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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1909.
5 Bit LIVESTOCK OBJECT LESSON IN LOSS IN EASTERN NEW BO INDIAN LABOR IN SEATTLE WINDS DRY UP WATER HOLES IN FEW HOURS Thousands of Cattle Shipped Out of Territory; Quarter o a Million Ewes Brought to Alfalfa Fields, Special Cnrreaiaindrnea l Marninx Jeuraal lli.swi-ll. -S". M.. Ynv 7. --William lYnn Anderson, traveling livestock arciit I'm" the Pecos valley lines jf the Santa Fu system, who Is in thor ough touch witn tivcstocK interests lie-ol'dinut II.'.' southw, st, i.s lime t - day In conference with several proml iM'ii' cattlemen and northern cattl. , , tilers n lutivc to the movement til tattle In Kansas and tin- northwest 'y,i i,ie .Morning Journal corresponden he tli! : The R' ner;i t pinion of the entu men tributary to the 1'eeos valley lia nn1 iilimg the Tcxaa Pacific railroad eom lirios Un reto Is. that only a small er lenttun of the rattle or: li.t rinses f cu Id le fiathered until li.i rt is rain enough to supply stock water Thus lar there have been no concerted ruunil-ups. What cattle have been brought together have been found iir.nnid the water holes and wind mills About 1.000 cars have been shipped out of and through the valley, out at about 3,000 cars ordered. Many ol die car orders cancelled for Kansas pastures will find lodgment In tin Panhandle of I t-xas and other sec- lions later on 111 the pennon. "The losses on cows will be extreme ly limit In localities where water Is liiost abundant, from the fact that such ranges are being overcrowded wiih cattle from sections where atoen water has dried up . Ranges out of the valley, in the hills and mountains, where water i.s procurable, present cattle conditions up to the overate of other seasons. There seems to have been plenty of winter feed timi Hie inesitilte foliage now makes goon browsing. "In many cases where contracts for delivery could not bo fulfilled, satis factory adjustment has been made be tween buyer and seller by the refund of the forfeit money. "Longer drouths have been known, but no other period do I remember of such atmospheric disturbances, th gyrations of wind which seem to have lilted the water almost in a night oui of water lióles never nown to go dry before, this occuring always when un usual storms and cyclones have been reported eleswhere. The had situa tion left by these drying w inds was re herid somewhat In the upper Panhan dle of Texas and adjoining New Mex ico bv lb'ht snows In the after part of the winter. "In the many years of my exper ience in tile southwest I never before raw ns many ewes brought to alfalfa pasture for lambing as at this time The number brought to the vicinity oi eht I "ecos valley lines will run close to a finarter million: and even with that precaution the mortality to ewes and lambs has been exceedingly great. I know some breeders w ho lost money per centum of their lambs. However, there are a few w ho came In early and had good feed and plenty of water who have results up to the highest average." SPLENDID EXHIBIT BY CHARLES B, DAGENETTE Beautiful Pictures Which Speak Louder Than Words Will Also Be Exhibited at Educational Meet In Denver, Many weak, nervous women have been restored to health by Foley's Kidney Remedy ns it stimulates the kidneys so they will eliminate the tisle nialtcr from the blood. Im purities depress the nerves, eausfng nervous exhaustion and other ail ments. Commence today and you will soon he well. Pleasant to take. J. 11. U'Kiclly Co. One hundred splendid photograph!. views showlnir the western Indian at work for Uncle Sam in a dozen states and territories gathered and arranged by Charles Dagenette, supervisor of Indian employment for the govern meat wlth-offlces In Albuquerque will be exhibited either In the Liberal Arts building or the federal building at the Alaska-i ukon-Pacific exposition in Seattle. The views will also be ex hibited at tip' meeting of the National Kducational association in Denver next July. The collodion Is a must impres sive demonstration of what the w. 