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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1912.
SEVEN. nnrnill ATflDO III DrLUULHIUIId FOR POLITICIANS TO GETBUSY DULLEST WEEK OF YEAR -: ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE Big Operators Desert the Mar ket While Professional Trad ers Find' Little Opportunity . For Activity, .' ; in. Morning .lunrniil friwlal lwl Wlre.l New York, Feb. 18. Conditions in ivall str et last week were suggestive of the vanition Reason rather than of the middle of winter. The largest operators In storks took almost no i,art in the. market nni! the profes sional trader did little. Quotations moved back and forth in an irresolute manner and th.i market developed no definite tendency. . The political Bltuation was regarded a, a restraining influence. Uncertain ty af to the. policies to be outlined by ihe two (treat parties and as to tho candidate to be selected caused trad ers to exercise unusual care In making commitments. Traffic and genwral business conditions, moreover, areBtlll unsatisfactory and furnish no motive for Mock market operations. The government report of foreign tiiide fur January wan favorable, al though less so than In the first month list year. Reports on merchandise wrre'the largest in the country's his Inry exceiit in 1908, but the value of agricultural exports has been exceed ed several limes. The advance in copi'er shares was the iiuwit conspicuous movement of the week on the stock exchange. The foreign bank statements made a somewhat better showing than last week. The local financial situation remained virtually unchanged. Ex-, piirtation of Bold to Kurope was hall- The railroads showed a disposition to take advantage of the present case of money by coming into the market for funds. Several bond Issues were announced and it is understood that ,,thers nre uroleetea. J ne issues pui On the market were absorbed readily, although it was said toward the end f the week that the demands for honds showed some signs of diminu tion. HEAVY FOTIPMKNT OBDF.KS HIOH RAILROADS EXPECTED. N-w York, Feb. 18. The. steel mills are deriving considerable satisfaction from the fact that the railroads soon must place additional large orders for equipment. Capacity of the largest mills Is al ready well sold and consequently ideas of higher prices ara entertained. On the other hand it Is Inferred from the claim that the cur manufacturers have given options on 25,000 cars at olcise to the minimum prices thut prevailed last year, that soma ex tn inely low prices for finished steel products have been made. Although contracts were placed last week for only 1,900 cars, orders for 2o,000 additional are pending and the New York Central und the Pennsyl vania are understood to be preparing (.permeations for 1.1,000 to 20,000. The St. Ixiujs & Southwestern and miscellaneous lines probably will order r..000 additional, making a total of 50,(100 cars likely to be ordered In Ihe next few months. Hall contracts aggregated 78,000 Ions including 25,000 tons for the Northern Pacific; 12,000 for the Nor folk Western and 16,000 for export to Australia. Contracts for nearly 150, 000 tons are pending. Steel building orders called fur 12,000 tons of fabri cated shapes, and about 30,000 ton additional are pending, of th total fabricated orders placed the railroads ordered about 7,500 tons. The West ern I'nlon Telegraph Company build ing in New y(rk, which is to be erect id in set Hons that call for an aggre gate of 11,000 tons of steel, Is again before the fabricators. RAILWAY PRESIDENT ASKS FARMERS' CO-OPERATION FOR BETTER HIGHWAYS I Serial Correnpoadeaee Morulas JaaraaJ Washington, D. C. Feb, 15. In a statement Just Issued by W. W. Flnley. president of the Southern Hallway Company and chairman of the execu tive committee of the American Asso ciation for Highway Improvement, an earnest plea is made to farmers of the country to Join forces with a view of improving the country highways which radiate from market towns or shipping