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r ALBUQUETIQUE CITIZEN. Some Reasons Why c Because The Cltiaen la a home paper. It la either deUverad by aarrler M the born or la carried ho ma fry the business) man when his day'e work la atone and H STATS liiMtK. A morning pa. per la usually carried down town by the head of the family and hur riedly read. I The Cltiaen la not read hurriedly, bat thorough ly, bo that all advertiee amenta receive their share of attention. It preaenU the atore news a MtUe ahead, tiring the proe pectlve purchaser time to plan a shopping tour for tlie next niomlng. T Wise advertisers patron ize The Citizen because they know their adver tisements are n and read at tile liomos In the evening, and If they are offering something worthy of attention, their ad has accomplished Ita mission. I The Citizen lias never given premiums to sub scribers, but Is subscribed to and paid for on Its news merits, showing l hat Its subscribers hare money with which to buy what they want from legitimate mrrchi nta. These are the people The Citizen Invites to your store. z The Citizen employs a man whose busliie It Is to look after your adver tising wants, lie will write your copy if you wish. If not. he will see that your ads are "set up" to look their best and he will attend to ttiem from day to day. E Are you advertising In The CttisenT Your com petitors are, and are profiting by it. Do yon think conservative bad ness nx'n are spending money w here tliey are not gutting results? Get In the swim and watch your buslnoai grow. N Is the Best Advertising Medium in Albuquerque MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL SCORES HOW TI1KY STAXI). American Ix-nctic, Won. Lost. P.C. Detroit ,..65 34 .(18 St. Louis 62 37 .584 Chicago 81 3$ .573 Cleveland 46 41 .529 Philadelphia 42 43 .494 Boston. . 40 48 .455 Washington. 33 63 .384 New York 32 67 .360 National leaguc. Won. Lost. P.C. Pittsburg 63 35 .$02 Chicago 49 85 ,jg3 New York 50 36 .681 Philadelphia 42 38 .625 Cincinnati 46 42 .623 Boston 38 47 .447 Brooklyn 31 52 373 St. Louis 30 64 .357 Western Icngiic. Won. Lost. P.C. Sioux City 63 88 .682 Omaha 62 38 .678 Lincoln 49 42 N;J Denver 50 7 Blg Pueblo 39 64 .419 Des Moines S3 67 .367 SUNDAY GAMES. American League. At St. ivOUiS R. . .S ..3 H. E. 7 0 10 3 St. Louis Washington uatterles: Bailey, Howell and phens; Kelly, Johnson, Warner Street S;e and At Chicago n. II. E. Chicago j g j Philadelphia "1 7 j Batteries: Walsh and Sullivan; Dy. Bert and Schreck. At Detroit Detroit .New York " Batteries: Mullln and Manning, Or;h and Blair. Western League. At Omaha Omaha. , Pneblo j j Batteries: Rhoades and Oulgano and MItze. JSecond game Oinaha Pueblo R. II. E. . .6 9 1 ..2 11 2 Schmidt; R. H. E. . .6 9 3 ..341 Oondlng; R. II. E. 9 10 1 ....2 6 3 Hall and Lebrand'; Owen Batteries and Mltze. At Sioux City R. h. E Sioux City 7 9 j Denver 6.9 3 Batteries: Furchner and Shea; Bo hannon, Chabeck and McDonough. At Des Moines n. Des Moines 4 H. E. 11 2 6 0 Wei- Lincoln jo Batteries: Nelson, Bates and gart; Dasson and ZInran. AMERICAX .ASSOCIATION. At Louisville: Louiavllle 2; Minne apolis 4. At Toledo: Toledo 3; Milwaukee 6. At Columbus: Columbus 3; Kansas City 4. SATURDAY' GAMES. , American Leacue. At St. Louis St. Louis Washington Batteries: Waddell and Smith and Street. R. H. E. .6 7 3 .2 4 1 Spencer; At Chicago R. h. E. Chicago 12 17 0 Philadelphia 2 7 2 Batteries: Altrock. Sulllvan and Weaver; Plank, Schlitzer and Pow ers. At Cleveland Cleveland Boston Batteries: Falkeuburg. R. H. E. . .1 0 . .3 9 0 Llebhardt and N. Clarke; Young and Crlger. At Detroit Detroit New York Batteries: Donovan Chesbro and Klelnow. R. H. E. . .5 10 1 . . 3 9 1 Schmidt; and National League. At New York Pittsburg , New York , Batteries: Lelfleld and H. 12 7 Gibson; Mathewson, McGlnnity, anu Needham. Bresnahan Western lrague. At Sioux City R. II. E. Sluux City 6 11 1 Denver 3 11 2 Bnlti-rles: McKay and Shea; Adams and Zalusky. At Omaha Omaha R.