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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1907.
SJLSTA FE NEW MEXICAN. SANTA FE, B.XS PAGE SEVEN OuvuE 11' a 3 a Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico, a p Located on Helen Cut-off of Santa Fe R'y. Men 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 Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico. 1,000 business and residence lots, also 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 Men Patent Holler Mill, capacity 150 barrels daily; large winery; three hotels, Commercial Club; a population of 1,500 people; several restaurants, etc. Men 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. The Belen Town and Improvement Company are owners of the BELEJ1 TDWjySITE JOHN BECKER, President. WM. M. BERGER, Secretary. ALL FA81 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-claw 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 as security, for one year, with 8 per cent interest thereon. Apply at once for map and prices if you wish to sscure the choicest lots. The Belen Town and Improvement Company I a Bad J-23 r v Irreffularitv is bad in everv deoartment of life, in meals, in sleeping hours, but especially when it is a question of womanly habit. Not only is it a sign of female disease, but, unless cured, it will cause dangerous troubles, because of the poisons thus allowed to remain in the system. If you suffer in this way, get a bottle of W ofC .MM Mrs. Luclnda Johnson, of Fish Creek, Wis., writes: "I suffered for fourteen (14) years with Irregu larity, causing great pain. At last I tried Cardui, and now I am cured." At all druggists, in $1 bottles. itniTf fflC a I rTTrn Write today for a tret copy of valuable 64-page Illustrated Book for Women. If yon need Medical HK I If 1 1 A I 1 I I I" if Advice, describe your symptoms, stating age, and reply will be sent In plain sealed envelope. II III 1 1 tSJ ft BB B B 11 Address: Ladies Advisory Dept.. The Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Term. SHEEPMEN STILLTj - DOING BUSINESS Shipments of Wool and Fleecy Ani mals From Corona During Past Year Reach Large Figures. Corona, N. M., Nov. 27. In spite of the fact that this town is in the heart of the eastern New Mexico homeseek ers' paradise, 1,500,000 pounds of wool were shipped from Corona last year and fully 100,000 sheep. All of this goes to show that there is still something doing in the sheep line in this part of the territory. Apparently the country is still so big that it is big enough to hold the farmers and the sheep men, too. There is one ad vantage about New Mexico that there is no limit to its capacity. Homestead ers have been coming into this dis trict In a steady stream for several years past and yet there is apparently almost as much open country as ever. Corona, 51 miles from Carrizozo and 10 miles from Torrance, is beautifully sit uated in the Corona valley, a protect ed nich of about 2,500 acres with four passes leading to it from the north, south and west. This is the point where the new Dawson' line will final ly join the main line of the El Paso and Southwestern. In the course of only eighteen months Corona has grown to a popula tion of 600 people and is still grow ing at a surprising rate. LAS VEGAS BURGLAR CAUGHT AT LAST Woman Who Was Held Up, .Recogniz ed Man as He Was Standing In -Own Yard. OFFICIALS OF TWO RAILROADS HERE Superintendents of Santa Fe and Rio Grande Systems in Town in Their Private Cars. IDEAL WEATHER FOR THANKSGIVING Weather Man Will Open Up Cold Vent In Southeast Portion of Territory Tonight. Ideal Thanksgiving weather is prom ised by the official forecaster who dispenses the weather throughout New Mexico. This of course applies particu larly to Santa Fe. The official forecast calls for fair weather tonight and Thursday, but colder weather Is prom ised tonight in southeastern New Mexico. According to the observations of th local U. S. weather bureau the ther mometer here at 6 o'clock this morn ing was 29 degrees and the lowest dur ing last night 25 degreesThe maxi mum temperature yesterday was 52 degrees at 1:45 p. m., and the mini mum temperature 24 degrees at 2 a. m., the mean temperature for the day being 38 degrees. . The relative humidity yesterday was 59 per cent at 6 a. m., and 60 per cent at 6 p. m., making the average for the twelve hours 60 per cent. , How to Treat a Sprain. . Sprains, swellings and lamness are promptly relieved by Chamberlain'B Pain Balm. This liniment reduces in flammation and soreness so that a Bprain may be cured in about one third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by all druggists. Legal blanks-both English and Spanish for sale by the New Mexican Printing Company. . Las Vegas, N. M., Nov. 27. The burglar who has been terrorizing this city for the past two weeks is believ ed to be behind the bars in the city jail. His name is Fidel Ortiz and he was recognized as he was standing in his own yard by Mrs. W. M. Cadmus who was held-up a few nights ago and relieved of her pocketbook. Mrs. Cadmus is positive the prisoner is the man who snatched her pocketbook. When arrested the prisoner was wearing a new pafr of shoes and a search of the house failed to reveal any old shoes about the premises. Marshal Coles went to the house again and there was only a little girl there at the time, a daughter of the prisoner. Coles told her that the new shoes were hurting father's feet and that he wanted the old ones. The child went out in the yard to a wood house and brought in a pair of shoes that were covered with mud, which had pointed toes and were exactily the same side as the moulds taken of the foot prints of the "Peeping Tom." INSTALS MOVING PICTURE MACHINE Manager A. M. Dettelbach of Opera House Will Open Daily Show To Night. Manager A. M. Dettlebach of the opera house was busy today Installing an extensive Edison moving picture machine which he re ceived yesterday direct from the fac tory. It is of the very latest model and represents an investment of $175. Commencing with this evening, Manager Dettelbach will give two per