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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL
New Mexico Historical and Resources Edition'
New Mexico's Wonder ful ' "-JBeveloprnehS:
FOUR.
ELFEGO BACA
Albuquerque Publisher and Prominent Attorney
Although Nt w Mexico )m liniv at
tained (I) U Slillf of i-l , i liK.'l t (titi wheir
Yiiilcmt m rmv unci i-inne iiw' al
mum nmi-e xistcht. lin n- wis ?
lime h'-n lilt- prill. Ipul bit loi't-'
. mi. J i tiir;' mini earned hi own JaiiBe
JUI Ullli t'XI l llll"ll.T In a ll.'IM r ui
ill t i'in. I'll tic nu n who .. h.iuidl
tin r fillip, mm made tin- will oi me
j. . ..iih i i-poi ted by all mid broke ii)
tin hi tvlen H'l'i ilifonit r attendant
upon uih iii"t opening up "i
country must tie uieoi'ltd fcri'iii cr. tilt.
Kllego hai'it is "ii" il' llnutw. ill' t"Ok
u prominent part In the erect u.n of
siundiirili or inw and order uml the
enforcement of th rniindiites nf th.it
Jaw. He- I? ttiti hero uf Hi" "Hum
mutiny war" In which he r.-irrl -d rc
peit lor order Into Hi ratnesrs or
the FrlMo mountain.!, 111" miles west
of Socorro, and iiifon ii his riKht to
hold a prisoner In a Hi hour txi it
Air. lium Is u native of New Mexico,
having hem horn lu riocorro, In ).".
Jin In the noil or lion lrariclsio Uncu
Mini JtinnilK Hutu. 1 1 In parents repre
sent one Of tllO ilium old flllllilk'H of
New Alexlcn, and 'one which has lonif
been prominent in suite affair. An
restore it it fl reliithe of Air lines
fought In the civil wur. At the age
of oii.i car, sir. Hucii wtta taken hy IiIm
parent to Topekn, und ut Tom -kit he
Hint raised uml retched his education.
When h wus 1. h returned to New
Miami, iiinl begin ihe hi inly of law In
lui! office of Juile; II. II. Iliiniilii.n.
Three years nftcr hi return to New
Mi'iii'n, .sheriff Kliiipnoii iippi'lutc.l
.Mr. Illicit ii deputy, uml It Wan in Hi In
rspaiiiy thin hi- gained hi ouch hla
re puiainm lor bravery nrd ilnl such
itooil work for I ii iv and or.hr. (Some
riiuLiiv had tied u young native, hum
fil Miiitlnix, to it tree uml u.i.-il hliu n
H turrit, l our hlmt ktruclt the uii-
!l;n :l li.m n I'tcil for tl'llll "'. 111. i ll
cnpltiil . hi 'H uml hn8 uoil-n ho u.'ht
i.ciiiiii ic, ri v linn- ll. ' -' I .i
tli in .1 Iiumi. oitf uml p coiiKlunl l'
ui i.wln;, '"ii ' Jiitiy hiimiiImI . h ii.
live ifi..h'. II.' hux Kl':il lll!i.l III
lll'K llin IlliJ iillK " II .'.lll'il i.'.'.'vl IH
.ill ;itl.il'li V. hli h I" M.l-'rl't I .'-ill'
h. lu.-i iiici'.kii an clili.i'.
For .i ihiimImi i.f vicrs. Ale. i;.ci
hi. . H I ;m i-dih.r i.i ihc ha I'uh
Ih :i nii'l Iihh h -hi nr. hi Inl Iiii'iii u
in thi. vole nf Ho- SimhiIkIi NnitlUm;
In "hi.' through III" ti'i Di hunt. U'll
iho'.iKhl out iMillcrhiln. M In m"cril-
lllll Willi hl'illli "'In' of lhi I Hill 'i:,-
Fimiiiih hi'Iii-ih In it country .hl Ii
hdH t.'.'"lii-c:) iiiiinv Hiicii mill U t u!io
crilcrcil thi" I-jikMiIi prcNH ut lime
wiih pnr.ii ",'lui ly wi ll t rltti-ii unj v i ll
Poll ICI' 111 tide I'll pllllllc lll'-' l.'l.
