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FRIDAY, ACGVST SI. 1908. F&OK Some Reasons Why G Bmum The Qtlsen la a mm paper. It U either deiiverea by carrier at Ifa bow la carried home by the bualneea aacn wheat his day's work la atoae aaal at STAYS THERE. A moraine pa per la anally carried down town by the brad of the family and hor riedly read. , The Cltlaen la not read hurriedly, rut thorough ly, ao that all advertise. seat receive tbHrahare of attention. It preamta the atore new a little ahead, giving the pro pectlre purchaser thne to plan a shopping tour for tlie next morning. T Wine advertisers patron ize The Citizen because they know their adver tiNeniciita are seen and read at tle home In the evening, and if they are offering something wortlty of attention, their ad baa aceoniiliKlied Ita mission. 1 I The Citizen liaa never given preiuiunta to sub acrlbcrs, but la subscribed to and paid for on Ita news mcrlti, allowing that Ita subscribers have money with which to boy what they want from legitimate m e r c h a nta. Ttiewe are tlie people The Citizen Invite to your atore. z The- Citizen employs a man wliotw buniiiens it la to look after your adver tising wants, lie will write your copy if you wlHh. If not. he will aee that your ada are "set up" to look their beet aad lie will attend to tlieni from day to day. E Are you advertising In Tlie Cltlaen T Tour com petitors are, and are profiting by It. Do you think conservative bual neni men are Spending money liere they are not getting remits? Get ui tlie sulm and watch your biunei grow. : : N Is the Best Advertising Medium in Albuquerque i MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STAND1NU OF THE TEAMS. National League. Clubs Won. Lost. P. C. Pittsburg 64 42 .604 New Yolk 61 42 . Chicago 61 45 .676 Philadelphia 67 47 .642 Cincinnati 65 65 .600 Boston 47 61 .OS Urooklyn 40 64 .333 St. Louis 37 6 .349 American League. Club; Won. Lost. P. C. Detroit St. Louis . . , Cleveland . . Chicago . . . Philadelphia Boston Washington New York . , 65 42 .607 62 46 .674 61 48 .660 6 0 .641 62 63 .433 63 66 .436 43 63 .406 85 72 .327 Western League. Won. Lost. P.O. Clubs Omaha 69 46 .600 Sioux City 65 60 .666 Lincoln 62 64 .634 Denver 61 68 .613 Pueblo 49 63 .433 Des Moines 41 76 .350 GAMES YESTERDAY. National League. At St. Louis It. H. E. St. Louis 4 9 1 Philadelphia 0 6 4 Batteries: Raymond and Ludwlg; McQulllcn, Corridon and Dooln. At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago 10 15 2 Boston 2 6 1 Batteries: Pfelster and Kling; Fer guson, Chapele and Graham. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Cincinnati 0 8 1 New York 2 4 3 Batteries: Coakley and McLean; Matthewson and Bresnahan. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Pittsburg 1 4 1 Brooklyn 6 15 0 PaUii-lcs: Camnltz, Loever, Lelfield and (Jibcon; Mjlntyrc and Bergen. Ainrrliiiii Lcnjrne. At l'hiladephia It. H. E. Chicago 1 6 1 l'h ladelphla 6 8 0 Batteries: White, Owen and Sul livan; Shaw, Bender and Schreck. At Boston R. H. E. Boston 6 10 2 Cleveland 4 6 2 Batteries: Arellanes and Crlger; Juss, Foster and N. Clarke. ' At Washington R. H. E. Washington 2 7 0 St. Louis 0 6 2 Batteries: Keely and Street; Bailey and Smith. At New York Detroit New York Batteries: Winter R. II. E. .394 .484 Schmidt; and Manning and Blair. Western League. At Pueblo Lincoln Pueblo R. II. E. 6 10 0 4 6 3 Batteries: Jones and Zlnran; Gal- gano and Smith. At Denver R. II.. E Denver 2 2 2 Omaha 4 11 3 Batteries: Corbett and Zalusky; Rhoades and Lebrand. Second game Denver Omaha R .H. E 7 9 3 6 12 3 Batteries: Bohannon and McDon ough; Hollenbzeck and Gondlng. n H E I At Des Moin Des Moines Sioux City S 10 0 ' 2 4 2 ' Batteries: Olmstead and Kecklnger; McKay and Henry. American Association. At Kansas City: First game, Kai- sas City 3. Louisville 2. Second gam Kansas City 7. Louisville 3. At Milwaukee: Milwaukee 1, Indl anapolls 2. At St. Paul: St. Paul 9. Toledo 8. At Minneapolis: Minneapolis 7, Co lunibus 6. A Faithful Friend. "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since It was first introduced to the public In 1872, and have never found one instance where a cure was not speed ily effected by Its use. I have been i commercial traveler for eighteen ; years, and never start out on a trip without this, my faithful friend." says H. 8. Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a man has used a remedy for thirty-five years he knows Its value, and Is competent to speak of It. For saVi by all druggists. There is scarcely any one, no matter how vigorous and healthy, who does not need a tonic sometimes. Little physical irregularities upset the eysWiu, the appetite fails, digestion is poor, the body feels tired and worn out, and other unpleasant symptoms give warning that tlie system is disor dered anil needs assistance to ward off, perhaps, some serious sickness oi ailment. S. S. S. is recognized everywhere as tLe best of all tonics, nature's medicine, made entirely of healinV, cleansing, inviironttin' roots and herbs, a systemic remedy without an equal. being the greatest of all Mood purifiers. It re-establishes tlie healthy circu lation of the blood, rids the body of that tired, worn-out feeling, improves the appetite ami digestion, and brings about a return of health to those whose Systems have been weuhened or depleted. S. S. S. acts more promptly aiid pleasantly than any other medicine, and those who are run down in health should commence its use ;it once. It will thoroughly purify tlie blood and tone up the system. S. S. S. is admirably suited for a systemic remeily because it is free from minerals; it may le used without harmful results by persons of any age, and no unrileasant effe-cts t-ver follow. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. J C L A3 SIFIBD ADS ! THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE tfffftftW?ftftfffTtfV?TVTTTTTTTTTTTTTt'TT..,,ttTl? aAaaaAAaaazvSwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa WANTED WANTED At once, one experienced marker, also lady assistant in of fice. Imperial Laundry Co. WANTED A young man as clerk In general store, must speak Spanish. State references, experience and sal ary wanted. Apply P. O. care Cltl aen. fcTONE mason, plasterer, paper hang ing, by day or contract. Address T. O'Brien, city. Female Help LADY SEWERS Make sanitary belts at home; materials furnished; $15 per hundred. Particulars stamped envelope. Dept. 961, Dearborn Specialty Co., Chicago. FOR RENT FOR RENT Large, cool, furnished rooms. 612 N. Second St. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms piano if desired. Inquire at 211 So. Edith street B'OR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, also nicely fur nished front room. 403 West Cen tral. FOR RENT 'lwo lurmshed rooms for light housekeeping. Centrally located. Rent reasonable. No In valids. Apply at 214 W. Iron ave nue. FOR SALE FOR SALE Furniture for 3 rooira. Must be sold at once. 229 W. Silver. FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, fresh. Inquire 816 Mountain roaa. FOR SALE Underwood typewriter $35. Millett Studio. FOR SALE Furniture, chickens, buggy and harness, 609 South High street FOR SALE A fine Hardman p alio, 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. AGENTS WANTED We want an agent In every town or county to sell our Kerosene Mantle Gas Burners, adaptable to most No. 2 or 3 collar oil lamp, burns any grade kerosene. Light, 100 candle power. Better and cheaper than gas or electricity. Lib eral commission exclusive terri tory. 609-66 Fifth avenue. Chicago. AM-SlllCIOt BUREAU mil MANY LIVES New York Institution Has Done Good Work bince It Started Two Years Ago. New York,1 Aug. 21. Since the anti-suicide bureau was started la New York two years ago 600 men and women have sought advice. It Is the belief of Major Nice, head of the bureau, that had not the officials intervened, a large portion of the , . . , ..,,,,,1,1 V, n alrA thai. Una- i HU1I1UCI TOVUll IlCQ lanvil .iicil !n preparing a table it Is shown lrlut iuck ui euipiuyiuvui. neaus "8t of causes. Then come gambling. nnanciai airncuiues, ramuy irouoies and other causes of less frequency. Some attribute their desire for death !tJ loneliness. Occasionally an "af- I nlty" stricken with remorse or cast l off comes In to say that she Is tired !vof life. It Is estimated by the bureau ! that their weekly visitors average about four. Stranse to say. during the financial stringency the number of applicants did not Increase. A day spent at the bureau affords the widest scope for the study of hu man nature. The types that visit the headquarters range