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1 1 LISTERINE
CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR I KEG BEER COMPANY
Offices Cor. First and Copper
1 CUMMER clothes are usually
Everything in Our Line. Write for Illustrated Catalog.
LEMP'S KEG BEER A SPECIALTY f
Thonc 138 P. 0. Box 311
i want them cool. If you want
The regular 50c size Listerine, on sale
1 them to fit and stay fit, buy
Crescent Hardware Co.
STOVES AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pumps,
318 West Central Avenue Phone 315
Use Kirk's Flake White Soap
Cheapest and Best Soap
on the Market Today
When buying Olive
OF LUCCA, ITALY
NothUtf Better on th Market
W. H. HAHN COMPANY
Tor I lio llt-st In Fui l of All Klntto. m
CBRU1M.OS MJMl ANTHUACITK, Al.h SIZES
GAM-UP J.UMl KINDMNO AND MIUj WOOD
GALLUP KOO unir K and PLASTUItINO limb
ANTA FK imiCK.
Wolf's Premium Flour
Made From Finest Hard Wheat
For Bread Making It Has No Superior
ASK YOUR GROCER
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The Finest and Must Delicious on the Market j
With two pairs of
bloomer trousers in
I all the nobby gray
i and brown shades
i and upwards.
Mail Orders Promptly i
E. L. WASHBURN
Oil be sure to get
SANDOVAL COUNTY INSTITUTE.
Tlii SiuiiIoviiI Count v ToiicIioin' In-
HtiMiii' will ln held at Horimllllo In
I till SIstl'IN Uf l.llll'lltl SI'llOol co n
! IIH'lH'llU on .llltll' .Ml. I li 1 1 . ,l s j in
.mil eontlnulim foui wed,- Mrs Alex
in Commd of tin Union city hcIidU
I will linvo uharKc The tuition will
I in 00.
Suporliiniidoiit of School.
If yon want n tj'llh home anil
bunny. c w . Trimble in Nrth
Second tit. Phone No. 3.
DUKE CITY CLEANERS
Wi Hfiin lint, in. ti' ntul wointn"
'tlnnjf, runs, curia tii, drapirle.
i s.t Gold. Phi.iu; 4 1 C.
Promptness Our Motto.
M VTIIIIAV'S ICK CHKAM
Scn Did standard fur nlisoliilo
jiurlly hm well s ilcllcloti fla
vor, lnst on being Bencd A
with .MiMtluu'N only.
Stop at the
J'...: i! rn r J'our'h nrd
' i trni on the WuV to t.
p.ii-i'.tl' e. Its the plinant' ,t
-lii p!u e in town tliese hot
'".i and w 11 tiiKe diliRii: in
lirosiuK to j ou that tvu ncrvu
lh murt ililkluua
Soda and Ices
Wholesale & Retail Confectioners
FOURTH AND CENTRAL
Crollott & Waters
ll'NF.HAI, IMItKCTOItS AM)
K M U.KIM K I IS -ml Ami I s I n 1 1 1 .
Ill Wiitl l'inl; Phono, Nllil or
TRANSFER :; COMPANY
Charge Reasonably for
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Tin: ui: i in;it,
Tuiiiulil mill Sunday rait: not much
chance In icniMnitore.
lr. Scliwcnlker, tpalli, iihoiK! 717
Or Connor, osteopath, Tel. tifiu-.'iS...
Mrs. I)uc ltrmciiwnltl left for Santa
IV todaj to spend the summer.
A Dunn Is In tlu- clly on business
from Itomvell. Ho arrived yesterday.
.Mix Dolor.' Ilunlni,' was 11 pasncn
Rcr for I.ori Luna tlitH moriiintr on a
5 C. Ilean anil Frunk Hoonicr were
In the city yesterday for the inrp
of dcinnustratitii; fire brick u.iioiik
K. II. Said a f. of the fulled Hlutiw
land office at Fort Kumiuir, nrriviil
In Hi'' city yesterday to attend lo
I''lvc eiifflmii from the lecent firo
in llii' Santa Ko shops at h'ellKiiia ,
All., are expected In the local ihopj
ior renovation ami repalis.
K V. 1 1 rake. Nupctintnndcut of log
i;in upci'iiHoim for the Santa llarlmra
Tie and l'ole compan), arris nl In tin:
My yeflerda.N from lloilKet. .S". SI.
The henl wIiiiih iiml lliitioiri fur fmii-
ih line are Hold In the lliteliechl hlot'U
on l ljcniH :i vi'iiiio iiotweon Kirtit
HUcei mill the liiuitn Ko (iiickH.
