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SANTA FE SEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N. 3L PAGE THREE The New Mexican Printing Company has prepared civil and criminal dock ets especially for the use of Justice of the peace. Tbey are especially ruled, with printed headings, In eithe Spanish or English, made of good rec ord paper, strongly and durably bound with leather back and coven 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 10H6 inches. These books are made up In civil and criminal dockets, separate of S2 pages each, or with both civil and criminal bound In one book, 80 pages civil and 320 pageB criminal. To In troduce them they, are offered at the following low prices: Civil or criminal '2-75 Combined civil and criminal.... $4.00 For 45 oents additional for a single docket, or 65 cents additional for a c- mbinatlon docket, they will be sent by mall or prepaid express. Cash in full must accompany order. State plainly whether English or Spanish printed heading Is wanted. DANGER IN DELAY. Kidney Diseases are too Dangerous for Santa Fe People to Neglect. The great danger of kidney troubles ig that they get a Arm hold before the sufferer recognizes them. Health is gradually undermined. Backache, headache, nervousness, lameness, sore ness, lumbago urinary troubles, dropsy, diabetes and Bvight's disease follow in merciless succession. Don't neglect your kidneys. Cure the kid neys with the certain and safe rem edy, Doan's Kdiney Pills, which has cured people right here in Santa Fe. Euseblo Escudero, living at 10C Griffin Street, Santa Fe, N. M., says: "Some five years ago I made a state ment for publication referring to my experience with Doan's Kidney Pills. This remedy rid me of kidney trouble causing backache with which I had been annoyed off and on for two or three years. Besides this trouble other symptoms of kidney complaint existed evidenced chiefly by retention of the kidney secretions. It Is a matter of fact that my condition caused mo con siderable worry as I feared more seri ous results. It was only a snort time after beginning with Doan's Kidney Pills which I procured at Ireland's drug store that I felt great reiiei ana Herewith are some bargains offered by the New Mexican Printing Com- Territory of New Mexico, 1897, sneep bound, $1; paper bound, 75c; Missouri DlaaAlncr trtrmm It- MlaHAllH fVlflfl PleadlngB, $6; the two for (10; Adapt: now that about five years have passed ed to New Mexico Code, Laws of New without a sign or symptom of kidney Mexico, 1899, 1901, and 1903, English , trouble, it is a pleasure to confirm my and Spanish pamphlet, (2.25; full lcther, S; 3herh-s Flexible-Cover Focket Docket, single, $1.25; two or more books, $1 each; New Mexico Su preme Court Reports, Nos. 8 to 10, In clusive $3.30 each; Compilation Cor poration Laws 75c; Compilation Miu lLg Laws, 50c; Money's Digest of New Mexico Reports, full sheep, $6.50; full list school blanks. former statement. I believe uoan s Kidney Pills are the best remedy in the world for any disorder of the luci neyss." Fo- sale bv 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. OFFICIAL MATTERS. NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE ROSWKLL, NSW MKXHXV THB MILITARY SCHOOL OF NBW MEXICO Btabllshed and 8apported by the Ter rltory. EIGHT MEN IN8TRUCTOR8, all graduves of Standard Eastern Gollegas. New buildings, .all furnishings and eqiipments;modarn and com plete; ateam-heated, electrlc-llghtod, baths, wator-works, all conveniences. TUITION, BOARD and LAUNDRY, S'!50 per teuton. Session U three terms of thirteen weeks each. ROSWELLIsa noted health reort, S.70Q feet above .ea-levot', well watered. Sunshine jvery day from September to June. RKOBNT8 Nathan Jaffa, W M Reed, W. M. Atkinson, W. A. Flnlay and E. A. Cahoon For particular! addren COL J, W, WILLSCN, Supt. ins uaun, oupi. g nVffiMMTif.iiillW 0J0 CALIEJttTE HOI SPRINGS. TheBe Celebrated Hot Springs are located in the midst of the Ancient Cllft Dwellers, twenty-five miles west ol Taos, and fifty miles north of Santa Fe, and about twelve miles from Bar anca Station, on the Denver & Rio Grande Railway, from which point a daily line of stages runs to the springs. ThA tsmnerature of these waters is from 90 to 122 degrees. The gases are carbonic. Altitude, 6,000 feet. Climate very dry and delightful the year round. There Is now a commodious kotel 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 'A 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 matlsm, Neuralgia, Malaria, Bright'3 