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Denver, Sept. 23. Tiu. Colorado
supremo court toil;iy ujiliclil the ini
tiative und referendum amendment to
the mate constitution, reversing th;
decision of Judge I lurry C. Kiddle. In
the district court nt Denver. The
ruling of the court was written by
Chief Justice Campbell, nil of the Jus
tices concurring, ; ... '
The point at isnio wiis the conceded
failure of Secretary of State James H.
Peurco to publish the proposed
amendment In the session laws four
v celts previous to the general election
of tatO, when It was Adopted.
The supreme court holds that the
requirement of publication four weeks
before the. election applies only to the
legal publication In newspapers and
not to the session laws.
The appenl to the supreme court
was brought by James B. Pearee, sec
retary of state, against the people of
Colorado ex rel William II. Tate. At
torney General Griffith appeared for
the secretary of state.
BAXKltri'lV I'KTITIOX l"OU
In the matter of Charles W. Daileyund
Alfred X. Dalley, Hankrupts.
To the Honorable William 11, I'ope,
Judge of the District Court of 'the
("nited Stales for the District of
ciiai'les W.- Dalley and Alfred X. '
Dailey, of Albuquerfiue, In the county I
of MernaUllo and state of Xew Mexico,)
in said district, respectfully represents!
tliat on the 11 til day of July, last past,
they were duly adjudged bankrupts un
der the acts of congress relating to
bankruptcy; tha thej Jiuye duly sur
rendered all their property and rights
of property, and have fully complied
with all of the requirements c,f said
acts and of orders of the court touch
ing their bankruptcy..
Wherefore, they pray that they may
be decreed by the court to have a full,
discharge from all debts provable
asalnst their estate under said bank
rupt acts, except such debts as are
excepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this Uth day of August, A. D.,
1 !! 1
CHAi:i.i; W. DAILEY,
ALKItED X. DA ILK Y
Order of Xotlco Tlicrt-ou.
District of Xcw Mexico, ss:
(III this 1-th day of September
A. D., 11112, on reading the foregoing
petition, it is
Ordered by the court, that a hearing
be bail upon the Same on the 28th
day of October, A. D., 11112, before
John Y. Wilson, referee, at Albu
querque, in said district, at 10 o'clock
in l he forenoon; and that notice there
of lie published in the. Albuquerque
Journal, a newspaper printed, in
said district, and that all known
creditors and other persons In In
terest may appear at the said lime and
place and show 'cause. If any they
have, why the prayer of said peti
tioners should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the
court, that the referee shall send by
mall to all known creditors copies ol
said petition and this order, addressed
to them at their places of residence as
Witness tlie Honorable William II
I'ope, judge of the said court, and the
Peal thereof, at Santa Fe, in said dis
trict, on the 12th day of September,
A. D., 1912.
WM. H. POPK,
A true copy: Judge.
II A li It Y F. LICK, Clerk.
Dated Sept. 23, 1912,
.liitl.V W. WILSOX, ltcferee.
SALK OF TIMBER. Albuquerque,
N. M August, 1912. Sealed bids
marked outside, "Hid, Timber Sale
Application, March, ID, 1911, Zunl,"
and addressed to the District Fores
I'T, Forest Service, Albuquerque, N.
M., will be received up to and ln
i hiding the 27th day of September,
1912, for ull merchantable dead tim
ber standing, or down, and all the
live timber designated for rutting by
a Forest officer, located on an area
of about 5000 acres in the southern
portion of the Fort Wingate Military
Reservation, In approximately, Sec
tions 6, 8. 18, 20, T. 13, N. R. 15 W.
Si-etlons 1,2,3,10.12,1 4, 22, 24, T. 13,
V. H. 1G, W. Section 31, T. 14, N. R.
W. Sections 35, 30, T. 14, N. H,
'. W. N. M. P. M.. and 18.000.000
ft. B. M. from lands adjoining this;SWi. SK. XV H. 8E14, SKI.. ee
area on the west approximately in i tion 21; XK'j, NICK, NW'i, E'4.