-H. . .0 3 with ample means and unsurpassed facilities th e; BANK or COMMERCE OF L,IJUQUERQDK. N. M. Extends to Depositors Kvery Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts' CAPITAL, S150.000 orricmna and oimmcroRB SOLOMON LUNA, President S. STklCKLER, Vice President and Cashier W W. J. JOHNSON, Villiam Mcintosh, A. M. Blackwell. t4tttiitHt4tAtll THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE il04 FOR RENT FOR RENT Saddls ponies. Arch F. Wilson, 401 S. Edith. Tel. 1694. FOR RENT Large, cool, furnished rooms, 612 N. Second St FOR RENT Nice, large furnrished rooms. 309 S. Broadway. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms. use of bath, central. 410 East Cen tral avenue. FOR RENT 4 room furnished cot tage, close to shops. S17 Atlantlo avenue. Apply on premises. FOR RENT Large cool rooms for housekeeping. Rent reasonable. Cail at rear. 624 W. Central Ave. FOR SALE FOR SALE Cheap, 6 Navajo blank ets. Call 1507 S. 2nd St FOR SALE One horse trap, cheap Apply 305 Santa Fe. FOR SALE OR TRADE Good mountain wagon. 203 East Cen tral. Inquire at Morgan's. FOR SALE Highlands, Bldg. -5 room brick, large lot, $1700. Elder, 9 Armljo FOR SALE Household goods of ev ery description cheap. 200 South Broadway. FOR SALES 25 canary birds. Old Town P. O. Apply FOR SALE: 4 rooms, closet pantry, city water, porches screened, S1050. Easy payments like rent Elder, 9 Armljo Bldg. FOR SALE Best transient and rooming house In the city. Inquire Box 44. FOR SALE One Inverted gasoline lamp, 600 candle power, and two gallon tank, practically new. 218 H South Second St. FOR SALE; Fine buckskin driving horse, buggy and harness cheap. X15 South Edith. FOR SALE Crabapples at Foraker's ranch, 2 cents pound. FOR SALE A fine Hardman piano, good as new, beautiful tone 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 So oud street Albuquerque. . 1 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. BARGAINS INjtCRE PROPERTY - In 6 and 10 acre tracts, within tw miles of the city limits, at 220 to (76 per acre. Also a ranch of 1500 acres. all valley land, at 130 per acre. 10 ACRE TRACTS On Fourth street, at $50 per acre Other small tracts at proportional prices, i Money to loan on approved security. Address Felipe J. Gurule, Room 19. Armljo Block, 304 V7est Central Avenue, Albuquerque. N. M Pueblo 1 7 0 Batteries: Ragan and Gonding- Fitzgerald and Mltz. At Des Moines R. H. E. Des Moines 2 7 Lincoln. 0 4 1 Batteries: Wltherup and Weigart Johnson and Hlllman. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Indianapolis: First game. In dianapolis 8; St. Paul 1. Second game, Indianapolis 4; St. Paul 1. At Milwaukee: Milwaukee 2; To ledo 6. At Louisville: Louisville 3; Minne apolis 0. .-t Columbus: Columbus 7; Kansas Cl:y 1. Chamberlain's Xille, rhwtera and IN arrhoea Remedy Would Have Saved Him 1 100.00. "In 1902 I had a very severe attaei of diarrhoea,' says R. N. Farrar Cat Island, La. "For several weeki I was unable to do anything. Or March 18, 1907. I had a similar at tack, an 1 took Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy waiet gave me prompt relief. I consider I oa : h best medicines of Its klas in the worn, and had I used It hi IIOl betters It would have saved an a nanareo aonar doctor's bill." 8ok br a", druggists. Assistant Cashier J. C. Baldridge, O. E. Cromwell. -.-.-.---- C 1 A. SSIFIED 'aeeaa44 WANTED WANTED Sewing by the day by an experienced seamstress. Address B. D. WANTED Ladies to call and see ear r.ew styles In millinery at reduced prices. Crane M lMnery and Dress making Co., corner Fifth and Cen tral avenue. Ladles' tailoring and dressmaking. Apprentices wanted. WANTED Anthracite coal miners at Madrid, New Mexico. Mines work ing full time. Apply to James Lamb, superintendent. WANTED F"6r" U7& Army: Able bodied unmarried men between ages of IS and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, - who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting Of. fleer, 203 E. Central Ave., Albu querque. N. M, WANTED foiiurchase a Jersey milk cow; muNt be gentle, sound and gd for milk and buiter. State price, when fresh or will be, and age. Address