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ALBUOUEHOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, JUCY 81, 1903.
When you buy shoes you have a right to expect and
get what you want and what you pay for. We do th
same. When the upper, aoles or linings do not corns up
to our specification and standard we send them back. You
have the same privilege. You are In a position to demand
the best values for your money and that It what we guar
antee you In our shoes.
Men's Shoes $1.50 to $4.00
Men's Oxfords $1.50 to $3.50
Women's Shoes $1.35 to $3.50
Women's Oxfords $1.50 to $3.50
Shoes for Boys and Girls $1.00 to $2.25
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 us absolutely for furn
itisbing the best In quality, the
best In flavor and the best in nutrition.
F. F. TROTTER
iNos. 118 and 120 Bouts Second 8C
HAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The ClarkvlUe coal we sell prlncl
saJly, like the Father of His Country,
Dae a. reputation second to none, and
you know, It you've tried It, that It's
the best ever burned. Its freedom
trom Impurities, Us free-burning qual
ltles and our fairness as to weight and
delivery, entitle ns 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
" John S. Beaven
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Partly cloudy tonight snd Tuesday,
with local thunder showers; warmer
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS.
No. 1. frii the east, 9 hours late.
No. 7, from the oast, 10:30 p. ra.
No. 8, from the west, 6:45 p. tn.
No. 2, from the west, 7:55 a, m.
Attorney A. J. Mitchell, who spent
the past fpw weeks In southern Call
fornia, has returned.
Hon. V. H. Childera loft today for
Denver, where he rocs to attend to
legal buslnoss for several days.
Clifton Hill, of the general merchant
dine firm of Hill & Seis, os Isleta, was
a business visitor to the city today,
Kev. Mary J. Borden and daughter,
Mrs. T. li. Drury, have gone to call
fornia to spend a vacation several
Regular review of Alamo Hive No,
1, V. O. T. M., at Odd Fellows' hall
Tuesday afternoon, August 1, at 2:30
o clock, sharp.
Eslavlo Vigil, the county school su
perlntendent , and family have gone
to Coyof Springs where they will re
main a few days.
Thomas C. Hall, the well known pi
ano tuner, Is here, after a most suc
cessful trip In the towns along the
Santa Fe Pacific.
Dr. D. O. Norton leturned last night
from Chicago and other eastern cities,
where he went several weeks ago
on a professional trip.
Mrs. Felix Baca returned last, night
from a visit with her mother at Trin
idad. She was accompanied home
by her mother, who will visit in this
for several weeks.
Misses Etta and Flora West, of the
government Indian school, have gone
to California to spend their vacation.
They will visit the exposition at Port
land before returning.
Dr. J. E. Clark, the new superin
tendent of the Albuquerque public
Bchools, accompanied by his family,
have left Holland, Mich., for this city,
and are expected to arrive tomorrow.
Assistant United States District At
torney E. L. Medler, who has been a
law uaitner of W. B. Chllders for sev
eral years, has opened up offices on
bis own In rooms 5 and 7, in the
Hon. H. O. Bursum, superintendent
Of the territorial penitentiary, at
Santa Fe, spent yesterday in the city
on official business and left this morn
tng for his home at the capital.
Captain W. E. Dame, clerk of the
Second Judicial district, accompanied
by Mrs. Dame, left last night for Call
fornia, Mr. and Mrs. IXame will
spend several weeks at the various
coast resorts, after which they will
take a side trip to the Portland expo
A slight accident occurred at Trac
tion park yesterday at the western
end of the terminal of the electric
line. Two cars came together while
running at a slow rate of speed. The
damage was small, however, the fend
ers on the cars being torn off. No one
was .hurt. , . .i . .
Some misunderstanding seems to
have occurred In regard to the ice
cream social to be given on Friday
evening by the Highland Methodist
church. On the tickets tne name ap
peals as the Methodist church, in
stead of the Highland Methodist
You know the celebrated "Karpeu" go ods as far as you can see them. Call
and see good Leather Furniture, and p lenty of It.
SI U. erOAMAflS SOAf Q RUGS, FURNITURE,
LINOLEUM, DINNER WARE,
Corner Second and Copper Avenue.
