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is THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1907. The New Mexican Printing Company has prepared civil and criminal dock ets especially for the usu of Justice of the peace. They are especially ruled, with printed headings, In elthe Spanish or English, made of good rec ord paper, strongly and durably bound with leather back and covers and can vas, sides, have full index in front and the tees of justices of the peace and constables printed in full on the first page. The pages are 10x6 Inches. These books are made up In civil and criminal dockets, separate of 82 pages 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 following low prices: Civil or criminal 12.75 Combined civil and criminal.... 4.60 For 45 rents additional for a single , docket, or 65 cents .dditional for a combination docket, they will be sent by mail or prepaid express. Cash in full must accompany . order. State plainly whether English or Spanish printed heading 1b wanted. SAOTA FE mw MEXICAN, (SANTA EE, 'N.JJL, PAGE THREE RHEUMATIC FOLKS. Are You Sure Your Kidneys are Well? 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; papor bound, 75c; Missouri Pleading forms, IE; Missouri Code Pleadings, S6; the two for $10; Adapt ed to New Mexico Code, Laws of New Mexico, 1899, 1901, and 1903, English and Spanish pamphlet, 17.25; full leather, $3; Sherlt-'s Flexible-Cover Pocket Docket, single, $1.25; two or more books, $1 each; New Mexico Su preme Court Reports, Nos. S to 10, In clusive 3.30 each; Compilation Cor poration Laws 75c; Compilation Min ing Laws, 50c; Money's Digest of New Mexico Reports, full sheep, $6.50; full lurt school blanks. Many rheumatic attacks are due to uric acid in the blood. Jut the duty of the kidneys Is to remove all uric acid from the blood. Its presence there shows the kidneys are Inactive. Don't dally with "uric acid solvents." You might go on till doomsday with them, but until you cure the kidneys you will never get well. Doan'a Kid ney Pills not. only remove uric acid, hut cure the kidneys and then all danger fim uric acid is ended. Here is Santa Fe testimony to prove it. Anselmo Aruiijo, living at 124 Cer rillos. street, Santa Fe, N. M., says: "For several years my wife suffered a great deal from back ache, pain in the back of her head and rheumatism. Medicines that she used proved of little or no avail until she commenced! with Doan's Kidney Pills which we had the good fortune to learn of and procured a box at The Ireland Phar macy. The genuineness of this medi cine as a cure for the kidneys was amply proven in her case. After using five boxes she was a well wo man and has enjjoyed good health ever since. I make this statement unsolicited, being prompted to do so that I may show my appreciation of this remedy, Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale oy all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Don't rorget our arge and complete bindery and Job department. All work handled in tne most up-to-date manner. One trial make you a psr UnsjowM entonr $ NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE KOSVfBLL, NSW IlKllOO. THU MILITARY SCHOOL OF NSW MEXICO itBtabllshed and Supported by the Territory. SIGHT MSN INSTRUCTORS, all graduates of Standard Eastern Collegaa. New buildings, -all furnishings and eqi.lpmentsraodern and com plete; steam-heated, electric-lighted, baths, water-works, all conveniences. TUITION, BOARD and LAUNDRY, 8250 per session. Session Is three terras of thirteen weeks each. ROSWBLL Is noted health resort,' J, 700 feet above ea-level; well watered. Sunshine averyday from September to June. v REGENTS Nathan Jaffa, W M Reed, W. M. Atkinson, W.' A. Finlay and E. A. Cahoon For particulars address COL. J. W, WILLSCN, Supt. 0J0 CALlEfJTE f0T SPRINGS. These Celebrated Hot Springs are located in the midst of the Ancient Cliff Dwellers, twenty-five miles west of Taos, and fifty miles north of Santa Fe, and about twelve miles frqm Bar anca Station, on the Denver & Rio Grande Railway,, from which point a daily line of stages runs to the springs. The