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SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1907.
8 JUNTA FE NKW MEXICAN, SANTA FE. N. M. PAQE FIVE GREAT REDUCTION AT 1 EHLE3S HABBBDASHBBY Summer goods at astonishingly Low Figures-Prices reduced on underwear without regard to cost price-Get your share of the good things offered-Come and Examine our offerings Quality and price will make the sale. Summer Hats and Ties at Practical ly Your Own Prices. SUITS TO ORDER THAT ARE RIGHT 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT AND 8AVINGS ACCOUNTS. Place your account with us NOW, and when, a little later on, you may want to borrow money for any pur pose whatsoever, you will find us am ply able and disposed to accommodate you on the very best terms and rates obtainable anywhere. If you have valuable papers of any kind, such as deeds, notes, insurance papers, etc., why not rent one of rur Safety Deposit boxes, where your papers will be safe in our fire-proof vault? WE COUNT YOUR GOOD WILL much the largest asset we have in cmr business. To have our customers say to their friends, "Every statement made by S. Spitz can be relied upon" is the very best recommendation we can strive for. Reliability is our watchword and every sale we make is closed only after the purchase proves entirely satisfactory. It is a great satisfaction to buy at a store like this. Every article carries with it our guarantee. .... Manufacturing Jeweler, Dealer 1 in Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds. MIMHD PITV THDIPC MMIIIUIX UN I IUIIUUM Best goods at. lowest prices An drews. A Santa Fenn wants to know what has become of the Elks' opera house that was to 'have been built along about this time. Don't send your money out of town, Andrews will supply you cheap er than catalogue houses. Call and be convinced. District court for Torrance County w.ll op"n in Estancia, the county teat, next Monday. The dockets, criminal and civil, are very heavy. We have another car of furniture In transit, will arrive about August 5th, and wo invite your inspection of hese goods, and prices on same. Probate.Clerk George V. Aruiljo has issued marriage licenses to the follow ing: Miss Estanlslada Romero, aged 20, and Albino Baca, aged 22, both of Agua Frla. Tickets for the amateur vaudeville show August 1 anj 2 for the benefit of the Woman's Board of Trade, are on sale at Fischer's drug store. Gen eral admission 50 cents, reserved seats 25 cents extra. The Board of County Commission ers will meet at the court house next Monday in adjourned session for the purpose of declaring and fixing the tax levy for Santa Fe County for the present fiscal year. Roy Harris, one of the trapeze per formers with the Anglo-American circus, which is booked to appear here Monday, is a brother of Sam T. Har ris, foreman of the news composing room of the New Mexican Printing Company. Reports from Bond, Mora County, are to the effect that the heaviest rain of the season visited that sec tion this week. Canons and arroyos were transformed into raging rivers. The rain was badly needed and will greatly benefit the range. Rev. Norman Skinner, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Las Vegas, is reported as seriously ill at his home in the Meadow City. Mrs. Skinner and son who are visiting in Kentucky have been sent for and are expected to reach Las Vegas, Monday. The Albuquerque and Cimarron basebal! teams were scheduled to cross bats in the Duke City this af ternoon in the first of a series of "two games. The Cimarron aggregation Is composed of crack players who are working in the local railroad shops. The club may appear here later in the season. George T. Gould, for many years managing editor of the Albuquerque Citizen, and one of the oldest, news paper men in New Mexico, has ac cepted a position on the editorial staff of the El Paso News. During the past several months since his retirement from the Citizen, Mr. Gould has been rusticating on his ranch near the Duke City. IT. G. Remier and Louis W. Galles, both of Albuquerque, agents for the Occidental Life Insurance Company, with headquarters in Albuquerque, have been doing Santa Fe County towns during the week in the Inter esls of their company. They report business good and that it is well in Galisteo and Cerrillos. Yesterday and today they visited' the northern I GH AS. DLFELE) , LARGEST WHOLESALE HOUSE IN NEW MEXICO Prepared to Fill Small or Large Orders for Anything in GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, SADDLERY CROCKERY, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING Compare Our Goods and Prices. We Can Supply you Quicker and Better Than Far-off Houses. Try Us. G3A ALaUQUIROUa, It M. DLFELO) GO, LAS VtOM, & n SANTA ROSA, ft. M. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Aliens Foot-ease, a powder. It! cures painful, smarting, nervous feet, and instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy.' It is a certain cure for sweating, cal-, lous, swollen, tired, aching feet. Try It today. Sold by all druglsts and Shoe Stores. Bv mail for 25c In Stamns. Don't, nerent. nnv Riihstlhit. I For FREE trial package, also Fres Sample of the FOOT-EASE Sanitary LUK.vrAU, a new invention, address Allen S. Olmstead, Roy, N. Y. LIVERY STABLE FINE RIGS, RELIABLE HORSES SINGLE BUGGIES. SURR1ES. HACKS. CALL UP 'PHONE NO. 9 When in Need of Anything in the Livery Line Drivers Furnished. Rates Right. HAS. CLOSSON. H. S. KAUNE & GO. TIME TABLE ALL LINES. Entering and Leaving Santa Fe Compiled According to Schedule of Trains Now In Effect. SANTA FE CENTRAL. iNo. 1. Southbound leaves Santa Fe 2:00 p. m. - No. 2. North bound arrives Santa Fe 5:00 p. m. DENVER & RIO GRANDE. ; No. 426. Eastbound leav Santa Fe 11 a. m. No. 425. Westbound, arrives Santa Fe 3:30 p. in. ATCHC80N, TOPEKA A SANTA FE Lamy Branch Arrive at Santa Fa Station. No. 721 ........ .........11:10 a. m. No. 723 f:C0 p. m. No. 725 .. .......10:65 p. m. Depart from Santa F Station. No. 720 ....... 8:25 a. m. No. 722 ........ .... .... 4:20 p. m. No. 724.. .. .. .. .. .... 7:40 p. m. No. 720 connects with Numbers 10 and 2 east and No, I limited weft At Lamy. No. 722 connects with No. 1 west at Lamy.. No. 1 carries El Paso sleeper. No. 724 connects with No. 7 and 9, westbound, and 4 and 8 eastbound. Main Line Via Lamy. No. 1 stops at all stations. No. 7 will stop at all stations, Lamy to Albuquerque to discharge par sen gers from Santa Fe. , No. 721 leaves Lamy at 10:10 a. m. and will not wait for No. 2 from the west ar Lamy, waiting only for Vlo. 10 from thi KAtH and No. I from (e east Try a Pail of CAPITAL COFFEE Handsome Cup and Saucer in Each Pail Pet Pail $1.00 New Breakfast Pood WHOLEWHEAT BERRIES 40c a Package PRICE'S CELERY FOOD ' WM 121-2 Cents. 10c a Package COLOnRDO flND CHL1F0RNI9 FBUITS Of DLL KINDS H. SUES GO AH . the news all the time in the New Mexican. THOIIE 26. towns of the county. Achison MeCIIntock, of Rincon, I has been in the city for a week en joying Santa Fe's fine climate. Mr. McCUntock is one of the original set tlers and was for many years In busi ness in Rincon but retired a few years ago. He is heavily interested In real estate and ranches In and about Rin- con. Mrs. McCUntock will arrive here next, week and Mr. McCUntock! and wife will commence a tour to the Pacific coast for about six weeks. j The following visitors have regis tered since Wednesday at the rooms of the Historical Society: Mrs. It. j Hubbard, Fairinount, Nebraska; Harry L. Davis, Pittsburg, Kansas; Ander son L. Smedley, Hamilton, Ohio; A. Mclnturff. D. W. Condon, Hutchinson, ' Kansas; J. R. Bosworth, Humboldt, Kansas; J. S. Vasias, Antonito, Colo rado; Mary J. Martinez, Tierra Am arilla; Linn L. Collins, Cleve land,, Ohio; Mrs. J. R. Nichols, j Kansas City, Missouri; Madge' Ketcham, Espanola; George Beckwith,! Louise Beckwith, Mrs. Matilda John son, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa; Mrs. C. M. Nagle. Clarion, Iowa; Ray L. Tolle, El Dorado, Kansas; Anna E. Gray, Ty rone, Pennsylvania; J. Baker, Alexan dria, Indiana; Palmer L. Fales, De-( trolt. Michigan; B. F.' Pankey, Lee, Munroe, Topeka, Kansas; Mrs. W. M. Billings, Pittsburg, Kansas; Mrs. Numa Raymond, Miss Amelia Frenger, Geneva, Switzerland; A. E. Rouiller,' John G. Rouiller, ParajeT C. G. Kelly,' Coldwater, Oklahoma; Franklin W. Rudd, Atlanta, Georgia; Alice J. Stev ens, Los Angeles; Louis W. Galles, Albuquerque; T. K. Bessette, Cleve land, Ohio; Lena Abbott, Lancaster, Ohio; Mrs. Charles Stuart, East Las Vegas; William-Pearson, Mi3s C. Pear son, Miss M. H. Pearson, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Newton Scott, Topeka, Kansas. I 1. 