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AL,HUflUKKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905.
Yard wide, Whit Curtain Swisses,
with dots, spots or flgurea special
Figured 8ilkollnes, full yard wide,
pretty colorings and designs; alo
plain colors; special this week
Albuquerque's Biggest, Brightest and Busiest Store
EXCELLENT OFFERINGS IN LACE CURTAINS, PORTIERES AND DRAPERIES
HOUSECLEANINO time will soon be here again. Of course, in Albuquerque where there's always
such a great stir in real estate it means housecleaning every day in the week. But it is the quarterly
housecleaning time to which we are referring. "lis the cleaning of your home from attic to cellar
What pleasant (?) anticipations for the careful housekeeper! There is the parlor needs new curtains and
the library a change of hangings. The diningroom, too, could be greatly improved by a pair of new
curtains and the bedroom will look more cheerful with new draperies. Now, we want to help you if
you will let us. We want to take some of the worries off your shoulders want to smoothen the
wrinkles of perplexity that appear at the thought of housecleaping on every woman's face. How will
we do it? By offering for one week
Bargains in Curtains and Draperies
that will prove a delight to economical women. Every lace curtain, every portiere, every couch cover,
every yard of drapery is reduced for this sale. The values are nothing short of marvelous. You can
not afford to pass this up.
Those rich tapestries so appropriate for portieres
or furniture coverings 50 inch wide come In all
the new colorings and designs at greatly re
duced prices for this week.
50c grade at 39
$1.00 grado at 70
$1.25 grade at 9S
$1.50 grade at 110
$2.00 grade at 1 5$
Beautiful Jap crepes for draperies In large var
iety of colorings and designs the loveliest
things Imaginable 25c to 35c values priced this
week, per yard
The entire line Is Included In this sale. Each and
every pair Is reduced In price. Besides the regu
lar stock there are a number of odds and ends
that must go at any price. Space forbids the
mention of every number we have In stock. Herd
are a few. All others priced in proportion:
75c Nottingham Lace Curtains, a pair 39
$1.50 Nottingham Lace Curtains, a pair 9S
$2.00 Nottingham Lace Curtains, a pair 1-18
$2.50 Hamburg Net Curtains, a pair. . . . l (JO
$3.50 Hamburg Net Curtains, a pair.... 2-48
$5 Poftietes 3.25
Rich Portieres of good tapestries pretty designs
in colors green, brown and wine fully worth $5
a pair at
Sale of Couch and
Great line of couch and table covers of tapestries
in the various combinations of colorings and de
signs. Couch covers have the fringe all around
are full length and width beautiful effects In
Roman stripes and are priced as follows:
$4 values at 3
$5 values at J
Tapestry Tabic Covers
Have all been reduced on an average of 20 per
cent. Suffice It to say both the covers and prices
will prove satisfactory to you. Range of prices:
OSc to $5
We've Just received a line of curtain materials
that will find favor with particular women. All
the newest weaves and effects. First in the lot
comes a line of
These are 40 Inches wide embroidered with silk
finished thread in yellow, blue, red and green
flowers on cream scrim. Very beautiful. Eastern
stores sell these at 75c per yard, we ask only
Full assortment of white and colored curtain
Swises. These come in the various patterns, such
as figures, dots, spots and stripes. Widths run
from 36 to 42 Inches. Regular prices are 15c and
20c per yard. Special this week at
Another new curtaining is this "Snowflake."
Suitable for bed room, dining room or library.
Comes 42 Inches wide. Designs In horizontal
stripes of green and yellow. Special, per yard
Pretty yard wide curtain
with fancy colored border,
lawn white ground
Very neat. Special,
Fifteen pieces of pretty cretonnes in various col
orings and designs marked special for one week.
Regular price is 10c this week, per yard
15c Figured Cretonnes 12
15c Yard wide Burlap lii'itf
20c Drapery Sateen 1!