centers. "Hroadly speaking." says President Ffnley, In his statement, "country highways may be divided Into two general classes those which may be denominated trunk lines, running for long distances and connecting the clt let un.l towns along their routes, and thofe which radiate, from a market town or shipping station. "The first of these elasses the trunk line highways afford Ideal r,utes for tourists. There are some loctlnie, especially those most fre quented by tourists, where the con unietltin of trunk line highways of this class ia hlehlv desirable and their improvement necessarily benefits the farmers adlacent to them. "At the risk, however, of seeming to h,. actuated by the interest of the railways, I have no hesitation In say Ins that, if the greatest good is to be done to the greatest numbers, the farmer is more Interested In the Im plement of the roads of the second eirs which I have mentioned those dialing from a market town or ship P g station. "By giving attention, first, to those Parts of the roads Immediately adja cent to the towns and shipping sta tion and extending improvements out into the country year after year as funds msv became available, entire re '"' will' be traversed by good roads. Then, by connecting up adjoining sys ttiris ,.f theae radiating roads, trunk "nes and through mod for tourists 'll antimately be formed. "Improvement of thee radiating ras will be lcnefi lal to not only ,hl farmer, but also to a large pro Portion ,,f the dwellers In cities and t"ns. They il enLirte the trade 'f r'il merchants, facilitate the work f rural wmil Burners, and extend the limit -witl, in wr,1rh bw-al newspapers J8" I ir uLiicl.ou the day f pub-'"atiun." tin i jrirnuLJL RkuIIs From Journal Want Ads HIT! IADMIlCl COLONY MEAR PORTALES Orientals Engage in. Truck Farming Under Ditch; Said to Be Vanguard of a Large Settlement, Special rorrenponarar to Morning Joorosfl Clovis, N, M., Feb. 10. The Jap anese colony hero have- secured St tract of land near Portales under tho ditch,- and tiulto a number of the Orientals have- gone there to do truck farming. The leader of the colony says ir they make good this year he will bring a large number of Japanese lrom the east another year and settle a large Japanese colony.. In tho irri gated sections of eastern New Mexico. Among the Valentine social func tions this week, perhaps tho most im portant were those given by Alias Jcwtll Bayless, who was hostess to the Y. 11. 1. Ci. .club and th--1r friends, in a beautiful and attractive Valentino party Tues day evening, and the one given it the home of Mrs. K. O. chlldors at her home on North Wallace street, who was hostess to the Missionary circle of the First Methodist church. At this last named social more than 100 persons attended In the course of the evening. Ed. T. Haesey, a prominent mer chant of this city, was culled yester duy by wire to the bedside , of his father at Oage, Oklahomu, who was stricken with paralysis yesterday morning. The elder , Massey Jh'81 years old and up to the time of his sudden Illness was in a fair state of health. Mr. Massey left on tho noon train for the Oklahoma town. , HOW COLD EFFECTS THE KTD- - - NEY8. Avoid inking cold if your kidneys are sensitive. Cold congests the kidneys, throws too much work upon them, and weakens their action. Serious kidney trouble and even Bright' dis ease may result. .Strengthen your kidney, get rid of the pain and sorer ness, build them up by the timely use .f Foley Kidney Pilla. Tonic in ac tion, quick In results. J. H. O'Rielly .'o, Try a Journal Want Ad. Results LEGAL NOTICE OK MASTKH 8 S DEIl .MORTGAGE. Notice Is hereby given that as spe cial master in chancery, under ap pointment by the Judge of the district court of the fifth Judicial district of Chaves county, territory of New Mex ico, I will sell at public venue for cash at tho front door of the , court house of Chaves county. In Hoswell, New Mexico, on the Cth day of April, 1912, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of that day