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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 1 February 1902

I Mines and A ItiUHlnn "pood" t gold la 000. .1. A linker am! ,1. ! I.aubach aro Working SOUK' III I til M loClltiOllH tit Teeoloto, The mine and proopoct hole if the I lll canyon district mo showing up In line hIiiik. The average Ca Ifnmiti (tf quick silver Ih iiIicmiI one pound to every llfty loim of ore. Tlic fone in the mine anil mill at Allii'inarli' has been reduced eoiiihlor ably It will he hut temporary. Mining n th Cochltl dtstrlrt will he nt t i :i 1 1 itK atteni'eii from a.) )artn of the country before nmny weak are pant. John Sevier, for Hoiiietlme past urn ployed an nssnyer for the company at Alboinarle, haH left for San DIogo, Cu! Llnu-stonc Im a "mineral" within the meaning of the United State mining law. and may be located and patented iih a ' ' ii I ix claim. II W Kelly ami Colonel William, of Dinwr spent yoterdtiy at Teen lole. San MlKiiel eounty. looking over sotin mitutiK location. 'I'll.- Cioldi n Fleece mine tunnel, near Lake Cili Colo., Is lighted by uloetrlc ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 1 February 1902

I Kailroad Topics Conductor M V H 11 tin h si vt roil 111 r cnrr.i lions with 11k rniifad com pany nt Wlnslow Kl it tun n 15. !: Hlekncl'. of WlnMnw, loft the service of tin- Santn Fe Pad Ho last Wednesday j Min. H. W. Kite Ih dead at Roanoke. Cn. She was tin; wife of a former bollortnukor at tho local shops. ! Hrakotunn l.opoz, running oflt of, Wlnsdow, rosti;ntil from the service of the company the first of the wool;. HiihIiip No. Sfll passed through this oily fmm tho cant en mute to tho San ta Fe Pac tii for iv;ee out went. T1k Colombo .ft Southern now tins llilrtj onR.mn and iruin crows run ittttf noilh nnd south out of Trinidad. .Mr. ami Mm. IMwnrd Nelson aro re Jpleifti over tho nrrlval of a bouncing hiihy hoy. Mr. NoIhoii Ih a shop em ploye. Brake man H. Hopwood. who has boon eiaplo.wd by the Santa Fo Paclllc at WIiib.ow for sonic time, left for Cali fornia. Hurt Cnlvor, wh wotked In tho holl er department of tho .ocnl shops some tlmo last year, wan drowned In Mex ico a few w...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 8 February 1902

ARIZONA KINGMAN. From "lie Minor. Judgo W W. Dunbar and wife nro again In Klngtnun and w.H heroaltor inane thin their homo. Judge Uunliar linn boon Joohlng niter IiIh oil Interests In ToniifwHtM' for nevornl months ami believes thnt hlii company has valuable luopcrty. Thu company Ih now on gngoil In erecting a rig 0:1 thu lanil unit will soon begin drilling. Henry Ilannoii. who wan liailly humid l.y an cxploBlon of oil gas at th C () I), mini?. sune weeks ugu, Ih h8t recovering. His hands won? so vetoly burned, anil It may ho boiiio thiif heforo liu rofiahiH the entire ubo of them. Tho accident Ih HiippoHi-il to havu boon onused hy tno removal of one of tho burners without turning off the oil nnd whllo tho fttrnuco was still very hot. An eight-horso team loaded with mippIIOH lor tho Golden (lorn mine left Kingman. On the streets weio ten or, twelve teanm lor.iled for the various mines contiguous to Klngtiinn. TIiIb Ib n good showing for the town and an in-1 (Mention of the ainoiint ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 8 February 1902

