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L B U Q vl R O U J-N .;pRNI KG JOUv N All
MoUlny, October -
7
káTT DOUBTS
ODELL'S POWER TO
' DELIVER GOODS
Fonl K"c from Annao-i'.': to X
Vork. about November 7. tut muHt
tuers express tilt fear thit the .
.í ompetitlnn iii!hu run loo tilt;!
the part of'the m u.
Suggestive , Remark Frcni
Veteran New York Senator.
IS AGAINST BIGGINS F02
GOVÍRNOÍ ON ANY TERMS
destroyed
.of thirty
New York. Oi l. 1. Sen nor Thotnar
C. riall, who arrived from Washing
ton today, aíil tonltrht in the course oi
an Interview.
'l am against (nvernor Iligtrlns foi
another term under any clrcum
alance."
He declined to .iy who his canllduu
for uovernor would he.
The senator wan aked if he had
heard of the meeting between Odel:
anil Woodruff, where WoMruff va
nald to have been promised the repn'o
llran nomination for governor tiex.
year If he would make the run f )i
mayor this year. To this the eii.tto:
replied that he had not. and added:
"It in a ciui'Stiioi whether Mr. (.le!'
could guarantee that, and even If hi
could, whether he would k"ep t.e
gua ra ntee."
PARALYSlTciCKS
DOWIE'S CAREER
i.imm ap.xatiox or Tin: pi:o
piikt m.ijaii ihih.y iiamu
t Ai'i'i :i n ihm:am..
t'lilciipi, Oct. 1. John Alt x in d"t
IHiwIe, who I alms to b- the rein 'ar
nation of the Prophet KliJ.ih and t'
have divine power to eure all di.-e.i.e.
ha teen sti ii ken with paralysis
italians"wórTt
POLICE IN BATTLl
iy ix.il - it i I) i i)i:si'i:i:ii
i k.iit in nav yoiik
ti;i.mi:t.
Xew York. 'lit. 1. Three It.iHan
were .shot and nerloufly wounded in a
fight in a tenement house in Oliver
street toniKht, the culmination of ,i
merry party that h it been Koini? or
since early In the ever.inif. Imtncli
ately followiiu? the fhoutinit there u; :
a brisk battle between polieeini li an !
u number of Italian vl: liad partici
pated in the affray and policeman
John lieilly was twice stabbed In the
shoulder, while two il'-le. lives cr
knocked down and be. iter.
lenloiiH Negro kills Wife. .
Xew York. Oct. 1 . - Km ai-d 1 .
Jealousy, Jamen (!. Clayton, i ii"Rm.
today Mint and killed his wife. Ian y.
and Junes Haimuii, also a m-k'ni, who
hoarded with the Clayton family. He
made his escape, hut was noon ar
rested. ,
0RE4T DISPLAY
FOR f SINCE LOUIS
i:i;ht'.kx or most iHtu rurn
UATI'I.I-Mill's AMOAT II as.
SKMItl.K AT ANN l'OI IS.
Washington, oct. 1--The vMt to
American waters of the lirltixii dec
under I'rince I,ouls of t itt.-nbi'i r 11.
give occasion for a n ival display un
pieeedented In Hlrcm-l'i on this sld
of the Atlantic. Knrhtcen of the in m
powerful ftKhtltiK ships now atlnat will
ride at anchor at Annapolis on .No
vember - w hile I lie prim e lifit Wash
ington to pay his respects to I'lcudi-n!
Jtoonevelt.
The prim e's sipiniion inn.-4.-ts cl
the armored cruiser Inake, H.i'i
tons, and the lledford. the C.irnnali.
the Iterrtb k, the K-sex mid the Cum
berland, eai h of fl.SOii tons. 'Do.
squadron w ill be Joined at A una pobi
by the battleship squadron of lia
Xorth Atlantic fleet, consistí, ii; of !ti.
