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ABVGGAT

XXVI.

frflilsboro,

Sierra

County,

Naw Mexico,

Friday,

FEBRUARY

5, 1909.

$2.00

Per

Year.

No.

40.

Relics of

the

Past

Dun

L'n

at

Sylvan!

te

Toup

ilogiey

R. II.

CREWS,

AtSornoy

at

Law,

Fhst National Hank Building,

Albuquerque,

-

H.

Gfex.

uhtcd

as to whether

they

had

b'-e-borne,

to

the lonely spot

wh'-r-e

they were .found

by

some

pruid

Spanish

conquer-or,

or whether they had been

taken

in

battle

by a

powerful

Indian chiefand carried to the

grave

as

trophies

of

his

vic-tory

over

the

white

man.

The

fact

th

itthe

remains were

The

following

fantastical

talcof.tbe

discovery of

a

skel-eton and

rich

trappings

of

old-en

days

comes

f.

om

LCI

Paso,

says the AlhuquerqueCitizen.

issafa sijjendop :w i

iw.iU.KfiU

COUNTY BANK OV IHLLSBKO.

because

Ourofficers ivtii r'n Movies' nr--i men i.f tridinp,

integrity and ronservn-tism-;

Our firts-prr-- v.tall in rlBo:t.:.i by every device known to'he bank-iu- g

world;

Our funds an" nr nivI liy niotlsiv suit's with worduiTul time-locks-, ami

by holdupami burglar; iiihuruiice;

A.

8.

ELLIOTT,

Attornoy-at-Lat- v,

Ghosts

of

the past were

up

yesterday

afternoon

11. Kl.

Hli.'sboro,

Our officers iiii'l pniployeoo ai H!:1-.-t Lj:-d- of a reliable Surety Com

pany; in

the

office

of

R M. Black

in

safely

b'-irie-d in

the

pile

of

ur loam an 1

ojjr bocla arcrejularly in

--pnetfd by,the Territorial Rank

the

Center

blockjvvhen

a

sack

iner.

I

r

Our mottois

punr.tn

ry.

If. A. WOLFOHD,

District Attornpy.

JlTioe:

First

door

enst II.

Church, Main

Street,

stone probably points to the

fact

that

the

wearer

of

the

things had been placed there

full

of

ancient trappings

mix-ed carelessly

with

bits

of

gold

rock, were spread

out

on

the

THE

S1EI1RA GGUHTY BAFili

.

of Hillaboro,

Mexico.!

Hillsboro, - New Mexico.

4j

table and speculated

upon

by

mining and newspaper

men.

The

precious

relics

are

beau-tifully

fashioned,

of

pu

e

silver

and carefully

.cha-ed-.

The

bins

.JAMES R.WADDILL,

Attorney-- nt-Jjij

DEMING, - NEW MEXICO

Will attend ail.tlie Conrtnin Sierra Coun

ty and the 3rd Judicial District.

JAMES

S.

FIELDER,

Attorney-at-L-a

DEMING, - NEW MEXICO

Will

Jn.

General

i

surface

is

discolored to

a

lead-lik-e

black, but there seems to

be

no

erosion.

by

tiie early white invaders

and left undisturbed for

cen-turies

until the treasure

hunt-ing

hand of modern

prospec-tor had opened the sepulchre.

Mr.

Page

brought,

in

some

teeth

which

he took from the

skull and

Dr.

Black,

who

is

a

dentist, says

thatthe teeth

are

remrkably

perfect

and

that

they came

fro

7

the

head

of a

man

not over

25

years

of

age.

Mr.

Page

did not study the

formation of the

skull

so

he

cannot throw any light on the

erchandise

The

trappings came

out

of

a

jjrave

which was found

at

WillPractice in the Comis of New

Mex-ico, Arizona andTexas.

the top of

a'Jiill

about

four

miles

north

of

Sylyanite

by

L.

I.

Page of

this

city,

while

he

was

proppecting

over

some

DRY

GOODS

Groceries

Furniture,

$ine

Supples, Hay,

.GraJn

B0NHAR1&

OLIVER,

Lawyers,

Las

Cruccs,

Naw

Mex

ground

in

the

interest

of R. question of the nationality of

M. Black.

Infollowinga

fine

the once beautifully decorated

ledge

of

quartz

which ran

up chief.

He

said

yesterday that

he

gave

some of the things

in-to the keeping of

a

prospector

friend

who was

out

to

the

spot

over

a

hill lJage

came

upon

a

pile

of stone

which

seemed to

have been placed

there by

some human hand.

He

care-

-Agent

for

I. L.

Gatzert

& Co.

Fine

Tailor-Mad- e

Clothing

v

White

Sewing

Machine Company

C.

P.

JOHNSON,

Attomey-at-La-BPECIAI.TIR8

R. P. iainage Cases. New Mexico

Min-ing Casps.

f;2t Trust Building. EI Paso, Texas

with

him, there being about

fully

removed the top stones

fifteen

piecesin all.

Thismau

Office: Room 2(1, Armijo Buildinir

LVr. 3rd St. and Railroad Ave. Practice

it

a.

4

and

soon saw

that there

was

toofe

ju--s

sack

Qf

rock

anci

part

somthi g

within the

mound.

Lf

the trappings

to

his

room-Furth- er

investigation

prov--

jng hOJse

Jhiswas

onTues-e- d

that

he something

was

aj

Wednesday

he

left the

pile

of human bones,

so

oldpace

ror

another

trip,

leaving

that they

.crumbled

at

the

the sack of ore and

the land.

touch.

In

picking up bits

of

jajy

thinking ;t to

be

a

worth-

-ine.tarl

within the bier, Page

less

lot

of

stuff threw

it into

r

.11.1111

f

j

dangerous malady

H

bulyou

don't need

to

in c:a Stipronjo Lonrta of New Mexico and Texap.

ELFEGO

BACA,

Attorney and Councellorat Law,

ALRUOUERQUB; NEW Mf

Will bepresent atall temrH of Conrtof

--A

a

.sock

around

your

neck

to cure

ft,

Hcriiaiiuo,Counties. Valencia, Bocorro and giei-r- a

scon

realizeatnat

ne

naamaue

tjlc

rr,xruajrei

DohI in uood Gold, Silver and Coppe-Minij- g Properrioa in New Mexico.

mm.

mm

3

oO&Wv'

Articles

of

Incorporation

of

SIGMA

CONSTRUCTION

AND

DEVELOPMENT

COM

N

5

MOW

a

hnd and further close search

revealed the

fact

that

this

was

no ordinary grave.

For there

in

the dusty

L)ones

were

her-ald-is

trappings

which

must

have come

from

the

sunny

coasts of Spain

in

the

great

ex

V3w

'

--7

LEE

H.

CREWS,

Notary Public.

Fire Inwurauce and Surety Bondt.

Hillsboro,

-

N.

Rl.

1

!kS5iSsj;

jkSSii V

cur

t!'nt threat

f:1 r;rff.c

i a.!Ui-G'- 3

jn5s-

-unintent

nonet tat? tlmnn-Aa- .

nmmA

1'

"

:g

lies

circulation, giving tho muscles more elasticitv.

peditions

which

went through

i.Jr

FRANK

I.