j Notes from Correspondents BERNALILLO. Special Correspondence. lloniallllo, Jan. .'II -Cruglo Elds, who Iiiib boon working nt the Aloe inurlo mine, returned to IiIh father's ranch, on account of a grout ninny men being lalil off at tho iiiliiu There Ih a great deal of copper ore coming In tho laHt few days from tho Jiirn-Trias copper mines at Sunorltn. Francisco Montoyu Ih going to start tomorrow to ln-k out for Ills Interests on IiIh sheep ranch. (Jhnrlts l;c!i'it wns In town Thurs day, buyltn; i --.ipiieft f v.- his en nip. Hu 18 ilolnit h we woik la lit'.) mlnoB for custom pea pi . M. O'lionntll ifl iillt(! sick. Ho wan vltiltod by oiir doctor today. L. B. Putney Is building nn addi tional wa:'thouio In connoollon with Ills Hour mill. A ureal deal of work is going on In tho HanJia mountains ami nil tho ctlnlms oin v.o. kid by tho owners nnd nemo good il.-vt nts aro expected shortly. Sydney Poroa an 1 his faithful part ner, John, wont out on a hunting trip to kill boars. As tho b...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 8 February 1902

R.ailroad 1 ,nst Saturday, nt the shops, the new onglrr for th- h '.l' plant was un loaded. New machine j r.ii-1 'iow n.nchln stii are being it f el veil at tho local nhops every dny. No. 072. the mountain helper at l.niny, hns been Rent U) tho l.as Vegas ahops for lopnlru. Owing to houvy service, n ntuiibor of road cnglntm nio In tho local and Lna VraB aliopw for ipnlts. Clarence Sehltus has been acting In the iapmit of went nt the WIIIIiiiuh depot riurlus tho uhaeiirc ot N. .1. llud hod. Engines N- 73S nnd 70fl havo Just licon turned out of the l.ait Vegas ahops In lino condition for road worlc ngnin, JacJi l.oftus, who wont from Lnmy to Wlnnlow a fow months ago, Is bach nt his old Jolt of night car Inspector nt l.amy. Lou (lolil. night caller nt l.amy, tins been relieved ly ltosft John, of Atlanta, Mo., and returned to htn homo In Hnnln Fe. Passenger engine No. 71G, which had heon out or service In tho Union Hhops for several days, Is expected to return south noon. Samuel Hnshoy ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 8 February 1902

Gallup, Cerrillos and Bland ! ornl. Netcsy Notes From Exchanges GALLUP. I'm m the Republican. K. Spitz, of the linn of Ilfeld Ilros., of Albuquerque, paid Gallup n vlHlt. .1. H. Mooni nml il. Crawford came lit front tlic reservation on business. The old Diamond nml tho Union re sumed work thlfl week, nml nro prepar ed to fill nil orders. I'otor Kltcliun, of tho Opera House Million, has milled to tho nttrnoHons or Ills popular tosoit liy tlto addition of u I10U' pool table. I1'. Km hi nix cucr w.r inovo his Htock of Roods next week front his prosunt .ociitlnn to IiIh own building, opposite the dnpot. Miss Jennie HnyllKB wont to Hnntn I'd to ncrept tho position ns book keeper for Solomon ft Aboiislomnn, KOnornl inerrhantB Wnlter Myers and Miss Oortrudo Hnmsty, n iilere of Superintendent Hninsey. of Catolpn, woro quietly mar ried at thf Dpl8cop.il rliurch hy tho Itov. W. It. SwiUorne. A dlnnor was nerved to n few Invltiiil guests at tho residence of Superintendent Kniiisuy on tho retur...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 8 February 1902

VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1002. NUMBER 13 I New Mexico Towns LmS chucls. From IJoiwi un (. o mt. IU pub ir an I)t hull Hour hud a iiml lU'inoiTiMige an. I i8 i i j ,i)v Mit, Hen WlllinniH. who Ii:ih boon visiting her pniouts hoie, i f ft fur Ln .Inula, where she will mala- her futnri.- llUlllt. We arc ploasoel to bo able to fiiy tliat Miss Lluwullyu, who Injurud tiur ankle in tai' liiHt imaket Imlt game, Ik litnk.ng rupld recovery. On Tuesday uvoulng, Jnnuiiry 28, Profci.sor iiusloy untortulnoel tin ex perimental fetation HtulT and lliulr wlvos at elliutor. MI mi (ilhsnn and Miss Horning arranged tlio iiioini, and th iiu-iii was a feast to bo remem bered. Misses llilnn, Harney and Nel son waited upon tliu gui'sts. Those pi i sent were Pre'sldout and Mrs. Feia-j tor Pieifo. sor and Mrs. lloss, Profess or mid Mr.-. Vernon. Professor and Mi tt. Hare. Professor and Mrs. Wootton, 1'iofesiO" and Mrs. Lester and Pro fessor llarrlu. i Jiulgo I'huffoo showed us...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 8 February 1902

