ALHUQUEKQUK KVKNING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY. JULY 13. 1905.
Linen Damask Towels,
With Knotted fringe and two
rows of open work all white and
colored border size 22x40 Inch
a 35c towel at, each
White Cotton Towrls,
Large Whlta Cotton towela that
will wash soft and give good ser
vice size 19x40 inch a bargain
at, per doz.
Albuquerque's Biggest Brightest and Busiest Store
SIX- GREM T DM YS IN THE LINEN PEP9 T. hlSis aIeXtee1
THE GREATEST SALE OF TABLE LINENS, TOWELS AND CRASHES in the history of Albuquerque. Thousands of yards of the best linens to be retailed at prices
that will impress you at odco with their remarkable lowness. Every experienced housewife is tempted by a bargain in linens, for the stapleness of linen values makes real
bargains the exception rather than the rule. It was a lucky purchase by our buyer in New York that enables us to come forward with such an offer. Every one should be
interested in this sale, especially the hotel and boarding house keepers, who are large users of these necessities. The values are unmatchable. This great sale is scheduled
for one week, beginning MONDAY, JULY 10.
Foil Bleached, Half Bleach
ed and Turkey Red.
HALF BLEACHED, all linen Dam
asks, full two yards wide neat
designs an exceptionally fine bar;
gain, and wortn buc per yara, at
50c Half Bleached Damask, at 39c
60c Half Bleached Damask, at.... 47c
65c Half Bleached Damask, at.... 55c
75s Half Bleached Damask, at.... 62c
FULL BLEACHED, all pure Linen
Damask, 72 inches wide pretty
patterns finely woven and fine finish
85c quality, at
35c Full Bleached Damask ..25c
,75c Full Bleached Damask 59c
90c Full Bleached Damask 75c
$1.00 Full Bleached Damask 85c
$1.25 Full Bleached Damask ....1-10
$1.50 Full Bleached Damask 1-25
$1.75 Full Bleached Damask ....1.59
TURKEY RED Table Damask 56
inches wide color guaranteed
regular 35c quality, at, per yard
UALF BLEACHED LINEN Nap-
kins 18 Inch narrow red bor
der; worth 75c, at per dozen,
35c kind, at, per dozen 25c
75c kind, at, per dozen 62o
$1 kind, at per dozen 89o
$1.25 kind, at, per dozen 98o
$1.50 kind, at, per dozen 1.25
$2.00 Full Bleached Damask ....1.69
40c Turkey Red Damask 35c
45c Turkey Red Damask 39c
50c Turkey Red Damask 45c
60c Turkey Red Damask 55c
tJEMMED HUCK T0WEL8 size
18x36 Inches with red border
towels that will wash up nicely just
the towel for rooming house at per
20c Hemmed Hack Towels each lf
25c Hemmed Huck Towels each
30c Hemmed Huck Towel each 23
35c Hemmed Huck Towel each 25
45c Hemmed Huck Towel each 39
25c Damask Towel each 20
35c Damask Towel each 25
40c Damask Towel each 33
50c Damask Towel each
60c Damask Towel each 4J
75c Damask Towel each 5!)
$1 Damask Towel each 85
12'2c Turkish Bath Towela each 10
15c Turkish Bath Towela each lS'ic
20c Turkish Bath Towel each..l5
25c Turkish Bath Towel each.. 20
30c Turkish Bath Towel each.. 23
35c Turkish Bath Towel each..
50c Turkish Bath Towel each..39
FRINGED TABLE CLOTHS ize
8x4all white and colored border
soft, glossy linen 1.00 cloth at
1.25 Fringed Cloth at 1.00
1.50 Fringed Cloth at 1-25
1.75 Fringed Cloth at 1.50
$1.50 Hemmed Cloths 1.25
1.75 Hemmed Cloth 1.50
$2 Hemmed Cloth 1.75
$2 Hemstitched Cloth 1-69
2.50 Hemstitched Cloth 1.95
$3 Hemstitched Cloth 2-35
3.50 Hemstitched Cloth 2-95
$4 Hemstitched Cloth 3.15
430 Hemstitched Cloth 3.95
$6 Hemstitched Cloth 4.95
$1.25 Turkey Red Cloth $1
1.50 Turkey Red Cloth 1.25
1.75 Turkey Red Cloth 1.50
$2 Turkey Red Cloth 1.75
CRINGED LINEN SET size of
cloth 8x10, size of napkin 16
Inches soft silver-bleached linen
pretty 'design very special, per set
Hemstitched Linen Set soft, Arm
damask size of cloth 8x4, napkins 18
inches regular $5 set for
$3.50 Fringed Set at 250
$6.00 Fringed Set at 4-75
$5.00 Hemstitched Set 3.95
$6.00 Hemstitched Set 4.75
$7.50 Hemstitched Set 5.25
$8.50 Hemstitched Set G-50
$10 Hemstitched 8ets 7.95
11.50 Hemstitched Set g.95
12.50 Hemstitched Set Q.95
That Can't Be Beat
at 59c yd
Fancy Silk for Shirtwaist or Shirt
waist Suits those soft, well-wearing
ilk that old readily at eighty-five
cent the yard.
