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Friday, march is. iwm.
OS. PATRICK CMML
THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE DAILY THAN YOU CAN SEE IN A MONTH
The Extensive Use of Timber
MaKes Preventatlon Necessary-Different
'ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING C111ZEN.
1 CLASSIFIED AP3
1 PATRICK . V
The vWt of Mrs. Patrick Campbell,
the greatest of English-speaking nct
rses. to Albuquerque is the most
notable event of the local dramatic
season. Her appearance at the Elks
theater in without question Important
theatrically and socially. for Mrs,
Campbell is not only one of the great
actresses of the world, ranking with
lt.rnhardt and Duse, but she la quite
a figure socially In London also. The
work of no player of the present day
his hren more seriously or wider dls-ru.-i.ed
than hers. Her engaging per
onality, her marvelous, though
strange, beauty, her extreme natural
ness and dlgnllled repose compels the
deepest interest and unfailing atten
tion in her every movement; In fact.
H is quite Impossible not to be In
terested in her, a peculiar fascination
rivets all eyes to her from the first
Imitant of her appearance upon the
scene and until he again disappears.
For her appearance In Albuquerque
Saturday, March 14, she will present
"The iNotorlous Mrs. Ebbsmith." This
is one of the four greatest successes
in her career, to which she Is limiting
her present American tour. Each role
is a recognized masterpiece.
WORK ON NEW
Bonds Sold to V. E. Sweet of Den
ver Slnicttuv Will tout $:l,300.
Work was begun today on the new
School house- In San Jose. The struc
ture will be one story, constructed of
cement blocks, and wi'l cost $3,500.
Honda to cover the amount were sold
to V. K. Sweet of Denver.
Superintendent Htnw) stated today
'he work would t. pushed as much
as possib e. M. 1. Sawtelle has the
The school at Oriogos will close for
the term tomorrow afternoon. Two
other "ountry schools have already
closed for tlve term, but a large per
rentiige of the others will continue
for mother month.
I want you to know how much
Chamberlain's Salve has done for me.
It has cured my face of a skln dis
ease of almost twenty years' standing.
I have been treated by several as
smart physicians as we have In this
country and they did me no good, but
two boxes of this salve has cured me.
Mrs. Fannie Griffin. Troy, All.
Chamberlain's Salve Is for sale by all
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, Land Of
fice at Santa Fe, X. M., Feb. 26,
Notice is hereby given that Bias
Gomez of Grant, N. M., has filed no
tice of his intention to make final
five-year proof In support of his
claim, viz.: Homestead Entry No.
7007, made April 29. 1902. for the lots
2. 3, and 4. SW. i NE.U Section 6,
Township 11 N., Range 8V., and that
said proof will be made before Geo.
H. Pradt, U. S. Court Commissioner
at Laguna. N. M., on April 13, 1908.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, the land,
viz.: Lucarlo Candelarla, of Grant,
N. M.; George R. Pradt, of I.aguna,
N. M.; Marcellno Abren, of San Ma
teo. N. M.: Juan de Jesus Velasquez,
of Grant, N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINGS. ;
Department of the Interior, Office of i
Indian Affairs. Washington. D. C i
Feb. 1. 1908. Sealed proposals;
plainly marked on the out.side of the
envelops "Proposals for Rulldings,
Leupp Si-hool, Navajo Extension,
Arizona." and addressed to the Com
missioner of Indian Affairs, Wash- ;
innton. D. C, will be received at the
Indian office until 2 o'clock p. m.
of March 17. 1908, for constructing
a hospital and making additions to
other buildings nt the Leupp School,
Navajo Extension, Arizona, in strict
accordance with the plans and speci
fications which may be examined at
this office, the offices of "The Citi
zen." Albuquerque, New Mexico, the
"New Mcxiian," Santa Fe, New Mex
ico, and at the school. For further
Information apply to Joseph E. Mix
well. Additional Farmer in Clurtre.
I.uinp. Arizona via Canon Diablo.
F. LA It R A BEE Acting Commis
sioner. (ood fur Everybody
Mr. Norman U. ('outer, a promi
nent architect in the Delbert build
ing. San Fianc.se.). says: "I fu'.'y
endorse ail that has been said of
Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine.
