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VRtDAT, NOVEMDER , ItOft. ALB UQ CTERQUE CITIZEN Pl. MCVKM WATCH WHfcRE YOU'RE GOING RID YOURSELF GROWS POISOIJ BY FRANK R IEET CLASSIFIED ADS c, OF 10 SUPPLY STOMACH 0 IE - They Reach More People Daily Than You vyivr.:? WANTED Two bell boys. Alvara do hotel. n .... . ..-- i . iiuuera at one. "9 Intosh Hardware company, Alba- ouerque. N. U WA.ltu lot) men to work --.facing and laying railroad track. App y to J. M. Chllders. Supu Santa Bar- ,..., In Pole f'n H"-V V. WANTED Lady living alon wlahM a luuy roomer; one employed pre ferred. Pleasant room w th nviri rn conveniences. Mrs. Rutherford, J17 a Broadway. WANTED auvcra toagastne require the service of a man In Albuquer que to look after explitng subscrip tions and to secure new bus .nea bv means of special methods unusual ly effective; position permanent; prefer one with experience, bit would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications; salary 11.60 per day, with commission op tion. Address, with references, B C. Peacock, room 12, Success Magazine Rldg.. New York. WANTED We have a few more va cancies for honest. enTgeilo nv-n to aell a general Hn of groceries to farmer, stockmen and all Imge consumers. Experience unneces. ary; no Investment; exclusive ter rltory; commissions advanced; o-ir goods are guaranteed to comply with all pure food law. Th'. 1 the grocery salesman's harve-t season, s well as the farmer'; exceptional opportunity. Write today for par tlculars. John Sexton & Co . wholesale grocer". " ake and Frank lln atreeta, Chicago. SALESMEN wat.ij Traveling- salesmen anil mm.ril -vents. Write and we will explain how we pay 'rom 185.00 to 1150.00 per month and iraver.ng ex penses. No canvassing necessary. We need men In every section of the United States. Writo now be fore It is too late. H. D. Martel. Ohlcasro. 111. Dept. 73. SALKSMK.N Experienced In any line to ell general trade In New Mexico, - hiiktixIImI snecialtv nrODOsitinn Commission with 115.00 weekly advance for expenses. The Conti nental Jewelry Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1110.00 MOTOR CYCLE or horse and buggy furnished our men ror trav eling and 185.00 per month and ex pense, to take order for the greatest portrait house In th world. Ton will receive, postpaid, a oeau tlful 11x10 reproduction of oil painting In answer to this ad. Whit It, Chicago. WANTED 500 experienced talesmen of good address at once to sen Mexican lands; big commissions; our best men are mak'ng 1500 o 11,000 a month; everybody buys land. Mexican West Coast Com pany. Kansas City, Mo. WANTED Salesmen for guaranteed. used automobiles. All price. Car rebuilt and gutranteed like new by manufacturer. High commission Great opportunity. Auto. Clearing Hons. 140 Michigan Ave., Chicago, WANTEDCa pable sale man to coy '' er New Mexico with staple line. High commissions, with 1100.00 monthly advance. Permanent po sition to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit Mich SALESMEN liiieret,i,- in Pot CarJ ide line, write for our new offer. Free sample outfit, highest com missions. We manufacture com plete line of albums, stands, cards views. Continental Art Co., 3S6 W. Monroe fit.. Chleaeo. SALESMAN Experience-, to sell our . line cake and candy specialties to the retail grocery trade In Albu querque and adjoining territory. Lowest prices; highest quality; lib eral commission contract; exclusive territory. The Rnser-Runkle Com pany, Kenton, Ohio. WANTED We have a few more va cancies for honest, energetic men to ell a general lino of groceries :o farmers, stockmen and all large consumers. Experience unneces sary; no Investment; exclusive ter ritory; commissions advanced; our goods are guaranteed to comply with all pore food laws. This the grocery salesman's harvest sea son as well as the farmer's; exeep Monal opportunity. Write today for particulars. John Sexton Co, wholesale grocers. Lake and