the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots Seven 7 and eight (8) In block three (3 ) Acc quis sub-division of lots 2 and 3, as shown on the official plat thereof on file In the probate clerk's office and ex-officlo recorder of Chaves county. New Mexico, sid property to be sold to satisfy JudKinent and costs, in cuse number 2147, Itoswell Lumber Com pany, a corporation, vs. Leonardo Es pcricueat and Presciliana Esperlcuctn, Judgment rendered on November first 1911, and was based upon Ihe fore closure of a mortgage deed, dated fifth day of September, 1907, and recorded in the probate clerk's office and ex- olf.c.o recorder or Chaves county, New Mexico, the 11th d:iy of September, 1907, in Hook V, page 207, of mort gages. Said mortgage deed was given to secure the payment of one certain promissory note, for the sum of ill 44.70, with Interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum, and at the date of foreclosure there was due on sa'd note, with interest, 1419.20, and there was due the plaintiff the further sum on said Judgment $41.90. attorney's foe, as provided In said note and de cree. There is also due the costs of this sale and the special master"s fee. JOHN ROSE. Fef). 19-20. Special Muster call roil Bins. Sealed proposals, under Chapter 140 of the lawH of the 38th legislative As sembly of the Territory of New Mex ico, will be received at the of I ice of the Orchard Irrigation District at Farmington, New Mexico, up to noon of March 12, 1912, for the construc tion of approximately forty (40) miles of ditch to include diversion dam and headgate in the Animas liivir mar Cedar Hill. San Juan County, New Mexico, also all Humes, syphons, over- shots, culverts, wastcways, brldgi f and tunnels en route; according to maps, plans and spoclrlcuticits row on Die and which can be seen at the office of said district In Farmiiig'.ou, Ntw Mexico. The ssid plana and specifications in clude approximately two hundred and seventy thousand, eight hundred anu forty (270,840) yards of earth, nine teen thousand (19,000) yards of loose rock, one hundred twenly-tlve thou- rand (125,000) yards of sandstone. four thousand three hundred and aixty 4,30 1 feet of tunnel, one thou sand five hundred thirty-two (1,532) feet of syphons, and two thousand one hundred forty CM 4" I feet of flume. The said work will be paid for In bonds of the district at pifr. The ruccessful bidder will be re quired to embody in bis contract with the district a provision requiring him to put and maintain water through the ditch, when completed, for s period of ten H days. In the amount of at least one-half ( of a full hei.J at the lower end of the ditch fr which the district will pay an addi tional compensation In an amount not to exceed twenty-rive thousand (25,000) dollars in bonds of the dis trict at par. Work under the contract must bo begun within aixty (0 days of the date of the approval of the contract by the electors of the district, as re o Hired by . w. and shall le prosccutvd continuous' y to completion within two years fronf the date of ronim -nccment of the w. k; the wh"te worn wn. n complete- shall include the delivery to the di h of onc-bair ( ' head .if water as .love provided. The V rk shall ! dne under the dlrectio: and to the atisfai linn of the ng neer of Ihe disirict In charge, and ahull be approved bv the buard of directors of the district. penalties of forfeiture f a part of the contract price wii Ik provided In Hie contact for failure to prosecute ami cKile4e the work nnder the t-rm of he csntract and within the time limit; Kara bids must e accompanied by s certified Aiitck fur on thousand h The Joiinm&ll Wsumt CoJuMmiis IF to (11,000) dollars, to be forfeited 111 event the successtiil bidder falls to enter into tho contract with the dls trlct In pursuance of his bid. The successful bidder will be ro quired to furnish a surety company bond satisfactory to the board of di rectors of the district in a sum equal to ,ne-tenth (1-10) of the contract price, conditioned for the faithful performance of his contract. The bonds of iho district will bear interest from July 1. 