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.FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1006.
COUNTERFEIT
BILLS ARE III
PAGE THREE.
Beautiful
k v'V' a saw r , m . A isar
ONLY $25.00 TO $ J 50.00 PER LOT
Photographic Reproductions
of Some Good Phoenix.
Arizona. Money.
Only $5.00 Down, Balance $5.00 per Month, No Interest.'
FREE AUTO RIDE TO AND FROM PROPERTY
Office Rooms O and 1 1 , Cromwell Block
.AT.nUQtTEnQlTE EVEXLVO CITIZEN".
' IB f n 4 FSB j(CS.
Ea61t&
CIRCULATION
"DUkPTnum's Unfed 'States Treas
ury c'mi.iterfi'it liotcctor ami Bankers'
and Mediants' Journal" la a publica
tion which rlreulales among financial
houses and In puliltc offices, one of Its
hlci' 'uiitsiong btlng to guard people
a;::in.st taking counterfeit money and
assist ii the arrest of those w ho are
rising It. A recent Issue just re
ceived a'- the riiocnlx postoffi.ee an
nounces that tlnre Is in circulation a
ten-dollar note which Is a counterfeit
of a note of that denomination Issued
liv t lie Phoenix National bank. How
Mtciulvcly this note is In circulation
In not known nnr the locality where
it was discovered, says the PhJenlx
Kepulil!can. So far as kiriwn no coun
teifeits have been sepn in this fec
tion und it Is likely they are clrcu
bittd rs tar us possible from here.
Il..v.ever, it will be interesting to
many and perhaps put ;hem on their
puii'd to read tne description of (hi
cotinttM felt as well as that of the gen
nine bill, as printed by that journal
I be counterfeit bill has the check let
ter C and Innirs other identifica:ioi
marks as follows: "W. S. Rosecranh
regioler. (Sesles 1S82) photographic,
E. H. Nclieckfr, treasurer, a paoi
counterfeit, charter No. 429, bank No
V.tV3, treasury number I4Ulft67.M
Tho description of a genuine ten
dollar nolo is given by that publica
tlon as tollows:
"On genuine left end of note vlg
nette represents Franklin, with klit
In hand experimenting with electricity
.with assistant seated on rock neai
him. Liyden jar in foreground an(
1752 in lower left nand corner. Lef.
.end vignette represents female ot
eisle, soaring above clouds snatehln:
She lighting, to repress nt genius selz
in.?' and utilizing lightning of heaven
Hank of n te represents DeSoto dis
covering Mississippi in 1541. All note
oi this denomination prior to serle
Of 1SS2 have green border backs, anc
thole of series 1882 have brown boi
(ter backs, with charter number c
tank in preen panel, center of note, lr
"Vlacc of Desoto vignette. The serlc:
of 1J02 hai rortrait of William Me Kir
ley on left :-:ide of face of ho c. Th'
number panu is belaw portrait, larg'
denomination counter in upper rih
corner ' 'and smaller denominat!oi
counters in upper and lower left eor
neis. On the back Is vignette, femal
.figure aud nieic-liant marine. Lcgex
'wiiiif, Bniall dennmlnrtion cjunter ii
center, base ot note.
INTERESTING STATIS
TICS ABOUT ARIZONJ
Among ".ho states 'and territoriei
Arizoni ranks third In the produetioi
of copper, fifth in silver, and sixt.
in gold.
In Arizona the males outnumbe,
the females by nearly 2',O00.
Maiss ttf. votlnj ase numbered 44
081, iiudu up of 34,911 whites, 6.54L
In.li;ns, 1.51G Mongolians, and l,t'4i
negroes. There Is no danger of th
whites lusing control wiicu Arlzon;
becomes a state.
The census ;;f 19t0 gave the tcrrlto
. ry only 345 divorced males and 31:
divorced females. Widows and wid
, owtrs were not plentiful 3.S72 o
Mhe former and 2.988 of the latter.
There' a chincc In Arizona for tn
lonely spin-ter of the east. The mar
' riod men numbered 22,278, of tlx
94,547 total population over ten year:
of age, 53,370 were engaged in sonu
kind of gainful occupation, 16.174 o
whom won; in agrculture, and 16.U1I
'.in manufacturing of all kinds, big am.
li'tle, factory and home industries.
