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tiksihy, rEimiiAnr t, io.
They Reach More People Daily Than You
WANTED To buy old feather beds
and pillows. tiood prices pal J.
Kcnd portal; will can. M. Langcr,
303 South First street.
WANTED Clean rags at the Citizen
WANTED To trade an automobile
In good running order, for real es
tate. Apply Dr. It. N. Van Hant, t,.
B. 16.
WANTED A lady collector, mar
ried or single, to collect a few days
monthly for a California Install
ment house. Easy work, good pay.
Referenced required. Address liox
444. Oakland, Cat.
WANTED Information regarding
farm or business for sale; not par
ticular a'jout location; wish to hear
from owner only, who will sell di
rect to buyer; give price, descrip
tion, and state when possession can
be had. Address U Darbyshlre,
Bo 2030, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTHD For manufacturing metal
specialties, models, dies, stampings,
and saecial machinery. National
Stamping and Electric Works, 151
159 S. Jefferson St., Chicago.
WANTED Young man, American,
27, well acquainted with city desires
situation as delivery man for some
grocery firm or laundry company.
A 1 city references. Address, De
liveryman, Evening Citizen.
WANTED Reliable man to work
city of Albuquerque with Clear Ha
vana Cigar proposition. For partic
ulars address Box 601 Tbor Sub
Statlsn, Tampa, Fla.
WANTEX) capable salesman to cevsr
New Mexico with staple line. Hign
commissions, with $106 monthly
advance. Permanent position to
right man. Jess H. 6mith Co., De
trolt. Mich.
WANTED Salesman to carry up-to-date
Souvenir Poet Cards as aide
line. Money making proposition.
' Some ef our men making J20Q
monthly. State references. Gartner
ft Bender, Chicago.
old MjUNEY: made telling our line
of Gasoline Lighting Systems which
Is the most extensive, mod rn and
' up-to-date manufactured under one
roef. Our latest Inverted light Is
a wonder; 800 candle power; gen
erated and lighted from the floor;
an be turned down to a very low
pitch; will stand any draught;
soluble for the More or home; ow
ing to Its patentable features we
we can protect you frcm cc)tptl
tlon. A five year guarantee "wlrtk
each system; a proven success; de
mand enormous; quick seller; big
money maker; exclusive territory.
Knight Ught Co.. 90-100 Illinois
Bt., Chicago, 111.
SALESMEN Experienced in any line
to sell general trade In the south
west An unexcelled specialty prop
osition. Commissions with $35
weekly advance for expenses. The
Continental Jewelry Co., Cleveland,
ALESMEN Intereetea in Pot Card
aide 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., $$ W.
Monroe St., Chicago.
SALESMAN WANTED for 1909 who
has had experience In any line, to
sell general trade In New Mexico
an unexcelled specialty proposition.
Commission with $35 weekly ad
vance for expenses. Our season
opens January 4th. The Continental
Jewelry to., cievfuuu, wum.
WANTED 600 experienced salesmen
of good address at once to sell
Mexican lands; folg commissions;
our best men are making $500 to
$1,000 a month; everybody buys
land. Mexican West Coast Com
pany, Kansas City, Mo,
WANTED Honest, energetic sales
men to sell a general line of 'high
grade food products to hotels, res
taurants, farmers, ranchers and
other large consumers. Experience
unnecessary; we teach you the
business; excSusive territory. Our
goods are guaranteed full weight,
full measure and in every way
meet the reulrements of all pure
food laws. Exceptional opportun
ity; write today for particular
John Sexton & company. Whole
sale Orovers, Lake & Franklin sts.,
WANTED Agents to sell newly pat
ented rapid Miring household spe
cialty for manufacturers; great de
mand with large profits. Address
Manufacturer, P. O. Box 1708.
Pittsburg, Pa.
r ANTED Success Magazine requires
the services of a man in Albuquer
que to look after expiring subscrip
tions and to secure new business by
means of special methods unusual
ly effective; position permanent;
prefer one with experience, bat
would consider any applicant with
good natural qualifications; salary
tl.M per day, with commission op
tleti. Adires, with references. It
C. Peacock, room 13, Success
Mairazine Bids.. New York.
Tales ji a n Experienced, to tii our
Ur.f cskes and candy spcclalt'es to
the retai: grocery trade In Albu
querque and adjoining territory.
Lowest prices; highest quality; lib
eral comml-wton contract; exclusive
territory. The Rvwr-Ruakle Com
pany, Kenton, Ohio.
