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SOCORRO, - N. M.
I Idilio. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
(Graduate of the University of New
York City, 187n, anil fornier U. S.
Socorro, - New Mexico.
)R. C. (1. DUNCAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
J-7u1ri California street, nearly op
j file the pcsUfhce.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
R. E. P. BLINN
Soconko, - - New Mkxico.
PHYSICIAN AND SUR JEON.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
E. KITTRELL. Ukstist.
Socorro, Abcyta Block;
San Marcial, Harvey House.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
PRICKLY FEAR AS A FORAGE.
JAMES G. KITCII,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oflice iii Terry Block.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
pKEEMAN & CAMERON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Car'sbad. - - New Mexico.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Albuquerque, - New Mexico.
POHLE & PARMELEE
ASSAYFRS AND CHEMISTS,
f pacial Attcn'io l ;o Control d Umpira Work.
Ores test.-d to determine the. best
method of treatment. We have a
n-w thorougiily epuipped Latortory.
Over 30 years of practeal .xperienee
Prices and sample sacks free on
1627 Oampa St., Denver, Colo.
General o Merchandise
Gold. .5 .50 I Gold and Silver $ .75
Lead.. .50 Gold,silv's,.copp"r l.aO
Sample by M l recelv prompt attention.
Gold and Silver, refined and bought.
OGDEN ASSAY CO.
1713 Arp4hoe St. Usnver. Colo.
I'sed Ity- Hip (tllemen of the threat
Son Hi west.
"There is an old saying that
every created thing is in some
way useful, and I am beginning
to be less doubtful of it as I grow
older," said an Oklahoman in re
ply to a man who had been argu
ing that such things as tarantu
las, centipedes and rattlesnakes
never should have been put on
"Now, you fellows who have
never been on the plains might
say that the prickly pear cactus
was a foe to both man and beast.
I thought myself for a long time
that it was simply in the way,
but I changed my mind last sum
mer 'Ike' Pryor, known to every
cowman in Oklahoma, has a ranch
west of San Antonio, in which
are hundreds of acres covered
with prickly pear. The plants
grow taller than a man's head,
and so close together in places
that cattle and horses cannot
pass through them. A cow
pony soon learns to fear the sting
of the prickly pear. Should you
be pushing your pony pretty
hard in chasing a yearling and
suddenly run into a prickly pear
patch you are in danger of get
ting thrown unless watchful, as
the pony will do his best to jump
over the bunches ot bristling
nettles. If the plant is too tall
the pony will strike it with his
fore feet and crush it down until
he can leap over it without filling
his skin full of stingers.
"Now, if I should say that the
prickly pear, is one of the best
forage plants on the Texas range
you might think I was a liar,
but it would be the truth. In
western Texas the grass is some
times burned up with drought,
arid water becomes scarce. It
was seen that cattle were eager
to eat the prickly pear, which is
succulent and filled with juice,
but the nettles stung their
mouths and tongues until they
grew swollen and bloody. The
right man generally arrives, and
when he came this time he had a
compressed air gasoline torch
small enoujih to be carried easi
ly on foot or horseback. The
compressed air forced a flame
from a tube a distance of three
or four feet, making it easy for a
man to go into a prickly pear
patch with a torch and burn the
nettles from the plants as rapidly
as he could pass among them.
On the Pryor ranch one man is
able to scorch enough pear plants
to feed 200 head of cattle every
day. Thousands of cattle are
provided with forage in thismau
ncr in dry seasons. The plants
contain so much juice that cattle
seldom go to water. While the
prickly pear is not a fattening
food, yet cattle feeding on it
hold their own weight and condi
tion, which is as much as a cat
tleman should ask."
St Paul and many other cities.
In the legislatures of many of
the states the Socialists will have
members. They will be found in
board of aidermcn, and some of
the Democrats in Congress,
alarmed at the showing which
this species of radicalism has
made, will undoubtedly be found
to lean to the Socialist side.
