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SAAtfA FE MEXICAN, SAOTA FE. K.M. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1907. , f j 11 ms B H w it I JJ li('f 1.7.. : Vl3iVj ... .V.Vfc' Santa Fe Central Hail way Company Effective Sunday, August 11, 1907, South Bound North Bouud No 1 Ml Sutlont. iltl No 2 1 4U p 0 I i ut a 336p 4 flp ii 4 2 t 41 ft 49 p 6 19 y 81 7 60 p ne , ' Kennedy.... " " , StnnloT ... " " .....Alorlnrty... " " Niolntoih,.. " " Kittiuola.... " " WUlard.... " 7,000 8,050 8.S70 8,110 6 28 4 -y 3 M 3 00 1 H5 2 is 12 41 11 15 .i'.r.'-. Freight, Passenger and Steamship business. Pullman berths secured by wire. Connections: At Santa Fe, with Denver & Fclo Grande Railroad, and Atchlsofi, Topeka & Santa Fe Rail way. At Kennedy, with Atchison, To peka & Santa Fe Railway. At Tor rance with Kl Paso & Southwestern fcystem. . 1 GRIM3IIAW. General Freight and Panenger Agert iJ i Mr II I Paeilic Mil 'ASSENGER asks WW a SCHEDULE In Effect September 1, 1907. No. 31 Monday We.i Fridny. 7 00 a. ra 7 i!) a. m. lEOnm 20 a. in II) a ra, 9 Hi a. m 9 S3 a. ra. in iO a, m. II 30 a ra. 20 p. m . A ii to Car Dully Fx. Sun. 7 00 a. in H 7 45 u. m Dully 4 00 4 23 1 43 5 00 .1 10 ,5 W .1 51 6 1 ii ;o p. ro. p. m. p m p. m. p. m p. m p :n p Dl p. in Miles from Raton 0 7 l:i 20 23 33 41 47 60 STATIONS Leave KATON, N. M Arrive CLIFTON HOUSK B PRESTON , ...KOEHUfR, JUNCTION hUliHLfcK VERMEJO rKHRfisosn ft ( CIMARRON j LJ Ar'.'.'.'.'.. :UTE PARK iv El- No. 2 Dally 13 15 p. m, 11 !7a. ra. 1 40a. m. I 00 a. ra II 10a. m. 0 25 a m. 10 IS a. m 9 53 a. in 9 35 n . ra Auto Car Dally Ex. 8uu. Ii 55 p. ra. !5 10 u in No3( Monday Wednesday , Friday i) 35 p. ra. 6 05 p. m 5 4'i p. m 5 20p. ra. 5 10 p. m. 4 05 p. m 4 06 p. m. 3 45 p. m 3 15 o, m 2 40 p. ra 1 40 p. in No. 21 Tuesday rimrsdny Saturduy 11 CO a. m. a 40 a. ra 12 IS p. m. 12 Ift p. in. 1 1'. p. in. 1 Ml p. in. 2 i p. in 2 2i p. in. Milos from Des Moines n It i-i 25 31 42 42 49 STATIONS Leave.. Arrive ) ...DKSM iINES.N. M Arrive .... CAPULIN VEGAS VIGIL THOMPSON CUNNINGHAM .CLIFTON HOUSE JUNCTION ( Leave ) .. Lpb e. S CLIFTON' HnUSK JUNCTION ( Arrive Arrive RATON, N. M Leaves No. 20 Tuesday Thunday Saturday 1000 a. m. 9 25 a. in. 8 45 a. m. 8 30 a. ra. 8 05 a. m. 7 30 a. m 7 20 a. in. 7 00 a. m. t Cuunecu witli 11 Paso & Southwostf ru Ky. train 124, arrivlne in Dawson, N. M at 6:10 p. m. I (Vnnocta with Kl Paso A Southwestern Iy. train 125, letivlnff Dawson, N. M. at 10:05 a. n: . s; Ntftue for Van houten, N Mmec-t trains at Preston, N, M. ; Couiiecta with Stage to and from Taos and Ellzabothtown, N, ii. Track connection with A. T. & S. F Ey., at Haton and Preston, with C. & S. Ky. at Des Moines, and E. P. & S. W ty . at Yoi'incjo. X. II, Clmarrcii, N. M . Is depnt fur following station In N. M.i Coato, Ponil Park, Rayi do and Red Lake9, Utc Park, N. M., is depot for following stations In N. M.: Arro)o Seeo, Aurora. Baldj, Rlaok Lakes, Cerro, Elizabeth own, I.olio, (.Jiiesta. Raiichos de Taos, l!ed River Cliy, Talpa, Taos, Twining and Valdez. J. DEI) MAN, J. VAN HOUTEN, W. A. GORMAN, Superintendent. Vice Pres. and (ie'n. Mgr. Gen. Passoiijfer Agt, RATON, N. M. RATON, N. M. RATON, N. M COIVIINC BACK ? BEFORE STARTING PURCHASE ROUND TRIP TICKET BETWEEN SANTA FE STATIONS FOR LOCAL TRIPS AND SAVE TEN CENTS ON THE DOLLAR If you contemplate a trip this Fall East, West, North or South, let us name VOU Rates. Vr Particulars call on or Address j W m 1 G. H. DONART, AGT. as FLAT : OPENING : BLANK :B00Kj f ' .if ,. ,1f f ., mm. HOTEL ARRIVALS (FRAY PATENT.) NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO., SOLE MAKERS FOR NEW MEXICO. The New Mexican nintlng Com pany Is prepared to furnish cards de vlslte for ladles and for gentlemen on short notice In first class style at reas onable prices, either engraved or printed. Call ou the New Mexican Printing Company. The New ""Mexican Prlntfng Com pauy la prepared to furnish ciuda de vlslte for ladles or reutlcmtV on short notice, In first