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FKIDAY, JI LY 86. 107.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
3 Kansas Sweet Corn G
Native Green Corn
Santa Fe, X. M., July 26. The fol
lowing articles of Incorporation have
been tiled In the office of Territorial
Secretary J. W. Raynolds:
Estancia Savings bank. Principal
place of business at Kstancla, Tor
rance county. Territorial agent, C.
H. Hlttson, at Estancla. Capital
stock, $15,000, divided Into one hun
dred and fifty shares of the par value
of $100 each. Object, general bank
ing business. Period of existence,
fifty years. Incorporators, C. H. Hltt
son, S. A. Goldsmith, O. L. Zook,
James Walker, F. U. Romero. W. C.
Asher. It. J. Xlsbett, Angus MoGIlli
vray, and A. J. Green, all of Kstan
cla; W. J. HitUon and Mrs. C. H.
Hlttson, of Tucumcarl, and Mrs. K.
G. Boyd, of Chicago. , .
C. H. Stearns company. Principal
place of business at Santa Rosa, Gua
dalupe county. Territorial agent, C.
H. Stearns. Capital stock. $30,000,
divided Into three hundred shares of
the par value of $100 each, commenc
ing business with $20,000. Object,
general .mercantile business. Period
of existence, fifty years. Incorpora
tors, C. H. Stearns, M. M. Stearns, J.
W. Wood, Crescenclano Gallegos, and
Felipe Sanchez y Baca, all of Santa
RATON WILL HAVE
Raton, X. M., July 26. Monday,
September 2. Ldibor day, .will witness
the opening of a pleasure and amuse
ment resort on the Cook ranch, to be
known as Elk's park, one mile south
east of Raton, which is destined, the
promoters clmlm, to become a popu
lar place to enjoy an outing or to
spend the day or evening.
There are sixty acres of land in the
tract secured, which Is heavily woou
ed. It Is tbe Intention of the man
agement to begin at once to prepare
for the opening and with that end in
view, benches and seats will be con
structed, a baseball diamond laid out,
a one-quarter mile race track con
structed, a merry-go-round Installed,
and other attractions will be arrang
ed to amuse the public. A handsome
archway will be built at the entrance
and everything added to make It an
ideal pleasure resort. Another fea
ture will be a dancing pavllllon 35
by 75 feet, construction of which will
begin at once.
Lot 12, block 5, X. T. Armljo ad
dition. Xo. 2 has been sold by Anna
Zlrnut to t'elia Markowitz for $425
Sale recorded yesterday.
The sale of lot , block 7, Lewis
and Simonds addition was recorded
toilay as sold by John W. Askew and
wife to Annie Stokes et als.
Avellna Garcia de Gonzales has sold
to Redolfo Gonzales a tract of land
at Corrales. Transfer recorded lo
A suit was filed today In the district
court In the matter of the last will
of Sarah Ellen Dye, deceased, Isiah
A. lye. executor, appellee vs. Ora
Rutler Meece, appellant. O. X. Mar
ron H the attorney for the plaintiff
and -Nell H. new ror the defendant.
TELEPHONE LINE TO
Telephone connection with the new
Santa Fe tie treating plant south of
the stock yards, was opened today
when the line which the Colorado
Telephone company has been string
lng south from the new yards to the
tie plant was cut In at the local of
"That gives the Santa Fe and local
business offices telephone connections
wtth all of the Santa Fe offices anJ
plants from here to Iclela." said Man
ager A. U. Graham, of the telephone
A toll line from Albuiiuercjue to
Pajarita, west of this city, the plan
of which has Just been completed
will be constructed soon.
5 TShQ 8
A For Good 8
GREEN CORN ARRIVES
Fine Supply of Vegetables
Ready For Saturday
"I was raised rlht here In Xew
Mexico and 1 am not a little sur
prised that you wish to interview
me, remarked an ear of green corn
in a local provision market today.
"I thought a prophet was never ap
preciated, in nis own country, out
perhaps you don't consider me a
prophet. In any event 1 have no
complaint to make of my reception
'We would have been on the mar
ket much earlier, but the cold aprlng
caused us to get a late start. The
last week has been Ideal corn weath
er. It has been warm, and there has
been plenty of rain. If this keeps
up there will be plenty of Rood corn
of excellent quality on the market.
vine price or green corn Is shock
ingly high I must admit, but what
can you expect. It la the early bird
that gets the worm and it Is the early
corn that commands fancy prices.
This is almost a law of nature. Be
sides this Is not a corn country, or
at least It has never been so con
sidered. "Excuse me If I do not speak very
plainly today, but my voice is rather
husky. Really. I would much nrefer
that you do the talking for listening
Is my strong fort. That Is why I
m all ear. Hut speaking of listen
ing, 1 hear some wlerd tales occas
ionally. A man came In here this
morning and asked:
Why Is corn resDected so hiehlv
In the army?'
