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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. VAOK a"KVEW. I . MALE HELP WANTED Competent bookkeeper, collector and general office man wants position. Well known local! v. Local references. Address J. A. B. Citizen office. WANTED First class gentleman stenographer for out of town posi tion. Good salary, chance for ad vancement. Southwestern Business Association, 201 East Central ave. MALE HELP WANTED J 90 a month, $70. expense allowance at start, put out merchandise and grocery catalogues; mail order house. American Hone Supply Co., Desk 38. Chicago. 111. WRITE and we will explain now we pay any man S8S per month and all traveling expenses to take order for portraits. Experience unneces sary. This offer made by the great est portrait house In the world. Write now before It la too late. It. D. Mattel. Dept. 20. Chicago. TOUNO MEN FOR RAILWAY MAIL Service. Examination In Albuquer que May It. Intending applicants , should begin preparation at once. Sample questions and "How Gov ernment Position Are Secured," sent free. Ir.ter-State Schools, 797 Iowa Ave., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. UBX Take orders for the largest portrait house. Some of our men are making 1800 a month, so can i you. Address, National Art and Crayon Co., Dept. 447, Chicago. MEN WANTED QUICKLY By big I Chicago mall order house, to dis tribute catalogues, advertise, etc. i f 28 a week; 160 expense allowance Bret month: no experience required. Manager, Dept. S01, 181 Wabash avenue, Chicago. FEMALE HELP WANTED Seamstress and appren tice for dressmaking d?n'"raeii;. Crane millinery and dressmaking parlors, . Fifth street and Central avenue v ANTED A lady collector, mar tied or single, to collect a few daya monthly for a California Install ment heuse. Easy work, good pay. References required. Address Box 144, Oakland, Cat. WANTED ffTANTHD Second hand sacks. Hahn' Coal yard. WANTED To buy large tract of. , timber. Oive full report, cash price, location, shipping facilities, also terms. I. C. Cockey, 228 Kitt- redge Bids;.. Denver, Colo. 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, descrlp- Uon, and state when possession can ', be had. Address L. Darbyshlre, j Box 2010, Rochester, N. T. AGENTS 1 18 PER WEEK PAID ONE PERSON in each county to handle our big advertising combination. J. S. Selg- ler Company. Como Block. Chicago. WANTED Agents to sell our line of cigar with a new patent cigar lighter. Can also he carried as a side line. Address Crown Cigar Co., Milwaukee, Wis. RESPONSIBLE men to sell Gaso lene Lighting Systems. Exclusive territory, attractive proposition to right parties. Catalog free. Acorn Braes Mfg. Co. Chicago, 111. WANTED Agents make I a day; seven fast sellers; big new Illustrat ed catalogue and samples free. Commercial Supply Co., Box 10(8, Boeton, Mass. AGENTS Positively make TPS to 120 daily selling the greatest pho to art specialty ever produced; something new and unwual. L. K. Nutter, Mgr., 464 Carroll ave., Chi cago, 111. AGENTS, MALE OR FEMALE, can make all kinds of money selling my Pongee Swiss Embroidered Waist Patterns and Silk Shawls. Big money for you. Catalogue mailed on request. Joseph Gluck, 21 Broadway, N. Y. city. AGENTS ATTENTION! Dloxo CabT nets guard the home from contag ion and disease. Require no atten tion. Just hang them up, that's all. People are buying them by the thousand. Send at once for sample and terms. Montana Sales Co., Dis tributors. Butte. Mont. WANTED Intelligent man or wo man to take territory, and appoint canvassers to sell our water filters. Exclusive territory and nice, profit able work for the right party. Se neca Filter Co.. Seneca. Mo. Any part or all or the first floor of the Luna and Strlckler building Is now ready for occupancy and will be iease.1 ti responsible parties Any alteration desired will be made to suit tenants. Total floor space, 12. COO square feet. Easement same di mensions. Steam heat and all other modern Improvements. Apply W. S. strlckler. m kia: help female