S. D. Allen, Cubero, N. It WANTED The Royal Illghlinders are the "staunchest craft that sails the fraternal seas" the "Great Re serve Fund society." These ara times when conservative people are buying fraternal Insurance. We need several more men in New Mexico; will pay excellent salary end lib eral commissions to those who are capable. Need one married man whose wife can assist him. Write. . giving details. E. W. Pearce. State Dept., 509 S. High., Albuquerque. SALESMEN WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with staple line. High commissions, with 1100 monthly advance. Permanent posi tion to right man. Jess H. Smith Co.. Detroit. Mich. WANTED Live. energetic men tor exclusive territory agency of "In dex" Kerosene Burner converts coal oil into gas gives one hun dred candlepower burns on man tle Instantaneous seller. Write at pnee. Coast Lighting Company, 92n Yeeler Way, Seattle. SALESMAN First claasail round hustler to cover unoccupied terri tory selling staple line to retail trade. Technical knowledge un necessary. Permanent to right man. 330.00 weely. Expenses ad vanced. Frank R. Jennings, Sales Manager, Chicago. ONE exclusive agent for every town to take orders for made-to-measure suits for men and women; f 100 monthly or more easily earned; sample outfit, 250 styles newest woolens, in handsome carrying case, free of cost. Opportunity to estab lish prosperous snd growing busi ness without Investment. Full In structions with every outfit. Apply today. The Eagle Tailoring Co., Dept. 37. 212-218 Franklin St., Chi cago. SALESMEN AND AGENTS 3 2 $ $50.00 per -week and over can be made selling New Campaign Nov elties from now until election. Sells to stores, county fairs, picnics snd private families. Complete line of samples, charges prepaid, for 60c. Order today. Chicago Novelty Co., 0 Wabash Ave., Chicago. WANTED A real genome salesman, a man who has ability and who will work for us as hard and conscien tously as he would for himself, to represent us exclusively In Arlsona and New Mexico. We have a large, well known and In every way first class line t Calendars, Advertis ing Specialties snd Druggists La bels and Boxes, and our line Is so attractive and varied that each and every business In every town In the country, without regard to slse, caa be successfully solicited. Our goods are very attractive, but no more so than our reasonable prices, and we know from the experience of others who have been and ara now In our employ thst any bright bustling man who has good average ability and Is wiling to work can make with us from 250 to 1110 par week. Must be ready to commence work at onre. Commissions liberal. Our company was organised In 1282. W are capitalised for $200,000. We state this simply to show that we are responsible and mean business. If you do. It 111 pay you to write 8les Manager, Merchants Publish. Ing Co.. Kalamasoo, Mich. Enclose this advertisement with your appli es t ion. Just Eiadl RIa-hC have used Dr. King's New Life I Pills for several years, and find them Just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. Felton, of Harrlsvllle. N. T. New Life Pills relieve without the least discom fort Best remedy for constipation, billou.ness and malaria. 25o at all dea'er KILLtheCCUCH and CURE THE LUNGS w,th Dr. King' New OisGcvery FOB fcOUCH3 Ot.l& Trial Bottls'ffM MliMi THROAT AN 0 1 UNO TROUBLES. "..TTTTTVtffflftttlf DAILY THAN Mm.ti4i 1 1 1 , , , , , M Mttt 8t8f aa ttmaaaaf H PERSONAL PROPERTY LOAN'S MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses. Wagons and other Chattels, also on SALARIES AND WAREHOSB RE CEIPTS, as low as $10 and as high as $200. Loans are quickly mode and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods remain In jrour possession. Our rates are reas onable. Call and see us before bor rowing. . . THE IIOrsiIOrLD IXAN CO. . . Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms, 2 and 4. Grant Bldg. 303 A West Rallroadl Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evenings. Miscellaneous AGENTS WANTED To sell guaran teed safety rasor; prlza 60c; big profits; every man who shaves buys one. Standard Supply Co., 2017 Whitman st., Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED Agents, either sex, earn $60 to $100 per week selling ex quisitely embroidered pongee silk waist patterns, dress patterns, drawn work waists. National Im porting Co., Desk D, 199 Broadway, New Torn. AGENTS wanted for the most rapid selling household necessity en earth. Every woman buys one on sight Send 10 cents for sample and full Information to Sales Man ager, 122 Brlnckerhoof Ave , Utlca, New Tork. HONEST AGENTS It days credit. New circular ready. Soaps selling better than ever. W.-lte. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. $1.:: PETr6RTTns:rts classified ads. In 81 leading papers In U. 8. 8end for list The Dake Advertis ing Agency. 427 South Main street, Los Angelea MARRY your choice. Particular peol pie, everywhere, Introduced with out publicity; no fakes; details free. Address, A. C, box 1838. Los An galea, Oal AGENTS Introduce SOPASTB to factories, railroad shops, sic. Re moves greass dirt quickly; Immense sales; amaslng profits. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. Female Help LADY SEWERS Make sanitary belts at home; materials furnished; $15 per hundred. Particulars stamped envelope. Dept. 961, Dearborn Specialty Co., Chicago. MALE HELP ASTHMA, hay fever sufferers, I have found a liquid that cures. If you want free bottle send six cents In stamps for postage. Address T. Gorham, Grand Rapids, Mica. 475 Shepard Bldg. WANTED Traveling men and aoilct 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. Bowes Allegrettl, 36 River St.. Chi cago. imisu Hy jobbing house, men to sell rugs, linoleum, etc., on commis sion. Men calling upon small trade preferred. Comparatively little weight or bulk to sample. Care "Linoleum." room 1201, No. 108 Fulton street, New York. wAjMifc.u salesman, experienced In any line, to sell general trade In New Mexico. Liberal commissions with $35 weekly advance. One salesman earned $1,252.62, his first two months with us. Ths Contln ental Jewelry Co., Cleveland. Ohio. LOST and FOUND FOUND Stray colt. Pay for ad Citizen and secure information. LOST Hulb for automobile horn Ri turn to O'Rielly's drug store. LOST A horse boot between Second street and Old Town. Return to 601 N. Second. J. C. Martin. BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS. "It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklen's Arnica Salve," says J. W. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill, N. C. "I am convinced It's the best sa!v the world sfTorUs. It cured a felon on my thumb, and It never falls to heal every sore, burn or wound to which It Is applied. 25c at all drug storea Very Serious It la a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you In buvintr to be careful to get the genuine BLACK-DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, relia ble medicine, for constipation. In digestion and liver trouble, is firm ly established, it does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or It would not be the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger YOU CAN SEE IN 3 Hinmnimmumn Davis&zearing The Complete House Furnishers 20B W. Gold Av. , Have the finest thin, In the oven line for a gas or gasoline stove. Call and let us show 'them to you. y PRICE $2.25 IXUXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX OoexxxorxirxocxxAJL oaoooooo FOR RENT 23 room room ing bouse, new and modern will be ready about Kept 1, D. FOR RENT 9 store rooms, size 25xB0 ft; good location. FOR BAIJS Rooming bouse, 28 rooms, doing good business; centrally located; reasons for selling. FOU SALE Modem 8 room residence, brick, good location, on terms or cash; $4,000. Get a Travelers' Accident and Health Policy. Honey to Loan. m. l. scntrrT. 