GIVEN. M.

D,,

Ofllice roufc. Office Drug Store.

this

sectionof the country from

f

TrC?

RHEUMATISM, CUTS, SPRAINS, BRUISES,

VUKCD

WOUNDS. OLD tiORES, STIFF JOINTS,

BURNS AND ALL PAINS.

the conquerors of Montezuma.

PANY.

Territory of New Mexico. Office of the Secretary.

Certificate of Comparison. I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the

Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify

that

there was filed for record

in this office

at

o'clock, M., on

the Eigh'eenth day of January, A. D.

Ji)09,

Certificate of Non-Liitbili- of Stock holdcra of Sifjma Construction and

and Development Company.

No. 57G0.

and also, that I have compared the

Hillsboro

II.

M.

The

most important piece

is

a beautiful piece of

head-gear

consisting

of a frontal

plate having

a

crescent

pen-dant.

This

was

undoubtedly

GAVE INSTANT

RELIEF.

4

HonPI

to&,

Provo,.iriAh-- '

'Thva

ved

BaUard's

a

Snow Llnimtn.c for

iseurslgla,

Toofh-ach- o' "AndHoro Tiirc,-- ,

V$ which upon npplioation frnve mo

instant

relief. 1 can rcein

mend

it

as1c-sm- ; the best Liniment 1 Lave over

utiod

ia

curui

?j

pain caused

jioni'Ncuralgi.

etc."

PAUL

A.

LAR9II,

Mining &

Metallurgical Engineer.

PKICB 25c, SOc AND 51.00

MinesExamined and Reported on.

Hillsboro, - New Mexico.

the trapping

of

a

Spanish

knight whose house had been

prominent

in

the

crusades

against

the Caracens, retain

Ballard Snow Liniment

Go

following copy of the aame, with the

the original thereof now on file, and

de-clare it to be a correct transcript there-from and of the whole thereof,

Given under my hand and the Great

Seal of the Territory of New

Mexico,

at

tho City of Sant

Fe, the Capital onthis

Eight-eenth day of January, A.

500-50-2

North

Sspsd

Street,

ST.

LOUIS,

-

--!

AIISSOURI.

mm

HUT

market

ing the crescent of

emblama-ticconquest- s

in

the holy lands.

There

were

two

perfect

sil-

-i 1 1

SoId

and

Recommended

by

G,

t

wit

. ..

n...

-

.

t

r

.

.

i

miiict,

iuji

wtttvvi

uiug jtvic.

ver

rosettes

with,

aencate

OB

r-

-Lake

?alh;,8illskro

and

Kiigdoa

Secretary ofNew Mexico,

CERTIFICATE OF

NON-STOC-K

IABILITY.

This iato certify

that

the undersign-ed subscriber to the capital stock and incorporator of a certain corpor

ation, known aa the ''Sigma

Construc-tion and Development Company," duly incorporated under thelawsof the

Ter-ritory of New Mexico, certificate of

which has been duly signed, executed

and acknowledged and ia filedherewith,

withthe Secretaryof the Territory of

UOLiO 910KAUK-BE-EF,

POiK

and

MUTTON.

Fresh Fiah

SAUSAGES.

EGGS

and

BUTTER.

Union

Meat

Market

Co.

phasingsaround

the

edge,

four

silver

girth

rings, two silver

squares,

hollow as

though used

for

parts of

the bridle, a

beau-tiful

bit, two strips

ofsilver

with

very

small rings at

the

end, much

resembling cape

fastenings

and

two

curved

scabbard

tips,

probably

from

the coverings of oriental

dag-gers

Those

who saw

them

soec-

-Makiogf

close connection with

all

trains

to and

from Lakf

Valley, for Hillsboro

and

Kingston.

Ft

tioas.

Nir

and

oomfortable Hacks and

Coarben prd

0O

FRED

V.

MISTER,

Proprietcr.

(3)

THE WORLDSGREATEST SEWINQK&iKii

Sierra

"County

Advocate.

LIGHT RUNNINi

ir-- n

W. O.

Th)mpon,

Proprietor.

24

years, had

been

tormented

with

side

ache

from

female

trouble keeping her weak

and

ailing.

"She 'took

Wine

of

Caidni and

is

now well.

Car-dial

has

been

a

Godsend

to us

both,"

she writes.

For

all

0

f

Th Bi'-rr-a

County Advocate isentered

at the i'ost (Mice, at Hillsboro, Sierra fCoiiiily, Nj Mexico, for transuiis.doii

hru'htho

U. F.

Mail, rs

eecond cIuhh

matter. -

women's

troubles,

Cardui

is a

safe, efficient,

reliable remedy

A t di

legists;

i

.oo.

FRIDAY, NEBHUARY 6, 10C9.

public of Mexico, rnd forsuch purposes

to purchase, own, lease, construct, build andoperate power plants,

refri-geratingplants, hydraulic plants,

tele-phone;), tramways, flumes, Weils,

res-ervoirs and vator wvya, airi to

pur-chase, own, l.'j.sf, hold, rnort.cae, sell and convey real est :ttn and p ;raonal

properties within the. limit;of the C

lift-ed States, and the Hep-- bile of Mexico,

including the buying, tr.vj incr leasing,

mortgaging, conveying, and iiilin;f of mines, mining claims and inter-,'.-! th.

'ra-in, alio the b'.yinsr, welling, mining,

ex-cavating, milling, wjjt'iT.-ig- smelting

and otherwise treating of gold, silver, copper and other metallic ores, and

ex-tracting therefrom the gold, aibvr,

cppcr

and other metal therein

con-tained, all an maybe nece.iiiary to enr-r-y

out the objects of said corporation.

IV, The amount oftbe total

author-ized 1 .'.stock of Mich

corporation shall be fly Th'.'isand i.'ollars

($..),0 0.0.') v.hied shall be divided into

-- 1 Articles of Incorporation of

SIGMA CONSTRUCTION AND

VELOPMENT COMPANY.

dy

fur the

ace

modation of tciiny

"f

the

fmull children who are now

tfteiiJif)j the public which

ia Yerci'ov.th'(!. ?Ji Florets' school

ivill Lp tnaialiiined by the rouiity.

xlra

Hchool mi (lie

Flat

next Mou-

-JCvery upottKinan

h

niisionsly

awaiting

the ,ifcB'ge

"f

Hib act

placing h liounty

often

eentHper

sculp for jack

rablit.

TtiseBti-rriHtfi-d

that Siena

county haa no bf,R

than

5100,0(10

ralhits

within her boundaries. The jack

rabbit

iVb prohGu anioot! and in

soma factious y a large

amouot

of

giitdn

truck and prass,

and also, that fentivo

ainiual

is

considered a dish by many

people.

Now, if there i'h n bounty

to b: put on tho juiili rabbit let ii

b within ranson. At ten cents a

scalp many eoun'.iea Would go

broke at. the first,

roet'ng

after

the

hill h

lm'.

i

w

c.eijts" a

aoalp would rrjoro th in p-i- for the

ammunition and would idT id clienp

i 11

1

' (Continued from page 11

New Mexico, do hereby certify anl

de-clare

that

.there shall bo no stock-

-holders' liability, on account of any

.stock jpaued hereafter, ay full paid and by aaid corporation, the

said ".Sitfma Construction Mid

Develo-pment Company."