WRITE and we will explain how we
pay any man $S5 per month and all
traveling expenses to take orders
for portraits. Experience unneces
sary. This offer made by the great
est portrait house In the world.
Write now before It Is too late.
R. D. Martel. Dept. II 20, Chicago.
Service. Examination In Albuquer
que May 15. Intending applicants
should begin preparation at once.
Sample questions and "How Gov
ernment Position Are Secured,"
sent free. Inter-State ."Schools, 797
Iowa Ave., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Chicago mail order house, te dis
tribute catalogues, advertise, etc.
$25 a week; $60 expense allowance
flrBt menth: ne experience required.
Manager, Dept, 601, 385 Wabash
aveaue, Chicago.
FOR RENT Good houses. Porterfleld
Co.. 216 West Gold.
FOR RENT Typewriters, all kinds.
Albuquerque Typewriter Exchange,
215 West Central.
FOR RENT Furnished, modern
house, close In. No health seekers.
Inquire room 18, Barnett bldg.,
Phone 854.
FOll RENT Portion ot good ware
house; easy ef access for drays e
livering or hauling goods. Innulre
"B" this office.
FOR RENT Comfortable 4-luom
house, 903 North First street. In
fine repair. New paper throughout.
Good pump water on back porch.
Reasonable rent to steady, reliable
party. Wm. Kleke, 211 So. First
Furnished Rooms
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
hot water, electric lights. No
healthseekers need apply. 110 So.
Arno street.
For Sale About 40 head of range
hoi-sew horses, mures and oolm;
Native a lid American crossed stock;
weight. 600 to 1,000 lbs. Low
prion for Uto lot. E. S. K., Box 410,
FOR SALE Four-room new modern
brick. Easy terms. Porterfleld Co.,
216 West Gold avenue.
FOR SALE 20-acre ranch acroes the
river; first class land, alfalfa or
cantaloupes. Easy terms. S., Citi
zen office.
PO rTsALE House and lot for cash
Will pay 12 per cent Interest on
selling price. Buyer see owner.
Room 27, N. T. Armijo building.
FOB iSALE Fifteen-room house;
modern: In easy way; good loca
tion. Porterfleld Co., 216 West
FOR SALE Two three-room cot
tages .to move away. B. H. Ives,
Fourth and Santa re.
FOR SALE Or will exchange for Al
buquerque real estate, eight fine
residence lots at Long Beach, Cal.
Apply at Citizen office, tf
FOR WALE Fine houses on South
Arno, 17 rooms new furniture and
all at a bargain or will trade for
smaller house. Porterfleld Co., 216
West Gold.
FOR SALE A fine Hardman piano,
good as new, beautiful tone. A
chance te 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 Extracted honey, 10
pounds for $1.00; 60-lb. can for
$5.00. Order by postal of W. P.
Allen, P. O. box 202, Albuquerque,
N. M.
WANTED Agents positively make
$10 to $20 dally selling the greatest
photo art speciulty ever produced.
Something new mid unusual. L. K.
Nutter, Mgr., 464 Carroll Ave., Chi
cago. WANTED Agents make $6 a day;
seven fatt sellers; big new Illustrat
ed catalogue and samples free.
Commercial Supply Co., Box 3068.
Boston, Mass.
WA NTE D Agenui to sell our line of
cigars with a new patent cigar
lighter. Can also be carried as a
aide line. Address Crown Cigar Co.,
Milwaukee, Wis.
WAN'TEDAn ""energetic, educated
man to sell the New International
Encyclopaedia In New Mexico;
splendid opening; state age, pres
ent employment and give referen
ces. lKdd. Mead and company,
Shukert Building. Kansas City, Mo.
LOST Watch fob; black silk ribbon,
with English half sovereign of 1884
attached; keepsske. Finder please re
turn to L. B. Putney's store and re
ceive reward.
KcvoltM at Cold Steel.
"Yuur only hope," jail three doc
tors to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit.
Mich., suffering from sev-r rectal
trouble, lies In an operation." ' then 1
used Dr. Kind's New Life Pills." sh
write, "till wholly cured." They pre
vent appendicitis, cure constipation
headache, 25c at all dealers.
Can See In a Month
Business Opportunities
ULATOR Machine. Something new
for operators. Write for particular.
Pope Co., Corn Exchange Bank
Bldg, Chicago.
WANTED sran wltn small capital.
