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ALBUQUERQUS. EVENING CITIZEN.
PAQB TWC WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, i0b. 1UE EVENING CITIZEN ally mi Weekly if TSm Citizen Publishing Company OffllaJ Ppr of Bernalillo County City of Albuquerque. Prw After.. DliNtchM. Urptt City u4 Cnrnty ClmilatlM. TN lartMt Nmr Mmka ClralitlM. lirrwt Nortticni Ariron ClmiUtlo. IS1G LINKS Many People Married in Phoe nix Would Have a Hard Time Proving It. It has born discovered (hat a ftood inny people who have been married t this county, gay earlier tlian five nr six years sko, might hnve a hard tain to prove it, if proof should ever hecome necessary, says the Phoenix Republican. There are frequent Matnses In the records of the probate cort, c ""suit largely of the practice -which prevailed from the earliest times until six years ago, of not en tering the fact of the issuing of the license natil return had been made by the minister or other officiating offi cer. ? It usually happens that the mar riage can be established by a witness or by the minister or justice of the lece who performed the ceremony, bat a case came up on Saturday in which evea that proof was lacking. Trank Steele, for a long time a resi dent of Phoenix, but now living in Los Angeles, was married here on June 2. 1898, to a Miss Daugherty. Lately be waatfed a certificate of his mar riage and sent for it by a kinsman who was coming to Phoenix. A search was made Oirough the records but it could not be fmnd that a license bad ever been issued to Steele, la one of the book g, the next 'to the last page, contained a record of a license which was issued on June 1. 1 S8. Presum ably be record of the license issued to Steele was entered on the follow ing page, but that page was missing. It had been cut out, leaving a margin C a quarter of an inch on which it was noted that the page had been ttken ont to furnish the printer with a sample for a new book Now several people In Phoenix know that Steele was married, but tbey did not witness the ceremony nor ld they see the licease. They know when he was married and where. That 18 though, they could not swear fo the date of the wedding, they recall distinctly the night when it took l-lace, but no one has been fouad who knows who the witnesses were. The wedding was solemnized at the residence of a Mr. Smith, a former undertaker of this city. The ceremony ws performed by a former pastor of the Methodist Episcopal cburcu South. It is presumed that among toe wit nesses were Mr. and Mrs. Smith and likely there were no others. Mr. Smith . is dead, and his wife, if living, is sup posed to be In North Carolina. The minister is also dead. Steele gent word here that Col. Johnstone was wit- him when he got the license. Col. Johnstone, while he remembers that Steele was marr'ed, and recalls in a general way the time of bis marriage, cannot recollect that he accompanied Steele when he ap plied for the licease. This is said to be one case of many, though usually the interestd parties have been able to find some one who ould swear definitely to the fact of their marriage. INTERESTING EVENTS IN November 11. 1C2 Pilgrams, on the Mayflower sign an instrument of republi can government and elect John 3arver governor. 187 Orders in council issued by England which vex American commence by prohibiting all trade with France or her allies. 18i3 Confederates scheme for a raid frow Canada for the destruction of Buffalo, and liberation of priwoners at Sandusky; plot it disclosed to the government by 1-ord Lyons, British minister. 1867 Puhlic debt has been reduced at the rate of 110,000,000 monthly, oa the average, since August 31, 18C5. 187 Kwur anarchists, engaged In May riot in Chicago, an execut ed. 1889 President Harrison tssiws pro clamation admitting Wasiiiiig ton Into the Uaion. 1889 Sunol, the famous trotting tilly, is sold -o Robert Kosner for 145,000. 18S3 Copper ore found while grading streets in Sheboygan, Wis. 1893 largest grain elevator In the world completed at HufTalo November 12. lit The ship Caleb Grlintfraw burns at sea; 3u9 passengers rescued, CO perish on a raft. 1884 Gen. Sherman cuts wire connec tion between Atlanta and Wash ton, thus isolating his army; near Fort Pulaski, Colo. Mul ford effects the exchange of 10, 000 prisoners. 