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ALEUQUEKQUE ElENINQ CITIZEN.
THURSDAY. NOV. 11. 1007.
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314 WEST RAILROAD AVUS
It Costs More to Make
it Than Others lust as
Stylish Looking. ot
Thlg In th reason why o many
hws are not durable. They are
only to sell.
If you want to be sure of gel
ting durability as well as style,
buy our ahoea. They look well,
fit well, wear well and are closely
Men's Dress Shoes
.'. $2.50 to $1.00
Men's Work Shoes
$1.85 to $3.00
Men's Hunting Shoes
$.1.50 to $5.00
Women's Dress Shoes
$2.50 to $5.00
Women's Street Shoes
$1.75 to $3.50
Sf .10 to $3.00
85c to $2.50
1 10 South Second St.
Whan vau rlmulrm Jkmiufa
Comfort In rroporly rittcd
Qlasaea Conmult u.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
Lensa Grinding Dong on Premises
208 South Saoend
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
109 North Flrtt St.
Mil Kindt ot Indian and UaMlean Coodt. Tba Chaapatt
Plaaa ta bay Karaje Blankatt and Uaxlean Drawn Work
mall Ordara Carofutlv and Promptly miad.
THE v , ,v
Diamonds, Watcbea, JeweJrr. Cut Class, Clocks, Silverware. , , W
Invite your trade and guarantee A Square Deal. ' v;
We carry the biggest and most elaborate as
sortment of Dress Clothes to be found in the
city. Our fabrics have been carefully tested and
we can vouch for their wearing qualities.
Your order if placed with us will be made up
with all due care and attention, and we guaran
tee satisfactory results.
C. C. PERRY
119 SOUTH SECOND ST.
Sam Peck's Fine Clothes Jor Boys.
this to you
and we doubt if another dealer in this city
can say the same and prove it:
Dollar for dollar, the price you pay for our
Stein-Bloch made Clothes is met on the level
by the quality of goods that is in them.
If you doubt, we want you. If you don't
doubt, you have known the clothes and
will come anyway.
Suits $15 to $30
Overcoats $15 to $25
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
IN THE JEWELRY LINE
FtNE watch repairing
I A HAORAPII8
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and your paper will be deliver- f
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Kllseo Vareln. a sheep raiser of
San Hafael, Is in the city on busi
ness. iMItw Daisy Munson, of North Sixth
fireei, left this morning for Pueblo,
iSlmon Neustadt. postmaster and
general merchant at Los Lunas, was
an Albuquerque visitor yesterday. ,
'It. Forbes Auld, Miss Auld and
Miss Forbes, of Callun, N. M., are
in the city visiting and shopping.
Miss Vivian Brown left last night
for California, where her sister Mrs.
Fred Hoblnson, is reported serlou.-ly
H. W. Burbage, president of the
Xavajo County bank, of Wlnslow,
Ariz., was In Albuquerque on busi
Dr. W. F. Wittwer. of L.03 Lunas.
passed through the city last night en
route home from Las Vegas, where
he accompanied Rebecca Chaves, a
little girl, adjudged Insane.
Albert Splvey, who spent some
time In Albuquerque with his father
Captain , K. M. Splvey, of the Har
vey fvntern, has gone to DodKe City.
Kan Ha.", to take charge of the Harvey
It. E. Putney and C. J. Crandall
the latter of Santa Fe. arrived in
the city last night from Jemez.
where they went on Monday to Wit
ney the annual fiesta and dance of
in jeraez inuians.
George O. Hunt, a promlneift bus
iness man of Ness City, Kan., who
spent several weeks in Albuquer
que recuperating a constitution run
down by close attention to business,
left this morning for his Kansas
home much Improved as a result of
his stay here.
E. F. Ryan, the popular chief of
the American Lumber company fire
department, has resigned from the
services of the company and expects
to go to Los Angeles in the near fu
tur to accept a position In connection
with the management of a race track
near the coast city.
I. W. Cox, of Datll, N. M., arrived
In the city yesterday with a herd of
H6 fat cattle, which were sold to
the Hlanchard Meat and Supply
company. The animals stood the
drive of 200 miles very well and ar
rived here very little worse off for
the hardships of the trio. Mr. Pnt
says that cattle In the Datll moun
tains are as a rule In fine condition.
O. Benjamin, general manager
of the Harvev Hvitpm nf K,tai
and restaurants on the Santa Fe, and
son, Robert, John Stein, general su-
i'ci iiin-mieiu ot mis division, and J.