IN 'WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto subscribed our name.

and affixed our ecals this 15th day of

IN THE DISTRICT CnERT oF Tfll

THIRD .ICDKTAL DISTRICT OK

THE TI KRI I'OivY OF NHW MFX-IC-O,

WITH IN AND FOB TilK

COUNTY OF SIERRA.

Julia Howe Eisjrelow, doinii"I

liiHincss under name and

slyIc of (

'nter

Mercantile. I

Co., Finn: :!, f

!'.

WXl

I J. A. Reed. IK'fendaa.f. J

NOTICE OF I'ENDEOY )F SUIT.

The above nanii'd dei'enoant, J, A.

l!i"d,

u

lar.'by lao;it'.'d that ma has been hi' ill;-;- a:.ii ; him i0 'he Pi-r;e- i

Couvt of tie-- Th oat ,iu he.al Dslii't of

tiit Ten it ry of .New M xieo, witiiin and

for theCounty if ttoit eii'g the

oounlv in which said action N now n

nd-i'li-t'lie plaint i;!' 01 co.--i ;ij tooueds tor

her action that the defend ml, .1. A.

R" cI, isindi bted to her in the sum ol

Fmir hundred delists for ten month's

If

von' ' 1 ' ar of thepar

vil-e

O.O'.i) e;.-;.- the

'd.a! r! :;' vend) Y.h'eh

H n.nu.r.cei.'jebeva

!0iis

and Dollars

Five 1J:..u s.ii-1

ue of Tea J v3iar an."' of the said c"rp-rn-t i n wil bo 'i o .71 t;uaiU.V,Ijie o f.'.;'i t t January, A. 1). VJO'J.

(Signed) Inland L. Summers Arthur W. IJehnbolU Joseph Karas

(Seal)

(S..:.l)

(Seal) 'i1art for the hn and cheap tre f ind of

ho

tvoat for tho.--'i

rabbit

meat.

JJL to--it. -- Ai-at. v.- -v

tieair l nod loifein--- . weich be po ioi ed

itad Merced t'i pay lo r, but w ich li

whollvfsiled to iln, icl n,.,p;ic..,niigfiiiin

affidavit filed inthis cause that thn d

--faiidaiit, .1. A. Rea l, is a non-tes-i a lit f

t'iC Tcrritoi y O! New Mexico; .oil st

furUicr api'ar'Cg fhtit an aOaaloeP'1

hafos-i-l d io 1 i eann' a n I lias tiecti re

tin? ed i 'vie '

e;i ai ti e f ill, Avon,, or

Tho qu ul muling' pennon

clos-ed on

Jan. 3!.

Tho (jnail, wbieii

i.-- verv ih ructivo bird

income

hie-t'itie- in New

Lxieo, do"H not

(o.nuO.c;;).

V.

the

r.uvxf,

reuCM,

and

I'

oilic f ;uldi'(.':;.;e;..3 f V.vj i.evr

por;to.:,

and number ofshui es aubseribed for by

each of them re.poef.ively is as

jVlo-.vs-Name, Leland L.Seen.i :rs, Posed

and P. O. address, Cldcago, liiiijois,

Sliaiva liH, Amount v),

;.

Name, Arthur W. Hebi.bolU.

Heai-denc-ar.d P. O. vAUc?-- , ( Lii-'g- o, Ilj;.

noia, Sharen 1, Amount $10.y.

Name, Jonejih Kaiau, U'wideiK-- and P. O. addn.'BS, Chicago, 1li'noi; Shares,

1, Amou .t, $10.00.

VI. 'Ihe j

ri!

f.r

theduration of

nai-- Company kill fifty ("0) years.

VII. The t;:Ti.k of said

corporation t.hall ha ti.tiintged a

- '. , "y

n ate b"fore tl;o II t of

Apiil, anl

ty, viz:

w( hoo no

rea,n

whv - (IJ'Oll

'"

,'

i'"" '..."

W ' lU I'd

i'. : ;

hap

-

X

-

1

','1

) aexnon aliould not be exooi I ,) t,.

the 2Slll of J'. louMiy ,f -so-- ; V ;.

'I'hfi law reyuli.f it the kil!v.s.

turtle

doveriis all wrong aed

one

T!ip open aea?oo for

kiliinu

theso innoeont Liiu--s caramcners

just

at

!( cet ioti 1wei!tv s

X, f 'on R.01ee Tw' U'ea: i o F.oaepal Mciai o. (' an' a' Sj.--M a--. tn o i. I.o,,!., ,!. I.

.,

"fe .,;(',.

,,ili tho tmic- .1

III ,ip (,( ee ie miiI csa

l .i.oav, March 2,;tla, A. t).

it .u; 'e r 'icicuMl ag.s

i.t

!,u--e i

!.-State of Illinois, )

8S.

County of Cook.)

Be it remembered, thatonthistheloth

rhyof

January, A. D. I'M'.), before mo

theundersigned, a Notary Public,

with-in and for tho County of Cook, State of Illinois, personally appeared Leland

L. Summers, Arthur W. Holmholtzand

Joseph Karas, and to me known to be the same persons described in, and who

executed the foregoing instrument, and they each acluiowdcaledthat he signed,

Healed and executed the same as his

free act and deed, for the usch and

purposes therein setforth.

IN WITNESS WHERE OF, I have hereunto subscribed my hand and uffix--d

my official seal the day and year in this certificate iirst above mentioned, . fSigned) .Jessie F. Pierce,

, Notary Public. ENDORSED.

No. 67C0,

Cor. Kec'd. Vol. 5, Vhro 5h5.

Cert, of Stockholders Non.Liability of

Sigma Conntruction,vd Develop-rncn- t

Company.

Piled inoffice of Secretary of No".'

Mexico, Jan. IX, 1!)'..

.e;V you eat- y .'! I1' e'O,,, !;!()((,iia!:'.,, Goar! of the create ch i 1 ct.r.rtist henaftev in-In- w

:fl.:rtha

of Director wl :u mciril'iTi tin!

i, -d h) a

tliio

wleui l':o J'ounp; tue 11tCli-

-v.ai in in '

H.

TI

Ai-ORl)-,

4

Piiiiaiiif's aiiotn-y- -i namas a d

are "Uonhani aiel Oliver," Lus C'ruccK, N. .'.I.

AVll.MA.M E. ?.r.UT!N, "ark.

(yeal) By John I lotox,

Pfi'

v.

First pub. jui,2:). I,to--t pub feb2u"

first ue ilin,'4" of tiiis covj ora.lion, the

Dira'U.i'ri thall be elected tmnu;' ily, rs

provided by law, who ssii.-d- liold ciiico for one yearan;! until olhera arecho.scn intheir stea.d. The l!o...i d of Pirectora

shall have power to make and alcer tho

Hy-I.av- of basl Company, subject to the lv.'ht of thest 'ckhohieri to alter

in out, and wlinn tha old ones

nie killed their ynuii otmn mo left to starve. The

opto

pchpou for

tiiountHiii

trout

in also ill timed.