(I. O. Tuclccr, for hoiiio tlmo a tia
eltiiR uinlllor for I'rml Harvey, with
hentlriiiartur he.e, ert today 'tt re
turn to lilw work Willi the Nurtltwi.-.t-
S J.. I tun ll , a former liniHtor ine-
i"llalile at the A ltlilliiritle Hlops of
tin Santa I'e. wiih In the iilty lant
nluht and vltdtod hotwoeii trains with
Peal rallroail men.
11 J. Mill, a student at the 1'nl-
cmltv him rcllniiiilMlied Ills position
with the C. II rfluirp (-'oiiNttneilon
onipany at Abo Pam. ami rutinntd to
liU home hi (iukxPurK. Ill-, for tho
Ihlh" lie Wolff, a local iiiimlclan
whose work upon the cornet, Hiiare
drum ami effects at local pit I'll c
liiii.w iiiih made him a fnvorli" n
Hi i t . will lo.ivo on Aloiulm fr
luiivir. ami Inter for ( lilitiKo iiimI
POST CARD DAY
Uverybody ih pliinnlnK to m.ud awuy sonic tarda
on Juno 2nd to udvurllso New Mexico,
Our stock of local card a In tho lari;it tn thu
i,ty, and we aro koIiik to null AUU cauuh at lo
taih up to, and IneliiiliiiK, Juno '-"Jiul r n.
duJ s tlio Detroit cardu, thu llneflt oil t.. mark'H.
JOHN LEE CLAXXE, (Inc.),
Coma Ctntnl Ave. and Flat Si,
Per Bottle 2QC p
I'hilaili ipuia. w hore hi
. . ids tO f,-
. lou or hint rn I work.
' livery lioily Uiiowh whcie tin Hif
Ulieclil hlocl; in on TIJeniH nvcniP)
hiiween l'hst strool niul iho .Sittifi
IV iriieliB Il K lliu plate to buy the
Lest of itrocorlcH, lry rooiIh, liunl
wnro ami Kfiiernl nif n 1i:hh1Iki.
The xtorcUeeiier if the niimtnw
xhopn. Mr. Heath, In a mltdr In Al
hinpic niiic and wiih ait"iildieil at the
neWK of the IiIk llarHtott fliv, which
ileitro.eil the roiinilhousi there yuN
torilay On TljoniK avi'imi! lietweun First
si reel ami the Simla Fe i rucks Is tho
hl Haeliechl block the pluee to buy
the bout of Krocerlos, di j;oo(l ami
M neral .uoniluimllrio. A x.iecial point
Ih made of prompt delivers
William M Intoih arnveil In town
voMerihiN from IiIm Mk hi ep ranch 'it
.rfflntoMi .Mr McIiiIohIi sum tho
present sciihou Ih an imiiHiially auc
ecHsrul one for the sll. epnieli.
Miss Helen Anderson returned last
liluht from the iihi'ilm conservatory
nf mtiHli in Ohio, w'lier.. she linn been
pursulni; advanced work the pan win
ter MUn Anderson won excupilouul
honors at the (unions eonscrvatorv.
.1 Smith paid a fine of $j for
drunkenness this iiinrnliiK. A, A
Scott, arrested after the ncssilon of po
lice court, put up a $10 bond anil
wan rele.'iC'l pciulliiK a hcnrhiK- Ho
was i harued with drunkenness and
Frank A. lltort-.. the popular '
r tar of the ICIks lodttf, will Imxi
en Jul 1 for bin old home In West
Virginia for a visit t two weeks. He
will bo accompanied by Mm. Stortx
and family, who will leinaln away
.Mr. mid Mrs. Joseph c ltrowii mid
Mrs.. Mariiaret Medlor wore pahsen
ers for OsaKe. Kan , thlH inornliiK.
where the ladles will spend the sum
mer as KUestM of relatives of Mr"
Urown. Mr. drown will resume his
iiemitlt'H as traveling auditor tor Mir
Harvey system in two weeks.
SPENT FIVE W
OF LIFE IN JAIL
Captain Wendell, Who Takes
Charge of Salvation Army
Work Here, Had Interesting
i 'apt. O. Wendell, for some tune lu
hurKe of tin Salvation Ainu bar
racks In lloswell. bus arrived in Al
buiiui)iiue ami will look after thn
Interosts of the army here for thu
hum year r so 'a plain Wendell han
been wltl. the Salvation Army foi 'id
yearn, beemnlim a soldier when thcru
were only six cirps In the L'r.lted
.States. I'liptiiiu W'enilull has spent
five year of his life in Jail not uh an
ordinary prisoner. The captain was
never accused of any urcator crime
than preai miik on the .streets, all his
Jail seiilen i i ueintf fur thW offense.
