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SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913. TRY THESE - THEY WILL PLEASE YOU FRESH OYSTERS, COVE OYSTERS, OYSTER COCKTAIL SAUCE, SWEET RED PIM1ENTOES, WALKER'S RED HAT TOMATOES, DYER'S BAKED BEANS, ORTEGA'S PEELED GREEN CHILI AND NEW COMB HONEY. INTER GROCERY CO. PHOITE 40. MOTHER! IS CHILD'S STOMACH SOUR, SICK 7 CAPITAL COAL YARD PHONE 85 MAIN. eoal iRffE Wood SWASTIKA LUMP FACTORY WOOD CERRILLOS LUMP SAWED WOOD STEAM COAL CORD WOOD ANTHRACITE COAL, ALL SIZES. Montezuma Avenue, near A., T- & S. F. Railroad Depot. If Tongue Is Coated Or If Cross, Fev erish, Constipated Give "Cali fornia Syrup of Figs." Don't scold your irenui, peevish child. See if tongue 1b coated; this Is a sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with sour waste. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stom- lathacho, indigestion, diarrhoea, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of ! Figs," and in a few hours all the foul waste, the sour bile and fermenting i food passes out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child again. Children love this harmless j "fruit laxative." and mothers can rest j easy after giving it, because it never j ft' lis to make their little "insides" clean and sweet. Kp it handy, Mother! A little given today saves a sick child tomor row, but get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a 50 cent bottle of "Cali fornia Syrup of Figs," which has di- j rections for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on the j bot tie. Uemember there are counter- feits sold here, so surely look and I see that yours is made by the "Cali- fcrnia Fig Syrup company." Hand back with contempt any other fig sj rup. HUERTA HAS TO BE PRESIDENT TO LIVE SO SAYS ADJUTANT HUNTER OF SALVATION ARMY, WHO HAS LIVED SIX YEARSTN OLD MEXICO, AND WHO SAYS MADERO'S SUC CESSOR IS GAINING IN POPULARITY. PILES LARGE ALL OVER FACE FesteredandCametoHead. Scratch ing Made Sores. Caused Disfig urement. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Face Now Clear. QUIET REIGNS IN MEXICO CITY NOW CATTLE PRICES ABOUT DEMING THE DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD CO. MISSOURI-PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN & SOUTHERN CO, WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. SHORTEST LINE TO DFNVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, Where Direct Connections are Made FOR ALL EASTERN AND SOUTHERN POINTS TRAVELERS TO THE EAST will find every want anticipated in the modern high-class service provided by the through sleeping car routes to St. Louis over the Missouri-Pacific-Iron Mountain. THROUGH LINE To Salt Lake City and Pacific Coatt Points Denver & Rio Grande Western PacificRailwav-The Royal Gorge-Feather River Route, acknowledged to be the Scenic Line PAR EXCELLENCE of all America. FOR INFORMATION AS TO RATES, ETC., CALL ON WM. M. SCOTT, T. F. & P. A., 244 San Francisco Street, Santa Fe,N. M. L. A. HUGHES, President. C. L. POLLARD, Secretary. J. CRICHTON, Manager & Treasurer. Lumber and Transfer Co. (INCORPORATED) HEADQ,"U"AHTEBS OR LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Shingles, Cement, Plaster, Roofing and Build ing Materials of Every Description. AGENTS TeE FAMOUS DAWSON COAL GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS AND STORAGE llJF Your Business Solicited.' Phone 100 and 35 W. Foot of Montezuma Ave. UNITED STATES BANK ft TRUST GO. Does a General Banking Business. JMMtt titttMMlllllllMttnmitllMIUllllllllltlinilHIMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIUIIIinilMIIIIIHIlllllS f Your Patronage Solicited 5MMIHHMMIIMIIIIUIIIItlllHlllMIIIIIMMIIIlll"l'"l"'"tMIttlllMIIIMIMIIIItimmtir N. B. LAUGHLIN, President. JW. E. GRIFFIN, Cashier. J. B. LAMY, Vice-President. HAND-PAINTED CHINA Showing decorations to delight the eye are now displayed at my store. There are articles to appeal to everyoneSteins, Smoking Sets, Tobacco Jars, Card Cases, Vases, etc. The