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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
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UOTRI ARfRNATIIYlV
UMIVIlU'x
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office in
MafrdalenaandJKelly, New Mexico
..V,t,t:t:A. n n-nti(1al urapl ii'P - Dr.
AbernathyJ'frivcsJspecial attention to !ÍS
1 .,!.......... f wnillKII S
Ir. Swisher to chronic diseases, and. I
4laulof children. Ij
J)R. C. G. DUNCAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON.
South California, street, nearly "p
poaitelthe'noBtoflící.
Socorro. - - New Mexico
'pLFEGO HACA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
iocorro,
New. Niix!v
A. A. SEDILLO, '. ft
ATTOKNKY AT
Socorro. - - N M
; ; :
IXHJGIIERTY & GKllTH
ATTORNEYS A f ""
Socorro. - - Vv '
JAMES G. KIT i.t
', ATTOKNKY . A
Office in Terry block.
Socorro,
Nt
Mcxi
W, A. FLEMING JONES.
ATTORNFY-AT-LAW
Unjtid States Commissioner
Las Cruces, - New Mexico."
E. KELLEY, f
ATTORNEY. AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mcxjco.
WILLIAM II. IIKRRICK j
U. S. Dei-ut.y MinhkalSukvuvok
Irrigation Knc.inkkrimv
Socorro, - - New Mexico
CARTHAGE GOAL MINING CO.'
M. L. Hilton & Givane Lucra.
Proprietors.
i
C. T. BROWN, Agent, Sodorro.
A..H. HILTON, General Agent,
San Antonio
Firat Class Coal. Low Prices
Patroniie Home Industry;
E. E. BURLINCAMC
ASSAY OFFICE
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MablltktdiaCulotxln.l.v
!( will receive jiro-" m
Wifc SBrer Sslllcs
CoBcentraVtcn Tr.'.s '"
ITS-I73S Lswrerte 51
H.
CHAMBON
DEALER IN
General
Merch
18ft
SOCORRO,
fit .:Hf
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daca & Tqgü;
FRESH
''V Pt .
CANDIES, TKlVftS,. Nj;t ;
NOTION,' KTC.l
East Side Piara. SocorfofK.
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KILLthiCOUQH
ins CURE the LUNC55
Dr. King'
WITH
Hon Discovery
rONSUMPTION
Price
OUGHS and
POcMI.OO
Fres Trial.
OLDS
luiHt and Quickeat .Our for all
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
UC8, or MONEY BACK.
MMa
Socorro Soda Works
A. F. KATZENSTE1N, Prop.
Manufacturer of all kinds
Soft Drinks
Family Trade a Specialty
Agent for Imperial Laundry
Phone 23
East Side of Plaza
The Singer (G-1 ball bearing
H tale br Geo. Sickles.
J hi
UVERY and FEED
kv STABLE
4ff)p, and COAL
HAY AND GRAIN
Call for the Bus
GOO; RIGS, and
PROMPT SERVICE
Geo. E. COOK,
PROPRIETOR.
Good Judge
will
recommend
BALLARD'S
SNOW
IT POSITIVELY CURES
Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns,
Hni;scs Sprains, Corns,
Stiff Joints and aU the Ills
that Flesh Is Heir to.
Orook, Colo., writes: I
liavo usoa your iirmrtenc
in a Hpvere attack of Kliou
nittlinni cauHed by cold and
exposure to the weather.
(Two applications relioTed
'mo and I recommend it
highly."
PRICE 25c, 50c, $1.00
BALf.ARD
SNOW
LINIMENT CO.
CO. 1
C- i
: St. Louis, Ac.
(VnSoltf' and Recommended !
Socorro Drug and Supply Co.
tí -; -The Joke Maker.
Í'4'"Tl, r.' :. I 1..-ii-n,w! fr-i.li. "
said the man who makes jokes
for a livinr "was to take ad
vantage -of : every little thing
tliat happened to come along.