It will be r mi inhered that "0 ycam
ni,'o .SalvnMonlNt:i were Jailed lu many
cities Tor tond'ieilim' open air nert
lees which, however, are permitted at
the present linn all over tho world
Captain Wendell then a private In thn
rankH. Insisted on preuchln the work
of tho .SiilMili'in Army on the streets.
He was am Med ho many times that
he spent pr.e tlcally five eurs In Jail.
The captain wan Jnllud dozens of times
In Chicago Kansas City. Clinton, la.,
and .MarHhalltown. la. While In prl.
on WeiidiH made a study of prlnotiurn
and prisons which has stood him well
la hand In carrylnn on the Army
Captain Wendell will jjlve his flirt
open air service In Athlifiuiripio at 7
o'clock tonlKht on Central avenue,
He will tell the story of the Prodigal
Son, to lie followed 1 a lecture In
the Aniiy hall at o clock on tin
"White Slave Traffh The cnptnln
will ri'"ite many experiences which lit'
has had in attemptlm; to break up
white slavery durlni; his -fi yeatx'
work as a Salvationist Kvervbody l
imltul to the upeii air unitlm; and
to the uurrarks
CIH IMNAeER FOR
Well Known Young- Man As
sumes Important Position
With Life Insurance Com
pany With Headquarters
Aniinuiaeinent made today by
Kecretary-.MaiiaKer J. II O'Klelly of
the Occidental I. If. insurance com
pany that Henry Connelly, a well
Uuowu Albii(Ueritie vouuk' man, bus
been appointed cli manitKer for the
life department of the Occidental Mr
Conmlly wiih lor two sears with tho
Hank ot Commerce here and later
with the Continental on company,
rcxiKiiluK the latter position to be
(nine Identified with the Occidental.
A lesldent of AlbiuiU' ripie for many
years, Mr. Connelly is a competent
ami capable oumc uiau, enjoys, a
wide lutitialutancc and has the confi
dence of hiH iiFKocIatcs and of the
bent peopl. of thu town His appoint
ment as il manager tor the life de
partment of the Occidental is an Ideal
Olio In even way. Mr Connelly will
hcKlu hiH iliitica with tlx Occidental
within a ft w days
W. M. Gray, "The Busy Pho
tographer,'' Has Installed
Printing Machine Which
Enables Him to Turn Out
Perfect Pictures in Record
The title of the hiiny photograph
er" Ih by no means a mere ndvorllH
I ii k catch phniHo as applied to V. M.
Gray ot thl city. In tact, the excel
lence of Air. Oiny'H work bus been so
strenuously i ccoKiilzed dm Ink tho
paM few months that, In order to ei
out pIcttireH with sufficient prompt
ness, he has beuii uhllKcd to luMull
apparatiiH which Is lounil only In tho
laruo city Muillos, The featuro of tho
new Gray equipment Ih a prlntlnK
machine a device which, by mcaiiH
of a lilKh-power arc lump, tniikes Mr,
Gray entirely Independent of weuth
ir conditions. With this inuchlne,
which was Installed at considerable
expense, the Gray studio can multe
prints day and nluhl. and at oxtraor
illnary speed. Tho result of Mr, Clray'a
imtei prlse Is that he can turn out per
feel pictures In record tlmu.
HouuiikiiinairH. Try the Hueliuehl
block Hloro TIJernH uvtuiiio ncur Sun
tu F triickH-for urocerlt'H, dry kooiJh
uud Kcncrul nierclmndlHe.
lad The XtraU Wait
A4i. Tfcty. IwilU.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes; all-wool for wear, for shape-keeping,
for service, and Hart Schaffner &
Marx name in them means correct style.
Suits $18.00 and up
THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER
This store is the home ol Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co.
Imported anil IKimmtlo (Mi. HftwJiiltr f I.ihh Purr Olive, oil.
WiwIeMle ami Itrtail l.Uftr. Agcvx for Mn Antonio Mine, AIva?H
Vtvah. lrlc ItlgliU Call, rheac or Buid for HnlUJtor. Phone 1U2.
ALBUQUERQUE BOTTLING CO
i.iim im: vyn: si'iti.NtiK ni:nvi. w vn.u
I'riini the Orliiliml Harwell Sirlug In 'unt fanon. I'urlii
All kinds ot ShIiu. mill tlio Sm-HmI JIIkIi Ihill (.Inuvr Me
:tor, MiitTii i nisr st. imiom: hi.i
YAQUIS PONDER ON!"
