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ALflUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY AUGUST 3, 1905.
EB. Linen Remnants
; p Table Linen White, Half
Bleached and Turkey Red at
4vSr prices aurprlalngty low. Alto odd
jyjy lots of Towel and Napkin.
Hats-Remnants Lots $35fev
Millinery again reduced for fVSjf
final clearance. The remainder of yf,V.a tm' , Jf
our tock at price way below the VSr- fter
original cot. CjwV .7 tf&Jr
Albuquerque's Biggest, Brightest and Busiest Store
Weofc f MeminisiffatB dirndl tMeminiainilt Lsfe
Remnant of Silk.
Remnant of Velvet.
Remnants of Dret Good.
Remnants of Linings.
Remnants of Table Linens.
Remnants of Towllngs.
Remnants of White Goods.
Remnants of Wash Goods.
Remnants of Ginghams.
' Remnan a of Madrasses.
HIS week is given over to REMNANTS and ODDS and ENDS of all
descriptions. Tia that important event which always follows our
clearance sales, and the announcement of which is of great interest to the
womep of Albuquerque. During our big clearance sale great quantities of
odds and ends, 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 loser if you do
not avail yourself of the opportunities we offer during REMNANT WEEK.
Odds and Ends of
Wonderful Bargains in the Ready-to-Wear Dep't
Remnants of Flannelettes.
Remnants of Calicoes.
Remnants of Coverts.
Remnants of Denim.
Remnant of Sllolines.
Remnants of Laces.
Remnants of Embroideries.
Remnants of Allovers.
Remnants of Veilings.
Remnant of Muslins.
Remnants of Sheetings.
Remnants of Outing Flannel.
Remnants of Ribbons.
Hundreds of odd pieces In Women's Wearing Apparel, that must be
gotten out cf the way before fall goods make their appearance.
You'll be delighted with the pr.ces, for the goods are certainly far be
I what they were Intended to sell for. Vigorous price cutting must ac
complish a thorough clean-up. Thua you will buy this week:
1.00 Lawn Wrappers, for 49
1.25 Lawn Wrappers, for 69
$1.00 Wash Petticoats, for 49
$1.00 Childrens' Dresses, for ...4J)
$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 83-48
$6.50 White Linen Skirts, for $3-98
$5.50 White Linen Skirts, for $3-48
$8.50 White Llnene Suits, for 85-95
$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 Enas 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 Enda In Parasols.
Odds and Ends In Umbrellas.
Odds and Ends In Neckwear.
Odds and Ends In Muslin Wear.
Odds and Ends In Knit Underwear.
Odda 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.
Odd 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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FOR GRAND JUNCTION
LOCAL MEN GO TO COLORADO TO
REGISTER FOR CLAIMS IN THE
GREAT UINTAH RESERVATION.
Today, M. DeLeon and Robert Mc
Elroy, proprietors of the Albuquerque
Steam Dye works, left for Grand Junc
tion, Colo., where they go to register
for claims in the great Uintah reser
vation. DeLeon was delegated with
power of attorney to register for W.
W. McDonald, a civil war veteran, re
siding in this city, while McElroy,
acting with power of attorney for
bis father, Canada McElroy, also an
old aoldler, will register for him.
The boys have closed up their dye
works temporarily, but If they lose out
in the drawing, they will return to Al
buquerque and look alter their busi
ness. On the other hand, if either of
them should be the lufky drawer of
the first claim, which will be worth
$00,000, It would perhaps cause them
to change their plans.
Reports from Grand Junction, where
the registration books were opened on
Tuesday, are to the effect that over
3,000 persons have already registerd,
ond the indications are that before the
time expires for registration, at least
25.0W1 will have registered at that
HeKistration closes Satu:day, August
12, and the drawing will commence on
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
FILED DURING MONTH OF JULY.
Fourteen companies filed articles,
of incorporation lu tbe ottlce of J. W.
Hay nolris, secretary of the territory,
during the mouth of July, with au ag
gregate capital stock of i:,tlu,ouu, and
fees to the amount of $515.
The names of the companies, their
capital stock and the lee paid by
each, U as follows:
Albuquerque Carriage company,
capital stock, f 50,000 : fee, $25.
Mount Olive Baptist Church, of Al
buquerque, fee, $5.
$ealerg & Crampton company, cap-
$5,000; fee. $25.
Chemical Boiler Cleaning
capital stock, $150,000;
Sellers Printing company, capital
stock, $20,000; fee, $25.
Wicks Gulch Mining company, cap
ital stock, $1,500,000; fee, $150.
Roswell Creamery company, cap
ital stock, $10,000; fee, $25.
Union Cas and Traction company,
capital stock, $500,000; tee, $50.
Ellet-Kendall Shoe company, cap
ital stock, $20,000; fee, $25.
Wlllard Town and Improvement
company, capital stock, $10,000; fee,
Katon Gas company, capital stock,
$75,000; fee, $25.
Home Improvement company, cap
ital stock, $25,000; fee, $25.
Rosedale Gold Mining company,
capital stock, $600,000; fee, $60.
