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TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1906.
Pitt tv. AlfetlQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. i THE EVENING CITIZEN toMUkri Dally Hi Weekly iy The Citizen Publishing Company IFwtofltMfnTtniniimtaiitoiitliroiwhtli aaaite u Mccmd elaaa mattar. !uNION,&fr)LABEL Offltitl Paper of Bernalillo County Mid City of Albuquerque. aaaiilrti Prwl sfttraoon Olipitchw. larpat City tni County Circulation. TIM Larrat Nw Mexico Clrcutittoa. llrrMt Hcrthtr Arlmm Cimiltla. ' TIKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! aM Wr Mil. ena Tr in aaTanca... IMK my anail. par month ......... Wkk W ana.il or" raar ts.w w Qmllv hv Carrier 60c DCr monthihat h'8 Vwnee was not suspected oaJiy oy earner, out, pcrmumn fnr pnmo (Javg Vorlly 1ie WByg of Tmm Etbhiwo CmritH will ba dliTd In tha tar at tfca low rmta otSOtmttpn weak, or for 69 aataa pmr aionui, wnw paw moniniy. JUurtltlng Rates Made Known on Application ra win wnfer a faTor br notlfytnr ua Mtoly on any non-delivery or tha papr. Al lattara and ramittanrca ahould ba addmard to Tmm IMtUN PllRI.ISHINO COMPANY. Iffmfta, aTThi. anatoflita and cxprma money ordcra payama to uia araar ox uia 9UN TIllFHONIl! Awtomftfle 183 Colorado 15 SUMMER NEWS IN NEW YORK IS READABLE Multitudes Take Vacation But Visitors Arc Num erous and Active. TAMMANY MAN CONVERTED Peculiar Story of How Dead Man Was Substituted For Live One. Special O'onespocdenci:. New York, Aug. 7. The summei exodus Is now at Its height, and as few New Yorkers, obi residents, are in the city, as have been here at any season. In Tact, it may be said mai the vacation habit, which Russell Sage pronounced an unnatural one, has seized upon our citizens with I more rigor than ever before. There are plenty of people on the streets, ,.,.. i, .ni... f ihom I r"-"".""0 "."". .rloHnpa fnf ow VftrlT DT fnPI H I more visitors In summer than she unria r,nt f ho own nonnln In pn nv the breezes of mountain and sea- Tu hoa i.ann iu. i .i okh in f r.t in.n to get cool, as there have been few days that have been oppressive, while many of the nights have been as cool .. ,i f.11 ,. ihB vnilnn hnhlt i... omn nnnn m,r nonnto verv 1 f " - I almost 'sacred to us. A gentleman who was out collecting bills, present- ed one for rent to one man. "Pay rent," said the debtor. "Why. I h..pn'i r,t together nw vacation nnt. Jkt I """W J Many instances can be cited where v nu .k , a I'droHnn ot n PnenHivo mane h let nil his Wlls stand until he could get enough tn nnv them. th vacation standing firet in his estimation. The rows of ""'c nd in all cases extremely vulgar houses locked up, and hoarded up and and insulting. The continua pin ift denite t. inrtrer now than pricks tell on the nerves, and frail r .efnre d nnsn.ientlv the cMy has a larger share of Its surface eatt into gloom bv the withdrawal of .lcrna iif ihn it hn ev(.r ho he. tore. Still, the people from outside who travel around in the rubber neck antna flnrt tho ritv wnnrterfniw t. tractive. Where have the residents gone? Well, R would be difficult, if not Impossible, to name a resort, from nearby pleasure places on the Sound, to the Land of the Midnight Sun, that has not some New Yorkers staying there. New Yorkers are In Egypt, in Africa, why up north and way down south. Intent on pleasure and spending money like water. The great trouble Is, that while millionaires are scattering dollars that they can easily spare, others are also scattering them that cannot afford it, and -will miss them many months afterwards. Well, New York will be glad to see them all back with their faces well tanned, but also with their bodies invigor ated and their brains clearer for ac tive and more strenuous work that will Insure to their permanent good. Caters to Negro Patronage. Clerks of the fashionable stores along fifth avenue, Twenty-third street and Broadway know by sight a colored woman who ig a frequent vis itor in her automobile to the shops where the finest things are bought She makes large purchases. The woman is Mrs. Peyton, wife of Phillip Paytoit, Jr., the negro who has made a fortune in real estate, and Is back of a plan in Harlem to form a colony of well-to-do colored persons. Her tastes are refined, and supported by the credit of her husband's name, she is able to gratify desires which only the wealthy dare to entertain. Pay ton. as a real estate dealer. Is daring, and