'St ern and southwestern Indian Is doing for himself, the millions of dollars he earning and the undying monu ment he is raising for himself In the great Irrigation works on which he is being chiefly employed. The views are all bromide enlargements from photographs gathered by Mr. Dngc- nettc while supervising the work of the Indians for the government all over the west. Aside from their ar tistic merit and they are all w orks of art the pictures show the Indian In every phase of the varying; employ ment in which he has shown himself to be one of the greatest industrial factors In the west. The views are mounted on hoards about four feet square, each having a placard with the legend "Department of the Interior, Pan-ran of Indian Km ploymont," with each view numbered to correspond with a printed explana tion. Ten minutes spent In looking over this exhibit and .'elding the ac companying Information will tell a man more or what the Indians! I the west are doing and Inci.l.nln II y rive him more information on the work of he reclamation service than reading a whole library, To pictures show the Indians n! work on irrigation projects and other nterpiises. in the beet and cotton fields. In New Mexico, Arizona. Cali fornia. Colorado, Texas, Utah, Idaho. Montuna, Washington. Oregon, the Dakotas and practically every state ind territory of the west There are! negado Utes who it was declared.; would never work for anyone; I'.lnck- feet. Shoshones, Nez Perots, Sioux. 'heyennes. Arapahoes, Papagocs. Pu bios. Apaches. Navajos, Pimas. Crows and. In fai t, nearly every varktv of ted Man known to science. The pic ures show graphically the completed work on the great irrigation systems if the reclamation service Including the great Zunl dam In Western New Mexico, built practnally entirely by Indian labor. The arranging of the xhlbit Is not only a. distinct achieve ment for Mr. Dagenette, but will do more than anything else ever tittempt- 1 to show the people of the country that the Indian us a laborer Is making good and making millions of dollar in wages und earning his money. DUNBAR'S Ileal leíalo and Iioiin Office, 4orner Hold Avenue mid Third Mrfi l or 221 lioM . tenue. FOR RENT 5 rooms to rent over San Jose restaurant, 209 Central Ave. 5-rooin house at 211 S. Right . s' $20 3- story brick building In a fino location, good Tor hotel busi ness. fi-roum modern brick houso furnished. So. Third street $28 4- room frami ; So, llroadwav $12 Furnished rooms near in fo,r tight housekeeping; also tipto dato furnished room near in at very reasonable prices. FOR SALE 220 acres of land near the Uni versity; will sell apart or all at a bargain. 4 lots on West Coal avenue; corner Seventh St., fine loca tion. C-room house, 623 S. High street $18 Fine house on Central Ave. in Highlands; 7 rooms, mod ern, hot water, heat. Will sell furniture with the House. This property In a fine location. RANCHES 125 acres about S miles out on good road; improved partly with house and stable there on s.i.hiw 25 acres, 3 ' miles out, w ell Im provod Sl.HOO 15 acres, 2 ', miles out, unim proved $1.00 Four acres. miles from post office, with good house and outbuildings SH.non Two acres, with good lot, 80x ISO on South Hroiidvvay; land well improved in alfalfa. E. H. DUNBAR & SON Albuquerque, N. M. BARELAS SCHOOL ON BUSINESS BASIS Retiiiiif; Secretary of the Dis trict Submits Interesting Re port Showing Progress Made in School Work in Past Year, CLOSE INSPECTION OF THE FOREST LET US TRY Satisfaction guaranteed. The Compressed Air Douse Clean ing Company. Carpeta cleaned CLEAN on the floor, or No trouble, flirt dust R. S. DUNBAR HANAflKK PHONE 61 Dunbar's Real Estat Qfflca LEGAL NOTICES. District Forester Receives Com munication From Gifford Pin ch o t Giving Instructions for the Work, Mi re Ids Kelihe U'ltalltioii. rellriti!r ser- '"V of school ,llsti-i,t Yn r. P.m. ii limits the following cornual , - s"11 of the reports of the vear 1K07-OS with the year 1Ü0S-00 of his school district: The amounts paid for teachers. ÍI. ;'Mi in HniT-n mid 1..1.