.Mr. Ilict ;ia n flnni ( iinilhl i lo III
th,. cli i lion fur mule oflicinhi hmt full,
nml thoiiuli ih fi'iitcil hy t ' n m i-mv 1 1 -n
'iiiiy. lor Unit iti f !-, In In no v
ili-. i roJi i it In- th" rtciViit for f i
former IIoiikIi Hhler hits a host of
frl. ful in New .Mexico, nml Kpent con
Mih lill.l,. lime in hiclirlllK h!n clue thin,
iitiiKii.i; iikiii HiH'vchci in illffercnl
I oi i in of Ihe leri liory nnil otherwise
liiiitinx ii KtrcmioiiK tit in iti iij ii. i
Mr. linen Iiiik iiIwiiih heen n mnr
of is rent piihllc spirit ii I cvhlciici-it
hy tHe offlci he h.'it lolil anil Iiiih
miiiiy tlnnn plnccl hlw lini" nml cl
lort .it Ih" ifiNpoHiil of Home inriliy
iiff.ilr of pnhlle tnterert or wclliir-.
He hn rcceiitly hull; ,i n -w offl
ImihliiiK for hi paper, l.ii opinion
I ' i 1 1 1 1 -1 nml Ihe phint lit lew ItiHtnlle l
'here In one of Ihe iimM iiioitcrn ami
l,el npiippcl piliilinx .ilfii e hulhllim
III 111" Mule. A Hllile of oI'IIccn for hi
ou ii one UN nn ii I loriiey lire tncorpor
n t ill In (he hiillilinw. Thin new Htru -
(( oiiilnneil I'loin I'ltjii1 Tlircc.
nnv debt toiitruiiiil helore : tt-rit .'"
lMllefl.
In MlRnlnit iiiiiim to he uhi-i) In the
html office, uiwny tipn tin. I 'In ii'l in n
Hume In lull without alihrevhitlon.
To fence puhllc IiiihIh hi winch a
M-ttlcr h'i no claim, or oi Ih i v. ine in
ixirclMf fxt-ltml control over them, :
iinlUM'I'ul a 1 1 1 1 snlijiili Ihi off. niler in
fine iiinl ItliprlHoitmeni.
K'vciy pei'H'in ilcsliiiix to nukr
hoiiicHteiuJ or il'-i' it liimi . riri'a
H M'lUil'.il to iilake mill lliat
Within four year from the ilate ir
Inn entry the cliilniHnt unisi proe it
iecliiniiuh.il anil pity u i in tlu r ;:overn
lllellt lee of $.U) p- arre. excepl i:
plotliieil hy iii-t of niiiiilrs', .MarcU
U', t -i
Hum hiinl entrle cm In- icsiKiiei)
to ally tmhl'lu fit-i Kn w!m Im- never
niiiUe or held an tiitry. itial the as-
Kli-TiH .-Ill 'Ot;ijj- v.if.S the 111'', .mil
in.ii'.e tin final proni.
h'e.i'iid iki'erl I. mil entile nui lr
mnile o provided by ihe acl of cen-t-rem.
.tll-ch ill. J 'Ills', i;, !h.- A-illr-iiiaiuicr
i-.:iil under tl.- -iti,.- ii.ndi
lion a.-' yecoijd hoiiii t id iitrief,
ISAAC BARTH
State Senator New Mexico
c .iti Ke, which will hold Ihe land
lourteen nionilm from ilaie of aettle-
,,' ,.(, V"' y.i
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l.: I , ) ' ' '" i
1 t "' 'Yi''ni.iiH.fe.
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l..u J'.' tt gyw; ,
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fortooare . i ij; man fi-i tain.'. ti..pe
of th ..i i-iii.iiltu i-r I . l .. ' 1 v M i .
1'. a it. nt H i" the 1'ie.e .i at-
rrtl tie men ! iolliol II.- Mriiled
(t i tfr . th.- man h III I I-i n rent
In arte t. ii-nl i,e. Mm; hun lo a
tMUI.io.il in a pi elinmi .rv he..nnK.
hfi. he W.i i II. i. ke.l ht a tin;.. Iiinl.
of lit III .1 e.. I. c. . Ai't.-r a in hour
tllhl. he , 1 lit- P. in (., lt,'(,', to, i
t.ljtx af'.:T i.il'iof t o e' hi oi'j.oni nn
UO. t-e..lHi.:.i; ' el.ll mate. Vi'e pct-
f"i::i!ii ot th: t" it w'.n a nor
In V i.l 1 tear.-. ,.i Mr lit, n nli, ;
unlitml"d jira-e bit I unit .-!:l r-h-
M'I
The III V! ; . ir Ml . 1 .. .1 K .t . pollil .
t il w d- i .1; t' till ill II. I Iiiilia i iHiillv
to I Mini. i:t t hat t a t-aiiiy ut.i !l 1 si.
