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AGE TWO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1S. 1906. it !' i! 1 t (A , s 1 1 I 1QE iYHNING CITIZEH fly m4 Wtsfcly sy Tb Cltlieo Publishioj Company T 1 1 i - fmlii far t I tawk tfca MM aa i Uaa awttar. frVTraliJ PPr Brnallllo County Mai City of Albuquerque. jaW rM Unara... DIIHtckM. Ufa Otjr a" Cnty Clrtnlittaa. TIM Lreart Nt Ink! ClrtalitlM. l.'gwt N.rUam Hrltwi Ortuliflf. "lUUlU W aaat. aa ar In araJwa... 'W W MS. a awnOj OwWtr W aaUL w r ion: .tt.fO M too JJfy by Carrier. 60c per month Wwm Inma Cmm U1 ha dallrarail bi thu tttm a aha law rata tIKwarw waaa. ar far M n Mlk, Pl awiiair. iiwthlil IiUi Kidi tnowa on application tO ! ar aaafar f.rar W iMtirXne- r an-4lrrary ar ut a.pr. MwWi mm aaafi Himmm anonM ba kMiwI t rULlBIHO COMFAHT. tTarta, i and aaaraaa aionT aran pajmbl La tha arrfar a Uw II) Colorado I TERRITORIAL REPUBLICAN TICKET For Delegate; to Congress WILLIAM H. ANDREWS, of Bernalillo County. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET For Council WILLIAM B. CHILDERS. For Representatives i GEORGE A. KASEMAN ' MODESTO C. ORTIZ For County Commissioners 8EVER0 8ANCHEZ J. B. MAYO For Probate Judge ISIDRO SANDOVAL For Probate Clerk - NESTOR MONTOYA. For 8herlff THOMAS 8. HUBBELL For Assessor GEORGE F. ALBRIGHT Tc Treasurer and Ex-Officio Collector C. ED. NEWCOMER For County School Superintendent J. A. MILLER For Surveyor DON J. RANKIN For Constitutional Convention Delegates H. F. RAYNOLDS M. E. HICKEY T. N. WILKERSON T. C. GUTIERREZ E. W. DOBSON 4 LIST OF PROP ERTY SUBJECT TO TAXATION Gi7C2.88; 190S, $9.f!09.r20 an Increase f $o4S.767.12. Hmiroail nnrrow gauge. 1005, fii3,- 38; 1'iOti, $023,312, nn Increase or $10,- 074. . Flourin mills. 190ft. -.i": : 42.35. an Inrrcise or $i9.s.)i. Saw nulls. 190K, $S2.2M); 190B, -. 5i5, a decrease of $.".72f. Horses, I90u. yuu.iin; i;"", 394.50, nn Increase or sw.un.tiu. Mules. 190.V $77,21 2J.0 : 190t, 1B,- 139. an increase of .iii.:i.'b.iin. Cattle l'.tu.i, ri.oi8.2ii: r.". .14, 994, a decrease or Sheep, 1905, $2.31.v.'o: r."i, ?..in.- 6. an Increase of $!, xi. ,oats, 19115. $190,0'iS.r.O: 190fi, $199,- 51 nn Increase or s.&4J.;o. Swine. 1905. $20,091.9(1; l!Hf.. J2.n..- 175, an Increase of $2,483. 10. Burros, 1905. $7X46.50; 1900. $....x.. a decrease of .il.50. Carriages and wagons. 19o:). sjmi.- 91.o; 1900, $319, 001, an increase or $...509.50. Sewing tTiiichlnes. 19'i.i. f.u ,09i .i ; 900. $57,023, an Increase of $525. 25. Saddles and harness, 1905, $105, 72 50; 1900, $108,208.50, an increase of $3,096. Mercsndise. 1905, $2,233.9:.3.95; 19iMi. $2,428,909, nn increase of $!&,- 015.05. Capital In manufacturing. 19io, $18,- 005; 1900, $i3,C12, a decrease or $4.-393. Farming Implements, 190... $8o,006,-1 25; 1900, $100.9l.;o, an increase oi $15,888.25. Saloon and nrace fixtures, 1905, $144,394: 1900. $100,297, an Increase or $15,903. Money, 1905, $117,500; 1900, $107,- 117.40, a decrease of $10,388.00. Bonds, warrants end coupons, 1905, 3,045: 1900, 13,043, an Increase or $10,388.00. Watches Hnd docks, 190o, 7.41Z,- 75; 1900, $26,879.75, a decrease or $533. haw and medical books, 1905, $41,- 670; 1900, $47,656.50, an Increase or $3,9S0.5O. Jewelry, 1903, $22,749; 1906. $21,- 992, a decrease of $757. Gold and silver plate, 1905, $l,19u; lboO, ) 1,570, an increase of $375. Musical Instruments 1903. $80,215, ; 1900, $95,280, an increase of $15,- Ob4.75. Household Roods. 1905, $370,038.50; 190b, $646,271.50, nil Increase of $75,- 613. Bank stock, 1905. $933,805: 1906, $1,038,73?, an Increase of $104,952. Wheat. 