-,0 in 1308-09. iIik difference is accounted for by 'le r,(. that the Sisters opened a fi b,,,, I near Párelas and made it pos ''ble 1 or the public schools to get uo;ig with one teacher less. '"he salaries paid the teachers rc tnalti the same in both veurs. for janitors. $126. GO 'in 1S07-0S; 1 in ISOK-IW: for rent in 1 907-nS s - -'i und in $1908-0. I r. 0 ; for In 'i'b'iHals in 1 !t u 7 -U 8 $119.50. in 10S-'7- '"4.4I: f,,r coal in HI07-HH. $4: "Y for supplies in 19,- I 7 t ; 1 HllS-nu tun Mr. 1 1 I!.. . ..i, ...i i.. urn.! in -oil riere t, Through the establishment of six district headquarters in (lie West, the work of the forest service has ad vanced so far that it .': now possibb) to undertake n thorough-going exam ination of national forest boundaries and an Inquiry Into the character of any interior arias which may appenr to be not sultnble for national torest purposes. In a letter to the district forester in Albuquerque, Forester Pincho! says: "Plans formulated here last win ter and approved bv the seeretary of agriculture call for a systematic and complete going over of all national forest boundaries during the present field season. The wink which von have been constantly doing in this direction is along the right lines, but the plan adopted calls for more con centrated effort in this work through out the service during the coming summer. With the field force at vour command and your ( lose knowl edge of local conditions and of the national forest officers, you can so organize this effort in your district as to insure a thorough going over of vour part of the 60.000 miles of national forest boundaries by com petent men. w hose repoi ts as to the character of the land within and without the forests and whose recom mendations as to lands which should he excluded or included, che, ked by the information already possessed by the forest service, ran be relied on. "To do this work In one summer will make severe demands en you. but It Is not beyond the rapacity of the service, as now organized, please give it your best effort until the work is completed, and bear In mind especially that the quality of the work must be unimpeachable. "This work should all be completed bv the close of the present field sea son, und each district forester should at that time be able to vouch for the coireetness of the proposed hound- lanes of his rori'Stf. It. no ever. tin re aie changes recommended by examiners which you feel are ques tionable, such cases may go over for checking until the next field season, in order that no mistakes may be I made. Possible additions should be noted as eareiuiiy in ine six s,aii" where congressional action Is neces sary to érente additions u iorrsii us Iscwhr re. As ou know, the policy of the tnau. i soon uuinrecrant. na viep han alwavs neen tn ri-ujoe ltriMPr0,Wlon lnt disetse and odor, from the boundaries of a n ational M th. ,bdr" P'Pe nd "trips-aj well I forest all agricultural land, except. " rklblf Iiiuim. muí ,jk 'a. eonzres ele.-irlv intended, areas la.. Bmull Ihnl the' rOllt, , mote atteptably tittW First Published April :, 901. S-MAIiL HOLDING CLAIM Ku, 1623 .ot ( oal Land. Department of the Interior, I.and Of- riee at Santa Fe, N. Méx., April 20, 1909. I, Harbnra Hilarlo, admlnlst-atrlx and widow of Jose Hilarlo (deceased) of heama. M. Méx., who mndo filing ior .--mail Homing Claim No. 1623. situated in Valencia Co.. N. Méx.. be ing for the NK', section No. t, in township No. P N.t of rango No. 7 W., V Mex. meridian, do hereby give no tice of my intention to make final proof to establish my rlalm to the land above-described, under the act of March 3. 1S91 (2 Stats., 84). as amended by the act of February 21, 1893 Í27 Stats., 47), and that I ex pert to prove my continuous adverse possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the survey of the township, before I'. R. Comr. (leo. II Pradt, at Laguna, X. Méx., on June 10, 1909. by two of the following wit nesses: John Higl. David ITigl. George Tearia, Frank Slone, all of Scama, N. Mex. i ted tax. while in 1 907-03 mill' t t 1,7 ,.,.li,...,..H I he tiling ,, which the directors are jco-l especially proud is the fact tin' '' have been instrumental in pur ' 'as.iig and equipping a school hous "'d oi generally putting the school ""net ., business basis. Hi s ,i, strict is but one of the mailv "ft shows a rema ruble improvement I" the .ulniiniNtri.li,,,, ,,f th,. hiniiw. " of the district. The time is 'slant when every district will similarly efficient admlnistra- Kifa: h,v I ion KrF-P THE BATH TCB BRIGHT. Whe b-r the bath tub be porcelain, enam na lron-or ,lnc- " m" kW brlaht teh V bT me'1, "" lHhl. " i. . Wlth w"" w,teT nd Goii Dut (J , ' roul Plce or dark spota appear la TJih. sprinkle a little of the Gold Pu.t urf.,?n ,becloIh rub briakly. until the Md. tlu,nb,nBturea.uch it wash basin ' as od o s-'" kP' Perfectly bricbt " ltZl- ' UT ahed with Gold , ooc a week. 1 1 1 tbecold Du.t Is a rood disinfectant. It. Land Of fin? at Santa Fo, N. Mex,, Ajd'il ro. 199. Notice of the above aripllcntlon will be published In the Albuquerque Jour nal, printed at Albuquerque,' N. Méx., which 1 hereby designate ns the news paper nearest t lie land described In said application. MANUEL K. OTF.RO, Reels'er. i i June 11. 