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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, JUNK , 1W.
A YTniWFST Pfl ! IDOfi DAVF iirsJ
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Tlioy lat loin rnnugli to
convince Ihclr wcnrcr that
Im.vlnn tltcm wiw a good In
lk-sllcs ilciiiuntratlnff this
tint, tlicy fiinil-.il at llio mmc
time a comfortable feeling.
Tin? ca.se tliry give without Uie
Mu'rifUv of style U where they
never fail to give tlicm-x-lves a
good recomiiiomlatloii. When
our shoes are once worn their
uo liecumm continuous.
PA RAO RAP IIS
Ipnver, Coin., .Tun 3.
fair tonight and Tuesday.
Men's Patent Colt Shoes ami Oxfords Jttt.OO to $1.00
Men's Viol Kid Shoes and Oxfords 2.50 to 3.50
Men s IWx Calf Shoes and Oxfords 2.00 to
Women's Patent Kid Shoes and Oxfords 2.50 to
Women's Viol Kid Shoes and Oxfords 1.75 to
Women's Canvas Shoes and Oxfords 1.50 to
Slwies and Oxfords for Itoys and Girls 1.00 to
GEO. W. HICKOX T. Y. MAYNARO
We Are Displaying
Just Now, a Very Choice Assortment of Pickard's
Hand Painted China
Also Some Specially New Designs in Cut Glass
The HICKOX-MAYNARD CO.
NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS
The Arch Front South Second St.
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
tOS North Fir at St.
All Kinds of Indian and Maxlean Goods. Tba Cbaapast
Placa to buy Navajo Blankats and Maxlean Drawn Work
Mall Ordara Caratully and Promptly rillad.
The J. H. O'RIELLY DRUG CO.
The busiest drug store between Denver and Los Angeles. We have
recently refitted our ice cream department and can now accommodate
fifty people at a sitting. The best of everything in our line.
AN ELEGANT LINE Of LIB BEY'S
BRILLIANT CUT OLABf
H. E. Fox, Secretary and Manager.
THE WAGNER HARDWARE CO.
Plumbers 32 1 -323 W. R.R.Ave.
erators is the
in the city
FTPT rrm -, - - i r ' m
A. A. Pedlllo left for .Socorro last
night on business.
John Kennedy, of Oallup, was in
the city over Sunday.
V. Anderson arrived here from Lo
W. V. Meredith, of Alameda, was
in the city yesterday.
H. Itomm, of Jerome, Ariz., Is in
this city on business.
John Oliphant returned yesterday
from a visit to lenver.
O. V. Tyrrell, of the Wand mining
camp, arrived here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Putney visited
friends in Santu Fe yesterday.
C. X. Cotton, a prominent whole
rale merchant of Oallup, Is In the
city on business.
Mrs. M. X. Tomer arrived here
from Tucson yesterday for a short
visit with friends. 1
J. J. May and wife, of Hillsboro,
arrived here yesterday for a visit
H. J. Hagerman. of Koswell, N. M..
Is in the city today. He is registered
at the Alvarado.
Max P. Kempenich, a prominent
merchant of I'eralta. visited over Sun
day with relatives In this city.
! Attorney Elfego Baca left last
I night for SSocorro to attend the ees
i sion of the district court there.
I A. M. Espanosa left this morning
I on train Xo. 2 for" Chicago, where he
1 was called on a business mission.
I J. Whlttaker. a traveling man from
! X'evv York, left this morning for Chi
cago, after making a canvass of this
I Walter Myers Is the new round
house clerk, succeeding J. E. John-
I son, who accompanied his parents to
Los Angeles last week,
I Miss Roberto Lnngland, niece of
1 Mrs. Helle Lee, of 301) South Hroad
j way, will leave for her home in San
i Francisco tomorrow evening.
' Born, Saturday, to Mr. and Mrs. J.
! H. Crlswell. of "IS South Arnot
1 street, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Crlswell
! came here recently from Des Moines,
i Iowa, for the latter's health.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kurtz and
daughter, w ho have been In the city
for several days, left this morning on
belated train Xo. 4 for their home In
H. J. Conner and W. R. Forbes,
deputy United States marshals, who
attended federal court at Alamogordo
last week, returned home Sunday
night. The grand jury there returneu
i eight indictments.
Ous Thelin and a patty of friends
l?ft this afternoon for Jemez on a
little outing. The men went in a
! wagon and on account of the bridge
nt Corralles being out of commission
they crossed the Rio Grande at Ba
A. C. Shaw, from Washington, D
i C, of the legal department of the
national forest service, is in the city
! on government business. Mr. Shaw
Is visiting the western reserve con
ferring with the officials of the for
j James II. Smith, deputy t'nlted
' States marshal, who went to Denver.