Franklin streets. Chicago. Furnished Rooms HilTKI, CUAICK, 118 W. S Ivor ave nue. Nicely furnished rxmn, steam heat, bnihrt and till nmvenleiie. Spoolal weekly nte. KOHRENTtv.o rooms -nj a large porch, suitable for business or housekeeping. Rent reasonable. Mrs. A. R.Bhelton, 40S W. Central rOr. RENT PurnlshTdnroomsTsteam heat. Grand Central Hotel, corner Ind 6t. and Central Ave. FOR KENT Mill Il-NT- Two front furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 120 West Ooid avenue. FOH KENT Mouse- furnlalicl aed jnfurnisheil, 4 to 7 rooms. W. M. McMlllion. real er-tate broker, 111 W. Gold. Foil RENT A nice laige store room", also some nlcily furnished room-l for llxht hnuarkeeplnn. App'y ' Mrs. Doran, 624 West Central Ave. PEKMJNAL PliOPKKTI LOANS MONEY to LOAN On farnitur. Pianos. Organ. Hora-- Wagons and other .battels, also n 8ALAR1E3 AND WAREHOUSE R.-CEIPT9 as low as SIC and as high as $100. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: On month to on year given. Goods remain In your possess Ion. Our rata are reasonable. Call and se us be fore borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steam ship ticket to and from aj part of th wurld. Rooms t and 4. Grant Bldg 101 H We Central Avenue. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evening-. AGENTS WANTED Agent to sell newly pat ented rapid selling household spe cialty for manufacturers; great de mand with large profits. Address Msnufacturer, P. O. Box 1701, Pittsburg, Pa. AGENTS Are you an agent 7 Do you want to be an agent? Do you want to make money In your spare time, or get Into a permanent baslnasjf Send for free copy of thta month's "Thomas Agent." Read about new agency propositions, new plan and sure moneymaklng pointers and ex perience of thousand of success ful agents. If airrady an age.it, state what you are now tailing. Ad dress tod-7, Thamu Agent, 298 Wayne Ave., Dayton, Ohio. FOR SALE FOR SALE 3 du n' rnbblU In quire at 114 South Walter. FOR 8ALE--A good saddle and bridle cheap. Apply 411 S. Arno. FOR SALE Transient hotel and rooming house. Box 44. FOR SALE Barber cha'r. In good condition. 119 West Santa Fe ave nue. FOR SALE nice driving and saddle horse, second hand buggy and har ness. W. H. McMlllion, 211 W. Gold. OR 8 ALE A fine Hardman piano, good a new, beautiful tone. A chance to possess an Instrument of unexcelled make at just half what It U worth. On exhibit at Whit son's Music Store. 124 South Sec ond street, Albuquerque. "OH SALE Underwood typewriter, 111. Mlllett Studio. tf FOR SALE Furniture of a 12-room house, Including kitchen utensils, stoves, etc. 217 8. First St. FOR SALE A .45 calibre Colt's re volver, slightly used. 8.. Citizen office. rOR SALE Milton &, 7-year-old trotter, fast and stylish. Also three young Jersey cows. 1421 Bo. Bwy. Geo. A. Blak. LOST and FOUND i-uar uoia crescent, engraved on back "A. G. Borradalle, Visitation Academy, SL Louis, Mo." Please return . to John Borradalle, corner Third and Gold. ' LOST In downtown section, Tues day evening, lady' open-faced gold watch, engraved on back and also on fob, initials "M. E. G." Return to this office. Reward. LOST Small yellow and white dog. with bob tall and erect ear. Find er return to 121 North Third atreet and receive reward. The reason we do at much ROUGH DRY aork Is becaua we do It right ind at the price you cannot afford te it done at how. IMKHIAl. IjADNDHY. Faywood Hot Springs water was awarded first prise at the territorial fair. TOWERS FISH BRAND WATERPROOF OILED GARMENTS i are cut on large patterns, designed to give the wearer ,rhe utmost comfort -IGHTDURA6U! -CLEAN P"RAKn3vWrRPR00' SUITS 322 SUCKERS 322 wo mi tiAts mi V"t not at an run !