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ALBUO UEIIOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 19C3.
A PAYING INVEST
The money Invested In a pair of our summer shoes will give you
big return In comfort and satisfaction.
You can pass through the several months of hot weather ahead of
us without any Inconvenience, If you keep your feet cool. Our shoes
will do this.
Men's Shoes : $1-50 to $4.00
Men's Oxfords $1-75 to $3.50
Ladies' Shoes $1-35 to $3.50
Ladies' Oxfords and Slippers $1.10 to $3.50
Children's Shoes $1-00 to $2.25
Chlldrens' Oxfords $1-00 to $1.65
Are those that have stood the test
of practical experience. In this res
pect the groceries we sell are above
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 irs absolutely for turn
lnahlng the best In quality, the
beat in flavor and the best in nutri
F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120 South Second 8C
HAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkvllle coal we sell prlncl
fally, like the Father of His Country,
AM reputation second to none, and
you know. It you've tried it, that it's
the best ever burned. Its freedom
from Impurities, Its tree-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 Von leaving our
yard. We also handle all kinds of
mill wood, mountain wood and kind
to , v ,-
John S. Beayen
i Both phones.
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The Delights of a
When yoa go to a summer re
sort, one of the chief delights are
the wide, cool, cozy verandas where
yoa can sit in the shade and enjoy
a cool, delightful breeze.
You can make ynur own porch coxy
and comfortable, by thuttinr out the sun
with Vudcir Shade. They let in the breet
ndkwpout the heat. They practically
add another room to your house the
pleaaantest room of all during' the heated
season. You can serve JunuieoM or tea
on a porch titled with
with ptrfert prirarr.wtiile Tirwln tht paaa.
eni-br- Vno can alao hava Vudor Window
Shade adjusted to your windowa, wher
hiy will let in the cool breeu and kep
out the h eat of the aummer aun. 1 hey
are eapecially cuenmended ior Durscriea
and living rooroa.
Vudor Porch Shade coat from MM up.
They are made in diHerent colora to rmr
nomu with the woodwork oi yooj home.
You are especially requested to
view the Vudor Exhibit in our
0. W. STRONG'S SONS
UGS, FURNITURE. LINOLEUM, DINNER WARE,
Corner Second and Copper Ave.
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Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday,
with local thunder showers. Warmer.
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS.
No. 1, from the east, 7:30 p. m.
No. 7, Torn the east, 10:30 p. m.
No. 8, from the west, 7:15 p. m.
No. 2, from the west, 7:65 a. m.
Dr. Otto Urbber, the optician, Is re
ported quite 111. He Is threatened
Tlth an attack of typhoid fever.
Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Hrlggs and fam
ily have returned to the city after a
ten days' outing at Camp Blrnle In the
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sackett, of 424
Ho ma avenue, are enjoying a visit
from Mrs. Sackett's sister, Mrs. J. J.
Howell, of Ipava, 111.
Dr. J. E. Williams, a prominent phy
sician of Morton Gap, Ky., is spend
ing a few days In the city on a pleas
John Greenwald, the well known
flour miller of Socorro, Is In the city
today on business. He will return
L. A. Rousseau, of this city, has
arrived in Estancla, where he has ac
cepted the position of book-keeper for
the Dunlavy Mercantile company.
Mrs. I. Bambini, accompanied by
her uncle,, will leave tomorrow morn
ing for the Jemez hot springs. They
will be absent from the city for two
Rev. A. M. Mandalarl, priest in
charge of tue Church of Immaculate
Conception, will spend a few weeks at
the Jemez hot springs. He leaves for
the resort tomorrow morning.
J. B. Manby, an extensive sheep
raiser of Colorado, arrived In the city
last night and will spend a week or
ten days in Albuquerque and vicinity,
O. A. Matson will leave tomorrow
morning for the Valley ranch on the
upper Rio Pecos, where he will visit
Mrs. Matson. He will be absent un
til next Monday night.
Louis Trauer, the sheep buyer, has
returned from a trip to Santa Fe,
where he went to close the sale of
1,000 head of sheep, which he pur
chased for a Fort Morgan, Colo., firm.
