SANTA m Si 1GW MEXICAN, SANTA FE. tf.JHL
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1907.
C ART WRIGHT.D A VIS CO.
N . 259 San Francisco Street
Grocery Telephone No. 4. Meat Market. Tele
phone No. 49.
'uH0CEiS, BAIS, BUTCHERS!
We have received shipments of new
nuts and quote as follows. We always
buy first-class nuts. Seconds can of
course be sold cheaper, but they are
Walnuts and almonds 25
Extra large pecans 20
New crop Brazil nuts 20
Cocoanuts, each " .15
Imported chestnuts 20
We now have a daily supply of
those delicious sealshipt oysters. They
are shipped in sealed carriers direct
from the bluepolut beds on the south
shore of Long Island. No ice or water
2s put In these oysters. In consequence
the salty tang of old ocean is retained.
A trial will convince that there is
more solid oyster moats of a better
quality than obtainable in any othe"
We are offering a number of variet
ies of first class apples at $2.75 per
box. The Greenings and Baldwins are
Four lbs. native sweets 25
Three lbs. Jersey sweets 25
It is claimed that a quart of cran
berries will go as far as 6 pounds of
apples. We are selling them at 15c
per quart. Very fine with all kinds of
meats and poultry. Make fine jelly.
Order your Thanksgiving turkey
now. The price will be aa low as any
and the quality the best. Order now
and get first selection.
Leave your orders now for oysters
in shell, green peas, cauliflower, fresh
tomatoes, etc., for that Thanksgiving
Did you get your share of that bar
gain lot of candy we have been sell
ing t'.t 15 cents per pound. Last Ut
nearly gone. Next lot here in a day or
two. Get around and buy a bunch of
25c candy for 15c.
Our market is the place to get No. 1
K. C. steer beef. Nobody else has the
quality. Costs no more to you even
if we do have to pay a higher price.
A small piece of beef that you can eat
is worth more than a large piece that
is thrown out.
Our stock of cheese is large and
includes Camembent, Brice, Breakfast,
Romatour, Neufchatel, Iowa Cream,
Brick, Roquefort, etc., etc.
DUDROW & fflONTENIE
AH Kinds of Picture Framing
OUDROWS OFFICE BUILDING. DAY 'PHONE 35
Residence: Upper Palace Avenue (Amado Chaves House), Nights and
Sundays. Telephone, No. 142.
COAL I WOOD
Sawed Wood and Kindling.
CAPITAL COAL YARD.
Phone No. 85. Office Garfield A venue, near A., T. and 8. F. Depot
CHARLES W. DUDROW
Lumber, Sash, and Doors
SPECIALTY OF SOUTHERN PINE FLOORING.
Cord and Stove Wood Extra Dry, Cut to Fit Your Stove
Corrugated Iron, Paints, Oils, Building Paper, Nails and all Kinds Of
TR iNSFER and STORAGE; We Haul Eveiy thing Movable
Phone 35, Santa Fe, N. Mez.
IT DOESN'T COST ANYTHING
TO COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. VISITORS ARE ALWAY8
WELCOME WHETHER THEY BUY OR NOT.
The Diggeat Carlo Store in the 7eot
MEXICAN AND INDIAN WARE8 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT
BARGAIN COUNTER PRICES. ELEGANT 8TOCK OF NAVAJO
BLANKETS AND BASKETS JUST RECEIVED.
FINEST LINE OF MEXICAN DRAWN WORK IN CITY.
THIS IS THE HOUSE FROM WHICH THE GENUINE INDIAN
AND MEXICAN CURIOS COME.
Minor City Topics' OFFICIAL HATTERS
(Continued from Page Pive.)
Twenty per cent off on all merchan
dise bought at Ehle's the balance of
this week, regardless of the cost of the
Failure to secure a quorum last
night caused another postponement of
a meeting of the city council, and the
next date set for the adjourned ses
sion will be subject to the call of
either the mayor or president of the
council. Only two aldermen put In an
appearance last night, namely H. S.
Kaune and Teodore Castillo, and City
Clerk A. P. Hill. The city council has
not taken any action ye't regarding
gaming licenses, some of which have
already expired or will expire within
a few weeks, and the gamekeepers
want to have the renewals pro-rated
to the end of the year, when licensed
gambling will be entirely abolished.
