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6 Santa Fe New Mexican, Monday, July 3. 1 905.
IOT.GO I The Old 'Reliable Rotife The Santa Fe FAST TIME ELEGANT EQUIPMENT Harvey Serves the rjeals Call on or address the undersigned fur LOW EXCURSION RATES EAST ! W. J. BLACK, G. P. A. Topeka, Kas. II. S. LUT2, Agent Santa Fe, N. M. Increase Your BusinessAdvertise ' Mail Your Orders FOR New and Second Hand SAFES AND SCALES A.ND SWE MONEY PARCELLS SAFE CO. 216 California St., Sao Franc sco, Ca'. 1 LOST An envelope containing leg al documents and corrsepondence, Finder please return to New Mexican office. WANTED Clean cotton rags. For a short time we will pay 4c a pound 1 a '1 EXCURSION RATES EAST. The Santa Fe Central Pailway Company in connection with the GREAT ROCKJSLAND SY TiM. Excursions rates east. For low rates to all points in the east this summe- call or address S. B GRIMSEAW, General Passenger Agent. WANTED To purchase a 100-acre shoep ranch. Give full description and price per acre. Address H. L. Ortiz, Santa Fe, New Mexico. FOR SALE CHEAP Several pairs of chases, 6, 7 and 8 columns, with metal side and end sticks, complete, at New Mexican office, Santa Fe, N. M. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with use of bath; with or without board. Apply at Claire Hotel. SANTA FE. NEW MEXICO. DAVID HARUM SAID: "Interest's one o' them things that keeps right on nights and Sundays." The same may be said of the Bon Ton for it keeps open nights and Sundays the same as every day In the week and you can always get the very best the market affords, and at a very reas onable price. Try the Bon Ton for a good meal or short order. f Nev Mexico Civil Code handsome ly bound in sheep, per copy $1.00, fc Falo by the New Mexican Printing Ornracy. Crpica '..'ill be sent ly mail i. :'(! t:n receipt of gum as above, to any ud.iieg cicx.trt'i!. TO RENT A few nice rooms near Santa Fe and Union depots. Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Ap ply at 114 Cerrillos Street, South side. FOR RENT Two handsome six room apartments in the old adobe Cat ron home. All modern Improvements. Newly remodeled. Inquire at Catron residence. CLAIRE HOTEL RESTAURANT. We can take a few more table boarders at $5 per week. First class meals; quick service; polite waitress es; elegant coffee. Special rates for dinners only. BRIEF bITS OF NEW MEXICO NEWS. died at her week after a DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A NEWSPAPER? If you do we can fix you out, by our quick method. B. T. Tennant & Co., N. Topeka. Kans. Mrs. Harvey HIsm home in Tularosa last protracted illness. C. Chavez was arrested at Albu querque last week for beating his wife and was given a sentence of ten days at hard work on the streets. Pearce and Blxby, contractors and builders of Roswell, will soon put in a plant to manufacture building brick, building stone, sewer pipe, fence posts and other articles out of cement and sand. N. Carpenter, representing the Na tion Meat and Supply Company of El Paso, was in Tularosa last week and bought thirty-five head of mules and horses at a cost of $1,200. Frank Canavan pleaded guilty at Gallup last week to the charge of sell ing liquor to the Indians and was bound over to the grand jury in the sum of $500, In default of which he was taken to the Jail at Albuquerque. Last Thursday at Silver City burg lars attempted to enter the Columbia Hotel and the store of P. J. Reidlinger but were frightened away before sue ceeding. The police are on the look out for the parties but so far have made no arrests. Otero County peaches are now ripe and the growers are finding a read market for them at eight cents pound. There is a big crop, many of the orchardists having