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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1907.
SANTA FB NEW MEXICAN. SAOTA FE. N. M. PAGE SEVEN. I 16 Wc Made that Swell Suit Mr. has on-Come in and See Over 800 of the Finest Woolen Samples in New Mexico--WE HAVE THE GOODS YOU GET THE FIT The prices are right. EHLE3 HABERDASHERY. 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 whatioever, you will find ui 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?. WE COUNT W YOUR GOOD WILL much the largest asset we have in our business. To Lave our , ciidtomeva say to their friends, "Every statement made bj S. Spitz can be relied upon" is the very best recommendation we can strive for. Reliability is our watchword and every sale we maka is closed only after the purchase proves entirely satisfactory. It ii great satisfaction to buy at a store like this. Every article carries with i our guarantee. SQPIT7 Manufacturing Jeweler, Dealer fc3Jr 1 A f in Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds. 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. CH AS. CL0SS0R3. MINOR CITY TOPICS The latest patterns In men's shirts are to be found at Ehle's. Dr. W, A. Skinner, an inspector in the bureau of animal Industry left this morning for Servilleta, where he went to Inspect a shipment of sheep. The Daughters of Stephen Watts Kearny Chapter, D. A. It. will hold their regular monthly meeting at their rooms in the Old Palace, on Monday, October 21st, at 3 o'clock. John W. Dorman, a guard on the Jeniez national forest, who Is a pa tient at SI. Vincent's sanitarium suf fering from an attack of mountain fever, is reported as Improving. Copies of the incorporation laws of the Territory carefully compiled up to date and published by the New Mexican Printing Company, are for sale at its counting rooms. Price 75 cents per copy, Santa Fe Lodge of Perfection No. 1, Scottish Rite of Free Masons, will meet at its hall this evening at 7:30 o'clock in regular monthly communi cation. Sojourning members of the Scottish Rite are courteously Invited to be present The Junior Auxiliary of the Church of the Holy Faith will hold a sale on the afternoon of Saturday, October 20. Fancy articles, home made candy, cake, bread and pastry will bo of-1 fered for sale by the young people. The placo where the sale will be hold will be announced In due time. Outing flannel pajamas the kind that are warm pretty patterns, at Ehle's, the Haberdashery. Marriage licenses were issued today to Mrs. Maria Encanacion Vigil, aged 38, and Ramon Loba'to, aged 42, both of' Santa Fe, and Miss Tereza Martin ez, aged 17, and Frank Schmitz, aged 29, both of Golden. Juan Martinez, father of Miss Mavtinez, gave his written consent for his daughter, who is under age. There was a slight rain last night and this had a good effect of laying the dust which had become almost intolerable and a great nuisance. Dame Nature is more kind to this city than is its city administration. When it comes to street sprinkling Dame Nature does more for the town than do the city authorities. W. A. Snyder, of Fort Morgan, Colo rado, a member of the sheep buying firm 'of Snyder and Rhodiger, is in the city on business. Mr. Snyder has just closed contracts for the purchase of about 20.H00 sheep from different sheepmen in the Estancia valley, and Sfl 3CB9LI u u u u ncss n u i i u issa lacs ftisy vasP a LARGEST WHOLESALE HOUSE IN NEW MEXICO Prepared to FiM Small or Large Orders for Anything in GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, SADDLERY CROCKERY, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING Compare Our Goods and Prices. We Can Supply you Quicker and Better Than Far-off Houses. Try Us. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. JLFEL Main Offlet, LAS VEGAS, N. M. XXflBSSSCXfiSB SANTA ROSA, N. NL Hi HE a CO. I D Trv a Pail of CAPITAL COFFEE Handsome Cup and Saucer in Each Pail Per Pail $(.00 New Breakfast Food WHOLE WHEAT BERRIES J Oc a Package PRICE'S CELERY FOOD Wat 12 1-2 Cents. 10c a Package J YOU HIT TH1 BIGHT FEU) when you strike this establishment We handle aothint but FIRST-CLASS FLOUR AND TSKD. Those who 1 are ealt with us don't have to be told how excellent our spe cialties an. And those who don't know our flour and feed are losing something every day they remain tu acquainted. If you are one of these you should givs us a fal order at once. Sole Agency For INTERNATIONAL 8TOCK F)OD. LEO HERSCH Wholesale and Retail Dealers la FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, POT ATOE8, SALT AND SEEDS. MLY EXCL J8IVE GRAIN HOUSE IN SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. FaOlTS OF BLL KINDS H. S JUIIE SCO. IE 26. will require about one hundred cars to have them shipped to the feeding grounds in Colorado, where they will be fattened for the market. ' According to the monthly Postal Guide for October received today, there have been established in New Mexico since December 1, 1907, seventy-seven