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SATTIOTAY, AriUIi X, 10O.
ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. PAGE HTB. BQr PLEADS GUILTY 10 ROBBERY CHARGE BIG TRACT OF LAND BROUGHT SMALL PRICE Collapsible Go-Cart n fir ' Gcsi Gallup Block, per ton . - $5.50 Gallup Egg, per ton - - $4.25 All Coal, No Rock. IV H. HAHN CO. Pone 91 . v v-. w- f"k.- y AV. 'Hi M.'.V.'A I These are 1 Carriage Buying Days We don't urge you to buy an expensive vehicle. We have many good styles within the range of modest incomes Buggies, Runabouts, Stinhopes, Surreys, Spring Wagons, j 'etc. Just received a bi carload and will make special low pri- ces for a few days as we need the room and can use the money The Albuquerque Carriage Co. 2 Corner First Street and Tijeras Ave. N. llo In Ni'iitonivil to a Yr In Ti-ii-lli-iil lurj . Itut ArruiiKttia'iilx .Mny Pliit-o Ilim In lltforni Nvliool. John Sawtclle plraded guilty to taking part In burglurlzlng of the J. A. SkinniT grocery ptore, in the prrsrnce of Judge Abbott this morn' It Ua Sold lit I YiMit t tin- I iinrt IIoiik- Till Morning to Kutlsfy iHhu Klpvrn thousand, right hundred nnd thirty-nine acres of the (.Vbnlleta land grunt In Vali ncl.i county was fold I.i front of the. cmrt liousc this ing and was ent net d to one ar morning nr tne mull sum or l.tlO in the penitentiary. I exiienmn. amounting to $800. IMxtiUt Attorney Klock made a j TN si txp.nsos wet e Incidental to the plea for leniency for the boy, but Jlt. ' opposed Attorney Frnnk Moore, who I Tin. pan-' was made by ltcfcree noueht to have sentence imposed and ! Harry P. Owen. The bidders were suspended. The plea of District At torney Klock was to have the boy sent to the Colorado reform school at Oolden, where two other Albu querque boys are undergoing train ing. Judge Abbott was willing to nc cede to the retjunst of the district at torney but the father of the boy said that he could not raise the 124 0, nec essary to pay thu cist nnd tuition. Attorney Klock said that he would make n donation toward the fund. Judge Abbott sent the boy to the county J.ill under sentence of one ii ar In the pi nitentlary. providing arrangements cannot be made to f-end the boy to thf reformatory. WOULD HAVE STREETS CLEANED AT NIGHT James M. Smith, the philntiff In the act m. and ?Yllx H. Lester, who it is believed, represented a client. The bidding s;avicu at $1,000. The Cebolleta land grant Is an avid tract, formerly owned by 140 hciis of one Anaya et al, who were lamed as defendants in the Buit. Willie Ppleglebi rg of New York, a firtnir merchant -of tanta Fe, owns 2,052 acres of the grant. KKO4O0444X44M i . : i MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. 1 1 in it Objects to Way ii-t ls Handled by Men Who Ciallur It I p In the MoniiitCM. PAY YOUR POLL TAX OR GO INTO COURT Clerk of the Hoard of Kiliicadou Is-u-H I'lnal Warning to the lillilllelltM. I Land Owner i a If Not Why Not? ALBUQUERQUE MEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 MEREST ALLOWED ON SAYINGS DEPOSITS : -I Montezuma Grocery and Liquor Company Copper and Third Imported and Domestic Goods I Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive Oil. Liquor by the Gallon or Bottle. J Family Trade Solicited. I Agent for San Antonio lime. Always t Fresh. Prices Right. i Call Phone or send for Solicitor. PHONE 1029 t COLUMBUS HOTEL Corner Bacond mnd Oold HOME COOKING Exoellent Service Particular peop.e have been pleased with Coluubua Meals for many years. Have you tried them? Contrary to last year, the delin (innt taxpayeiH this year will be pvoMeeiit' d for non-payment of their ledl tax which l now due and a meet mg of the board of education has : bet n called for next Monday evening at which time Secretary T. J. Nay . Ion, of the board of education, will be anointed to represent that body I l'i the primeeution. As a last warning to those titill in arrears, the following letter Is today being mailed to the delinquents: April 1, 1909. I'leasp call at Dunbar's and pay your pull tax before April zuili as l not desire to bring milt against you. However, if you do not heed this final warning and settle this mat- tet before that date, don't blame any one out yourself when you receive a summons tJ appear In court as a poll tux delinquent. Kxeept fcieetlon 1549 and 1905 lawa of New Mexico. That a poll tax of one dollar shall be levied upon nil able bodied male persons of the ago of 21 years or over, for school pur1 poses. The school district clerks are hero by empowered to bring suit in the