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SAAtfA FE OTTF MEXICAN. SANTA FE, H.1L THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26 1907. eg i: 5 fit' 3t r j mm An, Santa Fo Central nail way Company TI-VIE TJ5.B1-.33 Effective Sunday. August 11, 1907. South Bound No 1 Ml Statloui. North Bound No a Alt! 1 4Up 8 88 D 4 9p 4 p 5 4p (I 19 p 7 Wp Lv.. ..Santa Fe...Arr " Kennedy.,.. " Stanley ... " .... Jklorlarty ... 11 Molntosh... " Kitnueia.... Wlllard.... Arr....Torrauet..Lva 7,000 6,050 6.3V) 8,250 8,174 6,140 6,125 8 475 5 28 4 29 3 38 3 00 1 35 2 13 12 41 11 15 Freight, Passenger and Steamship business. Pullman berth secured by wire. Connections: At Santa Fe, with Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rail way. At Kennedy, with Atchison, To peka & Santa Fe Railway. At Tor rance with El Paso ft Southwestern Pystem. t. I. GRIMSHAW, General Freight and Passenger Afenk St. Lois H PASSENGER ft II m rjr M w w kmto . & Pacilic RaM ai Cb. a SCHEDULE In Effect September 1, 1907. No. 31 Monday Wed. Friday. 1 00 a. m 1 25 a. m 7 50 a. m '20 a.m 1 10 a. m. 9 10 a. m 9 53 a. m 10 20 a, m 11 80 a m 20 p. m Auto Car Dally Ex. Sun. 7 00 a. m. H7 45 a. m No. 1 Dally 4 00 p. m. 4 23 p. m. 4 49p.m. 5 00 p. m. 5 10 p, m 15 50 p. m 5 55 p. m 8 15 p. m 6 30 p. m Mile from Raton 0 7 13 20 23 33 41 47 STATIONS .:':P Leave RATON, N. M Arrive CLIFTON HOUSE B PRESTON KOEHLER, JUNCTION KOfinLKK TERMS JO... .. ..CBRROSOSO .' ft cimarron ::::aV Ar'.V.V. IUTE PARK Lv. Auto No3( Ho 2 Car Monday Dally Dally Wednesday. Ex. Hun. Friday 12 15 p. m 6 85 p.m. 1157 a. m 6 05 p. m 11 40 a. m 5 45 p. m. .100 a. m 5 20 p.m. 1110 a, m 5 10 p.m. 1 10 25 a m 4 05 p.m. 10 15 a. m 4 05 p.m. 9 53a. m 3 45 p.m. o . 3 15 p. m 8 35 a. m. 5 85p.m. 2 40 p.m. 115 10 p m . 1 40 p. m. No. 21 Tuesday Thursday Saturday 11 00 a. m tl 40 a. m 12 25 p, m 12 40 p. m I 15 p. m 1 50 p. m 2 OOp. m 2 20 p. m. Mile from De Moines 0 11 22 25 81 42 42 49 STATIONS . Arrive Leave DES MOINBS, N. M CArULlN VKUAS VIGIL THOMPSON CUNNINGHAM. Arrive I CLIFTON HOUSE JUNCTION j Leave Lea e. CLIFTON HOUSE JUNCTION (Arrive Arrive RATON, N. M Leave No. 20 Tuesday Thurtday Saturday 1000 a. m. 9 25 a. m. 8 45 a. m. 830 a. m. 805 a. m. 7 30 a. m 7 20 a. m. 7 00 a. in. T Connect with fcl Paso 4 Southwetrn Ry. train 124. arrlvln In Dawon, N. M atJilOp. m. i Connects with El Pao 4 Southwestern Ry . train 125, leaving Dawson, . M. at 10:05 a. a I Stage for Van Houten, N M.,meet train at Prerton. N.M. IT r,i,naAtault Ktatr s AnA fnm Tuna unit Rllsnhnthtown. N. M. T,.b .,nn.tlnn vltt, A T Mr R V Bu nt Rutnn and Prnntnn. with C. & S. Rv. St DeS MotneS, and E. P. & S. W ly. at Vermejo. N. M. . , , , . , Cimarron, N. M . is depot for following stations In N. M.: Coate, Ponll Park, Rayado and Red Lakes, Oto Tark, N. M., Is depot for following stations in N. M.i Arroyo Seco, Aurora, Baldy, Black Lakes, Cerro, Elizabeth own, Lobo, QuesU, Ranchou de Taos, Red River City, Talpa, Taos, Twining and Valdez. J. DEDMAN, J. VAN HODTEN, W. A. GORMAN, Oftn. Mirr. Gen. Passensrer Aet. RATON. N. M. RATON, N. M. RATON, N. M. ONLY PERFECT RESULTS ARE OBTAINED. COLUMBIA QRAPHOPHONES AND COLUMBIA RECORDS. Our Cylinder Records Fit Any Cylinder hjachine X. P. Cylinder Records 25 cents each. $3.00 per dozen. HALT FOOT CYLINDER RECORDS 50c Bach. $5.00 Per Dozen Cylinder Machines. Range In Price from S7.W to $123.00 our; DISC iECODS FIT AJiY DISC fA. 10-inch Disc Records SO cents each. $7.20 per Dozen. M2-lnch Disc Records $1 each. $10 per Dozen. Disc Machines range In price from $12.50 to $100.00. ALL MAOHINES GUARANTEED. IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE OUR EA8Y PAYMENT PLAN. COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO. 505-507 16th Street, Denver, Cola Mall Order Departments. FLAT i OPENING : BLANK iBOOK (PRAY