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protocolado en la oficina del Secretario
de Pruebas del Condado de Socorro,
New Mexico, y el Juez de Pruebas ha
lijado el primer lunes de Mayo, el mis
mo siendo el día 4 de Mayo, A. D. 1903,
el mismo siendo un término regular de
dicha corte de prueba, en la casa de
Corte, en la ciudad de Socorro, condado
de Socorro, Territorio de New Mexico,
á las diez de la mailana, com la hora
y el lugar para la prueba de dicho tes
tamento. Testifica mi mano y sello oficial de
dicha corte de pruebas este dfa 21 de
Marzo, A. D. 1703.
B. A. Piso,
Secretario de Pruebas, Condado de So
Por corro, New Mexico.
Diputado. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.!, coram mimrro.
(0,r.i('ua1o of the l'nivrrsit y of Nrw
YoiltCity, 176, Piul former U. S.
Socorro, - New Alexia).
k C. G. DUNCAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
i 1I1 Cíii'.h 1 1 a ttc 1 1, t.ctily op-
j i ile 1 líe ;l sU tl':Cc.
PHYSICIAN" AND SURGEON.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
KITTKKLL, Di ntist.
Of, te es
Socorro, A bey ta 15 lock;
San Marcial, Harvey House.
J M. DOUGIIKRTY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW".
S koíYp, - - New Mexico.
AMI-IS G. i' lTCH,
ATTORNEY AT LAV.
i iT'.-i- in Terry ISlock.
Sv.vo.-ro, - - New Mexico.
. j,y.-p;o ijaca,
AVfoKXEY AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
piillKMAN & CAMKRON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Car".:ibad, - - New Mexico.
attorney at law.
S.iccrro, - - New Mexico.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Albuquerque, - New Mexico.
POHL.E & PAHMELKE
A3SAYERS and CH F. MISTS,
f pii4! Attin.lji to Ctm"ol a. d I'mpi.-a Work.
Orer. est'd to ('.elrrir.ine the best
method of treatment. V,V have a
new thoroughly cpuipped Labortory.
Over 30 years of praeteal experience
Prices and t-amp'.e sacks fres on
I 27 Champa St., Denver, Colo.
F.I, PALO, TK XAS.
A general hospital for
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r.:rs k. r. n'Avrp.Ser;.
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ami I'. 'l Ci jilnat.-. (ii-iirr.i! Memorial Ilc:.;iiul,
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1 or iiii"i muii.i! si i'ly to ;:u; ci'intPi'U ut.
SOCORRO, - N. M.
E. n. Du:;tiNGAMe & co.
irn-ii prr'.r CHEMICAL
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Cúmplelo Text of Hill of Great In
tcrent U Teachers.
House Hill No. 213, An act to
regulate county institutes and
for other purposes, as approved
by the governor, March l'J, isof
great interest to school superin
tendents and educators of the
public schools. It is the bill that
was defeated in the House and
then reconsidered and passed,
and is as follows:
He it enacted by the Legisla
ture of the Territory of New
Section 1. For the purpose of
meeting the expenses of county
institutes, county treasurers in
counties of the first . class shall
set apart annually from the gen
eral school fund of their respect
ive counties $100, and in coun
ties of the second class $75 for
such purpose, and in counties of
the third class $50 for such pur
pose. The money thus set apart
and that collected by county
superintendents as now provided
by law shall be known as the
"county institute fund," and the
county treasurer shall be its cus
todian, but he shall not receive
any of it for his services as such
custodian. This money shall be
disbursed in accordance with the
provisions of Sections 1615 and
lolo of the Compiled Laws of
1S(7, except that all orders on
this fund issued by county super
intendents shall be countersign
ed by the conductor of the county
Sec. 2. The Territorial Board
of Kducation is hereby empower
ed to issue a course of study for
county institutes and to revoke
certificates for incompetency or
immorality of the holder or for
any cause that should have with
held the issue of such certificates.