-l "Mm AllOmt CO -MftM uj K l ...... i Cl itTI, KM u 10 Ct We Furnish Information and Ideas Any Topic L'nJcr the Sun. Our trained readers read thousands of publications daily, and will gather items on sny subject or topic of value to you, which may appear In any of the current daily and weekly news, trade and tech nical Journals of the Pacific Coart or United btatea, Canada, Hawaii, Philip pines and Mexico. Positive advance news items in trades and professions furnished daily. ww rates. On press item may make or save you lots of time and money. Address Press Clipping Dept., The Dake Adv. Agency, Inc., 4-7 8. Main St., Los Angeles, Calif. fan See In a Month PHYSICIANS SOLOMON L. nUIlTOX, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Highland Office io Booth Wals rtre U I'tMme 1030. PIW. BHONSON A B RON SON Homeopathic Physicians ami Surg on Over Venn's Drag store Of 11 or 62A; ResUle-ne- lOSt. A. G. SIIORTI.F, M. D. Practice Limited to Taberculosla. i Hour to to 13 and 1 to 4. Trlcphone . Room 8, 9 and 10. Stole National Dank Block. Vetsrlnary Surgeon DR. It. I SHARP Voterlnnry Stirg-eon. (Registered) Office Phone Nos. 596 and 711. Of fice. Ill John Street. Home, 211 8. Broadway. Phone 1141. Albuquerque, N. M. DENTISTS DR. J. F CRAFT Dental Surgery. Rooms 9 'and S. Harnett R Ikllng Over O'ltlelly' Drug More Appointments made by MaiL Phone 744. EDMUND J. ALGER, D. D. B. Offtc hour, 9 a. m. to 19:M p. at 1 :SO to p. m. A ppoln t mTi t s made by mail 2CC Wea Central Avenoe, Pbooe 454 NURSES Confinement Cases cared for. Cabinet Hath. Suit Glow, Hot Fomenta tion. Massage, at residence, MRS. C. J. P. BITTNF.n, 809 North Sixth Street, Phone, 8-8. LAWYERS R. W. D. BRTAN Attorney at Law Offlca First National Bank BalkUm Albuquerque, New Mexloo. E. W. DOBSOIT Attorney at Law. OfSna, Cromwell Block. Aibuqo rqtte, N. It, ERA M. BOND Attorney at .. Land fa rents Oopywrlgbav Oa aaa. l-eter Patent' , Trad) Marks, Clalma. P Street, If. W WaahlagW, D. C M THOU K. D. MADD1SON Atorney at Law. Of floe U7 We Gold Ave. LAWYERS JOHN W. WILBON Attorney at Law. Bldg. Albnqoe ro, jr. M. (Referee In Bank spicy) Of Oca Phone 1171. ARCHITECT r. W. SPKNCKR Arc-utr 1. 11.1 Booib Walter Street. PUooa mm INSURANCE B. A. Kl JTV8TKR laauranee. Real Estate, Notary Public Fnctn It and 14, Oowiwrfl Block i-3Baerjae, N. L Pbooa 1 A. E. WALKER ftra Inamrano Mataal Bulldlna; AKX-ati' SIT Wt OeDtral Avobi-b. Hoiv 1 Your Digestion? Mr. Mary Downing of No. 12S eth Ave., Ban Francisco, recommends a remedy for stomach trouble. She says: "Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitter In a case of acute indigestion, prompt this test:monlal. "I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver trouble Electric Bitter I th best remedy on I the market today." Thl great tonlo j and alterative medicine Invigorate the system, purines the blood and Is especially helpful In all form of fe- ' male weakness BOc at all druggists. , t SAY! WATCH WHERE How to Cure a Cold. Be as careful aa you can you will occasionally take cold, and when you do, get a medicine of known reliabil ity one that has an established repu tation and that 1 certain to effect a quick cure. Such a meulclne 1 Cham berlain' Cough Remedy. It has gained a world wide reputation by Its remarkable cure of this most common ailment, and can always be depended upon. It act on nature' plan, relieve the lung, aid expec toration, open th secretions and alda nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. During the many year in which It has been In general us we have yet to learn of a single case of cold or attack of grip having resulted In pneumonia when the remedy was used, which how conclusively that It la a certain preventive of that dangerous disease. Chamberlain' Cough Remedy con ta ns no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by all drug gists. Diabetes, ecsema. gall stones, jaun dice and rheumatism positively cured at Faywood Hot Springs. To Hear From Cooper ML. L watch wkire C We wish to call the attention of the public to a to a scries of "short talks" by L. T. Cooper that are to be published in this paper. G. The Cooper medicines have made a remarkable re cord in the