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l.ooui.s, fi"l at Socorro. N. M.. one ivarli.ire PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. SWISH LR,
(Gr.-i1; i.vo of the University of Now
YorLC.il, lfV'i, and former IT. S.
E:;;: mining Surgeon.)
Socorro, - New Mexico.
J)H. C. G. DUNCAN,
I'iiVsiciAN and surgeon.
f 1 1 ih Caofi tria itrnt, i.er.ily p-
1 1 te tl c p sttfiice.
Im.cctmi, - - New Mexico.
PIILUCIAN AM) SURGEON.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
K. KITTKFXL, Puntikt.
t'ocoiTo, A hey ta lí 1 c 1: ;
San M.-.rcial, Harvey House.
jj '?.. DOUGHICRTY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Socv.to, - - Nov.- Mexico.
JAMT.S G. FITCH,
ATTnKXET AT LAW.
() ';:: !n Tcirv Block.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
JIJI-.KMAN & CAMERON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
C.ir'fja.l, - - New Mexico.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
S ;o:to, - - New Mexico.
attorney at law.
FOHLF. w. PAR MELEE
A 3 SAY ft RS ft NO CMP W.IÜTS,
í"r -A'.gAitca'io i o Codo'. a. d v.iyac v'or.
Ores test -d 1.) delcrt.nne II. c bt st
r.iei.h jrl of treatment. We have a
n-.v tV.oi'ough'.y rpuipp'.-d Labortory.
Ov.-r o years of pracical i xj'cvieiiei"
Prices and sample Hacks five on
i'juy Ci:ai:ira St., Denver, Colo.
1CL PASO, TEXAS.
A jereral hospital for
i.::: 5 m. r;. riiAYTF. Cupt.
On.: n;. te NmlHii Iiiftri.iat y wl I.uiii-o i lie. ICy.,
a lV:'t Oi"t .liule. 'o.-ii.-t.il M1-.1101i.1i liiisjiitai,
';, Yuri. Cay.
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Gd!i!& Sliver l!s:!Si23
173G-I723 Lawrence St., Utovn ,
50 VEARS' '
f"fUt-is Copyright Ao.
A nTnno üpnfllti ii líptch mvA rtrwcrtni ton maf
fM)rkly Jik'vrijiiii íHir 4pinmii frw wdfiilutr aa
t'lvitiiihm is pnihaMy puteniu!)!. unmmntrrv
ti(nnitrlitly C'titldeiilitil. Uiiii'IIknjIioii i'utnLa
t'tn. fine. i)!lf!iit mi.'uiu'V ftrr H'uniiti putera.
l'nttMiii tnkc't tlirouu'li Mtuiti A Co. loculro
tt'scai ftlk, wli liout t Imriid, in the
f.'.i'ui'im i't cny K'U'iitiUn iouriinl. Tonne. a
) .:; four rtHtnthu, $L Hola byull nwl'kiler".
i:.utii omu. t-b V Bt. W'ubujifitii, u. u
MoiUng hr.s ever equalled it.
I!j'vUing can ever surpass it.
ij yr. mg s
50c & ii.oa
j fti tyi:i-;'it ni Shvii; "l.tmf.'rO' lüllrj
j in Tlirre Vcars by II. T. Mnyliorrj.
C i pinnl'.'iu r lu tlip Jniirtial Ii'nilHT:it :
II. T. Mayherry, cattle raticli
man of Socorro countr, prohably
holds the record for New Mexico
in the husiness of wolf-killing.
Mr. Mayherry is a typical west
erner, a weather heaten, sun
burned and rur;rcd plainsman,
perhaps forty years of ae. His
ranch is about seventy-live miles
out across the vast S.tn Augus
tine plains from Magdalena, the
nearest railroad point. The
trip takes two days, with a stop
over ni;j;ht away out on the con
Mr. Mayherry, in company
with his pretty yuuti;j wife, was
seen by a Journal-Democrat nan
at the Allen hotel in Magdalena
just as they were preparing1 for
the lon;r horn 'ward drive across
the plains. He talked very free
ly, interestingly and entertain
ingly of ranch life and things in
general, and especially concern
ing his rather unusual exper
iences with that pest of the cat
tlemen, the timber wolf.
