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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 26 July 1902

I Railroad The Itlsbee rallioad Ib dully expect ing four moro now locomotives. Contractor Anson, of tho firm of An son & Holmnn, was n passenger north tills morning. Scvtui oil burning locntnotlvea wont west for the Southern Pacific rnllrond during me week. II Lambert lu to lio the traveling en gineer on the ICI Pnso-Ilock IhIuihI, with iK'ndqti.uterH nt Alnmogordo. Conductor Silverman litis returned from a trip to Denver and resumed his run between El Paso and Santa Kosu. Engineer Ous Lcsomnnn and Engin eer Piper, ol Snn Mnrclai, hnvu had their applications for a vacation ap proved. Capt. It. M. Splvey, special Inspector for the Harvey system, Is lu the city. Capt. Splvcy Is an old friend of J. W. Edwards. .Machinist Fred C. Pulson, a round house helper nnd W. Clark are two of the unfortunates who lost tnelr Jobs on pay day. A sdlllelct.t aiuciiut of money has been raised by Trinidad citizens for the const ruction of a $250,000 electric street railway. Passenger train No. 2 was...

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. — 26 July 1902

THE STORM CENTER. Few Facts About Rain and Hail Storm in Northern New Mexico. HEAVY SHEEP LOSSES. A correspondent of the I.ns Vegas Ittmord, writing from Watrous. under tlmato their aggregate losses at 100 dnto of .July 21. says: (head of tho fleecy follows. One of tho fiercest hnll storms that; Junn I). Martinez, at Sanguljuela, Is visited the region nliout Watrous with-.said to have lost "0 shoep ly drown In the memory of tho oldest Inlinbi- ing. On Saturday ovonlng, Just before tants, passed over the country lying the storm came up, two herders In his cast of the town on Saturday niter-1 employ wcie attempting to get his noon. For some time prior to tho com- ing of the storm heavy clouds could bo scon hanging over the northern hor izon, nnd thu hopeful cattlemen began to think thnt tnclr petition for rain had been answered Patches of slate-green clouds mingled with otners of Inky blackness, Orndunllj It came on, tho wind rlslna higher and higher and the lightning Hashing with stn...

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. — 2 August 1902

,1 VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1002. NUMBER 37 Jv hi Ml H 0 n a I" i i ft It n III tl R It Territorial Topics DEMINO. From the Headlight. J. T. Glvcns returned from n nlens- lire trip to the coaBt. Dr. Swopc nnd family have rnturneil from a lirlcf sojourn to Pacific coast pleasuro resorts, accompanied hv tho1 doctor's mother, John Corbctt lias heen laid tin with rheumatism for the past week, and ' Frank Wyinan haa heen handling the tnrottlo on the Ice wagon In his stead. Electric lights have been imt In the, opera house of this city, nnd the pat rons of that plnro will he under many obligations to Manager Irvlno for tho Improvement. Mrs. Hansom, n popular society lady of the El Paso, Toxns. exclusive circle. arrived, nnd will bo the guest for some time or Mor friend, Miss Lllllo l.awhon. Tho bell for tho new Catholic church Hint is being l.ullt In this city has nr- rived, and last Tuesday Qcorgc Ches- ter came near stampeding the town by ringing It. Tho be...

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. — 2 August 1902

, (;v ", . 'nenjOM. v 7. "'it ' . Bat -1 at flat 0 HUOIIKS Si McCRKltiltT. l'nil.lsilKIig BUllDCIttPTlON HAThS. Daily Cltlren, n tycat JO.OO Weekly. " " a 00 Territorial Republican Central Com mittee Call.. To Uin momlicrn of the Territorial Re ))ulilican Central Committee of Now Mexico: , You nro hereby notified that a meet- Ins of the territorial republican central committee of the territory of Now Mexico will bo held In Altnifiiorquo on Friday, August 22. 1001!, for tin; pur pose of fixing the datn and placo to liold tho territorial repuliilcan conven tion to nominate a candldatu for dele gate to the Fifty-eighth congress of tho United States and for tho considera tion of niich other matters nn may properly come before said committee. It Ih hopeil that all mcmlterH will he present at said meeting, as matters of imixirtnncc for the Interest of tho ro puhllran party of tho territory will ho considered. Very truly yours. Fit AN K A. HUHUHLL, Chairman Territorial Keptihllcan Cen tral...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

