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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1911.
.000 APPLE TREES AREPLANTEO largest Commercial Orchard in San Juan County, Covering 280 Acres, Set Out in Three Weeks,' ISiiwIiil rrmlxotlrBt' to Morning Joarsnl Azt'i. -N- M- M'1 7. What is un do'ulnedly the largest commercial ap uirhiii'il ever set In San Juan county lias been planted this spring by tin- Bloomfiold Orchaid company. The trees, which wcif furnished by a Vtah nursery, were as fine a lot as were ever shipped into this section. Tli,' IS. 000 trees filled r. car, ami w,,rt. of three varieties only, Home Beauty, AVinesap uud Jonathan. These varieties have proven to bo almost frost proof tn this county and are first class commercial fruit. The trees arrived early and a force r experienced men was secured and the 20 acres were planted in less than three weeks. A visit to the ore liar J, It Is said, will show the trctis now all leafing out und all in a healthy, thriving condition. The Citizens ditch, which waters this mesa, has been put in the best of con dition, it is said, and water will be delivered for first Irrigation this com ing week, although the ground was put in fine condition before the plant ing, and trees might not Buffer for water for a month. About one-half of the orchard has been sold to Colorado, Texas, Nebras ka and Massachusetts parties, the Blooml'ield Orchard company to care for same until trees are in bearing. Apples in this section have not been damaged by the cold weather, rind if no severe frosts come later on, the county will have one of the larg eft apple crops In all Its history. Large. Crowds Attend School Closing Exercises; to Receive Bids for New Waterworks Bonds, S iul ('rranil-nre tn Morning Inumal Tucumeari, X. M., May 7 At the regular meeting of the city lounty Thursday night, it was 'decided to re ceive bids for the new water works bonds up to the INth day of this month pt 7:30. p. m. Five per cent of tho fun. value, or $31.50. must tic company each bid made. It is un derstood that there arc a number of prospective bidders. ('ouncil has set May 20 as clean up lay for Tucumeari. This week In the city schools, com mencement week, has been a busy one. Friday night was uraduatlon night, liev. George II. Varney deliv ering the address. The exercises dur ing the week were well attended, the high school auditorium proving "'ill to accommodate tho crowd, the oratorical contests between two high school literary societies, too In the the result Was a tie. The first contest between the girl representatives re sulted In the following: Maple Nea ftis, Klasslc Klun. "elia Shearer, Clio f-oeicty, second; the second contest between the boys, was as follows: Oscar Croflord, Clio, first; Charlie 1'arker, Klasslc Klun. second. , This vicinity was visited by another liKlit rain Thursday, lasting several sours and doing much good to the grass. The crop reports throughout the county are the best In years. Capf. O. F. Killer of Company L. New Mexico national guard, will par i id put, this year in the California encampment. The local company Is la fine comlltlon. The new steel lockers fr the armory have arrived and been set In place. The anniversary celebration of the Tiicmncari lodge I. O. O. F., held Stiiuhiy at the First Baptist church, was a great success, a large crowd attending. An overflow meeting was "eM at the Methodist KpiM-opul church, south to accommodate the crowds, itev. Joel F. Hedgpeth lie livereii tho address using "Brother ln"u"' as his subject. The local lodge has Increased in membership over '"'1 per cent In the last few weeks, '"v. Ccnrge ll, Varney Is notable grand of Tucumeari lodge. I'r. Frederick A, Cook of arctic a,ne, Is