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3' h SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. PAUE 8EVP.Fi SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913. For Chilly Fall Days NEWMEXieO Bernalillo County. Gold Range Mining company. (Al buquerque) William Jenks, agent,! hied incorporation papers October SI. : The Joy Of Coming Motherhood A Wonderful Remedy That ia a Natural Aid and Relieves the Tension. I home. Jesus came to earth not to be i "ministered unto, but to minister," land as His bumble servants we would I serve men everywhere. Wntlicr's Friond, a ruinous cxternnl rrai- edi-, is the only one (mown that Is ablt to WOULD PREFER TO SLAP LIONS FACE WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION WANTS Capital stock is $10,000, and company) rvu all the dlffvrrnt parts Involvwl. It A Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater is the very thing to keep the house cozy and comfortable in the chilly days before the furnace is started. This year's new model Perfection has improve ments that make it the best heater evr made. Doesn't smoke doesn't smell. Easy to clean. Rewicking simplicity itself. Easy to carry wher ever it is wanted. THE CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY (Incorporated in Colorado) Denver Pueblo Albuquerque Cheyenne Butte Boise Salt Lake City starts business with $2,000 subscribed Grant County. Meerschaum .Mines on the Sapello River are closed down for an indeti- Inite period. I Placer Mining on Dear Creek, IS ; miles north of Silver City, is soon to i begin. A. H. Jacobs, of Salt Lake City, I is at the head of the project. Several weeks ago the dam that had been built across Hear Creek was washed ;out, but work upon reconstruction was Iccmmenced at once, i A party of Zinc men was in Silver ! City a short time ago inspecting 'property of the Empire Zinc company !at Hanover, and looking over the Ut- ter zinc property at Pinos Altos, but ! nothing definite was given out regard dug transaction with Utter for Cleve land group. In the parly were: J. A. Van Mater, of New York, head of THAN WED GIRL By J Toi Wa E. Chicago, Nov. 22. Captain W. itob :ert Koran, Secretary of the Adveutur-' ier's Club, did not iiuail when he faced ' ! lions and tigers in Eastern South' i Africa; captained 1 ho constabulary in Her Majesty's sarvice; followed Koose- is a penetrating application after the for- velt along the African game trails; mtila of a noted family unetor. and luhil- j,,ld , j0aonill, expedition into Belgian cates every muscle, nerve, tissue or tendon , 1 , , , , , . affected. It rocs directly tn the strained ; territory. In tact, he slapped the faces portions and gently but surely relieves all of the denizens (if the jungle, tendency to soreness or strain. j . By Its dully use there will be no pain, no But when an Alrtcan King endeavor distress, no nausea, no dimmer of laceration ; ed to wish upon him his dusky dniigh- tner acuucui, auu toe periou .11 w ouo , ....... .. ,iif,,.n, ,.,. The intrepid hunter, who had cufkd and asked to do FUR RENT Furnished room within one-half block from plaza. Reference requited. X. V. '.., V New Mexican. Volt" KENT 10 room house oppo site Elks opera house. Balh electric lights and range. O. C. Watson & Co. of sunn-rue comfort and joyful anticipation. To all yotmp women Mother's Friend la one oi rue tsrearest ni an nei pim ninm-ui-cH, ... . , , .h-.niH for it robs cliildbirth of all Its atiouies and :w"n llons. "H t"Pn,tnis, daniriTK. dlspelB all the duubr and dread, jtnem what they were going Compound. Here is her own statement. I ... ,.,,.,,., ,' FOR RENT Til toe or six room Gary, Maine.