Take charge of territory for mer
chandising business; write for par
ticulars. Pope Automatic Mer
chandising Company, Corn Ex
change Bank Building, Chicago.
J. M. Sollle of the firm of Sollle A.
Le Breton, 117 West Gold avenue,
has obtained an auctioneer's license
for the purpose of serving the public
In that capacity as well as doing an
auction business at their own store
on Thursday of each week, at 2:30
and 7:80 o'clock. Mr. Sollle has
had broad experience In the auction
business in his younger days. With
1:1s close attention to business and the
polite and easy way in which he can
address the people, will assure him
success as In other days. The peo
ple of Albuquerque can make no
mistake in giving Mr. Sollle their
Practice limited to
Diseases of Women.
Diseases of the Rectum.
Genlto-Urlnary Diseases.
Hours, 10 a. m. to 12 m.; 2 to 4
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundaye and Holi
days, 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. Rooms.
10-18 cjrant Bldg. Residence, 90G
West Tijeraa Ave.
Physician and Surgeon.
Residence, 610 South Walter Street.
Phone 1030. Office, narnett
Building. Phone, 617.
A. G. SHOUTLE, Sf. 1).
Practice Limited to Tuberculosis.
Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 4
Telephone 880
Rooms 8, 9 and 10, Slate Xatlonnl
Bank Block, .
Dental Surgery.
Rooms 2 and 3. Barnett Building,
Over O'llinlly's Drug Store.
Appointments Sfado by Mall.
Phone 744.
Room 12.
N. T. Armijo Building.
Office hours, 0 a. ni. to 12:30 p. m.
1:30 to 5 p. in.
Appointments made by mail.
306 W. Central Ave. Phone 4,1
Attorney at Law.
Office First National Bank Building
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Attorney at Law.
Office, Cromwell Block.
Albuquaque, New Slexlco.
Attorney at Law.
Pensions, Land Patents, Oopyw rights,
CavcaW. ICtler Patents, Trade
Marks, Claims.
36 F Street N. W. aMiinpton, D. C.
Attorney at Law
Offii-e, 117 West Gold Ave.
1221 South Waller St.
Phone S53
liiMiriince, Real Estate, Notary
Rooms 12 and II. C romwell Rlk.
Albuquerque . . Sew Sleslno
Fire In-uiiiiKO
Secretary Mutual Building AxhOclation
217 Wcvt Ceniruy Avenue
Little "Billy" Possum
Atlanta, (la., Feb. 9. The latent
member of the Hill club is "Hilly"
Since the Indorsement of the pos
fum us a table delieuey by President
elect Taft, Hilly Possum' li-.ia not only
become the national iUh, but he is
beginning to have prominence In car
toons am) on the statfe and, Had to re
late, he Is now due to sueceed Teddy
Hear as the nation's favorite toy.
Mrs. P"Foret Algood. one of tho
charming society women of Atlanta,
'has Just formed a eomimny. with
ofiU-es In the Platiron building in
New York city, under, the name of
the tleorglfv Hilly rvum company.
They have enormous eontraets to .iii
ply the great department stores of
l Real Estate
live room hhic, modern in
every respect and practically
new. A good proposition for a
home or an investment. House
rents for SIS a month, and
can be purchased for $1,200.
Ten acre ranch, well improv
ed, with about three ncre.8
planted in orchard, also sev
eral acres in condition for
truck farm. House well fur
nished, barns and chicken
houses fully equipped for busi
ness. Chickens, horse and
wagons and all necessary equip
ment. Price is $ 1,800; terms
217 W. Central.
Res! Estate Bargains.
45-Bcrc ranch, all under cultiva
tion, well fenced, under good
ditch. Price 3,500. cash.
KM) aTCN, very near town, good
fence, under ditch; 16.500.
9-ai-rn place, nearly all In al
falfa, also good mixed orchard,
good adobe house and barn,
fenced, under d!toh, two mllea
out. Price $2 500 cash.
6 acres, tine garden land, half In
alfalfa, fenced, two mllea out.
Price 1900.
12 acres, best gnrden land In this
vicinity, in high Mate of culti
vation, close to town. Price,
J3 000.
New frnine liouc, on So. Waltr
st , a bargain $1,100.
5-room f runic hone, near shops,
Ijire udolte house. 4 lota, corner,
near shops, $1.4 "0.
7-rmuii l' j -story lnick, modern, 3
lots, fine location, $3,800.