billed u appear at the '-vans opera house In this citv Sat Ur,1i," "'Klit. He will lecture on h.s 'tin rlcm while in the north. Mrs. Coverdale received yesterday ' cases ,jf new Fisk untrinimed napes, which Wit K nn puie Monday norpli,,: at $2.50. These are the '"kii.t Jt.oo shapes umi are a great bargain. THREE MORE CONVICTS ARE BROUGHT TO STATE PENITENTIARY IN SANTA FE I'Wlid ("rrmnn,li'ore to Morning Journal Santa Kc, .V, M., May ti. ThrcO tco, j,.si,ner!1 ,,.1V( ,((()n i,r(,UHht (l I"' P'liltontlary by Sheriff Andres anil,. n f Mora county and Deputy Horn, K, H I'hrnbaum. They were '""vide,! inid Hcnt.nced at the last 'nn i, Mors county court and were '''""Pie Paoheco, Jse Domingo Tor "' '"id Bias Vuldez, each receiving '"e to tw ;f ,-p callle stealing. V nveriior Mills has appointed A. P .o .ar:i Visa, unav counlv, .viaruucK or t.euoiix, Mora n"tarlcH public. 'or tho Treasury. I'ul Treasurer M. A. Otero d the following sums for h. I'lnney, treasurer COWIMEMGEMENTAT TUCUMGARI of r.ornallllo" county, $421.21; Came and Fish Warden Thomas P. Gable $9. Land Kntries, The following were the land eiitriek at the Santa Ft land office eUrday: James B. Merrell. Mountainulr; J.is. M. Morgan, Shoemaker; Janus S. Freeman, Stanley; John H. Bilsins;, Kstatn ia; lioss Archer, Mcintosh; Bu nion Martliicx y'l.ujan. I.imy: David P. Oallegos, Moncro; George XV. Jen kins, Aatee', Jesus Maria Mum,:, I,ar go; John K. Day, Alamosa,, Colo.; Al bert . Kashy and John L- Taylor, of Suervo. IJnitilii Count) Census Ketiirns. The 1910 census for Lincoln county minor divisions, is as follows: Lincoln county, 7.SS2. No. 1. Lincoln, 1021. No. 2. San 1'alrico, 7ti0. No. 3. Ug Piling. 621. No. 4. 1'lcacho, 319. No. 0. Itevcnton. 229, No. 6. Richardson. 1S9. No. T. Jacariila, 178. No. 8. White oaks, 471. No. St. Capitan, 567. No. 10. Ruidoso, 200. No. 11. Xogul, 2S4. No. 12. Ilonito, 337. . No. 13. Corona, 700. No. 14. Carrizozo, 10S4. :. No. K. Oseuro, 29. No. 16. Ancho, 4S2. (iiiiio Law Molalors Arrested. Vivian Armijo was arrested on the upper 1'ecos by Mounted Policeman A A. Sena for fishing out of season and was fined. He turned state's evidence and other arrests will follow, Sur veyor S.' Getzeudaenimer wag fined for purchasing trout caught out of season and for having them in his possession. Caniu Warden Gable Is determined to prevont and to punish the violation of game laws and especially those w ho fish out of season, a practice, which is reported to be common on the upper Pecos. BILL TO PROMOTE LHUTI ID LIDS Measure to Increase Irrigation in New Mexico Introduced By Delegate Andrews Who Will Push It, Special Corrennilrnre to Morning Journal) Washington, I). v., May ". A bill to promote the Acclamation of arid lands in New Mexico has been Intro duced by Delegate Andrews, who an nounces that he will bring every i. flucnce to work on tho Mil with a view to having it enacted Into a law as soon as possible. Th bill, if passed, would have! he effect of bringing all public lan Is and all entered lands or land tint have been filed on and for wh'n h no final certificate has been issii"d, un der the operation of the laws of he territory relating to the organiza tion and regulation of Irrigation dis tricts for the reclamation and Irri gation of arid lands the same as lands in private ownership are subject to these laws. The law further pro vides that hereafter a majority of private land owners and entrymen, or homesteaders, who may not have as yet their final certificate, who also represent a majority of the number of acres In tho district to bo irrigat ed, excepting unentered lands, shall bo necessary to the formation of such a district. It Is further provid ed that no district shall be authorized in which