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6l;c Socorro (fljicfloiu.
bacchi ha comprado á D. Watel-
ett un buen pedazo de terreno al
sur de su residencia en la Avenida
Doña Ysabelita, esposa de Don
Andrés Romero de Peralta, está
de visita cou sus padres, Don
Los ejercicios de Semana Santa
en la iglesia Católica fueron
muy impresivosy nemorosamente
concurridos por Católicos de esta
y vecinas plazas.
No podemos todavía saber cual
sea el resultado de la elección de
cuidad, por depender eso de
cuestiones legales que esperan la
determinación de las cortes.
La Comisión de Condado tuvo
sesión durante la semana con solo
dos miembros. Sentimos que
Lon Carpió Padilla esté tan en
fermo que no puede atender a las
Llegó aquí el miércoles un in
spector del gobierno examinando
las mantequillas que se venden
en este mercado. Creemos que
todos nuestros comerciantes sal
El Intendente Ambulante,
Señor Charles V. Safford, cuyo
destino fué creado por la última
Asamblea, estuvo aqui el miér
coles examinando las oficinas de
condado. Cumplimentó alta
mente la manera metódica y tan
arreglada en que el Asesor Don
Se necesitan un gran numero de
hombres, mujeres, niílos para entre-
sacer, desenyerbar, escardar, y cosechar
betabeles en Rocky Ford y vicindad.
Familias cspecialment hallarán em
Todas estaciones endonde esta ayuda
es requerida están locadas en el ferro
carril del Atchison, lopeka y Santa
Fe entro Fowler, La Junta, y Holly,
Trabajo en los campos de betabel dura
desde el primero de Mazo hasta el
último de Julio y entonces una oper
tunidad para empleos en los campos de
zacate y melones.
El tiempo de cosechar el betabel
desde á mediados de Setiembre hasta
fines de Noviembre.
Los hacendados generalmente paan
15 centavos por hora, pero el trabajo
usualmente se contrata por el acre tan
pronto como el trabajo es experimen
tado. Las personas industriosas gen
eralmente pretieren contratarse por el
acre como entonces ellos ganan más
Personas responsables se necesitan
como mayordomos para tomar cargo
de partidas y arreglar casas de hospicio,
como los hacendados no están en posi
ción de hospiciar partidas grandes.
Para más información diríjanse á
Amxhican Bkht Sugar Comvanv,
Rocky Ford, Colorado. 5 01-' HOME INTEREST.
Lccson has sonic of his fine
stock of Kaster goods left.
Hon. Elfe r:o Baca is in the City
of Mexico on professional busi
ness. Goods bought 'at A. Winkler's
re delivered free in any part of
Max. II. Montoya of San An
tonio was a ifuest a tnc Windsor
Crushed fruits and soda, ice
cream and soda, every day in the
week at Winkler's.
Hon. Solomon Luna of Los
Lunas was in the city a short
time Tuesday morning.
Max II. Fitch of Magdalena
was among the visitors in Socor
ro three or four days this week.
Jailer Hob Lewis is wearing a
nappy smile. Mrs. Lewis and
the children have arrived from
A. II. Hilton and wife, and K.
Vw. Hills, all of San Antonio,
were among the visitors in So
Don Luciano Chavct, the well
known merchant of Polvadera,
was in Socorro Monday on
Mrs. A. F. Katzenstein and
little son Freddie left Monday
morning for Cat Mountain to
visit Mrs. Tabacchi.
Charles Sperling, now connect
ed with the John liecker mercan
tile company of Helen, sjvnt
Sunday at his home iny,Vis city.
Mrs. Jos. Price, Went to Albu
querque Thurviay morning to
visit her daughter Mrs. Leon II..
Stern and other relatives and
' W. W. Jones, county surveyor,
was in town Wednesday. Mr.
Jones expected to be engaged in
'official duties for several days at
Otis Gardiner went out to his
home near Magdalena tcday for
a visit of a day or two. He will
resume his work at the School of
1. C. Bell, who recently sold
his interest in the iron mines east
'of San Antonio for a good round
sum, was in town yesterday on
liis way north on mining business.
