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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 15 September 1906

íi y VOL. 24 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 15.190B NO. 34 THE TERRITORIAL FAIR Wbioh Will Be in Session at Al bnqerqne from September 17th to 22nd Inclusive. WILL BE THE GREATEST EVER Baseball, Indian Race, Big Pa ras1, Hon Rtcu, Balloninjr, Hlrk Diving, Etc., Etc. ' Following is the program for the Twenty-siith Annual Terri torial Fair: Monday, September 17th, for mal opening of the twenty-sixth annual New Mexico Territorial fair at the Alvarado hotel by Governor Hagerman, at 1:30 p. m. 1:45 p. m. March to fair groundi. 2:30 p. m. Base ball game at the fairgrounds. Double-header 3 p. m. Indian races. DOWN TOWN. 7 p. m. Opening of Western Amusement Carnival company. 10:30 p. m. Bicycle dive bv Keckless Russell. TfKSDAT, SEPT. 18. (SÜKBRUC.'S GRAIN H.VG CUT TOBACCO DAY.) DOWN TOWN. 10: a. ra. Wool Grower's con vention called at Elk's opera house. 10 a. m. Western Amusement Company Carnival on the streets. PAIR GROUNDS. 1:30 p. m. Base ball at the fair grounds. 2 p. m. Harn...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 15 September 1906

fíhf Snrnrrn (rhifílniiL ' J nrnt iiiiirn nv ; SÚCDRRQ COUNTY PUBUSHINC CO. r. A. IMkAKr. , r.Ullor. I Entered at Socorro Post office a second class mail matter. TERMS OF SIT.SCKIPTIOX. '' (Strictly in advance.) t ne year Í- " Six months 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNTY. SATURDAY, SKIT. 15, 1'mm,. Mk. Huyan lias attaine d unto j jji,rsum ii;is ,,t Vl.t been formal the great political distinction of i v i,t arl from. No court in this having been called a liar by a j j,;., ,j i,ui ,, ulirs jultfcs a boorish machine ls. i ,,,., suiciT ,, tn,. testimony It is a noticeable factth.it bus iness in Socorro is rapidly recov ering from the effects of the re cent earthquakes. Tiler.' was really no good reason lor tin- de pression that prevailed in the business circles of the citv dur ing July and August, for no ser ious damage was don . to prop erty and the people who mani fested such a panicky disposition i were vastlv more aleil than hurt. However, that is all past now and business is ii k...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 15 September 1906

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ! DR. SWISHER, Graduate of the University of New York City, 1876, and former IT. S. Examining Surgeon.) nagdalena. New Hexico. J)R. C. G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. South California street, nearly op posite the pbstoflice. ' Acorro. ' - . - New Mexico. A. A. SEDJLLp, ATTOKNKY AT LAW Socorro, , - - New Mexico. DOUGHERTY & GRI1-FITII ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. james g. fitch. : ATTORNEY AT LW. ViV.we in Terry Block. Socorro, - ' New Mexico. W. A. FLEMING JONES. ATTORNKY-AT-LAW United States. Commissioner. Las Cruces, - New Mexico. gLFEGO BACA. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, New Mexico. E. KELLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. DR. L. T. SMITH, DENTIST San Marcial, New Mexico. Magdalena... 3rd and 4th, each month San Antonio ' Rincón 1')tn .. Appointments Made t.y Man. CARTHAGE GOAL MINING GO, M. L. Hilton & Givane Luera, Proprietors. I jLjlimp IilaO. C. T. BROWN, Agent, Socorro A. H. HILTON, General Agent, San Antonio. First Class ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 15 September 1906

ftljc Socorro (fljicflain. i ".wirzzik'j iizznscix&vjnik'Zi masía.? JUECES DE REGISTRACION XI Ousrpo d Comisionados Nombra Para los Varios Precintos El cuerpo de comisionados le condado se reunió en sesión es pecial en la casa de corte en esta ciudad en el martes, Septiembre 4, 1906, y nombró á Jueces de Registración de los varios pre cintos del condado d" Socorro para la próxima elección como ligue: Precinto No. 1 Misáis Haca, E. S. Stapleton, A. E. iíreen. Precinto No. 2 Lorenzo Vi nil. Meliton (lonzales, J. A. y Vigil. Precinto No. -Clemente Chavez, Eduardo Chavez. Casi nete ro Montoya. Precinto No. 4 - Domingo Or tega, Noberto Abevta. Doroteo Cabrillo. Precinto No. 5 Abran Haca. I Tomas Cordova, Silvestre Es.ui vil. Precinto No. Y J. Hryboii. II. 1 O. Naubor, Tom McDonald. ! Precinto No. 7 David Haca, Teodolo Lucero, Vicinto Pino y Baca. i Precinto No. H José Ma. ! Lopez, Cleofo Harreras. Jesus i Belarde. Precinto No. ' - Juan K'otiiller. j Simon Chaves, Rafael Mendoxa. j Pr...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 15 September 1906

