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ALHUOUEItOUK EVKNING CITIZEN
PACE EIGHT.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905.
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314 WEST RAIlRuAPAVLjfi
Sliocs (or Tiionlisgivlng
You want shoes to properly match the new gown or suit you will
wear when going out or receiving company for Thanksgiving dinner.
Let us provide you with strictly up to date footwear, and you
may rest assured to get the latest style, the most perfect fit. and the
best quality at the closest price.
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MEN'S PATENT COLT SHOES S3 50 TO $ 1 OO
MEN'S VICI KID SHOES $2 50 TO 84 00
MEN'S BOX CALF SHOES $225 TO $350
LADIES' PATENT KID SHOES $3 50 TO $100
LADIES' VICI KID SHOES $2 00 TO $3 50
LADIES' OXFORDS AND SLIPPERS $150 TO $3 50
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Remember Thanksgiving!
It's rapidly approaching, and re
member also that our store affords
the best facilities for the selection of
the best groceries and table deli
cacies. Everything that fends to
make your Thanksgiving dinner a
source of, gastronomic delight, will be
found in our stock, which lias been
most carefully provided for the
Thanksgiving season.
F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St.
Cement and Rex Flintkote
Roofing. , Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First and Marquette, - Albuquerque, N. M.
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The Triumph of the Piano Maker
There are) undoubtedly good qualities In every standard piano, tsui
THE GENUINE CHECKERING
Tke triumphant result of over 80 years of endearor. Is admitted to be
the standard of superiority for every good quality that any piano
could possess.
THE WIIITSON MUSIC CO.
114 SOUTH SECOND OTREET.
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STATIONERY.
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
PERIODICALS.
Newcomer Book and Art Store
If Your Boy
Wants an automobile, tricycle or wagon, for Xmaa, better come In
and make your selection and leave the order, as the demand is greater
than we anticipated.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
FRAMING.
PICTURE
HOLIDAY GOODS ARRIVING EVERY
DAY.
COME IN AND LOOK AROUND.
CIGARS
AND CANDY.
LOCAL AM)
PERSONAL
WEATHER INDICATIONS.
DIAMONDS
When bought light are a good investment. Our prices are right We Invlt
you to c-iU and examine the beautl ul diamond good we are offering; also
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mall orders rerelve epeelal attention.
RAILROAD AVENUE.
EVERITT
LEADINO JEWELER
Partly clrudy tomght and Saturday,
with local rain west portion.
KtKiilni' nu'otiru' of Harmony IiidKe
I. O. O K. tonlnht. Uusiin-SH of Im
poitatuf. J. .1. Vntaw, tiocietary.
Mrs. H. n. lien inn, wife of the city
editor of tht! MoiniiiR Journal, in re
poriod quite 111. H'-r many friends
wish a pptH'dy recovery.
Mrs. A. C Ra.lell. of MoHston, Wis.,
who has hern a mnst at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Hubbs, for several
weeks, left last night for home.
Mrs. J. it. Waktfleld and Miss L.
Wakefield, of Navajo Springs, spent
the day in tti metropolis on a shop
ping trip and incidentally visiting
friends.
Fred Lewis, formerly of this city,
who quit the road some time ago, Is
now head clerk In Seward Cash
Stores Co., at Tres Piedras, Taos
county.
John H. McCntchen, editor of the
Industrial Advertiser, who spent the
past few days at El Paso in attend
ance on the mining congress, return
ed to the city this morning.
Philip Keck, the well known New
York capitalist, who has extensive
mining Interests In the Golden dis
trict. Is spending a few days in Al
buquerque from the camp.
Prof. George S. Ramsay and M. H.
Sabin( who were at Santa Fe yester
day, on business, have left the capital,
the former returning to this city, and
the later conlnulng farher north.
William Jenks left this morning for
the Cochitl gold mining district,
where he Is the owner of mining prop
erty. Mr. Jenks expects to, be ab
sent from the city for several dnys.
The Optic says: The dates for the
next northern New Mexico fair have
already been chosen. The next fair
will be held In September. 19fi. dur
ing the week following the Colorado
State fair at Pueblo.
Helen, the three-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Binkert, resid
ing in Old Albuquerque, is reported
seriously 111 with stomach trouble.
Mr. Binkert is a conductor in the em
ploy of the Traction company.
The recent heavy rains have swelled
the Rio Grande until the river is leav
ing Its banks iu some places. The
low lands between old Albuquerque
and Barelas are flooded in several
places, but as yet no serious damage
has occurred.
President C. K. Durbin, of the Al
buquerque Gas, Electric Light and
Power company, arrived in the city
yesterday fro mTucson, Arizona, and
spent the day here on his way to his
home at Denver. He left last night
for Denver.
