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PAGE TWO. TUESDAY.. DECEMBER 25, 1906. inr i vi k i i i i i m . HI. I ILIIIIIU J t I ILLII FiAUik.4 DJty ac4 Wsskly y Tfe Clttica Publishing Company I a. Nmm for trmnimlMWa tkrmafc tha Offltlil Paper of Bernalillo County tad City of Albuquerque. tmiliM kn Aftrit Dlipitcbet. U'"t CKj ir4 County Clreulatlm. Tk Urrnt Kn Meilc. Clrtulitl.. ll'fMl NsrtKtn Arlront Circutitln. PEARL OF TIE ANTILLES IS E Interesting Facts About This Island Land of Unex celled Riches. EVERY PROSPECT PLEASES AND ONLY Ml IS VIEE A Marvelous Developemcnt of Wealth and Prosperity Under American Government. If Cul.a. so wonderfully i ndowed with na'ural advantage s, so favorably situated for agricultural and commer cial development, although periodical ly devastated by revolution and indif ferently fostered in time of peace, waa worthy under the old Spanish domination, or liein called the "Pearl of the Antilles," what miirht she become tinder an administration ' guaranteeing permanent peace and good government and justifying the invest of such capital as may he nec essary to develop the riches of na ture that up to the present moment have been but half revealed. Cuba is entirely within the torrid lone, but not so far south as to make its climate characteristically torrid. The climate dues not differ materially from our own gulf states, hut the rain fall is greater. Its insularity Insures a moist, equable atmosphere, and the never failing sea breezes of the after-1 noons and evenings tend to make the nights cool and comfortable even In the warmest months. Shaped somewhat like Ixing Island. Cuba is long and narrow, being about 730 miles in length and in width varying from 18 to 118. Its area com prises about 4 4,(hmi square miles. By way erf comparison, it Is larger than Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Ver mont, Connecticut. Rhode Island, Dela ware and New Jersey, put together. The island would make almost four Maryland and about two West Vir ginias, and Is greater in the aggregate of her square miles than either In diana. Kentucky, Maine, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee or Virginia. The state of Pennsylvania has practically the same area as Cuba. The island lies 100 miles south of Key West, the most southern jMirt of the United States: Havana Is distant from Tam pa 30B miles; from New Orleans, 5ti miles; and from New York, 1,227 miles. It controls the highway to the Panama canal. The last census of the island, tak en in 1S'.9, put the population at L 572.797. Immigration has lieen stead ily Increasing, the number for U104 being 20,217. A reasonable estimate of the present population is fixed by those best Informed at about 1,700, 000. Of the total population, 58 per cent were native whites. 9 per cent ftn-elgn whites, and 32 per cent color ed; the remaining 1 per cent being as signed to Chinese and others unclassi fied. The figures as to the density of the population are significant. They indicate a population of 152 persons to the square mile in Havana prov ince, decreasing to hut 8 to the square mile in' Puerto Principe. Havana province, therefore, is almut as thick ly settled as New York state, and the last named province about as much as the state of Washington. It has beep estimated that Cuba is callable of supporting, in comfort and prosperity, a population of at least 15,11110.01111, which would bf 340 1o the square mile, or less than the density of the population in Rhode Island or .Massa chusetts. The census of ISMM found sixteen cities on the Island having a Clean Things to Eat and Drink are as desirable as nre foml. Unclean food cannot be healthful. It is the mctluxl of liaiiillihj in the manufac ture of a f 1 nl product that makes it clc.in or iiiick-un. Pabst BlueRibbon is tiiaiiufactiircl from the purest materials by scrup ulously clean machinery. Prom brew to liottle or I ) .it .v ittr r tout hid by hum m hands and never cniiies in contact with anything but pure, filtered air, uinl jx r fectlv storilieil tuln-s. pics ami scale 1 storage t.tiik. CUBA i f over 8.IW0. T1i' chief Havana with as.YN'Jl; San- t ii' ho i I. ami s.'d.iid. Willi 4;!,nm. ami Gullies, a unburn of Havana, at tlio bottom rf ;h lint, w.tli S,14H iiilmliilunts. 'I he total tiado between Hits coun try a li 1 t uba during the last liscal ytar umounicd to $i:!2.74:t,r.l!l. Dor itiK Hint pt r.od Cuba sold to the I'nl 1 -1 1 Ma en unr valued at $ i. 