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Albuquerque's Biggest, Brightest and Busiest Store
Hats-Remnants Lots JSHS,
Millinery again reduced for tj f".Yl
final clearance. The remainder of YnSJLmL't
our stock at prices way below The VSS -4Sr
original cost jwJ.TjtJJO
Table Linen Whits, Half
Bleached and Turkey Red at
price surprisingly low. Also odd
lota of Towels and Napkins.
Week of Iem in) wits sumdl. Imimsiimit Lotf
Snappy Bay gams
' Remnants of
Remnants of Silks.
Remnants of Velvets.
Remnants of Dress Goods.
Remnants of Linings.
Remnants of Table Linens.
Remnants of Towlings.'
Remnants of White Goods.
Remnants of Wash Goods.
Remnants of Ginghams.
Remnants of Madrasses.
Remnants of Flannelettes.
Remnants of Calicoes.
Remnants of Coverts.
Remnants of Denims,
Remnants of Silollnes.
Remnants of Laces.
Remnants of Embroideries
Remnants of Allovers.
Remnants of Veilings.
Remnants of Muslins.
Remnants of Sheetings.
Remnants of Outing Flannels,
Remnants of Ribbons.
HIS week is given over to REMNANTS and ODDS and ENDS of all
descriptions. Tis that important event which always follows our
clearance sales, and the announcement of which is of great interest to the
women of Albuquerque. During our big clearance sale great quantities of
odds and endsj small lots, odd pieces and remnants were overlooked. These
have all been collected together and prices placed upon them that will sell
every article at sight. It was a most phenomenal clearance sale, and we
intend that this final clearance shall be even more sensational from a bargain
standpoint. We want to make every day of this week a busy one. Every
counter in this store will be a bargain counter. You are the loeer if you do
not avail yourself of the opportunities we offer duripg REMNANT WEEK.
Odds and Ends of
Wonderful Bargains in the Ready-to-Wear Dep't
Hundreds of odd pieces In Women's Wearing Apparel, that must be
gotten out of the way before fall goods make their appearance.
You'll be delighted with the prices, for the goods are certalniy far be
low what they were Intended to sell for. Vigorous price cutting must ac
complish a thorough clean-up. Thus you will buy this week:
$1.00 Lawn Wrappers, for 49
$1.25 Lawn Wrappers, for 69J
$1.00 Wash Petticoats, for 49
$1.00 Children' Dresses, for . . .49
$5.00 Wash Suits, for $2-48
$10.00 Mohair Suits, for $4-48
$3.50 White Linen Skirts, for $2-48
$5.50 White Linen Swlrts, for $3-48
$6.50 White Linen Skirts, for $3.Q8
$5.50 White Linen Skirts, for $3.48
$8.50 White Linene Suits, for $5-95
$15.00 Silk Shirtwaist Suits.. $9-95
Numerous odd pieces in women's and misses' garments at unusually
low prices. Come, take advantage of these rare offerings.
Odds and Ends In Hosiery.
Odds and Ends In Gloves.
Odds and Ends in Belts.
Odds and Ends In Corsets,
Odds and Ends In Corset Waists.
Odds and Ends In Parasols.
Odds and Ends in Umbrellas.
Odds and Ends In Neckwear.
Odds and Ends In Muslin Wear.
Odds and Ends in Knit Underwear.
Odds and Ends In Shirt Waists.
Odds and Ends In Linen Suits.
Odds and Ends In Silk Suits.
Odds and Ends In Silk Petticoats.
Odds and Ends in Wrappers.
Odds and Ends In Kimonos.
Odds and Ends In Walking Skirts
Odds and Ends In Lace Curtains.
Odds and Ends In Portieres.
Odds and Ends In Comforters.
Odds and Ends In Blankets.
Odds and Ends In Table Covers.
Odds and Ends In Couch Covers.