name of the school district for tha collection of said poll tax. If not paid within thirty days after the first de mand has been made for the payment of same from any person so delln Tlie lies!) SlHitn lii tin Southwest Are io it. Kxiieotiil to Connate for Tro- I -Xo property shall be exempt from liliit'H This. Month. open "I wish these streets could be cleaned at night," pt-tulantly re marked a pedestrian on fouth f?ec iino ftrcet. as he extracted a small piece of real estate from one eye. "Those men who go around during the day, scraping up refuse on the streets and hauling it away in wag ons, seem to nie to choose Just the j time or day wnin tne streets are crowded with people. An invariably tne of them pitches a shovel full of dirt Into his wagon Just as I come along, so that I can get the benefit of all the dust that doesn't settle In 4 I the wagon. If I kick him in the face I'll have to go to police court and J i pay a fine, so I usually meekly sub- I mit to the impromptu dust storm. J But isn't there a way to remedy It? j RATON GUN CLUB WILL HAVE A SHOOT ' execution in suits for collection I poll taxes. I Office corner Third and Gold, 3. Consider-, from S a. m. until 7:30 p. m. Yours truly, T. J. NAYLON Clerk, Hoard of Education. There are many in the city who have not paid their poll tax for sev- R U A I A New Feature in Carriage Building .-r , h't-r' - flu II A . i a txX4 my Dry Climate Vehicles We employ a new process in the construction and finishing of our vehicles. They are built to meet the requirements of mountain work and to wi hstand the exactions of a dry climate, Thry are the only strictly Dry Climate vehicles on the market. By the use of our own, hand made, Double King Bolt Filth Wheel, our spring wagons are made to wear where the wear comet most without the use of extra material. If your dealer does not carry our line write for our catalog and prices. The Quilitch Implement & Department fa Trinidad. Katnn, X. M., April able inlerest Is being taken in the three days' shooting tournament which the Raton Gun club will hold here April 19, 20 and 21. Shooters from all parts of the southwest are expected to take part. Forty barrels t.rai years past and should they fall of clay birds and 1,000 live pigeons with their this year's tax, suit will be have been ordered for the shooting. ' brought against them for this year's Following are the committee that a, WPn ag previous poll taxes, which will have charge of the various de- the clerk still holds against them, partments of the tournament: The costs of each suit will range from Grounds and Birds C. M. Bayne, jo to 1 and the law yi strict. A. C. Staub, T. D. L.leb, Frank Kram- I er. I' In our big assortment of dainty Finance Krnest Ruth. Dr. A. R. Raster footwear we are showing hand Pteither, L. It. Goehring. L. C. White, some patent kid pumps, oxfords and C. M. Bayne. C. A. Xyhus. coluniuls; serviceable tan oxforJs Reception nnd Kntertainment Dr. and ties in vicl kid, Russia calf nnd W. S. Connett, E. G. Twitty, Dr. A. suede, dressy vlci kid and gun metal, 'II. stelcher. 'lace and button oxrorus in an sizes. A. Jj. Hobbs will be in charge of prices run in men's shoes from $2.30 the bureau of Information, and any to $3; In women's shoes from $1.63 shooter diring information about to $3.00. and in children's shoes from tournament will get it by writing to tl to $2.75 and you will find every him. The events will be carried on the percentage basis. pair an exceptional goon vuiuo. v-. May's shoe store, .314 West Central avenue. AFTER CRAZY SNAKE A IHnal i:ffort Will IW Made to Cu tiu'v leader of tlit Rami of Indians. AUDIENCE S10PPED HYPNOTIC STUNT Henryetta, Okla., April 3. Colonel Hoffman with eight detachments of Mate troops started on a final attempt to capture Chief Crazy Snake this mornitig. Scouts yesterday found where the chief had camped as lat as Thursday. The hills will be Scoured. NOT Till: HI 1ST CASK. ' Recently a member of the b gis laturi a new member wrote to a leading hotel at Austin asking for rates during the session for himself I nnd wife. The answer stated that $1H3 per month was the best rate that could be quoted and he wrote back. I stating that he did not see how it woldu be possible for him to pay that rate, when his salary would amount to only $130 To this the answer was prompt. Ills letti r wo i etui lied and across the bottutu was written in pen cil and with"Ut signature: "It can be done." Athens (Texas I Review. Objei'tetl io Haling Stone Broken on Roily of Gil l by H i pilot