everywhere from the ordinary hobo to the man and woman of gentle birth who have failed to find the Joy and blessing of living. The bureau Is not without Its quota of Impostors who attempt to use it as a means of obtaining money. Frequently a man comes In and says If he Is not given a certain sum of money he will end his life. Major Nice rarely takes this man serioislv. The morning I visited the bureau among the trailers was a young wo- NATURE'S PERFECT TONIC S. S. S. has tlie additional value of 4trfmfv4vt SALESMEN WANTED High class salesmen for New Era Safety Accounting System for banks, merchants and profes sionals. Wonderful opportunity. Plow & Motter Co., 2516 Wabash Ave., Chicago. ANTED Salesmen for guaranteed used automobiles. All prices. Cars rebuilt and guaranteed liky new by manufacturers. High commissions. Great opportunity. Auto Clearing House, 240 Michigan Ave., Chicago. WANTED Representative. We want a representative to handle Ford au tomobiles In Albuquerque and vi cinity. Live hustler can easily clear 1 2.000 In season. Write with refer ences at once. Ford Motor Company Dept. H, Detroit, Michigan. 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 lor exclusivs 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 Tester Way. Seattle. SALESMAN First class all round hustler to cover unoccupied terri tory selling staple line to retail trade. Technical knowledge un necessary. Permanent to right man. $30.00 weely. Expenses ad vanced. Frank R. Jennings, Sales Manager, Chicago. ONE exclusive agent for every town to take orders for made-to-measure suits fjr men and women; $100 monthly or more easily exned; sample outfit 260 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. Tht Eagle Tailoring Co., Dept. 37, 213-218 Franklin St., Chi cago. SALESMEN AND AGENTS $ $ $ $50.00 per -week and over can he made selling New Campaign Nov elties from now until election. Seils to stores, county fairs, picnics and private families. Complete line of samples, charges prepaid, for 60c. Order today. Chicago Novelty Co., 60 Wabash Ave., Chicago. WANTED A real irenatne sal Mm an, 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 Arleona and New Mexico. We have a large, well known and in every way first class line f Calendars, Advertis ing Specialties and 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 size, can 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 are now In our employ that any bright hustling man who has good average ability and Is wiling to work can make with us from $60 to I1S0 per week. Must be ready to commence work at onre. Commissions liberal. Our company was organized In 1183. We are capitalised for $200,000. We state this almply to show that we are responsible and mean buslnes.. If you do. It 111 pay you to write Sales Manager, Merchants Publish. Ins Co., Kalamasoo, Mich. Bnclos this advertisement with your appll cation. man of refinement and education, the daughter of a well known aouthern physician. This young woman told her story to Mrs. Nice. She had be come Infatuated with a married man and had been the means of separat ing 'him from his wife, and had eventually gone to live with him. Now he was tired of her and had cast her off. A position was secured for her as waitress In a summer re sort hotel. The position hardly fit ted her requirement, but it gave her another chance li. Vie. In one of the malls has come a letter anj photograph of a man whose future Is already more cer tain. The revolver with which he had planned to take his life still lies In one of the drawers of the desk In the bureau. This man had come from a neighboring city be cause of lack of employment as a compositor. In despair he had told a friend that he was going to end his life. The man advised him to consult the Salvation Army first. For a number of weeks he was pro vided with the comforts of one of their hotels, but at last employment was secured, and today the man Is back with his wife and children and Is prospering. Why James I-ee Got Well. Everybody In Zanesvtlle, O., know Mrs. Mary Lee of rural route t. She writes: "My husband, James Lee. firmly believes he owes his life to the us of Dr. King's New Discovery. Hit lungs wers so severely affected that consumption seemed Inevitable, when a friend recommended New Discov ery. We tried It. and Its use has re stored him to perfect health." Dr. King's New Discovery Is the king of throat and lung remedies. For coughs and colds it has no equal. The first dose gives relief. Try Itl Sold under guarantee at all dealers. 