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THE AUiUQUKKQUE DAILY CITIZEN', .MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 2'J 100:.
Men's and Boy s9 Cci hi ng
Hats, Shoes and Trunks
Reduction on our Entire Stock of Men and
Boys clothing. Nothing Reserved.
Our prices are always from lO to 2o per cent lower than else
where in the city and this specLi 25 per cent reduction
will make our prices less than other merchants pay for
Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
Land Office Business Land Contracts
The following homestead entries
were made at the land office: William
Anderson Otilli !ge. of Cuervo post
office, ItiO arrcB in Leonard Wood
county: Felipe I), I.urero of Chaves
post office, liin acivs In San Miguel
William H. Hern nas filed notice In
the land office .hat he will contest
homeBtead entry No. 6807 mrde by
Flaciilo aide, de Fresiiez. The con
test Involves ItiO acres of land In Mora
county anil will le tried liefore W. H.
Wilcox. United States commissioner at
Wagon Mound on August 17.
Apolonlo Chaves and others have fil
ed a contest against homestead entry
No. "552 made ly Feliciana Marque..
The land Is situated In the corporate
limits of the town of Galisteo and the
entry was made by the woman under
the claim that she had to support her
self. The contestonts contend that her
husliand Is living and contributes to
her support. The contest will he heard
at the land office in Santa Fe by the
receiver and register on August in.
Nut Ail L.rtKslfloa advertisement
or rather "liners.' one cent a word for
each insertlou. Minimum charge (or
noy classified advertisements, 15 cents.
Ia order to Insure proper classification
all "liners" should be left at this of
fice not later than S o'clock p. ni.
purposes, cheap. Address. The Cltl
ten, Albuquerque. N M.
WOULD YOU MAKHY IF SUITED?
If so, send for best Matrimonial Pa
per published. Mailed FREE. J. G.
Gunnels. Toledo, Ohio.
Mrs. L. H. Weber, or Ludlow, Ky.,
la in the city to spend the summer
with her sinter, Mrs. Threlkeld.
Hon. Solomon Luna, who was here
Saturday night, was a passenger for
8anta Fe yesterday morning.
Housekeepers should Interest their
servants, these hot days, to burn the
kitchen refuse, and not use the alleys
for oumplng places.
Hon. M. R. Otero, register of the
United States lanil office at Santa Fe,
was here yesterday with his family.
He returned north last night.
Mrs. L. L. Merrill, sister of Mrs. T.
T. Maynard and Miss Katherine Wil
son, arrived this morning from kit Paso
' and will remain a few weeks.
Darby A. Day, the New Mexico Man
ager of the Mutual Life Insurance com'
pany of New York, returned yesterday
after a successful visit to northern
Donald C'overdale, son of Mrs. D. D.
Coverdale, the milliner, left Sunday
morning for Havensville, Kan., where
he will spend the summer with rela
tives and friends.
A small fire in a coal shed in the
rear of one ot the Peader cottages at
the corner of Second street and Lead
avenue 11:15 o'clock this morning, call
turned in by still alarm, brough out
the fire department and a lively run
was made. Little damage was the
result of the fire.
K. J. Easley, division superintend
ent of the New Mexico division of the
Santa Fe came in from the north last
Saturday night, accompanying General
Manager Mudge as far south as this
lty. Mr. Mudge continued south and
looked over the washout on the line
between Las Cruces and El Paso.
Governor M. A. Otero, Chiei Justice
W. J. Mills and Territorial Secretary
J. W. Raynol'ls. who were down on
their sheep ranch in Leonard Wood
county superintending the shipment of
a big clip ot spring wool, came in
from the south yesterday morning and
continued north, the chief Justice for
las cgas, ana the governor and Mr.
Itayuolda for Santa Fe.
J. E. Haines, wife and children, who
enjoyed a splendid outing on the Rio
Pecos, fishing and hunting, returned
to the city Saturday night Mr. Haines
eays he caught trout, and that they
iiad trout plenty while in the moun- cents
tains. He has resumed his duties at
The Citizen office as liookkeeper and
collector, a position filled during his
absence by H.Jay Stone.
