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A TRTJQUERQTJE CITIZEN.
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THERE. A morning pa
per la usually carried
down town by the bead
of the family and hur
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honied jr, but thorough
ly, ao that all advertise.
ax-nU receive their ahare
of attention. It preaenta
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ahead, giving the pros
peotlTe purchaser time to
itnn a shopping tmr for
tlie next morning.
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lac 'Hie Citizen because
lliey know their adver
Mst'itH'ntN are seen and
read at tile homes In the
evening, and If they are
offering something worthy
of attention, their ad has
accomplished Its mission.
The Citizen has never
given premiums to sub
scribers, but la subscribed
to and paid for on Ita
news merits, showing
tliat Its subscribers hare
money with which to buy
nlint they want from
legitimate merchi nM
These are the people
The Citizen Invites to
The Citizen employs a
man whose business It is
to look after your adver
tising wants. He will
write your copy if you
wlHb, If not. he will see
that your ads are "set
up" to look their best
and tie will attend to
them from day to day.
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Tlie Citizen? Tour com
petitors are, and are
profiting by it. Do you
think conservative busi
ness men are spending
money w litre they are
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In the swim and watch
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Is the Best
Won. Lost. P.C.
Detroit 6 34 .622
St. Louis 63 37 .689
Chicago 61 39 .667
Cleveland ...'.4 42 .623
Philadelphia 43 43 .600
Huston 41 48 .461
Washington 33 64 .379
New York 32 68 .366
Won. Lost. P.C.
Plttshurg 54 35 .607
Chicago 50 36 .681
New York 60 87 , .675
Philadelphia 44 38 .637
Cincinnati 46 44 .511
Boston 40 47 .460
Brooklyn 32 63 .378
St. Louis 30 56 .348
Won. Lost. P.C.
Sioux City 64 88 .687
Omaha 53 38 .582
Lincoln 50 42 .543
Denver ....50 48 .510
Pueblo 39 65 .415
Des Moines 33 68 .363
At St. Louis - R. II. E.
SI. Loui 6 10 1
Washington 0 2 1
Batteries: Powell and Stephens;
Hughes, Burns and Warner.
At Chicago R. II. E.
Chicago 1 3 0
Philadelphia 2 9 1
Batteries: White, F. Smith and
Weaver; Vlckers and Schreck.
At Detroit R. H. E.
Detroit 4 7 2
New York , 2 8 3
Batteries: Wlllett and Schmidt;
Hokk, Chesbro, Manning and Kleinow.
R. II. E.
3 4 4
, 4 11 2
Morgan, C'cotte and Carrlgan.
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
Chicago '. 3 7 1
Brooklyn 1 6 1
Batteries: Reulbach and Moran;
Bell. Hitter and Bergen.
Second game " R. II. E.
Chicago 6 11 0
Brooklyn 6 9 1
Batteries: Lundgren and Kling;
Bell, Tucker and Bergen.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
St. Louis 1 4 0
Philadelphia 2 3 1
Batteries: McGlynn and Bliss; Mc-
Qulllln and Dooln.
Second game R. II. E.
St. Louis 1 8 2
Philadelphia ...5 9 0
Batteries: Raymond. Bebee and
Ludwig; Foxen and Jacklitsch.
.it Boston R. H. E.
Cincinnati 1 8 3
Boston 10 17 0
Batteries: Cnakley and McLean;
McCarthy and Oraham.
Second game R. H. E.
Cincinnati 0 4 6
Boston 6 10 0
Batteries: Campbell and Schle
Ferguson and Bowerman.
At New York R. II. E
Pittsburg 4 8 0
New York 3 4 1
Batteries: Maddox. Young and Olb.
Mathewson and Bres-
W'cKtcrii I euijiie.
A: Sioux City R. H. E.
Sioux City , 3 8 0
Denver 1 4 1
Batteries: Starr and Henry; Olm
stia.l an .1 McDonnugh.
At Omaha R. H. E.
Omaha. 4 8 1
Pueblo. . 3 8 1
Batteries: Hollenback and Oondlng:
Honska, Fitzgerald and Mltze.
At Des Moines R. H. E.