Sec. 3. The members of the
Territorial Board of Kducation
shall receive 10 cents per mile for
attending each meeting of said
board, counting one way from
their place of residence to its
place of meeting, and $2 for each
and every day said board is in
session. This mileage and per
diem shall be paid to the mem
bers of said board of education
by the territorial treasurer upon
the order of the territorial audi
tor out of the funds arising from
the common school lauds of the
Sec. 4. All laws and parts of
laws in conflict herewith are
hereby repealed, and this act
shall take effect 30 days after its
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A Traoc Mark
rfrfy f Copyrights Ac.
Anrnn trnillntf ft ktrh ami denrrfnMnn mm?
oi' hi? wrtmu otif opinion f roo whether an
HtTnt"n I probnlilf putimiuhlo. Communira
i lona strict ly rontíduni Inl. línitíltxMik on Pul nil
lent frr. OIlt arny for am'tiring pumita.
t'nti'iits tiUt'ii tlirmitfh Munn Jfc Cu. ruculva
rj.'rU riík, wlth'iut chwrge, lu the
A hnndnnmelf llln 1 m whlr. I unrest
Mtr: fnur niotitiift, U tíudd by alt riwniAljr.
lioihuig can ever surpass it.
Danger of i'uhh autl (rlp.
The greatest danger from colds
and grip is their resulting in
pneumonia. If reasonable care
is used, however, and Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy taken, all
danger will be avoided. Among
the tens of thousands who have
used this remedy for these dis
eases we have yet to learn of a
single case having resulted in
pneumonia, which shows con
clusively that it is a certain pre
ventive of that dangerous lis
case. It will cure a cold or an
attack of the grip in less time
than any other treatment. It is
pleasant and safe to take. For
sale by A. K. Howell, Socorro;
YV M. Borrowdale, Magdalena.
' La FIcMa iIp I. as Flnre.
La Fiesta de las Flores, which
will be held in Los Angeles on
May iith, 7th, 8th and 'Mil, prom
ises to eclipse all other efforts
made in the past by the Fiesta
committee, from the fact that
President Roosevelt and his dis
tinguished party will witness the
floral parade and the electrical
parade. A most novel and spec
tacular feature has been added
to the programme this year.
For fourconsecutive nights, com
mencing Wednesday, May (th,
the visitors will be treated to one i
transformation scene on wheels !
such as never before has been
presented and that is practically
a creation of the 20th century.
B18T FOR THE
Imvtt-lN i-wiy tliv, yon it III or v-MI hnp Jt'if
Oow.t i opn, O i'l lm in l. orre, l'i 1 'ip hn )- f i-i
Irnl pi, .i- -r lull 1.m, 1 il.uirri'fii . 1 li (iti-rt.ih
f-l.i Hl.'.t, ii i!t !; 1 1 l ay vt kvriluj llio UimiIi
tlemr and riouu i lo t.-U
Lust and licst.
They were two wretches of
men who met in the seclusion of
"What are the three quickest
mo les of communication?" quer-
i "Telegraph, telephone, and
"No; wrong in the last one."
"Well, what are they?"
' "Telegraph, telephone and
tell a woman!" London An-
f lev; Siscouery
4 Vr bit.1 iíi1 StcHiM
K ATerfoct For All Throat and
n Cure : Lnng Troubles.
M Mont bnck If It fll. Trll Dottle trio.
A (irrat !riisatliin.
There was a big sensation in
Leesville, Ind., when W. H.
Brown of that place, who was
expected to die, had his life saved
by Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. He writes: "I
endured insu'Terable agonies
from Asthma, but your New Dis
covery gave me immediate relief
and soon thereafter affected a
complete cure!" Similar cures
of consumption, pneumonia,
bronchitis and grip are numer
ous. It's the peerless remedy for
all throat and lung troubles.
Price 50c, and $1.00. Guaran
teed by all Druggists. Trial
"Who is that young woman
playing the violin solo?" asked
the young man who had gone,
i A.U .. f Lie- ....it 4,. n
auiucvTuab auuiai tjia win, lu ail
"Miss Brown, the eldest
daughter of our hostess."
"And who is her accomplice at
"There was a young man in
Michigan," said a United States
senator, "who was deeply enam
ored of a beautiful young lady in
my town. He lived in Detroit
and one day decided that the
only tiling for him to do was to
propose. So lie went to the tel
egraph office and sent this mes
sage: "Will you marry me? Twenty
word answer paid for.'