It is good for everybody. It corrects!
stomach, liver and kidney disorder
In a prompt anil efllclent manner an 1
builds up the system." Electric Hit
ters is the best spring medicir.e ever
h-ol, over a druggist's counter: as a
blood purifier it is unequalcd. a ne
at all dealers'.
See our window display of go-carts
tliU week. Biggest Mock and lowest
price. Fit! relic 1'uriillure Co.
It is estimated that a fence post,
which under ordinary circumstances
will last for perhaps two years, will,
if given preseratlve t.catment cost
ing about ten cents, last eighteen
Mil's. The service of other timbers,
.-uih ns railroad ties, telephone poles,
und mine props, can b.. doubled and
often trebled by Inexpensive preserva"
tiw treatment. Today, when the cost
-if wood Is a big item to every farm
er, every stockman, every railroad
manager to everyone, in fact, who
must use timber where It Is likely to
decay this is a fact which should be
It is t-ay to see that If the length
of time timbers can be used is dou
bled, only half a much timber will
be required as before and only one
half as much money will need to be
spent In the purchase of timber.
Moreover, many woods which were
for a long time considered almost
worthless ciin be treated and made
to last as long us the scarcer and
more expensive kinds.
of the actual saving In dollars and
cents through preservative treatment,
a fence post as was mentioned at the
beginning might nerve as one exam
ple. The post is of loblolly pine, and
costs, untreated, about eight cents, or,
Including the cost of setting, fourteen
cetits. It la.sts about two years. Com
pounding Interest at S per cent, the
annual churge of such a post is 7.53
cents: that Is. it costs 7.53 cents a
year to keep the post In service. Pre
servative treatment costing ten cents
will increase its length of life to about
eighteen years. In this case the total
cost of the post, set, Is 24 cents,
which compounded at fi per cent,
gives an annual charge of 2.04 cents.
Thus the saving due to treatment Is
.r. .49 cents a year. Assuming that
there are 200 prnt.s per mile, there is
a saving each year for every mile of
fence of n sum equivalent to the in
terest on $219.60,
In the same way preservative treat
ment will increase the length of life
of a loblolly pine railroad tie from
five years to twelve years and will
reduce the annual charge from 11.52
cents to 9.48 cents, which amounts
to a saving of $58.75 per mile.
It Is estimated that 150.000 acres
are required each year to grow tim
ber for the anthracite coal mines
alone. The average life of an un
treated mine prop U not more than
three years. By proper preservative
treatment it can be prolonged by
many times this figure. Telephone
and telegraph poles, which in ten or
twelve years, or even less, decay so
badly at the ground line that they
have to be removed, can, by a single
treatment of their butts, be made to
last twenty or twenty-five years. Sap
shingles, which .'lie almost valueless
In their natural state, can easily be
treated and made to outlast even
painted shingles of the most doc.iy
reslstiint woods. Thousands of dol
lars are lost every year by so-en''i d
"bluing" of freshly sawed supwuod
lumber. This can be prevented by
proper treatment, and nt a cost so
small as to put it within the re-ach
of the smallest operator.
In the South the cheap and abun
dant loblolly pine, one of ihe easiest
of all woods to treat, can by proper
preparation be made to take the
place of high grade longleaf pine for
many purposes. Black and tupelo
gums and other little-used woods
have a new and increasing impor
tance because of Die . possibility of
preserving them from decay at small
cost. In the N i i t heastern and Lake
states are tamarack, hemlock, beech,
birch and maple, and the red and
black oaks, all of which by proper
treatment may help to replace the
fact-diminishing white oak and cedar.
In the states of the Mississippi Valley
the pressing fencepost problem may
be greatly relieved by treating Mich
species as cottonwool, willow and
Circular 139 of the Forest Service,
"A Primer of Wood Preservation."
tell In simple terms what decay Is
end how it can lie retarded desi ribes
briefly certain preservative-- ami pro
cesses, gives examples of the saving
in dollars and cents, an. I 'ells what
wood preservation can d In the fut
ure. The circular can be bad free
upon application to the Forester, For
est Service. Washington. I). C.
