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VOL. 22
SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1?. lHO'i
NO.43
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HARDWARE
113-115-117 South First.
401-403 North First.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Buy your goods where
you can get the most value
for your money. We have
the goods to show to make
your selection and our
prices can not fail to suit
you.
Price Bros. a. Co.
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Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Hay, Grain, Wood and Coal.
Wagons, Buggies, Harness,
Saddles, etc. Iron, Hard
woods. Phone 80. . j j
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First National
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
Bank
Authorized Capital - - -Paid
Up Capital, Profits and Surplus , -Dcjosits,
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OFFICERS
$ 500,000.00
200.000.00
1,800,000.00
josliua S.Reynolds, President. Frank McKee, Cashier.
M. W. FJournoy, Vice President. C. K. Newhall, Assistant Cahier
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PUBLICAN -AVAL
ROOSEVELT'S YICTORY.
Carries Every State Outside the Solid
South Except Possibly
Maryland.
Tuesday's national election was
the greatest republican landslide
in the history of the countrv.
Roosevelt and Fairbanks carried
every state classed as doubtful
wun the possible exception of
Maryland, and that bv un
precedented majorities. New
York, for example, rolled up a
republican majority of 200,000.
Even Missouri has returned to
safety and sanity" and gives her
18 electoral votes to Roosevelt bv
10,000 majority, though Folk,
the democratic candidate, was
elected governor. Colorado also
will cast her electoral vote for
Roosevelt but elected Adams, a
democrat, for erovernor. Reoubli-
can dissension in Wisconsin did
not prevent the state's giving
Roosevelt 60,000 majority. La
Follette was elected governor.
Indiana, the home of the re
publican candidate for vice-president,
gave the ticket 40,000
majority. West Virginia, the
home of democracy's candidate
for vice-president, fell in line also
and gave Roosevelt and Fairbanks
a big majority. It is is now prac
tically certain that Roosevelt will
have 325 electoral votes, a larger
number than was ever given to
any other candidate, and that his
popular majority is 2,000,000 in
round numbers, which is also the
largest any candidate has ever
received. The republican party
will have a majority of nearly
100 in the house of repres
entatives. It was a great victory.
A Good Complexion.
"Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks
restored by using De Witt's Little
Early Risers," so writes S. P.
Moore, of Nacodoches, Tex. A
certain cure for biliousness,
constipation, etc. Small pill
easy to take easy to act. Sold
by Socorro Drug and Supply Co.
St. Louis and Betum.
Tickets on sale to St. Louis
and return Oct, 26 and 27 at $42.80
for the round trip, return limit
Dec. 31, 1W4.
TllOS. JAQUH3,
Santa Fe Agt.
Fresh vegetables at Winkler's
Thanksgiving Proclamation.
Whereas, It is a universal
custom in the United States to
set aside at the close of each year
a special day for the purpose of
givingthanks to Almighty God for
for all the mercies and blessings
bestowed upon us during the year;
and
Whereas, The president of the
United States has issued a
proclamation designating Thurs
day, the 24th dav of November,
A. D. 1W4, as' Thanksgiving
Day.
Now therefore, I, Miguel A.
Otero, governor of the territory
of New Mexico, by virtue of the
authority in me vested, do hereby
ordain and proclaim Thursday,
the 24th day of Novemeber, A. I).
D04, as Thanksgiving day and a
public holiday within the limits
of the territory of New Mexico;
and I earnestly urge that all busi
ness be suspended on that day,
that the territorial institutions
and public schools be closed, so
that all may assemble in places
of worship and unite in thankful
tribute to the Almighty Father
for the general prosperity and
peace which our territory has
enjoyed and implore a continuance
of these great blessings. Let us
endeavor to assist those among
us who may be in need and
distress, so the day may be made
one of good deeds.
Done at the executive office this,
the 7th day of November, A. D.
1W4.
Witness my hand and the great
seal of the territory of New
Mexico.
MioiKL A. Oteko.
By the governor:
J. W. Raynoi.ds,
Secretary of New Mexico.
