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ALBUQUERQUE El ENTNO CITIZEN.
V.KC.F. fTIGTTT. MOXD.tV, ACGrsT H. 1907. V X 314 WEST RA1LR0ADAYE.U A Proposition In Shoes The three Important factors in footwear are Style, Kit and Quality. The proposition, Is how to secure them at the lowest cost. It is easy when the latter Is not lo he reckoned. But to soil Khoes that the mo.'t peo ple want, at the price they are will ing to pay rein'ires enterprise, capi tal, low expenses. All these things are In our favor, enabling us to solve the proposition to the satisfaction and profit of our customers. Become one of them. Men's High or Ixnv Shoos $1.85 to S1.00 Women's High or Low Shoes .'....$1.50 to $5.00 Children's High or Ixw Shoes 83 to $2.50 If in Need of Fixtures Call on 0 Reliance Electric Co. Cor. 5th St and Central Ave. We Have the Largest Stock of Fixtures Ever Seen in the City THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO. Plumbers 321-323 W-R.R.Ave. Tinners Alaska Refrigerators Our Line of Refrig erators is the most complete in the city Water Coolers 1 Jg! Savin Ice Pads White Ice Cream Freezers Water Filters Just Arrived A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest V mm THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE Diamond, Watches, Jewelry, Cut duss. Clocks, Silverware, your Undo and guarantee A SQUAItK DEAL. We Invite PERSONAL PA K A O 1 APIIS -f"TS-V io VOU UKV TIIK otixkn? owing to the fnct th.it even the beat carrier hoys The Citi zen Is uhle to secure will now ami then full to deliver your pa per nnd also owing to the faet that your neighbor may now nnd then unthinkingly approp riate The t'ltizen left nt your door nnd forget to return It. this paper has arranged with the Postal Telegraph compnny to deliver you an extra copy In the event that yours falls to reach you. There Is no addition al expense to you. If your pa per does not reach you by reg ular carrier call up the Pntal Telegraph company PHONE Nl'MHKIt 36 find tell them. A messenger hoy will supply you with a copy of The Citizen. In this manner, we can also keep track of the "misses" of our own carriers and you can get your paper ruin or whine. KKMKMBEK THE NUMBER PHONE 35. Hon. Solomon Laina, of L03 Lunas, Is In the city today. Attorney V. B. Ohllders returned last night from Santa Ke. Mis M. Paynter left for Chicago this morning on a business trip. Mrs. F. O. Lacy left last night to visit relatives In Kansas City, Mo. C. V. Safford. territorial traveling auditor, returned to Santa Fe yester day. Mrs. Mary Phelan returned last night from a five weeks' visit In Cali fornia.. Mrs. M. A. Sharp lef the city Satur day evening for a trip to San Diego and the coast. Misses Daisy Huntzlnger and J. A. Goss returned last night from an outing at the Pecos. C. K. Schaejfer, of Denison. Iowa, is .spending a few days In the city on a visit with friends. Louis 11. Trauer, a well known sheep Ibuyer. returned to the city last night from the east. H. O. Iiursum, mayor of Socorro, is a visitor in the city today, accom panied by Mrs. Bursum. D. D. Uronson, chief Inspector In the forest service, left on a business trip to Denver last night. U. E. Stoutenmeyer, an Inspector of the reclamation service, was a visi tor in the city yesterday. H. DuVal, of Santa Fe, was a visi tor in the city yesterday, returning to the capital last evening. H. B. irant and wife, who have ibeen visiting here for some time, left, today for Denver, their home. Miss Juana Armljo, daughter of Sheriff Perfecto Armijo, left today for a vacation at Jemez Hot Springs. Jay HuHbs, manager of the terri torial fair, 19 In Denver, where he is making arrangements for attractions. Juan K. Fernandez, of El Paso, spent Sunday in the city. He has been to the coast and la en route to his home. H. Fey, re-presentative of the Cud ahy Packing company, with head quarters at Wichita, Kan., Is in the city on (business. j Miss Ethel Wylder. of Jacksonville, 1 111., sister of Dr. Wylder, who has been visiting here for two months, left Saturday for California. C. P. Owen and wife, of Flagstaff, Ariz., arrived here last night from Jemez Hot Springs, where they have been visiting for several weeks. T. D. Burns, a well known business man of the territory, was a visitor in the city Saturday and Sunday, return ing to his home in Tlerra Amarilla, today. John Wiley and several other resi dents of Silver City who were recent ly called to Denver to testify in the case against the Lost Spanish Bullion Mining company, have returned to their homes. Uoy Stamm. secretary of the terri torial fair, will probably go to Santa Fe during the present week to ad vertise the fair and consult with sev eral persons about historical exhib its. Ralph Halloran, the life Insurance agent, left last night for Los Angeles, from where he will go to his home at Berkley, Cal. Mr. Halloran was In New Mexico looking after mining and property Interests and Incidentally j calling on a feiw Insurance