It is evident that Socialism is
to figure with great prominence
in the presidential canvass of
1904. If they put upa candidate
with the eloquence and magne
tism of Debs, the nominee of
1902, they will probably be able
to poll a larger vote than any
minor party has yet roiled up.
Populism has disappeared, and
Socialism will be the third party
ot two years hence. Many of the
old Grecnbackers and Populists,
of course, will figure in the So
cialis party of 1904, but none of
these are likely to be in the front.
The party will be sufficiently
new in its leadership, it is safe
to say, to have the charm of nov
elty. This will be well for the
new radicalism, for the men who
were at the head of the recent
radicals those who supported
Weaver in 1880 as a Greenbacker
and 1892 as a Populist have be
come so stale and discredited that
their leadership would be sure to
kill any party which would again
be afflicted with it. Socialism
as a political force is growing
strong enough to command the
country's serious attention.
JUST WHAT YOU NLF.I).
BEST FOR THE
I Ton hTn't tv rrintlnr, hoaithr mornnl of ih
hoWi-li nfi-rjr (In v. you n HI or vlil Im. ki-cp yn.ir
how. f)trn. nm I lt wet I. K'rr. in t hp h n ik t'f t (n
lnt tIT'n or fiH -t mi, I il.iiiirt-rotit. 'I l annom h
raMii, lililí i, r way vi Herein um Do
Clvftraml ftan I lo tnk
L Vr V w v V V
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Cliiiinboiluin's Stomach ami Liter
When you feel dull after eating.
When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in
When your liver is torpid.
When your bowels are con
When you have a headache.
When you feel bilious.
They will improve your appe
tite, cleanse and invigorate your
stomach, and regulate your liver
and bowels. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by A. E. Howell,
Socorro; W. .M Borrowdale,
tlatn, rnlMf Mt. 1iilnt. Tuctf Gom1. r(lwid,
Kfvrr Sk-Limi, Vt';i);t'ii. or ;rl'. 10, mid IV
tier bo-. Wtttu for I run aautitic, ml booklet mi
If.lltli. Allf-rif1 o
rrnt.ivt iiiurnr rimriSY, rimiuot Krw Tnitx.
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Unity Bldg., Chicago, 111.
Sufferers from Consumption
will find it to their interest to apply to
DOCTOR J. KORNITZER
the orignator of
ELECTRIC TREATHENT OF TUBERCULOSIS
for literature. Address Dr. J. Korniticr,
Socokko, - - - - - Nkw Mkxico.
Asleep A in lil Haines.
Breaking into a blazing home,
some firemen lately dragged the
sleeping inmates from death.
Fancied security, and death near.
It's that way when you neglect
coughs and colds. Don't do it.
Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption gives perfect pro
tection against all throat, chest
and lung troubles. Keep it near,
and avoid suffering,? death, and
doctor's bills. A teaspoonful
stops a late cough, persistent use
the most stubborn. Harmless
and nice tasting, it's guaranteed
to satisfy. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 50c and $1.00.
rrial bottles free.
E. E. BURLINGAME &' CO.,
ASSAY OFFICE S!iSRt
The Swhillst Have.
What would Euirene V. Debs
"fSIJfStó..1?:: have said if somebody had told
him that the vote he would poll
as the Socialist candidate for
Ccncentritioa Test 100 .VÍoV.. I"
17IS-IT38 Lwrn St.. Dnr, Cal.
Far Survivors of Indian Wars.
The act July 27th, 18')2, has
been extended so as .to give pen
sions to survivors (and their
widows) who served in the
Indian wars as follows: Cayuse,
trom 1847 to 1S4S; Texas and
New Mexico, from 1S4'J to 1S56;
California, 1851 to 1852; Utah
1850 to 1853; Oregon and Wash
ington, 1851 to 1856.
Write me for blanks and full
Linn Creek, Mo.
A Startlinp Surprise.
Very few could believe in look
ing at A. T. Hoadley, a healthy,
robust blacksmith of Tilden,
Ind., that for ten years he suffer
ed such tortures from rheumatism
as few could endure and live.
