SANTA FJ? NEW MEXICAN. SANTA FE. N. M.
THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1907.
(T -v M 1 PERSONAL MENTION I swwiSES! 1
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We are shoeing a swell line of
Meu s Suits In select variety of gen
teel gray, checks and shadow plaids
Id the latest spring designs. Our
clothing is made well 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.
B0 S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHE
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 aim
we assure you en
tire satisfaction at
Just Received a Complete
Lin? of the Famous Fa
Stockings in all Sizes
THE LARGEST AND MOST liP-TO DATE DRY GOOIS HOUSE IK THE CITY
Fre fried f hem dE
WINTEB GROCERY CO.
Fruits And Vegetables
of All linds in
F(. v. BUTTER
S. E. Comet Plata, Santa Fe. Telephone No. 40.
Cosme Herrera in business at Espa
nola, was registered at the Coronado
Mrs. ,T. L. Zimmerman and daugh
ter, Miss Eileen Zimmerman left this
morning for Las Vegas.
J. M. Montoya, Pena Blanca, Sando
val County, was in town today on
business and on. a visit to' relatives.
W. P. Johnson, president of the
American Lumber Company, has re
turned to Albuquerque from a trip to
Nabor Mirabal, assessor of Valen
cia County, who has been on a visit
to his brother in Albuquerque, has
returned to Los Lunas.
J. B. Haywood, manager in charge
of the Santa Clara pueblo, spent today
in the city on business. He will re
turn to duty tomorrow overland.
Judge Henry L. Waldo, solicitor of
the Santa Fe Railway in Xew Mexico,
has arrived in Las Vegas from a visit
with his family in Kansas City, -Missouri.
Professor W. G. Tight, president of
the University of Xew Mexico at Al
buquerque, after spending the past
few clays here on official business, re
turned to his home last evening.
A. A. Keen, of Albuquerque, for
merly Territorial Land Commissioner,
is preparing for a trip to Denver to
attend the Public Lands Convention
as a delegate from this Territory.
Ilev. Thomas Harwood of Albu
querque, superintendent of Spanish
missions of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, was in the city yesterday en
route to points on the Denver & Rio
Dr. G. T. Casper, venterlnary sur-
i geon connected with the Bureau of
Animal Industry, passed through tbe
city today, en route to his station In
Chama, from Albuquerque, where he
has been on official business.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ilfeld, of Albu-
I querque, who have beeu visiting in
Germany and in England, during the
i past year, have returned to their Duke
i CHv home. .Mrs. Ilfeld has been very
seriously ill part of the time but is
W. W. Robertson of Oklahoma City,
a representative of a book publishing
house in Xew York, who has been in
the city on business before tbo Ter
ritorial Board of Education, left last
night for his home. He was called
there by a telegram announcing the
sudden death of his father.
'Miss Laura iXaylor, who for the
: past four months has been a resident
of Santa Fe, left this morning for
, her home at Holton, Kansas. She was
I accompanied by her sister, Miss
Blanche Naylor, of Santa Ana, Call
, fornia, who stopped off here for a
j shirt visit while en route east.
Mrs. John V. Conway will leave to-
nigbt on a visit to relatives at Flor
ence, Colorado, Arkansas City, Kan
sas, and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
She expects to be gone about three
months. She will be accompanied to
Florence by her sister-in-law, Miss
Harry F. Lee, secretary of the
Sheep Sanitary Board and of ,tho New
Mexico Sheep Growers' Association
will be one of the delegates from Mow
Mexico to attend the Public Lands
Convention in Denver nert Tuesday.
Mr. Lee expects to leava for Denver
Professor E. J. Vert, president of
the Normal University at East Las
Vegas, who attended sessions of the
Territorial Board of Education here,
has returned home. Professor Vert
will sever his connection with the
Normal University upon the closing
of the summer .ormal Institute at
that institution in August.
H. H. Noel who has been appointed
as local manager of the Western
Union Telegraph Company, was ex
pected to arrive here this afternoon
from Castle Rock, Colorado. R. W.
Robinson who has been temporarily
in cbarge of the office since the resig
nation of Mrs. W. H. Warner, will
go from here to Denver, Colorado,
Mrs. J. A. Wood and Miss Laura
tVVood returned home last night from
'Las Vesas where they visited among
friends. They formerly resided in tbe
Meadow City. Returning- last even
ing they were forced to wait five
Why wsuffer with
raa in when
RHEUMATISM. CUTS, OLD
SORES, SPRAINS, WOUNDS,
STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA,
G. A. Frledcl, Dallas, Tex.
writes : "I use Ballard's'Snow
Liniment for my family. It
is the best Liniment made.
It relieves burns ami scalds.'
25c, 50c and $1.00
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Sold and Recommended by
f-ISCHER DRUG CO.
hours at Lamy, although the train
they were on arrived within five min
utes after the departure of the branch
train for Santa Fe.