A telephone message from old town,
received at 3 o'clock this afternoon,
( gives the information that Judge Sefer
ino Crollott Is giving a free clog
dance at the plaza, and Hon. Jesus
Romero is playing the fiddle. The
cause of the rejoicing is that Mrs. Crol
lott presented the judge with the sev
enteenth child, a bran new girl baby
having arrived last night, and of
course the Judge 1b in a happy frame
of mind. Mr. and Mrs. Crollott have
Oratorical Contest Tonight
The following program will be ren
dered tonight at Library Hall at the
W. C. T. U. medal contest:
Tickets may be bought at the door.
Adults, 25 cents; children, 10 cents:
Piano Solo Miss R. Kuntzinger
Recitation Sam's Letter V. Neale
Recitation Little Blossom
Recitation The Watermelon
Vocal Solo Miss Welch
Recitation Reaping the Whirlwind
Tableau The First Grief.
Recitation A Father's Reward
Vocal Solo Miss Houghton
Violin Solo Isaac Singer
Vocal Solo and Tableau "Hallow
ed Be Thy Name."
Miss Nellie Taylor and' contestants,
Presentation of medal by- Rev
I sell more of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy than all similar preparations
put together and it gives the best sat
isfactlon of any medicine I ever sold.
I guarantee every bottle of it. F. C.
Jaqultb, Inland, Mich. This remedy is
for sale by all druggists.
A Splendid Remedy.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lum
bago and 8clat.ic pains yield to the
penetrating influence of Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It penetrates to the
nerves and bone, and being absorbed
nto the blood, its healing properties
are conveyed to every part of the
uody and effect some wonderful cures.
.Mr. D. F. Moore, agent Illinois Cen
tral Railway, Milan, Tenn., states:
I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment
for rheumatism, backache, etc., In my
anilly. It Is a splendid remedy. We
could not do wtihout it." 25c, 60c and
$100 at J. H. O Kielly & Co.
Attempted Self Destruction.
J. Claudio Martinez, who Is under
bond for his appearance at the next
term of the territorial grand Jury for
the First district court of Santa Fe
county, 1b rumored to have attempted
self destuctlon Friday morning, says
the New Mexican.
None of the physicians ot the town
were called to attend him and at each
of the local drug stores It was stated
he had not purchased drugs of any
kind. Dr. W. M. Popplewell passed
Martinez loardlng place and Martinez
was propped up in a chair on the front
porch in the attitude of a sick man.
The doctor asked him what was the
matter and he said that he had suffer
ed a paralytic stroke. Dr. Popplewell
examined Martinez and found that he
had no symptoms of paralysis. It Is
said that Martinez took an overdose
of the drug with which, he Is alleged
to have attempted to eud his life with
the result that it did not have the ef
fect desired by him.
WANTED A pood girl for general
hotiFPWork. 119 South Walter street
WANTED A good loy about 15
years old. can secure a Job by ad
dressing C. c, this office.
WANTED Ten good burros. Chad
wick & Co., 108 Gold avenue.
WANTED To buy second hand goods,
highest price paid; also new and
second-hand goods for sale. Call on
Frank Eulnicr, No. 323 South Sec
WANTED To co-respcr.d with par
ties who own or can locate bat
caves. Address Y. M. Milan, gen
eral delivery, Ei Paso, Tex.
WANTE.D Few experienced coal Jig
gers at the Carthage coal mines. Ad
dress A. H. Hilton, San Antonio,
WANTED Fifty girls for steady em
' ployment at Rio Grande Woolen
WANTED Several hundred pounds
of lead pipe. See The Citizen.
WANTED Local and traveling
agents to represent the Indiana
State Life. Address L. W. GalleB,
Albuquerque, N. M.
WANTED Highest price paid for
gents' second hand clothing and
tools. Send addrebs and will call. R.
Sweeny. 615 South First street
MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy
lady or gentleman to manage busi
ness in this county and adjoining
territory for well and favorably
known house of solid financial stand
ing; $20.00 straight cash salary and
expenses, paid each Monday by
check direct from headquarters. Ex
pense money advanced; position
permanent. AddreBs Thomas Coop
er, Manager, 1030 Caxton Bldg., Chi
cago. FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms.
close in; cheap, 309 and 309 West
FOR RENT From May 1 to Sept. 1,
the Highland Hotel will rent rooms
at $10.00 per month and up.