temperature of these waters is from 90 to 122 degrees. The, gases are carbonic. Altitude, 6,000 fee't. Climate very dry and delightful the year round. There Is now a commodious hotel for the convenience of invalids, and tourists. People suffering with consumption, cancer, and other con tagious diseases, are not accepted. These waters contain 1,686.24 grains f alkaline salts to the gallon, being the richest alkaline Hot Springs in the world. The efficacy of these wat ers has been thoroughly tested by the miraculous cures attested to in the following diseases: Paralysis, Rheu matism, Neuralgia, Malaria, Bright'a Disease of the Kidneys, 'Jyphilitic and Mercurial Affections, gmfula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all Femal i: mplaints, etc., etc. Board, lodging s...d bathing $2.50 per day; 315 per week; $50 per month.' Stage meets Denver trains and wail s for Santa Fe train upon re quest. This resort is attractive ut all seasons and is open all winter. ., Pas sengers for 0,a Caliente can leave Santa Fe at 9 a. m., and reach Ojo Caliente at 4 p. m, the same day. Fare for round trip from Santa Fe to Ojo Caliente, $7.40. For further par tlculars. address ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor. Ojo Caliente. Taos County, V .M H. C. Yontz DEALER IN ffatita, Clock. Jewelry and Hand Fainted China. MANUFACTURER OP Mexican Filigree JEWELRY Repair of Fine Watches and Jewelry Work a Specialty. Navaho Rugi and In dian Goods. Filigree at Wholesi-.ie and ReUll. 246 San Francisco St Santa Fe, N. M. QUE OTTO RETSCH, Proprietor. PABST'S BLUE RIBBON The Beer of Quality. ANY QUANTITY FROM A PINT UP. Fine Vines. Liquors and cigars. WEST SIDE OF PLAZA t i i SANTA fE.N. H im CLUB" The old established Una of goodi formerly carried av ''Our Place" has been added to my stock. I buy my goods In govern ment bond and can guarantee absolute purity. Elegant club noma In connection. S,'do entrance to Coronado Htel. J. M AKERS, Proprietor Otero County. A correspondent of the Mining World writes as follows under date Of July 25, from Orogrande: "One of the largest concentrating plants is to be constructed by the Tularosa Copper Company operating at Bent, in Tularosa Canon, north of Alampgordo. At the present time the company operates a mill of 30 tons daily capacity. The plans for the larger plant have been drawn and bids will shortly be asked for the con struction of the mill. The company's property is located 15 miles from the railroad, and at present 35 men are employed in mine and mill. Mining operations are carried on in a miner alized'''' porphyry dike, the width of which .has not yet been ascertained. The mineral occurs in kidneys in the dike, and is disseminated through the mass in stringers, slivers and pin points of sulphide, with occasional specks of native copper. Chalcoeite is the predominating mineral, however, This ore Is taken from the bottom of a 70-foot, shaft in chambers about 60 feet square and a new shaft is being started on the same dike. "In mining the sulphide, the ore . is hand-sorted in the mine, the crude smelting ore being very rich, running 50 per cent in copper. The balance goes to the breaker, thence to two sets of rolls, followed by two No. 5, Wilfley lables, over which 13 tons each are sent dally, making a con centrate that runs very high. Ship ments are made to the Copper Queen smelter at Douglas, Arizona. The con centrates carry 9 iper cent iron, 7 per cent lime, 20 per cent sulphur and the balance in silica. The company has been shipping for over a year and drifts 300 feet each way from the bottom of the shaft have been sent out into the mineralized mass. George Bent is manager. "The Southwest Mining Company at Orogrande is to blow in Its smelting plant July 1. Fuel is arriving now. purchase of same having been made in the Indian Territory. At the pres ent time the second level of the Lucky mine is being continued through the .hill to the flat on the , north side where it will emerge at the collar ol the new shaft. The ore is to be trammed through the hill to the bins on the south side. At a depth of 220 feet in the