Des Moines 2 9 1
Lincoln ,...6 9 2
Batteries: fcllmore, Bates and Wel
gart; Hendricks and Zlnran.
AMERICAN ASSOCI VnOY.
At Columbus: Columbus 5; Kansas
City 4 (10 Innings).
At Louisville: First game, Louisville
4: Minneapolis fl. Second game. Louis
ville 3: Minneapolis 5.
At Toledo: Toledo 2; Milwaukee 8.
At In jlanapolls: Indianapolis 5;
St. Paul 4.
with ample means and; unsurpassed facilities
OF LIJUQUKRQUE. N M.
Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation
and Solicits New Accounts!
OMCER9 AND DIRECTOR
SOLOMON LUNA, President
W S. STklCKLER. Vice President and Cashier
W. J. JOHNSON, Assistant Cashier
William Mcintosh, J. C. Haldridge,
A. M. Blackwell. O. E. Cromwell.
FOR RENT Saddle ponies. Arch F.
Wilson, 401 S. Edith. Tel. 1694.
FOR RENT Large, cool,, furnished
rooms, 612 N. Second St
FOR RENT Nice, large furnrlshed
rooms. 209 S. Broadway.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
use of bath, central. 410 Bast Cen
FOR RENT 4 room furnished cot
tage, close to shops. 117 Atlantle
avenue. Apply on premises.
FOR RENT Large cool rooms for
housekeeping. Rent reasonable.
Call at rear. 624 W. Central Ave.
FOR SALE Family pony, harness.
buggy and raddle. 1009 So. Arno.
FOR SALE Cheap, 6 Navajo blank
ets. Call 1507 S. 2nd St,
FOR SALE: One horse trap, cheap
Apply 305 Santa Fe.
FOR SALE 6 room brick, large lot.
Highlands, 31700. Elder, 9 Armljo
FOR SALE Household goods of ev
ery description cheap. 100 South
FOR SALE: 4 rooms, closet, pantry.
city water, porches acreened, 11050.
Easy payments like rent. Elder,
9 Armljo Bldg.
FOR SALE Best transient and
rooming house in the city. Inquire
FOR-SALE One inverted gaeollne
lamp, 600 candle power, and two
gallon tank, practically new. 118 Vi
South Second St.
FOR SALE Fine buckskin driving
horse, buggy and harness cheap.
MS South Edith.
FOR SALE Crabapples at Foraker'e
ranch, 2 cents a pound.
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 la worth. On exhibit at Whit
son's Music Store. 124 South Sec
ond street. Albuquerque.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a brand
new Stevens shotgun, never been
fired. A high grade and thorough,
ly modern gun. Inquire at The
BARGAINS IN ACRE PROPERTY.
In 6 and 10 acre tracts, within tw
miles of the city limits, at 320 to $76
per acre. Also a ranch of 1600 acres.
all valley land, at 830 per acre.
10 ACRE TRACTS
On Fourth street, at 850 per acre
Others small tracts at proportional
prices. Money to loan on approved
Felipe J. Gurule,
Room 19. Armljo Block, 304 West
Central Avenue, Albuquerque. N. M
Cliamberiain's Oollc, Chotern and IK
arrhoea Remedy Would Have
Saved Him 100.00.
"In 1903 I had a very aevere attacl
of diarrhoea,' sayt. R. N. Farrar o
Cat Island, La. "For several week)
I was unable to do anything. Ot
March 18. 1907. I had a similar a
tack, anl took Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whlei
gave me prompt relief. I consider 1
oa 3? Ta tst medicines of Ita kin'
in the wcrtS, and had I used It !
1M1 bMv It would have saved m
a hnnorea oonar doctor's bill." Sol'
by alt drurrista
It will rain again and you will need
a pair of rubbers. We have all sizes
for men, women and children. Prices
run from 60 to 85 cents. C. May's
Shoe Store, 314 West Central avenue.
We otter One Hundred Dollars He
wn rd for any case of Catarrn that can
not be curea by Hall s Catarrh Cure
F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known K.
J Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable In all
bualnes transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
K hi- M - '
WAI.D1NO, KINNAN MARVIN,
Wholesitle Crugguu, luieVr. O.,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Testl
moniala sent free. Price 76c per bottle.
ooin vy nil uruirri.
