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nn. pjEncz's GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY The (nat Ulood Purifier. Let us start with that axiomatic truism "the blood in the life," and auk how is it the life? We know that blood i life, "because we know that loa of Mood means physical depletion. "Weak from lot of blood" is the common phrase used to describe the condition of one who ha bled an a result of wound. We know too that any larire loa of blood mean death. People blci'd to death of woimdj if the injuries do not receive timely attention. It seems to follow as a natural conclusion that if Ion of blood means weakness, Tain of blood means strength. And this it indeed the case assuming the blood gained to be pure and rich. If then blood can be made, the, blood supply may be Increased in quantity and quality which would mean au increase of physical vitality and fctreiitfth. Then comes the question, How is blood made? And the answer to that question is that it is made from the finid we eat. It i the function of the stomach and the nran of digestion and nutrition to extract from the food, the pabulum, the nutritive elements of food which sustain the physical Mrenpth. Now when there is disease of the stomach and digestive and nutritive tracts, the nutrition contained in food is imperfectly extracted. There is an increase in residuum or waste and a decrease of ailment or nutritive substance, the loss of which poes to swell the bulk of the residuum or waste. There is then a steady loss of nutrition by the body which means weakness, lint this is not all. Some of this waste is carried into the blood and clos and Corrupts it, makes it a prepared breed ing ground for disease. tr. Pierce's Golden Medical Piscoy cry cures the diseases of the stomach and allied organs of digestion and nutrition and thus enriches the blood with the nutrition which had lieforc been lost through disease. Ileyond this when the digestion and assimila tion are made perfect, there is no more corrupting waste matter carried into the blood to poison it and breed disease, so that the use of "Gulden Medical piscovcry" increases the blood supply and enriches it, keeping it pure from poisonous substances. Hut more than this the "Discovery" acts directly on (he blood, purifying it of its poisons, as is proven by cures of Bcrofulous diseases, eczema, tetter, boils, pimples, rheumatism and other diseases which are caused by impure blood. Iet it be remembered that there is no such thiiifr as a "blood making" medicine. Blood is not made from medicine but from food properly digested and assimilated. And the reason why Dr. I'iercc's Golden Medical Discovery increases the blood supply and eliminates its impurities is because it enables the perfect digestion and assimilation of food thus increas ing the M Kd making material and cutting off the entrance of waste substances into the blood; and going farther yet it carries off the waste accumulations which are already in the bipod au are a common source of disease. fiouie fuecr Verdicts. What is "a reasonable state of intoxication" apparently just missed precise definition by a coroner's jurj in Mississippi which stated in its verdict that "we the jury find that deceased came to his death by a stroke of an east bound train, No. 204, on I. C. Railroad, at Fenvress, Miss., Choctaw country, he being in a reasonable stateof intoxication." A somewhat similar indefinite ness of legal conclusion mars a verdict of a neighboring Georgia jury to the effect that "we, the jury, find the defendant almost guilty." Equally as uncertain and ambiguous as these statements by laymen is the opinion in an early Maryland case which "acknow ledges the corn" by saying that occurrence referred to took place "at a former sitting when the court was full." When you want a physic that is mild and gentle, easy to take and pleasant in ellect use Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. Kvcry box guaranteed. For sale by A. E. Ilowtll, Socorro; Wr M ' Dorrowdale, Magdalena. Thero are three things abou hich one should not be too conscious and which it is well to leave undisturbed one's diges tion, one's love, one's religion. February Ladies' Home Journal. "There is one word in the English language which, it scms to me, aptly describes the Amori can woman," writes Wu Ting fang in the February Ladies' Home Journal, "She is 'inter esting.' " "C" With a Tail. The "C" with a