1903, $97.50; 1906. $1,121, an increase of vl,023.50. Oats, 1905, $392; 1906. $015, an in crease of $223. Barley, 1905, $420; 1906, $50, de crease of $370. Corn, 1905, $262.50; 1906, $234, de crease of $28.50, Hay and aUaira, 1905, $3,G46; 1906, $2,926. a decrease or $2,538. Wool, 1905. $375; 1906, $4,000, an increase of $3,625. dumber, 1906. $64,721; 1906, $78, 670, an increase of $13,949. Coal, 1905, $4,180; 1906, none; a do crease of $4,180. Mechanics' tools, 1905, $32,073; 1906, $56,887. an increase of $24,814. honey bees, 1905. $1,898; 1906, $2, 594, an Increase of $696. Scouring mills, 1905. none; 1906, $5,250, an increase of $5,250. Street railways, 1905, $21,000; i.,,,0, $21,000. Notes and accounts, 1905, $127,811,- 35: 1906, $64,848, a decrease of $02,- 963.35. , Engines, 1903. $140,940.15: 1906, $11,065; a decrease of $129,875.15. Gas plants, 1905. none; 19 d, $11. OiXi, an increase of $11,000. Printing plants, 1905, none; 1906, $18.15o, an increase of $18,150. Machines, 1905, none; 1906, $3,055, an Increase of $3,055. Reduction works, 1905. 32,2S0; 1906, $32,380, Smelters, 1905. none; 1900. $40,880, an increase of $40,880. Ditches for manufacturing nnd mines, 1905. $11,259; 1906, none, a de crease of $11,259. Other property, 1905, $838,137.90; 1906, $790,808, a decrease of $67,269, 90. Total valuation. 1905, $42,029,716,- 68; 1906, $45,987,367.81. Exemptions 1905, ..532.442.75; 1006. $2,744,621.50. Subject to taxation, 1905, $40,097,273, 93; 190G, $43,242,746.31. Net gain, $3,-145,472.38. 00a0000C THE TALLEST B'JlLDiNG IN ALBUQUERQUE WRESTS Located at the forncr of Railroad Ave. and Broadway is now the home of the Highland Pharmacy THE NEWEST DRUG STORE IN THE CITY, AND ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE, UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORES IN THE SOUTHWEST. YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL AND SEE IT. HIGHLAND PHARMACY DO YOU WANT THE. NAME, AND ADDRESS of the man wk thonid be -working for yon? of the ma n -wouid fladly lend you moneyt of the nwtn wtia mould like to buy your horsst of the man who would buy an Interest In-your builneuT of the man wno otild buy that lot of ground! of the ma who would buy your old bicycle? Ujq Citizen Want Ads, FtxrnisH you with names and addresses of -people who are "Neccessary to Your Prosperity' WANTED. 1. Call 209 North WANTED A ! 1 Second str et. VV'ANThliTAVhite plumes to cleaa. : Miss lieaiTiip.JOl North Third st. ! WANTlCDMan to neip around the ! greenhouse Ives, the Ilorlst. SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST Full Set of Teeth Gold Crowns $6 Gold Filling $1.50 up Painless Extracting &0c ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY ANTEED. $8 GUAR- v A;n 1'k.b ltt.-l rurnibhed and em ployment of nil kinds secured promptly. Call on, write or phone Colburn's Employment agency. 109 West Silver avenue. Auto Phone 270 WAN'lfci) Ueiitlemeu'a second-haDd clothing. No. 515 South First street, south of viaduct. Senu address and will call. K. J. Sweeney, proprietor. PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. BANK INSTITUTIONS WANTED 'l ie makers. Good prices No. 1 timber. Transportation. Col burn's Employment Agency, VANTEI Salesmen to plait- jewel ry departments with general trado in New Mexico. Hinh commissions with $100.00 monthly advance. Per manent position for capable sales- . man. Jewelry experience unneces sary. Jess 11. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture. Pianos, Organs, Horses, HTfi.n an A ithat Vi ottolat Iftfi flTI SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE-1 CEIPT8, as low aa $10 and as high as j $200. Loans are quickly made ana strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods remain In your possession. Our rates are reason able. Call and see us before borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts or tne woria. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICE3. Open Evenings. MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO Capital w Surplus. $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAYINGS DEPOSITS & F COPP ROOM 12, N. T. ARMUO BUILDINO. WANTED .Men and women in each county as Held managers to repre sent, advertise and distribute sam ples of our goods. Salary $80.00 per month, paid weekly, and cash advanced for expenses. No capital or expenience necessary. Position permanent. Address Northwestern Co., Dept. 2 K, 338 Wabash avenue, Chlcpgo, 111. IXXST Lady's Jacket, dark brown, shoulder cape aud white buttons. Return to Citizen office. Reward. n I WANTED Energetic, trustworthy man or wom:n to work in New Mexico, representing large manu facturing company. Salary $30 to $90 per month, paid weekly. Ex penses advanced. J. H. Moore. Al buquerque, N. M. FOR SENT. FOR RENT Three-room furnished house, with bath, close In. No. 108 John street. FOR RENT our-rooin nouse, fur nished. Inquire at 234 North Wal ter street. FOR RENT Pleasant, airy, well-furnished rooms for housekeeping. 