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Santa Fe New' Mexican, Saturday, Jane 10. 1 905.
Ou account of the convention of the
National Educational Association at
Asbury Park July 3d to 7th, the Wa
bash Railroad has put into effect a
rate of one fare for the round trip to
'New York, plus $3.35 from there. This
ticket will be good either direct or
via New York City and it is optional
with the passenger to use rail or boat
line between Detroit and Buffalo and
between Albany and New York. All
tickets routed via Wabash Railroad,
will be good for stopovers in either or
both directions at Detroit and Niagara
Falls and at New York on the return
trip. Tickets reading via Wabash Rail
road will also be good between New
York and Asbury Park on steamers of
the Sandy Hook line, which arrange
ment will add a little salt to the trip.
These tickets will be on sale from
June 28th to July 1st inclusive, and
will be good for return till August 31.
Phil P. Hitchcock, G. A. P. A. of the
Wabash Railroad at Denver states that
lie will be pleased to answer all ques
tions and mail literature pertaining to
, the trip on request.
It is ten times easier to cure roiigns,
Croup, whooping- couh unci all hint?
and bronchial affections when ie
bowels are open. Kennedy's Ln.vi"ve
Honey and Tar is the original Lax tlve
Cough Syrup. Gently moves the bow
els and expels all cold from the syst em.
Cuts the phlegm, cures all coughs uud
strengthens weak lunis.
Sold By Ireland's Pharmacy.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Santa Fe, N. M. May 19, 1905.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the New Mexican Printing
Company, a corporation duly organiz
ed and doing business under the laws
of the Territory of New Mexico with
principal office in the city of Santa Fe
and Territory of New Mexico, will be
held according to the by-laws at 4
o'clock in the afternoon on Monday,
the 10th day of July, 1905, for the elec
tion of a Board of Directors and for
the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before it.
In witness whereof I have affixed
my hand and seal, this the 19th day of
May, 1905. P. F. ltNIGHT,
Secretary New Mexican Printing Co.
THE LEGISLATIVE MANUAL.
The Legislative Manual for 1905, ot
Blue Book for New Mexico, historical
and official compendium of value to
every business man and officer and of
interest to every citizen, 304 pages.
Price $1.50. Address the New Mexi
can Printing Company, Santa Fe.
Ancient witchery was believed In by
only a few but the true merit of De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is known by
every one who has used it for boils,
ores, tetter, eczema and piles.
Sold By Ireland's Pharmacy.
THE WABASH IMPROVING.
In line with its policy of improve
ment in passenger service, the Wabash
line has uniformed Its Cafe Car Walt
ers on the "Banner Blue Limited" be
tween St. Louis and Chicago, with
white Tuxedo coats and low cut black
vests. The new uniform is very strik
ing and attractive.
Santa Fe Central Rail'y
Effective Sunday, September II, 1904.
South Bound North Bound
No 1 Mi Stations. AIti No i
iTckTp (TLve... .Santa Fe...Arr T,00I 4.30 p
1.20 p 6 " ....Donaciana... " 6.650 4.10 p
1.45 p 16 " ...Vegra Klanca.. " 6.400 3.45 p
2.05 p 22 " Kennedy.... " 6.050 3.10 p
8 45 p 2H " Clark " 6,125 2 45 p
3.30 p 41 " Stanley " 6.370 p
4.05 p 52 " ... .Morlarty... " 6.250 1.20 p
6.30 p 61 " ... .Mcintosh... " 8,175 12 45 p
6 55 p 69 " Estancia... " 6,1401!. 2 p
4.20 p 81 " Willard.... " 6.125IH.15 p
4.50 p 92 " ....Progresso... " 6,21010.45 a
7.20 p 99 " Kinncft " 6.2N5 l'i.25
8.10 p 116 Arr.... Torrance.. Lve 6,47.' 9.40 a
Connecting at Santa Fe, N. M., "Via)
the Denver & Rio Grande P. It for all
points in Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Mon
tana, Washington and the Great North
l.est Connecting at Torrance for all points
east and west with Golden State Lim
ited trains Nos. 43 and 44. Pullman
berths reserved by wire.
For rates and Information address
S. B. GRIMSHAW,
Central Passenger Agent,
Santa Fe. N. M
D. &. R. G. SYSTEM
Santa Fe Branch.
Effective November 7th. 1904.
Mo. 426. Ml I. as
11:00a ....0....L.. Santa Fe ....Ar.,
fc-JSlp ...34.... "...Espanola Lt..
2:11 p ...S3.... "...Kmbudo .,
3KX)p ...61.... "...Barranca .