Ik -3 A! nine Wriklij uilnm HI ' ('HKIH'1 1 , ITIII.IHMKIC WM11THJ.V UATHh flf ydr y no l.oti i,et up u tree plnnUim Imam In this eity. Tin) Nmv Moxlrnn I Informed Hint liOio Is mi sort of flirfit over the city tllfWllon in Albuquerque. Everybody Is too limy to talk politic. .Venn Mexico "xtenils Id Governor ()lrn giuMl wlnlien and cheerful groet inac. May bin coming iitlniltilitrntlon ho the bout In the history of the terrt tiny. Tko flsal nfttclnl tatlstirs show the ngurtqinted iiiovuinont of inorclinndlno liy tlio commerce of tin- United States In HWI. to hnvo amounted to $S2..Wi. 000,000. an Increase or $r,n,soo.oon ovor l!i00. This country Ih doing nil thnl It can In nn humble way to civilize and Chris tin nlt' tlio world. A Hostou steamship bus just stilled for Africa wltn oiioiirIi rum on hoard to li'tovlento 1.700,(100 men. South Carolina forbids tlio carrying of any pistol Iohh tlinn three pounds In weight or twenty-two Inches In length. Tho solium of that stnto aro dntor n...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 8 February 1902

and Coal mid copper nnvo recently boon scovoreri on ttio l.amy grant, owned tlio Onriordonk Llvo .Stock com .ny. I Two of Roosevelt's Rough Riders o nt w rk on tin Cold Stunrinril ml no nr Golden. They hnvo not npplliMl for dcrnl poHltlona. jjolin Patrick mid Jim Faust Imvo 'ruck u good body of copper oro In Jolr Stoinbrlllos mine, Snn Andtos, lilrli nniH .1 pur com. Tin- Modoc mill, In tlio Orgnna, will art up In about thirty ilnys turnliiK it ruiecntrnloH which will ho stored cao the lead market is not opened, The McKlnley Gold .Mining company vov conse work on their nroiierty In 1 ...,.,., v mmh , if Mm ki 1.1MrnaiMiif.ii hey have a largo hody ot rich oro In """I " -...-... Sght now, Superintendent Sans Conger, of the . Lazarus mine near Golden, Is ap- roaching the dyke ami expects to Piiilui a rich (hid when It Is reached. 'ork is progressing dally on thin prop ty. Much devclpument Is being dono on le Prolzmuiin group of initios, near nn Pedio. and higher up on the Oro nay mount...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 8 February 1902

I STOCK NOTES in . i ule n th" total was t3l 875. I in tut nl fur r'' wiiK 7 1. .103 and the total foi I s va 7f. 111. Der i iiilx r mtt wore admitted at the prii'tn t.J follows. Bl Paso, .'!. 1 S 1 ; Numlra. r, oil; ami DIugo, IKS head. The dent Inst Ion of llio greater num ber wan Cnllfornlit, for griizlne, pur puses. 7,1 ID out of tlio total going to that stnto. Tin t I in' n of ' uthtt" -t' ti I lilt h bit- : i tin null win' a f II then- h f. -a in c aii". Hal isir i if ('ambrnj uns In l.as Ortu w lut week. He I tnlkliiK of i (Win bin tuttto up the river near Ft. SaJtlaii. ! tlaitwiMl for rwdm In Kunuia nM M Mauri hi brisk, owing to the nrfM wiMther that hue premHed during tJlB MfUMii 0. 14. WiWttlll. of SlfttiKiHOrti. Colo.. ft, N.,w,(.8 for feeding 'n Arizona HtnppN i rani win jriiidihi j.iw iuuhw lUirclHHi.'ii of Mamnn Montoya. Thn iqn price wtm tmld, nbout $1.7ft pm llOull. .). C. final, or Clifton, Arttum, I mtotl iih ono of Llio heaviest buyers of IIMf entile operating In ...