Mr. Mayherry has killed in the
course of three years no less than
i'orty-tigiit of tlu powerful, cun
ning and rapacious "lobos"' or
"loafers" as they are known
among the ranchmen and hunters
of New Mexico. Mr. Mayherry
does not claim to he a hunter,
but has been forced to a war of
extermination on the brutes to
preserve his stock. Not long
ago, in the course of two weeks,
the wolves killed sixteen colts
belonging to Mr. Mayherry, fif
teen for a neighboring ranch
man and other cattle and horses
to the amount of fifty head alto
gether. These depredations
were unusually severe, but serve
to show what the lank gray
prowlers can do when they get
on the rampage.
Mr. Mayherry uses steel 'traps
and his Winchester, but relies
chiefly on the poisonous effects
of strychnine, of which drug he
buys forty dollars' worth every
year. Poisoned baits scattered
in the vicinity of a newly killed
steer or colt generally prove the
undoing of Mr. Wolf, though his
great cunning and sagacity often
make him proof against such at
tempts. An enormous wolf
known as "Big Foot" all over
Socorro county, baffled Mr. May
berry tor a long time, but he was
finally brought to terms by three
poisoned baits left near a colt he
had recently killed. He measur
ed over seven feet from tip to
tip, and the thicknessof his huge
hea;l through the base of the
jaw was tully twelve inches.
His track, which was a common
sight and gave him his uann
was as big as the palm of a big
man's hand. At one time, while
Mr. Mayherry was within easy
shooting distance, the big brute
seized a shepherd dog of the
ranchman's, which had attacked
him, and shook it by the back
like a rat and left the luckless
canine dead as a door nail.
The occasional boldness of
these wolves contrasts greatly
with their cunning avoidance of
danger as a general rule. Re
cently while a teamster was driv
ing out across the plains from
Magdalena, three big "loafers"
trotted along beside the road
keeping pace with the horses for
a long distance. They kept
about fifty feet from the wagon,
paying no apparent attention to
the driver, but keeping their
eyes on his frightened dog,
which slunk along under the
Mr. Mayherry has done a con
siderable service to the stockmen
of Socorro county in killing off
many of these savage cattle
thieves, and his record is proba
bly not equalled by any hunter
in the territory.
The Chieftain office lias just
received a new supply oí
envelopes, cards, &c, which will
be sure to interest customers.
j A Perfect Vor AH Throat pnd
K Curo: I.unj Troubk-s,
!l f':iui Lck (fit filia. Triol Bof.le tn.
. T.iv'rifmmxsmxaart u r!i- A- Saylcr
Tlitlr lint. j
"Yes," remarked the sad look-1
ing stranger, "I have seen the
last of many a good man."
"Doctor or undertaker?" quer
ied the man behind the white
n pro n.
"Neither," replied he of the
sad looks. "I'm a shoemaker."
A great struggle arises in a
woman's mind when she is asked
what her new gown cost. She
is always in doubt whether to
cut the price in half and make
you envy her the bargain or dou
ble it and make you envy her af
fluence. Spare Moments.
A (inut Sfinatlmi.
There was a big sensation in
Leesville, Ind., when W. H.
Drown oi that place, who was
expected to die, had his life saved
by Dr. King's New Discovery lor
Consumption. lie writes: "I
endured insuiTerable 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 :iic, and $1.00. Guaran
teed by all Druggists. Trial
lie YYus Miiviil.
"Did the notes of a bird ever
move you?" asked the poetic girl.
"Yes," replie.l the young man.
"I used to call on a young lady,
and every time the cuckoo an
nounced the hour of It) I went
h orne. " Ch i ca : Ne ws.