But a wonderful change follow
ed his taking Electric Bitters.
"Two bottles wholly cured me,"
h writes, "and I have not felt a
twinge in over a year. They
regulate the kidneys, purify the
blood and cure rheumatism,
neuralgia, nervousness, improve
digestion and give perfect health.
Try them. Only 5 cts all drug
gists. Colonists Hates to the Southwest.
The St. Louis and San Fran
cisco Railroad Co. is offering
colonist half-fare-plus-S2.00 rates
from and via St. Louis, Kansas
City and Memphis to points in
the southwest. The advent of
colonist rates should prove an
important factor in the develop
ment of the southwest, New
Notice is herot)' iriven, that by vir
tue of a writ of execution issued out of
the Ilistrict Court of the Fifth Judic
ial Ilistrict of the Territory of New
Mexico, bearing teste November lHth,
1'KI2. and to me directed, commanding
me of the l'ocmIs and chattels, lands
and tenements of the Graphic Cartion-
ate Mininir Company, m mv county, I
cause to be made the sum of $12,851.82,
damages anil ?10.4O, costs, which by
the judgement of haid Uistrict Court
at the May term thereof, 1A)2, Geo. W.
Hement, recovered against the said
The Graphic Carbonate Minini; Com
pany, with interest on $10,31.87 at the
rate of o pe-cent, per annum and on
52,531. '5 at the rate of 10 per cent, per
annum from the 31st day of May, 'K12
until paid, and also the costs that may
accrue, I did on the l'Hh day of No
vember, 112 levy up.ni the following
descrilied goods and chattels of said
The Graphic C.irlxmate Minino; Com
pany, to-wit: 10 ore cars, 1 coke car,
1 wood car, 18 slag pots, 2 matte pots,
1 slag cart, 1 set blacksmith's tools, 1
platform scale, 1 outlit assay tools and
supplies, 2 office desks and furniture,
now at the Graphic smelter in Kelly
precinct, Socorro county; also 18 tram
foad cars now on tramroad between
Graphic smelter and mine in Raid pre
cinct; also 19 mine cars, 1 set black
smith's tools, outlit of miner's ham
mers and drills, 1 Gardner Electric
drill, 1 mile No. 2 Insulated copper
wire, 1 iron frame winch, outfit of
Miner's picks and shovels, 1 Sturtevent
electric fan, 2 Uu Italo handpower
blowers, now at the Graphic mines in
And that to satisfy said judgment
and costs. I will on on the 23rd day of
December, A. D. 1X12. between the
hours of nine in the morning and the
setting of the sun on the same day, at
the said Graphic smelter, tramroad and
mines, where said goods and chattels
now are, expose and offer for sale at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, all of said goods and chattels,
and will deliver the same to the pur
chaser or purchasers at such sale.
Socorro, N. M., November 21st. 1002.
CHAKI.KS l' IlLACKIXGTON,
Sheriff of Socorro County, New Mexico.
Vl 4 Debions
'tru1 CoPVRiaHTS Ao.
Anon wniHng nkelrh and dierlltl"n mT
illrklf rwortnlil onr ohiimih frue whmhar M
llivnnttnn la probaltlf fmletttatitft. Cnltiliiutlliiv
lloiifi.TrtctlrcoiiOricmttHl. HuiHHxxifcon fatftiila
lent f r. OMeat atretic? for am-uniitf polenta.
Pntttnta taken through Munn A Co. reclT
iftrLU rti, without clinraa. In lb
A hanclaornelT nin.tralM lt. l.anrrat Hr.
culatu f an? n leimur Journal. IVrnia. ta m
Í.-r: lour montha, (U Hold by all naWKli-nlura.
1ffl&Co.MIi"- New York
Brau.-b Ulrica, IU6 I BL. WaabUuuvu, IX. C
This will save your Life.