Sections 3, 4, 5, 6,' 8, 10, 1. IS, 20,'SH. N'.i, NWi. NEK, NWK, NEK.
--. T. 13, N. H. 16, W. Section" l.jxEK. Ss. N'4. NEK, section 28,
2. 12. T. 13, N. R. 17, XV. Sections , ,ownshiD v rHnee 6 E. New Mexico
l. ii. 33. 34. T ' 14. -V. It. IS. W
ions 35. 36. T. 14. N. It. 17. W. N.I"
M. P. M. within the Zunl National;"1 '"'crmon ' ' '"""
Forest. New Mexico, estimated to he.VToot. to establish claim to yie land
Ppr.,ximately 3fl.000.0u0 ft. B. M. log i above described, before II. It. Wnit-m-ale
of Western Yellow Pine saw yid 1 ing. United Slates Commissioner, at
'ie timber, more or less. No bid of ' Albuquerque, N. M., on the 7th day
l-ss than $2.50 per M. ft. B. M. for ' ef November, 1 1 Z.
U timber cut prior to October l.j claimant namis as witnesses: An
1915. wilt he nnsif1c.retl: the rate fori.-' -i un:i: v- i . ii-nnl
- - ,
l- i i j, . j
vZ. . ; 1SI .to r1ad.J",'lC.,!
mi iter rui fmospniieni in itcio-i
"t sale. Material on the sale area not'GrleS0' of Child . N. , M.
merchantnhWf'nnder the condition of, MAM KL L. OTEK".
"""e but which may become nier-,Sept. 14; Oct. 1 . Register,
V.. .. A ; : , ' ''''' " ' '' 5
frihie JoTunrimaE Wsunifc CoMmm
U -1 . w- tirt MT tpi x it TUDAI Tr:i-I THF' IOI TRIM AI
chantable during the contract period,
may bo sold to the successful bidder
under We terms epeclfied in the
conditions of sale. A period , of five
years froni October 1, 1912, will be
allowed for cutting and removal of
the timber. A deposit of $3,000.00,
payable to the order of the First Na
tional Hank of Albuquerque, must be
sent to that bank for each bid sub
mitted to the District Forester. Such
deposit will bu retained and credited
as part payment of the purchase
price of the timber, should the bid
b0 accepted. One-fifth of the deposit
may, in the- discretion of the For
ester, lie retained by the United
States If the bid In accepted and the
requlrtd bond and agreement arc
not executed by the successful bid
der within sixty days from their re
ceipt. Timber upon valid claims is
not included In this sale. The right
to waive technical defects in adver
tisements and bids and to reject any
and all bids is reserved. The condi
tions of sale, with further informa
tion concerning the timber and blank
form, may be obtained from the For
est Supervisor, Albuquerque, X. M.,
or the District Forester, Albuquer
que, N. M.
ARTHUR C. ItlXGLAXD.
Aug. 2" Sept. 3-10-17-24.
Last will and testament of Thomas
To Mary Elizabeth Britton, execu
trix, and to air whom it may con
cern: You are hereby notified that the air
leged laBt will and testament of
Thomas Britton, late of '.lie county
of Bernalillo and state of New Mex
ico, deceased, has been produced and
read in the probate court of the
county of Bernalillo, state of New
Mexico, at a regular term thereof,
held on the 2nd day of September.
1912, and the day of the proving cf
said alleged last will and testament
was by order of the Juuge of said
court thereupon fixed for Monday,
he 7th day of October, A. D., 1912,
term of said court, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day.
Given under my hand and the seal
of this court, tills 2nd day of Sep
tember, A. D., 1912.
A. IS. WALK Kit,
CALL l'Oll BIDS.