MACHINE GUNS MOW
DOWN CHILE STRIKERS
Soldiers Open I "ire While Men re
Mas-', I a oil slaughter Hundred-.
San Franci.-co. March 13 Machine
BUn operated by Chilean government
forces in a great conflict with ftrik
crs at the nitrate beds and In the
t-'wn 'if l'iii.uc l.ii.i low 2 men.
m ist of them being killed, aecurd'ng
to advices received ctei ,l.,y by in.
steamer Christian Bors. which ar
rived direct from Chile.
Being ordered to disper-e the strik
ers, the soldiers suddenly opened f ic
while the men were massed and an
a, vt'ul -laugnter resulted. The remain
der of the strikers returned to work
attei burying their dead comrades.
It is .-al l that the mine o.vners will
voluntarily raise the pay of many em
ployes. or pain 1 r Thomas'
.'onc.est, cheapest lini
sed A huuseholj leln-
a for 'Z'o years.
FOR RENT Furnished room for
light housekeeping, 512 North
FOR RENT Two nice sunny rooms,
facing south, wlta board. Apply at
(15 East Central avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
with use of bath. Steam heat and
all conveniences. No Invalids. Ho
tel Craige. Silver avenue.
FoR BENT One rive and one six
room house; modern anil in the
heart of town. Bee Wm. Kleke,
211 South First street.
FOR RENT Furnished six-room
house with bath at 315 South
Broadway; no children or invalids
FOR RENT Four nice front rooms
for light housekeeping at 524 W.
Central; reasonable rents. Inquire
FOB RENT One large front room in
strictly modem house; suitable for
two persons If desired: applicant
must he well. Apply 202 S. Edith
"FOR SALE One draft horse. In
quire Citizen office.
FO R SALEJixTd-d riving or sad d 1 e
pony,' buggy and harness; also new
bicycle. Adr. Box 23. City.
FOR SALE New Underwood type
writer; our entire stock to be sac
rificed at $80.00. Alb. Typewriter
FolfSALE A first class drug store
in good live town in New Mexico.
Good prospects for a physician.
Apply Drugs, care Citizen.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a brand
new Stevens shotgun, never been
fired. A high grade and thorough
ly modern gun. Inquire at The
FOR SALE A fine Ilardman piano,
good as new, beautiful tone. A
chance to possess an instrument of
unexcelled make at Just half what
It Is worth. On exhibit at Whit
son's Music Store, 124 South Sec
ond street, Albuquerque.
FOR SALE Some good bargains In
real estate: A five-room frame cot
tage with bath on South Broad
way, $1500; a five-room frame cot
tage. W. Central ave., close In;
$1100, easy terms: two good busi
ness lots on W. Central between
3rd and 4th; a new four-room con
crete house, $1350; three lots each
50x142 on E. Central avenue, $200
for all three. And a long list of
snaps of all kinds. A. Fleischer,
real estate and Insurance. 212H
South econd street.
FOR SALE 1 en pounds extracted
honey for $1; 60 pound can for $5.
order by postal. W. P. Allen. P. O.
Box 202. Mbnquerque, N. M.
.NOTICE I OR PUBLICATION.
Department oi tne Interior, United
States Land Office.
Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 8, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
claimant has filed no
tice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim under
sections 16 and 17 of the act of March
3. 1891 2C Stats., 854 ), as amended
by the act of February 21, 1893
(27 Stats.. 470), and that said proof
will bj made before J. M. Luna, Pro
bati Clerk, at Los bunas, N. M., on
March 1 7. 1 908, viz: Mariana Chavez
de Otero, for the Small Holding Tract
No. 254 7, In Sec. 36, Township 7 N.,
Range 2 E.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous adverse pos
session of said tract for twenty years
next preceding the survey of the
Estanilada Otero. Guillermo Oro
na, Aniceto Aragon y Garcia, Ber
nardino Sedillo, all of Peralta. 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
g ven 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 by claimant.
MANUETi R. OTERO.
MANY CHICAGO SCHOOLS
ARE FOUND UNSAFE
Board ef I .duration Will See 'Hint
Buildings Are Repaired ill Once.