WORKS. B. P. HALL Proo.
Iron and Bra Castings! Ore, Coil and
Lumber Cam Shaftings Pulleys, Grads
Ban, Babbit Metal) Column and Iron
Fronts for Building. J jt Jt J J J
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. j j
Foundry East Side of Railroad Track
ALBUQUERQUE. NLW MEXICO
leader In style, fit and quality-
"Black Cat" stockings for men, wom-4
and and children; 15c and 25c a pair,
at C. May's shoe store, 314 West Rail
road avenue. 1
church, as bocatii of the extra ex-
pense of printing additional matter on
the tickets, It was thought tinneccs-
ary o pui on i nt- invmv
hence its omission.
ButmrinHmli nt .lames K. Allen, of
the Indian school In this city, left last
night for tho Alcacalero Indian res
eivatlon In pout tu rn New Mexico,
whore he goes to inspect the new
building recently erected at that
point by the government. He will be
gone several days.
Mrs. Mary Phelan and Mrs. Cora
Pyfer deBiro to announce that they
have furnished one of the up to date
Hawks houses on Tijeras near Fifth
street, and are ready to- accommodate
paitles deslriiiK neat rooms, with ex
cellent table linnnl. Everything new.
Apply at room B, (.rant block.
Frank W. Kelleher, formerly chief
clerk In the Midland hotel of Kansas
City, Mo., arrived in the city today
and has taken tlio position of chief
clerk of thn Alvarado. Mr. Kelleher
is a thoroiiKh hotel man, and hia con
nection with the Alvarado will no
doubt add to the popularity of that
Mrs. T.. A. WhlUen, or this city,
who has been spending a few weeks
In Ixjs Angeles, Is now at San Diego,
where she is visiting her son, Ensign
F. S. WhlUen, of tho United States
monitor Wyoming. Ensign Whltten
has been detailed from the Wyoming
to the ill-fated gunboat, Bennington,
where he will do relief duty for
month or so.
Last Saturday at Cerrlllos, Jose L.
Lopez, formerly of Las Vegas, and
now chief deputy sheriff of Santa Fe
county, i-old at public sale about 450
pieces of iron pipe, In order t yatisfy
a judgment for $300 Tor delinquent
taxes, In favor of the county of Santa
Fe against the Cochitl Gold Mining
company. Tho sale was expected to
biing more than the amount of the
Rev. Wilson .1. .Marsh, who was pas
tor of the Congregational church In
this city for the past five years, left
this morning lor Alliance, Neb., where
he will make his future home oh a
large cattle ranch, which he owns near
there. Rev. Marsh has been one of
the best liked pastprs Albuquerque
ever had, and his departure will be
regretted by his host of friends In
E. H. Dunbar and John MolUor, in
the real estate business, have pur
chased the property of the Hub Leeds
estate, namely, the lesldence and lot
now occupied by Ben Bothe, corner, of
Fifth steet and Marquette avenue;
the residence and lot now occupied by
Rev. Thurston, corner of Roma ave
nue and Yltth street, and two vacant
lots on Marquette avenue, between
Fourth and Fifth streets. The consid
eration was private. i
C. R. Hudson, the North Second
street painter and paper hanger, has
returned to the city, after several
weeks sojourn at the famous Faywood
hot springs, In southern New Mexico.
Mr. Hudson went down to the springs
almost a physical wreck, so bad he
could not navigate without a crutch
and cane, and for a few days at the
springs he Ti&d to be carried to the
bath bouse. He returns to the city
feeling pretty well, and was noticed
today walking around without the aid
of any : artificial help. He thinks the
Faywood springs are all right.
Frank Wendell, who visited south
ern California,', and was absent from
the city for several weeks, surprised
his friends w hy returning yesterday
morning, and' he announces that the
stay In the salt atmosphere of the Pa
cific ocean put about twenty pounds
more flesh on his frame. He had a
delightful time, and being an admirer
of air ships and the ordinary balloons
took several excursions from "The
Chutes," while at Los Angeles. He in
vested In a few suburban lots at Los
Angeles, and .believes that the invest
ments will prove profitable in a short
PLENTY TO EAT
But no appetite, well describes the
condition of thousands of persons.
