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ftANTA FE JNEW MEXICAN, SA&TA fE, N. M. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907. (Z j3- Santa Fe Central Rail way Company Effective Sunday, June 9, 1907 South Hound North Bound No 1 Ml Stations. I aiti No 2 "a wTpf'u Lv.Mita'y..lArr 7,owi B uu"p 3 JO p 2i ' Rounedy.... ' a,050 3 50 P 4 15 pi 41 " Stiuilev ... " tf,370 2 62 p 4 4Hp fe " Morlarty ... " 6,250 2 17 p 5 07p j 111 " Molutosh... " 6,175 2 3(1 p 5 50 pi lib " Kitiiuola.... " 6,(40 t 13 p 22 p 81 " Wlllard.... " U,12f. U 41 p 7 Wp lld Arr....Torrauo.,lve 6,471 11 15 a Freight, Passenger and Steamship business. Pullman berths secured by wire. Connections: At Santa Fe, with Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, and Atchison, To'peka & Santa Fe Rail way. At Kennedy, with Atchison, To peka & Santa Fe Railway. At Tor rance with El Paso & Southwestern .System. S. B. GRIMSHAW, General Freight and Passenger Agent. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES MASONIC. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, A. F. & A. M. Regu lar communication first . Monday of eacn month at Masonic Hall at R. H. HANNA, W. M. .LAN R. McCORD, Sec'y. it . JlJS Santa Fe Chapter. No. 1, R. A. M. Regu lar convocation second Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. S. SPiTZ. H. P. ARTHUR SELIGMAN, Sec'y. 7:30 p, m. Santa Fe Commandery No. 1, K. T. Regular conclave second Saturday In each month at Masonic Hall C. J. CRANDALL, E. C. H. F. STEPHENS, Recorder. Santa Fe Lodge of Perfection No. 1, 14th degree. Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry meets on the third Saturday of each month at 7:30 o'clock in the evening in Masonic Hall, south side of Plaza. Visiting Scottish Rite Masons are cor dially invited to attend. CHARLES A. WHEELON, 32, Venerable Master. HENRY F. STEPHENS, 14, Sec. I. O. O. F. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 2. 1. O. O. F., meets every Thursday evening in Odd Fellows' Hall, San Francisco Street. Visiting brothers welcome. MAX KALTER, N, G. LEO HERSCH, V. G. DAVID L. MILLER. Sec'y. B. P. O. E. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 460, B. P. O. E., holds its regular session on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month Visiting brothers are invited and wel come. R. H. HANNA, E. R. J. D. SENA, Sec'y. FRATERNAL UNION. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 259, Fraternal Union of America. Regular meetings rst and third Mondays in each month at 8 o'clock p. m., Odd Fellows' Hall, San Francisco Street. Visiting Frat ers weicome. M. E. ORTIZ, Fraternal Master. GREGORIO RAEL, Treat. DAVID GONZALES, Sec'y. OVER THE FOOT BOARD. After using Dr. Laurltzen's Health Table Malt for a few weeks, jou will awake in the morning with a feeling that will almost Induce you to Jump over the foot board with delight. It lon.js up the entire system. H. 8. RAUNB ft CO. CATV HOTTLEVQ WORKS, PaoK II "GOOD ROOMS." fou can get a good room at the Hotel NormaaJie at a very moderate price, either by the week or month. You will be gainer by calling there, before engaging rooma laewher r Z55 For cool cooking, less work and least fuel-expense use a New perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove the ideal stove for summer. Does everything that any other kind of stove will do. Any degree of heat instantly. Made in three sizes and fully warranted. At your dealer's, or write our nearest agency for descriptive circular. , n jRaybLamp The, Urfirx T is the best lamp for all-round household use. Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled. Perfectly con structed; absolutely safe; unexcelled in light-giving power; an ornament toanyroom. Every lamp warranted. If not at your dealer's, write to our nearest agency, CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) SIGHTS OF SANTA FE (Homestead Entry No. 5871.) Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. June 24, 1907. Notice Is hereby given that Espl ridion Oli'bas, of Coyote, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 5871, made July 17, 1900, for the NW 1-4 SE 1-4, S 1-2 NE 1-4, Sec. 25, T. II N, R. 2 E., and lot 2, Sec. 30, Township 21 N., Range 3 E., and that ) said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Santa Fe, N., M., on August 8, 1907. He names the following -witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz.: Seferino Valdez, Placido Archuleta, Florenelo Vigil, Polidoro Olivas, all of Coyote, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, , Register (A brief outline of Foints of Interest in and about the City of Santa Fe. A Guide for Tourists.) (July, 1907.) The Plaza. Under the care of the Woman's Board of Trade. Here Onate camped and set up the banner of Spain in IMS. Here the Pueblos in the uprising of 10S0 burned the ar chives and historical records of the Province. Here De Vargas halted in triumph after taking the city from the Pueblos in 1C92. Here General Kearny planted the Stars and Stripes in 1846, Most o:! the thrilling historical and gala events for the past three hun dred years have centered here. The Old Palace. Without doubt the oldest governmental building in' the United States. Date of construction variously set from 1598 to 1607. Occu pied as executive building by Gover nors under the Spanish, the Pueblo, the Mexican and American regime.last occupied as a residence by the present Acting Governor James WTalIace Ray nolds. Ceded by the Federal govern' ment to the Territory, the present owner, but which has voted to recede it to the Federal government as a National Monument. It is at present occupied by the postofBce, the Histor ical Society Museum, the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Ter ritorial Republican Central Commit tee. The Historical Society Museum. In Old Palace. Open free to visitors, from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. on weekdays, and 2 to 4 p. m. on Sundays. Contains fine collection of New Mex ico antiquities and the most complete library of books relating to the history of the Southwest to be found in the United States outside of the Congres sional Library. Ben Hur Room. -In Old Palace. Here Lew Wallace, while Governor of New Mexico, completed Ren Hur. Key given to visitors at the postoffice. Soldiers' Monument. In Plaza Erected by the Territory. Much criti cized because It refers to the Confed erates as Rebels. Lamy( Fountain. In Plaza. Erected by Woman's Board of Trade in mem ory cf the late Bishop Lamy, who in troduced the orchard industry at Santa Fa and surroundings. .The Kearny Monument. In Plaza. Erected by the Daughters of the Amer ican Revolution. Masonic Building, and .,' Hall. On south side of Plaza. Oldest Msonic Lodge in the Southwest. Many Inter esting historic relics In lodgo room. Kit Carson was a member of this lodge. The Fonda. At, southwest corner of Plaza. End of the historic Santa Fe Trail. Now Exchange Hotel. WITHIN FIVE MINUTES' WALK FROM PLAZA. Public Library. On Washington Avenue. Built and maintained by the Woman's Board of Trade. Federal Building. Headquarters of Federal Land OfTice, Internal Revenue Service for New Mexico and Arizona, Surveyor General, Weather Bureau, Forest Supervisor of Pecos, Jemez and Taos National Forests, U. S. Attorney for the Pueblo Indians, and other Fed eral officials. Kit Carson Monument. Tn front of Federal building. The Jourt House. On Palace Ave- nue. Contains County Offices and Court Rooms. Saint Vincent's Sanitarium. On Palace venue. Saint Vincent's Orphans' Home- On Palace Avenue. , Saint Vincent's Hospital. On Pal ace Avenue. Loretto Academy. O n College Street'. Oldest School for Girls west of the Missouri. Quaint cemetery in rear. Loretto Chapel. On College Street One of the most perfect specimens of Gothic Architecture in America. Built from design by French architects. Loretto Convent. On College Strefet. Occupied by Sisters of Lor etto. Roman Catholic Parochial School. On Water Street. Cathedral. On Cathedral Square Original rtructure commenced in 1612 destroyed in 1680. Modern structure