prices are reasonable. Please call to see the China Articles before the best pieces have been sold. H. C. YONTZ, JEWELER, SAN FRANCISCO STREET. Deming, X. sr., Nov. 22. Commis sioner J. W. Phillips, one of the chief slock buyers of this region has just concluded his shipments of cattle to. Linger & .Mallon, of Denver, and is very much gratified that during tbo present shipment he has billed out steers and stock cattle principally a little better than 12500 head, averag ing in value $.10 each, making the snug sum to the raisers of cattle $375, OOfl or better. Mr. Phillips is of the opinion that the prices next year will be even better than this, although the range at present is perhaps a little be low the standard, the loss of cattle has been very light, and will be lighter still during the coming season. Mr. Phillips is a large breeder and raiser of cattle himself and very familiar with live stock throughout this part of the state. Albert Lindauer who has a very large cattle ranch between Deming and Faywood, is experimenting in the fattening of cows for the market on cotton seed meal and the coarsest kind of hay for rough feed, At first he gives each cow 1 1-2 pounds of meal twice a day; later, increasing that amount to 2 1-2 pounds. By this process it requires from eight to twelve weeks to fatten stock for the market. Mr. Lindauer suggested to the secretary of the chamber of com merce today that the large amount of feed stuff raised by our farmers might be utilized in fattening cows for the beef market, and further suggested that he would be willing to furnish cows to those who would care to fat ten them for market purposes and j take his pay for the cattle at the time of sale for such market purposes. He jBaid that by feeding a little cotton I seed meal as suggested, that it would take the farmers from CO to 90 days J to put them in condition for the butchers block. Rapid progress is going on in the completion of the Burro Mountain rail road by the Phelps-Dodge company, and in the next two or three weeks the track will be ready for the rolling stock Into Tyrone, following which will be great activity in that section of the mountain world. The work will be pushed as rapidly as possible around the site for the big mill, as the company is very anxious to open up that mining Bection. When this is in full running order and the camp is thoroughly established the freight bus iness over the E. P. & S. W. will be a very important item. The matter of erecting the passenger station at the present crossing of the Southwestern and Southern Pacific, or whether the company will join with the Union sta tion down town has not yet been definitely settled. The citizens of Deming would very greatly appreciate having a union station for its large passenger traffic, and it is to be ser iously hoped that arrangements will be made whereby the Southwestern will occupy the same passenger depot as is now occupied by the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe, as with the in ci eased amount of passenger traffic it would be a mater of great conven ience to the traveling public, and save the trouble of a transfer from one sta tion to the other. C. D. Latteruer, of Porkerville, Mo.; I, W, Taylor, of Galena, Kan.; Harry Neid, or Denver Colo.; E. J. Smith, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Fred Schwertener, of Miles Texas, and J. H. Helweg, of Miles, Texas, are here for the purpose of investing in Mimbres valley lands. A number of the party has already purchased land, others will. It Is I probable that the entire party will purchase before the end of the week. Jas. W. Norment, a prominent bank er of Santa Fe, is looking over our school lands which will be offered for sale at public auction December 8th by Commissioner Ervien, of the state land office of New Mexico. C. S. Hart, a prominent cattle man of Portales Is spending a few with J. W. Phillips. "Huerta has to slay ou the job as president or dictator or whatever one wishes to call it