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of the Presbyterian
church will meet Saturday afternoon
at 3 o'clock with Mrs. McSpadden,
304 South Broadway. All ladies of the
church and congregation are cordially
invited to attend.
L. W. Case, one of the reporters on
the New Mexican, Santa Fe, has re
signed his position and returned to
Las Cruces, where he will be employ
ed in the engineering department of
the Collg of Agricultur and Mechanic
Arts near that (own.
The New Mexican says: John Bell
and wife, who have been in Albuquer
que for some time In order that Mr.
Bell, who was suffering with typhoid
fever, might be under the care of phy
sicians there, returned to their home
in this city last night. Mr. Bell is
greatly improved.
Nothing small about . Albuquerque
merchants and citizens who annually
affix their signatures to the fair sub
scriptions. Many seen yesterday
doubled their subscriptions of last
year, and it looks very much now like
next years fair will be as easy as
rolling off a log to carry on with great
financial success.
The Farmington Times says: W.
E. Drake, of Albuquerque, came in
Sunday and will remain here for some
time looking after the interests of
A. B. McGaffey here. Mr. Drake has
been with Mr. McGaffey in various
enterprises and says that the latter is
very enthusiastic about the future of
this town, and expects to invest more
money here.
Another awning fire at the Barnett
building. Yesterday morning, at
about 7 o'clock, Jim Coleman, the por
ter, was on the third floor, and de
tected the odor. of something burning.
He opened the door of the room oc
cupied by Levy Bros., stock brokers,
and discovered one of the outside
awnings on fire. Jim turned on the
fire alarm, but before the Are fighters
arrived he had extinguished the
blaze.
Mr. Ellis, founder and proprietor of
the Ellis ranch, is in town today pur
chasing supplies. The Ellis ranch is
perhaps the most beautiful and pic
turesque resort in New Mexico. Sit
uated in the heart of the Sandla moun
tains, 10,000 feet aiove sea level,
amidst a divce forest of sycamore
and balsam flrs, the ranch embodies
every feature of romantic beauty. It
will doubtless prove the merca of
tourists ami lovers of nature In the
near future, whin the road Mr. Ellis
l now bull'iitu connection wltn
Tljeras cfitivon and the projected Al
buquerque Ka'tern railroad, is com
pleted. The funer ii of pretty little Paul, son'
of .Mr. and Mrs. Henry GotXz, took
place yester !ny afternoon at flm homw
of the l.en rived parents, No, 1023
North Sec 'l it stri ct, with burial In
Kalrvlew cemetery. Rev. McNeill,
pastor of I'M' Haptlst church, spoke
beautiful v ids over the little white
Casket cov reri with floral tributes,
and with f:i"inls, offered sympathy to
the bereav. I iarerits. From 1 o'clock
until after t if funeral and burial, Mr.
Goetz's res'iiurant on Second street,
was kept i ' seil.
We have ist received a full line
of the celfln.ited Dolgeville Felt Slip
pers and JM ii'ts for men, womeu and
children. They come In black, red,
green or Irown, plain or fur trimmed
and are esrelient for comfort and
wear. Prl es range from 65c to $1.60.
C. May's slioo store, 314 West Rail
road avenue.
Crushed oyster shell la very essen
tial to poultry. Hen cannot lay
without substance for the egg shell.
E. W. Pee, 620 South Second street.
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Football game, Santa Fe Indiana and
University, at Traction Park Saturday,
the 18th. Came will be called at 2:43
o'clock.
Beat This in Mind
The $15 suits we are sell
ing look like more dollars
than the amount you are
asked to pay represents.
Men's Overcoats, neat grey effects, $15
Others at $12.50, $16.50. $18, $20, up to $30
MEADOW GOLD BUTTER.
The best butter that science and
money can produce, packed in a per
fect package, which protects it from
foreign oilors and flavors. Try It
once and you will never be satisfied
wlti anv other butter.
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
"Good Things to Eat."
W1UST In, ninety gallons of oysters
ifUl for today and Saturday's trade.
ealhlnt," natural flavor. These
oysters are from the great South Ray,
Long Island: Virginia, Mississippi,
New Orleans, Matagorda, and Texas.
Virlety. quality, and the "Seal
uhlpt" flavor.
WE'VE CLOTHED ALBUQUERQUE MEN FOR A GREAT NUMBER OF YEARS NOW WE WILL
FEED THEIR FAMILIES.
THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, AND UNTIL WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 29, THE
STORE THAT DOES THINGS WILL GIVE, ABSOLUTELY FREE OF ANY CHARGE,
A Choice, Fat, Dressed, Thanksgiving Turkey
TO ANY PERSON MAKING A PURCHASE AMOUNTING TO $20 OR OVER. TURKEYS WU.L. BE
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29.