help clerks stenographers bookkeepers salesmen AGENTS CANVASSERS A Clearing House for the People's Wants Classified Md. Albuquerque's Popular Want Columns BOTH Don't worry over household expenses. Worry is wrong and only helps to make matters worse. Learn today how you can avoid it. The Want Ads in today's Citizen will tell you. Perhaps you had thought of renting a room, but had difficulty in getting a good tenant who would be willing to pay liberally. You can get such a tenant with a little ad in our "Furnished Room" columns, and at a very small expense. Then, if you do fancy work, plain sewing, china painting or other needle or art work, you can find a market for your product through the Want Columns of The Citizen. Read Citizen Want Ads every day. See how easily you will make both ends meet. SALESMEN SALESMEN WANTED We want men capable of earning $50, $71 or $100 per week to sell rotary wind signs. If you can get and mean business, write Albright Sign Co., Muncle, Ind. V ANTED An energetic, educated man to sell the New International Encyclopaedia In New Mexico; splendid epenlng; state age, pres ent 'employment and give referen tee. Dodd, Mead and company. Shukert Building, Kansas City, Mo. VANTHD capable salesman to cevet New Mexico with staple line. High commissions, with $100 monthly advance. Permanent position to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., De troit. Mich. SALESMAN Specialty, dry goods and furnishing; men covering spe cific territory, (single states pre ferred), 7H per cent commission; state present accounts. Duke Macmahon Handkerchief Co., 171 Broadway, New York. WANTED Salesman to carry up-to-date Souvenir Poet Cards as side line. Money making: proposition. Some of our men making $200 monthly. State references. Gartner & Bender, Chicago. WANTED Salesman having ac quaintance with leading manufact urers of Albuquerque and surround ing territory. Must have general knowledge of machinery and belt ing and be prepared to work on a liberal commission basis as a reg ular or side line. Post Office Box 140. Station C. Cleveland, Ohio. iamlu rtunei, energetic sales men to sell a general line of high trade food products to hotels, res taurants, farmers, ranchers and taer large oonumera. Experience anneeetsary; we teach you the suilneti; exclusive territory. Oar toods are guaranteed full weight, ull measure and In every way sieet tie reulrements of ail pure food 'aw. ExceptlJnal opportun ity; writ today for particulars. John Sexton A company, Whole sal Grovers, Lak & Franklin ats., Chicago WANTED Reliable man to woik city of Albuquerque with Clear Ha vana Cigar proposition. For partic ulars address Box 601 Ybor Sub station, Tampa. Fla. LKsMAN" WANTED fur l'JOS who has bad experience in any line, to ell fencra! tra.l l:i New Mexico n unexcelled eprvlalty proposition. Tommli'loiw with $3i weekly a I-j ranc. for expenses. Our s. aj.i . liens January 4th. Tha Continental Jewslry Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. ENDS WILL MEET IF YOU DO THIS FOR REN1 FOR RENT 33 acres fine land, 26 acres In alfalfa, fenced, all under ditch. Alejandro Sandoval, Cor ralles. FOR RENT Four front rooms, for housekeeping Apply Mrs. Doran, 624 W. Central, rear. Rent reason able. FOR RENT Typewriters, all kinds. Albuquerque Typewriter Bxchange, 111 West Central. Furnished Rooms FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping, $10, $15 and $18 per month, 114 West Gold. FURNISHED ROOMS at Grand Cen tral hotel, Central and Second St. FOR- RENT Two-furnished-rooms, close in, ground floor, outside en trance. City water. $2.50 a we?n. Inquire 409 W. Copper or 219 W. Gold. Business Opportunities AUTHORS seeking a publisher should communicate with the Cochrane Publishing company, $77 Tribune building, New York city. FOR "SALE Well itablished. good paying business. Invoices about $S. 000. Address P. O. Box 220, Albu querque, New Mex. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN Cash for good notes. Room 16, N. T. Armljo Uld., 1:30 to 1:30 p. m. f'0'KltM4i JI.SIS. The world's greatest thinkers near l .ill disagree with the church. You hlmiild know their beliefs. Three brief essays uric on Jesus, ono on the origin of the Gospels, and one on Christianity w 111 give you the net re sults of modern scholarship and In spiration. Price 12c. Send dime nnd nt:inii to Tin- School of Trulli, Utfuy-1-I J ll j. rol:i:vr AT 2124 W. Central Meet Every Friday Evening at 8 Sliarp. E. V. Monrr, C. C. D. r. Phillip. CWk. 402 West Ixd Ave. 4) V1MTI.NG SOVEREIGNS WEL. OOMK. s 4 FOR SALE FOR SALE $9.) Singer sewing ma chine, used 3 months; $30. Others $5 and up. 114 West Gold. FOR SALE Tho house at 202 N. Edith at a bi.rg.iln. inspect same Chas. Mann, Old Albuquerque. FOR SALE Cheap. Pool table in first class condition. Inquire Nath an Davis, Care Citizen office. FOR SALE Cheap. Coffee mill for grocery, 5 foot high. Practically new. Inquire, Nathan Davie, car Citizen office. FOR SALE Underwood Typewriter, good as new. Mlllett Studio. FOR SALE Thoroughbred single comb Rhode Island Red and Buff Leghorn eggs, $1 per setting. 1411 North Fifth street. 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 fin residence lots at Long Beach, Cal. Apply at Citizen office, tf tUH eALK A fine Hard man piano, god 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, 114 South Set ond street, Albuquerque. .Swrpt Over Nlngam. This terrible calamity often hap pens because a careless boatman ig nores the rivers warnings growing ripple and faster current Nature's warnings are kind. That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the kid neys need attention if you would es cape fatal maladies dropsy, diabetes or lirlght's dlasease. Take Electric Hitters at once and see backache lly and all your best fe. lings return. "Af ter long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back, one $1 bottle wholly cured me," write J. R. Hlankenship. of Helk. TVnn. Only 50c at all deal ers. Want ads printed In the Citizen bring results I'd Rather Hie, Ifcxtor, than have my feet cut off," said M L. Bingham, of J'ri:i. eville. 111., "but you'll die from p-inrene (which had ciit. n away elplit t " o If you don't," siii. I all doctors. Instead he used Hui k!i n's Ainii-a .-'nive till wholly cured. Its cures f zemn, fever seres. boiN, bin i:s .n:d pile.i astound the world. 25c at all dealers. The raplil Increase n oar business Is doe to giMHl work and fair treat ment of our patrol Hubb Laundry. HOUSES tXn RENT ROOMS TO RENT HOUSES VOTl SALE ranches vor sale business oppor- TCX1TTES MONEY TO LOAN LOST AND POUND PROFESSIONAL CARDS PHYSICIANS SOLOMON I BURTON, M. . Physician and Surgeon. Residence, 610 Smith Walter Street. Phone 1030. Office, Rarnett Building. Pbone, 417. A. O. snORTLE, M. D. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hoars 10 to 19 and t to 4 Telephone 886 Rooms 8, and 10, State National Bank Block. DENTISTS DR. J. E. KRAFT. Dental Surgery. Room 3 and S, Barnett Building, Over O'RIetly'a Drug Store. Appointment Made by Mall. Phone 744. DRS. COPP AND PETTTT. DENTISTS. ..-. ' " .11. Room IS. X. T. Armljo Building. EDMUND J. ALGER, D. P. a Office hours, 0 a. m. to 1J:30 p. m. 1:59 to 5 p. m. Appointments' made by mall. S0 W. Central Ave. Pbone 45$ LAWYERS R. W. D. BRYAN Attorney at Law. Office First National Bank BnlldTag Albuquerque, New Mexico, E. W. DOBSON Attorney at Law. Office, CroiSfwell Block. AJbnqoaque, New Mexico. IRA M. BOND Attorney at Law. Pension, Land Patent, Copywrlght, caveats, iettcr Patent, Trade Marks, Claims. 