524 West Railroad avenue. Danger From the Plague. There's grave danger from the plague of coughs and colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. Walls, of Forest City, Me., writes: "It's a Godsend to people living iu climates where coughs ami colds pre vail. I find it quickly ends them. It prevents pneumonia, cures la grippe, gives wonderful relief In asthma and hay fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off consump tion, coughs and colds. 50c and $1. Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial bottle free. , FOR RENT Four-room cottage, fur I nished, at Lockhart ranch. Ten i minutes' walk from street car line, FOR RENTPleasant airy, well fur- nished rooms, with modern improve I ments. Apply at store, 522 East Marquette avenue, corner of north i Broadway. As Compiled In the Office of Traveling Auditor Chas. V. Stafford. Subjuiaed Is a comparative sum mary oX the total valuation by classifi cation of the taxable property of New Mexico, which has lust been compiled by Traveling Auditor Charles V. Saf- tord. The statistics given are or in terest to every resident and taxpay er ia the territory. Aa will be seen by a persual of the ftgnres the aggregate Assessed valua tion of all classes of 4axable property wis year is $45,987,367.61, while last year it was $42,629,716.68, which de ducting the increased exemptions rep resents a not gain of $3,U5,472.38. TbBse figures tell their own story o( the prosperity and Bteady growth of New Mexico. A marked Increase Is Known iu nearly all of the items enumerated. Further comnunt Is un necessary. The list in full is aa fol lows: Agricultural lauds, 1905. $4,388,979, 43; lt. $4,381,305.15, a decrease or $7,674.18. Orating lands, 1905. $5,233,334.02; 106, $,231.980.21, an increase uf J974.C26 19. City or town lots, 1903, $7,234,498; 18t6, $7,C95,7"H;, an increase of 4461.208. Timber lands, 1905, $231,165.50; lo, $457,454.20, an Increase or $226, 2KH.70. Coal lands, 19U3, $3K'..o47: 1906, $4Xj.-.., an increase or $119,398. Miueral lands other than cuul, 1905, $4k-.3? 60; 1906, $524,980, an increase uf 961.C5H.&0. Toll bridges and roads, 1905, $1,350; 116, $3,825, a decrease of $525. lelegraph and telephone lines, 1905, $l,t.O59.10: 1906, $185,949.50, an In rrease of $21,890.40. Klectric light plants, 1905. none; lt, $91,100, an Increase of $91,160. WaUr I la nt a. 1905, none; 1906, $12f.26J. an increase of $125,263. 4ilrhes nd irrigation, 1905, $48, 71; m6, $:56,213, a decrease of U1. Water reservoirs, 1905, $93,935; 190i. $4,160, a decrease or $29,775. Mines, surface improvement, l05, 92..07i: 1906, $249,165, an Increase (if $17,092. Mines, value or products, !lu5, 3H0; 1906, $46,680, a decrease of $6,- Railroads, standard gauge, 1905, $8,- WIFE ON TRIAL AT NOGALES FOR KILLING HUSBAND A former Tucson woman is now battling for her life in Nogaies, says the Tucson Citizen. The woman i Mrs. Kate Sauvage, who is charged with murdering her husband in BiHbee more than a year ago. Hon. W. H, Sawtelle is counsel for Mrs. Sauvage, The case would have been tried in Cochiao county, but a change of ven ue jas cecii r:r on the ground that there Is prejudice against Mrs. Sau vage in Cochise county. Mrs. Sauvage's husband was a bar tender nnd he was shot by his wife as he was returning home In the morning. Sauvage had a six-shooter in his pocket. Mrs. Sauvage claimed that she c'lot h'.'i nu'-band because he had mistreated iiei and had only the uUht 1 1 fore the killing threat ened her with dead. At the time of the killing her son. Amos Stone, was a short distance away, urmed with a rifle. Mrs. Sauvage also claimed that she