Their stomachs have "gone back on
them" but it only requires a fair trial
of the famous
to restore this important organ to Its
wonted vigor. Then why not start to
day? For over SO years it has been
curing Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Cos
tiveness, Billlousness, Poor Appetite,
Cramps and Diarrhoea. Try it and
B. A. Sleyster is In receipt of a let
ter froni Frank Forquaharson, for
merly of this city, then of Raton and
now of Trinidad, giving the Informa
tion that his home had been blessed
by the arrival of a bouncing baby boy.
Many friends here Join The Citizen In
James Sanchez has let the contract
for alterations and store fronts to
buildings Nos. 1,009 and 1,011, South
Second street, amounting to about
$2,000. A. V. Tegner secured the con
tract. Mrs. Thomas Hughes left this morn
ing for Santa Fe, where she will visit
her daughter, Mrs. O. C. Watson, who
has been 111, but is now reported convalescent.
"OTTAWA AND MONTREAL, VIA
THE RIUEAU LAKES AND OTTA
WA RIVER," No. 34, of the New York
Central, "Four Track Series, de
scribes the beautiful country between
Kingston and Ottawa, Ontario, along
the route of the Rldeau lakes and
river. It Is filled with beautiful il
lustrations and a fine map of this
beautiful resort section of Ontario.
For a copy, send a two-cent stamp to
George H. Daniels, General Passenger
Agent, Grand Central Station, New
York. . i
FRUIT8 AND VEGETABLE,
FRESH EVERY DAY, AT MALOY'S.
Price Reductions on all Men's and Boys'
Now in Force
Every pair of Shoes sold during this sale
absolutely guaranteed to give Satis
faction. Prices in effect until
Saturday Night Only
j All $3.50 and $4 Shoes W. L. Douglas excluded now per g
3 pair ; $2 00 5
All $2.60 and $3. Shoesnow 100 ?
m All $2 Shoes, now , , 150
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THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Call and Examine
the BEATIFUL GOODS Displayed
Our Sample Rooms
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings f
HOSE, Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps
Harness, Saddles, Leather,
....WRITE rOtt PRICES....
...Largest Stock Jin the Southwest...
113-119-117 South Fir at Street
Diamonds are always in order. We can talk Diamond to you at any
time. They are an investment, and a good investment at the prices we are
felling them. We have tome exquisite Diamond Brooches, Solitaire Rings and
Studs, and we are really selling them very, very cheap. Take a look in our
store and price them.
Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
n?fP?E3l'nr fading Jeweler,
Lam J LatinZM B B m RAILROAD AVENUE
tV The Albuquerque Transfer Co.
f bandies any old thing. Call at V
r No. 110 West Gold avenue. Au-
t tomatlc 'phone 362. Bell 'phone
155 black. V
Successors to Edwards A Fuehr,
307 West Railroad Atrem
Beth 'Phones. Day or Night
401-403 North rirtt Street
, Dealers tn
GROCERIES, FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN
AND THE BEST OF MEATS. IM
PORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Call at No. 624 West Tijeras Road.
Automatic Phone 109.
Old Telephone 276.
Ju,t rece,ved carload of scree nd
doors, all sizes and new designs.
Call on us for Lumber, Glass, Paints,
Oils and Cement Also for REX
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
Successor to John A. Le.
First snd Marquetta.
is such that the mere knowledge
of being Summery and correctly attired is sufs
ficient to keep one's temperature down a few
degrees. We've just received a mid-summer
shipment of Light-weight Suits that we are
offering from $8.00 to $15.00 per suit.
It will cost you nothing to inspect them and may save you money and
Ilmi4Q il sfQ
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CHAS. F. MYERS-
Aulomallo 'Phona IS3.
Colorado "Phona 197
Store will close Satur
days at 12 o'clock Ik.,
and reopen 6 p. m,
during July and August
Mowers and Repairs
Reapers, Hay Rakes
and Automatic Pistols
Eclipse Wind Mills
.WRITE FOR PRICKS
Mail Orders Solicited 'and Promptly Filled . .. , , ,
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
U9lWttt Cold Art.
lit S. Staana St.