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SAATA FE tfKTT MEXICAN, SANTA FE, JT. M. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1907 v AFeastofrallFabrics if V " t "Sill l'i M v & a a tit erne erne me We are here to suit all men, an i we will suit you also, if you come and look over our New Fall Samples, as they are the Swellest in town. ORDER YOUR SUITS NOW. There is a Dash and Style About out Garments that appeals to every man who enjoyes the ap pearance of success PERSONAL MENTION Evey One of Oat Made to Order Stilts Bears the Sam. pie of merit, and Remem ber we Gtirantee every Garment From Stuff to Stiches NATHAN SALMON. THE LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE CITY SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DAILY NEW MEX 1CAN Judge 0. T. Toombs, of Clayton, was la Las Vegas yesterday on business. Mrs. Lord went to the Valley ranch, on the Upper Pecos, on this morning's train for a few days' visit. . Miss Edith Turner, of Grand Junc tion, Colorado, Is In the city visiting her cousin, Mrs. Alan R. McCord. Ex-Sheriff Thos. S. Hub-bell, of Ber nalillo County, arrived from Albuquer que yesterday and registered at the Claire. Alfredo Delgado returned today from Pojoaque, where he went to see his aunt, Mrs. C. Weidner, who is ill of pneumonia. Mrs. David J. Leahy, wife of the assistant United Slates attorney at Las Vegas, has gone to Raton on a. visit to her sister, Mrs. J. Leahy. Captain D. J. Leahy, assistant Unit ed States attorney, came to the city last evening from Las Vegas to attend to official business here. Colonel E. W. Dobson, an Albuquer que lawyer, was among those who reached the city last evening to at tend the Territorial Supreme Court. Attorney A. C. Voorhees'of Raton, is In the city on legal business before the supreme and district courts. Mr. Voorhees is one of the "old timers" of the Gate City. A. B. McMillen, an Albuquerque at torney and president of the Territorial V)nt Ationnlntlnu nmc in tmvn trr1av nn legal business. He was a guest at the , Palace Hotel. Sheriff Perfecto Armljo and Probate Judge Jesus Romero, of Bernalillo County, arrived in the city today at noon from Albuquerque. They called on Governor Curry while here and met friends and acquaintances. Judge Charles Blanchard, of Las Vegas, passed through the city today en route to San Juan County. Mr. Blanchard and Treasurer Eugenio Ro mero, of San Miguel County, are in terested in coal lands west of the La Plata River. Judge A. L. Kendall, former post master, and an old resident of Cerril lo's has gone to California, where he will remain for some time. He has been suffering with heart trouble late ly and was advised to go to a lower al titude. He is negotiating to sell his residence at Cerrlllos, and may make his home permanently in California. The wedding of Miss Bertha Staab, daughter of A. Staab, of this city, to Max Nordhaus, of Las Vegas, will take place on Thursday afternoon, ! September 5, in this city. Owing to tne very serious illness or tne motner of the groom, the wedding will be very quiet and only the immediate family will be present during the ceremony. Hon. Charles A. Spiess, one of the leading lawyers of the Territory, came to the city last evening to look after business before the present session of the Territorial Supreme Court and the forthcoming term of the United States District Court here. Mr. Spiess has rooms at the Claire. Mr. Spiess is the All careful women use, Woman who suffer from se vere headaches, and all disea es dae 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: IflndHer bine the best liver corrective I ever tried. It has done my fa mily and myself a world oi good. I recommend It to my friends." - PRICE 50c. . Ballard Snow Liniment Co. O ST. LOUIS, MO. lone of the coffee equal WHITE HOUSE M COFFEE fve fried f Hem sir WHITER GROCERY CO. - FOR Fruits And Vcgetabks of All linds in Season. r. V. BUTTER. A Specialty. S. E. Cornet Plata, Santa Fe. telephone No. 40. Sold and Recommended by FISCHER DRUG STORE. Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys, surely point to weak kidney Nerves. The Kidneys, like the Heart, and the Stomach, find their weakness, nut in the organ Itself, but in the nerves that control and guide and strengthen them. Dr. Snoop's Restorative Is a medicine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves. To doctor the Kidneys alone, is futile. It is a waste of time, and of money as woll. If your back aches or Is weak, if the urine scalds, or is dark and strong, if you have symptoms of Bright or other distressing or dangerous kid ney disease, try Dr. Shoop's Restorative a month Tablets or Liquid and see what It can and will do for you. Druggist recommend and sell Sr. Snoop's Rogforctivo FISCHER DRUG STORE. chairman of the commission to revise the laws, which is now at work. H. U. Mudge, second vice president and general manager of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Sys tem, and party, consisting of Mrs. Mudge, H. U. Mudge, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Bradbury and Earl S. Voor hees, all of Chicago, who have been for the past six weeks sojourning at the summer home of Mr. Mudge, on the. Upper Pecos, have gone home. They went east yesterday. Their stay at their