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MONDAY, JULY 8, 1907.
SANTA F2 SAW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N. JL. The New Mexican Printing Company baa prepared civil and criminal dock et! especially for the use 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 10V46 Inches. These books are made up In civil and criminal dockets, separate of 32 pages each, or with both civil and criminal bound in one book, 80 pages civil and 320 pages criminal. To In troduce them they, fre offered at the following low prices1. Civil or criminal 12.75 Combined civil and criminal.... $4.80 For 45 oents additional for a single docket, or 55 cent tddltlonal for a .combination docket, hey will be sent by mail or prepaid express. ' Cash In full must accompany order. State i.lakiiy whether English or Spanish printed heading is wanted. TESTED AND PROVEN. There Is a Heap of Solace In Being Able to Depend Upon a Weil Earned Reoutatlon. For months Santa Fe readers have seen the constant expression of praise for Doan's Kidney Pills, and read about the good work they have done in this locality. Not another remedy ever produced such convincing proof of merit. Benito Romero, living on San Fran cisco Street, Santa Fe, N. M., says: "I made a statement for publication some Ave years ago In which I gave au account of my suffering from back ache, due to kidney trouble and toh how Doan's Kndney Pills, which I pro cured at the Ireland Pharmacy. brought me the first relief. As I then stated, I had been suffering from pain across my loins and kidneys and had been subject to the attacks for over a year. Some times I would work un til noon and then on account of my kidneys and back would have to stop for the balance of the day. I tried plasters, but they afforded me no re lief whatever. Two boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and I have on a few occasions noticed a slight re Herewith are some bargains offered by the New Mexican Printing Com pany: Code of Civil Procedure of the Territory of New Mexico, 1897, sheep , turn of the old trouble, but at once bound, $1; paper bound, 70c; Missouri appealed to Doan's Kidney Pills and Pleading forms, JB; Missouri Code the results have always been prompt Pleadings, $6; the two for 10; Adapt ed to New Mexico Code, Laws of New Mexico, 1899, 1901, and 1903, English and Spanish pampb'at, 2.25; full Ictther, 3; Gheri .'s Flexible-Cover Pocket Dockp. single, $1.25; two or more books, $1 each; New Mexico Su preme Court Report3, Nos. 3 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 list school blanks. and satisfactory. I can call to mind a number of my friends who have, on my advice used Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney complaint and have been made well by them." For sale by all dealws. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, solu agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and -ke no other, Try a New Mexican want ad. NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE ROB WELL, NKW MSI1CO. THB MILITARY SCHOOL OF NBW MEXICO tfatablished and Supported by the Territory. EIGHT MEN INSTRUCTORS, all graduates of Standard Eastern Coltegas. New buddings, all furnishings and eq ulpmentsjinodern and com plete; steam-heated, electric-lighted, baths, water-works, alt conveniences. TUITION, BOARD and LAUNDRY, 8250 per teuton, three terms of thirteen weeks each. Soulon Is ROSWELL I a noted health resort, S.700 feet above ea-levels well watered. Sunshine everyday from September to June. REGENTS N a th a u My W M Reed, W. M. Atkinson, W. A. Flnlay and E. A. Cahoon For particulars address COL J. W. WILLSCN, Supt. 4 EXCURSIONS TO CL1FFDWELLINGS Archaeological Society Hopes In This Way to Encourage People to Make Interesting Trip. 'At the meeting of the Archaeologic al Society on last Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ross McMillan, Mrs. Corbin, Miss DuVal and Messrs. Harvle and Hugh DuVal wei;e elected to member ship. The following officers for the en suing year were elected: President, J. R. McFie; vice president, L. Bradford Prince; secretary Paul A. F. Walter; corresponding secretary, Mrs. James E. Wood: treasurer. A. H. Brodhead. The committee on excursions to the cliff dwellings pressed an interest ing report, which Wj... Jopted. It is as follows: July 5, 1907. Hon. John R. McFie, president Archae- logical Society of Santa Fe. Dear Sir Your committee on cliff dwelling tours reports