1912, and the contractor must agree to pay the first year's interest on the bonds used and held to pay for the work under his bid. Hlds will be publicly opened at the office of the district, in the First Na lional Punk building, in Farmington, New Mexico, at 2 o'clock p, m. on the twelfth (12th) day of March, 1912, and the contract will be award ed to the lowest responsible bidder, but the board of directors of the dis trict reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to readvertiso for pro posals, or to proceed to construct the work under its own superintendence. Dated at Farmington, New Mexlct), this 14th day of February, 1912. C. S. CAMI5UO.V, AUTUl'U SEVKll, j H. ,K. COItN, JU Heard of Directors of the Orchard Irrigation District. Attest; A. M. EDWARDS, Secretary. (District Seal.) First publication, February 19, 1912. Last publication, February 20, 11. 2 19-20 1 NOTICE OF I'OIIKt J.OSl'ltK .S.M.K. .No. 1476. , In the District Court, Kddy County, New Mexico. U K. Knight.' Plaintiff, vs. T. H. Wentherby, K. W. Wright, Maggie Wright, A. A. Luther, A. L, Noiv . fleet, Thos. I. Norlleet, and Un known Claimants of Interest, De fendants. , The foregoing entitled action, pend ing, in said court, is a suit to recover the-amount, Including 10 per cent thereon aH attorney's fees, of said H. W. Wright and Maggie Wright's three certain negotiable promissory notep of $706.66 each, bearing 8 per cent per annum interest from date, pay able: annually; for the foreclosure of said defendants' certain mortgage, se curing said notes, on the SW. Sec, 30, Twp. 10 S., U. lis :., N. M. P. M., said notes and Kald mortgage being executed and delivered or the paymenf thereof assumed by said four first? named defendants to the favor of Bald plaintiff In due course; for the quiet Ing of plaintiff's title or Interests in and to said property against all of said defendants: and for nil costs, In cluding costs of sale. Notice is hereby given that Jan. 10, 1912. Judgment and decree was ren dered by said court In said cause for plaintiff in the sum of 12,992. , which at the date of salo will amount to 13.052.75; for the foreclosure of said mortgage; for, quieting tho titla o said property; and for the sale thereof to satisfy said judgment, coals, ami costs of sale. Notico is hereby further given that bv reason of said judgment and de cree of said court, as special master duly appointed by said court, 1 will sell on April 11, 191;.', at 2 o'clock p. in., at Vendue, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the front door of the courthouse in Carlsbad. New Mex ico, to tutisfy said Judgment, Interest and costs, said SVV. V, of Sec. 80, Twp. 16 S., H. 2 K.. N. M. P. M., and the improvements thereon. Dated: Carlsbad, N. M., Feb. 12, 1912. VV, M. MLTU'HANT. 2 19-26 Special Master. HELP WANTED Male. VNfc5uLoTMEATT 210 XV. silver Phono S54 WANTED Teamsters, laborers, and waitresses; good woman cook. WANTED Hrlght boys, between ages of 14 and 16, for errand boys, at ine jiiconoinist WANTED Young man to assist in drug store. Must have some ex perience. AudIv to W. Y. Walton, druggist. WANTED Hoys. Call early. Weston Union Telegraph Co. WANTED Young man, 16 to 20 years old, to clerk. Fee's Candy store. WANTED Men at tOS Angeles. Can learn trade. Fair wages after sec ond month. Automobiles, electricity, plumbing, bricklaying. Practical work on actual Jobs. 1200 students last five years. Only few months re quired. United Trade School, Los An geles. HELP WANTED Female. WANTED NurBe girl. Apply Mr. I. Welnmsn. 708 West Copper. WANTED Girl to help with house work. 1 West Roma avenue. WANTED GIN tor general house, work; no children. Call 614 South Third street. WANTED A girl for kitchen work. Apply 222 West Silver WANTED A competent girl for general housework and cooking. Apply to Mrs. N. T. Armljo, C2I W. Copper avenue WANTED Responsible parly to take charge of dining-room and kitchen In Capitol hotel, or will rent to the right party at reasonable price. Ad dress Mrs. I C. Kennedy, Santa Fe. New Mexico. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED Carpet cleaning. n K. Central. Phons DRESSMAKING New York dre muker recently arrived. Prices rea- sonable. Call 204 N. Arno street. WANTED House building and gen eral Job" work. Rarton Keller. rhone l?9l W. Phone II. Office 41 9 W. Onsper Av& WOLKINO Jk SON, Ooaaplete IrHcation riant. AGENTS FOR ftlMPLB OIL Bit GINK CO. ErfJpM and Arromotor Windmill Well drilling and repairing. WANTED DrfSsmakine or Will sew bv the day. 411 S. Edith St. rhone 1009. I'lNDKliK for the hauling, at Hotel t"r. Phone tO. TANNING Furs well tanned and mounted; made tip if desired. Phone Its. It. i. Cook, 10iJ Ftrester. 1 I ... . .is. ' YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MONEY. TO LOW. On furniture, pianos, organs, horses, wagons and other chattels; also on salaries and warehouse receipts; as low as 110.00 and as high as tlsO.00. Loar are quickly made and strictly private. Time one month to one year given. Goods to remain in your pos session. Our rates are reasonable. Call and tee us before borrowing. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. PR1VATR OFFICES Open Evenings. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO, Kooni 3 and 4, Grant Building. 803 54 West Central Avenue. FOR SALE. $1600 4-rootn brick, and D-room frame, lot 50x142. Highlands, close in. $600 cash, balance 8 per cent. $3500 6-room, modern brick, hot water heat, corner lot, sidewalks, trees; terms. $29uu 5-room brick, modern, good cellar. N. Fourth street, close In. $3200 5-room brick, modern, hard wood floors, firs place, corner lot. Highlands; $700 cash, balancs 8 per cent. $3800 5-room modern bungalow, lot 75x150, lawn, trees. N. 11th 8t. $800 4-room frame, good lot, shade trees, near shops. Easy terms. $2250 7-room framo, bath, furnish ed, corner lot, good baru. So, Arno. MONEY TO LOAN. FIKK IXKCItANCE. A. FLEISCHER 111 South Fourth Street. Phone M7I. Next to New Postnffki. FOll SALE Good, clean stock of nidse.; located In good community and on railroad; Kood business impor tunity. Address Hot 4, Lyden. N. M. $1.25 PKH WORD Inserting classified ads In 36 leading papers In the (J. 9 Send for list. The Daks Adver- 1.1 . Af Unln Hi T nm An. geles. or 12 Oeary St.. San Frsnrlsco. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry - - ..j.sfcas FOB SALK Fine saddle or driving mare. 516 West Copper. Foil SALK Well bred Collie pups. McSpadden, 1400 8. lidwy. Phone 724. FOH SALK Eggs fr hatching from thoroughbred Huff Plymouth Kocks. 618 South High street. WH1TK PLYMOUTH ROCKS, 15 egas for $1. 11. H. Harris, 610 S. Lduli Phone 73. FOK SALK Good driving horse, cheap. S:e Henderson, Singer Sew ing Machine office. FOR SALK Thoroughbred eggs for hatching. . Ul ick Lanshans. 10V Forester Ave. Phone 326; KOGS W. Legnorn, 6 cts.; H. Hock. 6 cts.; Huff oinlngton, 8 cts.; Ckls. forsHle. 21l, V""! FOnTsALE Good 1100-pound mare, broke single and double. Grannls Riding School. 1 14 W. Silver, FOR SALK Kino driving horse, buggy and harness. A bargain if tiiken at once. 4 lit S. Arno St. FOR SALK Horse and curt, suitable for mail carrier or butcher. Ap- ly 710 West Lead avenue. For SALK Cycle Hatchers and Obi Trusty Jncubatorj eggs for hatch ing. Phone 1402-J. Hillswell ranch, Albuquerque. FOR SALK Hlaok ljtngshan eggs, $i,00 per setting, from prise win ning stock, Kl Paso and Kansas City; also dozen Plymouth Rock pullets. 212 South Rroadway. FOR SALK Eggs for hutching from pure bred R. C. R. I. Reds und Or pington Kellers! nils, winter layers: prise winners Stute Fair 1S11. phone JOIN II. 1018 West Central. FOR SALE Eggs for hatching, fresh every dav from thoroughbred R. I. Reds, H. Rocks, W. Orpingtons and W. Rocks, Also Orpington cockerels. Phone 1510 W. 41$ S. Rroadway. FOR SALE Thoroughbred eggs for hatching from winter layers. S. C. Black Mlnorcas $1 per 13. Barred Plymouth Rocks $1 per 15; 8. C, White Leghorns $1 per IS; Wm. Piets. 