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Santa Fe New Mexican, Monday, May 6, J 905.
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To Purchase Your Watches. Diamonds.
Cut Glass, Decorated China. Silverware
Clocks Etc.
A SPECIAL PRICE
Wade to You Before Our Removal to
"The Old Stand".
S. SPITZ, Jeweler
CARTWRIGHT.DAVIS CO.
No. 250 San Francisco Street.
Grocery Telephone No. 4. Meat Market Telephone No. 4Q.
COLORADO POTATOES are now cheaper than for many years. We are
ottering fresh stock at 85 cents per cwt.; 50 lbs for 50c, 20 lbs. for 25c.
PURINA PANCAKE FLOUR, 15-cent packages for 10 cents.
MOUNTAIN BRAND CONDENSED CREAM, 3 cans for 25 cents, very
fine quality.
TOP NOTCH CREAM, small cans, each, 5 cents.
Flve-POUND SACKS TOWEL BLEND COFFEE Is packed by Chase &
Sanborn. It Is an excellent coffee and there Is a good towel free wlh each
five-pounds. You have often paid more for poorer coffee. Per sack, $1.15.
CHASE & SANBORN'S SEAL BRAND Coffee is only sold in one and two
pound cans If there Is a better coffee sold at any price we have yet to
sample it. Per pound, 40 cents. "- V'M
Our 25 cent Chase & Sanborn Coffee Is packed In yellow bags. Ask
for the Coffee In the yellow bag and you will get the best Coffee we have
ever been able to get to sell at that price. We pay more for our 25-cent
Coffee than do nine out of tetn grocers. YOU get the benefit in better qual
ity. We r.et the benefit in Increased sales.
CALIFORNIA TOMATOES In 21-2 pound tins at 10 cents are cheap eat-
LAS CRUCES TOMOTOES in three-pound tins we are selling at 121-2
cents, and there are nothing better packed that can be eold at anywhere
near that price.
SUN BURST EXTRA SIFTED EARLY JUNE PEAS In two-pound tins are
a genuine bargain. We have peas all the way in price from 10 cents per
can to 30 cents, but we consider this 15-cent pea the best value for the mon
ey that we haveever been able to give our trade.
FRESH ASPARAGUS Is now plentiful, and the price only 5 cents per
bunch. Plenty of fresh vegetables all the time. We are shipping from sev
eral different points and try to have all the market affords radishes let
tuce, celery, cauliflower, spinach, beans, rhubarb, etc.
STRAWBERRIES We are now receiving twice each week direct from the
e patch.
GARDEN SEEDS, VEGETABLE SEEDS, BLUE GRASS AND ALFALFA
SEED We have In packages and lnbulk. Come if you wish to get a
variety and wish seeds that will grow. We have them.'
FRSH FISH AT OUR MEAT MARKET Each Friday.
We are now shipping our beef from Denver by express; Kansas City beef
may do for some, but during the warm weather we find that critical buyers
prefer to pay a little more and get the Denver beef, which comes in fresher,
cleaner and better in every way.
HAY, GRAIN, FEED, FLOUR AND POTATOES In quantity and right In
price.
DENVER & RETURN
VIA
May 9th to J 3th,
Annual Convention Stock Grower's Association
For this occasion the 'Santa Fe will sell tickets to
Denver and return at one fare for the round trip
($16.90) also Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Dates of
saleMay 7, 8, and 9th, Final return limit May 31st.
W. J. BLACK, O. P. A.
Topeka, Kas
H. S. LUTZ, Agent,
Santa Fe, N. M.
300
Square Feet
two coats to the gallon, that's what
The Sherwin-Williams Paint
will cover. And on a good surface it will cover more
than that. No paint will do better, and very few
paints will do as well. Maximum covering capacity,
easiest spreading qualities, longest wear, and greatest
economy are what we claim for S. W. P. It's the one
safe paint to use. Always gives satisfaction.
If you want to save money in painting let us show
you the way. We sell paints for all kinds of good
painting.
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Wo Ho GOEBEL,
The Hardware Dealer
Catron Block, No 311 Santa Fe.
Advertising Pays
OFFICIAL MATTERS
Articles of incorporation.
The following articles of incorpora
tion have been filed in the office of
J. W. Raynolds, secretary of the Ter
ritory: The Burro Chief Copper Company.
The Incorporators are Thomas S.
