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8ATUHDAY, JULY , 1903.
for not feet
I&Do your feet perspire or burn? 3ath them
in warm water in which a little alum has been
dissolved. Dust the inside of your Shoes
with Allen's Footease. This will give you
relief. For a permanent cure wear a pair of
our easy-fitting shoes.
Men's Low Shoes $1.50 to $3.50
Men's High Shoes $1.50 to $4.00
Wemsn's Low 6hoes....$1.50to$3.50
Women's Slippers $1.10 to $2.75
Women's High Shoes . .$1.65 to $3.50
Children's Low Shoes . .$1.00 to $1.65
Children's High Shoes . .$1.00 to $2.75
7 Tbe Albuquerque Transfer Co.
- handles any old thing. Call at
f No. 110 West Gold avenue. An-
torn tic 'phone 362. Eell 'phone
V 155 black.
? Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mrs.
Harry Johnson, Mrs. Hugh Allison
and Miss Cannon, a visitor from San
Diego, Cal., are sojourning during
July and August In Bear canyon.
Successors to Edwards & Fuehr,
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Belh 'Pilous. Day or Night
FrcJ Nichols, Charles White and J.
A. Heal, three society gents of this
city, are causing hearts to aciie at
Avalnn, Catallna island.
HAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkvllle coal we sell princi
pally. Uke the Father of His Country,
Ma reputation second to none, and
yon know, it you've tried It, that It's
tbe best ever burned. Us freedom
from Impurities, Its free-burning qual
ities 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
; Both phones.
our special RUG
sale is still on
YOU HAVE THE LARGEST
STOCK OF FURNITURE TO SE
LECT FROM. ,
THE PRICES ARE THE LOWEST.
We Have Osteymoor 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? r 'j - "
0. W. STRONG'S SONS
RUGS, 1-URNITURK, I.INOICUM, DINNKR WARE,
Corner Second and Copper Ave.
Fair tonight and Saturday.
No. K riom tin- east, 7:30 p. m.
No. 7, from the cast, 11:45 p. m.
No. . I rom the west, 6:45 p. m.
No. 2, from the west, 7:55 a. m.
Miss Ma K. Johnson has reopened
her typewrit ins eitTI-o in the Harnett
building. n-'tiT several months' ab
sence from the rity.
All Odd IVIIows are requested to
meet at the hall tomorrow morning
at !:3 to atniid the funeral of
llrother Karns. Hy order of the No
James V. Chaves, of ProRreso,
where he owns a large ranch, was In
the city last night and left this morn
ing lor home. He stated that sheep
and cattle In Torrance county were In
Hon. V. S. Mitra, who was here
yesterday and day before on business,
and of course purchased several
wagon loads of merchandise, left this
morning for his home In the Nacla
Yesterday P. F. McCanna sold to
Warren Graham, the two-story brick
residence on North Fourth street,
formerly owned by A. G. Otero, of
Oakland, Cal. Tho purchase price Is
understood to have been $4,500.
Charles S. White, manager of the
Knlght-I,ocke Piano company, at Pu
eblo, Colo., arrived in the city last
night to take charge of the company's
store here. Mr. White will Introduce
some very good bargains In pianos.
It. L. Dodson, manager or the Al
buquerque Cycle and Arms company,
went to Santa Ke today for the pur
pose of setting up the two handsome
new Ford automobiles recently pur
chased by Governor Otero and Ter
ritorial Secretary J. W. Raynolds.
Joseflta, the 2-year-old daughter of
Justice Gabriel Sanchez and wife, of
Kanchos de Atrlsco, died at the fam
ily home yesterday morning at 10:30
o'clock, after a brief illness with ty
phoid, fever. The funeral took place
at. 9 o'clock this morning and burial
was In the Catholic cemetery at
A letter received in this city this
morning gives an account of the
death of Miss Edna Olufs at Chicago
July 4, of appendicitis. Miss Olufs
has many friends In this city, having
spent three years or more hero, dur
ing wilieh time she clerked at the
Golden. Rule Dry Goods store, and
Rlso at the Lion store. Miss Olufs
has been absent fiom the city the past
You bavo to take what comes In
the nhapo of hot weather; why not
prepare fo;- it? Our low shoes and
slippers for men, women and chil
dren, ate about aTi near being as cool
aa n cucumber, as anything you ever
saw. We have them In canvas, vlcl
kid and patent kid. Prices from
$1.25 to $3.50. C. May's shoo store,
314 West Railroad avenue.
Baptist Church Sunday school at
5:50; a other services for the day
are union nt the Congregational
Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday,
with occasional thunder showers.
Christian Church Alerts In Com
mercial club building. Usual services
tomorrow morning and evening.
Lutheran Church ' North Third
street. Sunday school at 9:30 a: m.
German preaching at 10:30 a. m. Eng
lish preaching at 7:30 p. m. All mem
bers and friends aie invited. H. win
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.; preaching
service, 11 a. in.; sermon by the pas
tor; class meeting, 12 noon; lipworth
League, 7 p. m.; evening service, 8 p.
in; sermon hy the pastor.
Flrat Congregational Church W. .1.
Marsh, pastor. Union service with
the Uaptlsts at this church during
July. Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Preaching services at 11 a. m., and 8
p. m.; Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. All
Next Friday evening, under the
beams of the full moon, young men
and maidens and older ones, too,
whom the mystic goddess Luna crst
t lines affects, will gather socially at
8o0 Park avenue, enjoy the quaint cer
emonials of a gypsy wedding, indulge
in Ice cream and cake, and incident
ally contribute something to the new
First Presbyterian Church Elks'
opera house. Services at 11 a. m. and
ft p. m conducted by tho pastor, tne
Hev. Hugh A. Cooper. At 8 p. m. the
pastor will deliver the second ser
mon In the series on the ' 'Ideal
Home." The subject, "The Ideal
Thoi Sunday Rchool meets at 9:45
a. m. 'and Christian Endeavor at 7 p.
m. Strangers welcome.
