keeps iln- old as o':t:j and makes the weak as i-trorg as tl.;.- Li :.n,i llu die ne. 1 vs Iit-pt,;a. '( I'l cl jlittr. iiit'l.imeil kidneys, er cur '.r.v i oii-.tt! pal urn are mil. Mown aner iai.- :ii- K'o. : Litters a r. asoi.able tin.'-. Gurantetd bv all drnggls's. I': if. PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses. Wagons and other Chattels; also on . SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low as $10 and as high as -'" ,an3 re niy maue . strictly private. 1 inie : One month '..,, rw mt.. a re9on. rap HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. steamwhip tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant BIdg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings, PHOFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 32 F street N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions, lands, patents, copyrights, caveats, letter patents, trade murks, claims. R. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Crom well block, Albuquerque, N. M. DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. v Rollins 15 and 16, Grant block, over Ihe Golden Ruie Dry Goods company. Both 'phones. Appointments made by mail. Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S. M)6 Railroad Avenue Office will be closed until JULY 23rd PHYSICIANS. DR. R. L. HUST. Office, 6-8, N. T. Armijo Bldq. Tutxretilosls treated with High Freqtiency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.. Trained nurse in attendance. Bofh 'phones. DR. W. G. SHADRACH. Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Oecullst and Aurlst for Santa Fe coast lines. Office, 313fe West Rail road avenne. Hours: 9 to 12 a. tn. and 1:30 to 5 p. m. UNDERTAKER. Auto, "phone, 316. Colo., Red 113. A. BORDERS. Commercial Club Building. Black and White Hearse, $5. ARCHITECTS. F. W. Silencer and V. O. Walling ford. Rvon8 46-47, Barnett building, Albuquerque. N. M. Both 'phones. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Far-well. Room 23. N. T. Armijo building. MINES AND MINING. AMERICAN DE FOREST WIRELESS AND AU, MINING STOCKS DEALT IN BY FRED. J. STEIN BERG ER, 37 Bank Block. Denver Colorado. NOTARY PUBLIC. Tho. K. D. Maddison. Office with W. B. Childers, 117 West Gold avenue. VETERINARIAN. Dr. F. L. Schneider. Office, 424 North -Second street. Phones Auto.. 311; Colo.. Black 35. Residence 'phone. Auto., 747. HAIR WORK. switches, puffs, etc.. made to order fr.m combings. Call Monday and Tuesday forenoons. Mrs. H. E. Ruth erford. 517 South Broadway. RODERICK STOVER, E. E. Electrical and Mechanical Engineer. Agent for Fairbanks, Morse & Co. Gas and ga-o!ine engines a specialty W..sf Railroad avenue. Auto matic 'phone, 1711. EXAMINER OF TITLES. H. R. WHITING. 119 South Second Street First Ivo National Bank building. Albuquerque, N. M. Examiner and abstradtr of land titles, including those of Spanish and Mexican origin. PRIVATE LESSONS. Will lie given in Spanish. French and Gi rinan. also m public liitTi :c!iool bianenes. Terms reasonable. MRS. C O'CONNOR ROBERTS, lli-iness college Rooms, Library Building. Eiist Railroad avenue. 1 DR. VAUCAIRE'S FORMULA. i Rt commended bv Mrs. Henry 'Synits. to develop the bust from four prefers not to, to six inch's. Guaranteed to be made Maybe if yoiiltrom pure Galegal Extract. The for- ni'ii.i is a fet neial tonic, but has a spe j' ilic effect upon Ihe bust, is perfectly i In: ml' ss. Fir ale at the Alvarado . ; 'i it : in ;k . B. A. SLEYSTER -1N:-UH.NCE. REAL ESTATE! NOTARY PUBLIC 'l. 