Farmlngton, Durango and Sllvvrtoii
last week, returned home Saturday
night. Mr. Smith was sent out to
serve summons on witnesses and Jury
men called for the term of the federal
court In Denver.
One Berry and one Sweeney, two
arunks, arrested by the police Sunday,
will be arraigned Bt the new police
court room this afternoon. Court was
assembled in Justice of the Peace
Craig's office this morning, but on
account of the men being too drunk
to testify it was continued.
A. T. Fitzgerald, a prominent rail
road contractor of Chicago, Is in the
city visiting Col. W. H. Oreer. Mr.
Fitzgerald Is the man who would have
built the Albuquerque Eastern rail
road hail that company's Intentions
been carried out, and it is highly
probable that he will still construct
the Hue as lirst planned.
John Kennedy, a well-to-do cloth
ing merchant of Oallup, transacted
business In the city yesterday. Mr.
Kennedy says that the new town of
Crescent, where an exploitation Is be
ing made for oil, Is nothing but a line
of surveyor's stakes as yet, but the
promoters continue to take up land
as though they knew what they were
fine. More than that, the ranges have
received such n benefit from the fine
rains that If y doesn't rain sgain all
summer, they will remain in first class
"I think there l too much calamity
and not enough sunshine In the talk
these days. The recent backward
weather is a mere circumstance. It
Isn't going to hurt anything In par
ticular and Is going to do a whole lot
of good. At least that Is my Impres
sion." Although much of Ills time Is taken
up with business Mr. Sims fishes now
and then. He says some of the finest
trout of the season are being caught
In the Pecos river although the water
Is rpilte high.
"We first started out to do a
straight ranching business." said Mr.
Mills, nut so manv people were
struck with the cllmatp. scenery and
trout flsmng that We were constantly
besieged with applicants as summer
oanters. vve made room for a few
personal friends nnd then finally we
found that we could handle a few
more. Gradually they kept coming
until our cook threw up her hands
and left us. Now I'm no rook but I
llil my best. I took off my coat and
waded Into the kitchen. It's a won
der some of thoe boarders didn't die
of dyspepsia. Then the other evening
I went on a strike.
"I'm down here no'v pursuing that
vision of all true bliss a cook. I
don't care how I get one: fair means
or foul, but I've got to have a cook.
There's a bunch of people up there
with big healthy appetites and they've
got to be fed. I don't mind ranch
work but I've drawn the line at
'wrangling the biscuits.' "
A year ago Mr. Sims with his
brother. Herbert Sims. I.az Noble nnd
Frank William" bought the Valley
ranch, the Red Houe ranch anu ad
join lug property. Mr. Williams was
the practical ranchman. Since that
time the young men have done re
markably well. The range 1$ stocked
with good cattle, they have one of the
biggest chicken ranches In northern
Xew Mexico ami have placed a large
tract of land under Irrigation securing
the water from the Pecos river and
"I've traveled around considerably."
said Mr. Sims, "hut Xew Mexico Is
about the best id. ice I ever found and
I am contented to lead the simple life
up there in the mountains. The re
sources of New Mexico are unlimited
In all lines and her future certainly
Mr. Sims was a guest at the Alvar
ado today. He will leave for the
ranch Tuesday. He found a cook.
Babies' soft sole shoes and slip
pers In any coior Soc a pair at C.
May's Shoe store, 314 West Railroad
Grand combination furniture sale.
Wednesday afternoon, June 6th, 1:30
o'clock sharp, at' new Raynolds
building, west Central avenue. Mrs.
R. W. S. Negus and Mrs. Carl Gill-
man .both well known residents of
the city, will dispose of their hand
some furniture at auction. Xo sick
ness in either family; goods need no
recommendation. Sale consists in
part of Charter Oak range, gas range,
linoleum, laundry stove, two rerrlg
erators, two kitchen cabinets, tables.
utensils, dishes, two dining room
suits, two sideboards, china closet,
bookcase, round table, base burner,
two chiffoniers, mahogany dresser
and dressing table, brasg beds, fold
ing bed. library table, solid rosewood
sofa, inlaid mahogany table and desk.
birdseye maple dresser, washstands
and dressers. 1400 upright piano in
actual use about a year, Morris chair,
serving table, carpets and rugs, sani
tary couch, hair and Ostermoor mat
tresses, rockers, chairs in fact,
enough to satisfy the most fastidious.
See goods Tuesday before sale.
H. S. KNIGHT, Auctioneer.
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I HERMAN ZWEIGART g 1
8 PROPRIETOR fi I
P Arno & Coal Phone 185 I
The Cheap Clothing
Hobby is a Bad One
If you want your thin
summer suit to hold its
shape and color, if you
""V want no kick to come in the
end, see that your suit is of "all wool" and from a reputable
Such Suits are reasonable at $15.00 to $25.00.
He will soon learn, who experiments with shoddy
clothing, that it is not satisfactory.
Men are learning every day that the betterkind of
clothing is the most economical in the long run.
One of the Joys of Spring-Low Shoes, Tan or Black
We want to call your attention
to our Shoe Department. We sell
the two most popular lines in the
United States. Our Hanan and
Douglas brands both prize winners
in their class
Prices $3.50 to $6.50
We have just opened up some
beautiful new things in Low Cuts.
Call and Soe
SIMON STERN It.SL
J K liS',1 n IliCIIJ W
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
Between Railroad and Coppar Ave., Tel. 74
Refrigerators, Gat den Hose, Garden Tools &
Morelli, the Tailor
Ladies' and Men's Clothing Clean
ed. Pressed and Repaired. Men's
Suits made to order. All work guar
anteed. Pri-es reasonable.
1 OS N. First St.
Hunter's Wagon Yard
200 N. BROADWAY
We buy and sell horses, buggies,
and everything in live stock and ve
hicles. TZLEPHONE 627
FOR A COOK
A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton
and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers,
Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest
Diamond, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Class, Clocks, Silverware. We Invite
your trade and guarantee A SQCAHK DEAL.
Valley IIiiik'Iiiiiiiii is Tired of "Wrang
ling tin- KiM'iiitV .Sims Says I'rult
In l'Kr IVcoh Is Not w lladly
Iamag'tl by ( old Weaiher
Trout risliiiiir l'liu-.
"I do u..t like to hear this calamity
story about the fruit crop being killed
and other crops badly damaged by
the recent cold weather." said It. H.
Sims, one of the proprietors of the
Valley Ranch, of the upper I'ecos val
ley. "I have not been in other portions
of the territory," said Mr. Sims, "but
I know that on our ranch we will not
lose over tn per cent of our fruit if
we lost that, and the other crops are
FANCY DRY GOODS
Slumping Done to Order.
Mrs, M. C Wilson 224 W. Gold
C. H. Cams, O. D.
The Railroad Avenue Optician
Eyes Examined Free
1 14 Railroad Avenue
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Mrs. A. II. Meyer, 910 South Third
"ll'uiowr SnfS Make' the Feet GLul."
The Best Medium Priced Trousers on the Market
O U R G U A R A X T K K
You may buy a pair of Dutchess Trousers and wear them
two months. For every suspender button that comes off we
will pay you Ten Cents. If they rip at the waist band we will
pay you Fifty Cents.
If they rip in the seat or elsewhere, we will pay you One Dol
lar or Give You a New Pair.
E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY
3 119 West Gold 122 South Second
424 NORTH SECOND
GIELITZ the TAILOR
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
N. T. Armijo Building. Room 7.
Supplies Finishing for Amateurs,
loan Kodaks free.
On the Corner
The Leading Stationer.
121 R. R. Ave.
New Line Just Received
MISS C. P. CRANE
5 1 2 North Second Street
McCormick Harvesters and Mowers
Sweetbreads Beef Tenderloins
Brains Pork Tenderloins
BUY MERRITTS jST CREAMERY BUTTER
in , r
A New Supply of
I FRESH DRY BATTERIES
Direct Ftom the Factory
! Just what you
Just what you
The Season's Newest
X5hQ Ideal &hoe A
W Is the place for fash-
' lonable and timely
High Grade Shoes &
Our Specialty S
rJ MS II U lULnL U UL U I IJ 1 1 L tits.
1 Reliance Electric & Cons'. Co At
Lean Hertng, Manager K
L SOI Wet Railroad Avenue. Phone 131 W 216 West Railroad Ave.
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8 WMBTWEY COMPANY
Wholesale Distributors -
Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and
Not Made by the Trust
Rr TICKETS BOUGHT, SOLO
Ljf AND EXCHAHSED
I 1 Association Offleo
ROSENFIEl D-S. II8W. R. R.iii
Lightest Running, Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost
- - - Less for Repairs - - -
vsi FULLY WARRANTED
Write For Pri
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