Maine, the Missouri, the Alaban I. tin
Illinois, the Kearsarue. the K.miIU'Io
the Iowa and the Mass u huseits, and
by II $ new armoieil rrulMi-r siuadron.
1m ludiuif the West-ViiKinia, tie- C llo
rado, the Pennsylvania, and the M try
I., nd.
The silKgestion has been made thit
there might be an excelled o;i,onua
Ity for a friendly speed trial h.-tw-ee:.
the cruiser Hiuadi ons wiien I'rim
lelrtiy I'Htterns of Tlili:'
Pittsburg. ct. 1. Fire
damaged the Mclntosh-lfei c
pany. or Fort Pitt foundry
letter known, to the extent
$200.00.
Tae valuable -patterns
represented a:i ai-i-uni-i.'i' -r
year'.
Snnto Domingo's 'n-tiit Iwh.
Washington, tu t. 1 J- aid the Am-p'i.-.in
exporter In de.j business with
8 into l)omlngo with, its complex tariff
wtem. there has lieen compiled In the
office of Cul. George Collón, controller
n:J general receiver of Santo nomin
en, a volume on "Customs Tariff and
an Knitome of the llevenue I.iw of
the Dominican Republic." This volume
han been MjiIi-hed by the bi.reau of
insular nffalrs here and has been pi ac-
r! on Kile In Xew Ylik ut the cost of
production.
PLUNGED BAYONET
INTO ENEMY'S BACK
is it ljs
ot about I i,.
v
X
AllTII l.l-TJY PKIVATK ll.I
111 lilt Y 1IOMK Tf COMMIT
MlltlUIi.
TO
i pr
.ille
w York. Oct. 1. Peter Mifntyre.
ivate la the enact artillery, was
I last night in the barracks ui
V oi l Tullen, While; tone. 1 I., by Pri
vate WÍIH im Snyder. The una ipiar
reled durlrg the day nn 1 Snyder em;.,
in the eve; in wan heard ta pay In i
i,i!niiii near the fort, that he had t.
hurrv link to the barracks, as he hi
t) kill Mclulyri- before midnight, lit
allied out his threat 1)V pluiigiliK
'laycnet InH Jiclnt) r.''n liack.
tioiNt; a i tit Tin: sax ta it:.
-IMant Altornev ;i'iiernl Pui'dy l
1'n'li ('"iienipt ( a o
Washington. Oct. I Milton I)., Pu I'
ll- .-issistant to the attorney gi-ncrvl of
the Pulled States, has returned f ort
i lontr trhi to Eiuoiie. and is again at
his desk In the department. Mr. Pur
le u nt toeseiit acting attorney gener-
ii. Snlieltor C.etieral lloyt having ROIH
o M ilne for a snort vacation.
j .,.,n !! h i nn iirr.i nire to do fc
Vr Plirdv exoei Is to go before Judge
Ph.lllps ii: Ml-i-)-iri fcr a furtner
i.. ir!ii.. nf the cases in lusurated liy
il,o about three months ago arra'gi
ce- .he Santa Ke and other railroads-
'or contempt In violating the relri'n
r,g order issued (ralnst them prohib
ting the granting of retíales. Kxict':
a hat the next step w ill be Mr. Purd;
loen not st He. but it Is known that h
deshea to tiush action as rapidly
tioHsible against the ra
violated lh
Iroails
restraining order.
w hit 1
BOSTON CARPENTERS
GET A RAISE
Jverpoi
formation
ship-owning
with a i-aptt'l
t ike over vt oat
from 2.000V to
Japan aciiui'e1.
luring the war
chielly for ioi
coasiing trade.
Allí
JtG TRUST
UTIOX
IJSTS.
i:ss.
