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M MEXICAN. SANTA f S.tt PAQE lEVEf Futute Railtoad Metropolis of New Mexico, a j Located on Belen Ctit-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, Lot Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico. 1,000 business and residence lots, alao 21x141 feet, laid out with broad 80- and 70-foot streets, with alleya 80 feet wide, with beautiful lake and public park and grand old shade trees; public school house, costing $16,000; churches; lare mercantile establishments; the Belen Patent Boiler 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. The Belen Town and Improvement Company are ovners of the BELEN TO WPITE JOHN BECKER, President WM. M. BEROER, Secretary. ALL Fill LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT (MAINS 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-clati 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 for map and prices if you wish to sscuw the choicest lots. The Belen Town and Improvement Company SEC mi ' ii imi iiiiwiiiHi h mi imwiTrnjii URGED TO ATTEND TEACHERS' MEETING Superintendent J. E. Clark Issues Cir cular Letter Calling Attention to Annual Convention. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion J. E. Clark has issued a circular letter to the county school superin tendents of the various counties in the territory calling their attention to the annual meeting of the New Mexico Education Association which will he held in Santa Fe the latter part or this month. The letter which urges the county superintendents and teach ers to make an effort to attend the convention is as follows: Circular Letter to County Superin tendents, , "December 4, 1907. "Dear Friends The New Mexico Territorial Educational Association will meet at Santa Fe December 26, 27 and 28. An excellent program is being prepared and it is desired by all Interested in the advancement of educational conditions in our terri tory that all county superintendents of schools, who can possibly do so, attend this meeting. Practical ques tions In teaching and school manage ment will be discussed by the best school men and women of the terri tory, and I urgently request that you come to this meeting and that you do all In your power to influence the teachers in your county to come with you. "Chapter 97, Section 26, Session Laws of 1907, provides among other things that teachers shall be paid full wages during the holiday vacation, not to exceed fifteen days. It will be well for you to call the attention of your teachers to this one general educational . meeting of the year. Teachers cannot attend the meeting of this association without profit to themselves, to the children under their charge, and to the educational spirit of the community in which they work. "Farmers meet In annual conven tion to discuss the best methods of managing their farms; stockmen give a large amount of time to the ex change of Ideas touching the raising of stock; fruit-growers frequently meet to . discuss their experiences which have improved the quality and increased the quantity of the crops; manufacturers' conventions, medical conferences and mercantile excur sions are universal. "Why should not the teachers who are managing the most vital Interest be atert to every opportunity that may Improve the re sults of their work. What is more, why should not the county superin tendents of schools who are tne lead ers of the large corps or teachers in our counties attend these meetings In order that they may by exchange of ideaa and discussion of Important questions secure help which will en able them to be of assistance to the teacherB and boards of school direc tors In Improving the local schools. The question of statehood will no doubt be before Congress in January and If we can show to Congress that the personnel of the New Mexico teaching corps Is of the best quality and that the professional Interest is all that one could expect in any of the best stateB of the Union, the point wm mean much in proving our worth iness as applicants for statehood.