411 West Atlantic. Phone 1 483 W. MOUNTAIN view rancn. 1 mile north of Old Town. Eggs from thoroughbred White Leghorns, Black Mlnorlcas. 1L C. and S. C. R. I. Reds; $1 per setting. E. E. Booth, P. O., Old Albuquerque. - Ekifs for hatching, two Pens White Wyandottes, $1.S0 and $2.00 per l-. R. C White Orninctons. $1 per 15. Thoroughbred and prise winners, P O. Bor. 417. Acme Poultry Yards, No. lilt N. 6th. FOR SALE Thoroughbred eggs for hatching, II. C R. I. Reds. Mottled Anconus and B. P. Rocks. Also baby chicks. Book orders early. 1 K. Tnomas, 717 E. Haseldlns Ave,, P. O Box 111. EGGS FOR HATCHING from the lst of laying afrain, $1.00 for 13. Illack Mlnorcas. barred rock: 222 eg rec ord; single comb leghorn. WyckofTrose and s'ngle. comb R. L reds. All choice and healthy. Visitors always wel come. Inspection solicited. Ihone UR. Ideal Poultry Ranch, Old A Iboquernue. EGGS for hatching; Hred-to-Lay Barred Rocks: (go well strain direct!; hens with records last year of 200 to 231 egiss: mated tn 11-pound cock from 200-egg hen; that Is a show bird; eggs from. ) pen $1 for li: from general lick. $1.0 for IS or J per hundrt; come see them. Mra. F. It. Van Meter, old Albuquerque, next door to Ideal Poultry Ranch, north of oi Town. GET EARLY CHICKS They rrow better than late hatches. Let m" sell you some, or take your order for later delivery. If y hay eggs u want hatched, bring them to me. My 2.000-erg hot atr lneulstor is plac ed in a rellur and witl hatch more and better chirks. Not less than "5 eggs; harge Jc per egg. Come and see. ITIcj for rhickena, February de-lix-ety: IVirrod lb k P'r 100: Whit- Iefh.rns, Ie. $14 per 10. For March: Rrre,i Itocks, -. $1( per 10; R. I. Reds, I7c, $14 per ISO; Whits Ix-shurns, l&e. $1J per 10. W. Vsndersluls, Box 241. Phone ($t. BUSINESS FOR SALE Owner Is leaving city, and must sell at once. Hero is an opportunity for you if you want a good paying business. -Cull and let us show it to you. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS Porterficld Co. 216 West Gold RANCHES. P.inplipR? Did vnn snv Itanrhcs? i If we can't show the best selection of Hunches, you have seen In this valley, we will eat a bale of "alfalfa." . If you are Interested ; put us to Ihe test. , You will find tis Johnny on the spot. We also have some choice lots, $5 down, balance easy, on 13th, 14th aiid ICth streets, , liesliles, we have some money, (other fellows), to lend on approved security. Come see us. THAXTON & CO. 211 AY. Gold. Phono O.-.7. FOR RENT Rooms. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; mod ern; no sick. Apply 508 Vi W Central. FOR RENT Modern rooms. Rio Grande Hotel. 61W. Central. FOll RENT Light housekeeping - rooms. 320 West Iron avenue. F ORR E N T lirTc l j cottage and fur nished rooms. 218 South Walter. FOR RENT The best located room ing house In the city. Enquire at 218 West Gold Ave. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for housekeeping; modern, $12. 615 So, Arno. FOK RENT Two rooms furnished or light housekeeping, ground floor, modern, $14 per month. 411 N. 6th. FOR RENT Olio large, nicely fur nished room, modern; no sick. 702 Kst Central. .For RENT Nice newly furnished rooms for housekeenlng. Cheap, Opposite Orpheum theater. 007 South Second St. FOR RENT-. Furnished rooms for housekeeping; all conveniences. Phone 14S7 W. AMERICAN HOTEL 602 4W. Central. Rooms single, double or cnsulte. tj day or week. nEASOVARI.E PRICK. FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR RENT Five-room brick house, modern, inquire (10 S. Third. FOR RENT (-rm. house, completely .',,..lul....l r,.,w1',.,, will -all fiirnl. turo to tenant. 