leading cities of the United States during the past two years and young Mr. Cooper has been the sub ject of much newspaper comment. C. Mr. Cooper has met and talked with thousands of sick people in his visits to almost every large city in the country. C He is noted as a man of very few words and tells briefly in these articles w hat his preparations are doing for sick people and why they have been successful wherever introduced. O. Mr. Cooper's theory is that one half of all human ills 13 caused by stomach trouble, and the wonderful suc cess of his preparations in the treatment of stomach borders, kidney and liver complaints, rheumatism, etc., seems to have proven this claim. il Some time ago we secured the agency for these cele brated medicines. We have been gratified by the extreme satisfaction of those who have purchased them from us and advise every one to read these "short talks" as they are full of terse, common sense. WATCH WHERE jfotM: QOin" .3 WAICM ' IWHERC VxRE GoiN,YXrT?C Blockin'. ptsFVNERAL Kovon V,..-. i -wr t h. hmi -t,n var. f n-iuit S WATCH WHERE f ) that Dr. King' New Discovery t th cla,mln& any of said land for agri best medicine to take for cough and Cult"rnaI PurP'p Prior to Janua'y cold and for every diseased con.ll- 1908' and na8 not abandoned tlon of throat, chest or lungs," aya "nme na Pference right to make W. V. Henry, of Panama, Mo. Th homestead entry for the lands ac world has had thirty-eight year of '"a,:y oup'ed. raid I nds were llst ptoof that Dr. King's New Discovery ea upfn tne application of the per i th heat rmH fn, ,nn.h. -r,i "on mentioned below, who have a colds, la grippe, asthma hay fever. bronchitis, hemorrhage of the lung. and the early atage of consumption. Its timelv use alwnva nrevent. th. development of pneumonia. Bold un. der guarantee at all druggists. BOc and fl.00. Trial bottle free. t Wiiii Id You lo? In case of a burn or scald what would you do to relieve the pamT Such Injuries are liable to occur In any family and everyone should be prepared for them. Chamberlain's Salve applied on a soft cloth will r- lieve the pain almost Instantly, and unless the Injury s a very severe on, will cause the parts to heal without t on corner on the west line of See lesvlng a car. For sale by all drug-, tlon 19. T. 11 N. R. 6 E.; extending gists. Subscribe for The Citlsen and get the news. L. T. COOPER. H"" ". " "' . -"-J ( V vi Dlaprpslri Digests Y ur Food aiid Prtivems r-' rmt-ni.iiion of Kooj In Siunidch. Every family here ought to keep some Dlapepsin in the house, a any one of you may have an attack of In digestion or Stomach trouble at any time day or night This harmlefs preparation will di gest anything you eat and overcome a sourntomach five minute afterward. If your meals don't tempt you. or what little you cut seem to fill yon, or lay like a lump of lead in yout stomach, or If you have heartburn that Is a sign of Indigestion. Ask your Pharmacist for a BO-cent case of Pope's Dlapepsin and tsko one trlangule after supper tonight. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food m.xed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, full ness or heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea, Deblll'atlng Headaches, DI sines or Intestinal griping. This will all go. and besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Dlapepsin Is a certain cure for all stomach misery because It will take hold of your food and digest It Just the same as If your stomach wasn't there. Actual, prompt relief for nil your stomach misery is at your Pharma cist, waiting for you. These large B0-cent case contain more than sufficient to cure a case ot Dyspepsia or Indigestion. RESTORATION TO ENTRT OF LNOS IN VTTOX.L FOtlR-T Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, embracing approxi mately 100 acres, within the Man r.ano National Forest, New Mexico, will be subject to settlement and en try under the provisions of the home stead laws of the Un'tcd S'at"g and the act of June 11, 1908 (34 Ftat., 233). at the United States land office at Santa Fc, New Mex- I 'co. on jan. 1 1, Any ttlcr who was Bctual'y and In good fa't'i I PteTnce right subject to the prior I "l BUtn provioea "uch ""W or applicant Is qualified , to n",ke homestead entry and the f tuvr i ism jb txt rcisea prior lo Jnn. 11. ISO, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. me lands are as follows: A tract situated In the 8. 