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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
of moderate outlay you con
always Und hero what you need In
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1905.
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It's getting to the time of the year when everything Summery mut ie
put on the "retired lict" so far at this store is concerned; yet, two full
wearing months are ahead.
A better chance to buy Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats and
Haberdashery for less than actual value
NEVER PRESENTED ITSELF.
Our Suits, Top Coats, Trousers, Hats and Furnishings must vacate.
We don't want a vestige of Spring or Summer stock when we open the
Fall campaign ami wo won't Tiaveif we can help It.
LOOK AT MY WINDOW AND CIRCULAR.
' Can you afford to miss a sale, where the prices touch your purse
M. MM MB ELL
Fine Clothing and Furnishings
Mr and Mrs. B. Frank Fillmore are
uponling a f'w WPeks visiting Col
I Jerry Prlsr-oll left this morning for
Oswego. N. Y.. hl old home, for a
visit of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. MrGaffey nre
etlll at Pagosa Springs, Colo. They
will return home some time next
II. 8. I.litz, the new Santa Fe agent,
'announces that Mrs. I.utz and eliil
!dren, now at Santa Fe, will join iilm
here in a tew weeks.
Wednesday morning a party of Al
liuqnerqueans left for a two weeks'
outing on the upper I'ecos. Those In
tae party were: Colonel and Mrs.
W. II. Greer, Mr. and Mis. Harry F.
The Standard Plumb
ing and Heating Co.
ARE DOING BUSINESS AT
412 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
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N A G E R
AUTO PHONE 171.
1 COLO. tS4.
A C 'bILICKC JNO. S. MITCHELL
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
Reasonable Prices Splendid Restaurant
. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
New Mexicans and Arlzonl ans spending the summer on the
beaches are welcome to the use .of our Ladles' parlors and Gentle
men's waiting rooms. Meet your friends there. Information and
writing materials free. Ladles. and children welcome.
' All Depot cars stop at the Hollenbeck. Electrlo excursion and
beach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
We have the best Mower
and Rake made for New
Runs Lighter, Longer and
Bain and Old Hickory Wagons
HARNESS AND SADDLES
J. KORBER & GO,
NOT MORE MEDICINE
But more quality In the medicine you are already taking, is usually
what sick people need and should insist on having.
When we buy drugs, we insist on having the best, so with best
qualities and prompt service, we are in position to offer protection to
B. H. BRIGGS & CO.,
Props. A I vara do Pharmacy
BOTH mMOMKS ftSTRKKT and GOLD AVE.
Plumbing:, Gas Fitting, and Dra'n Laying
It will not le our fault If this Tear's
celebration of Independence Day is
not celebrated, we win nuicKiy ao an
. i it n An c- i r r rannlrlnp wnrlr RA O in
have your plumbing in perfect condi
tion tor the Fourth. Why not let us
estimate on your work, let It be large
J. L. Bell Co.
122 WEST SILVER AVENUi
Automatic Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
Rio Grande Lumber Co.
General Building Supplies
A, H. VlMN,'Wgr. 3fa d Marquette
Boarding Horses a Specialty
First-class board at 506 South Arno
The Economist ad is on page six to
day. Read it.
l.re, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Chadbourne,
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Medler and Dr.
v i Aii.r Thnv have promiarn io
return with plenty of trout for their
th.ido Ai.iwtt ntiil latichter. Miss
Constance, have gone to Haverhill,
Mass . where they win spena Bevemi
weeks wlta friends.
Mr tnhn Tiutler. who has many
friends throughout New Mexico, and
who visited Ccrrlllos and I-as vegas
has returned to the city.
Amnio illHtrneuished neonle
....... .in . .. - -
w.io visited Albuquerque during me
week were Mr. and Mis. William 12.
Curtis. They have gone west.
Miaa triina. r.lbson. a most nonular
young laily, has returned to me t"j
from Saliila. Colo., wtiere sne viaueu
her sister, Mrs. Stanley 15. vvem.
Miss Tna Price, one of Socorro's
popular young society ladles, Is here
rn a vlall to npr RlHier. flirn. IJ. -
Stern, and also Mm. Simon Stern.
No risk Is taken when you place
your order for drugs or family medl
clnes with us. We fill every prescrlp
Hon in a careful, accurate way and
guarantee the quality. Ask your doc
J. H. O'RIELLY CO.,
Free delivery In the city. Mall oro
ers sent out the same day they are re
RARE PIANO BARGAINS
YOU DON'T NEED A PENCIL TO FIGURE OUT THE ADVANTAGE
AND ECONOMY OF BUYING A PIANO THIS WEEKDAYS GENERAL
MANAGER C. 8. WALTER, OF THE KNIGHT-LOCKE PIANO COMPANY
OF DENVER AND PUEBLO, WHO II HERE TO PERSONALLY CON
DUCT THE GREATEST SPECIAL SXLE OF PIANOS EVER BEFORE IN
ALBUQUERQUE. THE PIANOS ARE HERE, AND WE ARE NOT GO
ING TO THE EXPENSE OF SHIPPING THEM, IF PRICES WILL SELL
! - - Special Mention of,, ;;,'.. -Superb
The pianos which come under thi3 head really closerw t be placed in
a class above any other even above new Instruments of the same make.