60c and $1 00 Trial bottle free. DAILY THAN VVfffV VVVVVVVTTVVVVVVVVVt WWV WSSS StS4t4tf PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons and other Chattels, also on SALARIES AND WAREHOSB RE. CE1PTS, as low as $10 and as high as $200. Loans are quickly mada and strictly private. Time: Ona month to one year given. Oooda remain In your possession. Our rate are reas onable. Call and see us before bor rowing. . . THE HOl'SHOULD LOAN CO. ; . Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms, 8 and 4, Grant Bldg. 303 H West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evenings. Miscellaneous AGENTS WANTED To sen guaran teed safety rasor; prise 60c; big profits; every man who shaves buys one. Standard Supply Co., 2017 Whitman at., Cincinnati. Ohte. WANTED A sent, either sex, earn $60 to $100 per week selling ex quisitely embroidered pongee atlk waist patterns, dress patterns, drawa work waists. National Im porting Co., Desk D, 699 Broadway. New York- AG ENTS wanted tor the most rapid selling household necessity on earth. Every woman buys one on sight ' Send 10 cents for sample and full Information to Sales Man ager, 182 Brlnckerhoof Ave., Utlca, New York. HONEST AGENTS 30 days' credit New circular ready. Soaps selling better than aver. W.-lte. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. $T.; PER WORD tnssrts classified ads. In 36 leading papers In U. B. Send for list The Dake Advertis ing Agency, 437 South Main street Los Angeles. HARRY your choice. Particular peo ple, everywhere, Introduced with out publicity; no fakes; details free. Address, A. C, box 1338, Los An- galea, Cal. AGENTS Introduce SOPASTB to factories, railroad shops, etc. Re move grease dirt quickly; immense sales; amazing profits. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. MALE HELP ASTHMA, hay ever sufferers, I have found a liquid that cures. If you want free bottle send six cents in stamps for postage. Address T. 1 Qorham, Grand Rapids, Mica. 471 Shepard Bldg. WANTED Traveling men ana solic tors calling on druggists, confection ers, etc , covering Albuquerque anu surrounding territory and states, to carry our celebrated line of choco lates on good commission basis. Bowes Allegrettl, 3i River St., Chi cago. WANTED By Jobbing house, men to sell rugs, linoleum, etc., on commis sion. Men calling upon small trade preferred. Comparatively little weight or bulk to sample. Care "Linoleum." room 1201, No. 10$ Fulton street. New Tork. WANTED Salesman, experienced In any line, to sell general trade In New Mexico. Liberal commissions with tit weekly advance. One salesman earned 11,353 61, hie first two months with us. The Contin ental Jewelry Co., Cleveland, Ohio LOST and FOUND LOST A gold watch, size 05, New England works. Initials on back li. M. C. Reward if returned to Kenham Curio Store. NOTICE. Road Tax Now Due. The law requires every able-bodied man between the ages of 31 and 60 years to annually pay a road tax of 3 or. In lieu of sucn sum, to labor on the public road three days. Sec, 3. Chapter S3. Acts of the 37th Legis lative Assembly. The supervisor of road district No, 3, comprising precincts No. 13 and 2, which precincts Include the city of Albuquerque, accepts the office without compensation and is devoting time and energy to the discharge of the duties of the office to the end that proper use be made of the road fund and that we have good roads. The character of roads to be built and the line of work are determined by the Good Roads association. Mr. S. M. Porterfield Is authorized to receive payment of the road tax, and for the convenience of the public will make calls when he can do so or payment can be made at Porter fltl ' and Co.'s, 3I West Oold avenue. Tuf law will be strictly enforced. W. H. OILLENWATER. Supervisor. -2. ASSOCIATED rSUTVTRTlSINGCLVRS OFAttlLRICA CONvTNT ICN J IVANjAj Ull a YOU CAN SEE IN XTTXZZIXXXXXZXZXZZXXZZXJM M Davis &Zearing The Complete House Furnishers 20S W. Gold Ave. Have the finest thini? in the oven line for a gas or gasoline stove. K iaii and let us show them to you. PRICE $2.25 JnZIIIIIIIlITItlTlTlTIllC CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDOnrjrxXXXXX) FOR RENT 2a room room ing house, new and modern) vt ill be ready about Boot. 1, FOR RENT a atore rooaoa, atse ZaxSO ft,; good location. FOR SALE Rooming hoase, 28 rooms, doing good baslnesK centrally located; reasons for selling. , FOR SALE Modern 8 room residence, brick, good location, on terms or cash; $4,006. Oct a Travelers' Accident and Health Policy, Money to Loan. MORE BARGAINS IX RANCHES. Fifteen acre of very good land ander irrigation, four miles north of town, well fenced with barbed wire and cedar posts; 8750.00 cash. 1 lifty acres flrt class Irrigated lap. I. three miles from the elly, under It gh state of cultivation, fenced wih barbed wire and large enl.ir psti: price per acre. 075.00. About 100 acre l (irt eln4 IrrliraUsl land, dx-nted tour mile mi ih of town. 50 acres under cultivation (lust year nna planted In ulic"t), well fenced with four u lie. n d i-edur pmis. main ditch run- itirougli land, title perfect. Priiv for the uhole tract, for a short time only $0500.00. This Is a snap for somebody. A. MONTOYA RyJ Estate and Loans. Netary Public. 315 W. Gold Ave. Hair Dresser and Cldro odlsc. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors op posit the Alvarado and next door to Sturges cafe. Is prepared to give thorough scalp treatment, do halr- dressing, treat corns, bunlona and In growing nails. She gives massage treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of com plexion cream builds np tha akin and lmprovea the complexion, and la guaranteed not to be Injurious. She also prepare hair tonlo that cure and prevents dandruff and hair fall' Ing out; restore life to dead hair: removes moles, wart and superfluous balr. For any blemish of the face call and consult Mr. Bambini. It Is not what you pay for advertis ing, but what advertising PATS YOU. that makes It valuable. Our rates are Voweat for equal service. AND lit!. 5 ths LUNCd 1 FOB C W$ r w.i ' TMHfUTa'IDtUN'STSOl'RlFS AOR jJlGxCiY .EITUI.TDa. nar ' Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reaaon we urge you In buying to be careful to get the penulno Black-draiighT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, rella. ble medicine, for constipation, In digestion and liver trouble, is firm ly established. It does not imitato other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not bo tha fa. vorite liver powder, with a larger Bale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN Fa A MONTH til f ( t t )t ( () M PHYSICIANS DR. SOLOMON L. DTJRTOH Physician and Snrgnosv. Highland office (10 South Street. Phone 1030. DRS, BRONSON A RUOXSCKH Homeopathic Physicians aa.1 Ore Vann'a Drag Stora. Office 11$; Residence 1(11. DENTISTS OR. J. K. KRAFT Dental Surgery Rooma S and S, Harnett Over O'RleUy'a Drug gtara. Appointment made by aaai Phone 14. KDMUND 4. ALGER, DM Office boars, B a. m. to 1X:M p. as 1:30 to ft p. m. Appointments made by maU. aCo West Central Avenue. Phone LAWYERS R. W. D. BRYAN Attorney at Law Office Fir Nntionnl Rank Albuquerque, N. M. J E. W. DOBSOX Attorney at Law Office, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque, N. M. ui 1 IRA M. BOND . u . . ' - " j, S4sat2 Attorney at Law ' Pensions, Land Patents, Copyrights, Caveats, Letter Patents, Trad Marks, Claims. m 33 F Street, N. M Washington, Dl 8k TllOS. K. D. MADDISON Attorney at Law Office 117 West Gold Arena m JOIL W. WILSON Attorney at Law. -Bank Bldg. Albuquerque, N. (Referee In Bankruptcy.) urnce pnone 1173. State Ni ARCHITECT F. W. SPENCER SM Architect 12S1 Sooth Walter St. INSURANCE B. A. 6LETSTER. Insurance, Real Estate, IT Public Rooma 13 and 14. Cromwefl Albuquerque, N. 1L, Phone 1S4L A. E. WALKER Fire Insurance Secretary Mutual Building . 111 West Central Are Resolved that all order rr rapalle of any and all klaa aad for all purpose be made Owt oa the regular requisition blank of th Irrigation Coegrea pro- Tided for that purpose, and said a reqahaUoa most be signed by eV chairman of th auditing eon- $) mitt, or In hi absen by the U acting chairman; that all bills B iaerr4 sauat b properly Toackr4 before payment aad att4 at any meeting of th auditing commute. by th chairman of said eommttte, or B? In bis ebaeac by the acting chairman. f rERfTUOLD SPITZ. Chalrmaa. at D. M ACVHEHSON. . QEOROE ARNOT.