new postoffices; one post office has been re-established and four offices have been discontinued. This is a gain in less than a year of fifteen per cent in the number of postoffices and indicates a similar gain in popu lation or about 50,000 since last De cember. This morning the Santa Fe Central Railroad received two carloads of im migrant outfits over its lino. One car was from Horse Cave, Kentucky, con signed 'to Mcintosh station; the other came from Columbia, Kansas, and was consigned to Moriarty station. The people who owned the outfits were with the cars, a family with each car, and they will be homestead settlers near the places where the cars were consigned. Just received our new fall line of men's shirts and pajamas. Don't miss seeing them. Prices right at Ehle's. The following visitors have register ed since Wednesday nt the rooms of the Historical Society: W. O. Walk er, Evan Yoakum, Eureka, Kansas; M. McBride, Los Animas, Colorado; Wal ter Wiltenvood, Klldare, Oklahoma; Harry Carmine, Emporia, Kansas; J.. Castle Ridgway, Washington, D. C; Floyd L. Teale, St. Helena, California; Frank Hastings, Palmer, Massachus etts; William Johnson, Rochester.New York; John Sherwln, New Zealand; R. B. Algardt, W. D. Fish, Charles T. Martin, E. M. Hurd, Globe, Arizona; George Eppler, St. Joseph, Missouri; John Fielding, Sr., Allegheny, Penn sylvania; Thomas H. Simmons, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; A. G. Rigby and wife, Miss Gertrude Rlgby, Independence, Iowa; F. O. Smith, Elyria, Ohio; V. A. Corwin, Boston; Robert L. Ofueld, Bristol, Connecticut; Lawrence A. Waterson, Belle Plaine, Kansas. (Continued on Page Ten.) 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 briefs printed rap idly and correctly and to present them to the Supreme Court now in session here on time, should call on the Nev Mexican Printing Company. SAVE MONEY WILSON eat e 14 n y LVHIM.HUII IW 1 if i J u 1 ' a1-': -X r iiPi y Stop and figure out how much money you would save if you cut your fuel bills right in two, and still doubled the heating power of your coal. The result will be the strongest of all arguments why you ought to own a Wilson Hot Blast Heater. It is constructed upon en tirely original prin ciples, which are so thoroughly efficient and practical as to make the Wilson the greatest heater in the world. Chief among these is the famous Hot Blast I Fi i through which all gases generated are 1OWll Ildll burned, eliminating all warte. We are Exclusive Agents. You cannot get them elsewhere, See us, we can SAVE YOU MONEY. Phone No. 83. The Famous Falstaff Beer HENRY KRICK Sola Agent for LEMP'S ST. LOUIS BEER And All Kinds of Mineral Waters. SODA WATER, Any Flavor you Desire. Orders Filled (or Any Amount. Mail Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. Mail orders given prompt attention. EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE 2? Phone 38. Montezuma Avenue. Santa Fe, N. M. KERR'S Capital : Parlors The only fin t-class in city. Second to none in Territory. Pour first-class artists : ; Electrical Baths . . . . $1.60 Other Baths 25 Parlor located West Side Plash W. It. KERR, Ptopnetoi 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 thehlr'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, deer and wolves for the hunter. There are saddle ponies to he had for the asking, rooms inv 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 nlgM Ash In your shirt sleeves during the day. You couldn't spend more than $9 a week If you tried. Its the place you are lookirg for. Accommodations for both men and women. Inquire this office, or address THE VALLEY RANCH, reot N. M. FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS CELEBRATED - HEALTH-RE-SORT 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-buildlng of the human system, body and mind. First class hotel, with modern Improvements, at the Springs. Rooms with hath if required. The greatest of care and attention given to guests and invalids, fable first-class and to suit. Miles of first class roads in vicinity of Hotel and Spurlngs; carriages, buggies and eadle horses furnished on application. Climate of the best, especially from September 1st to June 1st. Address for particulars and for circulars. THOS. C. MDERMOTT, Faywood Hot Springs, Grant County, New Mexico, D The New Mexican Printing Com pany Is prepared to furnish cards de visite for ladies or gentlemen on short notice, In first class style at reasonable prices, either engraved or printed. Call on the New Mexican Printing Company. The New Mexican Printing pany will do your Job work neatness and dispatch. Com-with The Weekly New Mexican Review is published by the New Mexican Printing Company every Thursday. It contains the most reliable and latest territorial mining, educational, stock raising, railroad social and political news of the week from all points of the Territory. It is an excellent paper to send to friends In the east. Prica tiVvj cents per copy.