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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. Thursday, January II, 1(106. ES" n CLASSIFIED ADVffiTISEMENTS AIX CLASSIFIED Ali VEHTISEMENTS PAYABLE DT ADVANCE ORDERS VOTE ON LIOS 1 BONO ISSUE 10 CONSISTED OF BUY WATER PLANT ONLY HOT I City Council Getting Down Sold Imaginary Animals for to Business. the Som oí $175. i - i rnUPAWVC DCDDCCCMTATIWCC' PUADHCn DV 1 1 T C I HQ WITH wvmi nn i o iili iiLOLiiiniiiLO vnnnuLU u i ili lluj ? t i i i i SAY THEY ARE NOT PEDDLING GETTING MONEY FRAUDULENTLY The city council at a special mee' lug last r.ight decided in snoiiii: t a vols of the peopli of Albuquerque the proposition to Issue bunds for the pur 8 base ' f the plant of the Water Sup ply company. The recial meeting of Ihe council aa ordered for the purpose of hearing the report of the i on -m;ttee apidnted for the purpose if Investí illng the possible purcii is ' Of the plant. The report of the com mttee. which was rather vigu- v.i .is follows: "We. your committee, beg leave ' m.ik" tlie following report: In our optqli n we think that the plant can be poMhue I for $300.000. The city water company don't set a price on tlielr plant, but from the expression! i-t their VieWS, we ure satisfied thai the plant can be bought for Í30D.O0U. TMoilAS N. WILKERSON. THOM AS I8HEKWO l. I-Ot'IS ILFEL.D." The report was received and ordei e.l filed and then ensued ati hour and a h i If of discussion. Alderman Olllcnwater addressed thi council brletly and stated .is a in. i of the water company In- had always triad to meet the rity half way; thai the Water company hud asked fot ai extension of the fram hlse m vera! mouths no, but that the city ha I had take') up the question of munli i pil ownership and bad appointed ai exrerl to look over the plant of tli Water Bupetly company wth u view t i ascertain Its condition; and that tin water company had stood h i!f of the expense, which was $625. He stated that wlnt was wanted at this time was nn cxpresion from the council. If they wanted to buy the wat. i plan' the company would try and agree on a price. If they did n it want to buj th' plant of 'he water company woul I ask th tt the council take up the fran chise nnd dispose of it. A. It. Mc.Mlllcn. the attorney, wre a Is. i Interested in the water con p.my. addressTl the council. He sal lh.it tin company was not eddlltiK the plant, but If the council wanted to buy It. they would maki i price; If they did not. then Hip fran 'his question should . i i U-n up. He said tint the plan) ruir."I extensión ral 1 other nee ess try ri pall . Alderman Wilkerson stated Dial fo: the pur pos; of getting the qucstlci brfori' tin house he v. mild it: I;, tii following motion: 'That the fit j council submit to the people of tli city, the issuance of bonds in .'. amount to be hereafter fixed for th purchase of the plant of th. Wad Supply company, Then Aldermen Harrison and llfeld took a hand in the discussion. Alder nan llfeld wanted to issu. a ill í bids. Aide man Harrison wanted amendment lacked on to. the motln . of Alderman Wlfkerso i, or to i new plant," but both amendment were voted down and tie- orlli il no., lion of Alderman Wilkerson rarrle i Alderman Harrison ai l A ma Glllenwater gol into Hv over the Question. Harrison st it' ' that Iti his opinion the present oh Of the Wilier , omp II I I i tors, and Olllenwuter .'ai l th of 'he city of Albuquerque, in I opinion, were well able I tike of themselves ami did 'ml nei d the dermsun from the Fourth fm , :-; , i He also Intimated that In other than hi company been able i get hold of the watei . .imp.i.ii thr they would not he cla ul tors. A molían wis finally mi I Journ and carried, though there some in the council who wanted t dispose of the water question Hn-il Mayor McKce ami Aide',,,. - u er. Wilkerson. llfeld, Harrison l nard, Ishcrwimd and Glllenu it . present. Alderman H mley ti sent. Louis and Nou llfeld of this city. comprising the Arm of llfeld Broa. erday Sled a complaint and caused a warrant to be issued for the arrest ..f one vida! Chavea, of Ranchea de U risco, fo.