been compelled to thin about two-thirds of the crop early in the season. The citizens of Raton have organiz ed an Improvement and protective as sociatlon and will proceed to beautify that town. The officers of the Max well Land Grant have offered to do nate a tract of land to be used as a city park and a band will be organ lzed to give concerts therein. W. B. Wrigley has been elected president of the association, M. M. Dawson secre tary and Mr. Price treasurer. The annual election of officers for the Silver City chapter of the Daugh ters or the American Revolution was held in that city last week and result ed as follows: Regent, Mrs. S. M Ashenfelter; vice regent, Mrs. W. H. White; recording secretary, Mrs. H. Wilson Brown; corresponding secre tary, Mrs. Percy Wilson; treasurer, Mrs. R. P. Barnes; registrar, Mrs. L. B. Morrill; historian, Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson; chaplain, Mrs. Harriet T. Burt; board of management commit tee, Mrs. S. A. Alexander, Mrs. Effie McAnlnch and Mrs. George H. Utter; program committee, Mrs. W. B. Wal ton, Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson and Mrs, L. B. Morrill; ways and means com mittee, Mrs. W. H. White, Mrs. R. P. Barnes and Mrs. L. B. Morrill. Cupid is Busy. Jule F. Wood and Miss Edna Dog gett were married at Raton last week. Louis W. Black and Miss Sylvia An na Greaves were married at Albuquer que last week. John J. Fletcher and Miss Amelia Davis, young people of Plnos Altos, were married at Silver City last week. H. A. Ezel, day operator for the San ta Fe at Gallup, and Miss Maye E. Gayle, of Port Lavaca, Texas, were married at Gallup last week. Jesse P. Barksdale, a well known cattle man of Luna County, was last week married to Miss Lily Hall, of Silver City. They will make their home at Mr. Barksdale's ranch Nutt Station. Bi musness "I hve ated your valuable CascareM and And them perfect. Couldn't do without them. 1 ,a7i need them for ome time for indigestion ana till . .nn.ni..,.iu nnrAH. lincoin. mend them to everyone. Once tried, you wtu never be without them In the family. w v Edward A. Man, Albany, n. I. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Attorneys at Law. Santa Fe MAX. FROST. Attorney at Law, Now M co. 1905 Jul-. 1905 near fev The Bowels V CANDY CATHARTIC flST bi . D.i.,.ki. pn..t,t Tuotn Hnnfl D(l Good Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe, 10c. 25c 50c. Never aold In bulk. The genuine tablet stnmpeu vvv. Saaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 60s AXNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES SUMMER TOURIST RATES VIA D. & R. G. Santa Fe to Denver and return$22.55 Santa Fe to Pueblo and return $17.55. Santa Fe to Colorado Springs and re turn $19.55. Date of sale daily; final limit October 31. F. T. McBRIDE. Agent (Homestead Entry No. 4973.) Notice for Publication. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. June 17, 1905. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the register or receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on July 27. 1905, viz.: Felipe Garcia, for the S 1-2 NW 1-4, S 1-2 NE 1-4, section 26, T 14 N, R 11 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, said land, viz.: Manuel Martinez, Patricio Garcia, Jose Maria Apodaca, all of Cow Springs, N. M., and Guadalupe San chez of Santa Fe. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. A PLEASANT EVENING Can be spent at "The Club" with gentlemen associates. Courteous treatment is accorded to all whether you spend a cent or not. The best brands of cigars and refreshments al ways on hand. Santa Fe Central Rail'y TIME TJS-BX-E Effective Sunday, September II, 1904. South Bound North Bound No Mi Statioui. Altl HANNA & SPENCER, Attorneys at Law. 