W. A. Richardson of Magda
lena visited friends in Socorro
Sunday. Mr. Richardson occu
pies a responsible position with
the firm of Becker-Ulackwell &
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Griffith
left this morning, accompanied
by Doctor Swisher, for Kl Paso,
where Mrs. Grifiith will enter a
hospital for special attendance
Mrs. L. B. O'Gara and little
daughter Lorcna left for El Paso
rr i . m
i nursuay morning, wnere iney
will he joined in a tew days by
Mrs. J. J. Lceson, who goes there
for medical treatment.
The Palm Sunday parade last
Sunday was, as usual, imposing
and attracted a good many spec
tators. The band concert in the
plaza in the afternoon afforded
pleasure to a large assembly.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bement ar
rived in Socorro Thursday morn
ing from Torre Haute, Indiana,
and are now the guests of Capt.
and Mrs. A. B. Fitch and family
at their home near Magdalena.
John J. Spier, an old-time
resident of Socorro, was in the
city yesterday greeting his many
friends. Since leaving Socorro
Mr. Spier has been in El Paso
and, report has it, has done well.
T. S. Austin, formerly super
intendent of the Socorro smelter
and now occupying the same po
sition at the El Paso smelter, ar
rived in town yesterday morning
and spent the day renewing old
C. T. Brown, who returned
Wednesday from a trip to the
Black Range, reported that seven
horses ttelonging to the S S
outfit were drowned Sunday
while . being- taken across the
river near Engle.
The boys composing the base
ball nine known as the Socorro
Kids came out in their new gray
suits yeiterdav. The suits arn
brautiea and will strike enrr to
the heart of any nine that they
ioay meet in the arena.
Rev. Joseph McConnell is meet
ing with excellent success in his
rúuris to raise money to build
i hin ches at l)uyla-- and Bistre.
vAnin:i, tthero )c is iiyw .sta
tioned. Mr. McConnell seems to
have talent for that kind of
Mrs. Ada Morley arrived in
Socorro Saturday morning with
her two daughters, Mesdames
Cleveland and Warren of Califor
nia. Mrs. Morley went to Albu
querque to meet her daughters,
who will spend the summer at
the Morley ranch near Datil.
Doctor Kittrcll has had the
cast and west approaches to the
park improved by means of adobe
soil mixed with the sand to form
walks across the streets. This
is an improvement that, like oth
ers in and about the park, will
be much appreciated by the pub
lic. S. T. Reynolds has purchased
a large tract of land near Las
Cruces which he will devote to
alfalfa. During his residence of
a year in Socorro Mr. Reynolds
has made many friends, all of
whom will be sorry that he did
not find it to his advantage to
Chase Safford, the newly ap
pointed traveling auditor for
New Mexico, was in Socorro on
official business Wednesday. He
found everything in the oflice of
the county treasurer, as conduct
ed by the present efficient in
cumbent, in a perfectly satisfac
A. E. Rouiller of Paraje was
in the city yesterday in attend
ance upon the first meeting 0f
the board of trustees of the
School of Mines since his recent
appointment ava member of th;. t
body. As Mr. Rouiller is a suc
cessful business men it is safe to
predict that he will render valu
able service as a member of the
W. A. Lane and his brother
Andrew Lane of Dresden, Cana
da, have bought the Hilton ranch
about a mile north of the
Santa Fe depot and will engage
in the raising of poultry and
vegetables. In view of the fact
that much of those products con
sumed in Socorro are brought
from Kansas, it would seem that
Messrs. Lane have availed them
selves of an excellent opportuni-
SCHOOL OF MINES.
RU-st Gladly Complied With.
R. C. Patterson, who recently
bought 200 acres of land near
Polvadera. writes the Chieftain
a letter of. such a character as
always delights the heart of an
editor. Mr. Patterson is an old
and respected citizen of Socorro
county, and the only regret that
the people of Socorro feel is that
he did not come nearer to the
county seat. Following is the
Polvedara, N. M., Apr. 7, 1903,
Pub. Socorro Chieftain,
Socorro, N. M.
Please send me the Chieftain
one year to Polvedara, N. M.;
and be sure you have the spelling
of I'. U. as above, which is ac
cording to the Post Office Guide,
Polvadera is not correct. En
closed find two iron dollars to
pay for wear and tear. I am lo
cated here, where a man can live
under his own vine and cotton
wood tree and grow fat on alfal
fa, providing he has a good
pumping plant. Cjuin sabe?
