SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1907.
SATA FE JSEW MEXICAN. SANTA JPE. X.U.
Ftitttte Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico,
a j Located on Belen Cut-off of Santa Fe R' y.
Belen is 31 miles south of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junc
tion of the Main Line of the Santa Fe System leading
East and West from Chicago, Kansas City, Galveston and
points East to San Francisco, Lob Aingeies, El Paso and
1,000 business and residence lots, ako 25xHS feet, laid
out with broad 80- and 70-foot streets, with alleys 20 feet
wide, with beautiful lake and public park and grand old
shade trees; public school house, costing $16,000; churches;
large mercantile establishments; the Belen Patent Roller
Mill, capacity 150 barrels daily; large winery; three hotels,
Commercial Club; a population of 1,500 people; several
restaurants, etc. Belen is the largest shipping point for
wood, flour, wheat, wine, beans and hay in Central New
Mexico. Its importance as a great commercial railroad
city in the near future cannot be estimated.
Belen Town and
are owners of the
JOHN' BECKER, President.
WM. M. BERGER, Secretary.
ALL FAM LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND
FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE WILL GO
OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN,
EAST AND WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH.
The lots offered are in the center of the city, well graded
(many of them improved by cultivation); no sand or
gravel. We need a first-class bakery, tailor shop, shoe
house, jeweler, plumbing shop, planing mill, coal and wood
yard, drug store, harness shop, etc. etc.; also a first-class
Our prices of lots are low and terms on easy payments;
title perfect; warranty deeds. One-third purchase mcney,
cash. Two-thirds may remain on note, with mortgage as
security, for one year, with 8 per cent interest thereon.
Apply at once for rasp and prices if you wish to seure
the choicest lota.
The Belen Town and Improvement Company
Great suffering is the lot of all women, who neglect the health of their wo
manly organs. No reason to do so, any more than to neglect a sore throat,
colic, or any other disease, that the right kind of medicine will cure. Take
Wine of Cardmi
for all your womanly ills. It can never do harm, and is certain to do good.
Mrs. Sallie H. Blair, of Johnson City, Tenn., writes: "I had suffered from womanly troubles for six
teen months, and had four doctors, but they could not help me, until I began to take Wine of Cardul.
Now I think 1 am about well." At all reliable druggists, in $1.00 bottles. Try it.
llfDITC 1!C k I CTTCIl Write toJay for fre copy of valuable M-paee Illustrated Book for Women. If you need Medical
flKI I r IJ 1 ft I I I I rK Advice, describe your symptoms, stating age. and reply will be sent In plain sealed mvelope.
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! MORE RESIDENCES
Lacl of Desirable Houses Retards Pro
gress of Thrifty Railroad Divi
i sion Point.
Ctrrizozo, N. M,, Oct. 2G. Carrizozo
neejs a capitalist who will erect resi
dence houses for the many wanting
to rent in this place. The town is he
ing handicapped for want of desirable
homes. All that are now being con
stricted are engaged far ahead.
Tie Capitan school resumed last
Moiday after having been closed on
.account of a scarlet fever scare. The
ca$s are all reported as recovered
and there is no danger of an epidemic.
4 United States army recruiting sta
tion has been opened here, the head
qmrters are in the First National
balk building and the recruiting offi
ce! in charge of E. Babcock.
"he new Baptist church is now com
pleted. The present structure is only
a temporary building, which will serve
fo the next year or two. The Rev.
Rj H. Pope has been the minister in
chxrge up to this time, but arrange
ments will soon be made for a settled
,E. R. Keeley and son, Edward, are
ejecting a feed store and transfer
btrn and will soon be ready for busi
ress. T. H. Lindsay of Chicago, and W. B.
liigby of Dalhart, Texas, are in the
qty. These men are associated with
A. Mclvers in the Calumet 'mine
id will be here some time. The com
pany has a very promising copper
YRev. John A. Land and Rev. Joseph
land, father and son, respectively,
preached in this city last Sunday. The
Ministers are from Mountainair, Tor
juice county, where they have settled
J. W. Long has been appointed Uni
ted States court commissioner at that
I W. N. Kennedy, living three miles
(outh of town has on exhibition at the
fiarrizozo Townsite Company's office
feamples of the products of his farm
tall of which were grown without ir
rigation. Among the exhibits is a
pumpkin weighing 60 pounds and some
(of the fineiit fedian corn and sorghum
' bane, pvr seen anywhere.
Former Santa Fean Now District At
torney at Las Cruces, Success
Las Cruces, N. M., Oct. 2G. Mark
Thompson, district attorney for the
Third judicial district, has gone to
Chicago on legal business. Mr.
Thompson has won the admiration
of the bar and the public for his ex
ceptional ability as a public prosecu
tor. The criminal cases have all been
disposed of for Dona Ana county and
only a few minor civil cases remain
before the adjournment of court.