a majority acreage Is un entered public land. The act further provides that the cost of constructing, acquiring, pur chasing or condemning canals, ditches, reservoirs, reservoir sites, water, water rights, .power plants, transmission lines fir other property incurred in connection with any dis trict shall bt equitably apportioned among the privately owned lands, the lands covered by unpatented entries and all unentered land, egcept that tho 1'nited States shall not become liable for any of the charges against the unentered land. All charges apportioned against unentered land become a charge against the land to be assumed and paid by tho person making entry thereon, with interest ut 7 per cent from the date of the maturities of the several assessments until paid. Work on any such project must be commenced within one year from the time of the approval of the plan by the secretary of the Interior and shall be completed within five years therefrom, with the secretary of the interior having power to extend the time when good cause Is shown. lands shnll not be subject to charges herein contemplated until a plan of the Irrigation district shall have been submitted to tho secretary of the interior, which plan shall ex hibit fully the method of the con templated Irrigation, and that It shall be sufficient to thoroughly Irrigate and reclaim wild land and prepare ll for tho raising of the ordinary agri cultural crops. It must also show the source of the water to hp used in the irrigation of said district. Mr. Andrews has also introduced a bill to authorize the appropriation of J 10,000 to be expended under tho di rection of the reclamation service for the construction of a reservoir In township 15, north, rnngo 3 east. Tho proposed site Is on the Kio Puer co near Cam Hnlttxnr. The bill was referred to the committee on the Irri gation of arid lands, of which W. it. Smith, from the Kl Paso distrht of Texas Is chalrmnn. A bill asking congress 'to disap prove and render null find Void the law of the 3sth legislative assembly creating the new Sierra county with the county gent nt Cutter, Iuih been Introduced. It has been referred to the committee on territories. Delegate Andrews has Introduced n bill to allot the unappropriated land lit sections 1, 2 and 3 In township 2!) south, pud rang,, 3 cast, to a charlt- Dhe Joornal Want: Columns IF FOR SALE tlsiiO A fine ranch of IS a. res with 6-room house, screen porches, out buildings, cellar, chicken yard; 6 acres in abulia; 110 young fruit trevs. ull bearing: Isiul all under cultivation and on two nialn ditches: only two miles from city on Fourth strict. $12aa4 4 acres in alfalfa, close in. This price is nnhu $1000 2 acres ot rich land on north Fourth street, close to city; well improved with 4-room modern lirt k house; electric pump; large tank, fruit trees, etc, $2400 New four room 'modern brick house in Highlands on car line. Fast front, lot 50x142; cement walks; lawn; shade; outbuildings and two screen porches. This Includes gas range and furniture. $630.00 Two corner lots. 50x142; south front, Perea addition; with three room house and outbuildings. Lots alone arc worth this price. $2100 A good four room cottage, modern and newly painted. Fourth ward; east front; easy terms. $2ti!io Seven room modern brick, almost new; splendid condition. High. lands, close In. This would make splendid home for a doctor. Cash or terms. JOHN M. SHXIItK HRAITY CO. FIKK 1XKI UANCi:. F.FAL I'.STATl'., LOAN'S AM) AI1STKA4TS. 311 Wctt,oU Ave. Plume 10. able organization for a tuberculosis sanitarium. The same bill was intro duced In the 61st session, but was not acted upon. l'he land in ques tion is located ubout eight miles from Kl Push. t An investigation Is being