1889 Union league at Jefferson. Ind., burns President Harrison in 'Itlgy, to express resea-tment ot disappoited ofheeseekers. 1893 Chicago anarchists bave a de monstration in memory of the lour anarchists who were exe cuted for Ixmib-t h row lug in tin May riot. November 13. Ifclli Jo2ei!tioii entered into hy the United States and Great liriilau whereby American citizens re ceive indemnification for Brit ish spoliations during (he war With Napoleon. MARRIAGE RECORDS ftLlERICAN HISTORY i43 A remarkable display of meteo ric stars seen over a large pari of North America. 1R38 Convention of the IJberty party held at Warsaw. 1S9I Secretary Carlisle Issues a cir cular calling for bids for a sec ond issue of $10,000,000 of boads. November 14. 1752 Washington starts for William burg on peTili,as Journey ihrough the foreRt to inquire purposes of the Invading French at Fort Itocuf. 1846 Commodore David Conner oc cupies Tampico, Mex. 1R60 Alexander H Stephens delivers a union spech before tho tScor- gia legislature, which creates a marked sensation. 18i4 (5cn. Sherman burns a part of Atlanta. 1F67 At the naval observatory, the fall of 1.000 meteors in twenty-one ;nlautcs Is seen. 1F81 Trial of Charles Gulteau. the assassin of President (larfield, 4 begins. i D ISSN Friends of condemned Raid! Knob outliiws la Missouri seize j and 7inng five of tho leading witnesses against their compan- Ion. i 18!1 A test of armour plates at the navnl ordnance proving ground demonstraJes the superiority of the superficially carbonized American nickel-steel plates. i November 15. . 1703 i-Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon begin the running of the "Mason and Dixon" line. 1 stin Major Robert Anderson, of Ken tucky, ordered to take com mand of ihe federal fort and forces la Charleston harbor. November 16. 1 4 1 Th.-mios Painter, of Mngham, Mass., whipped for refusing to have child christened. lfiSti Treaty of neutrality betweeen England aad France for Ameri ca. J77 British under Howe attack Fort Washington and Col. Magaw capiiulatcfs after stnbboro re sistance; British take more than 2,000 prisoners. isx; A rich silver vein is struck, also a gold vein, at Salisbury, N. C. November 17. 1H64 A bearded comet becomes visi ble, exhibits tall when . t de parts. 1732 Oglethrope sails from England with 120 poor people lo plant a colony in the wilderness of Georgia. 1734 cnger, edtor of a New York weekly Journal, imprisoned for defending popular government; i his is the first attack on the . freedom of speech. 1747 British Impress seamen, and of ficers are Imprisoned by mob until men are released. lftJO Grand mass nveeling at Charles ton, enthusiastic addresses made to "citizens of the South ern republic." 1891 Alaska asks for a territorial form of government. 1893 Instructions from Washington received at San Francisco that Chinese registration is to begin November 20. 1893 World's fair assests skring at tho rat of $10,000 a day. CITY OF GLOBE IS The city of Globe, Arizona, a trifle over a month old, passed out of exist ence last Saturday forenoon and It is again the village of Clobe, ruled as of old by the board of supervisors, in stead of by its own mayor and board of aldermen. In the quo warranto proceedings brought by the district attorney and which were concluded Saturday morn lag, Judge Nave sustained the demur rer of the petitioner to the return of the writ of quo warranto and as no desire to amend was signified by the representative of the city. Judgment was ordered entered "oustlag the re spondents from the municipal fran chise which they profess to exercise." The ruling of the court was expect ed by the now ex-city authorities, so that when the city was officially dis incorporated there was no great sen sation nor to tell the truth no expres sion of regret from those who have held offices in the city government. The court has set them right and withla two weeks the city of Globe ill be reincorporated so firmly that tl'ere will he no more attempts to "bust" it. JUDGE MILLS UPHOLDS RATON COUNCIL DECISION Ducked by some of the best legal talent In the territory, Andy Cencli has lost his flut with the city council and cannot continue to conduct a sa loon at 142 144 South First street, says the Range. After the decision of the city council that uo saloon li cense would be granted for the build ing at the corner of First street and Cook averu", n.amiamus proceedings were commenced in the district court to compel tle mayor and city clerk to issue a ::c -"ss to Ceucil to con tintie In busuies.4. The hearing was had before I.ulg.) Mills, in i.as Vegas, urn the decisl m up'nds tin. policy of the council. i he city was repre sented tty l Ity Attorney Wrigley, as sisted by K. A.'