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T BAJxfA FE NKTl MEXICAN, SANTA FE, J7. M. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER " 23 1907. v UST A FEW WORDS Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner S3 Marx Your New Fall Clothes are ready for you now in our store and we are go ing to introduce them to you. You are invited; and when you comeyou'I meet a lot of the finest clothes you ever saw, These are the Hart Shaffner and Marx Clothes. The new suits are in a number of very Smart Models, and the Patterns are varied enough to suit every taste, Grays, Browns Tans, in stripes Plaids and Checks. PERSONAL MENTION the l THE NEW FALL Overcoats are Certainly Very Snappy, you'll Find your Kind here. Its hardly necessary to say that Hart Shaffrer and Marx Clothes are always Wool, you get no Cotton Mixture stuff under that name. asaas NATHAN SALMON. TUB I ABIH'CT ANA MfiQT fit) Trt IMITP i.SV r.nflT.C UMKV III Till? fITV SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DAILY NEW MEXICAN C. V. Dudiow is spending month at Faywood Hot Springs. Rev. J. A. PIcard of Belen has gone to Faywood Hot Springs for a several weeks' sojourn for his health. Patroclnlo Lopez attended the fun eral yesterday at Pojoaque of his un cle, the late Jesus Ma. Montoya. ' . Rouue Tedosque, well known resl dent of Lamy, was here Saturday and Sunday on a visit to relatives and friends. Charles Hasplemath has gone to Faywood Hot Springs, Grant county, to take the baths at that well known health resort. J. 13. Lamy who has been sojourn ing at Faywood Hot Springs for the past several weeks, Is expected to re turn to this city in the near future. R. N. Clokey who Is in business at Glorieta, spent Saturday in this city and attended Pawnee Bill's wild West Show. He was a guest at the Normandie. Juan T. Garcia and Celestino Gar de, sheep raisers in the vicinity of Encino, were among today's town vlS' Itors. They were here on personal business. Captain David J. Leahy, assistant U. S. attorney, was among yesterday's arrivals in the Capital. He came to the city on official business and Is a guest at the Claire. Assistant Attorney R. E. Twitchell of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, was a guest at the Palace today from his home at Las Vegas. He is here on legal business. R. M. Knowlton, representing the Carter Rice corporation of Denver, dealers in paper and newspaper sup plies, was in town yesterday and to day on business. He was a guest at the Claire. Rev. J. W. Anderson, pastor . of St John's Methodist Episcopal church. left this morning for Espanola, where he will hold regular monthly devotion al services this evening. He will re turn tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Tarr and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tarr, of Stan ley, were visitors Saturday and yes terday in Santa Fe. They came here to attend the Pawnee Bill show and the baseball game. Mrs. Rafael Lopez, and son Celso Lopez, county treasurer, who attended the funeral of the former's brother, Jesus Ma. Montoya yesterday at Po joaque, have gone to Espanola for a visit of a few days with relatives. Frank Newhall and Carlos Cream er returned home Saturday afternoon after a week's fishing trip on the Rio Pueblo in Taos County. It rained nearly every day while they were away but they enjoyed their outing just the same and caught lots of fish. Arthur Norton of Belle Plaine, Iowa, Is a visitor in Santa Fe, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Olive Harrington Mr. Norton will remain here a few days visiting but later on may make his permanent home in this city This lone affile sowh coffee. equal WHITE HOUSE COFFEE fve fried fhemdV WINTER GROCERY GO. FOR Fruits And Vegetables of All fynds in Season. f. v. BUTTER A Specialty. S. E. Comer Plata, Santa Fe. Telephone No. 40. j Stop That Cold To check early coldi or Grippe with "Preventics" means sure defeat for Pneumonia. To stop a cold with Preventics is safer than to let it run and be obllgod to cure it afterwards. To he sure, Pre ventics will cure even a deeply seated cold, but taken early at the sneeze stage they break, or head off these early colds. That's surely better. That's why they are called Preventics. Preventics are little Candy Cold Cures. No Quin ine, no physio, nothing sickening. Nice for the children and thoroughly safe too. If you fee chilly. If you sneeze, if yon ache all over, think of Preventics. Promptness may also save half your usual sickness. And don't forget your child, 11 there is feverishness, night or day. Herein prob ably lies Preventics' greatest efficiency. Sold in Bo boxes for the pocket, also in 25o boxes of IS Pmentlcs. Insist on your druggists giving you Preventics "ALL DRUGGISTS" WOOD PAVES HARDWARE COMPANY Phone 14. 