3 I WON AND US "Lanky Bob" Hid the Pontous Boilermaker Bleeding But Could Net Knock Him Out. Bid MAN STILL CHAMPION. Arena, Ban Francisco. July 26 After fighting a battlo of elsht round! that was fraught with brilliant and coura geous work cohort Fitiolnmona to night forfeited his last claim upon the Heavy weight championship. Ho was knocked to tho floor by James Jeffries and counted out after ho bad ao badly puulfhcd tho champion that It was a foregone conclusion among the snoc tntors that the Cornlshmau must win. Bleeding from a number of gashes In tho fnco, apparently weakening and clearly unable to cope with Fltzslm mons' superior skill, JeffrlcB delivered two lucky punches as Fits paused in his fighting to speak to him and turned the tide. Tho battlo was brief but It was nntoworthy and will live In pugi listic history. Fllz tried onco to arise from the mat but nt down again In helplessness and heard himself count cd out, where, but a moment before, bo hnd hnd apparently all tho...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

LAS VEGAS LOCALS, Freight Trains Wreck -Base Enthusiasm Ball ODD FELLOWS BANQUET. Special Correspondence. Las Vegas, N. M July 29. Conaltl arable enthusiasm Is bclnit worked un I ?wLa SiuK"!?' obV,,,,tiyc,'h,3,rP,'nfternoon at her homo in San Fran Colonel Twitched In dcmonttratlng cgco that he Is tho proper person to manngp M'u Tmvertnn returned vestordav a Brat class team. It Is understood AL linquorqiic will como loaded for the Rama next Sunday. They will como In ftaturday evening, and It Is expected that they wll bring along a crowd of "rooters." Died, ycrtordny evening, nt the La dies' home, Oeorgo Ruckcr, colored. Tho deceased died of tuberculosis and wt-s a young man. Ho had been porter 1 In II. M. Hlauvelt'a bnrbcr shop somo I time ago, and was quite popular among the local colored people. He has n bro-' ther living In Topeka, where he halls t from, nnd n friend Is expected In this 1 evening to enro for tho lomalns. t John Yolk Is taking his Sunday hdiool clnra, compoBcd of W...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

WEEKLY CROP ULLETIN. United States Department of Agricul ture, Climate and Crop Bulletin of the Weather Bureau, Naw Mexleo tatlan. Santa Fe, N. M.. July 29. Warm, cloudy weather, with light scattered showers, characterised the past week. Southern and aoutheastorn sections, and the mountains of the north, have leen blessed with very fair showers, but the absence of a general rain, or of even the frequent showers customary at this season, over the prairies of cen tral and northern counties la causing some anxiety for the second and third crop or alfalfa, nor Is the improvement expected at this season noticeable In the general condition of stock, These conditions, however, are by no menns universal over the prairies, many lo calities reporting good showers and marked Improvement. Neither have the rains been sumclcnt to create a ateady water supply In the rivers, ex cepting In a few Instances, and thcro ia a very general scarcity of Irrigation water In the ditches. Where the water has n...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

if r r DIVORCE SUIT. Unhappy Las Vegas Couple A Gambling Debt Compromised, LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Special Correspondence. Las Vegas, N. M., July 26. A decree lias been rendered in the dlvorco suit of Mrs. Clcofcs Oallcgos Medina against her husband, Guadalupe Medi na, by Judge Mills, granting the ill .vorco and making thu defendant pay tho costs of 20. In her petition for dl vorco Mrn. Medina nllegcd that hor husband "led her a dog's llfo" nnd wan cruol nnd Inhuman. Evidently the Judgo thought so, too, for now they are At liberty to try a matrimonial venture gain, they being "frcu and single." In tho enso of 11. 1 Korsytho and 'Mrs. Evelyn Lowry ngalnst It. A. Mor ris, for a Kamhllnc debt of MOO. which (ho defendant refused to pay, the caio! was dismissed upon defendant com promising thu matter by paying $250. High mass will bo celebrated toutor-, row morning morning nt Agua Zarcn, In the picturesque llttlo chapel there. 'After tho mass there will be n picnic In the canyon. Jimmy O'HIcll...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

Judge 0. H. McMillan CHARdlS TO H mVMTKMTID A largo and representative crowd of Carlsbad's citizens held a maa meet las In the court house, Wednesday eve- nlng, to take action In the matter ot the gravo charges of Immoral conduct mado against Hon. D. K. McMillan, Judgeof the Fifth judicial district, says (ho Argua. Shortly after 8 o'clock Mayor D. II, Lucas called the convention to order, and C. H. McLenathea was elected chairman, and A, D. Grceno", secretary. In a ahort, conclae and eloquont speech, Chairman McLenathan stated the object of the meeting to bo the In vestigation of the charges against Judge McMillan, and If, In the judg ment of tho people, Riifflclont evidence was adduced to Justify an Investiga tion, to lay formal protest hefore tho president against his continuance on the supreme bench of New Mexico, un ices exonerated upon a full and search ing Investigation. On motion of Judge A. A. Freeman, duly Hocotlded. the chair annnlntnri tha following committee to examine I...