Disease of the Kidneys, 'lyphilitlc and Mercurial Affections, Smfula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all Femal V mplaints, etc., etc. Board, lodging a .d batning J-J.fiu per day; $15 per week; $50 per month. Stage meets Denver trains and waits for Santa Fe train upon re quest. This resort is attractive tt all seasons and Is open all winter. Pas sengers for 043 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 ticulars, address Articles of Incorporation. The following articles of incorpora tion have been filed In the ojnee or Territorial Secretary J. W. Raynolds: The Domingo Lumber Company. Principal place of business at Albu querque, Bernalillo County. Territor- al agent, Isaiah A. Dye, at Albuquer que. Capital stock, $zuu,uuu oiviut-u into two thousand shares of the par value of $100 each, commencing busi ness with $3,000. Object, lumber busi ness. Period of existence, fifty years. Incorporators, Isaiah A. Dye, Henry F. Dye, and George A. Kasenian, all of Albuquerque. The Highland Park Addition. Prin cipal place of business at Tucumcari, Quay County. Territorial agent, G. V. vans, Jr., at Tucumcari. Capital stock, $0,000 divided Into sixty shares of the par value of $100 each. Object, real estate business. Period of exist ence, fifty years. Incorporators, G. W Evans. Jr.. M. B. Goldenberg, and A. D. Goldenberg, all of Tucumcari Las Cruces Brick Company. Prin cipal place of business at Las Cruces Dona Ana County. Territorial agent, Martin H. Peterson, at Las Cruces Capital stock, $25,000 divided into twenty-five thousand shares of the par value of $1 each, commencing bust ness with $18,000. Object, manufac ture of brick, and general contracting business. Period of existence, fifty years. Incorporators, J. M. McHenry, Benn L. Berkey and Martin H. Peter son, all of Las Cruces. -New Mexico Mutual Mining Com pany. Principal place of business at Petaca, Rio Arriba County. Ter ritorial agent, Moritz Leichtle, at Petaca. Capital stock, $000,00(1, di vided into six hundred thousand shares of the par value of $1 each, commencing business with $2,000. Ob. ject, mining. Period of existence, fifty years. incorporators, Herman A. Haack, Edward Klausman, Bert I Hancock, all of Milwaukee, Wiscon sin, and Moritz Leichtle, of Petaca. The Evans Realty Company. Prin cipal place of business at Tucumcari, Quay County. Territorial agent. G.W Evans, Jr., at Tucumcari. Capital stock, $2,000, divided into twenty shares of the par value of $100 each. Object, real estate business. Period of existence, fifty years. Incorporat ors. G. AV. Evans, Jr., S. M. Wharton, and J. M. Alvey, all of Tucumcari The Silver City, El Paso and South west Telephone Company, rrmcipai place of business at Silver City, Grant County. Territorial agent, Clyde Smith, at Silver City. Capital stock, $100,000. divided into one hundred thousand shares of the par value of $1 each, commencing business with $i 00(1. Object, operating telephone sys tem. Period of existence, fifty years Incorporators: William D. Murray, Clyde Smith, both of Silver City; John H. Morgan, of El Paso, Texas; Charles B. Bosworth, of Deming, Wil liam Palmer, Jr., of Rincon, and W. E Baker, of Las Cruces The O'Shea Promoton Company, In corporated. Principal place of busi ness at Tucumcari, Quay County. Territorial agent, C. C. Davidson, at Tucumcari. Capital stock, $25,000 di vided into five hundred shares of the par value or $oU eacn, commencing business with $8,000. Object, real es tate and general investment business Period of existence, fifty years. In corporators, W, F. Buchanan, M. C ton J. Cnmdall of the U. S. Indian School in this city. The salary is $800 per annum and the position is not un der the civil service rules. He com menced his new duties June 1st. (Homestead Entry No. 11,1.92.) Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. May 31, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Alejan dro Gonzales, of llobart. N. M.. lias filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entrv No. 11.- 192 made April 25, 1907, for the X. W. 1-4 of Section 10, Township 19 X., Range 0 E., and that said proof will be made before the Register and Re ceiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on July 10, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Apolinar Casados, of Santa Fe, X. M.; Pablo Medina, of Ildefonzo. N. M.: Nicolas Gonzales, of Ildefonzo, N. M.; Victorlano Casados of Santa Fe N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. (Homestead Entry No. 5,732.) Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. May 31, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Nicolas Gonzales, oi Ildefonzo, N. M.. has filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 5,732, made April 19, 1900, for the S. W. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4 of Section 17. and S. 1.-2 of S. E. 1-4. and S. E. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4. Section IS, Township 19 N Range C E., and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver, at Santa Fe, N. M., on July 10, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land viz: Apolinar Casados, of Santa Fe, N. M.; Pablo Medina, of Ildefonzo, X. M.; Victorlano Casados, of Santa Fe, X. M.; Alejandro Gonzales, of Ildefonzo. X. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register Yk QSaiitaFo' tm if Kennedy ' gLJ fWrMorlarty Santa Kosa Wf i) AEbtancH of1 , E SI i I Eoswell V w . . m. U 1 1 Vlatnosfordo fXj I R The New Mexican Printing Com pany has the largest, most moderr. and best arranged book bindery in the Southwest. Tli best kind of work only turned out. Prices very low and satisfaction guaranteed. It you have books to bind, whether the largest ledger or journal, or magazines and pamphlets or need any other binding call for figures, samples and prices of the New Mexican Printing Company The company is anxious to serve you and will give you satisfactory rates. ; ! STUDY THE MAP- The natural point ou the new A., T. & S. F. Cut-off for the distribu tion of freight, having the advantage of the easy grades and short rout to the East and West, and direct com munication with all pomts, iu the Territory. Wholesale houses are coming to W illard as soon as the Cut-off Is-open. Surrounded by a fine farming coun try. The purest water iu New Mexi co. The geographical center of Tor ranee County and of New Mexico. The water point on the great A., T. & S. F. short line through New Mexl- Willard is a growing towu; Willi ard will make r City. Study the Mar Your opportunity is there. LPor information, call on or address JOHN W. CORBETT, OR W. M. TAYLOR WILLARD, N. M. m s xv x&vvc xxxxx vvw wsxxx '4 Ciiii Est I trtfr The New Mexicun can do printing equal to that done in any of the large cities. Our solicitor: Every piece ol work we turn out. Try our work once and iou wilj cer'ainlj come again. NOTICE of Restoration to hettlemeut and lintry of Lands within the former Portalna Notional h'orest, New Mexico. Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Wash ington, I). U ..April W, 1!K)7, in pursuance of the proclamation of the President of the United t tates. dated March 16, 1SI07, revolting his proclamation of October 3, 1905, establish ing the Portales National Forest, New Mex ico, and restoring the public lands therein to settli'meut, notice is hereby given that the said public lands, not otherwise reserved, will become gunjpctto entry, tiling and selec tion, under the usual restrictions, at the United States Land Offices at CUytou and Koswell. New Mexico, on Auiriist 27, 197. said lands being described nsfollows: In township two (2) North, Kangethirty-one (-31). Sections thirteen (13;, fourteen (14), twenty-three (i3, I I ! SJXXWS XX3Wt THEODORE CORRICK Proprietor. 9& 0ft LIVERY.BDhRDING AND FEED STABLE FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE SERVICE GOOD SADDLE HORSES FINE RIGS J J PHONE 132. 120 SAN FRANCISCO ST. 3AM Mechem and C. C. Davidson, all of Tucumcari. and John O'Shea, of El h.?"'?0"8"1?.!.?.?' "J?,".8?!1 Township one (I), North Kange thirty-two Santa Fe Park Association. pal place ot business at Santa Fe, Santa Fe County. Territorial agent J. B. Read, at Santa Fe. Capital stock $2,000, divided into four hun . . I CI2) sections one (1) to six H) both inclusive. JJl'inCl- Sections ten (10) to fifteen (16) both inclusive, Sections twenty-four (24) and twenty-five j (25) ; In Township two (2) North, Range , thirty-two (32), Sections two (2), three (3), four (4), Sections seven (7) to thirty-six (3H), both inclusive: in Township one (l) noutu, i Range thirty -three (1) , Sect ions one (I), two ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor. OJo Caliente. Taos County. V ,M rii'p.l qh'irpq nf thp nar valnp of R (2) and three (3), In Township one (1) North ai ea snaies oi me par vaiue or J,Bnge thirty-tliree (33), sections three (3; H. C. Yontz DEADER IN W atches, Clods, Jewelry and Hand Painted Ctiaa- ftanalrof fflne Watches and Jewelry Work a Spec ialty. Navaho Kug. and In dian Goods. Filigree at Wholesale and Retail. 