SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1907.
SANTA FB NEW MEXICAN. SAOTA FE. N. M.
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
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
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
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.
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
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Compare Our Goods and Prices. We Can Supply you
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ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Main Offlet, LAS VEGAS, N. M.
SANTA ROSA, N. NL
Hi HE a CO. I
D Trv a Pail of
Handsome Cup and Saucer
in Each Pail
Per Pail $(.00
New Breakfast Food
J Oc a Package
Wat 12 1-2 Cents.
10c a Package
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
Sole Agency For
INTERNATIONAL 8TOCK F)OD.
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.
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
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.)
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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
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all you can' drink and eat Sleep in blankets at nlgM Ash In your shirt
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Inquire this office, or address THE VALLEY RANCH, reot N. M.
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First class hotel, with modern Improvements, at the Springs.
Rooms with hath if required. The greatest of care and attention given
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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,
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