Give it up," said another man.
" 'Because it is composed of ker
nels,' was the answer.
"Personally, I considered that gag
rather rank, but I didn't say any
thing, having learned the lesson never
to butt In on matters of slight Im
"There Is one fine thing about be
ing raised In this territory; w run,
no risk of belnK canned or tinned.
as the English say. I would not r'el-
isn to be canned. If I must be eaten
I prefer to come to my fate suddenly
without being compelled to exist In
a crowded tin can for goodness knovi
how long. Just put me Into boiling
water and take me out and then put
butter, pepper and salt on me and
eat me, that is the most humane
method of disposing of corn. It must
be horrible to be sealed In a can
with a dash of boric acid to keep oi.e
looking fresh, yet that is the fate oi'
a great majority of my Iowa, Kansas
and Nebraska cousins.
"My cousins in the 'show me' state
not only go to the cannery, but even
their cobs are subjected to humilia
tion and manufactured Into Missouri
meerschaum pipes. It is surprising
tne numuer of things made from
corn. Syrup and glucose are manu
factured from the stalks, starch.
whiskey and various kinds of meal
from the kernels and the refuse: Is
used as a fertilizer. Even patent
breakfast foods such as corn flakes
and various -other kindred products
are manufactured extensively of corn.
Yet If I am to judge by the remarks
I hear, corn is most popular with the
public when It is green and on the
The provision market this week has
changed but little from last week and
the prices In most Instances remain
the same. Green corn is the novelty
oi tne week and It Is the native grown
product. California fruits are here
In large quantities and are of fine
luality. The prices are the follow
ing: Viw tables.
oreen corn, tuc a doz.; summer
squash, 10c; wax beans, 10c: pota
toes, 7 lbs for 25c; cucumbers, 5c and
up; tomatoes, 15c; peas, 5c; cabbage,
5; green chill, 2Uc; onions, 2 bunches,
6c; dry onions, 6c; rhubarb, 7 Vic;
chill peppers, 20c; cauliflower, 10c;
Deets, carrots, turnips, 5c; green
beans, 10c; watermelon, 2 Vic; eanle
loupe, 3 fur 25c and up. ,
Green gages. 15c; oranges, 30c and
up; bananas, 40c; pineapples, 20c and
up; strawlbernies, 2 boxes, 35c; black
berries, 15c; grape fruit, 10c and up;
lemons, 35c; apricots, 17, He; red
plums, 15c; raspberries, 15c; blue
plums, 15c; peaches, 15c; pears, 15c.
15c; salmon. 25c; barrl
catflsh, 20c; black bass,
Beef, g to 20c; pork, 15 to 20c;
veal. 15 to J0c; mutton. 10 to 20c;
spring lamb, $1.50 (whole); ham, 17
to 25c; sausage, 15c; hanvburger
(French or plain), 15c; spring chick
woxt work rvnii
iiii.i is Forxn
Searching is bung kept up in the
neighborhood of L,os Cerrillos for one
of the two Italiun boys, who wander
ed away from their home nt Madrid
Monday, according to W. H. Hahn, a
local coal man, who is interested n
a coal mine In lhat vicinity..
"As a result of the excitement
caused by the disappearance of the
two boys Monday," said Mr. Hahn,
"the mines have shut down because
the miners, drivers and employes re
fuse to return to work until the lost
boy Is found.
"The boy found Tuesday night near
Los Cerrillos, said that he became
tired, and his companion refusing to
wait till he rested, left him alone on
the mesa. The employes of the San
ta Fe railroad have been asked to
keep a lookout for the missing boy.
The story that the youngest boy, the
one now misMing is dead, is not be
lieved at Los Cerrillos."
Kin i n.Mtii.
HKANS C.ltKKX AXI WAX.
Xotice is hereby given that the
partnership between V. il. Perry and
John H. ttllphant under the firm
name of Oliphant and i'-'rry lias
been terminated by agreement. That
under said agreement said C. G.
Perry has full charge or mid bul
lies and said John H. Oliphant has
no authority to purchase goods, col
lect accounts or transact any other
You can save money, even on a
small salary, if you buy your llvlnt?
from J. F, Palmer, First and Marquette.
MANY DIVORCE CASES
FILED III PAST
Statistics Show Remarkable
List of Suits In Ber
The number of applications for di
vorce for the last twenty years in
Bernalillo county is far ahead of that
of any other county In the territory
according to records at the court
house. Roy 15. Seltz, the special
agent of the United States census de
partment, who will have completed
the searching of the records at the
county court house in a few days. Is
not authorized to give out any state
ment for publication on this matter,
but the results of his Investigations
necessarily can not be kept secret.