The land area of .Arizona is 112,92t
''fcqiiare mlTes, beinj 4fio square miles
'larger than New Mexico, and l'i3t
:;nuaie luilis larger tlian the states oi
Alaliama, Arkansas, Connecticut am1.
.Delaware combined, and 2,180 squart
miles larger than tne state of Nevada.
, It is divided Into thirteen lure conn
. tics and one Indian reservation. Yu
ma Sentinel.
? OFFICIAL MATTERS
' Member Board of Regent.
Governor Hagerman baa appointee"
W. A. Fleming Jones of Las Cruecf
' as a member ot the board of regents
of the New Mexico School of Minev
at Socorro, vice A. E. Uouiller of So
v corro, term expired.
' Notaries Public Appointed.
The foilrjwiug notaries public have
bin appointed by Governor Hatter
man:
ltat :el (lalle,?1s. East Las Vegas
San Mlnuol county ; John M. liedg'i
ci ke, Jr., Endee, Quay county; F. K
Hyde, Jr., Putnam, San Juan county:
Marion A. flrawnm, Nara Visa, I'nion
county; J. it. Cothran, Itoswcll, Chav
cs county; E. (i. Twitty, Raton, Col
lax coitnfy; Leonor Molinar, Hodey
)oni Ana couniy; Ira O. Wet more,
Currizo.o, Loucoln county.
Articles of Incorporation.
The following ar'lcles of l.icorpora
H'ui have been filed in the olllce of
TiTii'orlal Secretary J. W. Hayn dds:
First Presbyterian church of Mel
l'oc, New Mexico. Sltuiteil at M. l
n: , lto.-sevelt county. Teivitorlul
,', agent, T. N. Clayton at Melrose. N i
cipltal stock. Object, preaching of
'the g'.-ici of Jesu.; Chrli'-, and edu-
at ion "f 'lie ioplc In the Clirlstian
noctrliie, Duration, fifty yeurs. Iu
rorporat irs, T. N. Clayton. W. S.
Turu r, W. E. Smith, J. G. Hamilton,
' mil S D. Ilamlltoa, all of M'-lr '.
As a dri'ssln? f r sores, .rulseg and
'burns, ('hainl.erlaiii's Salve is all that
.caii lie desired. It is sootliing and
, iHMlin i It effect. Trice io ccuU.
Vot bale by all druggists.
P 0 i
JO PARTY ISSUE
IS
.
. ,, .
TWCnty-FOUr HOUrS After HIS
r ,.4J,, IJ.,,1 4atnrnnl
VAJIIVUIIUUll I1C1U rtujuuniu
Resolutions Camo Forth.
The Perfecto Armij-) parly, also
.inown as the bolters, realizing that
esolutio.is were necessary, tney bav
ng been forgotten at 4he conven'lcii
leld Wednesday alternoon, late yet.
.erday afternoon a few of bis faction
;ot together aad issued the following
resolutions:
We. the republicans ot the county
jf Bernalillo, territory of New Mex
co, In tonvention assembled, on this
.he 2tith day of September, 19ut. do
aereby reaffirm our allegiance to the
rinclples of the republican party as
Announced in the national convention
f the party in the city of Chicago In
904.
We do most heartily endorse the,
ulmlnistration of President Theodore
loosevelt, and declare our belief in
he wisdom of tho administration pol
cy of joint statehood for New Mux
co and Alcona.
We most heartily endorse the ad
ainstiation of territorial affairs by
governor 11. J. Hngerman und com
nend him for hla effort to give to New
.iexico a clean and business like ad
iilnist ration.
We most cordially endorse the pol-
ey of Delegate W. H. Andrews in
ongress. and express our sincere
hanks for his bard and successful
ork for the territory of New Mox
eo. We express our thanks to the Hon.
I. O. Uursum, chairman of the terri
orlal republican committee, for liifc
altbful services in the interest of the
epublican party throughout the ter
Itory. We condemn the Infamous methods
f the late chairman of t lie republi
:an county committee of Bernalillo
county in his effort to thwart free
nought and action on tho part of re
lubltcan voters and to maintain a po
ut ion of bosslsm and to establish boss
u'.e to the great detriment of the
larty and the affairs of the county,
in J we especially condemn his course
n Issuing an obscure and irregular
all for primaries in the several prc
incls, permitting and encouraging the
ailing of such primaries in secret so
hat the republican voters of such
ireclncts bad no chance to express
heir will; and we further condemn
lis course in pucking primaries in
ther precincts, in his enforcement
if gag rule and In bis refusal of the
allot.