Whatever it might be, sad or
4fay, serious or merry, 1 squeezed
á joke out of it. At first they
W'L-re very poor, but after a great
deal of labor I found my brand
of humor improviig. True I of-
ten made my hist friends my
deadly enemies Snd turned every
man's .hand against ine on more
tha'ti cine occasion.' but at last I
triumphed. . I won't tell you
wltat my salary is --yod may not
believe me , Hut you can take
my word for it, young man. that
there's mo-i 'v iú making jokes." -Neyy
York Pos
Notico of Final Settlement.
r
.Notice is her?U' tÚ4..'li that the linal
,réport' in the estato of Calletano Ta
'Jfpyil, deceased, lias been tiled in the
.probate Court of Soe.iíro county, New
.Slexico, and that tin: next regular term
of said court, hciuuiu- at U o'clock
;t. ,111. on hv liist Monday in May, A.
1). PX)7, hat heen ct an the time for
hearing and ü.ismii on the aine.'
K. II. Swi.ifT, I'rohate Clerk.
. Aviso al Publico.
Aviso es nor este dadittiie el reporte
final en el estado de Calietano Tafoya
ha sido protocolado en la Corte de
Prueban tlel condado de Socorro, Nue
vo Mexico, y pie el próximo termino
de dicha corte, comenzando í las diez,
a. in. en el primer lime de Mayo, A.
P. I'i07, ha sido fijado como el tiempo
U" oir y pasar obre el mismo.
K. H. Svi:i;r,
Kscrihano de l'ruehas.
NOTICE.
To my patrons and the public:
I wish to announce that my Sun
day dinners from to s o'clock
p. ra. will hereafter be 5(1 cents
instead of 35 cents. This rate
will hold for all except for my
boarders who take. , their meals
T with the every day. 'Thanking
the public for liberal patronage
I in the past and soliciting like
patronage in the future.
Respectfully.
; R. A. Avuky.
Whorley's Photo Gallery a
Socorro is closed until April 5th
at which time he will reopen
and work for two weeks.
: "11 I
DRESSED SEALSKIN.
The
V7ny Thia Beautiful Fur It
Brought to Perfection.
If a lady's sealskin jacket be
compared with the coarse, hard
or dry salted sealskin as im
ported, or, still better, with the
coat of the living fur kcals, one
is struck with the vast difference
between them.
Passing our lingers among the
hairs of the cat or dog, we may
notice line short hairs at the
roots of the longer, coarser gen
eral covering the animal. This
is so called under fur. Hut in
the greater number of these
animals the short hairs are so
few and often m tine as to be,
comparatively speaking, lost
sight of among what to our eyes
constitutes the coat.
The operation which the skin
undergoes to bring out. so to say,
the fur. mav Ik? brielly described
as follows:
The skin, after being washed
to rid it of grease and so forth,
is laid Hat n the stretch, Hesh
side up. A Hat knife is then
passed across the Hesh substance
thinning it to a very considera
ble extent. Induing this, the
blade severs the roots of the long
strong hairs, which penetra;e
the skin deeper than do the soft,
delicate ones under the fur. The
rough hairs are then got rid of
while the fur retains its hold.
A variety of subsidiary mani
pulations, in which the pelt is
softened and preserved, are next
gone through, and then the fur
undergoes a process of dveing
which -produces that deep uni
form tint so well known and ad
mired. Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rhuum, Itch,
Ring- Worm, Herpes, Barbers'
Itch.
All of these diseases are at
tended by intense itching, which
is almost instantly relieved by
applying Chamberlain's Salve
and by its continued use a per
manent cure may be effected. It
has, in fact, cured many cases
that had resisted all other treat
ment. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by all druggists.
As Good as a Knot.
A little north side boy likes to
play with needle and thread and
pretend he is sewing. To please
him and to keep him tjuiet his
mother has been in the habit of
letting him have the articles for
his amusement while she is busv
with her household duties and
especially while she herself is
sewing. One afternoon recently
the bov was busily engaged in
his favorite domestic pursuit
when suddenly the knot came
out of the thread and it slipped
through the needle.
"Mamma," said he handing
the needle and thread to her,
"pease put the thread in the
needle and then pease put
another lump in the thread."
Columbus Dispatch.
How to Remain Young.
To continue young in health
ami strength, do as Mrs. N. F. j
Rowan, Mc Donough, Ga., did. j
She says. "Three bottles of j
Electric Bitters cured me of ;
chronic liver and stomach trouble, ;
complicated with such an un
healthy condition of the blood
that inv skin turned red as
flannel. I am now practically 20
years younger han before I
took Electric Hitters. I can now
do all my work with ease and
assist in my husband's store."
Guaranteed at Socorro Drug &
Supply Co. Price 5(c.
NOTICK i'OK I'UHLICATION.