Take Halls family Pills for const!
Just received a carload of glass. Let
os quote you prices. Superior Lumber
and MP! I Co.
WANTED Ladles to can and see ear
new styles In millinery at reduced
prices. Crane Millinery 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
WANTEDFor U. S" Army: Able
bodied unmarried men between
ages of It and 16; cltliena of
United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For
Information apply to Recruiting Of.
fleer, 108 E. Central Ave., Albu
querque, N. M.
WANTED To purchase a Jersey milk
cow; must be gentle, sound and
good for milk and butter. State
price, when fresh or will be, and
age. Address S. D. Allen, Cubero,
WANTED The Royal Highlanders
are the "staunchest craft that sails
Jthe fraternal seas" the "Great Re
serve Fund society." These are
times when conservative people are
buying fraternal Insurance, We need
several more men In New Mexico;
will pay excellent salary and 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., 609 S. High., Albuquerque.
WANTED Capable salesman to cov
er New Mexico with atapla line.
High commissions, with 3100
monthly advance. Permanent posi
tion to right man. Jess H. Smith
Co.. Detroit. Mich.
WAN'-fED 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
once. Coast Lighting Company,
92n Yesler Way, Seattle.
-SALESMAN First clasa all 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
ONE exclusive agent for every town
to take orders for made-to-measure
suits for men and women; $100
monthly or more easily ened;
sample outfit, 250 styles newest
woolens, In handsome carrying case,
free of cost. Opportunity to estab
lish prosperous and growing busi
ness without Investment. Full In
structions with every outfit. Apply
today. The Eagle Tailoring Co.,
Dept. 37, 213-818 Franklin St.. Chl
cago. SALESMEN AND AQENTS-$ f t
$50.00 per week and over can be
made selling New Campaign Nov
elties from now unt'l election. Sells
to stores, county fairs, picnics and
private families. Complete line of
samples, charges prepaid, for 60c.
Order today. Chicago Novelty Co.,
SO Wabash Ave., Chicago.
WANTED A real genume salesman
a man who has ability and who will
work for us as hard and consclen
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 f Calendars, Advertls
Ing Specialties and Druggists La
beta and Boxea, and our Una la ao
attractive and varied that each and
every buslnesa In every town In the
country, without regard to alsa, can
be successfully solicited. Our goods
are very attractive, but no more ao
than our reasonable prices, and wa
know from the experience of others
who have been and are now In our
employ that any bright hustling
dim who has good average ability
and Is wiling to work can make
with us from 160 to I ISO per week.
Muat be ready to oommance work
at once. Commissions liberal. Our
company waa organised In 1882. We
are capitalised for 8200,000. Wa
state this simply to show that we
are responsible and mean buslne
If you do, It 111 pay yon to write
Sale Manager, Merchants Publish
Ing Co., Kalamaaoo, Mich. Enclose
this advertisement with your appll
Twenty-live Cents Is the Price ot
The terrible -itching and smarting
Incident to certain skin diseases, la
almost Instantly allayed by applying
Chamberlain's Salve. Price, II cent
For sale by all druggists.
Are you looking for something? Re
member the want columns of The
Evening Citizen are for your especial
benefit. It talks to the people and
they talk to you.
t CURE the LUNGS
i run h"Zw -o-
I UI VsOLDS Trial Bottle Free
I aid At . THROAT AND IUNQ TROUBLES.
OUABANTSZO SATIS FaVOXOJaV
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels, also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10 and as high as
1200. 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 ua before bor
rowing. . . THE IIOCSIIOVLD liOAX CO. . .
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms, 3 and 4, Orant Bldg.
303 H West Railroad Ave.
AQENTS WANTED To sell guaran
teed safety raior; prize 60c; big
profits; every man who shaves buys
one. Standard Supply Co., 1017
Whitman at., Cincinnati. Ohio.
WANTED A genu, either aex, earn
160 to 1100 per week selling ex
qulsltely embroidered pongee allk
walat patterns, dresa patterns,
drawn work waists. National Im
porting Co., Desk D, (91 Broadway.