R. C. Pattekson.
We offer one hundred dollars
reward for any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J.ChenkyA Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe hiui per
fectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligations
made by the firm.
Wi:st & Tkaux, wholesale drug
gists, Toledo, O.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
wholesale druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous serfaces of
the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 75c. per lottle.
Sold 1t all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the
Ileitis oí Intere-d for the Week Con
errnlntc This Tlirlilng TerrUorlal
The library has just received a
very valuable and much needed
acquisition in the way of a new
set of the Century Dictionary, in
10 large volumes. These are
beautifully bound in Morocco
leather. They are arranged in
a special library case and table
of polished antique oak.
The class in University Alge
bra is meeting at 8 o'clock these
fine spring mornings. Profes
sor Atkinson appears to enjoy
early rising, and it is a well
known fact that the members of
the class are delighted to get
ahead of the other 6tudents.
During the past few weeks,
Prof. F. C. Lincoln has been
keeping the assay furnaces con
stantly going. Among the more
notable assays of ores made is a
series from the San Pedro dis
trict which show 135 ozs. gold to
the ton, and some silver ores
from the Black Range with over
38(H) ozs. to the ton.
At a recent meeting of the So
corro city council, resolutions
were adopted for the purpose of
condemning certain properties
held by outside persons who have
never shown any interest in ad
vancir the material interests of
Socorro, in order to enable cer
tain streets to be straightened for
a new driveway to the School of
Mines. City Engineer Smith has
already made the surveys and es
tablished a route of easy grades.
When opened, this thoroughfare
will make one of the finest resi
dence streets in the southwest.
"The eminent educational au
thority, Dr. C. H. Gordon, form
erly of Chicago University, says,
in a recent letter to President
Keyes, that "The advance sheets
of the Annual Register of the
New Mexico School of Mines
have been received and make an
admirable showing. It seems to
me you have outlined the best
courses of study for such an in
stitution I have ever seen. New
Mexico certainly offers exception
al opportunities for work along
the lines you have laid down,"
This week the class in survey
ing begins its practice in tri
angularon measurements. A
precise base-line half a mile long
was established along the street
in front of the campus and from
this angles were constructed for
a number of prominent places in
the surrounding country within
radii of 10 miles. Among some of
the principal points thus exactly
located were the Church of San
Miguel, the Court House, the
Rio Grande Smelting Works,
Palisade Peak above Blue Can von
in the Socorro range, the Protest
ant cemetery, and other places
on the intervening mesa.
A systematic plan has been
begun to improve and beautify
the campus of the School of
Mines. Already some of the
driveways have been finished by
having trees set out on each side
The front campus has been
planted in alfalfa and other
grasses. As soon as the new
avenue to the School is set to
grade it is proposed to line it
with Lorabardy poplars. Dr.
Saylcrand other property owners
on the cast side of the avenue op
nosite the campus promise to
likewise improve in front ot their
The class in mining engineer
ing has completed its work of
surveying the mines in rwcorro
mountains. A large variety of
problems is there presented,
which furnishes work illustrating
many of the most important
principles. The work of plot
ting the surveys will continue
Professor Smith, who has the
class in charge, will next move
the party to the Magdalena dis
trict, where another kind of work
and a wealth of problems arc to
be found. I he coal mines at
San Antonio and at Los Cerrillos
will be visited later in th; ses
sion. Altogether, the mine sur
veying work of this year has
been the most practical and ex
tensive yet accomplished by the
students of tne bchool.
W. II. Hill and F. Fischer have
bought A. S. Potter's market
and will conduct the business at
the old stand under the firm
name of Hill & Fischer.
A. Winkler has bought A.
V. Katxcnstein's stock of con
fectionery and stationery and ban
moved it to his place of business
tn the south side of the plaza.
Mr. Katzenstein will contiuue to
oprat his bottling works and
will ke p on hand a general stock
of miiK-rul wuliTi.
Uood Fur I'lilldrrn.