not complete. When complete to have twin steeples and to be cruciform Contains a number of paintings by old masters. Reredo behind altar was erected by Governor del Valle and his wife in 1761. Fine old paintings and rich vestments in rear of Cathedral From here start annually the famous Corpus Christ! and tho historic De Vargas processions. In rear of altar two Franciscan Friars, murdered by the Indians, are buried. Archbishop's .Residence. On Ca thedral Street. Bishop's Residence. On Cathedral Street. Aljoinlng is the beautiful "Bishop's Garden" with historic spring, lakelets and flne'orchard. Presbyterian Mission School for Girls. Grant Avenue. The Mary James Mission ' School for Boys. On Federal Street. HOTEL ARRIVALS Palace. O, D. Olmstead, Waterloo, Iowa; Andrew Gunther, Espanola; Lou Well, Kansas City; John W. Corbett and wife, Mountainair; Nnma Raymond, Mrs. Raymond, Miss O. Frenger, Gen eva Switzerland. Claire. Augusta Wlggam, Catherine Meek er, Emporia, Kansas; Frank A. Hub bell, Albuquerque; Ellsworth Ingalls, Washington, D. C; A. Stern, Kansas Glty; 'B. A. Sleyster, Albuquerque; a. S. Phillips, BucUman, Thomas F. Gaylord, Edgar Randolph, Lafayette, Indiana; William S. Fitch and wife, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Lee B. Davison, Chicago; Mrs. W. E. Bart lett, Moriarty; A. I,. Bird, Goldfleld, Colorado; S. F. Anderson, F. B. Tup per, S. H..Mooney, Denver. Normandie. B. F. Bruce, Bland; Mrs. Francis- quita Qulntana, Clayton; Chas, DuVal, Jacksonville, Florida; Mrs. J. Mur dock, Las Vegas; J. Murdock, Las Vegas; Juan Med.ina, Galisteo; Ven tura Jlarros, Galisteo; George Zlm nier, Estancia; Frank Leahy, Estan- cia; William Bratton, Globe Arizona; J, Labcne, Denver; Mrs. Quintana, Clayton; I. II. Garry, Denver; Salo mon Vigil, San Pedro; W. C. Asher, Estancia; O. U Zook, Estancia; J. E. Patterson, Estancia; Mrs. J. C. Ward and daughter, NeNwkirk, Oklahoma; Eugenlo Barros, Galisteo; D. Haley, A. M. Hunter, Antonito, Colorado. Coronado. H. C. Viles, Thomas It. Stewart, Pe cos; M. W. McNease, C. 0. Komb, Las Vegas; M. M, Corbett, Estancia. 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. v LEGAL BLANKS. Compilation Corporation Laws. 75c Execution, 1-4 sheet. Coal Declaratory Stater lent with rower of an Attorney, Non-Mineral Affidavit and Corroborating Non-Min eral Affidavit, 1-2 sheet. Notification of Change in Assess ment by Assessor, 100 In Book, $3.75. Gaming License, 50 in Book, 13.00. Capias Complaint, 1-4 sheet. Butcher's Bond. 1-2 sheet ilaming Tables, 1-2 jheet. Summons, 1-4 sheet. Subpoena, 1-4 sheet. t Quit Claim Deed, 1-2 sheet. Appllcaton for bounty for Killing Wild Animals, 1-4 sheet. Sheriff's Monthly Report. 1-2 ihet Contract Between Directors tad Teachers. 1-4 sheet. Warrant to Apprlaserd,' full sheet Certificate of Marrage, 75c per Do len. Code of Civil Procedure, full Leath er, 11.00, paper bound, 75c, postage Tc. Bill of Sale Animals Bearing Ven- tor's Recorded BranJ. 1-4 sheet Bond, General Form, i-2 sheet, LEGAL BLANKS. Kepf in stock and for sale by the ew Mexican Printing Company. The New Mexican Printing Company has on hand a large supply of pads md tablets suitable for school work, aie desk, and also for lawyers and merchants; good anywhere We will sell them at uvo cent In book form, Lease, 1-2 sheet "Board and Lodging". .25c each "Minor's Law" 50c each Take the Postmaster's Word for it. Mr. F. M. Hamilton, postmaster at Cherryvale, Ind., keeps a so a stock of general merchandise and patent medi cines. He says: "Chamberlaln'f Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is standard here In Its line. It never fails to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to be without It." For sale bv all druggists. " Letter copy books of the best vat, terlal are kept In stock b- the New Mexican Printing Company and wil' be sold at very low figures for first class work. When you are In need o; a letter copy book of the right kind. patronize the New Mexican Printing Company. SHOR1 ORDER MEALS. 