25c Art Denim 1J)
40c Art Denim 29
New for curtains. Striped effects. Forty Inches
wide. Suitable for bed room, dining room or li
brary. Special per yard
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SUNFLOWER AND JIMSON
AN INTERSTATE COMPROMISE
THAT MAY YET BECOME
Dr. J. L. Flanders of Kansas City
has been fined $1 and costs for allow
ing sunflowers to grow In his front
yard. The sunflower is the state em
blem of Kansas, but It Is only a weed
In Missouri, and weeds arc not pcr
missable in the Kansas City front
"I cut every weed in my front yard,
Judge," pleaded the defendant. "1
left the sunflowers standlnR because
they shaded the place and looked or
namental." "That may be true," replied Magis
trate Hrady, "but according to the
ruling of the Missouri supreme court.
sunflowers are called a nuisance in
this state. One dollar and costs."
This Insult to the state flower
would be more difficult to bear in
Kansas if Hiere were no means of re
taliating within its reach, but there
are. Over In - Kansas City, Kan.,
there are no doubt many people who
cultivate the jimson, which is the
state flower of Missouri. Wo can
imagine very easily a case in which
a defendant will plead with the Kan
"I cut down every weed In my front
yard. Judge, not sparing even the sun
flower, but I saved the Jimsons. be
cause they shaded the place, and be
cause they ae ornamental."
"That may be so, my friend," the
magistrate will probably reply, "but
the supreme court in Kansas has de
cided that the jimson is a nuisance.
One dollar and costs."
We do not look for Internecine
strife as a result of this disagree
ment between Missourians nd Kan
sans as to what is a weed and what
is a f.ower, but it is plain that
neither etute will yield to the other
the right to degrade Its t-ni(l-m. Rea
sonable people ill Kansas City, Mo.,
and In Kansas City, Kan., no doubt,
will eventually step to the front, and
insist upon a compromise, on tiie
ground that tastes differ. The Mis
ourians, they will hold, and with good
reason, loves to see the Jimson spread
ing over his front yard, while the Kau-
san is happy only when the sun
flower is shedding shadows over the
board walk that leads up to his front
It ought to be possible for two peo
ples of common origin, common lang
uage, and common aspirations, to
agree not to have a common state em
blem. If one must have the Jimson,
very well; the other should be per
mitted to hare the sunflower. In most
of the states both are regarded as
common weeds, but this is because
the jimson reaches its perfect devel
opment only In the state of Missouri,
while the sunflower of other Btates is
no more the sunflower of Kansas than
the oyster of commerce is like the
oyster of Baltimore.
Here in Illinois, where the dande
lion attains a degree of perfection
which Is only equaied by the pig weed
and the sand bur, we are perefctly
content to feast our eyes upon it in
the vacant lot. We do not cultivate
even the golden rod as a front yard
flower, preferring to gaze upon it In
the fields. We have no passion for
weeds. But we are liberal enough
In our beliefs to appreciate the fact
that this passion prevails elsewhere,
and if a .Mlssourian or a Kansan, in
order to feel at home among us,
should Insist upon fringing his sward
with jimsons or sunflowers, we would
not fine him. Chicago Inter-Ocean.
Dangerous and Uncertain.
For sunburn, tetter and all skin and
scalp diseases, DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve bas no equal. It Is a certain
cure for blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles. It will draw the Are
out of a burn and heal without leaving
a scar. Bolls, old sores, carbuncles,
etc., are quickly cured by the use of
the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Accept no substitute as they
are often dangerous and uncertain.
Sold by all druggists.
RAPIST TAKEN BACK TO
SCENE OF HIS CRIME.
W. L. Smith, alias W. C. Hutchin
son, was turned over to Bert Smith,
deputy sheriff of Comanche county,
Kan., last Tuesday, says the Alamo-
gordo Journal, and taken back to the
scene of his crime, Coldwater, Kan.
1 lie Kansas officer was detained sev
eral days on account of requisition
papers, as the prisoner refused to re
turn without them. The papers came
Tuesday, and though the governor's
signature was yet required, on the
advice of his attorney, the prisoner
agreed to return with the Kansas
says they are thinking seriously of
coming to the fair. The "Kids" took
a fall out of El Paso by a large score
and have a goodly number of scalps
hanging at their belts as a result of
the season's sport.