made In to th( possibilities of supplying pow er from tho Roosevelt dam in Arizona to Douglas and the Sulphur Springs valley, where It will be used for pumping and commercial purposes. DEEP WELL PUMP Roswell Man Will Lift Water Eighty Feet to Irrigate 160-Acre Farm; to Use Crude Oil Engine, (Speelnl Correapnnilenee to Morning Journal Tioswell, N. M May 6. Dr. It. Ileerm)inn last 'night received a twen ty horse power Venn-Severin crude oil engine, lie will endeavor to phmp water from a depth of 80 feet and Ir rigate his farm of 160 acres. Pumping from such a great depth will he watched with great Interest. A Nn. G American centrifugal pump with a minute capacity of 1,100 gallons will be used. The first churning of the Kosucll Sanitary Food company was turned out from their new creamery today. Hoswell has two creameries now, with a third building. The Texas association of doctors holds it annua! convention at Amar illo next week und the doctors of Itos-. well have secured an excursion from Amarillo to Kosvtell as a side trip for the 700 or soo physicians who will visit the Yellow City. The Holiness people of eastern New Mexico will hold a camp-meeting and revival fri Hoswell May 19 to May 27. Will H. Huff, of Sioux city, la., a speaker of national reputation In this sect, will be In attendance. Cherries are ripe in the Pecos val ley, picking started today and the big crop will be coining on for a month. SANTA FE WILL GET LADIES' SEMINARY OF EPISCOPAL CHURCH Special forrnaiionilenre to Mornlnf Journal) Santa Fe, X. M., May 6. Santa Fe will get the seminary probably a youni? hollos' seminary, that will be conducted under the auspices of the Kplseopal church of the southwest. The F.pisoopal convention for tho ter ritory, which has been In session at Roswell this week, endorsed the pro ject unanimously. There Is a promis ing future for such a school, the need of which has been keenly felt not only In New Mexico, and A'tronn, hut also ;n northern Mexico, and there are many parents In the east who would have liked to aend their grown up daughters to school In New Mexico. THE CONGREGATIONAL CONFERENCE IS NOW INCORPORATED BODY Articles of Incorporation were Illed in the territorial secretary's office at Santa Fo Saturday by the New Mexico Contrreitallonal Conference, the Incor porators neing J. . Mould, A, C. Iley- The Santa Fe Is spending several hundred thousand dollars for auto matic signals and Interlocking plants for the protection of the traveling public anil the safety of trainmen. In terlocking plants cost from $:l,.",iin to $ 111, alio, according to the slxe. Pl lll. IC I,M SCUM', Scrip will jams title to government land without settlement, residence or cultivation. Title to tinsiirveycd land cannot be procured In any other manner. Ity use of scrip costlv, te dlous and d'ing, rous contests may be averted. Write todav Tor full pnrtlc nlars. Fn . Illldivth. 110 Flem ing building, PhoenW. Arli?, 1 siS EXPERIMENT YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL rERSONAL PROPERTY LOAN? MOKT TO LOA. On furniture. Ptoe. Ora, DnH. Wtrnna nd othw OhntUti; iaa n Solknst ml WarhUM Kolnt. low l u no huh lte.o. r quietly mi.i and iru.'tty prtvmt. Tin ,m menth tn n yr glwn. Ooefli to rmln In your BoMowmn. Our rilt4 r raoBb!. rail and aca ut befor B'Trowtng-. Siaamihip llckota to ant from all rta of tha w.irlo. 1MB MOIBKHOIU t AN I'OwrAJtl, auau t ihI , rr,t Mag PBIVATH OKFU ICS. OPKN IVKNlNOB. MIH Wawt t'ealr"1 At, FOR SALE $27(10 6-room double lands, close in; rent $30 brl-k. ; $700 High cash, balance S per cent, loop r,-room bungalow modern. furnace, sidewalks, lawn, trees, North 12th st. $1900 5-room frame, modern, 8 Broadway; easy terms. $2000 4-room brick, modern, lawn, trees, corner lot, Fourth ward, $3)130 6-room brick, well built hot water heat, corner lot, on car Una 11500 cash, balnnce 8 per cent. $;ttioo 9-room, !