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Santa Fe New Mexican Monday, May 8. 1905.
NEW MEXICAN bARGAINS. Herewith are some bargains offered by the New Mexican Printing Com pany: Code of Civil Procedure of the Territory of New Mexico, 1897, sheep bound, fl; paper bound, 75c; Missouri Pleading forms, 5; Missouri Code Pleadings, $6; the two for $10; Adapt ed to New Mexico Code, Laws of New Mexico, 1899, 1901, and 1903, English and Spanish phamphlet, $2.26; full leather $3; Sheriff's Flexible-Cover Pocket Docket single, $125; two or more books $1 ach; New Mexico Su preme Court Reports, Nos. 5 to 10, in clusive, delivered at publishers price. $3.30 each; Compilation Corporation Laws, 75c; Compilation Mining Laws, 80c; Money's Digest of New Mexico Reports, full sheep $6.S0 delivered: full list school banks. Riliniisness I hT oaed rear aloable Caicareta nd Snd them p 'rteot? Couldn't do without them. 1 hay. isd tlaem for tome time for tudige.tlon ndbll tJoVnesi and am now completely ured. Hecom. mend thein to everyone. Once tried. TOO will ., be without ""rSBi.tt-Alb..H.T. L0 The Bowels -a I CANDY CATtwmc in de- PUa.ant Palatable. Potent, Tte Good. Do Good, Vmt bken. "eiken or Gripe 10c 25c. 50c. Nerer fold In i bulk. The genuine tablet tamped 0 CO. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., wmcngo orn.i. w Read the New Mexican for newt. j )(NUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Kodaks and Photo Stiplpies ARTJPIC rURES.AND FRAMING. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing andEnlargtng. Mall Order tilven'l'rouipt Attention. Send for:Ctalo(iie. ii Aim nun P TA 213 south broadway HOWLANDaCO. los anoeles, cal. ;ves NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE KOSWBLL, NEW MEXICO. THIS MILITARY SCHOOL OP NEW MEXICO arraHMaHaM Established and Supported by the Territory. SIX MEN INSTRUCTORS, a" graduates of Standard Eastern Col leges. New buildings, all furnishings and equipments modern and com plete; gleam-heated, gas-lighted, baths, watr-works, all conveniences. TUITION, BOARD and LAUNDRY, 8200 per session. Session Is hree terms of thirteen weeks each. ROSWELL Is a noted health resort, 3,700 (eet above sea-level; well watered. REOENTS-Nathan Jaffa, W. M. Reed, R. S. Hamilton, J. C. Lea and E. A. Cahoon For particulars address COL. J. W. WILLSON, Supt. DISTRICT COURT NOTES. j Judge John R. McFie has handed down the following decisions: In the suit of the Territory of New j Mexico versus the Cochltl Gold Mining Company in the f irst Judicial District ; Court for Santa Fe County, In which the company pleaded exemption from taxation, on Its reduction works at Madrid, the court held that the prop erty in question was subject to taxa tion and gave Judgment for the Terrl tory. The case of Charles H. McHenry versus the Town of Farmlngton, San Jusm County, in the First Judicial Dls trict Court for San Juan County, which the defendant entered a murrer to the complaint made by the plaintiff that the contract sued for was ultra vires and void, the court overruled the demurrer and gave the defendant thirty days in which to an swer. Horace W. Longwill versus the Commissioners of Taos County. A suit had been entered In the First Ju dicial District Court for Taos County, to recover upon coupons cut from the current expense bonds of the county and owned by complainant. The coun ty resisted the payment of coupons 1 and 2tipon the ground that said cou pons had matured before the plaintiff boueht the bonds and that the plain tiff cave no consideration- for those two coupons. The court gave judg ment for the defendant for coupons Nnn 1 nnd 2 and ludement for the i Dlalntiff uDon the remaining coupons j John M. Cornelias, et al., versus the Farmers' Ditch Company of San Juau County, a suit in the First Judicial Dis trict Court for San Juan County, in volving the distribution of water tc ; the farmers ditch, judgment was ren ' dered for part of the relief only, de manded by the plaintiff. WANTS For sale, chesp, a second-band bicy cle; inquire at the New Mexican oflice. Santa Fe, - crrQ sat P HI eli roll tOD desk revolving chair. Inquire J. Weltmer. and cap rfnt Nieelv