1 The best short order meals are now being served at the Bon Ton Restau rant. Tile best certs, mi waiters ar mowed at Uli d! m v Bad Burn Quickly Healed. "I am so delighted with what Cham berlain's Salve has done for me that I feel bound to write and tell vou so says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My little daughter had a bad burn on her knee. I applied Chamberlain's Salve and healed beautifully." This salve lays the pain of a burn almost stantly. It is for sale by all druggists. it al- in Cured Three of the Family With One Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy. "I purchased a hot le of Chamber Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and found it to be all claimed for it in the advertisements. Three of the family have used it with good results in summer ' complaint." H. E. Rowe, publisher of the Press, High land, Wisconsin. For sale by all druggists. i" ST. LOUIS, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 5 PACIFIC RAILWAY CO PASSENGER ?l SCHEDULE Wells Fargo Express Train No. 8 1 , ' " Distance iTr'inWnv MOi;rldavd" TraDnallt- 1 STATIONS Train No. J Mom Wed. .TJdL "ally Katon , Div Friday JSS,),n Leaves. RATON. ...Arrives 12 IftiliT "Tairpiir ? m S 2 i Fx Pm i v CUTC)N HOUSE J'o t Lv 11 57 am 6 15 m I -m i m pm Leaves., jj PRKSTON .Leaves 11 40 am ft 4 ,m 8"m 88 S 20 KOEHLERJctj - A; !, 5 P'n 23 Ar KOEHLKR TTTr il lOam" ijlOam t'fOpm 33 Ar VKRMKJO Ar TTo"lam "YusmrT 10,0am B.iOpm CIMARRON M an. " J p r 1 i7 : C7 r i 17 anil v(i Tnes. 'fhurs aatu relay 7 00 am 7 80 am 8 C5 am il -30 am 8 4S am X 25 am 10 00 am from Des Moines 49 42 ai a a a STATIONS Leaves RATON Arrive 'eae CLIFTON HOUSE JUNCTION Leave Leave CUNNINGHAM Leave 'eave THOMPSON Je Le"ve VIGIL leave V0Bve (JAHULIN VEGAS Leave Arrive DBS M'Vl N ES Leave Trains Nos 18 and 21 Tuet. Thurs Saturday 2 21 pm 2 00 pm 1 1.1 pm 12 40 pm 12 25 pm 11 40 am 11 00 am niWiunn. ...UL' Dl It b h 'm Connects w h El 2 SS."" W; !' arriving in Dawsrn, N. M.. at 6 10 I taBe for Van Ho. )t7n TnTeet. trains" aTPreJton.TM ' 'elm"B H' " IU 3 " """ i. a. Jr. trains Nos. 1, 7and 9. Vf, A. GORMAN, Gen. Pass Act. Katon, New Mexico, DIRECT ROUTE The Mining Camps of Colorado, Utah and Nevada; To Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo is Via the Denver & Rio Grande Railway Through the fertile San Luis valley; also to the San Joan country of Colorado. For information as to rUes, train service, des criptive literature, etc., call on or address S. K. HOOPER, Q. P. S. T. A, Denver, Cola H.McBRIDH, Agent. Santa Fe, N. M. CHARLES W. DUDROW Lumber, Sash, and Doors U KINDS OP BUILDING MATERIA L Cord and Stove Weed Extra Pi y.CuHoFitYcti Stove CEFJ5!LJ-0S FFBl Delivered to Any and HAGAN XzJFh$ Part of the City TRAN8FER and f TORAGE; We Hani Eveiylhirg Movable Phone 35 Santa Fe. Rrancb Office aod Yards at Corrillos, N. M. i?1M R iff f$ BATH POWDER 11 RICP Dnwnro A Perfumed Luxury for the Balk Best Toilet powder. Antiseptically . - .. u.wi. uviiti a im:c. rtPiiPVM umhum w .1 r) r orii t . uutiuum ttiiu -Sh. man rerrume. Dath3, A CAN cents-f ALL stores, baby. A tAN . OR MAILED BV II litMalM3WiH5lllf.ld.lrliJI?l FLAT : OPENING : BLANK : BOOK J SWA fsf Amy a . fW Sf S y MWmm. rm (FRAY P ATENT) NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO., SOL E MAKERS FOR NEW MEXICO. INCORPORATED H. B. Cartwright & Bio., WHOLESALE GROCERS Grain, Flour and Potatoes. Stationery, Patent Medicine and Grocers' Sundries. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDERS Constipation. For constipation there is nothine quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stim. 1 ach and Liver Tablets. They always produce a pleasont' movement of the bowels without any disagreeable ef fect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. Sold by all druggists. J ran?? i a SANTA FE, N. M Kodaks and Pboto Stspplie ART PICTURES AND FRAMING We make a specialty of PEVELOPINO, PRINT INO and ENLARGING. Mall Orders Given Promp Attention. Send for Catalogue. HOWLAND & DEWEY COMPANY, ' 128 8. Spring St. Lot Angeltf, Cat. 610 ft. BroaJway.