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AL1JUOUEKOUE KVKXING CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, 8EPT. 1, 1905.
Out School Shoes
They are good, honest, all solid leather Shoes, with plenty of style
and good fitters. They are made In factories where every condition
is perfect to produce them In large quantities at common sense
Our Idea is to give you the best values for your money and to
please you. We want to get your trade and we want to keep It. We
are ever ready to show our goods and to quote prices.
5 to 8. 85c to $1.25.
81 a to 11, $1 to $1.50.
11 "a to 2, $1.25 to $1.85.
2! 2 to 6, $1.75 to $2.25
5 to 8, 85c to $1.25.
8' 2 to 13, 90c to $1.65.'
13'a to 2, $1.10 to $2.
2 2 to 5 i. $1-50 to $2.25.
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DEPENDABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Are those tiiat nave stood the test
of practical experience. In this res
pect th fciccenea we sell are above
cea' tiio breath of suspicion. No
brand tL.a! :a i-x all liuestlouable In
quality can find a place In our store.
Patrons favoring us with their orders
can depend on ua absolutely for furn
inshing the best in quality, the
best In flavor and the best In nutri
tion. F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120 Soutk Second St.
Finish oft Fall
with a coat of Heath & Mllllgan'a
paint over your wood work where
noedod. You will find It most sat
isfactory, Inasmuch as It will make
clean things look cleaner, and,
what la more, make them stay bo.
We also have a large stock of lum
ber, sash and doors, glass, cement,
and Rex Flint Kote Roofing.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First Street and Marquette
Office of Ostermoor &. Co.. New York, Aug. 22, 1905.
O. W. Strong's Sons, Albuquerque, N. M.
Gentlemen We acknowledge v.ith thanks, your favor of the 17th,
ordering flfty "Ostermoor' mattresses, assorted coverings, which carries
with it exclusive sale for your city.' ijgmS. t-!ttvtjpi ,
The twenty mattresses ordered previously were being shipped
when we wrote our last letter, and we donot Include this twenty In
your order for the fitty. We trust this will be satisfactory to you, as
It means that we must refuse to sMp any other orde.s from Albuquer
que. We shall proceed with the work on the fifty at the earliest moment,
and trust to be able to ship them within the next few weeks. Again
thanking you for thia large orderwe are very truly yours,
O. AV. STRONG'S SONS
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
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
fTITTT Leading Jeweler,
Lea Lr Urn BL M mam railroad avenue
Fair tonight and Saturday, except
thunder showers; northeast portion
ARRIVAL" OF TRAINS.
No 1, from the east, 7:30 p. m.
No. 7, from the east, 11:15 p. m.
No. 8, from the west, 6:45 p. m.
No. 2, from the weBt, 7:55 a. m.
Dr. J. M. Cunningham of l.as Vegas,
returned north this morning after a
pleasant visit in Luna county.
Miss Kathorlno I-awler lert this
morning for Denver on a pleasure trip
of a couple of weeks duration.
Yarilmaster Clarence Ten Eych, of
the Santa Fe. returned last night from
a pleasure trip to old familiar scenes
To Mr. and Mrs. J. Zlrhut was born
Wednesday night, at their residence
in the Hihglands, a hearty and prom.
O. C. Uoiradalle, father of Colonel
John llorradalle, left last night tor
I .os Angeles, Cal., where he will so
journ lor a few months. ,
On account of the continued hot
weather the store of K. J. Post & Co.,
hardware merchants, will continue to
close on Saturday afternoon until
Miss Mary Harding of Espanola, Is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. V. Futrelle. Miss Harding will at
tend the fall term of the Albuquerque
There will be a regular meeting of
Adah chapter No. 5, O. E. S., this
evening, September 1, at 8 o'clock.
Hy order of the worthy matron. Laura
I). O. Miller has resigned his posi
tion as clerk In the Albuquerque post
oitiee and left last night for San Diego.
