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ALBUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1905.
We want to close out every pair of cummer shoes during the next
ten days, In order to open the fall season with a perfectly new stock.
There are still weeks and weeks of hot weather ahead of us, and
It will pay you to Invest in a pair of light, cool shoes, especially at
the price we are offering them.
Men's Canvas Shoes. $1.85, reduced to $1.40
Men's Satin Calf, $1.75. reduced to $1.35
Men's Colt Skin Shoes, $2.50, reduced to $2.00
Men's Box Calf Shoes, $3.00, reduced to $2.50
Men's Oxfords, $2.50, reduced to $1.85
Men's Oxfords. $3.25, reduced to $2.65
Women's Oxfords, $1.85, reduced to $1.45
Women's Oxfords, $2.50, reduced to $1.95
Women's Oxfords, $3.00, reduced to $2.40
Women's Shoes, $2.50, reduced to $2.00
Women's Shoes, $2.75, reduced, to $2.25
HA8 A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkvllle coal we sell princi
pally, like the Father ot His Country,
na 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
(ties 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
ling. John S. Beaven
You know the celebrated "Karpeu" go ods as far as you can see them. Call
and see good Leather Furniture, and plenty of It.
O. W. STRONG'S SONS RUGS- furniture,
LINOLEUM, DINNER WARE,
Corner Second and Copper Avenue.
WORKS. R.P. HALL Proo.
They cost no more than other makes, and
you know they are superior. Quality coup
led with moderate prices w ill win. Suits
$8, $10 and $18. Agents for Walkover Shoes, $3.50
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 la at all questionable In
quality can And a place In our store.
Patron favoring us with their orders
can depend on us absolutely for furn
Inshlng the best In quality, the
best in flavor and the best In nutri
tion. F. F. TROTTER
No 118 nd 121 Routs Second St.
Iron and Bras Castings; Ore, Coal and
Lumber Cart; Shaftings; Pulleys, Grade
Van, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron
Fronts for Buildings. J J jt J Jt
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY.
Foundry East Side ol Railroad Track
ALBUQUERQUE, NiW MEXICO
out to buy anything in
clothing try The Stein
Bloch smart clothes.
Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday,
with local thundershowers Saturday,
and north portion tonight.
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS.
No. 1, from the east, 7:30 p. m.
No. 7, from the east, 10:30 p. m.
No. 8, from the west, 6:45 p. m.
No. 2, rrorn the west, 7:55 a. m.
Hon Shoup returned last night from
a month's visit with relatives atQuin
Miss Nellie Kennedy, accompanied
by her brother, J. J. Kennedy, left last
night for Los Angeles, for a few weeks
Mrs. A. U. Gonzales arrived from El
Paso this morning and will be the
guest of Mrs. S. M. Oonzales until af
ter the territorial fair.
Ooorpe Peterson, employed by the
Albtiqticrque Traction company as a
mntorman. is convalescing from a se
vere attack of typhoid fever.
Archie Dixon, a motorman in the
employ of the Albuquerque Traction
company, has taken a lny off and gone
to Colorado for a short vacation.
Mrs. II. P. Painter, of Dig Springs,
Texas, accompanied by her son and
daughter, arrived in the city this
morning on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
F. It. Hrown, of west Coal avenue.
Among the marriage licenses issued
by the probate clerk of Grant county
this week, appears the following: W.
9. Phelps, Wood county, Oklahoma, to
Alice Hynds, Albuquerque, N. M.
Capt. A. W. Kimball, of the quarter
master's department United States
army, who recently returned from Ma
nila, P. I., after a three years' service
In the Islands, left last night for a
two weeks' business trip to Chicago.
Mrs. W. D. Radcllff. of Belen. nassed
through the city this morning en route
to Wlllard, on the Santa Fe Central,
where she will Join Dr. Radcllff, who
Is company physician for l!!; Ldairy
Sharp construction company.
