THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1912.
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PASSING OF 1911 UNUSUAL ACTIVITY
RELIEF TO ILL
Year Just Closed Has Been One
of Decided Unsettlement in
the Financial and Business
(Bv Morning Journal Speclnl 1-en.eil Wire.
New York, Deo. 31. Relief rather
th.in regret is felt in Wall Street at
the passing of the year 1911. It has
been a year of decided unsettlement
in toth finance and business. Activity
in almost every line has heen repress
ed. .Trading on the stock exchange
At no time, however, were there
threats of widespread disaster. The
condition was one of dull suspense
lather than of actual retrogression.
Rusine.ss was sound hut the charac
teristic American vim was lacking.
The memorable feature of the year,
from the Wall street viewpoint, was
the crisis in the ctrngglo for the re
ad iustment of "big business" to the
Last Week of Year, When Bus
iness is Usually Suspended,
Exceeded Expectations in Or
By Morning Journal Kprriiil Leased Wire 1
New Vi.ik, Dee. 31. Specifications
for steel products upon recent con
tracts developed unusual activity dur
ing the last week of the year, a time
when- business usually Is temporarily
suspended. The steel corporation or
dered six additional furnaces into
blast which indicates that the new
year will begin with "a per cent of ca
pacity active as against ,0 to i2 per
cent fir several weeks p.ist.
Railroad business last week was a
disappointment, the largo rail con
tracts anticipated being held oxer un
til the new year. Car orders, how
ever, were more satisfactory. During
the last quarter of the year railroad
buying has increased 5 40.(100 tons of
requirements of law. In the spring rails, vs.uou inrs, ma loeoniouves unu
the United Slates supreme court ren-1 105,000 tons of bridge material.
dere, Its epoch-making decisions In Interest in fabricated steel eenter
the Standard oil and American To-1 ed during the last week in contracts
liacco cases, ( nunclaUng the -rule of i for commercial building In New York
reason." ' city, the 'orders there being for 23,-
The latter part of the year witness-I Olio tons. - The principal railroad
r,l dismemberment of these corpora- I bridge orders aggregated 22,000 tons,
tlons. The movement was carried business in pi iron was rmaller in
further bv the filing of the suit for! tonnage with greater irregularity In
the dissolution of the United States ; prices. It is estimated
IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL
Finest assortment of ranches and
raw land in the county, n sizes
and prices. We bundle only such
property as is put exclusively in our
charge, so that we know what we are
2SOO.O0 A six-room m.idern resi
dence, in splendid condition, all com
pletely furnished and renting for $46
per month. Owner will make easy
terms. Here Is a chance to get ft good
home on easy payments, ami nt a bar
gain. Jlouse is arranged fur two fam
ilies. I 'OH TRAD I'.
We have a fine 12-acre farm near
a good town, all highly improved, to
trade for Albuquerque, property. If
you wnnt a small farm, conm in and
$2". 00 7-room modern. High
$2i.00 5-room, modern brick. 4th
$12.00 4-room cottage. West Cen
tral; good condition.
.IOI1X M. MDOUE ItEM.TY CO.
HUE ISl It ANTE, I! I'M, ESTATE.,
LOANS AND All.NTRACTS.
214 WiM Oold Ave. Phone 10
THREE LIVE PAPERS
M(im:y to loan.
On furniture, piano--, organs, horses,
wagons and other chattels; also on
salaries and warehouse receipts; as
low as $10.00 and as hli;h as $180.00,
Loans are quickly made and strictly
private. Time one month to one year
given. Goods to remain in your pos
session. Our rates aro reasonable.
Call and gee us before borrowing.
Steamship tickets to and .'rum all
parts of the world,
PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evenings.
THE HOI SE1IOLD 10N CO.,
Rooms 3 and 4, Ornnt llulhlliig.
;i:l'i West Ccnirnl Avenue.
THE BEST YET
T TUCUMC A
N W S IS SOLD
Steel corporation and by proceedings
against several smaller combinations.
Early in the year the interstate
commerce commission rejected the
plea of the railroads for a wholesale
advance of the freight rales, a decis
ion which caused an upheaval on the
slock exchange and led to a feeling
of uneasiness on the part of the rail
road managers. Largo new business
ventures have been postponed until
ttie promoters and bankers are able to
foresee with gome degree of certainty
the conditions under which business
is to be conducted. The passing needs
of the country has been sufficient to
sustain most lines of trades on u fairly
active basis, i,t there has beer) liftb'"
In some liries of business the pro
duction reached new high records,
but In almost every ease it was at
the expense of profits, as prices tend
ed toward a lower level. In
ing months there were Signs
r.ess revival.-' .