Bids will be received at the office
of the county clerk of Bernalillo
county, Albuquerque, N. M up to 10
o'clock, In the forenoon, of thu 1st
day of October, 1912, for the Install
ation of new plumbing work in the
court house of said county, in ac
cordance with specifications submit
ted by Geo. 1". Hill, architect..
The successful bidder will be re
quired to furnish bond, acceptable to
the bourd of county commissioners,
for the faithful performance of the
The commissioners reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.
By order of the board of county
A. R. WALKKR, Clerk.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office.
Santa Fc, N. M.. Sept. 13. 1912.
Notice Is hereby given that Martin II.
Ludwig, of Albuquerque, New Mexico,
who, on Feb. .16, 1911, niado Home
stead Entry, No. 014935, for SVi. SE'4
of Sec. 30 and NH,"NE',4 of Sec. 31,
township 9 North, range 3 East, N.
M. P. meridian, has filed notice of
Intention to make commutation
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before It. R. Whit
ing, U. 8. commissioner, at Albuquer
que, Xcw Mexico, on the 7th day of
Claimant names as witnesses. J. E.
Hill, Robert Loudon, John A. Jacob
son, Mrs. Mary A. Dolan, all of Al
buquerque, N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
Sept 15-Oct. 15. Register.
Department of the Interior.
V. S. Land Office.
Santa Fe. N. M Sept. 12, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Antonio
i Garcia, of Albuquerque," N. M.. who.
Ion July 25, 1911, made Homestead
Application, No. 015374, for E'i, K',4,
i township 9 N. range
t?r I !... 1 f"..li.,n h-,a fil.wl niltiCP
Min i, in v,itiii. . - ..... ...-
uuiierrn, oi i mini, m.-.
derete. of Chilill. N. M.
.. . - w
$2250 5-rooih, modern brick, corn -r
lot, llighlrnds, close In.
$12.10 3-room frame and bath, elec
tric lights; Highlands; terms.
$1800 10 acres of land, two miles
from postoffice, large barn, other
$2000 u-room frame, modern. North
Sixth utrcet, near car line, easy
$2660 8 room, 2 tory frame dwell
ing, modern, comer lot, on car line,
$1850 5-room frame, modern, N.
J 2th St., on car line; terms.
$4000 7 room. 2 story, modern resi
dence, hot water heat. 75 ft. lot,
lawn, good outbuildings, clos In,
MONEY TO 1X)AS.
11 South Fourth Street.
Phone 674. Next to New Postoffice.
FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry.
FOU SAL IS -Team
729 S. Broadway.
of ponies, cheap.
Foil SA1.K one fresh cow and calf.
Phcne 1 280.
FO K S XT j7TejVrsecow, 0 years
old. 1 722 W. Central avenue.
, cheap. 729 S.
FOR SALK Herd of 775 sheep. Ad
dress A. 1, care Morning Journal.
FOR SALK 100 head mares, mules
tind horses. Oscar Lil frelng, Bernar
do, N. M.
FOR SALK Team of heavy horses,
wagon and harness, cheap. 519 N.
THEY lay, they win, they pay. Won
four firsts, one second, at state fair,
1911. n. C. R. I. Reds, Mottled An
conas and S. C. Whits Orpington
Eggs and chicks for sale. L. E,
Thomas, P. O. Box 111, 717 East
WANTED Light colored fresh Jersey
cow. und two Poland China
pigs. Phone 1393M.
FOR SALE Furniture.
FOR SALE Cheap, household goods.
Inquire 307 West Roma Avenue.
FOR SALK New und secondhand
furniture at lowest prices in town.
Crown Furniture store, 114 XV. Gold.
1'oR SALIC Full dining room suite;
new ma li'.giniy settee pedestal and
stand; combination bookcase and
desk, antique sanitary couch, dressing
table and large French plate mirror.
Corner, Olh and Sliver avenue.
