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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1907.
BAWL' A FE NEW BtEXLOAJS. SANTA tfB.fl.Ji PAGE SEVEN M 1 1 l PI M 1 T" T war - O cr Q" A x LA,, ruttffc Kailfoad iYlctroooIis of New Mexico. I I HI IS Y 9 U VJ (1 y vu n 5 Located on Belen Cut-off of Santa Fe R'y. H 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, Los Amgeiea, El Paso and Old Mexico. 1,000 business and residence lots, also 25iHI feet, laid out with broad 80- and 70-foot streets, with alley 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; Beveral restaurants, etc. Belen is the largest shipping point fox 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. C2 The Belen Town and Improvement Company are owners of the BELEJ1 TOWPITE JOHN BECKER, President. WM. M. BERGER, Secretary. ALL F1M LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT THINS 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 oecter of the city, well gTaded (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.; aluo a firat-clwi modem hotel. Our prices of lots are low and terms on easy payments; title perfect; warranty deeds. One-third purchase money, cash. Two-thirds may remain on note, with mortgage at security, for one year, with 8 per cent interest thereon. Apply at once foi map and prices if you with to secure the choicest lots. The Beiea Towa aad Improvement Company iir.-m.iwui' hummiibw - I HAD TO RETURN CATTLE TO RANGE Buyer of Large Consignment of Stock at Silver City Unable to Secure Funds to Meet Payment. Silver City, N. M., Nov. 18. After holding 690 head of cattle at the local stock yards for five days, the owners were compelled to drive them back to the range in the western part of the county owing to the forfeiture of the contract by the purchaser. The ship pers were Sam Sloan, Cureton and Oldham, H. A. Martin and a dozen oth er small cattle , raisers of the Blue Creek country in the extreme' western portion of the county. The price to be paid was' $14 and $17 for ones and twos and the contract was satisfactory to both parties. However, the intend ing purchaser,-, owing probably to the stringency in the money market was unable to meet the payment and for feited the $1,000 forfeit money that had been put up. This amount will cover the expense of drlvms the cat tle to and from Silver City, but it will not compensate the owners for the loss sustained to theif cattle in the long, hard drive and five days tramp ing in the slush and mud. Moreover, many of them were preparing to meet payments from he money due from the shipment and they feel the disap pointment keenly. At first they had trouble in securing cars, but finally the Santa Fe succeeded in getting the desired number, and when they were getting ready to load them, the dis couraging news came that the contract had beer, forfeited. DeWitt's Cafoolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for little burns and big burns, small scratches or bruises and big ones. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. BUYS BUNCH OF BLOODED BULLS Lun County Rancher Pays $4,000 For 85 Head of Stock Will Grade His Herds. Deming, N. M., Nov. 18. E. B. Bur dick, one of the best known cattlemen of the Southwest, has purchased eighty-five head of thoroughbred Hereford bulls from W. J. Boney and Son, of Missouri. The bulls will be taken to the Yeargin and Jacobson ranches in this section. The animals are as fine as ever saw the ;. West and will ; be a boon to the stock interests out here. Burdick is to be commended for his enterprise and public spiritedness. What Would You Do? In case of a burn or scald what would you do to relieve : the pain? Such injuries are liable to occur in any family and everyone should be prepared for them. Chamberlain's Salve applied on a soft cloth will re lieve the pain almost instantly, unless the Injjuryjs a very severe one, will cause the parts to heal without leaving a scar. For sale by all druggists. PIONEER GRANT COUNTY RANCHMAN PASSES AWAY. ' Silver City, N.M., Nov. 18. W. H. fioforth an old and highly respected citizen of Grant county died last week at his home on the Mimbres, at the age of about 55 years. Deceased had lived lu this county for. twenty-five years, being engaged in ranching on the Mimbres during a greater part of the time. A brother, A. J. Goforth, is justice of the peace of the Swartz district. The deceased is survived by a wife and several grown children, When in need ol anything la the printing line, sueh as wedding cards, invitations, briefs, call on the New Mexican Printing Company, where all work Is guaranteed. SOMETHING NEW IN AMUSEMENT LINE Manager A. M. Dettelbach of Opera House, to Introduce Vaudeville In Santa