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PAGE TWO SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, I WE Ai j WD BROKE RE PREPARED i u icirvv uii t ui an Aiuas ui uci s, large or small, on Candy, Fruits, Nuts, Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks, Oysters, Extia rancy Holly, Wreaths, AND OYER A TON OF. XMAS CANDY AT THE RIGHT PRICE. WINTER GROCERY G FEIOHST-H! 40. GOVERNOR'S UISIT. ! CATTLEMEN MEET) KE MAY BE WASHINGTON'S NEW SENATOR THE STORY OF OLE HANSEN'S STRUGGLE FROM BOOT BLACK AND PEDDLER IS LIKE FICTION. Special Correspondence). ! Seattle. Wash., Dee. 20. Washing ton is getting ready to send another ; Hull Moose to keep Miles Poindexter jconipuny in the senate. Miles now ; holds the distinction of being the only one on the job. but he will probably jhave to share the honor with Ole Han !sen in 1013. Oli! is one of the leading real CAPITAL COAL YARD PHONE 85 MAIN. 1 Hd m?TAAiL WOOSJ 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 The Denver & Rio Grande RAILROAD COMPANY. Christmas and New Year Holiday Excursion Fares FROM all stations on the Denver & Rio Grande and Rio Grande Southern Railroads in Colorado and New Mexico TO all stations on the Denver & Rio Grande and Rio Grande Southern Railroads in Colorado and New Mexico. ALSO FROM all stations on the Denver & Rio Grande Railroaod to all stations in COLORADO on the following lines: CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY R. R., CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RY., COLORADO & SOUTHERN RY., COLORADO MID LAND RY., FLORENCE & CRIPPLE CREEK RY., MISSOURI PACIFIC RY., SAN LUIS SOUTHERN RY., UNION PACIFIC R, R. FARES One first-class one-way fare for the round trip to all points on the r & Rio Grande Ft. R. o all points on above Foreign Lines mentioned, the fare will be by the use of one first class fare for the round trip to Pueblo nver plus fare and one third, Pueblo or Denver to destination. . of Sale, Dec. 23d, 24th,25th and 31st, 191 J, and Jan. 1st, 1914. Return Limit, January 5th, 1914. FOR INFORMATION AS TO RATES, ETC., CALL ON M. M. SCOTT, T. F. & P. A.. 244 San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, N. M. ll'GflES, President. C. L. POLLARD, Secretary. J.CRICHTON, Manager & Treasurer. Lumber and Transfer Co. (INCORPORATED) HEADQUARTERS FOR LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Shingles, Cement, Plaster, Roofing and Build ing Materials of Every Description. AGENTS fotrhe FAMOUS DAWSON COAL GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS AND STORAGE g, LV Your Business Solicited.3 Phone 100 and 35 W. Foot of Montezuma Ave. NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE R0SWELL, NEW MEXICO. 'The West Point of the Soutlwest. Ranked as "Distinguished Institution " by the U S. War Department. Located In the beautiful Pecos Vallejr,l,700fcetatoveaea level, sunshine every day. Ones sir work throughout the entire ses sion. Conditions tor physical snd mental development sre IDEAL such as cannot be found elsewhere In America. Four teen officers and Instructors, all graduates from standard East ern coheres. Ten bui:dlnsSi modern in every respect. elects : E. A. CAHOON, President. t. E. RHEA, Vice President J. P. WHITE, Treasurer. JOHN W. PO, Secretary. W. A. FINLAY. Fer particulars snd Illustrated cats orue. address, COL. JAS. W. WILLS0N, Sopt. I I OJ.E HANSEN. Itate operators in Seattle. town 11 years ago flat broke. Thereby hangs a little yarn Ole. Too much speed or a loose rail sent i the local for Macon, Texas, into the ditch and in a twinkling, several cars and a nondescript engine were 'scrap ped.' A column of smoke replaced the cloud of dust as it cleared away. Frantic survivors dragged injured com panions from the wreckage. Among the rescued was an itinerant merchant and his family. . A beam had fallen across his back Carlsbad, N. M., Dec. 20. A large party of Carlsbad people went to Ar- tesia Wednesday morning in autos to j meet Governor William C. McDonald and Adjutant General Harry T. Her ring and escort them to Carlsbad. They were here to inspect the headquarters of the 1st battalion and Company B of the 1st Infantry of the New Mexico national guard. A luncheon was given at the Bates. During the afternoon the governor was shown the country find Irrigation works. In the evening Major K. P. IJujac gave a dinner in honor of the governor and the art- jutant general. Inspection was held in I the armory at 8 p. m. Company II is ; in line shape, Capt. 