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THt'RRDAY, AlTGV8T 1, 1907.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PUBUG FUNDS FOR MONTH OF JULY Territorial Treasurer Makes Report of Receipts From Many Sources. fan la Fi X. M., August 1. The follow iiff jmblic funds huve boen ro opivpi by Territorial Treasurer J. H. Vaughn for the month of July: From United States treasurer, an nual appropriation for support anil maintenance of College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, $30,(100. J. W. HaynoWs, secretary of tne territory, corporation filings for quar ter ending June 30, $4,600. Vernon I... Sullivan, territorial en gineer, credit of hydrographlc survey, $169.80. Jacabo Chaves, superintendent of Insurance, insurance fund. $267. Hubert P. Krvien, secretary of capitol custodian commission, rent for legislative halls from United States. $1,200. Robert P. Krvien, commissioner of public lands, to credit of following funds: Common school Income fund. $93.15; University Income fund, $4,130; Palace Income fund, $140. To tal. $4,363.15. W. C. Barnes, secretary of Cattle Sanitary bonrd cattle Indemnity fund. $2,797.25. Marlon Littrell, superintendent of penitentiary, convicts' earnings fund, $3,689.42. A. M. Hergere. clerk of First Judi cial district, clerk's fees, $446.50. John Venable, clerk of Second Judicial district, clerk's fees. $633.25. V. K. Martin, clerk of Third Juui clal district, clerk's fees, $586.30. Secundino Uomero, clerk of Fourth Judicial district, clerk's fees. $544.10. S. I. Roberts, clerk of Fifth Judi cial district, clerk's fees, $827.25. Charles P. Downs, clerk of Sixth Judicial district, clerk's fees, $468.70. liernallllo County John S. Heav en, treasurer: Tax of 1906, $18, 582.05. Chaves Countv J. Smith Iea, treasurer: Tax of 1902. $13.44; 1904. $3.65; 1905. 24c; 1906, $10,805.70. Total, $10,822.94. Colfax County George J. Pace, treasurer: Tax of 1906, $4,968.70. Dona Ana County Oscar Lohman, treasurer: Tax of 1903. 30c; 1904, $2.S2; 1905, $1.79; 1906, $5,833.39. Total. $5,838.30. Eddy County-W. H. Marchant, treasurer: Tax of 1906, $5,896. Grant Countv Jackson Agee, treasurer: Tax of 1904, $2.40; 1905, $40.11; 1906, $4,344.92. Total, $5, 387.43. Guadalupe County Jose Y rmt Jo, treasurer: Tax of 1906. $721.20. Luna Countv E. J. Carskadon, treasurer: Tax of 1905. $25.84; 1906, $2,389.83. Total. $2,415.67. Lincoln County J. M. Penfleld, treasurer: Tax of 1904, 31c; 1905, $2.23; 1906, $3,180.b4. Total, $3, 183.08. McKlnley County- Palmer Kett ner, treasurer: Tax of 1906, $169.96. Mora County Charles IT. Strong, treasurer: Tax of 1902, 18c; 1903, 61c; 1904. 59c; 1905. 93c; 1906, $359.30. Total, $361.61. Otero Countv J. C. Dunn, treasur er: Tax of 1905, $8.11; 1906, $1, 455.83. Tota. $1,463.94. Quay County Floreneio Martinez, treasurer: Tax of 1906, $912.06. Hlo Arriba County Miguel A. Gonzales, treasurer: Tax of $3, 064.08. Roosevelt County P.. J. Reagan, treasurer: Tax of 1905, $25.89; 19i, $4,485.39. Total, $4,511.28. Sandoval County Alejandro San doval treasurer: Tax of 1906, $2, 136.55. San Juan County V. E. Williams, treasurer: Tax of 1906. $2,030. San Miguel County Eugenlo Ro mero, treasurer: Tax of 1901, 16c; 1904. 3c; 1905. $3.65; 1906, $2,71.9 46. Total. $2,723.30. Santa Fe County Celso Lopez, treasurer: Tax of 1902, 8c: 1905, 37c; 1906. $2,636.09. Total, $2,636. 54. Sierra Countv John C. Plemmons, treasurer: Tax of 1906, $2,390.91. Socorro County Jose E. Torres, treasurer: Tax of 1902. $1.77; 1904 86c; 1905. $4.96; Total. $1,452.28. Taos County treasurer: Tax of 1906, $1,444.69. -Xlcolas Anaya, 1906, $887.76. Torrance Countv Xacarlo Torres, treasurer: Tax of 1906. $181.84. Union Countv S. A. Mestas, treas urer: Tax of 1 903, 41c; 1906, $1, 438.42. Total. $ 1,438.83. Valencia County Solomon Luna, treasurer: Tax of 1906, $7,098.20. "ItcKiiliir- nx tli' Sun." N an expression as old as the race. Xo doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular perform ance in the universe, unless It Is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Pr. King's New Life PilK Guaranteed by all drug gists. 