There is only one tailoring estab
lishment that can give you a sure fit,
fine trimmings and workmanship
that's the Royal Ehle has the sam
MOTHER GOOSE IS
Snow General all Over Northern New
Mexico Fair Weather Tonight
Mother Goose has been busily engag
ed in plucking feathers today as snow
began falling early in the morning and
seems bent on keeping up all after
noon. It is a moist snow and melts al
most as quick as It falls. According to
reports the snow is general through
out the northern part of New Mexico
and in most places more severe than
here. Light snow flurries prevailed
yesterday at intervals.
According to telegraphic advices re
ceived today by the New Mexican, it
is snowing from Trinidad, Colorado,
as far south as Albuquerque, and also
in the Estancia valley.
In Santa Fe the temperature at C
o'clock this morning was 30 degrees
which was also the lowest during the
night. The precipitation for the 24
hours ending at 6 a. m., today was 0.11
inch made up entirely of melted snow.
The maximum temperature yesterday
was 40 degrees at 1:10 p. m., and the
minimum temperature 32 degrees at
5:30 a. m., and the mean temperature
3G degrees. The relative humidity yes
terday at C a. in., was 92 per cent and
at 6 p. m., 73 per cent, making the
average for the twelve hours 82 per
Today's official weather forecast for
New Mexico is: "Generally fair weath
er tonight and Wednesday with sta
Not Political Implemnet, But Sure
Enough Axe, Which Inflicts Painful
Wound In His Hand.
Acting Governor Nathan Jaffa who,
when not filling the . gubernatorial
chair during the absence of Governor
Curry, is secretary of the territory,
buried the hatchet yesterday, but in
stead of planting it underground as is
popularly supposed to be done 'with
political Implements, came dangerous
ly near cutting off the thumb of his
left hand. While using a hatchet yes
terday In opening a box at his home
he made a mlscue with it and the
blade struck his left hand Inflicting a
painful wound. The blade struck at
the base of the thumb but while pain
ful, the wound is not serious and did
not prevent Mr. Jaffa from attending
to his multifarious duties today at the
Corporation Increases Capital Stock.
A certificate of amendment to the
articles of incorporation of the Hart
ford Development Company which has
its principal place of business at Mel-
rose, Roosevelt county, has been filed
in the office of Territorial Secretary
Nathan Jaffa. The capital stock of the
corporation is increased from $12,000
1 to $50,000. T. V. S. Denby is the presi
dent and William McBee the secre
tary of the company.
insurance company coming Into
The Home Insurance company of
New York, one of the largest fire In
surance companies In the country,
which has a cash capital of $3,000,000,
I has notified the territorial department
of insurance that it expects early dur
ing the coming year to extend its busi
ness into iew Mexico, as a protec
tion to the policy holders of the terri
tory it will be required to deposit
with the territory $10,000 either in
cash or United States bonds as a guar
antee of good faith.
Articles of Incorporation.
The following articles of incorpora
tion have been filed in the office of
Territorial Secretary Nathan Jaffa:
Park Land company. Principal
place of business at Cuervo, Guada
lupe county. Territorial agent Alfred
H. Long, at Cuervo. Capital stock,
$10,000, divided Into one hundred
shares of the par value of $100 each
commencing business with $3,000. Ob
existence fifty years. Incorporators,
ject real estate business. Period of
A. W. Wiest, Alfred H. Long and John
L. Taylor, all of Cuervo.
Roswell Clearing House Association.
Principal place of business at Ros
well, Chaves county. Territorial agent,
clearing house association company at
Roswell. Capital stock $150,000 divid
ed into one thousand five hundred
shares of the par value of $100 each,
commencing business with $15,000. Ob
ject, general clearing house business.
Period of existence, 50 years. Incor
porators, John W. Poe, Aurelius Pruit,
Edward A. Cahoon, George M. Slaugh
ter, Harwood P. Saunders and Joseph
J. Jaffa, air of Roswell.
Albuquerque Brewing and Ice Com
pany. Principal place of business at
Albuquerque, Bernalillo county. Ter
ritorial agent, D. K. B. Sellers, at Al
buquerque. Capital stock $200,000, di
vided into two thousand shares of the
par value of $100 each, commencing
business with $2,000. Object, manu
facture of beer and Ice, also operating
cold storage plant. Period of exist
ence, fifty years. Incorporators, D. K.
