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TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1907.
JBAOTA FB NEW MEXICAN. SANTA FE. N.M. PAGE 7HREE The New Mexican Printing Company fcas prepared civil and criminal dock ets especially for the use of Justice of the peace. They are especially ruled, with printed headings, la elthe Spanish or English, made of good rec ord paper, strongly and durably bouni! 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 tn civil anJ criminal dockets, separate of 12 nagea each, or with both civil and criminal bound in one book, 80 pages civil and 320 pages criminal. To in troduce them they, fre offerod at the folio whig low prices: Civil or crlmlna 2.75 Combined civil and criminal.... 14.80 For 45 'ttnts additional for a single docket, or 65 cent additional for a rinbinatioa 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. SO DECEPTIVE. Many Santa Fe People Fail to Realize the Seriousness Herewith are some Darga-ms offered hy the New Mexican Printing Com pany: Code at Civil Procedure of the Territory of New Meiico, 1897, sheep bound, $1; psper bouni, 75c; Missouri! Pleading forms, f)S; Missouri Code Pleadings, G; the two tor flO; Adapt-' ed to New Mexico Code, Laws of New Mexico, 1899, 1301, and 19G3, English and Spanish pampr'et, $2.26; full lcther, $3; Sheri .'s Flexible-Cover Pocket Dock?, single, U.25; two or more books, jl each; New Mexico Su preme Court Reports, 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. Backache is so deceptive. It comes and goes keeps you gues sing. Learn the cause then cure It. Nine times out of ten it comes frqm the kidneys. That's why Doan's Kidney Pills cure it. Cure every kidney 111 from backache to diabetes. Here's a Santa Fe :ase to prove It. Pasquale Yannl, living on College street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, says: "Some four years ago I gave a testl monlal touching on the merits of Doan's Kidney Pills. I then stated that this remedy, which I procured at Ireland's Pharmacy, had positively relieved me of pain in the back which had troubled me to quite an extent for some time. If the primary cause of this annoyance was not from the na ture of my work It was surely aggra vated by sitting at the bench and be ing In a stooped position for at such times my back was especially painful. The claims made for Doan's Kidney Pills were positively carried out In my case for not only did they give strength and tone to the kidneys, thus freeing me from the backache, but effected a cure that has been absolute and permanent up to date. For sale by all dealers. Price CO cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, Now York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Butchers' shipping certificates, such as are required by law, printed la blank form b the Nw Ifevlcao PrtstlM Com pair 1 NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE BOSWKLL, MBW MEXICO. TIIE MILITARY SCHOOL OF NW MEXICO tfotabliahcd and Supported by the Territory. EIGHT MEN INSTRUCTORS, ail graduates of Standard Eastern Collegas. New buildings, -a-11 furnishings and eqilpments'jnodern and com plete; steam-heated, electrlc-llghted, baths, water-worki, all conveniences. TUITION, BOARD and LAUNDRY, !50 per teuton. Seiilon li three terms of thirteen week: each. ROSWELL I' & noted health resort, S.700 feet above ea-level; well watered. Sunshine svery 'day from September to June. REGENTS Nathau Jaffa, W M Reed, W. M. Atkinson, W, A. Ftnlay and E. A. Cahoon . For particulars address COL J. W, WIUSCH, Supt. 0J0 CAUEJITE 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 daily line of stages runs to the springs. The temperature of these waters is from 90 to 122 degrees. The gases are carbonic. Altitude, C.