1'oR SALE BiixjHZ V. lol, small
house and four fine peach trees
on nt, outbuildings, for J2H,i. Horse,
HOC. pound, and rubber tired buggy,
C,"i. Road wagon for $17. lull chick
ens, also fin nil lire. Richards, m,
south of University, near Falrvluw
WANTED To buy furniture in uny
quantity. Franl. Auction Co., auc
tioneers. Office at V'ann's, 212 XV.
Central. Phone 1 -:!.
$1.25 PER WORD Inserting classified
ads In 3(1 leading papers in the
1. S.. Send for list. The Dake Adver
tising Agency, 433 Main St., Los An
geles, or 12 Geary St., San Francisco.
FOR SALE At a big sacrifice, com
plete line of millinery and hair
goods. Also show cases and fixtures.
Mrs. II. L. Hanks. 120 S. Fourth St.
FOR SALE l p-to-ilate dairy, sup
plying town of ten thousand Inhabi
tants: well established trade, no com
petition. Ad::-eKK T. B. R., care Morn
ing Journal office.
FOR SALE 'Rooming house; 22
rooms. Ill S. First St.
FOR SALE Hairdresslng parlor;
Mrs. Claw IDS South Fourth.
TRUNKS AND BAGS.
FOR RELIABLE TRUNKS. SUIT
CASKS and hand bags, go to the
Albuquerque Trunk factory. Repair
ing. Phone 42'. 209 Mouth Second.
EXCHANGE 160-acre farm one
mils and s half from Estsncls. for
Albuquerque property. No mort
rsra nner. P. O Hot R
To TRADE Team of good po.Mi i lor
good farm w.-.son. 729 S. Broadway.
Central, corner lot,
trees. This Is a very
lit the best residenci
house on West
line lawn and
.section of the
$4,000. It is sure
Porterf ield Co.
FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS.
216 West Gold.
We offer foi sale for a limited time
ono of the finest close-in, County
Homes, in New Mexico. Sixteen aires
of good land; five-room brick house
and bath room (not fixtures). Adobe
vegetablo cellar; windmill; 130 fruit
trees; small fruit; alfalfa, and every
thing needed for a home. Must be
seen to be appreciated. We are here
to show it. Terms,' till Or half cash.
THAXTOV' & CO.
211 W. Gold. Phono 657
HELP WANTED Male.
210 V. Sllveoj Phone H54.
I WANTED Teamstbrs and laborers,
$1.75, $2 und $2.25 day; Carpenters;
PRESENT this ml at Sitirges' cigar
stand and get free sample
I t l;i SMOKING TOBACCO.
I.eader. -Roy wilh bicycle at The
WANTED A goon all round butcher
Peter Roth, G21 Douglas avenue
East Las Vegas, N. M.
WANTED llov about 15 years old hi
work In slore. Apply John Let
Clarke's curio store.
WANTED Bright young man, I li ot
18 years, to learn the business: good
opening for a hustler. The Leader.
WANTED A man to lake care of
horses and covts and tlo general
work about a place. Apply to Ni 111 1!.
Field, room II, new Armljo biilidulg.
WE TEACH you a liiiiIi. in a few
months' time; no expense but your
work. Eleclrilcty, a utomobiles, plumb
ing, brick laying. 100 satisfied work
men today: 40 Jobs going. Catalog
free. United Trade School Contracting
Co.. Los Angeles.
WANTED Man and wife (no chil
dren) to work on ranch; man
wanted for milking and general
ranch work; woman for cook and
general house work; wages $50 a
month. L. Lloyd, Bar Diamond
ranch, Pecos via G'orleta, N. M.
AN OPPORTUNITY tor live man
selling our guaranteed Yakima
valley grown nursery stock; exclu
sive terrltoiy; outfit free; cash
weekly; "hustle," not experience, re
quired. Toppenish Nursery Com
pany, Toppenlsh. Wash. .
HELP WANTED Female.