Dkpamtmknt of tiik Intkkiok,
Land Office at Las Cnicei, N. M., )
KeD. 2o, l'X7.
Notice is hereby given that Kdwin
Kellcy of Dátil, N. N., has filed
notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, viz:
Homestead ICntry No. 324', for the E'i
SE.'4 Sec. 20, and N,'l KK'f Section 2'),
Township 2 S., Range 12 W., and that
said proof will be made before Probate
Clerk, Socorro county, at Socorro, N.
M.. on April iX)7.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence up
on, and cultivation of, the land, viz:
Jack Herbert of Magdalena, N.M.jJohn
Payue of Dátil, N. M.j Alfredo Gutier
rez, of Dátil, N. M.j Trinidad Gutier
rez of Dátil, N. M.
ICih.knu Van Pattf.n,
Register.
1
R. C. Patterson of Polvadera
has gone to Arizona for a visit of
indefinite length.
Doctor and Mrs. C. J. Sarle
returned lu Socorro Tuesday
morning from El Paso, where
they had spent several weeks
that Doctor Sarle might receive
special treatment for rheumatism.
Attorney W. A I'lemin ? ,Io-es
of Las Cruces ,irri" i .n rvic i
Monday morning to attend a
meeting of the board of regents
of the School of Mines, of which
bodv he is an active and valuable
member. .Mr. Jones formerly
resided in Socorro and therefore
has a large circle of friends here
who are always ready to extend
to him a very cordial welcome.
Prof. O. R. Smith has an
nounced that he will not be a
candidate for reelection to the
chair of Civil Engineering in
connection with the faculty of
the School of Mines. This is
unwelcome news to the friends
of the School as well as to the
personal friends of Professor
Smith and family in Socorro
Prosessor Smith has Iwen con
nected with the School of Mines
seven years and during that time
has been one of the most efficient
and valued members of the
faculty. He expects to 'enter
upon practical engineering work,
probably on the Pacific coast.
Ross McMillan, who has been
appointed supervisor of the Pecos,
Jemez and Taos Forest Reserves,
arrived in the city yesterday
from Portales where he has been
stationed for some time as super
visor of the Portales Forest re
serve. He will have his office in
this city and will be soon joined
by Mrs. McMillan and child. Mr.
and Mrs. McMillan formerly re
sided here and will be cordially
welcomed back. Santa Fe New
Mexican.
Chairman H. O. Bursum, of
the Republican Territorial Cen
tral Committee and mayor of So
corro, who has been in the city
for the past two months, went
south this evening, says the
Santa Fe New Mexican. Mr.
IJursum has been one of the
leading and most important
figures during the revni L g s
lative sessions and o v ; .s
great influence, sugacii , u.o er
at ion and good advice, many
valuable and beneficial measures
were passed by the Assembly and
became law. He is one of the
best and most favorably known
citizens of the Sunshine Terri
tory and retains his stronghold
in the friendship and good will
of many of the best citizens of
New Mexico. Mrs. Bursum was
a visitor in the city for a time
and was treated with much
social distinction and attention.
Mr. and Mrs. Bursum were resi
dents of the city for a number of
years and have many warm and
true friends here.
lion. William E. Martin, who
handled the clerical business of
the Council of the Legislative
Assembly in first class and very
successful manner, went home to
the Gem Citv this evening. Mr.
Martin is too well and favorably
known in Santa Fe for extended
comment. Suffice it to say that
he is the most competent chief
clerk of the Council in the history
of all the Legislative Assemblies
in the Territory. That he was
very popular with the members
is shown by the handsome gifts
.Ustowed upon him by them
when the session closed last
Thursday. He himsé"lí"víává
veteran legislator, having been a
member of the House of Repre
sentatives, one term and two
terms as a member of the Coun
cil and having acquitted himself
in these positions in a remarkably
successful and gratifying manner.
As clerk of the district court for
the Third Judical District he has
made a splendid record in every
way. Mrs. Martin spent several
weeks here with him and, as she
is very well liked by Santa Fe
society people, enjoyed herself.--Santa
Fe Mew Mexican.
LOCALS
BANK OF MAGDALENA
MAGDALENA, N. M.
