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Grabiel Pino, Fred Vasick, at
Precinct 3b Leopoldo Contre
ras, Pedro S. Contreras, Tomas
Tafoya y C, at Leopoldo Contre Sljc Socorro (íljicftam.
JUDGES OF ELECTION
The Board of County Commissioners
Hold a Special Session to Re
vise the Former Llt.
The board of county commis
sioners held a sjH-cial meeting in
this citv Monday, (Xtoler31, for
the purpose of appointing judges
of election. President John (Ireen
wald and commissioner Carpió
1'adilla were present. The Chief
tain has already published the
former list but the revised list
now stands as follows:
Precinct l1 Kichardson Stack
pole, Joe. K. Smith, Pedro Tor
res, at Ksijuipula Pino's house.
Precinct 2 Hilario (ionzales,
Ignacio Santillanes, Dario Gonza
les, at school house.
Pcecinct 3 Antonio Jose Luna,
Jesus Contreras, liautista Peral
ta, at school house.
Precinct 4 Roman Barreras,
Gregorio A bey ta, Oscar Liffe ring,
at Koman IJarrera's house.
lVecinct 5 -Silvestre Ksuelxl,
Luis Tafoya. Santos Daca, at
Precinct ( A. S. Moges, A, C.
Mills, J. (). Nabours.
Precinct 7 Lauro A. Kamirez,
Vicente C. Pino, Felipe Moreno,
at school house.
Precinct 8 Jose Gonzales y
Jojola, Estanislao Haca, Miguel
Padilla, at Jose Gonzales house.
Precinct ' -Ismael Serna,
Adolfo (onzales, John Koullier,
at Ismael Serna's house.
Precinct 10-Geo. W. Kowe,
William Anderson, F. F. Cooney,
at Maurice Coats' house.
Precinct 11 Daniel de Padilla,
Teleffor Montoya, Nicolas Padi
lla, at J. II. McGee's house.
Precinct 12 II. A. Hachvogel,
J. S. Mactavish, Perfirio Sanchez,
at II. A. DrachvogiTs house.
Precinct U -C. L. Halley, C.
E. Mead, J. E. Nichols, at A.
Precinct 14 -Abran Gonzales,
Juan II. Trujillo, Elíseo Barre
ras, at Montoya Ac Harrera's house.
Precinct 15 Apolonio Valles,
Sosteno Jojola, Ignacio Montoya,
at Francisco Aragon's house.
Precinct líe Clemente Chavez,
Gerónimo Chaves, Vicente Armi
jo, at Clemente Chaves' house.
Precinct 17 Asencion Barre
ras, David Giron, VictorRome.ro,
at school house.
Precinct 18 Abran Albares,
Nathan Hall, John Dale, at store
Precinct l'J-J. W. Cox, Chas.
B. Adams, Tom Tucker, at Fred
Precinct 20- II. M. Ward,
Charles Clark, John Ia-wís, at S.
lrecinct 21 Antonio Jaramillo,
Faustin Gonzales. Higinio Mon
toya, at school house.
Precinct 22 -Thomas J. Potter,
A. B. Banta, Ainado Aragón, at
Thos. J.Potter's house.
Precinct 23- J. E. E. Baca.
Jose Márquez, Filomeno Liez,
at J. E. E. Baca's house.
Precinct 24-P. N. Yunker, H.
J. Borden, J. H. Hilton, atH.G.
Precinct 25 -Nestor Saavedra,
B. C. Montoya, Ambrosio Home
ro, at B. C. Sloiitoya's house.
Irecinct 2' -Celso Garcia, Jose
Saavedra, Thos. Hill, at Spencer
Precinct 27 Abel Chaves,
Frank Borncastte, Serafín Go
mez, at Donaciano Apodaca's
Precinct 2 Flabio Chaves,
Felipe Zimmerman's house.
Precinct 30 Felipe Lopez,
Felix Olguin, Manuel Gonzales,
at Felipe Lopez' house.
Precinct 31 Clemente Armijo,
Abran Barela, Jose Maria San
chez, at Abran Barela's house.
Precinct 32-Jose Maria Mad
rid. Candelario Chaves, Jose Ma
Baca v Pino, at Jose Madrid's
Precinct 34J. P. Colbert, P. S
Higgins, John Airead, at J. P
Precinct 35 H. E. Crawford,
Albert G. Cook, J. H. Johnston,
at H. E. Crawford's house.
lrecinct 37 C. N. Adair, John
Card, Ale Adair,.at C. N. Adair's
Precinct 38 Frank F. Smith,
Will Dodds, B. F. Cox, at Frank
F. Smith's house.
Precinct 3 Jose Mauricio
Sanchez, Ponce Garcia, Santos
Ulibarri. at Jose Mauricio San-
Precinct 40 Climaco Armijo,
Asencion Gallegos, Juan Sanchez,
at Pedro Armijo's house.
Precinct 41 Juan Jose Carri
llo, Juan Benavidez. Pedro Pino,
at Juan Jose Carrillo' house.
Precinct 43 Dario Silva, Mi
guel Martinez, Manuel Macen.