bad warned her husband be fore she shirt not to approarli her house. A large number of witnesses have been summoned hv both the territory and the derl..e. It is the contention of the territory that th- killing was ! prearranged. LEGAL NOTICE. of John FOR RENT Furnished room with board, for lady. 112 N. Whiter. FOR KEVr Apartments in Par View terrace, eight rooms each steam heated, and all other modern conveniences. H. H. Tilton, room 19, Grant Block. Last Will and Testament Condon, Deceased. To O. N. Marron and Patrick Kalla- her, executors and devisees, Mrs. Mary Condon Specht, Minnie Condon, Edward Condon. David Condon, Jr., Sisters of Mercy of Memphis. Tenn.. St. Joseph's Hospital, MemphlB, ienn.; tne sisters or cnaniy oi Cin cinnati, O.; Sisters of Charity of the Leavenworth Branch, A. M. Manda- lari, superior of the Dominican Order in charge of St. Peters churcn at Memphis, Tenn.; Thos. S. Byrne, bishop of Nashville. Tenn.; sister su perior of St. Joseph s hospital at Al buquerque, N. M., and to all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that the al leged last will and testament of John Condon, late of the county of Berna lillo and territory of New Mexico, de ceased, has been produced and tead in the probate court of the county of Bernalillo, territory of New Mexico, at an adjourned regular term thereof, held on the 1st day of October, Jaub, and the day of the proving of said al leged last will and testament waa by order of the judge of said court there upon fixed for Monday, the 5th day of November. A. D. 1906. term of said court, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day. Given under my hand and the seal of this court this 1st day of October, A. D. 1906. A. E. WALKER. Probate Clerk. NOTICE FOrt PUBLICATION. FOR RENT A six room two-story brick house, corner of Seventh street and Tljeras avenue. Inquire at. Lommorl & Mattenccl, 624 West Tljeras avenue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms houses and flats for housekeepln also ranch. Will take parties board. Apply at 110 East Coal av enue. Mrs. Norrls. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, $1.25 to $1.50 per week; 25c to oOc per night. Also rooms for liRht housekeeping. The Minneapoli House, 524 South Second streot Albuquerque, N. M. (ok rent or sale, seven room holism has storage room, pantry five clothes closets. Indoor toilet -bath, barn, large yard and lots trees. 208 North Arno. Rent $30 including water. Or will sell reas onable. Win, Kieke, 211 South First street. TWO LOTS Close in on North Fifth, at a bargain this week. Also 5 room house, close in, lowlands, for $700.00. POR TERFIELD CO. 110 West Gold Ave. BACON & BASHINSKY REAL ESTATE AN J LOANS 205 West Gold Auto Phone S78 PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. BcntJ. ATTOR..EY AT LAW, 32 F street N. W., Washington, D. O. 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. Dobso i. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Crom well Mock. Albuquerque, N. M. DENTISTS. to 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, O. D. S. No. 306 Railrcftd avenue. Office hours, 8:30 a. m., to 12:- p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 462. Ap pointments made by mall. With Ample' Means and Unsurpassed Facilities. f IJiiitli gi ammgseej of Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation, New Accounts Capital, $150,000.00. and Solicit officers and directors Solomon Luna, Presluent; W. S. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier W. ouuubuu, . Btsi, casmer; wm. Mcintosh, J. c. Baldridge, Solo- .una, a. m. uiacKweii, Geo. Arnot, O. E. Cro-awell. nion DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY. On FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO OrriCCRM AND DIRECTORS JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS President M. W. FLOURNOY vice President FRANK McKEB Cashier R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier H. F. RAYNOLDS Director U. a. DEPOSITORY Authorized Capital $500,000.00 Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.0 Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company PHYSICIANS. OA. R. L. HUST. Office, 6 8, N. T. Armijo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated wltn Higv Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.. Trained nurse In attendance. Both 'phones. UNDERTAKER. TOR SALE. FOR SALE Gleckler's farm, the best farm in Beniullllj county. Chas. E. Gleckler. Auto. 