'i:' -., ' rimweil Block, Albuquerque Automatic TelephoLe. 174. i if oi; ai.t results la adv rtifits .i; Kv.mij Cit; ju want ad. BANK INSTITUTIONS MONTEZUMA ALBUQUERQUE .... NEW MEXICO Capitol (ind surplus. $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED Witti Ample Means and Extends to Depositors Every Proper AccotumodatU D, and Solicits New Accounts Capital, $150,000.00. Or FlCERS AND DIRECTORS ficlomon Luna, President; W. S. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst, Cashier; Wm, Mcintosh, J. C. Baldrjdge, Solo mon Luna, A. M. Blackwell, Geo. Arnot, O. E. Cromwell. DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA 4 SANTA FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK eUCQOHRQUB, N. M. JOSHUA B. RATNOtaOel M. W. FIXXTRNOY FRANK MeKJSD R, A. FROST ... H. r. BATMOUM . V. b. BSTOgrroatT. AtJtaortaed Oapttal Paid Up Capita, Surplus aad Proftta $26O,Oo0. DepoaKory far Atchison, Topeka ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. 2 CAPITAL i 100 000.00 Q SURPLUS AND PROFITS THIS BANK WAS OPENED We invite your attention to business growth of this bank Deposits at the end of the first Deposits at the end of the first Deposits at the end of the first Deposits ai the end of the first Deposits at the end of the first a Deposits at the end or tne nrst 5 Deposits at the end of the first 4) Deposits June 18, 1906 O OFFICERS: O. N. MARRON, Pres. .1. B. HERNDON, Cashier. 0 WM. FARR, Vice Pres. ROY McDONALD, Asst. Cashier. The Southwestern Building Ass'n of Las Vegas, N. M. CAPITAL STOCK, $2,500,000.00 Money to Loan to Build a Home DON'T PAY RENT iV. E. STEVENS, General Ag't. Also Agent for Tfce Continental Casualty Company, cf Chicago. ML Auto. 'Phone, 291. First Nat'l. Bank BIdg., Albuquerque. New Mex. K4KCK4e44C a "OLD RELIAELE." l L. 5. PUTNEY 1 THE WHOLESALE GROCER 2 FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Cairns the Larsr' t and Most Exclusive Sto. in the Southwest. t ' i. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS 10 RAILROAD AVENUE. -00&99ccm0'm .1. C. HALDRIDOK DEALER IU NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER SHKR...AN-W11.I.IAMS PAINT - Cevt I s mp:, -long, Mt, mis- economical; :' ill m iMir. . fl II.HiNi. PAPER-Always in slock. Plus-.', i. ' - . ( i '. Sa.-ii. lloor-. Etc FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALE'JCL E F.S U E. TRUST CO. ON SAYINGS DEPOSITS Unsurpassed Facilities. Sew . suldeat ...... ..Tloe Preatdent . . .Cashier Ae Aeeietaat Castiler Director i 1721 JJS v e-Baej f e"eT rrt a a fftftetOtenM A Saata Fe Railway Compaay 20,000.00 FOR BUSINESS APRIL 18, 1904. the following statement, showing the since its organization: day $10,466.92 werk 19,173.00 month 31,821.82 six months 92,750.13 year 169,061.80 eigmeen momns 2s. 320.31 A two years 377,332.37 O 434,502.31 Savings. Loan and J ESTABLISHED ?'ap'e Groceries v ALLUlJUERQVE, N. M. C STARTING THE DAY RIGHT means a j-no-l deal to a busy man, r.s it noes t,, evtry in" who has use for every iiiiiniie of their lime; so a co'.d shower is j't-t tbf tiling to do it. No liatbroom i compute or really serv iceable without om-. If you are build ing a new house, or fritting tip your bni hrooin. caii on tbe Standard Plumbing plumbers, value. We . ar: ho-e in i. & Heat .nt Co., sanitary !i - e. :' w panic liars .f line of Standard Plumbing and Keating Cc. Auto. 'Phone, C71. Colo., Red CE4. tiietjt, paiiit. NEW MEX. rvwVVWSWVVWVWVWViiWV 1873. O 0