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ALHUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1905.
A if '-
SHOES and OXFORDS for
Women. They are up to the
minute in style. They are
carefully made, fit like a
glove and require no break
ing in. They keep their
shape and we guarantee
good wear : : :
Dongola Oxford $1.50 to $2.00
Vicl Kid Oxfords $2.25 to $3.00
Patent Kid Oxford ... .$2.75 to $3.50
Dongola Shoes $1.65 to $2-25
Vicl Kid Shoe $2.50 to $3.50
Patent Kid Shoe $3.25 to $3.50
.... , - :,I...1,IIV,
Are those that bare stood the test
of practical experience. In this res
pect the groceries we sell are atove
even the breath of suspicion. No
brand that Is at all questionable In
quality can find a place In our store.
Patrons favoring us with their orders
can depend on us absolutely for turn
lnsbing the best - In quality, the
best in flavor and the beet In nutrition.
F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120 South Second St
HAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkville coal we sell princi
pally, like the Father of His Country,
dm a reputation second to none, and
you know, if you've tried it, that it's
the best ever burned. Its freedom
from impurities, its 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
tin. John S. Beaven
The Delights of a
When you go to a summer re
sort, one of the chief delights are
thewide,cool,cozy verandas where
you can sit in the shade and enjoy
a cool, delightful breeze.
. You can make your own porch ai cozy
and comlorulilc, oy shutting out the tun
with Vudor Shade. They let in the breeza
and keep nut the heat. They practically
add another room to your hnusr the
pJeasantest room of all duhnjr the heatrd
season. You can srrvt lunch eooe or tea
on a porch luted with
with perfect privacy, whllerlewlnff th passer-by,
You can alao have V udor W indow
Shades adjusted to your windows, where
theywilUetin the cool brei and keep
out the heat of the summer sun. They
are especially commended for nurseries
and living: rooms.
Vudor Porch Shadee coat from 92 SC op.
They are made in different colore to har
anonixa with the woodwork of yoar home.
You are especially requested to
view the Vudor Exhibit In our
0. W. STRONG'S SONS
RUGS. FURNITURK, LINOLEUM, DINNER WARE,
Corner Second and Copper Ave.
Subscribe for The Citizen
Generally fair tonight and Friday.
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS.
No. 1. from the east, 7:30 p. m.
No. 7, from th; eatit, 10:30 p. ni.
No. S, from ilio west, 6:43 p. m.
No. 2. I r Jin the west 7:55 a. m.
lion A'.l I.ouusbory left this morning
for nn ex't-nded eastern trip.
Mrs. li. V. loabo is enjoying a
visit from her ixier, Mrs. 11. II. Wyn
koup, i)f Phoenix, Arizona.
J. It. Manhy. an extensive Mieep
raiser of (.'oloiado, arrived from Trini
dad last niKht and spent the day here.
Adjutant General A. P. Tarkington,
arrived In the rity from Santa Ke last
night and spent the day here on busi
ness. C. H. Dow, of Santa Ke, one of the
proprietors of the famous Sunmount
Tent City, is In the city for a few
days on business.
Miss Jennie Walsh, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Luke Walsh, of this city, Is
enjoying a week's outing at the Sloan
camp near Algodones.
There will be a special meeting of
St. John's Guild at the Guild hall to
morrow (Friday) at 10 a. in. All mem
bers requested to be present.
Horace Middleton, representing the
Denver branch of the Dupont Powder
company, Is spending a few days In
the city on one of bis regular trips.
James McGuire, superintendent of
the Hio Grande Woolen n.Us, Is con
fined to his room on notth Second
street by a severe attaolc of cholera
The Knight-Iocke Piano company,
doing business on south Second street,
will withdraw from the field here, and
will establish a branch store at Trini
Dr. D. O. Norton was a passenger
for the east on this morning's No. 2.
He will visit Chicago and other eastern
cities and expects to be gone for at
least six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stowell have as
their guests for a few days Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Decker, of Nebraska, who
are taking in the sights about Albu
querque. They are on their way to
the Portland exposition.
Assessor George F. Albright and son
Elwood, returned last night from a
week's fishing trio on the Pecos. They
stopped at the valley ranch and Mr. j
Albright reports fishing the best for
J. W. Abbott requests The Citizen
to state that he will open. In a few
days, a meat market at the old stand
of Schwartmann & With on north
Second street In the N. T. Armljo
building. Yesterday he gave orders
for all the fixtures required to a Den
John B. Harper, superintendent of
Irrigation in New Mexico and Arizona
for the Pueblo Tndian trlbps. arrived
from the west last night and looked
after business here today. He re
ports work on the big irrigation dam
at Znni. to be progressing rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McGillivray
are revelling In the smiles of a nine
pound baby girl, the little lady arriv
ing at their home No. 204 north Arno
street this morning. Mr. McGillivray
Is a sheep raiser In the ChlUU country.