Sounds strange, doesn't it?
Let us see. '
These instruments, as you will readily note, are fromlhe shops of the
world's best makers any one will readily recognize this.; During the year
(the length of time from one of these sales to another) there are recitals,
lmisicales, concerts, etc. Innumerable musical functions held in Denver and
throughout the states we control for these best makes. These require the
use of a piano some artist asking for one make, some for another and we
furnish them. Naturally, the greater the occasion the more care expended in
selecting an instrument the better the instrument loaned.
But in every Instance you can easily see the care given to selecting an
instrument, which combines good appearance with perfect tone-quality
with carrying-Quality -with sustaining-quality, and all the other requisites
for this exacting work.
What Is the result? An Instrument which has been in the hands only
of accomplished performers which has been tested critically artistically
more perfect in every instance than can reasonably be expected of brand
Now Isn't this reasonable logical ? Yet we have never taken advan
tage of this fact and in our years of artistic musical experience we have
never sold these loaned Instruments a new Instruments. We tell you they
have been used and how much you know the story as well as we.
A specific mention of a few will here serve to show how the prices run
out of a stock of say all told fourteen 'or fifteen Instruments the high
est possible grades and values the Piano world can produce.
One Estey Piano, walnut case, a most superb In.
strument n tone and quality
One Story -ft Clark -Piano, Mahogany ease, beau
tifully carvrd: easy action; rich tone
One Cable Piano, dark oak case, use.i only a
few times on elite occasions
One Adam Schaaf Piano, mahogany chv, beauti
ful tone, slightly marred in shipment
One Marshall & Wendell Piano, mahogany case
and splendid volume and singing qual ty
One Schiller Piano, In walnut c&ie, large,
lull, round tone, excellent quality
One Schaeffer Piano, in walnut case, artistic de
sign, easy action, rich tone
The purpose of this sale, as Is here outlined.
sale and is to rid out Denver and Pueblo floors of all loaned piano stock,
to make room for our fall stock. This Is the exact purpose, nnd prices nave
been made accordingly. Prices have not been nude with reference to pay
ing us a profit not in a single instaice. Nor have they been made with
reference to what the various piano. are actually worth. The prices put
upon these pianos have been arrived at by What we believe you yourself
would think, was extremely cheap, an would respond to quickly: in otner
words, that you would buy now, at these prices, rather than wait a few
months later and pay more.
In all your expeiience have you ever known of lower prices anywhere?
THESE PIANOS ARE GOING TO BE SOLD WITHIN A FEW DAYS.
COME EARLY AND GET YOUR CHOICE. EASY PAYMENTS CAN BE
THE KNIGHT-LOCKE PIANO CO.,
218 S. Second St., opposite postoffice. By Chas. S. Walter, Gen Mgr.
4 Ml 278
' .pn) 3:15
4 .Ml 225
s purely an ndveitLsing
L. M. WOOTTON R, L. WOOTTON
W00TT0N & WOOTTON
(Successors to L. It. Thompson)
Real Estate, Loans, and Rentals
Special Attention Given to Business and First-class City Residence
Property and Its Management for Non-Resident Owners.
Our Motto: "Closo attention to nil business IntnislcJ to us, and
We Solicit a portion of your business, twenty-five years' experience
In this line. Call and see us.
123 SOUTH THIRD STREET.
Mrs. M. P. Kelly and children, fam
lly of the chief clerk in tile Santa Fe
storekeeper s otllce, will summer wmi
relatives and friends at aionireu
Mr. and Mrs. C. r Myers are
pleased to have had duringi the week
as their guests, Mrs. Henry rum, oi
St. I-ouls, nnd Mrs. J. Heinard Wood
of Santa Fe.
q Danker J. B. Herndon and family.
are enjoying a visit from Mrs. it. m.
I.ehr. of Waco, Texas. Mrs. II. li.
Herndon, of Dublin, Texas, mother of
Mr. Herndon, Is also here on a visit.
Assessor Oenrire P. Albright, accom
panied by ills son. Elwood, were pas
sengers mis morning ior i.iuiieut,
ivliorn thpv will iltlve nvnrlnnd to the
upper Pecos for a week's outing.
!r on, I Mn W n rinvtnn nro en-
Joying a visit from Mrs. G. Pittman
Smith and daugnter, miss i,uiu snmn,
nf Mltmmirl Tho visitors me aceom-
panied to the city by Miss Esther
locks, a niece oi Mrs. smun.