25c. ISN'T A MAN EASY? MONDAY I PTYPP DfAKEST TO WIFEY (? HELPMErr, FRIDAY TO QET A NICE FAt i I LETTER BY J Territorial Topics The Socorro county fair promises to be a humjTier. W. H. Tarr and Miss Lillian Hoi stein were married at Silver City Sunday. That Socorro Is a "live one" Is con clusively proven by the "big doingi" In the Gem City. J. L. Feeney and Miss Eva Crls well were united in marriaga Sunday at Silver City, X. M. Socorro Is figuring on sending a ball team to compete lu the contests at the territorial fair. J. V. Jenkins was wedded to Miss Kate Mackal at Silver City, X. M . Sunday evening In the presence of a number of friends. At Morenclal, Ariz., last week Dep uty Sheriff Len Scott took the no torious Tmbe Lacy to the county Jail, w here he wil be held on a charge of horse stealing. Lacy was released from the penitentiary only a few weks ago. where he served a term of two years for cattle stealing. Ben Ferguson and his wife, Belle Ferguson, the woman who figured as a principal in a sensational elope ment, terminating In a tragedy in the town of Mesa, Ariz., on June 1 bust, have become reconciled and are again living in Safford, going there from Mesa the latter part of last week. The first legal marriage license ever Issued to a Mohave-Apache In dian was Issued at Phoenix, Ariz., Tuesday by Judge Jhllllps to an In dian named George Hay, who mar ried an Indian girl who lives at Kel vin. The ceremony was performed by V. H. Gill, the Indian agent who has been stationed at McDowell res ervation. A man giving his name as John Scruggs was arested at Bisbee. Ariz., Tuesday on a charge of passing a worthless check on the Copper Queen store, for the sum of $7.50, which was paid him. Other checks were pased In the city, by Scruggs, the of ficers say, two on Williams & Tovrea, aggregating $38. and one on Dick Humphreys for $66. Cards have been received by friends In this city announcing the marriage on Tuesday, July 23, at At wood. Illinois, of Miss Mary Olive W'rightsman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Wrightsman to Charles Gott. The newly married couple will be at home after September 1 at Franklin, Louisiana. ' Miss Wrights man was formerly a teacher In the Santa Fe public schools. In the district court at Globe. Ari zona, the Old Dominion Commercial company has filed suit against the Keystone Copper company to recover upon a promissory note for $35,566. 29. The amount was borrowed by the Keystone company for a period of three months, secured by a mort gage upon the mines of the company in this district. The Old Dominion Commercial company asks that the mortgage lien be foreclosed. Jose Dolores Vigil of Taos, died Tuesday at St. Vinvent's hospital In Santa Fe. He had been a patient of the Institution only three days, his condition being precarious when he was brought to Santa Fe for treat ment. He had been a sufferer from a cancer of the neck which finally resulted in his demise. Mr. Vigil was fifty-live years of age and was a ratK'her by occupation. He leaves a family consisting of four sons and one daughter. His wife has been dead for some time. Papers have been filed at Phoenix, Ariz., for the Gold Reserve Mining and Mlllng company, capital stock $1,000,000; Incorporators It. W. Cor rel, F. D. Cooper; Inyo-Mezpah Cop per Mining company, capital stock $1,000,000; incorporators R. V. Cor rell, F. D. Cooper; Greenstone Cop per Bill Mining company, capital stock $1,000,000; Incorporators J. A. Laney. E. J. Phelan, J. E. Wait; Colorado Coal, Clay and Copper com pany, capital stock $1,000,000; In corporators George S. Hall, H. P. Hardy, C. A. Mcljelland; J. H. orms by company, J. H. Ormsby, Stacy C. Ijimb, W. A. Ventur; Ely King Cop per and Lead company, capital stock $3,000,000, Incorporators Alfred Adams, J. Norton Adams, Hunter B. Supples; D. and M. Curtain Fixture company, capital $500,000, incorpora tors J. M. Green, C. E. Hickok, J. D. Dolso. For an Inipaiml .H'lit To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few ilosi-s of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of De troit, Mich., says: "They restored my appetite when Impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling ami caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels." Price 25 cents. Sam ples free. All druggists. Subscribe for Tlio Cmwn and kH the news. WEDNESDAY. .J N0THEK X OH TO (what RHYME WIFfcT 1,. WITM -V birdie. SATURDAY PictuRf pamTX post cakd I r-AO VAII I to AM lUlTF V K wv rn COMMERCIAL CLUB Mountalnnlr, X. M August 1. (Sxflal.) At an enthustic meeting held In Dunlavy hall last night the Mountalnnlr Commercial club was organized with the following named officers: Jas. H. Rhnads, president; Jas. P. Dunlavy, vice president; Wm. M. McCoy, secretary; John A. Land, Personal knowledae this competitive ace and possessor in the front ranks of The Well Informed of the World. A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to the achievement of lh highest excellence in any field of human effort. A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Functions and Knowl edge of Products are all of the utmost value and in questions of life and health when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, matf 'f i'ed by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an ethical product which