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BRANDY DISTILLERY PINOS ALTOS CAWIP
THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1912
Egg Plant v
Sweet Corn, 30c aj0zen
Fresh Potato Chips
Sunshine and Belle
New Dill Pickles
New Honey, 2 for 25c
The House of the
CLUB HOUSE GOODS
216 West Central Avenue
DWELLING AT SILVER
CITY GUTTED BY FIRE
nicttil Corrrftpormrm-e ui lUurmnv J'.urnHl i
Silver 'ily. X. Al., Auk. . Kir..)
which .vliirteit in some 1 1 n;i cei j u nl . i le j
unv in tin1 homo of Willhini r.u'lti i I
iibiinl S o'clock Siiinlny cvciiIiik i 1 1 -)i'li
ly ilcxlroyol liis H-mom If; i til
l". cllim-;, together Willi nil 1 1 it- con
lenls, Mr. niid Mrs. Piirker were visit
in.; lit tlte home of frtetMis, hull' ;i
mile iivvny, w hen the lire stinted, mid
there wng mi one in the ilwclliim.
'the house WHS liM';it,"l on tin- I, lock
ilir"elh enst of 10. 'P. II.iiiiih resiih-m i.
tl ml llllllo.st helween till t mill tilt'
wider works. The fire liml miide .snel,
jiroKrcss when diseovered tlint it win
i in xHsj tjlt. to jjiive nny(hiiii.v from th"
I'liildinK, Ini! hy strenuous work, n H -water
from the tiearliy' windmill tnnk.
thi' stahl." ;unl ad.ioiniiiK iinildiiis
The building was Insured for $7",n.
iiiiu iiic euiiii iits tor $LTi(i. Air. far-
kcr is an old time resident of Silver
Manufacturing Enterpiise Op
erating Under Federal Li
cense Closed by Sheriff Un
der Execution Levy,
IHlMM'Inl rorroniKrtiflenrn In Morning Jonrnitll
Azlee, N. M Auk. Hi. niir nf Sun
Juan county's inaniitaeliiriiiK cnior
I't'ises was closed this week Uy reason
of luck of funds to meet ohliKalions
overdue. The sheriff lias taken pos
session of the KarmitiKlon distillery
of (iriffin & Kox, under execution levy
and Internal lieveinie Collector M. I;.
(Hero, of Santa l'"e, lias also letted
on the distillery property to secure
the Kin eminent for $;',T1 unpaid tax.
The distillery has operated for the
past year or more, making apples into
hraiiily, under government proleclion.
for the county has not a saloon in it
nor will any he tolerated hy the peo
ple. Criticism of the ko ernniciit in
licetisiiii; such an establishment in
dt territory has been severe. Ion
' seems as though the portion of tin
I'lpulatinn that drank the eiuicoctloii
I luceil hy Messrs. (Irflin ,V,- l-Vx
lia e solved the prohletn.
I'etiltons itskini,' the county coiu
'isKloners to call tin (lection for the
'na'ose of votlnK on bonds to re
place (m, di'stroyed bridges of last
year, u.,, ,;w jn eirculalioti. rinl-'t"
an opinio, f,.,,,,, t. atlorm-v Ken, Till.
San .luati .,lH,ty can issue ' bonds to
the extent of i ,.,. ,,f th,. a -s ss-
d valuation. KrnK(.s are b.idlv tic vi
ed at Itlanco, lllom.ii,!, .;, in i ini; t kii.
Ced ar Hill. Mora Vis.,, I'mitlaud and
on l.a I'lata. II is est .., i ,.,) th.-c ,1
bond is'-uc of $40.1 v.i i. v ,t, ,1
hy I lie people here, and in ,. j.ec
oi the wire suspension type, i.,,,-;,-!
than thi' ones washed awa: , v ,: p,
pi. iced over the bin rivers of e,
Train service on the l-'aiinii'liMi
luamh was el. aimed Sillidav, Alli'iel
I lib. The train now reaches Av.iee
from 1 iiiraiie.o at L'::io p. m.. and re-
nirniinr reaches here at h:V.n p. in.
'I'bis is ibuie in order 'hi! the fruit
sliipmeiils mav be haub I ! Innaimo
in the cool of Hie evening, and there
tnnisfi rreil to ice cars. Wiethe"- lie
-.rowers will accept tin-, s rvicv in
lieu of the iced cars on lie- fat miiif.
lon branch, remains li
FALL FROM WAGON
BREAKS GIRL'S LEG
!S,Tl!ll CiirrpMiiininc tti MnrnlnK Juarnnll
i 'lioidcrol t, N. Al.. Am.;. I li. Sun-
:v till- d.-lUKhtl I of lie. f.c Wil-
dnp, liviic; near lu re h.-ol Hie mis
I'ortiine ef brealiiiii;' her Sh fell
out of a vv.if;on, which ran over her.