I'ho fenson for fib it opens when

the

female

fili

me pjiawning.

Tho upon per son far (loves and And h

I.O..--I lii-- aliould co11onenee at V(l

Oani ur to ' u o'. or v.'ik: lb of Pin cL'rs app.i.'iit an :v hell idso i;ave po

ca'Jvo com moiilbu later.

Tboliw

ituubifieg

aiitobojfl oxr-irc-- I.'reii 13, 1.0J0,

Live;

Hit

1'

eed

St

..bit

- W V.i U .

y and

-b o'o,

leas thaut'tree fsum

Vr

tj

act for anl

in the noni of e;M il iar.l cu';iV:ct V)

fortloo t'f ffd fofturo.

To 0. T. H.irr .aiel M.i--y .He A lVaver.

tle ir hciis, as i...n, and aciiiiii.iat itors.

YOU and each cf yon urn hen by

that the iindciei r..d has ex"eial-(-i

en (fun i'ei ii'.'O!.!)'.!' Dollars 11 lahur

H'l I in

ptov.'DlelHs on the i'.H'.l View MoiiiiL' ebtini, for'he yourliiO.S. si id u;;n-i- o

-ehiio being sieiatso 10

Con'ohr

Mi,die Di-t-ri t, fieiaf C an.tv. New

Mexico; in ( r !.r h, ,,.l i i,

't,.iiL.

ehiiai iiinler t!i.. jiMivi-noa- ci Secflo;,

11)11.. 1- V ! J ! .' fill

Unprotected )fO!Sa,n

of ejevo't tnontha between tin1 sok. Oone of the nt oeen t ! fqre end

L ii.r.i'..ilwrw as m ly h'J iro a'.vd in i.'." H-!- a xa.

,

Vilt, I i V,'I!.r'e.s,

Vlbttsjt

lbi

I'i'.'cnl t to the feregoe;;;

ccrtt.'iiT.'a '. jnrorpcr,.l;.-.:-

h;i--f

I

jp

'

-vi

unto fu .i ci.oe iin ; ai.nei uai

ttOi Ol.o-

-fallowing. Tho prcw'nl j

iivv Bluodd ho tiio-ndi-'tl so as to

i'totret

the Hrsttdopa f.,r et

hei

iivo yeaia

mor.

'i Ih'--h

i'e;os

re-

-aafdio( the

prided

hm t.f .'nine the

;o.i '.ry, A 3 :u:

r

1 ' -i Ol the R.'Vl.Se i yt:lli!es of !,,.

i'nile-- SLiP-- f..r

!'.

year eio.foeg

ieOs.a-i- jf

uitn-t-1VSU'tcr this i.niS'e hv ;mhi;c,i n.Vol;

l.o! .a-- fu--" to

coetihnt,. v an iir ,i'.i.

their

?:;;!,

tl.is day cf J A. P.,

(Signed) I.tin.v.!h

Sumu-r-Allien' W. llJ.uhoita

,.

,,e n.

i...:i,

1.1 ... 1 - ' ' . (Seal)

(ivaa!) mriiii Tin ui un u!e bil'lUli! 11 miu csii'. n iiinr.Ms is in

s.o ueiimi I ;

in, v i.r intet"at in the

not overlook. rso!--" .ft I'M'-.f..'-'

--rf

--trTu'

f .Io

t'lf'.

l

nnoersiLOieil mt -r Seein n 221 o:

mi.:

Joei jh H.i'ias (Seal'

State of Kii.ksis,

County of Cook. )

Ie

it remcribereJ, that en this, tho 15th day of Janeiiry, A. J). DJt, be-

-nevise.l M.itnt MircnF.T.L GRAY. Font pubja -2 0;) Lirt pui., p,22 01) VrAC.:-.7'.rw- j , CCPYRIOHTS &C.

Tue ;v i;'. I'l.MH earOi.l II ll'eo w'lellKT SU

I F I Me. tVitmimn!".'t

-t ii r i HID H5K

faI'ateut

3..-.- tiLO. .Jee.rtt J.'.'11. V tufHf'OU l'If'rpill 3. 0;jw e."i-i-i ,) ;.hii,ii Co.receive

i m i , 1 1 u intlio

A) o'' 1 o lv. I.nreBst rlr

-i t f j iniil. Tt'i-irio-, ;ia

l'','i I"--1 ' ini'.i, eel.ibyait

'..'jilGj.

,f'"-

- New York

toruuuu Oiuue, toh VvuaLiUBtuu, P.V.

A Hot'sif

torn

i et

qrv.-

-t

Would 11ll'lli Hi. HK soon thiol; of rnti- -nit;o idy

frin

wiib.ui1. ii.j..'fri-iit- s

aswii'iout

I'aoi'rf

fii.'Or.ioar Oil fore m.3

tlu

iniderrilgned, a Notary

d for the Coan'v

Public, within

of Cook, Str.o Ofuseda !))( 'jtle f,lielni'o.Pir m io nndI h.eVH ever

legist, 1f i of lUhiees, jio Konally

appeared Leland L. Sanenerj, Arthur

W. lleimholt an1

Josojiii

Karu,

and

to me known to be the sain,! pontons

descriliad in, and who executed the

cf

To C. T.Hair and M,ry M A fh avrr:

Y uand (H"h of vou are hcr l v

thai I. II. A. Wolfeid. loni Miodi.l

Cray s tier, cxp-mte- d' (lie

so' of two

hii'id'-e-.hdiais in

1 dior and

Hcp"ovioi,iin.'s noon !ho (i.aoei

View Mine una M"i"ii( hem.sii ie:!c iin the Citpei'tcr

"a.i.e

ievirict, Grant

H.iimlv, y,'W j

ncr.

NATHAN JAFFA, Htcrei..ry Compared CCK to CFK

'

TFJUUTORY CF NEW MEXICO.

. Ofl'.coof the Secretary.

Certificate of ComparVon.

1, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the

Territory of New Me. , do hereby

certify

that

there was tiled for reeurd

in this office at 11 o'clock A. M. on the Eighteenth day of January A. P.

"

Articles of Tncorporntionof

SIGMA CONSTRUCTION ANT) DE-...- ..

VELOPMENT COMPANY.

'

No. 5759.

and also, that 1 have compared the

fol-lowing copy of the same, with the

orig-inalthereof now on file, and declare it to be a correct transcript therefrom

and of thowhole thereof.

Given under my hand and the Great

Sealof the Territory of New Mexico,

at

the City of Santa

Fe, tho Capital on this Eighteenth day of January A. P. 1909.

NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary of New Mexico. We, tho undersigned, Leland L.

Sum-mers, Arthur W. Hehnholtz, and

Jos-eph Karas, citizens oftheUnited States, being desirous of forming acorporation under and pursuant to the laws of the Territory of New Mexico, in the

Unit-ed States of America, entitled "An Act toregulate tho formation and

gov-ernment of corporations for mining,

manufacturing, industrial and other

pursuits" C. P.. No. C8 (Approved

March 15, 1905,) have made, signedand

executed, and do hereby certify the

following articles of incorporation for

that

purpose:

! I. The name of this corporation is

"Sigma Construction and Development Company."

