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ISN'T A MAN EASY?
LIVE . STOCK IS CHINK
J. C. BALDRIDGE
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the longest, most economical; full measure.
BTJILDIXO PAPER Always In stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement.
Paint. Glass, Bash, Door, Etc. '
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALnCQTJT.RQCE, NEW ITRX.
AT TOP OF
317-319 S, Second St.
Prices For Wool. Lambs and
Cattis Are Good This
While Waiting Deportation.
Annual Output of Santa Fe
Prisoner Is Unbalanced
by Fake Stories.
Gold and Copper
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
BECOMES HIE PRODUCES
INSANE IN TWO MILLION
San Angplo, Tex., July 26. The
sheepman Is on top again this yenr.
so far ns prices for his wool ore con
cerned. In some localities. It Is true,
because of the rains holding bnck.
litmhs hal to be sacrificed In order
to save the mother ewes, but so far
that has been about the only draw
back connected with the sheep and
wool rrowinn Industry this season,
find sheepmen are generally feeling
go'i.i over the situation.
The demand for wool Is active, and
operations around San Angelo and
other wool centers during the past
two weeks indicate that buyers are In
sight for practically everything they
can find that looks like good wool.
Prices are better than were paid last
year. It being currently reported that
the bulk of the best wool sold at San
Angelo brought about 24 cents per
pound, tt insures a nanasoine margin
of profit ror tne proaucer.
Ran Angelo, Lam pasts and Kerr
ville are the principal wool markets
of Texas and Albuquerque and Kos-
well of New Mexico and the plan pur
sued by the producers generally is to
concentrate their clips at one or tne
other of these points In anticipa
tion of the coming of buyers. It Is
reported that something like 6,000,
000 pounds have been sold so far
this season at Kan Angelo, and it Is
believed that there are something
like 2,000,000 pounds now on sale
at Kerrvllle and 3,000,000 pounds, at
Albuquerque. The wool concentrated
at Lampasas was sold earlier In the
season, and brought 23 cents per
pound, which was two cents less
than the same quality of wool sola
for last season at that point. The
claim Is made that the wool produc
ed in the Lamnasas country is the
best grown In Texas, and If that Is
the case, it would appear the lam
rasas wool growers were perhaps a
little but hasty In turning their wool
Wool growers say there has been
an unusually heavy pressure from
the east this year to induce them to
consign their wool to eastern markets
on commission and a considerable
quantity has gone east in that man
ner. But there are a great many
producers who did not take kindly
to that suggestion, and they concen
trated their stuff at the local mar
kets where It has been looked up by
eastern buyers and it is believed that
better prices have been obtained by
forcing the buyers to come out Into
I'se I,av lis (Tub
When the live stock interests of
the country were making a fight for
the extension of the 28-hour law, it
was believed something was being
accomplished that would greatly re
dound to the interest of the live
stock Industry, but there was one
feature of the situation that was en
tirely overlooked. During severa
years of the not very remote past
the live stock shippers and produc
ers have also been engaged in a very
stiff fight with the railway Interests
of the country over the time con
sumed In getting live mock shipments
to market, and just at the time' when
It appeared they had this fight won
they unwittingly placed a club In the
hands of the railways in the exten
sion of the 28-hour law, with which
the railways are beating the desired
reform to death. In otner words,
since the passage of the law amend
lng the original measure by extend
ing the time live stock may be kept
In transit to 36 hours upon the con
sent of the shipper, the railways
have been consuming the limit hi
lowed by the law. and this is causing
some lively efforts at the Instance o
the Washington authorities to call
them to strict account
A cleansing, clean, cooling, sootn
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GIRL OF 14 WEDS
BOY OF SAME AGE
Knoxville. Tenn., July 26. In the
presence of relatives and neighbors
and attended by six of their school
friends, Willie Richards and Klla
Urook, aged 14 years each, were
married at the residence of Squire
J. W. Brown nt Thorn Orove. The
marriage united the youngest couple
ever wed In this state with their par
ents' consent, and the wedding at
tendants are the youngest on record
The attendants were Mnyme MoCar
thy, 14; Frenchle Barber, 13; Scot
tie Nipper, 13: Joe Benson MeCarty
13: Harriott Adcock, 14, and Fred
Adcock. 13. The bride carried
bouquet of sweet pens and each o
the bridesmaids carried bouquets.