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 Mowers Garden Hose Screen Doors Window Screens Wagon Covers Tents Bedsheets Hammocks Harness Saddles Pumps Cylinders Iron Pipes and Fittings, Camp Out fita. Fishing Tackle, Ammunltlon.Rlfles, Shot Ouna, Pistols. Why suffer with pain "when BALlARtfSSNOW LINIMENT WILL CURE RHEUMATISM. CUTS, OLD SORES, SPRAINS, WOUNDS, STIFF JOINTS. NEURALGIA, SCALDS, ETZ., G. A. Frfedel, Dallas, Tex. writes: "I use Ballard's Snow Liniment for my family. It is the best Liniment made. It relieves burns and scalds.' 25c, 50c and $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co, Q ST. IAHJIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by FISCHER DRUG STORE. Is his first visit to Santa Fe and he Is very much impressed with it. Attorney 0. A. Larrazolo of Las Vegas, is in the city on legal business before the present term of the district court of Santa Fe county. He has been employed as counsel for the pros ecution in the murder case of the Territory versus Benito Chaves and Raimundo Ronquillo, which will come up for trial this week. C. T. Brown of Socorro spent Sat urday and yesterday in this city on Masonic business. - He attended the communication of Santa Fe Lodg5 of Perfection of the Scottish Rite and communicated the degrees from the 15th to the 18th inclusive, being of the chapter of Rose Croix, to four candi dates. In this work he was assisted by Dr. Charles A. Wheelon, who Is the Master of the lodge. Mr. Brown is a very busy man being the superinten dent, of several mining companies in the Magdalena, Kelly and Black Range mining districts, and also much in demand for examination of mines. ; He returned to his home last even'ng. ESTABLISHED 1856. okmm INCORPORATED 1903. (Continued on hage Eight.) LEGAL BLANKS. Kept In Stock and for Sale by the Santa Fe New Mexican, lustice of the Peace Blanks ' Appeal Bonds, Criminal, 2 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 plkgo. Auto de Prision, 1-4 pllego. Warranty Deed, 1-2 sheet. Bond To' Deed, 1-2 sneet. Official Bond, '-2 sheet. Bond of Indemnity, 1-2 sheet. Poll Bo kt for Town Electloi, pages, 40c. Notice of Sale Under Foreclosure ot Mortgage, full sheet. Oath of School Director, 1-4 sheet Certificate of Brand, 1-4 shei Certificate of Apportionment 01 School Funds, 1-2 sheet. District Clerk's Annual Report, l- sheet Justice Quarterly Report 1-2 sheet. Homestead Application, 4-007, 1-2 sheet. Township Plats, full sheet, sheet. Release of Deed of Trust. 1-2 sheet Relinquishment, 1-2 sheet. Lease of Pergonal Property, 1-2 sheet. Township Plats, 1-2 sheet. Final Proof of Desert Land Rntij, t-373a, 1-2 sheet. Official Bond. Road Superflaor , 1-J Replevin Writ, 1-4 sheet Option, 1-2 sheet. , Notaries' Notice of Publication, I S sheet. OPERAHOUSE FOUR NIGHTS STARTING TUESDAY SEPT' 24 THE BOSTON IDEAL COMIC - OPERA COMPANY 20 People 20 Opening in "LAMASCOTTE" PRICES 50 cents, 75 cents and 1.00. Seats on sale at Ireland's. Note. The management guarantees the same cast, etc., that played Kansas City 10 weeks and El Paso 8 weeks. Prices 50, 75 and $1.00. FALL OPENING All the latest and most desirable effects In Dress Goods and Silk Waist Patterns. Also a Complete Up-to- Date Line of Mens Youths, Boys and Childrens Clothing at lowest prices. Our Merchant Tailor ing Department is the best in the city and we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION CALL Ap BE COjWIJWED P. O. Box 219. o Phone No. 86. For Half a Century the Leading Dry Goods Honse in tne City, CHARLES WMRIER Furniture Company. Iron and Brass Beds, Rattan Goods, Kitchen Cabinets, Book and Corner Stands, Just Received. EMBALMING AND UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. 306-8 San Francisco St. 'Phone 10. Night Call 'Phone Ne, 1. PRICE $3.00. When You Want to Buy, Sell or Exchange HOUSEHOLD GOODS Keep Busy Until You Find D. S. LOW1TZKI 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 GEO. S. ZBLTJ 1ST T, IMI'Q-'IR,. THE IRELAND MM E DDK HID TOUT ARTICLES Fresh Line of Huyler's and Gunthers Candies Just Arrived. Phone 41 Phone 41 The New Mexican Printing Company claims to do the bed of better grades of printing and binding caters particularly people who want something a little out of the ordinary or a littlt better than the averagedoes not claim to be the cheapest in tba Territory, but does claim that its work is always worth the prioa asked for it, and this price ia based on accurate knowledge of ths cost of material and skilled labor; communicate with the Com pany in regard to the next lot of printing. Address The New printing and binding in the Territory says it makes a" specialty "jrccuted and at Right Prices.