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TlllRsDAV. APRIL 2. iwm. AL1IUQUERQUE CITIZEN. PAGE SEVEN'. ) BUILDING ACTIVITY (imhI Kcrddcniv mill IIiisIik-ii Blocks Are Golnu I p At n (irrai Kmc. Mountalnalr, N. M., April 2 (So I'lal) A. . Unodln of Uosvvcll, N. M., has removed to thin place and has started u first class livery and truster barn. The attractions of Tor tanee county have brought Mr. tlood ln's sons also to the county, both of them being located at &tancla. Mr. Gcodia drove his herd of horses through from Hosvvell, uking twelve days for the trip. A number of good residences and business houses are being erected In the tovra and vicinity. Mr. J. P. IHin lavy Is erecting a lino bungalow on his ranch one mile northeast of town, Kos Garcia is building a two-story residence Juirt one block north of the depot, and plans are being made to erect a two-story artificial stone bus iness, block Just across from the V McCoy and company's big store building. The "Oisone City" Is hiving a brisk biis.ness In the sale of lots, especial ly for residence purposes. The fact that there is a prohibitive clause In the deeds made by the townslte com pany in the wale ot Its lots against tlio saloon business, makes the place a very deMrable resilience place for families who wish to have good school privileges without the danger of saloon Influences surrounding their children. Although there has been no larger rainfall than commonly In this com munity this past winter anil none for several weeks, the soil Is so moist below the dust mulch, which seems to be characteristic of this portion of the county, that in some places the plow will not scour in turning the furrow. A largo acreage Is being Planted this season. The town well, which is also used for furnishing the water for railroad purpoees. Hows a splendid supply of exceedingly pure water. While the water east of this portion of the county must be treated before it can be used in the engines, the water here needs no treatment. The large well here Is 300 feet deep and has 130 feet of water, forty gallons per minute is being pumped, but a test has not been made as to the real ca pacity of the well. Mountalnair Is one of the biggt-st shipping oints for native lumber In the territory. Immense saw mills are located In the mountains fourteen miles north. The Cross Kelly com pany and 11. H. Spencer expect very soon to locate shipping yards here. At the present time thirty teams are kept busy bringing the lumber from the mills to the railroad. A Healing Salve fix Hiii-n. Cli!iM'd Hands and Sore Nipples. As a healing salve for burns, sores, sore nipples and chapped hands Cham berlain's Salve is most excellent. It allays the pain of a burn nrmoNt In stantly, and unless the Injury Is very severe, heals the parts without leav ing a scar. Price, 2; cents. For cale by all druggists. i Tl " " W ' W W f? a Little WANT AD ' )K if BUILDS RURAL LINES Will SmiiiI 820.000 hi liiipnnlng Telephone system Automobile Line To Ainar.llo. Tucumcari, X. M., April 2. The Tucumcari Telephone exchange Is do ing a considerable amount of ex tension work. The company Is put ting in a cable on the business streets and will build a number of rural liios. The new managers and own ers consisting of II. Oerhardt, P. F. Herring and J. It. Watson expect to spend about 2H.ooo on the complet ion of the exchange and It will be one- of the finest in New Mexico. Work bus started on the new well which is being drille.l for the Public Service company. The well I near the scouring mill, where already a fine flow of water has been found in previous wells. The well will be bored to a maximum of l.ooo feet, dependent on the striking of Mii'll cii nt water. An automobile company has been organized by W. V. Buchmon. J. A. Stret. ". ('. Carpenter, J. U. Ibtilgh erty, C. I.. Harbor