Chi'-ago, March 13 An in-i
c t i-
of 300 public and 2 no private a:id
parochial school ouildings in Chicago
wa.s completed yesterday and out of
this number about fifty were found to
be unsafe. Some were found to lu
fireproof construction, other to
without Adequate exits, in some eases
doors opening inward, and others
! king fire escapes.
The board of education bits agreed
to make any changes demanded
the buildng department, and
work of reconstruction of those build
ings found to be lacking ill safeguard.
will be begun at ouce. It may Ie
necessary to dismiss school in .sunn
of the buildings for a short time while
repairs ale being made.
WANTED Lumber grader competent
to grade shop lumber. Apply to
Rio Grande Lumber Co.
WANTED To exchange new farm
wagon for good spring wagon.
Hawley's Book rUora.
WANTED Help and situations fur
nished. John II. Richard's Employ
ment office, 303 V4 W. Central Ave.
STENOGR"APIIERr YnusTbe welf edu
cated and experienced. See Mr.
Evans at StoWa office, 201 E. Cen
tral. WANTED Position by experienced
waitress from the east. Best of
references. Inquire at room 9, 205
N. Second street.
WANTED Log haulers, brush pliers,
log turner, ox drivers. Address J.
M. Witherspnon, general manager
Domingo Lumber Co., Pines, N. M.
WANTKD To buy a good gentle
driving horse; must be young and
weigh at least 1100 lbs.; state price.
P. O. Box, 429.
WANTED A competent cook, out of
town, good wages. Apply 82.1 West
Copper avenue, between 12 and 1:30
WANTED Genta' good. second
hand clothing, shoes and hats at
(16 South First street, couth of
viaduct. R. J. Sweeney.
WANTED Situation by lady steno
grapher; can take dictation on
typewriter from griphophone; also
can operate telephone sw Itehboard.
Worked for a large Eastern firm
four years; references. Stranger in
city but not a health-seeker. Ad
dress X. Y. '.., care Citizen.
WANTED Able bodied, unmarried
men. between aes of 21 and S5;
citizens of United States, of good
character and temperatt habits,
who can speak, read and write
English. For information apply to
Recruiting Officer, 203 E. Central
Ave.. Albuquerque. New Mexico.
WANTED Washing and Ironing for
hand laundry, lace curtains from
5flc per pair up; first class work.
Drop a postal to 408 W. TIJeras or
phone 1045. We call for and de
liver goods anywhere In town.
WANTED Ladies desiring new
spring millinery to call on Miss C.
P. Crane, 512 North Second street,
millinery and dressmaking parlors.
Phone 944. Help wanted.
WANTED Capable men to fill ex
ecutive, technical, office and mer
cantile positions. We can place
you n the position for which you
are qualified. Southwestern Busi
ness Association 201 East Cen
tral avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
WANTED Capable salesman to cov
er New Mexico with staple line.
High commission with $100
monthly advunce. Permanent posi
tion to right man. Jess H. Smith
Co.. Detroit, Mich.
WANTED Traveling men and solici
tors calling on druggUts. confection
ers, etc., covering Albuquerque anu
surrounding territory and states, to
carry our celebrated line of choco
lates on good commission basis.
Bowes A'.lepretti, ;C River St.. Chi
cago. WANTED Live, energetic men for
exclusive territory agency of "In
dex" Kerosene Burner converts
cujI oil into gas gives one hun
dred candlepowr-- burns on man
tle instantaneous seller. Write at
once. Coast Lighting Company,
9L'u Vesler Way. Seattle.
WANTKD Salesmen wanted for our
individual lighting plants. Our cen
tral generator system has never
been pushed. An opportunity to
make big money. Exclusive terri
tory to hustlers. Write fur full
proposition. Knight Light r ',, , Chi
cago. WANTED Sales Representative for
specialty and school supplies. Good
man can make $:!.", a week and up.'
Permanent position to right party.