Miss Fleming, of Parker & Fleming,
the fashionable milliners of south Sec
ond street, has gone to Chicago to
study the latest styles in fall millinery
now being brought out In the up to
date emporiums of Chicago.
Henry Yanow, the pawnbroker, will
not move from bis present place of
business to the building formerly oc
cupied by the Harper ohib rooms, but
will establish another business house.
Mr. Yanow experts to have the new
branch opened by September 1.
Mrs. J. Porter Jones, wife of the
salesman for the Albuquerque, Gas &
Electric Light company, has returned
from an extended visit to her old home
in St. Ixiuis. Mrs. Jones was accom
panied to Albuquerque by her mother,
who will visit here for several weeks.
One of the puns at the Casino last
night, which made a great hit, was
this: Mr. Interlocutor Do you know,
Mr. Bones there is a street in London
so long that it takes one four years
to pass through. Mr. Hones That's
nothing; we have streets In Albuquer
que that the board of health have
never been though.
Turkish Nongate is fine after a
dish of ice cream eaten at Mrs. Ful
lerton's confectionery store and Ice
Huy a new pair of light shoes or
oxfords, instead of trying to get
through the balance of the summer
with your old ones.' We are closing
out our summer shoes, and the pi ices
we quote are but trivial, compared
with the satisfaction and comfort they
will give you. C. May's shoe store,
311 West Railroad avenue.
Diamonds 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
selling them. We have some 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
Ltm tT Lma aU f aj
n SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING S
J S. S. PEARLST1NE
H 212l2 South Second street. m
Auto Phone, 328.
Successors to Edwards & Fuehr,
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Both 'Phones. Day or Night
SHEtP SANITARY BOARD
POSTPONED ITS MEETING
ABSENCE OF SEVERAL MEMBERS
The meeting of t ho sheep sanitary
board, which was railed by Secretary
Harry F. Lee, to be held In this city
today, was postponed, owing to the ab
sence of Pii'sili'tit Solomon Luna and
other memb- rs.
Mr. Luna will arrive on the delayed
train from the west tonight and will
be present at the meeting of the board
The memlrs that ore already here
are Harry Kelly, of Las Vegas, and
Charles Scbluter, of Clayton, Union
SANTA FE TRAINS ARE
AGAIN ON TIME
Trains Ns. 2 ami 8 of yesterday,
and train No. 2 of this morning, with
train No. 8 of this evening, will ar
rive between the hours of 8:20 and
8: GO tonish'.
The wasbo it west of Needles, Cal.,
has been repaired and trains are ex
pected to be running on schedule by
No. 4 of flight, is reported on time,
Trains Nob. 1 and 7, from the east, are
also reporte'l on time.
Attention, Red Men.
All Red Men are requested to meet
at the Red ileus' hall at 1:45 p. m
Saturday to attend the funeral of
Aaron Florv. By sachem,
FOR FINE FLAVORED FRUIT,
ASK FOR W. JENKS' GREEN LA
BEL ESMERALDA HIGH CLASS
FRUIT, AND SEE THAT YOU GET
Class No. four of the Presbyterian
Sabbath school will give an ice cream
social Thursday evening, Aug. 17, at
the home of Mrs. W. G. Hope, 815
West Copper avenue. Come and en
Joy nice music and a social evening.
Eagles Start on Flight.
Butte, Mont., Aug. 11. The local
delegates to the national convention
of Eagles, to lie held at Denver next
wtek, started out here today in a spe
cial train, which will pick up the dele
gates from Salt Lake, on its way to
the convention city. The train was
specially equipped for the occasion,
and offers every convenience of a
first-class hotel. It is expected that
the excursionists will stop at Colorado
Springs ainl Manitou until Monday
evening and then continue their trip
Convention of Fire Chiefs.
Duluth, .Minn., Aug. 11. The an
nual convention ot the International
Association of Fire Engineers opened
here this morning with a large at
tendance. The convention will 1)6 in
session for tour days, and an elagor
ate program for the entertainment of
the visiting fire chiefs has been pre
pared. This is a week of fun at the Casino.