- obtaining money under fa Is? pretenses. There are three oounl in the charge! and they are nil similar in nature. The warrant was .n out In the court of Justice Qeorge R. Craig and an officer was i i last night to arrest fhavez and bring hllB Into court, when the cas- will he set for hearing. CMaVea, the complaint alleges, sold to llfeld Uros, on the 34th day of July, l!'0á. one hundred wether lambs for tín Rttm of $17.", and when the Messrs, 1 1 f Id sent a man out the othi r das l o the lambs they found that the lambs did not exist. Accordingly a 'arrant was eaueed to be issued. Cha vez is an old timer III this section of New Mexico. if yost mi cd Hcotclden. a carpenter iclcphoni- tton't Swear, Mr. Conductor. When your train hook goes in ! pieces. del one of our full leather! covers and your book will stay in good shape until used up, lilchener audi Lithgow, bookbinders at the Morning! Journal office. SMOKE CIO lit 8. 1 CINTILLO," II A V . ill ssia's new bonds. t ( Imperial It iriK V eep'- Them to mount of $115,000,000. London, Jan. In. A dispatch from st. I'et rsburg u the kixchange Telc gra h i'o. si ttes that it is understood lie imperial Bank iiis accepted t'te new short-term government bonds lo he am unit i f 1126,000,006. The re in tinder of the issue. 176,000,000, will Issu 'd abroad. Financiers believe. undent says, that the strain rial II 'iik will leriouity af. illation of money. Ihe coi on the f (Cl th FINANCE Ai COMMERCE N iw furthet the dt. dbtposll more i i losing An. il:; Wall Street, rk, Jan. 10. There was ntraction in the activity ft in sto, ks today and t to take prOfltS ivas tVi ly manifest than yesterds pper Anacond i Atchla n do j i efe '. el New jersey i (entra! . Cltl 111 eake A I Ihio I t. Pi ll, I tig Pour Colorado & Mi III Me l' St. preferred tithern . . erred , . referred. nn ivanl i I.i ,:i San Flam sen. see- on.! preferred 8 lUtfc. :n Pacific tinten PaciUc Unit I Slates Steel do .referred Westi n Union United states Bonds ftcfui ling 8'S, registered ah Stftmni'li Troubles and Cmitltnf "Chamberlain's Stomach and l.ivi i Tablets are the best thing for st mi troubles and constipation I havi sold.' siya J. R. Cullman, a riiuggi. of Pottervllle. Mil h Tie to take and always privo -I tell my a ' imers to try th i i ,n. 1 if not satisfactory to miiie l i get th'dr money, but h ive nev. i had complalnt. Tor sale by all In. New do gist I's. ii lister id . OUpull i'd. 235 ,, m lull', 223 H r.i, 1 8 , lull a, 318Í, 18 i 16 124 ft linn, 163 H I ', r.4', j S7J 97 4.; 107 tiH 102',, lii'J 102 U 101 i io vj 130' Say. Mr. Merchant Do you know we make blank hno'.s. Install Umw leaf ledger i do all kinds of special rulings l.el i show you what we can do. Mil A Lithgow, r.t the Journal oft Io yon want to pf Into liu Iness Kmall capital riipi red. Sec Mi ,. oi ilen. the Kxcliangc man. 3il S nr.. a .' way. bK'M' I eat I I : I - are popular because tiny an ' ; dexlng. Carry all live accounts o waste space. No transferring counts. Cheaper than bound l I the long run. Mltchner Hligow make them to suit your busi tho Journal office. Í Small Holding Chthw No, 331.) Notiie for Piibllcailon. Depart ment of Ihe Interior I'nlte.l Stales Land Offlie. San! i I N M January 3. 10 , . . , , Notii e I herebv given that Hi- fol lowing named claimant hns hied no tice of hi" Intention lo make Ami proof In suiitiort of his claim und"r sectiotiH 16 and 17 of the act ol Mm I I H91 126 Stats.. 