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ALBUQUERQUE EVE2TING CITIZEN.
TIHTCHDW, AI'KIIj 2.V 10T. PHILADELPHIA ELKS WILL TAKE CARE Of THE LADIES Women Will be Given a Head quarters With Writing Desks and Powder Puffs. rhllmiolplila, Afiril H... I'repttra ;ion.i of on c-lubonit- character are in made y the committee In rhaiw of the convention and reun ion of the Klks. which is to be held In his city during the week beRin nliifr July ir.th next, for the enter tainment of the lady visitors. A -fecial committee htm In charge the e.iretakinK of the wives und other t.iir members of the Elks famine, :md r'aiiH have been completed whereby every convenience will be iiiforded to the women who nceom I'.iny the Klkti to the convention city. The state fencible armory, a large und commodious building located on Mroad street, and on the line ot I l.rorwwion which has been selected for the big parade, has been secured tor the ladies' headquarters, and herein will c set aside rooms for lourrRlnR And renins purposes, tele phone tooths, writing desks, reading i.Udeji and every convenience that will conduce, to the comfort of the women while sojourning in Philadel phia. A committee consisting; of the n Ives cf Philadelphia Klka will be in charge of these headquarters, and everything that they can do for the entertainment und enjoyment of their t nests will e done. No Klk need h'-Kiutc to bring with him his wife, lister, daughter or sweetheart, for i lie committee gives every assurance itia the visiting ladles will be prop i riy taken care of. GECIL BOYLE MARRIED AT Word leaded out here this morn ing that Cecil Boyle, employed In the local branch of the Colorado Telo jihone company as an Installer, and MiSH Nickola White, of Trinidad, Colo., were married at the latter place Monday. Boyle laid off Mon day and told his friends that he wtu uorng up to Trinidad on business. I'pon his return he did not communi cate tho fact to his friends that he a benedict. Mrs. Boyle Is the ilaughter of James White, h well Unowti resident of Trinidad. Ines coffee disagree with you? Probably It does! Then try Dr. snoop's Health Coffee. "Health Cof f." is a clever combination of parch ed cereals and nuts. Not a grain of i e.il coffee, remember, In Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee, yet its flavor and taste n.'iitches closely old Java and Mocha offee. If your stomach, heart, or Iwdney can't stand coffee drinking, tiy Health Coffee. It is wholesome, nourishing pnd satisfying. It's nice win for the youngest child. Sold by C. N. Bringham. NEW PENSIONS AND POSTOFFICES Thrcjgu the efforts ot Delegat.; W. H. Andrews, the following pen sions have been granted: Hummer K. Marshall, Bagwell, in -'reaned to $12 per month, from Feb-:-iiaxy 23. 1907. F-Jdward O. Boyle, Fort Bayard, in- reiised to $14 per month, from Feb- u.iry S5. 1907. The fallowing changes in postothee! ;i.ivc been matle.: Mutt. Luna county, Knoch K. Hasan ppornted postmaster. Postofllce established at Heaton, McKlnley county, and F. It. Mills ap-r'-'lnted postmaster. OFFIFE CHIEF QUAltTfiRM AS TKft, Denver, Colo., April 20. 1907. .-"aloU proposals In triplicate will be fceJved here and nt office of the Ouartermuster until 11 a. m.. April ', 1907, for furnishing fuel coal, re- niired during the fiscal year ending .lone 30, 1908, at Fort Wingnte, New Mexloo. Information furnished on nppbeatton hore or at office of post iiKirtermaxter. Kuvelopes to be mark- il "Proposals for Fuel at Fort Win ifib:." C. A. H. McCAl'LEV, Chief i.'tiartermaster. Our HOUGH UKT work aon's have to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. duced by any stove, and is entirely free from smoke and soot. Another advantage of the NEW PH Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove is that the heat is highly concentrated by enam eled chimneys. This means quick results. The New Perfection is different from other oil stoves. Made in three sizes, with one, two and three burners. Every stove warranted. If not at your dealer's, write to our nearest agency for descriptive circular. The 2&rr2rk f nmn is the best JEVCLV V . lamp for N ' all round household use. Equipped with the latest improved burner. Gives a bright, steady light at lowest cost. Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled. Suitable for any room, whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Safe and satisfactory. Every lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealer's. COMTININTAL OIL COM lnoorporiitd' FRUIT TREES BEING SET OUT III TEXAS Experiments Proving Success fulCrowing on a Large Scale Will be Tried. Port Worth, Texas. April 25. South Texas may eventually develop Into a greut citrus fruit-growing country. lown In the vicinity of l?ee vtlle, where there is tin experimental station, the matter of orange culture has been agitated for several year3, and experiments have seemed to dem. onstate that this fruit can be success fully grown. Out of more than 200 trees planted by . V. I.lttle on his orange farm near that thriving city, less than halt a dozen have failed to sprout. Other orange growers have had equally as good success this year In establishing nursery trees. Mr. l.ttlle has bougn: ten acres adjoining his first purchase and will next season plant it In or anges, with the belief that success Is sure to be attained. other trials are being made in the vicinity of Port Lavaca. P. L.. Shuford, a practical Califor nia orange grower, having long been engaged In the business at Pasadena In that state, will embark In orange growing on a commercial scale in Calhoun county . He hus bought fiftv acres at Alamo lteach for the llrm of ShuTord & Hull, of which he Is the head, and will plant oranges on every acre. Alamo Peach Is prac tically surrounded by the waters of the bays and the danger of freezing is reduced to a minimum. The building of new railways through thesouth Texas country Is bringing that section to tho front and causing a development that was not considered possible a few years ago It Is believed orange culture has a great future in that section EUREKA! Yes. I Hrete l'otiml It nt I.ast. Found what? Why that Chamber- I lain s Salve cures eczema and all manner of Itching ot the skin. have been afflicted for many years with skin disease. I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible itching, but since using this salve in December, 1905, the itching has stopped and has not troubled me Eliler John T. Ongley, Rootville Pa. For sale by all druggl3ts. NEW MANAGES FOR C. F. & I. V. P. THOMISON GETS I'liACK MADE VACANT BY DEATH OF JOHN T. KEBLEK. Trinidad, Colo., April 25. W. P, Thompson, former general manager for the Colorado Fuel and Iron Com pany, has been appointed general manager of the fuel department to succeed the late. John T. Kebler. and will assume his new duties on the first of May. President J. F. Welborn announced his appointment in a letter sent to all the fuel company onlces, and the selection Is regarded as a very good one by all who know Mr. Thompson He has spent much, time in Trin idad and is a very popular man with nil the employes of the company. Five years ago he resigned his position with the fuel company to becom general superintendent of the Dawson Fuel company and the latter went to the Carthage coal tlelds. His return to Colorado will be like a homecoming to him. for his work is not new, although it Is a step higher than the position he formerly held. Among other appointments an nounced Is thut of J. H. Means as superintendent of the blast furnaces of the Mlnnoqua plant. Mr. Means hus been assistant superintendent. "Pneuinonlu's Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung," writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, of Rural Route 1, Georgetown. Tenn. "that I coughed continuously night and day and the nelghobrs' predic tion consumption ecmed inevitable, until my husband brought home a bottle of Dr. Kings New Discovery, which In my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak, sore lungs." When all other remedies utterly fall, you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery, the real cure. Guaranteed by all druggists. 