Parker, Catherine J. Parker, Arthur
S. Goodall, all of Silver City, New
Mexico. The objects of this corpora
tion are to locate, buy, sell, operate
and develop mines, mining properties,
ores, real and personal property, tim
ber, water rights, mills, mill sites,
general merchandise and other prop
erty; to mill, smelt, concentrate and
reduce all kinds of ores. The capital
stock is $100,000 divided into 1,000
shares at $100 each. The term of ex
istence is 50 years and the principal
place of business, Silver City. The
number of directors shall be three.
and those who will manage the busi
ness of this company for the first
three months are Thomas S. Parker,
Catherine J. Parker, and Arthur S
Goodall.
Certificate of Non-Liability.
The Burro Chief Copper Company
has filed a certtticate of non-liability
of its stockholders stating that their
personal property cannot be taken to
offset any liabilities of the corpora
tion.
Articles of incorporation of Foreign
Company.
The following articles of Incorpora
tion of a foreign company have been
filed In the office of J. W. Raynolds,
secretary of the Territory:
The Union-Esperanza Mining Com
pany. of Arizona. The incorporators
are John S. Miller, Lincoln Davis, Cha
lapa G. Goss. Wlllard L. Long and
John M. Mulford, all of Phoenix, Ari
zona. The purpose of this corpora
tion are to make contracts, to pur
chase, lease, bond, locate, or other
wise acquire, own, exchange, sell or
otherwise dispose of; pledge, mort
gage, hypothecate and deal in, real es
tate and all kinds of personal proper
ty, mines, mining claims, oil lands,
mineral lands, oil, gas, asphaltum, pe
troleum, asbestos, salt, water or wat
er rights and machinery to mine,
work, explore, operate and develop
same. The capital stock Is $500,000,
divided into 500,000 shares at $1 each,
The term of existence is 25 years. The
principal place of business in the Ter
ritory is Shandon, Sierra County, and
J. W. Yaple is named as agent. The
number of directors, shall be five, and
those who w.. manage the business
of the company for the first .three
mnn ths nre John S. Miller, Lincoln
Davis, Chalapa G. Goss, Willard L.
Ixmg and John M. Mulford.
Insurance Fee Paid.
The following Insurance company
has complied with the insurance law
and has paid to Hon. Pedro Perea, sup
erintendent of insurance, the $100 fee
which authorizes it to do business in
the Territory: The Union Central Life
Insurance Company, of Cincinnati
Ohio.
Postoffice Established.
A postoffice has been established at
Delphos, Roosevelt County, ten miles
north of Bethel, and 13 miles south
west of Ellda. EU C. Cummings has
been appointed postmaster.
Postmaster Appointed.
William J. May has been appointed
postmaster at Whitewater, Grant
County.
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS.
Homestead Entries.
The following homestead entries
have been made In the local United
States land office:
No. 8303, May 4. Anastacio Vigil,
Ocate. SE 1-4 SW 1-4, SW 1-4 SE 1-4,
section 19, NE 1-4 NW 1-4, NW 1-4 NE
1-4, section 30, T 21 N, R 24 E, 160
acres in Mora County.
No. 8304, May 4. Maximlliano Salas,
Cuervo, E 1-2 NE 1-4, section 33. SE
1-4 SE 1-4, section 28, T 10 N. R 24 E,
120 acres in Guadalupe County.
No. 8305, May 5. Ogle Horton, Dur-
an, SE 1-4, section 34, T 5 N, R 16 E,
160 acres In Guadalupe County.
Cash Certificates.
The following cash certificates for
coal lands, have been filed, and the
money paid In to the local United
States land office:
No. Ill, May 4. David Plessner,
Denver, Colorado, N 1-2 SW 1-4, sec
tion 26. T 16 N . R 18 W, 80 acres In
McKinley County, $1,600.
No. 112, May 4. Rolla Emerson,
Denver, Colorado, NW 1-4, section 26,
T 16 N, R 18 W. 160 acres In McKin
ley County, $3,200.
COLFAX COUNTY JAIL
TO BE ENLARGED.
The board of commissioners of Col
fax County met In regular session at
Raton last week and considered bids
for the construction of an addition to
the county jail. The following bids
were received and opened:
Croa8dale & Love, $2,084. '';"
Harper Sproull, building and steel
work, without cells, $4,255.
C D. Stevens, $1,504.
