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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1907.
SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. SANTA FE. ft, EL PAGE SEVEN I 1 COME Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico, nj Located on Helen Cut-off of Santa Fe R'y- Mea ia 11 milta south of Albuqutryst, K. M., t the jiaaa tic of Ike Mai Line of the Santa Fo System leiiig fast aad Weit from Chicago, Kansas City, Galvctoi sal points Eut to Ia Fraeieo, Lou isftlci, XI Paw Old Muie. ,$$9 tafiaeii ami mideE.ee lots, due SliTi 3et, 112 cmt with fcroad 10 ami TO-foot itrwts, wit alleys t ft wiia, with Wautifnl lake aatd public park and granl old ihade treei; public ichool houw, costing 916,000; ehurea ts; Commercial Cluh; a population of 1,(00 people;' ser ral large mercantile eitabliihmenti ; the 3elen Patent Boll tr Mill, capacity 150 karrela daily; large winery j three ho tels, rotauranti, etc,, Men it the largest shipping poiat for wool, lour, wheat, wine, fceaui and hay is Ccatral Ntw kfeiiee. Ita fanportanet aa a freai eomnaeieial lailmS iliy i.a ike .eti fatua nwmi U ;MmxM& The Belen Town and Improvement Company are owners of the ELEN T0WNSITE The Belen f m Town and EEL a E&lESa, feittefsa ILL FIST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FH WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO EAST AND WEST, NORTH AND 30UTS. The lota offered ara in the center ti the city,, well ed (many of them improved by erltivatioa) ; ao aaai gravel. We aeed a Int clist bakery, tailcr iop, fcet house, jeweler, plumbing loop, planing null wi tad wvi yard, drug store, harcei shop, etc., U.t aiss Srt ahai modern h'rial Oar price of lots an low aad term a 6aiy jsaymanUj title perfect; warranty deed. OnMhird nurekaw money, cash. Two-third may remain or note, witk saovtjtig e carity, foT oae year, with t jer coat, interest ti''., Apgly At jace foi ataj trad 13 fix v ri n aera ike cktiteit tot, S Improvement Company Bander! GREW MISS CARROLL'S HAIR AND WE CAN PROVE IT Beautiful Hair At Small Cost. WITHIN the last decade great and rapid strides have been made in Materia Medica. Many diseases that were considered incurable fifteen years ago are now cured in a few days, and in many cases prevented altogether. The scientists of late years have been delving for the cause, the foundation, the reason and the starting point of disease, fully realizing that the actual and true cause must be ascertained before the remedy can be located. Hair troubles, like many other diseases, have been wrongly diagnosed and altogether misunderstood. The hair itself is not the thing to be treated, for the reason that it is simply a product of the scalp, aiid wholly dependent upon its action. The scalp is the very soil iu which the hair is produced, nurtured and grown, and it alone should receive the attention if results are to be expected. It would do no earthly good to treat the stem of a plant with a view of making it grow and become more beautiful the soil in which the plant grows must be attended to. There fore, the scalp in which the hair grows must receive the attention if you are to'expect It to grow and become more beautiful. Loss of hair is caused by the scalp drying up, or losing its supply of moisture or nutriment, and when baldness occurs the scalp has simply lost all of its nourishment, leaving nothing for the hair to feed upon (a plant or even a tree would die under similar conditions). The natural and logical thing to do in either case is, feed and replenish the soil or scalp as the case may be, and your crop will grow and multiply as nature intended it should. Dr. Knowlton's DANDERINE is the "only remedy for the hair ever discovered that ia identical with the natural hair foods or liquids of the seal). It feeds and nourishes the hair and does all the work originally carried on by the natural nutrients or life-giving juices generated by the scalp itself. It penetrates the pores of the scalp quickly and the hair soon shows the effects of its wonderfully exhilarating and life producing qualities. One twenty-five-cent bottle is enough to convince you of its great worth as a hair growing and hair beautifying remedy try it and see for yourself. Now on sale at every drug and toilet store in the land. Three sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00. JJDCp To show how quickly Danderlno acts we v. ill send n lares sample free by return mail to nnyone who sends this advertisement r llEiEi to the Knowltoii liuudurine Co., Chicago, with their name and address and lu cents in silver or stamps to pay postage. n r, &Hit If WANTS WANTED Good second-hand re volving chair. Inquire at this office. FOR RENT Piano In good condi tion. Inquire at Bhle's Haberdashery. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping near Capitol, M. C. Miller. . FOR SALE A fine fridt and alfalfa ranch in the northern part of the Es panol -(Valley in Rio Arriba County, near iVelarde and about four miles south Tof Embudo. There are four teen acres in alfalfa and fruit trees. An abundance of irrigation water is furnished all the year around by two ditches on the property. An adobe house containing ten good rooms is located on property used partly as resi dence, partly as a mercantile store and partly as a store room. There are also two stables. The entire tract is fenced with good wire fencing and there Is also a well fenced chick en yard. Public school house is lo cated about half a mile from the poperty' and a Catholic church three fourths of a mile. The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad passes within a short distance of the ranch. The cli mate Is very mild and fruit failures are unknown. Twenty stands of bees go with the property. There is a good store stock of merchandise which can he purchased by purchas ers of ranch if desired at cost. Title perfect. Price very low considering the location and advantage. For par ticulars addess R. L. Baca, Santa Fe, Xew Mexico. MISS J. CARROLL 2307 Irving Ave., Chicago AMERICAN SUPPER POORLY PATRONIZED Only About Half As Many Diners As At Spanish Meal Previous Evening at St. Vincent's Sanitarium. Little more than fifty people partook of the American supper which was served last evening at St. Vincent's Sanitarium under the auspices of the Sisters of Charity. This is only about half as many as were fed at the Span ish supper served the evening pre vious. The dining room last evening was prettily decorated in .the national colors and presented a very pretty appearance. The menu was every hit as delectable as at the former spread. It was estimated last night that the proceeds from-the two meals and re ceipts from other sources on the two evenings would amount to about $200. This is a tidy little sum to be realized when it is considered most of it came from the suppers. A small sized ba zaiar was held in the recreation room upstairs, hut this not as well patron ized as it had been expected. A large number of drawings of ar ticles left over from the big fair took place last night. Little Miss Hinojos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Hin ojos, gave several vocal selections which were warmly applauded. Al though still a young girl she has a sweet, full voice and has a bright fu ture before her as a vocalist. FORMER SANTA FEAN 'HEAD OF FINE SCHOOL Santa Feans will he interested in the following dispatch from Pueblo Roswell Automobile Co Mall and Passenger Line between Island train due at 2va. m. Roswell, N. M., and Torrance, N. M., Running time between the two 'daily Sunday included, connection points 5 hours, meah furnished at with all trains on the Rock Island Camp Needmore, free of charge. nd Santa Fe Central Radwayi. Excursion parties accommodated by Laave Roswell at 1 p. m.' notifying the corny any two daya In Leave Torrance on arrival of Roek advance. Agents for the Bulck Autom oblles, one of the best known and Best Machines for all purposes on the market Two of the best known and beat machines for all purposes on the Address all communications and In which appeared in the Denver Republi can a few days ago, as it is about M'adame Guilliford, formerly a resi dent of this city, but who is now con ducting a finishing school for girls in Pueblo. The clipping reads: At the Guilliford academy tomorrow night, the annual commencement ex ercises will taket place. The academy is a fitting school