Ol-TO
RAILROAD TIMÉ TABLE
.otto
for
arid
iTie Standard-
t reports the
Anclo-Jaranest-
ti conibinatlcnj
00.000. It will
mslifps. vai-ying
ns each, which
t"ansport work
will u.-e them
-ilzjiig the Jap:itK-se
atne of them will be
nsod for carrying shipments to . anf
from India and China. Port Arthur
will lie tne far eastern headquarter?
mil distril uting center. The Japanef
government has granted concessions
there for wire-houses and docks.
The combln-i'-loii, furthermore, pro
pon.'.) to ti ijUire several large cai.io
ile.imers of frTin lu.liuo to 2ti.tinw ions
to carry freight direct between japan,
China, 'Liverpool, l.oivlon. Antwerp.
huí some French port. P. H belleveti
that Japan's exiiort trade will receive
enormous development, end that I:
will be linked with Chinas, wlule a
irl.'ík business will be done with J-.ti-.
..f . . .... i.j.. if .....i
ropean nianuiaciui'-is. .-o m
tones, senior partner in me nrm oi
Klder Dempfi'ei; and t o.. it. i. jian.
ind several China merchants aro men
tioned In connection Willi tne pian.
May ISooime Kmbnsslcr.
P. ill-. Oct. 1. The CauloN flatos
:hat .!ap-in will shortly rab'e Its j i-i n -r-ipal
leiMtions to the rank of ciibas-
'des.
a !x;ki:oi-s mistaki:.
. .i
lliU(iieruiic Mothci-M Slmuin X)it Xc-;-lecl
Kid'icv Wcaliticss iti
liildrcn.
Mi st eh'l.lron have weak kidiif-ys.
Tne ciile.-t warnlivg Is heil-vvetllti r.
l,it.-i- copvs -:vt: -kach", head ic'.ie.
III I nil W
Ü T
ña
17
i
MONTEZUMA TLST COMPANY
Effective June 4, 1905.
CastliuuniL Arrive.
N'o 2 Atlantic Ex. 7:05am
Depart.
8:30 a in
Ni 4 Chi Llm.
No
.11:58 pm Tue ft Frl
12:09 a m
Wednes. & Satur.
8 Chi & K C
Express ....
West Hound
Xo 1 Is An. Ex..
Xo 3 Calif Llm
6:45 pm 7:45 pm
Arrive Depart
7:30pm 8:16pm
10:40amMo&Thu
" " " 10:60 a m
No 7 San Francis
co Fast Mail 10:43 p in 11:10 p m
South Round Depart
No 27 11:30 p m
(Connects wltr. eastern trains.)
Arrive From South
No 22 7:30 a m
(Connectini? with No. 2 eastboun-D
All trains daily, except Xo. 3 and 4.
No. 1 carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars to Los
Angeles.
No. 7 carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars for tsari
Frcteo.
II. S. LVTZ. Agent.
SAXTA FK CKXTUAL RAILKOAD
In Kffect Dec. ti. 1904.
Southbound Northbound
Xo. 1 STATIONS. Xo. 3
RLBUDU ERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Capital and Surplus, fi 00,000.00
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
Toti & Gradi,
Dealers la
OROCERIES. PROVISIONS, MAT,
GRAIN AXD FCEI
Flu line of Imported W lr.es, Xiftnon
b1 Cigars. FUoe you orden
for Uils line with no.
11S-tlt-S17 WORTH T'TIRD RTRleXT
RICO HOTEL
III N. First Street
DINELLI 61 LENCIONI. Props.
Saloon. Restauran! Sl Roomlne Houíií
AMPLE MEAXS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
THE
BANK OF COMMERCE CF ALBUQUERQUE, II. M.
ÜTEXDS lXXDEIOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
CAPITAL, $150,000.00.
OfOcers and Directors
SOLOMON LUNA, President.
W. S. BTUICKMCR, W. J. JOnNSON,
VTce-Prrsldrnt and Cnsliler. Assistant Cashier.
uiuJAM Mcintosh. george arnot.