Lst W ho Wielded a Hummer. An advertised feature of the hyp- rotk- performance at the Elks' the utre. last night was the breaking of a slab of stone on the body of Arz ullla, who lay in a hypnotic state, i xtended at full length between two chairs. Alburtus gave the stone several resouding smacks with a I heavy hammer but it refused to break j and erise of "stop it" from rhe nudi I rue caused the stunt to be aban doned. The performance last night was the equal of the first one nnd another big audience uttend-d. Tonight the show closes Its three nights engage ments here. The questions and an swers last night brought out soon surprises and much laughter on oc casions. "Who got a large part of my mom v the other ninht?" asked a member of the audi'-nco, who be ta me the center of interest when Arzullla answered: I "The men you pl.-'.nd cards with." The safe t and best in- J vestment on earth is the earth itself, from whence 1 MEXICO i i i is the coming country, which J t offers you the greatest op- pui i uiiioco til iiic nvou w day. Where California is I todav. Mexico will be ten " years from now. Are you irninrr tct let these onnortun- o a ri ities pass by and not take i advantage of them? ', X We have shown this won- derful country to thousands t and other thousands are ; continuing to go, to this the ; richest and most fertile land on the globe. Our descriptive literature is free tor the asking, and tells you all about it. Write today. Now is the time. We run special excursion trains to our lands every month. If you are from "Mi:souri let us show you." Special Excursion April 7 Low Rates Long Limit Make Your Reservations Now Off the Pullman car onto our land. Trices are still exceeding ly low, but are advancing rapidly. Sold on long and favorable terms. A small amount of mon- ey uiveaicu nuw win in a I J few years make you inde- t pendent. Let us tell you X about it. t i SULPHUR Lone Star Boot & Shoe Shop HOT SPRINGS All Chronic IMsrase Cored. W treat all forms or dliruei, KheumatUm, Dropty, Ba,l Blood, vrunn. Ulreri, Deafnera Paralyili, Stomach and Bladder Troublea, Btrlcturea, et. W guarantee tha curt of Catarrh. Wa flva Irea lnatruetiona on uaa af tha waters. Batha ara auto matic Cam a or writ. JOS. L. DURAN, li jflli Our specialty la making eoboj , txKitrt anil up-to-date ahoes. First clonal repairing, llest rock-oak bole leaUu.r j .iwil. Twenty years' eerleiHe. I am ina-tiT of the trade, liiye us a trial, j Work called for anil delivered. I'lione 85. 32'j V. Central Ave WHEAT FLAKE rail 142 The aged and young, delicate and strong, sick "u'utae'M homr,,nnt "'To,, aIltl 'dTC benefitwl by eating this simple food. The reason We tlo bo inui h HOl'GH DHV work U bccaiino we tlo It riKhl aud liaTe Tor further information regarding excursions, etc., address Old Mexico Land & Coloni zation Co. B. H. HAUN, Mr. 321 w. G. Ave. Phone 144 Albuqurque, N. M. (jeneral western agents for Mexico International Land Co. of Kansas City, Mo. For the Youthful Heir in original and novel designs are among lately arrived goods. We have them in black, blue, green and gray, with all "mod ern improvements" They range in price From $8.50 to $17.50 1 : i : i Mfoetrt IFalbeir 308-310 West Central Avenue a : : Stewart Ranges The Best Made See the new "Royal Stewart" Combination Coal, Wood, and Gas Range. Raabe & Mauger L. 115-117 N. First Street. Consolidated Liquor Go. EVERYTHING. IN OUR LINE Write tor Illustrated Catalog and Price List OFFICE AND SALES ROOM 121 and 123 North First St. Piiona 138 4 ALL THE WAY UP From the foundation to the shingles on the root, we are sell ing Building Material Cheaper than yon have bought fa soMy years. Save at leaf 25 per cent and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material & Lumber Co. FHONK 8. CORVEIl THIRD AXD MARQUETTM. 'OLD RELIABLE," L. ESTABLISHED 1973 PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER i FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carrie the Largest aud Most Exclusive Btoclc of Staple Uroceriei the Southwest in FARM FREIGHT WAGONS ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. RAILROAD AVENUE 1 W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LTV EI IT, 8AL. TEED . l TlXSr-Klt STABL- trt$ and llulea boogat changed. 1 Bj HEaX TXT ifN OUTS IN THV CITl deconij Btraat betwt.n CaatlU Copssr Ats. aa Highland Livery IIAMHROOK UKOS. I'hous 6. Ill John St, I'p to date turu-ouU. iwt drlrera in tlie clly. lrorl-(or of 'Sadie," the plculo wagon. Our work la RIGHT to etury par toent. Hnkba Uaundry Co. J