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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1907.
7 SANTA PE NEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N. M. SEE FOR Suits That Are Right 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT A ND SAVINGS 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 vr Safety Deposit boxes, where your papers will be safe in our fire-proof vault? WE COUNT YUUK UUUU WILL VI much the largest asset we have in our 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 hatisfactory. It ii a great satisfaction to buy at a store like this. Every article carries with i our guarantee. SCD1T7 Manufacturing Jeweler, Dealer OJTl I jf in Watcher, Jewelry, Diamonds. (minor city topics A. F. Spiegelberg's curio store was among the Jewish' places of business here closed yesterday on account of Yom Kippur. The Woman's Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. A. J. Abbott. The registers at the various hotels in the city Indicate that travel keeps up and that many travelers and tour ists come to the Capital. aSnta Fe Lodge No. 2, I. O. 0. F will hold its regular weekly meeting this evening at Odd Fellows' Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting Odd Fellows are invited to attend. In the professional column of the New Mexican will be found a card of the law firm of Catron and Gortner. The reputation of ttys firm is well known and speaks for itself. Practically all of the local stores will close at 7:30 p. ni., next Saturday in order that proprietors and employes may attend the night performance of Pawnee Bill's Wild west show. F. C. Heiglie has resigned his posi tion as a forest guard on the Jemez national forest and left this morning on a prospecting trip east of Santa Fe. He had been in the city for about a week, aiul while here was registered at the Normandie hotel. Yesterday afternoon Chief of Po lice James H. McHughes sold at auc tion a colt, which was picked up on the Plaza a week ago. It is presumed the animal strayed from a transient outfit. The colt brought $3, Justice of the Peace Jose Ma. Garcia being the purchaser. Complaint has been made that , a crowd of young boys have been throw ing stones on the roof and breaking windows in the Presbyterian church. Justice of the Peace Jose Ma. Garcia is investigating the matter and will prosecute the offenders to the full ex tent of the law if the guilty parties are discovered. Saturday and Sunday next will be rather lively In Santa Fe. Pawnee Bill's show will be the attraction on Saturday, while on Sunday the best base ball game of the season is prom ised at the new ball park, when the local club will meet the Albuquerque Mcintosh-Brown to play off last Sun day's tie game. The following visitors have register-, ed since Sunday at the rooms of the Historical Society: J. F. Whiteford, Thomas Sejilly. G. H. Harlan, Albu querque; Charles A. Anderson, Ala- anas vssassmsamsE US. IIS CO. Try a Pail of LIVERY STABLE FINE RIGS, RELIABLE HORSES, SINGLE BUGGIES, SURRIES. HACKS. CALL UP 'PHONE NO. 9 When in Need of Anything in the Livery Line Drivers Furnished. Rates Right. CM AS. CLOSSON. YOU HIT THE RIGHV FEUD when you strike this establishment We handle nothing hut FIRST-CLASS FLOUR AND FUSED. Those who 1 ave ealt with us don't have to be told how excellent our spe cialties are. And those who : don't know our four and feed are losing something every day they remain un acquainted. If you are on of these you should give us a lal order at once. stole Agency For INTERNATIONAL 8TOCK F40D. f LEO HER8CH Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, POT ATOE3, 8 ALT AND SEEDS. 