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ALBUOUEHOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905.
; Hist teller Is
The watchword: "Nothing but tin- heat materials In our shoos," will
always govern the running of our business. But this la not all. We
pay Just as much attention to the style and finish of every pair of
shoes as we do to their quality. Furthermore, we are backing up this
statement of your money refunded if a pair of shoes falls to give sat
isfaction. Our new fall and winter styles a:e ready for your Inspec
Mens' Shoes $1.50 to $4.00
Women's Shoes $145 to $4.00
Women's Strap Sandals. .$1.25 to $2.75
Felt Shoes and Slippers, ,60c to $1.50
Shoes for Boys and Girls $1.00 to $2.50
Willi food preparations from F. F.
Trotter's grocery Is thorough assur
ance that you are starting the day
right. This also holds good for all
other meals, as any "article of food
purchased at our store can be abso
lutely depended upon for genuine ex
cellence. We thoroughly test any
goods offered us, and retain In our
stock only those found good and
F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St.
TIIKIVKS IX COMFORT Zj 11UY HER A
See tba Gas Man -Fourth and Gold Avenue
Finish oft Fall
with a coat of Heath & Mllllgan's
paint over your wood work where
needed. You will find It most sat
isfactory, Inasmuch as It will make
clean things look cleaner, and,
what is more, make them stay so.
We also have a large stock of lum
ber, sash and doors, glass, cement,
and Rex Flint Kote Roofing.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER d
First Street and Marquette
Vns are now open tor business, with
a lew and second-hand line of furni
ture, at 114 South Fourth street. In
the Gleckler building.
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f "-aw CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND RE- V
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Q Harness, Spring Wagons Built to Q
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X Cor. First Street anQ T.jer.s Road ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO.
When tr.-ght riht are a good investment. Our prices are right. We invite
you to eo4 and examine the beautiful diamond goods we are ottering; also
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mall orders receive special attention.
Fair tonight and Friday.
Mrs. .Iiihn Hrckor I among the He
len (b legal Inn here toitny.
Jacob Sii'hler, miller for John Iieekcr
at Helen, Is taking in the festivities
Mrs. Sidney HocUett, of San Mar
cial. Is tin' gifst of Albuquerque
Mis. John Decker and Miss Nora
lHjinian. of Helen, are faking in the
K. F. Weidemeyer. of Oallup, Is
among the Carbon City people taking
in the fair.
Pat Crow, of Crow & McCoy, sa-
loonlsts of Helen, Is in the city taking
in the fair.
E. F. Kt nney. the heavy-weight con
tractor and builder of C.allup, s In
the city today.
Henry Dreyfuss, the probate clerk
of Socorro county, is here today en-
Hon. W. E. Martin, district clerk of
Socorro county, Is In tne city, aecom
panled by Mrs. Mai tin.
Jesus Luna, county clerk of Valen
cla county, was among the morning
arrivals from the south.
W. H. Jack, proprietor of the Crow
foot Cattle company, of Grant county
Is In the city taking in the fair.
Captain and Mrs. II. S. Van Pat
ten, of Las Cruces, are in the metrop
olis, and they are having a fine time.
Hernard Mulholland and Hen Huls
man, two young men from Gallup, are
In the city taking In the fair sights.
S. Ruffner. of Raton, Is he-ie among
the Gate City visitors. He is in the
employ of the Raton Water company.
George Hoffman, the leading ton-
soriallst of Helen, is among the cut
off town people who are fair visitors.
H. Chambon, one of the leading
merchants of Socorro, arrived this
morning, accompanied by Mrs. Chambon.
Will C. Ramos, secretary of the New
Mexico territorial cattle hoard. Is
among those from the north attending
Colonel J. Francisco Perea. the post
master of the Jemez hot springs. Is
here on a visit to his daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred O. Marshall, from
up the road, are here to attend the
fair and visit Mrs. J. C. Mai shall,
mother of Fred.
Mr. and Mis. C. P. Allaire, of San
Antonio, N. M., arrived In the city
this morning and will remain till the
close of the fair.
Joe Smith, the leading druggist of
Socorro, is in the city with his fam
ily, and they are the guests of Dr. and
Mrs. F. M. Jones.
R. P. Hall and family arrived this
morning from Hollywood. Cal. Mr.
Hall la proprietor of the Albuquerque
Foundry and Machine works.