We endorse the administration of
ounty affairs under the present re
mblican officials and we Unite com
parison of the present conditions o;
)ur county finances, growing out oi'
in honest and ecoomlcal business nd
ninlstration, with conditions existing
when the present officials took charge
if county affairs. We point with eut
'sfaction to the present condition of
he county treasury, which from a
condition of rtironlc depletion hor
ieriug on bankruptcy has been raised
o a basis upon which county affairs
;an be; coaduc:ed on a business-iike
aid economical basis.
E. ."3. STOVER,
F. H. ROMERO, Chairman.
V . Secretary.
BATON'S BURGLARS
ARE YOUNG BOYS
Last Saturday night the, butcher
ihop of Oivens & Jackson was en
ded by thieves who carried the mou
y drawer, which is attached to a
small table, a revolver aim some val-
1 vNiv
j
U.ible papers away wlih them. nayw
the Haton Range. The moiu-y Jtuw
er cintnliHil little or no money.
Last Wednesday evening the store
of Alexajider (ioiton & Co. was en
tered by thieves, 'who carried off a
small amount of cigars and candy
i They entered by brenkln;; a pane of
glass In the rear of the building. No
clue ns yet to the identity of the rob
bers has- been found.
Friday night the pawn shop 'of K.
& S. Kodak was broken into by i
i thieves, who carried off watch lolis, a
j goad gold watch, pocket knives and u
few pieces of cheap Ji' ivclry.
The work of these three robberies
reported is evidently the work of inn-
,atOUrB, 3S bdt 11 flltrnilCCH to AloXilll-
t,.r Ooiton's store mid to ihe loan of
fice were made through very small
places which it would be Impossible
for a man to force ills body through.
Well Worth Trying.
W. H. Urown, the popular pension
attorney, of Plttslield, Vt., says: Next
to a pension, tlie best tliiitf; to get la
Dr. King's New Life Pills. lie writes.
"They keep my family in splendid
!:calth." Quick euro for Headacho,
Constipation and Biliousness. 25c.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
AN UNCLE WANTED
BY RELATIVE
Postmaster Hopkins ban received
the following letter:
Dear Sir; I am looking for an
uncle whom I have traced to New
Mexico. My mother wiidies very much
to find him. She has not heard e.f or
seen him since he left his home in
Olund, Sweden, at 17 years of ago. J
His name is Oto Malstrom, and it I
you know of such a party please notl- j
ly me.
"MRS. E. O LVNI),
"Fishing Lake, Saskatchewan, Can
ada." WAS A VERY SICK BOY
But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"When my boy was two years eld
he had n very severe attack ot bowel
complaint, but; by the use of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy we brought him out all right,"
gays Maggie Ulckox of Midland, Mich,
This remedy can be depended upon in
the most severe cases. Even cliolera
infantum is cured by it. Follow the
ylaln printed directions and a euro is
;ertain. Err sale by all druggists.
TOWN OF HAGERMAN
VISITED BY FIRE
The grocery store and meat market
of Z. F. iH-en and the McLaughlin
barber shop in Hagerman, Chaves
county,-were completely destroyed by
fire at 4: tin o'clock Tuesday morning.
Tho fire broke out in the Deen build
ing and spread to the barber shop be
fore it could be gotten under control.
A large hotel building was saved only
after hard work. The cause of tne
fire is unknown. The Deen building
was insured to the amount of f-'iOii
anil tho contents to the amount oi
$7iHl. but the loss exceeded these
amounts bv S Ooo. Nothing in tho
Deen Store was saved. The contents
of the barber shop were saved and
the building was fully insured. Mr.
Deen moved from Roswell to Hugei
man and set up the store and market
only a few months ngo.
The Breath of Life.
It's a significant fact that the
strongest animal of its size, the gor
illa, also lias the largest lungs. Pow
erful luuga mean powerful creatures.
How to keep the breathing organs
right should lie man's chiefest study.
Llko thousands' of others, Mrs. Ora A.