at 95c yd
Yard Wide Silk Pongee that will
wash and wear well. There Is noth
ing better for waists, suits or coats
regular one twenty-five quality.
at $1.50 yd
Black Chiffon Taffeta 36 Inches
wide most practical fabric for hlrt
waist suits oil boiled fast black, aold
elsewhere at one seventy-five.
BLEACHED Twilled Cotton Crash,
17 Inches wide pr yd.
White Linen Crash 18 Inches wide
rith narrow red border also red
and blue checked glass toweling 10c
qualities at per yd
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OFFICIAL REPORT ON
BELOW THE USUAL
Preliminary returns to the chief of
the buieau of statistics of the depart
ment of agriculture, Washington,
show t"ae acreage of corn planted to
be about 94,011,000 acres, or 2.3 per
cent on the area planted last year.
The average condition of the grow
ing crop on July 1 was 87.3, as com
pared with 88.4 on July 1, 1904. 79.4
at the corresponding date in 1903, and
a. ten year average of 87.6.
The average condition of winter
wheat on July 1 was 82.7, as com
pared with 8a. 5 taut month, 78.7 on
July 1. 1904, 78.8 at the correspond
Ing date In 19f3 and a ten year aver
age of 89.3.
The average condition on July 1 of
spring and winter wheat combined
wiu bj.lv as compared with 84.5 on
July l. lmn. and mi at the corre
sponding date in 1903.
The amount of wheat remaining in
the hands of farmers on July 1 la es
tlmated at about 24.2ii7.oui) bushels
equivalent to about 4.4 per cent of
the crop of laFt year.
The aveiage condition of the oat
-rop on July 1 was 92.1, as compared
with 92.9 last month. 89.8 on July
1904, 84.3 at the corresponding date
In 1903, and a tin year average of
The ac reage of potatoes, excludln
sweet potatoes, Is lets than that of
last year i.y about 19,000 acres, or
4). 6 per cent. The condition on July
1 wtui 91.2, an compared with 93.
on July l. 1904, hs.i at the torre
sounding date in 193, and a ten year
average of 92.1.
The acreage of tobacco la less than
that of last year, by about 54,000
acies, or 0.7 p-r cent. Tne average
condition on July 1, was 87.4, against
XL.3 one year ago.
The reort alio Includes fruits and
'-various other minor crop, which will
4iy published In detail in thu Crop
THE XX CENTURY SEWING MACHINeH
.9 m V - . i
OR. J. E. KRAFT.
Rooms 15 and 16 Grant block, over
the Golden Rule Dry Goods Company.
Both phones. Appointments made by
San Francisco, Cal., July 13. One
of the most beautiful women in Lon
don, and an heiress has Just finished
a trip around the Horn In a sailing
vessel In which she acted as ship's
cook on the long and stormy voyage.
The young woman Is Miss Zolma
Ti avers, the only daughter of Colonel
Henry Curtis-T ravers, a retired officer
of the Ilritish army.
Miss Travers was threatened with
consumption last winter, and while
the social season was at Its 'height.
Manv eminent authorities on the dis
ease were consulted with the hope of
staying its progress
customed. Miss Zelma entered Into
the spirit of her rough surroundings
and her attention was soon lost in t-e
mysteries of navigation.
The Cliftdale had not been out
many days before misfortune set
tled uixm her and brought all kinds
of mischief aboard. First, one of
the crew went insane and made a
murderous attack upon his fellow
sailors. He was put In irons, while
one of the victims of his insanity was
laid up for the balance of the voyage.
Then there came up a fearful storm;
the spanker boom broke loose and
swept overboard two seamen. , ine
JThe highest type of FAMILY SEWING
MACHIN E the embodiment of SIMPLICITY
and UTILITY the ACME of CONVENIENCE.
Imitation the Sincerest Flattery
Cheaply made imitation of obsolete forma of Singer Sewing
Machine axe offered by merchandise dealer to deceive
an unwary public.