Matinee both Saturday and Sunday
WITH EVERY $5.00 PUR-
t CHASE OF GOODS DURING
OUR SALE, WE WILL GIVE A
HANDSOME STERLING SIL-
B. ILFELD & CO. V
9 9. 9. 9. 9. 9
Go to the Casino and hear Miss
Hutcheson sing the Flower Song, and
Miss Nice, "Blue Bells."
BIBYCLES AT COST. ,
HIGH GRADE COLUMBIA AND
TRIBUNE BICYCLES AT COST,
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
.HOUSTON, 118 Gold Ave.
RAILROAD A VENUE
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toiondovboae i9? CHAS. F. MYERS - Proprietors Wm. McINTOSH Automata won, tss
WHOLESALE , .HARDWARE... RETAIL.. ...
SOME THINGS YOU WILL NEEDBUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY
The White Mountain Ice Cream Freezer "Is the Best Made." Five minutes to freeze. Ice Chests and
Refrigerators, most serviceable, durable and most economical. Water Coolers, a good cheap Cooler,
galvanized iron, handsomely Japanned, nickel plated faucet. Four grades of Garden Hose to select from,
"selling at wonderfully low prices." We have other things you will need, very best quality and all
FRESH CLEAN STOCK
EVERY ARTICLE PERFECT
If you arc troubled with
Cramps, Indigestion, Headache,
Nausea, Dyspepsia, Bloating,
Constipation or Malaria
you'll find sure relief in
Miss Lizzie Cronin left last night
for a few weeks outing at the various
Pacific coast resorts.
Take the boys and girls to the mat
inee at the Casino tomorrow, (Saturi
day) afternoon and lot them laugh.
The Wade Musical Stock company, in
their big minstrel show; admission,
At the request of hundreds of
ladles and children, the Wade Mu
sical Stock company will give a
matinee at the Casino tomorrow,
(Saturday) afternoon, at 2:30
o'clock. Minstrel and old-time
vaudeville. Admission, 15 cents.
SATURDAY'S SPECIAL SALE.
2 lbs fresh Ginger Snaps 15c
2 10-cent pkgs Celluloid Starch... 15c
2 lbs Newton Creamery Butter, .. .45c
19 lbs choice Potatoes 25c
Corn, per can . . . 7c
California Tomatoes 9c
We handle a fine assortment of car
penters' high grade tools.
7 cans of Sardines 25c
12H-cent grade of Pork and Beans lc
Corn Beef, per can 9c
Oyster Crackers, per lb 7c
1 liottle Pickles, 1 bottle of Chow-
Chow and 1 bottle of Mustard., 25c
Vienna Sausage, per can 10c
Wm. Kieke, Proprietor.
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Call and Examine the BEATIFUL 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....
...Largest Stock in the Southwest...
I 13-1 IS-1 1T South
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.
Write or Call,
and Get Prices.
NOTWITHSTANDING that our reputation is givers
of the best values is maintained by regular offerings
more and better than others ever attempt, now and
then we give an extra twirl to the wheel of trade by offerings
of such astonishing values that competition is not attempted"
Such an offering is on for j j o
Saturday, August 12, only
Twenty-five dozen handsome Ji Jt jt j
were bought by Mr. Stern while east. They were bought
remarkably cheap less than half of manufacturer's cost.
Reason was, there are only one or two of a like pattern in
the lot. No two alike. First come, first choice. These regular
seventy-five cent beautiful neckties are placed on sale for this
Saturday only at, each j jt 3 3
- 403 North Flrt Street
Just received a carload of screen
doors, all sizes and new designs.
Call on ue for Lumber, Glasa, Paints,
Oils and Cement Alao for REX
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER GO.
Successor to John A. Lee.
First and Marquette.
PROMPT DELIVERY WHETHER
LARGE OR SMALL PURCHASE
E. L. WASHBURN CO., S
119 West Gold Ave.
122 South Second St.
215 West Railroad Avenue
Albuquerque, New Mexico