furnished rooms ,ih i.ua of bath: with or without board. Apply at Claire Hotel. wAMTrn-imn cotton raes. For a short time we will pay 4c a pound for clean rags. New Mexican nmuu6 Company. SANTA ROSA NOTES. The Short El Paso, Mexico and Southwest THE BEST LINE Denver. Kansas IQty, Chicago, and all Eastern Points. The Only Line to California Fast TimeMagnificent Eqaipment. ?or Farther Particulars, Call on W J. BLACK. G. P. A.. A. J. BISHOP. Agent. Topeka, Kas. Santa Fe, N. M. The public school will close on the 12th of the month, a trifle early be cause of lack of funds. Word reached here on last Sunday of the sudden death of Major George H. Smith at San Diego, California, from paralysis. His son, George H, Smith, Jr., left at once for the Cali fornia city. Major Smith was in his j 74th year and was for several years a resident of Santa Rosa, coming here 1 from South Superior, Wisconsin. He I was a civil war veteran, serving with ' distinction in the signal service. He leaves a widow, three sons and three 1 daughters. He made many friends ; her- Tho razret to hear of his death i Sheriff Felipe Sanchez has returned from an official visit to Springer. I Robert Payne, a civil engineer of , Georgetown, Kentucky, is here for his health. He la accompanied by his ' wife, the family being friends of Mr and Mrs. Llghtburne. c New Interest is being awakened In ; the oil claims In the vicinity of this 1 town. It Is understood that a handsome new Catholic Church will, soon be er ected at Santa Rosa. Rev. B. A. Hal- terman.the Catholic parish priest here has been wonderfully successful in raising funds. M. C. de Baca Is In town getting data In certain tax cases filed against the land grants in this county. JThe cases will be heard shortly at Las Ve gas. VOLUNTEER FfREMEN'S HI SPRIPG GillliL 6 BIB HUTS OF FUK HUD FRflUC-6 Commencing Monday, May 15 All Attractions Furnished By monarcn PROGRAM FOR THE LAS VEGAS RACES Following is the proEram of the Las Vegas Driving Park and Fair as soclation: Monday, June S. Purse No. h 2:35 pace, $400. Purse No. 'Si 2:24 W. $400. Purse No. 3, 1-4 mile running race, $100. Purse No. 4, 1-2 mile running race, $100. Tuesday, June 6. Purse No. 5, 2:19 pace, $400. Purse No. 6. 2:17 trot. $400. Purse No. 7, 5-8 mile running race, $100. Purse No. 8. Novelty race, 1-4 and 1-2 mile, $100. Wednesday. June 7. Purse No. 9, Free-for-all pace, $400 Purse No. 10, Las Vegas Merchants stake. 2-13 pace or trot. $1,000. Purse No. 11, 1-2 mile running race, tioo. Purse No. 12, Novelty race 1-4, and 1-2 mile purses, $100. CONSISTING OF 10-New and up to Date Paid Sho ws-10 3-New and Unparalleled Free Acts-3 Gorgeous Free Display of Fireworks Every Night. SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIA1E SANTA FE CENTRAL CARNIVAL RATES. For the Volunteer Firemen's spring carnival at Santa Fe, commencing Monday, May 15th, and closing Satur day. May 20th. the Santa Fe Central j will sell at all points on its line tick ets for the round trip at one fare. THE LEGISLATIVE MANUAL. The Legislative Manual for 1905, or ' Blue Book for New Mexico, historical and official compendium of value to every business man and officer and of interest to every cltlsen, 304 pages. Price il.BO. Address the New Max! can Printing Company, Santa Fe. Increase Yotif THE YEAR 'ROUND. The Bon Ton does business at the old stand, and people who go there once will eo there again. Why? Be cause they get the best and more for their money than any place In Santa Fe. Go once and you will go all the time. New Mexico Civil Code handsome ly bound In sheep, per copy $L00, for Company- Copies will be sent by mall upon the receipt of gum as above, to any address desired. wanted 100 men to work at saw mill and run timber. Also 50 teams, u B. Spencer, Eastview, N. M. n, aidp HOTEL RESTAURANT, w mk take a few more table boarders at $5 per week. First class meals; quick service; pome waiucD es; elegant coffee, special raie dinners only. for cna sale CHEAP Several pairs of chases, 6, 7 and 8 columns, with metal side and end sticks, complete, m New Mexican office, Santa Fe, N. M bookkeeper Competent young man desires position as bookkeeper or store manager for some mining com' nnnv TCmnloved at present. Refer ences. Address "ArKansas care vuio paper. Tho haiance of the household effects of the late Edward L. Bartlett will be sold along the Plaza in front of the nnatnfflcB. on Tuesday. May 9tn, iau& beginning at 10 o'clock. a. m. Charles Wagner, auctioneer. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DOCKETS. The, New Mexican Printing Company ha prepared civil and criminal doca eta especially for the use of Justices of the peace. They are especially ruiea, aHth nrintAd headings, in ramer avaa- Ish or English, made of good record paper, strongly and durably bound with leather back and covers and canvas Hid! have a full Index in front and the fees of Justices of the peace and constables printed In full on me nrsi naee. The pages are 10 1-2x16 inches. These books are made up in civil and nriminnl HnolrAta. separate, of 320 nasrea each or with both civil and criminal bound In one book, 80 pages civil and 320 pages criminal. To in troduce them they are offered at the fniinwtne low prices: Civil or criminal K0 Combination civil and criminal $5.00 For 45 cents additional for a single docket or 65 cents additional for combination docket, they will be sent bv mall or prepaid express. Cash In full must accompany order. State plainly whether English or Spanish printed heading Is wanted. Address NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. Wanted, clean cotton rags. For short time we will pay 4c a pound for clean rags. New Mexican Printing company. TELL YOUR FRIENDS IN THE EAST That the Santa Fe will sell Home- seeker's tickets from all points In Illi nois, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Ne braska to all points in New Mexico at one fare plus $2. Dates of sale every first and third Tuesday of each month, Tickets are good for 21 days from date of sale. Ask Santa Fe agents. Have your stationery printed by the New Mexican Printing Company. MRS. JOHN KOURY GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BOOTS, SHOES AND DRY GOODS. SELLING CHEAP nnairs Repaired If you have any chairs to cane, call on Mrs. E. C. Rlddley at 103 Guada lupe Street, 8anta Fe, N. M. Learn Stenography A few more pupils can be accommo dated In the Stenography Class. Bonn Pitman system taught.. For terms, etc, call on or address Mrs. Robert Montoya, City. FIVE WflTCH REP0IRIH6 OUR SPECIALTY. We Aleo Repair JEWELRY, GRAPHOPHONES, MU SIC BOXES, MACHINES, ETC. S. E. D. SEARS, S02 San Francisco St PROFESSIONAL CARDS Attorneys at Law. MAX. FROST, Attorney at Law, New M 'co. RICHARD H. HANNA, Attorney at Law, 'Phone (6. Offices Griffin Block. BENJAMIN M. REAL, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Office, Sena Block. Palace Ave. WILLIAM H. rl. LLEWELLYN, Attorney at Law, Las Cruces. New Mexico. District Attorney for Dona Ana, Otero, Grant, Luna and Sierra Coun ties Third Judicial District 1905 c7VIay 1905 Sun J Mon Tuni'Wod Thor ml Hal 7 14 SI S8 IS as 89 is 43 SO 10 T7 S4 31 11 IS as s is IS 8S 13 SO SI CHAS. K. E SLEY, (Late Surveyor General.) Attorney at Law, Santa Fe. - - - New Mexico. Land and Mining Business a Specialty. E. C. ABBOTT, Attorney at Law, Practices in the District and Su oreme Courts. Prompt and careful at tention given to all business. District Attorney fir the uranties 01 Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos and Saa Juan. Santa Fe, New Mexico. EDWARD C. WADE, Attorney at Law, Practices In All the Courts. "Mining Cases and Mineral Patents a Specialty." Las Cruces - - New Mexico. FRANK W. CLANCY, Attorney at Law, (District Attorney for Second Judicial District.) Practices in the District Courts and the .Supreme Court of the Territory, also before the United States Supreme Court in Washington. Albuquerque, New Mexico. A. B. RENEHAN, Practices in the Supreme and Dis trict Court Mining and Land Law a Specialty. Rooms 8 and 9, Sena Build Ing, Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, U. M. G. W. PRICHARD, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Practices In all the District Courts and elves special attention to cases before the Territorial Supreme Court. Office Capitol Building, Santa Fe, n.m. EMMETT PATTON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Box 96. Roswell. New Mexico Office Over Citizens National Bank. A. W. POLLARD, Attorney-at-Law. Demine New Mexico. District Attorney, Luna County. Osteopathy. DR. CHARLES A. WHEELON, Osteopath. No. 103 Palace Avenue, Successfully treats acute and chronic diseases without drugs or medicines. No charge for consultation, Hours: 9-12 m.. 2-5p. m. 