Ars duo to Indigestion. Ninety-nlno of every
ono hundred people who have heart trouble
can remember when it was simple Indiges
tion. It is a scientific fact that all cases of
heart disease, not organic, are not only
traceable to. but are tho direct result of Indi
gestion. All food taken Into the stomach
which fails of perfect digestion ferments and
swolis the stomach, puffing it up against the
heart. This Interferes with tho action of
tho heirt. and In tho course of time thai
delicate but vital organ becomes d'seascd.
Mr. D. Kauble. oí Ncvacu, O., lays: I had rtnrpach
trouble a:id was in a brí &utn t I had heart troulia
with It. I too K oriol Dyspepsia Curs (or abcul four
months aiul it cured me.
Koilol Digests What You Eat
and relieves tho stomach of all r.ervouj
strain and Ilia heart of all pressure. ,
Bcttlosonly. $1.00 Slrn holding 2'4 times tha trl
:, which Mils for 50c.
Preparad by E. C. O.WITT it CO., CHICACO.
A. K IIOWKLL.
Cmy In .Mmlenttioii.
Wife If I were to die, Phil,
what would you do?
Phil I'd be most crazy.
Wile Would you marry again?
Phil No; I wouldn't be that
crazy. Kansas City Independ
ent. Tin latcky Man.
A. That's Jones' daughter
with him. She's just about to
IJ. Who's the lucky man?
"Innfir,l tli tor (firm of tlift dumnrd
vtth piií'.ruttiMií pilia Icourhi on lir coiMitn
tion with huIpIi 1 was nniictrit "for twenty
yvATi I rn ;irmn your CAsCAU I.T'S in the
tnwnnt N"Wí!I. 1 , uu, nr-rrr found nnvilitni
torciual ilium. To-ilnj I r.m ciiliixiy Irca from
pll- mid lo"l ll):n a new nuiti "
C. 11. Kl:it, 1411 Jones bt., Stout tit, la.
taoi maun ntnriaio
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. Kornitier,
Socokko, ----- Xkw Mkxtco.
Plen.mt. P.ilntcO.io. I'ment. Tmto OoM. TV)
Qooü. Kutpr Sirkun. onLen. r Orine, inc. iijc. toe.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
ai.r1l.ff Rm.4r C.ap.n. rfctv.., H..trMl, H.w Y.rt. fit
WrtTrt SoM find irmnntiTil hr nil drug-
II U I unit to t.1 tik. Iooucjo lluüu.
Originality is simply a pair of
fresh eyes. Iligginson.
NOTICE 1. hr.vbv (,'lvrn thai nn (lie 12Ui l;iv
of M.uvli, r i.i.t. Dipuiv iciti.vt.ir A. J.
After crosses and losses men
grow humbler and wiser.
The Helping Hand Drop Head
Sewing Machine, guaranteed for
live years, complete and in per
fect running order, seventeen
dollars and fifty cents; for sale at
Price Uros. & Co.
ol lu ;mil v, fomainin.f 4 trillion. N'atidir W.
1.. I), st.uiit, N. 11 J 'li. i. 'I'll.- a'K.ii' .lev, i i ,
lnM'tt.v ivi;.. hi;mI for violation ol SiV. K.
S. All;. HT:n CI. liming tile limvr ilt'NiTÜM'il
piop.'ilv in ii-iiii.mI to liiakt' sarll ilaim. in
coiniil ialli'' w n li law. to I lie unl'rMÍi;nci w it ti In
tinny tl.i fiom tin- 'ii'.t iiililiraiioii of this
uotit',.. A. I... Mohmison. Collivtor ,( Inieniai
Keiuie, llinui ol N'v Mrxu'o. Allil It,
NOTICE I'OK rÜIiLICATION.