4-02 p ...81.:.. " ...Servllleta.. .. ' ..
4:32 p ........ " ...Tres Ptedras. " ..
8:35 p . 125.... " ...Antonlto " ..
8:30 p .13.... "...Alamosa " .,
8O0a . 287.... " ...Pueblo " ..
4:22 a ..331.... " ...Colo Springs. ' .,
7:20 a ..406.... Ar... Denver Lv..
8 10 p
Trains stop at Embudo for dinner
where good meals are served.
At Antonlto for Durango, SUverton
and Intermediate points.
At Alamosa for Denver, Pueblo and
Intermediate points via e Iherthe stand
ard gauge line via La Veta Pass or the
narrow gauge via Salida, making the
entire trip In clay light and passing
thcough the FAMOUS ROYAL GORGE
also for all points on Creede branch.
S. K Hoopbb, G. P. A,,
A. S. Babket,
veling Passenger Agent
NEW MEXICO BUILDINGS.
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THE NEW COURT HOUSE AT PORTALES.
CHEAP RATES TO NEW YORK.
The Mexican Central has recent??
placed on sale tickets to New York and
return going via the Mexican Central
to either Vera Cruz or Tampico: thence
via the famous Ward Steamship Line
to New York. The return will be by
rail over any line to El Paso. The en
tire trip covering thousands of miles,
Havana, Cuba, and Its famous Moro
Castle, Newport and a dozen of the
largest cities of the United States, can
be made for $122.60. A more delightful
trip cannot be planned as stop-ovet
privileges are allowed and the tickets
are good for one year from the date
of sale. The trip includes the City of
Mexico, tne "Parts of America." Fur
ther information can be secured by ad
dressing A. Dulohery, Commercial
Agent, El Paso, Texas, or W. D. Mur
dock, Assistant General Passenger
Agent. City of Mexico.
An invitation is extended to any
white merchant outside of New York
City, or his representative, whose
name appears in Bradstreets or
Dunn's Commercial Agency Book, to
accept the hospitality of our Hotel for
three days without charge. Usual
rates, apartment with private bath, :.
per day and up, without meals. Par
lor, bedroom and private bath, $35 per
week and up, with meals for two. New
York merchants and editors are re
quested to call the attention of their
out of town buyers and subscribers to
70 W. 46th St., New York City.
If in a kind of bilious mood,
You wish an aid to digest food,
No other pill is half so good
As De Witt's Little Early Risers.
When e'er you feel impending ill,
And need a magic little pill,
No other one will fill the bill
Lite De Witt's Little Early Ilisers.
Sold By Ireland's Pharmacy.
New Structure at Portales,
Roosevelt County Very
HOME MATERIAL USED
In Its Construction From the Plant of
the New Mexico Stone Manufac
LIVERY STABLE LAW.
According to the Williams Livery
Stable Law, passed by the 36th Legis
lative Assembly and approved by Gov
ernor Otero, every keeper of a livery
stable is required to post a copy of the
law in a conspicuous place in his
stable. The law is for the protection
of livery stable keepers against dead
beats and persons who damage any
vehicle or inlure any animal hired
from a livery stable. The New Mexi
can has printed the law neatly upon
cardboard and is ready to fill all or
ders at $100 for each poster in Eng
lish or in Sparish.
SANTA FE CENTRAL RAILWAY.
Leave Santa Fe 1 p. m.
Arrive Torrance , 8:10 p. m.
Leave Torrance.. , 8:30 p. m
Arrive Kansas City 8:40 p. m.
Vrrive St. Louis ..7:55 a. m. 2d Day
Arrive Chicago 12 noon 2d Day
Leave Santa Fe 1 p. m
Arrive Torrance.. .. 8:10 p. m
eave Torrance 11:12 p. m
Arrive Bl Paso 6:07 a. m. 1st Day
VISITORS AND STRANGERS
If you are a visitor or stranger in
the city and desire some place to
spend your leisure hours where you
will not get lonesome and where you
will receive the most cordial wel
come, drop into "The Club." All the
popular games and best brands of li
quors and cigars.
Keep your business ever before the
public by advertising in. your home
Free to All SicK People
Write for Onr Book Entitled
Tells tint you can cure
yourself In the privacy
nf your own home.
Tells how to create new
rich, pure Diooa anu
Tells how to supply inj
vital elements upon n'tn
your existence and life de
pends. ItEAD THIS BOOK NOW
d learn how to combat, destroy
and kill bacilli, microbes and
Write today for Book No. 5
Please state your disease when writing.
r.iocEXE M'i-a co Philadelphia, pa.