for young women, attended by persons from various parts of the country. The first of next week the twelve graduating pupils, under the carfe of Mme. Guilliford, will take a tramp trip to the mountains and expect to be gone about two months, They will take a, pack train of burros with them, but the young women will not be al lowed to ride except when worn out. The New Mexican Printing Com pany is general agent for Remington typewriting machines and typewriter supplies of all descriptions. Prices as low as first class goods can be han dled. The best of carbon paper a spe cialty. Would-be purchasers will find it to their interests to consult with the New Mexican Printing Company in person or by letter before they pur chase machines or supplies of any kind. They will find this beneficial, will save money. and will be treated fairly and squarely, market qulrlM to tae Roswell Automobile Co. Roswell, New Mcxfcc The New Mexican Printing Company has on hand a large supply ot pads and tablets suitable for schod work, the desk, and also for kwyers , and merchants; good anywhere We will sell them at five cents In book form. Subscribe for the Dally Near Mexi can and get 4he tews. (Homestead Entry No. 11,192.) 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 Hobart, N. M., has filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 11, 192 made April 25, 1907, for the N. W. 14 of Section 10, Township 19 N., Range (i E., and that said proof will be made before the Register and Re ceiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on July 10, 1907v He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence npoii, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Apoiinar Casados, of Santa Fe, N. M.; Pablo Medina, of Ildefonzo, N. M.; Nicolas Gonzales, of Ildefonzo, N. M.; Victoriano Casados of Santa Fe N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Wells Fargo & Company Express. General Express Forwarders TO All Parts of the World. Save Money and Inconvenience by Purchasing Wells Fargo DOMESTIC MONEY ORDERS, TRAVELERS' MONEY ORDERS, FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS Payable Throughout the United States. Canada, Mexico and all Foreign Countries REMITTANCES SENT BY TELEGRAPH. J. D. BARNES, Agent. renders double the servlcejA Kjj 1 , (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, 01 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 8. 1-2 of S. E. 1-4, and S. E. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4, Section 18, Township 19 N Range 6 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: Apoiinar Casados, of Santa Fe, N. M.; Pablo Medina, of 'ildefonzo, N. M.; Victoriano Casados, of Santa Fe, N. M.; Alejandro Gonzales, of Ildefonzo. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Rtbbe? Stamps WHEN YOU, FIND YOUKShXF WHITING TH1 SAME THING FREQUENTLY IN THE COURSE Of YOUR BUSINESS, REMEMBER RUBBER STAMP WILL SAVE YOU A GREAT DEAL OF TIME. BUSY PEOPLE ARE USING RUBBER STAMPS MOll now THAN EVER BEFORE .1ECAUS1) TE1Y SATO TIMi, AKD TIKI It MOOT VMMP fMYl. Butchers' uhlppiug certificates, such as are required ' by law, printed In blank form by the New Mexican Printing Compaaj. PRICE-LIST One-iuM Stamp, not ever 2 inches long ,.M....iS v Each additional line on earn it&r.f , If a. Ont-liae Stamp, over 2J and pot cm 3$ inchi loj. .5M Each additional line on same tUnf, .... ... Ona-liaa Stamp, over 3i and not over i Mchet loaf. .W Each additional line on cam stamp, !. One-line Stamp, over 5 inches Ion pei iara .... Each additional line, lanw pie. Cnrved lines on Stamp count as two lines Border of all shapes, under S inches lodg wsj, ll eibra. Larger lizes at proportionate) yncw. Where type used U iver (we-naM inch i lis, Ft fk&rji (or one Ium tor each one-naif inch 01 retis-a, DATES, ETC. Local Dater. any town and date for ten ycn ..... .l)t Ledger Dater, month, day an year La jf-inch . ; . . .-. . l(k Regular line Dater lit Defiance or Model Ban Date? ............ . . .$1.M Fat Simile Signatures, Bnbksr Stamp ti Wcol Oii, l.M Pearl Check Protector .-..-... I.M SELF INKING STAMP PADI. UiH, 10a ; U1 lie; tixil lie; II ; ll, lit 1 FOI TYPE SPECIMENS ADDJSM ' P7 FJEXICAJi PRIJITp CO. n