864). as amended by the act of February 21. 193. (::', Stals. 470. and that said proof v. n be made before V, .4. Court Commis sioner at San It ifael, N. M on Feb. t I SOU vis: Juana S. de Vállelos, widow of Jose Vállelos. fr the lot I. see. 20, and lot 2. sei s. 16 and IT. T. 10 N , ft 7 V She names the following witnesses to prove her actual continuous advere possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the survey of the township, vis: Oorgonlo FTguero'i of (?ulKro. N. M ; Pablo l.ueero. of Cubero. N. M.: Hnutlsta Baca, of Cu bero. N. M.: Juan D. Martinet, ,,: Cubero. N. M, Anv rxrson who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of anv substantial reason under the law and regulations of th Interior Department why such prool should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above mention ed time and place to croas examine the witnesses of said clnlmsnt. and to offer evidence In rebuttal of that sub mitted by claimant. JaANl'iX H UTERO. Ueglsler. ' "ll , IV III I li II ( ll.Ut- nn- Metals. Ns l York, Jan. 10. Copper was lowe: In the Kngllsh market, closing it 173 13s Bd for spot ami i',j for fu "ii Locally the marks! was un hsn i. Lake and electrolytic are 'not. I at SIS.T.'fii lft.liO; casting, at SI8.; . I 'j 'ii 1!(.S7 . i was ii.- 3d lower at 1". in i. nú in. Locally the rnarkel vas un- han;ei with qtintaations ranging from $3.C to 6.00. Bp iRer advanced to 29 as in the Load Ml market, but remained un I at 86.50 ft 6,60 locally. Btl er. 65 c. Mesti an dollars. 50 Vic. lileago I luí i id of TYihIc Chi. ago, Jan. 10. Notwithstanding hulhsii news the wheat market here toda was inclined to be weak, final ',ii d itlons on the May delivery being off V After May had opened un- haiisp d to a shade lower at S7 to , i . the price was hid up to 18V before offerings were made In in greal volume. After a decline to a '4c. the market closed fairly st fidy at S7 4c. M iv corn opened at 1 1 c to 4 4 ft ti t'e. sold cp t . 15 41 '(,! and closed Jt 4 5c. May oats opined at 32ftic to 32c. sold off to 32'ftVcand loaed at 32 " (Tik'ngo l.licstock. Chicago. Jan. 10. Cattle ri Ipts. ;8.00O; -tiaike' steady to 10 lower. Ileee,.,, 6,-,4 r,.50; cows Mild belters. 3l.60ff4.76; stockers and feeders, I " i 1.86; Tex ins. IS.r.Oii 4.25. : li ep rece Ip ta 22.000 ; market, lletdy. She.p. $4.0W6.10; lambs, 8S.60OI.00. HI. Louis Wool. SI. Louis. Jan. 10. Wool markc. st- idy; unchanged. Kairnux "II jr LiveetOCk. Kansas City. Jan. 10.- Cittle re- clpts. 4.000, Indudlng 400 - In rn market steady. Native steers. 38.00 1,10 southern steers. 32.264.7i': siulhern cows. 32.0004.6''; native cow and heifers. 32.000 6. 00; Stock ier and feeders. 83. OOfi 1 ill; bulls. ! Í2.25II 8.90; calves. 33.004( 7.00; wes llirn fed steers. 83.6041 5.00, western fed cows. 3S.3604.76. Sheep receipts. 5.000. market. I steady. Muttons, 34.504 a. 00: lamh 86.604 7.60; range wethers. 85.&OÍ1 .6. fed ewes. 14.60 'a 5.60. Call Money Market. New Tork. Jan. 10. Monev on ill. II (J COLD WEATHER SNAPS If anyone in Albuquerque thinks the winter is over, they have another thought coming. Of all the winters New Mexico ever had the present beats the oldest inhabitant. Anticipating a continuace of the present erratic movements of the weather clerk THE GLOBE STORE has prepared to furnish its friends and customers with a few genuine bargains in real winter goods, and asks an inspection of the goods and prices here quoted. MEN'S FURNISHINGS In this departtnent v.c have several hmkeii lines that will have to go to make room for Ipfftlg goods which will soon arrive. They are real bargains and the goods are just the thing