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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1907.
Whan you daalrm Abaoiuta
Comfort In froparly rittad
Olaaaaa Vonault ua.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
1 10 South Second St. :: Ltnsi Grinding Dom on Premises
Al.RnQtTEKQUE El ENINO CITIZEN.
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There is Something DUtinclive About
the Feet of the Wearer of Our Shoe
A Distinction Well Liked By Our Pa
trons and Alluring to Their Friend
The Wearer of Our Shoes Are Our
Best Advertising Mediums 4
If You Are One of Them You Know This, if not, it
Will Pay You to Become Acquainted With the Shoes
That Have the Most Pleasing Feature in a Shoe Un
surpassed. This Feature is FIT. As Near the Top
Notch as Ever Reached. 4 -fr 4 fr
Men's Shoos for Drrm or JStrcet Wear ..S2.50 to S3.00
Men's Work KImnw. the kind Hint wenr '. S2.00 to 3.25
-Men's Hiph Top Shoes, Hlm-k or Tun $3..V to ft.00
Woman's Shoe. Light or Heavy Weight $1.75 to 5.00
Women's Oxfords bih! Sllporsi ....SI AO to 4.00
Women' Felt .Inlletts. black or colored $2.1. to l.ftO
Mmh-8 for Hoys and tiirls $1.00 U 2.75
208 South Saoand
If j on omteiiiplnte Retting
new hat, you should see what
we have. We never allow our
mock to become depleted anl
pleked over, but replace every
article sold by another- just us
carefully made tin. The result
is Unit our offerings Just -now
are iw choice ax at the time of
Hir fall oj veiling. A large Con
signment Just reeeived. ;
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
109 North Flrat St.
All Kindt tt Indian mnd Mtxloao Coodt. Tba Cbaapast
Plata ta bar rtavaja Blankalt and Uaxleao Drawn War
Mall Ordara Carafullr and Promptly rillad. '
Diamonds," Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, Silverware. We
.,! . Invite your trade and. guarantee A Square Deal. 1
Boys' Extra Heavy Iron Clad Hosiery 2$ Cents
f ' r ,
that we would . delib
erately imperil our
standing and repute in
this community by tel
ling you that our
clothes are the best
made in this country
if they were not all
that we claim for them?
The day when that
sort of advertising
'paid" has gone by.
We say to you what
we believe is a fact
that our clothes,
made by Stein
Bloch, will fit you
better, make you more stylish, and last you longer
than any other clothes we have ever seen. 4 4" 4
TMS LA BEL 9$jt Ml5 Yri'M
IN THE JEWELRY LINE
riNE WATCH REPAIRING
Will These Prices Prevail
A. J. Chaves, of Estancla, Is a
visitor In the metropolis.
F. K. Webb and J. W. Khodes or
Helen, are registered at the Savoy
Col. I. K. B. Seller and S. O.
Andrum expect to leave tomorrow
for Death Valley, Cal., on mining
Hev. J. M. Sollle, rormer pastor of
the Methodist church south of this
city, haa returned to the city after a
Dr. J. c). Schwentker, of New
York, brother of F. B. Schwentker,
of this city, returned here this morn
ing from a visit to Fnywood Hot
George Tarklngton, one or the
chief train dispatchers on the Hunta
Fe, is here visiting his aimer, Mrs. j
(Uev.) Fletcher Cook, 608 West
Dr. F. A. Jones, the mining ex
pert, returned to the city this morn
ing from a professional trip to the
southern part of the territory, where
he went a week ago In the Interest
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Campbell, of
316 West Coal avenue, are enjoying
a visit from Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Hartley; who arrived last night from
Indiana. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs.
Hartley are sisters.
Kalph Johnson, who has charge
of a logging camp owned- by Albu
querque capitalists In nprthern San
ta Fe county, Is In the city visiting
his father, W. P. Johnson, president
of the American Lumber company.
3. v. , Key, superintendent of de
struction for the Santa Ft i the
the Kastern Railway of New Mexico,
Is authority for the statement that:
the Albuquerque-Itoswell passenger
ttain will be pu In service on De
L. B. Crawford, the well known
pharmacist, returned to Albuquer
qua this morning from Wlnslow,
Ariz., where he managed a drug
store for a company several months.