Centennial S. S. Co., 1725 Stout St.,
Denver, Colo. ,
CAPABLE SALESMAN to coyer New
Mexico with staple line. High com-1
missions, with 100 00 monthly ad-
vance. Permanent position to right
man. Jess II. Smith Co.. Detroit, i
V A NT E D Sa 1 e m i e 1 1
pocket side line to
ment stores' sale-.
to handle vest
dally easily mad
you cover Samples supplied free.,
Blls.s-Deveneau Conitranv. Chicago. '
AGENTS opportunity of lifetime, no'
experience nece-sury, big ca.sh prof
its daily, one agent made $21
om? hour, everyone will buy.
issilM more ftecMeiif rnl
policies than ai.y uther similar com- j
pany in the woill, we give the most,
popular and cheapot Insurance
written; new pan. II a year pays!
for $j00 policy; no assessments or
dues; other amounts in proportion. ;
Dead benefit, weekly Indemnity.!
free medical attendance, original
itonu'ar features, either spit
claims promptly and liberally set
ic l; in.-urance a--ets $',00.00u. Re
liable represeiita: yes wanted
.'-rvwhere: xcli-:ve territory
era! permanent income, increasing
each yrar; absolutely sure. Address!
International Corporation, 181
Broadway (Dept. W2), New York.
CAPABLE traveling salesman at once.
Staple line, profitable commission.
Contract with $25.00 weekly ad
vance. Permanent position; refer
ences required. A. 8. J. Co., Grand
River Ave., Detroit, Mich.
A FEW MORE NICE AND RE
SPECTABLE people to enjoy the
comforts of home at Hotel Futrel
le, corner Second street and Coal
avenue. Pleasant, well furnished
rooms, well cooked and wholesome
food, clean beds and thorough re
spectability our specialties. Rates
reasonable. J. A. Wood, Mgr.
MARRY"your choice" Particular peo.
pie, everywhere, introduced with
out publicity; no fakes; details free.
Address, A. C, box 1338, Los An
$2 10.00 "Motor Cycle or horse and
buggy furnished our men for trav
eling, and $85.00 per month and
expenses, to take orders for the
greatest portrait house in the world.
You will receive, postpaid, a beau
tiful 16x20 reproduction of oil
painting in answer to this ad. Write
for particulars. R. D. Martel, Dept.
PERSONAL, PROPERTY LOANS
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels also on
SALABIES AND WA.REHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10 and as high as
$200. Loans are quickly made and
strictly private. Time: One month
to one year given. Goods remain In
your possession. Our rates are reas
onable. Call and see us before bor
rowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms S and 4, Grant Bldg.
103 tt West Railroad Ave.
Ojx'ii Even lots.
MORE HARC.A1NS IN RANCHES.
About fifteen acres good land
(part In alfalfa), three miles from
town. Price, $700.00.
Four acres, very near town,
fenced, on main road and near
main ditch; $600.00.
Six acres (three In alfalfa), four
an, I a half miles north of town;
Three acres very good land, well
fenced, on mnin roud and close to
main ditch, small frame house and
Eight acrei in alfalfa, well
fenced, adobe house and barn,
fruit trees, about five miles north
of town. Price, $600.00, cash.
Fifteen acres flrt class land,
fenced, near ditch. Price, $700.00,
cash. This piece Is located about
four miles north of the city.
Forty-five and a half acres of
the very best land In the Rio
Orande valley, all under cultivation
(about half in alfalfa), well
fenced, on main ditch, convenient
to stores and telephone line and
railroad station. Price $C5 oo per
acre. Easy terms.
And many others from one to
six hundred acres.
Real Entate and lioans. Notary
Public. 215 W. Gold Ave.
Foil BENT Store building on
For BENT Furnished room
for gentleman; no invalids;
FOR SALE At a bargain. 3
dwelling houses. Bent $15
For SALE Bargain. paper
and painting business.
219 South 2nd StrtH
If you want anything on eartn. yoi
can get It through th ni column
of The Evening Citizen. W get results.
FtMir-roami Brick, close in, in the
Highlands. This Is one of the
best built houses ln the city,
large rooms, bath, closets, pantry,
celltir, two porches, nearly new;
hn cement fooling under founda
tion, large lot. $1300 cash, bal
ance at 8 per cent, will purchase
this very desirable home.
live-room llrick modern resi
dence In a very desirable location,
ne-arly new, two large porches,
pantry, china closet, east front,
large lot, lawn, house built by day
labor, now renting for $25 a
month. Can be purchased for $200
cush; balance like rent.