'W. V. Dean hav j ing given much attention to the com-: puny. A reception In Hie Connuer- j cial club followed. A ball closed the i I program of the day. ' ! The winter term of court in Kddy j ! county opens January 3th. Judge O. j ! A. Richardson drew the jury for the ! ; term this week and nlso disposed of ; some minor cases. The grand jury j will convene January 5th and the I petit jury a week later. A largely attended meeting of cat ! tlemeii was held in the court house I Tuesday, about sixty being in attend i anoe. One of the matters up for con ' sideration was the perennial drift '. fence question. Every time there is a j I change in administration the situation ! becomes accute as the new officers I inutnriitlv nl'p nnf'imiliiai with pnnHI. I jtions. A committee was appointed to ! look after this matter. Another mat ter is also puzzling the cattlemen. The state owns a large amount of grazing ; land in Eddy county, hut so far the plains stockmen have been unable to get leases. j The Hartford company began drill ing for oil on Wednesday in McKit-1 trick draw, about 11 miles west of j Carlsbad. The machinery is new, be ing shipped from the east, and is working well. The Carlsbad Oil and Gas company is getting ready to drill. Senator W. H. Andrews will come in and he personally in charge of the i work of setting up the drill. John A. Hartshorn lias bought the ! holdings of I,, N, Hoag, east of Ma' aga. This taken together with the j land he already owned along th 1 ! Pecos river will make a fine location ! for a hog ranch. Mr. Hartshorn will ' frive hist jittpntinn tn the red hnnr pv. i clusively and manage his own place ! and superintend the alfalfa and hon farm of the Harroun Land company. He hit the just across the river. Mr. Hartshorn i owns about 200 registered hogs and about ; Mr. Harroun about 300. SCALY PSORIASIS ON IS AND LIMBS Small Dots Grew Larger, Scales Formed. Looked Horrible. Cuti cura Soap and Ointment Cured, Troop H, Oth U. S. Cavalry; Camp McCoy, Kparta, Wis. " I was troubled with psoriasis fur nearly two years. Por tions of my arms and limbs wore affocU'd mostly with it. It appeared in scaly form, hrcaldng out in very small dots and gradually grew larger and whilo scales formed when about tho sizo of an ordinary match-head. Tho looks of it was horrible, wliioli mado it vory unpleasant for 2i;o. It Itched a little at times. " I tried several remedies, but the troublo seemed to grow worse instead of bet ter, and tried several treatments which cured mo fjr a month, but it always broke out again. ( uc day a friend saw the advertisement of Cuticura Soap and Ointment in tho paper and I sent fur a sample. They helped mo, so 1 purchased two more boxes of Cuticura f ::iimcnt and some Cuticura Soap and tl.;.v completely cured me. It took three months fur Cuticura Soap and Ointment to complete my cure." (Signed) Walter Mahony, Oct. 22, 1012. Although the Cuticura Soap and Oint ment are most successful in the treatment of affections of the skin, scalp, hair and hands, they are also most valuable for everyday use in tho toilet, bath and nursery, because they promote and maintain the health of the skin and hair from Infancy to age. Sold every where. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-. Skin Book. Address post-card KCuticura, Dept. T, Boston." Men who shave and shampoo with Cu ticura Soap will And It best for skin and scalp. (LIGHT! BOUGHT 500 CATS AND PILE OF GOLD Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 20. Five hun dred stray cats, which had for years made their home within its walls, and a peck of twenty-dollar gold pieces, was the reward of W. G. Bailey, who purchased the dilapidated dwelling built In 1S40, which had been an eye sore in Wesson, Miss., for a score of years, and was reputed to be haunt ed. In tearing down the walls of the east wing workmen were thrown Into t panic when one room was opened which was almost full of cats. When the walls of the same room were torn away a rich pile of twenty- 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 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 bj desired. POWER 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, f an rc a iy to cool the heat ed rooms. Electricity will do every thing for you. We furnish it at reasonable rates, day and n'ghf Estimates and full Infor mation cheeerfully given. SANTA FE WATER & LIGHT CO. COWARDLY CROWD STANDS IDLY BY Detroit, Dec. ?0. Crowds on the sidewalk about him did not deter Fred Hamilton, from starting to beat his estranged wife when he met her at Gratiot avenue and Farmer street. After he had struck her several and he was paralyzed from the hips times Airs. Hamilton escaped from her dollar goldpieces was amounting to $15,000. revealed, Every Woman Is Interested and should know about the wonderful Marvel J?"15"" uoucne Askyrmrdrueetstfof rt. line cannot sup ply the MAKVEL, accept no other, but genu stamp ror oook. Marvel Co.. 44 .23.1 St.. R.T. 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. down. All their belongings were de stroyed and the flames formed a fun eral pyre for his youngest daughter. husband's grasp and ran througli Farmer street to Monroe avenue, where he overtook her. Hundreds I The doctor said there was no hope for 'ooked on, but no one went to the the injured man and he was taken to!wom"i's rescue until Andrew Roach, jhis home at Racine, Wis., to die. ja lrafnc policeman, pushed his way A few months later a camp wagon ,'hrough the throng. crept slowly westward over dusty Da kota roads. The driver divided his attention between the team and the strange figure of a man, who, support ed by a chain attached to a hoop under his shoulders, dangled from the end of a pole, half walking, half dragging in the rear. It was the itinerant merchant giv ing the doctors the lie learning to walk again. His face was tense with pain at times, but he joked with his wife and children about his queer mis-! steps. When he drove into Seattle 11 years ago after that five months' trip across j the plains, he was ragged, unkempt, ! and broke; but he no longer dangled from the hoop In the wagon. He had regained his health. Now he's a candidate for the. seat i of Senator Wesley h. Jones who voted j for Lorimer, and now seeks re-elec-1 tion. The wise ones see Jones' finish, for Ole always wins. Born 40 years ago in Racine, he started in business as a shoe black. He married at the age of 21. Both be fore and after his marriage he peddled from door to door all over the country, selling books .trinkets and little house hold Inventions. Then came the train wreck in Texas, and his trip to Seattle. The first night in town broke, he j bought a grocery store. Later he en tered the real estate business. He played the square game and never had I a lawsuit. j About six years ago Ole broke Into I politics. He walked into the office of a big evening paper, laid his picture on the editorial desk and asked for j the top half of the front page of the j next issue, in which to say that he was j a candidate for the legislature. I And If I am elected I will nose! every race track in the state where gambling is conducted,'" he added. ITn Cnt if. U'IK rt&r-lnil nnl I them. That's Ole. "Fight with me for a little while,! you big bully," invited Roach, and he waded into Hamilton. The erstwhile agressor was meek when the patrol came, a few minutes later. Hamilton, who is 35 years old I and a bartender, was held on a charge j of disturbing the peace. i LUMBER, LATH, CEMENT, WINDOWS, DOORS AND MOULDING T. J. SAWYER 22 San Francisco St. Phone 206 W SANTA FE, N. M. The .ffir as Best toiiffiaaiwiiMl or Route West For Rates and Full Information, Address EUGENE FOX, G. F. & P. Aft., El Paso, Texas. MULLIGAN & RISING, FUNERAl DIRECTORS License Numbers, 66-67. Day or Night Phone, 130 Main. Next Door to Postoffice. 