14 of S. H of NB, H. the SB. 4 NW. U, the E. H of SW. 14 f NW. Si, ! "nd the N. A of SE 4. Sec. zt. T. 11 N., R. 5 R., N. M. M.. 1 per unapproved 1908 government survey, bounded and described as fol- i lows: Reglnnlng at the quarter sec thence N. 7. 65 chains tc a rock mon ument; thence S. 86 degrees IS mln ut'S W., S4.0S rhaln: thence N.. 71 degrees W., 28.27 chains; thence 8. 67 degrees W., 14 chains; thence 8. 84 degrees 45 minutes E., approxi mately 28 chains to the Intersection of a line extending due north through the cpntcr of paid Seot'on 24; fienee S. approximately 2. B0 chains to the center of Si-ct'on 24; th-nce E. ap proxlmnte'y 5 cha'na; tVe"ce 8. 1 loprrees 30 minutes W., Approximately fl chains V a ruck monument marked H 6; thence 8... 63 degrees and fifteen minutes R, 2113 chains; thence 8. 84 degrees IS minute E.. 20.45 chains; thence N., 20.15 chains to the puint of begin ning. Variation, 13 degrees JO minutes E. Said tract was listed upon the application of Francisco Montes, of San Pedro, N. M., who allegi set tlement in 1881. That part of the above tract which lies within the NE. V4 of Section 24, was opened to en try July 28, 1"0S U"on the appli n tinn of Leonard Skinner (List 1350). but Monte-' buildings being situated theremi the di ecription in List 1715 Is niinli' to overlap that in List 1350 for the purpose of adjusting the re spective claim of the above parties. FRED DENNETT Commissioner of the General I.and Office. Approved Oct. 23, 1908. FRANK PIERCE, First Assistant Secretary of the Interior. NOT THE ONLY ONT5. There Are Ilmid edit of Alhiiquerqn People Similarly Situated. Can there be any stronger proof of fered than th evidence of Albuquer que residents? After you have read the following, quietly answer th question. Mrs. is. Adair, of 817 South Edith St., Albuquerque. N. M. says: "When ever any symptoms Indicated kidney trouble or not. I was not certain, but nevertheless from reading about Pnan's KMney Pill I was given a desire to try them. I suffered se verely from psin between and Just be low tha shoulder blade. While oa my feet or, stirring around ( I did not feel the slightest Inconvenience, but when I would sit down th pain would assert Itself and at time was very severe. The use of one box ot Doan' KMney PIIU brought a relief and that warrant my having a high apprecia tion of this medicine. " For sale by all dealers. Price 10 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N Y.. "le agent for tha United BtaUa Remember th nam Doan's Philad. Iph a Min ultlvates Wild hoibs dud Pro-uccs big uup or Sure. Dr;dtn. Ph ladclphia. Nov. I. Wiid grow ing drug plants are becoming rat and the time U about at hand whoa they must be cultlva id. Lewi B. Hcllerman, a p.oneer 1 this line, ha a drug firm at Fox Cha.o, n or thta city. It. I a queor Utile farm with row after row of strange plant ta bo found on no other reservation. "There," say Ilelle: man, painting to a long row of Innocent looking green plants, "Is a bed of the most dead y poLion k.iown to the drugglt. The popular name la hemlock. It poisons In the most v.ohnt manner, producing death. f rim pararyaa In a. particularly ugly form, la th Broar hands und administered In miooto dose it 1 a valuablo remedy. "The length of time It take- lom.i of the plants to mature make , the bus.nes of drug farming flaky n require much pjtenco on, tho part of the Urmi r. Here, for Instancei, Is a bed of carduua mariana, a rem edy for ringworm, it takes four year to mature and o has ju t four tint 's the chance to come to an untimely end that an ordlnury farm plant feat. "I am cultivating a plant I call nugurta fola t. take the plaeo of aconite. It alt.i require four jreara to mature. It take eight yea-a o bring glrrgsnx to maturity. "A a result of the scarcity of drug plants In the wild rtatt price are on the Increase. 