60c and $1.0(1. Trial bot tle free. NOTICE TO HOUSE OW.YERS. Tlic Albuquerqne Curriugc Com pany, First MUil TIJei-uM, lias wctireil I Ik- HerviceN of a lirsl-cbi-is linr'Khliocr, and guarantees all work, or no pay. Don't full to attend the M. K. tea tomorrow- afternoon or evening. Clean Cooking Wherever there's a New Perfection Oil Stove in the kitchen, there you will find the pots and pans clean and bright. The blue flame of the New Perfection is the cleanest tlame pro MCTI0N BIDS FOR CITY WORK PHOfOSAtiR 1XH TlURUti OF PAUPElt DEAD. Proposals for burial of pauper dead n accordance with the ordinance of the city of Albuquerque. New Mexico, will be received by the council of said city and opened at a special or regu- ar meeting to be held on or after April 29th, 1907. All bids must be In the hands of the city clerk not later than April 29th, at 12 o'clock noon. Certified check In tho sum of ten dol lars, payable to the city, to insure good faith of bid. must accompany bid, check to be returned to bidder when contract Is entered Into. Bond In the sum of two hundred dollars will be required from the successful bidder, conditioned for the faithful performance of the contract In ac cordance with city ordinances, adver tising for bid ami contract entered Into. Contract to run for one year, from May 6th. 1907. Proposals are also to Include am bulance for service for the city for such cases ns may be decided by the mayor, marshal or city physician to be destitute cases. Proposals also to Include adequate ambulance service to and from the pest house, whether located within or without the city limits for such casei as may be decided by the mayor, city physician or marshal to be destltutt.- cases. IIAUKY F. LEE. Clerk. PROPOSALS FOU FEEDING C1TV 1'lUSONEIUi. Sealed bids for the furnishing of meals to tho city prisoners and taking cure of und cleaning city building will be veeived by the city council to be opened at special or regular meeting to be held on or after April 29th, 1907. Each bidder will be required to deposit a certified check of ten dol lars, payable to the city to Insure the good faith of the bid. Checks to be returned to the bidders when con tract Is entered Into. Said contract to be let to the lowest and best bid per meal, all bids subject to rejection by the council. Contract to run for one year from May 6th. 1907. The city ordinances are to be con sidered a part of thla advertisement and all bids shall be In accordance therewith. Sealed bids are to be directed to the city clerk and marked "Bid for Fur nishing Meals to City Prisoners," and must be in the hands of said clerk not later than 13 o'clock noon, Mon day. April 29th, 1907. HA RUT F. LF.E, Clerk I'K01OSALH FOR CITY PRINTING. Healed bids will be received from newspapers published In the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, for city printing for one year from the 6th day of May, 1907, said Mds to be opened by the city council nt special or reg ular meettng to be held on or after April 29th, 1907. Kach bidder will be required to enclose with his bid a certified check for ten dollars, payable to the city to Insure good faith of bid checks to be returned to bidders when contract Is entered into. Tho per son or corporation to whom contract Is let will be required to furnish bond In the sum of two hundred dollars to he approved by the mayor and condi tioned for the faithful performance of the contract. Sealed bids are to be directed to the city clerk and marked "Bid for City Printing." and must be In the hands of the clerk not later than 12 o'clock noon, Monday, April 29th, 1907. All bids must specify the amount to be charged per brevier Inch for the first insertion, and so much charged for subsequent inser tions. and to bo based on the printing of ordinances, proclamations, notices, etc. Job work to be on 600 letter heads, COO envelopes, one-half sheet blanks, one-third sheet blanks and one-quarter sheet blanks, for the first 100 and for each subsequent 100, and all other necessary Job work. Bids to be turned on tirst-class stock for commercial printing. HA 11 II Y F. LEK, Clerk. o I'lCOPOSAIJi Hill CITY TEAMS. Sealed bids will be received for the furnishing to the city for one year of three two-horse teams, wagons, har ness and drivers thereof, with the privilege of three additional teams, wagons and drivers thereof, to be furnished when needed. Contract to run for one year from May 6th, 1907. frittid teams to be used for city pur poses under the direction of the utreet committee six days in the week, and ten hours per day, with the privilege of one or two teams being called to work on Sundays when desired; said Sunday work, however, to be addi tional work and to b paid for pro rata in accordance with bid. Each and