$2MKI Will Buy one of the pret
tiest five-room residences in the
Highlands. This house is modern,
bas large pantry and closets,
large porches, east front, built of
cement blocks, large bath, etc.
$1100 For Five-room Rerthlencw
on lot 62x150. This house has been
newly papered, hus large rooms,
small burn and can be purchased
for $250 cash; balance like rent.
Five-room brick In the High
lands, has bath, close In... $25
Five-room modem brick In de
sirable location ln the 4th
Four-room frume on North
Fifth street 12
Four-room frame la High
lands, furnished 20
A lurgo list of desirable resi
dences In every jmrt of the city
to sell ou easy terms,
PEAL ESTATE and
201 East Central Ave.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
20S W. Gold Ave.
We have a fine line of
3 $2 to $15
HAM BROOK BBOS.
Phone 5H. 112 John m
Saddle horses a specialty. Bes
drivers In the city. Proprietors
"Sadie," the picnic wagon.
A. J. Morelli
La, lie-.' and (icntlcrucifs. Suits
Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired
105 NORTH FIRST STREET
Recommended by Mrs. Henri
Symes. to develop the bunt from 4
to 6 Inch,.
Ouaranteed to be made from the
true (iil.gi Extract. Is perfectly
The Vaucuire Formula is a general
tonic, but It ha a specific effect upon
the bust. Price 76 cents. For sale by
Highland Pharmacy and Al
va r ado Pharmacy 7JL
M. SHERIDAN, M. 3.
Homeopathic Physician and Surfeoaw
Occidental Ufe Rnlldlng.
DR. F. J. PATCU1N
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlo over Vann Drue Store. Ot
her hours to II i. m, 1 to t, aa
mi v p. in. j-i Mines, office 441,
DR. II L. JICST
Physician and Burgeon. J
Booms & 7. N. T. ArmUo Building.
Ml. SOLOMON L. BURTON.
PliysiSan and Snrgron.
Highland Office, 1 Bouth Walts
Street. Phone 10S0.
DKS. BKON'SON BROXSO.V
Homeopathic Physician and Rot-'
gcons. Over Vann'a Drug Store.
Office 28; Residence 1059.
DR. J. E. CRAFT
Rooms a antl ,t, Knrnctt Building,
Over O'Rielly's Drag store.
Appointments made by mall.
EDMUND 4. AI.GER, D. D. 8.
Office liours, ft a. m. to 12:30 p. as.
1 :3( to & p. m.
Appointments made by mall.
SOU Went (Tentral Ave. Phone 4U.
R. W. D. BRYAN.
Attorney at a. '
Of Dee, First National Bank BuIMlB
Albuquerque.' N. M.
E W. DOBSON
Attorney at Ltm.
Office, Cromwell Block,
Albuquerque. N. M.
- IRA M. BOND
Attorney at Lew.
Pensions, Land Patents, Copyright
Caveats, lctn-r Patents, lde
.13 F. street, X. M. Washington. D. X
TIIOS. K. D. MADDISON
Office with V. II. Clilldcrs,
117 West Gold Avenue.
SOUTHWESTERN LAW AND COL
Office Room 1, X. T. ArwUJo Bklg
Hugh J. Collins, attorney at law.
C. W. Granner, general manager
and claim adjuster.
Phone 6S9. Albuquerque, New Me.
P. W. SPENCER
1221 Bouth Walter. Phone 5S5.
Embalming a Specialty.
B. A. SLEYSTER
Insurance, Ktnl Kstate, Notary
Rooms 12 and II. Cromwell Block,
Albuquerque, X. M. Phone 136.
A. E. WALKER
Sccretury Mutual Building Auciatlo
. 217 West Central Avenue.
WILLIAM BEL DEN
Surgt'ry and IMntlstry a Specialty.
41)2 South lulillt Plume 4415.
DR. II. D. PETTI FORD
Practice: Therapeutics, Surgery anl
'bstetrics on lionet. Cattle, Sheep
Hogs. Dog- and Cats. Office wltl
Thornton, ihe Cleaner, 121 North
Third. Phone 4 0. Hospital and
Besidence. 73.1 South Walter. Resi
dence phone, 620.
L Via iO
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