not afraid to stand by his color ed brethern. He it was who evicted all the white tenants from a large and fashionable apartment house in a fasnionable neigiiliorhood, and filled the apartments with colored tenants, lie Is making money by it, and is pleasing colored people of means, but he Isn't pleasing the rich white peo ple who have to move from Hats they bad held for some time. There are plenty of colored people In this city tow that can afford all the lux uries that Mr. Payton can put Into a house for them to occupy, and he fan get as much rent from them as from whites, hence he will continue to enlarge the boundaries of the flats occupied by high-toned blacks. Tammany Man Converted. The very earnest evangelists who exhort and slug on the city hall steps seemed greatly pleased the other day when a seedy individual told tbem he was converted. A "sister" led the convert to prayer at the grating M the top of the steps, knelt by him and prayed, he repating the prayer after her. Inside the grating several politician listened wondcringly. Then a "brother" anion the evan gelists, Inking out a note bonk and pencil, nuked the convert s name. I'm iMonnhan," he shouted cxplos- ivelv, and, as it to emphasize the value of his conversion, lie added: "I belong to Tammany Hall. "Surely, madam, you have snatched a brand from the burning," said a Tniiiiiinny man on the other sido of the fence to the female evangelist. Fearful William Come Quietly. William Rockefeller was so afraid of having the public know of his movements that he made his way Jiome from France by a very cir cuitous route, lie took tne steamer o Quebec, and thence same by motor car to the Adlrondacks, where he stayed a week or so to recuperate. And then he took a train quietly ror Tarrytown. and got there so quietly the rich In these latter days are not the ways of pleasantness and peace. Havemeyer had almost as hard a time of getting Into Tarrytown as he will encounter when he aproaches St. Peter at the pearly gates. Metamorpnoais of O'.iorus Girl. A new kind of swindle lias sprung up In the theatrical circles. Some tal anted and attractive chorus girl has gone around and secured contracts In various names, and has then trans ferred them to others, they taking the names of the contracts. As a conse quence managers have not found the ferits they bargained for when the contracts were signed. This had greatly puzzled them until they un earthed the swindle. Now they have a chorus girl photographed as soon as the contract is signed, and the portrait appears as part of the con tract. It Is said considerable has been done in this new kind of fake Impersonation. Family Bank Accounts. A clerk of a savings bank said the other clay. "It has become a common thing for married women holding ac counts here to have their bank books made out to .Mr. and Mrs. So-and-So. There was always a little of this partnership business going on, but it has increased noticeably of late years. Whether the arrangement Indicates a greater degree of conjugal devo tion or a suspicion. Is a question. There are arguments to be used In support of each theory. It may mean that Mr.So-and-So has much con fidence in his wife and that he is not araid of her drawing out all the money and spending It while he Is away from home, or it may mean confidence in her husband that she views a common bank account as the only way to insure her share of his earnings. No matter what tne motive, the plan certainly saves a eret (leal of trouble In case an nccl dent should lerall either or tne joint depositors, anil as mere is nine una ger of loss to the bank through the double harness system, we are quite willing the accounts should be neui in the name of the two. .... .A , i no nnnci uoing xo Europe, In r,W !,! r,t.ullr whirl, " x, . v. . ' 1 " ,vv i u '1'"'" " ' J " " - " "c 7,l-cu """" " " c ' l Bmyl ui uci iiuounuu, .'" BlB,u uru "mlB " v" "c niaKiDK Brrangemenis vo uepan 101 Europe. She will be accompanied by MrB- Richard Grant White, the mon 01 ner, n"-au nusuauu, "' aw. .. . c- pecieu mai me vv nues win leiiiain abroad until after the trial. This in- 1 .1 . ,, V. . V. I . I. r. . -. to s""" wIth tne d what f source of annoyance, if not of pos Ml,ve ,B,U '" '- i""-'.j nuni u rrponers uriugs ' connected with a crime of note. Indeed some who have been subjected to .1 , , 1 l,lc qucoi ui rqiu.iu. iwk uwd driven lo me uuruers 01 iuhhh- ity- They have no