"An hour later he received
" 'You arc extravagant. Why
pay for nineteen words too many?
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
TTr-knf. I'ftl-tuMn, !ntnt. Tniitn llimtl, IrtOrwxt,
Kavi r 'n-ki-:i. V.'rni.en. r iWn. U í' m1' M rcntt
p r ho. U rlt.t (or livm aiiiilf. o'ul hook U I n
lir.ilth. A U "3
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
All kinds of questions come to
the answer-to-correspond c n t s
man of a daily paper, and the
impatience he occasionally man
ifests is not surprising..
"Editor of ," wrote an in
quiring citizen one day, "will
you please tell me how many
kinds of typewriters there are?"
This was handed to the
and in the next issue of the pa
per he replied to it as follows:
"Two male and female."
The Iteal Condition.
The teacher of grammar and
rhetoric wrote a sentence on the
blackboard, and then called upon
"John can ride the horse if he
wants to," read the teacher.
"Rewrite the sentence in another
"William surveyed it dubious
ly for a moment; then a flash of
inspiration showed him his path.
"John can ride the horse if the
horse wants him to," he wrote.
It's ju st as well that we don't
always know the private opin
ions our dearest friends have of
A child's innocent question
may "set the table in a roar."
The Washington Star gives this:
" I never went to a circus when
I was a little boy," said the rath
er austere parent.
"Was that because your father
wouldn't let 3'ou go unless you
would be good?" asked the
Make A ('Iran Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a
thing thoroughly. Of all the
Salves you ever heard of, Buck
len's Arnica Salve is the best.
It sweeps away and cures burns,
sores, bruises, cuts, boils, ulcers,
skin eruptions and piles. It's
only 25c, and guaranteed to give
satisfaction by all Druggists.
The Wellington Monitor-Press
says a newly elected justice of
the peace became so badly rat
tled at his first marriage cere
mony that after pronouncing the
couple husband and wife he
noticed that he had omitted a
sentence, and said: "Does any
one know of any reason why this
couple should not wed? If they
do, it's too late now."
Ara duo to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of everr
one hundred people who have heart trouble
can remember when it was simple Indiges
tion. It is a scientific fact that til cases of
heart disease, not organic, are not only
traceable to. but are the direct result of indi
gestion. All food taken Into the stomach
which fatb of perfect digestion ferments and
swells the stomach, puffing it up against the
heart. This Interferes with the action of
the heart, and in the course of timo that
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr. D. Kauble. of Nevada, O.. mm: I had ftomaeh
Iroublo and was In a bad stata as 1 had heart trouble
with It. I too Kodol Dyapepaia Curo for about four
momaj and it cured ma.
Kodol Digests What You Eat
and relieves the stomach of all nervous
strain and the heart of all pressure.
BottleaonJy. $1.00 Slra holdlnf 2'i times the trial
aiie, which cells for 50c.
Prepared b E. O. Da WITT ft. CO., OHIOAQO.
A. E HOWELL.
Not let of Forfeiture
Eütey City, Socorro Co., X. M.,
March IS, I'm.!, f
To Jas. Kheriti, Albert KolMns, F. M.
Hurk, W. Smith, A. II. Aiusden:
You are hereby not i. ied that I have
expended one hundred dollars (tlUO) in
labor and i.tiproveni'Mita upon each of
the following named mining claiinx in
the Florence frroup of niiii'-s, viz:
Florence, Kaffle, Lone Jack, Silvernite,
Summit, and Lou Anjjeles in order to
hold said premises under the provis
ions of section I.?24, Kevised Statutes
of the United States, beiti the
amount required to hold the same for
the year ending Dec. 31, 1W2.
And if within ninety days after this
notic; by publication you fail or refuse
to contribute your proportion of such
expenditure as co-owner, your interest
in said Claims will become the prop
erty of the subscriber under said sec
Crv RT ?j4Ts T3 1 j Jin I3 the name sometimes pi ven to what
u 3 H I M fía ti 8 R r IS is liberally known as the BAD DIS
EuUJUXÜ?íjr EASE. It is not confined to dens of
vice or the lower classes, o 1 lie purest
nnd best people are sometimes
infected with this awful malady
through handling the clothing,
drinkinp: from the same vessels,
using the aaiue toilet articles, or otherwise coming in contact with persona
who have contracted it.