'Hydra ttle haa a vanced from IS cent to the enormous sum of 12. 90 a pound. " Most of th- plants you see grow ing here sell for 10 cent a pound, and I find the profit well repays th trouble for cultivation. Borne aell lor more satisfactory price. For Instance, there Is that bed of pu satl l i, a remedy that Is ued to alleviate ca tarrhal troubles. It 8 11 for to cents a pound, and there 1 an ever w dee lug market for It as the natural sap ply gets scarcer. Overe there la aoaic fellx mass, a drug ucd for tapeworm. It la practically xtlnct In a , wiid state In this countiy. and should be raised profitably In all the states. A.I so the aplgelia marllandica, a moat valuable drug, which we are trying to cultivate here. It has ceased to exist In a wild atate. The botanist who hunt drugs for the market have rooted out about the la"t plant, and It' worth no one' while to search for It any more. "Drug plant wem to bo peculiarly attractive to bugs, and I have much trouble with them. Possibly they aro sick bugs drawing on nature' rem edies for relief. . "About two acre is sufficient for a drug farm. Some of the pant re quire shade and so.ne thrive be-t in the sun. There la no guldv book to drug farming that I know of. The prospective drug farmer mv-t learn which plants like shads and which t'ke sun by practical experience, as I did. "In a few years 1 auppose drug farmers will be common all over the eountry, for the plants must be cul tivated, and the demand will- s.ion bring the jupply. It should always be a profitable aa we'l avs a most 'n- terestlng Industry." RESTORATION TO ENTRT OF LAN1W IN NATIONAL FORBST Notice Is hereby give that the lands described below, embracing 840 acres. within the Manzann National Forest, New Mexico, will be. aubtoct to set tlement and entry under the provls- ons or the homestead laws of th rnltpd States and the act of June 11. 1908 (34 Stat. 233), at the United States land office at Santa Fa Nw Mexico, on Jan. S, 1909. Any settler who was actually and In good faith claiming any of said l.nds for agri cultural purposes priof to January 1. 1908, and has not abandoned the same, has a preference right to make a homestead entry for the land ac- ually occupied. Said lands were isted upon the application of the persons mentioned below, who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided such settler or applicant Is qualified to make hnmeHtead entry and tile preference right la exercised prior to Jan. 6. 1909, on which date the land wil ibe subject to settlement and en try by any quaUfieJ oerson. The lands are as follows: The S. ot SW. 14 of SW. 4 Sec. 23, T. 10 N.. H. S. E.. N. M. M., listed upon th application of Juan Anaya jr Can delarla who alleges settlement In 1905. Address care of Jesus Ro mero. 0r Old Albuquerque, New Mexico. The SW. of NW. 14 the NW. 4 ,,f SW. V4. Sec. 13, the SE. M of NE. "4. the NK. U of SB. 14. Sec 14, T. t N. R. E. application of Solomon t'htives of Morlarty, N. M . who alleges nettlement In 190J. The SW. H .sec. 1, T. 10 N. R. I K. ap plication of Juhn W. Thomas, of Ho rlirty. NV Merieo. Fit ED DENNETT "iiiniiii.s.si,ni,-r of the Oeneral Land Office. Approved Oct. 16, 1908. FRAN KPIERCE. FRANK PIERCE. First Assistant Secretary of th Interior. o Mlml Tour IluHliieKst If you don't nobody will. It la your business to keep out of all th trou ble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble If you take Dr. King's New Llf Pill. Th-y keep biliousness, malaria and Js-ndlc out of vour system ls at i ana tax no other. M all druggists.