1 jnta mmmm fiVf ' "I Vr 11 -l" BRIGHTENS THE HOME) Perhaps you don't know we sell JAPALAC. It comes In thirteen colors, and may be used in a hundred different ways. It Is tough, quick-drying, durable, elastic. Try It. Many New Things In the store these days. If you drink Coffee you should have the Universal Coffee Percolator We sell It and a thousand other household needs. See us. Remember We Are Still Giving Away those Beautiful CLOCKS THEY ARE FREE See Us for Particulars. i k 1 1 isp TD (Continued on Page Eight) Constipation. For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets. They always produce a pleasont movement of the bowels without any disagreeable ef fect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. Sold by all druggists. Cured Three of the Family With One Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy. "I purchased a bot le of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and found It to he all claimed for it in the advertisements. Three of the fr.mily have used it with good results in summer complaint." H. E. Rowe, publisher of. the Press, High land, Wisconsin. For sale by all druggists. It. ran HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, TIN AND GRANITE WARP. PI IIMRINft ' '4 STOVES, RANGES, TENTS, COVERS AND CAMP EQUIPMENT, WAGONS V AND BUGGIES, HARNESS AND SAD-1 DLERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, KAL SnMIMF Al ARAQTIMC UAI I i PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, GUNS, AMMUNITION, FISHING TACKLE, i bi.l uuirno, r U Kin 1 1 u rib. 4 i i 'PHONE NO. 83. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PHOMPT ATTENTION. Everything in Hardware fjjHRI Take the Postmaster's Word for . Mr. F.. M. Hamilton, postmaster at Cherryvale, Ind. keeps a so a stock of general merchandise and patent medi cines. He says; . "Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is standard here in its line. It never falls to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to be without it." For sale bv all druggists. . Bad Burn Quickly Healed. . "I am so delighted with what Cham berlain's Salve has done for me that I feel bound to write and'tell you so," says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My little daughter had a bad burn on her knee. applied Chamberlain's Salve and it healed beautifully." This salve al lays the pain of a burn almost in stantly. It is, for sale by all druggists. FISH BAIT WANTED. If going fishing next week, a very necessary part ot your outfit will be a gallon or two of pure snake Juice. Telephone 64. THE CLUB. YOU HIT THE RIGHT FEED when you strike this establishment. We handle nothing but FIRST-CLASS FLOUR AND FEED. Those who have iealt with us don't have to be told how excellent our spe cialties are. And those who don't know our flour and feed are losing ' something every day they remain acquainted. If you are one of these you should give ug a trial order at once. Sole Agency For INTERNATIONAL 8T0CK FOOD. LEO HERSCH Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, POT ATOES, SALT AND SEEDS. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE GRAIN HOUSE IN 8ANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. ICE CREAM! I am prepared to furnish Ice Cream and Ices in any quantity. Call up 'Phone 15 or at Bacon Ice Houses for prices. If possible send in orders 24 or 48 hours in advance. E. C. JAMES. HENRY KRICK Sole Agent for l eap's St. Louis Beer All kinds of Mineral Water And Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. Mail orders promptly filled. 'Phone 38. Montezuma Avenue, Santa Pe, N. M. KERR'S Capital :- Parlors The only first-class in city. Second to none in Territory. Four first-class artists : : Electrical Baths . . . .$1.60 Other Baths . . .25 Parlors located West Side 3P1 W. . KERR, Pioorietoi Btaik Butchers' Shi ping Certlfi catei for sale by tkf lev? Ifcuicta Frintlni Company.