1 HE ONLY FXCLU8IVE GRAIN HOU8E N SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. CAPITAL COFFEE Handsome Cup and Saucer in Each Pail Pe Pail $1.00 New Breakfast Food 1 WHOLE WHEAT BERRIES 1 0c a Package PRICE'S CELERY FOOD Was 12 1-2 Cents. 1 0c a Package i FRUITS OF HLL KINDS niE. HAS 3k i i " wjm l it ft, t rot u.tn. j- n u uiE3 a zrzzj tusss w zy a LARGEST WHOLESALE HOUSE IN NEW MEXICO Prepared to Fi Small or Large Orders for Anything in GltOCEltlRS, IJAliDWA RE, IMPLEMEN TS, SA DDLEJIY CROCKERY, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING Compare Our Goods and Prices. We Can Supply you Quicker and Better Than Far-off Houses. Try Us. i I'CHAS. BLFELO QO.l ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ' '- I mum umu Main Office, LA8 VEGAS, N. M. 6ANTA ROSA, N. M mosit, Colorado; John W. Puckett, Portulcs; E. B. McArthur, Denver; C. II. Boyd and wife, Fort Smith, Ar kansas; Mrs. A. P. Rettmau, Racine, ' Wisconsin; Miss J. M. Crowley, Las Vegas; L. Helfrich, Trinidad, Colora- j ilo; Robert Killen, Forrnore, Kansas; ! John M. Markel, Ethel P. Markell. ! Davis, Illinois; Edward Staab, New j York; Charles T. Acker, Birmingham, I Alabama; Mrs. Frank Luxeim, Airs. ' V. I). McPherson, Racine, Wisconsin; j Victor S. Clark, Washington, D. C; i Mrs. P. L. Schaub, Dwight F. Schaub, ' Mrs. L. A. Mansfield, Miss S. Nellie Long, Marble City, Indian Territory; H. P. Martin, Cumberland, Maryland; C. .1. Nixon, Durango, Colorado; C. A. Karr and wife, Henrietta, Texas; Mrs. P. L. Walker, El Paso; M. N. Ricker, Minneapolis; C. H. Semke, E. E. Voigt Garber, Oklahoma; Martin T. Barun as, Chihauhau, Mexico; W. J. Johnson, ' Hillsboro, Texas; B. G. Curtis, Chica go; Mrs. F. H. Young, St.. Louis; J. Van Deventer and wife, Knoxvllle, Tennessee; C. Van Deventer, Chicago. (Continued ou Page Eight.) i LEGAL BLANKS. Kept in Stock and for Sale by tha Santa Fe New Mexican. Justice of the Peace Blanks Appeal Bonds, Criminal, 12 sheet. Appearance Bond, 1-2 sheet. Justice of the Peace Blanks Appearance Bond on Continuance (J. P.), 1-2 sheet. Bond of Appearance, (District Court), 1-2 sheet. Auto de Arresto, 1-4 plLgo. Auto de Prlsion, 1-4 pliego. Warranty Deed, 1-2 sheet Bond tor Deed, 1-2 slieet. Official Bond, '-2 sheet Bond of Indemnity, 1-2 sheet. . Poll Bo kk. tor Town llectioi, l pages, 40c. Notice of Sale Under foreclosure of Mortgage, full sheet. Oath of School Director, 1-4 sheet. Certificate of Brand, 1-4 sheet Certificate of Apportionment of School Funas, 1-2 sheet. District Clerk's Annual Report, 1-4 sheet Justice Quarterly Report' 1-2 sheet. Homestead Application, 4-007, 1-2 sheet. Township Plats, full sheet, sheet. Township Plats, 1-2 sheet. Release of Deed of Trust. 1-2 sheet Relinquishment, 1-2 sheet. Lease ot Personal Property, 1-2 sheet. Final Proof of Desert Land KnUy, 4-373a, 1-2 sheet Official Bond, Road Supervisor , 1-S Replevin Writ, 1-4 sheet Option, 1-2 sheet Notaries' Notice of Publication, 1-2 sheet. Bill of Sale Range Delivery, 1-4 sheet. Homestead Application, 4-007, 1-2 sheet. Non-mineral Affidavit, ' 5-0C2, 1-2 sheet. ; Small holding Proof, full sheet No. 1, Homestead. 4-348. 1-2 sheet . Bond to Keep the Peace, 1-2 sheet Complaint Criminal, 1-4 sheet. KERR'S Capital : Parlors The only first-class in city. Second to none in Territory. Pour first-class artists : : Electrical Baths .... 