SINGER SEWING-MACHINES AR.E NEVER, SOLD
Thy go directly from maker to user, and can only be obtained
from the Company's employees.
Sold at Singer stores. Sewing machine rented or exchanged
Albuquerque, 218V4 Smith Second St.; Douglas, Arlt., Q ave.
and 11th St.; E31 Paso, Tex., 102 El Paso St.; Las Vegas. 622
Sixth St.; Roswell. 209 N. Main St; Santa Fe, The Plaxa;
East Trinidad, Colo., 301 W. Main St.; Tucson, Arlx., 106 E.
Congress St.; North Side Spruce St., between Gold and Sil
ver avenues. Doming, New Mexico.
A household necessity. Dr. Thom
ae' Electric Oil. Heals burns, cuts,
wounds of any sort; cures sore throat,
croup, catarrh, asthma; never fails.
There Is no cane of Indication, Dys
pepnla or 8tomach Trouble that will not
yield to the digestive and strengthening
Influence of Kldol Dyspepsia Cure. This
remedy tnkea the strain off the stomach
by digesting what you eat and allowing
It to rest until It grow strong again.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick: and
permanent relief from Indigestion and
The Indians at Cochltl and Tesuque
l uesday held a special feast in rever
ence for the Almighty for His answers
I to their prayers for bountiful crops
' this season. Great preparations were
made for the celebration and the en
tire population of the two Pueblos
age was prescilbed as the only hope
of a permanent cure. -
Just about this time Captain John
Nysander of the ship Cliftdale, ar
rived in port. He called on Colonel
Travers, as was his custom. They
were old friends, their friendship be
ing the result of long years associa
tion In India.
When the captain heard of the doc
tor's decision he Jokingly suggested
that Miss Travels make a trip witn
him around Cape Horn. He was to
leave Newcastle in a short time, witn
Valparaiso as his destination.
Having a decided taste for advent
ure the young woman eagerly seized
the Idea and expressed her determ-'
Inatlon to accompany the captain.
Her father and friends did their best
to change her mind, but her persist
ence ca; rled the day, and a Teluctant i
consent was finally given by colonel
Arrangements were then made for .
the voyage, and every precaution '
taken to secure the comfort of the
young girl and a traveling companion, '
a woman who had bad the care of
Miss Travers since her babyhood.
Leaving behind her the luxuries
Miss Travers became the Idol of
the crew, and upon the safe ai rival of
me Ulinaaie at Valparaiso, racu
sailor presented her with Home little
token of regard fashioned by bis
rough hand during the voyage.
Miss Travers la now In San Fran
cisco visltiuK fxUmd. She has re
gained her health and will leave
shortly for her London home,
to which she had always been ac-
all stomach troubles, builds un the svs-
,un in nopo vi i u i,, ,u - tem and so purities that disease cannot
A long sea voy- cook was caught In that wild sweep of atta(.v and a foothoid when in
the lioom, and being thrown violently a weakened
to tho lower, deck, sustained Injuries I druggists.
that placed him on the dismantled Hat.
It was then that Miss Travers
showed a spirit that took Captain Ny
sander's breath away. Knowing the
extremity to which the captain was
placed by the unfortunate circum
stances attending the voyage, she
she went into the galley and there
prepared the meals, not only for the
cabin, but also for the forecastle.
Rolling up tier skirts and tucking up
her sleeves, she dipped deep and vig
orously Into the pots and pans of the
galley, undaunted by the creaking of
tne timbers of the vessel as It braved
the mighty storm Into which It had
sailed as it rounded Cape Horn
Bold by all
Son Violently Insane.
The stalwart son of A. C. Thomp
son, of Clayon, was brought to Las
Vegas for admission to the asylum, a
violent maniac. Thompson, though
both hands and feet were manacled,
kept up a constant dance, whistling
his accompaniment, while he was be
ing taken from the train to a canlage.
He varied his movements occasionally
by attempting to strike the officer
with his nfanacled hands. He Is con
sidered extremely dangerous, and
cannot be left alone unattended for
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hayward, clair
voyant and business medium, 120
South Arno street. Office hours: 10
to 3 dally. Evenings and Sunday by
Jiaveritamo drfonof lll-bealth It leaves In Its nsth
more physics wiucks tlma probably 0er ouVSli
, Til"? i'l-iy !.. use nnon the first Indication
of tbe m.ilady iho system is usually sooura ed lib
ljuiiiinu,crtliut (loudly rulncral-culoiel.