H-rooni brick, corner, east front,
hot water heat lawn, trees, etc.,
Kc cr:i I KKid lal-incs lots ,n
North First rt- t Get prices.
$."0.1111(1 to louu cm list clasjj se
curity. A. MO N TOY A
215 Cold Ave., Alhuuir-rquc, N. M.
We Are Making
a clean sweep of all odds
and ends in Floor Cov
erings, at a sacrifice.
Our spring goods in Car
pets, Art Squares, lace
Curtains, Portiers, Lino
leums. Etc., are arriving
and we will be pleased
to show them to you,
whether you buy or not
Nation Latest Toy
New York, Chicago, Huston and other
large cities with thousands of the
mischieVIoua looking toys.
Two factories in New York are
working to produce the sleek gray
and black fur of the possum its true
to life h possible and before March
4, every window In every shop In the
country will be filled with the fat
little possums staring with beady
black eyes a "Howdy" to the passers
The ".possum" act has already been
Introduced ut a number of New York
theatres. Mr. Possum u going to be
the proper thing for the women of
the etage. May Madden, who sings
a possum song at the Circle theatre,
has been presented with two live.
possums by Mrs. Algood. These after
a treatment from her favorite bottle
of perfume, were presented with col
lars of bright red ribbons and 'were
Immediately installed as her favorite
pet at the King KM ward hotel, where
she lives.
Anna Held, who has made an un
usual hit in her song, "I've Lost My
Little Drown Hear," has received a
possum from Mrs. Algood as a rec
ompense for the los. Miss Held Is
to iimu the little animal when she ap
pears to sing the last stanza of her
The Honest Proprietary Medicine,
haj aaved thousands of dollars to
families who could ill afford the ex
pense necessary to maintain the ser
vices of a physician, and have an
swered the ipurpose equally as well
and often succeeded after our best
physicians have failed. Lydla E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound ii
one of this kind.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Santa Fe, New Mex
ico. Nov. 24, 1S58.
Notice is hereby given that Fran
cisco Trujillo of Bernalillo County,
who, on Feb. 1, 1906, made home
stead entry serial No. 07,168, No. S,
836, for NE',4, section 24, township
11 north, range 6 east, N. M. P. Mer
lldlan, has filed notice of Intention to
make final 5-year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before II. W. B. Otero, U. S. Court
Commissioner at Albuquerque, New
Mexico, on March 13, 1909,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Dario Chaves, Manuel Gonzales,
Donaciano Gutierrez, Fllomeno Buen
abenta, all of San Pedro, N. M.
Waslilnirlon Once Cave Vp
to three doctor; was kept In bed fori
live weeks, iilood poison from a spid
er's bite caused large, deep Bores to
cover his leg. The doctors failed,
then Hu klen's Arnica Salve com
pletely cure d me," writes John Wash
inglmi, of Hosquevllle, Tex. For ec
zema, bolls, burns and plies IUi su
preme. 25c ut ail dealers.
loiti vi T 2IS' V. Central
Meet i:ery I'liday ETenliig
at H Sluirp.
E. V. Moons V. O.
I. E. Phillip;. C!rk.
403 Went lxd Ave.
"Faust," with Its long speechc
and pessimistic pholosophy, witches'
kitchen, ids students' cellar and the
other features of the German play
would have no chance' of success In
tho United States. The trngedy, with
the spirit of Its philosophy and the
feeling of 1U humanity. Is all that
our stage can hope to show, if this
Is done sufficiently clearly to tell the
story, nn Is done by .Mr. Sanford
Dodge In his version of "Faust," and
points the moral that lies In the con
clusion of the first part of the orig
inal, it should command the sym
pathy of students and the applause
of the public. Mr. Dodge In his stags
setting and acting has achieved this
most difficult tnsk. He has also giv
en the spectator a hint of tho finality
of the vtory In the apotheosis of Mar
garet. It would bo more satisfactory
of course If the ultimate salvation
of the man by the woman could be
shown; tint this would be Impracti
cable on the American stage, and the
tragic scenes find a very natural de
nouncement In the punishment of the
man, and In the escape of tho woman
from the clutch of the fiend. Tho
reverent of student of "Faust" can
no more complain of tho dramatic
treatment of a portion of the com
plete story, than can the student of
history, when the playwright selects
an episode from a relgh or an Inci
dent In a life for dramatic Inspira
tion. "Faust" bound with Satan, his
sacrifice of Margaret to an Inordinate
passion, the struggle of his better
nature to retrieve the past; the sor
rows of the Woman, which appeal
trumpet-tongued at the Mercy-seat,
and the fall of "Faut," a victim to
rebellion against God, represent a
complete and engrossing story, suf
ficient for the playgoer, sufficient,
so far, for the moralist; while the
Imagination, full of the entire sub
Ject, can take up the second part of
the dream out the scene in Heaven
where, tied and purified, Faust even
tually Joins his earthly lot In the
glorified choruses of Paradise.