-story brick-modern; lot 71x100; Highlands; close in; easy terms. $S100 B-room brick, modern, hardwood floors, ft nice home; High lands. $000 4-room frame, large lot, ehtde, near shops; terms. MONKY TO IOW. mi is lNsriiANcK. A. FLEISCHER 111 flout h Fonrth Strw. I'liona 71. Nett to Ni"i Postofflc "A'ANTKD Girl for general house work. No washing; good wages. A pply Mrs. D. Weinman, 70S W. Cop per. WANTKlJ Competent woman for cooking and housework. 4ua North Second. HELP WANTED Male WANTKl) Carpet layer. W 205 K. Central. A. (loir, WANTED Miscellaneous A,ihP Clean coilcn ras al aMiC a pound at the Joufnnl office. WANTKlJ Hoard ami room bv lady. Preferably In private 'family. Ad dress II. C, P.ox 411, City. FOK SALK MISCT BUSINESS CHANCES Vr?iTTl?VVjlulInsei is ciHibltltMi ads. In 36 leading -papers In th U. S. Send for list. The Daks Ad vertlslng Agency, 432 B. Main St., Lot Angeles, or 12 Geary St., Ban Fran cisco, FOR SALK The Helen Mercantile Co. business consisting of dry goods notions, men's clothing, hats, shirts, underwear, shoes, hose, women and children's shoes, some hardware, show cases, counters and fixtures, etc. A-l location for a general store and a good town. Write F. (. Iiosey, Helen, N. M. Inqulr W, II. Booth, Albuquerque, N. M. STOCK COM PA NIKS Incorporated. We bid to offer entire issues of stocks or bonds for sale for corpora tions. TUB E. JAY HAWKINS COM PANY, 3CS Klllcott Square, Huffalo, N. Y. FOR SALE- -Livestock, Poultry FOH SALK Horse, buggy and li.n- ness. 30 S. Kdilh. FOIt' SALK Fggs, from the finest chickens In town, Half Leghorns and Ithode Island Heds, $1.00 per 15 eggs; if shipped, $1.50 per 15 eggs. .1. W. Allen, 102S. N. Mh St., Albu fjuerque, N. M. Eggs delivered. FOIt SALK 2 pure brod Holsteln bull calves, one eligible to registra tion; price low for quick mle. Matt hew's dairy. Phono 420. 50 PKli CKNT discount ot a P. poultry and stock food remedies, for ten lays only. 501 N. 1st St. C. V. Olson. FOR SALK .Heavy set mare, suit' able for farm, dray or deliver wagon; also buggy and spring wagon. 110 S. Walnut. Foil SALK Kxtra faTge 11. P. ll. laying hens. Also sctilng egg. 300 N. Broadway. i''l) ItALK f'.ootl Jersey cow, P. O. Box 187. HORSES and r.'gs bought anil sold, rent and exchange, ( all nt my store, 1202 North Arno street. Simon Gar cln. - - WANTED Salesmen Agents AUKNTS sell something that sells Itself. Wi have the best agents proposition on earth, used by every man. Sample and particulars 25 rents, prvpnld. Wiitertown Supply Co., Watertown, Wis. ... . Two tickets for A. W . SheariT, Alrdoine L'O S. Arno, Hem. ut Journal. WANTKlJ Wlde-awaUe ageafj to sd, Accident and Health Insurvue for the largest Accident t otnpory In the world. Splendid and liberal con tracts to the right parties anywhere In New Mexico und Arizona. Apply to Continental Casually Co., A. V. Blkkrr, Jr., Manager, Albuquerque, N. Mex. WA St'KD-"! rtHiriet iigetit for old Hue Ufa insurance company whose as sets are over one hundred piilllon dol lars. No better polb l written. V have a good contract for a live num. Address MeKnight Company, Amur lllo, Texas man, H. S, Llthanw. II. L. Snyder and B. II. TolUert, of this ' 'tv- The place of hii'dm-"- Is III AlbiMU erqiie and J, l, l,.ild named as the statutory aueiit. Tic trustees of the Incorporation ate IL 'I'olliert, W. O. Hopping, A. II. lb ymati. J. It. Heald, all of Albuqoei'.iue, .1. M. Hojle, c. P. Knnry, of C.illup. ami M"'", ' rl1!?o ft; ,1 r" ! Bargain in Fine home J Ft) It SAI.K Five-room mod- cm brick, one bloik fn,m car line. J COOH LOCATION 1 LOW. LANDS, $2200. Could not $ build house for price. $ FOIt SALK Klght-room mod- cm, corner lot. hot water T plant; best residence section f In city, $5000. t VUIV. INSVHWCK AM) J LOANS Portcrficld Company f 210 West Cold. J0yENT FU!: KKN1 Cottages, to rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Futrelle. lnver Hotel FOIt UK NT 4-room brick, rurnlshed or unfurn'shed; bnth, gas, range, electric lights; tmmmcr rates, 610 W, Silver. FOR SALE Miscellaneous I' OK SAI.K Child s bicycle, fine bed with line springs, trunk, heating siow and reclining thair. 