While the exact number of appli
cations for divorce may not be
learned, the figure Is very close to
600. Moreover actions for divorce
are on the Increase In this county.
Among the native population, espec
ially, the desire for separation Is
spreading, tif late the divorce suits
filed In the district court have been
many, averaging several a month. A
large proportion of these suits are
brought on the charge of desertion
The report being made by Mr.
Seltz includes the mere filing of ap
plications for divorce and the causes
and grounds for the suits. It does
not take Into account the actual
number brought up for trial. A con
siderable number of the cases filed
are settled out of court and do not
come to trial. Reconciliations are
Many of the applications have been
filed by parties who evidently came
here for the purpose of being di
vorced, as they show only the requis
ite time necessary to obtain legal
residence in the territory.
. BEING IMPROVED
High- street, which Is at present
full of holes and minature hlils, Is to
be- made a straight and level
thoroughfare like Walter and Arno
streets, It's near neighbors.
This morning a crew of seven men
was put to work by the city in cut
ting away considerable gravel from
the sand hills each of High street and
hauling the material to the street,
making a level road from Central
south to the city limits.
A new cement sidewalk has been
placed on High street lately and a
pedestrian, to step .from the street
to the sidewalk. Is compelled to use a
ladder, the street is so fur below tho
Several hundred yards of sand and
gravel from the hills each of High
street have been placed In the manv
mud holes on South First and Second
streets during the last few days by
Street Commissioner Tierney, whose
duties are legion of late. "
WILL BUILD NEW
J. E. Ellendorf, a son of the well
known civil engineer of Ellendorf,
X. M., who has been In the city for
several days, left this morning on
No. a for Ellendorf with a party of
local carpenters, who will assist in
building the town of Ellendorf.
"Ellendorf Is situated about eight
miles north of San Marclal," said
Mr. Ellendorf, "and a large number
of sturdy farmers from Pennsylvania.
Iowa, and other agricultural states
are settling in the town and imme
diate vicinity. The town has been
laid - out and cleared away and tho
work of constructing the various
buildings will start immediately."
Among the local carpenters who
acenhrpanled Mr. Ellendorf to his
town are: John -.Archer, John
Hutffees. and G. L. Chamberlain.
FOR FAST DRIVING
Jose Montoya, a native, employed
on a cattle ranch north of old town,
was arrested at 10 a. m. this morning
at First and Central avenue by Of
liier Frank Quier. for reckless rid
ing on South Broadway.
This morning. Quier and a friend
were driving north on Broadway
when Montoya, riding a buckskin
norse swung on to Broadway from
Marquette and started towards Cen
tral avenue In cowboy fashion,
swinging to and fro In the saddle.
As he passed Gold avenue he
brushed against a buggy, In which
several women were seated, frighten
ing their horse ,but fortunately It
was stopped Dy a pedestrian.
After reaching Central avenue,
Montoya rode to the corner of First
street at a trot. When placed un
der arrest by officer Quier, he said
that he was looking for a number
of horses which had gotten away,
but as no derelict animals were in
sight, or had been seen, Montoya"
story was not given any credence.
He gave $10 bond for his appear
ance In poilce court at 5 o'clock this
ATTEMPTED TC KILL
COOK WITH BAYONET
Las Vegas. X. M., July 26. T. F.
Cox, a member of the national guard
from Silver City, was arrested and
placed in the city Jail hist night by
three militiamen on a charge of at
tempting to kill the camp cook with
a bayonet. Cox !iad been on leave
and had imbibed considerable liquor
nne in tne city. On his return to
the camp he assaulted the cook with
a bayonet and It required the effort
of three of the militiamen to over
The cook Is not a member of the
guard and It Is supposed thai Cox
took a drunken dislike to him on
that account. Immediately after ho
returned to the camp. Cox grabbed
his gun and started for the cook,
who scrambled out of the way but
was speedily cornered and In another
minute would have been badly hurt.
Cox will be returned to Silver City
tomorrow and a court martial held
on bis case thers.
L FAIR IS
Manager Hubbs Looks For
a Record Breaking At
tendance This Fall.
"According to the reports of travel
ing salesmen who have visited the
different sections of the territory re
cently, there Is a widespread Intel o:
manifested in the big fair," said Man
ager Hubbs- today. "Traveling men
say that they have never seen such
enthusiasm about any territorial fair
or previous years and that the out
look for a large attendance Is more
"In the small towns and ooun'iy
districts there Is much fa'r talk.
Judging by. the Interest taktn, it
would seem that all the youna neonle
of the territory are saving up their
money to come to this city next fall
and have a good time. In most of
these small towns the people have
not much opportunity to spend
money for amusements and when they
go away from home they are nreoar-
ed to let loose.