The company sold the store to a pri
vate party. Mr. Crawford was ac
companied by his family and expects
to make Albuquerque his home
Mrs. Chas. Frankl, of New York,
who has been stopping at the Alva
rado for a week, expects to leave
this evening for Klncon, N. M.,
where ahe will Join Mr. Frankl. To
gether they will go to Silver City.
Mr. Frankl Is representing the Val
ley Dew Distillery company of New
York In the southwest and made the
state of Texas, while . Mrs. Frankl
visited In Albuquerque. The Valley
Dew Distillery company Is on of
the leading liquor companies of the
E. Z. Horn, manager for the Blue
water Development company, left
last night for Blue-water, accom
panying a number of men Interested
In the proposition, who arrived from
the east. Mr. Ross says that th
late money stringency only interfer
ed with the work but a short time.
"We stopped for a few days," said
Mr. Ross, "to see how bad it was
going to be. The delay while watch
ing the money market during its
first summersaults may permit the
weather to Interfere with the pro
gress of the work, but If we have
open weather. It will make no dif
Overcoats $10.00 to $30.00
FOR THIS WEEK
100 men's good business suits $14.50
50 boys' suits for school $2.75 to $ 4.50
25 boys' overcoats - $4.50 to $ 8.00
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
Col. D. K. B. Sellers, real estate
broker, is in receipt of a letter from
Henry G. Droppleman, promoter of
the Albuquerque Brewing company.
a company which proposes to build
a large brewery and Ice plant In tne
city. Mr. Droppleman, who U now
at Lioulsvllle, Ky., writes that John
Ackerman, who owns large Interests
In three large breweries In Louis
ville, and his associates will - leave
Louisville at once, and Monday of
next week, will purchase the ma
chinery for the brewery, which Is
to be built here, of a St. Louis flrm.
s atfrdavs special sale.
Fancy coil fish, per .brick 11c
Sifgo, per pkg , 9c
Fancy pumpxln, per can lie
Fink salmon, per can 10c
3 pkgs of puffed, rice- 25c
2 cans of corn beef 25c
California tomatoes 10c
3 pkgj new mince meat 25c
3 glasses of Jelly 25c
Kagle Milk, per can 15
A choice lot of turkeys, killed and
picked on he farm, will be on sale
Wednesday the 27th. No stale colu
storage slock in ours.
Til K M A7.E.
Wm. KIKKE, 11-oprietor.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Fun SALE Four-room, modern
brick cottage. 4th ward. Cheup for
a feu days. I', t). Hox 218.
Foil SALE old lumber. Inquire at
117 .North First street.
Money to loan at 8 per cent on
good real estate security. P. O. Hox
Hest place to trade In town,
million (irocery Co.
W.itch for our announcement on
Thanksgiving Day. Beiihum's Indians
(! ,- .. '':' ' .-- J
Like Hot Cakes
20 small tracts of garden
truck and orchard lands, 15
to 17 feet above water, level
and under good ditches, one
and a half miles from city.
Only $50 to $60 an Acre
500 Choice Suits $1
and Overcoats at
Thif lot includes practically all of oar
famous "Sincerity" brand of clothing
which we have bfen selling at $17.50,
$18 00, $20.00 and $22.00.
Boy's $4.50 and
$5.00 Suits now
Other Clothing Bargains Galore
400 Dofcen Earl & Wilson 25 cent Collars, how
75 Dozen Flanelette 75 cent Shirts, now -
50 Dozen Fleeced $1.50 Underwear Suit, now
25 Dozen Wool $2.50 Underwear. Suit, now
50 Dozen Standard $1.25 Shirts, now
20 Dozen Balbriggan $2.50 Underwear Suit, now,
100 Dozen 20 cent guaranteed Hose, now
- Other Bargains
, Twenty per cent discount on all Trunks and Suit Cases. Twenty per cent
discount on all men's and boy's Sweaters. Big price reductions on men's Rain
Coats. With every pair of Hanan or Douglas Shoes we will give two pair fancy
hose worth 25 cents a pair, FREE. This is going to be a real SALE and it will
behoove you to hurry and not get left.
The Central Avenue Clothier
S - 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
Prepare For The Winter.
Buy Your Stoves Now.
A few "close in" residence
lots at original plat prices.
Seven fine business lots on
Copper Avenue Cheap.