4IK North Fifth St. FOR SALE Oil TRADE-160-acie re- I linquishmeiit 111 Idaho; good fiirm Foll RENT Modern houses and I n(f ,ind, water, wood and grara. lints; 4, B, , S and 10 rooms. W. . Hoom 9, Kent building. H. McMilllon, 21 r, West Gold. FOIrATE AA riliTJiiie business FOR RENT Seven-room modern brick: steam heat, at 10.1 R. Walter; $S5 per month. Apply 40B S. Waller. Foil RENT Well furnished modern bunguluw, with sleeping porch; fin" location. Address M. ?., Journal. FOR SALE OR RENT Furnished 7 room residence, ono best location in clly. Inquire on premises, 23 W. ( 'npper. FOR RENT Six-room and Imth, new and modern; gas range in kitchen, hot water heat; also modern complete furnished 5-room apartment with bath and gas range. Apply to A, W. Anson, sl North Fifth street. FOR RENT Modern furnished ana housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phone 107$. FOR RENT Four rooms for housekeeping. 410 S. Edllh. llSht FOR RENT Opposite park, 8-roorn apartments, furnished or unfurnish ed. Steam heat, modern throughout. Paul Teutsch. 1. Grant building. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. YVpTWIUt'e ltsX-ftjrX'nsa7e''" irnderwood Typewriter Co., J21., W. Co 1 dAve. Ph one 144. f oil SALE special piano at special price. Monday, lit South Fourth. EK SALE 1 light 2-seated surrey. C. A. Hudson, 401 W. Copper. F lit SALE Rubber tired runabout; cheap. Phone 1324 or call 511 W. Granite ave. FK HALE Household goods, three j Six acres In tearing apples ami pears, horses, two mlb h cows; also, two 14 acres alfalfa. 12 acres young orch hugitles. Hill Ranch, four mile, north srd; 4-room house- and complete on Fourth street, .rnudalng plant, with MM" ""V ". Foil SALE Eggs for halcninjc.. ""Iinnrp 7 er Cent and will also lease Orplilngton nr "? r.nV.' ::.y" ,'. J $1.21 per IS. W. II. Modlin. 1120 i Solnlnsr larger fruit ranch, consisting High. ' 'of 12 acres bearing fruit trees; 2,000 mai y inn strings chile i 000 , lring grsps vines. 10 seres alfalfa. snips. Vooo o,.d carrots. s.OOO ; li Hb ". tompM. g..d rabl ago. 5.00O V"- .,,"', fsrmlng Implements Or. Mir lets. one three-inch wagon, one frult an aifufa win pay fof heavy d..uM harness, tine bucket p lh ,n..i1(.r rBni h. pump for irrigating. Apply to 4ohn',n 'n,a,"r '""J Mann. FOR SALE Furniture. TZZf. ri'K tLI-. M IlllH-r piano, :J South Edllh. FOR SALE-Houses FOR SALE C room brick house, closet Full KENT Front r.xitii; lady pre In. at barraln. J1 W. Tlteraa. j ferred; iH-anl If reUire.L HI W. FOIt SALE Hsrpa ins in hoiws and !sd Ae. Nso k. lots: c.ish and easy pnyments. W. ! ptilt" RENT Desiritble furnis-bed l. M Million. Jli W-t oM. I rooms with board. No sick. Pht-nc LUbia I A 'ST A oars iinmn iimii. lirntnu 1 If relumed to 4 IS Wci-t Santa Fe j avenue. ' I.OST An Englieh seii.r fup- . Xar? !.'.,'"'"J";tr,vmii'eC's Arm.)o building . ..r 2.3 N. Huh 6i lsiS ios.h STORAGE. WANTED Pianos, household goods. etc., stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Plume 640,, Tho Security Warehouse & Improve ment Co. orfices: Koiimi 2 and 4, Grant block,. Third street and Central avenue. FOR SALE Real Estate. FOR SALE. Nice 3-room house in 12lh street. A .bargain for cash. Let us show you this place. PI'.AU Ji (.11111. 1'., Phone Sim. !'t)l W. f'Jotil, INVESTMENT Irrigated Lands We havn a tract of over 1,000 acres, within five to seven miles of Albuquerque; some highly cultivated, in alfalfa; all prac tically level; pei f 'i t water rlshts. Prices ratine from $40 to $150 per acre. We offer this tract entire, at $40.00 Per Acre John M. Moore Realty Co. ' ProiM-Hlea Kscliibivrly ' Listed. $2,000.00 to loan on Improved real cm tnle t H per cent. A I no larger amounts. l'oit MALIC 10 aero ranch, all mule fiillltatloii: rich will; near muiii ditch, one inllei north of town; a real bargain. tt.2A0.00. 100 ACRE runcli, seven mile norlli of town: new five-room house, on main j ditch, nil under cultivation. $7.VOO per i m ro. ani n great many otner ram i..-., I large or small, A. Montnjn, 10H Soul I IiIikI street. RANCH FOK SALK. Bee owner. 1-2 mile north of In dian school. Lewis Jones (Ranch.) FOR HALE OR TRADE Six-loom modern brick house; fine sleeping norch. barn, fruit and shade trees, Terms reasonable. Apply 400 South Waller. Folt SALE .Six-room modern bunga low, cheap. North Eleventh street Dr. Ilronson, owner. i F,m H U K 0H jh.;nt Huslness and resident property. 