A bright feature of the year' was
the growth of foreign trade. Exports
Increased eleven per cent over th
preceding year with especially heavy
gains in steel products. Imports fell
off two per cent, making the balance
of trade In this country's favor cor
The effect of these conditions upon
trading in securities was decided. The
of business on the stock ex
fell off twenty per cent from
that all dis
trlct contracts aggregated only about
SO.OOfl tons. The total in. Deccmbi r
was over 500.000 tons. The year's
output was under 23,000,000 tons.
KILLED WHILE AT WORK
IN LORDSBURG YARDS
Sirclal Correspondence to Morning Jour not I
Deming, X. M., Dee. 30. Hen
Church, a switi hmun, was killed at
Lordsbtirg the night of December 2H
Tie 'fas 'hivhn'd ty the fUi tit hern Pa
cific railroad as i: switchman a!
Lordsburg und was killed by a moving
train while nt his work. There wm:
ro eye witnesses to the accident
death lieiDir inula ntaneoiil, He leaves
a- wlf living -rt l'ortlant;s re and
a mother at San Francises. "
William Howard, city marshal, has
Sold his home on Copper avenue to
J. II. Lav1, rhe oonslderiitlon being
J2,00. Mi', and Mrs. Howard will
soon leave for Kansas City, Kan., to
look after some property .Interests.
SUB- R IG T O
Tweniy-Five Acres to Be Un
derlaid With Tile; First Sugar
Factory For Portales Assured.
peelnl rorreannndrnre to Morning Journal
Melrose. X. M., Dee. 29. A Chicago
man of means has urrlved In Melrose
with plan for extensive development
along Biib-irrlgstion lines. He has pur
chased the J. W. Jones place, west of
town and will begin at once to lay
tile for twenty-five acres. Negotla-
tlons are on for several other placet
and extensive tile-making and tile
laying operations will begin at on
In addition to this the word has
been brought here from Portalos that
the acreage necessary to secure the
first of the chain of sugar factories
has been secured. A number of Mel
rose farmers are signed up with this
enterprise and the establishment of
the factory means the growing of
beets on a large scale here.
Even last year, beets were success
fully grown in place about here with
out irrigation, so that the heavy
snows this winter makes It seem thst
some good tieet crops may be raised
this coining year, even where the
suear company' well are not put
down for irrigation.
A Series of revival meetings to be
held nt the M. E. church Will eom
nn nee Sunday evening, Rev. .1. Allen
Kay, presiding elder from El I'aso,
will have charge of the services as
sisted by liev. II. M. Bruce, the local
pastor of the church.
Big Snow Means Big Business
in Eastern New Mexico; Rail
road Construction is Being
Special Correspondence to Moraine Jnnrnul I
Tucurncari, X. il., Dec. 2S. II. 1.
Jones of "the First .National h.ir.k of
this city has acquired possession of
f!,o TucumcaiT ?ews, jmo of the old
est publications In this part of the
state, S. ji. Wharton haviu.; s'. a
over the management and editorship
of the paper. It Is said tin V. C.
Hawkins, at pnsent editor of. the
Montnya Republican, will art as ed
itor In the future. Mr. Wharton has
decided to open a Job printing plant
in the Carter building on West Mii'l
street and is at prenent in gotiaiipfc
with an t-astern iirm for the u-. essary
presses and equipment.' 'This will give
TilcuiVroal 1 three neu"ypis, aU of
which have jobliing dfli inno Ms. b
sides the one job printing establish
Traffic has begim from the plains
districts, the county roads having
been almost Impassable up to th.f;
time. According to all reports this
winter is a repetition of that six mils
ago when there uas one of the big
gest 1 ooms in the history of 1 1 1 - coun
try. Practically all of the snow whit h
fell during the last week wild Inlo
$2250 7-room frame, bath, furnish
ed, corner lot, good barn. So. Arno.
$1200 (-room frame, good lot, city
water, N. 8th at. $00 cash, bal
ance 8 per cent.
$3,000 beautiful four-room, modern
bungalow, hardwood floors, fire
places, large lot, good thade.