as follows: m After having gone thoroughly over this subject In various meetings prof It.Inar hv Hip hnrrl wnrli- nf a similar 1 AGED committee last year and the experi ence of those who have made trips to this region during the year just past, we outline the following plan for the semi-monthly trip for the approval and support of the Society and for any im provements that they have to suggest; First trip to be taken for two days, Friday and Saturday, uly 12 and 13 to be personally conducted by A. B. Craycraft, who will go on horse-back. In order to cover a condition, if the trips become popular. Mr. Craycraft will educate a new guide to undertake the trips at such times as it will be impossible for Mr. Craycraft to' go. Trips to be only run when five or more passengers agree to go and rates to apply to men, women and children Alike, and no party to consist of more than fifteen paid passengers. Rates $5 a day or $10 for the round trip of two days to be paid to Mr. Craycraft on departure, however, residents of Santa Fe, members of the Archaeolog ical Society, for their first trip will be charged but $4 a day. On the basis of five passengers to a six-seated rig, six persons with the driver, we figure: Three seated rig and driver $12 One (tuide $5 a day l6 Tent and wagon sheet, hire or part payment on purchase 4 Cook, Indian to meet party at Buck- man 2 Provisions. . , ' 10 Cooking utensils, hire or part pay ment on purchase 1 Incidentals , SHOT WIFE FOR SASSING HIM Rio Arriba County Man Probably Fatally Wounds Spouse Is Now in Jail. 8. Special to the New Mexican. Tierra Amarilla, X. M., July Because his wife sassed him and re fused to allow him to lay his hands on some money she had locked In a trunk, Reyney Garcia, of Coyote, this county, shot her twice, probably fatal ly wounding her. Garcia has been arrested and is now in jail here await ing the action of the next grand jury. Deputy Sheriff Tonias Velasquez made the arrest, Garcia offering no resist ance, He said he wanted the money to celebrate with and that the shoot ing was done while he was In a rage. Kodol will nourish and strengthen your digestive organs and furnish the natural digestive juices for your stom ach. It will make you well. Kodol digests what you eat. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. PIONEER IS KILLED BY TRAIN, 0J0 CALlEfJTE HOT 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 from Bar anca Station, on the Denver & Rio Grande Railway, frou 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 carbonic. Altitude, 6,000 feet. 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 of alkaline salts to the gallon, being tie 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' Disease of the Kidneys, ryphl!ltic and Mercurial Affections, Scnfula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all Femal V .mplaints, etc., etc. Board, lodging a.id bathing $2.50 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 at all seasons and is open all winter. Pas sengers for OjO Callente 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 Callente, $7.40. For further par ticulars, address ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor. Ojo Callente. Taos County, N .JH H. C. Yontz DEALER IN f aides, Clods. Jewelry and Hand Painted China. MANUFACTURER 07 eiiean Filigree JEWELRY Repair of Fine Watches and Jewelry Work a Specialty. Navaho Rugt (and In dian Goods. Filigree at Wholeialo and Retail. 246 San Francisco St Santa Fe, N. M. OUR PI AGE OTTO RETSCH, Proprietor. PABST'S BLUE RIBBON The Beer of Quality. ANY QUANTITY FROM A PINT UP. Fine Vtoes. Liquors and cigars. WEST SIDE OF PLAZA t i i SANTA FE, N. H 1 J. W. MAYES & COMPANY FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE Socorro, N. M., July 8. While seeking a place of safety from a large wind mill which had been dislodged by a high wind, Melquiades Armljo, a respected and pioneer resident of Sabinal was ground to death under a Santa Fe freight train. In avoiding the falling windmill the man ran up ou the track and his attention being detracted he failed to see the rapidly appoaching train. The deceased was 50 years old and Is survived by a family. M Q.Santai - d t lPt,r4ir , . Saul a Rosa I . " bA 1 4 1 , y 2a III Afcstancla I J Roswell w Co A i r I ' g BERNALILLO TO SUE SANDOVAL COUNTY. Albuquerque, X. M., July 8. Suit will be filed in the near future in the district court here against the coun ty commissioners of Sandoval County to