SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1913.
QKjgMktefctgiHOW TO SAVE
We Have a New Supply of
Daisy, Crown, Imperial and
Butter 35c lb.
Efs, 35c doz.
Try This Free Prescription
Do your eyes give you trouble? Do
you already wear eyeglasses or spec
tacles? Thousands of people wear
these "windows" who might easily dis
rense with them. You may be one
of these and it Is your duty to save
join eyes before it is too late.
THE PARCEL POST WILL
IF MEALS HIT BACK
AND STOMACH SOURS.
THE STAMP CAN SOLVE NOT ONLY THE
HIGH COST OF EGGS BUT THE HIGH
' Pape's Diapepsin" ends Indigestion.
Gas, Dyspepsia and Stomach Mis
ery in five minutes.
If what you just ate is souring on
your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch
COST OF ALL OTHER FARM PRODUCE i Bas " eructate - undigested
j food, or have a feeling of dizziness,
'heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste
By ROGER W. BAUSON'. j1( mouth and stomach headache, you
The (Noted Kconomist, Business btatisti-;can Ket blessed relief in five minutes,
I eyes are neglected more than any
jKiU ;her organ of the entire body. Af
ter you finish your day's work you sit
jdown and rest your muscles, but how
ii bout, your eyes? Do you rest them?
You know you do not. You read or
, do something else that keeps your
eyep busy; you work jdtr eyes until
iynu go to bed. That is why so many
ll-au.l .,1 Put nail nvaa (In..!!, r.4li..
CAPITAL COAL YARD
PHONE 85 MAIN.
SWASTIKA LUMP FACTORY WOOD
CERRILLOS LUMP SAWED WOOD
STEAM COAL CORD WOOD
ANTHRACITE COAL, ALL SIZES.
Montezuma Avenue, near A., T & 5. F. Railroad Depot.
clan ana wanner.; j Ask your pharmacist to show you
During the past ten years or so tlie 1 the formula, plainly printed on these
muckrakers have been busy. In city fifty-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin,
after cily and in town after town they then you will understand why dys
have uncovered crookedness in the ad ! peptic troubles of all kinds must go,
ministration. They have uncovered so j wny they relieve sour, out-of-or-much
crookedness that the rest of us ,ur stomachs or Indigestion in five
have come to the conclusion that mjmites. "Pape's Diapepsin" Is harm
graft Is something which is confined i . ,;s; tastes like candy, though each
to public places. But is there no(,,se will digest and prepare for as-
eye troubles that threaten partial ,lul P'"""5 pmcm: u i m 1 1 .uniauon into me Diooa an me iooa
(.r total blindness. Eyeglasses are (considering. ; cu eat; besides it makes you go to
merely crutches; they never cure. I Suppose the mayor of a town should I the table with a healthy appetite; but,
Thlc free prescription which has bene- appolnt his brother police commission-: v hat will please you most, is that you
filed the-eyes of so many may workip'': nis daughter's husband, fire com-1 v. ill feel that your stomach and intes-
i fjual wonders for you. I'se It a short jmissioner; his uncle, superintendent tines are clean and fresh, and you
time. Would you like vour eve troubles iof "ie water works; and put his son in v ill not need to resort to laxatives or
10 disappear as if by magic? Try this jcliarge of the street cleaning depart-1 liver pills for biliousness or constipa-
! Inscription: Go to the nearest wide-P611'' How long would it take before j i't.:i.
awake drug store and get a bottle of j,ie sood citizens would hold an indig- j Tiiis city will have many "Pape's
Optona tablets; fill a two-ounce bottle ""tit"' meeting? I Diapepsin" cranks, as some people will
.villi warm water, drop in one tablet u would not be long. No city in call them, but you will be euthusias
i'.nd allow it to thoroughly dissolve. America would stand that kind of. tic about this splendid stomach prep
With the liouid bathe the eyes two era ft. . Li ration, too, if you ever take it for
to four times daily. Just note how Yet Pic'k UD ,lle letter head of a indigestion, gases, heartburn, sour-
(ii'kklv vour eyes clear up and how 'Private corporation and what are you ness, dyspepsia or any stomach mis-
N 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 all 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
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD CO.