PATENT.) NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO., SOLE MAKERS FOR NEW MEXICO. Keonedy'i Laxative uougo ayrup causes a free yet gentle action of the bowels through which cold is forced oat of the system. Contains no opiates nor narcotic. Sold by 'a ne Ireland Pharmacy. Subscribe for the New Mexican. The New Mexican can do pvintlng equal to that done in any of the large cities. Our solicitor: Every piece of work we turn out Try our work once and you will certainly come again. We have all the facilities for turning out every class of work, Including one of the best binderies In the west CHRISTMA8 AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAY RATE8, For the Christmas and New Year holidays, round trip tickets will be sold from Santa Fe. to points in New Mexico, Colorado and Texas (El Paso Line) as follows: To points in New Mexico and to El Paso, the fare will be one and one- third for the round trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31 and January 1st with final limit of January 6th, HQS. Tickets to Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo, will be one fare for the round trip. On sale December 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and January 1st, 1908. Final return limit January 6th, 1908, Below you will And the round trip rates to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo as follows: Denver $15.80; Colorado Springs $13.60, and to Pueblo $12.25. For rates to other points please call on or 'phone 42 or 78 who will be glad to furnish you Information desired. O. H. DONART, Agent, A., T. and S. F. R. R., City. The New Mexican's Daily Short Story HOTEL ARRIVALS De Witt's Little Early Riser Pills are sold ' by The Ireland Pharmacy, "How y' goln to vote this year?" asked the keeper of a country store of an old "hayseed," with a wink at the bystanders. "Ain't goln' to vote at all," granted the old man. "What, not exercise your duty as a patriotic citizen?" 'Patriotism be hanged I A man's patriotism Is really what he considers bis Interest to be. You fellers know that for years I've watched the trusts reachin' out, legally, Illegally, bribln', corruptin', as the case required, to rob people. You know how when tbey want a Judge they buy him; when they want a legislature they buy It. They was tryln' to buy the gov'ment o the United States, but they run up agin somep'n' stronger'n they was thelr selves. They got persecuted under the law. "Then my patriotism was bollln'. I seen a chance for honest men to get their dues. I seen the time comin' when all the money a man could earn needn't go Into beef and oil ud be plenty as bad whisky, and we cud all live on what we used to live on afore the trusts sucked the life outer us. "I thought this was patriotism. It wasn't. It was nothln' more'n klckln' agin the other feller glttln' the better of us. If anybody'd give me money to pay for things I wanted and have a good sum left over I wouldn't 'a' kick ed. I'd kicked the feller that tiled to interfere with the system. How did I find that out? I'll tell y My brother Dan went to New York when he was a boy to go Into business. Now he's a stockbroker. "Waal, Dan he was alius wrltln' me to come down to the city to see him, an' last summer I went. He's got a big house 'n' ots o' hired help. I asked him if there was much preju dice agin the trusts In New York. He didn't say nothin' except, 'Oh, you're a trust buster, are ye?' I hadn't been called by that name before, and I didn't like It nor his way o sayin It 'Well,' he went on, 'If you stay here long enough we'll take that out o' you.' Never, I said. 