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TIICUSIIAT, JtTI.Y 2S, 1907,
ALBUgUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
NEW. DEPOT TO
BE BUILT AT
Probability of Fine Stone
Structure at Carbon
Gallup, X. M., July 25. (SkHiiI
''rpi'sMiink'iHT.) The oft rept-ateJ
lumur that Uallup Is to have a new
depot has been revived, and those In
position to know a thing or two about
wh;tt the Santa Fe proposes to do In
fiullup seem sanguine that the latest
depot story Is not myth.
The new tlepot, according to your
correspondent's Informant, will be
tone and as commodious as the
W'inslow depot. It will be located
Just west of the big wholesale house
of C. X. Cotton, where the tanta Ke
has a large plat of vacant ground.
This ground, which Is much lower
than the railroad yards now, will be
rilled In. While this work Is being
done the old depot will bo made
more adequate to the Santa Fe's
growing business In Gallup, by a few
changes. The second story of the old
depot, which Is used at present as a
dwelling, will be converted Into of
fice rooms and several of the many
departments now crowded Into the
small rooms on the first floor, will
be moved up stairs. The waiting
room, will also be made larger.
Another improvement the Santa Fe
contemplates making In Gallup is the
construction of a reading room build
ing. The site chosen for the reading
room is directly In front of the Cot
ton store. It will be just across the
street and several tracks, and only a
couple of hundred feet from the prln.
clpal part of the town. A wholesale
house of Las Vegas desired to build
a branch house on this piece of
ground a few years ago but the San
ta Fe refused to grant the privilege.
The excuse the Santa Fe gave at that
time for not granting the wish of the
wholesale people was that the ground
was already selected for another pur
pose. That purpose Is now made pub
lic. The new reading room will be
of stone, and according to plans will
cost In the neighborhood of $20,000.
Santa l-'e's New Well.
Gus Mulholland, the veteran well
digger of the Carbon City, has Just
finished sinking a 1,600 foot well for
the Santa Fe's water supply. The
new well Is ten inches In diameter and
about a hundred feet north of the
well where the town secures its water
supply. In fact It Is In such close
proximity to the city's well that some
fear that the supply of the latter will
be materially affected. The water in
both wells Is very soft. A chemical
analysis reveals that the water con
tains only one per cent of solids. It
is considered on a par with Flagstaff
water for engine use, and Flagstaff
water Is considered the finest engine
water on the entire Santa Fe system.
I'larkvllle Ciwil Camp.
Two months ago, when Kese Hed
dow undertook the rejuvenation bf
the Clarkville coal camp for the
American Fuel company, he came
near finding an elephant on his
hands, to suy nothing of what the
American Fuel company got when it
bought the property from Senator
Clark. This Is evident by the aspect
the place presents to the casual ob
server. The Clark interests had let
things run very much to the bad,
buildings and mine. Rut the new
owners are going ahead heroically
with the work of rejuvenation, and
their labor Is telling already.
l new ami more adequate water
system has been installed under the
.supervision of Mr. Keddow. The
town, which wus almost wholly de
populated at the time the properly
parsed from Clark to the present own
ers. i beginning to lill up ag.iln,
though there are yet many empty
houses for more miners, who are be
ing sou-'ht aJ'ei' vigorously. Labor Is
very sea ice.
There a re about lo0 men employed
in the Clarkville camp n t present.
About Xi'U tons of coal are being tak
en out by tills force la addition to
a lilt!" iimoimt of development work
that is goi: g on in the mine. The
miners are ii( dying r s cents a ton
for ilii'.-'lng c 'III. and 3 and ? i for
- elo.iiient work. Tito men make
.s- i i idem e that lhe American Fuel
miNiny inn-Mls to do things In tin:
!: iiviili' camp, a diamond drill is
:K til'' coal delie-lt ,'lbr.ut "tie
r'.lna-t of the old mine, 'ill-'
rating the drill refuse to il.s-
... I till
' drill is
hat the I
Cnvcd Throe of t,i Faintly with One
I'o'll'' of CIuiiiiIm lain - i'oli.'.
Cholera mid li.ai i lioea Homed v.
"1 purchased a botlle of Ch.unber
' : ,'s Colk', Cheder.i and Diai'ili-ci
I : -ii . I'y, anal ioand it to be ,,V
i nn .i f T :t in the alert' vnv.".