As he has said before, Mr. Stan
ford Dodge Is a close and painstaking
student of the drama, and his ver
sion of "Faust" which will be seen
at the Kllcs theater next Monday
evening is worthy of your attend
Soldier Halks Death Plot.
It seemed to J. A. Stone, a Civil
war veteran, of Kemp, Texas, that a
plot existed between a desperate lung
trouble and the grave to cause his
death. "I contracted a stubborn
cold," he wrlte, "that developed a
cough that stuck to me, in spite of
all remedies, for years. My weight
ran down to 130 pounds. Then I
began to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery, which restored my health com
pletely. I now -weigh 178 pounds."
For severe colds, obstinate coughs,
hemorrhages, asthma, and to prevent
pneumonia it's unrivaled. 60c and $1
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed hy all
(J. L. Hbooks J, M. Moori
President Vice, Pres a Mgr.
Real Estate. Loans.
f o,00o A snap, to close an es
tate. We offer a great bargain In
a dcBlrablo residence property, in
a good location. Modern, brick
building. 7 rooms. Large grounds,
oarn and outhouses. Easy terms.
Near Central ave. Fourth ward.
$1,900 A 6-rooni brick resi
dence on South Broadway, 50 foot
lot, trees and outhouses. Easy
93,000 A great bargain In a
fine residence, 6 room brick, mod
ern. In Highlands, between Lead
and Central ave. Lawn, fruit and
shade trees. Very desirable for a
permanent home or as an invest
ment. 91,6."0 An 8-room adobe resi
dence In Third ward; 3 lots. Good
9I.B0O A 5-room frame house,
modern. Fourth ward. Easy pay
ments. A bargain.
$2,1H0 5-room brick, modern.
In Highlands, on South Arno. Wa
ter paid.
$65.00 The Henrietta Hotel and
Rooming House, 28 rooms, mod
ern, new brick, central location.
$17.80 5-room frame, modern.
On South Arno near Central. Wa
ter paid.
;(.". 00 9-room flat. Modern.
Near Commercial Club.
$H.oo :i-rooui house, near sJiops
$8.00 3 room cottage, north
First street.
AiisTitAOTs of titij:.
Having the books and complete
records of The Albuquerque All-MriM-t
Company and the Title
Guarantee and Abstract (Toiiijiaiiy,
including the City of Albuquerque
and County of Bernalillo, we are
now prepared to furnish correct
Abstracts of Title to any real prop
erty In Hermttiilo County on the
slioitebt notice and lowest prices.
Money to Loan at 8 per
cent on Fir$t Mortgage
Real Estate.
John M. Moore
219 Witt Gold Avenuo
Decanse The Citizen U
homo paper. It Is either
delivered hy carrier at
the house or Is carried
home by the business
man when his day's work
Is done and It STAYS
THERE. A morning pa
per Is usually carried
down town by the head
of the family and bur.
riedly read.
The Citizen is not read
hurriedly, but thorough
ly so that all advertise
ments receive their shore
of attention. It present
the store news a little
ahead, giving the pros
pective purchaser time
to plan a shopping tour
for the next morning.
Wise advertisers patron
lie The Cltlaen because
they know their adver
tisements are seen and
read at the homes In the
evening, and If they are
offering something wor
thy of attention, their
ad has accomplished its
The Citizen has never
given premiums to sub
scribers, but is subscribed
to and paid for on its
news merits, allowing
tliat Its subscribers have
money with which to buy
what they want from
legitimate merchants,
v These are the people
The Citizen Invites to
your store.
The Citizen employs a
man whose business It la
to look after your adver
tising .wants. He will
write your copy If yon
wish. If not, he will see
tliat your ads are "set
up" to look their best
and he will attend to
them from day to day.
Are you advertising In
The Otlzen? Your com
petitors are, and are
profiting by It. Do you
think conservative busi
ness men are spending
money where they are
not getting results? Oct
In the swim and watch
your business grow.
Is the Best

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