'Phone 86. Offices Griffln Block. BENJAMIN M. READ, Attorney s Law, Santa Fe, - New Mexico. Office, Sena Block. Palace Ave. WILLIAM H. H. LLEWELLYN, Attorney at Law, Las Crucea, New Mexio. District Attorney foi Dona An, Otero, Grant, Luna and Sierra Coun ties Third Judicial District CHAS. K. E SLEY, (Late Surveyor General.) Attorney at Law, Sunta Fe, ... New Mexico. Land and Mining Business a Specialty. E. C. ABBOTT, Attorney at Law, Practices in the District and fiu preme Courts. Prompt und careful at teutlon given to all businens. District Attorney for thd Counties ol Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos and'Sa Juan. Santa Fe, New Mexico. EDWARD C. WADE, Attorney at Law, Practices in All the Courts. "Mining Capes and Mineral Patents a Specialty." Las Cruces - New Mexico. 8nn H mi 1'uttH Weil Thur l-rl Hat 1 S 3 4 o a 1 8 H 1U II 1 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 SO SI S3 84 86 88 87 88 80 30 31 - I FRATERNAL SOCIETIES MASONIC. Montezuma Lodge No. 1, A. F. and A. M. Regular communlca tion first Monday of each month at Masonic Hall, at 7:30 p. m. CLINTON J. CRANDALL, W. M ALAN R. McCORD, Secretary. Suita Fe Chapter No. 1 R. A. M. Regular con vocation second Monday 'n each month at Mason c Hall, at 7:30 p. m. W. E. GRIFFIN, H. V THUR SELICMAN, Secretary. 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 ln Washington. Albuquerque, New Mexico. A. B. RENEHAN, Practices in the Supreme and Dis trict Court. Mining And Land Law n Specialty. Roone 8 and 9, Sena Build ing, Palace Avenue, S.nta fre, '.J. M. Canta Fe Commandery No 1, K. T. Regular conclave fourth Monday in eacn month at Masonic Hall, at 7:30 p. m. W. E. GRIFFIN. E. C. W. H. KENNEDY, Recorder. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 2, Knights ol Pythias. Regular meeting every Tues day evening at 8 o'clock, Castle Hall, corner of Don Caspar Avenue and Wa ter Street. Visiting KntghU given r. cordial welcome. FREDERICK SIEGNER, C. C. J. S. CANDELARIO, K. R. S. R. H. BOWLER, Master of Finance. I. F. G. W. PRICHARD, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Practices in all the District Courts and gives special attention to cases before the Territorial Supreme Court. Office Capitol Building, Santa Fe, N.M. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 2, I. O. O. F., neets every Friday evening In Odd ellows, Hall, San Francisco Street. Visiting brothers velcome. FREDERICK MULLER, N. Q. A. P. HOGLE, Secret- ry. B. P. O. ELKS. No ll.UU p 1.2" p 1.45 p 2.(15 p i 45 P s.ao p 4.0 p 0.30 p D9.1 p n 4 .50 p 7.20 p 8.10 p Lve Santa Fe.. .Arr " .. ..Donaclana... " " ...Veira Hlanoa.. " " Kennedy... . ' " Clark " " Stanley " " ... JUoriarty ... " " ... ..Mcintosh... " " Eataneia ... " " VUllard.... " " ....ProirreMO... " " Blanoa " A rr Torrance . . Lve 4.30 p 4 10 p 3 .49 p 3.10 p 8.45 p 1 p 1.20 P 12.45 p 12.2U p 11.15 p 10.45 a 6,285 10.25 a 6,475 8.40 a 7,000 6.650 6.400 6,050 8,125 6.370 6.250 6,175 6,140 6,125 6,210 EMMETT PATTON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Box 96. Roswell, New Mexico. Offlco Over Citizen's National Bank. A. W. POLLARD, Attorney-at-Law. Demlng New Mexico. District Attorney, Luna County. Osteopathy. HOTEL ARRIVALS. SANTA FE ROUTE Keep your business ever before the public by advertising In your home paper. Supplies for Notaries Public for sale by the New Mexican Printing Company. Have your stationery printed by the New Mexican Printing Company. LOCAL TIME TABLE. ARRIVE. No. 721 12:01 p. m. No. 723 8:15 p. m. No. 725 9:40 p. m DEPART. wo. 7zu io a. m. No. 722 4:20 p. m. no. 7Z4 7:30 p. m. No. 720 connects with No. 2 east- '..ound. No. 722 connects with No. 1 west No. 724 