$1,900 4-room brick and B-room
frame, both on lot 150x1 42, High
land, close In; $900 cash; balance
8 per cent.
4000 6-room, up-to-dsto bungalow,
sleeping porch, hardwood floor.
N. 11th St,
I600 5-room frame, lawn trees. In
Highlands, on car Hue,
4600 7-room, stucco residence,
modern, steam heat, lot 76x141,
tann, good outbuildings, close In
MONEY TO M.N
, E1UK IXSEKAVCF
Ml South r'ou rib Street
Vimum T4 Vexi eu 'i..ffl.-e
A 4-room modern 1
Walter street; GO foot
largo porches. House
and is a very desirable
Let us show U to you
rick on South
lot, east from,
is nearly new
WANTED Neat appearing widow, 36
years old, destrcrt position as house
keeper for widower. IIox 12, Journal.
2 1 6 West Gold
a $ 3 o 0 cash.
Iiuslness In the
EOll KAI.E DIMNESS CHANCES,
-No. 1. .
Co.mil paying retail
net $2,oou per year,
Only restaurant in
town. A little mint. I'll
Nice little out-door I
city, lip-top chance for man who Is
not strong. $:io0 cash and let the bus
iness make a living and pay the relit.
Eour specially well located lots on
13th street, for $275 each. $20 cash,
balance to suit.
Thaxton & Co.
211 V. ;olil. I'liono 0R7
.'i. Ti:i I'osiiiini
in small family by
man or would like
AddreHK 23. 'Morning Journal
POSITION WANT!-;;!! by young wom
an stenographer; eight years' ex
perience; commercial and law; rapid
accurate, capable of talcing charge
of correspondence; thoroughly ex
perienced in office detail work. A-l
reference, c, C. Journal, or phone
W AXTKi. I'osi lion hlT'xTa'Hcnceu
collector, or will collect on eom
ml"s(or. : o. T' N . rare Jorrnnl.
H A .VIED every city
Arrangements have been complet
ed to have a series of debates between
the high schools of El Paso and Dcm-'ng.
Thp name of the monthly Journal
that Is Issued by the High school of
Doming is to be changed. The pre
sent name, Houiuhip," Is the same
as that i.sucd by the Agricultural
college at Mes! 11a Park.
the ground as thawing to
very slowly, and in consequi
ground Is said to be In an
shape as regards moisture,
thought that much produce
raised here this summer.
Several parcels of land have chang
ed hands during the past week. J.
X. C bb of Midland. Texas, W. H.
Conrad of Elephant Itutte, Paulina
Wehmhoener of Oklahoma and Miss
Mardee Erdelmey of Detroit have
Hch purchase,) tract of forty acres
each. It. H. D. Thompson
from Xew York has purchase a tract
of lfiO acres east of town
The Joint installation of the viri
ons Masonic bodies with a bai.quet,
was held In this city Wednesday ni!il
the ceremonies beginning at seven
o'clock In order to complete the w rk
in one even ins;. The. officers of -.he
order of (he Eastern Star wire 'Ir-o
InstHlltid. those of the IMue Iodi c next
and the Chapter last. After Hie cere
monies, a banquet was seri I ' he
members anil their friends in the Car
ter building on Went Main street.
MAN A UK US
and county, hundl
business known, legitimate, new, ex
elusive control, no Insurance or boitlt
canvasslmi. AiMrms Cluis. ilalHtcad,
CI W. 3llh St.. Xu York. .
wX'TKiTXuIuruei'Tcan girl to
help with housework. 1107 Ketil
WANTED (ilrl lor
work. . Apply, K2H
WANTED III I for KctirraE
work. Apply 211 So. High. j
WANTED An assistant bookkeeper,
well acquainted with town and peo
ple. I inpetial T.a u miry.
WXNrElT tin usV k cepcY, n ibldle
uged woman preferred; also woman
for general housework; steady work
for right women. ' Address Perma
nent." care Morning Journal.
WANTED -A girl lor general house
work. Call Mrs. Uoy Stainm, 323
EH EE LAND
(I'. S, Ooverniiieiit I
WATEIt EOU IKItlliATION
CLOSE TO ItAII liOAD.
1 1 EST VALLEY IN NEW
KESIDENCE ON LAND NOT
SEE IS NOW.
NEW STATE JtEM.TY CO.,
Suit 5, N.' T. Amiljo llld.