'Phone 158. Dentists. DR. C. N. LORD, Office, Kahn Block, over Spits' Jewelry Store, South Side o'. Plaza. Civil Engineers and Surveyors. JAY TURLEY, Civil Engineer aad Surveyor, Irrigation W tk a Specialty U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Santa Fe, N. IL a A. COLLINS, Civil end Irrigation Engineer, Surveying end Mapping. Estimates Furnished. 250 San Francisco St. Santa Fe, N. M. Architects. HOLT A HOLT. Architects and Civil Engineers. Maps and surveys made, buildings and construction work of all kinds planned and superintended. Office, tfontoya Building, Plata, Las Vega Phone $4, FRATERNAL SOCIETIES MASONIC. Montezuma Lodge No. 1, A. F. and A. M. Regular communica tion first Monday of each month at Masonic Hall, at 7:30 p. m. CLINTON J. CRANDALL, W. M ALAN R. McCORD, Secretary. VERE a WALUNGFORD, . , Architect, rirst National Bank Block, Albuquerque, N. M R, M. NAKE, Architect and Builder. Santa Fe New Mexico. It la an admitted fact that real es tate, financial men and merchants all say that quickest and beet results are obtained by advertising In the "New Mexican." ' KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNC8 "".Dr. King's Now Discovery rOKSUMPTION 0UGH8 and iOLOS Pries 60c if 1.00 Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LTJNC TROTB UBS, or MONET BACK. Santa Fe Chapter No. 1 R. A. M. Regular con vocation second Monday In each month at Mason IcHalL at 7:30 p. m. W. B. GRIFFIN, H. P THTJR SBLICMAN, Secretary. Santa Fe Commandery No 1, K T. Regular conclave fourth Monday In each month at Masonic Hall, r.t 7:30 p. a. W. R. PRICE, B. I. W. B. GRIFFIN, R corder. KNIGHT8 OF PYTHIAS. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 2, Knights ol Pythias. Regular meeting every Tues day evening at 8 o'clock, Castle Hall, corner of Don Gaspar Avenue and Wa ter Street Visiting Knight, given c. cordial welcome. FREDERICK SIEGNER, C. C. J. S. CANDELARIO, K. R S. R. H. BOWLER, Master of Finance. B. P. O. ELKS. Santa Fe Lod No. 460, B. P. O. C holds its regular session on the second and fourth Wednesdays oi each month. Visiting brothers are invited and wel come. O. C. WATSON, B. R. A. J. Fischer, Secretary. FRATERNAL UMON. Santa Fe Lodge No. 259, Fraternal Union of America Regular meetings first and third Mondays in each month at 8 o'clock p. m., Knights of Pythias Hall, Don Gacpar Avenue. Visiting fraters welcome. - GABINO r-SNDON. Fraternal Master DAVID GONZALES, Secretary. MAGGIE G. MONTOYA. Treasurer. The New Mexican can do printing equal to that done In any of the large cities. Our solicitor: Bvery piece of work we turn out Try our work once and you will certainly come again. We have all the facilities for turning out every class of work, Including one of the best binderies In the west 4 MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Will assist you to Own Your Own Home ! Be your own landlord. Pay your rent Into the Building A Loan Association and thus pay for your home. The Association has ou baud money to loan on desirable property. For particulars call on r address jthe secretary, R. J. CRICHTON, iaSIFllH BLOCK, SANTA 71. H 1 ForYoar . . LIFE, ACCIDENT or HEALTH1 Insorauice Your SURETY of COURT BONDS. As well as Your FLRE INSURANCE Go to THE HANNA & SPENCER INSURANCE-AGENCY Those No. M. Cor. WasMstjtos asd Palace Aveaaes It is an admitted fact that real es tate, financial men and merchants all say that quickest and beat results) are obtained by advertisinc In the "New, Mexican.' A CONSIDERATION. A consideration of the fact that all who want a first-class meal on abort nntw m ii tli Bon Ton. will furnish you food for thought beforehand and a call at that popular house win ror alah food for the Inner man. A tne meal for 26 cents.