Mrs. M. Greenwauld, of Tucson,
Ariz., arrived In the city this morning
and will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Yanow for a month. Mrs. Green
wauld Is a sister of Mrs. Yanow.
Henry Westerfeld, the cigar man
ufacturer, returned last njght from
the Pecos, where he has been for sev
eral weeks with hiB family, enjoying
an outing. ,
Simon Stern, the Railroad avenue
clothier, will leave tonight for Chi
cago where he will purchase the fall
and winter goods for his store. He
will be absent several weeks.
Mrs. Johepn Shaffer, accompanied
by her daughter, Miss Barbara, left
last night for Long Beach, Cal., where
she will spend the remainder of the
Mrs. Anna L'. Gray, of North Fourth
street, returned last night from a
month's outing at the various Callfor
George M. Greer, a brother of W. H.
Greer, has arrived here from Los An
geles, and will probably remain here
In the future. Mr. Greer Is not new
to this territory, for with his mother
and brother he resided In Santa Fe
years ago. His undo Is Hugh Mur
ray, the ranchman and brick mason of
the Jemei hot springs.
Dr. Roy Wolff, of Kansas City, Mo,
Is expected here Monday, and will as
sociate himself with Dr. Copp, the den
tist. Dr. Wolfe I" an expert crown,
bridge and plate worker, and he will
also assist Dr. Copp at the chair, as
there will le two chairs In the office
after thp first of the month. The new
dentist is a graduate of the Kansas
City Dent.il college.
Attorney F.lfoRO Baca and family,
of Socono, who have been here the
past couple of days, will leave to
night or Is Angles. After a stay
of a week there they will go to San
Francisco ami thence by ocean to
Portland, where tbey will take In the
exposition for a week or ten days.
The S)iini,rer Stockman says:
Harry I Owen, of Albuquerque,
brother of Mrs. O. D. Parrlsh, of this
city, stopped over "here Wednesday
night until the following day while on
his way to Montreal, Canada, where
his family are visiting They all ex
pect to return to Albuquerque about
the middle of next month.
The Morning Journal which was so
quick to suggest a way In which to
use the water on the street in front of
The Citizen office caused by a break
In the water main yesterday is evi
dently acting on its own suggestion
In establishing a mlnature lake In the
vacant lots opposite Its office In or
der that the employes of that office
may avail themselves of the privilege
suggested in the morning paper, that
of taking a free bath.
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Mcintosh buys new
suits for ball boys
William Mcintosh, the big
f sheeD man of the Chilill coun-
try, whoso generosity Is well
known, has made the Albuquer-
f que f Browns happy. Today he
made arrangements with Mana-
ger F. J. Houston, of the Browns,
for ttie purchase of new uniforms
if for the boys, at once. They will
be of the best material obtaina- IT
'ble, costing in the neighborhood
if The suits will be brown in color
iff with caps and stockings to match.
Across the front of the shirt
will be the name Mcintosh. In
the future the team will be
known as the Albuquerque Mcln-
tosh baseball club. V
This donation on the part of
if Mr. Mcintosh Is very commonda-
ble, and all that he asks Is that
the boys play fast ball and win
the first prize at the territorial
fair this fall.
when the stomach is "out of
order." A 50 years record of
cures is hack of every bottle.
Misses McCormlck and Plummer,
nurses at the government sanitarium
at Foit Bayard, arrived in the city
from the south this morning and
spent the day here. They will leave
this evening for California for a
JJ Broilers, Spring Lamb, Kan
m las City Cuts, Sweetbreads and
2 Brains. All of our beef Is
J choice, selected stock. Satis
m faction guaranteed In every
2 Efl RY our Home Made Veal
2 U Loaf.
S 8INGER Sausages, a fresh
t shipment Just received. Frank-
Sfurters, BraunschWeiger Leber
wurst, Cervelat, Salami, Etc.
J We are the sole agents for this
JJ brand of sausage, which rivals
aj the Imported.
Tm ATER Witch Cod Fish, 2
2 IjJ lb box for 35c
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FEE'S SUMMER TAFFY AT WAL
TON'S DRUG STORE ONLY. '
Monday, July 24th j
Ends the Greatest Value-Giving 8at Ever Conducted In ths Two
..OUR GREEN TAG SALE..
