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TfKHIAY MARCH , 1W.
ALBTJQTJERQTJE CITIZEN. AGB ?sf Gallup Block, per ton Gallup Egg, per ton All Coal. No Rock. Vf H. HAHN CO. &5.GO 4.25 Phone 91 Builders' and Finishers' Supplies NutiTe and Cblcao Lumber, SlierwIn-WUllama Paint No. Bunding Fiprr, Plaster, lime. Cement, Glass, Sash, Doors, EM. J. C BA.LDRIDGE 423 SOUTH FIRST MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. J ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO 1 Capita! and Surplus, $100,000 INtEREST ALLOWED ON SAYINGS OEPOSITS I GROSS KELLY & COMPANY INCORPORATED WHOLESALE GROCERS Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas , J Montezuma' Grocery and f Upr Company Copper and Third ImDOrted and Domestic Goods 1 SnlalK nf T.nivi Pure Olive OiL X liquor by the Gallon or Bottle. 2 Family Trade Solicited, T Agent for Saa Antonio Lime. Always Fresh. Prices Rieht. Call Phone or send for Solicitor. RHONE 1029 COLUMBUS HOTEL Corner meeond end Ootd HOME COOKING Exoellent Service Particular peop.e have been pleated with Columbus Meals for many year. Have you tried them? THE TRADE EXCURSION PROMISES SOME . BIGJMES Special Train Will Carry Al buquerquo Business Men to the South and Back. BEET SUGAR BOOSTERS ASK SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE CAUSE Flan to Make Experiment Success Thls,Year and Secure Factory In Future. Albuquerque's eecond annual trade excursion will be run the week of Aiirll 18, according to plana adopteJ by a meeting of ubout forty booster held In the parlors of the Commercial club last night. The train of special Pullmans, with a baggage car and possibly a diner, will, leave the local station at 7 o'clock on the morning of the 19th. The route will be that proposed by The Citizen some Weeks ag,). Every town of any Importance between Al buquerque, Silver City and El I'uso on the Santa Fe; El Paso and Torrance on the Hock IslunA, and Torrance and Santa Fe on the Santa Fe Central will be ytsitcd. The stops will vary accord ing to the importance of the towns. The fare will be about $23, Including Pullman. That the excursion will be ns sue- cewful as the one run into the Pecos valley last year was indicated by the enthusiasm taken In the meeting last. night. Attorney A. B. troup acted as chairman, and was kept busy seeing that floor rules were not violated. Everybody In the house wanted to talk. They all had something to say. Suggestions. -were plentiful and ranged '"S purposes, wmcn wouiu De more erab)e work ha8 been dono on tne from proposals to run the excursion ,nn equivalent io one cutting oi ai- track at needed places. all over California to that of charter- taifa. I The work of building: additional Ing a special train of, drawing room! At the end of the year, the farmer ! stalls continues. Indicating that more cars, Frank Ralph, the plasterer, pro- wouju, accoruing io nis contract, De .horses are expected. Manager Green- posed that a stop of twelve hours be ocngea io pay dbck to me associa made, at El Paso. Twenty-four of tmr. the $20 advanced him and In those present signed to make the trip addition give the association one-half or s.-iid representatives. There is little of the net profits which, would be re doubt about the crowd not being as turned to the subscribers, together with the principal sum of $20 au- An association, to be known as the Bernalillo County Sugar Beet Grow ers' association has Just been formed in this city for the purpose of en couraging the growing of sugar beets In the surrounding territory, and a committee composed of A. B. Stroup, Marcus Kelly and Mr. J. S. Johnson, this morning began a canvas of the merchants for subscriptions. At noon they had already succeeded In rais ing nearly $1,000. The farmers will be , paid by the association at the rate of $20 an acre for their crops of beets In the following payments: First payment of $5 'will be made In 'June at the time of thinning the beets; the sec ond payment,- $2, which will cover the cost of hoeing, will be made In July; the third payment, $5, for the cultivation, will be made in August, while the last payment of $8 will be made In October and will pay for the delivery on cars. In addition to these payments, It is the intention of the subscribers to turn over the tops of the beets to the farmers for feed ing purposes, which would be more the sugar beet Industry In Bernalillo county. 