219 South Second Street, MORE BARGAINS IN RANCHES. Fifteen acres of very good land andcr Irrigation, four mile ortb of town, well fenced with barbed wire and cedar posts; 87BO.OO cash. Fifty acres first class Irrigated land, thro milt, from Lite city, under high stale of cnMvartnn, fenced with barbed ulre ami iMrgc cedar posts; price per acre. S73.0O. About mo Mcre of. rtrst class Irrtgateil land, located four miles north of town. 50 acres under cultivation (Inoi ytur vu (jImukhI In wheat), well fenced with four wires and cedar post, main ditch runs through ln:i.i. iirle perfect. Irlce for tlie wln.le tract, for a short time only 5U0. mis Is a snap for somebody. A. MONTOYA RerJ Estate and Loans. Notary Public. SIB W. Gold Ave. A little forethought may save you no end of trouble. Anyone who makes It a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy at hand knows this to be a fact. For sale by all druggists. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that a meet ing of the stockholders of the Albu qucrque Eastern Railway Company, on September 1, 1808, at I o'clock p. m.. at the general office of the company ln the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been called by the Board of Directors, for tho nurDose 01 rasing into consideration an agree. mem or consolidation and merger of me esania jre central Railway Com pany ana the Albuquerque Eastern Railway Company, and taking s vote vy oanoi. tor tne adoption or relet. tlon of the same, and for the trans action of any other business that may uo uiuugm uejore ine meeting. W. E. HAQAN, Secretary. ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING QVB5 Cf AttERKA CONVENTION KANSAS CITY s ii A MONTH PHYSICIANS DR. SOLOMON L, BURTON Physician and Barge est. nigniand office i 8vtk Wi street, rnone ll. DBS. BRONSOJf A BROI009 HomeopaMhle PhystcUne geooa. Over Venn's Drug Office 2I; Residence lilt. DENTISTS DR. J. E. KRAFT Denial Surgery Roome t and S, Barnett Over O'RleUy'a Drag Appointments mad by Phone t4 EDMUND J. ALGER, D. Dt Office hours, a. m. to 12:2 s as i.ao to p. m. Apointmenta made by 308 West Central Avenue. LAWYERS R W. D. Bryan Attorney at Law , Office, First National Bank. RolUtssaa, Albuquerque, X. M. E. V. DOBSOX Attorney at Lav OfflceT Cromwell Block, Albuquerque, X. M. IRA M. ItOND Attorney at Law reiiHlons, Ijiiid rntents. Cop; tltvoiit. Letter Patents. Trad Marks, Claims. na F Street. X. M., Wu.Hilngton. Bw TIIOS. K. D. MADDISON. Attorney at Law Office 117 West Gold Arena JOHX V. WILSOX Attorney at Law. (Referee in Bankruptcy.) Office phone 1172. State Nal Bank Bldg. Albuquerque, N. IAV ARCHITECT F. XV. SPENCER Architect 1221 South Walter. Pnoatsr INSURANCE B. A. SLET8TKR Insurance, Real Estate, Nosawa, ' . . Public i; Rooms 12 and 14, CrotnwaO Albuquerque, X. M. Phone A. E. WALKER Fire Insurance Secretary Mutual Building 817 West Central Avenna. VETERINARY WILLIAM B ELD EX Veterinary. ' Surgery and Dentistry a Bpecaatsay. 403 South Edith Pttooa 4a. Q The Remedy That Doea. "Dr. Kings New Discovery la remedy that does the healing; promise but fall to perform," as Mra E. R. Plerson of Auburn Cent Pa. "It is curing ma of throat lung trouble of long standing other treatments relieved only taass porarlly. New Discovery la doing ansT so mucn good that I feel 001 Ita continued use for a re length of time will restore ma e feet health." This renowned and cold remedy la sold at all deadsaav uc ana i.uu. Trial bottle free. An advertisement In The CIO- sen Is an Invitation extended tat aU our readers. We Invite a a large majority of the neonle a your store. an BJ Resolved that all orders tor aj supplies of any and all klnaa at and for all purposes be made eiat m on the regular requisition blank s of the Irrigation Congreaa pre- m vlded for that purpose, and said J requisition must be slrned K an chairman of the auditing eoca- A mlttee, or In his absence by the Ek acting chairman; that all bill Incurred must be properly saV vouehered before narment ansl SB audited at any meeting of the 1- auditing committee, by tba M- chairman of said committee, or In his absence by the actlbg aa chairman. as BIRCH OLD SPITZ, a t Chalrn&am- BO, 1 J T GUARANTKJ20 SATIbFAOXOJt tOXOJtii h iimn au ewers comDinca. D. MACVHBR30N. gj OEOROB1 1RNOT sn MONEY T-IFUMDED. SOLD W TOWN Ft as. e4w4a