J. C. RALDRIDCAE. A. M. RLACKWELL. O. E. CROMWEMj.
mi
iUe tn ni-Kle.-t
In cure the liidneyys
Hie child from deadly
lanttuor,
TIs 1
Mi .
Tu hlami- ll
' reí.
Seek
Save
Ills.
1 loan's
tn vs.
.1. A. Skinner,
fancy nrm i-rl' .--:. - I (i
n-. niie. mvs: "Sc-i'f
:inu In mv nidlce a c
whose cfinlnd nver Ihc
'a, iv. li'iiiled. Th
trim-
ii hi far II.-i own dis
li!dne
l:t'U pmi-v
1:20 pm
1:45 pm
2:20 pm
2:45 pml . .
3:30 pml. .
4:05 pml. .
4:20 pm .,
5:45 pml. .
6:20 pm . .
6:D0 pnr. .
7:20 pm! . .
8:10 pmA
rVUnd dnwn
Kidm-y l'i!
i-u
e idek l-.id-
dc
, .Sun ta Fe. .
Dnnaelnna .
VoRa. Ulanca.
.Kennedy . ,
.. Clark ..
,. Stanley ...
. Morlarty . ,
. Melntonh ..
. Estancia .
. V.'illlird .
. i'r'iKreeso .
.lilanca
Arj
4:30 pm
4:10 pm
3:45 pm
3:10 pm
2:45 pm
1:55 pm
1:20 pm
12:45 pin
12:20 pm
11:15 am
10:45 am
10:25 am
TnrrTice ..Lv! ?:10nm
Read up
fin
ad.i:-
was
.(.l.s of (i.imo.Mi:x WIIL
IN i;i:si 1 2 ci.nts
DAY.
ni:
I'.iistnn, d.t. 1
inhi'i ca i'i"iitci s la I
1 v v. lil ha , e t heir v. I
:s 1 cut per day. Th"
nines operative under 1
Indite iccnge I,
111111I1 Ipal i-iiut
i-iu
v.-
n I iclii
ih advaii.-c-1
Ii 1 1 ivr-' II--iecl)
inn :
Went win !h. nf t
as arldtiatni-, (fivei.
limit a month aifa,
e'ltcl'H- iil--ii-atilll
Jud?e's decisiuii.
I'tililli- Inteie
V iHhinttiiii. (li t. 1.
vice han had puhlbdif
in in til" cirreiinnili
1 1 . r Ipctvvecn llie pi
The tiii-ter
ll is accepted
C'l
the
S.
j,
i é modern farmer tretit hl oll we.
u ramnit the true pirit nf prie
lie tin" fchetne of 111 H tl U ff'-HK-1 1 1.
1 tices rliíld rutatlou o troin. 11c
hifield-.
ploee I '.-"j. -' r-3
-t rapnble of ' - .:Z
riidiirmir and tíTT
w lona it win -T.,T7rk'J,ryi
U (. to leave J ;. 'J
a rertiin crop f If lb- ' .
on a certa 1 n rrsr- Ly4
rie.p 01 (troumi.
le know lor
itniiiiic, mat -.. ,1 t
V
f.
iripi-r tira in - . t Í
the trtem of f,i y S)l
Th4 '"i:t'M
1 em- t AM
ill
-1 i. . -...4
cei'-i i" a nii J y- 1
t w 11 . 4 1 . 7 - -
rcat restorer of r.
ility. In-nee '
tli need lor . ,
t.tii Klntt It ''
fettiix a I Ih. '
tira
xoi atiiti
DI11.IM them
elves kniw
wlitt It b:t ( r
them. Thu
fsrmer is Mudy
Inu hU pIsntH,
learning that
the tdiTKlc nf
tie !) piny an
ininorUint part In the ueeeor fHllureof
hi "r. I'be farmer Is the one who !