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. — 15 February 1902

VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1902 NUMBER 14 New Mexico Town LS VEGAS. From lap Optic I'lii- ladle of the Kpls'-opnl cliurcli clHi, i! about $40 last i r-nlng by tiulr Sllpjl'T lia.t.i Strnpp will accept a poslt'on villi th- Colorado Telephone company at Uuraiigo. Colo, He loaves for that puliit to'lni. Tin Hits-Browne woo1 scouring mill (.trnmr-d up yiwtarday for the purpose ft afng up tho brick and mortar, tt will lie rondy to stmt up at full blast ii' i week. r'lur'-nce iiicn ban accepted the posi tion nu bookkeeper with the Onus Kel ! enmnany. succeeding Mose Thmnnn. who went to Knnsns City. Clarence Is a competent and fnkhful Worker mid will pi-ove hlmi-elf a vnlunble man In b"s new cRiiacltv. Tom Hi-Menin, an old Lns VcgnB bev. I renorted to have been arrested nt th- lllock rnneh nenr Itoswell. for c -tun tent Inn In .lie murder of a neluh-' I -Inc rnnchmnn and for burnlntr the Veiises. He wns detected ns being tho nwner of tho gun which was used by...

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. — 15 February 1902

IV I I Hi;, lKI ''' '' " H' HII'TlUN ' veai. .. H1 H .' a win py $mo ww for n 1i ait ai tow nftTnoon dally pup !it, territory ...nver PosA la now the In. Kent Terrltor an- not ready for state , . . IN U Rocky inouutuiu it- hood. I'Iiohc of OKluiiouiu aie. iew Mexico Iimh been an organized territory for fifty jours, and Arizona .. marshn. of AiUonn I ac ha t,1,u lU '' greater . two murder lu Dodge Cltv, 1 Hrt "r lh!l l"l,e- Oklahoma, nlthoui;h young i. hM o Inrgi- a population and i It has lift n setl.ed by y Intelligent and K. 1 a no nllernoon paperK of I. an uould cod , ol date and give the (Whit u good nwwspapci. Il uulegme ltodoy secures Htatuhoud fr ,. jtlexlco lie can get anythlnt; i)Mt.ti in the gift of tho peop.e. fhwth Afilcn linn about clonuoil out tilt! ttu Kupp.y of Montanii. It Is i tlt ej hnt 100,000 were Hhlpped lant yoftr. Thin city lean the territory lu odu ituttotid inatteiD, and lnix a puhllo HCltool lyttem equal to any city of 1 1 utile in any state. Socrelary t'o...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 15 February 1902

( Mines and Mining excitement n Ttilnrojii Ih nt fovor hunt. .1. I', Colloid Ib running the hoist nt tint Wloke initio nonr lllllsboro. .L I). Richards, f Gallup, spent yes- tonlny In the city, going houIIi last uigui. niniiiti Mir uie t. i.iiiui i-uiiiiuj, where gold has recently been dlscov- cred Clyde Whltesenrver lias given up IiIb Job with the expresH coniiany In Trinidad and loft the Mist of the week to go to work on the Scnnto Hob-Tall mine at Ellznbothtown. Dr. Piilllnm nnd Attorney Hutchison bought three claims In the gold field near Tnlarosa at $100 each and In three hours nfterward were offered $250 per claim and refused the offer. There le considerable excitement nt I, amy nt present, endued by a reported strike of Hue copper ore on the l.ainy grant owned by tho Onderdouk Live Htock company. There Is a shaft sixty loet mep ami iney are in good ore. They alo have a line body of coal. Foreman Krloke. of tno Mamie Rlch mond mine. Informs tlm lllllsboro Ad vocate that large ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 15 February 1902