11.50 Other Baths . .25 Parlors located Went Side Plus W. II. KERR, Pioprietoi WHY DID YOU COME WEST? To rest, -recuperate, hunt, fish, 'breathe fresh, pure air, see mountain scenery; get a change, live a new and fascinating life under new conditions, and get food that needs no pure food, law. , - That's why you came west! There is a beautiful little valley that nestles between the highest moun tains of the Rockies on the upper Pecos river; ideal altitude, 7,000 feet, and temperature Identical with Santa Fe. ! Its streams swarm with trout and the woods and ranges are filled with game large and small. The ranchers live the life of the west, : There are mountain lion, 'bears, deer and wolves for the hunter. There are saddle ponies to foe had for the asking, rooms in a big, rambling ranch house with wide verandas, tent rooms or a cabin If you "want it, The days are never dull. You see a great ranch eand the genuine western life. Fresh milk, butter and eggs all you can drink and eat. Sleep In blankets at night fish in your shirt sleeves during the day. You couldn't spend more , than 29 a , week If you tried. Its the place you are looking for. v Accommodations for both men and women, i . . Inquire this office or address THE VALLEY RANCH, Pecos N. M. I YS SPECIAL 3S3E3JE lu order TO INDUCE EARLY BUYING OF HEATERS, we will place on sale a full line of the CELEBRATED WILSON HEATERS, and many other well known brands, at 10 to 25 PER CENT BELOW OUR USUAL LOW SALE PRICE, ami continue the sale until the :10th of September. HERE ARE UNUSUAL BARGAINS to close out a few stoves carried over from last season, and to make room for the car of stoves en route. Each stove absolutely perfect, each absolutely guar anteed, and THE PRICE IS UNAPPROACHABLE.. Set up your stove now, before chilly nights arrive and before the fall rush begins. WE ARE EXCLUSIVE , AGENTS FOR THE WILSON You cannot get them elsewhere and they are unequalled as heaters. No. 130 BOSS HEATER, full nickle trimming, worth $9.00 for..$ 7.50 No. 170 BOSS HEATER, full nickle trimming, worth $14.90, for.. 12.00 No. 190 BOSS HEATER, full nickle trimming, worth $17.50, for.. 11.00 No. 121 AIR BLAST HEATER, full nickle trimming, worth $12.50, 10.50 No. 141 AIR BLAST HEATER, full nickle trim, worth $15.50, for $12.50 No. 112, N. P. WILSON, Hot Blast Coal Heater, worth $14, for.. 12. CO No. 114 N. P. WILSON Hot Blast Coal Heater, worth $17, for.. 15.30 No. 11G N. P. WILSON Hot Blast Coal Heater, worth $19, for.. 17.10 No. 120 N. P. Wilson Hot Blast Coal Heate-, worth $27.50 for.. 24.75 No. 118 N. P. WILSON, Hot Blast Heater, worth $24.50, for .. 22.05 WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Phone No. 83. Mail orders given prompt attention. Everyining in jtoifltt n n fc FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS CELEBRATED - HEALTH-RESORT IN THE SOUTHWEST The waters of the Springs have proven very beneficial and thor oughly efficacious in cases of Kidney troubles, locomotor Ataxia, Rheumatism, Gout, Neuritis, General Debility, and a perfect tonic for the up-building of the human system, body and mind. s First class hotel, with modern improvements, at the Springs. Rooms with bath if required. The greatest of care and attention given .; to guests and Invalids. Table first-class and to suit. Miles of flrst- class roads in vicinity of Hotel and Spurings; carriages, buggies and sadle horses furnished on application. Climate of the best, especially from September 1st to June 1st Address for particulars and for circulars. THOS. C. M'DERMOTT, ' Faywood Hot Springs, Grant County, New Mexico. HENRY KRICK Sole Agent for ! etnp's St. Louis Beer All kinds of Mineral Waters And Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. Mall orders promptly filled. 'Phone 38. Montezuma Avenue, 8anta O N. M New Mexican Ads. bring returns. SODA WATER J Any Favor You Desire. t We will deliver Soda Water in any quantity to any part of the city. CITY BOTTLING WORKS. Subscribe for the Daily New Mex ican and get the news.