ckss atyl at reasonable Dilcea, either engrave V or printed, Cell on the New Mexlmn Printing Company. The New Mexican Prlutlng Com pany has the best bookblndery In the southwest and the only .modern bind ery In New Mexico, tl turns out su perior bank-books, cash-books,Journals and ledgers, and also loose-leaf ledgers The work done by It Is first-class nnd at very low rates. Bankers and j merchants In New Mexico should not I send their book binding out of the ter ritory, but should patronize this very deserving home manufacturing Insti tution. Palace. E. W. Kramer, Washington. D. C; Judge Loblnger, Manila, Philippine s lands; Clara D. True, Espanola; W. E. Smith, La Veta, Colorado; C. L. Ar nell, Alamosa, Colorado; Rev. John Nagoszwlk, Chicago; V. H. Dearstyne, Denver; G. H. Van Stone, Estancia; J. P. Carroll, St. Louis; B. G. Curtis, Chi cago. Claire. J. H. Saul, Rochester, New York; M. T. Root, Denver; J. A. McDougal, Buckman; C. A. Begelom and wife, Somea, Michigan; Henry Esslnger, St. Joseph, Missouri; W. M. Hayward, Al buquerque; C. L. Pollard.Espanola; F. W. Foerster, Kansas City; E. H. In graham, Wichita, Kansas. Normandle. Nasario Armijo, Durango, Colorado; Benigno Martinez, Park View; Fran cisco Trujillo, Las Vegas; Preclllano, Romero, Antonito, Colorado; Francis co L. Olivas, Gallup; Charles Vivian, Henry Patterson, Globe, Arizona; W. J. McBrlde, Gordon Stevens, Las Ant mas, Colorado; M. A. Smith, Stanley; J. F. Reeves, Guthrie, Oklahoma; J. P. Martin,- Yankee; Otto Goetz, Otto; ! Charles Johnson, Alamosa; James Mc i Donald and wife, Gallup; Patrick iFlynn, Lamy; Samuel Manley, Frank iW. Davis. Coma. Oklahoma; A. A. I Guerrero, Albuquerque; Charles Mc-i .Kenzle, Alamosa; F. G. Burnett, Ala mosa, Colorado; Thomas Wheelon, Es tancia; Epimenlo Romero, Jose Anto nio Romero, Namb;; Antonio Marti jnez. Albuquerque; O. F. Perry, Las Vesas. , Coronado. W. Ortiz, Corona; W. L. Clark, Pu eblo, Colorado; Esplridlon Martinez, Gonzab Valdez, Tierra Amaruia; Aga plto Martinez, Oneclmo MartinezJLew Is Martinez, Albuquerque; Manuel Martinez, Gallup; Cledonlo Gonzales, Lake Fork Kansas, E. F. Walker,Lake Kork, Colorado; Charles Cocby, Sallda Coioi'ado; Felipe Ortega, Durango, Colorado; John Nagoszwkl, Chicago; Pablo Valdez, Las Vegas. Adverting pays. Try It And sea. Take something now and then to help the stomach. Kodol will do this. It Is a combination of natural dlges tants and vegetable acids and con tains the same Juices found In a heal thy stomach. It is pleasant to take. It digests what you eat. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy, The New Mexican's Daily Short Story I Jogging Bis Memory j Original. Mr. and Mrs. Jastrum were seated at the breakfast table, Mr. Jastrum scan ning the morning paper, especially the copper market, In which he was much Interested. "My dear," said Mrs. Jastrum, "I do wish that I could rely on you to attend to such household matters as require your attention." "My dear," replied Mr. Jastrum sharply, lowering the paper, "if you will name any especial matter requir ing my attention Instead of blaming me beforehand I shall be happy to oblige you!" "Very well. I wish you to post a letter for me on your way downtowu.'' "Do you call that a household mat ter? I supposed you referred to a leak In the roof or some plumbing or gas re pairs. Indeed, you have made as much fuss about It as If you did. If It's only a letter you want posted I should sup pose you might have dispensed with your strictures." "That's all I wish this morning." re plied Mrs. Jastrum in an Injured tone. Just before Mr. Jastrum departed his wife slipped a letter In the right hand pocket of his overcoat. He kissed her perfunctorily and went away, Intend- lng when out of sight to carry the let ter In his hand that he might not for get It, but he had no sooner turned the coiner than be met Hlckson. Hickson asked him If he had noticed the fall In the price of copper. Jastrum said that he had. whereupon Hlckson said that It was sure