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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1907.
U (SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, .N. Th., PAGE FIVE. -J ILL ! iv, IE MINOR CITY TOPICS 915 Wc Made that Swell Suit M.-- has on-Come in and See Over 800 of the Finest Woolen Samples m New MexkoWE HAVE THE GOODS YOU GET THE FIT The prices are right. En-rjr-r TP J HABERDASHERY. 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT A ND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. Place your account with ut NOW, and when, a little later on, you may want to borrow money for any pur pose whatsoever, you will And ut 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 ur Safety Deposit boxes, where your papers will be safe In our fire-proof vault? r 1 1 Don't miss "A Trip Around the the World" tomorrow evening. Tickets are 50 cents. j Santa Fe Lodge No. 2, I. 0. O. F. will hold its regular weekly meeting this evening1 at 7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows' hall on lower San Francisco street. Word was received here yesterday to the effect that a baby boy had ar rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Clark of Alcade, who are well known in Santa Fe. An important meeting of the Arch aeological society of this city, will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the office of Judge N. B. Laughlin in the Laughlin block. All members are urged to attend. Two funerals took place within an hour of each other this morning from the Cathedral, and in both instances Interment followed in Rosario ceme tery. The first funeral was that of the late Mrs. Trinidad Garcia de Pa dilla and the second that of Mrs. Cruz Chavez de Ortiz. The Woman's Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church promise something unique tomorrow evening In "A Trip Around the World." For 50 cents one can take the trip and visit the countries of Ireland, Germany, Mexico, Japan and America. At each place a supper representative of the country will be served. Felix Sandoval has purchased from the Larkln Read es'tate through Ben jamin M. Read, administrator, the house and lot on Upper Palace ave nue, which is 'located in the rear of the property of David Gonzales. It is understood the consideration was about $300. Mr. Sandoval, who is a porter at the Palace hotel is prepar ing to move into the house with his family on Monday next. The attention of contractors is call ed to a notice elsewhere in this issue of the New Mexican asking for seal ed proposals for the completion of the basement, second story and attic of the administration building of the New Mexico Reform School at El Rito. These bids will be received by the Board of Trustees up to 12 o'clock noon, November 15. Plans and specifi cations are on file at the office of I. H. and W. M. Rapp, architects,- Trinidad, Colorado, also at the office of the sec retary of the board, Venceslao Jara millo at El Rito. The Archaeological Society, which will meet on Friday evening in the KS3B 5U. Wil 6 WE COUNT YOUR GOOD WILL V 1 1 much the largest asset we have in our business. To Lave our customers say to their friends, "Everj statement made by S. Spitz can be relied upon" is the very best recommendation we can strive for. Reliability is our watchword and every Rale we mak is closed only after the purchase proves entirely (satisfactory. It ii a great satisfaction to buy at a store like this. Every articla carries with is our guarantee. SCrTT7 Manufacturing Jeweler, Dealer &ET X & Arfy jn Watches, Jewelry, Diamond. LIVERY STABLE FINE M6S. 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 TH1 BIGHT FKSD ' when you strike this establishment We handle nothing but FIRST-CLASS FLOUR AND FUSED. Those who l ave ealt with us don't have to be told how excellent our spe cialties ar3. And those who don't know our flour and feed are losing something every day they remain un acquainted. If you are one of' these you should giv ut a 'al order at once. Sole Agency For INTERNATIONAL 8TOCK FOOD. LEO HERSCH Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, POT ATOE8, SALT AND SEEDS. 