I'OK SALE Entire household furni
ture, consisting of range, stove, car
pets, Iron beds, couch, tables, sewing
machine,- chairs, dishes, etc. Call at
once at 613 North Eighth street.
FOR SALE At a bargain, well pay
ing mercantile business, about $1,
200 required. Reason for selling ill
health, jiddress. P. O. Box 69.
FOR SALE Several hundred pounds
of old papers, good for wrapping
One of the Finest Private Cars Now
In use, Here Yesterday.
The "Columbia." said to be one of
the finest private cars now in use, was
here yesterday. Saturday night It
came in with Frank Seaman, a promin
ent New Yorner, and party, composed
of Mrs. Seaman, Misses Hunting, C. A.
Seaman, Dr. B. B. Harris and Mr. Sea
man's two sons.
Mr. Seaman is touring the southwest i
and will visit the Grand Canyon In
Arizona, Salt Iake, Yosemite Valley
and other points. He and party look
ed over Albuquerque yesterday and he
believes it is to be the city of the great
sovifhwest. He told The Citizen repre
sentative that it had a look of a get
there sort of order, and he wm sur
prised at the enterprise of the Duke
City. His car is fltteu up with ten dis
appearing berths and they can be read
ily adjusted so that the compartments
can be changed Into a spacious draw
ing room. The car is splendidly fur
nished and is equipped with all the
modern comforts and conveniences.
The "Columbia" left last night with
its congenial party for the Grand Con-yon.
Is ust being ken of
our stock and we are
changing ihe price of
article in our
Kodol Gives Strength
by enabling the digestive organs to di
gest, asslmillate and transform all of
the wholesome foou that may be eaten
Into the kind of blood that nourishes
the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens
.he muscles and recuperates the or
gans of the entire body. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure cures indigestion, dyspep
sia, catarrh of the stomach and all
stomach disorders. Sold by B. H.
Uriggs & Co. and S. Vann & Son.
Local Blacksmiths' Union.
The Blacksmiths' union of the Santa
Fe railway shops meets on the first
and third Wednesdays of each month.
A speclul meeting will be held on the
first Wednesday of July.
A serious Mistake.
E. C. DeWni & o. Is the iiuine ot
the firm who make the genuine Witch
i.azel Salve. De Witt's is the Witch
Hazel Salve that heals without leav
ing a scar. It is a serious mistake to
use any other. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve cures blind, bleeding, itching
and protruding piles, burns, bruises,
eczema and all skin diseases. Sold by
B. II. Bnggs & Co. and S. Vann & Son.
"I have been troutaeit ror some time
with Indigestion and sour stomach,"
Bays Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Iee,
Mass., "and have been taking Cham
berlain's Stomach and Llvir Tablets
which have helped me vely much so
that now I can eat many things that
before I could not." If you have any
trouble with your stomach why not
take these tablets and get well'.' For
sale by all druggist-:.
FIRST ANNUAL BALL.
The first annual ball of the Protec
tive Order of Porters. No. 11075, at
Odd Fellows' lia'l, July 4, 1903. Good
music. Don't n-.iss it. Admission 75
Pleasant Lawn Party.
Saturday evening, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Strong, North
Eighth stree. Miss Mabel Strong enter
tained In a pleasing manner aoout a
dozen friends in honor of Miss Daven
port, who is here from the east visit
ing Miss Helen Kodey. The weather
was pleasant and a greater part of the
evening was spent on the lawn. The
amusements were dancing, music and
refreshments. The guests were:
Misses Ada Cnmpfteld, Mary Telfer,
Susie Dol.son, Helen Rodey and Miss
Davenport; Messers Willie Pratt, Wil
lie Halloran, Willie White, Field, Fred
Nichols and urover Strong.
Get your fireworks free this year.
Simon Stern will give them to you.
Read how, page 8.