6. The funds of thin association shall be derived from subscriptions to the cnpltal stock of this association, which shall be $5 per share and each share shall .entitle Its holder to one vote In the election of the directors of the association. I 7. The directors of this association are, by these articles of agreement, forbidden to contract any debts that to con sent of this association, and debts otherwise contracted for, shall be paid by those who gave their con stilt to their being contracted. 8. The directors of this associa tion are hereby empowered to do all things necessary to the promotion of the sugar beet industry in Berna lillo county, not otherwise prohibited by these articles. j there Is not money In the treasury V I pay for. without the unanimous cc FOR THE MEET HERE California Owners Bringing Strings to Traction Park for tin- Races WTilel. Begin Friday. A great many changes are being made at Traction park In prepara tion for the coming race meeting. The judges' stand la being moved to a point dlrecjly In front of the grand stand so that the wire will cross the track where alt can see it. This will be greeted with applause as it will give the spectators the same view of the starts and finishes that the judges get. New rails are being placed along the stretch for the se curity of the people and the paddock will be fenced so that unruly horses cannot buck over into It. Consld- large as the one of last year. There were 1J') on it. and there will be fully us many if not more on this one. w.. P. Gaivlde, traveling freight and passenger agent for the Santa Fe, who U responsible to a degree for the movement, was present, and gave promise that the train equipment vanced during the year. By this method, each subscriber makes himself a booster and In that way dispenses with the need of an nual subscriptions. have already been baum said that there -would be at least fifty more animals on the track before the opening day, Friday. He received a telegram this ' morning from M. R. Robs, a prominent horse owner of Oakland, saying four cars and with this new arrangement, of horses would leave there for Al buquerque at once. The Oakland racea will soon come to a close. An other large bunch is eXDected from Over 100 acres Los Angeles. The death of racing In contracted for. 1 California is runnln horses and would be ample. The trouble expert- Is the hope of the association to re enced last year with btifTet broilers as alize sufficient funds to cultivate at means, for frying all the steaks the l 'usl 200 acres more. Every busl-c-xcursioners needed was given a thor- i.ess man Is asked to put his name ough drubbing. W. P. Metcalf, who on the list of subscribers, as the pro was custodian of this department last ject Is for his own Interest-as well as year,; Impressed upon the meeting the ' for the Interests of the community. It . horsemen nut of the slate. Mflnv (if them will come via Albuquerque while going east. The local meeting will be open Fri day afternoon. If the weather per mits The Citizen will publish the opining day entries on Thursday. It is the Intention of the associa tion to call a meeting w-hleh will be held In the Commercial club about a week from today for the purpose of electing officers and definitely outlin ing the plan of organization, and all Interested 1 the city are importance of having a diner, and Mr. Garsldc promised to see what he could do. Last year the excursionists either banquetted or went hungry. When the people along the road fed them,' they were banquetted. If thy were caught between stations at meal time, they went hungry because the cookers were not big