Precinct 44 August Kiehne,
Manfor Homero, Joe Russell, at
Precinct 45 J. W. Richardson,
W. G. Milligan, W. II. Martin.
The txard adjourned to meet
at next regular term, or at the
call of the chairman.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this pajn-r will
K pleased to learn that there is
at least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that iscatarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
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medical fraternity. Catarrh cure
Uing a constitutional disease,
requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the
disease, anil giving the patient
strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work. The proprie
tors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they otTer
one hundred dollars for anv case
that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Chknky & Co
Sold bv druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
The crown of all expositions
for live-stock purposes is the
great "International." It will be
held at Union Stock Yards, Chi
cago, Novemln r 2dth to December
Of course you will plan to at
$45.50 there and back via the
Santa Fe. Ask Titos. JAyui-s,
Mothers Praise It.
Mothers everywhere praise One
Minute Cough Cure for the suffer
ings it has relieved and the lives
of their little ones it has saved.
A certain cure for coughs, croup
and whooping cough. A. L.
Spafford, Postmaster of Chester,
Mich., says: "Our little girl was
unconscious from strangulation
during sudden and terrible at
tack of croup. One Minute Cough
Cure quickly relieved and cured
her. I cannot praise it too highly."
One Minute Cough Cure relieves
coughs, makes . breathing easy,
cuts out phlegm, draws out
inflammation, and removes every
cause of a cough and strain on
lungs. Sold by Socorro Drug and
Fullerton for Assossor.
John F. Fullerton is conscien
tious. He knows Socorro county
well. lie will make a good
sessor. ote tor nun.
OP HOME INTEREST.
Fresh vegetables at Winkler's.
Mrs. Jos. Price is visiting rel
atives in Albuquerque.
.Postmaster Kittrell went out
to Magdalena this morning.
Furnished rooms at Winkler's.
New phone numbers: Demo
cratic headquarters, 79; R. P.
President Keyes of the School
of Mines is in the east on a visit
of two weeks.
Several of the democratic cam
paigners boarded the Magdalena
train this morning.
W. A. Lane returned'yesterday
morning from a three months
visit in Canada.
Miss Byerts returned Monday
from an extended visit east,
including the world' fair.
Mrs. Nancy Smith has return
ed from a visit of three months
with relatives and friends in New
Sam'l Locke came down from
Magdalena and received a warm
greeting from his many Socorro
Mrs. Herrick exacts to leave
in a few days to join hef daugh
ters who are attending school in
Chas. Russell asks that his
Chieftain address be changed
from La Cananea, Sonora, Mexi
co, to Douglas, Arizona, where
he now holds a lucrative position
in the smelter.
Leeson is tilling his large
store room with one of the finest
stocks of holiday goods ever
brought to Socorro. Two car
loads arrived last week and there
is more to follow.
Dr: C. E. Magnusson, professor
of physics at the School of Mines
last year, resigned his position a
few days ago to accept a more
desirable iosition in the Universi
ty of the state of Washington at
Miss Estelle Greenwald will
return home soon from Kansas
City, where she has been attend
ing school for the last two years.
Miss Estelle is having trouble
with her eyes that compels her
to abandon study.
C. T. Brown and Doctor Gordon
returned Monday from a visit to
the mines of the Magdalena dis
trict. They were accompanied on
the trip by Messrs. Ilines, Case,
Crowley, Curry, and Hunt,
students at School of Mines.
National Irrigation Congress.
El Paso Nov. 15-18, l')04.
Tickets on sale Nov. 12, 13, and
14 at $7.45 for the round trip.
Return limit, Nov. 22. Tickets
extended 30 days on payment of
Santa Fe Agt.
Henry Dreyfus for Probate Judge.
Henry Dreyfus has had experi
ence that fits him for the duties
of Probate Judge. He is popular.
Vote for him.
Notice of 1'lllnir Final Account.
Notice i hereby given that the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of James 11. Hill, deceased, has tiled
his final account as such administra
tor in the Probate Court of Socorro
county, New Mexico, and that said
court has anpoint.'d Monday, the 14th
day of NovetnlxT, l'K)4, at the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon, as the
time and the Probate Clerk's otlice in
the town of Socorro, New Mexico, as
the place for hearing said tiual ac
count and settlement of the same
All persons interested in said estate
arc hereby nutihcd to present tneir oi
jection, if any, to said tiual account at
saul tune anil place.
Sl-KNCKK I. llll.l.
Adminis'.rator of the estate of James
M. Hill, deceased.
awarded a gold medal for the
lest assortment of minerals.
The award, according to Mr.
Jones, means much for the min
ing interests of the territory.
Santa Fe New Mexican.
Jose E. Toires for Treaourer.
Jose E. Torres has served in
several public capacities, and his
integrity has not been question
ed. He will make a competent
Every Broad-Minded Citizen
Should plan to patronize the
International Live Stock Exposi
tion at Chicago, Novemlxr 2(th
to December 3rd.
It stands for growth and ex
pansion in live-stock production.
Of course you are going!
Low rates via the Santa Fe.
Ask Thos. Jaques, Agent.
J. A. Torre for Superintendent.
Jose Antonio Torres is highly
respected by all who know him.