'HE ONY EXCl'J8IVE GRAIN HOUSE IN SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Try a Pail of CAPITAL COFFEE Handsome Cup and Saucer in Each Pail Per Pail $ 1 .00 New Breakfast Food WHOLEWHEAT BERRIES 1 0c a Package PRICE'S CELERY FOOD Was 12 1-2 Cents. 1 0c a Package mm of mi kips H. S. KAUHE ft GO. 'PH'2i. 0. LARGEST WHOLESALE HOUSE IN NEW MEXICO Prepared to Fui Small or Large Orders for Anything in GKOCEIUF.S, HARD WAKE, 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. BS-3 CUAB. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 1LFEL Mln OfflM, LA8 VEQA8, N. M. CO. SANTA ROSA, N. M. Laughlin offices in the Laughlin block, numbers 125 members, including many j cC tho leading men of the Territory. ' ho society was organized six years j ago for tho study of southwestern archaeology, the preservation of the: prehistoric remains in New Mexico, I tho advertisement of the arehaeologic-1 al attractions of this section and the establishment of a school and museum of Southwestern Archaeology. Tho so ciety is territorial in scope and has been quite successful In its efforts. The following visitors have regis tered since Sunday at the rooms of tho Historical society: Ralph Dixon, Colfax, Towa; H. A. Conerty, Denver; ! V. W. Baker, Seymour, Indiana; E. K.I Doty, Bakersfield, California; G. H. Harlow, Albuquerque; Reuben R. Hodges. Boonevllle, Mississippi; C. II. Ferguson, Socorro; Ida M. Donaldson, Denver, Colorado; Thomas H. "Wood, Memphis, Tennes see; Joel E. Cox, Blackwell.Oklahomn; Minerva M. Knott, Sedalia, Missouri; George E. Fuller, Augusta H. Fuller, Chicago; C. K. Osborne, Las Cruces; Sherman Waggoner, wife and two children. Cleo and Alma, Flora Vista; W. E. Currie, Sterling, Kansas; Leon ard Nations, Littleton, Alabama; J. K. IMmundson, Jr., Talladega, Alabama; Mrs. A. M. Woolger, Miss Elizabeth Woolger, St. Louis; V. Ifolloway and wife, Mrs. E. B. McGowan, Philadel phia; B. B. Bagby, Walkerton, Vir ginia; J. C. Dunn, Wichita, Kansas; Charles Behringer, A. L. Behringer, Las Vegas; C. W. Oberman, New Lon don, Iowa; W. C. Adkinson, Broken Arrow, Indian Territory; Frank Brady, Berea, Kentucky; Caiiyle Hollihan, Williams, Arizona; M. B. Culpepper, Dayton; D. B. McPherson, Malaga; II. A. Chamberlin, Topeka.Kansas; Alfred Miramon, Taos; F. J. Emmett, Cleve land, Ohio; A. C. Tredrick, Kingman, Kansas; F. E. Furnall, St. Louis; W. C. Longenecker, Toledo, Ohio; A. E. O'Flaherty. Kansas City, Missouri; L. H. Pate, Wboster, Arkansas; W. F. Vandever, Portales; Guy W. Cunning ham, Kansas City; Jose Zemellera, Jose F. Baca, Trinidad, Colorado; A. E. Kearney, Kansas City. (Continued oq Page Sight.) The New Mexican Printing Com iany is headquarters for engraved cards de vlste in New Mexico. Get our work done here and you will be pleased in every particular. i HENRY KRICK Sole Agent for LEMP'S ST. LOUIS BEER And All Kinds of Mineral Waters. SODA WATER, Any Flavor you Desire. Orders Filled for Any Amount. Mail Ordors will Receive Prompt Attention. Phone 38. Montezuma Avenue. Santa Fe, N. M, KERR'S Capital : Parlors The only fin Wass in city. Second to nona in Territory. Four first-class artists : : Electrical Baths .... $1.50 Other Baths 25 Parlors located West Side Wa W. II, KERR. Pioprietoi WHY DID YOU COME WEST? To rest, recuperate, hunt, flsh, 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 heautlful little valley that nestles between the hir'iest 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, fleer and wolves for the hunter. There are saddle ponies to be had for the asking, rooms in a big, rambling ranch house with wide verandas, tent rooms or a cahin 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 sloeves during the day. You couldn't spend more than $9 a week if you tried. Its the place you are looklrg for. Accommodations for both , men and women. . Inquire this office or address T rife VALLEY RANCH, recoe N. 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