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

SENATOR ANDREWS. What He Says About His Visit to Roswell, EN ROUTE TO CAPITAL. Senator W. II. Andrews, president of the Santa Fe Central and Albuquerque Eastern ronds, passed through the city this morning cn route from Koswell to the Santa Fe Contrnl'H gcnoral ofllces nt Santa Fc Senator Andrew) wont to Itoswcll n few days ago accompanied by V. S. Hopewell, vlco president of the com pany, and Major W. II. II. Llewellyn, of Lao Criices, in Interest of tho exten sion of tho Santa Fe Central from Tor ranee, tho Santa Fe Central terminus on the Hock Island, to Itoswcll. "Wo were Riven n warm reception," said Senator Andrews, this morning. "Tito HoRwell people nro enthusiastic over tho proposition, Tho proposed ex tension will ho built. Captain Leo tdiov.ed ub over the country and it Is as fine a fanning country as I ever saw. Tho soil Is fertile and with n lit tle water, will bloom. It Is a great fruit country, too. Apples grow largo and have nn excellent flavor. I vis ited some of tho ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

Chaves, south by A. Chavez, east by road,, wctt by O. Apodaca. Personal, ssu. 'laxcii, 77 coma; penalty, cents; coatr 70 cents; total, 91.60. PADILLA, ANA8TACIO Land 60 by 160 yards, bounded north by J. A. Padllla, south by V. Chavez, east by Grant, west by J. M. Padllla. Land GO by 70 yards, bounded north by acequla, south by Padllla, west by V. Chavez. Land 200 yards wldo, bounded south by road, east by river. Land 100 by 200 yards, bounded north by D. Chavct, sown ny .i, m. Chavez, east by V. Pa dllla, west by hills. Taxes. 11.01: penalty, 9 cents; costs, 1.40; total, S4.4U. PADILLA. ANTO J. Land 140 by ihu varas, bounded north by 8. San chez, south by road, east by Padllla estate, west .by road. Personal, $20. Taxes, 77 cents; penalty, a cents; costs, 35 cents; total, 91.15. PADILLA, JUAN A. Land 80 by 00 yards, bounded north and south by Arenal, cast by J. Montoyn, west by M. Padllla. Personal, $340. Taxes, 90.63; penalty, 48 cents; costs, 35 cents; total, 910.40. PADILLA V MAR...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

costs. 35 cents; total, $10.7.1. LEYBA. ' BLUTERIO-llouso sad lot. t-ersonal, $165. Taxes, 916.45; penalty, 82 cents; costs, 3D cents; to tal. II7.C2. LEYBA. MOI3K8 Perronal. 9120. Taxcn, 912.72; penalty, 63 conts; costs, 3G cents; total. $13.70. LEYBA, NE8ARIO Land, bounded aorth tty M. Mon.oya. south by M. C. 4le Uaca, east by A. Lopez. Personal, 9S0. Taxes, 912.99; penalty, C4 cents; coats, 35 cents; total, 9 1 3.98. LEYBA, VllHL.WO Land, bounded north by J. Montoyn. south by M. Uaca, east by accqula. Personal, 925. Tax ea. fO.Oti; penalty, 30 cents; costs, 35 cents; total, 96.71. LKYIlA, ATILANO Land, fi acres, bounded north by J. J. Montoyn, south V.y M. Uaca, cast by accqula, west by II. liopcz. Personal 920. Taxes, 912.78; penalty, 63 ccntt; costs, 35 cents; ta lal. 913.7C. LEYBA. LUIS Land, 1R0 by 180 va. Taa. bounded cast by J. Baca, west by CI. Oaca. Land, 52 by t2 varan, bound ed north by J. Tafoyn, couth by 11. Or tls, caf t by road, west by acerjuta. Per sonal, 9130. Ta...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