force the payment of arrears of interest on county bonds due to Ber nalillo County as a result of the bond agreement made at the time of the division ot the county. The interest on that portion of the bonded debt of the old county assumed by Sandoval County has never been paid hence the suit. AGENCY AMERICAN SURETY CO. Surety Bonds Judicial and Fidelity Bonds Laughlin Block SANTA FE, N. M. Total i ....... . $40 Balance to be paid Into the treas ury of the Archaeological Society to further its work in opening up the Cliff Dwelling region in this vicinity to the interest and knowledge of the pub lic $10. Total $50. Fare of five persons at $5 a day for two days' trip $50. If for any set of circumstances the trip is extended for longer than this time, it will be at the same rate, namely $5 a day. In all cases passengers must provide their own bedding and If it should be that a cot was necessary, they must pro vide a folding cot; in other words, the rate to each passenger will be $5 a day and their own bedding. In this connection It is well to state that the committee Is well aware that great economy would be brought about, by having a ranger's cabin erected for the use of the society in this region, in which tents, bedding, feed for horses and non-perishable provisions could be stored, and we recommend that if the trips prove at all success ful that definite steps be taken to have such, a cabin erected. In the hiring of the three-seated rigs, If It Is possible, It will be well to hire the first from Charles Closson, and if more are needed, the second from The odore Corrlck and the third from Mr. Closson. It would be possible to take seven or eight passengers if two or three would go on horse hack but we have not found out what a horse would cost for a two-day trip. It Is not the purpose of this com mittee to commit the Archaeological Society to running Cliff Dwelling tours, but merely to demonstrate that these trips are feasible, in the hopes that private partieB will take it up as a business. Mrs. Laughlin on be half of this committee will report on the signs and hotel cards. Respectfully submitted , MRS. N. B. LAUGHLIN, A. B. CRAYCRAFT, A. H. BRODHEAD, Committee It was decided to run the first excur sion on next Friday and Saturday up on the terms and conditions set forth in the above report, A. B. Craycraft to take personal charge. The society now numbers over one hundred members and it has succeed ed in awakening great interest In the cliff dwellings and the wonderful scenic beauties and prehistoric monu ments cf the Pajarito section only twenty miles west of Santa Fe, on the plateau that jlies between the Rao Grande River and ' the Valles Range and covering over a thousand square miles. A cleansing, clean, cooling, sooth ing, healing household remedy is De- Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. Bad Burn Quickly Healed. "I am so delighted with what Cham berlain's Salve has done for me that feel bound to write and tell you so,1 says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My little daughter had a bad bum on her knee I applied Chamberlain's Salve and it healed beautifully." This salve al lays the pain of a burn almost in stantly. It is for sale by all druggists, NOTICE of Restoration to Settlement and Entry of Landg within the former Portalen National KoreHt. New Mexico. Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Wash- iiflrton. 1). C .-Anril 16. 1907. In pursuance of the proclamation ot tne President of the United ftates. dated March 18, 1907, revoking nil proclamation ot uctoner a, establish in? the Fortaies national f orest, rew Mex lco. and restorine the public landg therein to settlement, notice is hereby given that the said public lands, not otherwise. reserved, will become subject to entry, tiling and selec tion, under the usual restrictions, at the united States Laud Offices at Clayton and Roswell. New Mexico, on Aueust 27. 