faii(i OlTiee at Las ttyoes N. M. )
A)il , l'KM. ,
Notice is hereby niven that tin: fol-lowin).r-iiaino(l
nettUrr lias iile.d notice
of Iiim iiilntion to make final fip:f in
sniipi.rt of hiw claim, ami that nai'l,
iiiut will be inaile before ITnitfil
i-itatt's Court Cüiiitiiissiiiiiir at
Mnirolioti, N. M., on June (-, l'ni.l, viz:
Tli.i:nan Stcarkvwather Hd. E No. As' .9
for the S E N K '4 anil E ,' . S K '
S. c. 3 Tjj 12 S K 2(1 V, N M 1'. M.t.
lie liamos the foilowiii"; witnesses
to jirove hi coiiliniiuiis roxideuee upon
and cultivation ol1, said land, viz:
1. K. Holt, Jr., Elijah Mne. W. N.
Y'oik, Kobt-rt I. Sine, all ol Graham,
Any peis iii who dtitirc to protest
afraiust the allowance of such pr.iof, or
who knows of any substantial reason,
iiiuU-r tlu- law ai.d the regulations ot
the Interior Departiiunt, why such
proof shoiilil not be- allowed, will be
Kiven an opportunity at the above
mentioned t.me anil place to cross
examine the witnesses of said claim
ant, and to otter evidence in rebuttal
ot that su'oinilted by claimant.
NOTICE l'UK l'UHLICATION.
Land Ollice at Las Cruces, N. M.,
April 7, 1'lU. "(
Notice is heveliv given tii.it the fol
low in.e;-iKUiKl seitler bus tiled notice
of his intention to make final proof in
suppor; of his claim, and that said
proof will be mac e befóte IT. K. Court
CoiiinussioiK r at Modum, N. M on
Mar lo, l'KM, viz: Charles MeCartv
lid. E I,o. :iti.? for the Lot 3 S K, i;
W E , S V ,' Soc4, T7, a u is V,
N M 1' M.r.
líe ñamen the followinir witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of, haid l uid, vi;::
Louis Jones, ot Kenerve, N. M.,
Andy líiiíjrins, of Keserve, N. M.,
Iutiie Kinder, of Kescrvo, N. M.,
l'ablo Trujillo, of Joseph, N. M.
Any person who ilesir-s to protest
Uir.iiii&t tlu allowance of n:ich proof,
or who knows of any substantial rea
son, under the law anil the reiriilations
of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will be
given Ul1 opportunity :it tlie above
UKiitioned time and place to cross
examine the witnesses of nahl claim
ant, anil to offer e vidence in rebuttal
of that .submitted by claimant.
Notice cf I iiifeltiirr.
E',tcy City, Socorro Co., N. M.,
March 1H, l'KI.1. f
To Jas. Sherin, Albert K iUins, F. M.
lurk, Y'. Smith, A. II. Amsden:
You are hereby n.ititied that I have
expended one hundred dollars ltxi) in
labor and iiuprovetneuts upon each of
the following nameil ininine; claims in
the l'Morence group of mines, viz:
Florence, Ea;.'le, Inie Jack, Silvernite,
Siiianiit, and Los Angeles in order to
In'd said premises under the provis
ions of section 2Z2i, Revised Statutes
of the United States, bein1 the
amount required to hold the bame for
the year ending Dec. 31. l'HC
And if within ninety days after this
notie? by publication you fail or refuse
to contribute your proportion of such
expenditure an co-owner, your interest
in said claims will liecome the prop
erty ot the subscriber under naid sec
tion M. Wi:rtmak.
Four white (iuineas for sale
Ecseaa, Psoriasis, Salí
Rlneum,Tetter and Acne
Hi lou t') that cla:;s oí iriOamin.ii.ory and disfiguring rkin eruption that
cause more cciuiiiic bodily dis oiufort and wfiry than all other known
diseases. The impurities or sediments which lollctt in the system because
of poor ili'fstton, inactive Kidnivs nix! other oigan:; of cliniuiatioii are
taken up by the blood. :iat ui.it ing the system with and poisons and tluidj
that ooe out throiij'h the glands and poles of the r.kin, piodur.ini an inde
Crribable ilching anil burniii",. and t can cbeerfullv t.udr your S 8 S.