zík Tí1 T"" íA'K TI mm TI Tl?V VOL. 24. Supplement. SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO, SEPTEMBER 15, 1906. Supplement. NO. 34. Delinquent Tax List FOR THE YEAR 1905 Under the Sum of Twenty-five Dollars, for Socorro Coun ty, New Mexico. Territory of New Mexico, County of Socorro. I, J. E .Torres; the undersigned treasurer and ex-offlclo collector of Socorro County, Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify thefollow Ing to be a true and correct list con taining the names of the owners of all property upon which the taxes for Territorial, County, School, City and other purHses, In ha Id Socorro Coun ty, amounting to less than twenty-five dollars, have become delinquent to gether with the description of the property, 1n the amount of taxes, pcnallles and costs due, opposite each name and description, together with a separate statement of the taxes due on personal property, where several taxes are due from the name owner or owners for the year, A. D., 1905, as shown In the said list, viz. Precinct N...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 15 September 1906

Supplement to The Socorro Chieftain OTTO L. J. Ixt No. 3. BIk. 22. Mag dalena. Val. $20. Val. of hornet nd mules no. Val. of cattle $75. Val. of other perno nal property $350. Taxes $13.78. Penalty ,.6. Coa $1.25. Total $15.72. UNKNOWN OWNERS. Half Inter , est Jo improvements on the Duele, 1n Philippine Mining Claim at Cat Mt., Val. $200. Taxea $S.70. Penalty .44. Con ta .25. Total $9.49. WEIJ.S, J. F Val. of horses and mulea $225. Val. of cattle $270. Val. of other personal property $C5. Tax ea $20.30. Penalty $1.02. Costs $1.06. Total $22.37. WYLBR. Mr. M. E. Lots 7. 8 and 9. Itlk. 15. Magdalena and house there on. Val. or I $10. Imp. $150. Val. of homes and mulea $30. Val. of other personal property $05. Taxes $1.45. Penalty .22. Costs $1.30. To ta $5.97. Precinct No. 13. COLEMAN. O. P. IotB 1 and 2 ,Blk. 1C, San Marcial, and house thereon Val. of 1 $75. Imp. $300. Val. of other pergonal property $S5. Tax es $11.39. Penalty .55. Coala .75, Total $12.71. EITTHEIM. iC. J. Ranch In ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 15 September 1906

Supplement to The Socorro Chieftain 8W4. NE4, See. 19, SW4. 8W4. Sec. 2C. Tp. 3 8., R. 20 W., ICO acres. Val. of L. $200. Imps. $50. Taxes $10.37. Penalty .62. Costs .70. Total $11.69. Precinct No. 39. OURULE. A. De Juliana. Farm L. at I os Nutrias, bd. 8. J. Cha vet, N. Ulllbarrla; 6 acres. Val. $75. House and lot at Las Nutrias, bd. N. ami W. Griego. Val. of L. $10. Imps. $40. Taxes $4.81. Penalty .24. Costs .65. Total $5.60. GARCIA. A. de Crut. Farra L. at Las Nutrias, bd. N. A. Garcia, 8. J. M. Sanchet, E .Ditch, 3 acres. Val. $45. Vega L. In Las Nutrias, bd. as above 35 acres. Val. $70. House and lot at Las Nutrias, bd. 8. A. Garcia. E. Road. Val. of L. $25. Imps. $50. Taxes $7.32. Penalty .37. Costs .90. Total $8.59. ROMERO Y CHAVEZ, Juan. Farm L. at Las Nutrias, bd. N. J. Gurule, 8. R. Chares, 20 acres. Val. $300. Vega L. bd. as above, 10 ores. Val. of L. $15. House and lot at Las Nutrias. Val. of L. $10. Imps. $20. Val. of horses and mules $45. Val. of sheep and goats $50. V...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 15 September 1906