for this sort of weather. .Men's Undershirts, fleeced cotton, ribbed finished neck, pearl buttons; a garment Tiai never before sold for less than 50 cents. Onr regular price lOfi Men's Heavy Cotton Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, black in color: sold, every where for $1.00 a suit. Our regular price, per suit 50( Men's Wool ami Lisle Worsted Shirts and Drawers, garments that are good enough for any one to wear, and have never heen sold for less than $-'.50 a suit. Our price. ier suit $1.50 Men's Camel Hair Shirts and Drawers, Only a Fe vvsuits in stock; regular 75 cent goods. Our price, per garment .35 Men's All-woo! Scarlet Shirts and Drawers, medicated and finely finished worth is3.ro 3 suit 01 anv mans money. Our price, per suit .. $1 50 In the Underwear Department we have other bargains that will pay you to look at. The quality is the lest, hut we must have the r om for new goods. Come in and take advantage of an unusual opportunity. OVERALLS Here is where we shine for the reason thai it is necessary to close out several lines, and to (In that prices will not he considered to any great extent. Think of a full suit for 50. or if von do not want that, regular 75-cent goods for 50 cr garments (jumpers or Of overalls). Don't overlook anything on this proposition : our hiss is your gain. Men's Corduroy Trousers, extra heavy, cut ! fit, and sewed to stay; always sold for $3.00 the pair. Our price, if your size is in stock, is $1.05 Ladies' Muslin Underwear We have a few of the numbers in Lad wee!; and still hold BTOOd, When the: Muslin Underwear left Prices were quoted last 1 "ii-mmil s! ktirfl 'ill Iwum ,1,1 iit it it'ill 1w t 1 1 1 1 , , .. 1 ! , 1 1 J' " M I . il I I v I 1 I 1 1 . - tillli-IILD IIU1L till I I v v 'I 1 ' l ii" Ik If If) ' ' sis 1 to replace them at any where near the price we are asking at this time. Just take a look at the Corset Covers we are Belling at 5c, 15c afld 20C5 they cannot be duplicated in the city for twice the monev. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! Our new goods for the Spring of I9p6 are comtttg in and w e are prepared to place before our customers the best selected and highest grade of Shoes ever brought to Xew Mexico. No matter for what purpose the shoes are wanted or the price the purchaser can afford to pay. our stock will meet every requirement. Wool Blankets and Cold Weather Comforts The nights will he Somewhat chilly for several weeks yet. and if your stock tit Comforts and Blankets is running low now is a good time to replenish. Do not pay fancy prices for these goods, it is not necessary. Our stock was hought before the great rise in prices, and pur chasers will be given the benefit of early purchases. Ladies' and Children's Knit Underskirts Fot" these cold days there is nothing nicer nor more comfortable than Knit Underskirts for Ladies and Children. Our stock of these goods is large and the assortment is complete. The few prices : , . Misses' Worsted Knit Skirt, knee-length, shiped waist, assorted colors, some thing honest and durable, each 50 Misses' Extra Heavy Worsted Knit Skirts, knee length. sh;i)cd waist ami adjustable, each 75f adies' Ml-Wool Knit Skirts, three- niarter leneth, shaped waist. Mad; and colors, a garment that will please all, each flTS Ladies' Worsted Knit Skirts, three quarter length, shaped waist, assorted colors, each 50 Ladies' All-Wool Knit Skirts, three quarter length, shaed waist, silk finished ruffle, beautifully finished, each 92.00 Ladies' Silk and Wool Knit Skirts, three-quarter length, shaped waist, as sorted colors, with assorted colored flounces, an elegant garment, each. S?2. 