I., li a j i a1,' point, il I lllle.l St.it. .
l..t. II. ..rub il l. .e ,l M. a. Ill
i k '. In tt ta i..i.li- h ry 1 1. 1 o, tin ait
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jiol. nt In l, ,, Jli I .it . I. a.: tin l
Iiovtl i ..t,er-i to. .lilt w., ootii -tl.
i! Ii ..'Ul.iv tail, i,d . i,,d I., iil.-it
..e t. .i tor u M ai. e oi ippoi-.i u .-.
he ,li i . . 'til lo Ihe no in. t.:-, t. .- a t . ir
I ':' ' Il . ' - a l.liltle I
to Ihe !...r. It ti.e i; t.ni he b
lr t' li. iti i..- ; r i-.i-t ii riiininal
. e :(.i ,.,,; 1-1 ih,- , 1 1 fo n .
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the "am"
which oa .
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lo..-e hi : I i r.t i . ). i , i. it.
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lure ulaiid at tin t inner of Nivth m l
ll.oil iitelu e in tin ilit of Al!ulia, .--
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I.I .in !i of the It .. ,, I . , 1 1 . 1 1 ,
i hi ma lit 1 1 nr Ii. i n
111 X w M . X Ico II al t.i II .
I' ici. hi Mther. t.it bm n in Ho
iinio lomity on ihe kin i limn in aranl
"lil.lt behnitt lo tne t.ni ii famllv
and h id siv iliil.li.ii. Tin mil Jeci .
I hi Ke'l-h I (he t nlllini t nf Ihe fttlll-
ll'
Mi. Hat-1 ruler, d ihe pi ai I in n( a tv
- t paru.er id JiiiUp I ifrniMn.
iotimr Janllie ef the mipienn. .i.uri.
Thin (,-atf Ihe fl f in eertaln H II i ill It I
' I i.pUk.' nml Ihe exploit and "H-
ii.l popidiirltt ef toiniK Mr. tin r.t
i.ne it nmre. mi Hon it u.itt tuit-rt mf, 1
I I on. t he ten Halt.
Mr. Ii.e.t ottn it tolmi.teral.il
.in .101 i.f M ill i i-iali- In ihi i ,v mi, I
i i nniri'. ami h.i .-houu hi im
tr. . n . and in r.-t I t-nterprlM- be
I.i 'let; .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 o r ot hlllhlltll. tin li.
lit.. 1..IHCIU land hi lien winked on
' Mill. .iriniKi mi nt h llll lele'i
iai mi i lot i. ,t,n, j ,
r.ill ly in. I... I, li ia i, , M inillte
eft i I a ut He Mlii iN In lite ., ha
M'- I i.f a. II.- he all. lined ttlthlll it
i t. i-.ii. t.. an ,-mii,,. .,,snh.n In
' '" bar .! ihi mat.-, ha been Ih -l
o'ibi . ! n-ti-i.il ..in. t of honor ami
I lit ..n.l i.inU ti r, huti ,i tl. .
mi l i Ik i ! In ,.nii Tii,. Munition It
bo .t i, la., i . p ubii. an parti max
' I'la-ii ,e . ,i i.t in,. j, ii)Mt w hen hf
it el. teit . lei It ol . , itlinly, in
If'.'. h,- .i.i,.d it lalller llla.lorilv
'h.li I'i. iil.il Iiimii'..! ,,f t,i ,
lot I I' ...'..f.l .,
lii v..t mi Mat , him been a man
f Ih. life ..hi. Ii li piet.enta Ihe l-i.l
. it Mix..-, i .in pi,., In, , H,. I,.,,
.' i n ..ii . in , . I nt ii hi.ii,K hp t nli i.
i'-.i.ti .n.i,. vol, laini ,,, himi,
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I now a t i hot .
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III !! H'ler I ho Hie t. ;i
I.f. I H elot till'.-- '-'. l.t
i b'f tf I'i I- it 1 1 .rtf .. m
, a ! t foi-'Htnit i-nil" ...ttr.