and a number of other stockholder for the purpose of cunning an automobile line to Ani arillr. and Intervening points. The towns of San Jon. F.ndee. Vega and Goodman's Kanch will be on the route nnd It Is expected that a m ill service will be also run between Mid points named. The service is already started and II Is believed that the venture will prove profitable to the owners as well as being a great convenience to the traveling public. Traveling men will now be able to nuke Aramlllo from Tucumcari without taking the round about way by Dalhnrdt. Tex. A Woman's Christian Temperance I'nion has b-en organized here with a large Initial membership. The fol lowing officers were elected: Mrs. Elsie MeCarty, president: Mrs. Flor ence Crofford. secretary; Mrs. J. L. Beeee, treasure. A vice president from each of the various denomina tions will be elected at the next meet ing. Mrs. F. Murphy of Alamogor.lo is visiting her daughters, Mrs. T. A. Muirhead and Lela Murphy. The liuslness Men's League will pay $50 a. month for a good band lender. The league Is determined that Tueinneari shall have music and so will set this amount aside for that purpose until some other plan of support Is obtained. I. J. Aber has returned from Bakerstield. Cal., where he has been visiting his son. Pert Aber, and re cuperating his health. He $ much 1 ill 1 roved in health. Wir (Vnstipatinn. Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent druggist of Spirit Lake, Iowa, says: "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are certainly the bit thing on the market for constipation." (live these tahlcU a trial. You are certain to find them agreeable and pleasant in effect. Price. 2"i cents. Samples flee. For sale by ull druggists. TELEPHONE IS r1 JIM ' v If i ,V mm i ii iiMjiiiiumi mi L ' Jj AN I . i t Tt I III I y f J ft A little want adf day by day, Does the work you draw tht pay. It sees the peop'e you don't know, And helps you make your business grow. ' 1 1 1 jfc J CLASSIFIED APS THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE' FOR RENT FOR TIKNT Three rooms for light housekeeping. 410 North Second. FlU lyCNT One furnished front room. 209 S. Walter. FOK 11KNT Furnished room for light housekeeping, 612 North Second street. Foil liKNT Fifteen-room house, near shops and store room. W. H. McMilllon, 11 West Cold avenue. FOR RENT Two nlce'eunny rooms, facing south, with board. Apply at 615 East Central avenue. Fun 11F.NT Two rooms for light housekeeping; no invalids and no children, 210 South Waller street. Foil KENT Furnished room with board, $6 and $7 per week. 801 North Third street. "Oil RUNT 410 South Fourth street 3-room modern cottage, fur nished or unfurnished. Inquire 408 South Fourth street. Foil HUNT Three to five-room houses; one furnished. W. H. Mc Milllon. real estate broker, 211 West Cinld avenue. I FOR RKNT Five room brick, mod ern, furnished, corner New lorn avenue: 3 rooms furnished, corner F.dlth & Iron; 5 room house North 12th street. Cheap rents. Some good bargains In houses and lots for sale. K. II. Dunbar, corner of (fold avenue and Third street. Foil RENT Five roorp house, fur nished; electric lights, bath, tent house, lawn and barn. Good loca tion. Mrs. C. H. Coleman, 509 South Arnor"slrcct. FOR SALE FOR SALE A fine Hardman piano, good as new, beautiful tone. A chance to possess an Instrument of unexcelled make at just half what it Ls worth. On exhibit at Whit son's Music Store. 124 South Sec ond street, Albuquerque. FOR SALE No. 7 Remington type writer and table; perfect condition; a bargain. 