Stephens, of Port Williams. O., has
lcamod.how to do this. She wrltos.
"Threo bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery stopped my cough of two
years and cured me of what my
friends! thought consumption. O, it's
grand lor throat and luns troubles."
Guaranteed by nil druggists. Price,
50o and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
j Try a CltUen Want ad. B
NOTICE FO PUBLICATION.
Dei urtment of the In:
'i lor, Land Of-
flcp at Santa Fe, N.
. intiG.
M., Sept. 22,
Notice is lieriby nlven that. Juan
Pablo Montana of lia;in, N. M hns
tiled notice of liis Jiiii'.uien to make
final five-year proof In support of
his claim, viz: Homestead Entry N.
11312, made April 22, 191)1, fur tho NW
1-4 SW 1-4, Section 4. l ots 3 and 4.
Section 5, Lots 1 and 5, Srction s, and
Lot 3, Section Twp. 12 N.
Range t R, and t..nt said pi oof will ee
liiade before the Probate Clerk ni Ber
nalillo, N. M.. on November 5. l!V)ti.
He names the following witnesses lo
prove his continuous rcsiiLnrp upon,
and cultivation of, the land, viz;
Nestor Gonzales of Hai:an, N. M.;
Jacojo Gutierrez of Lns Placltas, N.
M.; Jose F. Gutierrez of Las 1'laeitas,
N. M.; Andres Armij ) of Las PUcitas,
N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO.
Register.
"To Cure A Felon."
su-3 Sam Kendall, of Phtlllpshurg. -Kan.,
"just cover it over with lluck
Ien's Arnica Salve and the Salve wiil
do tho rrst." Quickest cure for
flurns, Sores, Scalds, Wounds, Tiles.
Eczema, Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, I
Sore Feet and Sore Eyes. Only 25c
at all druggists.
KILL the COUCH
AND CURE the LUMCS
""Dr. King's
m Discover?
Fi Consumption rrieo
I OUGHSand EOc&SI.CO
ISOLDS Free Trial.
i Surest and QuickeEt Cure for tlk
I THROAT una LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONEY EACX.
I The" St. Elmo
0 JOSEPH ! BARNETT, Prop'r.
X 2 0 West Ratlroid Avcnae
Specimen & ZeariMg
205 West Gold Avenuo
Furniture, Stoves, Enameledware,
Glassware, Carpets and Linoleum
Special Price on Dishes for this week.
coooocKoaoeoooovDKoeoo
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Second Class Colonist Tickets will be sold to
all principal points on the A. T. & S. F., and
Southern Pacific Railways, in California, at
rate of $25.00. For other rates and full in
formation, call at the Santa Fe ticket office.
T. T. PURDY, Agent
OOaOCKCOaOK3KK0C
CEO. W. HICKOX.
Ttis Greatest Fair Has Passed !n1o History
Wo still t xist nt the ARCH FRONT, wlirro fn J't't lie found many
rli-di,; l,;iri?alnn, whitli wo wiii tn depose of in order to maku
room for t lini st stock of JEWELRY, WATCHES, STERLING
SILVER, CUT GLASS, CHINA, ETC., tver ottured to Hie r.ood pi'ojdi
of Al'dnnieiiiue. .
The Hickoz-Maynafd Co.
New Mexico's Leading Jewelers
Bond In Your Watches for Rcpmlra
THE ARCH FRONT. SOUTH SECOND STREET.
A. C. EILICKX AND JNO. S. MITCHE.LL INVITE THEIR FRIENDS TO
MAKE NEW MEXICO HEAO0UARTEH3 AT THE
" HOLLENBfSCK HOTEL
Los A tins Scs, Calif.
Your friendship and patronage is arpreclrtKd. Courtssy and attention to
guests is a pleasure to us.
HOLLENBECK HOTEL AND CAFE EETTEH THAN EVER. LOCATION
CONVENIENT ANC DESIRABLE.
New Mexico people spending ths Sumn.tr on the beaches are welcome to
feel at horre In our hotel v,'ien visiting Los Angeles.
DEPOT AND BEACH LINE CARS STOP AT THE HOLLENBECK DOOR.
JUST RICCKIVKD
nt the
Champion Grocery and Meat Market!