Pauly Jail Building and Manufactur
ing Company, building and cells com'
plete and Jail ready for occupancy,
$6,342.50.
The board awarded the contract to
the Pauly Jail Building and Manu
facturing Company for the complete
improvements at the price as given
above.
BERNALILLO IS NOW
THE COUNTY SEAT.
Bernalillo is now the county seat of
Sandoval County and the books and
other accessories for county govern
ment were on Friday removed from
Sandoval to the new county capital.
Try Now Mexican advertising.
THE
Soda Water Season
OPENS
ICE CREAM SODA
FRUIT PHOSPHATES
LEMONADE
KOLA MINT
ETC. ETC ETC.
BETTER THAN EVER
THE BEST EVER
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230 San Francisco Street : Santa Fe, fll. fl.
13TH ANNUAL CONVOCATION
OF EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
The thirteenth annual convocation
of the Episcopal Church for the mis
sionary district of New Mexico, in
cluding Texas west of the Pecos River,
will meet in St. Luke's Church at Deal
ing on Thursday, May 11th. Bishop
Kendrick will be present, besides a
large number of the other clergy. At
the opening service on Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock, the Reverend
Ephralm Phillips, of Marfa, Texas,
will be ordained into the service.
LETTER LIT.
List of letters lemalninr uncalled
(or in the postoffice at Santa Fe, K. M.,
for the week ending May 6, 1905.
If aot called for within twe weeks
will be sent to the dead letter office
at Washington
H. B. Cat twright & Bro.,
WHOLESALE Gr0CErS
Grain, Flour and Potatoes, Stationery,
Patent Medicine and Grocers' Sundries.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDERS.
II
SANTA FE, N. M.
Rlummer, Cliai A
Rlnlznlnv. Frank L
fiaterel. Fancier
Miller, A R
MeCormlnk Elenor
Monroe. Rafaelita
Nleta. Perfecto
UBLVI Dll 1 BUI" - ' ' '
Golds.uith, MrtMary Norton, Louis B
Unun PI
Hartwlok, James W
HRrrntn. Juan
Kie, Kent
Miidstrom. Charlea
Me orest. D P
Miller. Hugh
Serna. DelHnia
VanDoru. w i.
Valdei, 1 iodoro
Wenborne, J T
Wenborne, Leoua
Tate, Collin, W
In calling please say "advertised"
and giva the date.
PAUL A. V. WAJjTBR,
Postmaster.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, United
ivfi no mi U3AI3 iqojeq b espoN
States Land Office, santa re, in. m.,
April 11, 1905.
17th. 1906, the following plats will be
filed in this office: Township 5 norin,
range 7 east; township 5 north, range
9 east; township 6 north, range 6 east
On and after said date we will be
ready to receive application for en
tries in the above named townships.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
Register.
FRED MULLER,
Receiver.
Supplies for Notaries Public tor sale
by the New Mexican Printing Company
COLONIST
RATES TO THE
NORTHWEST
Dally, from March 1st to May
15th, second class colonist tick
ets will bs sold as follows:
Billings, Livingston, Butte, Gar
rlson, Helena, Missoula, Poca
tello and Silver Bow, $32; Spo
kane and Walla Walla 134.50;
Ashland, Taoema, (tattle and
Portland, $37.
SANTA FE
DUDROW & MONTENIE
Undertakers and
Embalmers
ALL KINDS OF PICTURE FRAMING,. . .
Dttdrow's Office Building.
Day Teleponc 35.
Sundays and nlgnts at Mrs. I. B. Hanna. Res. 113, Johnson 8L Tel. 142.
ip? Yy
THIS ADVERTISEMENT OTHERS WILL READ YOURS.
SMOKE COLOMBO HAVANA CIGARS
PRIDE OF SANTA FE
THE BEST FIVE CENT CIGAR OK THE MARKET.
For sale by all dealers
MANUFACTURED BY
BIEfW r GAJITJIER,
GOLD'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
CL0SIN6
OUT
SALE!
t !
Mv EntlrelSlocklof : :0:
INDIAN AND MEXICAN3BLANKETS. POTTERY
BASKETS. DRAWN WOPK. CURIOS. ETC.
Must Be old in the Next 30 Days at Less Than Cost
Store for rent.
SIGN OF THE OLD CART SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Corner San Pranelse Street and Suits) Alley.

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