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 f alkaline salts to the gallon, being Ike richest alkaline Hot Springs In j 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, Brlght'3 Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and Mercurial Affections, Smfula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all Femal I' mplaints, etc., etc. Board, lodging fud bathing $2.50 per day; $15 per week; $60 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 Callente at 4 p. m. the same day. Fare for rouud trip from Santa Fe to Ojo Caliente, $7.40. For further par ticulars, address ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor. Ojo Callente. Taos County, N .M DIAMONDS H. Q VONTZ WATCHES 2a.xiia.factu.xer of right prices jiipvirAM PIIIfDFF Eyes Tested and right goods McAIlAii ' rlLlUKtX Fitted by Up.t0. RIGHT SERVICE JEWELRY Date Methods CUT GLASS, CHINA AND SILVERWARE 246 San Francisco St. Santa Fe, N. M. OUR ACE OTTO RETSCH, Proprietor. PABST'S BLUE KIBBON TAe Beer of Quality. ANY QUANTITY FROM A PINT UP. Fine Vines, Liquors and cigars. WEST SIDE OF PLAZA t t i SANTA FE, N. M J. W. MAYES & COMPANY FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE AGENCY AMERICAN SURETY CO. Surety Bonds Judicial and Fidelity Bonds Laughlln Block SANTA FE, N. M. The Orogrande Times, in Its last week's Issue, has the following to say of what Is going on in that district: Several good strikes have been re ported in the camp during the past week, and much work Is being done In getting ready to handle the ore al ready In sight, in quantities, looking toward the opening of the smelter at an early date. In fact, things In gen eral about the camp are looking brighter each day and It is safe to as sert that the bluest days of the Jarilla prospectors are now over. The atten tion of outside capital is being turned this way and some has already come In. More will soon follow, and as soon as the smelter Is blown In and the track put in shape to facilitate the I )lfl n fill ii ir rf riaa hut unm iht mliioci and smelter, a good Influx of capital and a general Increase In activity around the camp will be apparent. Rich Strike in the Cuprite. The shaft on the Cuprite property, which was recently taken over by the Cuprite Mining Company from Culver and Downs, is now down to a depth of 155 feet and la going Into the best body of ore they have yet encountered. The extent of the new strike has not yet been ascertained, but it Is evident ly a large one and It Is believed that it will prove to be one of the best that have been made so far. The shaft, which is four by six feet, has pene trated this stratum about two feet and shows ore on all sides. This last srike is an extra high grade of copper ore and also shows a good per cent of gold, being far superior to the ore the company has been shipping to the smelters at El Paso and which has been netting them between $100 and $500 a car. The Cunrite Comnanv is also drift ing in on the vein which was struck at a depth of forty feet from the sur face and much ore is being taken out. This lead is widening out and show up better the farther it is followed. Shamrock Strike at Thirty Feet. The new shaft at the Shamrock property, which was recently bought by T. E. Rubey and associates, is now down thirty feet. While this shaft has gone through ore practical! "from the grass roots down," they struck their best rock at this depth The body has a six-foot face and shows on all sides of the shaft. The ore has a good showing of sulphite of copper with plenty of iron to carry itself. It has all the requisite proper ties to make it self fluxing and will run at an average of about $30 a ton according to assays so far made. This ore strongly resembles that being taken out of the By-Chance. Three drills have been put to work drifting into this body and the ore will be taken out as fast as possible. A car will be delivered to the smelter this week. The new owners have only been at work on this property about three weeks but the present outlook is so promising that air drills and ma chinery will be installed soon and per haps another shaft or tunnel started. Joe Sobey, one of the best equipped, practical mining men in these parts, who has been general superintendent for the Standard Company for the past two months, has been put In charge of the Shamrock workings ana win see that the development work is carried on in a miner-like manner. A peculiar feature In the develop ment of this claim has been the way in which former prospectors have al ways missed the ore bodies for which they sought, by the closest margins. Mr. Rubey showed one place where they had tunneled in right over the ore formation for perhaps twenty-five feet and had even struck ore at one dace, but they evidently were not familiar with the formation and failed to recognize the value of their find. The Alice Makes Good Showing. The Alice shaft is now down over 300 feet and has gone into the fourth body of ore. This body is just as even 200 feet below the next strike above it and