9

3

Ihe quickest in action lend richest in reriu'h-i-. Fer

burns

anl

fresh

Cuts it 1H l,l);oi'uO !y W lol"l f1;I,

I regard it as a ii insoh dd

lircshi.

ty. ,Yoiiis trulv, .S

Unris'.n,

Ko--

-eiilrtko, Miss.

For

0.tie at liio J.,.st

QOve D.

us Stoie.

id flic

for .:oin instrument I! y each i

s. tieilladv 'I ge( I. ' ii t!. a;i

wloeli is ii ii t,

Probut" (h-r-k of di, : o '.riv I

(r.

; t.

Don't

Be 1

hkitabi.k.

tated rkin maken an irri

- 'An irri-table per. f(rence lo as ,ii Set;,,,, r it able person g an

;ii

sou, ani

-lt'll'ihllV Of ACVV Oexi.'M.

which nolle -. ie m ,,h

men! w.ii k a I ii: el r t

ji.'fOl''es nnil

2.52-- HoviyeO --t,

"'!atoy l.cit J'he erf

s-nnioniit ii'iiii mo! ti

Ihe year' l;H)7 a UnW. a

r.nli' h' he.; the o n r ;i VI

its

ni'ich tronbh) unto hiinself or

herself, n the ea8( may be. Mot-a-l:

Use Hunt's Cine, one bex of

w'.iiob is sbsolufeaud umjuahriedl y

UUaianleed to cure any form of

skin troiiM,1. Any kind of ludiinji known is relieved at once and one

1 acknowledged that h signed, serdol

and executed thesame as his free a;t

and deed, for tlu uses and purpose;! therein set forth.

IN

WIINEiS

WHEREOF, I have

hereunto subscribed my hand and

af-fixed my official seal the day and yc:.r in thia certificate first above

men-tioned.

(Signed) Jessie F. Pierce,

NotaryPublic. (Notarial Seal)

ENDORSED.

No. 575!).

Cor. RecYL Vol. 5, Page 535.

Articles of Incorporation of

Sigma Construction and Development Company.

Filed in office of Secretary of New

Mexico, Jan. IS, lDO!.;

It

A. M.

NATHAN JAFFA.

Sperjtni'v

Thr liremore!Jc nil I'atlernnsnld Intlie United

Statesthan of any other make o ua,terns. 'Jhis ison

account of their style, accuracy and simplicity.

McCnll's IVlnirnjr.lnp eriieQueen of Fashion) hat

moresulisi riders Ilein ;e,y other Ladies'MuRilinc. Ona

year's suhscripijon (ian,,nilcrl cist;,- AOei'llla. Idlest

flumhrr, , ccntH. Kitry (nbscribergeta aMcCall 1'at-te- rn

Free, Suliscride today.

T.nJv Agent Vailled. Ilandnnmepremiums or

liberal cash inrrepisj, n. Faitern Calalneiie nf6-oda.

lilt l'".s1 the--, :n. I,, ... s

gnelll.

. W.i If

t

'. h .v,. ',;,( f,r v iir

iiceonnt 'he--mm of

'i'hioy-Th;-- ..,

i'nia

iiod TfiiiTv-'I'lo- ee und "m e third cei ts

i .;:;.:;::1;t n

vf,ur jroporiion of tin. ireeae'ii Catalo.'ue (showing .',i iiiennunis) I. e Tost

n i

box Cfi'i

,''

i'Vi

Oiiico 1). u Store the -.id eh. 'in fort

c'1' ivv0' AJu"' TUB McCALL CO..New York.

aSM'.-i-nii- . oit wnr i ji

the sod v. ar-- i of 1 o I ' K- ;.n I

veil ,Mav N! e Vet' h MljJ 1 I CU.ncr

"ie thirf ll- I,

i"t'

of iin nn.iivi e l there n. I, the u ford, h;.V" p d ! "e l. I '. W I a y ac onet the in of S;1v--s x I' 1 ;o- - n is

'y-S-i xin.,;two

,i ' a. y.inr p .op

lot'.l eOl'.ta. 'fiji.hli

tirn ef I o - c .t '

E.

E.

BURLINGAME

&

CO.,

ASSAY OFFICE

lorator

EstablrshedinColorado,1866. Samples by mail

nunut.iVtpioiupimuota-- cluialien iuu

Gold &SllrerBullion

""A'Sh'SsVS-Concentratio-Tests 100

gT-

-1736-173- 8 Lawrence

St.,

Dcover,Colo s.id ehdei for the Said year,, of le07

Compared OCK to CFK aii,

The I'enn-Me- x Afejora eioiipany

wns forined reoetilly in Seilver Citv, N. M r the

purpoeeof

:

sever d thousand acres in the IVun-Hylvani-;i

niountaitis with goats

raised in this

territory.

31. Jj.

Eupbee, secretary of the Jevv

Mex-ico Aiio iia (i.iat Hrecdcra' aesooia-tioi- i,

is prtMoietit if the new

com-pany, and

1.

8.

flershey

of

IVnn-blvani-a,

eastern loaimger.

Additional

Local

jvt.,

Vmi

nedeeeh of yon me fn,i her noti-hcitie-tt

if w alio, ninety

dnvs. fiom the serviecof tliis iioiiee ( r within ninety

cays iiftcr notice by this publication) you oreilher of you hail or refuse to

con-tribu-your prooriio ,.f M,eh expmdit-11- 1 emh fo-w- it thP

Hl,n,a 1Pn. t . ue ! ai

,1. a:d ! tJii--.

notice, and Hip

II. The location of its principal

of-ficein said territory is Hillbboro, New Mexico, and Albert G.' Vicg is hereby

designated as the statutory agent in

charge thereof upon whom process

against saidcorporation maybeserved, and toact as such agentuntil his

suc-cessor is named, as provided by law.

III. The objects for which such

cor-poration is formed is to carry on and conduct ageneral construction ruuiner.s,

and the development of mining,

.mill-ing, smelt.mill-ing, and other properties in

the said Territory of New Mexico, and

also elsewhere in the States and

Ter-ritories of the United States and Re

Location Blanks

lor

sola

I c',vU 0' 11,0 nnfdicati. n ef.tins

..otic

y. er mo; i i air ..1 r ill Mil I J,e, p.,,.v (lf v ei ho fa j ,,s an,,,...,ei

Ax

IktI'Kfstisg

Litttr.

11 or wili

Several drummers

hit

the town Wedrifrsday.

Tom LatiDon,

Jr.,

writes his fat t-ier from GIhohou, Ariz.ma. t!ml

then? is considerable activity at

that

place, (jlee-

-e) n new

min-ing

can:pof

great

promise sifuated

DPar

l'earea

and

not

fsr frem Leadville.

llev.

ilanuel

Flores will open nn

ia o of O risi ed

''--cs1 '"I se t

''

--a'J4 --f the Re.

t; '

Co,led

State.