new shaft three drifts are driving in an ore body 20 feet in width, iron in character, carrying copper of a smelting grade, and from which shipments are to be made to the reduction plant. In the old work ings ore is toeing mined and more de veloped. From the bottom of the Lucky shaft diamond drilling opera tions are carried on to exploit the re gions below. As the drifts are ex- tended, water is encountered, which flows at the rate of about 70 gallons a minute, A new compressor is to be installed in the flat and a larger boiler house erected there also. "The Lincoln Concentrator at Brice is shipping three to four cars of see ondary copper ore monthly, which gives returns of from $500 to $600 per car net at the smelter, shipments being made to El Paso at the present time. "The Turquoise Copper Company, also at Brice, is. shipping steadily. This mine is on the' site of the old De Mueles turquoise workings. At a depth of 140 feet mining operations are carried on. The ore is highly sill cious (about 65 per cent) and about 4 per cent of it is secondary. It is filled with seams of black oxide and shot through with particles of chalcoeite. None of it has run less than 11 per cent. The ore is hand-sorted on the surface an'd screened, the screenings running rather lower than the coarse ore. It is the intention, later on, to equip the plant with machinery. "J. A. Reed of . Brice is operating the Cuprite and is shipping two cars of ore monthly, which gives returns of $450 to $550 per car, at the smelter." At a meeting held this week of the Standard Mining Company, operating the Flying Eagle, a silver lead mine. and other properties at the head of Water Canon, at Orogrande, the fol lowing officers were elected for the en suing year: President, T. J. Fink, Enid, Okla homa; vice-president, W. B. Brack, Orogrande, New Mexico; treasurer, L. D. Baker, Lawton, Oklahoma; secre tary, T. E. Rubey, Orogrande, New Mexico. The "above, with' Dr. H. C. Knight, of Antlers, Indian Territory, constitute the directory. The company has ordered a gasoline engine and hoist, and, will proceed to develop the mine along the most ap proved lines. Up to the present time a windlass has been used, ,but the depth, which is to be increased, de mands power. It is the intention to commence to raise the ore which is blocked out of this property. Suitable buildings are also to be erected for the benefit of employes of the property, and development work will be crowded ffs fast as possible at this point. .: LEGAL BLANKS. Kent in stock and for sala hv .he New Mexican Printing Company. nous Ubiigaclonea, 25c por 50. . Libros , de Recibos Sunervisores de Caminos, 25c. Escritura de Renuncia, 1-5 pliego. Deed, The City of Santa Fe. full sheet. : . , ' ) Final proof, 4-372a, i-2 sheet Declaration of Application. 2-274. 1-2 sheet ' ' Non-Mineral ' AEdarrt. 6-062. 1-2 sheet. " V 1903. English nr SnnfifaTi , nnmnhlpt $2.25; full Leather $3.00: 1905 English Justice Of the Pear Blnnka. I Justice Quarterly Report, 1-2 sleet, Appeal Bonds, 1-2 sheet. Appeal Bonds, Criminal, 1-2 sheet talner, 1-4 sheet. Certificate of Apportion, i-2 sheet Title Bond and Lease of Mining Property, 1-2 sheet. Certificate of Election, 1-2 sheet. Forfeiture of Publishing Out ol No 'ice, 1-4 sheet attachment Affidavit, J-4 Bheet. Small Holding Proof, full sheet. No. 1 HomesteaJ, 4-348, 1-2 sheet. Desert Land Entry, 4-074c. 1-2 sheet. Affidavit Required of Claimant, 4-009 1-2 sheet. 1-4 Sheet, 7x8 1-2 Inches. 1-2 Sheet, 8 1-2 x 14 inches. Pull Sheet, 14x17 inches. Cash Must Accompany All Orders Search Warrant, 1-2 sheet. Spanish Blanks. Auto de Arresto, 1-4 pliego. Vuto de Prision, 1-4 pliego. Oeclaracion Jurada, 1-4 pliego. 240-Page J. P. Crlmlsal Docket, $2.75. Postage, 45c. 320-Page J. P. Docket, 1-4 Civil, 3-4 Criminal, $4.00. postage 55c. 485-Page IlanJ Made Ledger, $6.50. Money's Digest of New Mexico Re orts, Full Sheep, $0.50. Po?age 25c. Retail Liquor License, 50 in Book, "3.00. ' Affidavit, 4-102b. 1-2 sheet. Final Proof of Desert Land Entry, 4-373a, 1-2 sheet; Mortgage Deed Without Insurance Clause, 1-2 sheet. Contrato de Partldo, 1-2 pliego. Affldaftt to be Filed Before Contest. 