There is no other part of our physical system upon which so much
depends as upon the blood. The muscles, nerves, bonis, sinews, skin, and
other portions of the body are sustained, developed and enabled to perform
their different duties, because they are supplied with nourishment and
healthful properties through the circulation. In various ways the blood
becomes contaminated and polluted. A sluggish, inactive condition of the
system, and torpid state of the avenues of bodily waste, will leave the refuse
and waste matter of the body to sour and form uric and other acids, which
are absorbed into the blood and Rheumatism, or some itching, disfiguring
skin disease is the result. Muddy, sallow complexions, eruptions, splotches,
pimples, etc., all show that some humor has taken root iu the circulation
and rendered it sour and unfit for nourishing the body. There is scarcely
any disease which cannot be traced to the blood. Often the disease-tainted
blood of parents is handed down to children and their lives are a continual
battle against disease in s-ome form, usually of a scrofulous nature. Rheu
matism, Catarrh, Skin Diseases, .Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Wood Toison,
etc., are all deep-seated blood troubles, and until this vital fluid is purified
they cannot be cured. For all blood diseases S. S. S. is the best remedy ver
put upon the market. This great medicine is made of roots, herbs and barks
of recognized blood-purifying and building-up properties. It goes down into
the circulation and removes all poisons, impurities and humors, supplies
the blood with the healthful properties it needs and completely cures blood
diseases of every kind. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism. Catarrh, Scrofula,
Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood I'oison, etc., because it
purifies the blood. Uook on the blood and medical advice fr;e
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Yuma, Ariz., July 26. Huddled up
n one corner of the Yuma Jail weep
ng and refusing all food, sits Tong
Lock, his mind all but gone, ami fast
becoming the mere shadow of his
former physical self.
Tong Lock is a young Chinaman,
about 22 years of age, who was ar
rested by Chinese Inspector W. A.
Braize last Lecember, for being un
lawfully in this country. Several
times his trial was postponed, each
time on motion of Lock s counsel, to
obtain time for getting evidence
from Pocatello. Idaho, where the
Chinaman's father was then in busi
Finally in April, the case came to
trial before I'nlted States Commis
sioner C. H. Vttlng, at Yuma, and
Lock was ordered deported.
Waiting for More Prisoners.
It has been the custom, however,
of United States Marshal Daniels at
Tucson, whose duty it is to deport
such allents as are ordered deported
to wait until a sufficient number have
been secured to warrant making the
trip to Kan Francisco. This is why
poor Tong Iock is a starving luna
tic today. No Chinese have been de
ported from the Yuma district since
last April, and this unfortunate ce
lestial has thus languished lc Jail for
Lock was a nice appearing China
man, showing evidence of considera
ble Intelligence, when he was Im
prisoned, but knowing that the court
had ordered him sent home, and
waiting In vain, day after day, week
after week and month after month
for the summons to go and listening
to 'the awful stories his fellow pris
oners have Invented, one that he was
to be hung, another that he was to
be sent to Los Angeles and beheaded
listening until he must have be
lieved of late spurning all food, hay
ng eaten n I most nothing for more
than a week, his mind has gradually
sunk under the terrible weight, and
today Tong Luck may be said to be
crazy a crying, demented child
arraid of life and afraid of death.
Attorney C. L. Brown was employ
ed a few days ago, by, friends of the
poor young fellow, to look after his
Interests. Brown has written Mar
shal Daniels. informing him of
Locks awful condition, and asking
him to attend to the deportation at
once, unless .this is done the attor
ney proposes to Immediately take the
necessary steps to compel the au
thorities to liberate the prisoner.