'I'll never lose my rev erence for law, for equity, for Justice and above all the poor, who suffer from bavin' to pay exorbitant prices for what they need.' "I used to loaf down in Dan's office durln' the daytime. There was alius a lot of fellers there lookln' at a click In' machine they called a 'ticker.' It told 'em what their stocks was a Bellln' at When their stocks went up they larfed; when they went down they looked sour as green apples. One day John told me that a pool whatever that was was a-goln' to put up 'Blood sucker Oil' an' If I wanted to mnke some money he'd give me a chance, All he wanted was some margin, as he called it that Is, a per cent o' the cost o' the stockr-just as a matter o' form. I wrote a check on my bank for the amount, and before the Ink was dry on the paper he told me the stock was boughten. "Bloodsucker Oil went up and up and up, and my profits went up with it Then news come that the company had been fined enough money to buy must o' the farms In this yere state. I saw my profits wiped out, and then most o the money I'd give Dan for that blamed margin was wiped out too. All the fellers around the 'ticker' begun to howl that the gov'ment was rulnln' the business o' the country. And what d'ye think? When Dan told me that if my stock went down a few more per cent he'd have to sell me out an' I'd lose all I put in I jest riz up and I cursed and I swore. 'Consarn a gov'ment that'll Inter fere with what It don't know nothln' about! These attorney generals and judges bed better confine 'emselves to punlshln' men for hoss stealln'. The Bloodsucker Oil company has bee cheapenln' kerrysene for years, an' now a corrupt set o' men who want to turn the country Into an empire like Roosla air tryln' to stop 'em. It's a conspyracy to rob the people and make 'em pay more.' "The men around the ticker didn't any of em pay any attention to what I was sayin'. They was all swearln' at the administration theirselves ex cept one man, who says to me, he says: " 'But, my friend, don't you want some power able and ready to see that the men who manage the compa ny whose stock you own don't wreck it and swindle you?' " 'No I says; 'I don't. What good's the stock to me if my margin is all et up and I git sold out?' "When I started for home, a ruined man, gratin' my teeth and cussin' the gov'ment, Dan he handed me a check, smilin. 'I didn't buy you any Blood sucker Oil,' he says, 'but when I saw the decision of the court flnin' the company I sold some shares short for Jou. . Your profit is 87,600. Here It is.' ' "Waal, now I was out of it I could feel the patriotism oozln' right back Into me, tinglin' in my fingers, my toes and my ears. 'Y' calls me a trust buster, Dan,' I says, 'an' I am. I wish 'they'd fine Bloodsucker Oil all Its cap- ital, an you'd sell it all short for me.' I 'But when' I "got home and thort it all over I made up my mind that I couldn't conscientiously consider my self a patriot any longer. You fellers kin do the votln'. I'm goln' to stay at tome." ARNOLD VAN HORN. . Palace. Harry Tracy, Portland, Oregon; Harry C. Hall and wife, Pines; Wil liam Hyndman, Alamosa, Colorado; William Hogrefe, JeBsie White, Stan ley; George F. Castro, Denver; John Redlngton, Alamosa; Mamie Q. Sulli van, Cornelia Burke, Dawson, E. B. Garcia, Springer; W. E. Garriso, 'Las Vegas; Maggie J. Bucher, Las Veg as; Emily Schwachkin, Mrs. Jennto Bennett; Viola Glass, Gara Coulber, Eula Thatcher, Mabel Beufer, C. E. Grover, A. D. Hoenshel, C. O. Fisher, Raton. Claire. , O. T. Nye, Mcintosh; Fred Gregg, Mesllla Park; Lester C. Barton, Chi- fncn' Aiirnrn stroot Son Mot-olol- T W. Scott and wife, Monte Vista, Colo rado; J. P. Gonzales, Ablqui; Mrs. E. W. Dillon, Mcintosh; Alice Wilkinson, Kimball, Nebraska; W. A. HInes and' i m a. v i i . v" n r 1 and wife, Clayton; Ethol Crum, E. L. Thorn, Pecos; Walter M. Taber, Glorl- eta; M. H. Wood, Abuquerque; A. L. Harroun, Kansas City; F. E. Hyde, Jr., ' Putnam, K D. Chavez, Belu; Blaz Sanchez, Wagon Mound,Augustin San doval, Taos. Norma.ndle. A. Motschman, Ch'cago; J.P. Lavollo, Alamosa, Colorado; John