Many of the civil cases which should
have been tried at this term were al
lowed to go over for lack of funds, it
being supposed that the criminal dock
et would exhaust the court funds. The
criminal docket has been so light,
however, that had the bar been ready,
many of the cases might have been
disposed of at this session.
Captain S. F. Woodhull, vice presi
dent of the First National Bank of
this city, has purchased the Park
hotel and has leased the building to
Mrs. Grace Thompson, who will con
duct an up-to-date hotel.
Las Cruces, Mesilla and surround
ing country were visited by a severe
hailstorm last night. The hail was in
some cases as large as a small hen's
egg. The hail was accompanied by
a good rain.
James McKenzie, a noted newspaper
correspondent and explorer, who has
been in Las Cruces some months for
his health, having contracted shaggars
fever in South America, while acting
as a correspondent for the New York
Herald, is lying critically ill at
this place. Of four companions who
contracted the fever with Mr. McKen
zie, he is the only survivor.
Gray Dunlap has resigned his posi
tion at the Santa Fe railway office
and has accepted a position with the
Burton Lumber and Hardware com
pany of this place.
The marriage of Rev. George W.
Dunlap, pastor of the Presbyterian
church here, and Mrs. Katherlne
Moore, has been announced to take
place in November.
I How to Cure a Cold.
i The question of how to cure a cold
without unnecessary loss of time is
one In which we are all more "or less
interested, for the quicker a cold is
gotten rid of the less the danger of
pneumonia and other serious diseases.
Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va.,
has used Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy for years andr;says: "1 firmly be
lieve Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
be absolutely the best preparation on
the market for colds. I have recom
mended It to my friends and they all
agree with me." For sale by all drug-
If reai coffee disturbs your Stom
ach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try
this clever coffee Imitation Dr.
ShooD's Health Coffee. Dr. Shoop has
closely matched old Java and Mocha
Coffee in flavor and taste, yet it nas
not a single grain of real Coffee in it.
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Imitation
is made from pure toasted grains or
cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made In
one minute. No tedious long wait. You
will surely like it. Get a free sample
at your store. Sold by Cartwright
W. C. Purple Weds Mrs. Leona G.
Andrews Other Sierra County
Hillsboro, N. M., Oct. 20. W. C.
Purple, who was at one time deputy
county recorder of Sierra county, and
also interested in the Keystone mine,
was married on October 6th. The
bride's name was Mrs. Leona G. An
drews of Bradford. The ceremony
took place at James'town. They will
reside at Bradford.
Mrs. Sofia Thompson, mother of
W. O. Thompson of this place and of
M. O. Thompson of Chloride, died at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. James
Daylish, at Duran, October 10th. The
nge of Mrs. Thompson at the time of
her death was 90 years and 3 months.
Mrs. Thompson was the first white
woman to settle at Chloride, having ar
rived at that place in 1881, with her
J. M. Webster is in San Diego, Cali
fornia, where he has gone to accom
pany his wife and son home. They
will return next week.
This place has been visited by a
notable company of ministers who
have been looking up their ecclesias
tical fences. The Rev. John Mordy,
representing the Presbyterian church
from Albuquerque, Rev. Thomas Har
wood, of the M. E. church of the same
city and the Rev. W. M. Moberly, of
Silver City, were among those who
The county commissioners have
been making appropriations to cover
most needed public Improvements.
The contract has been let for the re
pairing of the court house and im
provements to be made on the Kings
ton and Hillsboro public roads to
Palomas and Hot Springs. A new road
has been ordered made across the Cu
chillo mountains, and a fund has been
raised by the citizens of precincts five
and six to be used in the construction
of the new road, the total amount
needed being five hundred dollars.
W. M. Robins has purchased the
general merchandise stock belonging
to the Empire Gold Mining and Mill
ing company. '
The New Mexican Printing Com-
ipany will do your job work with
neatness id dispatch.
When in need of anything In the
printing line, such as wedding cards,
Invitations, briefs, call on the New
Mexican Printing Company, where
all work Is guaranteed.
If you take De Witt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills you will get prompt re
lief from backache, weak kidneys, in
flammation of the bladder and urinary
troubles. A week's treatment for 25
cents. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy.
Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured.
"In November, 1901, I caught cold
and had the quinsy. My throat was
swollen so I could hardly breathe. 1
applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
it gave me relief In a short time. In
two days I was all right," says Mrs.
L. Cousins, Otterburn, Michigan.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is a lini
ment and is especially valuable for
sprains and swellings. For sale by
The Weekly New Mexican Review
is published by the New Mexican
Printing Company every Thursday. It
contains the most reliable and lates'
territorial mining, educational, stock
raising, railroad social and political
news of the week from all points of
the Territory. It is an excellent paper
to send to friends in the east. Price
flvo cents per copy.
