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professional CARDS. HOT FOR FREE TRADE
DR. SWISHER,
(Graduate of the University of New
York City, 1876, and former U. S.
Examining Surgeon.)
Socorro, - New Mexico.
JjK. C. G. DUNCAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON.
Onice east sida Plaza.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
JjK. E. P. BLINN
PIIYSCIAN, SURGEON
AND
OCULIST.
Rocorho, - - New Mexico.
T KOKNITZKR,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
)K. M. A. SAYLKK, D.D.S.,
DlCNTAL Sl'KOI-ON.
Oflice over post-office.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
J K. KITTKKU,, Dkxtist.
Oilices
Socorro, Abejta Block;
San Marcial, Harvey House.
STOCKMEN
M. DOUGIIEKTY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
JAMES G. FITCH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ollice in Terry Block.
New Mexico.
JEEEGC) BACA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
JREEMAN & CAMERON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Carlsbad, - - New Mexico.
E. KELLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
B. CIIIEDERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Albuquerque, - New Mexico.
H. CHAMBON
DEALER IN
General c Merchandise
RELIABLEASSAYS
GokL.S ..r0 QoUl and Silver 5 .75
Load. . .f.0 i Gokl.silv', copp'r 1.50
S.Tip!e by Mail receive prompt attention.
Gold and Silver, refined and bought.
OGDEN ASSAY CO.
l4Ji-ii'tll Si., Denver, Colo.
STAííD FIRM
QUESTION.
ON THE
SECRETARY MARTIN'S HARD FIGHT
Succrpdod In Defeating thfl Effort to
Commit the Live Stock Asswta
tion to the Principle of
Tree Trade.
seen that to make a fight prop
erly at Washington needed an
I expense fund. A state organi
zation can take care of local af
fairs, if properly managed, but it
required a national organization
to take care of national matters.
Mr. Martin says the national
association is growing right
along, which is evidence that its
work is being appreciated. Den
ver Times.
Sared Her Child's Life.
In three weeks our chubby
little boy was changed by
pneumonia almost to a skeleton,"
writes Mrs. W. Watkins, of
rieasant City, O. "A terrible
cough set in, that, in spite of a
good doctor's treatment for sev
eral weeks, grew worse every
day. We then used Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption.
and our darling was soon sound
and well. We are sure this grand
medicine saved his life." Millions
know it's the only sure cure for
coughs, colds and all lung
diseases. All drucrgists guaran
tee satisfaction. 50c
Secretar Charles F. Martin of
the National Live Stock af.socia
tion is back from a three weeks'
trip east and south, attending
gatherings of stockmen. At
Topeka, Kan., the Improved
Stock Dreeders' association of
Kansas held their annual meet
ing in the legislative hall of the
state capitol. Nearly the entire
membership was present, which
is over 300. Mr. Martin address
ed the gathering'on the work of
the national association, which
embraced its endeavors to prevent
the abolishment of the present
tariff on wool and hides and its
fight against the Grout bill which
proposes to tax oleomargarine 10 Trial bottles free
cents a pound. As the Kansas
association embraces dairymen,
who are supporting the Grout
bill, and was presided over by
Governor Glick, a rank fre
trader, Mr. Martin bearded the
lion in his den as it were. lie
came out of the ordeal unscath
ed, however, for when a motion
was made that the association
become a supporter and member
of the national body, every mem
ber voted in favor of accepting
at once. Mr. Martin convinced
them that to place hides on the
free list would mean the loss of
millions of dollars annually to
the cattle trade. There are
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PUOE HEFIÍIED
FARAFFINE
Wtll kt tb-m hotoVr motetare and
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A POPULAR- GOVERNOR.
The soft answer that turneth
away wrath, even wlien it con
cerns a rejected manuscript, is
good. But the hard truth that
saves the literary beginner from
making mistakes and wasting
time is better. February Ladies'
Home Journal.
A Lesley Of The (Jrlp.
Is often a run-down system.
Weakness, nervousness, lack of
appetite, energy and ambition,
with disordered liver and kidneys
often follow an attack of this
wretched disease. The greatest
need then is Electric Bitters, the
Governor Otero Ik Patriotic, Topnlar In
the East, and a Good Story-Teller.
The following letter from Mr.
J. Mackintosh, the genial man
ager for the Queen Group Min
ing company of Kelley, and clip
ping from the New York Times
will explain themselves.
New York, Jan. 29, 1V02.
Dear Mr. Drake:
The enclosed, which I cut out
of last Sunday's Times, must be
of a little interest to yourself or
your readers. Besides being a
good story teller your plucky lit
tle governor is about as popular
as he is patriotic, and it must be
satisfactory to all who believe in
statehood to know that the Gov
ernor never misses the chance of
getting a word in in its favor.
Yours very truly,
J. Mackintosh.
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r
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St. Louis and the Work of Preparation for the
Great World's Fair of 1903
SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE FOH
splendid tonic, blood purifier and
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tl
remains on every hide imported
into this country so long will
there be that much value added
to every hoof sold here. This
was one of the contentions that
won for Mr. Martin much favor
and in the end secured the sup
port of the Kansas breeders to
the national association's side,
From Topeka, Mr. Martin
went to Kansas City and spent
several days on business and
from there went to El Paso,
Tex., during the week that the
Texas Live Stock association met
there. He participated in the
deliberations of the meeting as
well as the pleasures prepared
for carnival week. In Mr. Mar
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. Calico Hall.