The Only Way.
There Is no way to maintain the
health and strength of mind and body
except by nourishment. There is no
way to nourish except through the
stomach. The stomach must be kept
healthy, pure and sweet or the
strength will let down and disease
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
Dyepepsia Cure. Kodol digests what
you eat and strengthens the whole
HURT IN A WRECK
WAS ABOARD ROCK ISLAND LIM
ITED, WHICH WAS DITCHED.
A. J. Anderson, president of the
First National bank of Alamogordo,
was one of the Injured passengers in
the wreck of the Golden State Limited
near Columbus Junction, Iowa, Thurs
day. A. J. King received a telegram
from A. S. Greig, In which he gave the
information. He stated that Mr. An
derson's injures were not deemed fa
tal, but that an examination had not
yet been made. He was taken to the
Wesley hospital at Chicago. The fact
that Mr. Anderson hruself has not sent
a telegram or dictated one, it is feared
by his friends, indicates that his in
jures are of a serious nature.
For Over Sixty Years.
An old and well tried remedy Mrs.
WlriBlow's Sdntliing Syrup hum been
used for over sixty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind chollc, and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Is pleasant to
the taste. Sold by drugglsta In every
part of the world. Twnty-flve cents a
bottle. Its value la Incalculable. Be
sur and ask for Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing-
Syrup, and take no other kind.
FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN
DEMIXG BIDS FAIR TO
BECOME A BIG CITY
Thomas McCauley, of McCaulev &
Co., n al estate ami instir
and agents for the original townsite
of the Windmill City, spent Saturday
In Albuquerque and returned to Kern
ing Saturday night.
Mr. McCauley is a firm believer in
Doming and its possibi.ity of some
day becoming a big city. He Hiys
that two brick business blocks are
now under consideration by men with
money and that every part of the
town shows the evidence of the home
builder. Demings' new water works
will soon be a reality. The pipe has
been t. hipped from Is Angeles by
I. .icy & Co., and the work of sinking
the supply well Is almost completed,
'itiis well is tllty-flve feet deep and
is eighteen feet in diameter. At t ho
Irfittom drifts will bo made as far as
the incoming water under the drain
of a large pump will permit which
U islimated to be altout fifty feet.
Ii Is calculated that this well will furn
ish ,.iMMi,iliio gallons of the best water
on earth daily. Mr. McCauley is as
sociated with Col. P. R. Smith iu tills
Mr. McCauley Is also interested
with the base ball enterprise of the
Windmill City. He plays left field
wiih the doughty "Yellow Kids," and
ITCHES AND BURNS
The return of warm weather means a
return of torture to Eczema sufferers.
The blood is charged with burning acids
and acrid matter which is forced to the
surface through the pores and glands,
forming pustules which discharge a sticky
fluid, and the itchiug is intense.
The doctors said I had pustular Fo
ama: it would break out in small whita
Suetules, mostly on my face and hands,
ischargintr a sticky fluid; crusts would '
form and drop off, leaving the skin red
and inflamed. I was torment4 wjth I
the itching and burning character- 1
istio of the disease for five yevrs, and .
during the time used various medicated
soaps, ointments and washes, but these I
applications seemed to make me v-orse, '
After taking- S. S. S. ashcrttim! be- I
Kan to improve: the itching- did not
worry me ao muoh. I continued the
medicine, and soon all the ugly f vp
tiom disappeared and my skin is nc as
clear as anybody's. I nave not been
troubled with any breaking out since.
Urbana, O. . . KELLY.
