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8AKTA FJI NEW MEXICAN. SANTA FE. N.M. TUESDAY, MAY , 28, 1907, Smart Clothing jfUbUUim) ''. J!!.-7lLMjj!i'JiJL-1l PERSONAL MENTION designs. Our and gives the same swagger effect as the highest priced goods, although we are offering these Suits at very popular prices. If you want the snappiest looking suit of clothes you'll be wise to call upon us and take prompt advantage of this offering. BO S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHES We will be proud of the show ing for it will bear evidence that parents appreciate our good clothes, no matter about the size or taste -of the boy. Bring in your hoys ana we assure you en tire satisfaction at B Just Received a Complete Lin i of the Famous Fa Srockings in all Sizes and Weight. NATHAN SALMON THE LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE DRY GOON HOUSE IS THE CITY S. H. Fields, a St. Joseph, Missouri, traveling man, today interviewed lo cal merchants. Susano Ortiz and wife, of Las Vegas, are in the city on personal business and on a visit to relatives. Harry Goebel, son of W. H. Goebel, arrived in the city "this morning from Helen, and will remain here for a visit to his father and brothers. Dr. F. B, Romero, of Estancia, sur geon of the Santa Fe Central Railway, was in the city today on business with General Manager S. B. Grimshaw. Gordon Goebel will leave in a few days on ,a visit, to his mother and other members of the family at Belen. He will make the trip on horseback. Samuel Eldodt, the well known mer chant of the San Juan pueblo, reached the city last evening and attended to commercial business today in the Cap ital. Vicente Marquez and D. G. Martinez, of Folsom, registered at the Coronado. They are sheep raisers and came to the Capital to visit friends and rela tives. W. A. Gorman, general passenger and freight agent, of the St. Louis, Rocky Mountain and Pacific Railroad System, with headquarters in Raton, was a visitor in the Capital today. Walter M. Taber, manager of the Glorieta Mercantile and Live Stock Company, who has been ou a visit to his family here for several days, went to his place of business this forenoon driving overland. Steward Van Vliet, who has been with the sheep herds of the Glorieta Mercantile and Live Stock Company, in Torrance County for the past month left this morning for the Sims ranch resort on the upper Pecos for C IT E 14 i i i Me off fie smh coffee. equal WHITE HOUSE A COFFEE fve fried ffiemdi: WINTER GROCERY GO. - FOR Fruits And Vegetables of All fy'rids in Season. f. v. butter i A Speclalty S. E. Corner Plata, Santa Fe. Telephone No. 40. Physicians Called It Eczema in Worst Form Treated Disease for a Year but Could Not Cure It Patient Became Despondent Suffering Promptly Allayed and DREADFUL DISEASE CURED BY CUT1CURA "About four years ago I was afflicted with black splotches all over my face and a few covering my body, which produced a severe itching irritation, and which caused me a great deal of annoy ance and suffering, to such an extent that I was forced to call in two of the leading physicians of . After a thorough examination of the dreaded complaint they announced it to be skin eczema in its worst form. They treated me for the same for the length of one year, but the treatment did me no good. Finally I became despondent anu decided to discontinue their ser vices. Shortly afterwards, my husband in reading a copy of a weekly New York paper saw an advertisement of the Cuti cura Remedies. He purchased the en tire outfit, and after using the contents of the first bottle of Cuticura Resolvent in connection with the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, the breaking out entirely stopped. I continued the use of the Cuticura Remedies for six months, and after that every splotch was entirely gone and the affected parts were left aa clear as ever. I have not felt a symp tom of the eczema since, which was three years ago. The Cuticura Rome dies not only cured me of that dreadful disease, eczema, but of other complicated troubles as well, and I have been the means of others being cured of the same disease by the Cuticura Remedies, and I don't hesitate in saying that Cuticura Resolvent is the best blood medicine that the world has ever known. Mrs. Lizzie E. Sledge, 540 Jones Ave., Selraa, Ala., Oct. 28, 1900." SKIN HUMORS Eczemas, Rashes, Itchings, Irri tations Cured by Cuticura Warm baths with Cuticura Soap, gen tle anointings with Cuticura Ointment, and mild doses of Cuticura Pills, afford immediate relief and point to a speedy cure of torturing, disfiguring humors of the skin, scalp, and blood of infants, children, and adults, when all else fails. Hold throuehout the world. Potter Drug Jt Chem. Corp., Hole I'rnps., boston, Mass. wsrMailcd I-roe. 48 yugu Cuticura Booklet ou skin Dlscusta FREE ? O The O'Neill-James Co. of Chicago, the well-known dealers in Talking Machines, has placed us in a position to give to every family who trades at our store, one of the GRAND BUSY BEE DISC Talking Machines ABSOLUTELY FREE This machine Is equipped with all the latest improvements. Mobley's Wonderful Sound Box and Morning Glory Horn that gives a wonderful volume of music, reproduc ing the human voice in all its rich, sweet tones. In addition to giving you the Grand Busy Bee Disc Talking Machln-3 Free, we are going to give, with additional purchases one of the Busy Bee Disc Records Free. We ask vou to call and Inspect our complete line of goods, and assure you full value for every dol lar spent at our store. BE SURE AND ASK FOR COUPONS. , ECO. HARDWARE AND PLUMBING 228 San Francisco St. Santa Fe, N. M. We are giving away one of these high grade machines Free with $50.00 In coupons and a 7-lnch record with each additional $5.00 in coupon3. Call in and see this machine and hear some excellent music. Why suffer with pain when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT WILL CURE RHEUMATISM. CUTS, OLD SORES, SPRAINS, WOUNDS, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, SCALD?, ETZ., G. A. Priedt-1, Dallas, Tex. writes: "I use Ballard's Snow Liniment for my family. It is the best Liniment made. It relieves burns andscalds.' 