407 S. Walter street. FOR" SALE One-draft "horse. - In quire Citizen office. FOR SALE The best paying rooming house in the city; good reason for selling. Address box 158, Albu querque, N. it. In the Citizen A ,M 4 II FOR SALE At a bargain, a brand new Stevens shotgun, never been fired. A high grade and thorough ly modern gun. Inquire at The Citizen office. Foil SALE I sell on credit for less than others do for cash. You can clothe your family at $1.00 per week. K. Maharam, 616 W. Central avenue. WANTED W A NTKIV lilrl for general house work. Mrs. Foraker, call north of Indian school or telephone 3r. WANTED A hostler; one who un derstands medicine, city or will go outside, o. W. IT., Citizen. WANTED Ucnts gooat. second hand clothing, shoes and hats at 616 South First street, south of viaduct. II. J. Sweeney. WANTED Able hodlea. unmarried men, between afes ot SI and 16; cltlxens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting omcer, 203 E. Central Aye.t Albuquerque. New Mexico. WANTED Capable men to fill ex ecutive, technical, office and mer cantile positions. We can place you In the position for which you are qualified. Southwestern Busi ness Association 201 Easr Cen tral avenue, Albuquerqut, N. M. Phone 257. WANTED Ladies desiring new spring millinery to call on Miss C. 1'. Crane. 512 North Second street, millinery and dressmaking parlors. I'hone 944. Help wanted. WANTED A good hustler fii every town to sell our perfect water fil ters, retailing from 11.50 to $S.OO, 100 per cent profit to agents; ex clusive territory. Seneca Filter Co.. Seneca, Mo. WANTED A position by a young man, collecting of other outside work: have had road experience, can furnish beat of references. Ad dress E. o. D.. care Citizen. SALESMEN WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with staple line. High commissions with $100 monthly advance. Permanent posi tion to right man. Jess II. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. WANTED Traveling men and solie' tors calling on druggists, confection ers, etc., covering Albuquerque and surrounding territory and states, to carry our celebrated line of choco lates on good commission basis. Rowes Allegretti, 3:, River St., Chi cago. WANTED Live, energetic men for exclusive territory agency of "In dex" Kerosene Rurner- converts 0'il oil into gas gives one hun dred eandlepow-f r burns on man tle instantaneous seller. Write at once. Coast Lighting Company, B2n Yesler Way. Seattle. WANTED Salesmen w a n ted" 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 for full proposition. Knight Light Co.. Chi cago. WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with staple line. High commissions, w ith $100 00 monthly advance. Permanent po sition to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detiolt, Mich. AO E N TS Opportunity of lifetime, no experience necessary, big cash prof Its daily, one agent made $21 In one hour, everyone will buy. We Issue more accident and sicknes. pollcies than any other similar com pany in the world: we give the most popular and cheapest Insurance written; new plan, $1 a year pays for $500 policy; no vsaessments or dues; other amounts in proportion. Death benefit, weekly Indemnity, free medical attendance, original popular features, eltlur sex. All claims promptly and liberally set tled; insurance assets $500,000. Re liable representatives wanted ev erywhere; exclusive territory; lib eral permanent Income, Increasing each year; absolutely sure. Address International Corporation. 181 Rroadwny (Dept W2. New York WANTED Sale KepreseiTtaUve- for specialty and school supplies. Cuod man can make $35 a week and up. Permanent pu.-ition to riijht party. Centennial S. S. Co., 172.1 Stout St., Denver, Colo. rvuw RLE's AI.I-.-M AN "toTover" New Mexico with staple line. Hiuh com it'i:oiis. with $lnM0n munth'y ad vance, permanent position to r ght man. Jess II Smith ". Detroit, Mich. WANTED Sale. -men pocket side line to inent t ires' sales, daily easily made. to handle vest I'-n-ase depart- ; Twenty dollars . State territory i you cover. Samples supplied free. llli-.s-Deveiuau Company. Chicago, III. CAPABLE traveling salesman ut once. Staple line, prof table commission. Contract with $25. 