hours of quiet or Pace; tney ha,ve nothing that Is sa fed from inquiry, generally antagon- women loose their strength and health, and while the criminal may alonS very we" 80 Iar 88 8lana Ing the storm is concerned, the wo men fade and fade, unUl the life Is nded, and all in a matter in which they have no interest save as at lectlonat econsorts or children. Case of Mistaken Identity. A pathetic story comes from the East Side, that fruitful source of striking stories. John Burns, who has a wife and two sons in East Forty-fourth street, was sent to Bellevue Hospital, for general debll ity. Soon after he arrived another John Burns was brought in a des Derate condilTon of alcoholism. When Mrs. Burns the first went to the hos pital to see her nusband, she wa told that he had been transferred to the Metropolitan hospital on Black well's Island. She decided to wait and a couple of nights later she re eel veil news that her husband wa dead. She went to the morgue, and with her sister. Identified the body as that of her hiiBband. The body was delivered at the house, and the friends were Invited to the wake, for which extensive preparations had been made. In the course of the af ternoon an old woman friend came In She took one look at the corpse, shook her head, and broke out with "Sure, and If ye are John Burn your nose Indies you. John was n drinking man." Mrs. Burns got out a photograp' of her husband, and compared it wit the face of the corpse. There was general resemblance, but features feature there as a difference. Won tiering whether she was wife or wi ow. .Mrs. Burns telephoned ttie tin dertaker and asked what was u in lfj B FJ j mJr The critical ordeal through which however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, that t'ie very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror. There is n.- necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous. The useof Mother's Friend so prepares the system forthe comingevent that it is salely passed without any remedy is always ap- (ilied externally, and u carried thousands of women through the trying crisis without suffering. feiid for fmj book ronUimnfr iiiforu.fetina if pricctfM fume lo nil eiputtaiil iuoi!m. The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ca. Preventing Sickness Is Much Easier Than Curing it For this reason y u should use every precaution to ward off disease, by using preparations of known value to disinfect your home and premises. We carry a full line of antiseptics, dis infectants, and deodorizers, which are very valuable for keeping sickness out of your nome, especially during the hot weather. Come in and see what we have. I!uy if you want to. HIGHLAND PHARMACY 205 East Railroad Ave. K0-0-0a0-a0--0- SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST ull Set of Teeth $8 Gold Crowns $6 Gold Filling $1.50 up Painless Extracting 50c LL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUAR ANTEED. . B. F. COPP, N. T. ARMIJO BUILDING. ROOM 12 ause of Hums' death at Ulackwell's Island. "Alcoholism" came back the answer. Alter more teiepnoning n. is learned that the Uurns who- didn't make a widow of his wife was at Bellevue, alive and better. The corpse was taken back to the mor- ue with much rejoicing. Horses the More Deadly. The report of the coroner for the borough of Manhattan has caused considerable surprise by the state ment that of 158 deaths caused by ireet vehicles only sixteen were caus- by automobiles. Vehicles pro pelled by horses caused four times as many deaths and street cars, sub way and elevated, five times as many. OU) TIMER. OFFICIAL MATTERS Superintendent of Blind Asylum. The board of trustees of the New Mexico Institute for the Blind, at Ala- mogordo, has elected S. H. Gill of Nashville, Tennessee, superintendent of the asylum. Mr. Gill Is bl:nd him self. He conies highly recommended. Postoffice Sites Changed. The postoffice at Dayton, Eddy county, ha3 been moved a quarter of a mile to the west from Its former site. The postoffice at Cimarron, Colfax county, has been moved 300 yards west of its former sitr. Postmaster Appointed. General Pinnel has been appointed postmaster at Dayton, Eddy county. "Generally debilitated for year. Had sick headaches, lacned ambition, was worn-out. and all run-down. Burdock biood Bitters made me a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moosup, Conn. " MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOR. My