-otto. I . r iiier t..rt, l..n
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- .. . l'...rt en 1 iih Itltlortl
ft.-1 , . tr ui.' i.i t.tfHi-ni tbt
f.t.t.t il,. m let, - . r. rten
t.
fioiii any vompleteil rnili'i.inl, or fill
per arte If wl:hln fifteen mlll'M of gtieh
i.illiofd, i xcept In ciiHps KhiTf ihe
h nil has heen classified ut a higher
price.
or Instead of paying fur tho htnil ut
once, ihe Hpidkunt may within BO dav
after p. 88i.!.on lin.i llpproprlatUin, tUt v better eMimnln of the tvno of rlt.trv nn.l llilo r..Hltlnn I,- ...t, -.
hi dclaratlon of Intention to pur- men hrn,,n. ,.,,,i, ..e ,ne ti.i.i Vf ,hA . ", ". .." ' ',UJUS-
. .. m . . r, j w x ..v- x i DkULx? tuivuuii nt? w8 urer-
1UI moTf KTl'fliUitUl tl!t.:-N in fv I'.lPVKO t-.l Uv hia frnni 11 maia th
rnent Applica.o., to file or Vurc-hue wnone rocorrl oraciiievemenls Is alike district, and was elected after S
, o h, . I U T' i,,'V ,tlwr cre,lit u' M"'-" u t,,e w lir,t race. This was largely 0 .0
autnorid to ndmmiMev ...ttlm. ot wnKh ,,e lH thu olf.vnng. Air. appreciation of his efforts to break im
oticf of climii. - linrth is one of the nulive sons of the lifh dominant republican control
I'li-Min xvho hate made. Improve- whom New .Mexico is most proud, and of Sandoval county. Next month
111 prifle of whom sne has most ;uti- when the firut state legislature meets
iictition. lie has long taken a prom- he will have the honor of beine
inent pn: t 111 public afrairs. not only one 01 tne men wno will start the new
in those of a political nature, nit if etate upon its pain of progress,
a more or le.-'s prlvau or individual .Mr. Barth is a member of the Sitr
nature, his public nwrltedness caus- ma Xu Phi, of the E!l;s. Is a thirty
inif him to come to the front when- gocond degree Mason and a Shrlner
He is a member of the Commercial
ever a koihI man is needed and no
one cae is fortht otniiig. L'y ku duini;,
he hut cauaed hianst li a treat deal of
work and hat; at times been the sub
ject ot criticism from those too self
interested to tali a his active part In
the betterment of the toiiimunity. .Mr.
Br.i'tn has always stood ready to
champion any fcood movement which
stood In need of a tribune, a ml to lend
both his work and his pocKetbook to
any cause which lie espoused us jusv.
Isaac Murth was horn In Cubero,
Valencia county, Suw Mexico. in
18 iti. In his veins flows the blood
of two races, for his father, Solomon
liuith, was one of the early settlers
here and his inother came from a
prominent .spaniish-Ameriean family.
She was, betoru her niurriaee to '-.Mr.
Harth, Kcfugla Landurazo. Thus la
the son the pnlduot of two of the old
est races, joined in a new country, ami
in his life and early training, the
rigors and hustling energy of the fron
tier entered in ialge measure.
The boy, Isaac, was educated at ot.
Michael's college in .Sanla F-j, and lit
er in tho public schools uf Grand
Kupnls, Mich., coming back to New
Mexico in 18SI8 and graduating from
club, in which he has been an active
and energetic influence for a better
and bigger Albuquerque, and is chair
man of the executive committee of the
New Mexico Bar association.
Among other Irnportant affairs in
which ho has been Interested is the se
curing of a street car lino for the
Highlands, In which he was very
largely Instrumental. Mr. Ibirth Is
FtHrrrtarv of the t'itizens' Traction an t
Power company and fought the legal
battles of that corporation success
fully through tho territorial courts
when the railroad company oposed
its crossing their tracks at Tijeras
avenue.
lie Is a director of the Smith Sprlnff
Wheel company and is the president
of the New Mexico Fair association,
in this capacity he last year h-.-aded
one of the most successful fairs ever
held In the state. It was ihe only one
tnnt ever had a cash balance left at
closing, a fact of which he is quite
proud.
lie was admitted lo the New Mexico
bar in lliuy, and has since that time
taken a prominent place in tne front
rank of the attorneys of the state.
the hind desired hy him for
either liointHtend or desert land pni
piiHeH Is more valuable lor itKiifiilltiral
mid grnXliiK purpose than lor nnv
mineral that in it lit be contained in ii.
to the best of his knowledge. Hence il
will be iiiih that a personal In.-'pcctioii
or the tract desired by any person,
otherwise qualified by law to make a
hoiuesloud. desert, or other land entry
Is neerssary In order to make Ih"
required oath upon the blank demon
ItiHtlon In the I'nlietl Stale hunt of
fice as the "Nnn-minef n) uffidavit."
Such affidavit must he filed nTlh the
first entfy papers and with the find I
proof In homestead and desert land
fuses. y
. Until I'rool.