'S.l iV and tobacco valmd at. $17.474.2. her total t'xpmtM to this cotm ry lieinn M.'.iT'.i.h.si. of which all but $J,""'. onil was dutiable and upon which the duty collided, according to the de partment of commerce and labor's preliminary figures, was $4:l,2,f.82. In the same eriod the United States sold to Cuba merchandise aggregat ing $45,377,277. The sugar crop of 1!04 was 1.040,- 220 tons; 1!I05, l.too.ooo tons, and as experts claim the yield of Culan sagas is two and a half tons to the acre, the total number of acres de voted to sugar cane amounted to not more than 4."o.(iio. There Is said to be fi.iMHi.ihio acres of the Island that might easily and quickly be turned into sugar plantation!). If this esti mate be correct, the Imagination is da.zltd by the contemplation ,f what Cuba would lie capable of doing In the sugar producing line If advantages wire taken to the full of natures gifts. The cultivated area of Cuba is about l.ouo.ooo acres, and, accord ing to the la.-t census. 47 per cent of this was devoted t sugar produc tion and Hi per cent to tobacco. Ad ding the area of cites, towns and very large tracts for pasturage pur pis s. it is fi.nnd that only about II. ii'iii.eini acres of ah Hit one-half the island, lias been developed. The rc ni.iin.ng half awaits future exploita tion, and is claimed to b' for the most part, as capable of hit;li develop ment as that which has brought great riches to the people of Cuba. In l'.'iilt. acconliiig to official advices from Consul G.n-.ial Steinhart. $loo, iiiiii.iiiio of American capital was in vested in Cuba, as follows: Sugar plantations, J2ri.uuit.iMiO; tobacco lands ami factories, $ l.'i.ono.iino; fruit lands, $.:,."oii,iiuo; mining property, $;'i,o00, 110"; Cuba Kailroad company, $12,000. ouii; street railways !S,(Mitl,iioo ; other real estate and commercial invest ments, $l,foo,oiiu. The figures for l'.toi, the latest ob tainable, show that the va'.'i of the principal products of th" island amounted to $'.ll!,H7l l"7. divide,! Into classes: Sugar, including molasses, alcohol and rum, $r2, 528,107; tobacco, $:10,)MO,OOI; pineapples, $l,2.j0,00U; other fruits and vegetables. $2,712,300; forest products, $H,2lio,oiio ; skins, horns and hooffs, etc., $1,Gimi,0(K); sponges and shells, $575.(Nl; miner- als, $1,44;,000. Then years earlier, In lS'.M, one year before the outbreak of the revolution, the value of the principal crops of the island exceed ed $100,000,000: Sugar, $ti5,ooo,ooo; tobacco, $25,000,000; molasses and rum, $12,000.00(1; coffee, $1,510,00)1; fruits and vegetables, $1,510,000. For the fiscal year ended June 30, 190-1, the receipts from customs amounted to $17,338,181; the total revenue $20,112,241, and the expendi tures $17,220,558, including the sink ing fund und Interest on loan made for the payment of the Cuban revolu tionary army. Cuba has no currency of its own coinage. The official money of the republic is United States currency and all taxes and public 'debts are payable la that money, except fees of registrars of property, which are payable in Span ish gold. In commercial circles Span ish gold Is the basis of calculation, and in the retail trade and in the country, Spanish silver is almost en tirely UBed. American currency is always at a premium over Spanish gold. The $35,000,000 bond issue' sold in this country at ao'fc. advanced to 9t within thirty days after the con tract was signed, and is now quoted above par. The customs revenues are pledged as a guaranty on this loan. Rieh as she in today, through the prodigality of nature, the lutiire of this island is golden. If the United States, loth though It may be to in tervene to stop civil war. is compelled to put forth a strong hand, what will the result lie? If the American Hag again goes up in Cuba, will it over come down? Should it come down? Would not Cuba make a most desirable addition to Uncle Sam's already rich iiossessions? Washington Post. TELEPHONES FOR NORTH ERN ARIZONA TOWNS Telephone poles are now being erected botwen hire and St. Joseph and it will not be long before Winslow will be in communication with liol brook over a conversation wire, as a line is now In operation between the latter place and St. Joseph, says the Winslow Mall. The line Is owned by ('apt. Henry Warren and