merchant tailoring shop Is up stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave nue, where I solicit the patronage of the public. All work guaranteed first- class, as I have had fifteen years' ex perience In the business. Suits made to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed ana repaired. The specific I use will not Injure the cloth. Ladles' garments also cleaned and walking skirts made to order. Give me a trial. O. BAMBINI. SCREEN TIME IS COMING. Window e;reens, 7 cents per foot. A home made door, with trimmings, for $1.25. We are making window screens all mortised together, and as strong as a door, for 7 cents a square foot. A screen door, 2-6x6-6, or 2-8x6-8, that will outlast any door shipped In here from the cast, together with trim mlngs. for $1.25. We make the regular shop made screen doors that have always cost, heretofore. $2.00 to $2.25, for $1.50. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND PLANING MILL CO. STAGE TO JEMFZ SPRINGS The unders'sned Is prepared to make trips to and from the celebrat ed JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS. Any In formation desired can be secured from George H. Moore. No. 113 West Railroad avenue. JAMES T. JOHNSTON. No woman's happi ness can be complete without children; it is her nature to love and want them tiful and pi re. the expectant mother must ikss, danger. This great and wonderlul 'fatsos DO YOU WANT TliE NAME AND ABDRESS of the man who ehould ba working for you? of the man ih wouid gladly lend you money? of the nuvn -sho would like to buy your horse? of the man who would buy an Interest In your business? of the man who would buy that lot of ground? of the man who would buy your old bicycle? &fa Citizen Want Ads, Furnish you with names and addresses of people who arc "Neccessary to Your Prosperity IP YOU WANT help of any kind, or employment of any kind, 'phone call or write Abraham's Employ-1 ment office, 12U West Silver ave-; nue, at the Elite cafe. 'Phones, I Automatic, 379; Colorado, 289. WANTED. WANTEL Position by nusband and wife In or out of city. Address, A. J., this office. I . . r 7. rT. .,...! nil. VvAMhD A position uy a. bu : around cook; country preicrrtu. m- dress "Cook," Citizen office. ' . I WANTED A partner with $1,UUU, In a eod paying business. Anaress i . O. Box 2211, Albuquerque, N. M. WANTED Solicitor to canvass the c.ltv: salarv and commission. Ad- rtre3 C. W., care Citizen office. WANTED A eood woman cook to cook only one meal a day. Good wages. Must be first-class cook. German or Swede preferred. t r-. -7 I I W ANTED tientiemen 8 secuuu-iiauu , clothing. No. 615 South First street, south of viaduct. Sena address and will call. R. J. Swefney, proprietor. WANTKu Competent man to take charge of saw mill and roller flour mill. Salary or Interest. Address, V. S. Miera, Cuba, N. M. WANTED A hustler to take orders for the "Spencer Seedless Apple Tree." Good money for an ener getic young man. Call at 124 South Walter street, for full Information. FOR RENT. FOll K. Two furnished rooms for light, housekeeping, inquire 408 North Second street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or without loard. Also nicely furnished 5-room cottage, with planp. Apply east end ef viaduct. Mrs. E. K. Norrls. FOR-RENT A silTroom house; bath, electric light and other modern con veniences. 624 West Tijeras ave nue. FOR REM' Newly furnished rooms at the Minneapolis house, with or without housekeeping, $1 per week and up, Albuquerque, N. M.J FOR-REiT'f Large, cool rooms for light housekeeping; rent reasona ble. 524 West Railroad avenue. FOR RENT Two rooms, all mod ern, for light housekeeping. Also, two rooms en suite. Gentleman roomers preferred. 517 South Broadway. FOR RENT Four rooms and bath completely furnished for house keeping. Third street, near Fruit avenue. $20. Apply to Albuquerque Hardware Co. FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR RENT The new 3 room house at 814 South Arno st. Payment $12 per month. Address Highlands, Citizen office. FOR . SALE Soda Fountain. T. J Topham. FOR SALE A five-horse gasoline en gine. all complete. J. F. Palmer, 501 North First street. FOR SALE A handsome Hardman piano, in fine condition and almost new, at a bargain. For particu lars, call at this office. FOR SALE My general store. Rare chance for some one to secure an established business. Address, P. M., Pueblltos, N. M. FOR SALE Two