Illg Attendance Sure,
"There Is every reason to believe
that the fair will have a 'arger at
tendance than any previous fair, for
the country is In a prosperous con
dition and there Is no other rreat
attraction to compete wlih the Albu
querque fair. Moreover tl" event Is
receiving unusually wide advertising
mis .year. The odsit ?iir, which
will start out from h-sra August 5
on a grand ailveruj'i.f tour undr
the management jf :. J. Webster,
will be equipped a n- previous ad
vertising car has been and will visit
many more places.
"The fair officials are deluged with
correspondence relative to the ex
hibits and attractions, and gradually
the whole scheme of the fair Is as
suming definite shape. Field sports
and athletics will occupy a prominent
place in the program of the fair. A
great deal of local Interest is awaken
ing In this deiartment and it Is al
most assured that the soldiers who
will be here from Fort Wlngate, will
enter heartily Into the various ath
letic contests. A feature of the ath
letic attractions will be a big tug
of war. It is planned to have a series
of contests of this kind. If different
nationalities or different trades can
be Interested In the tug of war, and
will strive for the supremacy In thes-;
events, a wide Interest will be at
tached to the contests.
"Xothlng definite is yet known as
to what speakers can be secured to
take part in the historical department
of the fair, but no fear Is felt In this
regard. The fact that the historical
exhibit is to be one of the main fea
tures of the fair will attract person
of prominence. The archbishop at
Santa Fe recently assured Secretary
Stamm of his willingness to assist in
making the historical department a
success, though he could not promise
to be present himself on account of
his 111 health.
TEACHERS TO WED
The marriage of Miss Ade Reaver
a teacher in the Albuquerque In
dian school, and Flemming Laven
der, Instructor In the harness-making
department of the sch ol. will take
place at 5 o'clock this evening at the
home of the superintendent on the
school campus. The ceremony will
be performed by Rev. Hugh A. C top
er ,of the Presbyterlun church. Roth
of the young people are full-Wooded
Indians, Miss Beaver beirg a Shawnee
and Mr. Lavender an Apache; both
are accomplished musicians and high
ly respected at the school.
The wedding was to have been
kept a secret, but the news leaked
out and their friends and the stu
dents of the school are preparing to
give the young couple a routing re
ception. Following the ceremony a
wedding supper will be given in hon
or of the bride and groom by the
students and employes of the school,
after which they will leave on train
No. 8 for Denver on their honey
moon. Roth will return to their work
at the school this fall.
MAN KILLED III ITALY
Illsbee, Ariz.. July 2. Falling six
feet out of a cherry tree at his home
In Italy, Lawreivce Carretto sustained
Injuries which resulted In his death
seven days later, July . This was
the Information received by the
bereaved family of the (Weaned In
a letter which reached Blubee last
Mr. Carretto, who left here with a
party of companion several weeks
asro. had been in his native town of
Sale Casteineuvo Canavue for a short
time visiting; relatives. The letter
states that he was in a small cherry
tree when he was precipitated to the
ground only six feet lielow him and j
w as fatally injured. The exact na-!
ture of his Injuries wers not men
tioned. Funeral services were held in
Italy shortly after his death. '
Mr. Carretto was at the time of his
death 2H years of age and was uni
versally liked and respected by those
who knew him. Reside his mother,
who resides in Blabee, he leaves four
brothers here, and a lter, Mrs. Lo
g"an, in Utah, to mourn his demise.
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ALHUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO
'Two hearts beat as one," "Gee,
but I never lived before," "May all
your troubles be little ones," "Mr.
and Mrs. Newly-wed on their western
wedding tour," "We don't know
where we're going, but We're on our
way," "We are newly wedded and
green, but we can't help It," "O. my,
such Is married life," and a number
of other similar placards, made more
attractive by two pair of shoes and
other articles on two trunks at the
Santa Fe depot today.
"'Wonder what It means," remarked
a newsboy to Harry Fouls, ticket
"Oh, two lovely souls got spliced,
that's all." answered Fouts.
A closer examination of the trunks
showed that the owners evidently
hailed from Xewton. Kan., and the
report of the baggage master showed
that the trunks and their owners
came in on Xo, 9 last night.
"I've seen many trunks belonging
to newly wedded couples at the local
depot." said General Agent Purdy this
morning, "tout these two take the
Up to 4 p. m. the owners, "the
Xewlyweds" had not called for their
Polishes and dressings for black!,
tan, brown, white, pliiK, blue ami
gray shoes at C. May's Shoe store,
S14 West Central avenue.
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Gold Filling $1.50 up
Gold Crowns $6
Painless Extracting.. . 50c
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We manufacture all kinds
of Ladles' Hair Goods. Com
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We carry a complete line
of Alleen Berg's Celebrated
Creams and Tonics, which are
especially prepared for this
climate. Tour patronage Is re
Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter,
When in Silvr City Patronize
Mrs. Van Riper's
PRIVATE BOARDING HcOSE
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