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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 July 1901

NFW MFXIPrttftWMQ ..... ... iuumui Snrnrrn I n Hriinrn: ?m Mnrnlnl oocorro, Las oruo&s, aan marciai, Hlllsboro, Gapltan. SHORT IWTERtSTING PARAGRAPHS. sooorro. I'rom th Chieftain. I'rof. C. L. Harrlek wm In (own n HllOfl urn OU MIS Wg BOUtk. A postoftlce has been established at Joseph, this county, with Joseph C. Armstrong m poettnnatvr. The clt liens of Prim have, at the suggeotlon of superintendent fllfsgo ". .nibeeribed h nice sum for tit erection of a new school house. Born, Thursday morning. July Itk, of the wife of ft U fortune of thta city, a II pound daughter. Mother and rnihl HI doing well. M ltd. For tune's patriotism never h questioned hereafter. Moo Daniel II. McMillan was In the i lly attending Ui orttclul bualn. J mix McMillan and family contemplate a trip eaat during th summer the trln mnufliHfl a rtmi at m Pan-American exposition I'rof r. A. Jones returned from Im ('riiciii and vicinity, where he lll some work in connection with th United Slate geological survey....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 July 1901

fee sS&ft THE WESTERN TOWNS, HolbroOkt WttMami, FlrgtiflfT, SI. Jlkat, KiagsYrtar. urd W.t.ilow. BATCH Or I.VTItfnwC PARAOTrill. HOLBftOttK. J "row Ike Argaa. Wra. Amos ami totally left fur Oak mad. Oirgrm, and will remain there about a month vlalllng wllh relatives "f Mrs. Amo. Adas IImm and fatally cum orir Imvlnc turned their home at Adam iia la Mr. aXevenaou who recently pur chased (he mm. Mr. M. J. Wood Hill tear for her future home In l.o Angeles, Mm Wood ha always been a faithful worker la church and aortal matter and will Ih greatly missed lijr her matty Iftilhrimk blend A. ftr-hnsier and family left for 8a a la Monica, Cal , where they Intend to make their future home. Mr Schuster will divide bit time Ix-twwn here and I hen-, and will probably return about Repiemlw-r I at In hmk after hs bus iness Interest hero. The fourth was unite generally observed In Holhrook. although there wa no general celebration. Many private how and business him were h1omey ilecoraiod with the...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 July 1901

0 xfhtu !3I EES ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY ISO. 1901. NUMBER 36 VOLUME 10. THE ODD FELLOWS, Grand Lodge In Sossion at tho Tor rltorfal Capital, SEMICENTENNIAL GELGBRATION. Tbe (Mr dnj"B' eetebraUou or the Nml-ontinHlnl of Tratw-Mlawwrl Odtl Fellowship mhI the sessions of the Grand Ixidge of New Mexico opened very anspicottsly TneadHy moth inn at Santa F. The tmtli or waa Ideal, the ctUtUmS twifnw irinrtad liberally to tbe mil to decorate their places or business and residences nml San Francisco street wm a n of flags, hunting mm! streamers, eighteen out of th twen i) I wo lodges in the JurlsdU Hon nf the Krnnil lo.lg' had delegates In addition in representation from dlffor.-nl lodge in addition in lc,gat h it ii. I tin grand OfflrOln The (Hilillr meeting was called in nr dt In Masonic hall on tbe east side of ihc puua at Hi o'clock yesterday forenoon iy tlraad Master Homer T UnaeR of la V"gae, Hon. Amnnd Chaves, mayor of Hants Fe. made th address of welcome that waa rou...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 July 1901

T. PllRMntiRft HON. M. n. OTIRO. MM Mfthuel K. Otero, register Of in United Siatee land oglee Im Santa H. IS iM HM4 HWlMMHtlHR but yt nf Meant strength nf d rhetor and a lnwnlneui and prngrMirtvd dtitsn of tk territory. II wu born In mil In Urn ll(th town of PBntHa. Ih tk county of Vn leneta. tk county which tat stnd fasti and solidly voted for lb re imhttMH party sine Ike organlsAtlon ( llwt party In Ik territory and haa never nltifwl or wnvred In that Ilto father wm Judge Antonio .Iom Olm and hit mother wm ftanclson (1IWTM, both descendants of llhtS- trloM Smmwm mmllMs who were among the sarly settlers of Now Max im Ills father WM aasorlat jHttle of th am mi Bran court of the ler rttory of Nt w Mekci mM prosidtng Jffrtf of th third judicial district J II mother wm daughter of Mom. iVnucitco Cbsves. governor of tk province of Now Menlcn under tb Htwnlak mwmwt. Mr. Otero rreivd h classical v,u eotiou at St. UMk university awl we in th senior dans about to grMlmcti- wken Ih wm culled...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 July 1901