Iltfore final proof can bix'mntle on n
homestead or desert land entry, npplt
cttlon nt Uft be made In the I ind utile-'
and a notice secured, which must .10
published In a newspaper to he ilesig--tinted
by ihe renlrUr. I"f period .tf
thirty coniwciiilve dt. or six cviiocu
tlvo week.
Tho application hjuI notue must
Kite names and potofflie addresses
tf four persons who will be witnesses
in iiiMkini proof.
On tint day set by the register, filial
proof can he made at the land 01 flee,
at the ''utility xtcat of the cnuniy m
which Ihe land lbs. or before n I'm
ted States court t oiiiinlHsioner or n
piobale crk or prolmte JadMe for
tho colilllv a designated by the reifi--lor.
I .nml coiitaini'il In a hoinetend en
tiv ftnnot he sold, transferred, moit
miKid or contracted to be transferred
Mi:it mo .u win: vi.i.i:v oiu iiiu
of congress. IVhrunrv 8.
ait
limb
1 !IHS.
ro.'se.'sory right 1. 11 iinsurvcyed
l.lllilb lltlde! Ihu den -ft Inn I laws
iimt be followed by such nellon as
Is liecwsary lo .eii!ually irrig.He, re
claim ami ftiltlvale the land. Fetie
Ing the tract would not be allowed ex
cept when necessary to protect con
struction works or the ciiliitated portions.
mints i.n coal lands that have, n 't
been ciass fied may file notice of
claim 111 th. local land olfice, nml
when classification is mnile they will
l o notified by icgistered mail of their
rii:ht to ass -rt formal claim. 1
Serin lailrle. , t
Sfldiers' and sailors' additional
homestead rights are assignable an 1
can be located by the assignee upon
Hny land subietrt- to homestead entry.
I leiiloii of Tin if In Mibinitilnn proof The? rights come In 40, 80 and U'"
l inlcr f'crtirn t'omllilon. arre flics, and are now selling at frivn
l-n.ler the provision of the act of ' 1 12? o..!0:U ' .. .. ..
Maich 2H. 1SIIS. Ih,. iietli.d .r f..r J"VB "re ""." r'"
before riunl plot f has
f.iwl celtlllisle lssotd.
IjiiiiI tlflit-r
In New Mixiio th,.
sre as follows.
h n made mid
I ce.
land ol 1,1 e
lb mesteml Atrei II,:.". .' ..'
Land IjiiiiI
Patiih'i. fit $ l.ir,a $ xt oil
when mi x 11.1 1 1. on
In. 1111 stead K'" 1 l .'i'l I M I'O
I 1 nli red I fin 11. 1111 j; 'l
ratable I" f. '.fl I X ml
it hen final xu 3 nn i; n,
pro if 1 .'a Mi s till
is mad.' 111 li.iiu 1:' ail
liili The 1. fly IS.ftll itcre I il ii 1 1 in
New Mexico I thai ttlihin the limits
of ihu Atlantic iV I'm Hit railroad
arant In western itleiicia, Sandoval,
ami .M. KItihy fount le. I
HIM Itr i.mi j: ritil-.s.
Ktt-rv utiallfie.l person, a resident
of Ni A Mexico, lliaf enter AiTfl
or le.-. of desert land, tieserl limit is
he'd under th,. t'n't.d States land
laws and reutil.ttmn to hi- html with
out utowth of minimi I i tit I t-r. which
run tu made to pruit.it. by Irriga
tion, and upon whit ft ordinary flops
will in 1 grow and in ttuie without tr-
l iKat nn.
A maril.it wit. .111 inn iimke 11 des
ert In ml ti.ttt. 11 it 1 tor her own use
end m ule Willi In r own money. The
lettltr 11111. .n 'i .iiti nn t re
when ihe e.ilrr I iiotde. He nitiHt ex
pend ii. 1 b than 11 per aire eat h
year, lor thie,- t'iMTH, 111 procuring wa
ter tor i 1 1 tt-e. I Ion ar.l in permanent
in. protein. ntH mi l nn. 11 1 aim ate
"I i-f tlllll o( the I 11,,) fliteretl.