the assay shows it to be a good grade of copper and gold ore, being a little better than the three veins above It. It looks like a good strike so far, the shaft has gone into the ore for several feet, but Is not yet through It. The company will start three drillers to work drifting at this depth next Monday morning. Drifting at the Flying Eagle. The Flying Eagle, at Water Canon, Is now down 126 feet and is improving as it goes. They are drifting at a depth of seventy-six feet and follow ing up a vein which is widening all the time and evidently leads to a good ore body. This vein, which was only a small streak a few inches thick where It was first struck, has been followed up for fifty feet to the north and now shows a thickness of over two feet. The rock Is a fair grade of lead and galena ore. Good Work on Other Claims. Other claims report good progress in extracting the ore and other lines of development work. A new flow of water has been struck in the valley shaft of the Lucky, bringing the total flow up to nearly 100,000 gallons a day. Most of this water drains in from the drifts and collects in the main shaft, where the pumps are kept going night and day to keep the shaft clear. The water Is not so highly mineralized as to render it unfit for general usage, and it will be utilized in the boilers at the Lucky and sold to the placer claims. The Alabama Gold and Copper Com pany will soon begin some important development work on their property. T Joe Sobey, who has been superin tendent for the Standard Company for several months past, is now connected with the Shamrock in the same capacity. The Midnight Is now making some good showings In high grade copper sulphites. The Standard, at Water Canon, is showing better results each day. Several carloads of ore from the By- i .hance are being sampled at the smel ter this week. For twenty-five cents you can now insure yourself and family against any bad results from an attack of colic or diarrhoea during the summer months. That is the price of a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, a medicine that has never been known to fall. Buy It now, it may save life, for sale by all druggists. SPECIAL AGENTS BUSY IN OTERO COUNTY Alamogordo, X. M., Aug. 13. The government special agents have ar rived in this city and are busily en gaged in examining the records of homestead entries, and incidentally any other records that may be useful. w. M. Upton is conducting the Inves tigation, with the assistance of an agent of the general land office. They refuse to give out any information of the object of their Investigation, but It is pretty well understood they are looking into the manner in which the Alamogordo Lumber Company acquir ed (he right to cut the timber from the Sacramento Mountains. It seems that this land had been taken up by homesteaders, and very soon there ai'ler found its way Into the mills of this company, and while there has In the past been much conjecture as to the legality of such movements, it has been claimed all the time by this com pany that the purchase of the lumber has been legitimate in every way. Its attorneys feel that any investigation will be welcomed by them in order to close the mouths of the gossips, and it is felt at this time that the investi gation is being made particularly with reference to this company. I m 1 lyirorlv BamaRosa & F.tncla II f, ItoewellR Eg " V It " - mmi aijci I Life Insurance. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is sold under a positive guarantee to cure constipation, sick headache, stomach trouble, or anyform of indigestion. If it fails, the manufacturers refund your money. What more can any one do? For sale by the Ireland Pharmacy. DIPPING SHEEP IN BERNALILLO COUNTY Albuquerque, X. M., Aug. 13. The work of dipping approximately 50,000 head of sheep will begin this week at the large vats erected at the stock yards south of this city by the sheep commission firm of Charles Chadwick and Company. The capacity of the dipping vats are between 8,000 and 10,000 head of the fleecy animals per day. The dipping plant is a simple af fair. It is merely a long bath, 100 feet long, which Is filled with a solu tion of lime and sulphur. The sheep are driven Into this bath and, as it requires them about two minutes to swim Its length, the disease Is eradi cated when they reach the other end STUDY THE MAP- The natural point on the