good milk cows and heifer calf; two weeks old; a good family horse; harness and carriage Inquire at 300 North Broadway. FOR SALE The Minneapolis House, at a bargain. Must be sold. Forty four rooms, all newly furnished painted and papered. The best pay ing property in Albuquerque. Any otfer acceptable. Call or address C, D. Warde, the Minneapolis House, Albuquerque, N. M. Summer Diarrhoea in Children. During the hot weatucr of the sum mer montus the first unnatural loose ness of a child's bowels should have immediate attention, so as to check the disease before It becomes serious All that is necessary is a few doses cf Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev, M. O. Stockland, pastor of the first M. E. churcu. Little Falls, Minn writes: ' Ve have used Chamberlain' Colic, cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find It a very valuable remedy, especially for sum mer disorders in children." Sold by all druggists. DO YOU KNOW That the day of pianos being a luxury has passed, and that they are now necessity. If you don't know It call in at our store, examine our world famous lino of goods, and you will then understand. We are sole representatives of Chic kerlng & Sons, Everett, Kimball an other well known makes. All pianos reduced In price for nex ten days. THE WHITSON MUSIC CO. 114 South Second Street. "Make Ha- While the 8un Shines There Is a lesson in the work of the thrift v farmer. He knows that the bright sunshine may last but a day and he prepares for the showers which are so liable to follow. So It should be with every household. Dy i-uttrv diarrhoea and cholera morbu may attack some member of the home without warning. Chamberlains coil Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, whlca is ''.:. best known medicine for these diseases, should always bo kept at hand, as immediate treatment Is nec essary, and dtlay may prove fatal. For sale iiy all druggists. PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING. All kinds of work done promptly and satisfactorily. Contracts taken. Ltave orders at 714 West Tijeras ave nue. W. F. WARDWEU- Try a Citizen Want ad. 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 $200. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to cne year given. Goods remain in possession. Our rates ere reason' i able. Call and see us before borrow- .. .. . before borrow 111$. TnE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. steamship tickets to and from all riart9 of the world. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. , . - . - PROFESS ONAL CARDS "w' , LAWYERS. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 32 F street N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions, lands, patents, copyrights, caveats, letter patents, trade marks, claims. . R. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Crom- ell block, Albuquerque, N. M. DENTISTS. DR. B. M. WILLIAMS, Dentist. Office on Railroad avenue, over Man- ell's. 'Phone, Auto 203. DR. J. E. KRA rT, Dental Surgec n. Rooms 15 and 16, Gra it block, over the Golden Rule Dry G ods company, Both 'phones. Appointn nts made by mall. Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S. No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office hours, 8:30 a. m., to 12:0 p. m.; 1:30 m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 462. Ap pointments made by mall. PHYSICIANS. DR. R. L. HUST. Office, 6-8. N. T. Armijo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with High Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.. Trained nurse In attendance. Both 'phones DR. W. G. SHADRACH. Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat. Occulist and Aurlst for Santa Fe coast lines. Office, 313 West Rail road avenue. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 1:30 to 5 m. UNDERTAKER. Auto, 'phone 316. Colo., Red 115 A. BORDERS. Commercial Club Duildinsr. Black and White Hearse, $5. ARCHITECTS. F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling- ford. Rooms 46-47, Barnett building, Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell. Room 23, N. T. Armijo building. MINES AND MINING. AMERICAN DE FOREST WIRELESS AND ALL MINING STOCKS DEALT IN BY FRED. J. STEIN HERGER, 37 Bank Block. Denver Colorado, NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Chllders. 