connects with No. 7 west bound. No. 1 stops at all stations. No. 7 will stop at all stations, Lamy to Albuquerque to discharge passen gers from Santa Fe. H. S. LUTZ. Agent City ticket office- Catron block, east sMe Plata. I', - Jbose Awful Meadow! Are sure Indications of soma form of stomach trouble, biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will next overtake you. Don't risk it, and above all. don'ttake calomel or quinine both are dangerous HERBINE n j, II - .vx mm JSBCZMi2flsVE3C3sMBSRliaK9BCSZSBllDBlE5CI haa all their virtues none of their deadly effects. HER BINE taken regularly will forestall headaches, put tno digestive orpansin pcritct condi tion, head oil biliousness, headaches, liver ins, Keep you in good neaith. TRY IT TO-DAY. S9o 8l Botflo. All DruMlsta. Palace: O. M. Fairchild, St. Louis; B. H. McHenry, Durango: F. O. Mo- burg and wife, Omaha, Nebraska, Mrs. Francis E. Bade, Miss Elizabeth Bale, Miss Louise Beck, Adolph Bade Will lam Bade. Goshen. Indiana: A. A, Keen, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McGaffey. Albuquerque; Mrs. Luther Foster, Miss Lute Foster, Las Cruces; J. P. Mc- Nulty, Miss T. M. McNulty, Cerrillos; Mrs. A. Kohler, Parral, Chihuahua; W. C. Llndgren and wife T. C. Graton, Washington; R. E. Twltchell, D. J. Herron, Las Vegas; T. A. Moriarty. Charles E. Doll, Denver; A. M. Vaughan, Richmond, Va.; A". T. Par- nell, San Francisco. Claire: William KIndermann, Tier- ra Amarllla; L. H. Cheney, C. M. Cartlett. Monte Vista. Colo.; M. L. Kahn, Pueblo; E. P. Davles, George W. Harbin, Waterloo. Ia.; W. T. White, Roswell; Mrs. Lonora Carpenter,-Des Moines, la.; L. C. Graton. Washington; F. O. Maburg. Omaha; J. H. Harding, St. Louis; William D. Hayes, United States Forest Service; W. Llndgren and wife, Albuquerque; C. A. Florey. Flagstaff; D. Hansbro and wife, Raton: Frank B. Cook, R. W. Hoyt, Las Vegas: T. C. Buell. San Pedro; F. L. Burke. Antelope Springs; T. T. Benlan, Denver: Miss Zelma Brown, Salt Lake City; T. E. Walton wife and child, Boston, Mass. Normandle: W. R. Coleman, Trlnl dad; Charles E. Shreiner, A. B. Chap man, Denver; Pablo Gonzales, AM quiu; A. B. Thompson, Chicago; T. J. Downey, Thoreau; A. L. Kendal, Cer rillos. Bon Ton: L. W. Sawards, Espa- nola; P. C. de Baca, M. Montoya, W. Z. Wade. Clenega; A. Call, Albuquer que; I L. Levy, New York; A. E. Row land. C. H. Miller. Las Vegas; J. S. Merton, Albuquerque; Frank Warner, Cerrillos; L. A. Gold. Lamy. Connecting at Santa Fe, N. M., irtUi the Denver & Rio Grande R. R. for all points in Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Mon tana, Washington and the Great North- trest. 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 ase'ress S. B. GRIMSHAW, Qaneral Passenger Agent, Santa Fe, N. M DR. CHARLES A. WHEELON, Osteopath. No. 103 Palace Avenue, Successfully treats acute aad chronic diseases without drugo or medicines. No charge for consultation. Hours: 9-12 m., 2-5 p. m. 'Phone 15. Santa Fe Lod No. 460, B. P. O. U, holds its regular serslon on the second and fourth Wednesdays oi each month. Visiting brothers are Invited and wel come. O. C. WATSON. H. R. A. J. Fischer, Secretary. FRATERNAL UMON. Santa Fe Lodge No. 259, Fraternal Union of America Regular meetings first and third Mondays In each moath at 8 o'clock p. m., Knights of Pythias Hall, Don Gacpar Avenue. Vlsitin fraters welcome. GABINO r.SNDON, Fraternal Master DAVID GONZALES, Secretary. MAGGIE G. MONTOYA. Treasurer. D. &. R. G. SYSTEM Santa Fe Branch. TIMETABLE. Effective November 7th, 1904. Civil Engineers and Surveyors. Q. A. COLLINS, Civil and Irrigation Engineer, U. 3. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Concrete Construction. 250 San Francisco St Santa Fe, N. M. -- .. .. 