50 We have many other styles and kinds for lxth children ami lathes that are selling at corre spondingly low prices, and your inspection of these goods is requested. REMEMBER THE BIG GLOBE SIGN On W est Railroad Avenue marks the entrance to Alhuqtierque's newest and most up-to-date Div (ioods Store, where quahtv and rc'abili'.v arc the essentials to all transactions. Y tir my back when wanted. sÍi WAX WANTED All kinds of first-class 1 typewriting and stenographic work by Miss Blackall at the Alvarado, to 5 p. m. J21 UNION WANTED Good driving horse, buggv and harness. J. B. D., Journal office. j 1 2 I WANTED Pupils In Spanish. Prof. Montoya, 220 North High street, tf j WANTED (ilrl 14 or IB years old to assist with housework. 613 South Second stree tf j WANTED A girl for housework. ! Apply 316 South Third st. tf WANTED Sewing by experienced dressmaker, 109 North Walter. Old phone 180. tf WANTED Woman for general housework. Apply 906 West Railroad avenue. tf WANTED If you want to buy. soil 1 or exchange anything, talk with E. I.. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway, tf WANTED To exchange a gool $1,800 business for city property. F. L. McSpi i ilde n . 300 StiuthBroadway, FOR SAIiIi. 1 FOR SAKE Oi: IIK.M On easy terms, the best fruit, market garden and pasture ranch in New Mexico. A. B., Journal office. tf FOR SALE Extension dining room table cheap. 121 South Edith. j!2 PERSONAL PIWPBRTy yjpANS.. Money to Loan On Furniture. Pianos. Organs, Horses. Wagons and other Chattels; also on salaries and warehouse recelnts. as low as 310.00 and as high as $200.00. Loans are aulcklv made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods to remain In your possession. Our rates are reasonable. Call and see us before borrowing. Steamshin tickets to and from all parts of the world. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.. Rooms 3 -nd 4. Grant Bldg. PRIVATE OFFICES. OPEN EVENINGS. 305 West Railroad Avenar. $4,000 TO LOAN on good real estate, at 8 ner cent. P. O. Box 218. FOR SALE Saddle and driving horses, buggies, wagons and harness. Highland Livery Barn, 112 John st. J12 FOR SALÉ RemingtoiTtypewrlter. Parker "Goose Gun," Winchester 38 36, Itullard and Eastman cameras. Room ti N. T. Armijo Bldg. Jll FOR SALE One four burner Jewel gasoline stovo with oven, In first Class condition, at a bargain. 408 Soutli Amo. J12 FOR SALE A good, well-broken pony, with saddle and bridle. Will be sold cheap. Address Colorado phone 92-2. l-KUi'.fc5lliiAL. PHYSICIANS. Dlt. R. L. Ill 1ST Room 6-8. N. T. Arlmlto Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with High Fre quency Electrical Current and Germi cide. Treatments given from 8 a. m. to 4 p. tn. Trained nurse in attendance. Both 'phones. DR. J. D. NCSBAUM Practice limited to diseases of the Ear. Nose. Throat and Lungs. Rooms 14 and 15 Grant block. Of flie hours, 8 to 10 a. m 3 to 5 p. rn. Telephones, Colorado 154. Auto. 272. DR. C "H. CONNER Osteopathic. Physician and Surgeon. All discuses sucessfully treated. Office, the Burnett Building. Hours: !i to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 v. m. Both Telephones. FOR 5X3 E Two lots oñ iron ave nue, neir Hill street, $150 each. One lot on Hill Street near Coal avenue. tir. B. X. Wilson. Room 2, Arrollo bttitdin tí FOR SALE Property in all sections of the city at reasonable prices and easy terms; it will pay you to see nv before buying. F. If. Morgan, 116 West Coal ave. JU TOR SALE. Four loS on North Fourth street, the only uts left op posite the park. O. W. Strong's Sons. FOR SALE 10-rooni residence on North Fourth St., lot 75x142. at a bar gain. If sold at on ce. P. O. Box 333. tf FOIt SALE OR TRADE. Arc you interested In mines. I have sonic s.ild to he ond deals. Talk with me. T. M. Snaililen. .1(10 S. Broadway. tf L FOIt SALE- 1 have some good val ues in residence property. See me he fcre you buy. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South BroaJway. t f FOR SALE. FOR SALE. 5-room brick house, new with 8 lots, $2.100. Rankin A Co., room 10 Armijo bldg. tf DR. J. II. WROTH Physician and Surgeon. Albuquerque, N. M. OR. J. E. BRONSON Homeopathic. Physician and Surgeon. Room 17 Whiting Block. DR. W. G. ÍHADRAOH Practice Limited Eve. Ear. Nose. Throat. Oculist and Aurist for Santa Fe coast lines. Office 313 V, W. Railroad av. Hours 9 to 12 a. tn. . 1 . 3 0tp 6p.ni.. PROFESSIONAL M ESE MISS RUTH E. MILLBTTE Professional Nurse. Swedish Massage. Manual Movements. ! I'hotophoria and Hvdrlatic Treat 1 nients, .such as Vapor Baths. Salt '.lows. Fomentations, Hot and Cold to the Spine, and Cold Mitten Friction. given at Room 40. Burnett building. by Miss Ruth E. Millette. graduate iiursg from Rattle CreekSaniturluni. OENTISTtj. I BSTT E. KRAFT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 15 and 1fi Grant Block, over i the Golden Rule Dry Goods company. Automatic Phone 273; Colorado. 164. ! E. J. ÁLGÉR. D. D. 8. ' Offices: ArlmiJo block, opposite Gol Iden Rule. Office hours. 8:?1 a. m. to I 12:30 n. m.: 1:20 to 5 p. m. Auto i matte telephone 462. Appointments i mude by mall. j DR. L. E. ERVIN Dentist. Auto Phone 691. Rooms 21 and 22 Harnett Building. l'OR RENT. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping; no Invalids. I ! 3 West Silvr. jl 2 FOR RENT Room in modern house with board. 124 South Edith SJ rcct. J15 ' FOR RENT- Furnished room in modem house, suitable tot two gentles nu n. No invalids. 713 West Silver, tf FOR RENT a" large sunny front room with all modern convenience s on ground floor. Apply 100 North Walter street. tf FOR RENT Pleasant modern rooms, home cooking. Casa de Oro. J15 FOR RENT ideal chicken ranch, one hour's drive from town, at Ala meda. Apply W'. A. Brown, Alame da, N. M. J16 ATTORNEYS. R W. D. BRYAN Attorney at Law. Offl.-e In First National bank bulld Ina. Albuoue tflue. H. at. ARCHITECTS. F. W. SPENCER V. O. WALLING FORD Architects. Rooms 46 ar.i 7. Harnett Building. Roth 'Phone,:. FOR RENT One 3-room house, furnished or unfurnished. Call 110 West Coal avenue. tf " FOR RENT Furnished rooms with bath, 512 North Second street. FOR-r7ÉÑT-Two furnished front rooms for gentlemen only. No inval Ids need apply. Enquire 51'5 S.mth Arno. tf " FOR-RENT Furnished room, all ciinvciilcncis; board If desired. 115 North Second st. 1t FOR RENT January 1, modsrn s nuim house; Inquire nt 220 North 7th St., or 'pilone Auto 436 tf FOR RENT Modern room fur nished. 724 South Second st. tf LADIES TAILORING. M."l)AME GROSS OF NEW YORK Dear Ladies 1 am here to spend an unliir '' -il amount of money tonpen as fine a custom tailoring establish ment as vnu will find west of New York. Call and place vour orders he- i fore lh rur.li. Satisfaction guaranteed. Railroad Avenue, over Ilfeld's. I ..Rgp.rn2,6. ! INI ) El tXAKJR S. A. BORDERS City Undertaker. Black or white hearse, $5.00. Com mercial Club Building. Auto telephone. 310; Colorado, red 115. Albuquerque, New Mexico. FOR RENT Apartments in Park View Terrace, eight rooms each, mod ern equipment throughout. H. H. Til ton, room 19. Grant Block: tf (H. E. No. 4.823.) Notice for Publication j Department of the Interior. Land Of fice at Santa Fe. "N. M.. January 2. ! Notice is hereby given that the fol- lowing hathéd settler has field notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that the said proof will be made before the probate clerk al AlbuquerqUSv New Mexico, on February r,. 