A AN TBI) l'ino. houMhold ood. mt
ttrd afviy nt Nuonibli vmtmm. Ad
vanci mad. Jphnti &4U. Th ruriiy
WtrhouH and Iraprovmnt Co. Offoa,
rooma I and 4. tlrant bioclt Tfctr 9tri
and Ontrat avenue.
FOR SALE Real Estate.
We have a five-acre alfalfa ranch
for sale, with a good house and . on
main ditch. Will sell or trade for city
property that Is improved.
M'CH till N HEXTEIU
;tli . t tiitral.
11 WCII I 'till SALE.
Land north of town at a bargain
IT you want laud north of Albuquer
que at less than It Is worth, with or
without Improvements, 12 acres or
less on main ditch. See me within
next few days at ranch one-half
mile north of government Indian
school. No better location near Al
buquerqua for a country home. Lewis
Jones, (lianchl Albuquerque. N. M
tir SA1-K "oli Tit A UK Ten-uei.
unproved ranch, for city property
Home Realty Co.t 402 W. Central.
" FOR SALE HOUSES
CO It aALb-Wllulr, ul ptil fcwli lulb.
new three-room hous, sleep'tic
porch. Easy walking dlstanca. Ideal
for Health seeker. 1402 N .rtb Sec
FOR RENT Rooms.
Furnished rooms; mod
Apply 608 H W Central.
en m heated
EOR SALE Seven-room house
steam heat, double plumbing; '
fine home, flood out-buildings. Lot
7fixL42. B 1 1 V . Silver.
EOR SALE Xlftv bungalows. See ua
ubout building for you helore buy
ing. Home Realty Co.,. 402 W. Cen
EOR KALE Elve-rooni brick, $l7r..
4-room frame, $lt!.r.O. Cash or easy
payments. Also lots. W. 11. McMII
Ibm. aU. W fiold.
W HO WANTS N I0W 3-KOOM
Hi il'SE, 1IAUX, TWO LOTS, t
CHEAP? SEE OWNER. 80!) E.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
I I i'l!.l lii I lltvf U'l mill il lll
t'ndirwood Typewriter Co. I I W
rcl( ve. Phone 144
EOR SALIC -2 3-4 II. P. Indian Mo
torcycle, $75. E. S. Hopping.
EoR SALE Klv passenger automo
bile In guud order. Cash or pay
ments. V. Futrello, 114 West Coal.
I'OR SALE Threu hundred and fif
ty shares if .Occidental Eire Jnsur
unce Co.' stock. Address Ho D D,
Magilalena, N. M.
e7mBALI': A "Sterling'' uprlgiv
concert grand piano; a fine Instru
ment. Inqulte Orand Central Hotel,
bolt HALE or wll"Trrtde i'or Indian
rug, black iinriiiy goat, tin;, s. 2nd.
For HKNT Furnished bedroom,
modern to person of employment.
jt20 So. Edith.
Poki'll room for rent
North Scv nth St.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished EXTRACTED HONEf, 60-lb. can for
rooms with board. Home cooking.1 $5. ifl-ib. pnl f.ir II: heeswat, ISC
Appty2- N.K.lilh. ibi j. o. Hoj H02; phone 1287J. W.
70 3W. Sijver
foil RENT 2 furnished rooms 1,11
light housekeeping; large closet ; pi
ano; private entrance; reasonable. 420
P. Allen. Albiiuuerque. N M.
FOR RENT Dwellings.
work In small
to Mrs. J. E.
for general house
family. Apply C20
Woman for general
family of three; apply
Pcarce, 718 W. Central
FOR RENT Room. Electric light
and bath. 31s Wist Lend.
HI'.'AI TI 1' I 1, sunny front room In 11
low house. Address OOD West
FoR RENT --Tin ee furnished rooms,
with or without board, liori N. 4th.
FoR RENT Two unl iiriiisbed rooms
lai-je closet anil bath. t!33 South
FOR It EXT One f urnished "front
room, tils North Second street.
FOR RENT Modern" rooms. Rio
lirande Rooming House.
Foil RENT.-- Well located
furnished Hat. Private bath.
Thaxton Ii Co.