190. We want all the land put to its hi st use, w hatever that use may be, A good deal of time and money has been spent by the ser vice In this most Important work. "For this work you will need to use yuur very best avalla lib' help. The organization of the work is, of course, in your hands. "Existing and proposed boundar ies, and nil land and cover classifica tions should always be shown on mups. supported by reports. So far as possible, the service atlas folios should be used as the liase maps. The publication nf these folios is being pushed forward as rapidly as possi ble. Itv tlie first of August nearly all of them will he in your hands. Where it is possible to get them to you at a considerably curlier date by leaving out th classification and simply sending you the blank copies this will he done. "In addition to haing every boundary line carefully gone over, 1 want you to consider whether you have any considerable areas of agri cultural land in the Interior of the forests or other land which would serve the public best bv being ex cluded. "This is a matter on which It will be necessary for you to put your very best effort. If there is anv help that can be given by the Washington of fice let nie know. From the time this work first starts I want you to keep me fully infoimed of its prog ress by monthly reports" It Makes Little Difference What You 4 . Need. Journal A ds wm Go and get n PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MilXliV 'IX ( I.O.W On Furniture,' Planes, Ornan, Harms. Wal (ins nn 0lhir Chatlnli: alan on sala, lea and Warehouse Parilpta, as low na $10.00 anil ns hitch aa 111)00. I.nan are quickly made and strictly prirata. Tlmi One month to me year given, tjoom to remain in yiiur puaBeeainn. Our ratea are reaionnMe. ('nil and are ua before eorrowlnx- Hteamahlp tickets to anil from alt paita of tho world. TUK IIIM SFHOI.n LOAN t'OMPA.NY, Kutiina U sad 4, (irant lllilg. PUIVATW HKKIi'KS, OfKS KVKNIV1S. -1V 1'entjnl Avanaa. TO LOAN MONKT TO LOAN On city property at 8 percent. Rio Grande Valley -and Co., John Borradalls, agent. Of- lee, Third and Gold avenue. (10. IIIM) loan. si. and ( l any part J. llorruilailc Cold Ave. said t'fflc sum to - Third Y A . T K I $1.000 building loan to re main on first mortgage two years. hrlck dwelling, (lose in. lowlands Ad- Iress Mortgage, Journal office. LEGAL NOTICES Territory of New lcioo, office of the Set rciary. Certifícalo. 1. .Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the Territory t)f New Mexico, do hereby ertil'y there was filed lor record ill ilils office, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., on the twenty-third day of Apul, A. D. 1909, Amendment to Articles of In corporal ion or Water Supply Com pany of Albuquerque, New Mexico, N'o. f)93,1. increasing capital stock from $1,"i0.000 to $a0,Ouo, nod imm i'lrf number of Uircdois, aisc that I have compared the iciou.n; copy of the same with uu ,, . l.in-it thereof now on file, and dc. i.nc lt , be a correct transcript thcrci i .,iu an. I of the whole thereof. Ill Witness Whereof, I have here unto set my bund mid affixed my of ficial peal this twcniy-third day of April, A. D. 1909. (Signed) (Seal) NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary of New Mexico. ICdvvin F. Coard, Assistant Secretary. We, the tindi rsigncd, president and secretary respectively ol the Water Supply Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico, do hereby certify that on the L'Oth day of March, 1 909, the arti cles of incorporation of the Water Supply Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico, were by unanimous vote of till the stockholders and bv unani mous vote of all the directors of paid company amended in the following lia rliculars: Paragraph 4 w us amr tided so as to read as follows: . 