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BANT A FU NEW MEXICAN SANTA FE. N.M. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1907. THE 6REAI V' (Jf'lt JAmm "ffttyWiii'Mn.... r f (T'-t : (III1 N P 'j if i p PERSONAL MENTION I It is not only Advertising that made the SWEET ORR TROUSERS, Famous. It is the fit, durability and the satisfaction. We carry a full line of them and they will be sold at a lew price. Try a pair ar.d you will be convinced 1 Swell dressers SSOUT TAILORING Our ralues in woolens are unexcelled in fact they are the hest on the mar ket, and yet we arc not high-priced. If you want to he in line for the Fourth of July with the surliest and uolibiest Suit you ever owned, come now. Save money by taking advant age of this 15 per cent reduction while it lasts. NATHAN SALMON THE LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE CITY mm a Me W lilt? WHITE b) COFFEE fve tied them dir WIHTEB GROCERY GO. 1 FOR Fruits And Vegetables of All Kinds in Season. FJ. V. BUTTER. A Specialty. S. E. Corner Plata, Santa Fe. Telephone No. 40. Miss Annie Hasse la in Albuquerque on a visit to her sister. County Clerk J. M. Luna and fam ily of Los Lunas, are visiting friends at Albuquerque. Mrs, Nestor Montoya and children of Albuquerque, who have been here on a visit have returned home. P. P. McCanna, secretary of tho Commercial Club at Albuquerque, has gone to Chicago and New York on business, M. L. English, of Dolores, in charge of the Ortiz Mine and Land Grant, was in town today on business. He was registered at the Claire. Daniel Gallegos, who lives in the vicinity of Lyden on the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, was in the city yesterday on business. Frank Dibert, assistant secretary and treasurer of the Santa Fe Central Railway Company, attended to busi ness yesterday and today in Albuquer que. Mayor H. 0. Burs-inn, of Socorro, this morning went to his sheep and Angora goat ranch in the Oscura Mounlains. He will he absent from home several days. Professor W. G. Tight, of the Uni versity of New Mexico at Albuquer que Is home from the meeting of the National Educational Association at Los Angeles. Hen. and Mrs. W. B. Childers and daughter of Albuquerque, have gone to the upper Pecos River section where they will spend several weeks in a cottage they own there. General Manager S. B. Grimshaw, of the Santa Fe Central Railway left yesterday on official business at points along the line in the Estancia Valley. Mrs. Frank Dibert and daughters, Misses Heloise and Diborta, have re turned home from California. They were accompanied by a friend, Miss Gray of Los Angeles, who will be their guest, for several weeks. Hugh H. Harris, supervisor of the Manzano and Mount Taylor National Forests, who has been in the city several days on official business, went to his station at Albuquerque this evening. W. S. Hopewell, manager of the Now Mexico Fuel and Iron Company who has been on a visit to Hillsboro, Sierra County, in which county he has live stock interests, has returned to his home at Albuquerque. Attorney Elfego Baca, of Albuquer que, after a visit on legal business to Hillsboro, has returned to the Duke City. Mr. Baca enjoys an , enviable practice in Sierra County. He is also interested in mining near the county seat. , Hon. Solomon Luna, president of the Bank of Commerce at Albuquer que, yesterday, arrived in the Duke City from his sheep herds on tho Gila National Forest. While there he attended to the dipping of his large herds of the fleecy animals. , Rheumatism I have found a tried and tested cure for Rhea- tnatlstnl Not a remedy that will straighten the distorted limbs of chronic cripples, nor turn bony growths back to flesh again. That is Impossible. But I can now surely kill the pains and pangs ol this deplorable disease. In Germany with a Chemist in tho City of Darmstadt I lound the last ingredient with which Dr. Snoop's Rheumatlo Remedy was made a perfected, dependable prescription. Without that last Ingredient, I successfully treated muny, many cases of Rhoumatism;tutaow,atlast, ittmi. formly cures all curable cases of this heretofore much dreaded disease. Those sand-like granular wastes, lound In Rheumatic Blood, seem to dissol ve and pass away under the action of this remedy as freely as docs sugar when added to pure water. And then, when dissolved, these poisonous wastes freely pass from the system, and the cause of Rheumatism is gone forever. There is now no real need no actual excuse to sutler longer with out help. We sell, and in confidence recommend Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy FISCHER DRUG COMrAFT i FREE 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 Improvement; Mobley's Wonderful Sound Box and Morning Glory Horn that gives a wonderful volume of music, reproduc ing the human voice In all Us rich, sweet tones. In addition to giving you the Grand Busy Bee Disc Talking Machine Free, we are going to give with additional purchased one of the Busy Bee Disc Records Free. We ask vou to call and inspect our complete line of goods, ana assure you full value for every dol-' lar spent at our store. BE SURE AND ASK FOR COUPONS. llnnn flUIIC UJlDnmJlDC Pfl We are glvlng away onP these blgl1 ST&0 machines Freo with II UUIJ'Uni lU nHnUllritlC blU50 00 ln coupons and a 7-lncb record with each additional $5.00 HARDWARE AND PLUMBING in coupo. 