tail is the trade mark of Cascarcts Candy Cathartic. Jxok for it on the light blue enameled pretal box) Each tablet stamped C. C. C. Never lolJ in bulk. All 1 Tall lim.tii fV.lmnn I During the burning of the Standard Oil company's tanks at Uayonne, N. J., jn July, 1W0, an immense column of smoke, shaped at the top like an umbrella, rose into the air, where very littlu wind wasstirring, toan elevation, measured by triangulation, of 13,41 1 feet,, or more than two miles and a half. Above the column white clouds formed n an otherwise cloudless sky and remained visible for two days, the fire continuing to burn and the smoke to rise. After the explosion of an oil tank flames shot up to a height of 3,000 feet, and the heat radiated from them was felt at a distance of a mile and three-quarters, where it was more noticeable than close to the fire. Youth's Companion. THE HOME GOLD ft RE. An In tren Idus Treatment by vthleh Drnnk artls are Rclng Cured Dally lu Spite f Themselves. eradicating destroying intoxicants. and for now o Noxious Dosos. No Wenkenlii)rif the Nerve. A I'lonxant Positive Cure for the Liquor Illicit. It js now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not a weakness. A body filled with poison, and nerves completely shattered by periodical or costant use of intoxicating liquors, requires an antidote capable of neutralizing and this poison, the craving Sufferers may cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful "home gold cure" which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates. The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case, no matter how hard a drinker. Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkarsdsintosober, industrious and upright men. Wives cure your husbands!! Children cure your fathers!! This remedy is no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only, and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste, so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it. Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the "cure" administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea, and believe today that they discontinued drinking of their own free will. Do not wait. Do not be deluded bj apparent and misleading "improvement". Drive out the disease at once and for all time. The "home cold cure" is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar, thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others costing $25 to $50. Full directions accompany each package. Special advice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept. E 117 Edwin H. Giles & Company, 2330 and 2332 Market Street, Philadelphia. All correspondence strictly confidential. Korry He Spoke. Guést (indignantly) Waiter, there are feathers in the soup! Waiter (inspecting it) Why, so there are. thought I was giving you gravy soup, It's chicken broth, sir; costa sixpence more. (Changes figures on the bill.) Exchange. It is the parents who are often to blame for allowing their children's brains to be packed without any regard to their capacity or peculiar powers cr weaknesses. February Ladies' Home Journal. Weather dpes not make a home. It takes thoughtful, sympathetic comrades to make a home. February Ladies' Home Journal. Subscribe for The Chieftaim. CANOV CATHARTIC (anuir stamped CCC Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries t sell "sometlilnj just at od For Art's Sake. Mr. Boughton, the English artist, while sketching the in Alps, was one day in search of a suitable background of dark pines for a picture he had planned. He found at last the precise situation he was seeking, and best of all, says Tit-Bits, there happened to be a pretty detail in the figure of an old woman in the foreground. "I asked the old lady," said Mr. Boughton, "to remain seated until I had made a sketch of her. She assented, but in a few minutes asked me how long I should be. "Only alxntt a quarter of an hour,' I answered, reassuringly. "Three minute or so later she again asked me this time with manifest anxiety if I should be much longer. "Oh, not long," I answered. 