Supplement to The Socorro Chieftain. Precinct No. 22. ALEXANDER. A.. Val, of horses and mulct at Tulorosa $177; Val. of rat tle 900; Val. of other personal property 48. Taxes 141.77; Penal tr $3.24. Costl $1.05. Total $48.- ARMSTRONG, J. A.. Estate of. loU 3 4, 6, Sec. 6. Tp. GS. R. l.W, 95A.. Val. of L. $190; Imps. $15; Val. of rattle $540. Taxes on R. E. $7.89; Penalty .3, Cents .35. Taxes on personal property $25.38; Penalty $1.27, Cont i .35. Total $35.63. CASTUZO. JOSK P.. Val of sheep ana coats $2,500 Taxes $123.75; Penal ty $0.19, Costs .35. Total $130.29. PELO Alt. II. 8, 8E4. 8E4, Sec. 2; NV4. NW4. .vc, 12; E2. NE4 .See. 11; all In Tp. CS. R. 18W, IfiOA.. Val. of U $240; mps. $200; Val. of horses and males $60; Val. of cat tle $75.; Val. of sheep and goatta $100; Val. of other personal proper ty $69. Taxes on R. E. $9.24; Pen tie $756; Val or sheep and gooals ally .46. Costts .45. Taxes on per onal property $00.66; Penalty $3.03, Costs $1.40. Total $75.84. FULLEK TON. W. 8....

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 22 September 1906

fcffteiit VOL. 24 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1908 NO,35 SHEEP AMD WOOL MEN i it ' . I Met in Albuquerque During the ' Fair in' Their First Annual Convention. . IV- ANJU)DRESS BY GOV. HAGERMAN Who P plots Cut the Important of .'the 6aeep Mid, Wool Orowimf 7 r JaduattT. Following' aré a few para graphs . taken from . .Governor Hagerman's interesting"' address , before thfe first annual convention 'of the- shéefand wool growers of NeV Mexico held in Albuquerque on Tuesday:. f'The sheep'attd wool industry is now and is sure to continue to "be for many years, the greatest and most important industry in thisteYriiófY. On the first day of Januaryv" 1906. the United .Statcsgoverrtraentreportsshowed lb at-New, Mexico had almost four . million head of sheep within her borders. Estimating their value conservatively they are worth fourteen r million dollars. . , , VThi year's wool crop in New Mexico will aggregate eighteen million pounds,, which at an average value of . eighte...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 22 September 1906

íljc Socorro (iljiffloin. PUBLISHED DT S3C0RR0 COUNTY PUBLISHINI CO. K. A. DRAKE, Editor. Rntcrrd at Socorro PoatoAce aecond ola nuil matter. W.KJft OF BtmsCRM'TION. TStrícTTjr" íii"adraoce.) ..12 t0 . . 1 00 Six ttlotitnAw . .'. , OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO rODHTY. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2;!, I'M).,. Ihi anybody eer see more InrtóíiV autumn weather than S'.i.irto h is been blessed with ilnniij; the past week.' X),that everybody ha been tu tli'-Virw and the fair, let us make a long pull and a itrontf mi! together in boosting for Si n crni. I i:ndko Baca is honest ii'Hiüh for a democratic sheriff but not honest enough for a re publican sherilT. according to 1 voiji' standards. li ilovernor Harernian exer visi s yonil judgment and strict impartiality in his efforts at re form. Jte will merit the approval ot ail right thinking citizens. Ir .hivImkIv asks what there sMiirccs ..Í New Mexico are, don't lail to mention the fact that the Mn ep.iml wool industry of the territory yields clevei. milli...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 22 September 1906

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1 DR. SWISHER, Gradaste of the University of New York City, 1876, and former V. S. , Examining Surgeon.) Hagdalena, New Hexlco. J)R. C. G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. . South California street, nearly op- uoaite the ooatoffice. I I Socorro, . - - ' New Mexico. A. A. SEDILLO. é Attornky at Law Socorro, - - New Mexico. DÓUGHEKTY GRIFFITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Socorro. - ' - New Mexico. JAMES G. PITCH ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office iu Terry Block. Socorro, - New Mexico. W. A. FLEMING JONES. ATTORNFY-AT-LAW Unit?d States Commissioner. La Cruces, - . New Mexico. gLFEGO BACA; ; ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro - - New Mexico. yy E. KELLEY, . V ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. DR. L. T. SMITH, DENTIST " Saa Marcial, New Mexico. Magdalena. . .3rd and 4th, each month Sau Antonio 6th " ' Rincón ...10th ' " Appointmentii Made by Mail. CARTHAGE GOAL MINING GO. M. L. Hilton & Givane Luera, Proprietors. ; 4 ILump Sorcnlf LFMno. C T. BROWN, Agent, Socorro. A. H. HILTON, Geucral ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 22 September 1906