12th and "Jn r"oei FOB SAL K 3, 000 pound warehouse, si ales. Horse and delivery wagon one oltlcc desk, two stoves and a lit of household goods. Phone 35, b01 N. First. FOB SALK 5 passenger touring car, equipped with gas lamps, wind shield, top und new tires. Must be sold nt once. $350. Meflosliey Auto Co,, Albuquerque, N, M. Foil SALK Camp outfit, spring wagon, tent, harness, etc. 800 N. Broadwiiv, FOB SALFc 2-seated park wagon; moo,) as now. 1 1 oi k. Walter. FOB SALK Auto Piano, nearly new, In splendid condition, cost $H50; have $f,() worth or records. Will sell for $500. Must be sold, as owner is ordered away. K. K. Sterling, 1st Ll .3.'i-A l!l;'!'I'tXnK",f. N' M. FOB SALK Household gooihl 610 South Kdlth. FOB SALK- rolate set mornings. 4 -One hand-painted cho nnd tray, lo. Call 21 .South Kdlth. rent i-Ai,r nxiu tent house, partly lurtusned. cheap. 708 K. Santa Fe nve. FOB SALK 2 buggies and one set of narness J405 w. P.oma. FOB SALK Cheap; good Slid pound bay driving horse, absolutely gen tle, also buggy and harness. Ml So. Third st. FOB SALK Buggy, suitable for pony. Apply J414 Smith Kdlth. FUH KENT Rooms FtTrtHflNT room Rio GranSe. 611 W. Central. FOB BKNT Furnished rooms, mod ern. 218 South Walter St. NEWLY furnished rooms, modern; no sick. fiOS 1-2 W. Central. FOB BKNT Lnrge, coot front room, comfortably furnished, 21 1 S, High. Fl'BNISIIKI) BOOM, telephone, oath, electric light, close In; 422 W. Mar quette, phone 3S3. FOB BKNT Cool, well velitliated rooms; special rates for summer, by week or month. Hotel Cralge, New management. C. V. Alspach, profi, Fell BKNT 'nc or two furnished front rooms tor lad roomH or bed room and sitting room. Private en trance. Phon,. 10IMI. FiK BKNT Front room furnished, electric light and bath, In private family. A l'.l'V:i".',.J',.,Il '1SI.X.' KOI! BKNT Front rooms for house keeping. Call at rear of 02"! West Central avenue. FOB BKNT A large front room with sleeping porch; also rooms tor housekeeping; modern. 410 S. 3rd St. Knit BKNT Housekeeping rooms, completely furnished, single or en suite; modern; no sick taken. 610 W. Coal. Foil BKNT Two nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping; bath, elec tric lights, gas; close In. Phone 14:11., fill S. I'ilth Si, Foil BKNT Nicely furnished front room In home with all modern con veniences; close in; rem rcroionu np with board If desired. 210 South Wal ter. FOB ItKNT A large, dry cemeted basement, with facilities for loading on B. H. track. J.nquiru h. r., care Journal, WANTED Positions Wvi'KO"-Mt?' and Wife want Job on ranch; have bad experience. Address Box a so. ('lovln, N, M. PKAVTICAlTNl ' ItSK Phone 1 257. MONEY TO LOAN MO.NKV T l.oN up to $2:100.00, J. Srfl. In sums to suit K. Filler, 121 S WANTKIi T, loan on ri'iil estate se curity $ t T. (Mi. Addnss P. . Box 324, Alliuqiicniue, N. $2,aoii 'I'o LOAN on improved illy property. W. Moore Clayton. Moi-;V To I.1' AN on good leal , s-tnie- $2110, Mxi. $1,0011 ami 1 2,000. W. II.' XI '.Mill!" n, 2IT, V. Hold. . MKSSKNCl ll AMI PAItri:L lK I.IVKIIV. Phone Ml or .VH. f.olil. iAILY MAIL KKHVH'H ANr KTCF For the famous Hot Springs of Jemen, N. M. I-eavrs" Albuquerque P. O. every morning at 6 m. Tickets