25c, 50c and $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by FISCHER DRUG CO. a week's fishing. W. E. Piper of Pueblo, Colorado, the contractor whose hid was accept ed for the erection of the Mary James Presbyterian Mission School in this city, has -arrived here and is making preparations to begin the work of construction. Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Ervlen and their young sons, .lohn and Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Ross McMillan, Mrs. T. J. Tonge and Miss Louise Rider re turned last evening after a pleasant three days' outing spent in the cliff dwelling region of Pajarito Park. A. C. Shaw, of Washington, D. C, principal examiner of the law depart ment of the Forest Service, reached Santa Fe last night and will spend sev eral days here at the office of Forest Supervisor Ross McMillan. From here Mr. Shaw will proceed to Capitan. J. M. Archuleta, merchant and sheep raiser, with headquarters at Pa gosa Springs, Colorado, came to the city yesterday evening via the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. Mr. Archu leta was formerly a citizen of Rio Ar riba County where he was in business for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Moses de Vargas, of Ojo Caliente, Rio Arriba County, reached the city yesterday and will remain here during the week on a vis i' to relatives. Mr. de Vargas is the son of Antonio de Vargas, superin tendent of schools of Rio Arriba Coun ty and well known here. F. J. Barbee, of Mcintosh, has ar rived in the city and taken a position as clerk in the general offices of the Santa Fe Central Railway. He is fill ing the vacancy caused by the illness of John Fielding, Jr., who has been granted a leave of absence for several months for the purpose of recuperat ing. Professor William E. Garrison, president-elect of the New Mexi co Normal University and former principal of the Santa Fe High School, who just returned last evening after a three days' outing in Pajarito Park, left later on the south bound night train for Mesilla Park, where he will attend the graduating exercises of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. He will deliver the commencement address at the graduating exercises proper Wednes day evening. Contractor M. M. Sundt, of East Las Vegas arrived in the city last evening to see how the work is progressing on the new building at the U. S. Indian Industrial School here which he is erecting. Mr. Sundt has the contract also for the construction of the new store building of the Charles Ilfeld Company at Willard and the new office building of the Wells Fargo Express Company at East Las Vegas and he Is kept busy dividing his time between the three places. , , . t-il MWIM II Tl I HT HI EXCLUSIVE AND ONLY AUTORIZED AGENTS IN SANTA FE SEUGW BROS. CO. WACNERi Furniture Company. New Lot of Iron and Brass Beds Upholstered FurniljUre, Dressing Tables, Couches, Baby Buggies, Ranges and Desks, Etc., Just Received EMBALMING AND UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. J06-8 San Francisco St. 'Phone 10. Night Call 'Phone N. 1- (Continued on Page Eight.) i PRICE $3.00. Just Received A Large Car of FURNITURE CUT PRICES In Everything for 30 Days QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, RUGS, STOVES, RANGES. AND PICTURE FRAMES. CALL AND GET PRICE& D. S. LO WI TZKI. igawwrre-'n or 1 1 F 1 M M1P WHIP SM'liH SI Santa Fe Concrete Block Company Reference: Quality cf Blocks Produced. SEE OUR NEW FACE PATTERNS GEO. S. BLTJJKi 1; IMI'GKR,. The New Mexican Printing Com pany is general agent for Remington typewriting machines and typewriter supplies of all descriptions. Prices as low as first class goods can be han dled. The best of carbon paper a spe cialty. Would-be purchasers will find it to their interests to consult with the New Mexican Printing Company In person or by letter before thev pur chase machines or supplies of any Kind., They will find this beneficial, will save money and will be treated fairly and squarely. The New Mexican Printing Company la prepared to do the beat of brief work In short order and at very reas onable rates. Lawyers, who desire to have their briefs printed rapidly and correctly and to present them to the Supreme Court now In session here on time, should call on the New Mex ican Printing Company. Subscribe lor tbe Dally New Mexi can and got the newi. C'r' The following coupon properly filled out, will bring you our complete Talking Machine literature, illus trating the different styles of ma chines, giving titles of the thousands of Victor Records, bands, songs, stories, solos, etc. Also quoting prices and tell ing of our liberal plan of selling machines on easy payments. Fill in, cut it out, and mail today. THE KNIGHT CAMPBELL MUSIC COMPANY, 1625-31 California Street, Denver, Colo. Gentlemen: You may send me your Illustrated Talking Machinp literature, as per your advertisement in the Daily and Weekly Santa Fe New Mexican. Name. Address.