R EV. J U I LLAR D ANSWERED. SW?.toJaVffAhBuS?A NEW MEXICO TOWNS. ntiMHiK ut Into n emitted, etiueatwii null ehrlstlnnUeil community. Tho Dr. C. E. Lukcns Objects to his Ar- iXln$y wnuTur iwSffi Socorro San Marcia, Alamagordo, I t tlclo Entitled "Aspersions ol Now Mexico." THE MISSIONARY UPHELD. Protestant mlsnloiinrles ami teachers, who nrr patriotic citizens, mid leei- lj Interested In soclnlnglenl ns well us Hplitttml progress, nr giving their I lives nml llif lr money mr (lie consum mation of till otul. . UH. C. It. I.UKKN3. ).. 1001 Las Crucos and Hlllsboro. SHORT INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS, ltoswell, N V. socorro. THE LOST MINE. Tin CUtton af July lilt oHiitnlnt! n lengthy article enittlwl "AiiMHUtatw of New Mexico: Rev. ,1 ullU.nl to tin It Wat Worke llmrw, etc. I am one ol the "sincere nml ilevnl d workera" referred to na the aiUhorlmlnce nnd .)tft treasure lit the vlolnl iif Mra P If tllnoWl.itff mi raiwirt liar From the Ohleftntn. Mlu AUmi U'nltalt lina l.ualt nulla e Hundred ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 July 1901

ALONG THE RAILS. InlQfostlhg Infernxitlon Regarding nallrord Offishils and Cmplnyoi, rJBWI AOBHtVlAICD ffJUM, Tie Optic my: "Immt Ph li Iffiga imm Alaajqnerquc where ha WM IwMai railroad contract" Jealge 11. I WeMo th Now Maxim OWlultwr for the Main Pe road, hn ra ta liM VagM from fin WW air. 'ilw gastal agent of the III lnnn A ijWwMWtmti railway nt Chi-Hkmo. .1. W. Vtto. ettent m few day nt While Onto. IRMn White bag tt Hrlng a hi MtHti nm4 enterntj the iHHkr "f tilt (MttoM Hell Mining company Hi UMMfcite. targe aamber of litltorwD go throng Atatnagordo each week to ww. on lb eiienakHt. Seventy-two 1 liMNfUW trow Tuceon paeeed through The following bntkemen have ro 8tfi Utolr poelUone on the railroad, rt" B. Sella, It. O'llrlan. It. UVer. J. UHlwnP. B. Null. II. (I. Hanson and Ml. Qrooomau. Two nelcea of Ojaductor J. M. MIDI), Mteees lolht and Cecil ltoV ertaoti, are enjoying tbe nlghla of Al boajoi t-ooe. comIhc Ih from Iae Voaaa the otiter evening. Th Pecos System. It la claimed,...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 July 1901

mx am SKtetiuj VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXiCO, SATURDAY, JULY U7. 1901. NUMBER 37 HI! IMPORTANT DOCUMENT, Prof. C. L Horrlok on Iho GooIorI oal Formation of tho Southwest. READ AT MINING CONORCM. ' with Iho intrusive, tju'irtxllo biuI wnn n llnt Inotlv fen tare ur tin pro spar dikes mill segrognllnii contact grain anil wns repeatedly cnroretl. under these clrrumslnnron Imvc m- A nolo by Mr. Knlhcrliiit Weight en-ted the niiHT kihI llv(r often In waa rendered in Iht own Inlinltnble ore. or great richness Imt tlir very l- nml vn tnurli appreciated. A wry iHtarwtltHt irnper mi certain awonjieHl formation, ih New Mexico, by I'ratrmmtr 0 I.. Ilerrick. wn. rend Ml tho session or the International Mining congroar. nt llnlne Idaho. It sum. Hi the result r h recent geo lavkMtl survey lir the university or Now Mexico In thin city, and The ( UU'fi republishes i be following ex tract, frotfl It: 'One ofuhc most Interesting theo retlonl reanlta of tho stratlgraphlcal work or the Now Mexico U...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 July 1901