By inducing you to uro
Dr. King's Ite Discovery,
President in 1900 would be quin
tupled by that party in the con
gressional canvass two years
ilaUr? And yet that is the very
' thing which has taken place.
.Debs' vote in 1900 was 85,000.
The vote for the Socialist candi
j dates for state officers and mem
: bers of Congress in 1902 was con
1 siderably over 400,000. More
over, there does not seem to have
been any especial effort made by
the Socialists in 1902 to poll a
1 he socialist wave this year
has swept all over the country.
That party's candidate for gov
ernor of Massachusetts polled
34,000 votes. A great showing
was made in Pennsylvania, Wis:
consin, Indiana, Minnesotá,
Texas, California and other
states for Socialist candidates
tor state, municipal or congres
sional candidates. Chicago gave
a 12,000 vote to the Socialists.
It is imagination, rather than
reason, that distinguisncs man
from brute, and no person who is
devoid of imagination can know
extremes of happiness or misery
Happiness greatly depends on
the faculty for forgetting.
For a Itud Col I.
If you have a bad cold you
need a good reliable medicine
like Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy to loosen and relieve it, and to
allay the irritation and inflam
mation of the throat and lungs.
Sold by A. E. Howell, Socorro;
W. M. Eorrowdale, Magdalena.
Stepped A if a I nt a Hot Stove.
A child of Mrs. (ico. T. Ben
son, when getting his usual
Saturday night bath, stepped
back against a hot stove which
burned him severely. The child
was in great agony and his moth
er could do nothing to pacify
him. Remembering that she
had a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm in the house, she
thought she would try it. In
less than half an hour after ap
plying it the child was quiet and
asleep, and in less than two
wocks was well. Mrs. Benson i
a well known resident of Kellar,
Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic
liniment and especially valuable
for burns, cuts, bruises and
sprains. For sale by A. E. How
ell, Socorro; W. M. Borrowdale.
Territory of New Mexico, I
County of Socorro. (
This day appeared before mc Irwin
Wallace, agent for W. K. Morley, and
being duly sworn says lie has taken
up one bay horse about eixht (8) years
old, thirteen and one-half 13'j) hands
high, broken to saddle and harness,
branded P7 on left thigh and M C on
right f-.l'-l thigh, and that he has.
made inquiry as to the proer owner of
said horse and cannot lind said owner;
also one bay stallion three (3) years
old, unbroken, branded J on left shoul
der, also one sorrel mare alniut four
teen (14) hands high, white face, brand-
ed O J on left hip, about seven (7)
years old. Owner may have same by
proving title and paying ci of this
affidavit and notice.
W. K. Mok LKV,
by Ikwin Wallack.
Sworn and aubscriled to before me
this 4th day of OctoU-r, A. I). l'Ki2.
J. C. IÍI.1NS,
A snap. A 7 room house and 3
acres of land two blocks from the
court house all set in fruit trees.
Apply to J. J. Leeson.
Furnished rooms for rent.
singly or for light house keeping.
Apply to Mrs. A. Winkler.
Satan puts another gridiron on
the fire when he sees a man buy
ing beer with the money his
wife earned at the washtub.
Consumption, Coughs an 1 Co";.
The only Cusra.itcoi! Cure.
WO Cure. tlO Pfiy. Yovx Tn-j
gist will warrant it
frir. Influenza. Afitimiu. iJronchiMi
Whooping Cough, Pneumonia, orfuj They had a large poll in Cleve
Afíeetion of the Tliruai. tiid L;ui(! . . -.;.,,; ti.,i TiVn
- nnTTl re er-.rf. land, Cincinnati, l oledo, lvans-
ville, Covington, Minneapolis,
I lM-riiVatli to my children Rcrolul.i with all its
attendant horrors, humiliation and sulk-ring. This is a
utr.iiige legacy to leave to posti-rity , a heavy burden to
phu.e upon the shoulders of tin- young.
This trcni herous disease dwirl i the Ixyly and hinders
the growth and development of the faculties, and the
child born of blood poison, or wrofuiu tainted partntage,
Í3 jMioily rquipicd fur life's duties.
Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied
ytnptoiufl ; enlarged glands or tuiuois ulout the nr.k
end armpits, catarrh of the In ad, weak eyes and dn adful
skin eruptions upon diflerent parts of the body show thi
tíreseme of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the Mood
and stealthy disease tntrein lies itsell securely in in- sysu tn ami auatKs
the bones and tissues, destroys the nil corpus les of the Mood, resulting in
white swelling, a pallid, waxy appearance of the skin, loss of strength, and
a gradual wasting away of the lxxly
S. S. S. combines both purifying and tonic properties, and is guaran.
teed entirely vegetable, making h me ineai lemeuy in
nil scrofulous affections It purifies the deteriorated
blood, makes it rich and strong and a complete and
permanent cure is soon eüected. S. S. S. improves
the digestion and assimilation of IikhI, restores the
lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation, bringing a healthy
color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated Unly
Write us about your case and our physicians will Jicerfully advise and
lu lp you in every.jKssible way to regain your health. Jtook on MoíhI and
tkia diseases free. THE. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Allanto, Gau
I ......I V..ll,.n
,,-e,u, ,o,i, i. j
District Court for Socorro County, j
Latitia F. Jones, Plaintiff, J
Tilmon Jones, Defendant. )
The said defendant, Tilmon Jones,
is hereby notified thaj a suit has been
commenced against him in the District
Court for the County of Socorro. Ter
ritory of New Mexico, by the plaintiff,
Latitia K. Jones, for a divorce from
the bonds of matrimony now subsist
ing between plaintiff and defendant,
for the restoration to plaintiff of her
former name of Latitia F. Cornett,
and for other and further relief.
Th.it unless the said defendant. Til
mon Jones, enters his appearance in
said cause on or before the fifteenth
day of December, A. D. 1W2, judgment
will oe renuerea in saiu cause bíium
him by default.
Tim'tiainimf olaintifTs attornev is
JAMHSli. f ITCH, wnose posioiuuo an
dress is Socorro, New Mexico.
JOHN E. GKIi t lTlI.
Clerk of said District Court.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Pkpaktmknt O'f Thk Intkkior,
Land Office at Las Cruce,, N. M. )
Oct. 2.Slh. I)! f
Notice in hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice
of his intention to make final proif in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before C. H. Kirk
pat rick U. S. Court Com. at Mogollón.
N. M., on Decemlx-r 6, l'X)2, viz: José
Chavez y Silva Hd. E No. 30S for the
w'j s e' section 27 tp. 7irl'lrrN. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Filomeno Ulivarri, Patrocino Ro.
mero, Mariano Ulivarri, Manuel Bar
reras, all of Frisco, N. M.
A Good Route
It traverses a territory rich in
undeveloped resources; a territory
containing unlimited possibilities for
agriculture, horticulture, stock rais
ing, mining and manufacturing. And
last, but not least it is
The Scenic Route
The Frisco System now offers the
traveling public excellent wrvice and
Between St. Louis and Kansas
City and points in Missouri, Kansas,
Arkansas, Oklahoma, Indian Terri-1
tory, Texas and the Southwest
Between Kansas City and points
in Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi,
Georgia, Florida and the Southeast
Between Birmingham and Mem
phis and points in Kansas, Arkansas,
Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Texas
and the West and Southwest
Full information as to. roots and
rates cheerfully famished opon appli
cation to any representative of the
Company, or to
Passen&sr Traffic Department.
CARTHAGE COAL MIHIKG CO.
Subcrib for The Chieftain.
For Drunkenness, Opium,
Ariher Drue tiling.
..7 VAJT INSTITUTE,
CvilkLaltll,. ' Ml líwléjM,
M. L. Hilton c Givane Lucra,
C. T. BROWN, Agent, Socorro,
A. II. HILTON, General Agent,
Fiifct Class Coal. Low Prices,
I'atrvuize Home LnJuatry,