clients. I The big sale at the Golden Rule j still booming. Chance to clothe your ' self at away down .prices. Music to- night by the Barnum & Bailey sex I tette under the direction of Professor i Ellis. Come and buy, and see what I your neighbors buy. Enjoyable oc casion promised. P. C. Labbe, sppcln.1 representative of the Occidental L'fe Insurance company, will lem tonight for a buMness trip In Arizona. Mrs. ChNrle S. Kessler, mother of Mrs. Dr. Rice, Is expected to arrive here from Wallas. Texas, on Wed nesday to visit Dr. and Mrs. Rice. L Ohlln, secretary and treasurer of the Ouani Trading company, at Guam, N. M.. Is spending several days In the city on business. Mr. ohlln was manager for the Ameri can Fuel company nnd Is one of the prominent men of McKlnley county. Mrs. Mary Phelan, of the Grant building, who has Just returned from a pleasure trip to California, expects to leave within a few days for St. Louis. Mrs. Phelan has received word of the death of her father and Is going to St. Louis to settle an es tate left by her deaceasej parent. The committee In charge of sell ing tickets to the benetlt dance to be given at Colombo hall Thursday night for the Mcintosh Browns are meeting with great success, nnd the Indications are that the hop will be a very pleasant affair. The Ellis or chestra of six piece will furnish the music. Over twenty tournnuts went from Albuquerque to Hear canyon yester day for outings. The number of camping parties In the canyon Is now large and a number of local sports men are making startling records In dove shooting. There are a number of Albuquerque people In Hell and Coyote canyons and they report the good dove shooting from that quar ter also. SHORT TALKS BY L. T. COOPER. SLEEPLESSNESS. JOE HARRIS IS DECLARED SM In the matter of Joe Harris, for whom a petition was riled that he be committed to the territorial Insane asylum at Las Vegas. It was decided by the court upon the evidence of County Physician John H. Pearce, who examined the man, that he was sane. Hence he was discharged. Har ris Is the young colored Methodist exhorter, who about a month ago was committed to the county jail for safe keeping. At that time he im agined that some unseen person was after him to kill him. E IS STOLEN mm CORRAL A horse disappeared from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dleck niann, 801 South Third street last night and the Indications are that it was stolen. The gate to the corral In which the animals was confined had been opened and then shut, but left unhooked. When It was suggest ed to Mr. Dleckmann that the horse might have Just gotten away, by un hooking the gate itself, Mr. Dleck mann said: "Oh, no. There Is - no doubt about It having been stolen." The horse is the animal until re cently ridden by Mrs.. Stanley Wells anil is valued at H0. It is a brown with two 'white front feet. The great Southwest Magazine, de voted to boosting New Mexico, Ari zona and the southwest, wants a sub scription a-gent for every town in ew Mexico and the southwest, uur lib eral proposition gives one an Income of 25 to 135 a week. Write us at once. 518 Temple Court, Denver Colorado. o NOTICE. I hereby give notice that after this date I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Elnira Lawers, except for medical treat ment and the filling of prescriptions. THOMAS K. LAWERS. Do you know what makes people lar wake and loss and roll about at night? uoctort tell you there are various causes. I tell you it's stomach trouble. I know it because I've seen thousands of cases and watched them. A atomach that Is over-crowded with undigested, decaying food mat ter effects every or gan of the human bodv. It Mil. headaches, constipation. MRS. GEO. WKISEU nervousness Impure blood, poor circulation and dulla .tie mind. It makes one restless and un easy. When your stomach is workina right you feel right. You sleep well and you eat well. People eome to me day after day and tell me they can't rest afir They have dull headache. At night they go to bed simply because they are exhausted. They catch a few cat naps nd jet up in the morning feeling as worn out as they did before. I hsve recommended Cooper's New Discovery, a regular diet, regular habits and invariably these same people come-to me afterwards and tell me they feeljSlch better because they cat well and slecpwell. Herewith is a sample. A letter I received from Mrs. Geo. Weiiel, 1121 Providence Road, Scranton, Pa., says: "I suffered for three years from stom ach trouble, inactive liver and rheuma tism. Everything I ate disagreed with ma and I lay awake night after night. 1 had no pleasure in life and could scarcely do my work about the house. I heard from neighbor of Cooper's New Disoovery nd I bought two bottles of it. It helped me right away. Now I have good ap petite and never suffer from indigestion. 