-' I feel ,t a du y I owe j fllrni)jlle(, or unfurnished. Ap- to all suffering women to tell what , nlv a , ml.ilzlti ,,, Slin Vtc.iCo. Lydta E. Pinkham's : J 1 Vegetable Com-I pound did for me. i WANTED An Industrious young One year ago I found jnuui to solicit insurance. The insur myseif a terriblesuf--Mice business affords a splendid in ferer. I had pains !ooun Experience unnecessary. Ad in both sides and dress. A. II. 0., I'! New .Mexican, such u soruies., i could scarcely I Active, ambitious men to sell execu- all sense of four, and thus enaliles the mind ; abont it, stammered, heuinied. hawed and body to await the greatest event in a . . .. . . , ., . . woman's life with nnlrammeled gladness, j '-a ,uol lMie the lojal lath- Mother's Friend Is a most cherished er upon certain points of pulchritude remedy m thousands or nonies, ami is or which Ihe ' f '1 I ff mothers. Write for it to-day, u-h oeeiillnr merit and value as to muke it mining department of New Jersey! essentially one. to be recommended by ail possess. Zinc company,; Arthur Thacher, of St Louis; B. A. Hoskins, of Mineral l Point, Wisconsin, zinc works: .1. K. ITroutman, Denver manager of Empire IZinc company; J. E. Dwelle, mining engineer, and C. T. Brown, New Mex ico representative of Empire com jpany. j Hardscrabbie (Pinos Altos) .T. T. Janes lias secured lease and will be jgin extensive work. Property has been I profitable In the past. I Bell & Wright (Pinos Altos) Les sees have a new hoisting plant on the; .workings, and will put it into opera-1 lion in a snort time. They are now straighten up at ; i onallv high class groceries direct to times. My back j consumers. ached, I had no ap-j Liberal advances on orders; our petite and was so ! ,., ,...,,.. hi ,,.. nor,.,ut nervous I could not sleep then I would I j ositions- best season at hand. be SO tirt'rl mornmi'-R tluit I r-fOlbl ainrin )r daughter was supposed lo ret around. It seemed almost. imonssi- ! Write the BIG HOI'SE today Write the BIG HOI SE today for Lie to move or do a bit of work and I i I't-i'ticulurs, naming county desired. women. . . i 4,i (-,,,iir iha ,,,,,.,, i,.n- unr.-... ' t'liiue-hr. I never wniil.l l. nli.ttoi.iin. i 'mnorlers. Manufacturers, Wholesale You will find it on sale at all drui; stores ' ..." , , . y ( at $1.00 a bottle, or the dniKKlst will (rlmlly ol reran volunteered lo marry the ; -1 submitted to ail operation. J com- i Grocers. get it for you if you insist upon it. Moth- dskv belle, providing Koran paid ihe rr.enced taking I.ydia E.Pinkham's Veg- ! JOHN S10XTO.V & CO., Chicago. 111. flllttmTaU? '.'Tt': iP'.-ltase price of three cows-exceed- stable Compound and soon felt like a j T lanla. Oa., who will send you by mad, ingly cheap for the daughter of a King now woman. 1 hud no pains, slept well, I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, waled, a very Instructive book to oxpeclanl . , ri,,..iu,1t,ri ,,. ,, ,,, i had Eood apnetite and Was tat, and ' Deiiartnient of the Interior. THE CHURCHES. NEWS OF THE STATE Got Bad Fall. i were bound over to the grand jury "Uud" Iamsberry arrived in this , i ney sam tuey weie not guuij. citv the latter nart of the week from the mountains, where he has ceivea wis monug mis is me miru been since he left Karmington sev- time that Pinard has used Mr. eral months ago. While driving Papen's autmobilg without obtaining r-uttlo iha fincb fin the saddle iind permission. Pinard is employed at was riding unfastened and in niak Cathedral Church. East Sunday after Pentecost. First Mass at 7 o'clock a. m. Second Mass at !:H0. Sermon English. i Third Mass at. .lfl;;!0. Sermon in i shipping two cars of high-grade ore to ! 1 , ' , . , , 1 EI Paso weekly. At 4 o clock p. in., Rosary and Bene-' Socorro County. ;"""""' I ,rifl .. ' First Presbyterian Church. Pacific Mines Co. (Mogollon)-Elec-j (.