Cal., whe;e bo will probably go into
the hotel business.
M. Nash, the dealer In electrical
supplies, will leave for Denver tomor
row night to lay In a new assortment
of goods. He will extend his trip to
Chicago. He will be absent about two
Miss Goldy Spring, the adopted
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Spring,
arrived last night from Clayton, N.
M., and has entered the St. Vincent
academy as one of the outside stu
dents. Will Ments, traveling solicitor for the
Mutual Life Insurance company, left
last night for Long Uoach, Cal., where
ho will join his family. Mr. Ments
will be absent from the city a couple
V. P. Edie, of the Albuquerque
Wool Scouring mills, who Is in Port
land with Mrs. Edie, taking in the
Lewis and Clark exposition, writes
friends here that they are having a
Temple Albert, comer of Seventh
street and West Gold avenue, opens
for service tonight at 7:45 o'clock.
Itablil Jacob II. Kaplan will preach on
"Thy Neighbor's Landmark." Every
body Is welcome.
Philip lird, who has been holding
a position as niotorman with the Al
buquerque Traction company, has re
signed and will leave for the Estan
cia valley in a few days where he will
engage in the sheep business.
M. O. Chadbourne, superintendent
of the Albuquerque Traction company,
Is confined to his home by sickness.
Assistant Supoi intendent I. B. Payne
is looking after the company's lines
(luring .Mr. Chadbourne a Illness.
Warren Graham, of Graham Bros..
Is enjoying a visit from Lincoln
Doney, of Danville, 111.. an old friend,
who is stopping temporarily in the
city while en toute to California. Mr.
Graham was formerly a resident of
W. T. McCreight, who visited the
east, and then his old Kentucky home,
at Shelbyvllle. returned to the city
last night. Mrs. McCreight left tho
train at La Junta, Colo., and will visit
relatives at Denver a week before re
tui ning to the city.
Colonel "Dick" Hudson of Doming,
the original settler of the Hudson
hot springs, now known as the Fay
wood hot springs, passed through the
city this morning en route to Denver
to attend the national encampment of
the G. A. K., of which Mr. Hudson Is
Joe Hagemeister, who will be re
membered as the affable day clerk at
the Alvarado, writes his friends tiere
that he Is having a good time at Mt.
Clemens, Mich. He is traveling with
A. J. Cochran, the wealthy young coal
and coke operator of Pennsylvania,
who has been a frequent visitor In Al
buquerque in recent years.
Hon. Pedro Perea, the territorial In
surance superintendent, with head
quarters at Santa Fe, came In from
the capital last night, and was busy
Our 25-cent Black Cat stockings for
boys and girls will outwear any other
brand at the same price. They fit
well and are perfectly last black. Give
them a trial. You will lie pleased. C.
May's shoo store, 311 West Railroad
TY7E WANT to talk shirts to you. We have received
a full and complete assortment of R. L. McDonald
& Co.'s celebrated shirts. They are sewed with linen
thread with double felled seams, shaped shoulders, full cut
in every particular. We want to show you what a strong
durable shirt we can tell you for 50 cents.
We have others at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and up to $3 00.
Call and tec the best line on the market.
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
today among Um 11 politicians. It
is quite evident, from all remarks,
that the gentleman Is in Retting
Into politics, and will be heard from
in the future c.inipaltns or Bernalillo
and Sandoval counties.
Prof. Hlram H.i'IN'.v. ten Itorlal su
perintendent of pu'.lic instruction, at
tended the citv itiltnte here yester
day and Is quoted a" wIiir that he
was very much -1 with it. Prof.
Hadley said thi." morning before leav
ing Jor Santa Y-- t lint he found a very
nice company of teachers at the Insti
tute and that li was as Intelligent
a gathering as could he found any
where. J. B. Hetndon, alii r of the State
National bank f 'Ms eity, and two
risters, Mrs. M. H. Lehr and Miss Sal
lie Horndon, and bnthcr-ln-law, C. H.