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"I am so delighted with what
Chamberlains Salve has done for me
that I feel bound to write and tell
you so," says Mrs. Robert Mytton,
457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My
little daughter had a bad burn on
her knee. I applied Chamberlain's
salve and It healed beautiful v.
This salve allays the pain of a burn
most instantly. It is for sale by all
ISanta Fe. X. M.. Julv 26. The fol
lowing have been appointed notaries
public by Acting Governor J. W. ltay-
Fred Le Min, of Alamogordo, Otero
county; Lucius K. McUaffey. of Itos
wel, Chaves county.
CoriMtratioii AMiiit Now Agent.
A certificate of amendment to the
articles of Incorporation of lel Uoy
Copper Mining and Smelting com
pany, the headquarters of which are
at Alamogoixlo, has been filed in the
ottlce of the territorial secretary. The
only change made is in the appoint
ment of a new agent upon whom
process can be served as provided by
law. John K. I)eMler, of Alumogor
do, Is designated as the new territor
Transferred to Houiidury Work.
A. J. Abbott, Jr., who has been
employed as a ranger on the Jemez
national forest, has been transferred
to boundary work, according to In
formation given out today at the of
fice of Forest Supervisor Jloss Mc
Millan. Abbott will be employed on
the national forests emlracing the
district of Xew Mexico. He Is a son
of Judge Abbott, U. 8. attorney In
New Mexico for the Pueblo Indians.
AMintet U. 8. Court I'oiimiliMoiicr.
Judge Edward A. Mann, presiding
Judge of the sixth Judicial district
court, has appointed W. U. Hawkins,
of Moritoya, Quay county, as U. S.
court commissioner of the sixth Judi
cial district. Mr. Hawkins, who was
a resident for somp time of Portale?,
Roosevelt county, has recently moved
Santa Fe. X. M., July 26. The
Santa Ke Gold & Copper mining
camp, situated In the San Pedro
camp. Is now producing nt the rate
of 2.0U.IMKI pounds a year. The com
pany resumed business last Febru
ary after a long Idleness. An offi
cial of the company states:
NMth our present smelting capac
ity we are producing at the rate of
2.O00.000 pounds of copper annually.
Our smelter contains only one fur
nace and we have Just given orders
for additional Jackets whereby the
capacity will be increased from
tons ua at prestiit to about
Our ore Is running about 4
cent copper and gold and silver val
ues extracted are equivalent to ap
proximately 2V4 cents to the pound
INwr TrniisM)rtatlon I aollltUx.
"We are no better off as regards
railroad facilities than formerly. We
are forced to take our matter from
the smelter and transport it over a
wagon road to the Santa Fe Central
railroad for shipment to the refinery.
There are no Indications that any
body desires to finance the construc
tion of a spur to the mine from, the
Kanta re Central and consequently
we shall hnve to continue the present
method of hauling."
The official continuing stated that
It was too early to say whether the
Santa Fe mine was "earning its own
board." Considerable diamond drill
ing is going on at the property which
will entail considerable expense as
will also the construction of the ad
ditional furnace capacity.
The company's last annual report
showed cash In banks at the end of
the fiscal year to be $140,000 and nt
that time it was stated that this
amount would be sufficient for pre
liminary development and operating
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Los Angeles, California
Tour friendship and patronage la appreciated. Courtesy and
attention to guest Is a pleasure to us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe
better than ever. Location convenient and desirable.
Depot and beach line car
AT. . HALL, Proprietor
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ing, Pulley, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Column aaJ Iron
Front for Building.
mmpmtr on Mining mnd mill Maohlnory m mflmlty
Foundry east aid of railroad track. Albuquerque, N. M.
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120 West Railroad Avenoe
atop at the Hollenbeck door.
and Machine Works
Wines, Brandlu. Etc.
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