summer home was very pleas ant and restful. Judge Henry L. Waldo arrived in the city last evening and registered at the Palace Hotel. He came on legal business, also to meet Mrs. Waldo and daughter, Miss Mamie, who have been guests at the Palace Hotel for the past two weeks, and who left this morning for Las Vegas in company with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rogers, the. latter being the youngest daughter of Judge and Mrs. Waldo. The party had a very pleasant sojourn in this city, where1 Mrs. Waldo and daughters have many warm friends. They were for many years residents of the Capital. Hon. Alfred Grunsfeld, of Albuquer que, chairman of the board of county commissioners of Bernalillo County, and head of one of the largest whole sale firms in New Mexico, accom panied by his pretty and sweet little daughter, spent the day here. Mr. Grunsfeld called on Governor Curry and paid his respects to the executive, and he and daughter visited the penitentiary and United States Indian training school, the churches and other points of interest. Mr. Grunsfeld is well and favorably known In this city and was for many, years a valuable member of the Terri torial Bureau of Immigration. A. M. Bergere, who returned a few days ago from Long Beach, California, where he was with Mrs. Bergere and children, has recovered from his re cent indisposition and has started ac tively at work in the insurance busi ness in which he is interested and which he has built up already to very gratifying proportions. Being no longer an office holder, he will devote all of his time to life and fire insur ance and to surety bonds. . He will also deal more or less in real estate, acting as agent for real' estate owners and procuring loans on real estate. His office is in the Catron block, where he can be found during office hours. Mr. Bergere has made his per manent home in this city and he and his family will remain here perma nently, which is gratifying to their many friends and to the business men of the city. WOOD Phone 14. HARDWARE COMPANY Phone 14. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Modern Plumbing and Heating, Mining Supplies Paints Oil Glass Varnishes Wood Dyes Kalsomine Wallpaper Brushes Stoves Ranges Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Lawn Alowers Garden Hose Screen Doors Window Screens Iron Pipes and Fittings, Wagon Covers Tents Bedsheets Hammocks Harness Saddles Pumps Cylinders Camp Outfits, Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, Rifles, Shot Guns, Pistols. (Continued on Page Eight) 'Spend a vacation at Faywood Hot Springs, it-Is first class and easy to reach. ESTABLISHED 1856. INCORPORATED 1903. j SELI6M BROTHERS CO. SUIT ORDERS Every Suit Ordered Between Aug. 19th. and Aug. 31st, inclu sive we will Give You a Solid Gold 14 karat Parker Fountain Pen Gratis. Quick Action means a fine Fountain Penatnoextracost, A Hint to the Wise is Sufficient. We Have Jtist Received a New Line of Boys and Young Mens School Suits, COME AND SEE THEM. P. 0. Box 219. o Phone No. 36. . For Half a Centory tbe Leading Dry Goods House in tne City. x Furniture 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. SlMs1taMMHriiBHiBMHiMaMil 306-8 San Francisco St. 'Phone 10. Night Call 'Prion N. 1- J PRICE $3.00. When You Want to Buy, Sell cr Fxclsrf e HOUSEHOLD Keep Busy Until Ycu Find D. S. LOWITZKI Goods Sold on Easy Payments. Large Stock of Picture Moulding. Santa Fe Concrete Block Company Reference: Quality of Blocks Produced. SEE OUR NEW FACE PATTERNS Q-IEO. S. BLUNT, IMI'Q-'H,. The New Mexican' printing Com pany keeps on hand a large assort blanks are carefully prepared In ac cordance with statute and will be found satisfactory. Reductions In prices are made to those who pur chase in quantity. Blanks necessary In making homestead entries, or final proof theron, desert land entries or final proof thereon, coal declaratory statements and In securing mining claims also kept In stock and for sale by the New Mexican Printing Company. The New Mexican Printing Com pany is prepared to do the best of brief work In short order and at very reasonable rates. Lawyers, who .de. side to have their hrlefs printed rap idly and correctly and to present them to the Supreme ourt now in session here on time, should call on the Nev. Mexican Printing Company. When In need of anything in the printing line, such as wedding cards, Invitations, briefs, call on the New Mexican Printing Company, where all work Is guaranteed. THE NEW MEXICO I COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS. An Institution givtag an intensely practical education. Supported by Federal and Territorial appropriations. Pleasant y situated is its own grounds of 400 acres in tho beautiful Mesilla Valley. ' Four full years of college courses In agriculture, mechanic arts, domestic science and general science; short courses in agriculture, stenography, and assaying- S90,000 worth of equipment. A faculty of 40 Instructors; 830 students now in attendance. Military Instruction by an officer of the U. S. Army.' Large Parade and athletic grounds. Commodious Girl's Dormitory, undet the best management. An Ideal winter climate at an altitude of 3,800 feet.. , - J LUTHER FOSTER, President (P. 0.) Agricultural College, N. M.