NEW MEXICO IS SAFE,
Col. Prichard for Solicitor General.
Col. Geo. W. ltfchard of White
Oaks has been appointed by
Governor Otero to be solicitor
general for New Mexico to fill
the vacancy caused by the death
of General Bartlett. Col. Prichard
spent a month with Governor
(itero and his campaigning party
doing hard work in the republi
can cause. lie is well known
throughout New Mexico and will
make a satisfactory public
servant.
The board of education held
its regular monthly meeting Mon
day evening. There was none
but routine business.
Senator Andrews Elected by Great
I Majority. Gov. Otero's Adminis
tration Endorsed.
New Mexico is safely anchored
in the republican haven. Senator
Andrews' election as delegate to
congress by a plurality of
over 5,000 demonstrates that fact.
The victory is a remarkable one
in view of the fact that it was
won against a strong democratic
opponent, an independent re
publican candidate, and the
treachery of an influential re
publican faction.
The result of the election can
hardly fail to be considered as a
gratifying endorsement of the
Otero administration. Governor
Otero himself took an active nart
in the campaign. His admin
istration was vigorously attacked
by its opponents and valiently
defended by it? friends. The
Governor replied to the criticisms 1
of his opponents in a frank and j
fearless manner, and it is evident ;
that the people of New Mexico
were convinced that he stated the I
facts as they are. At any rate, j
not only was the republican can- '
didate for delegate to congress '
elected by a large majority but
the next territorial legislature
will be overwhelmingly an admin
istration legislature. A more
gratifying endorsement could
hardly Ik: asked.
Mothers Praise It.
Mothers everywhere praise One
Minute Cough Cure for the suffer
ings it has relieved and the lives
of their little ones it has saved.
A certain cure for coughs, croup
and whooping cough. A. L.
Spafford, Postmaster of Chester,
Mich., says: "Our little girl was
unconscious from strangulation
during sudden and terrible at
tack of croup. One Minute Cough
Cure quickly relieved and cured
her. I cannot praise it too highly."
One Minute Cough Cure relieves
coughs, makes breathing easy,
cuts out phlegm, draws out
inflammation, and removes every
cause of a cough and strain on
lungs. Sold by Socorro Drug and
Supply Co.
Fresh fruits in season at Wink-
The Chieftain's Spectacles.
It is out of pure generosity
that the Chieftain refrains from
comment on an editorial that ap
pealed in last week's issue of the
esteemed Defensor del Iueblo,
though it must be confessed that
the temptation to s.y something
is almost too strong to resist.
The Defensor's editorial is as fol
lows: "Our esteemed neighbor, the
Chieftain, makes some festive
comments on the democratic stroke
of wit in ratifying the nomina
tion of Tomas Hernandez for
coroner. As our contemporary
seems to be mistaken, we will
explain the jowerful motive
which prompted the convention
to take so important a step, and
we do not doubt that the Chief
tain will thank us for the explana
tion. "Far from being a mere
excentricitv, the ratification of
the nomination of Don Tomas was
prompted by the following Christ
ian, benevolent, and charitable
impulse: On the 8th day of the
present month of November we
are going to bury piously in
oblivion all the faithful, dead,
republican politicians; and, as
there is not going to remain a
single dwarf with a head on him
among the admirers of Otero, it
was agreed that at least one of
the republican candidates should
survive, and the most appropriate
for the occasion is SeƱor Hernan
dez, who understands concerning
dead people, testamentary mat
ters, and funerals, he being able
to conduct fitting obsequies over
the mortal remains of Andrews
and his cronies in this county.
"We advise the Chieftain that
when it undertakes to criticize
the acts of the democratic party
it put on more powerful and bet
ter spectacles than those which
it now has."
Chicago and Be turn, $48.25.
To Chicago and return $48.25,
going or returning via St. Louis.
Limit, Dec. 15.
Thos Jaquks,
Santa Fe Agt.
For Sale Second-hand Oliver
type-writer in first-class condi
tion. $50. Inquire at Postal
Telegraph oflice.
ler's.
Call at The Chieftain oflice for
your fancy stationery.

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