246 San Francisco St Santa Fe, N. M. MANUFACTURES OF JEWELS OUR PL AC OTTO RETSCH Proprietor. PABST'S BLUE RIBBON The Beer of Quality. ANY QUANTITY- FROM A PINT UP. Fine Wines, Liquors and cigars. WEST SIDE OF PLAZA tit SANTA FE, N. M J. W. MAYES & COMPANY FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE A6ENCY AMERICAN SURETY CO. Judicial and Fidelity Bonds Laughlin Block SANTA FE, N. M. each. Object, conducting pleasure park for baseball games, and other attractions. Period of existence, fifty years. Incorporators, Fred Muller, A. J. Fischer, iF. C. Xuding, Leo Hersch, James R. Read, Charles Closson W. II. Kerr and Frank Owen. The Bean Amalgamated Copper Company. Principal place of business in New Mexico at Lordsburg. arant County. Territorial agent, George W. Prichard, at Santa Fe. Capital stock, $0,000,000, divided into one million, two hundred thousand shares of the par value of $5 each. Object, mining business. Period of existence fifty years. The company was or ganized in Arizona and filed amended articles of incorporation to comply with the laws of Xew Mexico. Canyon Lime Company. Principal place of business at Bast Las Vegas, San Miguel County. Territorial agent James H. Stearns, at East Las Vegas. Capital stock, $100,000 divided into one thousand shares of the par value of $100 each, commencing business with $10,000. Object, manufacture of lime. Period of existence, fifty years, Incorporators, Frederick H. Pierce James H. Stearns, ' and George A. Fleming, all of East Las Vegas. Postoffice Established. A postoffice has been established at Stanley. Santa Fe County, to be served from Kennedy, nineteen miles to the north. Henry 3. Tarr has been ap pointed postmaster. Notaries Public Appointed The following have been appointed notaries public by Acting Governor Raynolds; Myer Rolnick,. of Melrose, Roose velt County; David J. Metzgar, of Al buquerque, Bernalillo County; O. W, Alexander, of Cowlea San Miguel County. Financial Clerk at the Indian School Rimer Marsh, whn has been for some time past employed as niessen ger in the executive office, has re signed and has accepted a position as financial clerk to Superintendent uin i) o thirty-six (36), both inclusive; InTownship wo 12 North, ttanee thirty-tnree , &ec ions seventeen ill to twenty-two az , uoth nulusive. Sections twenty-seven 27 J to thirty four f34, both inclusive: In Township one 1 1 south. Utilise thirty-tour sections one IJ to six uutn inclusive, sections nine 9 1, ten 1 10 J, eleven U and twelve (12): In Township one l North, Range thirty- four 131 . Sections thirteen 118 to thirty-six 361, both inclusive; I South, Kangethirt to eighteen I lb. ADOLPH SELIGMAN Special Sale From Now Until Kay 1st, Next, of LADIES SITS WAISTS AND SUITS Largest, Cheapest and Handsomest Line Ever Shown in this City ! ADOLPH SELIGMAN In TownshiD one 111 y-tive 33J neotiouB one lj both inclusive, twenty-two 221, twenty-three 231 and norm. Sections twenty-four t I ; In Township one ( 1 1 Range thirty-live !.. sections seventeen .17 tothirty-six 36J, notn inclusive; lu Town snip one 111 North, Kange thirty-six I3H1, Section nineteen 191, Sections twenty-eight 28 to thirty-six () both incliisiYe;all town ship one 1 1 South, Kange thirty-six 36; In Township two 21 South, Kange thirty-six 361. Sections one 1 1 to live () both inclusive. sections nine tt ten (10) eleven 1 11 and twelve lli): In tractional lownslup one 11 North. Range thirty-seven 37, Sections thirty-one 31 tothirty-six (;5 both inclusive: al trac tional ToWDsbin one 11 1 South, Kange thirty- seven 37 : in fractional JownshiD two z South, Kange thirty-seven I Si I; sections one (1) totwelve12 both inclusive: All east of the New Mexico Meridian. R. A. Bam.in- oek, t'oininisBloner. Approved; J. R.Uarfield, Secretary of the interior. A, piegelberg. 257 San Francisco Street inoian M Pttn Wares ana Curios Blankets, Baskets, Rag, Wax,. Feather and Linen Drawn Work, Opalt, Turquoise, Garnets and Other Gems. OUR MOTTO: .To Have the Bes: of Everything In Our Lino. SINGER Sewing Machines x ; THE LATEST AND BEST V, For Sale on EASY PAYMENTS J At IB nmnm ooaaaaaexxsaaaae REAIN6T0fL TYPElVniTERS rfEW IRIkCAS 32CTE3 CO hats t b. a. S 18 JJ 1 1 Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Griooe, Asthma, Throat j and Lun Tublea. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption ' vol , (i-Jfga IHBI AND S PHARMACY THE ORIQIWAI LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR in the YELLOWPACKACn