MISSOURI-PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN & SOUTHERN CO,
WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
SHORTEST LINE TO
DrNVER, 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.
soon the inflammation will disappear.
Don't be afraid to use it; it is abso
lutely harmless. Many who are now
iMind might have saved their eyes bad
I they started to care for them in
jtime. This is a simple treatment, but
marvelous! effective in multitudes of
caf,es. Now that you have been warn-
eu, don t delay a day, but do what
I you can to save your eyes and you
jure likely to thank us as long as you
jlive for publishing this prescription.
FOR BIG BANQUET
To Salt Lake City and Pacific Coast
Points Denver & Rio Grande
Western Pacific Railway-Trie 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.
Iteming, N. M., Dec. 8. The gener
ous people of the city have arranged
to give all poor people who are wor
thy some remembrance at Christmas
time. The Graphic will receive the
cash subscriptions for the purchase of
necessary articles, clothing and food
and such other girts as will be neces
sary, and Secretary Pennington of
I the Adelpbi club will receive gifts of
i clothing, groceries and other things
i that are donated at the Adelphi club
j rooms. The movement has struck a
ivery popular chord and will work in
.harmony with the public schools where
ithe practice has been in vogue lor a
number of years. The schools have
done this generous act at holiday sea
sons and Thanksgiving times as well,
j Adjutant General Herring who will
accompany the governor to the cham
ber of commerce banquet tomorrow
evening, is very desirous of organizing
a national guard, and it will be very
easy to ascertain the necessary num
ber which is only 68, Including offi
cers and non-commissioned officers.
The term for enlistment cannot be
less than two years.
State Engineer Jas. A. French, Hugh
H. Williams, chairman of the state
corporation commission, Col. Ualph E.
Twitchell, president of the San Diego
exposition commission, Lieut. liobin-
likely to find?
It usually reads something like this:
Quiucy Persimmon, president.
Quincy Persimmon, Jr., vice presi
dent. Persimmon Quincy, treasurer.
Howard Lemon, secretary.
The presence of Howard Lemon in
this select family circle is somewhat
puzzling until one learns that Pivnella
IJmncy Persimmon la the wife of llow
ri3 Lemon. Then all is clear.
To be sure, the general manager
of the concern, who is the man to sef.
Get some now, this minute, and rid
yourself of stomach trouble and indi
gestion in five minutes,
THEIR PALMY DAYS
ARE ALL GONE NOW
L. A. HUGHES,
,';on and Lieut. Hensley of the IT, S. A,
Washington, Dec. S. It's pretty
'ough to be a member of congress
It was hard enough when it became
n any matter of special importance, 'eceiuiy inai mere wouiu dc no
is a. man named Hobbs or Smith or railage appropriations this session and
Hogan, but it soon happens that tli" ,nat tne exigencies of the public wel-
salary of the general manage:- is jus' rare required congress to cut out the
about what it costs young Lmon i" .Christmas recess.
r,m his motor for one year. The work : The crowning indignity though was
is not all done by the family, but the i thrust upon members when it was
big salaries are all in the family. learned that the disbursing officers of
The Persimmons own a good den' .congress hold that under the income
of the stock, but they do not own ii jtax law the tax to be paid by states
all. They don't even own half of it, imen would be "collected at the
but they have what is called a vothr; source." In other words it will be
control. By means of this control they J deducted from members' compensa
keep themselves in places where theition before they are paid off.
salaries are good and growing better, i
f'ometimes they make new place:;
wjjtru ji ie neues&ajy iui me pruprr
support of the family. For instance. !
the offices of secretary and treasurer
were both held by Persimmon Quincy
until young Howard Lemon won his
wife. Then it was found necessary t
livide the work, and Lemon was made j
Has there ever been an American
.nayor who has dared to run his city
r.s this private corporation is run?
In their leisure moments the fVr-
RAIDS OWN HOME
HIS TO SPITE WIFE
Philadelphia, Dec. 8. To spite his
wife, it was testified, William E.