B. Sellers and E. W. Dobson, both of
Albuquerque, and Henry C. Dropple
man, of Louisville, Kentucky.
Lake Arthur Lumber and Hard
ware Company. Principal place of bus
iness at lake Arthur, Chaves county.
Territorial agent, . M. O. Becker, at
Lake Arthur. Capital stock $20,000,
divided into two hundred shares, of
the par value of $100 each, commenc
ing business with $8,000. Object, lum
ber and hardware business. Period
of existence, fifty years. Incorporators,
J E. Cady, W. C. Lawrence, M. O.
Becker and' W. A. Hams, all of Lake
The Eighty-Five Mining and Milling
company. Principal place of business
at Lordsburg, Grant county. Territor
ial agent, Fred L. Bush, at Lordsburg.
Capital stock, $1,000,000, divided into
one million shares of the par value of
$1 each. Object mining business.
Period of existence, twenty years. In
corporators A. P. Warner, C. H. War
ner and P. B. Yates, all of Beloit, Wis
consin; James Barcley, of Moline, Il
linois, and W. P. Black of Denver.
The company was originally incorpor
ated in Colorado and maintains its
principal office at Denver.
CONTEST THROWN OUT.
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 19. The court
of appeals today decided that the act
passed by the last legislature provid'
ing for a recount of the votes cast
in the mayoralty election in New
York City in November, 1906, was un
constitutional. The contest was insti
tuted in behalf of William R. Hearst
to unseat Mayor McClellan on the
ground of fraud in counting the votes
The decision was unanimous. .
CALL BOY FEARFULLY
MANGLED BY ENGINE,
Albuquerque, N. M., Nov. 19. Frank
Hunter, aged seventeen years, a San
ta Fe call boy, fell in front of a mov
ing switch engine yesterday afternoon
at the coal chutes in the local yards,
and received injuries which necessitat
ed the amputation of his right hand
and foot at the Santa Fe hospital.
Hunter went to work for the company
throe weeks ago.
BRICK COMPANY NOT
TO CLOSE DOWN PLANTS,
You Can't Miss the Place
THE ORIGINAL OLD CURIO STORE
J. S. CANDELARIO, THE CURIO MAN
; Look for Old Cart on Top of Building. 301-803 San Pranolteo Street. ,
Chicago, Nov. 19. N. C. Kimball,
'manager of tne Hydraulic Press Brick
I Company, said the reports of the clos
ling of the thirty-four plants of the
company, were untrue. The plant at
Porter, Indiana, has been closed tem
porarily to make repairs. He said
there was no intention of closing any
.of the other plants.
The New Mexican Printing Com
' pany la prepared to furnish cards de
vislte for ladles or rentlemen on
! short notice, In first class style at
reasonable prices, either engraved or
printed. Call on the New Meiican
ROSWELL MAN ON TRIAL
FOR OLD CRIME.
Roswell, N. M., Nov. 19. Sam Mor
row, who escaped from the Eddy coun
ty jail at Carlsbad nine years a?o, and
who was captured recently, in Arizona,
is now being tried on a charge of
stealing a horse for which he was sent
to jail. The case came to this county
oh a change of venue. Morrow's peo
ple are prominent in this section.
CLOSING MARKET REPORT.
Atchison 69; pfd. 84.
New York Central A 1-4.
Pennsylvania 107 1-2.
Southern Pacific 66 3-4.
Union Pacific 109; pfd. 77 5-8,
Copper 45 1-2.
Steel 22 3-8; pfd. 79 "7-8.
moneys and Petals
New York, Nov. 19. Money on cull
firm 69; ruling rate 7.
New York, Nov. 19. Prime mercan
tile paper nominally, 710.
New York, Nov. 19. Lead market
weak, 4.354.40. Lake copper weak
13 1-4. Silver 59 1-2.