WANTED Girl for general . house
work. 423 North Second street.
kitchen girt. Apply K22
WANTED Girl tor
work in small family;
4 1 3 Sooth Broadway.
M i s.
in for general
W. S. Hopewell.
n ri k.
WANTED l.i.erlelic. d sales e
Swomin at the ICeommiist.
with high school
holding 11 stiite
4 2" W. I
V A N T K I Pos 1 1 i 01 1
retail hardware or nun's furnish
ing goods store 1, .toting man ttilh
si t era! years tmsinos expi-rii-nee. .in
give best of ri'lVrcni es. Address S. 'I'..
care Journal offiee.
L'NUKKWt m i Typewriter Co..
W. field Ave. Phone 144.
FOR RENT Rooms.
FOR HUNT Furnished rooms: mod
ern: Ipi sick. Apply liOS'i W.Central.
FOR HKNT .Modern rooms. Rio
Grande Hotel. 519 W. Central.
FOH KENT Furnished rooms,
em. 218 8. Walter St.
FOR itKNT Modern sleeping room
nil car line. 320 S. Kdlth St.
FOR R KNT M odern
Board If desired. 421
422 W. Marquette.
FOR HKNT One front room furnish
ed for housekeeping, $10 per month,
tilrt W. Coal Ave.
FOR HUNT Furnished rooms li r
lights housekeeping or sleeping
rooms, all modern. 201 N. Walter.
fThT lTk.T Large, nlceTyTurnlshed
room In private family. The Leader,
309-21 1 W. Central.
FOR HKNT Beautiful sunny front
loom In modern house, till 11 W.
For HKNT Nicely furnished room;
all conveniences, private family.' lol
South Walter street.
FORTkXT Room with board In
elegant home. Young couple pre
ferred, Rates reasonable. I'hone
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
for Hunt housekeeping, or as bed
room, modern, gas, close in. Phone
Hiiuj. r.os s. Firth.
FOR RENT Apartments.
FOR RENT Modern furnished and
housekeeping rooms, week or
month. Westminster. Phone 1073.
FOR RENT Flats for light house
keeping. 404 N. Second street.
FOR Ri:. 1' .Moilern i-ioom luils,
heat, water paid, large basement
Apply W. H. Me.Milllon.
FOR RENT Suit
of rooms, modern,
Phone 1 I tlfi.
FOR RENT 'iwo-room lurnisluJ
collage, with sleeping porch, $10.
Apply 310 S. Waller or lift W. Gold.
For RENT ' Three very desirable
rooms, furnished for light house
keeping, III modern home. Sick per
sons please not apply. Plume 500,
FOR RENT Dwellings.
1215 S. Edith.
Foil RENT 5-iuoin brick, complete
ly f mulshed und modern, close In.
The Leader, !!09-i:ll W. Central.
FOll RENT -I in 3' W. ltoinu, li-room
brick, screened porches, modern,
Large yard. Inquire 517 W. Roma.
For RENT Four-room modern cot-
use at (i 1 5 Norlh Sixth street. In
quire at 111 South Fourth street.
FOR RENT Two-loom adobe, comer
Twelfth and Fruit. Phone, .Vlo.
Room 2 Grant I'.blg.
FOR RENT (heap, 3 room house
furnished for housekeeping; first
house north Vienna Bakery in Paris
addition. Phone 145(iW.
Foil "RENT $35 New five-room
bungalow on West Central. Hard
wood floors; gas range; fire place;
blinds; screened porches; liiwn. Lease
to right parly. John M. Moore Realty
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
'iil K.I I I,' f, - i, u..rit ifi.r tiiiirlnir ,i.l
1912 model like new, 6 I 0VV. 8IH-r
For SALIC Horse, boggy and har
ness. 924 N. Eighth sireet.
'or SALIC Potted plums, Including
a very large liostgn fern. Mrs. C. E.
Fairbroiher. 517 E. Coal.