every of said horses to weigh at least twelve hundred pounds, and the drivers thereof to be able-bodied men, capable of performing the work re quired. Said bids will be opened by tho city council at special or regular nveeting to be held on or after April 29lh, 1907, and contract to be let to the lowest and best bidder. Kach bidder is required to deposit a certi fied check for ten dollars, to Insure the itood faith of the bill, said check ( to be returned when contract Is en tered into. The party whose bid Is accepted will be required to give bond In the sum of two nundred dollars, conditioned for the faithful per formance of the contract. All bids to be directed to the city clerk and marked "Bid for Furnish ing Team and Driver," and must be In the hands of said clerk not later than twelve o'clock noon, Monday, April 29th. 1907. The city ordinances are to be con sidered a part of this advertisement and ail bids shall be In uccordanoe therewith. All bids subject to rejection by fhe city. HAItKT F LEE. Clerk. NO Tit i:7uSPl.'IAL KLFCTION. Hy AutlHtrity of Um City Council of tlie City of Albuqnrrque, fi. M. Notice is hereby given that an elec tion will be held In the city of Albu querque, New Mexico, on Saturday. May 4, 1907, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the following voting places: First Ward City Hall. Second Ward OHlce of Chas. Chndwlck Co., on CJold avenue. Third Ward Offlre of E. 11. Dun bar. corner of Third street and Gold avenue. Fourth Ward At office of George It. Craig, Justice of the p-ace. South Third street. At which said election the question of authorizing the Issuance of Thirty Thousand ($30. 000) Dollars of bonds of the said City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, to erect and build a city building, will be submitted to the qualified voters of said city, who are the owners of real or personal prop, erty. subjei t to taxation, within the said City of Albuquerque, New Mex ico. I:i witness whereof I have hereunto set rny hand and caused to be affixed tlie it-;il of the City of Albuquerque, Ni v M x;( o. l'K WK M ; K EE. May .. A' ;..-! HAKflV IV LEE. City Clerk (SEAL I I-'.:-: publiratinn April J. U0T. ooacsOoooooacooo Albuquerque City Name- Occupation. Residence. If your name is not in list below, fill out blank above and send same to the office of The Evening Citizen. oooocmoooooooo E F.wers. Klmer D., Vnlted States dep uty marshal, res. 803 Vs west Rail road avenue. Kwlng. Carry, painter, res. 501 east Silver avenue. Kwlng. I. J., res. 90s William street. Ewing. Milo, employe American Lumber Co., st reet. res. 6 IS north Kighth F Faber. Albert, dealer in furniture carpets and house furnishings, 80S 310 west Railroad avenue; Commercial club. res. i I Faber. George A., meat cutter, res. 617 west New lork avenue. Faber, Miss Iena, clerk. The Lion store, res. 617 west ew l ot K ave nue. Fairbrother, Charles F.., millwright. American Lumber Co., res. 316 south Sixth street. Falles, David P., grader American Lumber Co., res. 610 north Kiev enth street. Falles, Sam, employe A. D. Johnson, pump contractor, res. 610 north Kleventh street. Fallon, Thomas, driver Trimble Transfer Co., 113 north Second street; res. same. Farah. Andrew, merchant, 203 scut: First street; res. 80S north Broad way. Farah, Mansour, merchant, 205 south First street; res. 80S north Broad way. Farr Company, Via . meat markst 217 fcouth SeWii'l ktreot. Farr, Joseph, meat cutter, Illanchard Meat and Supply Co., ret. 6ut wit Silver avenue. Farr, William Wm. Farr Co), res. 301 south Edith otreet. Farrell, H., chief engineer A. T. & S. F. Ry., res. 1006 East street. Farris, Mrs. John, res. 424 south Edith street. Farwell, James It., civil engineer, room 23, N. T. Armljo bldg., res. 618 north Sixth street. Faucette, Robert A., porter, res. 317 west Silver avenue. Fee, Elizabeth, bookkeeper for E. W. Fee, res. 610 west Coal avenue. Fee, E. W, dealer In feed and seeds, 602-604 south First street; res. 610 west Coal avenue. Fee, L. M., confectioner. 