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The Roosevelt County court house
presents the appearance of natural
stone, but is, in fact, constructed of
hollow concrete building blocks upon
a cement and stone foundation. The
New Mexico Stone Manufacturing
Company, incorporated, is a Portales
concern, organized by Portales peo
ple, and the first buildings in the
Territory constructed of Palmer's pat
ent hollow concrete building blocks
were constructed at Portales. Since
the initiation of the manufacture of
these blocks at. Portales, plants for
the manufacture of concrete building
stone have been established at Ros
well, Artesia, and Albuquerque and
many buildings have been constructed
of this material in those cities.
While the board of county commis
sioners of Roosevelt County was
pleased to patronize a home industry
in the purchase of material out of
which to build the court house, it did
not do so until it had thoroughly in
vestigated the character of the cement
building blocks turned out by this
company at Portales, and had satis
fied itself beyond any doubt that the
manufactured product was substantial
and permanent in its character.
The court house occupies the center
of the public square of the town, and
the main structure is sixty feet square,
two stories high, with central dome
and clock tower. A hall way twelve
feet wide extends through the center
of the building on the ground floor
and all partitions to the second story
are made of ten inch hollow concrete
blocks. There are eight separate
rooms on the first floor. In the large
room at the southeast corner of the
building, constructed for and occupied
by the probate clerk and ex-offlcio re
corder, there has been constructed al
so of hollow concrete blocks, a vault
8 1-2 feet wide and 12 feet long. This
vault is double walled with an air
chamber between the inner and outer
walls. The outer wall being ten inch
es in thickness, and the Inner wall
eight inches thick. The entrance to
this vault is fitted with the latest im
proved Mossier patent vault door
and lock, and is fitted with appropri
ate shelving for holding the record
books of the county, records of the
probate and district courts and pro
ceedings of the county commissioners.
The county treasurer and ex-offlcio
county collector occupies the large
room in the northeast corner of the
building. This room has been fur
nished with a large Mossier safe in
which are kept the books and records
pertaining to the office of treasurer
and collector. Other rooms on this
floor accommodate the sheriff, asses
sor, probate judge, county superin
tendent of schools, surveyor, and jus
tice of the peace for precinct No. 1, of
' Rising near the front end of the
hall, a stairway extends to the second
story. This stairway has two flights,
' the upper reaching to a landing fnn
, which are entrances into the district
. court room, the grand jury room, and
! the room provided for the clerk of tha
district court. The district court room
extends through the center of th sec-
' ond story, is 30 feet wide and 60 feei
long, at the north end of which is lo-
' cated the judge's bench. A railing di
vides the audience portion of the court
room from that occupied by the
court, jury, lawyers, and litigants, iu
the trial of cases. The judge's private
room is at the northwest corner of
the court room and there is a room
for the petit jury at the southwest
corner, also a middle room off the
court room to the west from which a
stairway rises and extends to the
dome and clock tower.
Court officials have been frequent
ly heard to remark concerning the
exceptional convenience of the ar
raiigeinent of the rooms and space of
the building for the accommodation of
their work and the work of the sev
eral officials of the county. The build
ing was first completed and occupied
in December, 1904, and at its dedica
tion at that time, a portrait of Presi
dent Roosevelt, suitably framed, was
presented to the county (.because of
its name, no doubt) by the Hon. Will
lam H. Pope, judge of the Fifth Judi
cial District Court for the Territory,
find hangs suspended upon the wall
behind the judge's bench. This build
ing was constructed for the county un
der the direction of the first county
commissioners, who by the terms of
the act creating the county, were ap
pointed by Governor Otero. It has
cost the county a little more than
$9,000, and the opinion thus far has
been unanimous that no better struc
ture could have been had for the
Palace: William II. Pope, Roswell;
W. G. Tight, Albuquerque; C. M.
Light, Silver City; E. J. Reeves, El
Paso; G. W. Dorienne, Oakland, Cali
fornia; Charles S. Hill, Denver; W. W.
Strong, Kenosha, Wisconsin; F. K.
Claire: M. H. Wood and wife,
Golden; Dr. Pugler and wife, Espano
la; W. J. A. Kennedy, Pittsburg, Pa.;
John Off and son, Del Norte; Herman
Zappi, Memphis, Tennessee; C. II.
Phillips, Clinton, Arizona; E. O. Gra
ham, Frankfort, Kentucky.
Normandie: Jarrett O. Jones, Bovi
na, Texas; F. M. Posegate, St. Louis;
E. L. Pendleton, Alamosa; George
THE BEST COUGH SYRUP.