(ner (;rant trical equipment purchased several z Mc(,aMmlf!. Minister. Residence! months ago is now being Installed. ay j According to the information re-j ter supply has been established by j ."0h cme Uit us .K've ,n""k!1 nl ! East South African countryside, i Koran's confession the source ol merriment and badgering among his I fellows was made at the eleventh i meeting of the Adventurer' s Club. I Koran, in an illustrated talk of the 'African game trails, said he would I rather face a lion than an elephant and finally confessed to the greatest ! test of his career, and admitted that only when he was offered a Princess ,'hftd he quailed. ould do aimost nil my own work for n I family of four. I shall always feel I ; that I owe my good health to your med-! icine." Mrs. Havwaku Sowers, Cary, Maine. I If you are ill do not drag along until ! "..1 operation is necessary, but at once ! :ake Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable j Compound. V. S. Land Otlice at Santa Ke, N. M. Oct. 30, vm. Notice is hereby given that Cipriano Chavez, of Santa Ke, N. M., who, on Sept. 2d, 1908, made homestead entry No. 01315 for SE4 NW4 NE4 SW4 NW4 SE4 SW4 NE4, section 3, town ship 17 N., range 9 E., N. M. P. Meri dian, has filed notice, of intention to if you have the slightest doubt 'make five year proof, to establish that I.ydia K. Pnililiam's Yeirctn- claim lo the land above described, be- 8. the ing a quick turn to head a calf he was thrown off the horse, his arm and several ribs broken and other injuries sustained. Dad will remain here until he gets well and whole again. Farm ington Enterprise. ' Work Will Pick Up. Good progress is being made on the track laying on the branch line of rail road into the Burro mountains and it is expected that the track will be Into Tyrone in 10 days or two weeks. Fol lowing the completion of the railroad it is expected that there will be in creased activity in the new camp, al though work upon the mill cannot start until the grading of the millsite U completed. Chadwick and Deyo have a large, force -of men at work on this at the present time. Silver City Independent. the Papen grocery as a clerk. Accord ing to the charge, late, yesterday evening, with Kane, he decided to take a joyride. They secured the car and two girls, it is declared, and sped about the city until about 1 o'clock when the automobile broke down at the corner of Main avenue and Sixth street. Mr. Papen discovered his loss about this time and informed Night Officer Ward, who left the city hall, crossed the street and arrested the young men. The charge against the two boys is serious. Kane is employed at the State Hospital for the Insane as a foreman. Las Vegas Optic. sinking well In canon about 1-2 mile the Lord; for He is good and his from mill and installing electric pump mercy endureth forever. Sunday School 9:45. Fred McRride, I superintendent. ltni.n!n. 11 I. HI.... creasing number of bottles of Foley , 6 , t ""u' . , nQ,, t- r. j , ,j ... .. ! Wanted An Invitation to Enjoy a Thanksgiving Dinner." Junior Endeavor, ; p. ni. It is easy to understand why an In- Honey and Tar Compound is sold year ly. Thos. Verran, 2X6 Edward Street, Houghton, Mich., gives an excellent reason when he writes: "Foley Honey and Tar Compound has always proven an effective remedy, quickly relieving tickling in the throat, and stopping the cough with no bad after effects. t he capital Pharmacy. Increased Work. Valuable Relics. Some excellent specimens of his torical remains of the cliff dwellings in the canyons tributory to the Sapel- io river, were brought to the Enter prise office recently by Faris V. Bush jof this city, and B. M. Cartney of Den- ini nilin ntnva nnnnnnnrl litlrti tVl rt The brick plant is this week brn-j ; - - mfa ,n ing a large kiln of paving brick which digtrict are certain to find a ready market be- cause of the superior quality of the " evident hat one does not have Raton shale for paving brick pur. j o travel far into the upper Gida conn poses. The plant now has on hand a t0 J he wonderful cliff dwe I reserve supply of over 300,000 coniS which have attracted tourists to . , v i i i,oi mod the northern part of Orant county, mercial brick that are being ved pre.histor,c dwellings may rapidly because of et !ta found unmolested near the meer- u, ti uuuu. ,b j--.. h mines on the Sapello. the plant La running lull time for the r past severe' months. The manage-1 ment expects to be compelled to give WOMEN WANT EQUALITY AND WILL GET IT. Adult Endeavor (1:30. Subject "Is i Your Life Discontent or Praise?" Al-j berta Smith, leader. ( iEvening