3 Architects. The New Mexican can do printing equal to that done In any o. the large cities. Our solicitor: very piece of work we turn out. Try our work once and yon will certainly come again. We have all the facilities for turning oat every class of work, incluilng one of the best binderies In the west a 1ST HOCHD WB9T BODBD Ho. 424. MlLM Station MrOOa l p 2:11 p SKlOp 4:02 p 4:32 p 6.35D 8:3) p ..153 3:11 A ..2X7 ..0. .34. .53., .61., 81.. 91.. 125.. .L. .Ar.. S30p .l,t.. i:zop . " .. 12:26.o . U:3ttn 10:29 p iu:uu d 8:10p 6:4" p 12-40 n m.ccm ...vi.... . ..v oio !prinfs. 11 "I p 7:20a ..40$.... Ar... Denver L.. 8:30 p .aota Fe . . . hinanola , . Kmbudo .Barranca .Servilleta. . .. Tre Piedras. . Anton Ito . A I am ota Pueblo.. .. HOLT A HOLT. Architects and Civil Engineers. Maps and surreys made, buildings anf construction work of all kinds planned an" superintend. Office, Montoya Bull.!!, Plasa, Las Vegas No425 Phons 94. VERE a vVALLINQFOID, Architect ririt National Bank Block, Alhoaerqe, N. M R. M. MAKE, Architect and Builder. p I Santa Tt Nw Mexico. THE 1MUTUAL BUILDING &) LOAN ASSOCIATION Will assist you to Own Your Own Home I Be your own landlord. Pay your rent Into the Building St Loan Association and thus pay for your home. Try a They if5 Want Ad Bring Results. THE LEGISLATIVE MANUAL. The Legislative Manual for 1905. of Blue Book for New Mexico, historical and officlaf compendium of value to every business man and officer and of Interest to every citiien, 304 pages. Price fl.50. Address the New Mexi can Printing Company, Santa Fe. Trains stop at Embudo for dinner where good meals are served. CONNKCTIONS. At Antonlto for Durango, Sllvprtoo ana intermediate points. At Alamosa for I)eDer, Pueblo and Intermediate points via 6 iber the stand ard gauge line via La Veta Pass or the narrow gauge via Sallda, making the entire trip In day light and passing through the FAMOUS ROYAL GORGE also for all points on Creede branch. S. K. HooMtii, G. P. A , Deae Colo. A. S. Bakhkt, ve'log pAtsenger Ageo SANTA FE CENTRAL RAILWAY. Time Table. 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 ..7:65 a. m. 2d Day Arrive Chicago 12 noon 2d Day Leave Santa Fe 1 p. m Arrive Torrance 8:10 p. m. eave Torrance 11:13 p. m Arrive Ml Paso ....8:07 a. m. 1st Day All legal blanks at the New Mexican The Association has ou hand money to loan on desirable property. For particulars call on r addressi the secretary, R. T. CRICHTON, GBirttN BLOCK. SANTA VS. M DO YOU KNOW." The supposition Is that no one wants poor whiskey aty more than they do poor coffee or te yet they urchase it I not knowing the difference. The best costs no more. We handle bonded goods exclusively. "TOT CLUB." U is an admitted fact that real e tate, financial men and merchants all say that quickest and beet results are obtained by advertising In the "New Mexican." For Your LIFE, ACCIDENT or HEALTH Tlnscrance Your SURETY of COURT BONDS, As well as Your FIRE INSURANCE KILLthe COUGH and CURE THE LUNC8 VISITORS AND STRANGERS If you are a visitor or stranger In the city and desire some place to I spend your leisure hours where you I will not get lonesome and where yonl will receive the most cordial wel come, drop Into The Club." AH the popular games and best brands of 11 quors and cigars. "IIH0r. King's Now Discovery JUY.PTICN and Price 60c $1.00 Free Trial. Try a New Mexican "Want Ad." Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNC TROUB LES, or MONXT RACK. Go to . . . THE HANNA 4'SPENCER INSURANCE AGENCY 'Pfcoae Ne. M. Cer. Wssalaftos aad Palace Aveaaes It Is an admitted tact that real es tate, financial men and merchants all say that quickest and best results are obtained by advertising la tfce "New Mexleaa."