It Id-gins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the
groins, a red eruption breaks out on Ton BRrt a-0 j contracted a bed rt
the body, sores and Ulcers appear of Jllood poieon. I we undar treatment
in the mouth, the throat becomes of a phyeician until I found t net be could
1 .in., t,:. .. a do roe no rood. Then beiran taklnir
ulcerated the hair eye brows and . 8 f comm9nc9l to ,mprov t 0c
lashes fall out ; the blood becoming anll ln B very ,nort tlro, a evidence of
luore contaminated, copper colored the disease disappeared. Itookelxbot
splotches and pustular eruptions and - ody n' "nd ,od wel1--.--'
,. B. M. Wall, Hornstown, Tena.
Bores appear upon diflercnt parts of
the body, and the poison even destroys the bones.
S. S. S. is a Specific for this lordlisome disease, and cures it even in the
worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes
the blood and penetrates 10 an parts 01 me system.
Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will
ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease upon
your children, for it can be transmitted from parent
to child. S. S. S. contains o mercury or jiotash,
but is K"aranleed a strictly vegetable compound. O
s Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious
Blood Poison. If you vant medical advice give us a history of your case,
and our phj bicianj will furaish all the information you wish without any
charge whatever. . THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
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. Kornit.cr,
Socokko, - Nkw Mf.xico.
Notice of Sale.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni ex- I
ponas issued out of the Supreme Court
of the Territory of i.'cw Mexico, dated
March 20th, l'MU. upon a judgment
rendered at the January term thereof,
A. 1). l'H2, recovered by James Deeney
ft al. against the Mineral Creek Mili
luir Company for the sum of fi.U.25
da in a ires and Í.8.T0 costs of suit, nnd
also the costs that may accrue, and to
me directed, I will on the 2sth dav of
April, 1'KI3, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. in., in front of the fifteen Mnmp
mill of the Mineral Creek Milling Co.,
in Cooney Cailoit, about one mile below
the town of Coouey, in the county of
Socorro, Territory of New Mexico, and
on the Czar Mining Claim, s-U at pul
lic auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, the following lands, tenements.
l'immIs and tnatteis of said Mineral
Crock Milling Co., ' r so much thereof
as may be Biitlicii-nt to satisfy the said
judgment and costs with the costs on
execution, to-wit: The Czar Mining
Claim excepting 475 feet off west end
thereof: also the Czar Mill Site; which
said Mining Claim and Mill Site are
situated in t'ooney Mining District, in
the county of Socorro aforesaid, and
upon which mine and mill site are sit
uated the fifteen stamp mill and other
buildings of said Mineral Creek Millinir
Co.; also the stamps, engines, boilers, I
wheels, belting and other machinery,
tools and material in and about said
mill, all of which has been levied upon
and is now in my possession, and con
sisting of two .r0 h. p. boilers, 1 Corliss
engine, 2 Steam p-.iuips, 1 Upright en
gine, 1 Ore crusher, IS Stamps with
cams and stems, IS Screen frames, 6
I'at:s, 3 Settlers, 1 Platform Scale, the
pulleys, wheels, shafting, belting and
other material and machinery in said
mill building, retort furnace with ap
pliances, one lot of mill supplies and
material, blacksmith outfit and sup
plies, one lot of pipe fittings, safe,
(U-.sk and other ollice furniture, assay
furiiac..', scales and other assay tools
and supplies, and other miscellaneous
articles, all now situated in and about
said stamp mill and buildings adjacent
Sheriff of Socorro County.
Socorro, N. M., March 25, l'J03.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Ollice at Las Cruces, N. M. )
March 17th, 1903. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before Probate
Clerk Socorro County, N. M.. at So
corro, N. M., on May 1.5, 1W3, via:
Jesus Ma. Zamora, deceased, by his
widow, Josetita Torres de Zamora, for
the lots 3-M and 12 Sec. 5, T 1, S R 16
W, N. M. P. Mer.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Sosteno KouiTo, Francisco Samora,
Margarito Madrid, Jesu Marino, all
of Ouemado, N. M.