Supervisor elect J. K. Richards, who are promi nent business men of this county. The line will be cinneeted with the local telephone system. It will be a matter of only a fe- months before tin' line now being built between Hoi 1 rook and the inland towns of Apache county is in operation, and ihen the 1 mils of both Apache and Navajo counties will be connected by coiivi-n h in means of eoiuliniiiica; ii :n. H1LLSB0RO BOY STEALS WATCH FOR SWEETHEART Alue l.avcock. tien, was arrctc for lil'ti:n three show case in W. .me,! ihoii: I a lew day, w aclu s out M . Robins' M'Vell ; ago. of a stole. says the Sierra County Advocate. The lad. who had given one of the watch es to his sweetheart, another to a boy friend a, id lent on.- for himself, confessed the crime, returned the goods , some of whb h were iii a di lapidated condition. Judge Smith gave the young nn-n his choic ! we'll pa ing $25 and costs or ninety days in the county jail. At present Alue is hoarding at Hotel de Kendall. The Albuquerque Junk company ."jOTi South Second streit; pas ash for old furniture, old clothing, iron, brass, i per, zinc rubber paper rags, hollies, etc. In fact all kinds of sec ond band goods and junk. Send us postal. Will call. E ei yt hing has a value. o:, hiiihiin-'-. machinery, hug. gies, wagons, etc . bouiiht for highest ca.-h pi be Tin re'.- iinl!il:g !-o good to; a ,mv throat a.- I)r. Thomas' El.oinc Ilii Can s it in ' tew hours. Relii es any p in ia any nail Atk for JAFFA'S KRACK KREAM BREAD and take no other. Y OUR purchases will be satisfactory to you, both in QUALITY and FKIL-L it bought at I Alvarado Pharmacy Cor. Gold Ave. and 1st. -oCHoaaao SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST Full Set of Teeth fk f Gold Crown $G L U Cold Filling $1.50 up J fl Palnlett Extracting 50c r ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUAR ANTEES. B. F. COPP ROOM 12. N. T. ARMIJO BUILDING. DO YOU WANT 10 MAKE MONEY? If you do write the Occidental Life Insurance Co. for full particulars of their inducements to energetic men and women to sell its new guaranteed dividend policy. Some of our sales men are making $200 a week. Why- cant you do it? Perhaps you can if you will try. We want a hustling rep resentative in every town in New Mexico and Arizona. No get rich quick schemes or gift eaterprises but a straight out and out guaranteed contract from start to finish. Easy to talk, easy to sell and honest in every particular. Occidental Life Insurance Co. of New Mexico and Arizona, home office Albuquerque. N. M. Cure for Sore NtpDles. As soon ns the child is done nurs ing, apply Chamberlain's salve. Wipe It off with a soft cloth before allow ing U10 child to nurse. Many trained nurses use this with the best results. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by all druggists. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. Santa Ke. X. M.. Dec. ID, llim!. Notice is hereby given that the following-named claimanc has filed ih tiee of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim under sections lti and 17 of the act of March 3. 1MH 2 Stats.. S54). as amended by the act of February 21. LS93 (27 Stats.. 470), and that said proof will be made before the pro bate clerk at l.os Lunas, N. M., on January 20. 1907, viz: Mariana Chav t , ile Otero, for the Small lloldieg Claim No. 2547, situate in Sec. 2)!, '1'. 7 N.. H. 2 K. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous ad verse possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the sur vey of the township, viz: Francisco Aragon y Haca. of !s Lunas, N. M.; Aniceto Aragon, (iuil lermo Oroua, Quiriuo Sumore, of Per alta, N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial rea son under the laws and regulations of the interior department why such proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross examine the witnesses of said claim ant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted bv claimant. MANUF.L It. OTERO. Register. Small Holding Claim No. 2547. In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Th re is no other medicine manu factured that has received so much praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough Iteinedy. It is effective, and prompt relief follows its use. Grateful rar-f'-'s everywhere do not hesitite to te.