TO RENT. Furnished .rooms. In
quire at 102 Chapelle Street.
FOR RENT. Two furnished rooms
with modern conveniences. Apply this
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Single
and for light housekeeping. 317 San
Francisco St. F. Andrews.
FOR RENT. Three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping to adults
only. Apply New Mexican.
WANTED Men to learn plumbing.
Denver Plumbing Trade School, 1509
Tremont, Denver, Colorado. Tuition,
FOR RENT On Palace Avenue.
Residence and grounds of Amado
Chaves, adobe building, commodious,
warm and comfortable. Handsome
grounds surrounding same. Can be
occupied November 1st. Apply at the
New Mexican office.
FOR SALE. Magnificent assort
ment of fruit trees, grapevines, roses
and ornamental stock. Let us figure on
your requirements in walnuts, either
in grafted or seedling trees. Luther
Burbank's latest creations. Largest
nuseries on the Pacific coast; 1200
acres. Capital paid in $200,000,000.
New illustrated catalogue and price
list mailed free, contains valuable in
formation. Address, Fancher Creek
Nurseries, Box 57, Fresno, California,
Geo. C. Roeding. Pres. and Mgr.
To check a cold quickly, get from
your drugist some little Candy Cold
Tablets called Preventics. Druggists
everywhere are now dispensing Pre
ventics, for they are not only safe,
but decidedly certain and prompt.
Preventics contain no quinine, no lax
ative, nothing harsh nor sickening.
Taken at the "Sneeze Stage'" Preven
tics will prevent Pneumonia, Bron
chitlcs, La Grippe, etc. hence the
name, Preventics. Good for feverish
children. 48 Preventics 25 cents.
Trial boxes 5 cents. Sold by all dealers.
THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY
THE FISH BRAND SLICKER
is the man who
has tried to get
the same service
out of some
and Sold Everywhere
mint THC ASKING
Wells Fargo & Company
General Express Forwarders
All Parts of the World.
Save Money and Inconvenience by Purchasing Wells Fatgs
DOMESTIC MONEY ORDERS, TRAVELERS'
MONEY ORDERS, FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS.
Payable Throughout the United States. Canada. Mexic
and all Foreign Countries
REMITTANCES SENT BY TELEGRAPH.
J..D. BARNES, Agent
Roswell Automobile Co.
Mail and Passenger Line between
Roswell, N. M.. and Torrance. N. M..
daily, Sunday included, connection ;
with all trains on the Rock Island and
Santa Fe Central Railways.
Leave Roswell at 1 p. m.
Leave Torrance on arrival of Rock
Agents for the Buick Automobiles,
Machines for all p
Two of the best known and bes
market AddresB all communication
Island train, due at 2 a. m.
Running time between the two
points five hours, meals furnished at
Camp Needinore, free of charge.
Excursion parties accommodated bj
notifying the company two days J
one of the best Known and Best
urposes on the market.
t machines for all purposes on th
s and Inquiries to the
Roswell Automobile Co
WHEN YOU FIND YOURSELF WRITING THE
SAME THING FREQUENTLY IN THE COURSE OF
YOUR BUSINESS, REMEMBER A RUBBER STAMP
WILL SAVE YOU A GREAT DEAL OF TIME. BUSY
PEOPLE ARE USING RUBBER STAMPS MORE
NOW THAN EVER BEFORE BECAUSE THEY
SAVE TIME, AND TIME IS MONEY THESE DAYS
One-jane Stamp, not over 2 inches long 15c
Each additional line on same stamp, 10c.
One-line Stamp, over 2 J and not over 3J inches long. .20c
Each additional line on same stamp, 15c.
One-line Stamp, over 3 and not over 5 inches long. . ,25c
Each additional line on same stamp, 20c.
One-line Stamp, over 5 inches long, per inch 35c
Each additional line, same price.
(Curved lines on Stamp count as two lines.)
Borders of all shapes, under 3 inches long way, 25c extra.
Larger sizes at proportionate prices.
Where type used is oyer one-half inch in size, we charge
for one line for each one-half inch or fraction
Local Dater any town and date for ten years. . . . . .$1.00
Ledger Dafer month, day and year in 1-inch 50
Regular line DateT . ... .35
Defiance Model Band Dater. 1.50
Fac-Simile Signatures, Rubber Stamp and Wood Cut. 1.50
Pearl Check Protector. ; 1.00
SELF-INKING STAMP PADS.
Ux2i, 10c; 2x3J, 156 ; 2x3i, 25c; 2xil 35c; 3ix6J,
50c; 4$x7i, 75c.
FOR TYPE SPECIMENS ADDRESS
JIIEW PEXICAJtf PRlfiTip CO.
SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO
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