Nathan Salmon, wbo with Mrs. Sal
mon is now in Los Angeles, where
they went for the benefit oi the for
mer's health, writes that he is feeling
much better and expects to return to
Santa Fe in about three weeks entire
ly recovered from -bis recent illness
caused by an operation. Although Mr.
Salmon thinks the City of Angels is
beautiful he says it is not to be com
pared with Santa Fe when it comes
John D. Barnes, local agent for the
Wells-Fargo Express Company, re
turned last night after-an absence of
a month, during most of wbich time
he visited relatives at Hutchinson,
Kansas, where he formerly resided.
Mr. Barnes was summoned to that
! city by a telegram informing him that
i his uncle was dying there but the lat
1 tor was dead before he reached his
destination. During his absence John
Bell has been temporary agent.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Wilson, of
Chicago, who have been in the Ter
ritory for the past two weeks, re
turned last nlgbt to their eastern
home. Mr. Wilson has been connect
ed in .a confidential position with the
American Book Company for a great
many years and is one of its most
trusted and successful agents. Dur
ing their visit to the Territory they
made side trips to Silver City, Las
Graces, Albuquerque, Las Vegas and
other New Mexico towns and enjoyed
their tour greatly. They have many
good friends in the towns named.
Hon. Solomon Luna, has arrived in
Albuquerque from a two months stay at
his sheep ranches in southwestern So
corro County and on the Gila National
Forest. Mr. Luna expresses himself
as satisfied with the results of lamb
ing and shearing of his sheep, and
says that considering all the condi
tions, the sheep men in that section of
New Mexico have done very well. He
expects to remain in Albuquerque un
til Saturday or Sunday and then go
to Denver to attend the Public Lands
Convention In that city whicb meetB
there on ,the 18th, as a delegate from
For scratches, burns, cuts, insect
bites and the many little hurts com
mon to every family, use DeWitt's
Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. Sold
by The Ireland Pharmacy.
EXCLUSIVE AND ONLY AUTORIZED AGENTS IN SANTA FE
SELIGMAN BPS. CO. I
New Lot of Iron and Brass Beds Upholstered Furniture, Dressing
Tables, Couches, Baby Buggies, Ranges and Desks, Etc., Just Received.
306-8 San Francisco St. 'Phone 10.
Night Call 'Phone N. 1 '
A Large Car of
In Everything for 30 Days
RUGS, STOVES, RANGESi
AND PICTURE FRAMES.
CALL AND GET PRICE!
D. S. LOWITZKI.
Santa Fe Concrete Block Company
Reference: Quality of Blocks Produced.
SEE OUR NEW FACE PATTERNS
GEO. S. BLUKT, HVL'GKIR,.
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
This machine is equipped with all
the latest Improvement.
Mobley's Wonderful Sound Box and
Morning Glory Horn that gives a
wonderful volume of music, reproduc
In addition to giving you the Grand Busy Bee Disc
Talking Machine Free, we are going to give with additional purchase one of the Busy Bee Disc Records
Fre. We ask vou to call and I nspect our complete line or gooas, ana assure you run vaiue ior every uui-
ing the human voice in all its rich, sweet tones.
lar spent at our store.
HARDWARE AND PLUMBING
228 San Fmnclsco St. Santa Fe, N. M.
BE SURE AND ASK FOR COUPONS.
We are giving away one of these high grade machines Frea with
$50.00 In coupons and a 7-inch record with each additional $6.00
In coupon Call in and see this machine and hear some excellent
fish bait wanted.
If going fishing next week, a very
, necessary part of your outfit will be a
gallon or two of pure snake juice.
, Telephone 91. THE CLUB.
fO AND FROM ROSWELL.
Connection made with Automobile
Line at Torrance for Roawell dall
Automobile leavea Torrance fr Ron
well at 4 a. m. and arrives at Roewoll
at 12 noon. Automobile leaves Rot
well for Torrance at 1 p. m. and arrlres
at Torrance at 10 p. m. The fare i...
tween Santa Fe and Torrance Is $5.80
and between Torrance and Roswel)
$19. Reserve seat automobile br
wlrt. J. W. 8TOCK1RD
Maaater AotomoMlc Ltac
Tbe New Mexicau Printing Con
pany has on hand a large supply ol
writing tablets and scratch padu suit
able for school children, lawyers, mer
chants and also for home use, which
. will be cleaned out at 10 cents a pound
1 aud cheaper II ordered in larger quan
,titlP8. These tablets are made from
he odds and ends of the best paper
oDtatnaoie, and you are getting double
your money's worth when buying.
If you cannot afford tc- Day for a
dally paper, subscribe for tbe Weeklj
New Mexican Review and get tbe
cream of tbe week's doings. It Is
good pape to send to your friends
Subscribe for the Dafly New Mexl
lent and get tbe news.
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. '
1625-31 California Street,
Gentlemen: You may send me your Illustrated Talking Machine
literature, as per your advertisement In the Dally and Weekly Santa
Fe New Mexican.
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