to go lower. Jastrum hur ried away to his broker's office and gave him an order to sell out his hold ings Iii copper at once. Then he went to his own office and hung up his over coat, with the letter in It. At 0 in the evening Mr. Jastrum opened the front door of his house nnd was greeted with the smell of gas. "Phew! My dear Betsy, hello! Where are you?" "Up here, dear!" Mr. Jastrum went upstairs and found his wife Bitting in her bedroom In her fur cloak, wilh the windows open. "Good gracious!" he exclaimed, tak ing in the situation. "When did the leak occur?" "I noticed n faint smell of gas this morning as soon as I got up, but It was lu the cellar and not very strong In the house. I kept the cellar door shut, but by noon the house was full of it." : "And why, may I ask, didn't you tell me so, that I could have notified the plumber?" - ' . "When the leak in the water pipe occurred I asked you to stop at the plumber's and sena him right around. You forgot It, and the house was flood ed, spoiling both the dining room and parlor carpets, besides the cell lugs of lioth rooms." "And out of revenge, to show your" "Not at all. Finding I could not trust to your memory all the way to the gas office, I concluded to subject It to a much less strain. Both the post and gas offices are very near yours the postofflce across the street, the gas office on the same block. I wrote you a note asking you to go to the gas office and tell them to send a man here at once." "And mailed the letter this morn ing?" "Yes. There Is a mall box, as you know, Just around the corner. The postman takes up the mall at 9 a. m. My letter was dropped In the box not two minutes after you left the house this morning and should have been handed you on the 11 o'clock delivery. Didn't you get It?" "Get It? No. Doubtless you thought you put It In, but forgot It. You're always grumbling about my forgetting to post your letters, while you are the real delinquent. Nobody knows how many times you have claimed to have given me letters to post that you have Intended to post yourself and have for gotten." "Did you post the one 1 gave you this morning?" Jastrum looked dazed for a moment, then frightened. He thrust his hand In his overcoat pocket and drew forth the letter. "I met Hlckson Just after-1 left you," he stammered guiltily, "and he"-, "Look at the address."" He did as she asked and saw that the letter was addressed to himself. "Read It." He tore off the cover and read: , The pas la escaping In the celler. 8end a man at once. ; - Jastrum stood looking at tte letter long enough to have read two pages. "Isn't it plain?" asked his wife. , Without replying, be rushed dowu citalrs and out, slamming the door be hind him, Intending to get a man to do what he didn't know bow to do hlmself-turu off the gas. His next door neighbor came in with a monkey wrench and did the trick. Jastrum then went upstairs. His wife stood laughing at blra. - "My dear," he said, not In reproach, but giving the word Its real meaning, "it's 'a horse' on me. Walt with din ner a few minutes while I go out and telephone for seats at the theater. Aft er the play we'll sup at the Arlington with a bottle of your favorite beverage champagne." ; j "Certainly, dear. Don't hurry. There's plenty of time." , j That night Mr. and Mrs, Jastrum went to bed by lamplight. The next morning the gas leak was fjxed, and arrer rntn .ti p, jnsrmim rmrtre ineinorwu da of what he should do downtown. But unfortunately he usually forgot to consult bis memoranda. BERTHA D. HURLEY. Excursions p. .To Los Angeles and San Francisco, California and return. Regular six month ticket on sale dally year round, to Los Angeles and return, $5C90 to San Francisco, and return $6C90, 30 days west bound transit limit on the above tickets. Mevlen Citv. Max.. and Return. Regular nine months' ticket on sale 1 dally to City of Mexico and return, from Santa Fe $68.95 very low rates for side trips to different points in Old Mexico. Annual Meeting of the