ARIZONA "i - TNS so simpior, asking Hint Judgment what thoy linvo missed by not signing abdomen, and It took them thrco nnd rami bum-ess nt tin name rate from i turned in the mini or I). 0, with in htm. Thoro In no ehunco fo Amos, ono hnlf hours to perforin tho opoin either place. Now Is tho time for I ns it, ior goods sold to tho said Sim- breaking In with the local team, as tlon. Tho Kin feels bright nnd i'Ii rr ehns to wnko up to her opportunities i' FLAGSTAFF. of Wctti"! n " ' t'H-r for soni. t'tno. bus aevoieri ill' roninctlrm with (lint Arm. and has to I it position i n ftc rn'i i for a r t claat tnltntliig o - IrlllllithttH'Ilt The fnl'nv in-: were mtrciMtful bid der on mall r'ntt-H 'it tills Dillon: DbvI K 'V 'ell H "r-ronU to Roger: O. IiYom the Gem r ,mk Mc-llrlde Una gone to VII dm ti '"alrte. !:vn Voat left for H ntu Ana. t'.i vti-e she will v'slt fi t tuo n.xt i months. the tltw F k i ne, da i. n Mi opera houee. ti. I t njfir ran- K. .1 'Vnt on. II lhmok to ii t. annrf ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 15 February 1902

AHMY BOARD. It is a Notnblo Board of High Rank ing Army Officers, FEW INTERESTING FACTO. The nrniv honrd Iutoly In scadon In YtusMn. ton is remarkable In many ro mi' 1 1 In tlio mnttor of military ran it it Ik t'ii' most Important board over cocstit tiftl In tin- tilBtoiy or tlio urmy 01 tii" United Hlntes. Sin 1 In the 01 dor or their lineal milk. U o i'.ii nilii'iKliln or tlio normi '.s ns n Howit I frut i t General Nelson A. MHoh, foninmitu.il,', i!io unuy. nlor () tvrnl John R. Urookc. com mam. ig tbr dor-nrtmeut or tlu. oust. Majir General Elwull a. Otis, com innmlng tlio dopnrtinhont ot tlio Inkcs. Mnjnr General H. It. .M. Young, com n n.i'inu, tlio dupnitmont. or ('allfoniln. MnJur General Arthur MucArtuitr, commanding the department or Colo rado. llpundlor Ooneral John C. HatuH, ff trt .in.iii.K tlio department or the .Missouri. Urlgniler General George M. Han tlall commanding the department ot Coliiinl'ln. IJtitinilK r General William A. Kol.he, iinnsBiguod. IV out I Wallac...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 15 February 1902

Notes from Correspondents QCLEN. Sporlnl Correspond! mi Helen. Feb. 7. - Helen wn thrown Into n stntc of excitement tin- first ol tho woott over n mini dog scare. even dun woro lilttuii. mill till have U-en j kllliMl, hut no mil.' hns livon able to 11ml out to whom the niuil dog belongs. Last Monday, tho lloyilay elul or unnlftail n howling contest, composed of the following four clubs: Stars. Orencenu, Senator ami Owls. Tho Star nml Orescenta howled tho llrst , gam of the aerlea on Inst Tuesday evoiiln., tne Broil nml make-up of tho teams ait' an foilnws. IMRBr (iAMN. Stara-- o. i. Dailies 19. as, ns. so, ion. 111. 181, 161. 171. L. C. IleekM 0. 00, St). 108, 11Y, 121. 110. 1M3. IMi. 1W. Krnaior 0, IS, AH, Dr., 71. 81. 03. IIS. 183. Ml .1. V'eistk-h P. 91. 2,1, II, 012, 70. 7u. 5r. 101. 110. MlM Kwts 7, 11. 91. 30, 11, 01, 81. io;i. ut no. Mr. Le Hrun- 9. 18. JTr, nr., II, 62. VI. SO. St, 9. Mrm. Oyter , 83. u. til, 00, OH, 77. S3. i)2, OH. Mm. Ileyorfonl 1, . 88, 37, 10, GO, OS. 7...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 15 February 1902

Railroad Topics Biiulnv afternoon "i two liatu ball teams of tho lora lions will otoes bills, nivisi'ui No. i !. n. ( i.. i:., win give Hk Ii II rut minimi i. it .t Wlnslow February 21. t'm tiiui Loo lott lllllslioro to accept a position with Hi Santa Fo Cotitrnl Railway luuipnny. Tho forci of machlnUts anil boiler makers at tlu IiipiiI shops Ib rece'.vlng now intuits dally. John U . traveling anglnoor, spent Inst nit lit m Uie city, jplnr? to l.no Vegas this morning. Thi was i n y ono sect'on of pa- BOiifior train No. 2 thin morning on tic ooinit of tho llgnt travel. N .1 MiiiIkoii Iiiih returned front his vitiation mid resumed IiIh duties iih agent ut tho WllllnniH depot. Santa lo Watch Inspector Sam Vimn returned Sunday morning from n trip down tho HI Paso hranpli. lie was ab sent it week. .1 ll Shoeki y. of Cimarron, Knns.iH, Ib th now operator at tho Cerrlllon de pot, tukliiR tho place of Oporutor Flynn who loft Inst week. l)r 1-3. i Siinw. or l.no egas. anil Dr .1 I Kiu tor. o...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 15 February 1902