enough to do the work. I Mr. ,arslde was not able to name Tne undersigned, all of whom are the cost of the excursion, as llgurcs eitlzens of Bernalillo county, territory have to be secured from, both the (f New i,.Xico, having , associated Rock Island and the tfanta F Central .themselves for the purpose of en as well as the passenger department t.Uraging the growing ot augar beets of his own road. However, It -will not ,n nPrnalillo county, do hereby de be very expensive. About $3 a dayi(.ure. will cover the actual cost, it is believ-i u ' Tne name of this association ea ! Is tlio Rtrnaitl1o f'nuntv Ktiirar Pei't REPORT OP THEJ0ONDITION1OP THE .. 3J FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. At the Close of Business, February 5, 1909 RESOURCES Loans and Discount 52 Overdraft secured and unsecured ... ."';!' U. 8. Bond to secure circulation 2 ! U. & Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits. . . .'2!!! Si Premiums on U. 8. Bonds 5'!,n'! Bonds, securities, etc :I:!M! Banking house, furniture and fixtures 40.000.00 Due from National Banks (not reserve ....-.. Agents) 17r.l71.li Due from State Banks and Bankers... 28,111.78 Due from approved reserve agents.... 458,637.98 Checks and other cash items lll li Exchanges for clearing house S,61S.0S Notes of other National Banks ....... Jl. 220.00 Fractional paper currency, nickel') and cenu 2.001.71 Specie $ 71,209.00 Legal tender notes 107.101.0ft 178.J14.00 Redemption fund with U. P. Treasurer (i per cent of clrculs'on) 10,000.00 TtUl , I3.0S8.060.01 L.IAI3IL,1TIE8 Capital stock paid 'n 200.000.00 Surplus fund iO.000.00 Undivided pro'is. less expenses and taxes pal'. , 1.078.81 National Bank notes outstanding .... 200,000.00 Due to other National Banks 95,079.88 Due to State Banks and Bankers 216,664. ii Individual deposits subject to check.. 1.0S4.971.61 Time certificates of deposit 1,076,866 08 Certified checks 276.7i Cashier's checks outstanding 14.238.82 United States deposits 23,237.97 Deposits of U. 8. disbursing officers. . . . 101,762.02 Reserved for taxes 20,000.00 Total $8,068,060.01 Territory of New Mexico. County of Bernalllle, as: I, Frank McKee, cashier of the above named bank, do sol emnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. FRANK M'KEE, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed te before m this 9th day of Febru 4ry iso. n. S. PICKARD, Notary Public. Correct Attest: M. W. FLOITRNOT. H. F. RATNOLDS. H. B. M'MILLEN, . .. Directors- After two hours' talking, the meet ing appointed a managing committee. whose business It will be to see that the excursion is a go and a big go. This committee will make a canvass of the city Immediately and will be prepared to make a report on the situation at another meeting to be held at the club next Monday night. Thia committee follows: Messrs. O. A. Matson, R. H. Lester, P. F. McCanna, George Arnot. E. L. Medler and Colonel D. K. B. Kellers. Those who put down their nam.') on the excursion list last night in eluded W. P. Metcalf, Mike Mandell. David Weinmann, L. S. Parker, Wal lace Hesselden. Gross Kelly and com pany, tnree representatives; the Morn ing Journal, two representatives; the Evening Citizen, two representatives; E. L. Medier. Marcus P. Kelly. Frank Ralph. O. A. Matson, Clark, Frank A. Hubbell, liarth, A. Fleischer. E. W. Fee. Roberts. Albeit Faber, A. B. Stroup, Rev. J. Fletcher Cook, Ir. W. G. Hope, H. B. Fergusson. C. E. Gleekler, T. J. Mathews, T. B. Wal- dell R. H. Lester. Dr. McCorniick, . A. Burtner. JJr. Shortle and his broth er Dr. KautTnvan and others. Following is a proposed schedule offered by Mr. Garside; First Day. Leave Albuquerque at 8 a. m.; I.-lrta 8:30 to 9 a. m ; Lo8 Lunas, 9:15 to 10 a. m.; Helen, 10:20 to 12 mfun; Sabi nal, 12:30 to 12:04 p. m.; Socorro, 2 to 2:10 p. m.; Magdalena 4 to 5:30 p. m.; Socorro 7 p. in. Siiinul Day. San Antonio, 7 to 8 a m.; Carthage, & to 11 a. m.; .San Antonio. 12 noon to 3 p. til: Eimendorf, 3:1". to 3 : 4 p. m.; San Marelal. 