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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 19C5.
Uf4 WEST RAILROAD AVE.
IN THE HOT OLD SUMMER TIME
You Need and We Sell
Latest crtatlona of best manufac
turers. These shoes are stylish, and
made with a view to the comfort of
alt who wear them. They art dressy,
too, and give a swell effect to one's
general appearance. They are not ex
pensive, either, when you think of
the pleasure they give.
Men's Canvas Shoes $1-50
Men's Oxfords $130 to $3.50
Men's Shoes $130 to $4
Women's Oxfords $1.50 to $3.50
Women's Slippers $1.10 to $2.75
Women's Canvas Oxfords. .$1.25 to $2
Children's Slippers and Ox-
. .fords $1 to $2
Barefoot Sandals 90c to $1.75
Are those that have stood the test
of practical experience. In this res
pect the. groceries we sell are above
aven the breath of suspicion. No
brand that Is at all questionable In
quality can find a place In our store.
Patron favoring us with their orders
can depend on us absolutely for furn
lnshlng the beet In quality, the
best In flavor and the best in nutrition.
F. F. TROTTER
Noa. 118 and 120 -South Second St.
HAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkrllle coal we sell princi
pally, like- the Father of Hla Country,
nas a reputation second to none, and
you know. If you've tried It, that lt'a
the best ever burned. Its freedom
from Impurities, 1U free-burning qual
ttles and our fairness as to weight and
delivery, entitle us to your patronage.
Remember we guarantee 2,000 pounds
absolutely In every ton leaving our
yard. We also handle all kinds of
mill wood, mountain wood and kind
ling, John S. Beaven
our special RUG
sale is still'on
YOU HAVE THE LARGEST
STOCK OF FURNITURE TO SE
THE PRICES ARE THE LOWEST.
We Have Osier moor Mattresses, $15
THE GUNN SECTIONAL BOOK CASES,
And that our Hobby is,
ACORN RANGES, "The Best," $5.00 Down and $5.00 per Month.
0. W. STRONG'S SONS
RUGS, FURNITURE, LINOLEUM. DINNER .WARE.
Corner Second and Copper Ave.
Generally fair tonight and 8unday.
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS.
No. 1, from the rust, 7:30 p. m.
No. 7. from the east, 10:45 p. m.
No. 8, f.om tho west, 6:45 p. m.
No. 2, from the west, 7:63 a. m. .
No. 22, from the south, 6:45 p. m.
Next Tuesday, July 4, all barber
shops will cIobo, the eame as on Sun
days. E. W. Kee and wife, of 417 West
Silver avenue, are rejoicing over the
arrival of a baby girl.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pollock,
of !H6 West lead avenue, a girl. Mr.
I'ollock is a clerk at the Spot Cash
S. T. Miller, draughtsman in Archi
tect Sjiencer's office, has gone to
eastern New Mexico fur a couple of
Charles E. Dagenette, outing agent
for the United States Indian school in
this city, went to Raton last night
Ha-rvey superintendents John Stein
and J. T. Jacobson arrived from the
west this morning and are guests at
John Hay, of the Albuquerque
Steam Laundry, will leave tonight lor
California, where he will spend his
annual summer vacation.
The coyote pup, which The Citizen
mentioned at being at li. Ruppe's drug
stoie, was sold yesterday, and was
shipped last night to Jacksonville,
111., where It will be placed on eihl
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge W. Champion
have returned from Arizona, where
they have mining property, and Mr.
Champion hag again accepted hla old
position with Albeit Faber, the car
D. O. Grant left last night for Pu
eblo, Colo., and other cities to the
north, after having spent several days
in the city looking after his various
Albuquerque interests. He ' wilt re
turn lu about a month.
Charles V. Safford, traveling terri
torial auditor, is inspecting the ac
counts of Sandoval county. Because
of the limited accommodations at
Bernalillo, Mr. Safford is, spending
his nitfnts in the city.
Miss Blanche La Montte, who
will open manicuring parlors in room
11, N. T. Armljo building, returned
from Denver last night. Miss La
Montte was engaged In business In
Denver pievlous to coming to Albu
querque. The other day. In getting off a mov
ing, electric street car, Pedro San
doval fell to the ground, and in con
sequence his lert hand Is In band
ages. It Is badly sprained, and It will
be several days before the hand can
O. C. Watson, son-in-law of Hon.
Thomas Hughes, deceased, reached
the city last nlnht from Santa Fe, but
owing to sickness, It was impostlble
for Mrs. Watson to accompany aer
husband to the city.