Iir.ee of tu fan.l'y h.ve u.-.-.l it ,ih
ind rc uits in rii'n-m-r otnt.iahu."
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rowevcr. t y u.e use oi uoir.er s t riend i ciore lubv coir..:s, as tins
jrrcat liniir.-Mt alwnys prt-pirei the liodv fur 1!:; 'train ttpun it, and
preserve tie synnr.i-try of her form. Mother's Friend (.vcr, nine, n'.I tl.o
dsner of c!iiM-birth, and carries the expectant inotht-r safely through
t!:i critical period without pain. It ii woman's greatest l-'csMiig.
Tl.ouiar.ai ntefuHy tell cf the benefit and relief derived from the
e ol tins wmuieriui
remeily. .1.1 by all
Jrt;.T,':tj at Ci.oo psr
bo-.:-, our little iJUU
I Lr as
bot'U. - "is -. all ul.out
tun li'it r.i nt,
will Vjc M?nt frrr.
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Sad-Eyed Alan Tells How He
Got "Rich" Off
"It certainly looks as If a man
could move out on the mcua and
make some money raising chickens."
said the .M.ui-w ho-makes-frlends-w
herever-he-gws, as he looked over
the score card and saw that a half
spring would cost him forty cents and
sixty to lmtcrvlew a whole one. The
receiver of the conversation was the
sadeyed young man on the next
stool. He did the rest of the con
versing. "There Is no doubt m my mind
that there Is a lot of money In rais
ing thickens," replied the sadeyed
one, "and do you know that there
are morei chickens, bigger chickens
and better chickens raised on the
back platform and the three rear
seats for pmokers on street cars be
tween 7 iind S o'clock every morn
ing than there Is In all the rest of
"I got that 'Model Chicken Farm'
bug once where you tell your
friends how you can alwnys sell all
the eggs you could raise for five or
ten cents above the market price to
the drug stores and saloons, becaime
thoy have o have them fresh for
mixed drinks and nil that sort of
gush. O, yes. Finally got It so bad
1 had to go to the good old Doc for
treatment nnd he a!d he had one
remedy that so far had never failed
to cure It, and that was to try and
perform the mime ntunts with real
hene and real eggs, that you do with
the ones you put on paper, and If
that failed, he would charge me
nothing for his services.
11111 KIToct When Married.
"Of course, while I was eingle the
microbe annoyed me, but as I was
very busy seeing that all tho swing
ing doors In town were properly
hung, I didn't get very far past the
stage of reproaching myself for be
ing a ucker for working when I
might have my chicken farm run
ning and taking It easy. Hut when
I made the leap for life. Oi! Ol! I
decided I might as well show all
scoffers and nonbelieveru that this
chicken ranch was the real system.
"I discarded that paper which
tells you "So nnd So was pounds the
best and .should have won,' and that
'Mazoozoo was In game and forward
contention and would bear watching
his next out' and became a regular
readier of the weekly 'Farmyard.' In
each number of the Farmyard there
appeared on article which nhowed by
actual figures, where some thrifty
housewife, had ptarted with one doz
en eggs, which she nt under a bor
rowed hen and obtained the follow
Erected and paid for 1 hen
house S 47.00
Sixty-three Air., eggs (home
use), average price 17l,&
per doaen 11.02
Fifty-four dozen wild nt
same price 9.45
Mad wo many chickens to
eat got tired of keeping
tab on them.
Chickens on hatul at end of
year (275) worth 75c
apiece Jl 37.50
"After reading about eight like
this we could stand it no longer and
proceeded to hunt houses till we
found the original 'build a nest for
birdie' cozy cottage, which had a
backyard that looked ns If It reached
from Fifth Mreet to the railroad and
closed a 5-year lease on it so as not
to be disturbed by the Jealous owner
jut as we pot to making a lot of
money and have to move. t cer
u.lnly looked like stealing from the
man, this uniting his place and then
laying It with th" chicken profits.
Platform Poultry S inllcate.