Today he Is around receiving the con
gratulations of h'.s many friends. .
Dirty canvas shoes can be made
clean and white like freshly fallen
snow, by using Pickering's "Blanco."
Easily and quickly applied; 25c a box.
For sale at C. May's shoe store, 314
West Railroad avenue.
Inward Ttlehle, who Is located at
Helen, la here on a visit to his wife.
Mrs. Carl Hoffman. 'ho was east
on a Visit to irlcls, has returned to
Page B. Otero, the territorial game
warden, who wi.M sick In this city the
past few days, has returned to his
duties at Santa Ke.
Walter O'Brien, '.:.t: cattle Inspector,
Who visited Alti'iqueni'io and Gallup,
hns returncJ t h!s neadqurtors at
Miss Evelyn lnuighterty of Santa Fe
will visit her bio' tier, Krnest Dougher
ty, at Fresno, ( al. The young lady
will pass thrmi:-; 'i 'ha city en route
to California finlghl.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Schwentker leave
tonight for the west. They will visit
Ix)3 Angeles, and en route stop a day
or two at the Grand Cnnyon. They will
be absent about a month.
Judge and Mrs. Frank W. Parker
who were at Santa Ke, passed through
last night, and will spend the coming
three weeks near the Gila Hot Springs
in northerwestern Grant county.
A small blnze In a string of box cars
In the south end or the Santa Fe yards
this af'ernoon called out the depart
ment at the shops. The fire was ex
tinguished and the damage slight.
Not a case In police court today,
which Is something unusual for that
tribunal. However, quite a number
of laborers from Helen are In the city,
and It Is likely that tomorrow morn
ing will find a large number of plain
drunks In the city bastile.
Manson Itothenberger, of the Auto
matic Telephone force In this city
and who has been visiting relatives at
the old home in Indiana, returned last
night. While away Mr. Rothenberger
took special Instructions In telephone
work at the factory In Chicago.
The Albuquerque Traction company
has established a new summer sched
ule, to the effect that four cars will
run between First street switch and
Traction park from 7 p. m., to 12 mid
night, and "The Owl" car will leave
the park at 12:51 a. m. for the city.
Henry Metzg.ir, a well krown ranch
man and fruit raise. of Pajarita, was
In the city today with a wagon load of
peaches. Hi says the fruit trees of
Pajarita are so full of fruit that many
of the limbs have broken off under the
George M. Ilaccus today purchased
the Albuquerque Transfer company
from W. F. Fullerton. Mr. Baccus
will put on somo extra teams and
men, and will be In a position to take
good care of all the old customers of
the firm, and solicits the patronage
of the public.
Isaac N. Cox, Dwrlght Wheeler and
Clarence Hudson have returned from
the Pecos, where they have been the
past ten days on a fishing trip. The
boys returned with a big string of fine
trout and all report that the other
parties of Albuquerque people are
having a great time.
Miss Otero and Miss Anita Bergere
left Santa Fe Tuesday afternoon over
land for the Nelll B. Field cottage on
the Pecos river where they will re
main for ten days or two weeks. They
were accompanied by "Miguel A.
Otero, Jr., anil John R. McFle, Jr. The
boys will return to Santa Fe tomor
row. The Surety Investment company Is
doing a big mid-summer business, hav
ing sold during the past week nine
lots In their new Eastern addition,
Highlands, as follows: Mrs. F. J.Breen,
lot 15, block 29; Mrs. Francis Cornog,
lot 2, block 29; J. F. Qulntalnllla, lots
5 and 6, block 29; Frank Rossi, lots
11 and 12, block 2C; D. C. Kennard,
lots 5 and 6. block 27; D. H. Yerkes,
lot 12, block 36.
Today was one of the most op
pressive of the summer. Fortunately,
no heat prostrations were reported.
Diamond are always in order. We can talk Diamonds to you at any
time. They are an investment, and a good investment at the prices we are
selline them. We have some exquisite Diamond Brooches, Solitaire Rings and
Studs, and we are reallv selline them very, very cheap. Ti
store and price them.
fake a look in our
Wifches, Jewelry and Silverware
HALLINA MORGAN WINS !