III'. T. A. Ilaxhv was called who live
her lit - i;.ec.-sary surii'il iiHin'i.'ii
He reports lh:t she wi!'. rapuli,' im
prove. Tliere have been rains her - dump-;
!he past three days thai v.cre ery
eiueli needed. It is very eo d after
Miss Mabel Hull, of Hoiis'oii, Tex.,
was culled home Mi.nda.v a f I ci iioihi on
account of the illness of lo-r sister.
Miss Hull had been visitim; Mrs. Koy
Watson and Miss Jcaniietle Jlarton
City, win-re he has been cnnuKod in; 'his summer
mining for many .veers. I he fire
burned fiercely for nearly nil hour,
iind il is said that the HkIiI from the
same was visible at Central, eiKht
miles away. Mr. Parker and fumil.v
saved nothing except the clothes they
POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE
WED AT SILVER CITY
(Hiierlut rnrrrsiienilenre to Morninir Journtil.)
lJeminir, X. M.. Auk. IS. A -delightful
vvod(im was cell bruted at Silver
City last Sunday. The eontractliiK piir
ties were .Miss ituth lliiimaii, of Sil
ver City, ii ii" I Henry Kailhel. of liem
iti";. (inly relatives and a few inti
mate friends attended the ceremony.
Thev were married at the home ot
I he 'brides' parents. Kev. francis Cat -roll,
pastor of the Kpiscopiil church,
performini,- Hie ceremony.
Tile bride has been a life Imin resi
dent of Silver City, while the lirimin
is the junior partner of Hie Hrm or
Irvine & Itaithel, ilrnnuists, of Dene
Ins-'. The newly weiblcd couple will
reside at Ilemint!.
'I'he nuesls witm ssiim the ceremony
Ineiiided Miss Nannie McCulloiif.h,
Mr. and Mrs. MeCiilloucli, Mrs. 1'- "
Cliureli. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Kinvon,
.1. li. I.eras, Miss llcliritla Uosenf.-lt.
Mrs. It. lioseiifeil, Mrs. J. .1. N'inot,
Miss Charlotte Sloan. Mrs. 1.. A. Stall
lev, (iilford llinman. Mr. and Airs.
Chris. Itaithel. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Kaithel. Mrs. Marnaret KaiHicl. Mr.
ami Mrs. Condon Ih'own and Charles
I I uuhes.
Miss J-'rancis Pru mba ii'h, of Ter
rell, Tex., who had been vinilin;; Mrs.
liny Watson and Miss Jcannctte Har
ton returned to Kl Paso Wednesday,
where she will spend several days lie
fore iclurniiiK to Terrell.
It. F. Ilalthis, siiiervlsor of the
Alamo national forest, has .iust re
liinii J from an inspection trip through
th'.1 reserve. He vvas accompanied on
the trip by .Vt. Halthis.
Ilev. H. 1,. Wheeler has returned to
Ch udcroi't. alter nn absence of .everiil
TO BEGIN SENTENCE
(RliiM-lnl IlUpiitrh In tht" Mnrnlnv Janrniil.!
Santa 1m N. M., Auk'. Hi. Sllves
I re Torres, of I'liiou coutit.v, conviid
ed In (hat county of murder, and sen
tenced to from three to ten yenrs in
the slate pen i I ell t ia I'y, today deliv
ered himself to Warden .McMiinils,
havlnir come all Hie way Ironi I'nion
county unattended. Atrhina In Sun
la I'Y, Torres Hist went to Ih,. elerk
of Hie supreme court and tliere
asked for his commitment. Hie paper
that was to Indue him behind Hie
prison walls, and then wept to the
prison, where I lie paper was turned
over '" McMauus, and he announced
that lie was ready in hci;iii his sentence.
- ELKS' THEATER --
Saturday and Sunday Nights, Aug. 17 and 18
WOLGAST - RIVERS
World's Lightweight Championship
I Moving Pictures
ShowinK tlie Famous Doulile Knm kout in llie I 3 1 1 roipid. I lie ftr,t
lime in llie history Ql llie manly art oi sen tieicnse wh-h imm
knocked out at tlic same time.