The pleasant to take and harm
less One Minute Cough Cure
gives immediate relief in all
cases of cough, croup and la
grippe because it does not pass
immediately into the stomach.
but takes effect right at the scat
of the trouble. It draws out the
inflammation, heals and soothes
and cures permanently by en
aiding the lungs to contribute
pure life-giving and life-sustain
ing oxygen to the blood and tis
sues. A. E. Howell.
Five tons of alfalfa for sale by
M. A. Say lc r.
A Sweet Rrenth
is a never failing sign of a
healthy stomach. When the
breath is bad the stomach is out
of order. There is no remedy in
the world equal to Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure for curing indiges
tion, dyspepsia and all stomach
disorder. Mrs. Mary S. Crick,
of White Plains, Ky., writes:
1 have been a dyspeptic for
years tried all kinds of reme
dies but continued to grow worse.
By the use of Kodol I bcean to
improve at once and after taking
a few bottles am fully restored
in weight, health and strength
and can eat whatever I like.
Kodol digests what you eat and
makes the stomach sweet. A. E.
Nuestro amigo Domenico Ta
Juan José Baca y Doña Francis-quita.
Benjamin Sanchez lleva sus
Are You Well Dressed?
Trabajo en (ampos de Betabeles Rocky
In the District Court of the Fifth
Judicial District of the Territory of
New Mexico, within and for the county
Thomas Dickie & H. E. 1
and forming a Co-partner-
ship, styled Dickie A
vs. No. 4029.
Ross W. Thomas.
The above named defendant is here
by notified that a suit has been com
menced against him in said District
Court, within and for said Socorro
county, by the above named Plaintiffs,
to obtain a judgement in the sum of
One Hundred and Thirty-nine and
9H-100 Dollars, together with interest
and cost of suit, for goods, wares and
merchandise furnished defendaut by
plaintiffs at defendant's request on the
second day of April, A. D. 1901, and
That a writ of attachment has been
issued and all the right, title and inter
est of the said defendant in and to the
following described real estate has
been attached thereunder, to-wit: An
undivided one-fourth interest in and to
that certain mining claim known as
the Deadwood Mining Claim, situated
in the Cooney Mining District, Socorro
county. New Mexico, the location set
ting forth in detail the description
thereof being recorded in look 10, page
247, and amended locution notice there
of being recorded in said book 10, page
5V3, of the records in the Recorder's
office of Socorro county. New Mexico.
And that unless the said defendaut
enters his appearance in the said cause
on or before the 19th day of May, A. D.
1903, judgment will I! entered ugaitnt
ti i tit by default and said attached prop
erty will le sold tit satisfy the same.
John H. CIhiitith,
t'lck of said District Court.
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EVERYONE LIKES TO
GO WELL DRESSED
For the few who can afford to pay high prices for their
clothes, the question of upparcl is an easy one; but to the
majority who desire to
Dross Well at Modorato Cost
the matter is a vexatious one. From date Until My I, 1903,
I offer the following
24 " " 19 50 " ,r
36 " " 18 75 "
26 " " 18 00 "
39 " " 16 50 4
47 " " 15 00
22 " " 14 50
29 ' ' 12 50
12 " " 1 100 M
9 " ' 10 OO "
18 " " 9 00 -
Can you afford not to go well dressed at the above un
heard of prices? Come and look these patterns over. It will
pay you. If vou are looking for something better I can please
you. Over 500 Different Patterns to choose from. I also carry
- 300 Patterns for Ladies' Skirts,
Be sure and see the entire line. Chic and fashionable de
signs. All of my ladies' garments are strictly man-tailored
and to Individual Measurement.
Nut lee of Sale.
Whkrkas, on the 16th day of March,
A. D. 1903, an order was entered in the
District Court of the Fifth Judicial
District of the Territory of New Mex
ico, within and for the county of So
corro, in case No. 4.02J, wherein Robert
Haunigan was plaintilT and Robert II.
Hollimau and Lillian Holliman were
defendants, wherein among other i
things it was found that there was due
to the plaintiff from the said defend
ant, Robert Ii. Holliman, the sum of
forty-nine hundred and eighty-eight
dollars, principal, interest and at
torney's fees, upon a certain prom
issory note and mortgage therein set
forth and described. And it was
therein decreed that the equity of re
demption of the defendants, Robert H.