'But why do you ask so anxiously?' " 'Oh, it's nothing,' she sadly answered, only I'm sitting on an ant-hill." "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs, colds and croup I have ever used in my family. I have not words toexpress my confidence in this Remedy. Mks. J. A. Mookh, North Star, Mich. For sale by A. E. Howell, Socorro; W. M. Borrowdale, Magdalena. Are Willow Trees Lightning" Proof? "In all my forty years' ex perience with trees and plants," said a a well known gardener, "I have yet to hear of a willow tree being struck by lightning. Spruce trees, whitewood and pine trees sometimes almost seem to attract the electricity, and oak and other large trees and even many small trees are often tnaimed and killed. But willow trees seem for some reasons to be immune to death orinjury in this shape, and I have never seen or even heard of a treeof this family which lightning hasevcrstruck." Cleveland Leader. Ta Care Constipation Forever. Tnlie Cascareis Candy Cuthartlo. lOeortSo. It V. C. C. Isll lo euro, urugif Ikts rofuuU muooy. Homestead Entry No. 4544. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Dkpaktmkst of tub Intkriok, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 23, 1901. f Notice is hereby g-iven that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the register or receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on February Hth, 1902, viz: Clara A. B. Corbin, widow of William G. Corbin deceased for the ají se sec. 34, a sec. 35, t. 1 n., r. 8 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Harry K. Mannakee of Santa Fe, N. M.; Elijah A. Dow of Tajique, N. M.; Jose T. Santillanesof Lemitar, N. M.; James Spencer of East View, N. M. Manuki. R. Otero, Register. Now is tie Time to Move If you era gcjng to bare s new suit or ora coa this aeaaon, come and pick out the gooJi while the line if unbroken. We nuke ail garment to nieaiure that b, our uHori do The Royal Tailurt of Chicago iut, pinta, overcoat, fancy Tat every thing in outer dreat far men end bora. The Royal copyrighted meaiuremcnt lyWcm óptate just like an iniurince policy. Your money, n protected. Garments are bound to fit or we take tliem back. The Royal Tailurt are the one big-city tail oring houie that em loyn no iweat-hop labor. Garment! made by them are clean whole fcumc unitary. And thare'i Kyle to them thapelineu good wuck ii.not only put onto them, but it b put Into them good trimming!, good lin ing, and interlining! in ihort Royal Tailoring to-day represents the high state of perfection to which men's dreas has attained. And the prices are all-Important. " Pay Ltsj and Dress Better." that's the Royal nodon and it's a popular notion too. It is spreading like wild-fire, perhaps it sounds t little odd when you say If a notion, spreading like wild-Are but i( toads all straight. We hare the exclusive local sale of Royal Tailoring over five hundred bwiifu weaves, shades, end colorinya in foreign, fcitj. dómate suitings. G. E. COOK, Agent, ocprTO, N. M OUR FREE Reading Rooms. DAILY PAPERS ON FILE. New York Herald Chicago Times-Herald St. Louis Globe-Democrat San Francisco Examiner Denver Republican Galveston News WEEKLY PAPERS ON FILE. Scientific American Harpers' Weekly Minino; Journal Sporting News Police Gazette ALSO- All Local and Territorial Papers. Free to the patrons of the house. a. ÜIAVA5CHI. Beef Tea. It is the suggestion of a trained nurse, whose beef tea was most acceptable to a patient to whom in anj previous illness it had been repellant, that the beef should be broiled before the juice is extracted. A thick, lean juicy steak from the round is broiled over a clear fire perhaps two minutes on each side, after which it is cut up into small squares, put into a saucepan, covered with cold water and set on the back of the stove, where it should steep, not boil, for fully two hours. Remember not to add the salt until the dish is takeu from the fire and serve it hot unless, of course, it is to be offered as cold or iced beef tea. DON'T TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE Your LlfeawAv! roa csn oe carta ot any lorm ot tobacco usina; easily, b mal well, strong, micnrtic. full nf new life and vijror by taking MO -TO -BAO, that makes weak riieu atroné. Many Kma ten pounds in ten dare. Over 300,000 All druKK3tR. advicu FRK 1UÍ11ÍÍUY CO., Chicago or New York. Cure iriiaraiitfH R.mlr. let and advicu FREE. Ad.lreu HTEKLING 4J7 NOTICE. District Court for Socorro County, ÍNCY7 Mexico. Mamie Nice, plaintiff. vs. r- No. 3365. William T. Rice, defendant. '. The said defendant, William T. Rice, -is hereby notified that a suit has been commenced airainst him in the District Court, for the County of So corro, lemtory or IMew Mexico, by the said plaintiff, Mamie Rice, for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and