ítljc Socorro (íljicfloin. T LOCALS Julius Campredon visited the fair Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mr. W. Homer Hill spent four days at the fair this week. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. New of Kellr were in town Saturday at the circus. Aue. Winkler was anion So corro's delegation at the Albu querque fair. II. Lesdos. a inininir man of Detain?, is in town today on min ing business. J. 1. Kelly had business in town yesterday from his home in Water Canon. Hon. and Mrs. A. C. Abeytia are visiting relatives in Las Vegas this week. J. Lawrence Heister of Kelly was a visitor in Socorro Monday on his way to Albuquerque. Mr. and Mrs. tleo. Sivkles were among Socorro's represen tatives at the territorial fair. Max B. Fitch came up from Engle to spend Sunday with his family at their home in this city. John Mclntyrc, David Baca, and P. A. Marcellino represented San Antonio at the Sells-Kioto show. J. IJ. Herbert and family of Magdalena were among the at tendants at the circus in this city Saturday. Na...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 29 September 1906

f ivfr m m J t r J ! n (I i n l i.- f J M I i ! VOL. 24 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2í). 190B NO. 36 REPUBLICANS CONVENE In County Convention in Thin City on Wednesday Afternoon Sep tember Twenty-Sixth AND FAVOR JOINT STATEHOOD Honorable H. O. Burium and W. H. Andrew Are Heartily En dorsed by Resolution The republican county con voli tion" for the election of delegates to the territorial convention to be held in Las Vegas today to nom inate a republican candidate for delegate to congress met in the court house in this city Wednes day afternoon. There was a full representation of the various pre cincts present. The convention was called to order by Chairman Jose K. Tor res of the central committee and the call was read by Secretary A. A. Sedillo of the same com mittee. Estevan Baca was elect ed temporary chairman and CI. W. King temporary secretary. After the chairman had stated the purpose of the meeting, on motion of Hon. II. () liursum the chairman appointed commit te...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 29 September 1906

;y"'t' m . rjf5"ij!t. ; t -i M 0 Z)t Sororro (fijifflain. PimUSIIRI) HY tQCORRQ COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. E. A. DRAKK. Kilitor. Co tared at Socorro Ioto(licp a second class mail matter. TEKM3 0K smscKlPTIo.V (Strictly in advance.) One jrer 2 cm Six months 1 on OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNTY. SATURDAY. SKl'T. :. I'mm, To uive a itl ic oflii i.il a hear ing when investijiatinir his rec ord is an eminently t orro-1 thinj; to llrt. Wont at the School of Mines in now well uiuler wav and the prospect for a successful year were never brighter. It is dollars to doughnuts that bfore the end of the prospective civil suit against Hon. II. ( ). Bursuni for the recovery of that alleced shortage the alleged shortage aforesaid will look like les than thirty cents. Hon. Solomon Lina was chosen the first president of the Sheep and Wool (Irowers Asso ciation of New Mexico. It is o,uite superfluous to say that the choice was altogether the wisest that couid have heeu made. Dklkoatk Andkkws wül prolc abl...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 29 September 1906

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. SWISHER, Graduate of the University of New York City, 1876, and former V. S. BiamiqinR Surgeon.) Hagdalena, New Hexico. R. C. G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SCKGEON. South California utreet. nearly poaite the postoffice. Socorro. - - New Mexico. A". A. SEDILLO, Attorney at Law Socorro, - - New Mexico. DOUGHERTY v GK1FFITH. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAMES-G. FITCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Terry Block. Socorro, - - New Mexico. W. A. FLEMING JONES, ' ATTORN FY-AT-L AW United States Commissioner. Las Cruces, - New Mexico. gLFEGO HACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. E. KELLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. DR. L. T. SMITH, DENTIST San Marcial, New Mexico. Magdalena... .V1 and 4th, each month 8a,n Antonio "I'1 " Rincón 10th ' ., Appointments Made by Man. CARTHAGE GOAL MINING CO. M. L. Hilton & Givanc Lucra, Proprietors. Iuiil r T BROWN. Atrent, Socorro. A. II. HILTON, General Agent, San Antonio. Firat Claaa Coal. Low Price P...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 29 September 1906

$l)f Socorro (fl)icflnin. 41 . i i-" év'l ato'.'" I j rrAV rs SCHOOL OF MINES NOTES. Itma of Interest Gathered from One of New Mexico's Leading Ed ucational Institutions. Win. (Joodwin, a graduate of the Covington. Ky.. high school, has entered for the Mining Kn gineering course. Ilezekiah Hall returned t work at the Is-ginning ol the second week from liis father's Water Canon ranch. Geo. K. Utter, a graduate of the Silver City Normal Sihool, has taken up the lirM year's work of one of the Kngitiecring courses. A large invuiee ol hemicals and chemical apparatus lias just teen received I rom Kiimr A Amend of New York and trm the Haker-AWaiiisoii Co. of I'.as ton. I'enn. I). M. Miller. II. II. M.H.re. and M. M. Smith, who were stu dents at the Koswell Military Institute last sear, havi taken up the technical work at the School of Mines. K. A. Strand, recently from the training schools ol Chris tiana. Sweden. !ut for the last two years a resident of New Mexico, is numbered among the En...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 6 October 1906