. Crauiplon. (Vm-ll's Interests were represented li v Kliner I'- btudiey, of Raton, assisted by At torneys Jones and Spies and Davis. of l.as Vegas. Cencil, who has been conducting his place without a li cense since September :to, will ,e compelled to close. The law of nature and heredity are fixed and invariable. Parents who axe related by the ties of blood, or who have u consumptive tendency, or family blood taint, are sure to transmit it to their children, iu the form of Scrofula. Swollen glauds, brittle Ikiius, weak eyes, hip disease, pale, waxy complexions, emaciated bodies, running sotes and ulcers, and general weak constitutions are the principal ways in which the disease is manifested. Those who have inherited this Mihting trouble may succeed iu holding it in check during young, vigorous life : but alter a spell of sickness, or when the system has lx-gun to weaken and lose its natural vitality, the ravages of the disease will become manifest and .sometimes run into Consumption. S. S. S. goes down into the circulation and forces out the scrofulous deposits, kills the germs and completely cures the disease. It changes the quality of the blood by removing all impurities and poisons and supplying this vital fluid with rub, health-sustaining qualities. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable medicine and is especially adapted to systems which have la-en weaLi iin and poorly nourished by scrofulous blood. Literature on Sorofula and med ical advice fice. nf SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA oooooooooo The Attention of people needing medicine, by keeping neat, clean, up-to-date drug store. We hold their patronage By supplying them promptly, ac curately, and at a fair price, with tha best of everything in our line. Highland Pharmacy Railroad Avenu and Broadway SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST Full 8et of Teeth T::?:::::::::,c QQ $1.50 up mfoQ ractlng 50c W Gold Crowns Gold Fllllna Painless Extracting ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUAR ANTEED. e . .... B. F. COPP. ROOM 12, N. T. ARM I JO BUILDING. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c. Washington, D. C, Nov. 9, 190C. The resolutions favoring the restor ation of the army canteen for the sale of beer and light wines to soldiers un der proper restrictions, unanimously adopted by Advance Tent, Independ ent Order of Rechabltes, of U.s city, perhaps the oldest temperance organ ization in the world, have aroused great. interest in temperance circles. Many members of this order are men who have served in the army, know all about the evil effects of ex cessive drinking from personal experi" ence. and they realize that the aboli tion of the canteen is responsible for tbo increase of drunkenness among soldiers. Under present conditions, the sold ier drinks at low resorts on the out skirts of array posts, without any re strictions whatever. With the canteen, as advocated by th Rechabltes, he will drink under government super vision and restrictions, under which overindulgence is impossible. In addition, the Rechabltes propose that the government, m framing the canteen law, should discriminate strongly in favor of beer, which lias a very small percentage of aiconoi, and light wines. It is believed that the Bofaier will be satisfied with these beverages obtained under favorable conditions, and that be will be less likely to Indulge in vile and ardent liquors than at present. This uction of the Rechabltes has the support of army officers and mili tary organizations. The Spanish war veterans at their recent convention here, unanimously directed Its legis lative committee to