de fendant, and for other and further relief. That unless the said William T. Rice, defendant, enters his appear ance in said cause on or before the 17th day of February, A. D. 1902, judirment will be rendered in said cause against him by default, The name of plaintiff's attorney is James tí. r itch, whose posto thee ad' dress is Socorro, New Mexico. John E. Griffith, Clerk of District Court, Notice of Forfeiture. To W. B. Mulllns and John Whnrton, their. neira, executors, adntiuiHtraiors and attmirna: You, and each of you, are hereby notified, that the nnderHiirned have during ttie Tear l'A'l eaitended one hundred dollar (100.UO) In latHir and Improrenit-nla upon each of the fol lowing named minintr claitna: Kobert K. Lee and Hurlt Lain, all tutu it., Irinv and hWnsr in the 8in Andreas Mining District, in Socorro county, territory ot fteur Mexico. And you, and each of you, are further notified that aald xix-nditurea were mailt) in order to hold said mining claims under the proviiona of Section 2XU of the Heyiaed Statutes of the United States, for the year endinif December 31st, l'Ail, and if within ninety days after the expira tion of the publication of tbia notice you fail or refuse to contribute or to pay the undersig ned your proportion of said expenditures aa co owner or co-ownera In said minea and mining ctalma, yosr interest in the same will become the proiHrty of the undrraiirned, snder said Section 1U4 of aald Revised Statuiea. K. J. Hkyakt, R. O. liRYAHT, First publication Jan. 25, 19)2. TO TILE SOUTHEAST JL. NEW SYSTEM REACHING WITH ITS OWN RAILS. MEMPHIS, BIRMINGHAM AND MANY OTIIEIl IMPORTANT POINTS IN THE SOUTHEAST. GOOD CONNECTIONS AT BIRMINGHAM FOR MONTGOMERY. MOBILE, ATLANTA, SAVANNAH AND ALL FOINTS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. PASSENGERS ARRANGING FOR TICKETS VIA TILE WILL IIAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY1 THE COMFORTS OF A BRAND NEW. UP-TO-DATE LIMITED TRAIN The Southeastern Limited. atril. uroasiTioi as) to ztotrra in ATMS oaaiaruur rnaimaa vrom aprLiOATiuar to air xtmratamaarTATivai or tbs ouarif r, oa to 720 Czntuby Building, G00DScs We are now receiving them daily from recent pur chases in eastern markets They arc up to our usual standard of excellence in large quantities and IN GREAT VARIETIES. Remember that we always sell good goods at low prices. We know that it is to our interest to please our customers. These goods will please and everybody is invited to TAKE A LOOK AT THEM. We Are Ready for the Winter Trade. PRICE BROS. Si CO. 9 THE NEW MEXICO 0 Í SCHOOL OF i SOCORRO. N. M,Npfi; A A l a A i i uav SPRING TERM BEGINS JANUARY 27, 1901, keculak nr.r.KRK coukses ok study: I. Chemistry and Metallurgy II. Mining Engineerit.6 III. Civil Engineering courses are offered hi Assaying, Chemistry and Si'rveyin 9 O o o t j Special A of Mines. t TfITION-fÓ. t 9 V o D O A Prkparatoky Couksií is maintained for the benefit of those have not had the necessary advantages before coming' to the School 00 for the preparatory course; $10.00 for the tec tWThere Is a Great Demand at Good Salaries for Young Men with a Technical Knowledge of Mining. For Particulars Address INC.. who A hool 4 hiilcal tF t i) F. A. JONES, Director. Bank First Nationa ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Authorized Capital $ 500,000.00 Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus - - 175.000.00 Deposits, 1,200,000.00 OFFICERS Joshua S. Reynolds, President. Frank McKce, Cashier. M. W. Flournoy, Vice President. C A. Hawks, Assistant Cashier. 0-UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY-0 0 DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. & S. F. AND A. & P. RAILROADS. 0 Socorro Bottling Works and Confectionery A. F. KATZENSTE1N, Proprietor. Dealer in Fine Candies, Fruits, Stationery, , Tobacco, and Cigars. Manuf acterer of all kinds of Mineral Waters. Agent for the Celebrated Coyote Water. All Mail Orders Promptly Filled. Socorro, New Mexico. Paying Propositions N -We all are looking for them in these stirring times. Don't think that mining is the only business in which they are to be found. I have them to offer in the following lines of busi ness as well. HERE THEY ARE 1. Livery. Feed and Salo Stables. 2. Hay, Grain. Coal. Lime and Cement. 3. Agent for tho Columbus Guggy Company. 4. City Freight and Passenger Transfer. O, First-Class Corral In Connection. O, T. BROWN, Socorro, N. M.