AT PUEBLO YESTERDAY
Halllna Morgan, Joe Barnett's sen
sational 3-year-old pacer, won the
2:20 pace yesterday at the Pueblo
A telegram to the St. Elmo club
rooms In this city, states that the
mare took the race In straight heats.
The best time was 2:lu,.
This makes the sixth race Halllna
has won this summer, and puts her
stock away up. It is said that Mr.
Barnett, who la now in Pueblo, has
been besieged with Batterings offers
from western liorsemen, who want to
buy the promising mare, but so far
has turned them all down.
Decade the largest and best facilities in
the country enable the manufacturer to
avoid variation in materials and in the pro
cess of manufacture.
25 Dances for 25 cents
A'H THfJ COUPONS.
Go to 800 Park avenue, tomorrow
night, enjoy the social pleasures, and
help to build the new Presbyterian
Tomorrow night, at Mrs. Bryan's
residence, occurs the most attractive
of mid-summer social entertainments
a lawn fete.
The Spanish classes In the Business
college are In charge of Prof. A.
Montoya, and begin at 9 a, m. All
who are desirous of studying Spanish
should enroll at once. For particulars
call on or address A. Montoya, or
G. S. Ramsay, Oleckler block, corner
of Fourth street and Gold avenue.
4,000 Tons of Freight.
Wanted to let contract for hauling
all or part of 4,000 tons of freight.
Good wagon road, mostly down grade.
Plenty grass and fine water. Distance
fourteen miles. Answer A. B. C. care
Albuquerque Evening Citizen.
Judge For Yourself j
If you haven't already aeen on of our Big Green Tag Posters,
look at one read It carefully and note distinctly the prices we
quote therein. You don't have to take our word for anything.
Take a look at our show windows and compare the goods on dis
play there with the prices ws name In our advertisements, and If
SEEING IS BELIEVING, you will at once realize that the picture
we draw of price reductions In our circulars Is a very mild one In
deed. Everybody knows that a Knox straw hat is worth from
$2.50 to $3.50, and we sell thsm for 90c.
Everybody knows that the Outing Suits we have tagged at
$4.75 and $3.73 cannot be said for these prices and leave any mar
gin. Everybody knowa that a first-class, all-wool Business Suit
cannot be sold with a profit for $11.75.
Everybody knows that $14.75 Is the sum asked for some of our
Everybody know) that Boy's Crash Pants cannot be made for
15c, and that nearly every It 3m we name Is a money saver.
But we have decided that our entire summer stock must go
and go NOW hence this sale at this time.
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Call and Examine the BEATIFUL GOODS Displayed
In Our Sample Rooms
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Farm Implements, Rumps, Ripe and Fittings
HOSE, Belting, Racking, Engines, Boilers, Steam Rumps
Harness, Saddles, Leather,
....WRITE FOR PRICES.... ,
.Largest Stock in the Southwest...
1 13-1 1S-117 South rirtt Street
401-403 North ririt Street
The Home Mission society of the
Highland Methodist church, will
serve Ice cream, cake and lemonade
at the residence of Dr. E. N. Wilson,
406 South Arno street, Thursday,
July 13, from 3 to 11 p. m.. The la
dies are arranging to make the occa
sion an enjoyable one. The lawn will
be tastefully decorated, beautifully
lighted, while the work of serving re
freshments will be Interspersed with
music, both Instrumental and vocal.
The public at large, is Invited to at
FEE'S SUMMER TAFFY AT WAL
TON'S DRUG STORE ONLY.
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Just received a carload of screen
doors, all sizes and new designs.
Call on us for Lumber, Glass, Paints,
Oils and Cement Also for REX
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER GO.
Successor to John A. La.
First and Marquett.
Eo Jo POST
GREAT ...MID-SUMMER... SALE
Is an Interesting place this week. We are
exhibiting Summer Suits at prices that
Invite you to come In. When you get In
we will show you other things of the
"Come Again" Quality
"Come Again" Prices
Eo Lo WasWbtstm Co00
CHAS. F. MYERS-
Automatic 'Pbuae IBS.
Colorado Pbona 197
WHOLESALE ...HARDWARE... RETAIL
DEERINC HARVESTING MACHINES
Store will close Satur
days at 12 o'clock M.,
and reopen 6 p. m.
during July and August
Mowera and Repairs
Reapers, Hay Rakea
and Automatic Pistols
Eclipse Wind Mills
.WRITE FOR PRICES.
Mail Crders Solicited and Promptly Filled
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
119 Wail Cold Are.
122 S. St