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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1912.
SEVEN SCOOP, the Cub Reporter. To REPORT W'RESTMNCr 1 Boora for me-jScoofU ri BETTER SHOW "THE. HOLDS - V TU. I TUP XlTTlTUnP ASSUMED WHEN SPrARRWCr IOR fH OPEHNGr fAfMD " POOR LITTLE SCOOP DIDN'T WANT TO GET UP, ANYWAY. 1 lt-e. LOCX .HALF HAMMER By "HOP." I l OPEHSCr AND-. 7 HOuD AtSi- jr.va rv i j mi m s ir or m m v m i n iS WHAT THEY ve. Pinned td MAT"? NOW OEX OP y.f) J-oo ANOTHER I SUIT IS SETTLED OUT OF COURT Rafaela Lopez Reported to Have Accepted $1,000 From Man Whom She Claimed Had Promised to Marry Her, pTIhe JomurmiaB Wamift CoMmmim I 1 . -.rw t , ;r . r AMT TCI T ITT T" UD.fi I Trf"!!-! THE TOT TRIM A I ftHHIIiflifllBII 1 'i'lii' case of Lopez vs. Pcrca, tlic lti;t 1i of promise action begun In the ilblricl t 11 il 'iln.Kl;i.v. ended sud denly yesterday a. nun 11 o'c.ock. when a nnoiincomcm was made llial Ii hail ) m ii nettled mil ill' court. II is 1 1 MH liil thai III,. : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ail' Ihr si-t I It-ti i ell t was $I,(MI0. 'I'hi- action was our brought I " It" facia Lopez against A 1 ' I Pciva, coun ly clerk of Sandoxai riiunly, fur al leged breach of a promise to marry her. The amount of the suit was $1 5,000. Owing to the settlement of the case sn early lii the day, ami to the un I'Xln'di'ilness of imy such prori'i'iliny, thr court was unable to find any oilier ease on the (locket ready to no to trial, ami eonseiiuently did not hear any others yesterday. This morning, the case of M iss I'rane against Matthew Howell, for alli-Keil breach of an einiiloyment eoatraet, will lie heard. The action has hern on the docket for a collide of years. The court Judgment in ana i list X. ! fur 1. by In tin- suit ; and that d( l ed. .-'nit was yesterday filei National bank against and ileoise II. Tucker, t as a eo-pai'tneislilp, iind i .MeClure, for $5011, allem on a promissory note. yesterday rendered a favor of Jay .. Ilubbs I'erkins and L. Carey, agreement. The parties amccd upon the amount judgment -should be ren- liy the l'irst ('. Faulkner :ie same two gainst V. ii. d to lie due Try a Journal Want Ad. Results For Sale!! 13 V2 Acres Good Land One Mile from City. Dwelling, 2 greenhouses, one KM by 114, the other f0 by 0 lee.". WI'XL SK)(Ki:i). I'ump. Tank and Tower, Kirns, Kle. Dim i itriT tki:i:s is (K(IIKI. :;.(mh) siiAiti: riti:i:s. .- vus. Ol l, IX XI IISI HY. id ni:s ix (ji:ii:x. This is the first farm on the New I foil leva rl, every foot ill the highest state of fertility, ami one of the finest Improved farms In New .Mexico. J. Woodward, Old lbil(liei (lie, X. M. PHONE 1304. J. ('. Hay, Winfielil, Ala., says: "My father, T. J. Kay suffered with kid ney and bladder trouble so bad he had to use a catheter. Various kidney remedies were tried without result, and finally we gave him, FoleJi Kidney I'ills. Jn three, (lays he could pass some water and on the fifth, no long er needed a catheter, lie ciintinuel to use Foley Kidney Pills until en tirely cured." J. IT. (I'Kielly Co. Adv. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results FOR SALE. J 2 2 r. 0 .l-'oom, modern brick, eorm'r lot, lliffhlrnds, closu In. $1250 3-rnom frame and bnth, elec tric lights; Highlands; terms. 