4-072, 1-2 sheet. J. P. Complaint, 1-4 sheet. Bill of Sale Range Delivery, 1-1 sheet. Vendor's Recorded Brand, 1-4 sheet. Contract for Fuel. 1-4 sheet. Certiflcado de Nombramlento, 1-4 pliego. Renewal of Chattel Mortgage, 1-2 sheet. Signs, Card Board. Claimant's Testimony, 4-074b 1-2 sheet. Blank Butchers' Shipping Certlfr cates for sale by the New Mexican Printing Company. Fienza Oflctal, 1-2 pliego. "Livery Law" 50c each Sheep Contracts, 1-2 sheet Replevin Affidavit, 1-4 sheet, Pence Proceeuings, Complaint, 1-4 sheet. Contrato de Combustible, 1-4 pliego Sheriff's Flexible Cover Pocket bocket, single, $1.25; two or more $1. each- Notice of Right to Water, 1-4 sheet Teacher's Certificate, 1-2 sheet. County Superintendent's Warrant 50 in Book, 35c. Proof of Labor, 1-4 sheet. Notice Mining Location, 1-2 sheet Title Bond of Mining Property, 1-2 sheet. Mining Deed, 1-2 sheet Mining Lease, 1-2 sheet. Coal Declaratory Statement, 1-2 sheet. 7 tea f 1 Kennedy gj olf IjMoviarty Sama R 1 rsf OKstancla S 1,1 Roswell M M i i U ;' it! u t9 V-UuniotrordO fij S3 ' f ' Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best for women and children. Its mild ac tion and plea: ant taste makes it pre ferable to violent purgatives, such a pills, tablets, etc. Get the booklet and a sample of Oiino at The Ireland Pharmacy. Let me mail you free, to prove merit, samples of my Dr. Shoop's Re storative, and my Book on either Dys pepsia, the Heart, or the Kidneys. Address me, Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Troubles of the stomach, Heart or Kidneys, are merely symptoms of a deeper ailment. Don't make the com mon error of treating symptoms only. Symptom treatment is treating the re sult of your ailment, and not the cause. Weak Stomach nerves the to side nerves means Stomach weak ness, always. And the Heart, and Kidneys as well, have their controlling or inside nerves. Weaken these nerves, and you inevita'ily have weak vital organs. Here is where Dr Shoop's Restorative' has made its fame. No other remedy even claims to treat the "inside nerves." Also for bloating, biliousness, bad breath or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's Restora tive. Write for my free Book now. Dr. Shoop's Restoratives sold by the Fischer Drug Company. STUDY THE MAP- The natural point on the new A., T. & S. F. Cut-off for the distribu tion of freight, having the advantage of the easy gra.les and short rcuU to the East and West, and direct com munication with all points in the Territory. Wholesale houses are coming to W illard as soon as the Cut-off is open Surrounded by a fine farming country. The purest water in New Mexi co. The geographical center of Torrance County and of New Mexico. The water point on the great A., T. & S. F. short line through New Mexi- Willard is a growing town. Willi ard will make r City. Study the Mar Your opportunity is there. For information, call on or address JOHN W. CORBETT, OR W. M. TAYLOh. WILLARD, N. M. I Santa Fe Livery Stable j? THEODORE CORRICK Proprietor. jg CM ant LIVERY. BOHBDING AND FEED STABLE FiRST-CI,AS8 CARRIAGE SERVICE GOOD SADDLE HORSES FINE RIGS jt jt gj 'PHONE 132. 120 SAN FRANCISCO ST. f 4X. U WET? I You may be able to v,1' get along without a WATERPROOF SUIT OR SLICKER But can you afford to? THESE GARMENTS ARE GUARANTEED WATERPROOF IIGHT-COMFORTABLE-DURABLE LOW IN PRICE SOLD BY ALL RELIABLE DEALERS AJTOWtHCO BOSTON. USA TOi'fR CMDlAH CO L'MiTCO TOHQMTO UN SINCjER J Sewino Machines ' THE LATEST AND BEST" Y- For Sale on J EASY PAYMENTS -At- SID STORE ADOLPH SE Special Sale From New Until LIGMAN May Ut, Next, of Q LADIES SHIRTS ISIS AND SUITS Largest, Cheapest and Handsomest Line Ever Shown in this Clf ADOLPH SE LIGMAN . P piegelberg- 257 San Franclkco Street Indian and meiic3D Wares ana Garios Blankets, Baskets, Rag, Wax,.Feather and Linen Drawn Work, ; Opals, Turquoise, Garnets and Other Gems. OUR MOTTO: .To Have the Bes: of Everything In Our Lino. xwcwtwopooooaq REMlN6T0n TYPEWRITERS i Advertise in your home paper aihI note the results that follow. Re enterprising.