Ibtore ihe expitaiioii id tine xenr.
i fler the d. Ir I f ti e ctitiy, the n
irtmnft 11 n-i ir, in il,,. land offlro a
t-.llol .tf.tt.it t'orri M'lti ;.'l fit slt-itv
tin h. w ih.- 1! j . r a. re has bt :i
t xi i le.t !. A t 11 I.i t 10 I ii' 1 Ins Hti l- -mi
ni, v 1 h I, th,- ri-. .111, --I lime, is
I'l'll ln..l.d fi.r colli M.
year may he extend. 1. In the-discretion
if tho coinmlstiont r of the oten
eial land officv. for ,111 additional per-,
ind nm excecillnir itir.-e years If, hy
.reason of some i.n.noidalle delay in
the cotiNtriietion ol the Irrltra : itiij
woiks Inter.dftl to fnnvtry Water to the
and. the einryman Is inhibit' In inaKe
proof of 1 e.-'n ma lion, and cultivation
rmulr vl ttithir the fpur years.
a-jo-.u nr. iiiMKM:.i)s.v
Ity the set of February in, t nn!),
known nf ihe enlarged honiesteatl m i,
a person may make homestead entry
if 32D nc.-e. To make entrt under
mild act ore ;:n s: posf-ess th" Faiiie
Miialilli ;i( 1111: 1 ate reiiili'i d under
the gi neral h' in stead Uinta.' The urea
In which intty can ho made tor HJI)
"Clot most he inch us has been destir
r.atcd hv th- sect etar.v of the Int.r
lor. Hut thofe who make entry under
the piovtsiois of this net cannot a't
ti'wsids make homestead enir-- unde.
the provls mi of the goneral liomi -stead
laws, nor tan hn rniryninn
it ho enter under tho teneral hoine
sietd law laud designated hi I'allln ;
within the iini i-iii us of this net after
wurds eiiier an land, tinder this
let.
A 1 it; nn who has, since August "0.
IStfrt .t.b'anne.l il.'ii aens of land undoi
the am leiiitnial-land laws 1 not en
titled to mull" 1'iiry under this act:
neither Is s iernn who has acquired
tit'e to Hifi acres under the general
hi'Ti-CMtcad low entitled to make an
ot'V'r h.no-i.v.,l entry under Ibis'
act.
If. hnwetir. a person Is a qualified
flitryiuan uml r the homestend la .t a
of the l'nlle.1 Stales, he ma be al
lowed to enter 3L'lt itcies under this
net. or such a l.-s smitunt as when ail
tleil ttl Ihe land previously elitere I
or held by him under the iigrli ultural
land laws t-b.ill not exceed In the ai
g regale s cie.
Il Is Impossilil, to give a.-euralely
the locaiion u lands opt ft ti entry
under Ihe :iin-ere law The data
ftttistantiy (i.'rn;lnK. New wrens ar
leing added, and some lands alrt ady
designated hate I. en recalled. 'ihe
only way 1 nrre.-t lot u met Ion us 1..
scrt-age ib-" nm. 1, , under the t nlarged
honioiteitd ui t. may bo obtained. Is by
wrllitiK the land 1 f f Ice In bnrne of
Ihe tliHtnet. ai to a particular ir.iit.
r by Hieiir ii n iownhl)i pi. t.
1 oa 1 tm I- ntrl,
'oftl Is iii.i n ianl in New Mexi.-n
nn, Is found, a ftr us dls-ovt-red. in
t;iH fiil.l in f'oltax. I.'ncoln. .M. K a
li . n Tiluin i;to Arriba. 811:1 J111.11,
Mixuel. Santa Ke. S'.
I'nion and V.ilentli
oeated on public liunl, but
the prlc." I too high to be
except In extraordinary
may be
generally
available
' cases.
There are sevtrai kinds of scrip Is-
ued hy Ihj general land oftii e. which
can be loeatt-d upon unappropriated
nubile lanJs of the I'nited States by
simply filing In the respective hind of
fice with nn affidavit describing tri
land sought to be entered and prnvinn
flint , the same is of a non-mineral
character and worth more for agricul
tural purposes than for minerals.
The feveral kinds "f scrip tan' be
ptitchased from land , scrip t rokers
nrd range In prli e from' six tfi) to
foity Mio diiilsrs per aire, accord
,n to value, t'ertaln kinds of e:Tlp
can be located on unsurteyed land.
Moi-t clasio-i, however, can be used
on'y on surve.Vrd land.
XATIOMI. I llKKsTtx l y.W
MKXU'O.
How lo Obtain a llonieslenil Therein
4iruxing I't'riiills Tiiiihi'i' Sales.
New .Mexico has ten national for
ems and a small portion of the les
Animas fonsl, which lies chiefly in
Colorado. These forests cover the
fnoitnous total area ol 11,168,137
acres. Within iheir boundaries Is a
very large urea of Hind which, upon
examination, may ! I mind more use
ful for agriculture thisa tor any oth
br imrpoM. and such land may be en
tered upon as "lioiuestcii 1 land. The
lot eiry bin en 11 eiicournges settlement
within the national forests wherever 11
'is shown that land Is more useful for
agriculture than for other imrpeai.
and whenever the law will permit
such settlement.