Any person who desires to protest
against the allowance of such proof,
or who knows of any substantial rea
son, under the law and the regulations
of the Interior Department, why such
proof hhoiild not be allowed, will be
given an opportunity at the above
mentioned time and place to cross
examine the witnesses of said claimant,
and to offer evidence in rcbuttalof that
submitted by claimant.
Notice of Suit.
In the District Court of the Fifth
Judicial District of the Territory of
New Mexico, within and for the Coun
ty of Socorro;
L. C. Black, Plaintiff,
Andrew M. Patten and Mabel
Pease Patten, his wife; J. Walter
Jones and Lewis Jones, sole sur
viving members of the partner
ship of J. W. Jones & Company;
J. Walter, Lewis Jones, William
J. Junes, Frank Jones and Edna
Jones McCarty, sole heirs at law
of James W. Jones, deceased;
Mary A. Jones, widow of James
W. Jones, deceased; Sadie Gam
ble Jones, wife of Lewi Jones;
llattie L. Jones, wife of William
J. Jones, and Charles McCarty,
husband of Edna Jones McCarty,
The above named defendants are
hereby notified that a suit has been
commenced against them by the above
named plaintiff in the above entitled
Court in which it is asked that the de
fendants, and each of them, their heirs,
legal representatives and assigns and
all persons claiming by, through, or
under them, may be forever enjoined
from setting up any interest or claim
ing any right, 11 or to the following
real estate, to-wit: The S. E. V of the
S. W. U i the S. W. V of the S. E.
and the E. of the S. E. of S-ction
33, Tp. 6 S., Kg. IS, W., N. M. Merid
ian, in Socorro county, New Mexico,
containing 160 acres; that the title,
previously relinquished to the United
States, may be fully and finally quiet
ed; that the Court decree the right of
plaintitf herein to select lieu lands;
and for such other relief in the prem
ises us may be legal or equitable.
Defendants are further notified that
unless they apja-ar and answer on or
before the 12th day of May, l'K)3, judg
ment will be taken against them by
Plaintiff's attorney Is H. M. Dough
erty, whose post otlice address is So
corro, New Mexico.
John E. Griffith,
Clerk of aaid District Court
Subscribe for Tun Cuiki'T.mn.
Last Till) ami Testament of Harry
To Whom It May Concern :
Notice is hereby given that what
purports to be the last will and testa
ment of Harry Henderson has been
filed in the ollice of the Probate Clerk
of S:corro county, New Mexico, and
the Probate Judge has fixed the first
Monday in May, the same being the
4th day of May, A. I). l'.3, the same
In-ing a regular term of the said Pro
bate Court, in the Court house, in the
city of Socorro, county of Socorro,
Territory of New Mexico, at the hour
of ID o'clock a. in., a the time and
place for the proving of the said will.
Witness my hand and the ollicial
seal of the said Probate Court this 21st
day of March, A. D. 13.
B. A. TINO,
Seal Clerk of the Probate Court.
Socorro County, N. M.
By C. Miií:,
I'llim.i Voliiubiil jr Testamento de
A Todos á fjiiienes Concierna:
Noticia es p r esta dada que lo que
se supone ser la última voluntad y tes
tamento de Harry Henderson ha sido
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Memphis to points i i the South, South
cast and Southwest.
The Soüiiisastern Limited
Leaving Kansas City nt 6;30 P. M.
daily, will take you to Springfield, Mem
phis, Birmingham, Atlanta, Jacksonville
and all points in the Southeast.
For detailed information apply to
G. W. MARTIN
general western agent
1106. 17th St.
Genera! Repair Shop.
Bicycle, Gasoline Stoves,
Gasoline Engines, Sewing
Machines, and all other ma
chinery carefully and ex
peditiously repaired. -;- -:-
YJE UNDERSTAND OUR BUSINESS.
SOCORRO, N. M.
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
CARTHAGE COAL MINING CO.
M. L. Hilton & (iivane Luera,
C. T. BROWN, Agent, Socorro.
A. II. HILTON, General Agent,
First Class Coal. Low Prioes.
Patronize Iloana Industry.
For Drunkenness, Opium,
other Drug Using,
' and Neurasthenia.
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V Á y INSTITUTE,
Cj.atljt. --Sawe"" Pwignt, Ilia
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