WIR ONCE MORE
Restless Tribe of Fierce Mexi
can Indians Said to Be Con
sidering a Few Raids on
Tnmon, Arid , June 2.1. Advlcoi ro.
celvi'd lieu Indicate that there Is com
aldcrable unrest .iinon the Yiuitil at
proHont, and thai tho report h of dht.
quiet hroiiKht In a few days iiko aro
not only well foiiiiikd but too conserv
ative No Indications are kI von by the lat
um news aH to the number of YaipiiH
111 the Held III northern Mexico, but
tliolr number hooiiih to ho coiihIiIit
ablo and they aro tvcelvliiK accun
nloim to their ranks dvery day
Many of eho recriillH aro holm;
drawn tmin Huuthern Ail.oua, where
laifte iiuinberH of tho YiuiuIh are em
ployed ou tho rauchex and fniiiiM It
Ih said iiaiiy of these itmclieH havo
been entirely deserted by tho Indians,
who have none lo Join their coniradei
In the Rtrncsle for tho land formerly
owned by them.
TUNNEL IN NEW
Municipality Will Derive Wa
ter Supply From Unique
Source; Rancher Has Al
ready Struck Good Flow.
Iftprclal t orrminilrnrr In I he llrmlill
.Socorro. X. M.. JuJiie ii - Tho clly
of Socorro has let a contract lor a
"r.o-foot tunnel Into thu Hocorrn
mountains for the purpose of scmir
I ni,' an adeiu..t,i water supply. The
work has already commenced and two
itmall streams have been crossed by
tho contractors and there are eiieour
ti ifl it i Indications of tlndltu; a plenti
.7. i:. .Smith has u fine nursery of
1.000 eholcu fruit trees and a larjpj
number of bcarltiK Kraie vIiuh which
lie In preparing for traiisplaulim; on
hla ranch at the foot of tho Hocorro
mnuntalii. .loe has tunneled Into the
mountain and struck u fine stream of
Tho preHsure if Ibe oily water de
rived from the same locality has been
low for the past few wcckn on ac
count of unusual. Harden and lawn
Irrluatlou, and Mr, Hmlth bus kindly
donaled bin flow until tho city cub
make further arranRemeats.
Tho I'rovldeneo Mines and Devel
opment company Is uloanluj- tip
uround lliu old Mineller bulldiiiK new
chutes and making preparations In
mineral tor early dovulopinent work.
New inacblniiiy has been ordered
mid the remodelliifc of the old stamp
mill will IickIii uh Noon as. It Is re
ceived. It In understood there In
plenty of capital behind the work.
HunerlBtcadtut aturllng- of ( Al-
Now Is jour I'liuuce to leplenisli
our Uipl, of Mich i-enllal. a-i
huh e, forks, -IHMU-, iiuei and all
Hie I'aui'V pline- In I'latwaut. If
.Mill ilou'l nii'd liieio now ou mHI
for i'hauUlliiK and the price-, at
which e are oUciln tlie-e immIs
now U ifilalnl eduee.
Come ami bsiU Ibcin hut
vATCHHAKCRS S JEwCLCM
107 W. CENTRAL AVE
n.viti uoiuii:i(.9 iti:
about our bread No mutter how
hard you work, either wllh miiK'lo
or brain, you will lind plenty of w.U
InfylniT iioiirlnhmetit in thin hnKul of
ourn, We bake all kinds: whuat, rye.
Kraham, Kluton loaven, me. Our roll,
pies, pastry, etc., are of tho saint mi
J07 Soillll Hir-t Street.
buiUerrUn public sehwols has been
hohllm; Institute here for tho past
,threc Weeks, There 111,11 wilne lift
teachers In attendance. '
MIsh Anna Nordlander of the Ho
oorro .State hank, toKether with her
sister ICIIzabeth, mauaiter of the I'mtnl
TelKraph, left for a two monthi' va
cation 011 the California beatihew
Tho new auto road to Maiilahinu
l proBreHsliik' rapidly. The work Is
helm; done by convict labor
Socorro society will mius the hpp)e
crowd that ift for l.oo An:iJc" on
No. K Thursday afternoon, chuperoni.i
by Iv. and Mrs. C G. niincau. Missis
Kellco Hilton, I.ouihi ritvi;crald, Husu.
ricott and Mvrtlc I'rost were anuuii;