0i) weekly ad vance. Permanent position; refer ences required. A. S. J Co., (Jrand River Ave., Detroit. Mich. MALE HELP i HERE'S a chance for you to make, money. Our representatives make! $10 a day; so can you. Immediate I seller and exclusive territory.! Agents can carry as side line. C. F. Pennewell, Mgr.. 152 Mutuul Life l I'.llg, Seattle, Washington. 1 DAILY THAN Miscellaneous LOST Gold high school '03 (lass pin bearing "A. on one side and J. K. S. on the other. Finder re turn to this office and receive re ward. HONEST AGENTS 30 days' credit. New circular ready. Soaps selling better than ever. Write. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. MARRY your choice. Particular peo ple, everywhere. Introduced with out publicity; no fakes; details free. Address, A. C, box 1338, Los An-geles-, Cal. AGENTS Introduce SOPASTE to factories, railroad shops, etc. Re move! grease dirt quickly; immense sale; amazing profits. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. MARRY your choice. Particular peo. pie, everywhere. Introduced without publicity; no fakes; details free. Ad dress, A. C, box 1338, Los Angeles, Calif. $210.00 Motor Cycle or nor?e and buggy furnished our men for trav eling, and $85.00 per month and expense, 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. 11. D. Martel, Dept. 7, Chicago. PERSONAL PROPERTY lyO.'JVJ MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horses, Wagons and other Chattels also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE 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 HOUSFIIOI.O LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from alt parts of the world. Rooms S and 4, Grant Bldg. 03H West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES tpon Evenings. MORE RAROAINS IN HANClll'.S. About fifteen acres good land (part In alfaifa), three miles from town. Price, $700.00. Four acres, very near town, fenced, on main road and near main ditch; $60 00. Six acres (three In alfalfa), four and a half miles north of town; $350.00. Thn e acres very good land, well fenced, on main road and cloe to main ditch, small frame house and barn; $400.06. Eight aci(- in alfalfa, well fenced, adobe house and barn, fruit trees, about five miles north of town. Price, $000.00, cash. Fifteen acres first class land, fenced, utar.liteh. Price, $700.00, cash. This ptce Is located about four miles north of the city. Forty-five and a half aires of the very best land In the Rio C.rande valley, all under cultivation (about half In alfalfa), well fenced, on main ditch, convenient to stores and telephone line and railroad station. Price IG5.00 per acre. Easy terms. An. many others from one to six hundred acres. A. MONTOYA Real Estate ami Ijouns. Notary Public. 215 W. Gold Ave. ( XXXXXXXXXJOOOOOUC.i' XJCXir JOOOCJ FoR RENT Store building on Central avi-nue. FOR RENT Furnished room for gentleman; no invalids; close In. FOR SALE At a bargain. 3 dwelling houses. Rent $15 month each. Foil SALE Bargain. paper and I aiming business. M.L.SCHUTT 219 South 2nd Strft OOOOCXXXXXXXXXJOCXXXX XX XX' Are you looking tor somemtngT he member the want columns of Tht Evening Citizen are for your especial benefit. Jl talks to the people and tb'.y talk to you. YOU CAN SEE IN OPPORTUNITIES What Have You to Exchange For the Following De scribed Real Estate ? 160 acres land near Elmira, Michigan. 160 acres land in Texas county, Missouri. 160 acres land in Butler county, Kansas. 160 acres near Jonesboro, Arkansas. 