-tify to its tin tits for the benefit f others. It Is a certain cure for croup and will prevent the attack If given at the first apHaranee of the disease. It is especially adapted to children us it is peasant to take and contains nothing injurious. Mr. E. A. Hiimphreys, a well known resident and clerk In the store of Mr. E. Iock of Alice, Cape Colony, South Africa, ays: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to ward off croup and colds in my family. I found it to be v ry satisfactory and it gives me pleasure to recommend it." For sale by till druggists. Our ROUGH to be washed dry Co. DRY over. work don't have Imperial Latin- NO SHORTAGE OF GAS COKE, CLEAN, SATISFACTORY, ECONOM ICAL, EXCELLENT FOR OPEN GRATES, $6.00 PER TON. W. H. HAHN & CO. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS Tlx'V iitfti tuiif WiMt.ni", tmtru- 1.4 lit nit'l tllLl'iM"!!.'!!. I '.in' kimI (.ah. 11 ain. ..r ti n-n u ti n ' 1 v hi.- l.llr fciiiri't" .'ir!f i v .111 mho. -1. .ii.ni' lit t i I IUI l.t -I TV 111 -n.i t-"l ' I. . . -' I . I I 1 I i . lit f.. W.. III. II f-l!ti I . n . .. , -,M. VI .Mil s.,1.1 tl lirr I.ok ..i,uuUt. 1, Uutl.U. I Uli-iulCAl .'0 & tit. foh is ALE BY .. , INN 4 k-ON. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS se WANTED. WANTED-Plain ook. man orw mnn, for faun. Matthews' Dairy. WANTED Atonce a competent girl for generai house work. Apply 610 Rolen r aenue. VANTEI- People to n to P. ii Daniel for lirst-class shoe repair ing. O rner Railroad avenue and Broadway WANTEl-fo do your electrical re pairing of every kind. Work guar anteed. Reliance Electric Co., 2U8', West Gold avenue. WANTED Help ruriiished and enP ployment of all kinds secured promptly. Call on, write or phone ' Colburn'g Employment agency. 109 West Silver avenue. Auto Phone 270 WANTED Vour motors to InstalT, largo or small. Work guaranteed. Relianre Electric Co., COS1 West Gold avenue. WANT E I PCon 1 pa n i on Good h ome for girl over 14 years, who desires to go to school. Address, "Woman Staying Alone at Night," this office. W ANTED Gentlemen's "isecond-iiarid clothing. No. 615 South First street, south of viaduct. Senu address and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor WANTEliliids Tor the- construction of hotel building at Helen, N. M. Plans can be seen at the ofliee of E. It. Crlsty, architect, Albuquer que, N. M. The John Decker Com pany, Helen, N. M. WANTED The Albuquerque Junk company. 5mi South Socosd street, pays casli for magazines, oid honk-, clothing! harit'ss, guns, revolvers, watches, etc. We pay cash for any thing new or second hand. We buy anything of value. WANTED Teams The Santa F Gold & Copper Mining Co. wants teams for coal haul from I lagan to the mines, near San Pedro, and for other purposes. All good teams making application will be. given work. Geo. O. Marrs, Superintend ent. FOR KEN 1 New live-roomed house, modern. fi!8 North Sixth street. rOll KENT with board. Nicely luinished r lotus 422 North Sixth street. FOR RENT Nicely gentleman only. tin lushed room; 23 West Copper avenue. Foil REN T Front" 1 ns for" light liousi ke ping; rent reasonable. Ap ,)ly rear 52 1 West Railroad. FOR ifF-NT Furnish d rooms, with hoard; terms reasonable. 415 South Edith street. i'UR RKN'i'-F)truTsiiocl eotiage flats"; very reasonable. Apply at lie Coal avenue, east end of viaduct. FOR RENT Several pleasant, nerlv furnished rooms, with bath and electric light. 51'J North Second street. ruil KEN I A six loom two-story brick house, corner of Seventh street and Tijoraa avenue. Inquire at Lonitnori & Mattenccl, 024 West T Moras n venue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms. $1.25 to $1.50 per week; 25c to 50c per night. Also rooms for light housekeeping. Tne Minneapolis House, 524 South Second street, Albuquerque, N. M. rO H SAL.C. ' FOR SAIC Go'oiC gentle" South High street. cow. 701 FOR SALE Fine piano, nearly ntw. IMS S. Third street. FOR SALE A good span of horses, surrey and harness. No. 52;! East Railroad avenue. FOR SaT.E Furniture, at a special discount from now until the nd of the year. Star Furniture Co., 214 West Hold avenue. FOR- SALE Excellent saddle pony ; young, htal'.hy, strong, gentle; bar gain for cash. 'Phone 12 auto mat ie. FOR SALE Majority of stock in es tablished and paying retail liusi ness. Incorporated. Owner wishes to leave city. Address No. 1120, Daily Citizen. FOR SALE "OR TRADE Flftec 1 rooiu house No. 724 South S ootid street for property in California. Write John Krick. 