BIG FAIR AT ALBUQUERQUE
THE FIRST ANNUAL STOCK SHOW
WILL BE HELD IN CONNECTION
"GET ONTO THE TRAIL TO AL
BUQUERQUE." The annual fair at Albuquerque
which Is always the biggest fair In
this part of the southwest, will be
held this year September 18 to 25, and
many Roswell people will be inter
ested, even should they decide not to
attend any of the fairs in the terri
tory except their own. The first an
nual stock show will be held as a
special feature in connection with the
Albuquerque fair. Five thousand dol
lars will be given away In race purses
this year. With these attractions it
looks as if the slogan "Get Onto the
Trail to Albuquerque" might prove a
popular one. Roswell Record.
The Only Way.
There Is no way to maintain the
health and strength of mind and body
, except by nourishment. There is no
I way to nourish except through the
stomach. The stomach must be kept
' healthy, pure and sweet or the
' strength will let down and disease
I will set up. No appetite, loss of
strength, nervousness, headache, con
( stipation, bad breath, sour risings,
rifting. Indigestion, dyspepsia and all
, stomach troubles that are curable are
quickly cured by the use of Kodol
i Dyepepsla Cure. Kodol digests what
you eat and strengthens the whole
I digestive apparatus.
The Best Hot Weather Medicine
ALE TEN MILLION BOXES A YEAR
ALE TtW BSIUJUH BUXEI A IMn
PREVENT ALL SUMMER ssOWEL TROUBLES
VENCEDOR AGAIN WINS
LONG CRUISING RACE
MR. AND MRS. NISBET
TO TAKE A LONG TRIP
! Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Nlsbet, of Ros
well, left for a trip to their native land
Scotland. The trip is a present to
them from a friend whom they knew
! In Colorado twenty years ago and who
has since returned to Scotland. Mr. !
and Mrs. Nlsbet expect to be gone
. about three months.
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The big single sticker, which wo
Piers, Mich. Vencedor was built in 18
trophy now known as Canadas cup, bu
defeated by the Canada, the challenge
klnac race last year.
n the race from Chicago to Macatawa
HO hs the original defender of the
t owing to mediocre handling was
yacht. She won the Chlcago-Mac-
SPECIAL AGENT CLARKSON
TAKES A VACATION
They Appeal to Our Sympathies.
The blllious and dyspeptic and constant
sufferers and appeal to our sympathies.
There I not one of them, however, who
may not be brought bark to health and
happiness by the une of Chamberlain
Blumarh and I.tver Tablets. These tab
lets Invigorate the stomach and liver and
strengthen the digestion. They also reg
ulate the bowels. For sale by all drug
Ice cream social, under the aus
pices or tne cnorai society oi tne
, Methodist church, will be given at j
the Commercial Club building. Frl
I duy, August 4, from 3 to 10 o'clock
p. in. Tbe public at large Is Invited
Take Kodol After Eating.
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack J
of Indigestion. Kodol is a thorough
dlgcstant and a guaranteed cure for
I indigestion, dyspepBla, gas on the
stomach, weak Iieart, sour risings, bad
I breath and all stomach troubles. Sold
by ail druggists.
Grosvenor. CInrkson, special agent
of the government, who has been at
Roswell winking up the cases of al
leged land frauds, loft Sunday morn
ing for Washington aud New York, to
spend a two weeks' vacation that has
been granted him. lie will endeavor
to have the time extended to three
weeks, and will spend a week on the
Atlantic coast at one of the watering
ALBUQUERQUE AT SILVER CITV
N. V. Alger, of Albuquerque, la In
the city Introducing the new Smith
brothers typewriting machine.
Mrs. John M. Wiley and son Robert,
left last evening for Ixing IJeach, Cal.,
where they will spend the next month
by the sad sea waves. Mr. Wiley came
down from Albuquerque and accom
panied bis family on their trip as far
I V E8, THE FLORIST.
Frssh Cut Flowers.
A. n. Smith, the vice president of
the First National bank, of Las Vegas,
has tendered his resignation to take
effect September 1. Mr. Smith has
U'eii connected with the Institution
since 1SS-. Courteous to the public,
painstaking and zealous in the dis
charge of every duty, he has been an
Important influence In the develop
ninit of the financial affairs of that
city. The gentleman does not say
what line of activity he expects to
pursue, but l.as Vegans will be pleas
ed to learu that he Is not contemplat
ing removal from that city.
J. D. Kunyan. of Ilutlcrvllle, Ohio, laid
the peculiar disappearance of his pain
ful symptoms of IndlKestlon and billions,
ness. to r. King's New Life Pills. He
says: 'They are a perfect remedy for
dizziness, sour stomach, headache, con
stipation, etc". Uuaranteed; at all drug
gists. 1'rlce, 25c.
Eczema, scald head, hives, Itchiness
of the skin of any sort, Instantly re
lieved, permanently cured. Doan s
Ointment. At any drug store.
A Full Set of Teeth
for 22-Karat Gold Crown
and Upward for Fillings
AUTO 'PHONE 451 1
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. r. ARM1JO BUILDINO
TWENTY FIFTH NEW MEXICO TERRITORIAL FAIR
September is, to. 20, 2i, 22, 23 $7,500 In Purses and Prizes
HorselRacing, Broncho Busting, Indian Dances and Sports
WONDERFUL TROTTING OSTRICH
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Hitch edj to a road wagon. Will go two 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