St. Louis, No. 19. Spelter market Is
dull today. Spelter, 4.95.
St. Louis, Nov. 19. Wool Market
GRAIN, PORK, LARU AND RIBS.
Chicago, Nov. 19. Wheat Dec.
93 5-8; May 1.02 1-2 5-8.
Corn Dec. 54 5-83-4; May 66.
Oats Dec. 56 1-2 5-8; May 49 7-8
Pork Jan. 12.42 1-2; May 12.75.
raLd Jan. 7.70; May 7.70.
RlbsJ na. 6.756.90; May, none.
Kansas City, Nov. 19-Cattle 14y
000. Market ten; cents lower , today.
Southern steers, $2. 80 4. 10; ' south
ern cows, $1.68 5.00; stockers and
feeders, $2.103.75; bulls, $2.10
3.75;- calves,' $3.256.50; , western
The kind that grows with your library
that will fit practically any. space that
can be moved one unit at a time by one
person without disturbing the books that is
practical, artistic, and the only perfect sectional
bookcase made. Fitted with non-binding, roller
bearing doors ; base units furnished with or without
drawers; and all made in a variety of woods and
finishes adapted to any surroundings. Call and
see them or send for catalog 105 with interior
views showing arrangement injibmary .parlor, etc.
New Mexican Printing Company
local agents, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
steers, $3.254.25; western cows,
Sheep 11,000. Market weak today.
Muttons., $4.00X4.65;. lambs, $5.00
6.15; range wethers, $3.S04.75;
stockers and feeders, $3.00l.45.
Ch'cago, Nov. 19. Cattle 10,000.
Market weak to ten cents lower today.
Beeves, $3.006.40; cows and heif
ers, $1.204.85; Texans,$3.254.00;
calves, $5.007.00; stockers and feed
ers, $2.254.45. ''.'!
Sheep. 15,000. Market easy today.
Western, $2.005.10; yearllngs,$4.70
5. 50; lambs, $4.006.50; western,'
1.006.50. - ; " I
Omaha, Neb.. Nov. 19. Cattle 6,700 ,
Market steady to slow and ten cents
lower. Western steers, $3.255.00;i
Texans, $3.254.25; range cows and
heifers,' $1.252.25; canners, 1.25
2.25; stockers and feeders, $2.75
4. 50;. calves, $3.005.75; bulls, $1.50
(03.25. : I
Sheep 9,200. Market en cents low- i
er. Yearlings, $4.504.75; wethers,
$4.004.25; ewes, $4.004.25;lambs
The New Mexican Printing Com
pany has the best bookbindery in the
southwest and the only modern bind
ery in New Mexico, tl turns out su
perior bank-books, cash-books.journals
and ledgers, and also loose-leaf ledgers
The work done by it is first-class and
at very low rates. Bankers and
merchants in New Mexico should not
send their book binding out of the ter
ritory, but should patronize this very
deserving home nwnufacturlng insti
tution. - .
The New Mexican Printing Com
pany has prepared civil and criminal
dockets especially for the use of Jus
tices of the peace. They are especial
ly ruled, with printed headings, in
either Spanish or English, made of
good record paper, strongly and dur
ably bound with leather back and
covers and canvas sides, have full
index' in front and the fees of Justices
of the peace and constables printed
in full on the first page. The pages
are 10 1-2x6 inches. These books are
made up in civil and criminal dock
ets, separate of 32 pages each, or
with both civil and criminal bound in
one book, 80 pages civil and 320 pages
criminal. To introduce them they are
offered at the following prices:
Civil or criminal $2.75
Combined civil and criminal .. $4.00
For 45 cents additional for a single
docket, or 55 cents additional for a
combination docket, they will be sent
by mall or prepaid express. Cash in
full must accompany order. State
plainly whether English or Spanish
printed heading is wanted.
GENERAL TIN AND SHEET
METAL WORK, GRAVEL, TIN
AND SHEET ROOFING REPAIR
WORK A SPECIALTY. LEAVE
GOEBELS HARDWARE STORE.
Drs. Diaz and Rolls
DR. J. A. ROLLS, 10 TO 12 A. M.
DR. J. M. DIAZ, 1 TO 3 P. M.
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