38 F Street N. W. Washington, D. C. TIIOS. K. D. MADDISON Attorney at Law Office, 117 West Gold Ave. INSURANCE B. A. 6LEY8TKR Insurance, Real Estate, Notary Public. Room IS and 14. Cromwell Blk. Albuquerque w Mexico A. E. WALKER Fire Insurance Secretary Mutual Bnlldlng Association S17 West Centray Avenne AUCTIONEER 3. it. Sollle of the Arm of Sollle A Le Breten, 117 West Gold avenue, ha obtained an auctioneer' license for the purpose of serving the public In that aapaclty a well a doing an auction business at their own store on Thursday of eaeh week, at 1:10 and 7:10 o'clock. Mr. Sollle has bad broad experience in the auction business in his yeunger days. With bis close attention to business and the polite and easy way in which he can address th people, will assure him success as In other days. The peo ple of Albuquerque can make no m)jrtake In giving Mr. Sollle their work. Hair Dresser and ddropodlat. Mrs. Bambini, at hr parlors op posite th Alvarado and next door to St urges' cafe, 1 prepared to give '.herougn calp treatment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunion and 'ngrown nails. She gives maasag treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Pamblnl's own preparation of com plexion cream builds up th skin and mproves the complexion, and Is ruaranteej not to b injurious. 8h also repar hair tnlc and cures and prevents dandruff and hair fall ing ut, restore life to dead hair, re moves moles, warts and superfluous hair. For any blemish of th face, call and consult Mr. Bambini. DAILY SHORT STORIES 1 MIIUM PATH AT THE OPEN MEETING. By Win. A. Dnrf. lf Mrs. Peck has the oust iron nerve to recite "College Oil Can1 at the open meeting of the Narclscus club tonight, I'm going to reslan. 1 am Indeed. Tact! That woman nev er heard of such a thing. At one of our open meetings, mother, she actu ally gave -Curfew Shall Not Ring To night," and added Insult to Injury by acting It out, rolling her eyes like a uying cnlf. and letting her hair down. I hud Invited Jatk to go with me. and I though I'd sink through t.ie floor when she got up and began her maneuvers. Jack plagues me about 11 every time I mention the club. keeps asking me when we're going to have another open meeting. Says he wouiuni miss Mrs. Peck's stunt for anything. I told him it he could stand It I could, so he's going along lonignt. "Ono of the dearest, sweetest wo men In our club Is Mrs. Roberts. xoud never imagine for a moment that she's worried to death over her husband, but shu is. He vnm there. He didn't come with her, but stag gered In after the program had be gun. Mrs. Roberts was mortified to death over It. And then, what did that chicken-brained Mrs. Peck do cut recite 'College oil Cans." She might Just as well have pointed out Mr. Roberts as the horrible example. I thought my soul that Mrs. Roberts would sink through the floor. Hut It never fazed Mm. I'eek. Nothing could. "Another thing, mother. Jack wants me to marry him. He insists on having his answer' tonight. Yes, I know I could have Mr. DeQulncy any time I want him. I d never have to worry then about whether I could afford to do what I wanted to. He doesn't look to be nearly 'bo old as he really la, but he's got lots of money and he's liberal. Don't ypu think. mother, that I'd be happier with him? Yes, I know I've gone with Jack quite a while and he' taken me to almost everything, but it's quite an other thing to marry him; besides, he hasn't such a very good position and it might be a long time before we could afford to live as I would like to. He says he expects a big ad vancement moet any time now, but one cun't depend on that." "The open meeting was simply lovely, mother. Yes, Mrs. Peck was there and she' recited! I wish you could 'have heard her. It was fierce; oh, yes, lots worse than I Imagined It would be, but we didn't let that bother us. "On the way to the club Jark asked me whether I had made up my mind yet. I told him I had about made up my mind to marry Mr. De Qulncy. That got him going. While you were down town this afternoon Mr. DeQulncy came and took me out In his motor car. Yea, he asked mo again, but I told him I would have to think about it. "Inst flight, when Jack insisted inai A Buy jfi-B, A iviu null A u amv j Fate decide. If Mrs. Peck gave "Col- lege Oil Cans' I would know that I wasn't Intended for him, but if it was "Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight' I would say 'yes.' "No, Mrs. Peck didn't recite "Col lego Oil Can' und It wasn't "Curfew" either. It was )ver tho Hills to the Poorhouse' It was, really and I told Jack that's what it meant, my accepting him, and that there was no use fighting Fate. "Hut h'' said Fate and Mrs. Peck didn't know what they were talking about, for hu had Just had a fine raise." , How's TIiIh? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, tho undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by his firm. WALDINO, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's catarrh cure Is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cent per bottle. Sold by all drug gists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Cp Before tlie Bur. N. H. Drown, an attorney, of Pitts field, vt., writes: "We have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for years and find them suc h a good family medi cine we wouldn't be without them." For chills, constipation, biliousness or sick headache they work wonders, 25c at all dealers. mhce! To HiiiuerN and Oilier. You are hereby notified that no one other than members will be al lowed to hunt 011 the grounds of t.ie Rio Urande Gun club or the ranch of Frank A. Huhhell or the lands of the Atrlsco IjuihI company. Any one hunting or tresirasBing on the above named lands will be pros ecuted under section 4, chapter SI, laws of 1905 of tho territory of New Mexico. RIO GRANDE Gl'N CUTt. Words to Ilww the ,sml. "VnilP Ul.n Y.I.. .... . . n i . .r. 111. . .-j... iius . II III H. Ml. Jil-J 'case N hopeless." These appalllis words were spoken to Geo. E. R!cv Jenx. a hading merchant of h'prini; I Held, . c. by two t Xpert doctors .one a Iuiir Mie. lulM. Then was shown the wonderful pover of Dr. King' New Dineov'ery. "fter three weeks j use." writes Mr Ulevens. "he was as well as ever. I w.,uld not take, ail the money j,, the world for whut it did for my boy." Infallible fo.' coughs and colds, its the safest, sur- st cure of desperate lung dlsca--e on earth. 50o and $1. Guarantee sat ' Isfactii.n. Trial oottle free. All Dealers. JOUIHE REALTY CO. Established 1838 Real Estate, Loans, FIRE INSURANCE KOtt SALE. $1,000.00 6-room brick res idence on South Broadway, to foot lot, tree and outhouses. Easy term. $.1,000.00 Great bargain In 8-room brick residence In the Highlands, close In; lawn, fruit and shade trees. $1,900.00 A S room frame house, modern. Fourth "-ward; easy payments. A great bar gain. Lot In neir town of Rolen, at original plat prices. Call at our office for full particulars. Choice vacant lots In city of Albuquerque. See us before buying elsewhere. FOR RENT. $8.00 3-room house, near shops on Pacific avenue. $10.00 Comfortable. new 8-room house, North Eighth St. $18.00 Modern, 7-room, N. Eighth St. $20.00 Adobe . .house, ..7 rooms, bath, close In. $20.00 Rooming house with store room, close to shops. $30.00 Modern, seven room brick, open Are places, large lawn and trees, 14th street near Central. $2.50 per work, 2 rooms, fur nished for light housekeeping. West Copper, near Third street. $58.00 Furnished, modern, 2-story, 9-room brick, facing - park; finest In the city. $65.00 Hotel Henrietta. Is brand new, never occupied, I modern, 27 rooms; fine loca tion, a bargain. ABSTRACTS OP TITLE. Having the only up to data Abstract Books for the city of Albuquerque and county of Bernalillo, and a competent and experienced abstractor, and conveyancer In our office, we are prepared to furnish correct ABSTRACTS OF TI TLE on SHORTEST NOTICE, and at LOWEST PRICES. MONEY TO LOAN at S per cent on first mortgage, In any amount above $500. LOANS X 1T.OTI A TF. D MONEY INVESTED HOCSES RENTED TAXES PAID and complete charge taken of properties for residents and non-residents. NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFt FICE. 219 Watt Go4 Avmnue Money to Loan I HAVE $100,000.0 to loaa on Albuquerque real es tate, first mortgage only, one to five year, in sums to nit, at seven and eight per cent, according to amount and class of security. ,If you need money and have the right kind of secur ity come and see me. A. Mo n toy a SIS West Gold Avenne, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 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