S. L. Annie. ex-Probate Judge, Otta
wa Co.. Kansas, writes: "This is to
say that I have used Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup for years, and that I do
not hesitate to recommend it as the
best cough "yrup I have ever used."
25c, 50c, $1.00. at Fischer Drug Co.
COMFORTS OF TRAVEL.
The Dorter on the California Limited
this winter will be prepared to press a
eentleman's trousers while he waits.
This is a new wrinkle, introduced for
the benefit of fastidious dressers. It
isn't absolutely necessary to carry
along an extra pair of trousers, either;
the porter works while you sleep.
LEARN TO SAY NO.
When people ask you to eat else
where than the Bon Ton, alwaya say
"no," for that is the best short order
house in the city. Also regular meals
may be had, either in the publio or
private dining rooms.
"Uncle Sam's" guarantee goes with
very bottle of whisky sold at the
"Club." Goods bought in bond only.
None better at any place or at any
Snmttfnr Bnokabout " MotherhooA"
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if anv cave of labor, no matter how diffi
cult. With thLs liniment. Motherhood is a beautiful
ilrram- u-ithniit if. a ni ghtmare. Jso more suner-
ing, nu more needless cart s, but one peaceful ideal
mo! her hood is vours if vou will but ODen your eyes.
tor external use. safe to adminster, and
wonderful in results. A word to the wise:
- Mother's Friend." All druetrists sell it at
fi.oo per oottle. We send our book, "Mother-j
hood," fiee, if you ask for it.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
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MBBI PHaiBBnBin aT aT
and oAN l-KANUItUU
LOS ANGELES and SAN DIEGO and Retarn $36.90.
Every Tuesday, Thursday andSatarday.
For full particulars' regarding rates and routes call on any agent of
The Santa Fe
W. J. BLACK, G. P. A., " H. S. LUTZ, cAgent
Topeka, Kansas. Santa Fe, N. M.
0J0 CALIEfJTE i(07 SPRINGS.
-These Celebrated Hot Springs are
located in the midst of the Ancient
Cliff Dwellers, tw nty-2ve miles west
of Taos, and tttj miles north of Santa
Fe, and about twelve miles from Bar
anca Station, on the Denver aad Rio
Grande Railway, from which point a
dally line of stages runs to the Springs.
The temperature of these waters is
from 90 to 122 degrees. The gases are
rarbonlc. Altitude, 6,000 feet Climate
very Jry and delightful the year
round. Thre is now a commodious
hotel for the convenience of Invalids
and tourists. These testers contain
1,686.24 grains of alkaline ealts to the
gallon, being the richest alkaline Hot
Serines in the world. The efficacy of
these waters has been thoroughly test
ed by the miraculous cures attested to
In the following diseases: Paralysis,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Comsumptlon,
Malaria, Brlght's Disease of the Kid
neys, Syphilitic and Mercurial Afleo
tions, Scrofula, Catarrh, La Grippe, aff
Female Complaints, etc., etc. Boar
lodging and bathing $2.60 per day; $1
per week; f 50 per month. Stage meets
Denver trains and waits for Saata Fe
train upon request This resort la at
tractive at all seasons, aid la open all
winter. Passengers for OJo Calient
can leave Santa Fe at a. m., and
reach Ojo Caliente at 4 . m. the same
day. Fare for round trip from Santa
Fe to Ojo Caliente, $7.40. For farther
ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor
. Ojo Caliente. Taos County, N. M
New Mexico Civil Code handsome
y bound In sheep, per copy $1.00, for
ale by the New Mexican Printing
Company. Copies will be sent by mall
'pon the receipt of sum aa above, to
my address df.lrl.
Headquarters for wedding cards
and announcements, at the New Mex
ican Printing Company, Santa, Fe.
Legal blanks both English and
Spanish for sale by the New Mexican
Keep your business ever before the
public by advertising in your home
Supplies for Notaries Public fer sal
by the New Mexican Printing Company.
subscribe for the New Mexican and
get all the latest and best news.
All legal blanks at the New Mexican
To Louisville. Kentucky. Denver, Colorado Springs,
and ueblo, Colorado. Chicago, Saint Louis, Memphis,
Kansas City, all points North and East.
EL PASO-Jf ORTHEASTERJi and I(0q
. ISLAND SYSTEMS.
LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT
Fastest Schedules -Finest Equipment
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Dining Cars All the Way Short Line East.
For further information call on or address
A. N. BROWN.
Genl. Pass. Agt E. P.-X. E. System.
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