AGENTS wanted for the most rapid
selling household necessity ea
earth. Every wotaan buys one on
sight. Send 10 centa for aampla
and full Information to Sales Man
ager, 111 Brlnckerhoof Ave . Utlca,
HONEST AGENTS 89 daya credit.
New circular ready. Soaps selling
better than aver. W.ite. Parker
Chemical Co., Chicago.
II.:: PER WORD In sorts classified
ada. In tt leading papera In U. 8
8end for list. The Dake Advertis
ing Agency, 427 South Main street,
Los Angeles. v
MARRY your choice. Particular peo
ple, everywhere, Introduced with
out publicity; no fakes; detalla free.
Address, A. C, box 1228, Los An-
AOENT8 Introduce SOPASTB to
factories, railroad shops, etc. Re
moves grease dirt quickly; Immense
aalea; amaslng profits. Parker
Chemical Co., Chicago.
LADY SEWERS Make sanitary belts
' at home; materials furnished; 816
per hundred. Particulars stamped
envelope. Dept. 961, Dearborn
Specialty Co., Chicago.
ASTHMA, hay fever sufferers, I have
found a liquid that cures. It you
want free bottle send six centa In
stamps for postage. Address T.
Corham. Grand Rapids, Mich. 476
WANTED Traveling men ana solid
tors calling on druggists, confection
era, etc., covering Albuquerque anil
surrounding territory and states, to
carry our celebrated line of choco
lates on good commission basis.
Bowes Allegrettl, 26 River St., Chi
cago. WANTED By jobbing house, men to
sell rugs, linoleum, etc., on commis
sion. Men calling upon small trade
preferred. Comparatively V little
weight or bulk to sample. Care
'Linoleum." room 1201, No. 108
Fulton street, New York.
WANTED- Salesman, experienced In
any line, to sell general trade In
New Mexico. Liberal commissions
with 136 weekly advance. One
salesman earned tl.262 62, his first
two months with us. The Contin
ental Jewelry Co., Cleveland, Ohio
LOST and FOUND
LOST A horse boot between Second
street and Old Town. Return to 601
N. Second. J. C. Martin.
Take a Vacation.
Now is the time to take a vacation,
get out Into the woods, fields and
mountains and visit the seashore, but
do not forget to take a bottle ot
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy along with you. It
Is almost certain to be needed and
cannot be obtained on railroad tralna
or steamships. It Is too much of a
risk for anyone to leave home on a
tourney without It For sale by all
It U a very aerioua matter to ask
for one medicine and have the
wrong one given you. For this
reason we urge yon in buying
to be careful to get the genuine
The reputation of this old, relia
ble medicine, for constipation, in
digestion and liver trouble, ia firm
ly established. It does not imitate
other medicines. It ia better than
others, or it would not be the fa
vorite liver powder, with a larger
sale than all others combined.
SOLD TJf TOWN tt
Have the finest thing in the oven
line for a pas or gasoline stove.
Call and let us show them to you.
FOR RENT 23 room room
ing house, new and modern;
will he ready about Sept. 1, .
FOR RENT 3 store rooms,
else SSxBO ft.; good location.
FOR SALE Rooming house,
J8 rooms, doing good business;
centrally located; reasons for
FOR SALE Modern 8 room
residence, brick, good location,
on terms or cash; $4,000.
Get a Travelers' Accident and
Health Policy. Money to Loan.
M. L. 8CHTJTT.
SIO South Second Street.
MORE BARGAINS IN RANCHES.
Fifteen acres) of very good land
under Irrigation, four miles sjortb
of town, well fenced with barbed
wire and cedar posts; 1750.00
Fifty acres first clasa Irrigated
land, three miles from the city,
under high state of cultivation,
fenced with barlted wire nnil large
cedar posts; price per acre, 875.00.
About 100 acres ot ttrwi clasa
Irrlgateal land, located four miles
north of town, 50 acres under
cultivation (last year uas planted
In wheat), well feticrd tvlth four
wires and cedar posts, main dltoh
runs through Ian-! uilo perfect.
Price for tltc wlioli tract, for a
short time only 8H.')Oo M. This
la a snap for eonietxxly.