'phone 316. Colo., A. BORDERS. Commercial Club Building, and White Hearse, $5 Red 115. Black FOR SALE Fire wood at the Su perior Lumber and Planing Mill Co. FOR SALE Two 50-foot lots, with four-room house and g-nxl out buildings, at a bargain. 1102 South Arno. FOR SALE Two choice lots in the Grant tract, for $300. One-third cash, balance $10 a month. A bar gain. See II. S. Knight. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 22, 1906. SHIPS LUMBF R AS FAR FAST AS ILLINOIS Henry Xcuman of fiiiuin nuiiiter of ' lie Zuni Mountain Lumber & Trailing company, who has been a btiidiK-KH visitor for several days in Santa Fe, left for Raton, says the .New Mexican. Mr. Neuman saR the. sawmill operated by the concern with which he Is connected is working steadily ami from thirty to forty thousand feet of lumber are cut daily. Lumber tor various commercial pur poses Is sawed and dressi-d whenever necessary; some o' it is shipped as fur eist a Illinois. Clark M Carr, formerly, a reslilen; of Santa Fe. Is associated with .Mr. Neuman in 'the business. I QUEER BEHAVIOR OF A PRESCOTT MINER After drinking a liottle of hair oil, liiittilKiiig In an Imitation Indian war dance so realistic that the lady gui-blK of the hostelry sought seclu sion in the upper portion of the build ing aud insisting that the chamber maid become his wife f inhwitb. (ins Liubiirg. a prospector from Walker, was arrested in the Present! hotel, l'rcsiott. Ariz., on a warrant ciug Ing ii i in witn Insanity, and a- his hearing later In the day was a Iju Ig ed insane and ordered committed to the territorial asylum for the insane at Phoenix. Notice Is hereby given that Juan Pablo Montano of Hagan, N. M., has tiled notice or Ills Intention to make final live-vear nroor in support of Ills claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6312. made April 22, 1901, for the NW 14 SW 14. Section 4, Ix)ts 3 and 4, Section 5, Lots 1 and 5, Sectiou 8, and lxt 3, Section 9, Twp. 12 N, Range 6 E, and t-at said proof will be made before the Probate Clerk at Ber nalillo, N. M on November 5, 1906. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Nestor Gonzales or Hagan, N. M ; Jai.oiio Gutierrez of La Placitas, N. M.; Jose F. Gutierrez or I.as Placitas, N. M.; Andreg'Armijo of Las Placitas, K M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. FOR SALE l.ots 3 and 4, block 20, Eastern addition; level, no water courses, wind break to east. In quire Ryan, Broadway. expressman., or 323 N. FOR SALE Restaurant and lunch room, best location In city; money making at all times. For sale very cheap if taken this week. Address ln2 Citizen office. Wounds, Bruises ana Burns. By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds, bruises, burns and like In juries before inflammation sets In, they may be healed without matura tion and In about one third the time required by the old treatment. This la the greatest discovery and triumph or modern suigery. Chamberlain's I'aiu Halm acts on this same princi ple. It is an antiseptic and when ap plied to such Injuries, causes 1hem to heal very quickly. It also nlluys the pain and soreness and prevents any danger or blood poisoning. Keep a liottle or Pain Balm In your home and it will save you time and money, not to mention the inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail. For sale by all druggists. rOK SALE General mercn3iu!lse business on the El Paso and South western in eastern New Mexico. .-huok jid.ooo to 20,ooo. Fine op- IHirtumty ror right party. Can ex plain good reason for selling. Lo cality healthiest in New Mexico. Ad dress inquiries to this pa-per. ARCHITECTS. F. W. Spencer. Room 4C-47, Burnett Buildiug, Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'hones. STATE NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO CAPITAL, $100,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, . . . 