1913 COTTON GINNED PRIOR TO DECEMBER 13. Washington, D. C, Dec. 20. Cotton of the growth of 1913, ginned prior to December 13, amounted to 12,923, 606 bales, the census bureau announc ed today. Round bales included num bered 91,683; Sea Island 69.312 bales. Ginning by states was as follows: Alabama 1,444.603: Arkansas 884,- 702; Florida. 63.032; Georgia 2.213,436; Louisiana 391.266: Mississippi 1,084, 584; North Carolina 706,252; Okla homa 791,623; South Carolina 276,402; Tennessee 340.546: Texas 3,267,340; all other states 99,760. Work for toe Neir Mexican. II I XMAS - XMAS Our line of Xmas Delicacies this year is the most complete we have ever had, and that means the best in the city. We are listing a few of the " Goodies " we are offering : CANDIES Christmas candies, 12 1-2 to 20c per lb. Huyler's Exquis ite Chocolates, 40c to $5.0 per box. Vassar and Nobility Choc olates, 35c to $2.50 per hex. DECORATIONS Tree decorations, tinsel, etc., from 1c up. Xmas Bells, from 1c to 20c for t e large ones. GREENS We will have a full Ine of Holly and Holly and Immor telles Wreaths, well-berried Holly In bulk, Roping Mistletoe, etc. ORANGES New Navels, 30c, 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c and 60c per doz. Per case, $3.50 FLORIDA GRAPE-FRUIT, 3 for 25c, 10c and 20c. IMPORTED MALAGA AND CA.IFORNIA RED GRAPES. GERMAN CHRISTMAS CAKE. LEBKUCHEN PFEFFEHNUS E German Nut Cakes. MRS. WARNER'S FRUIT CAKE. HEINZ AND BLUE LABEL PLUM PUDDING. CIGARS IN XMAS BOXES Osmundos, Tom Moore, Tiberius, Little Tom, Sierra Cruz and mary others. FANCY TOBACCOS IN GLASS HUMIDORS. EXTRA FANCY APPLES Jonathans, Winesaps, Gri.nes' Golden, Black Ben and others, $1.75 per box. NUTS Walnuts, Almonds, Filbers, Pecans, Black Walnuts, Hickory Nuts, Chestnuts, Peanuts, Etc. IMPORTED CLUSTER RAISINS, Smyrna Figs in baskets, Stuffed Figs and Dates In Glass. FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES We will have everything ob tainable in the Fruit and Vegetable line at this period of the year. POULTRY Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Springs and Hens. FRESH MEATS Beef, Pork, M tton, Lamb, Veal, Spare Ribe, Brains, Wieners, Pigs Feet; also full line of Kosher Meats. FISH OF ALL KINDS. OYSTERS, SEALSHIPT AND . THE SHELL. CHEESE AND DELICATESSA GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION We Guarantee Quality and Price on Everything That Leaves Our Store! GET THE HABIT! - GET THE HABIT I THE MODERN GROCERY COMPANY. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES ODE AND ONE-THIRD FARE For the Round Trip Between All Points on the A.T.&S. F.R.R.INNEW MEX., Also to All Points on the A.T.&S.F.R. R. IN COLORADO, Trinidad to Denver inclusive. Dates of Sale, December 23rd, 24th, 25th and 3lst, and Januaay 1st, 1914. Return Limit, January 5th, 1914. HOLIDAY RATES FOR STUDENTS IS TEACHERS For tho benefit of Students ami teachers tickets will be sold at rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip be tween all points in New Mexico, including Coast lines west of Albuquerque, on December 19th and 20th on condition that such parties present certificates from teacher or princi pal of the school, showing attendance at said school. Minimum selling rate, $5:00, return limit January 5th, 1914. For particulars, call on any agent of the Santa Fe. H. S. LUTZ, AGENT. Santa Fe, - - - New Mexico. I I working for you, for Santa Fe and th new state.