A. MONTOY A
RerJ Estate and Loans. Notary
Public. Hi W. Gold- Ave.
A little forethought may save you
no end of trouble. Anyone who make
It rule to keep Chamberlain's Collo,
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy at
hand knowa this to be a fact. For
sale by all druggists.
Notice is hereby given that meet
ing of the stockholders of the Albu
querque Eastern Railway Company,
on September 1. 1908, gt S o'clock
p. m., at the general office of the
company In the city of Albuquerque,
New Mexico, has been called by the
Board of Directors, for thu purpose
of taking Into consideration an agree
ment of consolidation and merger of
the Santa Fe Central Railway Com
pany and the Albuquerque Eastern
Railway Company, and taking a vote
by ballot, for the adoption or rejec
tion of the same, and for the trans
action of any other business that may
be brought before the meeting.
W. E. HAQAN.
111 11!'. II (lif'l-UUvil
DR. SOLOMON L. BCBTOM
Physician and Bargeaa.
Highland office (It Bert WeJfa
Street Phone lets.
DBA BRONSON A BRONSOOf
HomcofwthJe Physictaais aad fJu
gvoos. Over V ana's Drag eTlai
Office HI; Residence 111.
DR. J. E. KRAFT
Rooane t and S, BaraeU
Over O'lUeUv'a Draw
Appointments mad by aaadl
EDMUND J. ALGER, IX D.
Offloe hours. a. m. to IJ:M an
1.S0 to ft p. m.
Apointmenta made by aaaiL
sus west central Avenue.
R. W. D. Bryan
Attorney at Law
Office, Flrxt National Rank Bolldiaaj,
Albuquerqne, N. M.
E. W. DOBSON
Attorney at Law
Office, Cromwell Block,
Albuquerque, N. ML
IRA M. BOND
Attorney at Law
Pennioiis, Ijiik! Patents, Cop
Caveats, letter Patents, Trade)
S2 F Sreet, N. M., Washington, D.
TIIOV K. D. MADDISON.
Attorney at Law
Of lice 117 West Gold A venae
JOHN W. WILSON
Attorney at Law.
(Referee In Bankruptcy.)
Office phone 1171. State Nal
Pank Bldg. Albuquerque, N. Id.
F. W. SPENCER
1221 South Waiter! Phoave
B. A. SLKYSTKR
In so ranee, Real Eetata, Notary '
Rooms ia and 14, CromweH BtoeaV
Albuquerque, N. M. Phone) 1M
A. E WALKER
Fire Insurance u'jjjsfj
. ' ""-"ej
secretary Mutual Bonding
SIT West Central Aveasaa,
WILLI AM B ELD EN
Surgery and Dentistry a SpeeaaJsy.
oa South Edith Phono 40ft.
Tlie Remedy That Doe.
"Dr. King a New Discovery Is tW
remedy that does the healing; others
promise but fall to perform,"
Mrs. E. R. Plerson of Auburn Cent
Pa. "It ia curing me of throat
lung trouble of long standing
other treatments relieved only
porarlly. New Discovery Is doing; an
so much good that I feel confidasst
Its continued use for a reasonabao
length of time will restore me to
feet health." This renowned
and cold remedy Is sold at all dealers.
10c and 11.00. Trial bottle free.
An advertisement In The CIO. 4)
sen Is an Invitation extended to
all our readers. We Invite a 4
large majority of the people to 4)
4) your store. a)
4 Resolved that all orders for
4 supplies of any and all kinds
4 and for all purposes be made out s)
4 on the regular requisition blank
4 of the Irrigation Congress pro- 4)
4 vlded for that purpose, and said 4)
e requisition must be signed by 4)
4 chairman of the auditing com- 4)
4 mlttee, or In hia absence by the D
v acting c&alrman: that all bills B
4 Incurred must be properly s
4 Touchered before paymeat aad e
a audited at any meeting of the 4
4 auditing committee, by the
4) chairman of said committee, or s
4 In his absence by the actlag
4 chairman. sj.
HERO-HOLD 8PITZ. 0
4) D. MACVHERSON, V
4 OEOROB ARNOT. S
OB tfONEY REFUNDED.
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