."i ;c,4 'win i STOCK Honil Uros. nro moving tholr sheep, 1,300 In number from tho vlcln'ty of WnBon Mound to fjnl.ro Spring Snn MI,iio1 countj. K. S. Oosnoy loft ringstnff for Kirk- Inml mill Phoenix to look nftcr lil Imnris tu sheep ranging In Ynvnpnl nnd Maricopa counties, Tho prediction la mat all hinds of stock will open brisk in the spring. Sheep men may feet easy, as mutton nnd wool will be In demand. Parties from Texas who drove In cows and heifers nro rooding tnem on uiiuuii vniHiioini e nun. mur mum- well, ami win iook lor a rnnKo in mo spring. Jim Crockett possod through Alio with 2.20U rliuep belonging to W. 0. llnmllton, of lloswell, N. M. Says ho will Khlp to Chicago over tho new Hock Island to.Kl. Mworr.. Stewnit and i.enther, of Sun .Mail loiimy, lest about five hend of their cattle last week from blaeKlog. They nnvo van mated the balance of the hard n:m uo n. tner losses nro nn tlelpmod. Tho Cnrlsbn'l Arp.t: : rayn: More eat tie buyern will he hero this spring thnn ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 22 February 1902

VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1002. NUMBER 15 New Mexico Towns LAS VEGAS. From the 'looord 1 It Haca publisher of lite Suntn Hosa Voz Publlca. Is In the city, H, M Williams, who liiis been suffcr Ing for weeks with mi nttnek of pnoii uioiilii In able to lie out uguln. Hit hnrd Dunn ciime up from Tlnqitln (1 n Mixiro. mill left for Ills homo at Gascon X Jordan, who has mnilo his homo In thh city for somo yours, nc coinputHiil hy Ms family will lonvo for Duner Oi n Whlleinan has written Catit. W (' Held thnt troop A will hold Its first encampment In July. The place has not yi t been chosen. Hninon Gnbaldon. of Howe, who had an operation performed on him nt the home of Jose II. nonilnguoz. Is getting nlong nicely and will soon recover from his long Illness. The chrlstt nliig of the babes of Mr. anil Mr .! A Colleges took place In the west side Catholic church; also the christening of thf babes of Mr. and MrH A linen and Mr. and Mrs. Hmliio Sumorn (let rge Ar...

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. — 22 February 1902

C IV f CllI Ij Ullnfll WUn'- ,V W(J('ltKI(!IT. lM'llM.HliHHs I'HSOItll'TION lUTI. n oo I. in Onices Ih to ho Incorporated this j'Ottr. There In mi liimil polities. ominous quietude In Union should lie inndo Hunt of Valencia county. the county Tlio I'apiiMo InitlniiB of Arl.oim arc boeoiitliiK ilvllljted. ()ut of tliotn tit oil 10 commit suicide the otlii-l dn. This city la becoming iiotinl for the number of kooiI racing horses ownoil here It Is time Hint HpiiiiK races wore iirnuiKoil. ! A wont report plncin tlio iiuitiliur i nt canes or small po In tlio ttnitoil States nt 12, 1S2, iih t'otnpnroil with l.-l KM a vonr .mo. I Colonulo Ih excited ovor oil, niul Don vur In to I nt iTiitcil in oil stocks that no murder hits oocurroil thoro In tho pint couple of days. There In an ni'tlvo demand for nitilim for the South Arrlcnn war.whlch IB an Indication that the I loom have no Idea of HiinoiiilerliiK. Throe hundred IiIIIb for public build ings have boon Introduced In coiiKreHH ho fnr thin...

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