Shanklin, a negro policeman, raided
his own home and arrested several
men, with whom he had been playing
cards a few hours before.
That testimony was given by Mrs.
Shanklin, when she had her policeman-
Simmons, the Qulncys and the Lemons "uau"u airaignea in desertion court
are constantly advising their fellow S.he 8ald the raid ou llieir M took
citizens of the danger of permitting an place abolIt tI,ree weeks with "er
American city to advance one step , """ "--uuu.g me ramers
.oward the sort of municipal work Mrs- Shanklin said her husband got
rOTHINO 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.
CORRICK LIVERY BARN
NOBBIEST OUTFITS IN THE CITY
Buggies and Saddlers a Specialty.
Hacks and Baggage Transfer. Prompt Attention end the Best
of Satisfaction Ouaranteed.
104 DON (JASPER ST.
Telephone 9 W
C. L. POLLARD,
R. J. CRICIITON,
Manager & Treasurer.
Lumber and Transfer Co.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Shingles, Cement, Plaster, Roofing and Build
ing Materials of Every Description.
AGENTS fthe FAMOUS DAWSON COAL
GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS AND STORAGE
Your Business Soliciied."33
v hich is done by a great many foretell
cities with success. The reusm
against this is given as the graft in
To say that there is more graft in
Die average city government than
'are the latest ones to accept inviia- jihere is in the average private Corpora
tions to the chamber of commerce tiou is demonstrably untrue,
banquet Tuesday evening. Likewise, '
E. T. Plowman, manager of the Har
The county assessor, Joe Stump, has
just brought in a very fine well on his
farm east of the city. The depth to
water is only 18 feet, and the total
depth of the well is but 70 feet. From
this well a No. 5 pump this well de
liver 900 gallons per minute.
J. E. Maxwell of Gault, Calif., J. T.
Graham of Amarillo, Tex., are investi
gating conditions in the Mimbres val
E. II. Bridenstine of Iowa City. Ia.,
arrived today to investigate the lands
that will be sold at auction by the
state next Monday. Frederick Muel
ler of the land commissioner's office
at Santa Fe is busy showing prospec
tive purchasers the many excellent
sections of land that are offered for
"mad" at her in the course of the card
game and threatened to "pull" the
house. Shortly afterward he went
out, only to return with several other
cops. Judge Carr ordered him to pay
$4 a week for his wife's support.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
TUB DIAMOND no AND. X
Phone 100 and 35 W.
Foot of Montezuma Ave.
NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE
ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO.
'The West Point of the Scuttwesf.
Ranked as "Distinguished
Institution " by the U S.
Located In the beautiful Peoot
Valley. 1.700 feet above tea level,
uoshine every day. Ooen air
work throughout the entire aea
lon. Conditions for physical
and mental development are
IDEA L such as oannot be found
elsewhere In America. Four
teen office and Instructors, all
iradnates from standard East
ern colleges. Ten buildings,
modern In every respect.
E. A. CAHOON, President.
J. E. RHEA, Vice-President
J. P. WHITE. Treasurer.
JOHN W. POI, Secretary.
W. A. FINLAY.
Far particulars and illustrated cats
COL. JAS. W. WILLSON, Snpt.
BLUE BLOODED RAT.
A PLEBIAN HOLE
New York, Dec. 8. Miss Margery
Maude has lost her Murida.
Just how it was that Murida other
wise a plain rat was turned loose on
the unsuspecting town is a mystery.
So are its present whereabouts.
At the Vanderbilt Hotel, where Miss
Maude and her father, Myril Maude,
the actor, are staying house detectives
and managers are reticent. They will
not even admit that they have tried
cheese to tempt the rat back.
This Murida is said to be the most
distinguished in existence, barring
only six others, who are the boon com
The temperature yesterday was
from IS to 40; the average relative
humidity 80 per cent. It was a clear,
cool but pleasant day.
The temperature Saturday was from
22 to 41; the humidity, 73 per cent.