"The lli'M niornn.g after we move 1
out th' re I grabbed ;,,. rear plat
f..ini of the t'.:2n car. and there was
a led hit s ssj,,., ,n- tlie poultry syn
dicate. After li-'.ening to a l.tigtliv
discussion as to tl'.e lust means of
destroying miles without destioylng
the chickens I thought this would
le the tea! Informalioii bur. a'l, and
waited for a lull in the c-onvcisation
w in n I horned in with :
"Pardon the i.im, but i an r.ny of
vou gentlemen i;ie lr.o anv dope us
to which chick.-!. s 1 sin ui I .-tart ii
wl'ir: You ki.ow I in t moved .'.it
lene and lay wife win's to ket p :i
lew of tie 111.'
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l'vcry vnniitn rrrcts a
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m.itiviil tlktii !-'il i- t-.a
loss (,i their pr'i
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can le avoijod.
VU Wj LJ kit KiamW i
glv me a bunch of thone thlngn.
"'Get yourself noma game chick
en, klddo.' said a man that looked
like a preacher. "Finest chickens In
tine world. Look good, taste good,
snd th finest mothers you ever saw.
Het you never heard of a mt getting
any young game, did you?"
" 'Fine mothers all right,' until old
man Plymouth Hock, 'and it's one
grand cinch no rat will ever get 'em.
Why, they kill off one another be
fore thoy get big enough for a rat
to see 'em. Thoy start fighting be
fore they're out of the shell.'
Turned to I 'arm yard."
"K.ich man had his own particular
breed nnd everyone else that tried to
rut one up for inspection got B-s
many raps as the others could hand
Ivlm. So I went bnck over the Farm
yard for the la."t eight weeks and.
although they weren't playing any
favorite. It looked ns If Rhode Is
land lteds wns tire one best bet.
'Wonderful egg machines,' was he
way they styled them! so It was me
for the Reds with the following re
1 dozen chickens, cost $1 per
1 model chicken house 30.no
1 watch dog 10.00
"In return for this I had: A few
eggs to eat at an average cost ot
nine cents per egg. In the spring we
saved them to set, when It got hot
the hens quit laying.
"Chickens to eat, none. Wife made
pets out of them, knew 'em all by
their first names and every time I
suggested killing one I wns asked to
descrllie which one I wanted to kill:
In return she would say: 'Are you
actually cruel enough to kill that
one? Why, I'd rather lose them all
"liaised a fine lot of springers,
which were kept In the ) ouse during
bad weather, and every time It rain
ed It was me up and out to be sure
'biddies' were locked up so they
wouldn't get wet. Soon as the afore
said 'biddies' became frying size
some guy came along, poisoned the
dog and stole the whole works..
"O, yies, there's a lot of money
In chickens, same as there is In gold
mines, but you hardly ever take It
CKKTIl'ICATK OF COMPARISON.
Territory of Xew Mexico, otlice of
I. J. W. ltaynolds, secretary of the
territory of New Mexico, .do hereby
certify that there was filed for rec
ord in this otlice at 9 o'clock a, m.,
on the 16th day of July, A. D. 1907,
Certificate of Amendment to Articles
of Incorporation of Sellers) Print
ing ConiMtiiy, CTuinglng Xanic
to Albright and Ander
and also, that I have compared the
following copy of the same, with the
original thereof now on file, and de
clare it to be a correct transcript
therefrom and of the whole thereof.
Given under my hand and the great
seal of the territory of New Mexico,
at the city of Santa Fe, the capital,
on this 16lh day of July. A. D. 1907.
J. W. RAYNOLDS,
Secretary of New Mexico.
JI. P. FLINT,
Certificate of Change of Name.
This Is to certify that the board of
directors of The Sellers Printing Com
pany, principal otlice Albuquerque, N.
M., D. K. ii. Sellers, agent, on June
19th, 1907, passed a resolution that
it was advisable to change the name
of said company from "The Sellers
Printing Company" to "Albright and
Anderson, Incorporated," and it was
further resolved to call a meeting of
the stockholders on July 11th, 1907,
to take action thereon; that notice of
Bid resolution and meeting of stock
holders was given personally to all
the stockholders of said company on
June 19th, 1907. and that on "July
11th. 1907, two-thirds in Interest of
each class of stockholders having vot.
lng powers, namely, 6.000 shares of
stock, voted In favor ol said resolu
tion to change said name as afore
said. In witness whereof, the president
and secretary of the said Sellers
Printing Company have hereunto set
their hands and seals and have affix
ed hereunto the corporate seal of
GEO. F. ALRRIG-HT.