4. "The amount of the capital stock of said company shall be the mm of Three Hundred Thousand Dol lars ($.100,000). divided into three thousand shares of the par value of Ono Hundred Dollura t$lu0) per share." Paragraph S was amended o as to read us follows: fi. "Tho number of directora of said enmpuny hall bn not less than three nor more than five." Vi- further certify that the loca tion or the principal office of said Water Supply Company Is No. L'19 West CJold avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and that the name of the agent upon whom process against mild Waler Supply Company niav be served Is W. H. Cllleuwater. In Witness Whereof, we lone caused the foregoing certifícale o ne signed by th,. president and secretary respectively of said Water Supply oinpany of Albuquerque, New Mexl i, and the corporate seal of said inipnny to lie hereunto uffixed this 30th day of Mardi, 1909. (Signed ) W. If. (!1 LLjISN W'ATKIt, President. A. H. Mi M II.I.ICN. (Corporate Seal) Secretary. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. COl-liL' UN l e K M PI.u V .Yl INT OFFICIO. WANTI'.D At mice cdgei ni.i n, ratch et setters, lumber .lucks, good car penters: long steady .lob, good wages. HELP WANTED Male. MKN MÍA UN llAUUF.lt Tlt.MUC -Short time required; graduales earn $12 to $.10 week. Moler liarbcr College. I, os Angeles. WA.NTKD in tic work for summer, to Monday. ( 'cut ra i Fin po i. UJlW.C.mti :il WA NT Kl") 1 1 .' -V m in i Wagon, solars. liiqiiit' 4! W. Central. I'I'cr: M Mill ll ti lit Agen. AUCTION I will sdl at auction Wednesday May ljth. at 1 p. in., the entire furn ihiiigs of a r.-tHnm house, corner 'Filth and New York streets, on the car lire. Consisting of bed loom and parlor suites. carpets, linoleums, kilchcn ami dining room furnishings, r, fi genitor and many other articles. Hoods in good condition and no slek-tic-is .1. M. Sollle, Auctioneer. wen tit ,l.i' .V . I It I vc. th room h i.V ton will sell at auction Kith, in front or f store at 117 Wet utile furnishing of a Sal olhe Hold font .1 i on street Monday, HELP WANTED Female. WANTK'I) -- KM"'' c Apply at Itos.-n w ,i Id's WANTF.H- A girl for n work. Inquire 1 os s o use at J oiiIUIiui. inns too linnn Solhe, Aucli, It in . h.odilc ions (, ueer. wry piece In ni,,n other iiiontioti. .1 .'Del :ll Artio. liouse- WANTKH Chanibei iiiuld nnrt wait ress. Apply Dr. Sum i l a residence, 7'.'3 North Second st. V A XTFI i - 'oinpi t cut nurse mold. Apply Mrs. David Weinman, 70S W. I'opper FOR SALE Miscellaneous. Fill! K.VI.P. Singer diet, bend ma chine, Koom ;i Hr.int I'.uilding. l ull SA I.K- Cheap: one buggy and one cow, part llolsteln; will trade for horse or mule and give or take difference. Ü14 S. ltronowny, tele- phone 24 2. Ft ill SA l7l;: A-l saddle, bridle' and blanket. 1 1 2 N Walter. STORAGE WANTFD i'ianos, household goods, etc., stored and packed safely at reasonable lales. phone 640. Tho Security Warehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, Room 3 and 4, llrant Hlock, Third atreet and Cen tral avenue. rcTREN trfooms. FOR RKNT--Th "moat aanitaryanii up-to-date roorna at the Rio Urano B1Í West Central. WANT I'M 1 : i i I l,,r geu-ral house work Apply before noon at l" North Kiglilh WANTKD -:i girls I'm sork. no washing, t ily. Central Fniploym W. Central. WANTKD- lili I for eandy store .Monday, 40v. Cential. WANTFD WoiiiaiT "lo do washing and house work. Call Monday morning, 419 S. High. general hous, i liv e w it h la nt nt Agi ncy, 1 1 :l Call Wl A MTCfl M icoftll o nn. -M to UMI I lLS III IOVCIIUI IVUUO, WANTED Pipes to repair, Joa Rich ards' Cigar Store. WANTFD Plumbing to repair. W. A f luff A Co., phone 6 g a. WANTFD Hose to repair. W. A. off & Co.. phonw fiS. HAIlt work, save your comliings, have them made up. Mrs. 11. K, Rutherford, &17 S. Broadway, phone I 291. WANTFD Hauling. packing and repairing of furniture, stovei, etc., at Sollle and I.elireton's. Phone 422. WANTKI i - Names and addresses ,,r 50 people win, wish o sludv Span ish; new method: Inevpeusive. Ad dress 20, care of Journal. WANTED Positions. WANTFD Situation by two young men experts In fixing lawns. Apply Soul hw eslcru HuslnesH association, 2! K. Central. Full SAI.F it .Mask. 