RiSK'itif -.t u'ticnlile for tln ciiniiirv u
put tnt tiimarket nmre tlisti nil 'ime
drd niillli.o liiihe nf wheat, s-n! !t 11
this and the two luili-maml a li" il u--t.-ln
of corn and our grou Inacotti-n . -rop thai
makes America tlit ledl-ijj c uiiiry in
th world. J uní a we c-oi i ,i:-l lilcll
then UH us, people hleiiiid uly the
sclene of their own hodle. '.Ve litil the
ttotnseh and the utornncii ',- Jm the hloml.
Dr. Ii. V. 1'leree. medical tlireclor of the
Invalids' HoUd and Mtiruical It:titiite. at
liuffalo, K. V., had a laru prsclice In a
farming district; he studied imture's
ways and the human sytcm. lie hit
Bjxm some roots and her!, nisd Into an
afteratlvs extract, without the nw of
alcohol, which put the timcli Into a
vis-iron ami healthful condition. That
t why his "Golden Medical Ihmovery "
fslm-d such s wide reputation nearly
urty years airo and Im stwod the Wstt of
tiu'uíío apjiroval ever aluce. '
i lit.
The forest per
il In pamphlet
111 e of I ird nu:if
ddent mid Sena-
oih IIi Nlmrn and UuhoiH nf Idaho rel
iiie to the foresl re.xerve.-t In that
dite. Senator lleybiirn took sharp
-.e.lioll to the Kovernmenl'H policv.
in-1 it appears inclosed with some of
'ii leitem a iiumher of newspaper
I i 1 1 1 111 vr.- liear'uiK upon the suhj'-ct
eine of them pri-seiit im; lis political
ispect". liefcrriliK to these tile rc-i-P
iit s lys In a letter dated June 13
!,vt:
The other rllppliic you sen 1 reltte
! 1 naiiy matters, ami strive to mak"
t appeir that the forest reserve In Id
ilio Is a matter of political import
une. Now, lien I can proncrly pay
heed t political InterestH I will do so;
'ii-! I v, .11 not for one moment icrifle
:he hit -n--ts i,f the people as a vh U
o the real of fancied interests of any
i i lit ill i: I or of any :ioliticii fic tion.
The government jioPi y In the esi .it -'!shme;;t
of the nitlonal forest rc-
-erves has teen in effect for omi
inie; in irnnd results are rilreidy evi
lent: it Is a policy emphatically In th
hiere'" of the people as a wlude, and
peel;' liy the people of the west. 1
lielievc they cordially approve' t, am.
1 da not illt"lld to lihlllnlilll It."
Ill o.ie of his letters Senator lley-
hurn l idlcatcs an intention to appeal
fmni t ie president In conitriss lor an
1 ljust neiit ofthe prohlc 111.
GOING T0M0ÑTE CARLO
TO BREAK THE BANK
i oi:.mi;k camuimim.-: man
1 ie l 111: has soi.t : 1
ssti:.m.
in:
Sejt.le, Wash., Oct. 1. XI. t C'atil
ton. tornier professor f matheiiiatl.
ind lanKiiaKe in ("amliildKe utilversily
iu-1 recently a miner and prospei tor
ui Ala-ka, has hioken the roulette
liti.K at Atlin.
I'ameroti hid lluuren re pi seiUili,:
tile d lllV UilllllllKH and losses ni. cle at
.n nte f.iriu for the past. Inly years,
and liy u-diiir them .n a tia-ils he wa-
itleintlmc 10 (Inure out a mathemiit i
- al stom w hetehy he coill levcalualiv
t. latn to Kur iie and lue.ik the hank
John L. llean. I10 saw the play at At
Ü11, ays:
' There was nliimt $2.'ifi0 In the bank
roll, and Cameron not every cut of It
Th Hist thin he di I after the bank
closed was to purchase it th ki t for tin
aitsld". Ck'iiIiik down on the boa'
Hh me he confessed that the play in
Atlin ha 1 pioved beyond tuci'.li.n that
he had solved the roulette problem.