FOR SALIC Kingsbury upright pi
ano, lirst class condition. Price
$100. Address "A." Morning Journal.
n-;:ii Winchester rifle
sights at Harry Jobn-
FOR SaTiC oil K.M IIANGK l-'oi e7ty
propel t, Stevens Inirt ea (l-cvlindi r,
5-passenger car, first class condition.
Room 7. Whiting building.
FOR SALIC 1 lit Tit A I K- -0-passengcr
Reo pouring car. fully equipped and
in first class t ditlon. Will consider
trade for work team, harm ss und
ttaon. Inquire phono 52.
For SALK one liubor 2-hotsv-po'.tcr
sieiim trsction engine. Good
condition. Low figure. AddreKs South
western Agricultural Corporation, Los
t .units V, M
FOR RENT Rooms with Board j
FOR RENT - Rooms itith board.
G 1 table loard. with or without
1 -is. phon,. in-,2.1.
WANTED Pianos, household goods,
etc., store' safely at reasonable
rates. Auvances made. Phono 610,
Tne Security Warehouse & Improve
ment Co. ofri"t-s: Rooms 3 and 4,
Grant block. Third si. ond Central.
A GOOI ( II xci: TO MAKK
80 acres improved land, close to
Demlng, price only $4,00(1; will trade
for part Albuquerque properly, bal
ance cash. This Is a good buy.
SK'CLl ill X & IIF.XTDU,
ltemiiiK, X. M.
FOR SALK- ItiO Here li
Idaho; fenced, grain
water and grass,
A bargain. lr, j'al-
Fo It SALE Cheap. Finest Improved
ranch In valley; modern fi-roonied
house; twelve acres In alfalfa, bal
ance in orchuru. Easy terms. V. U.
FOR SALIC New fi-room, modern
bungalow, with glass sun room,
firu place, hardwood floors, large ce
mented basement, 2 porches, splendid
location, one block from Central. Gas
range. Cement walks. Price $2,700.
Pay $200 down, balance llkn 1'etil.
Phone litis owner, or see John ,M.
.Monro Realty Company.
i THE VALLEY OF I'KHTS AM)
1 'LOW ICRS.
Ii;0 acres of land In the Pecos val
ley four miles northwest of Roswell
N. M, First class farming or trull
land, three-room house, barn, well
and windmill, worth $40.00 per acre
will sell for $25.00 per aero or trade
for properly In or near Albuquerque
.1. It. GOOD,
Loans antl I Ire Insurance,
Room 5 lilting Building,
P. O. Box Xo. :t2;i.
Foil SALIC i'lv c-I ooiii, modern
brick, lot 75x112; shade und fruit
trees, outbuildings; bargain If taken at
once, 709 W. Rotilll.
Foil SALIC 1
1 s 1 tit. Terms.
good Investment for
cost, a liousi
will sell for bss than
six 50-foot lols. 13 IN S.
FOR SALIC Moilern residence, dose
in, on two valuable sotilh front
corner lols; house Is stucco finish
over brick: seven large rooms and
bath; two large cement porches;
fronts oil two lino residence streets;
only one block from Central avenue
Part cash, balance on time. 523 W
Copper avenue. Phono 1 203.
For Sale at a Bargain.
An elegant I -room new
Willi large slec ag porch,
I III llislll
or unf iii'iilslieil. I a-v terms.
Sec owner at 2211 S. Second St,
A HOME FOR SA LK- t-room inod
ilern brick, cellar under half the
house, lot 50x1.42, two screened
porches, Highlands, on car line, one
block from Central ave. Cost to build
$2,700, exclusive of lot. $1,200 cash
will handle it, balance at 6 per cent.
Address owner. 1'. O. Box 563, city.
L .ST, sorrel pout ; inline has been
cropped and partly grown out;
broken vope around neck. Reltirn to
219 West Granite avenue and re
ceive ret 11 rd.