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NOTARIES PUBLIC CLASSIFICA
TION OF COUNTIES NEW COM
The purposes for which this company
was formed are to erect a gas plant;
to manufacture, prepare, buy, sell,
deal in, handle and ship gas, coal,
coke, tar and the by-products thereof;
to do a general merchandise business;
to do a general real estate business;
and In general to do any and all
things usually done by a corporation
of this nature. The capital stock Is
$75,000, divided into 750 shares at $100
each. The term of existence is 49
years,' and the principal place of busi
ness is Raton, with Thomas B. Hart
named as agent. The number of di
rectors shall be three, and those who
will manage the business of the com
pany for the first three months are
One Dollar Saved Represents Ten
The averaee man does "not save to ex
ceed ten per cent of his earnings. He
must spend nine dollars in living- ex
penses for every dollar saved. This be
ins the case, he cannot be too careful
about unnecessary expenses. Very often
a few cents properly invested, ime nuy
1ns; seeds for his garden, will save sev
eral dollars outlay later on. It Is the
same in buvlns Chamberlain's Chollc,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
costs but a few cents, and a bottle of It
In the house often saves a doctor's bill
of several dollars. For sale by all dealers.
SANTA FE MACHNISTS
HEAR WILD RUMORS.
The machinists who are working in
the Santa Fe shops at Topeka have
an Idea that they will either be taken
away from Topeka or discharged al
together some time before August 15.
The men are all strike breakers, who
took the places of the striking ma
chinists over a year ago. One man,
who was more talkative than the
rest, stated in a crowd that the strnte
breakers understood that their serv
Ices would not be needed after An
New Mexico Towns
The following notaries public have
been appointed by Governor Otero
"W. R. Lyon, Albuquerque, Bernalillo
county; Simon Neustadt, Los Lunas,
Valencia county; Eugene McElroy,
Las Vegas, San Miguel county; N. A.
Field, Burley, Socorro county.
Under the provlslions of Chapter 60,
session laws of 1906, Traveling Audi
tor Charles V. Salford has classified
and certified to the proper officials,
the counties of the territory as fol
lows: Class A Bernalillo, Chaves,
Colfax and San Miguel counties; class
B Grant county; class C Doua Ana,
Union. Eddy and Socorro counties;
class D Luna, Lincoln, Otero, Sierra,
Sana Ke and Valencia; class E Guad
alupe, McKlnley, Mora, Quay. Rio Ar
riba, Roosevelt, Sandoval, San Juan,
Taos and Torrance.
Articles of Incorporation.
The following articles of incorpora
"WHERE HEALTH AND PLEAS
URE WAIT," No. 2 of the New York
Central's "Four-Track Series," is one
of the most beautiful books of Its
kind ever printed. It will give you
an idea of a lot of charming places
easily reached. For a copy, send a
two-cent stamp to George H. Daniels,
General Passenger Agent, Grand Cen
tral station, New York.
From the New Mexican.
Mrs. O. C. Watson, who has been
seriously ill at her home, 204 Chapelle
street, is slowly improving.
Otto Franz, after several days of en
joyment in the capital, has returned
to his home in Lamar, Colo. Mrs.
Franz and children have remained as
guests at the Palace.
The ruins or the old warehouse on
the Fort Marcy addition, which was
burned Sunday night, should be torn
down and removed. The half charred
walls are unsightly.
Frank P. Sturges, A. J. Fischer, John
Dendhal, Frank Andrews, Thomas
Conroy and Clay Patterson will con
stitute a party of fishermen who will
leave on Thursday, August 3, for the
Rio Pueblo In southern Taos county
The party will be gone two weeks.
Surveyor General M. O. Llewellyn,
who returned from a visit to Las
Cruces, says that the past week has
been, one continual downpour of rain
in that section. The roads have be
come very muddy and farmers are
afraid there will be too much water.
R. M. Stephens returned to the city
Friday from the vicinity ef the Cash
Entry mining claims in Santa Fe
county, where he has been working
with a surveying par'.y. He carries
with him a badly disfigured face, the
result of a fall down the Bide of a
steep hill. While setting stakes he
was suddenly overcome by an attack
Found a Curs for Dyspepsia.
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered Quit
a number of years from dywpepwa and
Sreat pains In th stomach, was advtM
y her druggist to take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Bb did se
and says, "I find that they ha j done
me a great deal of good. I have ever
had any suffering since I bona mains
them." It troubled with OapeMOa at
Indigestion why not take these Tablets,
get well and stay well I For sale by Ul
THE PHELPS DODGE PEOPLE
BUILD NEW OVENS.