GET INTO THE FEAST
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SIMON STERN, The Railroad Avenue Clothier
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BERNALILLO HOTEL,
Bernalillo, N. M.
Mrs. Lulu Sllva, Proprietress.
Rates Reasonable.
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SATURDAY'S SPECIAL SALE.
Opportunity No. 1
Fifty people can make
$26 apiece between now
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and Monday noon, by buy
ing a 50-foot lot In the
Eastern Addition to the
Highlands, south of Trum
bull avenue, with only $10
down, balance $1 per
week.
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Hearted Club
SARAH'S
Young Man.
Newton Creamery Butter 2.c
2 pkgs of Force 2"c
12Vc grade of Tomatoes 10c
Good Sweet Corn, per can 7c
See our glove stock, we believe we
have the best assortment to be found
In town.
3 cans of Cream 25c
8 cans of Sardines 25c
Pancake Flour, per pkg 11c
1 lb. of Walter Baker's Chocolate. 35c
We have received a lot of garbage
and ash cans.
Arm and Hammer Baking Soda
per pound 6c
3 bottles of Pickles 25c
New Mince Meat, per pkg 9c
2 pkgs. of Cold Water Starch. .... ,15c
We continue to sell all patent medi
cines at reduced prices.
THE MAZE,
Wm. Kleke, Propr.
NOTICE.
This Is to notify the merchants that
I will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by my wife, Mrs. Bertha
Conley, from this date.
November lt, 1905.
J. E. CONLEY.
Dance at the Casino Saturday and
Sunday evening. Music by the Loeba
Devine orchestra. Only respectable
people admitted.
...Maynard.... '
THE" JEWELER
berjs to announce to nis friends
and patrons that His
FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING DAILY
and tHat for the next few days
new and tasty designs in
Jewelry and Silverware and hand
some holiday goods will be added
to stocK. You are cordially
invited to call whether
you purchase or not.
119 South Second Street. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
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ALBUQUERQUE DANCING
ACADEMY.
Open Saturday nights at Col
f ombo hall. Instructions from 8
if to 9 o'clock. Social dancing
IT from 9 to 12 o'clock.
FREE DEMONSTRATION
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38-Inch Silk Lansdowne In latest
evening shades. Regular- $1.25 yd.
value; reduced for this sale to 95c
yd., at The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
A full tine of liquors, wines and cor
dials. Family trade a specialty. Er
nest Meyers & Co., 116 West Silver
Avenue.
There Is fashion In goods as well as
In dress. We are going to give you a
few examples. Armour's extract of
beef demonstrator will do It for us.
Chafing dish cookery, dainty soups
and bouillions served to our patrons
all wek. It is all free, with our com
pliments. GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO
Piano for Sale.
Howard.upright, in perfect condd
lion; 3' years old: cash or Install
ment. Inquire of Borradalle & Co.,
117 Gold avenue.
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HANDSOME
FLORAL
DESIGNS
Pieces for funerals, weddings,
and all occasions, executed In a
thoroughly artistic manner. If you
want something out of the ordin
ary, try us.
IVES, e FLORIST
319 West Santa Fe avenue.
Auto Phone 718.
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PLUMBING
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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, Packing, 1 Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps,
Harness, Saddles, Leather, Ranch Supplies. VMte for Prices
LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH WEST
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WHITNEY COMPANY
H3-I15-I17 South Fin Street J 401-403 North Fin Street
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E. J. POST & CO.
CHAS. F. MYERS.
Proprietors
WM. M'INTOSK.
WIIOrRSALK
HARDWARE
RETAIL.
We Carry "The Best" Heaters and Ranges
CALL AND SEE OUR FINE LINE. WE WILL avp vom mnupv. COLE'S "HOT BLAST," "TUBULAR" HOT DRAFT, MOUNTAIN OAK
0 AND GREAT WESTERN HEATERS. RADIANT HOME, AMERICAN GEM AND PERFECT HOME BASE BURNERS. SUPERIOR QUICK q
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f MEAL, JOHN VAN AND PACIFIC STEEL RANGES. GALVANIZED AND JAPAN ED COAL HODS, FIRE snuycuo, ru,
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF RIFLES, SHOTGUNS
AND AMMUNITION. WE INVITE THE TRADE TO INSPECT THEM.
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WE CARRYTHE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF FOOD CHOPPERS,
BREAD MAKERS, CAKE MAKERS.
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THE FAMOUS STUDEBAKER WAGONS AND BUGGIES.
MACHINISTS' TOOLS A SPEC ALTY.
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
119 West Gold Ave. 122 South Second St.
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