W. H. Moore, who was local mana
ger for the New York Life Insuiance
company, left last night for Califor
nia, from wblrh place he will go to
liutte, Mont., whore he will take
charge of the Montana branch of the
Alfred and Ivan Grunsfeld, with
their families, wl.l spend a few days
Hi Whltcomb Springs, going out this
evening and returning to tne city
Tuesday evening. Mr. Alfred Oruns
feld will come to the city on Monday
for the day to attend a meeting of
the county comm'ssloners.
H. K. DI.erly. a Wichita, Kan.,shcep
buyer, who has Invested quite ex
tensively in New Mexico sheep. Is In
the city making preparations for the
shipping of his -purchases. The sheep
will be sent to Ponca, O. T., where
they will be fattened for the mar
ket. Waldemar Llndgren, of the United
States geological survey, of Washing
ton, D. C, Is In the city, accompanied
by L. C. Graton, F. C. Schrader, M. R.
Campbell, Whitman Cross, W. H.
Emmons, L. H. Woolsey and O. F.
Kay. A reconnolssanee economic In
vestigation of the mining districts of
the territory will at once be made by
, A display of brick, made from shale
found near Alamogordo, may be
seen In the window of B. Ruppe's drug
store. They are of a cream color, and
on Inspection, are found to be of an
excellent quality. A. J. Frank, of
Alamogordo, owns the property upon
which this brick shale Is found, and
Mr. Frank burned the kiln from
which these samples were taken.
BARELAS BASE BALL TEAM
DEFEAT HIGHLAND MECHANICS
The Muslin Underwear sale of the
season at The Economist. Read the
ad on page six.
Special communication of Temple
Lodge No. 6, A. F. A. M., tomorrow
(Sunday) at 1:30 p. m. Tor the pur
pose of attending the funeral of our
late Brother, Thomas Hughes. Visit
ing brethren cordially Invited. By
order of the W. M. Robert Abra
All members of the Aerie are re
quested to meet at the lodge room
Sunday ' at 2:15 p. m. for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of Bro.
Thomas Hughes. By order of the
The Joys ot summer: A shady ver
anda, a hammock and a pair of our
cool shoes. If-you can't have the first
two, try our cool shoes anyway. C
May's fenoe Store, 314 West Railroad
All members of Albuquerque Lodge
No. 4G1, and all visiting Elks will
meet at the lodge room at 2 p. m.
sharp, Sunday, July 2, 1905, to at
tend the funeral of Brother Thomas
Hughes. R. W. D. Bryan, Exalted
Ruler. . Roy McDonald, Secretary.
A special meeting of Typographical
union will be beld in the office of the
Sellers Printing company, Saturday,
July 1, 1905, at 5 o'clock p. m., to
consider action of union relative to
funeral .of Thomas Hughes. Cbas E.
Diamond ire always in order. Vc can talk Diamonds to you at any
time. They are an investment, and a good Investment at the prices we are
selling them, We have some exquisite Diamond Brooches, Solitaire Rings and
Studs, and we are really selling them very, very cheap. Take a look in our
store and price them,
Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
flffSITT Leading Jeweler,
Sam M kU ML M M U m RAILROAD A VENUE
Jesus Ma. Chaves, captain and man
agor of the Barelas baseball team,
states that the repojt that the High
land Mechanics team bad defeated the
Barelas boys was a mistake, as the
score was 37 to 11, In favor of
The Barelas team Is ready at any
time to meet the Highland Mechanics
team on the Barelas diamond for any
amount of money, and will lay odds
on their team at 3 to 1.
The Barelas team has not been de
feated this year, and la considered as
one of the best aggregation of ball
play a. s In this part of the territory,
A lunch tuat Is of the toest that Is
In the marxet The White Elephant
Matinee at Traction Park Casino
tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. No reserved
Beats. Admission, adults, 25 cents;
children, 15 cents. Regular show In
Wootten & Wootten are having a
good many calls for three, four and
flve-roora houses. If you have any
houses for rent, list them with us.