- "I would especially can your atten tion to the fact that a county superin tendents' section of the Educational Association has been organized and it is at the meeting of this section where the questions of most vital interest to the county superintendent are dis cussed. Programs will be forwarded within a few days. "Sincerely trusting that every coun ty superintendent and many teach ers from each county will be in at tendance at the twenty-second annual meeting of the New Mexico Educa tional Association at Santa Fe, and expressing my appreciation of the interest which you have shown in our school work during the present year, I am, "Yours most sincerely, "J. C. CLARK." For That Dull Feeling Atfer Eeatlng. I have used Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets for some time and can testify that they have done me more good than any tablets I have ev er used. My trouble was a heavy dull feeling after eating David Freeman, Kempt, Nova Scotia. These tablets strengthen the stomach and improve the digestion. They also regulate the liver and bowels. They are far super ior to pills but cost no more. Get a free sample at all druggists and see what a splendid medicine it Is. For sale by all druggists. SOCIETY FOR THEFRIENDLESS This Worthy Organization Doing Great and Good Work- Holds Annual Election. FEW CRIMES IN SAN MIGUEL COUNTY Grand Jury Adjourns After Being in Session Six Days Returns 27 True Bills. Las Vegas, N. M, Dec. 6. After having been In session six days the grand Jury here adjourned. It re turned twenty-seven true bills while In session, many of these being for minor offenses. The jury found very few flagrant violations of the law in San Miguel county during the past six months which speaks well for the county from a law and order stand point. At the fourth annual meeting of the New Mexico Society for the Friend less held in Santa Fe, December 5, the directors for 1908 were elected, and also the officers and the superin tendent. During the past thirteen months twenty-two discharged prison ers have been assisted, to whom the sum of seventy-two dollars was loan ed, moat of them being self-supporting at the present time, and being good citizens. These persons are in several states as well as some re maining in New Mexico. The super intendent finishes the twelfth year of his work in the employment-finding oners from the New Mexico peniten tiary on December 15th, xj07, having served without any compensation for ten years, and for the past two years only receiving salary, when upon leave of absence from railway mail ser vice duty without pay. During this whole time he has never recommend ed the pardon or the parole of any prisoner, because If done for one he would be expected to do so for all. The secretary secured the passage of an indeterminate sentence and pa role law in the House of the last leg- FOR SALE. Typewriter, cash or In stallment, or for rent. J. B. Sloan. FOR RENT. Two furnished rooms with modern conveniences. Apply this office. POLAND CHINA HOGS I have 1 choice lot of thoroughbred Poland China Pigs ready for shipping. Pedi grees. Express prepaid. Write to M. B. Pittman, Mountalnair, N. M. WANTED For U. 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, Laughlln Block, Santa Fe, New Mexico. NOTABLE MEDICAL DISCOVERY Of Special Value to Many Santa Fe. Here One of the most notable discoveries and one that undoubtedly appeals more than anything else to many peo ple here in Santa Fe Is the combina tion of stomach remedies in the Ml-o- Islature, but failed In the Council. Itna treatment. Thi3 prescription has secured the appropriation of $1,000 a worked wonders, and there Is now no Wells Fargo & Company Express General Express Forwarders TO All 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 Good Cough Medicine For Children The season for coughs and colds Is now at hand and too much care can not be used to protetc the children. A child Is much more likely to con tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold. The quicker you cure his cold the less the risk. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy Is the sole re liance of many mothere and few of those who have tried it are willing to use any other. Mrs. F. F. Starcher, of Ripley, W. Va.f says: "I have never used anything other than Chamber lain's Cough Remedy for my children and It has always given good satisfac tion." This remedy contains no opium or other naroctic and may be given as confidently to a child as to an adult. For sale by all druggists. (Homestead Entry No. 7321.) Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. November 21, 1907 Notice Is hereby given that Cresen do Garcia of Jemes, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make inal five year proof in support of hla 'claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 73,21 made November 17, 1902, for the SW 1-4 sec tion 24, Township 18 N., Range 3 E. and the said proof will be made be fore M. C. de Baca, Probate Clerk, at Bernalillo, N. M., on December 28, 1907. - ' ;- ::!:r:-: He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Juan Gayegas, Francisco Gallegos, Jose Ylarlo RuIb, Juan Mestaa, all of Ballecito, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, year for Ue ensuing two fiscal years to transport discharged prisoners away from Santa Fe, so that the so ciety will not now have to loan mon ey for that purpose save to some few who may live outside the