900 4-room frame, well built, good lot, lliglilands near shops; terms. $2000 5-roorn frame, modern. North Sixth street, near car line, easy terms. $26C0 8 room, 2 itory frame dwell ing, modern, corner lot, on car line, Fourth ward. $1850 5-room frame, modern, N. 12th St., on car line; term. $4000 7 room, 2 story, modern resi dence, hot waler heat, 76 ft. lot, lawn, good outbuildings, clo In, terms. MONEY TO LOAN. FIRE INSt'HANCE. A. Fleischer 11 South Fourth Street, riione 67-1. Next to New Postofflce. A GOOD HOM E Five room modern house with place; east front; lawn, trees good oiilbuililings. This Is a desirable home, I I ..I ullMII, II to l-llce vou. only fire and Very illlili. Albuquerque, N. M., on the 7th day of Novemher, 1912. Claimant nami as witnesses: An tonio Griogo, of Chilill, N. M.; Manuel CiUtlerrer, of Chilill, N. M.; Ahran Al derete, of Chilill, N. M.; Mariano GrieBO, of Chilill, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Sept. 11: Oct. 14. Renister. Portcrfield Co. FIRE INSURANCE and LOANS 216 West Gold. W. iCTKlfcr-Vounsc, ftent In, sound hiirse, weight about 1,200 pounds. John Mann. JIOSWKIX-VACGIIN AUTO UNK. (Curries V. S. Moil). leaven Roswell 10:10 a.m. Arrives Vaughn 3:25 p.m. Leaves Vaughn daily.... 8:45 a.m. Arrives Roswell 2:00 p.m. ' ('Auto waits until 10:00 a. in. for arrival of E. I'. & -S. W. train No. 3). Fare, one way $10. Round trip, $18. 100 lbs. baggage carried free; excess baggage. $3.50 per 100 lbs. Baggage up to 1,500 lbs. carried. Connections made at VaiiRhn with nil E. P. & S. W. and Santa Ke trains, J (.swell Auto Co., JlnswHI, Owners. Curllngton Ilros.. Vaughn, Agents. Mogollon Stage and Auto Line DAILY. Leave Silver City 7 a. m. Arrive Mogollon 4 p. m. Leave Mogollon 7 a. m. , Arrive Silver City 4 p. m. Special Cars on Request "nil or Address: C. V. Marrletl. rrop. Silver City. N. M. LEGAL NOTICES. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office. Santa Ke, N. M Sept. 13, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Martin H. Ludwig, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, who, on Feb. 16, 1911, made Home stead Entry, No. 014935, for SlA, SE',4 of Sec. 30 and N V4 . NE!i of Sec. 31, township 9 North, range 3 East, N. M. 1. meridian, has filed notice of intention to make commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before 11. R. Whit ing, V. S. commissioner, at Albuquer que, New Mexico, on the 7th day of November, 1912. Claimant names ns 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. JiVANTED; WANTED To rent to or three rooms for light housekeeping; mod "in conveniences; with American family, by permanent couple. No sickness. Address T, care Journal. WANTKI) young man bookkeeper with largo offi"p experience desires position. O peru ten typewriter. T. I! Journal. SEE Sawtelle & Hicks General Contractors I'hone 6(10, Office 211 West Gold Ave. If yon want ft house built. EMPI.OYM1SNT AGENCY. 210 W. Silver. I'hone 351. WANTED Teamstfcrs and laborers, $1.70, $2 and $2.25 day; Carpenters; good- wftitrss. v WANTKI) Tailor. 405 S. First. and stove repairer. FOR RENTRwn FOR KENT Furnished rooms; mod ern: no sick. Apply 60S Ii W. Central. Foil RENT Kurmalietf rooms, mod ern. 218 S. Walter St. PoTl RENT Modern sleeping room onoar l'"' 320 S. Edith St. ! 1 1 KENT Rooms $1.50 a Week and up, and front rooms $10 per month. Denver hotel, Coal iivi nue and Second street. F(7 UiTnT Nice front room, with sleeping porch; suitable lor two. "n:l North Fourth. Ft Ml KKNT If desired. -Furnished 4 22 West Ft Mt RENT -Nicely furnished room. Ii02 W. Silver avenue. rooms, board Marquette. front FOR RENT targe, nicely furnished room in private family. The Leader, 309-31 1 W. Central. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 025 S. Edith, on ear line. FiMt RENT Three ronins, close In; furnished or unfurnished. Call al 22,'l S. Second. FOR RENT Two large modern, fur nished loonies for lli'.ht housekeep ing. No islck need apply. 505 V. 1 ml. FOR RENT Apartments. FOR RENT Modern furnished and ' housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Plume 1073. FOR itKNTFls.is for "light iious keeping. 404 N. Second street. WAN "IK It col lector. W. Sliver. Position Mrs. W. by L. experienced Thorpe, B07 FOR RENT Miscellaneous. FOR HUNT Stable. West Central. Apply 172: WA NTEDMoney WANTED To borrow $1,800 on good real estate security. Plume 13911 W or address (J. P., care Morning Jour nal. . n iTsfRft To You The Morning Journal is Giving Away FREE the Sure-Cut Can Opener with a 50c Prepaid Want-Ad This Can Opener is made of heavy steel, 10 inches long, nickel plat ed, ebonized handle, serves at both bottle and ran opener. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office. Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 12, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Antonio I C.arcia, of Albuquerque, N. M., who, on July 25, 1911, made Homestead I Application, No. 015374, lor K, KVs, SW4, SE'4, W',i. SlCi, SE'i. sec jtlon 21; NKVj, NE',4, NW14. 10 V4 . SH, N'i, NW14. NIC',;, NW'o NE'4, NE'4. S'4, N'S. NE'4. section 28, township 9 N, range f E, New Mexico : Principal Meridian, has filed notice (.f intention to make final three-year I proof, lo establish claim to the land above described, before II. R. Whit i ins, United States Commissioner, at WANTED To buy furniture In any quantity. Frank Auction Co., auc tioneers. Office at Vann's, 212 W. Central. Phone 123. ' MAGDA LENA ANI SOCORRO AUTOMOBILE LINE. This service actually saves traveling men one day... Dully Schedule: Leave Socorro 11:15 a. m. Arrive Magdalena 12:43 p. m. Leave Magdalena 2:00 p. m. Arrive Socorro 3:30 p. m. Note change of schedule. Fare: One way, $3.50; round trip, $6.50. (Overland Cars.) MACHINE. AUTOMOBILE A CON STRUCTION CO.. Magdalena. N. M. CARD SIGNS FOR SALE. The Morning Journal The Journal now has a full assort ment of Card Signs on hand. You can certainly find what you want In the following list: "Furnished Rooms for Rent," "1'nf urnished iiooms for Rent," "For Kent," "For Sale," "Rooms for Rent, Furnished Rooms for Light Housekeeping," "Room and Hoard," "Table Hoard," "House for Sale," "House for Rent," "Plain Sewing," "Dressmaking." The cards will be sold at the low price of 10 cents each. Call at the business office. WANTED Hoarders.' Neatly furnish ed front room with board: mod ern; one block from ear line; $25 per month. 1:102 W. Fruit avenue. I HAVE opened ing. 210 W. Co .Merrywi ather. 'alcter a, home cook Id avenue. Mrs. A. J. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED Hiiglu young man, 1 or 18 years, to learn the business; good opening for a bustler. The Leader. Imy with bi- ANTED flood cycle at The I.e strong idcr. WANTED American man on ranch, south of town; permanent place to right parly. Plume . 1 393M. F. R. Hornby. AN OPPORTUNITY lor a live man selling our guaruntscd Yakima valley grown nursery stock; exclu sive territoiy; outfit free; cash weekly; "hustle," not experience, re quired. Toppenish Nursery Com pany, ToppeniHh. Wash. FOR RENT Modern u-loom Hats, heat, water paid, largo basement Apply W. 11. MeMllllon. RK NT Two light hottseki fiiriii cplng. -In FOR for Arno. FOR RENT Two nice rooms light housekeeping, oppositi plieum theater, 507 South Sc rooms North for Or STORAGE. WANTED Pianos, household goods, etc., stored Bafely at reasonable rates Advances