Fe. Something new in the show line in Santa Fe is to be introduced by Man ager A. M. Dettelbach of the opera house, which promises to furnish plen ty -of amusement during the winter months in the Capital. Manager Dettelbach has purchased an Edison moving picture machine which he will install in the opera house at an early , date. When the ap paratus arrives and is in working ord er he will give two performances ev ery evening in the week, the first from 7:30 to 8:30 and the second from 8:30 to 9:30 o'clock. Besides the mov ing pictures, there will be illustrat ed songs and he has already engaged the services of a musician and soloist for the latter. The films will be the" very latest and will be changed twice every week. The admission price has been put within the reach of all; 10 cents for children and 20 cents for others. He expects to open .up on Wednesday, November 27th. ' Coming Attractions. Manager Dettelbach has booked a number of very good shows for the balance of this season as follows: November 25 Lecture, under the auspices of the Elks' lodge. December 17 "Wizard of Wall Street," a comic opera. December 27 "Eagle Eye." December 18 Entertainment under the auspices of the Elks. January 3 "The Royal Slave." January 9 "Life of the Cowboy." January 21 Elks' entertainment. February 7 and 8 "Delia Prlngle," February 10 "Sweetest Girl in Dixie." - ' . February 19 "Cowpuncher." March 6 "On the Frontier." March 11 "The Girl and the Stam; pede.'" March 18 "A Desperate Chance." May 13 "Ma's New Husband." M'KINLEY COUNTY STATEHOOD CLUB Republicans and Democrats Appoint Committees to Perfect Organ. izatfon. Gallup, N. M., Nov. 18. The prelim inary steps looking toward the organ ization of a statehood league In Mc Kinley county have been taken, the Republicans and Democrats appoint ing committees for the purpose of ef-. fectlng a permanent organization. The respective committees are as follows: Republicans Edward Hart, S. E. Aldrlch, Attorney Hall, C. N. Cotton and Dr. Burr. Democrats John Rains, Frank Swartz, J. M. Jacobson, A. F. Rels and J. M. Carman. The committee will meet this week and issue a call for a meeting at which a permanent organization will be ef fected. An invitation will also be ex tended to Governor Curry to visit Gal lup at an early date to meet the peo ple of the county and discuss with them the statehood question. . . Colds and Croup In Children. "My little girl is subject to colds," says Mrs. Wm. H. Serlg, No. 41, Fifth St., Wheeling, W. Va. "Last winter she had a severe spell and a terrible cough but I cured her with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy without1 the aid of a doctor, and my little boy has ; been prevented many times from having the croup by the. timely use of this syrup." This remedy is for sale by all druggists. The New Mexican Printing Com iany is headquarters for t-engraved cards de vlste in New Mexico. Get 'our work done here and you will be pleased in every particular. LETTER LIST. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postofflce at Santa Fe, N. M., for week ending November 18, 1907 It not called for within two weeks will be sent to the dead letter office at Washington: Archuleta Juanita M. Archuleta Conrado, , Adkinson W. C. Bustillos Jose Bcserra Antonio Bustos Gusta Cardenas Martha Baca Elvira Esplnoza Senaida Fletcher Guy C. Jorgunson J. D. Jacobs Wm. Lomellcra Jose Lopez Rita O. de Lopez Benito . . yL noS. E. Montoya Jose Mora Joslfita Measie Tonita Martinez Juan Martinez Aurella Rodriges Franquitlna Rodrigez Tonita Sena Icidorita Sandoval Jose Martinez y Silva Anita Sals Jose .." Spinger Bertie Summers J. L. Sun, Santa Fe, N. M. . Trujlllo Trinidad Ulibari Manuel ' Wilbur Chas. C. Wood John J. In calling please say "advertised" and give the date. " PAUL A. F. WALTER, Postmaster. Wells Far go & C FOR RENT. Furnished room, with modern conveniences. Phone No. 1G8. FOR RENT. Two furnished rooms with modern conveniences. Apply this office. FOR SALE. Number 4 Smith Pre mier typewriter, nearly new. J. B. Sloan, SIGHTS OFSANTA tE ',A brief outline of points of Interest - Jn and about the City of Santa i'e. A Guide for Tourists.) (July. 1907.) ' The Plsza. Under the care of the Woman's Board of Trade. Here Onate camped and set up the banner of Spain in 1598. Here the Pueblos in the uprising of 1680 burned the ar chives and historical records of the Province. Here De Vargas halted in triumph after taking the city from the Pueblos in 1692. Here General Kearny planted the Stars and Stripes In 1846. Most c" the thrilling historical and gala, events for the past three hun dred years have centered here. The Old Palace. Wltnout 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 reslme.last