Colonel W. S. Honewell arrived In
tho rltv this mornins from his ranch
at Hlllsboro, -where he has been vis
iting his family for the past week,
ami Bnent the dav here on business.
He will probably return to Santa Fe
Harmony lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F-,
held a very pleasant social session
last night, when the officers for the
ensuing year were Installed. Music
furnished the chief entertainment of
the evening, after which refresh'
meiits were served.' '' 1 ' "
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. McCanna, ac-
comuanled by their children, lejft
thlB niorntne nn No. 2 for OsweEO. N
Y., their old home, where they will
spend tne summer, ueiore returning
to Albuquerque, Mr. McCanna will
an tn ItnfTalo and nartlctnate In the
Klks' parade on the opening day of
the grand lodge meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Forbes were
host, and hostesses on the night of
July 4 at a very pleasant gathering at
their home, 228 North Walter street
when alK)ut twenty former residents
of Wisconsin held a Bort of a reunion.
Every one had a good time, and It Is
very p:obable that those' residing in
this city who were former residents
of Wisconsin, will form a colony or
The Fourth of July the Ooballon
club was host at an enjoyable picnic
to Whltcomb Springs. The guests of
honor were the Misses Mary Ebert,
Stashla Wolfe and Nell Do Iancy, who
are visiting In the city, the guests of
Miss lone Albright. Tlie party, which
numbered twenty-one young people,
went to the springs in the Jumbo.
Dr. and Mrs.. Cams, Mr. and Mrs.
(leorge F. Albiight and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ackernian ' chaperoned the
One of Hie most delightful social
events of the past week was the
dance and reception given In Elk's
tin 1 1 on Thursday evening, last, by
Walter Weinman, complimentary to
the Misses Mary Ebert, Stashla
Wolfe and Nell De Dancy, of
Ohio, who are spending tiie summer tn
the city, the guests of Miss lone Al
bright, and the Misses Emma and
ICIonora Segelke, who are visiting
their uncle, Oeorge Neher and fam
ily. About sixty-five young people
were present, and dancing was in
dulged in until a late hour. Diiicloui
punch was served during the danciug
and dainty refreshments were par
taken of during tlie Inte: mission.
In Oogalion hall last night Miss
Sue Dobson, Miss Mildred Fox, MIsb
May lla.eliline, Miss Gladys Childers
and Miss Helen Kodey were hostesses
at a charming Japanese dancing
party. The decorations were Japan
ese throughout, and the hall looked
very beautiful. After the dancing,
light refreshments were served.
Those present were Mesdanies W. C.
Hazeldiiit', W. II. Childers. E. V. Dob
son, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson. Mr.
and Mrs. K. W. D. Bryan, and Misses
lirison, Shirley, Kuhns, Lucy Hazel-
dine, and Messrs. Waldo Drison, Ches
ter Dobson, Bruno Dieckman. J. M.
Killings, Will Pratt, Will While, Tom
Kelelier, Jr.. James WVoth, Kirk
Hryan and, llonio Jaffa.
The grocer would be too
comfortable if all his goocb
were like Schilling's Best and
backed by the maker as they
and your choice of variety can be exer
cised to the utmost.
Nowhere elae can you nnd much a
Nowhere elae will you find qualltle
ao carefully looked after, or prlcea ao
The moat economical can find noth
ing but pralao for them.
We are proud of our gooda and wish
you to pay ua the compliment of exam
305 Railroad Avenue.
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The Colorado Telephone Company.
Room IS, N. T. Armijo Building.
Do you realize that you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for inferior
The onlv Lontr Distance Trans-
mitters .nul Receivers; Wall or
pesk Sets; Long time contracts as
you wish; Lowest rates.
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FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
WORKS. B. P. HALL Prop.
Iron and Brass Castings! Ore. Coal and
Lumber Cant Shaftinpj Pullryi, Grid
Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron
Fronts for Buildings. J J J J J J
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY.
FsBidry East Side sf taltread Track -
ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICI
We Fill ;
R'GHS. at consistent Prices
Next to Bank ot Corwrce
203 West R. R. Ave.
is not what you find
when we are employ
ed to do your ; :
WE WILL WIRE YOUR STORE OR RESIDENCE
In the Safest and Most Up to Date Manner
AT A REASONABLE COST
We Make a Specialty ot Electric Pumping Outfits,
SUITAHLK FOR K KSIUli NCKS.
Estimates CheerfuVy Given.
Southwestern Electric & Construction Co, liiV.
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
We give on our laundry work? Try it and see how '
durable it is, Notice how long it keeps' its finish.
We turn out linen, white as snow and free from all
specks or wrinkles.
Imperial hatsndt y Co.
T II K FINEST WHISKIES, WINES
OT PS Rfm AND BRANDIES, ETC.
.fl M I All
J SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOMS
JOSEPH BARNETT. Prop.
120 West Railroad Avenue