800 North Hr.md- way. i nrniuntv: ni ls 10 tier cent upon price; offer Is only good until Feb. 24. 'full 9(lt, rlil.1 iieemif. WANTED fo correspond with own ers; large and small tract land for sal. Hog 273, McKinney. Tex. FOR SALE First offer of $300 cash takes two choice lots on North First treet. Inquire 934 North Eighth. COL'NTHY HOME FOIt SALE OH EXCHANGE. In a small town 3$ miles north of Albuquerque; six room housg recently Improved and renovated; sleeping porch, ou-buildings, corral, matur orchard Irrigation dltrh and about 3 acres of garden. Price, $1,200. Highly productive alfalfa land adjoining, can be had If wanted. Excellent school and dally mall service; 1 miles from main llne of railroad. Address A. O. F., care Journal. FOR SALE Modern 4-room frame house In Highlands; two screened porches, room on porches for three beds; tw. chicken yards, chicken, coal and wood house; shade trees. Easy terms. Call at ff 14 South Edith St. FOR SALE T will sell my smaller fruit rsnch consisting .T i acres, 0. . rienu oil lor a vnwii - ito purchaser of the abova my ad- DR. f. XV. BFARDSUrr, ZU-U n. S. M. FOR RENT Rooms with Board FOR RENT Steam heated rooms 1th board. Mrs. II. C, O Harrow, 21C 1-2 N. 2nd. RooMS with !srd. close In. home I li., 01 Ur.mli K..tilH "Ifwl FOR RENT Ranches. yoR ttKXT-lmtirh itllh hmiio and stsbK alfslf and fruit treea. ea -!' tutd. :ultlr tiS V!. .-.n PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. H. W. D. I5RYAN Attorney-at-Law, Offlca In First National Bank Build ing, Albuquerque, N. M. JOHN W. WILSON Aitoiney-nt-Law. Rooms 16-17-19 Cromwell Building. Res. Phone 1622W J Offlca Phong 1172. GEORGE S. KLOCK Attorney, Rooms 8-9, Stern Hliig., Albuquerque, American Surety Honda, DENTISTS. DR. J. K. KRAFT Dental Surgeon. Rooms Z-3, Harnett Rldg. Thons Hi Appointments Made by Mall. rWslcAliibSlJR6NS . J. SlloitTI I,, ,1. 1). Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours 9 to 1 1. 224 ',i W. Central Ave. Over Walton's Drug Store. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genitro-Urinary Diseases. The Wassermann find Noguchl Test Salvarsan "600" Administered. State National Bank Building. Albuquerque, New Mexico, f!EO. F.. WOODS. M. Vr. Physician and Surgeon, Grant Building. Phones, Office 1121; Residence 1 S&lw JOSEPH S. CIPKS, M. D. Suite 1-3, Whiting Hbl. Hours, $-11 a. 111., 2-4 p. in., 7-1 p. nv Phone 1UK-54. W. II. PATTERSON, M, D. Disease of Women and Obstetrics. Over Walton's drug store. Phone 110 SOLOMON Ii. Bl'RTON, M. D., . Physician and Burgeon. Suit 9 Harnett Bids;. INSURANCE. ARTHUR WALKER Fire Insurance. Secretary Mutual Building Association Phone 595, 217 Vs W. Central Avenue VETERINARIANS. F. H. HARR, D. V. 8. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Chicago Vet. CoHeiL,-ASil.-Offlce and Rosplis', t orner First and Marquette, phone 777. Day & Night WANTED Positions. WANTED Position by young man acquainted with office work: would like work of any kind. Box (8. cars Morning Journal. POSITION wanted, either temporary or permanent, by experienced sten ographer mid orrtce man. J. C. N., Box 444 Phone WANTED Position lis housekeeper for man or men. Mrs. Frances Coolt, City hotel, Helen, N, M. SADDLE HORSES fillANMS RIOING SCHOOL. First Class Riding Horses. Phone 100. 111 W. Silver. ii.mi)innw)fmaiwi Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. DAILY MAIL SERVICE AND STAfiK For the famous Hot Springs of Jcinri, N. M. Leaves Albuquerque o. every niornltiK at S n. m. Tick ets sold at Vajo Hros.. 1107 North First street, OA VINO (iAIRI.t, pro prietor and mail contractor. P. O. Box f4, 1402 S. Broadway. Phone 1206W. SANTA FE TIMETABLE tffcttlve Novcinls-r l-tu, 111 otlHinml. Arrives No. 1 Cal Express ... 7:!op No. 3, Cal. Limited . SF.1 No. 7 Mex.-Cal. Exp ..l:lp No. ( Cal. Fast Mail . .ll iup Depart :10p ll:2Sa ll:&p 12.4.'.a 1 JIM I Mill ml. No. 2 Tour. Kxp. I Sr.p :20p No. 4 Unified 5 Ji.p f:06p No, s E.ist Evp I ;:p 7:2&p Nu. 10 merUn.i Exp. . s.uua l:l&a It r TraliM. No. K Mex. 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