occupied as a residence by the present Acting Governor James Wallace Rey 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 Monunen;. It is at present occupied by the postofflce, the Histor ical Society Museum, the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Ter ritorial Republican Central Commlt ee. , 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 Ben Hur. Key given to visitors at the postofflce. the Indians; are burled. Lorstto Academy. On College Street. Oldest School for Girls west of the Missouri. Quaint cemetery In rear. Kit Carson Monument In front of Federal building. LOST. Between Opera House and Normandle Hotel, gold belt pin with the name, Pearl Downing on back. Finder return to this office. 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. onipanv xpress General Express Forwarders -TO- All Parts of tk World. Save Money and Inconvenience by Purchasing Wells Fargs 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 WANTED For U. S. Army, able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of IS and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate hab its, who can speak, read and write En glish. For information apply to recruit ing officer, Laughlin Block, Santa Fe, New Mexico. rhe court House. -On Palace Ave nue. Contains County Offices and Court Rooms. Loretto Convent. O n C o 1 It g e Street. Occupied by Sisters of Lor etto. Masonic Bull .ig and Hall. On south side of Plaza. Oldest Masonic Lodge in the Southwest. Many Inter esting historic relics In lodge room. Kit Carson was a member of this lodge. Soldiers' Monument In Plaza. Erected by the Territory. Much criti cized becauso It refers to the Confed erates ai Rebels. Lamy Fountain. In Plaza. Erected by Woman's Board of Trade In mem ory of the late Bishop Lamy, who in troduced the orchard industry at Santa Fe and surroundings. The Kearr.y Monument. In Plaza. Erected by the Daughters of the Amer ican Revolution. The Tonda At southeast corner Plaza. End of the historic Santa Fe Trail. Now Exchange Hotel. WITHIN FIVE MINUTES' WALK FROM PLAZA. Roman Catholic Parochial School. On Water Street. Public Library. On Washington Avenue. Built and maintained by the Woman s Board of Trade. Federal Building. Headquarters of Federal LanJ Office, Internal Revenue Service for New Mexico and Arizona, Surveyor General, Weather Bureau, Forest Supervisor of Pecos. Jemez and Taos National Forests. U S. Attornav! for the Pueblo Indians, and other Fed eral officials. 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 Ly old masters. Reredo behind altar was erected bv Governor del Valle and his wife in 1761. Fine old Dalntlngs. and rich vestments In rear of Cathedral. From here start annually the famous Corpus Christ! and the historic De Vargas processions. la rear of altar two Franciscan Friars, murdered by 8alnt Vincent's 8anltarlum. On Palace venue. Saint Vincent's Orphans' Home. On palace Avenue. 8alnt Vincent's Hospital. On Pal ace Avenue. Bishop's Residence. On Cathedral Street. , A ljoinlng Is the beautiful "Bishop's Garden" with hlstori spring, lakelets and fine orchard. Archllshop's . Residence. On Ca thedral Street 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 Rnck AgenU for the Bulck Automobiles, Machines for all p Two of the best known and bes market Address all communication Island train, due at 2 a. m. Running time between the two points five hours, meals furnished Camp Needmore, free of charge. Excursion parties accommodated bj notifying the company two days advance. one of the best Known and Best urposes on the market t machines for all purposes os s and inquiries to the the Roswell Automobile Co. Roswell, New IWexk. r Rtibfe eg Stamps i WHEN YOU FIND YOUBSELF WETTING 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 PRICE-LIST . . ,15c One-line Stamp, not over 2 inches long . . liach additional line on same stamp, 10c. One-line Stamp, over 2$ and not over 3 inches long. .20c Each additional line on same stamp, 15c. One-line Stamp, over 7 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.) Borden of all shapes, under 3 inches long way, 25c extra. Larger sizes at proportionate prices. Where type used is over one-half inch in size, we charge for one line for each one-half inch or fraction. DATES, ETC. Local Dater any town and date for ten years. 11.00 Ledger Dater month, day and year in J-iuch. ..... .50 Regular line Dater. .. . .. , ....... .. .... .35 Defiance Model Band Dater ,-..v 1.50 Fac-Simile Signatures, Rubber Stamp and Wood Cut. 1.5C Pearl Check Protector. . ; v . . 1.00 SELF-INKING STAMP PADS. lxi, 10c; 2x3, 15e; 2Jx3i, 25c; 2Jx4i, 35cj 3x6i, 50c; 4x7i 75c. . FOR TYPE SPECIMENS ADDRESS PB7 IEXICAfl PRlfiTIJIG CO. 8ANTA FE, NEW MEXICO