1 MsMMKl Wwkh (f ifteen llimilMft UrCKKMI Ifm tannic SUMRJHII'TIO.N math. tlie. per year j Tk Kansas sine fields urn shrpirin; nlfMt n thousand tatm nf itre n WMk IS n slnglo Antwerp rtrm. tkrough rfitna nf shout six1 dollars n ton bar Ink Ihwm fcerum). Ortw In h vpIiII n HrtUsh pnpsr m inltmtssi mi iHternntloflnl Ink. One ftnslrk tmper suggests that the tinlror Mlr sho-HM confer im Mr. OSmesrle tha ilsrte of JU n. Ih Now York the question 'f -pay stmt" in lb park was sellled by smashing Uw chairs, anil th billlswr ants wound Hp In Hollo station. Hut tkor wer no more my chair In I he iwrk. A I8lsa.re.ph iwwmwt roviiHd h IIfv1II woman lH(n suing his com fwy Wecana k ran Into her on tbe trust "while be was traveling nt gpatit Wfwl." Thul measenger mml lt boon bound for n bull mmc. AM Antasttm. Connecticut, man jssHed "scab" it i lot nf non-nnktn Hwm coming In town under protection f 4pty rhoriffs. Him! to my fitty dnl hn for contempt of court. silence Ih h Wk4 kit goldcner than anythi...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 July 1901

MBM9 NEW MEXICO TOWNS, Santa Fo, Springer, Las Vogns and Raton. SHORT INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS, SANTA FE. From th New Moxlenn, Th (mil Uirm destroyed all Ihe Martian produce at Hi psiiltautlnry. HnmirU wir brought to tlio ally to lay that bear are umng great damage to look till the IHllvnileTH grtUlt In Hl Arriba, count. Tito Arc department of ttHitta Pe itt u mealing held hi Hit lint Iioum elMt ml Antiiulu Alurtd chief and Nugeiilo Senn UBelstnnt unlet. Iter. I. A. Hlmpkiii, dltor (if th Utah Odd Kullow uf Null l.ake City, ar rived to attend th Mint -oentHiiiilnl Odd Kelhiwa eelebrnltuii. Mr. Simp hlii It h flu urutor nuil mail mi atltlrwau at the Odd PMtow I m liquet. He wit formerly n resident uf (mllitp mill secretary uf Him grand lodge uf New Mexico. The remains of Hon. JuIih J. UiH' Itorn were taken to this Santa Pe de Mit tiy Undertaker James MrCahe and w.tru shipped to Indmnnlu. Neb., for Interment. Ilrtef service were held Hi hi home on Hillside nvenue by Ilev. W. A. Cooper o...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 July 1901

ODD FELLOWS, Brief BbgrupKfcnl Skslcliot, u Wtll K ow.i Odd rdlorts. SfLVtNt, VANN, SPCAHS AND BOWIC. Hit Saata Fe Mew Mexican pnbllsk mi mpptoMM'Ht of fonr page to Ita PSBHtar paper yesterday, wherein it im the full nroreerttiiaa ot the re dtttl weetlHK of ibe grand lodge nf 0) TOlaws In that city, wllli brlrf WTfle-ap ami Halftone ruta of the (inmmI grand oSlrer amI past arnml maeisv. The ( itlaen rafweilHrM the JNMefces about n. R. SteroiM) ntnl I. vfiHH of (alt city, and John 0. Spears an. ANw rkrwie, erf rinllnp: PAT OHAND M ASTISK BTRVHNB. Mom hI Norway, nxford county. Me.. (let-owner I, 1817. Who Initiated lain tbe I. O. O. P. at Coalmount, I'n., UMlHMHt ItMif, NV Ml, at I MP age Ot II years and Three month, ami for 31 years ha been nrtlr member ol lb order vlthoul a suspension or hips. During lata time he has held MMbraM, In Omaha. Neb, l.eaven worth, fta.. and 'wo lodge in Allot qeerane, M. ,M. lit- vg made camp taeer in Konsa. ami now m mom an- of No I of Albuquerque. II w...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 August 1901

VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, AUGUST , 1901. NUMBER 'M NEW MEXICO TOWNS, Bland, Magdnlona, Lordsburg, Ros well, Stiver City. SHORT INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. OLAND. Krom the Herald. Hev. (I. it. Mnddan and family, who nave been visiting in mhm f. return ed li (Hand. Mih Tli mipson W. time, wife of ir in !'. Iium returned to the tmmp r n pleasant visit to frNnMla In Mania rV and I. Vegas. Philip Cmik, of Im Vega, who hM '- visiting with Jus. lloutledge and family. hM returned in his home In the Meadow city. Tin- asseesmenl work for moi has 1 ) done on the Utile Mold, h mlN- inn claim situated In Colin canyon, and owned iiy j, . Vaughn and other Ban tn I'V istrttea. ICd. M. Kllr. of Albemarle, an old I Inter and Mn o mrmtwr of Ihe llrst Territorial Volunteer Infantry, who served in Oeorgta during the Spanish American war. waa a pleasant visitor In Hi U ramp Saturday. Hank Hitler, who conducts h livery, feed sml ante stable In this ramp awl Kim In aim. tin- accommodating p...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 August 1901

SBBi r. I I'hl.imil l aUHfOHIITMN gTgB .... ioo Then- la groat activity Ih nil III mining iMM(w of New Mnlm. mr. hundred muttons I no mil igoi. of Urn drouth Iom to tho UitltiJ gifitiM. Ttai twiirtkts' I (hT ihIihm (if IlMtffVtlt tiHllMK ttt MTHMtMn yr at im to Delegate Rodoy wl.l try to git Oh) AMHtNtti rtronm. nf Oils lorrllary r BiBtlwil with youua trmu QMd rolH burr vlaHeH" every por tJM f Mgw Mnloo. Oroya of all will bo above the average. Tmmc tamtM will conmaml h ftrtoa HWt (Ml and thto territory will tffre aeveral hundred thousand to soil. Bryan l bring deserted by tbe dam aoratkt lea-ler. nnd he I being cruet iimi mm tke croni, of political defeat II ia carefully estimated that tk iMjuUHow nf Now Mexico kM mcrea L ted thou Hi ore the first of Inat Po cownt I In bo surveyed n J. I.. Slmmermau. Ht a root nf $S. Ml. A similar work ahonld be done Iff tkta county. A motfitml paper suggests that mod atH bant wave an' canoed by lb (MMWUng of th country atlombnrt Crt adWiHettiK ehll...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 August 1901

NEW MEXICO TOWNS, Deming, Socorro, San Marolal, Las Cruccs, Gallup. SHORT INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. OEMINO. Hbtolnt Oorreepomltincio. Demlng. N. M.. July Mm. V. II. Orwr lint returned fmiu liar California t rlt. whlrli wna a very pltmaant ona. Mra. C. P. Itnvll and Mian nertrtida Houlrea whii imvH Ihwii nl llntihltn for the pant three ninnllis nunc In the Int tnr wrl r the weak li visit friend in Demlng. Tlijr left for llnehltu Hfltlir ilitr night. Demlng ami tin- country nurrtmnilliiK has been blessed with several soaking rains of Into. Hsperlally In the north of the Uiwn the grass I lregttiulng to ahnw n very henlthy color. J. .1. .Inooheon of the Cnnnlgrc plant Ima til in a stenm iiinii of good slxe with which In pump water for IiIh nl fulfil, corn, fruit nml other rrp when wuter ruin, low in the Irrigation illtch. Although Hip Mimhres fruit crop will Ih- h comi-nrullvely small one thin sen mill. other inriH produce is iIiiIiik well Wntermelnue are growing In n heulthy hI'. nml nt ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 August 1901