323 west Kallrond avenue; res. 415 south Firth street. Feikert. Miss Clara, clerk VS. llfeld & Co., res. 122 south Ilroadway. Feikert, Miss Edna, clgarmaker H. Westertleld; res. 122 south Ilroad way. Feikert, John, wheelwright, Korber & Co., res. 122 south Ilroadway. Fenner, J. H locomotive engineer, res. 620 soullv Hiw. -jay Fenton, Thomas, driver Trimble Transfer Co., 113 north Second street; res. same. Ferger, John C, clerk W. II. Hahn & Co., and secretary of Masonic bodies; res. 411 west Roma avenue Ferguson, D. M., salesman, Econo mist, res. 1103 north Seventh street. Ferguson, Martin D., employe gay plant, res, 418 north Second street. Ferguson. Ray, employe American Lumber Co., res. 913 north Twelfth street. Fergusson, 11. I!., attorney at law, room 14 First National Bank bldg.; res. Old Town. Ferra, Andres, res. 30C north Ilroad way. Field. K. A., carpenter and builder, res. J01 south High street. Field. Morey p., bookkeeper. Jour nal, res. 201 south High street. Field, Nelll H., attorney at law, new Armijo bldg.; res. 905 west Tijerf avenue. Fielder. H. Frank, foreman mi vi..m Lumber Co., res. 1011 north Sec ond street. Fields, Charles G.. porter Elks' club, res. 311 north Arno street. Fields. Charles, cook Rico cafe, res 613 west Tljeras avenue. Fifer, Flonclo, luborer, res. 825 south Broadway. Fllmore, Ilenson F.. advertising manager II. llfeld & Co.; res. iU west Marquette avenue. Finch, Miss Helen, stenographer San ta Fe office, res. 214 u south Sec ond street. Finch. Mrs. Mary (widow), rooming house, 214 H south Second street; res. same. Flndley, James C, salesman, res. 810 south Arno street. Flneron. Charles W., switchman, res. 104 east Coal avenue. Fink, Miss Mary, operator Colorado Telephone Co., res. 1008 south Arno street. Finnic, Donald K.. employe Alvarado laundry, res. Savoy hotel. Finnigan Company, John (D L Murphy, mgr), dealers In wool hides and pelts. 422-424 north Flryt street. First National Hank (J. S. Haynolds, pros; M. W. Flournoy, vice pres.; Frank McKee, cashier), corner Second street and Gold avenue. Fish, Edward H., switchman, res. 218 M; west Gold avenue. Fish, J. H.. wire chief Colorado Tele phone Co., res. 315 north Fourth street. Fisher, Adam, carpenter American Lumber Co. mills, res. lit nurth Second street. Fisher, Mrs. II. (widow). res. 308 west Ix;ad avenue. Fisher, Mrs. Elvira M. (widow), ten. 410 south Fourth street. Fisher, Fred W., res. 211 south First street. Fisher, Miss Iub(l!e, bookkeeper Im perial Laundry Co., res. 410 south Fourth street. Fisher, Katherlne. clerk II. llfeld & Co., res. 301 west Lead avenue. Fitzgerald, John, machinist Santa F-. shops, res. 623 south First street. Flahlve. A., res. 610 south Edith street. Flaming, Jac ob, prop, restaurant 311 south Flrt street; res. L.i Vetu rooming house. Flaws, ltobert, carpenter Santa Fe, shops, res. 101J south Edith street Fleln, John F.. carpenter, res. 311 east lA'Wls avenue. Fleischer. A , real estate and lnsur Itncp, 212 in south Second streel res. r.19 wet Tljeras avenue. Fletcher, Louis E . machinist. Sat. ta Fe shop.--, res. 1101 south Fourth street. Flournoy. J. '., treasurer Whitney Co.. re. 7.4 mirth Third streel Flournoy, M. W., vice president Firi National hank, res 100 south Arno street. Flovd, W. K.. carpenter, res. COS we.-t Silver avenue. Fluke, diaries, employe Hublis laiiu dry, res. 41 J wesi hant.i re five tlUe. Fluke. Edward I . engineer Crysl.i J i',., res p! west Santa Fe u- Directory 1907 nue. Fluke, F.thel. school teacher, res. 413 west Santa Fe avenue. Plunder, Lawrence W locomotive fireman, res. 612 south Arno street. Fogiirty, J., employe American Lum ber Co., res. 613 north Eighth street. Fogarty. Thomas, employe American Lumber Co., res. 613 north Eighth I street. I Foraker, Creighto.i .V., United States marshal for New Mexico, rooms 21-24 Grant bldg.; res. north of Indian school. Forbes, Wm. R., chief deputy United States marshal, res. 104 north Eighth street Ford, Miss Hell, dressmaker, res. 205 south Arno street. Ford, Isaac 11., clerk 13. llfeld & Co.. res. 222 north Walter street. Ford, Mrs. Johanna (widow), res. 410 west Silver avenue. Ford, John P., employe American Lumber Co., res. 410 west Silver avenue. Ford, Lee M., contractor, res. 706 north Twelfth street. Ford, Nora C, housekeeper, res. 410 west silver avenue. Ford, Timothy J locomotive engl neer, res. 410 west Sliver avenue. Ford, Wm. E employe Santa Fe shops, res. 214 west Cromwell ave nue. Fortenbachcr, J. (1., prop. St. Claire hotel; res. same. Foster. A. O., res. 613 west Marble avenue. Foster, Margarette, kitchen employe Alvarado