Holliman and Lillian Holliman, his
wife, and each of them, and all per
sons claiming through them, or under
them, or any of them, in and to the
said mortgage property which is
described as follows:
All those certain neat cattle, con
sisting of bulls, cows, steers, calves,
heifers, yearlings of whatsoever kind
or nature in the following brands:
The XV, XfX. the k, the K4, and 4 on
jaws, 4 on side, and on hip, known as
the "three four" brand, also the Yj?
brand, the said brand being on both
sides, and the increase thereof, it be
ing intended to cover all of the said
cattle in the said brands or any of the
said brands. Also four horses, three
burros, more or less in the X V brand,
being intended to cover all of the
horses in said brand; be forever
barred and foreclosed. And whereas
it was further adjudged that all of the
said mortgage property, or so much
thereof as might be necessary to raise
the said amount of principal and in
terest due to plaintiff, including the
costs accrued and to be incurred in the
said cause and in the expense of
making such sale, should be sold by
the undersigned, who was therein ap
pointed for that purpose, at public
auction at the front door of the court
house, in the city of Socorro, county
of .Socorro, Territory of New Mexico,
to the highest bidder for cash, first
having given notice of such sale in the
manner provided in the said decree.
That the said sale was directed to be
made without attempting to gather
and round-tip the said cattle, but pro
vided that all of the cattle in the said
brands shou'd be sold on the range, or
so many thereof as might be necessary
to pay off and discharge the said in
debtedness. Now, therefore, I, the undersigned,
do hereby give notice that I will on
the 28th of April, A. D. 1903, at the
front door of the court house in the
city of Socorro, county of Socorro,
Territory of New Mexico, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of the said day offer for sale and
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash all of the said mort
gage property, without round-up or
gathering the same, or so much thereof
as may te necessary to pay the said
amount found due from the defendant,
Robert H. Holliman, to the plaintiff,
together with interest and costs, in
cluding costs of sale, and that I will
execute proper bills of sale or other
evidence of title to the purchaser or
purchasers, at such sale in accordance
with the terms of the said decree.
Special Master to make the said sale.
Dated Socorro, N. M., March 24th,
A. D. lfJ03.
day of March, 1 003, and the dav of th
proving of said alleged last will and
testament was by the order of th
Judge of said court thereupon fixed
for Monday, the 4th day of May, A.
D. 1003, the same being a day of the
regular term of said court, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day.
(iiven under my hand and the seal
of said court this 10th dav of March,
1003. a A. Pino,
Seal) Probate Clerk.
By C. Mir. ra.
In the Probate Court of Soewrro Countr.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned was on the 6th day of April.
A. D. 1903, by the Probate Court of
Socorro County, appointed Administra
tor of the estate of George Adam Farr,
deceased, and all persons having claims
against said estate of aaid decedent
are required to present same within
the time prescribed by law tothe under
signed Administrator at his office in
the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Administrator of the estate
of Judah R. Foster, deceased, will
make final report of the affairs of said
estate on the first Monday of May,
1003, and ask the Hon- Probate Judge
to discharge him as Administrator of
said estate. All persons having un
allowed claims against said estate must
begin suit on them before said first
Monday of May, 1903, or be forever
C. H. Kirkpatkick,
Last will and testament of Alfred E.
To Phcbe II. Howell, devisee, and
executrix of said alleged last will and
testament, and to all whom it may
You are hereby notified, that the
aleged last will and testament of
Alfred 12. Howell, late of the county
of Socorro, and territory of New Mex
ico, deceased, has been prxtuced and
read in the Probate Court of the county
of Socorro, territory of New Mexico, at
a rutilar t -rut thtfref h' ltl on the 2nd.
NEAT AND CLEAN
THE MEATS WE CA"RRn
are the best that can be pro
cured. They are the finest
results from carefully raised
stock well handled in butch
ering. PERFECTLY ' SERVED
so that there is never any
difficulty in getting a nice
roast or steak whenever you
HILL & FISCHER,
East' Side of Plaza.
2S5 Sale Stable.
COAL. CEMENT, LIME,
HAY, AND GRAIN.
May & Yunker,
Successors to C. T. Thrown.