THE WESTERN TOWNS. HBlbiftk, WNUmm, FinfUffT King- man and St. Johns. uAToii or iot dhotiim r,mmm, HOLIHtOOK. Hflih lbs Argus. Weulst (Imi. have made winstdHrn. Bnwwmmli in their atom Mfc Marcy Mr A wtU frfvmlB In Wlm THgfS Will I lit McAllister l rMtlnc nrtslow. east flflr eastern VM(M to see the atMke ilnnce nt the Mgflw viimge. 8. V. Voting, from Plangmit Valley, wtw In llolbrank. Mr. YoHttg m mie m Um ablest Betllcrs In tti valley. .MIS. P. a. Out loft for Colorado Sfttium. Ooto.. where ah was called Iff fir to the alt bed of her alater Mr. 0. received a telegram a abort time Inter that Mra. (tatea alatr hHtl dtl. Mlaa IMlterswi Buperlulemlenl of the Indian school nt White river. Ief iW bat vacation. Mlaa Patterson will tMt Um Pan American expoallloM and iHRMMMHt eastern points before re A Setlug of the itlrectora of the A. C. SC. I. was held at the store here Timmt present wpiiv President James it. Unlet. MK. John W. Freeman. Jagg N. Smith. John W. rYceman Jafaa A. rreeMNH. Nle...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 August 1901

VOLUME 10. THE WESTERN TOWNS, Gallup, Holbrook, Wlnslow, Will iams, Flagstaff and Kingman. HATCH OF INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. GALLUP. I'rom the Itepubltenn. Considerable eurk la being Uonw Ujr tin- various oil rnmimnleu on their respective iroHillM. lioticrl Carpenter, a young kid from AMiiuiitu'. wn In town two days ngo inn nwaj (mm home nml lila mother Im much worried nbout him. Mm J. Poster hcolt. Mrs. Alice Mc Clung nml Misa Kthle Scott arrived frutn Ktioxvllle. Ynn., nnd nre vlnlt UK their relative Mr. nml Aim. K. K rtcotl Some nnenkthlef entered tleorge 3 littlit m foi1! and made away with a linmlx r of hi chicken. Mra Nenhorne. Mia Codwels hhI Miss JuIiiimii wore member nf the iwtv which vlalfd the ftinl pueblos till week (in Holiday I nut Joseph Moaby. n rol on I lotharlo eloped from here with tin- white wife of h colored miner ' In nlno charged with tnkliiK 16 IxloiiKitiK tn another imrty. Mamr Hnsylott of lort Donative Kliciit Thursday In OallHp. looking ntt' i Ih" Interest,...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 August 1901

ft ft hi fifteen HiH)MK4 & McTHIU'lM'. iTui.mmir- IllNMOHrttON HAT NO. .NNrw Mtilra always favored with pawl wwather. Gvwr 3,0. oon persona In Oermany nr liHHirwl against Mlnese. TJ Clthen imbtlshes the new Of this etly nut) territory mi His twy It )inptn. Tit (nwH of l.wton In Oklahoma hi n WHk old and ha Ion thou.nnil In ImtdiaHta. Tlitt manager of tha llaffKlo exposi tion expect to make mooey enough In iwr It bonds and to return the money Invested by stockholder. Nothing that ran iHimlblr be darts rttl tn advertise New Mexico to the wnrhl onn be aa effective m n coin lllata ewMntt of mineral maonrt'ea at Ik Si. I .out exposition. Mm year the I'Hlted States sow" to MItM, Central America and South At so Ho cotton goods value) at 38, flMM, WHIN flroat 1 1 lit h In mW t th Mine countries Stt.OOO.OOU worth of simitar good. Tim supply of coal In New Mexico to prmUenlly inexhaustible On lac road frtw Uila illy to lHrango there la oimtiMh coal to supply the world for QOntMrtoa. The i...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 August 1901

ALONG THE RAILS, Interesting Information Regarding Railroad Officials and Employos. NEWS IN ABBREVIATED FORM. (leorgo McKIm has elmrge of Ihe engine on tii-niid oanynti work irnin. The Santa Pe Punlflc will put In WWP llllt" TUHl etlttte lit A!l cOfk tight nwny. Surveyors will ooinmnnre running tinea from Maine mid BhihiI next wosk for railroads to Hip Omnil onnyoit of me coHirtuio. A native wn nreldentnlly killed nt th cinder pit fifteen mile wmt of flagstaff liy n nek fulling on him Willie loading CBM. Attorney II It. Hlllnwoml unit .1. W Thurlior were visitor to Williams on hnstuana connected with tlin Oraml canyon rnllrontl settlement. Mnglneer Piper wn taken from hla engine nt Han Mnrrlal Inst Tuesday evening to go under the on re of a physician for some tiddcu Nine Ronton Porcmnn II. C. Hunter ha realgnert lilt section on Santa l' iTtrino mil of Williams ami taken similar HHiitlan on the San Joaquin The wife of HiiKlueer C. W. Whit ney, who una charg of the (Jranil canyon rail...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 August 1901