? MONTHLY AVERAGE
Mrs. Louisa Ii. Sherwood, of Tu
curncari, secretary of the Rebeka.i
general assembly of New Mexico, as-
n ccntly sisted bt, Mrs. Deoliviera of Tucum-
carl and George Hrlngle of Naia Visa,
instituted a ludge of Itelx-kah al
Nara, Visa this week. Two classes
were given instruction In 'lie work o!
the order find the following officer
were elected for the coming year:
Mrs. Matlie Hrlngle, X. !.; Mrs. Ida
Slks. V. tr.; Mrs. Alice Thonm, ec-
letary; Mr. Oladys Cragg, treasurer.
any kind of hand work done
sonably. Phone 116(1.
Albuquerque Parcel Ragga
livery. Phone 47, Kaba ft ojiinn.
WANTED Sacks. Hahu coal yard.
H HSl I'ATTuckTT 18 West "Silver
agent for Spiri lla corset. I'lrst
class dressmaking at rcasonabh
FOR RENT Five rooms, unfurn
ished, for rent; modern conven
iences. Apply 215 W. Marquette Ave.
FOR RENT Furnished front room
for two gatitiemen. No sick. Apply
401 South llrourinny.
WANTED Day work or practical
nursing: confinements a pccl!ty.
Mrs. E. Hoyle, 113 N. th.
The snowfall ha been especially
heavy north of this place and clear
'to the breaks. There is much wheat
sown In that section, all of which is
The house of Ira Manna was dc
ftroyed by fire, with ll Its contents,
the day following Christmas. The
iTigin of the fire is not known.
Henry Dnwen wa called to Okla
homa on Christmas, by the death of
his fon Charles, who was Vllled In a
Out of resjiert to the Powell f.,m
11 v. the play. "The Miller s Daughter."
whkh was to have heen given by the
Public school f,,r the benefit of the
orau fund, has ln iMwtponcd.
Month Just Past Recorded a
Few Unusual Temperatu'Ci
in the Weather Lme For Al
buquerque. The month of December just past
broke a few records for Albuquerque
in the mntinT line in the official
data compiled by Local Observer A.
C. Hcymann show.
The avcrace temperature for the
month waa Ji degrees. The avera-ge
Additional Machinery in the shape
of a stone (rusher and sieves, has
I eon Installed nt the Sind ,-prlngs
rravel pit tast of lure on the Rock
Island mad and tlilrtv men are at
j work getting out ballast for the road.
; It Is reported that tin- work of grad
ing 'e Tiieumi an in ! Memphis rail
way to the east of this place will bo
.complete, this summer. The pit l
said to coiilaln rome of the hot ma
terial for bell.istlng of any pit on the
XL M. 7reeiil,.iuiH Is siiffcrlii;' from
Injuries received a result of lielne
thrown from a watrni by a frightened
team "which he was holding,
assisting In lifting a heavy I.
the wagon when the horse
frightened, throwing him out
pulling the wagon over his bodv
was tiol dangerously hurt.
Christmas Cui hm txen busy
Mi.rri.igi s rt-jiotcd nre thr.M of Kr1
!nl Kehervm Smith: fI-orse
VcntTOmerr and Cora Runyan; L.
Hawkin and Lettie Lemin.
The I.t by building on
treet which was p.irtially destroyed
ty fire last summer through tin ex
plosion f.f a gssolire stove, is being
I ( I rep. 1 ire, 1. a permit h iving bcei, 1.1. uit-
l'l Mrs. Mary Refrt, the (ni-r at th
' I:. ..ui..n ..f 1 1, ..In- i-min. ,1
maximum JS. degrees and the
average minimum 11.1 decree. The
maximum temperature .." ue
grcs on the Jth; the minimum
decrees below Bin on the 2fith, and
the rreatot daily range 4 dcr-es
on the 2th. The total pnilpitation ,
for the month ws .24 inches, and Thr Eu-lne r.irmcr. pnblica-
the greatest precipitation In ny 2 4 ! of El l'ao, Texas, has written
hours was . I inch- on the 2-".th. The here that a business man of that place,
total mowlall was J.2i im he for the ha otfen-d to build a creamery In
month. There were two day on which j Tucurncari and take a part of the
th-r ai more than .! Im hn of stock. If the merchants of tins ci!
reclpltation. III support him Ir, the work. Partt
Trier were 12 1r davs. part-1 in Tu-ume,ir, sre in correspondence
1 t'-.udy and 11 totally tloudj. Iwith El Taso. A niovemoii has been
CAN SHOW you I build everything,
from a chicken coop to a modern
home at a minimum cost. Come sec
the beautiful bun,:alows just complet
ed. If. Keller, 723 North Eighth. Plume
rne i'" ' 12 W. Ckt Ave.
woi.Kiva a sox.
