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MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1907.
SANTA FB NEW MEXICAN SANTA FE. N.M. Tho New Mexican Printing Com pany has prepared civil and criminal dockets especially for the use of jus tices of the peace. They are especial ly ruled, with printed headings, In either Spanish or English, made of good record paper, strongly and dur ably bound with leather back and covers an dcanvas sides, have full Index in front and the fees of justices of the peace and constables printed in full on the first page. The pages are 10 1-2x6 inches. These books are made up in civil and criminal dock ets, separate of 32 pages each, or with botn civil and criminal bound in one book, 80 pages civil aud 320 pages criminal. To Introduce them they are offered at the following prices: Civil or criminal $2.75 Combined civil and criminal $4.00 For 45 cents additional for a single docket, or 55 cents additional for a combination docket, they will be sent by mail or prepaid express. Cash in full must accompany order. State plainly whether English or Spanish printed heading is wanted. MAKES WORK EASIER. Santa Fe People Are Pleased Learn How it is Done. to Herewith are some bargains offered by the New Mexican Printing Com pany: Code of Civil Procedure of the Territory of New Mexico, 1897, sheep bound, $1; paper bound, 75c; Missouri Pleading forms, $5; Missouri Code Pleadings, $0; the two for $10; Adapt ed to New Mexico Code, Laws of New Mexico, 1899, 1901 and 1903, English and Spanish pamphlet, $2.25; full lesser, $3; Sheriff's Flexible-Cover Pt:;et Docket, single, $1.25; two or more books, $1 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, $0.50; full list school blanks. SUMMER DRINKS. Having recently spent several hundred dollars putting In new work board and np to date system of draw ing beer, we make the claim of serv ing as good beer as can be had at the swellest bars in the east. Phone 94. The Club. The New Mexican Printing Com pany has on hand a large supply of writing tablets and scratch pads suit- It's pretty hard to attend to duties With a constantly aching back; With annoying urinary disorders. Doan's Kidney Pills make work easier. They cure backache. They cure every kidney 111. Lino Romero, living at Palace Ave., Santa Fe, N. M., says: "I know that Doan's Kidney Pills are all right and act just as represented. If I had not been confident of this fact no induce ment could have led me to give m: recommendation to this medicine as I did some five years ago. I then stated that this remedy which I pro cured at Ireland's drug store, has cured me of a dull aching In the small of my back which had bothered me off and on for a long time, and had 'by spells been the cause of my laying off from work. During the lapRe of years I have now and then noticed a slight return of the annoy ance, but never one that has with stood Doan's Kidney Pills. They go right to the seat of the trouble and remove it quickly and thoroughly. The good opinion I first formed of Doan's Kidney Pills still remains and always will." For sale by 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. IriVDCITC MTUDC IN PECOS VALLEY Unlimited Quantities of Valuable Building Mineral Being Develop ed at Enormous Profit. Butchers' shipping certificates, such as are required by law, printed In blank form by the New Mexican Printing Company. At this season we should eat spar ingly and properly. We should also help the stomach a much as possible by the use of a little Kodol occasional ly. Kodol for Indigestion and dyspep sia will rest the stomach by actually digesting the food itself. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. nany has the largest facilities and most modern machinery for 'doing all kinds of Printing and Binding in first- able for school children, lawyers, mer j class style. Manufacturers of Loose- chants and also for home use, which will be cleaned out at 10 cents a pound aud cheaper if ordered In larger quan tities. These tablets are made from the odds and ends of the best paper obtainable, and you are getting double leaf Ledgers. Pamphlets and Book work a specialty. Best Book Bindery In the Southwest DeWiU's Kidney and Bladder Pills are best for backache and weak kid- your money' w when buvlmj. neys. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. MEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO. THE MILITARY SCHOOL OF NEW MEXICO Established and Supported by the Territory. EIGHT MEN INSTRUCTORS, all graduates of Standard Eastern Colleges. New buildings, all furnishings and equipments, modern and complete; steam-heated, electric-lighted, baths .water-works, all con veniences. TUITION, BOARD and LAUNDRY, $250 per session. Session Is three terms of thirteen weeks each. ROSWELL is a noted health resort, 3,700 feet above sea level; well watered. Sunshine every day from September to June. REGENTS Nathan Jaffa, W. M. Reed, W. M. Atkinsorj, W. A. Fin lay and E. A. Cahoon. For particulars, address COL. J. W. WILSON, Supt. Special to the New Mexcan. Malaga, N. M., Aug. 19. The Pecos Valley of New Mexico Is destined to become more famous for its mineral wealth than it has for Us apples and al falfa. From Elida, on the north to Malaga on the south, the valley Is a vast bed of gypsite. S. Totsek. George Bixby and Cap tain W. C. Reid, of Roswell, have just purchased a gypsite mine near this place which is a veritable bed of pure plaster cement; the excavations so far have run 90 per cent pure. The bed Is not rock gypsite, but is pulverized, and all that needs to be done to con vert It into cement is to heat it In a furnace and then when it becomes cool it is a powder which, when water is added, becomes hard like rock, but is not brittle. A nail can be pounded through It without cracking the piece. This company also has a mine at this place of plaster of pails rock, which is also absolutely pure. Arrangements are being made now with the railroad for transportation rates and shipping will begin from Malaga immediately. The houses of the town of Malaga are being built of this material. There is an unlimited market for cement. At Lakewood, where a mine of gypsite is being worked by a com pany of Roswell and Lakewood citi zens, of which E. A. Cahoon, of the First National Bank of Roswell, Is the head, the company has been shipping for some months to San Francisco, and is not able to keep up with the orders. The Acme Cement' Company also has an extensive plant eighteen miles north of Roswell. It was this com pany which first called the attention of the valley to the commercial possi bilities of this product. At Elida, sixty-five miles north of Roswell, is another plant which is employing nearly a hundred men night and day. The cement rock and pure gypsite without salt in it, is a rare quantity. California has a limited number of mines and Texas also has a few mines, but there is more cement material in sight in the Pecos Valley than in any other region of the United States. I lis m Mi. k Mic Mil El. ? SCHEDULE PASSENGER In Effect September 1, 1907. No. 31 Moudny Wed. Friday. Auto (Jar Dally Ex. Sun. 7 Uti u, in t as 8, in 7 Ml a. in 8 to a.m. ' io a.m. 9 III a. m y M a. in. ' in . m. 11 :W a m. li 2U p. m. 7 00 a. in. 7 lj B. III. No. I Daily 4 00 p. m. 4 23 p. in. 4 43 p m 6 00 p. in. 5 10 p. Dl, ! W p. m. 5 55 p. m. 6 b p. m. 6 30 p. m. Miles from Kuton STATIONS 0 7 III 20 t( 33 41 47 60 Leaves . Lv ::: KATO.N, N. M . .. .CLIFTON HOUSE j PRESTON ..KOEHr.KK. JUNCTION'.... KOKHLKR No. Si Daily A ii to Car Dally Kx. Hun. No Monday Wednesday. Friday . Arrives i Ar lv - Ar CEKKOSOSO CIMARRON ... . UTE PARK . 12 Id p. m.l 11 57a. in.' H 40a. in.' 1 on a. in. I It 10 a. in H W p. m. 6 OS m .1 V p. in. S 20 p, m. s io p. m. VEK.MKJO JLv. p0 2!lu. m.l 4 05p. in! ar, Lv. ( Ar Lv. No. 21 Tuesday Thursday Saturday II OOa. m.i. 11 40a. in. 12 2i p in , . 12 40 p. m.l. 1 Ifp. in 1 POp. m.j. 2 00 p. m. . 2 20 p. m. . 10 15 a. in. 53 a m.j 8 35 a. m.: Miles from Des Moines 0 II 22 25 31 2 42 4y v " . 3 4.1p.m. 3 15 0, m. 3 55 p. in. I 2 40p. in. 5 10 p. ml 1 40 p. ni. STATIONS Leave. Arrive ) . Lea-e. 5 . Arrive... DKS MOJNEs. N. M CAPUUN VEUAS VIGIL THOMPSON CUNNINGHAM HEW:,f "JUSE JUNCTION.. ..CUHTON HOUSE JUNCTION RATON, N. M . ..Arrive '.'.'