Mary

Ikiqouly,

cf

1 17

I'

ich

St.,

Syracuse,

X.

V., writes

to tell

of

the

suffering-o- f

her sister,

w

ho, f

.e

the past

j

A w'l-FORD- .

Mat (I Ibllelioro, New Mexico.

,)anU-r-o

y S. RH,i.

First pub. Jan f. Last

pub. Apr.9 09

at

this

office.

(4)

SIsrra

County Advocate.

thousands

of

worker

VJJJ-V-X A

-W. O. THOMPSON,

Proprietor,

Official

Paper

of

Sierra County.

5icii'lQil6fy

4)

i

M

l

all over the world wear

Levi

Strauss

&

Go's

Copper Riveted

Overalls

because they ore cut full

VS

made of selected denim

jX'Ctlf""

strong and dependable tu&'.ui

-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5,

1909.

Paints,

Oils

and Window Glass

Orders by Mali giver: Especial Attention

Prescription Compounded Day and Nlflh

BUBSCMFTION RATES.

OneYear 2 00

'Six

Monthis...

1 25

TNree Months. .

...

...

70

i

t1 1 pJ Il

.

.' V .1.

the most wear for the least.pcsslblc n.a:;ey old everywhere

One Month 25

NEW MEXICO.

Single Oopis 10

' ' ADVEBTIHINO RATES.

One inch one

issue...

$1 00

C.

LONG

'

One inch one month. .' 2 00

'

One inch one year. 12 00

DEALEit IN

'Locals 10cents per line each fnsertiou

'jo(Jiil write-up- s 20 cents per line.

ft

V

f

nr.f

DOOM

U

ift I

J

L W

,S

IIU

v I best known geologists in the

south-west and is

editor

of the

South-western Minos, a very valuable

and

interesting

mining

piper

pub-lished at, Albuquerque, Mr.

Pbiir

13 a pr tminent attorney of St. Louis whose

father

ran for

presi-dent of

tue'United

States in 1S08.

Representative Julian

Chavez U

making himself henrd

up

at Santa

Fe. So far he hns introduced no

less than a dozen bills, ps follows:

;Th moon fulls to-da- y.

The recent cold wave,

undoubted-ly cause 1 by the big storms on the Pacific elope and to the

eaptof the

rookies, was well received by

every-body in

Southern

New Mpxico an

it

will

undoubtedly

check the

ad-vancement of

the fruit buds

thnt threatened to

burst

into bloom dur-in-g

the exceptionally warm spell. Some also predict

that the

wave

assures an excellent

June

wedding crop.

J.

E.

Smith,

who was

recently

elected justice of th e pence, has as

HAY, GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCE

-

MiriERS"

SUPPLIES

COUNTY OEF1CERS.

County Commissioners: F. M. Bojor-jue-,,

first district. J. M. Webster,

sec-'v-district. V. G. Trujillo, Chairman,

thrd district.

'Andrew Kelley Probate Clerk Will M.Robins Treasurer

1V1. L.

Kahler...

Assessor

V. C. Kendall Sheriff Jan. P.Parker. .Superintendet of Schools

FranseisfO Montoya

....

Probate Judge

HILLSnORO, NEW MEXICO.

11.13. 21,

relating

to land

grants

and fixing a ini-- in nm rate of tax

ri

sumed the business of

that

office

nnro

ation on land.

C

15. 22,

requir-ing sewrequir-ing machine agents to pay

a license. H.

I.

23, relating to work on public highways. H. B.

M,

relating

to

the

sale of personal

LOCAL

NEWS.

EJ.

Tafoya

weot up to

Santa

.Wednesday.

chanciise

and

is now

prepaied

to

transact

any business

that

may come be i-- t 8 r

i

y

0

Lee Nations

was a

Hillsboro

fore him,

anything

from bills of

visitor this

week.

Gov

McPberson

has

retnrned

HARDWARE

property to satisfy loans. H.

1.

11, providing a bounty of ten cents

on jack rabbits.

II.

B. 17,

relating

to ditch commissioners. 11. 13. 20,

relating to the

pasturing

of goats within three

miles

ol towns of 800

or more

inhabitants.

If. B. GG,

an act

prohibiting

minors to loiter

ou the streets

after

9 p. m, H. B, 05, an act to

protect

public

high-ways from damage by stock. II,

13. G3, an net concerning notaries public employed in banks and by other corporations. H. 15. 61, an

Ammunition

for Shotguns and

Rifles

Screen

and

Panel Doors

.argest

sale to

marriage

certificates.

Chaa. Yaple came down from Fairview Wednesday. He

brought

with him two beautiful

pelts

of the lobo wolf which

he turned

iu to County Clerk Kelley and will get

$20 for each scalp. After they had

ben

properly trimmed by Clerk Kelley Mr. Yaple sold

the

hides to Andy Gould

at

2 each.

Col.

J.

P.

Parker,

county

super-intendent

of schools, has received word from

Superintendent of

Pub-lic

Instruction

Clark,

that

nil the

attendants

to the county teachers'

examination

in thiB county were

successful and

that their

certificates

are

forthcoming. This is indeed a

most excellent record, one

that

i;--seldom

attained,

all of which is h

great

pleasure to Mr.

Clark,

Mr,

Parker

and

the

many

friends

oi Iho

applicants.

Word has reached here from

General

Supply

Company

in

SJerra

County

act relating to

the

collection of poll

tax. from

Palomas

bot

springs.

J.

M. WebBter

retained Friday

from a business

trip

to

Deming.

Billy Williams came up from Las

Palomas

the

early part

of the

Week.

E.

II.

JJickford and J . B. Nelson

drove ever from Lake Valley yes-terda- y.

Deputy Sheriff Tafoya is doing some good missionary work among

the night

hoodlums.

Jijhn Hyatt,

a well kuown

stock-man

south

of Lake Valley, is a

Hilleboro visitor

this week.

Miss

Mary Lynch, who has been

visiting her

sister,

Mrs.

S.

F.

Kel-ler, returned

to

Presoott

last

Satur-day.

Quite

a number of our local

hunters

took advantage of

the

lael

tlay of graoa and went quail hunt-Jas- f

Sunday.

Mr. and Mrp.

J.

J.

Tafoya, Mr. and Mrs. Neil

Sullivan

and Mies

Adolfo

Gutierrez,

of Lob Griegos,

lihtive village

three

miles north

DRY,

GOODS

of Albuquerque, uQ

returning

to

his homo

Thursday

right,

found

Romulo (iriego iu the house with

his wife. Seizing a heavy hoe, I

If

i!

Gutierrez

attacked both man and

woman,

fracturing

their skulls nud

mi

or

laying Gringo's head open. Gii-

-Ht-rmos- a

that

a

strike

of

eight

feel

ofgood

milling ore

whs recently

ma le in one of tho mines of the

Lake

Valley

and Hillsboro,

New Mexico

Cecil' and Mies

Lohta

'Alexander 11 o

p-44-- f 4 44

f4

44 44--f

f4444

44

riwarr--.

igo's left arm and Irg are pnralyz-- i

(I as the result of hit--

injuries,

and he and

the

worn? v,i!I ili !. Gmt-en-e-x, who wan

iirtrstea

fin 1 1-K tt

t Albuquerque, Bays Gricgo

ruin-ed his home and

that

he meant to

kill b..(h.