has met w. .. ie approval of the most eminent physicians and gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of Known Quality. Known Excellence and Known Comnonent Parts and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well Informed of the j world, who know of their own and best or family laxatives, for This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of Syrup of Figs and has attained to world wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its pure laxative principles, obtained from and the Well Informed of jirlnnted tfi mnr lalirtrat Lluur of Senna as but doubtless it will name of Syrup of name of the LOUISVILLE, KY. r treasurer, and John W. Corbett, Geo. V. Hanlon, Jan. P. Dunlavv, Sherman S. Carmony, Jas. E. Alstaten and John A. Land, executive committee, of which the president Is ex-ofliclo chairman. Arrangements were mada with If. W. Campbell, of Lincoln, Neb., the npostle of dry farming, to lecture here some time In August or the first of September. It Is proposed to make an exhibit of products grown here and If possible, to get excur sions from Albuquerque, Santa Fe and other local points and also from the east over the new Helen cut-off. OF Personal Knowledgi is trie winning factor in the culminarinff when of ample character it Dlaces its personal knowledge and from actual use that which no extravagant or unreasonable claims Senna, are well known to physicians the world to be the best we have namn rf inin r,( Flrr. r.A more fully descriptive of the remedy, .Vm I always be called for by the shorter Figs and to get its beneficial effects, always note, when purchasing the full Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package. whether you call for byrup of r lgs or by the full name Syrup of Fiet and Elixir of Senna. w- . SAN FRANCISCO. CAU londotle ng l an d . We Take the Firsts! THE BIG FAIR New Mexico's Twenty-Seventh Annual Territorial Fair Association OCTOBER 7 to 12 INCLUSIVE ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO $8,000 FOR TROTTERS, PACERS. AND RUNNERS 'I i-t jt t i n sc unrl F? ci ts i n Program Purse No. 12:17 Pace .... $1,000 Purse No. 2 2:20 Trot ..... 1,000 Purse No. 32:13 Pace .... 1,000 Purse No. 42:25 Pace ..... 500 Purse No. 5 Free-For-All-Pace - . . 1,000 Purse No. 62:30 Trot ... . 500 (Running I jjr-f i 1 1 1 PubllHhed L,uter) The Best Horses on the Colorado, Kansas and Texas Circuits-Big List of Entries and Whirlwind FinishesThat's All RAILWAY RATES. HALF FARE OR BETTER J. A. WEINMAN President Mr. Campbell has under considera tion the matter of putting In a model farm at this place and will spend a day or two here looking over the situation. One of the features of his entertainment wll bo n drive to the old apple trees at Manzano, In which Mr. Campbell Is greatly Interested. De Witt's Little Early Ulsers don't sicken or gripe. Small pills, easy to take. Sold by J. H. O' Hlelly & Co. De Witt's Carbonized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and heals quickly. Sold by J. H. O'Hielly & Co. contests of fortunate f it is the first are made 7: 1,, V . NEW" YORKiN.Y' JAY A HUBBS Manager J. C. BALDRIDGE OCA LCK IN NATIVE A MO CHICAGO LUMBER SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT-Covers mors, look! best, wsars th longest, most tconotnlcal; full measure. BUILDINQ PAPER Always m atock. Plaster, Lime, Cement. Paint, Olasa, Bash, Doors, Etc. FIRST STREET AXP COAL AVE. ALIJCQCERQCE, NEW MEX. A. C. BrLICKE and JOHN 8. MITCHELL Invite their friends to malm Kf$Saffiaiiat. New Mexico headquarters at - Kmrrmtsfsmmm. The Hollenbech Hotel Los Angeles, California Tour friendship and patronage is appreciated. Courtesy and attention to guests is a pleasure us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe better than ever. Location convenient and desirable. Depot and beach line cars stop at the Hollenbeck door. omomzmsmcAXMomcmcmcmomomo m Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works . P. HALL, Proprietor " ' Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaft ings. Pulleys. Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts for Buildings. Rpmlr eit Mining and mm Foundry east side of railroad track QOtK3K3fK3sX?tKC4K3sX THE Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL - Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Flintkofe Roofing First and Marqaette Albtsqoerqoe, New Mexico 00OrOis000(lO The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r. (12 0 West Railroad Ayentse iOiOieo0ooelOlsjw3leSOsShvaB Others Get the Flag ROY STAMM Secretary C.LKeppeler 317319 S, Second St. Phone 967 Albuquerque New Mexico Mmehlnory m mpooimlty Albuquerque, N. S4 000 Finest Whiskies Wines, Brandies. Etc. AMPLC A MO " CLUB HOOMB "