431 East Second street, Long Beach, California. FOR SALE Fourteeu-rooni house, furnished or unfurnished, electric light, city water. 315 S. Third St. Mrs M. A Sehaeh. FOR SALE A line combination horse' good for all purposes. See F. F. Trotter. FOR SALE 1U res tiie snap, two lots close in, they are free and clear and will worth $S50, but best offer over $IHU takeN them. Albuquerque Junk Company, 5im: South Second steet. FOR SALE I will sell Ihe" bosTpuy- ing rooming housee in the city lor ').!ioo. Positively clearing over $25o. Realty, buildings. furniture, etc., all go s. or w ill pay some young unencumbered woman fair sal ry to manage same. Albuquer que.lunk comiany. 5m; South Second street. FO I IT'S ,U .: R iiTcrT "K. rfelley and sons having sold all their stock are now- offering their fine stock ranch for sale. It Is '.he het Im prove 1 ranch tit the country. Has two to.d wells, one of them has windmill and surface tank. U is an ideal sheep range. Postolllce, Datll. Socorro county, N. M. tv miles west of lla'll Ranch twen STRAYED. STRAVED Roau pony.' with' and in idle. Ret urn to 2M1 Waller and receive rewioil. saddle North LOST. LOST 1 .-!:in l.imli mull'. lit c. Suitable pper ave- reward to tinder line LOST ( ;,,, ' E icTTT South A; no street ward. Ret urn and ii"' 1120 re- Long Tennessee Fight. For twenty years W. L. Rawls of Hells, Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He writes; "The swelling and soreness inside my nose was fearful, till I began applying Hueklen's Arnica Salve to th,- sore surface; this caused the sor. ness and swelling to disap pear, never to return. Best salve in 5c at all druggists. The where yCur it Citiien Print Shop Is yOu can get the most for money. We print every but greenbacks and post- thiny acje stamps. Either phone. ' Millinery Sale greatest bargains AlbiiqH' saw, at .Miss Lama 'S South Second street. ' lie que . Lute'; PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, rianos, Organs, Horses. Wagons and other Chattels; also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low as $10 and as high as $;oo. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One 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. Ststtusblp tickets to and from parts of the world. Rooms 3 anr" 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. all We Sold the Snap On Sixth Street Now have a great snap in a 19-acre ranch little cash needed; also bargain in new brick resi dence, close In, on Lowlands. POR TERFIELD CO. 110 West Gold Ave. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. BCna. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 32 F street N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions, lands, patents, copyrights, caveats, letter patents, tride mirks, claims. R7wrD. Bryan. ATTURNEY AT LAW, Albuquer que, X. M. Ofliee, First National Hank building. E. W. Dobso.l. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Crom well block. Albuquerque, N. M. dITntTsts. dr. j. e. kraft, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 and 3, Harnette Buildlns;, over O'Rielly's Drug Store. Automatic 'phone 238. Appointments made by mail. Edmund J. Alger, O. O. S. No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office hours, 9:00 a. m.. 10 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Both phones. Ap pointments made by mall. DR. D. E. WILSON Dentist. Rooms 10, 12, 13, Occidental Life Hidg., Cor. Railroad avenue and Broadway, Albuquerque, X. M. Of fice hours, 8 to 12 A. M.; 1 to 9 P. M. Colo. Phone, 129. PHYSICIANS. Drt. R. L. HUST. Office, 6 P. N. T. Armijo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated witn High Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 1 p. m.. Trained nurse In attendance. Bofh 'phones. UNDERTAKER. Auto, 'phone 316. Colo., Red Hi. A. BORDERS. Commercial Club Building. Black and White Hearse, $5. ARCHITECTS. F. W. Spencer. Room 4C 47, Barnett Building, Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'hones. CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell. Room 23. N. T. Armijo building. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Office with W. B. Gold avenue. Maddison. Chllders, 117 West A Western Wonder. There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's twice as big ns last year. This won der Is W. L. Hill, who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 80. He says: "I suffered with a terrible cough, mid doctors gave me up to die of consumption. I w:is reduced to 90 pounds, when I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for consump tion, coughs and colds. Now, after tiWiing 12 bottles, I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured." Only sure cough and cold cure. Guranteed by all druggists. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Unite-: States Land Office, Santa Fe, X. M. Nov. 27, 1906. Notice is hereby given Uiat the fol I low ing-nanied claimant has filed no it ice of his intention to make flnnl 1 ....... .r I,. ,.... v. : . ..i:.n i ' f u ji jhi u ii ins ciaim unut-i sivuoua iu uiiu ii oi i ue at i 01 .Huron 1!. LS91 (26 Stats.. $54).. as amende 1 hy the act of February 21, 1893 (27 Stats., 47o r.Tid that said prxr vvi'l be made before Silvtstro Mlrabal, U. S. Couit Commissioner at San Rtifae1. N. M., on January 5, 1907. viz: Matia Concho of l.aguna. N. M., for t'.i' SE 14. Sec. T. lo N., R. 7 W. N M P M He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous ad verse possession of Paid tract for twnty years next preceding the sur vey of the township, viz: Joseeito ltoss. of Sen ma, N. M : Will 'am Pais .no. of Cnsa HUinca, X. M.; .Mania Luther, of t'asi Klascu, N. M.. Vatnie H. Leeds, of Setima, X. M Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof or who knows of any substantial reason under the laws and regulations of the interior departmet why such proof i-hoiild not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the alKive-nien-tinned time and place to onK-s-exam-" Ine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Small holding claim No. 1021. NURSERY PRODUCTS FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES AND FLOWERS. I BUY OF SOME ONE YOU KNOW. IN. W. ALGER, 124 SOUTH WALTER STREET. New Cure for J. B. Waterman of niral flee delivery, daughti-r, alllicted for Eplleosy. Wutertovvn, O , writes: "My years w ith epi- Ui.sy, was ture.i ' Dr. King's New Lit'.- Pills. She has not had an at tack fur over two years." Best body cleansers and life giving 'onic pills on earth. 25c at all driiKK's's. mm xmm w MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. ALBUQUERQUE .... NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus. $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED With Amp! Means and Unsurpassed Facilities. Extends to Depositors Every lroper Accommodation, and Solicits New Accounts Capital, $150,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS 8ulomon Luna, Prenluent; W. 3. Strickler, V. P. am Cashier; W. J. JohnBon, . est. Cashier; Win, Mcintosh. J. C. BaUridge. Solo mon l.nna, A. M. Blackwell, Geo. Arnot, O. i:. Cro jwell. DEPOSITORY FOR 7HF. ATCHISON. TQPEKA & SANTA FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO OmCERB AND DIRECTORS JOSHUA S. RAYXOLD3 President M. W. FLOURNOY Vice President FRANK McKEE Caahier R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier II. E. RAYXOLDS Director U. S. DEPOSITORY Authorized Capital $500,000.00 JPald 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 f f the Wor.i We Want Your Banking Business DIHECTOR3 O. N. Marron. Wni. Farr. J. B. Herndon. I. A. Dye. E. A. Mlera. D. Ii. earns. J. A. Weinman. F. II. strong. Jay A. Hubbs. GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. 0000sC4 "OLD RELIABLE." i t o 0 0 THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries In the Southwest FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS 5 RAILROAD AVENUE. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 0 ocooooooeooooooooeiaocoototo .J. C. liALDRIDGE DEALER 1N NATIVE ANO CHICAGO LUMBER SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT Covers more, !co..s best, wears the longest, most economical; f ill measure. BUILDiN'u PAPER Always in stock. Plaster, Lime. Cement, Paint, Glass, Sasb. Doors, Etc. 1 FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MLX. RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO. General Building Supplies SCREEN DOORS Both Phone Third and Marquettt THE Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement First and Marquette ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS AND LAS VEGAS ESTABLISHED 1873. Z L. B. PUTNEY I 0 c 0 0 0 0 0 and Rex Flinlkole Rocfing Albuquerque, New Mexico n