Sometimes the disease in in the dr:
form, and bran-like scales form on the
skin, but the cause is the same humors
in the blood. Salves, cooling washes,
powders and the like can do nothing
more than relieve the itching, because
they do not reach the acid-laden blood,
the seat of the trouble. S. S. S. cures
Eczema and all skin diseases by neutral
izing the acids and carrying them oil
through the proper channels. When
S. S. S. has done this the symptoms
pass away, the blood is cooled and
the disease is
ing acts so
surely in skin
S. S. S.. and it
at the same time acts as a tonic to the en
tire system. Book on Skin Diseases and
any medical advice without charge.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
A dispatch to the Denver Repub
lican, from Texico, Roosevelt county,
ti lls of an awful affray, in which one
man was killed and the other fatally
wounded. George Stout, cook for a
construction gang on the New Mexico
Western railroad, a white man, eject
ed a negro from his kitchen. The
negro called to his aid Teddy Reed,
another negro, who slashed Stout In
i ne auiiomen, lnllciing awful wounds.
StOllt. at llie KHlllft 11mit,nt cni.nil an
axe and struck Reed over the head,
scattering his brains In every direc
tion and causing Instant death.
Public Is Aroused.
The puMIc Is arounsrd to a knowledge
or the curative merits of that great m.l
'"' t'Mile. Kl.-otrle Hitters, for siek stom
luh, liver and kidneys. Mary H. Wal
ters uf MO at. Clair avenue, Columbus.
Ohio, writes: "For several months I was
given up to die. I had fever and ague,
my nerves wire wrecked; l could not
sleep, and my stomach was so weak
from useless doctors' druirs that I could
not e't. Hnon after hi ginning to take
Meetiic Hitters I obtained relief, and In
a short time I was entirely cured." Guar
anteed ut all drug stores, l'rlce 60.
ROOSEVELT COUNTY MAN
HAS BIG ONION CROP
K. R. Sione, who lives six miles
northwest of I'ortaies, has a three acre
patch of onions, which, lie estimates
will yield lo.imn pounds of onions. Of
course, these onions were irrigated,
but the only means he had of supply
ing water was one windmill, with
which he Irrigated the five acres of
land, together with all the trees in
his yard. Mr. Stone is a hard work-
J it and got his onions in early.
A NEW BANK
Will not do you any good unless you
have some money to put In it. The
surest way to get money ahead Is to
buy all your Clothing, Shoes, Dry
Goods, Underwear, Enamelware, Tin
ware, Crockery, and of course, your
Groceries, at our store. We are the
acknowledged low price store In the
whole city. A few prices will give you
an inkling of our fine goods:
If you pay $3.50 for a shoe, come
and look at ours at $2.50. If you pay
$4 for a shoe, come and look at ours
at $3. If you pay $5 for a shoe, come
and look at ours at $3.50. If you pay
$6 for a shoe, come and look at ours
at $4. All plainly marked; one price
to everybody. If you pay 35c or 40c
for your coffee, try ours at 25c. No
risk. Your money back if you want
it. If you pay 30c for coffee, try ours
for 20c. If you pay 75c or $1 for tea,
try ours, any kind Gunpowder, Eng
lish Breakfast or Japan, at 50c. If
you pay COc for tea, try ours any
kind you want, at 40c. Remember,
we guarantee all our goods. Your
money back if you want it.
THE CASH BUYERS' UNION,
Wm. Dolde, Proprietor,
Auto 'Phone, 592. 122 N. Second.
All goods delivered.
Real Estate Dealers. Moved to 208'2
West Gold Ave., ground floor.
Get our prices before you buy. We
have for a short time a few oood
brick and frame houses and choice
i vacant lots, on easy terms,
AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
Have vacant lots on the Highlands
from $100 to $300; $10 down, and $1
per week. This is a good Investment
and will double in price in a short
time. We have renters for all classes
of buildings, but very few to rent. It
will pay you to list your property
with us. All business entrusted with
us will receive prompt attention.
A Full Set of Teeth
for 22-Karat Gold Crown
and Upward for Fillings
AUTO 'PHONE 451
On? B. 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
TWENTY FIFTH NEW MEXICO TERRITORIAL FAIR
September 18. 19. 20, 21, 22. 23 $7,500 In Purses and Prizes
HqrselRacing, Broncho Busting, Indian Dances and Sports
WONDERFUL TROTTING OSTRICH
I; . V-
Hitched 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
SlSOOin 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