Was the Referee Right?
NOTHING TO OFFMND FOR IDIF.S AND C HIFDREN
AS WELL AS FOR GENTLEMEN
Old Pacific No, 2 Again Ship
ping Ore; Recent Heavy Rains
Aids Placer Miners; Mangas
(HMrliil Crrnni1mre to lorntnt Junrnnl'i
Silver City, N. M.. Aim. Id.-- Anoth
er evidence of llie avvaUotiine, of new
life In the old old uilnitm camp ol
l'inos Altos is lie present operation ol
the I'acitie No. 2, better Known as the
SUillicoi'n. This Is a portion of the
properly of the Savanna Copper Com
pany ami is now under lea"-e to
i'Tanl. C, Hell and A. I.. Wright. Mr.
Hell Is one of Hie oldest of the old
timers of l'inos Altos, where he has
lived and been ciiKaued In minim,' al
most continuously for the past thlttv
llve sears. .Mr. Wright was forineilv
connected Willi the Savanna Com
pany. A new, well timbered shaft has
eecn sunk in virnin Kiouiul to the
depth of one hundred feel. Tile old
tunnel has I n cleared out ami re-
limhctcd, and the work of sloping is
now pro.m-es.sitiL; in this. A vv in.c i
beini; sunk to connect with the tun
nel for the purpose of ventilation,
the same at the present time having
a depth of T, feel.
Hay ore in commercial qua ul il ics is
beill;; taken from llie shaft, vv in.e and
tunnel, and shipments at the rale of
on,, carload a week at'" beim; mole
regularly to the smeller at Kl I 'a so.
Al II lilllo later date they anticipate
inoreii"-inK the shipments to two -,r
possibly three carloads Weeklv. The
ore is il tiiilphide and has an nvei-.m."
valiiu in carload lots of JlM.f.o 'er
Ion in Kohl, silver ami copper. A
force of seventeen is emplo.veil, and
Hie In hoi- is divided into two shifts.
The present iuicniien of the op'i i
tors is, if indications and pi od ir-i ion
mstify it, to run tun feet ,, levels
ff-lll tile bottom id,' the ion-foot s-p.n't.
M -ssrs Hell and Wrinlil becm Incir
wol'K .-a lis,, claim i , 1 1 1 last I 'clu'lia". v ,
ami as 1,11, i horoiiKlily evpci u nc
o nulling nieli it seems i-.ile to pre-
met mat to, a- venture will puce
prolibible one hi everv respect. Th
property Upon V llich they ale op. I , -
Inn is located abiMU ,,iii- ami ihr-- '
Uiiarlei- miles West f the to.vil of
liuliis Wash (mi l-iac.-r (.old.
ii-e 1 b' s lie r i a ins ln ,. :-ia rl
"d in, the placer miners, of w houi '
there always are sonic at l'inos Alios,
have I n busier than usual, inn- of
tin- peculiar I'ealiu-es of tins camp is
llie lact. that the w.lsllillK out of Hold
I 1 "III the various Kiddles Si'i Ills to bi I
a never-cndiim source of income. All
present there arc from fifteen to
twenty men, all of whom ale maiiicdj
and have families, who apparently do (
llolhitm else except i.-ee" miliiuej
from one year's cud to another. Tin-;
men are mostly .Mexicans, and thoiiii
their Incomes are iuiukic. Iliey per
sist in subsisitin on same. It is thi 1
that some of the men thus employe, I !
have been dolmt the same Hiin:,' in
the same place for from thirty -liv e to'
forty, years, (pic id' their present I
I hods Is to take a pick and loosen I
up lllc soil alone, Ule sides of tile
small Kiilclics and lake out the rocks.
Th-n they will waif unt.l il tains,
after which thev wash the sand which
has been gathered in the declivities
ill the lied rock lor what Hold it eon
tains and il always contains more
or less. The washiim is pr.icticallv all
(lone wilh rockers. There have been
instances of where the source of a
portion of this Kidd has been found
In some of tin- arroyos, and as much
as $7,(itin taken out or one small spol
by the lucky miner.
To KnlH'y ( heinuny .Mine Snlc.
The Sale of the I'llelinine mines at
'Tyrone -to the I'helps-1 lodc people,
which was announced last week as
probable, will almost certainly b,
ratified at the meetiiiK of Hie stock
holders lo be held in IMttsluiruli. I'a..
on the l.",th of this month. The sab
is likely to have a very marked effect
on Hie Hurro mountain milling dis
trict, since it may lead to the com
pletion of the railroad to that pom)
and the operation of the mines there
on a more extensive scale.