Harbison, of Fo"t Sco't. Kas., who vis
ited the Portland, Ore., exposition,
have returned to the city, and all re
port having hail a most delightful va
cation. Mrs. It. !. Herndon, mother
of the banker, and tier sister. Miss Sal
lie Herndon. wiil return to their home
at Dubiln, Texas tonight.
United States Civil Service Examina
tions. A competitive examination under
the rules of the I'nited States civil
service commission, for the position
of Btonograpliei-t) I'ewritor, depart
mental service will be held In this
city on the 2Sth day of September,
J!iiri, comniencini: at ! o'clock a. ni.
Applications for this examination
must be made on the prescribed form
which, with li 'f 's iaiy instructions,
may be obtained from the local sec
retary at the Albuquerque postoffice.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.
FRUITI FRUIT I FRUIT1
GRAPE FRUIT. SMALL 10
LARGE SIZE, 2 FOR 15?
FINE TOKAY GRAPES, TWO
POUNDS FOR 2."
BLACK MELVAY GRAPES, 10 CTS.
BLACK MELVAY GRAPES, 2
POUNDS FOR JO
MALACCA GRAPES 10 CENTS PER
ASSORTED 8 POUND BASKET
PER BASKET 40
FANCY EATING AND COOK
ING APPLES. FREE FROM
WORMS, 6 POUNDS FOR ...2r
CRAB APPLES. PER POUND. OUC
FANCY CLING STONE PEA
CHES, PER POUND 05
EATING PEARS, 5 POUNDS
EGG PLANT, EACH 05
GREEN AND WAX BEANS,
PER POUND 0.
CELERY, 2 FOR 15i
6 LARGE SWEET CANTA
COFFEE1 COFFEE! COFFEE1
THE FINEST BLENDED COFFEES
IN ALBUQUERQUE. TRY OUR
ALBIAN BLEND, 4 POUNDS
M. & J. BLEND, 3 POUNDS
MOA AND JAVA BLEND, 1 AND 2
POUND CANS AT 45 CENTS PER
FOR ICE TEA WE HIGHLY REC
OMMEND MOONSOON TEA. IT
WILL COOL YOU AND MAKE YOU
PHONE OR SEND YOUR ORD
ERS. THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.,
GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
SATURDAY'S SPECIAL SALE.
3 two-pound cans of Las Cruces to
matoes ' 25c
2 imiincls of New'on ciea.t-e.'v o;..
See our splendid stock of school
7 cans of sardmes 25c
12 '4c grade of vermicelli, per pkg.lOc
We are showing a splendid assort
ment of school 8uppli39.
1 bottle of pic'-.ls, 1 bvtlo of cat
sup ;ind 1 bi't'M of chjw chow..2."c
C-r-r crackers, nr p . id . .. .,'i7
Ground can of V.c.-.i cocoa ....20o
A lure assortrni.t of b,s' aed
f-teail girls' school hats bits Just
12',jc grade of pork and beans 10c
Vl'.-pua sausage, per cm ioc
4 pounds of washing soda 10c
Gloss starch, per pky Ofin
C .'ii ptareh, per pkg 06c
We handle a line of hosiery at pop
ular pi ices that give the best of satis
faction. THE MAZS
WM. KIEKB, Propiie.ior.
SUN, SEPTEMBER 23.
BLUE POINTS, THE FIRST OF
THE SEASON. GET THE "SEAL
SHIPT" OYSTER HABIT, AND GET
IT EARLY. IT'S
r-.;.-Voon a good habit.
V ,vrrr..'V;S SAFE HABIT.
''""''"""" "J AND THERE IS
NOTHING DAI N-
itifJS&Hijl 'Pi TIER OR MORE
tafw,vsn r delicious
"'V THAN THE DEL
ICATE FLAVOR OF A GOOD OYS
TER, AND A "SEALSHIPT" OYSTER
MEANS AN OYSTER WITH ALL ITS
PERFECT FLAVOR RETAINED.