sold at Vnlo Bros, SO" North First strrnt CAVINO CAP.CIA, Proprietor an! Mali Contractor. P. O. Po M, 1101 South Arno street. STORAGE WANTKIi Piano, household goods, etc., stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone (40. Tho Security Warehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, room S ami 4, Urant block. Third street and Cen tral averto FOR SALE Real Estati F;lt SALK A low great bargains In Iioiim g and lots. Sec oulck, V. 11. MeMlltlon. sis w. i;ld. FOIt SALK - A good, well-rented bus- iiiixs property In 11,000 population city lu Illinois. Will trade for bus iness property or unimproved farm land. This property will htc.nd the clo-.cst investigation and owner will gie a liber, il trade. Met'H'CIIAN & HKXTKB, 31!! W. Central Ave. FOB SALK New fi-room modern home on nth st. No cash, monthly payments. New scv, ri-room modern house; furnace heat, on ISth st. Hanch of i acres i losiS In, on main ditch, $t30. For rent, new seven-room house, 'furnished. HOME HKAt.TY COMPANY, 402 West Central. Two tickets at Journal for C Me Olintock, 712 W. tlohl. Pastime to Onst 1 1. FOB SALK -Cheap, 3-room house and bd, 50x1011, trees and Rrape vines, and out buildings; city water. Api'!fiZ, '"' ""ht l'e avenue. Foil SALK New modern u-rooni brick, $3,000, reduced to $2,100 for quick sale; full six,,, lot In good neigh borhood; $titio will handle It. Pr. Bronson, owner. Li- U UK ll Nt It m KAf.l tint $2fiiHl cash or easy terms; conve nient to city; good'l'ramo cottaHc; su perb view and on main ditch. Lund needs some fixing," but In the very best the valley allords. IH NK! I! THAXTOX, 204 W. Cold Ave. FOB SAL K A well routed business block In an Illinois town of 1 1,000, will trade for city property or on Im proved farm land. This property will stand the closest Investigation and owtior will give a liberal trade. Me I'lughnn & Dexter, 319 W. Central nve. I'0 H HA LK--I f.minTTot. lbl5N. First street, $7.10; payments If de sired. W. P. Metcalr, 821 Cold nve. FO ll"iiALK Two roiiiS hoime with pantry mid closet together with fur i It lire. Price It 3110. 618 8. High St. Ft lit S.M.K HS0 a re'f a? inl n acies nlfall'a, 200 hearing fruit trees, 100 acres rtchievcf land easily cultivated, 40 acres fine pasture land, fi-room house, title perfect, nil under Irriga tion, with water right, water power for nil farm purposes, abstract fur nished. An Ideal stuck farm ndjaectit to thousands of acres of free range. This place Is worth $10,000.00 and can be made one of the most beauti ful and profitable farms In the Bio Orando valley. For quick realization this place Is offered for $15(10.00. F. L. Walrath Helen, New Mexico. FOR EXCHANGE To exchange for city property, ai ranch In mountains near Albuquer que; fine, fruit land with an abunl- nncp ot water at 13 feet; Is a gaol location for sheep or cattle nusuies.-;, and would make a No. 1 resort. Ap ply 1 1 0 S. Walnut st. FOR RENT Apartments F( i C tKNT T too m (Tfl i rl fg iTt" h mim"- kceplng, f,l7 Soul h Broudway, FOB BKNT Two rooms for light housekeeping. 724 South Second. BOOM for light housekeeping Apply at ltur.gal.iw, tioulh of Prcshiier- lan Sanitarium. FOlfllKNT Furnished looms; also for light housekeeping. S20 South Third. !'" I B "It KN'I' Moilei'ii hoiises, 4 "to"! roions; also slnre rooms. W. II. Me- Million, 215 W. Cold FoB Hi; NT Two large modern, well furnished housekeeping rooms, big sleeping porch, bath; 702 K. Central. FOR RENT Rooms with Board WANTKU -Boomers und hourders a 4 15 V, Coal nve. FOB BKNT - Furnished rooms with hoard. 