Homesteads within national forests
are acquired by application under the
a. t of Julin 11, mini. This net Is oft n
des gn.ited a the "Forest Homestead
Act,' and is simply an extens;on of the
homestead law. slightly modified. It
applies to national forests only. The
rommulath n clause of tho homestead
law Is nt t applicable to the Art of
Juno 11 five year actual residence
is required
Any person who . riuallfied to
ni:ik .1 a hi me!"' entry on the pub
lic domain is milled to make appli
cation under the ai t of June 11. iaati.
end hvive a tract of land, not to exceed
I tin acres, xamined to determine
1. -Hue for agricultural purpose.
-"Xw
'V .
- - . -
' -1h
VJli 4 .
O v "
ll liwn iHJWHSHHWHll i , .
the Albuquerque H.gli school ill 1MJJ.
with hig.i Krade-a. loiter he attended
inu Imtialia Ijiw school ut lliJlan
a pulls, but lor the live years Inilued-
btiely niter hid graduation from the
Photo by Walton.
handling several very .rrportant rnscs
which are of Interest to uttoinevs all
thr.iup.i tho southwe.-t.
Mr. rarth has l.irire Interests In the
ihccp Industry r,f the new ttato. and
High school he punched cows,' as the has boen Intel esled at different times
homely, but nr.-.i itiitite phi an." bus it
in Valencia county.
Thia xvork was excellent prepara
tion lor tne coining studies ut the la ti
ter 11 tf.tve him un Insigiit into the
ways 01 the world, and especially ut
the men who composed a htrgo part
of the population of his state, no he
bad uuvuniagcs in 1110 study of Ii ulnar,
nature usuauy denied the son of wed
to do parents, audi as he was. More
than Unit, It c-lfecluully stilled the
Idea for hhn, that young nun thould
travel about, and when hla parents
allowed him to leavu the ranges and
ii. aT'i to the law school he was not oniv
An- anxious 10 go. Kven the
of
'it alien lorioa en be obtained either en'iir.g ex-
froin tho otf.ee of tho district forester -'"-" l'110 "ncn nun pall-
in AlbiK.uer.ii.e. X. II.. or from the Td uM,n .'1,lnK man- n'l he was
:rett m'erior in charge of the
in
ui t it.
S ntilot at
crrtx. S. e
1 01 iltier.
lint- hot lilert'Oil ffom tfltry ny
tre C nt rnni.-ni. which are iimie va!
I'll'ii' In" c ni th in f' r tint nthi-r tui
01 se. tuny ),. p'niV-an.-d l-y i-tiv iiumII
tol nr-. n .. nil nra.fr when tliev
1110 siiutt:.-! more than f.flien ii.II-h
loiest on which land for homestead
entry niav be desired. It Is nei-ea-seiy
ftr applicant to select the land
they i!t sire. Tf the land Is surtex.1
they mtiM tleiivna;e It lii their i pli
cat'o.t bv legal Htititlit i.-ions; If tin
sel v yed. tao d-eiritl srea must be de
le Id. d by nn in and bound In order
that ih- toiesi oiticr who examines
I ( oiiiiiiMeil mi Pago I'itr.)
- t --4i.
-IT-
..ji-X ts
rx--' Ti'Cj
9 ft T
' ir
ounsry inr ine opportunities pre
ken tea by college training and life at
a col ege. So I.o appit d hirnself to
hi books with rommen lahle e.irnesl
neaa. and received a degree of Ll. It.
for hla pain.
After rruduatlon from the law
school, he returned to Arizona, to
which territory hi parents I. a, I re
moved, and there appli-jd lor a mis
sion l the bar. w an Ii he reiclie.l
Boon after; to be exact. In I MI. He
entered the prat lite of the law well
equipped for It. and with a mind
made kern hy Its yeirs of study .n
try Indiana school, after 1: hp. 1 been
well prepared for the work bv the
years of dally lontnct with tho" n
p.e w no tnen mane
in several mercantile ventures, all
w'uch hnvo heen ver?.' r'-iccefol
Mr. Unrth'r grandfather. Francisco
Landoraso, was a member of tho legis
lative apsemhly of New Mexico In
1S57, and his father was several
times a member of th-j legislature or
Ann na.