Il- WOULD PAT YOU TO OOME IX AND HAVE U SHOW YOU SOME GOOD STOVES AXD
RANGES. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING THEM TO YOU WHETHER YOU WISH TO
BUY NOW OB NOT. THEY ARE THE KIND THAT GIVE S.USFAOXTON. ,v
COOK STOVES FROM $7.50 to $18 RANGES FROM $20 to $50 ,
WOOD AND COAL HEATING STOVES $1.25 to $18
We Also Have an Assortment of Sheet Iron & Tent Stoves Which We Offer at Reasonable Prices
I WE AIM TO PLEASE
Mattuccl . Bros., Props.
m-M W. njaraa Phona a I
E. F. COBB
Birds, a Specialty
We Own Ttis Property
All kindH of hay and grain at
Cliuniplun Grocery Co.
DR. C. H. CONNER
OSTEOPATHIC PHYOICIAN AND
All Curabia Oitaataa Traa'ad.
No Charg o tor Consultation.
32 N. T. Armljo Building.
Talephona a and 3MO.
Inquire Room 9 Cromwell
Building, Albuquerque Land
Co., Surety Investment Co.,
Broadway Land & Inv. Co.,
University Heights Imp. Co.
0. K. B. SELLERS
Withstood OUier Treatment But
(Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's
"Last winter I caught a very se
vere cold which lingered for weeks,"
aays J. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Onta
rio. "My cough was very dry ana
haish. The local dealer recommend
ed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
ami guaranteed it, so I gave it a
trial. One small bottle of it cured
me. I believe Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to be the best I have ever
uwed." This remedy is for sale by
IHNXKIl AND DITTCII LUNCH.
The Ladles' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church will give a din
ner at noon, and a dutch lunch in the
evening, from 6 to 8 o'clock, Friday,
Nov. 'VI, In the parlors of the Prefby-t.M-Uiii
church. Everybody invited.
Chicken dinner 35 cents.
HOUSES FOR. SALE
If -ou are rubdiiK horses for sale or
have one for stile it will make a great
difference in Lite nolilng price if you
liHe "Intifnational Stock Food" for
thirty days. It will often add $50 to
Ukj wiling price. It is absolutely
hurmlesH and can lie fed otto week,
one month or onto year with perfect
NUfety. A liorae that Is run down car
Ik; fed "International Stock 1kk"
for SO to 00 day ami command ivar
ly twio as fuxu mono - m rould
If yctt did not oae It. became "Inter
maoiuil Stock Food" will make an
extraordinary cliange. Tills Informa
tion Li Kpcclally valuable to liorse
R, W. FEE,
602-604 South First St.
AH mail orders given prompt and
The Lady Maccabees will give a
ball on Wednesday evening. Dec. 18,
at Elks' hall. Tickets 11.04.
DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS
ALL THE TIME
INCREASING IN VALUE STEAD
ILY 15 TO 20 PEIt CENT. WK
HATE FIVE HUN DREW DOLLARH
VORTH OF SMALL STONES WE
WILL SELL AT LOWEt PRICKS
THAN THEY CAN BE BOtTGHX Ar
VANN JEWELRY CO.
One Door South of Drug Btonp.
Signs and Decorations
Work well done no 'delay
At prices you can surely pay.'
State your plan and he win fit it
And you'll be glad that ,
"STACY DID IT
Plione 741. 325 South 2nd St.
Fre.sh Italian chestunts at Cham
pion Grocery Co.
Watch fur our announcement on
Thanksgiving Day. lienham's Indians.
Biscuits baked right In three min
utes every day next week at our
wtore. Wagner Hardware Co.
Watch for our announcement on
Thanksgiving Day. lienham's Indians.
Nothing more appropriate for
Christmas than a photograph. One
dozen cabinet photographs $3.00.
215 We IUili-ud Avenue.
Watch for out' announcement on
ThauksgivHig Day. li. nham's Indians.
Watch for our announcement on
Thanksgiving ly- Bnhani's Indians.
Fh 2.000 Pounds tt
In every ton of coal leaving our .yard, and
have always made this guarantee. The fol
lowing ad, or one similar to it, appeared for
years in both our daily papers.
2,000 Rounds Guaran
teed or a Present Made
of the Goal.
W Atofv ntw individual, firm or corooration
to truthfullv sav that short weight was ever V
given to any ot our customers. k i
we Handle tneuE&T uuuup uoai, Amer
ican Block, Crested Butte Hard Coal, Fur
nace, Stove and Nut. Also Mill Wood,
Mountain WoodKindling and Coke.
JOHN 5. BEAVEN
502 Southt First ((, r 7 J