Complete Irrigation Plants.
.CENTS EOll SIMPLE Oil. EN
FallMte and Aeromotor Wlndmlllx.
Orpbeum llntttcr Itldg.
I jillrcly KcfiiriiMied;; Everything
New anil MiHlcru; HuUn I leu finable
Mrs. W. F Holloway
FOR RENT 1004 Forester avenue, fi
room brick house, with large
looping porch. Inquire Edward
Frank, nt 314 N. 11th st.
FOR RENT Throe-room modern
furnished house, 4 10 South Foul III.
Inquire Room r, Hi ant building,
3 03 la W. Central. Also modern
liitnlsheil rooms In tiranl flats,
FoR RENT Two-room furnished
cottage, with sleeping porch, $ 1 2 . Ti 0 .
Highland car line. 1204 South Edith
For RENT--Modern houses,-, 5. in
rooms. Six-room flats, steam
heat. W. H. MeMllllon, 21;, W. Hold.
IL W. I. HKYAN
Office In First National Bank Build
Ing. Albuquerque, N. M.
JOHN W. "W ILHON
Room lR-17-lt Cromwell Bid;.
Re, phone 1522 W. Office phone 117$
l.t-OROE S. HLX'K
Room 8-9. Stern Block
Albuquerque, N. M.
American Surety Pond.
IU. J E. KRAFT
Roome S-S, Harnett llldg.. Phone 744
Appointments made hv msll
W. J. hllAIlLU;lJrMTDe
Specialist Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat
Q er Walton's drug store, Phons 1177
A. U. KHOIITEL, M. T
Practlc Limited to
Hours, 9 to 11.
124 U w. Central Avs.
Over Walton's Drug Stor.
W. M SHERIDAN, M. D.
Practice Limited to
The Wassermnnn and Noguchl Teat.
Salvarsnn ' 60fl" Administered
Htste National Park Hulldtn
Mtutquerque. N. M.
t;i:t. 1:. woo 1 is, m. n.
Physician anil Surgeon, (Irani llldg.
Phones: Olfhi- 1121; ltcslilcixc 1."22W
JtM I'll S. IPES, M. D.
Suite 1-3, Whitney Hldg.
Honrs -1 p. 111. Phone 1110-81:1
xv. n7 v rn:itsoN7 ' dT
Diseases of women and obstetrics.
Over Walton's ilrio.' foic. Phone 118$
SOLOMON I,, HI It'lOV, M. I).
Phvslclnn and Surrron
'Suite 9. P.irnett Rtlg
RTIM It WAI.KEH
Fire Insurance, Secretary Mum.
Handing Association. Phone 696
$17 West Central Aenu.
ISAItll, D. V, 8.
Graduate Chicago Vet. College, 1191
Office and Hospital, cor. First and
Murquettw. Phone 777. day end nlteht.
FOR SALE Furniture.
FtlR SALE Paby bed. book cne,
mattress, springs, range, and book
case; In good condition. Hnrgaln 313
Albuquerque Planing Mill Co.
I'or all kinds of mill work phono 403,
(. IIox 077
FOR RENT Six-room and bath, new
and modern, tins inngo In kitchen,
hot water hint; furnished or unfur
nished. Inoulru blS North Fifth St.
It. W. Wclillcln, Manager.
M I OltCII TS'H I'l !( TI ATTIOS.
Indencil Weekly ReHirds.
Inillviiliuil llntliigx OlliM'tlonM,
III S. 4th St,
Mlonpieripie. New Mexico,
GRANNIS RIDINO SCHOOL.
First Class Riding Horse
Phons 103 0. 1 14 W. Silver.
K02Vj W. Central Ave.
Remodeled and Refurnished Complete
Rooms $8 to $12 per month; 60c per
day; reduction by week.
A few convenient housekeeping
MRS. O. .KIVSDAI.E.
FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry
resh laid yard eggs.
tz. 4 I 3 W. Atlantic.
till; SALE Horse, ride or drive, 410
Ooff Smith, SIS W. Copper.
FOR RENT Apartments.
t her not.