Worship 7:30. Theme "Wanted Some One to Accept a j Hearty Invitation to Dine." i Special music under the direction ! of Mr. Teare at both services. j No Thursday morning services on ; (Continued fium page six.) employment to a large increase in the plant's working force if the proposed plan for paving the business district of Raton is carried through to a suc cessful conclusion. Raton Range. Good Work By Girls. Several weeks ago the younger girls of the town organized a club and named it the Sunshine Club. An item in the paper to this effect was copied by several papers of the state. The girls were quite pleased with the at tention given them. They sold candy and ice cream and raised sufficient money to buy twenty-seven small chairs which they have placed in the Sunday school room for the use of the three primary classes. This was done by them in memory of Mrs. Roe who was their former Sunday school superintendent, and who had wished that this room could be thus arranged for these classes. The girls expect to continue their work and to use the money received in some such worthy cause. Columbus Courier. A Stolen Joy Ride. John Pinard and Tom Kane were arrested about l o'clock this morning by Night Officer E. C. Ward on the charge of larceny. The arrest was made at the request of John A. Papen. Pinard and Kane were out joyriding in Mr. Papen's automobile, which they had taken from the Papen garage un known to the owner of the car, it is charged. They were taken before Justice D. R. Murray this morning and waived preliminary action and P ANGER lUl IN WOMAN'S BREAST 1 VXifj MallLMPUCE IDS irf M.WAYS HMM DEEP la 1st MtMflT WO KILLS QUICKLY I Wfll Give $1000 If I Fail to Cure Also 91000 or Exoal Any Other Dr. Living, NO RniTB or rain No Pay Until Cured Written Guarantee, CHCtl HOP! OUT, MHM Wonderful Dleoevery J Any TUMOR or SORE ei LIP. PACE or I MTItaWOMWS BKBtliCflra nd very pofeonoui. 120-PAGE BOOK SENT FREE. TMtimontill ol Thouaan&i CURED fMrotteitiilad. So or Write to Some. DR. MRS. DR.CHAULEYSE.7SS Ub 747 Booth UeiaStrwt. txm Anjetei, Oil. UW0U MALttto to tOWONE WfU CANCER OrTI e.CR..?J5KL In one of the dwellings a blanket of cactus fibre was found and beside it a shock of tall grass that from the impression upon it must have been used for a pillow by these inter esting people. The characteristic frag ments of pottery and corn cobs were also found in these dwellings. Near the gigantic cliff was found a small piece of cement, such as was used in walling the dwellings, bearing the impression of a small hand. Silver City Enterprise. Mining More Active, The large Star drill that passed through Tuilarosa last Friday enroute for the mining property adjoining the property of the Tularosa Copper com pany at Bent, arrived at its destination and the work of drilling commenced on Thursday under the supervision of Mr. Orren Allen, of Salt Lake City and Denver. The richest ore yet en countered by the drilling of the Tula rosa Copper company property was found at from 335 to 351 feet and still in ore, a considerable portioii of the 16 feet being solid chalcocite or cop per glance. The representatives of the large copper interests of the na tion are now recognizing this .locality as the equal of any monzonite porphy ry copper district in the west and we may look for the rapid development of these properties. It is generally un derstood that the mining interests that are backing the drilling of the Allen group representing one of the largest copper producing companies of the United States. Tularosa is the shipping point of this mining section. Our climate is ideal for development work being car ried on. the year round, the water is ample and of the purest character, combined with an altitude of 5,800 feet and a good road with a gradual descent to the station of about 100 feet to the mile, and the production of fruit, grain, hay and garden products in the Immediate vicinity In abun dance, the location Is especially at tractive. Tularosa Tribune. to propose marriage to men even if so ciety gave them the right to offer themselves?" 