He Is now 0:1 his wiy to Kumpe, and
he declares that ulth his Allin wln
pliiío be an lunik the bunk at Mente
C.-rlo."
ONLY A FEW
PRiSONERS KILLED
MUI MAHAY IN Kill VAX Will A
ONLY ONE RKT
M ( I RUED.
London. (Monday). Oct. 2. The
Times' correspondent at Krlvaii, trans
Caucasus, savs flrln between Tarlais
and Armenians look dace Sunday nf
ternoon In front of the governor u
eral's tiarterit nn I rh.it 11 few pers.m -were
killed. The troop soon (iic!led
the dlfturbtwue.
r In .'-tatde ann
Wc-'t ll-.iilr.iae
time turn there
ca -e of a child
e kidny i'ei re-
parents pro-
nrcil for :t Iman s Kidney l'liis ai nn.
if iM-in l'harmucv. and Ihc trcat-
ro-nt. accoidini; td directions
aiitdren was coiiiufi ln ed. In
too to the limited control there
1 nslder ihle bu kaiaie. the complhvi-'
ions fu''.- proving that in sonic w.iv
he kidnevs were either weakened o
c-crexcited. Tin- treattviciit of Horn's:
Ahlney I'ills f.i slretiKthened the l:i'i-j
.i-vs tl'"t the iinnoyanee ce.i -ed."
I-'or ale be all dealer.", rrice. a
l'".ri 1-AI iliiurti fa., ruffiilo.
. V.. side aireuts tor tne 1 niieu 1
tali s.
Ilcmember tile nunic Doan's :mn
a'.e no oi her.
Xo matter liow larsc or how sni.ill
the book reipiired, w run imikc it for
von noil (funi'imlee sutlsfaclon. The
Mltcbiicr coinpaiiy.
Wliltcviisli Y"iir Clilcken House
With Halm's Jairelta White lime
veeps cut lice.
o. County of
strict Court.
Territory of Xew V.vy.it
I'.ernalillo. In the I
Xo. 6855.
Fred licnkler, I'laitit Iff,
V.s.
f. arena llenkler. Defendant.
To I.urena I'.cnklcr, d-'fendant In paid
cause.
You are hereby notified that 1 suit
has been filed In the above named dis
trict court by Fi cd lien klcr, as plaintiff.
gainst you as (h'feudanl, praylmr for
in alisolnle divorce upon ihe ir:'oun Is
of desertion on your part, anr that U'l-
lesi vou enter your appearance In sanl
e.iuse on or before the C t ll dnv of .No
vember. I'.ni5, jiidement by def uilt will
rend-red anainst you and relief
jrau'eil as prayeu inrjiii sain coni-
idillit. l'lalnlllT's iitlorn-y is .101111 ll.
tliiule, whose adili'css Is A lliuoncrnue
X M W. K. I 'AM K, Clerk.
Ful! of Comfort
and Pleasure
Thp Callfurnia
Book:
Limited Ixg
I have traveled over many rail
roads and have failed to find
one equal to the "Santa Fs"
Without doubt the California
Limited Is the most luxurious
train In the world. The service
Is excellent In every respect, nnd
the attentions and courtesy
flinwn by the employes Is must
gentlemanly. A trip to California
via the Santa Fe is one. that
should he lonir remembered;
and it is of both comfort
and pleasure. -KD. I,. LYCALT,
2S South Twenty-first street,
Philadelphia, l'a.
SAM TA FE 13 THE WAY
Scoii's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A's
A POSITIVE CURE
or Inilduarmtlnn orCntnrrtinf
lie blori-iiT 'el Pí-"-i-m1 Kiit-
r, rfm B ,'0 CURE 11 ) PAT. Cure
. tí -ni- i.l muí
a u ....
K 4J
WtirHt (KM'H
www nt'iit y
jiirrtioo
Wo
(' f.mí lt :. uu uiattt r oí liovt
Inur tantliHí. A V t I u t t i y
ji'.tTtrils fp. t'-'I'l í-y drntintu.