WAN'I KD 1s.iiii
'0 a tinxvn for
f it p'mh r:i fit
rv to ti ul htm
I l -N lJ A w III
same by blent
this ad. s"1 I"'
1. ot to r i nn bii
tying and paying for'
1 renter Ave.
cn for several Keck to d-tnhlish a
reamer j- bre and much has alrcad.
been d'-ne aloit the line of tnoitm.
the nectssary uoik cows hi the loiintv
If th(. 1 re. him iv in placed at tin
point, a si piir.il r station v ill h,- in
stalled at l.lcl. . . it is sabl.
Fi'R It i:NT Model n fnrnishe.l an.'
In.iisekei ping roolllH, Wet k or
rconth V -slo inkier I'hnp. He
I'iiK RENT -Three lurnlshul rooms
I r Itcht hoosi keeping, ( lose In,
cr i'iul floor. b ai. Imiulre J. M.
Solhe'H furniture hi ore, coi in r Sec
ond ami Silver.
1-HR RENT-'I Koaicely 'furnished
boiisekci ping iiioins. Electric light
ami bath. Rent icanoiiahh to pel in
aiient tenn.-tnis fall Sunday or eve
tniij. 21" North Fourth street.
F'R RENT Two large Iront iimnii
lor lluht housekeeping. No Slek.
:.:. W. Iad.
F''R KENT- Three furnished rooms
lor light houi k I'piug : modi ru
convenience. Apply 213 We-t .Mar.
FOR SALE Team of heavy dluligbt
horses, with wagon and harness
complete. Albuiiierijue Foundry and
For SALE Collie dog, one year
old. Call Dili W
SALE A pedigreed Huston
terrier, female. Two thoroiigh
Freiieh Poodles, lllllle and fe
Apply II. E. Zels.r, 111 X. till
FOR SAI.i:- Uiying pullets.
Island Reds end Leghorns.
1 .1 ad a e.
Hudson for Signs
Ml I.ES C
LAND 1.1 VI
P OF OiuiD
IA '. VIM SELL
ALL AT MH;il-
Dill.V MAIL SERVICE AMI STAtir
1 ir the famous Hot Springs ot
miz. N M Leaves A Ibuiiuergut
P. . eiery morning it It a. .n. T1 k
et. 40I1I nl Viito Hn in North i'lril
-ir.-it I.UIMi i.Rl. nr.,. e(.,tir
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I la? s I111111 In n, Phone U41 W.
WANTED At once, a partner with
$.'i0 or $::iia. in a good husim-HM In
ton; already started and doing nice
Iv. Addrt ss pox 1 It v.
Ii IS been
1 the clt
propi.si d by
t he liM.it ion
Iomt t h 1 n
the council pi
of the rrd-ligh
tbre,. miles Inn
making It a crime to haul p.issi-tiger-
to or from the 0 trict. War has bi--i.
ware, 1 upon tb denizens of the dis
trict for the laM 'wo year. It Is Slid
that if a new l-.i rttii.n is '-itxhlisheil
j ills ile the tbi'c mile lhni : s re-
iureil by the niinanic. ttie coctity
dficirs will j
I MI'IOl MI NT AlilAIT.
SHI . Silver liiiHH-
;.i I I
j t.ii PER WORD 110.1 rung ct.iasltlcj
I ads In X lendim- papers In the
'. S. Send fui list. The D.'ik Ad
! ertii-ln Agency. 43$ Main St.. Los
Angeles, or 12 Geary St-. Hsn Frau-
SANTA FE TIME TABLE
eirl. I '.
noti rs. labori ik. otfi
1 oti.ntli. room and 1
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w 11 11 1 x pi 1 - j
cute tee matter.
Try a Journal Want Ad. Results
, WAN TED - Dliig 1 lei
b lie. IV o. I. ox m;. 1
'EARN " we.kiy taking orders" for j
I Cut Kale grix crb-.. iiuttii f ree.
Stand ird line , ry Co., IJ2 Arcade,
I I level ami. o
WANTED lei', .u once, for general
mi ri h ii. Iisi- store in country. Stall
age and 1 npi i 11 111 i aim 'ant K"Sit!i.n
Jiebl and f urn i-h fi Drences. Must
und' rslarol Spaninh. W rite A. R. Co.,
L -T llclween Koioa mi l Central 01
1 1th fj.. gold thimble marked R. S
M. Return to Journal and r ive
-T- A pair
1 itbln the 1 irt Hiri e
1 11 to J01 1 11.1 1 1 1 1
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Results From Journal Want Ads
Effective November t2tli, lll.
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