formances at the opera house every evening at 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock and a matinee on Saturday and Wednes day afternoons. Moving pictures and illustrated songB' will furnish the amusement. . The admission has been placed with in the reach of all, being 10 and 20 cents. The latter will include reserv ed seats. The program for this evening is as follows: - Cohen's Fire Sale; illustrated song, entitled, "In the Springtime When the Roses Bloom Again;" Poor Dolly; Anything to Oblige; recitation and pictures, "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere." Officials of two ' railroad systems were among the visitors yesterday in Santa Fe. They were H. W. Sharp of La Junta, Colorado and J. M. Kurn of Las Vegas, respectively general su perintendent and division superinten dent of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, and W. D. Lee, of Alamosa, Colorado, and C. L. Eaton also of Alamosa, respectively division superintendent and assistant division superintendent of the Denver and Rio Grande railroad." , Both sets of officials were here in their private cars which were attached to regular passenger trains. Messrs. Sharp and Kurn were accompanied by their families and the visit to this city was mainly one of pleasure. Mr. Eaton, who is the new assistant super intendent of the New Mexico division of the Denver and Rio Grande railroad is making his first trip over the divis ion in company with Superintendent Lee. They arrived here last evening and went north this morning. FOR SALE. Typewriter, cash or in stallment, or for rent. J. B. Sloan. II II ! II- II III ! HIM II FOR RENT. Two furnished rooms with modern conveniences. Apply this office. FOR RENT Small .furnished .cot tage for housekeeping. Apply at this office. WANTED A competent cook, no other need apply. Address, Mrs. Louis Iifeld, Albuquerque, N. M. WANTED School teacher for four children on ranch on upper Pecos. Ad dress Valley Ranch, Pecos, New, Mex ico, for information. FOR SALE One Pinto pony, com ing six years old, Arabian Stock, sound and gentle. Also rubber tire buggy and harness. Call on Geo. C. Atkinson for particulars. TIME TABLE ALL LINES Entering and Leaving Santa Fe Compiled According to Schedule of Trains Now in Effect SANTA FE CENTRAL. No. 1 Southbound leaves Santa Fe 1:40 p. m. No. 2. Northbound arrives Santa Fe 5:28 p. m. DENVER RIO GRANDE. No. 426. Eaetbound 'eaves Santa Fe 11 a. m. No. 425 Westbound arrives Santa Fe 4 p. m. ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA FE-, Lamy Branch Arrive at Santa Fe 8tatlon. No. 721 11:10 a. m No. 723 ........ , 6:50 p. m. No. 725 10:55 p. m. BROOM CORN SELLS FOR $50 PER TON. Elida, N. M.,,Nov. 27 Two carloads of broom corn have been shipped from this place to a Kansas City firm. It brought in the neighborhood of $50 a ton, but would have sold for more had It been better cared for. v Depart From Santa Fe Station. No. 720... ,'...'.' ..... 8:25 a. m. No. 722 ......... ....... 4:20 p. m. No. 72 7:40 p. m. No. 720 connects with Numbers 10 and 2 east, and No. G limited, west at i Lamy. No. 722 connects with No. 1 west at Lamy. No. 1 carries, El Paso sleeper. No, 724 connects with No. 7 and 9, westbound, and 4 and 8 eastbound. Main Line Via Lamy. No. 1 stops at all stations. No. 7 will stop at all atatlons, Lamy to Albuquerque to discharge passen gers from Santa Fe. No. 721 leaves Lamy at 10:10 a, in and will not wait for No. 2 from the west at Lamy, waiting only for No. 10 from the south and No. 3 from the east. The New- Mexican Printing Com pany will do your Job work . with neatness and dispatch. 1 ' "' - - i .'i - TToAvt vnul YmaftiAoa Ann. ftntniui tlia public by advertising In your home paper. A good advertiser always has uccbs iu uuy uuubbi enterprise -t WANTED For TJ. S. Army, able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of 18 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. The 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 and canva3 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 both civil and criminal bound in one book, 80 pages civil and 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. "BOOTH'S OYSTERS." The very finest in the land have Just been received at the Bon Ton Restaurant. These are the very first of the season and can be found only at this place whereHhey are up-to-date in everything. A trial will convince you. Keep your Imsmess ever before the public by advertising In your home paper. A good advertiser always has success In any honest enterprise, Advertising pays. Try it and see. Wells Fargo k I ompany Express Genera! Express Forwarders TO Ml Parts of the World. Save Money and Inconvenience by Purchasing Wells Farg DOMESTIC MONEY ORDERS, TRAVELERS' MONEY ORDERS, FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS. Payable Throughout the United States. Canada, Mejtic 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 Bulck Automobiles, Machine! 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 a Camp Needmore, free of charge. Excursion parties accommodated bx notifying the company two days r advance. one of the best known arJ Beit urpotes on the market. t machines for all purposes oh the 8 and Inquiries to the Roswell Automobile Co. Rcswell, New Mexic, f 2 St amps WHEN YOU FIND YOUKSELF WHITING THE SAME THING FEEQUENTLY 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 M PRICE-LIST One-line Stamp, not over 2J inches long 15c Each additional line on same stamp, 10c. One-line Stamp, over Z and not over Z inchea 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 31c 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 price. 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. . . . . .$1.00 Ledger Dater month, day and year in J-inch .50 Regular line Dater. 3 Defiance Model Band Dater. 1.50 Fac-Simile Signatures, Rubber Stamp and Wood Cut. 1.5G Pearl Check Protector....... 1.00 SELF-INKING STAMP PADS. Iix2i, 10c; 2x3, 15c ; 21x3, 25c; 2fx4i, 35c; 8Jx61, 50c; ixt, Uc. FOR TYPE SPECIMENS ADDRESS JEW EXICAJJ PRIfiTIfJG CO. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO 1