press congress for the restoration of the canteen. The Rechabltes maintain that by making It possible for soldiers to ob tain such comparatively harmless liq uors as beer and light wines under government regulations, the cause of true temperance will be better upheld thaa by driving them to low resorts beyond the government reservations. WHY SO WEAK7 Kidney Troubles May Be Sapping Your Life Away. Albuquerque Peo ple Have Learned this Fact. When a bealthy man or woman be gins to run down without apparent cause, becomes weak, languid, de pressed, suffers backache, headache, dizzy spells and urinary disorders, look to the kidneys for the cause of it nil. Keu the kidneys well and they will keep you well. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys and keep them well. Juan A. Ortega, ex-policeman, of Loma street Santa Fe, N. M., says: "If all troubled witfi pain in the back have that annoyance ended as quickly as the use of Dion's Kidney Pills, pro cured at Ireland's Pharmacy, ended mine, then bacnache duo to kidney complaint would cease to have any terrors for users of this strengthen ing and curative preparation. No one in Santa Fe need be In the least ou inous about using Doan's Kidney Pills if they require a medicine to strength en their kidneys." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Slates. Remember the nanu Ifctans --and take no other. 5. KILLS THE GERMS OF SCROFULA CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED. WANTED A Rlrl tot general bouse work. 220 North Ninth street WiAN'tED -At. once, salesman., for shoo department. Address It 24, this office. WANTEIVHclp riirrnsiied and em ployment of nil kinds secured promptly. Cnll on. write or phone Colmirn;g Employment agency. 109 West Silver avenue. Auto Phone 270 Vv ANTED ueiitlemen's pecond-uand clothing. No. 615 South First street, south of viaduct. Senu address and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. WANTED I in mediately, a woman to cook; family of three adults; no washing or sweeping. Apply at 903 West Copper avenue WANTED A competent clerk, must speak English and Spanish and come well recommended. Corres pond iih Simon Neustadt, Los l.unas. WANTED To trade bouso and two lots on South Second 6t., No. 724, for property In Long Beach, Cal. Ad dress John Krlck, 431 East Second street, Long Beach, California. WIANTED Lady or gentleman, with some ability, for a good business po sition; salary from $12 to $18 per week, and chance for advancement. Address "M," care Evening Citizen. WANTED Man with $5,000 or more can secure interest lu good paying established manufacturing business. Work is light. Salary $1040 per year to start with. No trades. Don't answer unless you have the money. Address Opportunity, care Evening Citizen. FOR SE.tT. FOR RENT Three-room furnished house, with bath, close in. No. 108 John street. FOR RENT Brick house of seven rooms, modern, furnished complete, Inquire Citizen office. FOR RENT Furnished room, for one or two gentlemen, near car line, 709 West Roma avenue. FOR RENT Pleasant, airy, well-iur- nisbed rooms for housekeeping. 52 1 West Railroad avenue. Inquire at rear. FOR RENT Four-room cottage, fur nished, at Lockbart ranch. Ten minutes' walk from street car line. FOR-RENT ORSALEHouso at 202 North Edith street. Inquire at Old Town postoiilce. FOR-RENT Pleasant, airy, well fur Dished rooms, with modern improve ments. Apply at store, 522 East Marquette avenue, corner of north Broadway. FOR RENT Several pleasant, uerly furnished rooms, with bath and electric light. 519 North Second Btreet. FOR KE.Vf Apartments in Par View terrace, eight rooms each; steam heated, and all other modern conveniences. H. H. Tilton, room 19, Grant Block. FOR RENT A six room two-story brick house, corner of Seventh street and Tijeras avenue. Inquire at Lommorl & MattenccI, C24 West Tijeras avenue. TOH SALE. FOR SALE Gleckler's farm, the best farm in Bernalillo county. Chas, E. Oleckler. FOR SALE Fine piano, nearly new. 315 S. Third street. FOir SALE Elegant Knabe piano Call 512 South Broadway. FOR SALE All the furniture of four-room house, nearly new. in good condition. 