new A., T. & S. F. Cut-off foT the distrlbu tlon of freight, having the advantage of the easy grades and short rmU to the East and West, and direct com munlcation with nil points Id the Territory. Wholesale houses are coming to W illard as soon as the Cut-off U opeu. Surrounded by a fine fanning coun try. The purest water in Xew 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 Now Mexl Willard is a growing town. Willi ard will make r City. Study the Mar Your opportunity is there. Far Information, call on or addrei FRANK L. WALRATH, REAL, ESTATE, WILLARD, N. M. jewsv W VV VVV V V I Santa Fe Livery Stable I THEODORE CORRICK Proprietor. Piles get quick ana certain relief from Dr. Shoou's Magic Olnt ment. Please note it is made alone for Piles, and its action Is positive and certain. Itching, painful, protrud ing or blind piles disappl ar like magic by its use. Large nlc i sapped glass jars, 50 cents. Sold Lv the Fischer Drug Company. SHORT ORDER MEALS. The best short order meals are now being served at the Bon Ton Restau rant. The best cooks and waiters are employed at this place. Call at our store, please, for a free sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health Cof fee." If real coffee disturbs your Stomach, your Heart, or Kidneys, then try this Clever Coffee Imitation. While Dr. Shoop has very closely matched Old Java and Mocha Coffee In flavor and taste, yet he has r.ot even a single grain of real Coffee in it. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imita tion is made from pure toasted grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. You will surely like Health Coffee. Sold by the Cartwright-Davis Company. A well decoiated window makes good showing to people taking in tbi sights, but advertising your wares iu the New Mexican make a better showing and attracts more attention a 1 UVERY.60ARDING AND FEED STABLE FIR8T-CLA88 CARRIAGE 8EBVICB GOOD SADDLE HOR8E8 5 2 FINE R108 jt PHONE I32. I20 SAN FRANCISCO ST. ADOLPH SELIGMAN Special Summer Sale of LADIES PUSLIU UpERVEAR White Goods, Laces and Embroideries. ADOLPH SELIGMAN Evory Woman is mtereiiiea ana moma mow about the wonderful MARVEL WhirlingSpray 'MM nevr vacinm pjrriacc Best jHowconven- lenr. It cleanse! instantly. Ask Tour dmorctatforit. If ue cannot supply the MdlVKI,. ai'rcnt nc othftr. hnt wml ataniD for lUustrated hook-sealed. It RlYei fall nArtlplilura &n(l directions ln- mlimhla tn InrilM. MAItYtX CO. UutSd Street, NEW YVBK. S X X X V X X X X $10 SINGERS SIO Yob Sal. 'A PBICE SIO Call Early At N X X S X x : TWO SINGER SEWING MACHINES (Second Hand) SB TI piegelberg- E57 Ian FraneloM Street Iniq ancs mexic&n Wares am Curios Biankatt, Baskets, Rag, Wax,. Feather and Linen Drawn Work, Opals, Turquoise, Garnets and Other Gems. OUR MOTTO: .To Have the Best of Everything In Our Lin. IT'S COLD HERE. Our beer sales have almost doubled since installing a modeern sanitary system. You' can always find a little cold bottle here of either Blue Rib bon, Schlitz or Lemps. Phone 94. The Club. What a New Jersey Editor Says. M. T. Lynch editor of the Phillips burg, N. J., Daily Post writes: "I have used many kinds of medicines for coughs and colds In my family but never anything so good as Foley's Hon ey and Tar. I cannot say too much in praise of It." For ale by The Ireland Pharmacy. The Xew Mexican Printing Com pany is prepared to do the best of brief work In short order and at very reasonable rates. Lawyers, who de sire to have their briefs printed rap idly and correctly and to present them to the Supreme Court on time should call on the New Mexican Print ing Company. HOT SPRINGS WATER. We make a specialty of 'handling during the ihot summef months the celebrated Potash Sulphur Water from Hot Springs, Arkansas. A well known specific for stomach, and kid ney trouble. Phone 94, The Club. The New Mexican Printing Company ciaims to do the beali of better grades of printing and binding caters particularly to people who want something a little out of the ordinary or a little) better than the average does not claim to be the cheapest in ttari Territory, but does claim that its work is always worth the price asked for it, and this price is based on accurate knowledge of thd cost of material and skilled labor; communicate with the Com pany in regard to the next lot of printing. Address The New printing and binding in the Territory says it makes a specialty