Cor. Seventh and Tijeras
A choice line of Imported Goods Dl
rect liu,.i Italy. i
THE BEST LUCCA OLIVE OIL. 'j
Remember, wo handle tho best j
meals and a full line of cholco gro- j
cedes. ,
LOMMORI A MATTEUCCL
Thos. F. Kclehcr j
Headquarters for Low Prices'
on Leather, Paints, Varnishes, j
Brushes and Jap-a-lac.
408 W. Railroad Rvvua
a. A. SLEYSTCR
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Room C, Cromwell Rlock, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone. 174.
RANKIN & CO.
FIRK INSURANCE, REAL EST ATI
LOANS.
Autoniatto phone 451.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo BuMdlni
A. E. WALKER,
Fine
WSURA MCC.
Secretary Mutual Building AjmoU
! tlon. Office at 217 West Hjdlroa
avenue.
: MUTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
'v ..fv I.mHv rtii( oniiri-ti'ii.iMrri'it vlv'tr
in intuitu iiiinift i nti'ii-ima-
t v " WAV ftiivrin"
n iminnlnnnt. il iiiu- ilo
nit n nriritit ami btttly. No
-thft.i. i amutt ! limn life 1h
. .-ttiit s n i-ntirt Mil hit
V'ir-'"'o. K iMIilt. Mitlll ItV llriltffflat.
Vj;-5- MOTT CHEMIOAT, CO .tUUnJ.A
1 OH SALIC IIY - ANN & SON.
Finest Whiskies i
Wines, Brandies. Etc.
SAMPLE AND (
CLUO ROOMS 5
O O O O -m
Colonist Rates to
California and the
Northwest...
T. Y. MAYNARD
J. D. IJakln, President.
G. Giomi, Vice President.
Consolidated
Successors to
i MELINI A, EAKIN, and BACHECHI A GIOMI.
: WHOLESALE
I Wines, Liquors & Cigars
We keep everything in
stock to outfit the most fastidious bar complete
Have been appointed exclusive ngenta
In the Southwest for ,
Jos. s hlit;.,
WM. LEMP AND
ST. LOUIS A. B. C. 1
BREWERIES.
YELLOWSTONE,
GREEN RIVER,
W. H. McBRA '8
CEDAR BROOK,
LOUIS HUNTER,
T. J. MONARCH,
Aifd other standard brands of whkiiel
too nftuierous to m . tlon.
WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS
But sell tho straight article as received by ns from tho best TVluerlei,
Distilleries and Breweries In the United States. Call and Inspect our
Stock and Prices, or writo tor Illustrated Catalogue and Price List,
Issued to dealers only.
St. m
. CHRISTIAN
SANTA FiT, - - NEW MEXICO
m
FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR
BEGINS SEPT. 3rd, 1906
BRO. E. LEWIS. PRESIDENT
000000000(C000
AS A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT
to tlio.se who are anxious to have a
;s range, yet are postponing buying
till next year, wo are making this
unlilito offer, good till Augast 20.
Detroit Jewel Gas Rango No. 52-16,
$21.00. Terms, (5 cash and $4 a
rnontH for four months.
Detroit Jewel Gas Range, No. 25-13,
$22X0. Terms; (5 cash and $3.50 a
month for five months.
FREE PLUMBING.
To each p rcbaser ot a range will
be piven, free, ono year's suoscrlp
lion tn one of the following magazines
'Hie Delineator, Good Housekeeping
or Woman's Home Companion. This
exceptional offer will be closed after
Monday, Aucuat 20th.
The AIQuquErqus Gas,
GOiTNEtt
oioooottoooooaoec
I Faywood
j Hot
I Springs
FAYWOOD,
NevMoxico
j
UW8
Chas. Mellnl, Recretarr li
V. ltacbccbi, Trcaaurer,
DEALERS IN
Liquor Co.
ichaeYs College
1JROTJIKUS
Electric Light and Power Go.
4ttt 'ANO GOLD
PLEASANTLY SITljATED.
EASY TO REACH.
RELIEVES PAIN.
BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM.
CURES RHEUMATISM.
. CURES I.IDNEY AILMENTS.
CURES DIABETES.
CURES INDIGESTION.
CURES DROPSY.
ACCOMMODATIONS FIRST
CLA3S.
See Santa Fe Agent for round
trip rates, good for thirty days.
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