209 North Arno, FOR SALE 500 bead of mixed cat tle. Good stock and all fat. Ad dress J. W. Bennett, Ilouck, Ariz. FOR SALE Iots 3 and 4. block 20, Eastern addition; level, no water courses, wind break to east. In quire Ryan, expressman, or 323 N. Broadway. FOR SALE At a sacrifice, if taken at once, a nine-room, two-story brick house; bath, cellar, cement walks Address P. O. Box 218 city. FOR SALE Fourieen-rooin uouse, furnished or unfurnished, electric light, city water. 315 S. Third St Mrs. M A. Schnch. KOR SALE General merchandise business on the El Paso and South western in eastern New Mexico. Stock $15,000 to $20,000. Fine op portunity for right party. Can ex plain good reason for selling. Ix- cality healthiest in New Mexico. Ad dress inquiries to this paper. FOR SALE The Minneapolis house on live years terms. 44 rooms, all furnished and in first class repair, Income $200 per month; best pay ing properly in Albuquerque; must be sold, parties going away. Call or address C. 1). Ward, the Minne apolis House, Albuquerque, N. M FOR SALE Ranch.. d. R. Kellcy and sons having sold all their stock are now offering their fine stock ranch tor sale. It is the best Im proved rancb in the country. Has two good wells, one of tbem has windmill and surface tank. It U an ideal sheep range. Postoffice, Datil, Socorro county, N. M. Ranch twen ty miles west of Datil. PERSONAL. SOUTHERN GIRLS are Hie most lieautlful in the world. Get next, boys, and join our correspondence cliili. Write us for particulars. The Dixie club, P. O. box 156, Chatta nooga, Tenn. Chapped Hands. Ya.-.!i your hands with warm water, dry with' a towel and apply Chamber lain's salve just before going to bed, ami a speedy cure Is certain. This salve Is also invaluable for sore nip pies, itdilng piles and skin diseases. Km- sale by all druggists. CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION. Inspect Our Holiday Offerings of CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS AT $3.00 PER DOZEN. Why Pay More? Open Sundays. MILLETT STUDIO. 215 West Railroad Avenue, o Sells More of Chamberlain's Cc -gh Remedy Than of All Others Put Together. . Mr. Thos. George, a merchant at Mt. KIki ti, Ontario, says: "I have had the local KKcucy for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ever bince It was Introduced into Cinada, and I sell as niiu h of it is I do of all other lines 1 have on my -In Ives put together. Ot the many '!"' us sold under guarantee, I have not liad one botllo returned. I can in iMinally recommend this medicine as i have used it myself and given U my children and always with the I'cot results." Tor sale by all drug gists. , o A OlUzen Want ad does the work. Try one, . miititJi PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons and other Chattels; ulso on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low aa $10 and as high si $200. Loans are quickly made end strictly private. Time: On month to one year given. Goods remain In your possession. Our rates are reason able. Call and see us before borrow ing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. , Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. FOR SALE FIVE-ROOM, MODERN HOUSE IN THE HIGHLANDS AT A BAR GAIN THIS WEEK. POR TERFIELD CO. 110 West Gold Ave. A. MONTOYA SUCCESSOR TO L. T. DELANEV REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS 215 W. GOLD AV. ALBUQUERQUE PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. Bona. 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. Dobao.i. ATTOTINKY AT LAW. Office, Crom well block, Albuquerque, N. M. DENTISTS, DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 and 3, Barnette Building, over O'Rlelly's Drug Store. Automatic 'phone '238. Appointments made by Mail. Edmund J. Alger, D. D. 8. No. 306 Railroad avenne. Office hours, 9:00 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Both pboues. Ap pointments made by mail. DR. D. E. WILSON Dentist. Rooms 10. 12, 13, Occidental Life Bldg., Cor. Railroad avenue and Broadway, Albuquerque, N. M. Of fice bours, 8 to 12 A. M.; 1 to 9 P. M Colo. Phono, 129. 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. ra.. Trained nurse In attendance. Both 'phones. UNDERTAKER. Auto, 'phone 316. Colo., Red 115. A. BORDERS. Commercial Club Building. Black and White Hearse, $5. ARCHITECTS. F. W. Spencer. Room 46-47. Barnett Building, Albuquerque, N. M. Both hones. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell. Room 23, N.' T. Armijo building. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Cnilders, 117 West Gold avenue. In Time of Peace. In the first montbs of the Russian Japanese war we had a striking ex ample of the necessity for preparation and the early advantage of those who, so to speak, "hnve shingled their roofs In dry weather." The virtue of prep aration lias made history and given to us our greatest men. The Individual as well as the nation should be pre pared for any emergency. Are you prepared to successfully combat the first cold you take? A cold can be cured much more quickly when treat ed as soon as it bag been contracted and before it has become settled In the system. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is famous for its cures of colds and it should be kept at hand ready tor instant use. For sale by all druggists. COMING EVENTS November 14 The maid and the Mummy. November 15. Uncle Josh. November 26 Uncle Tom's Cabin. )ecemler 10 The Holy City. December 14 King of Triumphs. December 29. Hooligan's Troubles. December 31 My Wife's Family. If you want results iu advertising, tr in Evening Citizen want ad. KILL the COUCH AND CURE the LUNC8 Dr. King's WITH Nov Dis'covory 0NSUMPTI0N Price OUGHIand 60c $1.00 OLDS Fret Trial. Surest and ttuickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNO TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. Dr. M'llUanis'lndtunPlle i Hutment will cure Uliiid, lllt-tiim and Helium 0 11U k. li utNorLi.stbe tuiuuru. ;iiluM the iu-LiiiK al i-iuc, itru .i a ixiiilu-. idrii liistunt re lit-1. lr. ill laiu.' Ind tun Me Oint-Hit-til i-i iHi'inir.-tl fur liituml Ju-h. In i of Mm iriwii Kirt4. Kvt-ry bnx Is t.urr.iliit-il. iiv tlrni'i-ls, l.y until im rt- c-ipt tit Jin, !M i t Ilia ult.l I.IHI. WILtlAfcS KIUf iCIUKING CI., i'rous.. i i. vt-lui.a. oi..,. FOR SALE BY S. VANN t SON. MONTEZUMA ALBUQUCRQUK Capital and surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED With Ample Means and B m j Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation, New Accounts Capital, $160,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Solomon Luna, Presiuent; W. S. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier; W J Johnson, k sst. Cashier; Win. Mcintosh, J. c. Baidrldge, Solo mon T.una, A. M. Blackwell, Geo. Arnot, O. E. Croawell. DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY. tH FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUKRQUS, NEW MEXICO omcKRm and oimmcToRm JOSHUA S. RATNOLDS President M. W. FLOURNOY Vice President FRANK McKEE Cashier R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier H. K. RAYNOLDS .......'. Director U. . DEPOSITORY Authorized Capital T $500,000.00 Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00 Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company STATE NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, . . . 22,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits , Safety Deposit boxes for Rent. Drafts Issued on all parts o the WoriA We Want Your Banking Business DIRECTORS O. N. Marron. Wm. Farr. J. B. Herndon. I. A. Dye. E. A. Miera. . D. II. cams. J. A. Weinman. F. H. strong. Jay A. Hubbs. GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. "OLD RELIABLE." 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 A RAILROAD AVENUE. at ooooaoootoeoo .T. C. BALDRIDGE DEALER IN NATIVE ANO CHICAGO LUMBER SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT Covers more, loo,.s best, wears the longest, most economical; full measure. BUlLJJlNu PAPER Always in ttock. Plaster, Lime. Cement.. Patnt, Glass, Sash, Doors, Etc. FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEX. RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO. General Building Supplies SCREEN Both Phones Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Flinlkole Rooting First and Marquette Albuquerque, New Mexico TRUST CO. NKW MKXICO ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Unsurpassed Facilities. and Solicits AND LAS VEGAS ESTABLISHED 1873. 0 ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. DOORS Third and Marquettt 0 0 o 0