19i)7. said lands beinir described as follows: In township two (2) North, Kaugethirty-oue (SI). Sections thirteen ll.i. fourteen (Hi, twenty-three iM twenty-four (24), twenty-five (25), twenty. six tai), thirty-nve io. aim thirty-six tuaniu Township one (1), North Range thirty-two Ci2) sections one (l) to six (0) both inclusive, sections ten (10) to fifteen (IK) both inclusive Sections twenty-four (24) and twenty-five (25): In Township two 2 North. Kanee thirty-two (32), sections two (3), three (tf), four i4). sections seven m to thirty-six mi both inclusive: In Township one (1) .South, Range thirty-three (H'.j), Sections one (t),tvo (2) and three i;i),in Tow nship one (ll mirth, ktansre thirty-three (33), Sections three (:)) to thirty-six (2ti),both inclusive; In Township two 121 Worth. Kanee thirty-three sec tions seventeen I17to twenty-two 22, both inclusive. S-ectlohStwenty-soveit 12 I to thirty four .34, both inclusive; in Township one 11 South. Range thirty-four 34, Sections one I I I to six 6, both inclusive, Sections nine TBI. ten 1101. eleven 111 and twelve 1 12) Tn Township one 111 North, ltanire thirty fonr 34, Sections thirteen 13 to thirty-six , both inclusive; in lownsnip one CLIFF DWELLING TOURS OF TWO DAYS' DURATION Semi-monthly trips of two days' dur ation to the cliff dwelling region will be begun by the Archaeological Soci ety on Friday, July 12th under the personal supervision of Mr. A. B. Cray- croft. Rates $5 a day or $10 for the round trip. Passengers must takei their own bedding. For further particulars apply to Mr. A. B. Cray croft, office west side of Plaza. If South. Kanae thirty-five 133 Sections one to eighteen 1181. both Inclusive. Sections twenty-two 22), twenty-three 23 and twentv-f our 241 : in Township one 1 North Kange thirty-nve sections seventeen u to thirty-six l ; l. Doth inclusive; in Town ship one ill North, Kange thirty-six 1301 section nineteen iw. sections twenty-eight 1 28 J to thirty-six (3U) both inclusive; all town ship one I'll South. Kange thirty-six 381: lr Township two 2 South, Range thirty-six 1361. Sections one 11 to five (S) both inclusive. sections nine9ten (10) eleven 11 and twelve 111; In fractional Township one m north xange thirty-seven 37 .Sections thirty-one 31 to thlrtv-slx (Wi) Dotn inclusive an irac tional Township oue 1 South, Range thirty seven f S71 : In fractional Towiiohip two It South. Riinge thirty-seven (37 1; Sections one (1) to twelve 1 12 both inclusive; All east of the New Mexicj Meridian. It. A. IUm.is. cibr. Commissioner. Approved ; J . R. Garfield secretary of the interior. STUDY THE MAP. The natural point on the new A., T. & S. F. Cut-off tor the distribu tion of freight, having the advantage of the easy grades and short rr-utf to the East and West, and direct com muuicatlon wiih all points In the Territory. Wholesale houses are coming to W illard H3 soon as the Cut-off Ir open. Surrounded by a fine farming coun try. The purest water in 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 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. TAYLOhi WILLARD, N. M. Santa Fe Livery Stable THEODORE CORRICK Proprietor . LIVEITY. BOARDIHE AHO FEED STABLE FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE 8 EH VICE GOOD 8ADDI.E HOR8E8 PINE S108 Ji PHONE 132. 120 SAN FRANCISCO ST. ADOLPH SELIGMA Special Summer Sale of LADIES PjUSLip ipERVEAR White Goods, Laces and Embroideries. ADOLPH SELIGM AN t57 San Franols 8trett Indian anil neiican Hares Curios Blankdta, Baskets, Rag, Wax,. Feather and Linen Drawn Work, Opals, Turquoise, Garnets and Other Gems. OUR MOTTO: .To Have the Best of Everything In Our Line. $10 SINGERS $10 i TWO SINGER S ' SEWING MACHINES t er - (Second Hand) PRICE SIO Cell Early At mm STORE "A SPECIAL" For sick folks. Your attentloa is called to the fact that our whiskey is bought in bond and purity is abso lutely guaranteed. Telephone 94. THE CLUB. Blank certificates of births and deaths required to be . furnished by physicians, ruidwlves, nurses and other attendants at such occurrences, for sale at the New Mexican Printing Of fice. Low rates and in quantities to suit. Either in the English or Span ish languages. All orders will re ceive prompt attention. The New Meilcan Printing Company 1 prepared to do the best of briei work In short order and at very reas onable rates. Lawyers, who desire to have their briefs printed rapidly and correctly and to present them to the Supreme Court now la lesslon here on time, should call on toe New Mev lean Printing Company. HO FOR CLIFF DWELLERS Parties outfitting for the Cliff Dwell ings should not forgec a basket of liquid refreshments. No charge for packing. Telephone 94. THE CLUB. Advertise in 3our home paper and note the results that follow. Re enterprising. Cures Biliousness, Sick Headache, Sour Stom ach, Torpid Liver and C h ro n 1 c Constipation. laxative Fruit Syrup litEI ANV c PHARMAC? CleanieB tht lyttep thoroughly and ciesrt sallow complexions of pimples and blotches.