Geological So ciety of America, Albuquerque, N. M., December 30, 1907Janu ary First, 1908. For the above occasion the Santa Fe will sell tickets to Albuquerque and return for $5.45. On sale December 26, 27 and 28, final return limit thirty days from date of sale. Side Trip to the Grand Canyon of Ari zona. In connection with the above meet ing side trip tickets will be sold to the grand canyon and return January 1,2 and 3 rate of $18.95, limit 30 days, with stop overs in either direction. ' This will enable passengers to stop at Adamana, Arizona, for side trip to uet rifled forests. G, H, DONART, Agent FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. MA80NIC. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, A. F. & A. M. Regu lar communication, first Monday of eacn month at Masonic Hall at ?:0 p. m. R. H. HANNA. W. M. 4LAN R. McCORD, Sec'y. Santa Fe Chapter, No. 1, R. A. M. Regu lar convocation second Monday of each month at .Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. 8. SPITZ, H. P. ARTHUR 8ELIGM AN, Sec'y. Sant Fe Commindery No. 1, K. T. Regular conclave month at Masonic Hall 7:30 p.m. C. J. CRANDALL, E. C. H. F. STEPHENS, Recorder. Santa Fe Lodge of Perfection No. 1, 14th degree, Ancient and Accepted Pcottish 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, 11, Sec. Take DeWltt'e Little Early Riser Pills. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. Notice For Publication. No. 10199. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. November 28, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Jose Labadle of Santa Fe, N. M., has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof In support of his claim via: Homestead Entry No. 10199, made Nov. 3, 1906, for the E 1-2 SW 1 -2, NW 1-2 SW 1-2, SW 1-2 NW 1-2, section 12, township 17N, range 10E, and the said proof will be made before Register and receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on Dec. 18, 1907. . He names the following wi'tuesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of land, viz:, Simon Vigil, Candelario Martinez, Prudencio Garcia, Ramon Armijo, all of Santa Fe, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. I. O. O. F. Santa Fe Lodge, No. Z. I. 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. OAVID L MILLER, 8ec'y. How to Treat a 8praln. Sprains, swellings and lamness are promptly relieved by Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This liniment reduces in flammation and soreness so that a sprain may be cured in about one third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by all druggists. B. P. O. E. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 400, B. P. O. B., 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. 8ENA, Sec'y. FRATERNAL UNION. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 259, Fraternal Union of America. Regular meetings rst and third Monday? In each month at 8 o'clock p. m., Odd Fellows Hall, San Francisco vgtreet. Visiting Frat ers welcome. M. E. ORTIZ, Fraternal Maater. GREGORIO RAEL, Treat. OAVID GONZALES, 8cc'y. "BOOTH'S FRESH OYSTERS." Black Bass, Lake Trout, Perch, Salmon, Sliver Herring, Bullheads, Frog's Legs, Lake Trout, Lobsters and Shrimp can be found only at the Bon Ton Restaurant, where they can cook Just to your taste. DIRECT ROUTE 1 ? TO I 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 Jtfan country of Colorado. For information as to reJes, train service, des criptive literature, etc call on or address S. K. HOOPER, G. P. a r. A. ' Denver, Colo. F. H. MclRIDE, Agent 8anU Fe, N. M. For anything and everything appertaining to Printing cr Binding call on the New Mexican Frinting Company. a INCORPORATED J H. B. Cartwtight & Bro., WHOLESALE GROCERS Grain. Flour and Potatoes. Stationery, Patent Medicine and Grocers' Sundries. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN MAILORDERS SANTA FE, N. M W7HEN in netd of any- V V iUna on R-vrtfi tv O WB. W IYliLAlL.Ar4 VYAT4 1 AU, It will positively If Ino results.