At 8 a. m. today the mercury stood
18 in Santa Fe; in other cities as fol
Amarillo, 22; Bismarck, 18; Boise,
24: Cheyenne, 16; Dodge City, 24; Du- j
rango, 14; Flagstaff, 20; ".rand Junc
tion, 28; Helena, 22; Kansas City, 22;
Lander, 4; Los Angeles, 52; Modena,
18; Oklahoma, 24; Phoenix, 50; Port
land, 30; Pueblo, 4; Rapid City, 26;
Roseburg, 38; Roswell, 22; Salt Lake,
30; San Francisco, 44; Spokane, 26;
Tonopah, 32- Williston, 24; Winne-
mucca, 18. 1
Highest temperature this date last I
year 33; lowest, 13. Extreme this I
jdate, 41 years record, highest, 55 in
1871; lowest, 6 in 1891. I
For Santa Fe and vicinity: Fair to-!
night and Tuesday, not much change j
in temperature, j
For New Mexico: Tonight and i
Tuesday fair, not much change in '
The barometer is high over the en
tire western country this morning, al
though the pressure decreases some
what in southern California and
southern Arizona, with conditions
favorable for the formation of a low
area. Clear, cool weather is general
Lstdicil Aili -r Uraulit for i
I'hl-cliM-terB Diamond randV
rills in Red and tiold iticulliAV
boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon.
Take no other. Bur of roar "
Urnnkt. Ask for rill.rilfcH.TRR
IHAMONO II It . Nik PILLS, for BS
years known as Best, Snfest. Always Reliable
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Ther . . . .
and dear friend is to tend a picture of yourself
as a Xmas present. We are independent of
daylight. Sittings at night.
THE GRAY STUDIOS
ZPITOZLnTE! 162 J".
J?m7,ul "ll "elu" ueeroorn iree.ibut no verv low temperatures are re
Sir Herbert gave Miss Maude theported and the tendency under clear
Murida which was one of seven that lsbieSi ls for higher day temperatures,
a friend brought to him from South ivn nrinititinn h nmirrcd rt'
America. Liti t - .
fair, pleasant weather in this section
over Tuesday, with little change in
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that con-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made'
by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure ls taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. . Price 75
cents per bottle. Sold by all Drug
Take Hall's Family Pills for constl-
GET THE HABIT!
We have the Most
Complete Line" of
Xmas Candles and
Tree Decorations to
be had in the City.
Come early and get J
your pick at the !
most reasonable of
FRESH SHIPMENT OF
A New Lot ol the World
ASK FOR TICKETS SHIP YOUR FREIGHT
FROM SANTA FE
To El Paso, Bisbee, Douglass and all points in
New Mexico, Arizona, Mexico and to the Pacific
Coast, via NEW MEXICO CENTRAL to Torrance thence.
Elds For Penitentiary Supplies.
Bids for fuViucuiuB s;: mouths' sup
plies for the state penitentiary will be
received until 9 o'clock a. m., Tue
day, December 9th, 1913. Supplies
conaits of groceries, meats, clothing,
leather, grain, etc A list of these
supplies with conditions and blank
proposals will be furnished upon appli
cation to the superintendent.
By order of the Board ot Peniten
JOHN B. McMAKUS, Supt.
Dated: October 14th. 1913, Santa Fe.
Route tffip West
For Rates and Full Information, Address.
EUGENE FOX, G. F. & P. Aft, El Paso, Texas.
Pop Corn That Pops!
FULL LINE OF
GERMAN XMAS CAKES!
New Mexican Want
bring results. Try-it.
MULLIGAN & RISING,
License Numbers, M-47. Day or Night Phone, IJO Main.
Next Door to Postoffico.
Buy For ash !
And we will show you how much you can save. Espe
cially should you do this with your
Hay, Grain Flour
Give us a trial and let us show you. Guaranteed
Pure, Clean and Wholesome.
THE SANTA FE HAY AND GRAIN CO.
M. O'CONNELL, Mjcr., - - Calisteo and Water Sts.
Phone, Main zou.
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