228 San Francisco St. Santa Fe, N. M. music. Call in and ee this machine and hear some excellent All careful women use TNABI MARK Woman who suffer from se vere headaches, and all disea cs due to a torpid liver, should not fill their stomach with cal omel and other drugs. HERBINE QUICKLY CURES Biliousness, Constipation, Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, Malaria and all Liver Complaints. Mrs. C. D. Philley, Marble Falls, Tex. writes : I iintl Her oine the best liver corrective I ever tried. It has done my fa mily and myself a world of pood. I recommend it to my friends." - PRICE SOc. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 3 ST. LOUIS, MO. Sold and Recommended by "S H6R DRUG CO. Professor Luther Foster and wife have returned to Las Cruces from at tendance at the National Educational Association at Los Angeles. Profes sor Foster is president of the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts at Mesilla Park. George 11. Van Stone, of Estancia, manager of the Hughes Mercantile Company which has stores at Estancia and Moriarty, was in the city yester day en route home after a vacation trip to California. His wife fs still sojourning in the Golden State. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Buddecke and children, have returned to East Las Vegas, from St. Louis where they have heen visiting for several weeks. Mr. Buddecke is the president of the Las Vegas Railway and Power Company. Forest Guard John W. Dorman who is stationed in Cochitl Canon scaling timber in the ye sale, arrived in the city yesterday to attend the rangers' meeting here which will he held under the supervision of Forest Supervisor Ross McMillan. 0. W. Rogers and daughter, Miss Lennie Rogers, of Gracemont, Okla noma, who have been visiting in this city the past week, left this morning for points in Colorado. They came here after looking over the Estancia Valley with a view to locating there. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Cowan and little daughter arrived here yesterday from Albuquerque and will be here for the next six weeks. They are domiciled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. Z. Winter. Mr. Cowan 'will do literary work during his sojourn here. Rev, A. X. Pratt, of Estancia, who occupied the pulpit of St. John's Meth odist Episcopal Church in this city at both services last Sunday, went from here to Albuquerque. He was joined at the Duke City by Rev. Samuel Blair of El Paso, the presiding elder of the district of New Mexico. Mrs. W. O. Conner, Sr., of Cave Springs, Georgia, mother of Superin tendent W. 0. Conner, Jr., of the Ter ritorial Institute for the Deaf and Dumb is the guest of her son and wife at the Institute. Her husband- Is superintendent of the deaf and dumb institute of the state of Georgia, and the son naturally followed the exam ple of. his father. Both father and son are very competent and successful of ficials. Chester S. Walshe, of Syracuse, New York, is in the city. He has held a position for seven years in the office of the superintendent of the New York Central Railway at Syracuse and will likely become a resident of the Territory if 'he can obtain a position at some railroad point here. He came to New Mexico and the South west believing that advancement for a young man is more rapid in this section than in the East. D. D. Bronson, inspector of the Bureau of Forestry, and who has charge of the inspection of the Na tional Forests in this Territory ar rived in the city last evening from Las Vegas, in company with Harry W, Kelly and the latter's son, Daniel T. Kelly, both residents of the Meadow City. The party made a trip overland and came by the way of the route laid out for the Scenic Highway, part of which has been constructed and is now under construction by a detach ment of convicts from the Territorial penitentiary. The trip was taken for the purpose of gaining Information by Inspector Bronson for the building of the highway across the Pecos Na tional Forest. The trip was very much enjoyed by the participants. ESTABLISHED i856. INCORPORATED 1903. SEL1GR1AM BROTHERS CO. SPECIAL MID-SUMMER SALE Commencing Monday Jtily A Great Reduction will be Made on Following Goods LINGERIE SHIRTWAISTS LADIES' HATS WHITE PARASOLS MISSES READY MADE DRESSES LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S WHITE CANVASS OXFORDS FIGURED LAWNS AND DIMITIES MEN'S CLOTHING MEN'S STRAW HATS SELIGtyAjti BROS. CO. P. 0. Box 219. -0 Phone No. 36. For Half a Century the Leading Dry Goods Honse in tne City. CHARLES WAGWER rnraitore Company. New Lot of Iron and Brass Beds Upholstered Furniture, Dressing Tables, Couches Baby Buggies, Ranges and Desks, Etc., Just Received. EMBALMING AND UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. JOft-8 San Francisco St. 'Phone 10. Night Call 'Phone N. 1. J PRI 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. LOWITZKI. aaassaai Santa Fe Concrete Block Company Reference: Quality of Blocks Produced. SEE OUR NEW FACE PATTERNS GEO. S. BLTJasJT, 'GKR,. (Continued ou Page Eight.) DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Small, sure, safe pills. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. The New Mexican can do printing equal to that done in any of the large cities. Our solicitor: Every piece of work we turn out. Try our work once and you will certainly come again. I ' The following coupon properly filled out, will bring you our complete Talking Machine literature, illus- tratlng 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 mall today. THE KNICHT CAMPBELL MUSIC COMPANY, 1625-31 California Street, Denver, Colo. Gentlemen: You may send me your illustrated Talking Machine literature, as per yoir advertisement iu the Daily and Weekly Santa Fp Nw Mexican. Name. ,, Address. ... .'. , '