4 p. m. Third Day. Engle, 8 to 8:3U a. in.; Cutter, 8:43 to 9 a. in ; Rim-on, 10 to 10:10 a. m.; Las Yii",-s. 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m ; M. silla Park. 2:1.1 to 4 p. m.; El Paso .1:1.1 p. in. to midnight. 1'ourlli Ihi). IieinlnB. 7 a .ill. t) 12 noon; Si! vt r City, 3u to .1 p. m ; I. ruing 7:15 to 8:30 p. in. Tliet greatest 25c ttrod collection of earliest vegetables. The very bet and Hit- very earllewt of their kind. Get tills collci-llon: 10 large) So packages uorili 50c, dellcvered to any part of I lie i-ilv or Rent tiONtaira nnlil anv n the futnrtti;eirare on.lw for 25c. Remember, your urgently requested to ne money will bo returned to you If you i reseni. ine rojiowjng.rT tne am- are not more tlian MaUxfied with the ties of the association: 1?- soels: Oiiu Karly Blood Red Turnip Boot. One Cliallengo Black Wax Deans. Ono White Istrned Worm Resisting ItiMiNting Ear Corn, One earliest White Serine Cucumber One Ncariet Horn Carrot. Ono Rocky Ford Cantaloupe. One Cuban Queen Watermelon. ' One Danish Hall Head Cabbage. One Kurliaim, ToiiMito. One Hollow Crown Sugar Parsnip, Postage stamps taken same as rash. B. W. FF.K, 602-004 S. First S., Albuquerque, X. M. Phono 16. e Al'CTJOX. Two good milch cows will be sold at auction in front of Sollle & Le Breton's store, 117 W. Gold avenue, Thursday, March 11, at 3 p. m. J. M. Sollle, auctioneer. Growers' association. 2. The purpose of this association is to encourage the growing of su gar beets In Bernalillo county and to obtain, if possible, the t stabllshnient of a beet sugar factory in the city of Albuquerque. 3. The business of this associa tion Is to be transacted at the office in the city of Albuquerque, N. M. 4. This association shall exist for the period of live years. 5. The number of directors of this association shall be five, to be chosen annually on the first day of March, by the members of this association. The said directors shall transact the buslnes of the association and shall have full charge of the promotion of NOTICE lOlt PIIH.ICATIOX. Department of the Interior, U. land office at Santa Fe, X. M. Notice is hereby given that Robert L. Roberts of Laguna, N. M., who on November 26, 1907, made homestead entry No. 0.1095 for the northeast quarter of section 10, township 7 north, range 4 west, New Mexico me ridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof to es tablih claim to the land above de scribed, before George H. Pradt, V. S. court commissioner, at Laguna, N M. The claimant names as witnesses: Juan Lucero of Cubero. X. M.; J. Miller of Laguna, N. M ; Virgil P Harrington of Laguna. X. M.; James A. Milkr of Laguna, X. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. The reason we do so muc-li ROl'GII DRY work is because we do ft. right and at tlw price you cannot afford to huve it done at home. IMPERIAL UMIMHIY, ' . is a woh7Uawo "fit beVcNo i'i-'ZjK Sxvne front "The I a filler's DuukIiKt," at tlio Elks' Theatre tonight. To lovers of intelligxnt drama there 'whose ludicrous efforts to effect an Is a treat in store wh mer's Daughter," the rural play comes to tit tonight. Th" play te story of toe quaint X' w districts, a n.l is aicl t piece of Its type. R characters that are d-- long time on the American stag-. Tiny are two rural lov r- whose love affairs run finything but smooth und eti "The Far--pN-ndid new e Klks' theatre N a beautiful Kngland rural p he a master introduces two lined to live a understanding give rise to some of the most excruciatingly funny situations, . " Hy" and "Thankful" are the names -of these two characters and "Thank ful" is thankful for any small atten Iticms from "Hy," for this young man has an extremely bashful tempera ment, and the love making Is done by the girl. "The Farmer's Daughter" promises to prove un extremely acceptable of fering. Strange that persons will use worthless flavoring extracts when natural flavors like are to be had. EXTENSION TABLES iv.-: ! Square or Round In'Golden Oak, Early. 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