made, l'lione 640; Tnn Security Warehouse & Improve ment Co. Offices: Rooms 3 unit 4, Ornnt block, Third St. and Central, PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It. V. I). ItHVAN Attorney-nt-t.aw. Office In First National Ijnnk Rulld Ing Albuquerque, N. M. WILSON & 1.1 WIS Atlorneys-at-T.aw. Rooms 16-17-11) Cromwell liulldlng. Res. phone 1 522W; Office phona 1172. A. II. kohki: Law ycr. TSON FOR SALE- Real Estate. if You W1111I ed land, 3 Here Is 11 t.oixl Chance u Home. A fine lUO-ucrc, deed miles from small town. Price only 2,ti(l(. , A fine Itio-aere relinquishment Ti ke $5110. MoCLlGIIAN A DEXTER. Dcmlng, N. M. Foil SALE New 5-rooni, modern bungalow, including glass sun room fire place, hardwood floors, large ce mented basement, 2 porches, splendid location, one block from Central. Oak range. Cement walks. Price $2,700 Pay $200 down, balance like rent. Plicne 1 1 OS owner, or see John M. Moore Realty Company. Stern Block. Phono till. DENTISTS. Bit. J. E. KRAFT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2-3, Harnelt Hldg. Thone 74 4. Appointments Made by Mull. A. U. SIIORTLE, M. H. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours: 10 to 12. Phono 1177. 224 V4 W. Central Ave, Albuquerque Sunltarlum. I'hons I4S. FOR SALIC Cheap, a well built house, six lots, barns, numerous out buildings and many Improvements. Ideal place for chicken business. Two blocks from street car line. Crowing In value, on account of leaving city will sell at sacrifice. Terms. 1313 South High street. . 'lid. FOR KKNT iwo-room furnished cottage, with sleeping porch, $10. Apply 310 S. Walter or 1 1 5 W. Clold. : "FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR ' ( in; KKNT-$20. -Six 924 room bouse; mod North Eighth. JjEJUFMWAJ WANTED (lirl for general house work. 4 23 North Second street. gill lor genera 810 park avenue WANTED Good housework. Apply WANTED work at -Oirl for general 1 I 2 N. Waller. house' WANTED A competent white Wo man to care for 2 children. Apply Mrs. M. O. Chadbourne. 1 2 N. !2lhst, WANTED Woman for general house work and cooking. Apply to Mrs. W. (1. Powers, 41". South High maid. WANTED Nurse West Copper aventn Apply 708 WANTED Experienced sales a r women at the Economist. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. of ponies, ctlap. FOR HALF Team 729 S. Hroadwuy. Foil SALE (ioi.d pony, cheap. 729 S FOR SALE Herd of dress A. 1, ear.' gentle saddle I'.ioailway. sheep. Ad- Morning Journal. WA-NTED Carpet cleaning. W. A. Ooff. Phone ft8. 205 K. Cnti WANTED Stove repairing. W. A, Ooff, phone 50S. 20. E. Central.' WANTED To buy horse for delivery, or one to use three days a week, for its keep. 210 S. Second street. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR SALE First class piano In good condition. Apply Mrs. Ivan Gruns feld. 100!) W Tijeras. FOR SALE 1,2(10-11.. Mosler safe. cheap; saddle pony and leather top surrey. 1 1 W. Gold avenue. Foil SALE A large heater In per fect condition; also Washburn guitar and mandolin. 200 S. Rroad w a y. F'Mt SALE Lawn benches or to rent. Futrelle, at the irpheum. FOR tiess. ALE Horse, eliea p. 51.1 buggy and bar South Walter. Foil SALE 75-11. P. balance vulve engine and boiler: used less than year. A bargain. Inquire J. T. John son's ranch, five miles south, or P. O. box 253. City. FOR SALE Arno. -A piano at 409 South Foil RALE Horse, buggy and har ness. Call 921 North EiEhth. Foil SALE Ten white I .eg horn hens. Wyckoff strain. McSpiildcn. 611 South Hroadwuy. Foil SALE liiirro. 