Cashier Cook, of the local office of
the Equitable Life Assurance society,
left this morning for Chicago, and
will be absent several weeks.
Miss Barbara Cotton, the popular
daughter of Colonel and Mrs. C. N.
Cotton, came In from Gallup last night
to visit friends and attend the fair.
F. H. Pierce, president of the Agua
Pura Ice company, of Las Vegas, was
among the Meadow City people who
helped to celebrate Las Vegas day.
Regular communication of Temple
lodge No. 6, A. F. and A. M. Thurs
day evening, September 21. By or
der W. M. J. C. Ferger, secretary.
Peter Kitchen, one of Gallup's
staunch citizens, accompanied by his
family, came in from the west last
night and are enjoying themselves to
day. John - Shauers, the liveryman of
Gallup, out west, and Ollie Alsdorf,
are here to spend a couple of days
among the visitors and to attend the
The family of Victor Sais, of Helen,
are the guests of friends In the city.
Mr. Sais passed through the city tins
afternoon en route to Estancla, where
he is called on business.
City Editor Ward, of the Las Ve
gas Optic, was here yesterday, re
turning to the Meadow City last night.
He favored The Citizen office with a
call yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Charles Zelger and Mrs.
Chailes M. Geach, of El Paso, are here,
the former the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Hecker, and Mrs. Geacli is stop
ping with Mrs. Ed Quickel.
A teamster by fhe name of Tom
Mayo, eu.ployed in the camp of the
American Lumber company at Zuni
was brought to the hospital In t his
city last night suffeilng from severe
Do you wear slippers? We have an
excellent line of men's Opera Slip
pers In black or tan, kid lined, at 11.50.
One, two and thiee-strap Sandals,
vlei kid or patent colt, for ladies, range
from $1.25 to $2.75. Our fur-trimmed
felt "Juliets," red, green or black, are
the celebrated Alfred Dolge make, and
cost $1.25 and $1.50. C. May's shoe
store, 311 West Railroad avenue.
This Store Will Be Open Evenings All This Week
Of Woolens Wool Tested. They will fit you and save you money. Try ?
$12 00 $18.00
This Label Stands for 5 1 Years
i of Knowing How
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
122 South Second Street 119 West Gold Avenue
Injuries received fir. lay by having
a heavy log fall on him. Mayo was
severely crushed and I I" feared that
he has suffered Inftnal Injuries.
Simon Hachara' h and wife, nee Miss
Elsie Ilfeld, are in the city from Las
A. P. Tarklnptmi. ndjntant general
of New Mexico, is in the city from
Santa Fe. I
Hon. J. W. R;i mcMiil, the tori Mortal
secretary. Is her' from Santa Fe, ac
companied by Mr-. Haynolds.
Judge and Mrs. V. 1). Lee have as
their guests Mrs. .1. II. Ward and
daughter. Miss Anna Ward, of Las
The eighteenth annual convention of
the New Mexico W. C. T. IT. will be
held In Las Veuns, October 13 to 15,
Six Porto Rico puppies are on exhi
bition In the window of the Whltson
Music company. They are snow white
and very cute.
W. E. Neal, who represents the
I'nlon Central Life insurance com
pany, in New Mexico, has returned
from a visit to his old home at
Raleigh, N. C.
Mrs. II. O. Wliitcomb, Forest Raker
and sife, and Lorenzo Hubbell are In
the city from lianadn, Ariz., visiting
friends. Mrs. Wliitcomb will go to
Wichita, Kan., aiiout October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Peterson and
their daughters. Mrs. Sweezy and Miss
Peterson, are here from Las Vegas to
spend a couple of days with relatives
and friends, and to attend the fair.
Dr. W. T. Hadcllff, physician at
Helen, Is In the city accompanied by
his family, anil Miss Lydla Hock, of
Milwaukee, who has been visiting at
Helen. Misg Hock is a sister of Mrs.
Colonel H. A. Jastro, of Rakers
fleld, Cal., Interested In several im
portant Albuquerque enterprises. Is
here to attend the fair and to visit his
daughters, Mrs. W. H. Greer and Mrs.
M. O. Chadbourne.
The Las Vegas Optic says: There
were only about thirty tickets sold for
the Albuquerque excursion this morn
ing. That Is not as many as we had
hoped for, but quite a number went
down on No. 7 last night.