( A O VOL. 24 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. OCTOBER '.'1906 NO. 37 ttU ti AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS ! In Bohalf ol R'jublita:t IVÜ ícr. ; Doliverel at Lzn Váí (Jn Tcntion Last Ür.t'irday , .... BY HONORABLE H. 0. BUISIM ' Ob Taking tht Floor nn l Calling ! ths Kspubliuaii Tsrritnrial Con vention to Ordr. The speech made In chairman H. O. Bursum of tlx- republican territorial committee on calling the republican convention at Las Vegas to order last Saturday has created a profound impression in political circles in New Mexico. The Chieftain would uUdlv pub lish the speech in fall but lack ot pace forbids- It was in part us follows: There isn't a republican plat form and there is not a republi can speaker in this broad land of ours today who does not dwell directly or indirectly upon the marvelous prosperity that has reached its fullest development during the Rooseveltian adminis tration. Historians will call this the gólden age, the climax of a wise policy of protection to in dustry and of...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 6 October 1906

SIjc Socorro (il)icflain. PUBLISHED BY SOCORRO COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. E. A. UKAKK. Kilitor. Entered at Socorro Postoflice as eeond class mail matter. TERMS OK subscription. (Strictly lu advance.) Oue year ix month . 1 X OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNTY. ii SATURDAY. OCT. .. 1mw. REPUBLICAN TICKET. lr Pelegate t Congress WIMJAM II. ANDKKWS of I.ernalillo County Chairman Hiksum's cotiven tion speech made the hit f the day. If Mr. Uursutn i not care ful he will develop into an ora tor. - Ias Vegas Optic. Mk. BuKSfM has good reason to be well satisfied with the Las Vegas convention, and the Las Vegas convention gave very sub stantial eridence that it had good reason to he well satisfied with Mr. 1'ursuni. Hon. V. K. Martin's address in Spanish to the convention was a masterlv effort. The gentle man swept aside like cobwebs j the misstatements and misrepre- I srntatiotK of the advocates of j separate statehood or none. ldas Vegas Optic. His speech before the Las Vegas convention has gotte...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 6 October 1906

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DOCTORS SW1SI1LR & ADLRNATMY PHYSICIANS ANO SlIKt;KNS Offices ítl Magdalena and Kelly, New Mexico In addition to Reiieral practice Dr. Abernathy gives pccial attention to turnery and deceases of women. Dr. Swisher to chronic deceases, ami decease of children. J)R. C. G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURttEON. South California street, nearly op poaite the poatoffice. Socorro, - - New Mexico. A. A. SEDILLO, Attornky at Law Socorro, - - New Mexico. DOUGHERTY & GRIFFITH ATTORNEYS AT I, AW. Socorro, - New Mexico. JAMES G. FITCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Terry Block. Socorro, - - New Mexico. W. A. FLEMING JONES, ATTORNFY-AT-UAW United States Commissioner. La Cruces, - New Mexico. JjJLFEGO BACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - New Mexico. yy E. KELLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. DR. L. T. SMITH, DENTIST Saa Marcial, New Mexico. Magdalena. . .3rd and 4tJ, each mouth Ban Antonio 6th " Eincon Wth " " Appointments Made by Mail. CARTHAGE GOAL MINING GO. M. L. Hi...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 6 October 1906

$jc Socorro (Tliicílaiiu SlEbc 'Socorro Socorro, mew HDcXico. Cappa!, í '.ii.ijui.uo. A GREAT CONVENTION. (imiiitrt front 'i't;' I. warrants of the territory were sold for various 'priees and in some instances the district court clerks became warrant brokers under the nosrs of tin- courts, to fleece the public and rob the territory, while the territorial and educational institutions were almost wholly inflected. All values continuous! v depreciated. Cattle brought as low as ;S a head, sheep as low as liftv cents a head, and wool as low as live cents a pound. It was a period of lawlessness, of oftki.il oppress ion and corruption, of borrowing mom-y to pay tin- running; expen ses of the general io ernun-nt. of low tariff and of hard times. Then followed eight ears of republican administration under Governor M. A. Otero. The debt his administration inherited was $1.24'.H0(t. Instead of an annual deficit the debt of the territory was regularly paid at an average of about Smumm. Territor...

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