'IK. South I i iiTTiI TV. I 'i i -at bargain, refrigerator lit It V " for sale- Highland Livery. lb eapne uost new. FOU ItHXT Furnished rooma and! rooms for light housekeeping-, lit Wet Lend. TWO ItnoMS eoinpletriy lurnlshTot for liglit housekeeping. Aiply 41 & Nin-ih Sixth I'til! U i :N'l' cry deslíanle room 111 thoroughly modern house, excel lently located. i inly gentlemen of employment need apply. No ilcW. ' 1 0 S. .Seven 111. MtiDKIlN rooms and first class boardT Denver Jlotel, Secolldlind Coal. Full l:i:.T- (iciitTeinan wishing-a modern tieatlv furnished front i room, rates $2 und $2.fi per week, j Please call at the cirant lllock, 303 ij W. ( 'cut i a I Ave., room 5. F M I II FN TTwT ia rge pleasant I rooms for light housekeeping. Aii- II. P dux vir c,'.ri ia no. call u poi morning. MP1.ATK biiMiig Journal ofl'ice Mo piy Iho; I Ful ltutherford, álí FOR SALE Real Estate. Full SAI.F well local rooms, good hack porch. tie ig ti borhood ( 'oml'oi table little home. d In high la nils, two front porch, screened water in house, good fiO-foot lot, necessary ut buildings, only $900.00, a bar gain and a home for some one. Why ot you? I, lord Hunsaker, 205 West hi. Full SA I.F -f,-rnotu modern tramo. one block from Library. $2..'iOO, I-;; cash, balance long time. Apply South weslern He.iltv Cu. 20 1 Fast Central Full SA LI : t iooil 12-acrc ranch In alfalfa. room house. Port erl'ielil i'o . 2 Hi West Cold. FOR HA LK -Our modern home at 201) N. Edith. We are leaving the city. R. P. Stevenson Ml id w ay. : 1! I :.'T - sleeping jii model 11 bou.' no Invalids I '' 'if KI-.N T keeplng. I ', l i Ti 1 : X T llOUSekeepI ll'lt i: I'. T room, closi' In. 20: Ft 'if i i : x T'FuTtTisli Jbjhl llilllrekeeping Foil U i;.NT Front rooins for offices or housekeeping at Wilcox lloomln" House :tii!l'. Central l'"uriiisi'd room with ni h in a lb., roughly 'c: geiitlcutau j, referred ; 201 N. High, phoue SOS. Iloonis fur light hoiise- 324 W. Coal. -Finn islieil rooms fili ng, r. 10 West Coal. -Xewlv f tii'uish.-il froiii. 2 N. l-l.liih. d rooms ftti 4 S. Second. ViU'Mi MAN v .le ranch. J. .outs position on i W., cure Jouiniil. at- WANTED Partner. WANTKD Parly vast in building patented as soon aa model In finished. Address 4.itiK. with $1000 to In a machine, to be FOR SAI.F A modern home one mile from town, 2 acres with Im provemedts. See owner 2021 N. 4th. Foil SA1,,;- 7-rootn modern brick. Arm i. $:l,soo. Southwestern Hcalty Co., "ill I-:. Central. FOR SAI.10 House o 4 rooms, faota Fo brick, with hall, bath, pantry, closets, hot and eold water, best plumbing, cement walks, wash house and outbuildings; corner on 6th Bt. Apply owner, 622 W. Martiuette ave., bargain If sold soon. Fui! SAL lo rióse In on cash, balance vvestiq-n Ileal Full SAI.K- -s-room modern brick, Walter St., $4,r,on, Jl.Oe-i monthly Apply Soiilh v 'o,. 20l F. 'i-ntj-al. -Modern f'-ame house FOR SALE Livestock. Full SALK ford bulls Rrunton Shoer.iaker 5 thorouglitired range raised. N. M. llere W. II. FOU SALK A No. 1 big, black, gen tle, driving horse; also harness and nearly new buggy. Kllego Haca. Inquiry itooni 20, Armljo lllock, phone 4r,7. Territory of New Mexico. Countv of llernalillo, ss. On this 22nd day of Match. 1 909, before me. a notary public wiihin ami for said county, personally appeared W. 1 1. Oillenivater and A. It. McMillen. to me personally known; who being each duly .sworn, did say, em h for himself and not one for' the oilier, that the snld W. II. Oillcnnnter Is the oresldeol- un. I the sui.l A l M,. t i l Wm I is the sorretary of the Water Supply I al Company of Albuquerque, New Mexi-" that the seal affixed to the fore- going certificate is the corporate seal: of said Water Supply Company of At- J iiiiqnei que. New Mexico, and that " said instrument was signed find a, -a led ' on behalf of said corporation by nii-i thority of Its board of directors', andlj tho said W. H. (lillenwnter and A i! . j McMillen each acknowledged said in- 5 strumcnt to be the free act and deed i of said corporation. I w itness wneteor, I FUlt SALK Seven flesh, first class Jersey cows; three Jersey heifers; also alfalfa, first and second culling. Call Lockhart ranch, phone 712. FOR SÁ LK Reasonable terms, strong, gentle horse, riding or pack ing, suitable for ladies or children. Call or wrf'e, A. II. Itccknngel, room 20i Strickler, Lima Huildlng. Full SALK- Poland China pigs grown hogs. John Mann WANTKD - O I gentle saddle -ill ,".10 Northjriilrd st. i'nll SALK- Two .leisey mill' Apply Lock hart llaiidi l-'t'il! SAI.i: 'Abav cold!" Icii inonths old. 719 N'orlh Ml, St. and and two lols, at Ü05 North Waller st Inquire on premiara. i'O it S A 1 II e. i d e n i a t J 03 North l-.'dith nt a bargain; examina it. Chas Mann, old Albuijuerqiie. Full SA I.K New 7-rooin brick house, modern in evcr.v wa. one of the I'ln est hollies In the city; owner luiist leave and the place must go at one" I'oi icrl i,l,l , 'o . 2 11! West Hold. Foil SALK Collage, cheap. 