."i'Ui ... Ur eave rive , Leaves S Mae for Van Houte N M., meets truiiis at PreHtoii',' A.M. ' M u.iuei-is witn aiatfe to and trom Taos and Elizalietlitown, V M No. 20 Tue, day Thuriday Saturday 10 01 a. m. 25 a. m. H45 a. m. H30 a . m. H05 a m. 7 30 a m 7 20 a m 7 uo a . in . atfi:i0p. in. at 10:05 a. it . Ry.I v!:rMH5oeNi0MWitb T' R Uy" at RiUrm 1'r"t'""- C. A S. Ity. at Do, Moinos. and E. V. & S. V. Cmiti', I'onil Park. Ravadoand Red Lakes. Cimarron. N. M L'te Park. N. M. is) depot for following station In X. M l.i .l.i..r.fr f,,- f..M i - . .. " ia uryui, illl IwllUWIIlLf M T 1 f 1 It Q h V M . A ii.i.i. l.i t i r.. . town, Lobo. Mesu, Ranches do Tao,. Red River a. Talua. Taos VZi tviiZ ' ' ' " L. J. DLDMAN, .1. VAV iiiii'ti:v ,,. . Superintendent. v ." . Vrn ... i r a, J ' l"'K'IA IUTOV V ltf vilh I res. anil (.en. Mgr. tien. Passenger Agt. KA1UA. A. M. RATON, N. M. RATON, N M PANHANDLE SHORTLINE RAILROAD TO BE BUILT Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowels and clears the whole sy m of coughs and colds. It promptly relieves inflammation of the throat and allays Irritation. Sold by the Ireland Pharmacy. ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM HAS PROSPEROUS YEAR an 0J0 CALIEJUTC IjOT SPRINGS. These Celebrated Hot Springs are located in the midst of the Ancient Cliff Dwellings, 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 Railroad, from 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 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 the richest alkaline Hot Springs in ticulars, address. ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor. OJo Callente. Taos County, N .M DIAMONDS H. O. VONTZ WATCHES RIGHT PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT SERVICE 2as.iAfact-u.xx of MEXICAN FILIGREE JEWELRY CUT GLASS, CHINA AND SILVERWARE 246 San Francisco St. Santa Fe, N. M. OUR PLAC OTTO RETSCH, Proprietor. PABST'S BLUE EIBBONTAe Beer of Quality. ANY QUANTITY-FROM A PINT UP. fine Wines, Liquors and cigars. WEST SIDE OP PLAZA i i t SANTA FE, N During the last fiscal year the Rock Island lines made a wonderful record. Their gross earnings increased $17, 000,000. This in spite of the fact that the lines were operated under disad vantageous circumstances during a large portion of the year. They had to pay considerably higher rates of wages than formerly, and the cost of all materials used in operation was considerably greater than in previous years. Notwithstanding all these drawbacks net earnings increased by $6,200,000. Earnings of these lines were great enough to pay 19 per cent on the pr ferred stock, but as that is entitled to only 4 per cent before the common comes in for a share that amount might have been paid and there would then have been left for the common stock 9.3 per cent. In addition to this, it should be stated that the Rock Island in the last fiscal year expended $5,200,000 more in the maintaining and improving of its lines than in the previous fiscal year which was one of unusually heavy expenditures. The fact is the Rock Islafld has been carrying out a program of ex tensive improvements to meet the ex penses of which dividends on the pre ferred stock were suspended sometime ago, and all the surplus money was turned back into the property. This policy is bearing fruit even in greater abundance than was expected when it was adopted. This policy is contributing liberally to the rapid development of the ter ritory through which the Rock Island Caliente at 4 p. m., the same day.;imes run. That development has Fare for round trip from Santa Fe to jeen going on perhaps at a more rapid rate than in any other section of the country. It now is freely admitted that the section Is capable of still further de velopment. The section possesses ca pabilities and resources most easy of development, and these assure the prosperity of the lines In the time to come. ' The new fiscal year has opened most auspiciously for the road. It sees before it a year of great traffic possibilities which can be taken ad vantage of without many of the ob stacles that had to be overcome last year at great expense. The opening month of the new fiscal year showed a large increase In earnings over the corresponding month last year, and the current month so far has main tained this advance fully. I the world. The efficiency of these wat ers has been thoroughly tested by the miraculous cures attested to in the following diseases: Paralysis, Rheu matism, Neuralgia, Malaria, Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and Mercurial Affections, Scrofula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all Female Complaints, etc. etc. Board, lodging and 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 Caliente can leave Santa Fe at 9 a. m., and reach Ojo Ojo,Caliente, $7.40. For further par- Eyes Tested and Fitted by Up-to-3ate Methods Eczema. For the good of those suffering with , eczema or other such trouble, I wish i to say, my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctor's rem J edles for some time concluded to try Chamberlain's Salve, and It proved to be better than anything she had tried. For sale by all druggists. i 6ubiorfb tor tie Dally Net Meii (can and set the Mw. Speclal Io the Xew Mexican. Roswell, X. M Aug. 19. George M. Slaughter, president of the American X'llHminl Hull. r,f fliln ,.! .i today from Hereford. Texas, where he I was called for a consultation with the j 5 promoters of the Panhandle Shortline Railroad. The new line is now grad ed as far as Dimmitt, Texas, a dis tance of about thirty miles. J. H. Ransom is the promoter of this railway and .1. L. Fuqua, president of the Hereford Bank, Is the president of the board of directors. Arrangements were made at the meeting attended by Mr. Slaughter to finance the road. The right-of-way to Lubbock, a dis tance of 210 miles, has been secured. The estimated cost of grading the road is $1,000 per mile and enough of the bonus guaranteed by the banks has been secured to grade the road the entire way. Arrangements were also made at this meeting to bond the pro posed railway. The Texas laws allow the promoting company to bond a road after the first twenty miles are graded. This railway will open up one of the richest sections of the Pan handle plains country. Mr. Slaughter's ranch property will be entered by this road and he has himself given a bonus of $50,000. A meeting of the board of directors of the Roosevelt County Telephone Company was held here Saturday. The officers present were C. E. Lukens, ttv.ite.lr1.,. . C" T r 1 .-. t u i. iJicniuciH, o. u. wgie, vice j)i esiueui; C. E. Harris, general manager; W. E. Lindsey, Ed Massie, H. Fitzgerald and W. F. Bayless, directors. The com pany is doing a large amount of new construction work. At this meeting it was decided to build an exchange of fice at Melrose. The company owns its own' buildings at all of its ex changes. H. Fitzgerald left for Mesilla Park yesterday to investigate the Agricul tural College at that place. A number of Roswell ctizens will send students to that college this year. It is generally conceded that the proposed issue of bonds for the water works system will be voted down, many of the citizens being opposed to municipal ownership at this time on account of the necessary increase in the tax rate and also because of the present satisfactory water works sys tem In vogue through artesian wells. Santa Fe Livery Stable THEODORE COR1UCK Proprietor. MM M LIVERY. B0ARDIN6 AND FEED STABLE FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE 8BRVTCE GOOD SADDLE HOR8E8 FINE R1G8 j I PHONE 132. 120 SAIN FRANCISCO ST. ADOLPH SELIGMAN Special Summer Sale of LADIES PUSLIj UpERVEAR White Goods, Laces and Embroideries. ADOLPH SELIGMAN FLAT : OPENING : BLANK : BOOK 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 fail. Buy it now, It may save life, for sale by all druggists. (FRAY ATENT) NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO., SOLE MAKERS FOR NEW MEXICO. 257 San Fran cisco Street. HOT SPRINGS WATER. We make a specialty of handling during the toot summer months the celebrated Potash Sulphur Water from Hot Springs, Arkansas. A well known specific for stomach, and kid ney trouble. Phone 94. The Club. ! Indian ana mexlcan Wares aim ' Curios Blankets, Baskets, Rag, Wax, Feather and Linen Drawn Work, Opals, Turquois, Garnets and Other Gems. OUR MOTTO: To Have the Best of Everything in Our Line. The New Mexican Printing Com pany Is prepared to do the best of brief work in short order and at very reasonable rates. Lawyers, who de side to have their briefs printed rap- IT'S COLD HERE. Our beer sales have almost doubled since installing a modeern sanitary idly and correctly and to present them system. You can always find a little to the Supreme Court now in session cold bottle here of either Blue Rib here on time, should call on the Ne. j bon, Schlitz or Lemps. Phone 94. Mexican Printing Company. j The Club. The New Mexican Printing Com pany is prepared to furnish cards de visite for ladies and for gentlemen on short notice in first class style at reas onable prices, either engraved or printed. Call on the New Mexican Printing Company. Cures Biliousness, Sick Headache, Sour Stom ach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. an t tell Laxative Frost Syrup IRELAND'S PHARMACY. Cleanses ths tyctea thoroughly and clours sallow complexions of pimples and blotchta.