"It

Knocks

the

Itui."

It

may not cure all your ills, but it does cure one of the worst.

It

cures any form of itch ever known no

matter

what

its

called, where

the

senpation is

"itch," it

knocks it. Eoezma, ringworms, are cured by one box.

Its guaranteed,

and It's

nane

is

Hunt's

Cure.

For

sale at

the

Post Office

Drug

Store.

e)

nit

p

10

1

u

c

0

1

t

o e

.

3i

.Qcean.

.Wve

vMh)jn .cpjnroanj of

that

place. The body of orowi S

encountered

in some old working

unknown to

the

present owner3. Also

that the

mill is

running

bteml-il- y

and is

turning out

an excellent

grade

of

concentrates that

give

val-ues of 450 ounces silver, 15 per

cent

lead and $8.00 in

gold.

The

shaft

on

the

Antelope will be

ex-tended

50 feet deeper.

District

Attorney

II.

A. Wolford

returned

from

Las

Palomae

Mon-day where he went on

business.

While

there

Mr.

Wolford purchas-ed the two

story

hotel and

lot

be-longing

to

J.

W. Underwood,

con-sideration,

$1,000 cash.

This

deal

settles

the

attachment suit against

Mr. Underwood

and

bis stock of

goods has been

turned

over to

Jack

Bobbitt

to

settle

an account between them. The court will be

petitioned to immediately release

the attachment against

Mr.

Under-wood as

all

claims

against

him have been settled. Bruce Morgan

has

purchased Leandro Armijo's saloon business and

other

town

A;.?---.

led

tete

ittttifiiJ.

As a

result

of the

establishment

by eheepmen of a wool

boupo in Chicago, agents of

Bos-ton woolhansea are said to bo

scouring the west flDd endeavoring

tocontractfor

the wool to be

shear-ed next summer, before

the

grow-ers

have agreed to consign

their

clips to the Chicago warehouse, established for

the

purpose of

bucking the Boston wool

trust.

are attending

the feaet at Monti-cell-o. M. L. Kelley has opened his wood

yard

on the old jail premis-es.

He

is now prepared to

furnish

Ins

customers

with

all kinds

of wood.

On

Tuesday

the ground hog came

out,

saw hie shadow and

re-tired

to

his

den.

This

event is

said

to also indicate a

thrifty June

wedding

crop.

It.

M. JBarfoot, of

Arrey, visited

Hillsboro the

early

part

of the week. While here begave

out

the

importaut

information

that be

has

a well on

bis

place

that

has

water

in

it

.

Mr. Geo. Mocke

has

let a

con-tract

to sink

the

shaft on his

prop-erty

in

Mineral Valley

BOO feet

deeper.

The

shaft

is

now down

over 100 feet. Mr. Mocke is

look-ing for

lead.

Yesterday

was a

day

of all

sea-sons.

It

rained, it bailed and it snowed,

iiie

wind blew ttuu

it

o

bold and

it

was

warm,

and

there

were clouds and

there

was

sun-shine.

To-da-y is

bright

and clear

and the

snow-cla-d

range glistens

like unto

a bed of diamonds.

Recently

a scientific

writer

said

that

a

large

portion of

this

old globe would be

shaken

by

earth,

tjuake shocks

between the full

moon of

last

month and

the

full moon of

this

month.

If

the

quake

comes on schedule

time

there will

fce

somthing

doing

may

pronto.

(e

it

era

t

9ltec

W

cv

t

b

ifrc.

THE

H.

J.

JOESOfJ STOHE,

Lake

VaSIsy,

-

rjsvv

Ocico

i

Rest

and

Sleet--.

Few escape

thrna miseries of winter a borj

cold, a

distressing

couh.

Many

remedies are recommended, bnt the one quickeFt and beet of all is

Simmons' Cough Syrup.

Sooth-ing and healing to

the

lungs and bronchial passage?, it stops

the

cough

at

once nt.d gives you

wel-come reat nud ppaeeful sleep.

For

sale at

the

Post Office-

-Drug Store.

GREEN

ROOM

Call

at

I

EVA

C.

DISINCER'S

Jewelry Store

property tnere.

ivitb. tUary .rayue

has

sold a

valuable

town lot to

Frank

Worden.

Hon.

Frank

A. Blair,

of

St.

Louie, Mo.,

Prof.

Fayette

A.

Jones,

editor and geologist, of

A-lbuquerque, and Mr. Carter Comp-ton-,

of Las Crucee, arrived

here

on

Wednesday's coaoh.

Prof. Jones

is

here

in

the interest

of Mr. Blair

and

the

trio

left

yesterday

morn-ing

for the Placers

to

examine the

mines

known as

the

Andrews

Fine

Wine,

Liquors and Cigars.

Good Club Koom

I

(HIAH.

H

. M 13irEI'iS,

rropr

When YonWant

I

Watches,

Clocks,

S

Jewelry, Silverware,

I

Novelties

Eta,

Atthe Post Off ce

(5)

THE

PALACE,

IEKRA

Juttt Qpeaed. JKew and.Co;ijp!ete.

f

CfT'--

- lffj-

-ill

t!

COUNTY

incs,

Liquors

and

Cigars.

TOM MURPHY,

Pi-op-r.

NEW

MEXICO

TO

Pa-rlo-r

It

Situated

in

a

write

:i

letter to

Jones

YOU

a

siuieracnt

of

his

account.

The letter

should

be

in

purple

copying

ink,

the

statement

in black

record, the

credits

in

red.

The

KevTrl-Ckom- e

will do it all

with

one

ribbon

;

do

it quickly, neatly

and

correctly.

ThU roach luopormiu not onlytti vso of a

tb!.:or

ilbbon, but also

ofatwo-colo-r or iiiUn.i!oriiWon. Noextract forlibnwuiodci. The Smith PorytEn

Tvpewite.

CoMPtwr

Syracuse,

i.

V.

eiiii-tiflpi-

c

find

is

noted for

its

DANIEL TAPOYA

Proprietor.

Pool and BiliiaJs.

Hillsboro,

-

I.

Health, Wealth

and

Beauty

s

Mineral

Resources

AiMros: TOM

linn

om, Fit rro

ROSS.

C

Kiinge near .

FA

iSx

Ks:liJ'.;T IT10TJJ1fiT Oftl'

THE MOSTi

i:ntp..two orI'Dif'n-f-- !' T?:

no

'tfu

CANDY

f

CATHARTIO

f&Aura intern

urn

SELECTION.

FOR THE HOLIDAYS 1

IN TMF

CTV

I AH horses and mares branded

Ladder

on

right

thijh

.

All horses nud mnrns branclp. H

pre

Inexhauatlve

and

practically

unex-

-i'

plored

and

presents

. 1','

an

excellent

' ?

fielcf

.f

for

the

prospector

and

capitalist

Such

portions

of

the

'

mineral zones

.

that have

. ,.

f

'

- ;

f

been

unexplored

In

the

past

are

now

be-In-

$

opened

up

with

gratifying

results

and

rich

mines

are

being

developed

barge

reduction works

are

now

In

course

of

. .

ucmmEiNBms.