REV, m, J, JUILLARD. Ho Answers Oliargos Miido by Rev. Dr. f. E. Luksns, LIVELY MMim CONTROVtRaY. (Inllwp. N. M, Aug. S On my ra- turn Tram on Mltiwl rl. In th south flf my imc'sh. my attention I cnlfBcl tn nn nriiile signed Dr. C. II. l.tikens n hi aaltrtl nnswar in nn nr Halo af tnlno whkh Appanrod In The Gillian an the nth of July. My Article was called by nn editor IaI of the llostnu Transcript (sent to me by n MnArtchusett lawyer) com- plaining noout iw unrmiiieu comit- tl.. of New Mexico. Tlial editorial I w IwnugM for l by n napr ml . liv n "ulnrarn ft nil ilnvotefl wnrMr ' i or Snn Mateo nt n meeting In liimtnu. In commenting Ihl paper, th Iloston TrniiBertpt hnil raid "In this part of the national domain It appear, pag anism Is rampAnt. Ignorance flourish o nnil degradation In tlio common condition. The i luce. It la iltclnrml. In b tlurk nn OmIhr, Inilln or Afrten. Imlnttrtnl iroRrM. the Krwit rlrllliw. Iiaa loft thotw (inrsllctn iintuuehtHl." Htr. It war n AlAiidAr nntl I...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 August 1901

a ithm re" VOLUME 10. THE WESTERN TOWNS, Gallup, St. Johns, Williams, Flag slafl and Kingman, HATCH Or INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. QALLUP. From the Itepublioan. On Monday lam tha iiwtininu Oil romiwny liml reached u depth of 1Rl. ....... M jim. w wiiii uieir nrw won. y building R reservoir they succeeded In getting mi abundance or witter to work with The wall I fmirtwn Inches in ni meter. Willy . Www, general auperin ti'tlitunt of the ('.. P JO I I'-n'a li.iu. Hill lii (Isllup mill Welti I ty, left for n jimm ibh wuii nit mmiiy, who nave been Iti m.uthern California for Mime lime imst. I.at Sunday live loams of mule nun nones were stolen from Mexican living in the wMt end of town. Th stock was prolmlily run off south liv two Americana huI n Mexican. whi were ramped wet of tit town No report wm made of I he knot of the nnlinnlM nut II I'rlday Til- iIhi.- given Ml the Odd PYi low hall for Die benefit of Mrs. Neo tbM.i proied to In. n very successful Dili In . verv iwnwri Aluwi ri. il- ,f ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 August 1901

IIUMIKH A Mr'"BKUIilT. iTRi.tsiirn wtmmxrrton tuT-m. Ittten, lrt year Irritation tMM MMRlli and fmetry nre nil ic i. ii I. ii i no muiri- nn i (Mr MM i 'u.' .tl tpnt. Til gnl I xtrlM ttNn alreadi coat or thai. '"n,onn. It i malM to b ..' u what It will gain TV coal output of New Mxbo a cording to Btatlallca Jut iMiMii-h' '1 )hw Increased from 1.022.1'.: t"t m im to IJtt.IkU ton In 1'.'"" '!' anting In value mom t'an twin Mr official fold output of the ti irit mv The toUl output oi the 1'nltc.i Hint' Increased In inn' time from i.M TJD Hit to JM.wi4.2H I ton. TO CHICK CONSUMPTION. The movement by the city routu ll nt tlM Instance ol the health ottlrer 1 to rssUice the danaer of contracting tit lierculosi to n minimum, l a com lHWdabl one, the Phcnlx lie publican- It In murk more essential in Phoenix thao It would Ihi In a northern city, on ccwBt of the great or danger to which our tltlien urn ex poaed by rruiin 1 i the presence, ea iwelally during tb fall, winter and ttpring month of...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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