President of Sellers Printing Com
WARD D. AXOKRSOX,
Secretary of Sellers Printing Com
Territory of Xew Mexico, County of
on this 13th day of July, 1907,
before me personally appeared Ueorge
F. Albright and Ward D. Anderson
and say that thoy are respectively the
president and tha secretary of said
Sellers Printing Company; that the
seal alllxed to said instrument Is the
corporate seal ot said corporation;
and that said Instrument was signed
anil sealed in behalf of said corpora
tion by authority of its board of ui
rectors, and said George F. Albright
and Ward ID. Anderson acknowledg
ed said instrument to be the free act
and deed of said corporation.
In witness whereof, 1 have hereun
to set rny hand and affixed my no
tarial seal the day and year last above
II HUBERT F. RATXOLDS,
(SEAL.) Notary Public.
Territory of New Mexico, County of
On this 13th day of July, 1907,
before me appeared George F. Al
bright and Ward Anderson, and be
ing by me duly sworn gay that they
are respectively the president and
the secretary of the above named
Sellers Printing Company, that at a
meeting of the stockholders of said
corporation duly called according to
law, the assent of two-thirds in In
terest of each class of stockholders
was given to the above alteration In
the change of name of said corpora
tion namely from the "Sellers Print
Ign Company" to "Albright and An
GEO. F. ALBRIGHT,
WARD D. ANDERSON.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
the day and year last above writ
HERBERT F. RAYXOLDS.
(SEAL.) Notary Public.
No. 5062. Cor. Ree d. Vol. 5, Pago
t'ortiflcnto of Amendment to Articles
or IncotroraUon of Sellers I .riot
ing Conipnny, Changing Name
to Albright and Ander
Filed In oillce of secretary of New
Mexico July 16, 1907. 9 a. m.
J. W. RAYXOLDH,
Compared O. to M.
Territory of New Mexico, County of
This instrument was filed for record
on the 17th day of July, 1U07, at 3:50
o'clock p. m.
Recorded in Vol. B. Misc. of Rec
ords of said county, folio 251.
A. E. WALKER.
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UATA' FARIO RAILROAD KWTKS
J. A. WEINMAN
Will HOLD SESSIONS
The Torrance county teachers' In
stitute which Is now In session, at
Kstancia is being well attended and
promises to be very successful. As
sistant Superintendent of Public In
struction Alfredo M. Sanchea will de
liver an address during the session
but It has not yet been decided
whether he will speak In the English
or the Spanish language. County Su
perintendent J. C. Jaramillo has the
matter under advisement.
The Eddy county institute will be
held at Dayton August 18 to August
14. It will be conducted by Dr. C.
M. Light, president of the Silver City
Normal school, assisted by Professor
A. A. Keyser, superintendent of the
public schools nt Dayton,
Professor D. C. Taylor nnd Mrs.
John Milne of Albuquerque will nave
charge of the GuadaJupe county in
stitute which will be held at Santa
Rosn from August 12 to August 24.
other Institutes will be as follows:
Roosevelt county, nt Portalcs. August
5 .to August 17. Conductor, Superin
tendent H. F. Urown, of Arteslo.
Sandoval county, at Rernnllllo, Au
gust 5 to August 17. Conductor, J. A.
Miller, of Albuquerque.
San Juan county at Aztec, August
5 to August 17. Conductor, W. E.
Garrison, of Santa Fe.
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BUILDIXO PAPER Alwayl In stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement.
Paint. Glass, Bash, Doora. Etc,
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBCQUERQUE, NEW MKX.
A. C. BILICKE and JOHN 8. MITCHELL inTlte their friend to males
New Mexico headquarter at
The Hollenbech Hotel
Los Angeles, California
Tour friendship and patronage la appreciated. Courtesy and
attention to guests is a pleasure ta us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe
better than ever. Location convenient and desirable.'
Depot and beach line car atop at th Hollenbeck door.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
ft. . MALL. Proftrtoior
Iron and Bras Casting; Ore, Coal and Lumber Car; Shaft
Ins, Pulleys, Orad Bars, Babbit Metal; Column aaJ Irom
Front for Buildings.
Rmomtrm on Minim mud Mill Mmmmlmmrw m Iniii.n.
Foundry east side of railroad track.
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Lumber, Glass, Cement
First and Marquette
o o o
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J 2 0 West Railroad Avenue
317-319 S. Second St.
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