iu Old Mexico or be shot. That is the situation in a nutshell." So declared James Humer, adjutant of the Salvation Army, who for six years has been in charge of the Sal I vL-tiou Army score of workers in Old : Mexico. Mr, Hunter, attired in a blue uniform, arrived ill Santa Fe ou a brief visit, after inspecting the Salva- j tion Army corps in Arizona. ' "I knew General Diaz Porfirio Diaz, and liked him," said Adjutant i Hunter. "He was kind to our army. Huerta, iu my opinion has learneu something from the Diaz regime. Huerta. like Diaz, is an Indian. He knows that if he laid down his powei and his arms he would be ussassi nated before he got out of the palace. He has to stay on the job to live. Peo pie in Washington do not seem to uu dtrstand that feature of the situation. "But matters could be worse in Old Mexico. With but little popularity w hen he took over the reins of govern 1413 K. Groinssce Ave, Saginaw, Mich. "Cuticura Hoap and Ointment curod me of a very bad disease of the face without leaving a scar. Pimples broke out ail over my faco, rod and large. They festered and came to a bead. They Itched and burned and caused me to scratch them and make sores. They said they wore seed warts. At night I was restless from Itching. When the barber would shave me my face would Weed terribly. Then scabs would form afterwards, then they would drop oil and the so-called seed warts would come back a:;ain. They were on my face for about nine months and the trouble caused dis figurement while it lasted. "One day I read in the paper of the Cuti cira Soap and Ointment. I received a froo k unple of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and it was so much value to me that I bought a rake of Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuti cura Ointment at the drug store. In about ten days my face began to heal up. I kept on using Cuticura Soap and Ointment and in a very short time after, the scabs dropped off the red spots where they were vanished also. My face is now clear of the warts and not a scar is left." (Signed) LeKoy C. O'Brien, May 12, 1913. Cuticura Soap 25c. and Cuticura Ointment 50c. are sold everywhere. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston." WMon who shave and shampoo with Cu ticura Soap will flncUt best for akin and scalp. BLOWS OFF HEAD WITH SHOT GUN Anecleto Contreras, an old and re spected citizen of Rio del Media, com mitted suicide yesterday by blowing off the top of his head with a muzzle loading gun loaded with buck shot. The act is supposed to have been committed in a fit of temporary aber- ment, Huerta is steadily ascending in j ration, although the old man had been the regard of both the army and peo pie. I think he will rally all classes, all factions to his standard, in time. ' Adjutant Hunter declares that in his opinion Huerta had no hand in the as sassination of President Madero. Quiet In Mexico City. Do not think that all is chaos in Mexico City," re continued. "People dewn there are attending to their bus iness much as they used to do. For eigners and natives are going about their dally affairs as thought there were no great conflict. I think quiet will be restored nil over the republic if Huerta can maintain his grip which seems to be growing daily more firm. If he should step down, certain it is that Old Mexico would see strife far bitter than that now, confronting the republic." Adjutant Hunter admitted that It was getting too warm down in Old Mexico for his workers; that preach ing salvation was accompanied ouly under great difficulties just now. "Most of our workers turned revolu tionists," ho added, with a smile. After spending a couple of days here Mr. Hunter will go to El Paso where he will rep'de until the temperature in Old Bijieo cools down a bit. j This morning the adjutant spent several hoiuw calling at the chamber of commerce and asking information about Santa Fe, and New Mexico. He seemed much impressed with the An cient City. Asked if he would lecture here, he said that he might do so if invited. ill with stomach trouble for about four months. He had also had some cor respondence with the interior depart ment because is Tiis small holding claim, his name had been spelled wrongly in his final proof application. This also had worried him. Contrearas was about 65 years of age, and leaves a son and three daugh ters. 