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ALBUOURHOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905.
We want to cIom out every pair of summer 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
HAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkvllle coal we sell princi
pally, like the Father of His Country,
fta a reputation second to none, and
you know, .If you've tried it, that it's
the best ever burned. Its freedom
trom impurities, its free-burning qual.
Idea and our fairness as to weight and
delivery, entitle us to your patronage.
Remember we guarantee 2,000 pounda
absolutely In every ton leaving our
frd. We also baadle all kinds of
mill wood, mountain wood and klnd-
John S. Beaven
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"You know the celebrated "Karpeu" go ode 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.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
WORKS. R. P. HALL Proo.
They cost no more than other makes, and
you know they are superior. Quality coup
led with moderate prices will 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 ftbore
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
inshlng the best In quality, the
best in flavor and the beet In nutri
tion. F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120 South Second 8C
Iron and Bras Castings; Ore, Coal and
Lumber Cars; Shaitings; Pulleys, Grade
Ban, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron
Fronts for Buildings. J J jt jt jt jt
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY.
Foundry East Side of Railroad Track
ALBUQUERQUE. NtW MEXICO
out to buy anything in
clothing try The Stein
Bloch smart clothes.
Fair tonight and Tuesday,
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS.
No. 1, from the east, 7:30 p. tn.
No. 7, from the east, 10:30 p. m.
No. 8, from the west, 6:45 p. m.
No. 2, from the west, 7:65 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Tt. A. Frost spent Sun
day with friends at Belen.
Mrs. Tony Ortis Las returned from
an extended visit with friends In Mis
souri. A reception will be tendered Rev.
and Mrs. Arthur Sloan at the Baptist
Mrs. Frank H. Moore Is enjoying a
visit from his father, L. H. Duff, of
Mrs. Harry B. Rose Is spending a
few days at Ios Lunas, the guest of
Mrs. Simon Neustadt.
Dr. J. F. Tearre left last night for
a trip to the Portland exposition. He
expects to lie gone several weeks.
Attorney Harry P. Owen and family
returned yesterday from an extended
trip to Mr. Owen's old home at Alex
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, who are
sojourning on the Pacific coast, have
taken a cottage at Ocean Park, near
Charles White, of the Bank of Com
merce, returned from Belen this
morning, after spending Sunday there
U GradI, I Zanonl, T. Morelli and
Ben Digneo, who spent yesterday
hunting In Coyote Canyon, returned
last night with 207 doves.
R. A. Strong, of O. W. Strong's Sons,
left last night for New York, where he
will attend the United States college
of embalming, for four months.
Captain John F. Fullerton, of the
tenitorial mounted police, passed up
the road this morning, en route from
his headquarters at Socorro to Santa
Edward Otto, of Fort Worth, Texas,
is visiting In the city, and Is the guest
of Messrs. E. F. Weed, B. A. Sleyster
and R. S. Piatt, old friends of Mr.
United States Attorney W. H. H.
IJewellyn was in the city between
trains last night, while en route to
Las Vegas, where he was called on
A Chadwlck of Kansas City, father
of Charles Chadwlck and W. W. Chad-
wick of this city, Is the guest of his
sons here, and will visit in Albuquer
que for several weeks.
Invitations are out for the marriage
of Miss Mabelle Clare Yarchow to
Mr. Herbert C. Appleton, the cere
money to be performed at toe Har
wood home In this city on August 23.
Regular review of Alamo Hive, No.
1. L. O. T. M., at Odd Fellows' Hall,
Tuesday afternoon, August 15th, at 2
o'clock sharp. All members urged
to be present.
M. Mandell, the Railroad avenue
clothier, returned last night from a
trip to New York, Chicago, and other
eastern centers, where he went to pur
chase his fall and winter stock of
The J. M. Moore Realty company
hae commenced work on Its new
business block at 4u8 and 410 Copper
Buy a new pair of light shoes or
oxforas, instead of trying to get
through the balance of the summer
with your old ones. We are closing
out our summer shoes, and the prices
we quote are but trivial, compared
with the satisfaction and comfort they
will give you. C. May's shoe store,
314 West Railroad avenue.
Diamonds arc aJways in order. We can talk Diamond to you at any
time. They are an investment, and a eood investment at the prices we are
selling them. We have some exquisite Diamond Brooches, SoKtasre Rings and
Studs, and we are really selling them very, very cheap. Take a look in our
store and price them.
Watches, lewelry and Silverware
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Auto Phone, 328.
Successors to Edwards A Fuehr,
. 307 West Railroad Avenue.
Both 'Phones. Oar or Night
avenue The tiMimms "i" ovxiw
feet, and a ore-story structure. Con
tractor A W. Haydea has the contract
it i A.iAn
which calls for a Duuaing 10 cosi
Master HarroM Sellers, con of Col.
D k n Sellers, will appear at the
riait.,. tnni.lit In a specialty act. The
little fe.low has been aruiea ty Mr.
Wade and will appear as .uc.uannus,
an Irish comedian.
Albert Hov, construction foreman of
the Colorado Telephone company, lias
arrived In the city and today started
to work on trie extensive improve
ments the company Is to make to its
system In this city.
Keorcc L. Brooks will erect an eight-
room fiat or aruneiai stone, ax 4u
Copper avenue, and the work will be
gin during the coming week. The
buildini; will f 3"X4U ieet, one Siory
In height, and will cost $1,500.,
Misses Mabel Hunt and Lizzie
Wily left today on the flyer for
Ganado, Arizona, where they will be
the guests at the ranch of J. L. Hub
bell, from which place they will visit
the Moki snake dances.
A hunting party, consisting of Rod
erick Stover, Harry Benjamin, (Jeorge
Thomas. K. J. Haines, Herbert
Brooks and Will Brown, returned last
night from a chase after the festive
dove on the mesa near the moun
tains. Their bag contained 150 of the
Rev. H. L. Ross and H. E. Ross, of
Faietteville, Ark., have arrived In Al
buquenpie for a visit with their
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"V" " 7., ;,..V";.tra quality, all new patterns; Sale
taken a position as industrial teacher.
In the school
Arthur W. Kelleher, recently of the
Baltimore Hotel of Kansas City, has
been secured as day clerk for the
Harvey House at I. Junta. After
a couple of weeks, Mr. Kelleher will
become clerk of the Castaneda Hotel
at Las Vegas. Mr. Arthur Kelleher Is
a brother of F. W. Kelleher, day clerk
at the Alvarado.
Ham B. Weiller of H. B. Weiller
& Co., and Sol Weiller of Weiller &
Benjamin, returned to the city today
after a month's trip in the east. While
away they visited New York and other
eastern centers. They were In the
wieckof No. 7, at Kinsley, Kan., Sat
urday night, but fortunately escaped
Attorney Oeneral George P. Prlch-
ard passed through the city this morn
ing en nmte to Santa t e irom canror
nla, where he sought relaxation and
recreation for six weeks. Mrs. Prich
ard, who went to the coast with Mr.
Prlchard. remained In California to
meet some relatives who were to ar
rive there, and will return to New
Mexico in a week or ten days.
Homer .Hawley inspector of boilers
for the Hartford Fire Insurance com
pany, Is in the city on official business
and Incidentally is calling on his old
friend, Alderman George P. Learnard.
Mr. Hawley was Mr. Learnard's guest
at the Casino last nlglit, and expressed
himself much surprised to find that
Albuquerque should have such an ad
mirable place of open air amusement.
Last night when the curtain was
rung up for the evening perform
ance at the Casino, the audience was
agreeably surprised to find Ed Plck
ard, manager of the Casino, sitting on
the stase as Interlocutor in place of
Mr. Brontl, wbo was 111 and unable to
be present. That Mr. Pickard was well
receiveu was eviuenueu oy uiw ueaieu
Ing applause that greeted him. He
acted the part like a veteran minstrel
Great sale of Curtains, Draperies,
Table Covers, etc., at The Economist
5,000 Yards Checked Apron Ging
ham, good quality, at, per yard, 4c, at
THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS
WHO ARE THE KNIGHTS?
Colorado JPhon 197
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
Need not be sick any longer for In ths
Bitters ttity can end a sure cure. It is
compounded especially for such ail
ments as women and girls are subject
Is a perfectly safe medicine and has
restored thousands of women to ro
bust health who suffered from month
ly Irregularities, backache, dizziness,
fainting spells, indigestion or dyspep
sia. Try it today.
O. M. Smith, traveling auditor for
the Harvey system, arrived from the
south this morning, and spent the day
5,000 yards Best Dress Ginghams,
worth 10c yard; see them; Sale Price;
only, per yard, 5c, AT THE GOLDEN '
BIBYCLES AT COST.
HIGH GRADE COLUMBIA AND
TRIBUNE BICYCLES AT COST,
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
HOUSTON, 118 Gold Ave.
FOR f7nI FLAVORED FRUIT,
ASK FOR W. JENKS' GREEN LA
BEL ESMERALDA HIGH CLASS!
FRUIT, AND SEE THAT YOU GET
300 pieces New Outing Flannels, ex
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7'2c. at THE GOL
DEN RULE TEMPTATION SALE.
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WITH EVERY $5.00 PUR-
f CHASE OF GOODS DURING
( OUR SALE, WE WILL GIVE A
HANDSOME STERLING SIL- f
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B. ILFELD & CO. V
WHO ARE THE KNIGHTS?
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Call and Examine the BE AT IF U I. GOODS Dlsplaveo
In Our Sample Rooms
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings
HOSE, Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps
Harness, Saddles, Leather,
m... WRITE FOR PRICES,,
...Largest Stock in the Southwest...
1 13-1 1S-117 South
GROCERIES, FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN
AND THE BEST OF MEATS. IM
PORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Call at No. 624 West Tljeras Road.
Automatic Phone 109.
Old Telephone 276.
CHAS. F. MYERS - Proprietors - Wm. MCINTOSH . Automatic 'Phon, IBS
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Write or Call,
and Get Price.
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Big Special Price
ABE MADE ON OUR ENTIRE
TO INSURE TOTAL CLEARANCE
AND TO MAKE ROOM FOR
(Immense IF a II
- 403 North Flrt Street
. Just received a carload of scrtsntf
doors, all sizes and new design.
Call on ua for Lumber, Glass, Palnta,
Oils and Cement. Also for REX
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER GO.
Successor to John A. Lse.
First and Marquette.
PROMPT DELIVERY WHETHER
LARGE OR SMALL PURCHASE
E. L WASHBURN CO., I
West Gold Ave.
South Second St.
215 West Railroad Avenue
Albuquerque, New Mexico