117 West Gold avenue. VETERINARIAN. Dr. F. L. Schneider. Office, 424 North Second street Phones Auto., 311: Colo., Black 35. Residence 'phone, Auto., 747. RODERICK STOVER, E. E. Electrical and Mechanical Engineer. Agent ior 1-airoanKs, Morse & Co. Gas and gasoline engines a specialty. !M6 West Railroad avenue. Auto matic 'phone, 179. EXAMINER OF TITLES. H. R. WHITING, No. 119 South Second Street, First National Bank building, Albuquerque, N. M. Examiner and abstracter of land titles. Including those of Spanish and Mexican origin. PRIVATE LESSONS. Will be given in Spanish, French and German, alsi in public high school branches. Terms reasonable. MRS. C. O'CONNOR ROBERTS, Business College Rooms, Library Building, East Railroad avenue. TEACHER OF PIANO. Miss Fay C. Leonard, studio 707 North First street. Primary pupils a specialty; 50c per lesson. Parties In terested write or call. DR. VAUCAIRE'S FORMULA. Recommended bv Mrs. Henry Symes, to develop the bust from four to six inches. Guaranteed to be made from nur Galenal Extract. The for mula is a general tonic, but has a spe cific effect upon the bust Is perfectly harmless. For sale at the Alvarado pharmacy. A Mystery Solved. "How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and haidtual constipation whs a mvsterv that Dr. King's New Life Pills solved for me." writes John N. Pleasant, of Magnolia, Ind. The onlv nills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded, only 25c at all drug gists. o - A Citizen "vYaut ad docs the work BANK INSTITUTIONS MONTEZUMA ALBUQUERQUE Capital and surplus. $100,000 .INTEREST ALLOWED With Ample Meant and Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation, New Accounts Capital, $150,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Solomon Luna, President; W. 3. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. JohnBon, Asst. Cashier; Wm. Mcintosh, J. C. Baldridge, Solo mon Luna, A. M. Blackwell, Geo. Arnot, O. E. Cro:nwell. DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK aVUBUQUBRQUB. N. M. amd J08HTTA B. RAYNOUM M. 'W. FLOTRNOT FRANK Me mem R. A. FROST H. r. &A.TMCCM . a BKPoerroaT. AotkoriM Cfcpttal PaM Up Capital, Sarptaa sutd Profit DepoaMorj Iar Aiehlaoe, Topeka oooooaaacaooco ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. f;i;- CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 20,000.00 THIS BANK WAS OPENED FOR BUSINESS APRIL 18, 1904. We invite your attention to the following statement, showing the business growth of this bank since its organization: Deposits at the end of the first day $10,466.92 Deposits at the end of the first week 19,173.00 Deposits at the end of the first month 31,821.82 Deposits at the end of the first six months 92,750.13 Deposits at the end of the first year 169,061.80 Deposits at the end of the first eighteen months 298.320.31 Deposits at the end of the first two years 377,332.37 Deposits June 18, 1906 434,502.31 O OFFICERS: r-'t O. N. MARRON, Pres. J. B. HERNDON, Cashier. 0 WM. FARR, Vice Pres. ROY McDONALD, Asst. Cashier. 0C".tCC0C00K C o r r e c t C om'm e r oial Printing T h e CITJZEN JOB Rooms O I ooookkoo S m4K0KdK w ,,rT r. nnliniP" L. B. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries in the Southwest. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVENUE. O0000000000000000 .1. C. BALDRIDGE DEALER IN NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER SI1ER.UAN-W1LLIAM3 PAINT Covers more. Iooks best, wears the longest, most economical; full measure. BUlLDiNu PAPER Always lu stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement, Paint, Glass, Sash, Doors, Etc. FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEX. of TRUST CO. NEW MEXICO ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Unsurpassjtf Facilities. and Solicit Dtrsef. .M m. VttmUtm t .lee PreeWleat ....Cashier ..... AMtoUat Cashier Dtreetor .'isaaMsi'1'' A (Baata r Railway Company Lmttmr Hmd nv0lopo Notm Mmsdm Progrmmt Invitation Catmlogum Blank Booh a Kaealpt Book In othar word mvo turn out ovary thing a prlntar knavra ho to do . . . a KoorK rSTiWl ICIIC-n 1 7") i 0 V Z m ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. LET US FIGURE on modern sanitary plumbing improve ments. Whether you want to live In your house or sell It, we can aid you greatly by our materials and methods. Rear in mind that our estimating en tails no cost , ur work no more cost than is right. We carry the finest line of garden hose in the city. Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. Auto. 'Phone, 671. Colo., Red 284. 0 m