A Trinidad dispatch Bays: As the
result of a vIbR from an agent of
the Phelps-Dodge syndicate, which op-
) erates in New Mexico, it develops
that the company, whish does bus!
ness under the name of the Dodge
Fuel company, proposes to put Daw
son, N. M., on a level with the other
great mlniug camps of the southwest
The agent was here to secure men
to help build 750 new coke ovens, now
under way theie. There are already
125 In operation, and the addition of
Fsom the Chieftain.
Miss Lena Griffin has been the
guest of Miss May Babcock in Kelly,
Mrs. P. H. Kamm left for Monte
Rosa, Colo., where she will remain
Mrs. M. G. Armljo. and son Frank,
of Albuquerque, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Abeytla of this city,
Clyde Stauder left for Chama to
visit his mother, whom he bad not
seen for five years before, in their
P. N. Yunker has opened a saloon on
the first corner west of the Winsor
hotel site. The burning of the hotel
kept Mr. Yunker out of business
scarcely twenty-four hours.
E. A. Clemens stopped in Socorro
a short time on his way from Mag
dalena to San Marcial. It is report
ed that Mr. Clemens has sold his
stock of "horses and will now Invest
Mrs. W. I. Liles returned to her
home in this city Saturday from Min
eral Wells, Texas where she had
been for some time with her husband
for his health. Mr. Liles Is still in
Mineral Wells and his health is so
much improved that he is able to
walk about a good deal.
Messrs. Eetevan Baca, Leandro
Baca, Abran Abeyta and E. S. Staple
ton have bought G. Biravaschi's bar
fixtures and furniture in the Antonio
Abeyta block on the east side of the
plaza, and will open a saloon, a shoit
order restaurant and a rooming house
there on the first of August. The
purchasers went up to Albuquerque
Thursday to lay In a stock of goods,
and to make some other business ar
rangements connected with the pur
chase. It is understood that the price
paid was $1,300.
A Full Set of Teeth
for 22-Karat Gold Crown
and Upward for Fillings
AUTO 'PHONE 451
Bffo R F0 Copp
All Work Absolutely Guaranteed
Dr. Wolfe, of Kansas City, will be
in assistance. An additional chair
will be added to the office.
ROOM 12 N. T. ARMIJO BUILDINO
tion have been n.ea in wb umw ui the new oneg lg aue to the aeclBlon of
W. Raynolds. secretary of the terrl- ,he conlpany to produce its own coke
tory: I for its great smelters at Morenel and
Home Improvement Company, ine iini,.!.. Ari, it in mpan a hpw
incorporators are William D. Murray, increase in the output from the mine.
John L. Burnsiile and Harrlette C. There are four openings at Dawson.
Burnslde, all of Silver City. The pur-1 employing 5u0 men, but they have
poses for which this corporation was not heen developed up to their fullest
formed are to buy, sell, bold, convey, capacity,
mortgage and deal generally in real i ,
property; to erect, buy, sell, and deal "THE ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS
In buildings; to buy, sell, operate and AND IIOW HO REACH THEM," No.
maintain office buildings and hotels; , 2o of the New York Central's "Four
to buy, sell, and deal generally in ' Track Series," has a large map of the
building materials; to buy, sell, own Adirondack Mountains and adjacent
and deal in ail kinds of chattels and territory, with a complete list of the
personal property; to.borrow and lend ( hotels, camps, lakes, rivers, etc This
money. The capital stock is $25,000, s jU8t the folder you want if you are
divided into 250 shares at $100 each, contemplating a trip to the mountains.
The term of existence is fifty years, yor a C4)py genj a two cent stamp to
and the principal place of business is George H. Daniels, General Passenger
Silver City, with John L. Burnslde Agent, Grand Central Station, New
named as resident agent. The number York.
of directors shall be three, and those j o
who will manage the business of the A pleasant surprise party may be
. ... ., .,,, riven to your stomach and liver by
company for the first three months taklllg a medlclue which will relieve
are the incorporators. their pain and discomfort, vis: Dr.