4 I ! West dial. "for"salTfurnitOre" Fob SALK Hidden oik dresser and chiffonier, oak dining mom set complete, refrigerator, 2 single metal beds, velvet rug, 13x15. and Smyrna rug, 0x12. Inquire mornings, 323 N. Tenth street. i5 VERTISING MEDI Advertisers; The M rcii 1 stale of North Dakota offers unlimited oppor portunlties for business to classified advertisers". The recognized adver tising medium is the Fargo Dully and Sunday Courier News, the only seven day paper In the stale and the paper which carrion the largest amount of classified advertising". The Courier-News covers North Dakota like a blanket; reuchlng all parts of the state the iluv uf nublli atloii; It Is the paper to use In order to get re sults; rates one cent per word first Insertion, one-half cent per word suc ceeding: Insertion; fifty cents per line per month. Address The Courier News, Fargo, N. D FOUND FOI ND Two buy horses. owiur may have them at Ill-own ranch, three miles east of town. SHOE REPAIRING. 8'LK8 sewed on. Best oak leather. Rubber heels, fiOe; men's half soles, r-c. K. Vasqur. .107 1-2 W. Central, WANTED DRESSMAKERS WANTKl) .Dressmaker lo sew by thu day. Apply lino N. 4lh. Phone HI I PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS ' U. V. D. lUtAN Attorii'y-at-lAw. Office In Urn NatlomU Bank Bulla- Ing, Alhuouprque, N. M J OH V W," W 11 S ) N Attoruc-at-I. nooma 1S-17-1 Cromwell BhJ. Itcs. Phone 1457. Office Phone 11TI k)OKCE 6.141 OCK Attorney. Rooms 8-9, Btern Block. Albuquerque. American So n't T Itonds. DENTISTS Dental Surgeon. Rooms I-S. Harnett Building. Thoae 744 Appointments marie. b mail. PHYSICIANS' AND SURGEONS JUI IN .1. MOHAN, M. !. IMioiih l(l7 Booms 31 and 2.1 Harnett llnlldlni 1IL CIIAS. A. lilANK I'-ar, Nosr. Throat ami liiugs. Itarnolt Bids, Phone 107$ AHA M, niKVATI.MF.il, M. 1. Practice llmfted to Diseases of Women and Obstetrire, Coniulta tlom: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to $:S0 p. m. 119 West Cold Ave. Phone S49. A. O. 8HOBTEL, M. D Practice Limited to Ttlberrulnilt. Houm; 10 to II Rooms H-S-10 ptate NaPl. Batik BMt. SOI.OMON U Hl'HTOrt, M. I. Physician end Burgeea Butte I.JRarnett BId Hll. t UAIIIJ s UKLSFY ' " Dentist. Whiting llltlg., Albuipicrque. W. 41. KlTATiTt.H'll, M. Secliillst Dye, Far, Nose ami Throat. Oli lCK WIMTINd mxH'K AUCTIONEERS .1. M. SO!,LI- Hoiulcd Auctioneer. I HI Wst Cold Ave. Salen of riirnltiue, Sttaks Ileal I'lstnte, In or out of town. Eipcr lencrsl. I'lggest returns. 1 CARPENTERS A, J. Kl'I.LIVAN Carpentering and ,lo!llnjr. Mission Work a KiiH'lnljf. 114 W. Cold Ave. Phone (10(1. ARTHUR E. WALKER Hre Insurance. Secretary IfataaJ Bnlhllnff Association, phone 6S. 817 S West IVntral Avemio. WANTED Live Stock WANTKl Well broken ponies, front 4 to 7 years old; also small mules, 4 o n years. E. Atterhury at fair grounds. W. A. GOFF CARPET CLEANING Phone 568 205 E. Central Ave. MM .IBIiJilMiiiHl' J lij'iinwmwa TAILORING AND CLEANING The Co-operativo 'iCliors," exper k'liocd tailors and cleaners, 204 H. Sd at., near (bdd nve., tailoring, cleaning and pressing at reasonable rates. HKVr'i'f'S Bcpalr Shlip. VVerciiTr anything, bicycles and sewing ma chines a specialty. 117 8. Id St. BALDRIDGE Lumber Company. Paints, Glass, Cement, Roof ing and Builder's supplies. Hudson for Signs Wall Papor HUDSON Fi'jrth TorPictun Street and Framet Copper Avi SANTA FE TIME TABLE (In Kffect January 1". 1V11.) :STIM)l.M Arrie Depart 1, Cal. Ktprest ... 7:46p l:S0p 3, Cm. Limited ...,11:011a 11:$6 7. Mex. & Cal. E..10:CIS) ll:40p l. Cal. Fast Mull. .ll:60p U:4S No No, No, No No. No, No No, No, fia. NO. i:.sTiutM) 2. Tourist Ex l:BSp :l 4. Chi. Ltd B:SBp :0f p R. Krtstcm Ex :dP . 7;lidp 10, fiverlaml Fx. .. t-00 IA Piim Trains S09. Mex. Kx ll:$ Dili Kl Paso Pass.. I:! $10. Kan. City Chi. :05 111, Kan. City A Chi. I:$0p T ltoswcll ami Amarillo, No. So No. .311. Pecos Vol. i:x 1:1 lit. Albu. Kx. . ...,ll:lp P. J. JOHNSON, Agent- Oil