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For quick results, BE PREPARED to take care in the best manner possible. Below you will find listed the good things we offer to make your Thanksgiving Dinner a joyous one: FRESH FRUIT Strawberries, Blackberries, Persimmons, Peaches, Imported Malagas, and California Red Grapes, Florida Grape Fruit, Florida and Louisiana Oranges, Jonathan, Grimes, Golden. Wine Sap, Black Ban and many other varieties of Apples. FRESH VEGETABLES Cauliflower, Green and Wax Beans, Spinach, Radishes, Califor nia Head Lettuce, Parsley, Soup Bunches, Cucumbers, Green Onions, Mangos, Celery. ROOT VEGETABLES Beets, Turnips, Carrots, Ruta-Baga, Parsnips, Sweet Spuds, Onions, 'Cabbage, Hubbard 8quash, Fine White Spuds. NEW NUTS English Walnuts, Black Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, Hickory Nuts, Chestnuts, Peanuts. ALSO Dates, bulk. Dromedary Dates, Imported Symrna Figs, Washed Figs, Cooking Figs, Cluster Raisins, New Seeded Raisins and ; Currants, Pop Corn. j BLUE POINT OYSTERS IN THE SHELL . ' SELECT AND STANDARD BULK OYSTERS. FRESH LIVE LOBSTERS. ! POULTRY I Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Hens and Springs. ' FRESH FISH 1 Salmon, Halibut and Barracuda. 'j SMOKED FISH jj White Fish, Salmon, Herring. j MEATS Kosher Meats, Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veai, Spare-Ribs, Home-made Sausage, Wienerwurst, Pigs Feet, Brains, Smoked Tongues, etc. Swift Premium Hams and Bacon. CHEESE Cream, Brick, Limburger, Roquefort, Imported Swiss, Edam, Pineapple, Blue Hill, McClaren's, Imported Camembert, Neufch atel, Pimento, Roman Crosse and Blackwell's Parmasan. THE MODERN GROCERY CO. EGG PRODUCERS Green Cut Bone and Meat, $3.50 per cwt. Oyster Shells $2.50 " " Meat Scraps, '....$ .05 " lb. Ground Charcoal, . . . $ .03 " " Poultry and Stock FoodComposed f QE -of rwi of Corn, Bran, Oats and Alfalfa, ?l.7j pu IYH. GORMLEY'S GENERAL STORE I LSQHX I IN THESE DAYS OF MODERN METH ODS, Electricity plays a most impor tant part. The grandfather would be amazed at the radiance of the mod ern home and why ail this light ? To make the home more homelike to make the home the most pleasant spot on earth for father, mother and children. Good light that is easy on the eyes is very much to be desired. PO W E R NOTHING IS QUITE SO CONVEN IENT as to touch the button and your stove is ready to cook your iron ready to use, your toasted ready for the hurried breakfast, your vacu um cleaner ready for the fray, your washer ready to cleanse, fan ready to cool the heat ed rooms. Electricity will do every thing for you. We furnish it at reasonable rates, day and night' Estimates and full infor mation cheeerfully given. SANTA FE WATER & LIGHT CO. MULLIGAN & RISING FUNERAl DIRECTORS License Numbers, fii-47. Day or Night Phone, 130 Main. 'Next Door to Postoffice. CORRICK LIVERY BARN NOBBIEST OUTFITS IN THE CITY Buggies and Saddlers a Specialty. Hacks and Baggage Transfer. Prompt Attention and the Best of Satisfaction Guaranteed. 104 DON GASPER ST. Telephone 9 W FOR TICKETS SHIP YOUR FREiGH I FROM SANTA FE To El Paso, Blsbee, Douglass and all points In New Mexico, Arizona, Mexico and to the Pacific Coast, via NEW MEXICO CENTRAL to Torrance thence. 11 L 3 U Best MIS , East iSSIIISf or 'West For Rates and Full Information, Address EUGENE FOX, G. F. & P. Agt., El Paso, Texas. COMING ! In a few days we will open A FIRST-CLASS S TUDIO'flt 249 San Francisco Street 'under the personal supervision of Mr. Gray, Watch for the opening announcement. THE GRAY STUDIO NEW MEXICO'S LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER. Santa Fe Albuquerque little ".WANT."