Bernalillo County Refunding Bonds.
Notice is given that the board of
county commissioners of Bernalillo
county. New Mexico, will receive seal
ed bids up to 12 o'clock noon on July
24, 1905, for seventy thousand four
hundred dollars ($70,400) of refunding
bonds bearing not more than 5 per
cent Interest, to be dated July 1, 1905,
subject to call after twenty years and
payablo thirty years from their date.
Full information can be had upon ap
plication to the clerk of the board.
lly order of board,
JAMES A. SUMMERS,
Albuquerque, N. M. July 7, 1905.
Remarkable offerings at The Econ
omist linen sale this week. Note
IS A BOON
To the Housewife
She knows that she nerd no
longer fear failures in her baking-.
She is always certain of success,
and saves two-thirds of her baking
25 Ounces for 25 cents
BAVR TH.'i COUPONS.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Ladles' white wool shawl at
Casino. Leave at Citizen office and!
receive reward. ,
WANTED To rent piano by private
family, for summer. Address, B.,
Don't fail to read The, Economist ad
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL
BE PAID FOR INFORMATION
SUFFICIENT TO CONVICT,
AGAINST ANY PERSON HAUL-
INQ SAND, GRAVEL OR
ADOBE FROM ANY OF THE
LANDS BELONGING TO THE
TERRACE ADDITION IM-.t
4 PROVEMENT COMPANY.
M. P. STAMM, Agt.
Seeing is Believing I
Some few, unthinking people may consider that big Green. Tag
Poster of ours, a hit sensational may even confound It with
other "flyers," in th0 rather ovoidono "sale" lino of Albuquerque,
but after thoso people see tho goodg displayed In our windows,
they will no longer doubt for what the eye sees the heart be
lieves. . t
Why are we selling $9 outing suit for $4.75
We are telling $12 outing suits for $8,75
Why are we selling $16 business suits for $11.75
We quote $3 Knox Straw Hats at 90o
We quoto 75-cent Neckties at 30o
We quote 25-cent Hose at 12'2c
See our 50-cent Suspenders at 25o
See our $3 Trousers at $1,90
See our $5 Boy's Suits at 1 ".... $3.90
You naturally .ask, why theso reductions? Hero it is in
nut shell: It pays us to clean out all of this season's goods and
start with a fresh stock next spring. It pays us to turn over this
money two or three times Instead of having it tied up In old stock
and what is apparently a loss Is In reality profitable business
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER
Sunday Closing. ' f
Tomorrow and until further notice,
wo will close our drug store, on Sun
days, from 12 noon until 6 p. m.
.S. VANN & SON.
The Central Drug Store.
Read Tho Economist ad on pago six
1 1 - o
Greatest m sale of the year at
The Economist this week. Read
tho ad. .'. - -
Diamonds are always in order. We can talk Diamonds lo you at any
time. They are an investment, and a good investment at the prices we are
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Studs, and we are really selling thtm very, very cheap. Take a look in our
store ana price mem.
Watches, Tewelry and Silverware
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladden
your heart and warm your house
whon its cold. Fill your bins for
noxt winter now and avoid the rush.
American Block coal, the best Gallup
mined. Cerrlllos Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of hard coal.
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Green
Mill wood, $2.00 full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'8 COAL YARD.
Auto Phone, 416. Colo. Phone, 40.
Colonel John Stein, superintendent
of the Harvey Bystem In New Mexico,
spent yesterday In the city and re
turned to his headquarters at Las
gas last night.
We arc Going to
Kick The Bottom
Oat of regular prices on
MEN'S AND BOYS'
VV - bQrmsT mm AAittA 1
in our yreat M ID-SUMMER Sale
REMEMBER THE DATE, JULY J 0th
Hon. and Mrs. Alfred Grunsfeld
will spend a few days at Manltou
Springs, Colo., leaving for that resort
the first or next week. After a short
stay there, Mis. Grunsfeld will return
to this city, while Mr. Grunsfeld goes
on to New York.
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Call and, Examine the BE ATIFUL GOODS Displayed
In Our Sample Rooms
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings
HOSE, Belting,' Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps
Harness, Saddles. Leather,
Ranch Supplies 1
...,yrite rot PRICES.,..
...Largest Stock in the Southwest...
1 13-I IS-I 17 South rint Street
401-403 North rirt Street
SCHOOL BOARD MEETS
IN SPECIAL SESSION
' The Albuquerque board of education
held a special meeting last night for
tho transaction of Important routine
Tho ircrd voted the construction
of cement sidewalks in front of the
Kirst ward school and Central build
ing and the building committee was
instructed to prepare specification for
tho same and advertise for bids.
President. R. W. Hopkins, D. H.
Urlggs, J. F. Luthy, Geo. R. Craig, J.
C. Baldridge and John Conroy were
tho members present.
Read the ad of Tho Economist on
page six today.
Why not go to tne Zeiger cafe to
night and try some of that free lunch?
E o o
CHAS. F. MYERS-
Automatic 'PLont 183.
Colorado Phono 197
DEERINC HARVESTING MACHINES
Store will close Satur
days at 12 o'clock M.,
and reopen 6 p. ni,
during July and August
Mowers and Repairs
Reapers, Hay Rakes
and Automatic Pistols
Eclipse Wind Mills
.AVR.I.TK FOR 1 RICKS.
Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Filled
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
119 Wtit Cold Aw.
122 S. Steona St.