Has been a wonderful success; more people have taken advantage
of the .remarkable bargains offered than ever before, and each
and every one of them have expressed themselves as more than
satisfied with their purchases.
To end this week up with a cracker-Jack business:
SPECIAL 25c for any pair of Suspenders in the store, worth up
SPECIAL 50c for any Mother's Friend Waist in the store, worth
up to 90c.
SPECIAI 30c for any Four-in-Hand Tie In the store, worth up
SPECIAI 35c for any Fancy Belt In the store, worth up to 75c.
SPECIAL 15c for any Bow Tie In the store, worth up to ?5c
SPECIAL 25c for any Boy's Straw Hat In the store, worth 60c.
SPECIAL Four for 25c, for HoBlery, worth 2 pairs for 25c.
SPECIAL 15o for Fancy Hosiery, worth 25c pair.
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER
You may not need a pair of rubber
shoes today, but we want you to re
member when you need them that we
have a -full assortment for men,
women and children. C. May's shoe
store, 314 Railroad avenue.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
FRESH SHIPMENT OF THE FA
MOUS FERNDELL COFFEE IN
THREE GRADES, 25c, 35c, AND 45
CENTS PER POUND. THESE ARE
THE VERY CHOICEST BLENDS OF
COFFEE AND WE RECOMMEND
THE SAME TO ANY LOVER OF
GOOD COFFEE. WE REFUND THE
ENTIRE PURCHAS PRICE IF
THESE GOODS ARE NOT ABSO
LUTELY AS REPRESENTED.
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
"Good Things to Eat."
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Fresh dut Flowers.
STEAM CLEANING A DYE WORKS.
The Albuquerque Steam Dye Works,
Just started at No. 206 West Silver
avenue, across from the postofflce, is
now ready for business. Dyeing of all
kinds of gentlemen and ladles' apparel
and work euaranteed to be flret class.
Also hats cleaned and blocked. Send
postal card and calls will be made for
M ILROY & DELEON,
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Call and Examine the DEATIFUL 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,
....WRITE FOR PRICES.... II
...Largest Stock in the Southwest...
Diamonds arc 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
telling them. We have some exquisite Diamond BroocheSjSoliUire Rings and
Studs, and we arc really selline them very, very cheap. Ta
store and price them.
fake a look in our
Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
Leading Jeweler, B
The Albuquerque Transfer Co.
handles any old thing. Call at
No. 110 West Gold avenue. Au-
f tomatlc "-phone 802. Bell 'phone
It IKK lilaV
Successors to Edwards A Fuehr,
5(17 Wed Railrnsfl Iventls.
Bit 'Phones. Oav or Night
13-118-117 South rirtt Street
401-403 North rirtt Street
WE WILL RECEIVE FREiH IN
LARGE NATIVE CHERRIES,
LARGE LUSCIOUS NATIVE
LARGE NATIVE APRICOTS,
LARGE COLORADO CURRANTS,
CALIFORNIA AND ME8A CANTA
LOUPE. THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
"Good Things to Eat"
Screen Doors. "
. Just received a carload of aorsend
doors, all sizes and new design.
. Call on us for Lumber, Glass, Paints,
Oils and Cement. Also for REX
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO,
Successor to John A. Lee.
First and Marquette.
IS O O
CHAS. F. MYERS-
Automatlo 'Pbone 183.
Colorado Pbono 197
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
WHOLESALE ...HARDWARE... RETAIL.
DEERINC HARVESTING MACHINES
1 st m-m d
WIM "Come Again" Quality
"Come Again" Prices
119 WoU Cold Avo.
122 S. Seoa SI.
Store will close Satur
days at 12 o'clock AT.,
and reopen 6 p. m.
during July and August
Mower3 and Repairs
Reapers, Hay Rakes
and Automatic Pistols
Shotgu n s, Ammunition
Eclipse Wind Mills
WRITE FOR PRICES.
Mail Crders Solicited and Promptu FiUed . . . AlDUprqUe, New MexiCO.