Capital - $30,000.00
WE WANT YOUR
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
JOHN BCCKCR, PfttSiOCNT ' QUSTAV BCCKCR, VlCC PftCSIDtNT
J. S. MACTAVISH, CMIM.
M. W. FLOURNOY. SOLOMON LUNA.
California
Colonist
Excursions
One-way tickets on sale daily March 1 to April M).
Free chair cars.
Tourist sleepers (small extra charge.)
Personally conducted parties tri-weekly.
The
"Tin K.irlh."
"San .1 ta j u i n Vallf v ."
"Ki'w lT. n t'i imitMii tamlK.'
First National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Authorized Capital 5
Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus
Deposits -
OFFICERS
Joshua S. Kayuolds, President.
M. V. Klournov, Vice President.
-0 -UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY-0-
DEPOSITORY FOR THE A. T. A S. V. RY. SYSTEM.
nn
If
That New Spring
Suit
Are You Ready
lor It?
WE HAVE FOUR
OR FIVE HUNDRED
OF THE NEWEST
SPRING IDEAS AND
THATS ABOUT AS
MANY NEW WRINK
LES AS THE WOOLEN
MANUFACTURERS
HAVE BROUGHT
OUT FOR THIS
SEASON.
YOU DONT NEED
TO RUN ALL ROUND
TOWN TO FIND
WHAT YOU WANT.
WE VE COT IT AND
WE'VE COT IT AT
YOUR PRICE, TOO.
THE NEW SMOKE
SHADES ARE VERY
FETCHING THE
SILVER AND GUN
METAL CREYS NEA
TER AND NATTIER
THAN EVER THE
POPULAR BROWNS.
FANCY CHECKS.
STRIPES AND OVER
PLAIDS THE LATEST
IN SILK MIXTURES
AND FANCY WOR
STEDS YOU'LL FIND
THEM ALL IN OUR
BIG DISPLAY.
AND THE BEST OF
IT ALL IS THAT
YOUR GARMENTS
WILL BE MADE TO
YOUR MEASURE BY
THE ROYAL TAILORS
OF CHICAGO AND
NEW YORK AND
THERE'S NOTHING
BETTER THAN
ROYAL TAILORING.
ROYAL CLOTHES
HAVE STYLE AND
SNAP, THEY FITj
THEY sr. COMFORT
ABLE. THEY KEEP
THEIR SHAPE, THEY
ARE GUARANTEED.
fAIUSUXa DRESS ItTTtB"
Newcomb, Collins & Co.
Ranch for Rent or Bala.
A ranch with fine grass and
plenty of water for sale or rent
on reasonable terms: T. W.
Medley,' Hurley, New Mexico.
BANKING BUSINESS
$25
THOS. JXyUlIS. Ajrent.
Atchison, Topcka & 5ante Fe Ry .,
Socorro, N. At.
5oi,(ioe.ei
25(i.(( IP. do
2.CCO.CO0.00
I'" ra nk McKee, Cashier.
V. W. Wood. AftiM.uit t';il'ii

A Ik. f cr I
a Yau need no't
Jibe fearful if you nrr 7
BALLARD ;S
liOREHOUNO j
SYRUP l
tor that cough. Thero r.r.i
many oonsumntlvr-o who no r
would b well If tliey
cared for their health.
Bollard 'a Horchound Sym
Carea Coughs, Cold BroiOu
tls, Sore Throat, Whoopr;
Cough and Lung Trouble .
SAVED SICK SPni-l.
Mrs. Emma Johns, L.v-
gas, N. Mex. write: "1
commend Ilorehound S,".
to all I know troubled ,. . ,
coughs, colds, etc., I !u
boon saved numerous :
spells, by using this rt'ti: t:- .
able preparation."
PRICE 25c, 50c, $1.0.,
I - - i IMIIM I I.
Ballard Snow Unir'1' '
ST. LOUIS,
JL- Z-.
Sold aud Rccor. n:
Socorro Prujr and Supply Co.
PREMIUM MARKET.
KAST.SIDK 1'LAZA.
JUST WKNICI,
KVKRYTHINC NKW.
NKAT AND CI, KAN.
THE MEATS WE CARRY
are the best that can he pro
cured. They are the finest
reMi It front carefully raised
stock well handled in hutch
eriiiK. PERFECTLY SERVED
so that there is never anv
difficulty in getting a nice
roast or steak whenever you
want it.
HILL & FISCHER,
PROPRIETORS.
East Side of Plaza.
t:. 'ji&nl "titter.

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