1!)06. viz: Charles Whlt I ing. of Bernalillo county. New Mexico, for the S. E. V. Sec. 23. T. 10 N.. R. 3 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Ifurrv T. Johnson, Mrs. Lucila A. Brown, Louis Gutman. James E. Elder, nil of Albuquerque, New Mex. MANTEL It. i iTERi i. Register. bakeries: BREAD. PIES AND CAKES DE iivured to anv part of the city, wed ding cakes a specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. S. N. Balling. Pioneer Bakery. 207. South First street. , . "LOST. ; LOST Watch charm. $3.00 gold piece, date 1874. Liberal reward. Rc turn lo fia y Clerk at Alvarado. J13 our blankets and plush robes at cost as long as they last. Albuquerque Carriage Co. (Small Holding Claim No. 305.) Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. United Minies Land Office. Santa re. N. M.. January 3. lpl. Notice is herebv given that the fol lowing named claimant lias filed no tice of his intention to make fin 1 1 proof in support of his claim under -ections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3 1K91 (2(i Stats.. S54). as amended bv the act of February 21. 1893. 127 tats.. 470). and that said proof will be made before 1'. S. Court Commis sioner n Ban Rafael. N. M.. on Feb. 9. 1906 viz: Mrs. Francisca Sarracino, widow of Francisco Sarracino, de ( eased, for Ihe lots 1 and 2. sec. 20. lot 8. sec. 17. lots 4 and 5. sees 16 ilnd 17. T. 10 S.. It. 7 W. She n uiles the following witnesses to prove her actual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twenty ecus .next preceding the survey of Ihe township, viz: Oorgonlo Flgueroa. of Cubero, V M . : Pablo Lucero, of Cubero. N. M.: Jose Anastaclo Catvde llarta, Of Cubero. N. M.; Juan I). Mar tinez, of Cubero, N. M. Anv person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of anv substantial reason under the laws and regulations of the Interior Department whv such proof should no) be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above mention ed time and placo to cross examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal of that sub iii i 1 1 -l by claimant. MANUEL It. OTERO. Register. B. F. COPP, D. D. S. Room 12, tt. T. Armijo Building A. FLEISCHER Real Estate and Loans, Fire Insurance. Surety Bonds. I3SH South Second Street. Automatic 'Pliono 328. FOR SALE. $2,600 5-room brick cottage, bath, electric lights, barn, corner lot, BOX 142; N. Second street. $1.150 4-room frume cottage, N. 1st St.: lot 50x142, trees, sidewalk; $500 cash, balance on time. $2.600 7-room, 2-story, frame dwell ing, bath, trees, windmill; S. Edith street. $1,300 4-room frame, new, barn, shade trees, city water, high loca tion. $2,000 C-room frame cottage, bath, etc.; S. Arno street. $1,100 4-room frame cottage, bath, lectrlc lights, close In. $6,500 4 double houses, close In, In come $80 per month; a good Invest ment. Half cash, balance on time at 8 per cent. Some good business properties for sale. $1,600 New 5-room frame cottage, wi ll built, near shnpa; easy pay ments. $3.300 9-room, 2-story brick, suita ble for rooming or boarding house on Highlands. $2.600 6-room frame, bath, electrlo lights, trees, shrubbery, lot 70x142. Fourth ward. $3,500 7-room frame cottage, elegant residence. West Tijeras ave. 31.300 6-room frame, near shops. 81,200 4-room frame cottage; new; North Eighth St.; easy terms. $3,000 7-room, two-story, modern brick dwelling; bath; gas; electrlo lights; barn. $3,800 5-room brick cottage; modern well built; largo cellar; good barn; trees and lawn; line location. West Tijeras road. $2,700 6-room frnme dwelling with modern conveniences; well built. 8. Arno st. $2,300 5-room frame cottage; mod ern conveniences, trees and shrub bery, corner, lot. 80x142. $1,000 6-riKim frame cottage; trees and shrubbery: near shops, Monev IO Loan on Good Real Estate at Irfiw Rutes of Interest. mhti BY ALL DK.tLKKS