160 acres in South Dakota. Good hotel in New Mexico town. Business block in southeast Nebraska. Business lot in Clovis, N. M. Residence on electric line near Spokane, Wash. Large residence in good Idaho town. Pretty Bungalow at San Bemad ino, Cal. Furniture and lease of good hotel in Hot Springs town In addition to this list we have many more very de sirable trades. Do not fan to list your property with us, for we can sell or ex change real estate located any where in the' United States. STOW HEAL ESTATE and INVESTMENT GO. 201 East Central Ave. ALBUQUERQUE. N. U. Phone 257 T i XIXXXXXT XXXXXXUXXXXTXJH Navajo Indian Blankets I .... .... : -Just received from the reservu- H tiun a lai-oe assortment at les than the wool is worth. 3r Davis &Zearingi 20S W. Gold Ave. XXX XXXXTXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX1 3 A. J. More Hi MERCHANT TAILOR Lailh s' and cut It'iitt n's Suits Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired 103 NORTH FIRST STREET Dr. Vaucaire's Formula fiec.im mended by Mrs. Menrj Symes, to develop the bust from 4 to C Inches. Cuaranteed to be male from the true (lalega Extinct. Is perfectly hai mlesa. The Vuucalrr Formula Is n K"neral tonic, but It his a specific effect upon the bust. Price 7 cents. For sale by Highland Pharmacy and Al varado Pharmacy Plenty of Trouble. is ciliicI by stagnation of the liver and bowels. To get rid of It aril beadachv und biliousness and the poison that bring Jaundice, take Dr. Kind's New Life Pi IK tho reliable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping. 25c at all dealers. A MONTH PHYSICIANS W. Jl. SHERIDAN, M. I. Ilomcoimihic Physician and Snrgeoa. Occidental Mfe Building. Teh'iiJmne 886. DK. K. J. PATC1UX Pliy-dcliin ami Surgeop. Of flow over Vann Drug Store. Ot. floe hours 9 to 12 a. m.. 3 to 5, an iu a p. m. i-iKincs, office 41. klcnre 695. DK. 1; I IICST Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 6 A 7. X. T. ArmUo Building. DH. SOLOMON L. BURTON. ... . IfysWan and Surgeon. 1 Highland Oftice. 610 South Walter Street. Phone 1030. DKS. BRONSON A BRONSO.N Homeopathic Pliywtclann and Sur. grans. Over Vann'a Drug Store. Office 628; Residence 1059 DENTISTS CIIAS. A. KLLER, OelltiHt. Albuquerque, New Mexico, ltooni 14, N. T. Armljo Building. Phone 860. UK. J. K. CKAFT ' Dental Surgery. Rooms 2 am: ., Ilnrnett llulldina. Over O'IUcIIj'h Drug More. Appointments made by mail. Phono 744. fcDSIl'ND J. ALGER, D. D. S. Office 1 lours. 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. aa. 1:30 to 5 p. m. Appointments made by maJL 306 Went Central Ave. Phone 46 S. LAWYERS U, W. D. BRYAN. Attorney at Ian, t Office, First National Bank BoUdta Albuquerque. N. M. K. W. POBSON . Attorney at Law. Office, Cromwell Block, 1 Albuquerque. N. SI. ' IRA Jl. BOND Attorney at Iiew. Pensions, .aiid Patents, Copyrlgbtth Cuwwts, 14'ttV-r Patents, Trade Marks. Claims. 82 r. street, x. . Washington. D. C T1IOS. K. D. MADDISON Attorney-at-Law. Orilce with W. B. Chllilers. 117 West Gold Avenue. MISCELLANEOUS' V. V. SPENCER Architect ' 1221 South Walter. Phono Kfit. FRENCH & ADAMS . UNDERTAKERS. Lady Assistant. ' Embalming a Spcclttltx. i INSURANCE B. A. SLEYSTER Insurance, I ten I llstute, Notari i Public. Rooms 12 and II, Cromwell Block. Albuquerque, N. Jl. Phone 13.. A. E. WALKER 'I lire Insurance. : Secretary Mutual Building Aoelatk 217 VN tvntnil Avenue. VETERINARY WILLIAM B ELD EN Veterinary. Surtsery and Dentistry n KMTlalty. 402 Souili litlltli I'hone 405. llt. II. D. PETTI FORD Veterinary Surgeon. Practice: Therapeutics, Surgery an J Obstetrics on Horses, Cattle, Sbeea Hogs. Dop- and t:.it. Office wltl. Thornton, be Cleaner. 121 Norta Third. Phone 4i0. Hospital and liesidence 733 South Walter. Ren ience phone, 620. We have tie- !iiie.-t assortment of 'on 1" d in ;ho ci-y. I'ri. es the lo.v I" ii t :::.- Furniture Co. K.LLthe COUGH a'.d CURE the LUNC3 w,th Dr. ECing's Ihvi Discovery FOR CSffis i,i?S. AK j Al (. 7HHC AT AN0 LliMC TROUBLES. .'AHA Ml LEW C A!YJ3 1 ACXOiiY 1 UOIIEY nAXVUVED.