0. W. STRONG'S SONS
FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
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T'iv Sim ' .
h-WffltiriM.il. ,rfTta-r""-' - .. rf
We have a surprise
to spring on July 1
in the way of prices
vtlf you are in need of
anything in the way of
Wait Until TEien
THE STAY AT HOMES TO "STICK
IT OUT" MORE THAN THE DAILY
BATH. WE HAVE ALL THE RE
QUISITES. A FRESH SUPPLY OF
SPONGES, BRUSHES, TOWELS,
BATH MITTS, SEA SALT, TOILET
WATERS, ETC., ETC.
117 W. Railroad Avenue
Auto. 'Phone 438 Colo. 'Phoce 63
Rico cafe will only run twd
a day during the hot season,
commencing July 1, 1903.
MEN, WOMEN AND BOYS
Wanted in thi city and country on lib
eral commissions to solicit subscrip
tions, giving as a premium a book ot
60 Kansas City Flood Views.
Address, with references. The New
Kmplre, 1 C 4 Hr; ant, Building, Kansas
All member of local A. F. of L. No.
1 10957, not pr35"nt at the next regular
been married twenty two years, and of ! meeting, July 2, at 8 o'clock sharp,
their offspring sevm are alive four ! will have their places filled by guards
bo, and thre elrlB Mother nH child . or 'h"y will be sent after. Hy order
.... . . ,. 1 of Thomas F. Deyre, President,
v v ' 1 ' 1 1 h i j una .iicr
Cuts, Bruises and Burns Quickly
Chamberlain's Pain Iia'm is an an
tiseptic liniment, and when applied
to cuts, bruises and burns, -auses
them to heal without maturation and
much more quickly than by the usual
treatment. For saie by all druggists.
Strawberry, vanila and chocolate ice
cream, fruit sherbet. Delaney's, Hell
The Merchants' Lunch restaurant
on South Second street will serve
chicken dinner tomorrow for 25 cents
Electric fans to Keep you cool.
FOtv SALE Old papers, Z5 cents per
at th Citizen office.
Fresh testimony in great quartity is
constantly coming in, declaring Dr.
Clng's New Discovery for consumption,
Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A
recent expression from T. J. McFar
land, Dentorville, Va., serves as exam
ple. He writes as follows: "I had
bronchitis for three years and doc
tored all the time without being bene
fited. Then I began taking ur. King's
New Discovery, and a few bottles
wholly cured me." Equally effective
In curing all lung and throat trouules,
consumption, pneumonia and grip.
Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial bot
tles free, regular sizes 60c and $1.00.
Wife Failed to Prosecute.
Remlglo Lujan, who caused consid
erable excitement on the plaza Tues
day night by flourishing a revolver and
creating a general disturbance, was to
have been tried on Friday afternoon
before Justice J. M. Garcia, but was
released, says the New Mexican.
Prosecution entered a nolle prosse
in the case. It will bo remembered
that Lujan found his wife occupying
a scat In the plaza Tuesday night with
another man. They were engaged in
conversation which, to Lujan's eye,
seemed entirely too earnest.
He drew a revolver on his wife's
companion, who beat a hasty retreat
I.ujan then proceeded to whip his wife.
The following day he kept shady but
was arrested Thursday morning by
Deputy Sheriff C. K. llub.r. He man
aged to see his wife yesterday and the
result was that she refused to appear
ai-'ainst him when his trial was called
il the afternoon. Deprived of Its main
witness, the prosecution could do noth
ing but dismiss the case.
Lad!:s and Chiliren Invited.
All ladies and children who canno'
stand the shocking strain of laxatl"
syrups, cathartics, etc., are Invited to
try the famous Little Early Risers.
They are different from all other pills.
'1 uey do not purge iue system. Even a
double dose will not gripe, weaken or
sicken: many people call them th
Easy Pill. W. M. Howell. Houston.
Tex., says nothing better can be use
for constipation, sick headache, etc.
Hob Moore, lafayette, Ind., says ail
others gripe and sicken, whHe De
Witt's Little Early Risers do their
work well and easy. Sold by B. K
Drlggs & Co. and 8. Vann & Son.