1 723 West Central. Iionalil I 'a trow, FOR SALE Collie puppies, pedi greed. McSpadden, Gil S, Broad way. Phone 724. Foil SALE 5 tlioronghiii ed liulf Or pington hens and cock'-rels, cheap. Apply 511 North Fifth street. THEY lay, the win, they pay. Won four firsts, one second, at state fair, 1911. R. C. R. I. Reds, Mottled An conas and S. C. White Orpington. Eggs and chirks for sale. L, E. Thomas. P. G. o 111. 717 East Hazeldlna. FOR RENT Rooms with Board Foil RENT Furnished rooms with or without board: best tinme rook ipg; prices reasonable. (11 South Broadway. Phone 124'M. FIRST CLASS Table board, with or without room; rates reasonable; in Highlands and on cur line. Phone 1352 J. 300 ?. Edith. . - TYPEWRITERS. UNDERWOOD Typewriter Co, W. Gold Ave. Phone 144. 121 Foil RENT 5-room brick, complete ly (urnished and modern, close in. The Lea 1 ler. SOB-Sl 1 W. Central. Foil RENT Four-room modern col age ut il 5 North Sixth street. In quire nt 111 South Fourth street. FOR RENT 4-room furnished In. use. 016 E. Cromwell. Apply W. A. Fut relle, Orphcum theater building. Foil RENT New modern f.-room house; gas range, window shudes. 4 14 S. Fourth. Inquire 2 10 W. Iron. i'Ult RENT Two-room adobe, corner Twelfth and Fruit. Phone, 540. Room 3 Grant Hldg. FOR SALE Twenty acres In the edge of Greenfield, a town eighteen miles nuulh. of KoHWeil, in the heart of the great apple and alfalfa, section of the Pei os valley, permanent water right from the Northern canal. Ten acres in young tipple trees and ten In al falfa; no hulldintis of consequence. All excellent place for poultry raising and small farming. See and be com lucid, one railroad fare for round trip to Roswell lair October 1st to llth. In quire of c. A. Davidson, American Na tional bank. Pri I tract, $5,000, half cash, balance terms. Address, W. S. May. Magdalena, N, M. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D.. Practice Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin. The Wassermann and Noguchl Testa Salvarsan "SOS" Administered. Citizens' Hank Building. Albuquerque, New Mexico. GEO. E. WOODS, M. !. Physician and Surgson. Grant Building. Thones: Offlco, 1121; Res. 16B1W. DR. C. II. CONNER, Osteopath. Rooms 5-0. Stern Block. I'llouo ll,"..V:!25. JOSEPH S. CI PEN, M. I). Suite 1-3. Whiting Hldg. Hours: 9-11 n.m 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m. Phone Office 1119; Res. 688. DBS. TI LL & BAKES, Specialists Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. State National Hank Hldg. Phono 3(11). SOLOMON L. BlllTON, M. 1. Pliyslclun and Surgeon. Phone 617. Harnett Bldg. FOR SI.E Five-room, modern brick, lot 70x1 42: shade and fruit trees, outbuildings; bargain If taken at once. 709 W. Roma. ' Full RENT Four-room brick cot tage, three blocks from posloffiei modern, electric lights, bath, gas range, with or without garage. OKI West Silver avenue. FOR RENT :i-room furnished cot tage W illi sleeping porch. 120 1 South Edith street. Foil KENT Cheap, 3 room furnished for housekeeping house north Vienna Bakery addition. Phone. 145UW. house ; first In Paris FOR It F.NT $35 New five-room bungalow on West Central. Hard wood floors; gns range; fire place; blinds; screened porches; luwn. Iaso to right pariy. John M. Moore Realty Co. $1.25 PER WORD Inserting classified lids In 30 leading papers In the IT. S. Send for Itst. The Dake Adver tising Agency, 433 Main St., Los An tes, or 12 Geary St., Sun Iranclsco. FOR SALE At a big sacrifice, com plete line of millinery and hair goods. Also show cases and fixtures. Mrs. It. I.. Hanks. 