22,000.00 Interest Paid on '1 Ime Deposits Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Drafts Issued on all parts o: the Wor.d We Want Your Banking Business DIRECTORS O. N. ..Iarron. Wm. Farr. J. B. Herndon. I. A. D. H. cams. J. A. Weinman. F. H. otrong. Dye. E. A. Mlera. Jay A. Hubbs. GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwetl. Room 23. N. T. Armijo building. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Chllders, 117 West Gold avenue. RODERICK STOVfc-f, E. E. Electrical and Mechanical Engineer. Agent for Fairbanks, Morse & Co. Gas and gasoline engines a specialty. 906 West Railroad avenue. Auto matic 'phone, 179. MUSIC LESSONS. Prof. N. DiMauro, the violinist, gives lessons on the violin and man dolin. Guaranteed to le the best teacher in Albuquerque. Any one de siring lessons address general deliver'.-, city. FOR SALE The Minneapolis house, 41 rooms, all furnished; income $150 per month; must lo sold; parties going away. Price $3,600 for lot iiuikiing and furniture; best paying I roperty In Albuquerque. Call or address C. I). Ward, Minneapolis house, Albuquerque, N. M. OVERCOATS. I'nredeemed overcoats for sale cheap at Rosenfleld's, the pawn brok er the man you can trust. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Albuquerque Business Men advertise in the Evening Citi zen because it is the paper the people of Albuquerque read, je dt se & tf Ask for JAFFA'S KRACK KREAM BREAD and take no other. A Young Mother at 70. "My mother has suddenly been made young nt 70. Twenty years of Intense suffering from dyspepsia had eiitirelv- disabled her. until six FOR SALE Thirty-acre ranch, quai- months ago. when she began taking ter of mile north government In- ; Electric Hitters which have complete ilian school; two acres good bear-'ly cured her and restored the ng orchard with all kinds or irult; : strength and activity she had in the six acies cultivated ground and bal- prime or life." writes Mrs. W. U Gil aui e in alfalfa. Good seven-room , imtriek of 1 unf.n-th t Greatest bam and other i restorative medielne ' on the Klobe. further partiou-I u,.u stomach, liver and kidneys ! right, purifies the blood and cures 1 malaria, biliousness and weaknesses, i Wonderful nerve tonic Price fOC. 'Guaranteed by all Jruggists. flame residence, out buildings. For lars inquire of R. D. Lusted, or ad- di-ess posiolfice box 138, city. PERSONAL. OfMiERN GIRLS are the most 'i .i'H ifi in I lie world. (Jet next. bov. and join our correspondence 'lull. Write us tor particulars. The Dixie club, P. (). box 156, t'tiatta tiooya, Tenn. STOLEN. STOl.KN Black wheel"! I'euuaut brand. Reward ror return of same. "24 West Hazledlne street. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS Tlit-y own-urn) Wei U Hem, .rrftfU la i av uiil uuil-iui.s,tiH-rrui' vttritr and lmiu.-h ' ,-.uit ! mt-ur-t i u u. it " 1 In niu l.lle kuirri" ttrir!Ml tonnil'""ti. uiUiiitf dv V U'IIH-l( Ol Dl .fall ttlnl bud). J Lihm ii r. iim iI f- r w rii ft"i till III. t allllt.. I.H1IU-tI La. iftt-t i'l. i'i,f. ! tr bx liV ,ll1. Moltl t tl'-IIMirlfcln. H011 tirE'J.U!AL j0t"Ui.a. FOK SALE BY i ANN & BON. .Jll i tOT4K4K404Kt A "OLD RELIABLE." ESTABLISHED 1373. $ L. S. PUTNEY 5 THE WHOLESALE GROCER I FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS I 0 Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock or Stsple Groceries in the Southwest. X FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVENUU. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Q 00rO00aKa0OOOrKOO0 04K0? J. C. BALDRIDGE DEALER IN NATIVE ANO CHICAGO LUMBER SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT Covers more, loo,.g best, wears the longest, most economical; full measure. BUILDiNu PAPER Always iu stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement, Paint, Glass, Sash, Doers, Etc. FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEX.