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ALBUQUERQUE El EKING CITIZEN.
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Reasons Why You Should Buy Our Shoes:
THEY ARE STYLISH.
No matter whether you select the rawt extreme models or buy
the more conservative styles, they have the snap and finish that
made your feet look dainty and single you out a being well dress-d.
6nu around the ankle and over the Instep to hold the foot
In place, close under the arch to give the proper aupport to this
delicate part of the body, roomy enough for the toes without any
jmrplus leather to form unsightly wrinkles. Easy from the start
till they are worn out.
Only solid leather and first class findings go Into our shoes
and they are put together by skilled workmen. That's the rea
son they last so long and hold their shape. v..
THEY ABE CLOSELY PRICED.
We not only want to hold, but we want to increase our trade
nd therefore In our own interest we Invariably make the lowest
208 S oat b Second
THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO.
321-323 W. Central
Itev. W. A. rratt, of Ketancla, Is
registered at the Wavoy hotel.
C. A. Wright left this morning on
a business trip to Taos county.
'Hev. McQueen Gray, of Carlsbad.
N. M., Is registered at the Alvarado.
R. E. Olacker. of Estanda, Is In
the city for a few days on business.
O. F. Murray, of the territorial
mounted police, Ik In the city on of
BeA Blbo. general merchant at
Kibo. TTT W, was an Arbuquerque
According to the weather bureau
of the University, the rainfall last
night was 1.13 inches.
J. V. Key, superintendent of con
struction for the Santa Fe at He
len, is registered at the Alvarado.
B. O. Wilson, of the Continental
Oil company, returned to the city on
the limited today from a visit to San
iA marriage license was granted
yesterday afternoon to Dellfonsa Ar-
mljo and warranto u. Baca, both
drover Strong, of Denver. Is In
the city on a visit to relatives. Mr.
Strong has been spending the fum-
mer in ims Angeles.
Frank Dlbert. an official of the
Santa Fe Central railway, with head
quarters at Santa Fe. was an Albu
querque visitor yesterday,
Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daughter
passed through the city this morn
ing en route to their home at Santa
Fe from a pleasure trip to Cantor
E. E. Oldaker, Inspector of the bu
reau of animal Industry, from Tor
ranee county, Is In the city conferring
witn cmer inspector JLr Marion
J. E. Ward, one of the leading
contractors of Wlnslow, Ariz., re
turned home last night rfrer a -short
visit here to his many Albuquerque
Mrs. E. N. Peden, wife of Master
Mechanic Peden of the Santa Fe
Central railway, with iheadquarters
at Estancla, was among last night's
arrivals in tne city.
Marriage licenses were granted to
day to Prudencta Ttaca and Pranildes
Chaves, both of Albuaueraue. and to
conrada Auaya and Alejandro iMar
quei, both of .Martinez, N. M.
The closing out sale of Whitney
Company's retail hardware stock Is
now In progress at from 25 to 75
per cent reduction from regular
prices, jou can t afford to miss it
W. 8. Fullerton, of Socorro, ar
rived from the south this morning
and left on the California limited
for San Diego, Cal.. where he is call
ed by the serious Illness of his fath
Henry Gerphlde, manager of the
Belen Mercantile company, one of
the large general merchandise com
panies of the cut-off town, register
ed at Sturges' European hotel this
Privates Buck and Messamy, who
have been staloned at the local U.
S. recruiting office, left last night
ror Socorro, where they will do duty
at the new branch recruiting office
at mat place.
Twelve hundred sheep are being
shipped today from this city by Vic
tor Sals. The stock Is bo hi to a Mr.
Spear of Las Animas, Colo., and
came from the Bheep ranch of Mr,
sals In Valencia county,
Dr. B. F. Romero, surgeon for the
Hanta 'e central at Estancla, re
turned to his home today after
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Giant, Clocks, Silverware.
Invite your trade and guarantee A Square Deal.
O When you deelrm Absolute
Comfort In Properly Fitted
Olaaeee Consult .
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
110 Saolh Second St. :: Lmsi 6rlad1ng Done on Premises
IN THE JEWELRY LINE
riNE WATCH REPAIRING
DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS
ALL THE TIME
INCREASING IX VALCE STEAD
ILY, 15 TO 30 PEK CENT. WE
HAVE FIVE HUNDRED DOUiARS
WOUTH OF SMAtXi STONES WK
WIMi SELIj AT LOWER PRICES
THAN THEY CAN BE BOUGHT AI
VANN JEWEIiRY CO.
One Door South of Dnur Stone.
Destined to Become a Second
Denver Gained 3.000
Population In the
THE BEST BAR NONE
Our Great Strength j
Lies in Our Capacity for Giving
$ Most Value for the Money
True, we eclipse others in the freshness of our5g
offerings, in their high-grade quality, and in theS
excellence ot our service, but we know that our4
patrons recognize us primarily as the givers ot
good value. Not a bad sort ot reputation,;
either, we think o
visit of several days in the city. Dr.
Romero was called here as a wit
ness in the district court.
Miss Ethel Rose left last night for
Wlllard, N. M., to accept a position
with the John Becker company at
that place as stenographer. Miss
Kose was stenographer for the twen
tyseventh annual territorial fair association.
The parties In charge of the money
collected for the tie treating plant
yesterday paid for a site for the
proposed armory. The price Daid
was $2,500. The site is located on
West Silver avenue. The J. M. Moore
Realty company made the sale.
Mark Thompson, -district attorney
ror Dona Ana county, passed through
uie city tnta mornin en route to
Chicago, where he Is called on law
business. Mr. Thompson expects to
te absent from the territory sever
George Primrose, owner of the
Primrose minstrel troup which comes
to the Blks opera house tomorrow
evening for three performances, reg
istered at me Alvarado last nignt.
Mr. Primrose is accompanied by
The death of Mrs. Annie AIL aered
84 years, occurred at her rooms on
north Arno street Tuesday afternoon
The deceased has been in Albuquer
que tx-ven weeks, having come here
from St. Louis, where the remains
will be taken for burial. She leaves
a husband and one son.
J. O. Mace, contractor, has Dur-
chased the carpenter shop on Broad
way and East Central avenue from
Contractor J. W. McQuade -who,
with his family, has moved to Kan
Diego. Cal. Mr. Mace will mill re
tain his office at the corner of West
Central avenue and Fifth street.
Superintendents Etter and iMvers
returned to the city this morning
from a trip over the Rio Grande di
vision. Frank (Myers, the new super
intendent, will take official ctrarge of
the division tomorrow. Mr. Elter,
accompanied by his family, will
probably leave for their new home
at Arkansas City tomorrow night.
Mr. Ktter will assume the superln
tendency of the Panhandle division
on his arrival at Arkansas City.
People from the overcrowded east
who iiave been dealing In watered
stocks and wild cat securities, have
found that it does not pay, and as a
consequence are flocking to this sec
tion for legitimate industrial and
real estate Investments. It means
Albuquerque will . grow faster tlian
Two yeara ago outside residence
lots sold at from $150 to $175, a lot.
Now the same lots are reselling at
from $300 to $500 a lot. There is
no safer speculation or savings prop-
alosltlon than an Investment in a few
We are showing a large variety
of the latest styles in
At $15, $18, $20,
$22,50 up to $30,
E. L. WASHBURN CO.!
building lots here at the bargain
prices we will offer for a short time.
While anotner Dig proposition is
maturing, we have decided to clean
up a few choice odds and ends at
sure enough bargain prices, and
which will enable every one who has
a little money saved up to make a
very profitable and safe investment
by selecting something irom the loi
TjLxms iHalr cash, balance witnin
a yfl&r or discount ef 5 per eent for
all casib. . Five to 10 acre tracts of
splendid garden, truck or orchard
Lands, under good ditches, not over
mile and a half from city, only $50
to ISO per acre. (Similar land else
where in the territory is selling at
from $125 to 1225 per acre,
Twenty-two choice 60-foot Jots in
University Heights from $35 to $100
Sixteen choice 60-foot lots In East
ern Addition from $150 to $200 each.
Eleven choice "close in" lots In
Perea Addition from $150 to $250
Six choice "close In" lots in Grant
Tract from $150 to $200 each
Seven choice residence lots In
Honeymoon Row, Central avenue,
from $150 to $250 each
Three lots in Duran & Alexander
Addition from $100 to $150 each.
Four seml-buslness lots on First
street, from $400 to $500 each.
Seven business lots on Copper ave
nue Including corner $900 up.
One extra choice business lot on
Central avenue $1,000.
One good brick residence and three
50-foot lota In Eastern Addition only
One small brick house and two 50
foot lots in Eastern Addition, only
are the Owners. Perfect Title.
If you wish we will call and show
you around in our automobile.
Surety Invent men t co.
Broadway Louitl Investment Co.
I iiiveTHli lU4i4kU Improvement
Albuquerque Ind Go,
I. K. B. BIOJiKILS, Manager.
lto.Mii 9, Cromwell Ilulliliii.
Over K It. Washburn & Vo.'a Store.
Apple, all VariotlCA, .
California Head Lettuce,
MONARCH GROCERY CO.
Phone 80. 307 W. Central.
Copyright 1907 bjr
Hart SchsfFner W Marx
There's a right way
to buy clothes; and a
Come In; this la the
right place; and the
right way Is to find
Hart BduUfner A
Marx name In them.
It's here; all-wool
Warranted in every
respect as to fabric,
style and make.
Our Fall stock of
Overcoat Is also com
plete. Nobby garment
at reasonable prices.
' Fresh Meats
Staple and Fancy
Seasonable Fruits and
LUCOA OLIVE OIL
022-24 W. TIJermm fhoite Bl
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
109 North First St.
All Kindt ot Indian end Mexican Ooodi. Tbo Cheapest
Place to buy Navajo Blankets and Uexlcan Drawn Work
Mall Ordr Carefully and Promptly rilled.
Suits and Overcoats Custom
Made. Cost same as Ready
Made. Finest Fabrics. Cor
rect Styles, Perfect Fit.
ENTIRE SATISFACTION OR NO MONEY.
Clothier (J( Q PERRYf HaBcrdashcr
I to South Second Street
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
THE MQlOll HABIT.
If you neod fnrnlturn, call on Oias.
li. Kcppolor, 817-10 South Second.
Wool fringed rugs $2.50
Putrelle Furniture Co.
KTAGK IX) JKMFZ. IiF.AVKS 211
W10KT GOIiD KVtUlV MOllNINU AT
MKN IIAK;i l WITH
Bl'lM.liAKY NOT ARRANGED
George Elwuud and William Cordy
the two men arrested last week on
the charge of communing several
burglaries In this city, were brought
before Judge Abbott today, but failed
to plead, the court delaying their
arraignment for the purpose ot glv
ing them an opportunity to eek the
ail vice vl counsel.
Ilt. C. II. COXNKIl.
PIIYMt 1 AND SUU.1X
AI.I, I ltlll li DIMvXSKS TI1KIT
Kl. NO IIUU.i: FOH CON
kl l .'I't'i'lnv
OI'I'ICF. Sil N. T. AltMfjO ROI.D-
Ranges Ranch Supplies
Give Us a ' Call and Look Over Our Line
. Wliolowale and Rete il Hardware
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MINE AND MILL
113 115-117 SOUTH riRSTZSTREET AND 401-403 NORTH FIRST STREET
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