F. Huckel. general manairer of the
newstand service, all at Kansus City,
arrived at the Alvarado this morn
ing from El Paso on an Inspection
trip. They will probably remain
here a day or more.
John F. Fullerton, of Socorro, N.
M arrived here toiluv fnm ku
Diego. Cal., and after spending todav
and tomorrow in the city, will return
to his home at the Gem City. Mr.
Fulerton says that the mu.litinna in
California as a result of the long
nonaay, which was denim-ori at th.
beginning of the money stringency,
are becoming very obnoxious. The
jails are overflowing with prisoners
and on account of the holiday no
inula tan d neia.
iMiss May Hazeldlne is In receipt
of a letter from hpp alxtpr Mk
Lucy Hazeldlne, who with Ml.s
fc.thel Hickey and Miss Rosa Harh
all of this city. Is traveling in Eu
rope, ansa Hazeldlne writes that
they spent a month in Rome and at
the time of writing, were stopping
In Florence, Italy. From Florence
they expected to go to Venice and
from Venice to Berlin, reaching
there about the holidays. All nro
enjoying good health and the trip.
EASY MONKY OXCK MORE.
Bid befrtrA Knv lft nn v. . 1,
accounts and notes belonging to the
bankrupt estate of H. J. Haver
kampf. Notes and accounts amount
ing iu over ii,uuu.vu at a big pro-llt-maklnz
discount tn .lrM
For srhprlnla fint fnftt,motlAH - -
or address, J. A. Miller, Trustee, Al-
uuquerque, xm. ai.
My wore will ira clos.il Nov. II to
fttli. to faku an liivikkiv 1 t 111 ,
im-ii on Nov. 15tli onvrlna; my -n-tirt-
stM-k of KriMvrle u the public
ill tttm. C. V. llrlL-hnm.
" 11 Itcnns,
I lux Ihtuia,
I Vt-hli Ionia too.
The Monarch Grocery Co,
Phona SO. SOT W. Central.
DR. C. H. CONNER
Alt Cora Traatad.
Ho Charge tor Coaamltatlom.
34 N. r. Armljo Oilh.lmg.
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
TTN ANNOUNCING THIS SIX DAY SPECIAL SALE
wc arc conscious of doing something unusual at this
time. But we are heavily overstocked and must unload some
of our surplus merchandise. Wt don't believe in making big
claims or using a lot of flowery language, but will let the fol
lowing prices speak for us: ot & & & & &
500 Choice Suits $1 A. 75
and Overcoats at
Thit lot includes practically all of oar
famous "Sincerity" brand of clothing
which we have been 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 Dozen Earl & Wilson 25 cent Collars, now
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 -
A few "close in" residence
lots at original plat prices.
Seven fine business lots on
We Own The Property
Inquire Room 9 Cromwell
Building, Albuquerque Land
Co., Surety Investment Co.,
Broadway Land & Inv. Co.,
University Heights Imp. Co.
D. K. B. SELLERS
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 AvpniiA flntln'ot.
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
Prepare For The Winter. Buy Your Stoves Now.
IT WOULD PAY YOU TO COME IX AND HAVE tTR SI TOW vnr cx. ,-,t. c
RAXGES. WE TAKE PLEASURE IV mninvi r, 1
BUY NOW Oil NOT. THEY AHE THE KIND TILVT GIVE S.USFACTIOV.
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 ot Sheet Iron & Tent Stoves Which We Otter at Reasonable Prices
WE AIM TO PLEASE
DIAMONDS ARE TRIPS
ALL THE TIME
INCREASING IN VALUE STEAD
IL. 15 TO 20 PEK CENT. WE
HAVE FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
WORTH OF SMALL STONES WE
WILL SELL AT 1OWKR PRICES
THAN THEY CAN HE BOUGHT AS
. VAXN JEWELRY CO.
One Door South of Drug Svowp.
I CHAMPION 1
W now liave Sail line of
MONARCH CANNED GOODS
ALSO DESERT BRAND
AND PAIjACE CAR
Save money by buying of
THE C1LAMPION GROCERY
Muttuooi 1:A rOM,
OMM-MdW.njoraa Phono 91
Full 2,000 Pounds
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 VI ode
ot the Goal.
We defy any individual, firm or corporation
to truthfully say that short weight was ever
given to any ot our customers.
We Handle the BEST Gallup Coal, Amer
ican Block, Crested Butte Hard Coal, Fur
nace, Stove and Nut. Also Mill Wood,
Mountain Wood, Kindling and Coke.
JOHN S. BEAVEN
502 Southt First