1023 N. Third st Foil SALK ii-rtioni frame, close In, screen piu'rli, sidewalks 111, price $2300, $300 cash, balance $20 per month. Soul hv c.stet it Hcalty Co , '01 K. Central. Foil SALK - Nit Mill St.. and Porteril, Id Co . 2 Full FOR RENT Dwellings. Foil Ill-INT- Two lo six room house. furnished or not. Apply W. V. Fu Irelle, 114 W. Coal ave., upstairs. FOR HUNT Uosedale Faultorlum; possession given Juna 1. Inquire nt Lockhart's ranch. Phone 711. b i- bull. ling also West Dl West Hold SALK -Cheap; lent house room screened; also furniture, plv 1 1 7. care Journal. Is on ill i n 1. one Ap- plllllcs , vv s The Missouri Society of New Mexico meets t ho second Wednes day of eaeli month at Odd Fel lows' hall, 321 South Second street. Next meeting, Wednes day. May 12. HUI'.. ileadquni ters at Room 4, Rar nett building, Second and Cen tral. Phone 1079. I All M issouria us are requested I to call and register. I O. J. K UA KM F. it, Secy. I I a bar- otid st. at a Id o i.M I N't II' ,1'SK lor sale at gain M L. Scliutl. 219 S. Se I'ull SALK -New 3-rooui house bargain, nionlhlv payments. I'or- lei liclil Co., 2 Hi Wc.-'l Hold Full S A LK --Chicken lamb, Willi houses, tdi, -lis. garden; abundance of water; 4-rooiii house, free taime for chickens, a line place for $1HOO; $200 i at h, balance in FOR UKNT New modern fur nished five-room flat. inquire A. W. Anson, K23 North 4th Street. FOR RENT New six-room modern house. 417 S. Arno. Dr. Wilson. Foil HUNT Cheap, one four-room and ono five-room house, strictly up to date. Inquire J. W. McQuade, II S. Arno. Full RKNT --Hood 5-room House, 3 screened porches, large yard, $15. 1, 1 , , y , 1H u n sa kor . 2 0á W . Hold Foil RKNT- New 5-room houae, then p. Apply I r, Itronson. Full RKNT -3-rooiu furnished apart ment, bath, gas ami coal ranges, electric lights, $,-. Llovd Hunsaker, 20,7 W. Hold. FOR RKNT May-1st, D-rootn brick.-, modern: dose in. K. B. Ronth. Fi HI U KN T 3-róoniTi"rlcc coftag In good repair at $12 fit) per month; water paid. 1001 N. Fourth, or Otto 1 'leckmann. i"i o; it kt s,iiithe"rñ ílTíT-T Ti rooms fiirnlsheil. '. II. McMUlion, 2 1 I VVest I ol, I Ftill UIONT 3-ioom furnished houte, ileal and clean, electric lights, large .und, $IS. Llovd Hunsaker, 20 W. Hold. FOR UKNT -Four loom brick houae. ,1, jse In. Dr. Kaslerday. Full UKNT- (loud furnished and un furnished houses. Porterfleld Co., 1'IH West Cold Full UKNT Houses I to X looms, one furnished. W. 11. McMllllon. real osla!,, broker. 211 W. Hold. FOR RKNT 1 1 out I 3- room house". close in. $10; ginid 4-rooni newly pa per, . I. $14. first class O-rooin, $;.'0. I.lov , l 1 1 1 1 n a k c i 2 0.-1 W. fi i . Id. For RKNT s-rooiu lioarding house. Kuril it ore for sal,-, easv pavun-nt-e W. II. .Mc.Milllon. 211 W. Hold For IKNT on col ei ti le light. - ri Cheap; nic (age; piano M i s. Non is. ly furnished ; ired for I 1 K. Coal. Sletll Re,-, v C lit lily. 20 1 K s-oiilh-1 nlral. AI.K FOR lug 219 S Second i'ui: sa i.i-; - f urn islo , c clii. ken hous, i -.iniirv and M Al a Inn llquire i gain, I M. good .a L. Si hint. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. stl. t. Fur RKNT--hour. 414 Hunt. Saddle pony, N. Third str, per Kva in Witness Whereof. T have h unto set mv hand ami affixed mv no-1 OCR POLICY I sUICR KALI tarlal seal the day anil year last-above! l KM ALL '"'IITI'S. I.Kr 178 written. (Signed) ADKLA (Notary Seal) llOLMtvl'lST. Notary Public. Mexico, Countv of be handled the act of If you "eslre a clear complexion take roley Orino Laxative for con stipation and liver trouble as It will stimulate theje organs and thoroughly cleanse your system, which is what everyone needs in the spring In oi Jer to feel well. J. R. O'Rielly Co. OI K WORK f)F HI MUYI; 4 I.ADIKV CELLARS. Sil I IIT WAISTS. SKIRTS Al 1)1 4 K SI ITS l I s tPssU IMPI U- ItL I AIXDIIV, HACK OP tST Ol IH'K Territory of N llernalillo. ss W. 11. Glllenwaler anil A. P. Mc Millen, being bv ni" first dulv sworn depose and saw each for himself, and tot one for the other, that the t-nid W. II. Ollb-nwater Is the president and the said A R. Mi Milieu is the secretary of the Water Supply Com pany of Albuquerque, New Mexico; that the amendim nts to th articles of incorporation ns set forth In the foregoing certificate were adopted bv the unanimous vote nf u ,,f tbe stockholder nnd of all nf the dlrec- s of said Water Supply Oonipanv "f Albuquerque. New Mexico, and that the statements In saitl rcrtifii ata contained are trii'-. (Signed) W. H HILI.KNWATKR. A. T! McMIU.KX. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd day of March, A. D. 19. (Signed) r ADKLA C. IKiI MQl lST (Notary Peal) Notary Pul, lit. SHOW Villi THAT Vi: CAN SAVK vou miiMir on voi ii írockr iv.H. v. u. I'RArr oo.. 314 s. Kndorsed: N'o. Vol. 3. page ,9 tides of Water Albuquerque, N'- capital stock and f.9:3. Cor Heed Amendment to Ar al. plv Companv of Mexico, Increasing naming number of directors. Filed In office of Secretare of New Mexico. April 23. 1 909, 10 00 m. NATHAN JAFFA. So, r, tary. Compared C F K. to O. Certificate of Pres't nnd See'y f Water Simnlv Co in re n itif-nd men t t,i 'Art. of Incorpoidliu::. (COl'Y;. 1 FOR SALE kl I'll) -.'-room nithlerii fra.iie eot tsf. well IhiíIi; cellar. g,ssl out Iniililiogs; s. Walter si. on cor ner. $1000 3-riKiin frame, good bnrn, .' lols, .',() fruit Itits; . 1. 11, Hi M reel. 2 oon l-riMini nioitern brick st tHge; ,. Secoiiil street, good tabic. $2100 4 -room nmtlerr Writ, lawn. gtMMl (iiitlitilldliUjTS, corner Int. Hi Ward. t.17."0 7-riMiitt. Iwo-story brick, bath, cellar, re-nient walks, S. A rim. St. 1230(1 6 room, HutArn, exment hlock outage. Bontii Edith IM. Cloa I A. Ill (Ml 1-rtHim rnuna, rT. ItL tt 60-rt. lot. city water; mjj Una If drelrert. f.TOiM) ."i-nKim. miMlern cemeiiled cellar, larga cliMw In. f 2.t.lu 5-room. modrra near car line. SOME CIIOICK I.OTH IV I'i:ri:a akihiiov. BiislneMi pptni aaul naoSaa tot Mlo. Motirjr lo loan A. FLEISCHER IIIK siath et-OBd brick, Mr o, brick, TUB oill I It I bell p. 4 I ", N. Firtb Full SALK i iiielv ; :i-ac water. Mr. -room model u nilplele. large chli kens, cklllg birds, the if lik'-n at one- house ar.l, j Reims, i Whole I Call 1 FOR RENT Offices. FOR RKNT Offices and atorea la Commercial rlub building. Apply . . i Secretary of the club. 'help if taken loinicii re inn. h house and vTorris. 1 I II K. Coal. BUSINESS CHANCES $1.21, PKIt WultD Inserts rlaaalfled ads In Sfi loading inncra in If. R HALF Star Furniture Company . -r IJt The II.. M Advertising aoo.la on e... terina or th. I 4.-7. Soul" Ij" trt Loa - AIIDPlpa I 'm FOR SALE Furniture. FOU sel Installment WANTKD- FuriiTtura" To rV.lr. W A Hon Co.. phnne fids. POULTR YANID PET STOCK. Full SALK- Kggs l',,r l,a,,ing, II. P. Rocks, Silver Wvandott.s and White Leghorns Jl 2i pi r i:. II. L. I Sin ir. 2j! lii'Hult. Ftlit S.M.l:-- Cliainpioll bled malo but terrier pup, aged " moiitbs. a j prize winner, for paiti'iilais nddiessj P u. Ilox 4 In. Silv , r i 'It v. N. M. i oi i R SALK -2 In, ss. I i 300 time, i it he Mini. Mor 43 -i oom hotel, (..ind bus w ill svv ing It, lialance buslines n-ason for LOST I.i iST - t iold lllltv of c, nal: lilierai t LUSTI'.os:".. lad rut. I. vt,y v . HI M it T il . " 111, U II die , I, I'd KM'. j;.-tut ,1 fob to ,1 Oil - . 1 1 let . e., i s a nd ! lor. vv Inte l'.ice. i .iVlug at Pullie.v s o i la 1,1.- r- vv ., i . I l. v b store X.-.o IllAV ltlt. On l lrst si reel, at Hie head of Cold avenue, a diamond weighing; slxiul one karat. Rrliirn to Itotnii II. Crom well biiiltliiijr and i ecel o renard. Plome H-.'D. FOR SALE Business. FOR SALK --A blacksmith outfit and large st", k of material, cheap. In ; grow ing tow n: extra good opening; goo, I,,, iie.n. Add tesa J. S. ü., Morn I log .lout tinl. lit, I! Svl.K Must soil at tone ac j count oilier busincs.i at Houston, . T, x.,': good i slnliii-hcl cash biisi I n-ss. no wagon, only bakery In the illv; a snap fot Hie light mall. 'City Itakcrv, Plalnvievv, Texas. ÍFuR SAMv-ulil istabllslied ahoe stoic a Mil names business; 1n-vob-ei about S Infill ; diop and repair tools In conne, tion, or will sell separ ately, for particulars addtrsn. Mrs. K K. Hilt i Full s i.i; i liusini's address : I St . cit v s-iii nrrii, N. An establNh, a itargain. rrmann. lb M. d el, Call 103 i trl. al on tvr S. 5th I FRENCH FEMaLE PILLS. A ir r.a-t .ia ftintt fcr i-riMM fiwfrwtnM, HIV! R M0l Tt UU. HrV Vet r- ft I Pa:.U. tV'i.-n 4, t4,iMl nf Htairf tan4-1 laTa rm 4J1 fimtmm M tk UNtTf itMcuea mi t, ir4rmn. 44 uia v r'4 lot TYPEWRITERS TYPKWniTKRS, Sewing Machines. Hleyrles. repaired, rented, bought and snld. Typewriter ribbons. Hewitt a. 117 8. Third Rt iold In HibuQutrout b lie I. tt. I Kicili C MISSION FURNITURE MISSION Furniture tn order on abort notice. Pest equipped factory In : Aubiiqucrque. Lowest prices. Crown I FuniUuta Co., HI Wtil OoltJ,