tllC yellow, watery discliulgc (onus a a cui tor Kíiiin. I w tiouLlaU
into cm sfi and sores or little brown "nuSx ,or ?5 vr nl tnü m-uv
, . . .i . i n i rruolia Willi no uoori r. Unela, but nitor
Oinl white :;rab". that diopoll. leaving Ulln t,w bouluacf 8. s H. waamuro
the skin tender arid law. 1 lie elicit It rulu'veal Wm dtiupijall,
of the poison may cause the s.kiu to ia W. Cer.tiat Bt., WitUua. Kan.
crac k roid bleed, or give it a smly, fishy app'-aiam c. aain the eruptions may
consist ol innumerable Mat kheads and pimples or liard. led bumps upon
the lace, ruriliialion of the blood is the only remedy (or these villous f kin
diseases. Washes and kjwiIiis ran only lode lor a time the glaring
blemishes, h h S i radietes all poisonous accumu
lations, antidotes the Uric und other acids, mid
icstoics the blood to its wonted purity, and stimulates
and revitalizes the sluggish oigans, nnd the imptiii
ties pass oil Ihioiivh the natural channels and
tclieve the tkin. S. S. S. is the only Rii.traiitit.-d purely vegetable blood
purifier. It contains no Arsenic, l'olash or oilier h.'iinilul miiitral.
OWrite us about your case and ur J.hysti bins will advise without charge.
We have n haiid.Mitncly illustrated book on sktn diseases, which will be urut
Uve to all who wish it. TM SWIfT SPCCífIC CQ., Ait
Notice if Sale.
fly virtue of a writ of venditioni ex- I
ponas issued out of the Supreme Court ,
of the Territory of New Mexico, dated
March 2mh, l'Ml, upon a judgment ,
rendered nt the January term thereof,
A. I). l')02, recovered bv James IVenov
et al. against the Mineral Creek Mill
ing Company for the mini of $533.2.5
damages and Í28.70 costs of suit, and
also the costs that may accrue, and to
me directed, I will on the 2sth dav of
April, VW, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. in., in front of the fifteen xtamp
mill of the Minrral Creek Milling Co.,
in Coonry Caiion, about one mile below
the town of Coonev, in the county of
Socorro, Territory of New Mexico, and
on the Czar Mining Claim, sell at pul
lic auction to the h'ghcst bidder, for
cash, the following lands, tenements,
goods and chattels, of ad Mineral
Creek Milling Co., or ao much thereof
in may be sitllicieiit to satisfy the said
judgment and costs with the costs on
execution, to-wit: The Czar Mining
Claim excepting -íTS feet olí west end
thereof; also the Czar Mill Site; which
said Mining Claim and Mill Site are
situated in Cooney Mining District, in
tile county of Socorro aforeaaid, and
upon which mine and mill site arc sit
uated the fifteen stamp mi'.l and other
buildings of said Mineral Creek Milling
Co.; ab.olhe stanijW, engines, boilers,
wheels, beltiuy; and cithvr machinery,
tools and material in and ,ibout said
mill, all of which has been levied upon
and is now in mv possession, and Col'"
sistiug of two 5,1 h. p. boilers, 1 Corliss's
engine, 2 Steam pumps, 1 I pright en
gine, 1 Ore crusher, 15 Stamps with
cams and stems, 15 Screen frames, 0
Fans, JS.-ttlers, 1 Flat form Scale, the
pulleys, wheels, shafting, belting and
oilier material anil 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,
desk and other olliee furniture, assay
furnace, scales and other assay tools
and supplies, and other miscellaneous
articles, all now situated in anil about
said stamp mill and buildings adjacent
Sheriff of Socorro County.
.Socorro, N. M., March 25, leo.i.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Las Cruces, N. M. )
March 17th, 1903. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled 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 15, l'Ml.l, viz:
Jesus M i. JCain ra, deceased, by his
widow, Joselita Torres de Zamora, for
the lots 3-5-b and 12 Sec. 5, T 1, S K 16
W, N. M. 1'. Mer.
lie names the following witnetses to
prove bis continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
S isteno Romero, Francisco S.itnora,
Margarito Madrid, Jesu i 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 should not be allowed, will be
given an opportunity at the above
mentioned time and place to cross
examine the witnesses of Raid claimant,
and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that
submitted by claimant.