1 said. "In the first place, they would not feel like asking men to support them. And then, of course, if a man should turn a wom an's proposal down, she would be hor ribly ashamed." "But why should she be ashamed?'' retorted the Joan of Arc of "emotion al equality." "Why should anyone be ashamed of expressing an honest pref erence? Why should she not care for a man all the more if he declined her proposal in the same frank spirit which prompted her to make it? Why, i'.' I had ever proposed to a man I'd simply love him all the more for turn ing me down if he didn't care for me! It is absolutely wrong for women to small ig" around with a longing miserable, wait-until-he comes" attitude toward i Alto account of the union services in this church Thursday morning. Every one i is cordially Invited. j "What shall I render unto the Lord J for all his mercies unto me?" Church of the Holy Faith. j (Episcopal). j Rev. Leonidas Smith. Rector. I Services Sunday. November 23rd J (Sunday next, before Advent). j 8 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:45 a. m. Sunday School and Bible Class. I 11 a. m. Choral Morning Prayer unu Beriiiun, ouuject, i.nurcn ana i State." The evening services begin next Sunday, November 30th, at 7:45 o'clock. A series of addresses on "Confirmation" will be given during the evening services in Advent (Nov. 30th, till Christmas; subject next j Sunday, "The Church Catechism.") Order of Music. Organ Prelude. ! Solo and Chorus -"Consider i HOTEL ARRIVALS. Dc Vargas. 0. C. Croke, Denver. A. W. Otterstien, Denver. H. L. Alurli, Denver. I. . S. Day, Denver. A. S. lioberson, City. J. B. I.evert, City. A, W. Harrison and wif Colo. H. A. Meudenhall, New Orleans. K. Speare, Albuquerque. R. E. Twilchcll, Las Vegas. E, L. Kern, Denver. Francis E. Wood. Albuquerque. F. M'ackpherson, Chicago. M. C. Applegate, St. Louis. E. S. Foreman, X. Y. C. H. Schwart, X. V. C. Joaehp Eldodt, Chamita E. F. Brown, Espanola. James Hunter, El Paso. .Mr. Murlie and wife, Minnesota. Roy Newman, City. C. A. Cnrnuh, Antonita. I. Sparks, Gallup. R. Meshler, Gallup. T. C. Tillotson, Roswell. L. Orendorf, Denver. ('apt. E. Do J. Boujac Carlsbad. Montezuma. Harold Pierce, Albuquerque. W. U. Maitland, Denver. J. C. Duncan, St. Joseph, Mo. Dr. Tnnnus, City. E. Jellinek', Philadelphia. Matt Brown, Sterling, Colo. S. M. Kenned. Los Angeles. C. Hampton, Los Angeles. Win. Dewel, Alamosa. W. H. Ritter, Denver. B. A. Nymeyer, Carlsbad. .1. R. Butler, Dnrango, Colo. A. U. Morrison, El Reno, Okla. ; t'lc compound will li-lyou,wrtle lrore the regis'. -r and receiver, U i lo Lydia E.Pinkliam Mcilit-hiPt'o. j, , otIi . s. ,., K x M OI1 (confidential) I. yiin, Mass., lor ad- i ' ' ' vice. Your letter will he opened, ,Jec- 1 " read and answered hv a woman, ; Claimant names as witnesses: rnd held in Ktriet confidence HODCARRlER HASIJ' $1,210 FOR BAIL Plaeido Chavez, Emilio Delgado Melquiados Martinez, Juan Montc'..a y Lopez, all of Santa Ke, N. M, FRANCISCO DELGADO. Register. New York, Nov. John O'Keefe. j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 1 14 years old, a hodcarrier, caused the : Department of the Interior, Silvci'tou, (Spectators in the municipal court toj United States Land Office. 'gasp when he produced a roll of bills; Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. 30 ,191". amounting to $1210 preparatory to . Notice is hereby given that the. t'ol j furnishing a cash bail of $:sun. There j Inwiui'-jiamed claimant has .filed no iwas also a gasp from Magistrate ! tice of his""ltlt"aiKij3, t mak final jSchnlz. j proof in support of his claim MMjjer, ' "That is mil stage money, Is it ?" sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3, 1891 (26 Stats., 854), as amended he inquired. "It's the real stuff," was O'Keefe j by the act of February 21, 1893 (2( answer. Stats. 470) and that said proof will. "And where did you get it?" the.be made before Juan C. Sandoval, U. magistrate wanted to know. s. Comr., at Cuba, N. M., on Dec. 9, "llodcarrying," was the reply. 