Doix t Do It. It's Dangerous. It Uu't at all
aecotaury chlier. Wo poluvcTy pus'antie
tnnsvsrraudj-muKiKTiTci'its nj form of nwlnrta. It t
. jHirvljr brlrt. 11 all tin, Wi tu oTjntuliJJ
NEW TIME CARD
No. Z, Atantlo Express, arrive T:M
a. m.; departt:SO . m.
No. 4, Chicago Limited, arrive
11:69 Tuesday and Fridays; departs
12:09 a. ol, Wednesdays and Satur
days. No. t, Chicago and Kansas City Kx.
preas, arrives t: 45 p. in.; departs 7:46
No. 1, Los Angeles Express, arrive
7:30 p. m. : departs :1 p. m.
No. 2, California Limited, arrives
10:40 a. m, Mondays and Thursdays;
departs 10:60 a. m. Monday
No. 7, Ban Francisco Fast MaD. ar
rives 10:30 p. m.; departs 11:19 p. m-
No. 27 departs 11:30 p. ol, connects
with eastern trains
No, 22 arrives from south T:t9 a. m.
connecting with No. 2, eastbouad.
All trains dally except No. t and 4.
No. l carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping ears to Los
No, 7 carries through, chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping oars for Baa
F. L. MYERS, Agent.
W. N. Macbeth.
Kooma 24 ana 25, Harnett building, cor-
ler Kallroad avenue and Second street.
Mbuquerque. Appointments made by
nail. H ura: 8 to 12; 1 to a Open even-
ngs. 7 to K.
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. 8u Kallroad avenue Office hours
:M a, m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to t
. m. Telephone 462. Appointments made
OFFICE CLOSED UNTIL JULY
Bernard 8. Rodey.
N. M. .Prompt attention given to all
business pertaining to the profession.
WUl practice In ail courts of the terri
tory and before tbe United Btates land
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNBY-AT-LAW, 12 P street, N.
W Washington, u. o. Pensions, lands.
patents, copyrights, caviats, letter pat
ents, trade marks, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
N. If. Office, First, itatlnnal Bank build
Fresh Meals and Sausages
A Specially Fine Line
207 West Gold Aveune fi
BOTH PMONKB g
N. PEACH & CO.
Room 43 Barnett Building.
We have bargains In vacant lots and
improved property. It will pay you to
see us before making purchases. All
business intrusted to us will receive
E. W. Dobson.
well block, Albuquerque, N. At.
John H. Stlngle.
ATTORNEY-AT-UAW, Suite 18, N. T.
iArmlJo building. Albuquerque, N. M.
CLMMJL'.E P..DJ35 CO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail.
HIDES, PELT8 AND WOOL.
J. B. McMANUS, Manager.
602 South First StreetBoth Phone
f f A?K "
e The Albuquerque Transfer Co. V
sT bandies any old thing. Call at V
e" No. 110 West Gold avenue. Au- C
9 tomatic 'phone 362. Bell 'phone
e 155 black.
F. W. Spencer.
Kooma 44-47 Barnett building. Albuquer
ue, M. M. Automatic 'phone 666.
V. O. Wallingford.
Room 2, First National Bank Build
ing, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CONTRACTOR A BUILDER.
A. L, Morgan.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Esti
mates cheerfully furnished; Job work so
licited. Automatlo 'pnone TC4; Bbop til
North beoond street. Albuquerque, N. M.
C. H. Conner, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician ami surgeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
tieated. Offllce Barnett building.
Hour. 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. J. E. Bronson.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
FRESH EVERY DAY. AT MALOY'S.
for The ClUxen and get
Of Albuquerque Business College.
In addition to regular work we will
have Review Classes for teachers' cer
tinoates. high school, graded school,
and Spanish course. Opens Monday,
Ten weeks for 110. for any course.
For further particulars address
RAMSAY 4. ALLMAN,
Gleckler Block, Corner Fourth street
and Gold Avenue.
The date of the annual encampment
of the national guard of Arizona has
been set for Auguat 2 at Prescott and
great preparations are being made to
make this the most successful en
campment ever held.
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at I. C. Baldrldge's
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES
Roof Paint stops all
On gallon Devoea' Paint cover
300 square feat two coats.
409 W. RAILROAD AVE
UVERY. SALE. FEED AND
Horses and Mules bought and exchang
ed. Address W. L. Trimble h Co.,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
BEST TURNOUTS IN
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN RAILROAb
AND COPPER AVENUES.
Toti 8l Gradi,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY,
GRAIN AND FUEL.
Fine Line of Imported Wlnea, Liquor
and Cigars.. Plac your orders
for this Una with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
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