territory, who can get no assistance from home. The society is in need of a small book case with door, and a small of tice desk to furnish the office. Sever al amendments to the by-laws were proposed to be acted upon at the reg ular quarterly meeting at the home of the superintendent, Thursday, Janu ary 9, 1908. The society is assisting one prison er in a correspondence course in me chanical drawing and another in a course in plumbing, the latter now be ing out of prison. One thousand one hundred and forty letters, eighteen postals, and two hundred and forty copies "First Friend" was the mail sent from the office during the year. The following are the boards and of ficers for 1908: Board of Reference. L. B. Prince, M. A. Otero, H. J. Ha german, Antonio Joseph, H. J. Young, H. O. Bursum, Marion Littrell, George Curry, Dr. J. R. Gass, C. E. Lukens, Dr. W. S. Blair. Board of Directors. Judge J. R. McFIe, president; A. L. Morrison, vice president; Frank DI bert, secretary; Colonel J. D. Sena, treasurer; J, J. Hagerman, Hon. Jef ferson Raynolds, Dr. W. G. Tight, W. M. Adair, A. Mac Arthur, Superintendent, James Edward Wood, Santa Fe. The membership of the society in eludes Hon. Nathan Jaffa, and Dele gate W. H. Andrews. "BOOTH'S OY8TER8." : 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 thla place, where they are up-to-date ia everything. A trial will convince you. DeWltfs Little Early Riser Pills are Register. Bold by The Ireland Pharmacy. wmmsx Will cm cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease, not O beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. IRELAND PHARMACY. Cures Backache Corrects - Irrgg"laritie3 Do not risk having Dright's Disease or Diabetes excuse for anyone suffering with indi gestion or weak stomach. It acts fpeciflcally upon the muscles of the stomach and bowels.strengthen ing and stimulating them so that they readily take care of the food that is eaten. It also increases the flow of gastric juices, thus getting from the food the nourishment that Is neces sary for health and energy. The symptoms of Indigestion are numerous, such as distress after eat ing, flatulence, heart-burn, sick head aches, dizziness and Irritability. These are all dispelled by a few doses of Ml-o-na when the trouble Is recent, but just as surely In long standing and chronic cases if the treatment is followed for a reasonable length of time. So positive are the good effects fol lowing the use of Ml-o-na that the remedy Is sold by The Ireland Pharm acy under an absolute guarantee to refund the money If it should fall to cure. "BOOTH'S FRESM UYSTERS." Black Bass, Lake Trout, . Perch, Salmon, Silver 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. For Eczema, Tetter and Salt Rheum. The Intense Itching, characteristic of these ailments is almost Instantly allayed by Chamberlain's Salve. Many severe cases have been cured by it. For sale by all druggists. '' 7 Tl tea In rf I I 3? ui S & IT ! I V ' Q Q v 1 j 11 II ii i Bisons Herewith are some bargains offered by the New Mexican Printing Com pany: ; Code of Civil Procedure of the Teritory of New Mexico, 1597, sheep bound. $1; paper hound, 75c; Mis souri Pleading forma, $5; Missouri Code Pleadings, ?6; the two for $10; Adapted to New Mexico Code, Laws of New Mexico, 1899, 1901, f nd 1903, English and Spanish pamphlet, $2.25; full leather, $3; Sheriff's Flexible Cover Pocket Docket, single, $1.25; two or more books, $1 each; New Mex Ico Supreme Courts Reports, Nos. 3 to 10, Inclusive $3.30 each; Compila tion Corporation Laws 75c; Compila tion Mining Laws, 60c; Money's Di gest of New Me::ico Rcporta, full sheep, $6.50; full list school blanks. Legal blanks both English and Spanish for sale by the New Mexican Printing Company. STUDY THE MAP. The natural point on the New A., T. & S. F. Cut-off for the distribu tion of freight, having the advantage of the easy grades and short route to the East and West, and direct communication will all points In the Ter ritory. Wholesale houses are coming to Wlllard as soon as the Cut-off is open. Surrounded by a fine farming country. The purest water In New Mexico. The geographical center of Torrance County and , of New Mexico. The water point on the great A., T. & S. F. short line through New Mexico Wlllard Is a growing town. Willard will make a City. Study the Mar For Information, cal on or addrew ( FRANK L. WALRATH, REAL ESTATE. - - WILLARD, N. M. ""' For anything and everything appertaining to Printing or Binding call on the New Mexican Printing Company. ; Kodaks and Photo Supplies. ART PICTURES AND FRAMING We make a specialty of DEVELOPING, PRINT INO and ENLARGING. Mall Orders Given Promp ' Attention. Send for Catalogue. HOWLAND A DEWEY COMPANY, j B10 9. Broadway, Lot Angola, Calif.