EAT

'EM

LIKE CANDY

od Ifft jtjoulcler. All

bows

and

25

STOCKTOM

ST.

OAA fftAfCSCO,

nares

branded

Jiamind

N on loft

ilioulder on high.

Iuct

puse to be

irandi'd as in cut.

irft:u:4i Rtxsit ro.nr'Rf, rimyo w wtw toitii

KEEP

YOUR BLQOD

GLFiH

H

W

ILL

YOU

FL

M

construction

and

capitalists

are

now

anxious

to

Invest

In

Sierra

County

t . '

IMInlpjft."-Cheap

trees,

grown

by

unskilled nurserymen, br'VUt you 'plant Stark Trees,

the

best trees that

mortem nursery science can produce

and

insure

yourself

oTiinhrv

iprouuciive anu proucaoie

orcnarur

.

"Stark

Trees arc the

Best

Trees

GroTm"

Ii the unanimous opinionof orchardists in all port of the country the thousands of letter in our files nrave h. Thla vrjir5

our i bettor than ever. Never before in our hiotorv of 84vcars

hve

enut in our oackintf homa cirh finn irr-- a u have come to usthii full fromour nine branch plants. These trou. are jtbsolutely dependable, quality tho.vory fine!; in fact, we challenge compnriuoa end competition. Stnrk Tree have been proven find tested for many year by wrvlistfdijta in tli

parte of the West and Southwest and our (rude iu that wondrous section isincrcaiing each season.

Stark

Delicious

Apple

Brings

50

More Than

Grimes

or Jonathan

in quruty, size ana color, ijciicious longafo proved ltseu tne queen ol all quality apples. rbis year haa seen its greatest

ilso

its

Rich

jUnes

gy1"7

or

H. WOODS CO., Commiwion Mercfcscto, Chicago.

"Laityrarwe aecuredone earofDeliciouf ind o!d them InChicago indlnrEutcn citiej t40X morethan other varjotiei we wore hniittu4 atthattime. Wc re eUia Dsrliciuu this yearatSOX more than Jonathan, Grime Golden, Home

Beauty, Alendr. etc. Wo have uni

Delioou tohe iuatvhntvartlculnr poople wantinafine taMe apple,it being neither too tweet nor too asm,a kje looker, andbaa

keeiiinj qualities. .Delickmaahould head theHatot all fine npplea." Sitned.C W. Wilmoroth, Treasurer.

Can You Afford to

be

Without

an

Apple Making Such

a

Record?

ityouhave never seenorUiste.1 this variety, wewill gladly end you a box containing three specimens if you will pay (he

ex-press charges. We makeno charge for tho fruit. After you have received theapples, retain the receipt youSetfrom the express' wumimiiy.. u unu wo mtqii nas turn iiiulu tBbii un wc nrsiuruer tor trees you scnu in. tcisoner lor tree soeciissns is alko ood

,!..

i.i.

.. r: c . i

ot.

i . r., . .

iui iuiuui wui uiiici icoueii , oiauinii vtincfts, onmiuf, uiatt dcu, opiiaeHDurg eic,, etc., 68long S IHO Supply H6'i,

Other

Stark Leaders

for

Western Planters

aou,

silver,

tmm

LEAD,

mm

AND

ZINC

Besides Delicious, our varieties1

i.:i

. : - uch

a..:.

asIKinguDcvi id, Senator,Stayman r?nWineap,. i irBlack Ben,i etc.,! are makingT?"fiood... evervwhew

anu iiMumauuiug uiucsi

pii.c.

muii, livvcii, LiKvy vjiHig, ruwiuru, ciuoria sua luiimmci pcacn are extra one this yecr tree are the finest we have ever ton. In Apricot, such sort as Royal, Blenheim and Tilton are extra choice. Rsrtlett, Cornice, Raster Beurre pear, etc., arc excellent: in foct ourwhole line of general nursery ttock is raoul comnlfnur 1 celled. The prices are

riht

to--. And remember that every Stark Tree ha our reputation of84

years behind if

Trtint

V

lilt

'V

PCriection lni year. Theaeaaon haa been favorable to arowih and vitu. R

V, resuit. Ourstock include all afandard varieties at well aa tho S'ark Leader aa Eclipse. Moor Larly Worden

Wilder, Banner, Diamond, Niajnra, Lutse, Lindley, Norton, Gyattuaaa, etc.,etc. Our Goo ie.betry and Gunast arc aliocrown at ourPortimd unurJl

"you will findthemthe beat that moneywill buy.

Here

is

What Your Fellow Orchardists

Say

About

Stark Trees

"Delicious appleisasurprise tome; 'the proofofthe puddinl isthe eatliyt.' There are thousand of acres of poor varieties act out la thk

valley, and theywill find itout afew years hence." A. R.Teeole, Charea Co.,New Mexico.

ibeluiio treeayou aent me were verytine. Jonathan, verynie. even trowth; Grimes aad Kioi Dvid. the bestlot oftree I havoover oiant.

ed, without eiception ali are livin.. Hon. Parker Earie, 't Am. Poraolofical Society, Chaves Co., NewMexico.

I received your tree infood shape,and it isthefinest lot oftree Ihave everace. JuRuc Wctlenbauaen, Cochise Co., ArUona,

Trees obtained of yoohave been true toname, allhave frown and Jooe well. H.SGilbert, Humboldt Co.,Nevada.

Bonfht tree of yonfour year Up and amwell pleased. I have tl.i'Veit orchard in the neighborhood. Of th 276tree I koorfbt Uat wtnuw

thro died, therest Join nee. Were onthe road31dsya aad1aevesuwtree in better condition, J. D. Urban, StooewsJICo.. TexaaT

ts

Cattle

Ranges

(Inn.

Y

Ptlf

PlfAS

The exiwknce ofthe mosl successful orchardists everywhere,

epcilly

in the weart.

-

-

j.,..

..wv,

..v

i.v

u.u.vi

.ut miv snor?) suapuitHe, HelRj.

ier. make Quicker and stronger Growth, come into heanno vrmnrvr anri am ih

mrt

nrr,l;fi.--

nvi...

;t

.

creasing demand torone-ye-ar

trees, we are clearing millions enchseaonnd this veor afiner lot oftree were never do from th nursery row. Clean, straight, well-roote-d, these; troes form the best fcsis forthe ideal commercial orchard.

SendusyourUatof wsota.

We

Pay Freight

and

Guarantee

Safe

Delivery

We aibo box ind pack freeand these point couplt with

tie

fr

thar wc have fastdailyrefrigerator freight

trrioo

More the buyer thathi tree will reach him in Ike same Cno coudirlon in which theyleft

u.

'

are

uncqualcd.

They

are the

natural

home

of

all

range

stock

Cattle.

Horses,

Sheep

and

Goats

thrive

vigorously

ghpoughout

tho year

It you do not know Stark Trees, write today for our

oatsi.;

ocd

rra

!tSij tUo for our Dtliciou Booklet new

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