A bay horse marked Vs on
nit shoulder and a sorn-l
irked 'IS on b-ri li 1ml leg.
dots ago from city, Samuel
F0R RENT Miscellaneous.
FOR ItKNT -Excellent saddle 1
driving pony by hour, day or weel
Phone l".7sW. or apply M ' S. -Vi no.
Goff. Phone 56s
cleaning. W. A,
205 E. Central.
Till". STAGE lll THE HOT
SPRIXtiS OF ,H M1CZ. N. SI.,
Leaves Albuquerque postoffice
daily except Sundays at R a. m.
C1..1 carry three passengers at
lime. First comrs,' firs, served.
For tickets apply to
e li.WIXO GARCIA. Prop.
I40 H. nnmdwa?. Phone 75R.
It. V. 1. IHIYAX
Office In First National Bank Build
lug. Albuquerque, N. M.
WILSON & I JCW IS
Rooms 16-17-19 Cromwell Building,
lies. Phone 1522W; Office Phon
A. II. ROItFRI.NO.V
Bit. J. K. KIl.UT
Rooms 2-3, Harnett Bldg. Phone 744.
Appointments Made by Mall.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
A. J. SIIORTI.IC. M. 1.
Practice Limited to Tuberculosis.
Hours: 10 to 13. Phone 1177.
224 H W. Central Ave.
Albuquerque .Sanitarium. Phone S43.
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D.
Practice Limited to
Genito Urinary Diseases and
Diseases of the Skin.
The WasBermann and Noguchl Testa
Sulvarsan "611(1" Administered.
Citizens Bank Building.
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
4. J ICO. 10. WOODS, M. !.
rh.islclnn and Surgeon.
Phones: Office, 1121; Res. 1D51W.
Dlt. C. II. COXN1CH,
Rooms 5-6. Stern Block,
JOSEPH S. I I PICS, SI. It.
Suite 1-3, Whiting Bldg.
Hours; 9-11 a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m.
phone Office 1119; Res. 688.
DBS. TILL & BAKES,
Specialists Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
State National Bank Bldg.
SOLOMON I j. HlltTON, SI. 1).
Physician and Surgeon.
Phono 617. Harnett Bldg.
Medical, Surgical a ml Obstetrical.
723 N. Second St. Tel. 1108.
J1CSME SI. B.UilJIt,
Graduate. Nursotind Masseuse.
Treatment at Your Home.
309 1-2 W. Central Ave. Phone 94.
Ho.MIC comfort for the sick. Good
food and nursing. Special diets.
sanitary rooms. Prices reasonable
Miss L. S. ALGER,
lies. So. High St. I'hone 1278
SIRS. GEORGE JCVICIUTT.
Teacher of piano forte playing and
Studio 415 W. Roma Ave. Phono 127IM
DAVID M. WIMTIC
Assoc. SI. A SI. Hoc. C.
Formerly Territorial Irrlgn
tlon Engineer and Member
rlgatiou Coniiulss'on of New
t it II Engineer.
. Room 7, Whillng Building,
Albuquerque, X. M.
Richards. Ill W,
SANTA FE TIME TABLE.
Effective January 80, 111.
1 Cal. Express. ... 7:20p :10p
3 Cal, Limited 10:55a 11:25a
7 Mex.-Cal. Exp.. . 10; lOp . ll:05p
0 Cal. Fa.-t Mail..ll:50p 12:4ia
2 Toi.rtst Exp... :55p 4:2tp
Limited 6:35p S:06p
K East Exi ti:55p 7:2tp
10 Overland Exp.. 8:00a 1:114)
ICI Paso Trains.
809 Mcx. Exp lt:ltf
815 El Paso Pass I:le
H10 Froii, El Paso S:0B,
816 From El l'uo t:Xup
HosmcH, Clovis sod Amarlllo.
811 Pecos Vat. Cxp 7:U
IIS Albuq. Exp.. :1IP
P. i. JOllNfcOIH. AgMk
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