1 sleep well and awake refreshed. I want to thank you from the bottom of mv heart for what this medicine has done for me." The Cooper medicines have a larger sale than any medicine on the market. Our c6stoincn speak highly of Uicm. TOO IiATK TO CLASSIFY. WANTED Places In this city to earn board and room by girls and boys who desire to attend the Uni versity. Address R. S. Asplund, 410 South Seventh street. FOR RENT To healthy people, 3 or 4 -room modern house, furnish ed. Inquire 713 West Silver ave nue. 1 FOR "SALE At a bargain, furniture of a six-room rooming house. Must sell at once. Apply 217 Vi South Second street. HAT SALE We have placed on sale for this week only about ten dozen of fine, nobby up to date Hats at greatly reduced prices to close out and quote the following prices $5.00 Knox Telescope Hats at 4.50 Stetson Hats at 3.50 Beacon Hats at 3.00 Tfger Hats at -3.00 Assorted Nobby Hats at $2.90 2.90 1.90 1.90 J.90 All these goods are the season's styles. They simply represent broken lines which we de sire to clean up before the end of the season Don't forget those Fancy Hose which we are selling at 2 pair for 25 cts. They are worth much more than that. Also bear in mind that what is left of our stock of Summer Clothing goes regardless of value or cost. CllVinW CTCD1VT The Central .JlljLYll Avenue Clothier BENNETT'S CURIO STORE t09 North First St. All Kindt of Indian and Mexican Goods. Tba Cheapest Place to bay Navajo Blankots and Mtxlcan Drawn Work Mall Order Carefully and Promptly rillmd. There's nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. Cures It In a few hours. Relieves any pain In any part. Piles get qulcx ana certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles, and its action Is positive and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by Its use. Large nickel-capped glass Jars 60 cents. Sold by all dealers. Our Black Cat stockings for men, women and children outwear any thing on the market. They are a boon to everybody who has no time, inclination or ability for darning; 12 ij to 50 cents paJr. C. May's Shou store, 314 West Central avenue. One pint mineral water cures and prevents constipation. Ask your gro cer for It. Economy and satisfaction are found In our Black Cat stockings for men, women and children. Prices range from 12 He to 60c. C. May's Shoe store. 314 West Central avenua. WANTED. A COMPKTKNT IIOOKKF.KPKR AND (dUiMTOH. ADDHKSS It. caitk citizkn' officio, 8tatinu kxpkuikxck, ami kxclosixg PROOF. 1UT. TALK. Everybody buys rugs. Rut do you buy a seamless? Futrelle Furniture Company. 1 10 S. Second St. When you desire Absolute Comfort In Properly r it ted Olasse Consult us. BEBBER OPTICAL CO. Exclusive Opticians Lense Grinding done on Premis s ATLAS EMPLOYMENT BUREAU 206 8. Second Street Wanted-Female Cook and House keeper DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS ALL THE TIME INCREASING IN VALUE STEAD ILY, 15 TO 20 PEIt CENT. WE HAVE FIVE IICNDltEl) UOLLAKS WORTH OF SMALL STONES WE WILL SEIJi AT liOWEIt PRICES TILVN THEY CAN E BOUGHT At WHOLESALE. VANN JEWELRY CO. One Door South of Drug Stonp. The Futrelle Furniture Co., West end viaduct, are receiving dally all kinds of household furniture and are prepared to furnish your house promptly, cash or payments. To save money and darning try style 15 for the boy and style 10 for the girl of our Black Cat stockings. Price 25c. We guarantee satisfactory wear. C. May's Shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. C O A L FOR CASH ONLY v - American Block per ton 96.50 Cerrlllos Lump 0.50 Anthracite Nut 8.50 Anthracite Mixed 9.00 Anthracite, furnace sizes 9.50 Clean Gas Coke 8.00 Smithing Coal. WOOD LUMBER MILL WOOD, Green Factory .as W. H. HAHN & GO. 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Copper Ave. f Tel. 74 Refrigerators, Garden Hose. Garden Tools WATER COOLERS HIGH GRADE ENAMELWARE LAWN MOWERS TREE PRUNERS McCormick Harvesters and Mowers None Better IJ'e Xecd the Room, You Need the Suit. 1 All Outing Suits HSE3CE3 For Men On SPECIAL SALE We how 45 Men's two- piece Outing Suits worth from $8.00 to $13.50, hardly two alike Sale Price Your Choice Only 7m5Q Only All Black and Blue Suits Reserved STUDY OUR GOLD AVENUR WJNDOWS E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY I Shaw's Bakery It's the talk of the town, those pies like mother (in law) made. Phone 1056 Wholesale and Retail Hardware and have one delivered. ' & Trhiimcd Hatw j Tor the Next Ten Days At I. ens Thau Cost to CIom) Out Summer Stock, j MISS C. P. CRANK, Millinery anil PivsMiimklni; Pnrlors, 512 i North Secoiul St. FANCY DRY GOODS StaiupliiK Iunn tn Onler. MulerluU for FANCY Mrs. M. C Wilson JyORK 224 W. Gold TICKETS BOUGHT. SCLO MiO EXCHANGED ' Association Offleo Tunsaetlons Cuarantteo RGSEKFIf Ili'S, II8W.S. R.Aie R.R. 6 0 49 White Plumbing and Tinning Alaska Refrigerators Mountain Ice Gream Freezers Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers Hercules Powder and Hieh Explosives Mine and Mill Supplies Mail Orders Solicited i f 3, tie. nr. mouth rift atromx 401, 403. North rirmt troot Albuquerque, lie Mexico