I.nst Will ami Testumciit 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 ticen
filed in the o flic of the Probate Clerk
of Socorro county. New Mexico, and
the Probate Judge has fixed the first
Monday in May, the same being the
4th day of May, A. D. l'3, the same
being a regular term of the aaid Pro
ba'e Court, in the court house, in the
city of Socorro, county of Socorro,
Territory of New Mexico, at the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m., aw the time and
place for the proving of the aaid will,
Witness my hand and the official
seal -f the said Probate Court thin 21st
day of March, A. 1). l'K)3.
IÍ. A. PINO.
(Scall Clerk of the Probate Court,
Socorro County, N. M,
Dv C. Mucha.
I'llhiKi Vihint:i;l j Testamento d
A Tod. is á Otiienes Concierna:
Noticia es pr esta dada (pie lo que
se supone ser la última voluntad y tes-,
taniento d- Harry Henderson ha sido
protocolado en la oficina del Secretarte
de Pruebas del Condado le Socorro,
New Mexico, y el Juez de Pruebas ha
fijado el primer lunes de Mayo, el mis
tu siendo el día 4 de Mayo, A. D. l'X)3,
el mismo siendo un termino regular de
lidia corte de pruebas, en la casa de
ccifk-, en la ciudad tie Socorro, condado
de S0O0W0. Territorio de New Mexico,
á las tliezii- Ji mañana. Como la hora
y el lugar paraivijrueba de nicho tes
Testifica mi mano yllo oficial de
dicha corte de pruebas csteijlía 21 de
Marzo, A. D. l'K)3. Vv
B. A. PiXfí,
Secretario de Pruebas, Condado de Svifí
Por corro, New Mexico.,
There's no Better Service
Than tha.t vU the
From Kansas City, Saint Louis and
Memphis to points in the South, South
east and Southwest.
Leaving Kansas City at 6:30 P. M.
daily, will take you lo Springfield, Mem
phis, Birmingham, Atlanta, Jacksonville
and all points in the Southeast.
Tor detailed information apply to
G. IV. MARTIN
GENERAL WESTERN AGENT
1106. 17th ST.
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, 1
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. Jones, 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 Iewis Jones;
lUttie L. Jones, wife of William
J. Joiicn, 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 plaintüí in the abov-" entitled
Court in which it is asked that the de
fendants, and eacbof 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, in or to the following
real t state, to-wit: The S. E. '4 of the
S. W. U; th'! S. W. i of the S. E. U
and the E. '. of the S. E. of Section
.3, Tp. h S.', Kg. 1H, W., N. M. Merid
ian, in Socorrí county, New Mexico,
containing lo; acres; that the title.
I previously relinquished to the United
.-states, may be tully and finally quiet
ed; that the Court decree the right of
plain: II herein to select lieu lands;
and for such other relief in the prem
ise as may be legal or equitable.
Defendants are further notified that
unless they appear and answer on or
ts-fore the'l2tli day of May, 1('03, judg
ment will be taken against them by
Plaintiffs attorney in If. M. Dough
erty, whose tst olliee addrc is So
corro, New Mexico.
Jiiiij K. Gku'1'!T:C,
Clerk of said Duttitt Cuurt
Fine apples at DycrtV.
Bicycles, Gasoline Stove,
Gasoline Engines, Sewing
Machines, and all other ma
chinery carefully and ex
peditiously repaired. :- -:-
WE UNDERSTAND OUR BUSINESS.
PEHARD & WAKEFIELD,
SOCOKKO, N. M.
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
CARTHAGE COAL fóll.luG CO,
M. L. Hilton & Givanc Lucra,
C. T. KNOWN, Agent, Socorro.
A. II. HILTON, General Agent,
First Class Coat. Low Prieta.
Patromaa liona Indtmtrr.
For DrMnksnnass, Opium,
Itier Drug lUlnj.
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