On Thursday evening last Miss Gla
dys Childers entertained in honor of
iiiss Davenport, of Charlestown. West
Virginia, and Miss Erna Fergupson,
who has Just returned home from
school. During the evening various
games were played and the guests
were Misses Davenport, Fergusson,
Rodey, bpltz, Schuster, Campfleld,
Fox; Messrs. Tascher, Field, White,
Halloran, Hryan, Stanim, Edmonds,
Clark, Dclckniann, Wroth and Uiti
Comfort Swing Chair
Mad. entirely of nvtal nd fancy colored canvaa. The material la light
and firmly braced, finished In black enamel. Kolda compactly, occupy
ing apace of only 4',3 inches, la aet up or folded by removing only
four stove bolta. Perfectly ample.
f J If aV3)
) To be Comfortable in the Comfort
Chair. You learn the secret ot it ail
when you're in the chair. You can sit
v in the chair iust as in anv ordinary
chair and then if you like, stretch your
self out into a full reclining position.
The Chair just follows every movement
of the body, without any effort on your
part; you can swing or not a9 you please.
Call and sit In It and satisfy yourself.
This costs you nothing.
The Choir itself costs ycu So.OO
W. V. FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO.
West End Viaduct Sale Agents.
Native and Chicago Lumber.
SHf-KWlN-WILLIAMS PAINT CoversBUILDINQ PAPER Always in 8toc
rvor-l Look Beat! Wears Longest I Sash, Doors, Blinds, Plaster, Liny
Most Economical I Full Measure! Cement, Glass, Paint, etc.
Flrat Atreet and Lead Avenue, Albuquerque.
Wedding Presents for June Brides
In these days when so many hearts are made as one, and when so
many wedding rumors are in the air, one wonders "What shall I give
for my wedding present?" Let us suggest to you Fine Cut Glass
"Llbby" glass of course. It Is the very best. None so good, and the
prices are no higher than others charge for ordinary makes. We
have nice little pieces as low as (2.00 to $5.00. Beautiful designs
at higher prices.
T. r. MAYNARD
119 SOUTH SECOND STREET
Mail orders receive prompt attention Open Evenings
..Bachechi & Giomi..
Wholesale Dealers In
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
AND BAR SUPPLIES . . .
Agents for Letup's St. Louis Drought and liottled Beers;
also Hunter Rye, Old Plantation and Kdgewood Whiskies,
PRICES GIVEN ON APPLICATION
109 South First Street t Albuquerque, N. Mex.
D. A.. D TJ I rr VT A. 1ST
Wind Mills and Pumps
Ayent Aumotor Wini Mills and Uepairs
Job Carpentering and Painting
Leave orders at Dunbar's office. Residence 717 S. Edith St
M b. H.iuiuiui, ai ner pa;:u;a, .so
iOj South First street, over the Hyd
Exploiing Expition store. Is prepared
. give thorough scalp treatment, dr
nair dressilng, treat corns, bunlont
and Ingrowing nails. She gives mas
age treatment and manicuring. Mrs.
Bambini's own preparations of com
plexlon cream builds up the skin and
improves the complexion, and ar
guaranteed not to be injurious. She
tso prepares a hair tonic that cures
and prevents dandruff and hair falling
iut; restores life to dead hair; re
moves mnles, warts and superfluous
nalr. Give her a trial. She also has
s very hue tooth powder which aht
guurantees to be free from all metallic
iubbtdncei. It perfumes the breath,
hardens the gum and makes the tcctti
clean and white. It is highly recom
mended by all first class dentists. AI
so a face powder, a freckle cure, and
pimple .cure, and pile cure. All of
these preparations are purely vegeta
ble compounds. Give her a tital.
automatic telephone 490.
A I a ska Refrigerators
"The World's Best9'
l'.'id Wood, Charcoal Filled, White Enamel lined
Car Load Just Received
Ice Cream Freezers
Vicks and Ice Shredders Etc. Eull Line of Gaso
line Stoves and Summer Kitchen Utensils.
113-115-117 Boutli First Stieet
Albuquerque, New Mexlro