LUCMO, F1DERICO Land II by M yank, bounded aorta by B. Garcia, south by P. Benavlies, west by read. Perseaal, 999. Taxes, $4.98; peaaRy, 92 ceats; costa, SB ceata; total, $4.86. MUNIZ Y BACA, JB8US Laad ,99 ay 99 yarda, bouaded north ay D. La cero, south ay M. Garcia, eaat by ace quia, west, by road. Laad IS by 499 yarda, bouaded north by M. Oarela, 'south by K. Maala, eaat by road, west by acequta. Peraeaal, Ml. Taxes, 17.58; penalty, 87 cents; costs, 70 ceata; total, 99.66. P8RBA, DBNITO Laad 108 by 189 varaa, bounded north by public road, scuth by N. Lopes, east by B. Munis, weat by N. Lucero. Laad 18 by 1,400 yarda, bouaded north by Americano, aou(h by Smith, eaat by Coatra ace qula, weat by public road. Laad 198 feet by 88 yarda, bouaded north by Americano, south by Saatth, east by public road, west by Maria Lopes. Laad la precinct 8, 30 by 70 yards, bouaded north by M. Gutlerres, south by public road, eaat by L. Candelarla, west by Juan O. Garcia and Improve, stents. Pergonal,...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 August 1902

founded north by T, Lucero, south by road, east by T. Sanchez, wont by ace qula. Land, 75 by 100 varas. bounded north by rlvor, Routh by Albuquerque land company, cast by river, went by Albuquerque Land company, Personal $125. Taxes, 124.69. penalty, $1.23; coislu, 11.05: total, $26.97. SANCHEZ, OAniUKIi Land, 100 by 300 yardH. bounded north Jiy now nee quia, south by Tonias Sanchez, enst by public rond, west by Contra nccquln. Personal. $1,155. Taxes, $20,60; penal ty. $1.52; costs, 35 ecntB; total, $28.37. (Lam half taxes.) SANCHEZ, TOMAS Land, 200 by 300 yards, bounded north by O. San chez, Routh, east and west by public road and Improvements. Land, 100 by riOO ynrds, bounded north by P. Arml Jo, south and enst by public road, west by sand hills. Land, 100 by 400 yards, bounded north by II. Garcia, south by Juan Gallcgos, east by Juan Uomoro, weal by Trlnldnd Lucero. Land, 100 by 200 yards, bounded north by pub lic land, south by N. Savedro, cast by public road, west by J. H. Snn...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 9 August 1902

V0LUM1 11 ALBUQUIRQUE, N1W IttXIOO, DATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1902. Territorial Topics OCONRO. From the Chieftain. f Mayor aad Mrs. M. Cooncy left 8un day for a week's absence In the San 'Mntlaa mountains. It has rained In Socorro. The long (inrain was broxcn Thursday evealna- !k a lino shower that lasted about half nut hour and thoroughly drenched the luVrstlag earth. Ifogo Daca has shipped his house hold and office furniture to M Paso and) ho and his family will also take their departure for the Pass City at once, where Mr. Baca will enter upon the practice of his profession. Mrs. Charlotte Cortesy received $3, 000 Wednesday from the Endowment irank of the Knights of Pythias. That was the amount of the life insurance carried In the organization by her late Husband, A. Cortesy. Or. L. K. Klttrcll, Socorro's newly appointed postmaster, assumed the du ties of his office at tho cloao of busi ness Tuesday evening. Since that time he and his efficient deputy, Warn TM Berry, have made rapid pr...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 9 August 1902

4 ) 1 J' ' If I It.' IX. if. ft iT,i f,t i liit Mcdim Curiam I 1 . . - - ...... f' Ht; i- - ,'CCRKIOHT. PURMMIKHS -ymtlTION UATK8. t yrt n no . . a oo The democrats of l"1" territory tare that tired feeling. How do you Uko Tho citlien In Its mw Conn? It can't ho heat. lAA'a rt to work arranging for that Mk statehood convention to lio hold In thta city Octobtr IS, The dally newspapers of Albttquor ao arc a crcdK lo nny city of 50,000 nj people Instead of lb.utiO. If you want' anything, plant your -wants In tho "liners' column" of Tho Citizen. Always lirlnRa results. Ocnoral Weed Is mentioned an the I , nlacc In cliaruo of tho -work of dtgctagthclsthtnlan canal. Tho democrats should ho encouraged in their efforti at reformation. They havo only a dim conception of honesty la politics. It Is reported thai former Dolcgnto Antonio Joseph will accept tho demo cratic uomlaatlon for delegate to con gross If tendered Mm. Tho rcmarkillo effects upon tho ag ricultural Industry In tho United Sta...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 9 August 1902