120 S. Fourth St. FOR SALE -Good paying restaurant; fine location; cheap for cash. Ad dress, F. M. Sloggy, Dexter, N. M. Foil SALE -Fruit ami confectionery store, bargain if taken at once; reason f. selling, sickness, i an jui S. Second street. FOR SALE Rooming house; 22 rooms. Ill S. First St. -Hairdresslng parlor; see lit South Fourth. FOR SALE Modern residence, close In, on two valuable south front corner lols; house Is stucco finish over brick; r?ven largo rooms and hutb: two large cement porches; fronts on two fine residence streets; only one block from Central avenue. Part cash, balance on time. 023 W. Copper avenue. Phono 1 203, For Sale at a Bargain. An elegant I -room new bungalow Willi large sleci lig porch, f ni'lilsheil or liiifiiriilslieil. Easy telllis. See owner lit 22:t S. Second St. A HOME FOR SA?.E 8-room mod-di-rn brick, cellar under half the house, lot 50x142, two screened porches, Hlghlunds, on car line, one block from Central ave. Cost to build f 700. exclusive of lot. $1,200 cush will handle it, balance at 6 per cent. Address owner. 1'. O. Rox R3. city. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL Medical, Surgical and Obstetrical. 72;! N. Second St. Tel. 11U. PR0JFJSSI0jyi .IESME M. BAKER, Graduate Nurse and Masseuse. Treiitment at Your Hume. 309 1-2 W. Central Ave. Phone 694, HOME comfort for food and nursing, sanitary rooms. P Best references. Miss L. R. ALGER. lien. 222 So. High St. Phone I27S the sick. Good Special diets. Ices reasonable ( CIVIL ENGINEERS. DAVID M. WHITE Assoc. M. AM. Sue. C. K Formerly Territorial Irriga tion Engineer and Member Ir rigation Commission of New Mexico. Civil Engineer, Room 7, Whiting Building, Albuquerque, N. M. jmjXCHANG T( 1 TRADE Team of good ponlei ii.r good farm wagon. 729 S. Broad way. EXCHANGE Ted-acre farm one mile and a half from Estancla for Albuquerque property. No mort raires. Owner. P. O Hot RrS JTUNKSJJ FOR RELIABLE THINKS. SHIT' CASES and hand bags, go to the Albuquerque Trunk factory. Repair ing. Plume 42::. 20:1 South Second. LOST. LOST Red covered memorandum book. Send .to Matthew Howell, Sturges' hotel, Albuquerque, N. M., and receive reward. LOST Brown mare coll Willi white soot on forehead; HI months old; also red roan horse, :i years old; 110 brands. $10 reward for the letiitn of location of same. A. Robinson, ibl Allunuerune. FOUND. I'Ol NO Two blai k mules, well matched; weigh in neighborhood of 1.400 pounds. Apply for purl ictilurs to Mallet Bros.. Heinabllo. N. M. Foil SALE Mrs. On v. FOR SALE Household furniture at 409 South Arno. FOR SALE New and secondhand furniture at lowest prices In town. Crown Furniture store, 114 W. Gold. THE STAGE FOR THE HOT a SPRINGS OF J EM EX, N. M a Leaves Albuquerqje postofflca daily except Sundays at i a. m. Can carry three passengers at a time. First comes, flra; served- For tickets apply to a GAVIN'O GARCIA. Prop. a 1101 H. Itrowlwnr. Phone 711ft. a PIPE REPAIRING WANTED Pines lo repair. Richards, 111 W. Central. Joe SANTA FE TIME TABLE. Effective January SO, KIS, Westbound. Arrives 1 Cal. Express.... 7:2(ip 3 Cal. Limited. . . .10:55a 7 Mex.-( al. Exp.. . 10:10p Cal. F.LKt Mall.. 11. OOP l-'jshiiiii(i. Tourist Exp. . . 3 66p Limited b:30p East Ep 6:55p Overl.Kid hip.. HO Dm I I I'u-o Traliut. No. tt9 Mex. Exp No, 815 El Paso !'ss No. t!10 Fi nn. I I I' .so :0Oa No. kli From El t'aso 6:lp Hoswcli, Clorta and AmarUlo, No. 811 Pecos V1. -tip 7:ll No, 811 Albuq. Kip.. l:ll P. J. JOHNkON, ACMt, W No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 2 4 X 10 Departs ;Ua 11:26a 11:6P 12:4ta 4:ZB l:v6B. 7:$6p 8:16 .11:199 . t.itm