11913, viz: John W. Akers of Santa O'Keefe w as arrested last night on Fe, X. M., for the lot 1, Sec. 8, lot 1 a warrant charging disorderly con-laud 2 and SW4 NW4 Sec. 9, T. 21 N, 'li ft. R 1 W., N. M. P. M. i He names the following witnesses Birmingham, Ala. A. F. Willis suf- j to prove his actual continuous adverse fered greatly from asthma and brm-, possession of said tract for twenty chitls. He writes: "1 got no reJtef, years next nreceatne the survev of the township, viz,: Reyes Lucero, Henrique Valriez, J. J. Salazar, E. A. Miera, all of Cuba, itintil J took Foley'B Honey and Tar jCoinpotind. It entirely removed those 'choking sensations, and never failed to produce an easy and comfortable eondition of the throat and lungs. I 'Ihe Capital Pharmacy. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, PUB LIC LAND SALE. Office of Commisisoner of Public Lands, State of New Mexico. Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. 27, 1913. Notice is hereby given that, pur suant to tne provisions oi an m-i ui aDd to offer evidence in rebuttal Congress approved June 20th, j that submitted by claimant. N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial rea son under the laws and regulations of the interior department why such proof should not be allowed will be given , an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross-ex- i amine the witnesses of said claimant of life. As for what you say about ask-1 and Hear Me," Pdueger ing a man to support her, no woman Miss Edna Abrahamson, Soloist should demand that under any cir- ; Processional No. 673 "I Heard the enmstances! She should be capable of i Voice of Jesus Say" Dykes supporting herself, and her prido jVenite Boice should keep her from offering her love (Gloria Patri Beethoven till she can do it, without putting Te. Deum Schilling juDiiate Nevln the Laws of the State of New Mexico, and the rules and regulations of the slate land office, the Commissioner of public lands will offer at public sale herself in the position of a mendicant. This would still save enough 'Clinging Vines' for the men who want them. A true vine would never be able to hus tle enough dollars to get out of the mendicant class and qualify for emo tional equality!" 'But surely you must admit," I be gan, for i was determined to make a last desperate stand for the conven tions of conservative courtship not that I believe in them at all myself "that a great many men prefer woman who crawfishes, who backsleps i that she may be pursued?" ! "Yes, there are such men," .Miss I Deviess admitted, sadly, "but modern womanhood has no use for that sort of shallow egotist:" Suddenly a gleam came into her soft, blue eyes, the curves of her very feminine mouth (Gloria Tibi tlarratt Introix Baritone Solo "Jesus the Thought of Thee" Porter Mr. R. L. Ormsbee. Sermon Hymn No. 636 "How Firm a Foundation" Reading Gloria Patrl Beethoven Offertory "Lead Kindly Light,' Offertory Sentence "Praise God NO CHICKENS PIGS fB fMDQ FfQ THPMit0 ine highest bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m-m Monda-v' the 19tn day of Janu" ary, 1914, in the town of Las Cruces, Wiiles-Bane, Pa., Nov. 22. Orders county of Dona Ana, State of New have been issued here by officials of j Mexico in front of the Court House the Delaware and Hudson Coal Coin- therein, the following described pany to the effect that all men who. ta f .n(j ,.jz are paid monthly by the company will j Tn. West half W (1-21 Section 36; not be permitted to keep chickens, Town8l,lp lfl Southi Range 2 W N . M. pigs, cows or other animals if they de sire to remain on the payrolls. No explanation is made by the com pany, but the one generally accepted by the men is that the expense ac- P. M., containing 320 acres, more or less; there are no improvements on this land, also the W 1-2 and XE 1-4 Section 3fi, Township 25 South, Range FRAXC1SCO DELGADO, Register. nnnl. ' '2 E., JV. At. P. containing acres OULIV . - .1,1,, .,, ,..l,ti, ihu i .... . uuuuio ui u.c ii-Mituijr more or less; the improvements on nnmnan ir ronn i paa ounn mun in nip. From Whom All Blessings Flow." lncl.easing ,ar, dur, Recessional Hymn-No. 6C1--A8 th , gQ B Pnnfa tho StQi-t" unnriol-cnlin L the;- n .1 j i Barn houses, mine and shop fore- uicd I uauuu. ' St. John's Methodist. The Home-Like Church Don Caspar Avenue. James M. Shimer, pastor. ( At home dally from 1 to 2 p. m. ex cept Sunday and Monday. Parsonage 135 McKenzie street. Phone 91 W. The pastor of this church will speak j men, men who distribute oil in fact, -all monthly employes, come under the ban. The rule applies to all the com pany's collieries in the anthracite field, PAIN IN BACK AND RHEUMATISM. Torment thousands of people daily. Don't be one of these sufferers when for so little cost you can get well rid ,as at fifty. straightened to a thin line of deter- j along educational lines at the morn- ruination, j ing service. His theme in the evening "The sooner we exterminate him j is. "Young People and Their Oppor the better," she ended, firmly. j tunities." The officers that have been i. (elected to serve the Epworth League LAXATIVE FOR OLD ifor t,lis conferenee vear wi" be in PEOPLE "CASCARETS." is,alled Publicly at the evening serv- ' i ice. At 9:45 a. m. the Sunday school Subscribe for the Santa r Men Mexican, the paper that boosts al: the time and works (or '.be upbuild ing ot our new 8tat Salts, Calomel and Pills act on Liver and Bowel like pepper acts Nostrils Danger! In meets to take up the study of Israel under the leadership of Joshua. C. L. Bowlds, Supt. The new superintendent is now in charge of the Junior Epworth League Get a 10-cent box now. Most old people must give to the i bowels some regular help, else they and we tru8l tnat a11 tne Parents will surfer from constipation. Tne condi-1 tion is perfectly natural. It is just as natural as it is for old people to i walk slowly. For age Is never so see that their children are at the church at 3 p. m. "My Greatest Cause for Gratitude" this land consist of one room adobe house, one well and fencing, total value $185.00, no bid will be accepted for less than $25.00 per acre, which is the appraised value thereof. The above sale of lands will bo sub ject to the following terms and con ditions, viz.: The successful bidders must pay to the Commissioner of Public Lands, or his agent holding such sale, one-tenth of the prices of fered by them resectively for the land, 4 per cent interest in advance for the balance of such purchase prices, the fees for advertising and appraisement and all costs incidental to the Rale herein, and each and all of said amounts must be deposited in cash or certified exchange at the time of sale, and which said amounts and all of them are subject to forfeiture to the State of Xew Mexico if the successful bidders do not execute a contract within thirty days after it has been SO DECEPTIVE. Many Santa Fe People Fail to Realize the Seriousness. Backache is so deceptive. It comes and goes keeps you guessing. Learn the cause then cure it. Possibly it's weak kidneys. That's w hy Doan's Kidney Pills are mallpiJ to them by the state land of so effective. nc( Bai(j contracts to provide for the They're especially for weak or dls j payment of the balance of the pur ordered kidneys. j cnage prices of said tracts of land in thirty equal annual installments, with NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, X. M., Novem ber 0, 19)3. (Republication) Notice is hereby given that Fran- cibco Mora, of Cuba, N. M., who made small holding claim No. 5277, serial Xo. 015207, for Lot 1, Section 21, Lots 4, 5 and ti, Section 16, Township 21 N Range 1 W., X. M. P. Meridian, ha filed notice of intention to make small holding proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Juan C. Sandoval, U. S. Commisioner, at Cuba. X .M., on the 1 2th day of December, 1913. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual, continuous, adverse possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the survey of the township, viz: Tranquilino Romero, Jose Andres Archibeque, Celso Sandoval, Felipe Salazar, all of Cuba, N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial reason under the laws and regulations of the interior department why such proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above- mentioned time and place to cross- examine the witnesses of said claim ant and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. FRAXCISCO DELGADO, Register. A cough medicine for children must help their coughs and colds without bad effects on their little stomachs and bowels. Foley's Honey and Tar exactly fills this need. No opiates, no sour stomach, no constipation fol- active as youth. The muscles are less elastic. And the bowels are "muscles. So all old people need Cascarets. One might as well refuse to aid weak eyes with glassas as to neglect this gentle aid to weak bowels. The bowels must be kept active. This is impor tant at all ages, but never so much of the cause. Foley Kidney Pills begin their good work from the very first dose. They exert so direct an action on the kidneys and bladder that the pain and torment of backache, rheu matism and kidney trouble is soon dispelled- The Capital Pharmacy. New Mexican Want bring results. Try it. Ads. always Age is not a time for harsh physics. Youth may occasionally whip the bow els into activity. But a lash can't be used every day. What the bowels of the old need is a gentle and natural tonic. One, that can be constantly used without harm. The only such tonic is Cascarets, and they cost only 10 cents per box at any drug store. (They work while you sleep. Here's a Santa Fe case. Manuel Dclgado, M0 Canon St , interest on nil deferred payments at ' lows its use. Stuffy colds, wheezy will be the topic for discussion at the j Santa Fe, X. Mex., says: "I was a: the rate of 4 per cent per annum in j breathing, coughs and croup aud all devotional meeting of the Epworth j sufferer from backache and got so advance, payment and interest due on j quickly helped. The Capital Phar- League at 6:30 p. m. The hours for morning and evening worship are 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. respectively. If I wanted to build up credit on the value of prayer, in the eyes of the world, I would come to the "Church Family" meeting on Wednesday even ing at 7:30 p. m. This is the church that is open ev ery night In the week. You are invit ed to use our rooms which are open from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. Good read ing; wholesome games and clean as sociations. We particularly desire to meet, get acquainted with and help so far as we may be able, those who have no religious connection or church bad that I couldn't work. I often had October 1st of each year, and such Smacy tc lay off for a week at a time. I tried other conditions, obligations, reserva different remedies, but had no bene- j tions aud terms as may be required ! fit. Finally, I got Doan's Kidney by law. j Pills and they were just what I need- j Each of the tracts as described here- j ed. They soon cured me. 1 recom- J in will be offered separately. The j mended Doan's Kidney Pills when . Commissioner of Public Lands, or his j they helped me so much and I am! Agent holding such sale, reserves the pleased to verify my endorsement. I j right to reject any and all bids at haven't needed any kidney medicine j said sale, Possession under contracts in three or four years, as the cure has ! of sale for the above described tracts lasted." will be given on or before October 1st, For sale by all dealers. Price SO; 1914. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Witness my hand and the official New York, sole agents for the United , seal of the state land office, this 27tb ' States. iday of October, 1913. j Remember the name Doan's and 1 (SEAL.) ROBT. P. ERV1EN, j take no other. t Commissioner of Public Lands. 1 LUMBER, LATH, CEMENT, WINDOWS, DOORS AND MOULDING 1. J. SAWYER 223 San Francisco St. Phone 206 W SANTA FE, N. M. V JJ--JJ V. I