DON'T THINK BECAUSE THE
WEATHER IS WARM THAT IT AF
FECTS THE OYSTER; WHEN SHIP
PED IN OUR PATENT CARRIERS,
THEY ARE JUST AS GOOD 8 IF
YOU BOUGHT THEM IN DECEM
BER. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
SPECIAL SALE OF MILLINERY.
FOR THE NEXT WEEK WE WILL
SELL OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF
SUMMER HATS REGARDLESS OF
COST. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
WINTERS MILLINERY CO., 204
SOUTH SECOND STREET.
On and after the 1st of September
I will be located at my new mill at
No. 501-509 South First street, and
will operate under the name of the)
superior Lumber ana naning mhi
Co., where all orders will be promptly
filled, and I will be pleased to meet
all of my old customers.
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
By 0. E. GUSTAFSON.
WE AIM TO PLEASE BOTH EYE
AND PALATE. LOOK OUT FOR
FIRST SHIPMENT OF FLAME TO
KAY GRAPES. SIZE, FLAVOR AND
BEAUTY UNSURPASSABLE. ES
MERELDA GREEN LABEL ON ALL
W. JENKS' FRUIT, FOR SALE AT
JAFFA GROCERY COMPANY AND
A. J. MALOY.
Most Time for the School
Bells to Ring Once More
Send your boy back to his studies In new clothes. Helps out lot,
gives a sense of "something doing," quite different from the "go
as you please" vacation feeling. We are already, too.
Boy's New Fall Suits
A splc, span fresh line, of new all wool suits In fancy casslmeres
and cheviots, In many different fall shapes have Just arrived and
been placed on sale at from
$32 to $62 Each
Every garment to meet your honest expectation of superior serv-
Special Mother's Friend
A counter heaping over with the Any waist In the house, exclud
regular 75 cent quality at l white. wort" "P to 90 cents
A complete new line of Boys' Hats, Shoes and Caps, now on sale
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER
1 - PLUMBING
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
Call and Examine the Beautiful Goods
Displayed in Our Sampl9 Rooms
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings, Hose,
Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps,
Harness, Saddles, Leather, Ranch Supplies. Write for Prices
LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH WEST
,.. ,y li WHITNEY COMPANY I ,
1 13-115-117 South First Street J 401-403 North First Strut
HAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkvllle coal we sell princi
pally, like the Father of His Country,
um 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
ities 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
GROCERIES, FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN
AND THE BEST 'OF MEATS.' IM
PORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Call at No. 624 West Tljeras Ro
Automatic Phone 109.
Old Telephone 276.
E. J. POST & CO.
AVI lOLESALli AND 1 KTAIL.
A FEW LEADERS IN OUR LINE
m - ' '4.
T EAD THE WORLD. More Studebaker
Wagons used today than any other (3)
three makes combined. Best obtainable
wood stock used in constructing the "Stude
baker" and is seasoned from three to five
years before using. Write us for prices on
all kinds of vehicles.
Chop! Chop! Chop!
Tiresome, Isn't it, to get down the
chopping bowl and knife and prepare
something for the next meal?
But the tiresome method is out of date.
You can do the work with Sargent's
Gem Food Choppe r and do it
better with but little labor. The
Gem chops all kinds of food in
coarse, medium or fine nieces, as dp-
sired. Useful in the preparation of substantials and
desserts. You need it in your kitchen every day.
E. J. TOST rsi CO..
"CTEP IN" while shopping and look over
our line of choppers and other useful
articles around the house. Bargains for all
at reduced prices. Refrigerators, Ice Cream
Freezers, Water Coolers, Stoves and Ranges,
Garden Hose and Sprinklers.
MECHANICS' AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS A SPECIALTY
IMIO.MI'T DKLIY1.K Y ON KYMt Y lH'lU'HASK
215 W. Railroad Ave.
ALBUQUERQUE, - NEW MEXICO