hotel, res. same. Foster, Wesley, clerk F. G. Pratt & Co., res. 726 south Edith street. Fouch, Ira, fireman Santa Fa Ry., res. 214t south Second street, Fournelle, Edward, carpenter, res 403 south Ilroadway Fouts, Harry J., ticket agent A., T. & S. F. Ry., res 826 north Fourth street. Fouts, Mrs. Lizzie, res. 1111 north Second Btreet. Fouts, Ralph, employe A. T. & S. F. Ry., res. 1111 north Sosond street. Fowler, C. F., employe A. T. & S. F. Ry., res. 904 south Third street. Fowler, John, grocery clerk, res. 934 north Kighth street. Fox, Herbert K., secretary and man ager J. li. O'Reilly Drug Co., res. 106 north Twelfth street. Fox, Miss Mabel, clerk. Economist, res. but south Third street. Fox, R. P., carpenter, res. 625 south Arno street. Fox, Wm. P., carpenter Santa Fe shops, res. 501 south Third street. Foy, Mrs. May A. (widow), res. 923 south Third street. Fracraroll, Frank, stone cutter, res. 206 west Atlantic avenue. Fraccaroli, Louis, clerk, Club pool room; res. corner Atlantic avenue and Second street. Frampton, Nat 11., druggist B. H. Brlggs & Co., res. Sll oast Grand avenue. Francis, W. li., secretary Whitney Co., res. 224 west Sliver avenue. Franco, Francisco, res, 413 north Arno street. Franco, Nicholas, porter, res. 414 north Broadway, Frane, Mrs. George, res. 206 south Edith street. Frank, A. J., mining engineer. re3. room 408 Occidental bldg. Frank, C. J., blacksmith, 316 west Copper avenue; res. 1400 south Ilroadway. Frank, Edward, rullway mall clerk. res. 309 Granite avenue. Franka. Charles, brakeman Santa Fe Ry., res. 204 north Arno street. Franklin, Mrs. J. K.. res. 1002 south Edith street. Franklin, John, employe. Morning Journal, res. 1002 south Edith street. Franklin M, r.ts. 302 south Second stmet. Frantlven. H.. employe American Lumber Co., res. 33 north Twelfth street. Eraser, A., res. 116 south High street. Fraser. Mrs. R. W.. dressmaker. re. 1416 south Edith street. Fraser. William, plumber' appren tlce, res. 116 south High street. Fraser, William, sheep grower, rea 307 south Arno street. Frazier, James, lineman, res. 503 west Tljeras avenue. Frazier, William, machinist Santa Fe shops, res. 633 south First street, Fredericks, C. p., blacksmith Albu querque Carriage Co., res. 417 north Arno street. Fredericks, Harry 1'., clgarmaker H. Westerfeld's, res. 417 north Ami street. Fredericks, John W., clgarmaker, II. Westerfeld's, res. 417 north Arno street. Fredericks. Ix-wis, Westerfeld's, res. street. Frederlckson, John, clgarmaker, 11. 417 north Anu shoemaker, 109 south Third street; rs 605 weal Lead avenue. French Bakery (Stevens & Bowyer, props), '206 east Railroad avenue. French, Chester T., clerk Strong's furniture store; res. 201 north Sec ond street. French, John K, clerk Malay's gro cery, res. 1036 south Broadway. Freelove, H. P.. carpsntor-, res. $03 north First street. Freelove, Roy, engineer. res. north First street. Freelove, Howard, electrician 903 res. 903 north First street. Freeman, Mrs. Nellie, res. 4;o west Lead avenue. Fretwell. Hugh, res. 1403 west Ko.ua avenue. Friant, Thomas, capitalist, res. lit west Copper avenue. Frledberg, Ben, (Fried berg Bros.), res. 319 north Fourth street. Frledberg Bros., haberdashers, 105 south Second street. Freidberg, Ben (Friedberg Bros), res. Sixth street and Tljeras ave nue. Frink, G., employe Americuu Lumber Co., res. Hotel Navajo. Frlshinari, Mose, clerk B. llfeld & Co., res. Fifth street, near Tljeras avenue. Frost, George 11., conductor Santa IV Ry., res. 302 west Iron avenue. Frost, R. A., assistant cashier First National bunk; res. 621 wc-st Coal avenue. Fuliher, Floyd F., employe Culbiim's employment oflice, res. lit west Silver avenue Fuller, F. W, re. '..VI -..nth IMkii street. Fullerlon. .1 E. street. Fulkerson, K. W East street. s 62', south Ari,. arpi n: ;. i .-s 1 0" I Kuraman, Am. mo, traveling ag .it. res. 601 east Silver avenue. Futrelle. W. V., furniture dealer, oo ner Second street ami Coal ave nue: res. 514 south Broadway (ConliiiiK-tl Tomorrow ) Our Prices are right All Kinds Commercial Printing Having Added Large Invoices of New Type Faces and Latest Styles of Papers, We Can Please You All Kinds of Pamphlet and Catalogue Work I EVENING CITIZEN . . . PUBLISHED BY . . . The Citizen Publishing Co. 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