The Rathbone Sisters will give
a calico ball in the K. or 1'.
building on the evening -of Mon
day, February 10. Admission,
$1.00; supper, consisting of sand
wiches, coffee, and chocolate, 15
cents.' The success of all enter
tainuients given by the ladies of
this organization is the best
guarantee that there will be a
merry time at this ball.
To keep skirts from wearing
out too quickly around the edge
put on a bias fold of lining,
in it a minutft with the nrettv
Mexican, Spanish and white girls bitched with many rows, to give
en had 11 oou7 ine wium varying
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BO YEAFIS' '
EXPERIENCE
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Grlji, JnH.icrui, . lU.i
Whooping (V'"w:i, J
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of El Paso. The cattleme
a good business meeting which
was largely attended. At the
banquet many notable personages
of the south were in attendance,
iucluding the governor of Chi
huahua, Mexico, and the goyern-
or of Texas. Strong resolutions
indorsing the work of the Na
tional Live Stock association
were passed, and pledges made
to stay with the national body on
all the propositions it has forinii'
lated for congressional action in
their interests. Here Mr. Martin
took occasion to remark that
there was no truth in the stories
afloat to the effect that the Cattle
Kaisers' association of Texas in
tended to withdraw from the na
tional association. lie says they
cannot afford to with so many
important legislative matters in
the shape they are, and he does
not believe they intend to. The
Texas cattlemen fully appreciate
what benefit a national body is
to the industry. It is the only
way to get a hearing before con-
gress to have any effect, and he
has had it stated to him that
without the aid of the national
association the industry would
today be ten years behind the
times. The dues were increased
at the annual session in Chicago
last month to SO cents on each
$20,000 worth of cattle owned by
a local organization, and sheep
men were assessed the same
amount for every $3,500 worth of
sheep. The amendment was
unauiuiously adopted. It was
from an inch and a half to four
inches. February Ladies' Home
Journal.
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Miguel A. Otero, expatiating
upon the resources and many at
tractive features of his Territory
One of the group, a western min
ing man, asked the Governor if
it was nota fact that quite a
large proportion of the popula
tion were entirely ignorant of
the English language and who!
ly illiterate. This condition the
Governor admitted had existed,
but the public schools were rap
idly improving matters.
Well," said an army officer,
"I am glad to hear that, for I re
call an incident winch occurred
when I was stationed at old Fort
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mons by name was arrested for
murder. There was no court
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time, so Simmons was taken to
another district for trial. The
jury drawn in the case proved to
be all Mexicans. The principal
witness was a man named Galla
gher, and when the prosecution
put him on the stand, Simmon's
lawyer said in Spanish to the
jury speaking in an undertone
'You don't want to believe any
thing this man says; he stole a
cow up in Grant county. In his
closing argument the lawyer
again referred to the cow episode,
he having made Gallagher admit
it on his cross-examination.
The jury took the case, and after
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Notice of Forfeiture.
Graham, Socorro County, N. M., Jan. 2, 1902.
To H. Y. Cooper,
Yu ar hfrcby nrtlflr1 that I have rxpemlrd
one hundred (flii)) do Hunt in lutxir and improvtt
ítMim uxn the t'opjMr-iiold niminur claim, Hit
u:ttrd in ttie WÍKok Hiiultitf district on Luwrr
l)ry Creek, hi the Mogollón mountains In
mithwewturn Socorro County, New Mexico, a
will apMar by certificate) tiled lu the ollice of
the record r ' taid County, in order to hold
Raid niinirikf clpini under the provinum of Sec.
2...Í4, KevUed btatutt-M of th United States, -hitf
the amount required to hold the Name for
th year nnlinir leceniler 3Ut, rH, and if
within ninetv davit from the service of thi
notice you fall or refu to contribute your pro-
C. l. Thu.lítün.
portion of Huch exHMidmire at a co-owner, your
interest tn aid claim will become the proptrt J
of the aubMcnuer under naid Section 2
Two hundred head, more or
less, of stock horses for sale. In
quire of F. Fisher at Iirown's
hvery and feed stable, Socorro.
II o w Ar Tr ltldn)a f
TV Hobha' rxtnurn I'll. otro U Mtifr ITw.
HruHijCo.,CuiCitfu vr J
Notice of Forfeiture.
Moirollon, Socorro County, N. M., Jan. U, I' '2
To I'at Hartford:
You are hereby notlt'ed that tha nndertiu'iietl
have exiwnded the autn of uim hundred Dollar
in laltor and Improvement ujwm the Htmeialic
miniuir claim la the Cooney Mining iiistiu t,
Socorro Count v. New Mexico, in order to hold
aid minlntf claim under the provision of Sec
tion 2.Ü4 of the V. S. KeviHett Statute, heinif
the amount required to hold the name for the
ear ending Ieceuiter 3lt., l'tol; belnu the
HlmetalJc mining claim located on Mav Hih,
1), the location Unnif recorded In Hook U,
pairn 145, of naid Socorro County. And 11 with
in ninety dam after thla notice by publication
you fail or reí une to contribute your proportion
Í Much expenditure an a co-owner, your Inter
est in aaid claim will become the property of
the utjc ribera under aaid Section Z-4.
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