ROBB ft R08R Lot 8, block 20, N. M. T. Co. Taxes, $11.47; penalty, 58 cents: costa, 20 cents: total, $12.25. STEWART, WILLIAM Lot 10, block 10, Kastcrn addition. Personal, $76. Taxes, $0.07; penalty, 48 cents; costs, 20 cents; total, $10.05. VIJO. BUQKNIO Personal, $200. Taxes, $11.47; ponnlty, 55 cents; coats, 35 cents: total, $12.37. WHITING, CALVIN WW of Nft of NiSU, section 17, township 10, range 4, 40 acres. NKV4 of SWU, sec tion 15, township 10, range 3, 40 ncrcs. BWH of NEV4, section 19, township 10, range 4, 40 acres. Taxes, $6.20; penalty, 25 cents; costs, $1.05; total, 10.50. GI2RMANIA LIFE INHURANCE COMPANY Personal, olllco fixtures, $200. Taxes, $11.47; penalty, 03 cents; costs, 35 cents; total. $12.45. PRECINCT NO. 28. CASTILLO, RAMON L. Land 128 liy 500 vnras, hounded north hy Suave dra, south by C. W. Lewis, cast by Arena! ; west by acequla. Personal, $26. Taxes, 90 cents; penalty I cents; coftH, ,15 cunts; total, $1.35. CHAVEZ. MATEO Land 1C0 by 200 vnras, bounded so...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 9 August 1902

4' - . Jt' -.t. i, it. Lucero. smith hv A. .Lwtro, oast or i s, west iy n o fa-L.. l' .nrt 16 by 300 varas, bound, 4 efth. south east and west by pub- He lands. Personal, $2,655. Last! k.lf taxes. I42-3&; penn . s.i i coats, fl.OB; total. $45 r.i. PRKCINCT NO. 4. BA11BLA. Al.KREDO - Personal, $1,160. Last half 124.21; pen- alty, $1.21, coM. 3 cents; total, 'CANDBLARIA DB GARCIA G Land CO by 400 varas. Land 253 by 500 varas. Land 46 by 000 varas. Tax es, $23.03; penalty. $1.09; costs, 35 otnts; total. IS5.3J GONZALES, MANUEL D.-Land 110 by SOO varas. boundod north by M. Yrasarrl, south by M. Bledsoe, oast by acequla, west by T. Gutierrez. Land CO by 200 varai, hounded north by 1-'. Montoya. south by T Gutlorrez. cast by urcqiitn, wst ron'1, Lnml 40 bv " OOO varas. Und 132 by 2.000 var as. "hand 45 by 700 tarns. Land 55 bv 100 varas. Personal, $225. Last .'nif IJ2.E8; penalty, $1.62; costs. $3.50: total, $30.70. HOUAKTB. JUAN A. Land 30 by 400 yards, bounded north by M. Gon zales,...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 9 August 1902

O 1 y Local Happenings j John D. Voedcr, of Las Vegas, la In thu city. Lieut. J. II. Rcntl, of Fort Wlngnte, 1b nn Albuquerque visitor. Attorney I,, L. Henry, of Gallup, was nn Albuquerquo visitor yesterday. Snnta Fe Architect Whittlesey canio In from Wlnalow, Arizona, this morn ins. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hlxby, of Phoe nix, Arizona, are Albuquorqito visit ors. The Woodmen's cliclo will moot In regular sccBlon tonight at Odd Fellows hall. I.. I). Howell and Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Hall, prominent people of Ulunil, aro In the city. Mrs. O. C. Overton, of Fort Wlngnte, Is in tho city shopping nnd visiting with friends. Governor Otero appointed Paul Teiitsch, of Dorsoy, Colfax county, a notary public. MIsh Mnhol Anderson, who has boon doing tho const the past two monh3, hns returned home. J. T. McLaughlin, of the Snnta 1 Central, returned this morning from n business trip to Santa Fe. Atto-ney B. W. Dobson, who trans acted business In Socorro the past few dnya, returned home this morning. Rob...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 9 August 1902

I Railroad Topics I Muter McchaaW F. I. fiNwaii Is cir culating among tho railroad boys of Wlaalow. 1 William Daw. road foreman of on gtses on the Wlnilow division, was a visitor at ttie local shops yestorday. H. 8. Nan Slyck, Santa Fe'a live ateck aircnt at E! 1W, Bpont yester day in Albaauerquc nnd returned to the Pass City last night. W. K. HoAfM, gonural purchasing aaent for tbe Santa Fc, whq baa been pending several days In the city, loft laat night for a tour or mo Banta Fo coast line. Hay Pattey, a young man employed In tho Santa Fo offices at Topeka, waa drowned while bathmg In tho Kaw liver Jsunday evening. The l;dy waa recovered tuetday morning at 8:4 by a aivcr. R H. Mudge, resident enRlncer for the Santa Fe at Las Yogas, 1b In tho city, ovcraeelag the laying of the side tracks to the new freight depot. To night he will accompany Division Superintendent J. F. McNaljy, who -will leave on a bridge inspecting tour evcr(the R J Graade. division. The Topeka Mate Journal says: ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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