S rc: he ha nut,-,, his home In
A huquerque. Mr. Harth has taken .1
vt ty ai live Interest in political mut
ters nml has dure some . xcellent
woik ,nr his p-.r:v In this line. T01
much c'ftlit cannot he 1:1 i I at his
leer for the hverail (,f fjen.-ral feeling
in Simlevul etiun'v nt the last clece
l.on. when his own iff arts were prac
tically 'r r.t entirely res,ionsih'- for
the ,-onniy coing diino.ralic by ft
larue niab rity. after It had box n rc
puh' e-ui for j ears.
Mr. P nth ha been the author of
l:m oitant legislation In ArUons.
wher,. he wis 11 m.-mher of the leis
latun. a: ed is destined to play an I111
o;ant Hart in tho work of New Mex
bos lut staie legirlature. At the
irmr.t time, when cool heads and
"ounrel v. CI go far toward estab
l.iigN.w MtxiCo In her propir
p.i.c- m the nes r the nst of ih"
Win Id more le,:lrlatora of eapneity
sfnibtr fo that of Mr. Harth would Ik"
f ai.tanl.i;.-,..
-Mr. Iluih, through his ancestry.
i-nldies alike the xiew(oints f th
Kigbrh an, .,ianish-spealiking races
- 1." 11-.11.t1nt .x 1 w .Mix etc and s.) is w-d
wi me cn-nn-.en- lilleil i.t -ru . u. . .
tke in Arizona w.,in ho became tl .- d-nt. and is wed intnrnied at all
ranaWo'o wV; Vf 'a hmr'' "f ' v' itici.
n, .f.Mx ,V, ln 'ffa ,hr""ft he state, a f... ult.-
which he after.trl r.-'..,, .h(, , h)h Ven.fit to
faim of hi cotintv and fijirlct in th- b . ..-.r- greai cen.tn
rotirl" rmnly ja -ti'ied t hm, o for
the ofrti-o. In tfii rfi.-o ho ei-rte I
dnrirr the years ISCi .-ind 191st.
lie esr'y tood un !nieret m .-)..
I rs pniiti.al. and In Isei he h.',i ....
ucn a pia.e th.:t hi- wat rbtM-n
,rHiiti repreai,-"l.r.:vo t..
to
a
nomox ranc rxnn-ni b-.
ri's::i.
the
n n
al.il-
which he serxel with ho..,.r are!
Itv.
In l!n; x,. a.imin,., , ri.a, .Jf
l; :.e,:rt,re -f v.
Toe ear he ma. r",., ,i--iet st
trrmv f. eav a ht.,';, ,., r,,
marrtud tts Ch.-wie n. r.nl rf r-k.
lid. In ih-,t rt...
charrrm, l, ti, da aehter. Hon. ha.
lX Ifso , . . 1 . .
- - '- "n is no-ar the
of her Ktrer.! a heme.
Kurth tamo in Alhuooorque fo
nf hour hero to tttn
morel.
cm
rr.xi-r
Mr.
Mike
at once iTi-x t , nn arrlv, r-H-ile.
J W"a -lr -hero whkh
fhs-acfortTo Is 1 1 ,n rx
IX-Worri'lr rniint! r-Tnnif f.o Ijtfor
he eXerte4 a member f tt..
A t an nti.un. . ho har. few espiala.
1 - admltiej to prs tlce tefor
th fin-reme court ot the I'nicetl
Hues when sti I q die J-ounr. and his
I fact c hi sltt jn heen a large ono
"7 his Ut fnt l a Iribato to his legal
abillttr sr.d the corTi ience rop.UMil
m him by the pc ple. He a titan
who will K f,.r the epublic bf
n whi, h h h.xs Just entered in thi
state ir ho nmkea many friends and
l Ihe tvi e if man In whom rcnfi
(Vtiree nf all o rt are rnei.
Mr. It.ith Is a fnrr-erttl and able
iek -r. MPd m he sp-aks .Mnnir as
!! 111 KrgHsh. he is able to he of
areet r. 1.-0 In Ihe i e-rhmakil.g eni
of a poHth'1 riniijm. and he ha
en Inf.i 1 n. 1 itnnnt the 8tnish
Atoriin iinrue of this ability
adilrxss teTii in their own tonfue.
Thero nn limit lo the hetghie
wh.rh .ir. lunh e rise so tar a
ran lie seen row. Ho to -imirlieiT-n
urc. bil'ljini. b-..in.d in g-aersl
V r cr.-rtj, nod has 11 bfsvtd t--hniel
-duration alone the line of hia
rho.a irnfeHi.in. W ht will ate the
T j t-. or-or o. one ru frettt.

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