Raton Gas Company. The lncorpc- Kins New Life Pill. They are a most
. ... ., ;,, T. i wonderful remedy, affording sure relief
rators are Thomas B. Han, John Mor- d cur. for niian.. fiin.M ud
row and Jeremiah Leahy, all of Raton, constipation. Ko at all drugg-Una,
From the Optic.
The San Miguel National bank has
instituted suit against Palemon Orltz,
Pedro A. Pacheco and Luciano Ara
gon, of Mora county, on a promissory
note for $050, secured by a chattel
mortgage on forty-eight head of cattle.
E. O. Rurch, the mail carrier, who
has been on an outing trip to
Beulah vicinity, has returned to the
city, accompanied by his wife and sis
ter, Miss Alice Hope, of Jefferson
City. Mo. Mr. Burch claims the dis
tinction of having killed a bob-cat, as
well as of having caught the biggest
string of fish yet recorded In nrint.
though he Is reticent about the actual
number landed by himself and party.
I.ouia Metsker, government live
stock Inspector, Is here from Albu
querque on business with the cattle
sanitary office. The gentleman says
that fat cattle, fat sheep and fat
horses are to be seen on every range
In New Mexico and that general stock
conditions were never better. The
efforts, to stamp out all manner of In
fection have been quite successful,
and New Mexico stock, as a rule, are
healthy as well as fat.
j teiegram irom unler jiiHtlce Mills
to his wife, brosgst t?o Information
that their son Wilson, who was
wounded In the shoulder while at tar
get practice recently, had developed
a rase of pleurisy. The Judge was on
his way home and was recalled to
Maine by a dispatch. Mrs. Mills was
advised to be ready to leave for
Maine on short notice, If it should be
thought the boy was in any danger.
All the people of I.as Vegas hope that
reassuring news will be received.
From the Republican.
Attorney Horton Moore and family
have returned from El Paso. Mr.
Moore is greatly improved in health.
Mrs. K. I Powell expects to leave
In a few days upon a trip to the sea
shore in California, where she will
visit her sister.
G. W. Beard, having sold his in
terest in the Rid Gr'ande Republican,
expects to leave In a few days for his
Nebraska home. A. J. Papen has
been employed as manager of the
Reymond, the oldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Frenger, has recently
developed tuberculosis, and he and
his mother have left for California,
where they will spend some time in
the interior of the state. The doc
tor expresses the hope that the
change, may result in a complete res
toration to health.
Mrs. K. L. Powell, stenographer at
the lirown Realty company, has re
turned from a very pleasant visit to
ft lends in Deming.
The Dona Ana county fair should
not be forgotten, as it will be a great
benetlt to the Mesilla valley. Its or
ganization should be commenced ' at
Hon. E. E. Day, who is having his
eyes treated at the Providence hos
pital, El Paso, came up Wednesday
night on a visit to bis family and re
turned Thursday morning. Mr. Day's
eyes are getting stronger, and prob
ably under the present mode of treat
ment will get well.
The farmers in the valley are again
encouraged by having a good supply
of water in their ditches to secure
their crops this season. It was feared
that the orchards, gardens, alfalfa,
and other crops would suffer for lack
of water, but the ditches running full
have removed this fear.
TWENTY FIFTH NEW MEXICO TERRITORIAL FAIR
SEPTEMBER 18, 19. 20, 21, 22, 23 ftt Jn purses and Prizes
Horse Racing, Broncho Busting, Indian Dances and Sports
WONDERFUL TROTTING OSTRICH
, .. " "llf'' " ,Tsrn','"V v -t-
Hitched to a road wagon. WxJU0 tro heats every day in 2 30 or
better paced by a horse. Grand Live Stock Show. U. S Cavalry Drills
Montezuma Ball. Fleece Exhibit. Fruit Exhibit.
BASE BALL TOURNAMENT
$1500 in Purses. Open to New Mexico, Arizona, Trinidad, Colo, and
El Paso, Texas, Teams. . -
FIRST ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
Expert riding and driving by Ladies' and Gentlemen on track in front
of Grand Stand.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
W. H. GREER, President D. K. B. SELLERS, Secretary