We can rent them. 123 South Tnrd
street. Bell 'phone, 144, black. i
This is to advise merchants and
others, that I will not be responsible
for any bill or bills contracted by my
son, Ben All Lounsberry.
R. P. LOUNSBERRY.
The Inrlnelbl Railroad Avenue Clothier, through
foroo ot clroamstanoos, annouacos. tea days oarllor
. than oiaal. tbo . .
A CLEARANCE SALE OF MEN S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND
FUKNISHINOS-TO BEGIN SATURDAY, JULY FIRST. LARGER
AND BETTER VALUES. MEW METHODS. INCREASED FLOOR
SPACE INCREASED SALES FORCE. WILL CHARACTERIZE
THIS SALE WILL LIFT IT HEAD OVER HEELS ABOVE ANY
SALE WE EVER CONDUCTED. IT WILL BE BIGGER THAN
ANY SALE EVER ATTEMPTED IN THIS CITY. 8PECIALLY
PROMINENT WILL BE THE BIO PRICE CUTTING ON CLOTH
ING. PRICES ANNOUNCEMENT' OF WHICH W3LL BE MADE
LATER. ...... '
Steam and Hot Water Heating
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladden
your heart and warm your bouse
when its cold. Fill your bins for
next winter now and avoid the rush.
American'' Block coal, the best Gallup
mined. Cerrlllos Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sites of hard coal.
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Green
Mill wood. 2.00 full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto Phone, 416. Colo. Phone, 45.
N. PEACH & CO.
Room 43 Barnett Building.
We have bargains in vacant lots and
Improved property. It will pay you to
see as before making purchases. All
business intrusted to ns will receive
BRING YOUR KODAK WORK TO
U8; WE CAN PLEASE YOU. KO
DAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES. BEB-
BER OPTICAL CO- 113 GOLD AVE.
Call and Examine the BEATIFUL GOODS Dlsplavea
in jur oampio stooms
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings
HOSE, Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps
Harness, Saddles, Leather,
....write por prices.;..
...Largest Stock in the Southwest...
I 13-1 IS-1 17 South rirtt Street
40 1-403 North rirtt Street
Successors to Edwards e Fuehr,
307 West Railroad Avenue.
?fth 'Phones. Day or Night
e The Albuquerque Transfer Co.
e bandies any old thing. Call at V
( No. 110 West Gold avenue. An-
T tomatic 'phone S62. Bell 'phone
e 155 black.
Just received a carload of screens!
doors, all sizes and new designs.
Call on us for Lumber, Glaas, Paints,
Oils and Cement Alse far REX
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
Successor to John A. Lee.
First and Marqustte.
lu it p n s t
CHAS. F. MYERS
have something no one
else has. It's wonderful how anx
ious people are to get that some
thing. Perhaps that Is why our
stock of Summer Suits has been leaving us so fast.
There lun't a mult among them that you can Und In thle city outelde of our etore
PRICES ON SUITS ARE $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $11.00, $12.00. $13.50 AND $15.00
Buy a pair ot Swell
Tan Oxford ....
Auto 'Phone - - - 185
Store wilt cloae Saturday at 12
o'clock M., and reopen S p. m.
during July and Auguet.
Eclipse Wind Mills
THE BEST ANO MOST UP TO
DATE MILL ON THE MARKET
TOO A Y. SOLIO WOOD WHEEL,
DIRECT STROKE. rOR FARM,
RANCH, DAIRY AND SUBUR
BAN fUM mi NO SYSTEMS.
Write tor Price.
Mail Orders Solicited
and Propzrly Filled
A L B iTo U E R Q U E ,
Colorado 'Phone - 197
Decring and Buckeye
MOWERS AND REPAIRS.
OEERING Aror' RKA
ULtmnU HEADERS, HAY RAKES
AND TEDDERS. THEY ARE
MONEY MAKERS and SAVERS.
PflTQ REVOLVERS AND
UUU 0 AUTOMATIC PISTOLS
SCISSORS AND SHEARS
RAZOR, AND POCKET
KNIVES. BUILDERS' HARDW'R
E0 Lo Wasfofnttm Co,
t-.-aT i-W-A. wSw -
NEW MEXICO. PI
119 Wast Cold Ave.
lit S. Seteua St.