Knippel, Denver; Frank Hoi comb, Buckman; A. F. Dawson and wife, Denver; R. E. Conbos, Durango, Colorado; Carlos Chavez, Pueblo, Colorado; Frank Ar- j anda, Las Truchas; J. D. McAdams, Carrolton; W. E. Harris, Silver City; j a. u. Anaerson, uarnzozo; miss Mig- gason, Mrs. A. Maupm, Mrs. J. M. Bazer, Mrs. Lena Edridge, Avery Oliv er, Daisy Murphy, 12. K. Grahiin, Ala mogordo; Mrs. Mollle Rowe, Emma Parrett, Estancia; Miss Ola Gilbert, J R. Neet, Torreon; Charles L. Burt, J. W. Campbell, Mountainair; D. C. Collins, Harry L. Cooper, Henry E. Tarr, Stanley; Frank Larrlllos. Lamy. Coronado. A. T. Cochran, Chicago; M. D. Es qulbel and wife, Tierra Amarilla; Gre- gorita Esquibel, Espanola; L. W. 'John son, James Welch, Butte, Montana; Ed B. Jackson, Denver; Cosme Herre- ra, Espanola; R. E. Hill, Kennedy; C. H. Lee, Cowles; J. P. Quintana, Po- Joaque; Miss Rucker, Texico; A. S. Martin, Hydro, Oklahoma; Oren Tracy, Ganta; G. G. Crickett, Las Cruces; W. S. Berry, Glendale, Ohio; Porflrlo Gallogos, Las Vegas; Juan S. Ameida, Encino; NIcomedes Arondo, Willard; A. Sapsosnikow, Las Vega3. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, A, F. & A. M. Regu lar communication first Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. R. H. HANNA. W. M. .LAN 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. 8PITZ, H. P. ARTHUR SELIGMAN, Sec'y. Sant . Fe Commindery No. 1, K. T. Regular conclave Becond Saturday In each month at Masonic Hal; C. J. CRANDALL, E. C. H. F. STEPHENS, Recorder. Santa Fe Lodge of Perfection No. 1, 14th degree, Ancient and Accepted Scottish 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, 14, Sec. ml , it ! 7:30 p. m, i I. O. O. F. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 2. I. O. O. F.; meets every Thursday evening In Odd Fellows Hall, San Francisco Street Visiting brothers welcome. MAX KALTER, N. Q. LEO HBRSCH, V. G. DAVID L MILLER, Sec'y. When the Stomach, Heart, or Kid ney nerves get weak, then these or gans always fail. Don't drug the stomach, nor stimulate the heart or kidneys. That is simply a makeshift, Get a prescription known to Drug gists everywhere as Dr. Suoop's Res torative. The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak Inside nerves. .Strengthen these nerves build" them up with Dr. Shoop's Resto rative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come. Free sample test sent on request by Dr. Shoop, Ra cine, Wis. Your health is surely worth this simple test. Sold by all dealers. B. P. O. E. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 460, B. P. O. E., 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. SENA, Sec'y. FRATERNAL UNION. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 259, Fraternal Union of America. Regular meetings rst and third Mondays In each month at 8 o'clock p. m., Odd Fellows' Hall, San Francisco Street. Visiting Frat ers welcome. M. E. ORTIZ, Fraternal Master. GREGORIO RAEL, Treas. DAVID GONZALES, Sec'y. "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 where they are up-to-date in everything. A trial will convince you. DIRECT OUTE The Mining Camp of Colorado, Utah and Nevada; To Denver, Colorado Springs and ' Pueblo is Via the Denver & Bio Grande Railway I Through the fertile San Luis valley; aUoto the San Joan country of Colorado. For information as to rtUe, train service, des criptive literature, etc call on or address 8, K. HOOPER, Q. P. A T. A. Denver, Colo. F. H. MciRIDE, Agent Santa Fe, N. M. J INCORPORATED H. B. Cartwright & Bo.t WHOLESALE GROCERS Grain. Flour and Potatoes. Stationery, Patent Medicine and Grocers' Sundries. PRQMPT ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDER8 a SANTA FE, N.M Adverttsmir. pays.. Try it and see. in need of any v V thing on Earth ty a NEW MEXICAN WANT AD. 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