M or by niitil, post
TKE SANTAL-PEPSIH CO.
L.'Ilí-Juntiins. Ohio.
Ti. vi .7
i''t virsí.
B. UCl'l'E. A&tit foi AJbuniiertjiia
WE FEEL SURE
Albuquerque, N.H.
Of onr ability to liantlle your
banking business to your
ratisfaction. We shall be ad
of an opportunity to talk
with you 1
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ai mj
mm
Our Yardis the Rihl One
for LtTMBKU, IATH, SinXGLFüs et,
r!ieu yon call at C. G. BALDIUIKHSTf
well Btorlird IiwiiImt yard, ne crrle
bl) stHlt of Windows. Ooors. InlotA
fiils. liruslirs, Cntcr.t, HuildlJig iMpet,
rto.
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405 S. f'rsl Streei
1
The Denver & Rio Grande System
THÍ CtNG LINK OF THS WCLO.
Rhortet snil Qnlckeet Une from BnU Fe lo IKnver, Coloriwio prtnt
Pueblo, CHppto Creek. Canon CU. Rlii-, UiwlrSUe, GlenwrKMl
BpHngs. Ormud ,'utM-tl.n. Daraiuo, Bflverton, iy:ju.'10. Oi jrlo, n4
kew nm SERVICE
Betwsn BU Fs and Altmim, Coir. whr eot.uKÜa tí msl
wlta Undard (uaf traína for all points atut, and affords pues.neer
ta adraatac f steppln j-ers st Penrr, Calorado Bpv1s or l'ubi
THE DENVER & RIO GUARDE RAILROAD COfiPAMY
Carrf ón thlr aUndard au traína BUndard rulltnan and Toarial
Blptr, Wnlnf Car and Chair Cart, andl Ut pular muta ta all
palnta in Colorado.
If we don't do your hauling
we both lose money
G. M. BACCUS, Prop.
S.T.Vann.O.D.
i:vi:sk;i it spkcialist
President of
New Mexico
Optometry.
Board of
First established optician In New
Mexico. Glasses fitted for poor sltrht
headache and nervous strain. Office
Room t), Whiting1 Plock. Apjioint-
laouts made at Vann's Drug Store
' 1 BL.
The First National Bank will rent you a Safe lcposlt Box for $2.50
a year and up. Call and let us explain the system.
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WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
BETWEEN
E'COND THIRD STREETS
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'PHESE cool mornings suggest warm under-
wear; the subject of UnderWear naturally
suggests S6e Globe Store as the place to pro-
Z cure the best made at prices asked for inferior
goods sold elsewhere.
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MENTOR
COMFORT UNDERWEAR
Mentor Underwear
for ladies and children is the most healthful as
well as comfortable underwearhealthful be
cause Mentor material is very absorbent, tak-
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J body uniformly warm comfortable because it Sí
J is soit, smooth, warm, and non-irritating. v ot
t Absolute fit no shrinking, and long wear is
guaranteed. Union and Two-Piece Suits. You are urged to call at
&he Gfobc Store and examine these garments.
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In Gentlemen's Furnishings we have just, received a special make of
Elegant W hite Shirts
Bodies of Wamsutta muslin, bosoms of 2200 linen, perfect
fitting and guaranteed in every particular or money refunded .
regular $1.50 value, V
Our Price: $1.00 each
Shields' Guaranteed Hats. ..
For Uluatrated advertlalni mattvt an J furtlitr partkmUra kiily or
aJJrtM, . JL. DOOPKn,
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a a Ranvirv rniin p.unnnw Jlrt.. Kinii Fa N. M.
S Underwear in all grades union and two-piece suits. We make a
S specialty of Coat Shirts, Corliss, Coon & Co. quarter-sized collars, and
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Look for the Big Globe Sign
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