A. J. Loomls. the deputy revenue
collector, could not resist the tempta
tlon to come to Albuquerque, attend
the fair and mingle with t'ne crowds.
He Is here today, and Is among the
Santa Fe visitors at the fair.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union, which has served free
ice water at each fair held In Albu
querque for the past twenty-five years,
is furnishing unlimited quantities of
the good old beverage this year.
L. M. Steckle, a ranchman residing
north of the city, complained to the
police late last night that some one
had stolen his saddle horse, which he
had left tied on one of the Bide streets.
The animal is a small bay, with white
The Elks wish to announce that
the lodge rooms and parlors of the
organization nrp wide onen to n.ll mem
bers of the herd who are visiting the
city, mere will always be hot coffee,
Bandwlches and Elks' milk on tap at
all hours of the day.
Dr. John M. Reshoar, a well known
young dentist of Trinidad, who Is here
with the base ball club from that city,
favored The Citizen office with a call
last night. Dr. Beshoar Is a pleasant
gentleman, and he says Trinidad Is
Improving and growing rapidly In pop
Colonel William Morris, a county
commissioner of McKlnley county
accompanied by Mrs. Morris and'Mrs.
Edward Hart, came In from Gallup
last night and reviewed the big pa
rade this morning, besides taking In
the sights at the fair grounds this
Word came In from Pajarlto late
yesterday afternoon that Mr. and Mrs.
Felipe Hubbell were having a fair all
to themselves, and the festivities were
being held at their Pajarlto home. The
center of attraction was a bouncing
baby boy, and he is reported to be a
ring horse in every sense of the word.
The Citizen extends congratulations.
Come In and see us and be con
vinced that Zelger's Cafe Is the place
to get a cold bottle and free Saturday
is used exclusively bv
hundreds of women
and girls. It cures ail
ments peculiar to them
All . sickly women
should try a bottle. It
WAY TO TREAT HAY FEVER
NO STOMACH DOSING, JUST
BREATHE HYOMEI STOPS
6NEEING AND SMARTING.
The onlv Shrift Order Lunch
a speedy. 2 1 6 S. Second St. E
J. H. O'RIeKy & Co., are recommend
ing to their customers as a cure for
hay fever, Hyomel.
It Is claimed for this remedy that It
stops the spasmodic paroxysms, the
sneezing, the smarting and running of
the eyes and nose, and other acute
symptoms of this disease.
Many nersons have been cured of
hay fever y Hyomel, and the discov
erer of tt i remedy both the occur
rence of ti". i annual attack and to stop
the progr s of the disease, even in
the most e ronic forms. J. H. O'Riolly
&Co., offer' o refund the money If Hyo
mel does not do all that Is claimed for
it ,is the strongest proof that can be
given as to the confidence they have
in Hyoniei's power to cure hay fever.
The complete outfit costs but $1, for
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Fresh Cut Flowers.
Meet me at the White Elephant Sat
urday night and et in .on the good
cold beer and the free lunch.
Citizen ads bring results.
vlt K tv4 .r fee-
Tho Railroad Avenue C'othler
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
Call and Examine the Beautiful Goods
Displayed in Our Sample Rooms
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings, Hose,
Belting, Tacking, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps,
Harness, Saddles, Leather, Ranch Supplies. Write for Prices
LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH WEST
113-115-117 South Fint Street Jt 441-403 North Fint Strret
THE DON RICARDO.
LA PLATA EAGER.
115 West Railroad avenue,
and 107 Sou'.a Second St.
FOR WM. JENKS ESMERALDA
HIGH CLASS FRUIT, GREEN LA
BEL, GO VO A. J. MALOY AND JAF
FA GROCERY CO.
o EWES AND LAMBS
1,500 A. No. 1 EWES; 600 TOP LAMBS, 65 POUNDS EACH.
915 South Second Street.
E. J. POST fc CO.
who rT:s aivu axi i ktai
I IAIyDWAIy K
A FEW LEADERS IN
TEAD 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.
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uresome, isn i u, to get down the
chopping bowl and knile 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 Chopper and do It
better with but little labor. The
Gem chops all kinds of food in
Coarse medium nr fin mrps nt Ht-
sired. Useful in the preparation of substantial and
desserts. You need it in your kitchen every day.
E. J. TOST S3L 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
PROMPT DKLIVKUV OX KVhKY ITKCHASK
215 W. Railroad Ave.
ALBUQUERQUE, - NEW MEXICO