The Leopold properly and the Che
inline, properly ale I,, be worked Joint
ly after lii-iii!- connected in the under
Ht-ound workiiiKs. It is claimed that
nts plan oilers 1 1 asicst solid on
of the difficulty that surrounds tin I
wo-iv . i iii , ne , .i ii i o, oi ii o as I - i I n I
as Leopold. 'I'he road is graded as f.,i Z,
as the CheiiiuiiK and a lari;e a in I ; K,-l
of work would la- i, i u i r -, I lo net ,il
up lo Hie main shaft at Leopold. Tub,
plan of connect iiiK I lie two propii
ties tinilei-Ki oiind has not been a,i-i
noiinc'-d by those in charm- of Hie
work tiovv Koinii ,n, but il is consid
ered entirely feasible by those .'a
miliar with the two propeii jes.
Ill any event an increased staff of
men is at work on the Hurro Moun
tain Copper Couipanv's properly ami
more are Peine, added. II seems mole
tnan likely that vv lieu Hie ,pcii,p.-;
deal is cousilliilna led the railroad will
be complelcd, il ialKe mill erected ami
the property worked on a ureal, r
scale than ever in-fore.
Xanas to ItcMinif I .-c'-alioiis.
It is understood that a i ra n-;eiiienl s
are practically compleie for the re
sumption of work in Hie I'.urros by
the .Mannas Development Company.
'There can be ill I le doll hi but I II I I
Hie buildup; ol a railroad into the
district, as si ,-nci lib, Iv to occur now.
Will rolllt in vel y general activity in
the m-iny pioiiosmu propiites at
present uiiip ifoinK d"v i lopineitl.
Of ' Ik Old Maids tomorrow
The bachelors say they could not ntford to try and raise in the city, a pair of twin
girls like those on exhibition in our door way at 1 I 5 South Second Street, but if
they had several of those choice garden lots or one of those 2x'i or 5 acre farming
they could have girls like them every year, also all the Chickens, Eggs, Milk, Butter,
Fruit and Vegetables they could use and enough more to market, to pay for the.
place. This property consists of some 200 acres, about 2'2 miles from the cly,
along the new Rio Grande Boulevard (now building) and is acknowledged to be
the best ferti'ized and highest improved Garden and Farm Land in the Rio Grande
Every Boy and Girl is Invited
to call and get a FREE Ticket to the drawing for the two pens of fancy chickens
now on exhibition in our show windows, 1 1 5 South Second Street.
Telephone us and our auto will call for you, or sec any real est ate dealer in town for plats and prices.
Suburban Realty Company, Owners
Office Also on the Ground
OFFICE ROOM 3, FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
D. K. B. SELLERS,
JOHN T. KELLY,
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Prices 1 5, 25 and 50c J
I Doors Open at 7:00 p. m. Scats Now on Sale at Matson's.
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FOUR THOUSAND ACRE
RANCH BRINGS $20,000
CnprJa lo. Venus and Palmer's Violet Talcum Powder
JjJLIulo. 5 Centsabox;worih 25 c-ents
Williams Drug Co.,
HI ! K I ItoNT,
t 17 Wi-il l,lrl.
Montezuma Trust Company
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
Capital and Surplus. $100,000.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS.
Piilnt Is f,iuvl to hiij pnlnt ,U5
In New Mexluu up lo this tlm.
' urn clnxliiK It out nt Jt.75
,, r khIIiiii, which In lmlow cut.
In in iko room for a new line.
Sun I'riinf rcliill In enntc.rn
clllcii nl from J2.2(i to 12. (,0 per
Fire, Which Starts on Roof of
Historic Stiucturc at Los
Lunas, Reduces Building to
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tMd to Kansas City
On Ac HinU of tin: I' Ilii ..v.:;. I Cuiivciilio.i l.oyid' O.d'T
of Moor.e, 8ii.rnmn I nd-o of Woild the S m!a f will
j.rll round trip tickets from AibufiucKiuc fir S.'i)0
roui:d tiip, Tickets on s' Aii".ut 1 C 1 1 1 tolOthiuHiishn.
final return limit August 31st. Nn j.top.ivcir. alhwcd.
Tor fuithei infoimatinn call at ticket off'ce.
P. J. JOHNSON, Agent.
1IIIC M PI ItlOK H MIIRlt
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1 LUMBER COMPANY
Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofin
and Builders' Supplies.
Hudson for Signs
I Wall Paper
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