He sneaks both English and
Spanish. Vote for him for
Superintendent of .Schools.
The Great Cattle Exhibit
At Union Stock Yards, Chicago,
November 26th to DecemlnT 3rd,
is an event that should not be
missed. The aristoracv of the
bovine kingdom will be there.
Attend the "International" by
Via the S nta Fe only $45.50
for round trip Ask Thos. Jaques,
Vote for Andrews.
Vote for Hon. William II. An
drews. As a private citizen hi
has done much for New Mexico
As a public servant he will do
Chicago Live Stock Show.
Every stockman needs th
inspiration and benefit of the
International Live Stock Exhibi
Arrange your plans to include
a trip to Chicago for tins event,
November 26th to Decerning 3rd.
Round trio rate via the Santa
Fe $45.50. Ask Thos. Jaques,
H. Ii. Brown for Surveyor.
II. L. Brown is a student at
the School of Mines in a course
that qualifies him for Surveyor
Vote for him.
A fog, one of the rarest pho-
nomena witnin me memory oi
Socorro's oldest inhabitant, en
veloped the city this morning.
It was very noticeable that as
soon as the democratic campaign-
rs left town the weather clear
ed up and the day was as beauti
ful as could be wished.
Adolf Laffont, son of Mrs. D.
Wattelet, came up Friday morn
ing from El Paso to attend the
funeral of his step-lather, D.
Wattelet. Mr. Laffont was
warmly welcomed by the few of
his many old time . friends still
remaining in Socorro who would
fain have retained him longer,
but on account of business he re
turned to his home Sunday
John Greenwald received a
telegram Wednesday evening
announcing the death of Mrs.
Emily Dorsey, wife of Thos.
Dorsey, of typhoid fever at Hotel
Dieu, El Paso. Mr. and Mrs.
Dorsey and family were formerly
highly respected citizens of So
corro. The family will have the
keen sympathy of a large circle
of friends here in their sore
Deputy United States Marshal
Cipriano Baca has returned from
Washington, D. C, where he and
Deputy United States Marshal
George Kaseman accompanied
Robert W. Griffin, a diamond
embezzler, who was wanted in
Washington. This was Mr. Baca's
first visit to the national capital,
and he saw many great and inter
esting siirhts. Mr. Kaseman
stooped in Philadelphia and will
return to Albuquerque the last
of this week. Albuquerque Citi
A Good Complexion.
"Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks
restored by using De Witt's Little
Early Risers," so writes S.
Moore, of Nacodoches, Tex.
certain cure for biliousness,
constipation, etc. Small pill
easv to take easv to act. Sold
by Socorro Drug and Supply Co.
Domingo A. Ortega for Clerk.
Vote for Domingo "A. Ortega
for I'robate Clerk. He has been
tried in public capacity and not
Liles & Torres have arranged
with the Postal Telegraph Com
pany to have a special wire run
into the Palace Saloon to receive
the election returns Tuesday
evening, November 8.
Vote for Howard.
Hon. II. II. Howard has served
this district well once as repres'
entative and will serve it well
again. Vote for him.
The price is one third that
oí any other high grade bak
25 Ounces for 25 cents
SAVE THE COUPONS
Professor Fayette A. Jones
and wife, of Albuquerque, have
just returned to their home after
a visit of several weeks at the
World's Fair. Mr. Jones had
charge of the gathering and
classification of the New Mexico
mineral exhibit at the World's
Fair. He is enthusiastic over
the showing made by this terri
tory at the Exposition in this and
other lines and is much pleased
to know that New Mexico was
St. Louis and Return.
Tickets on sale to St. Louis
and return Oct, 26 and 27 at $42.80
for the round trip, return limit
Dec. 31, 1904.
Santa Fe Agt
SOCORRO COUNTY FINANCES.
. COUNTY FUNDS.
CASH THtAL ftALANCB F0 MONTH KNDING OCTOHKK 31, 1004.
1, To Balance.. .
" Collections. .
By cash on hand 795 20
' Bank account 13,15,9 63
" N. Y. Hank 2ns 24
" Terr. Treaa 477 63
" H. G. Baca, comm. acct 87 OS
" County Warrants 4,547 03
" School Warrants 516 50
" Int. Coupon 3,987 50
' Expresa on Coupons... -A
$23,779 18 . $23,77918
TERRITORY, COUNTY AND CITY FUNDS.
Trial Balance of County Funds for month ending October 31, 1904.
Territorial Fund ...$ 557 81
City Fund 470 49
Co. General Fund 777 56
Court Fund 1,821 69
School Fund 244 04
Int. Fund 2,758 67
Trea. Cointn 80 95
Assessor's Comni 45 93
County Social Fund 189 27
Cash on hand
Bank of New York.
Cost of Adv.
Due hills account
Wild Bounty Fund
Koad í und
C. 11. and J. Rep. Fund.
School District Fund....
. 6,350 35
$ 14,163 07
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omy in it. Good
paint saves the pain
ter's time by spread
ing easy; it saves in cost
of material by covering
most surface to the gallon; It
saves in final cost of the job
by wearing longest.
The Sherwin-Villiaus Paint
is good paint. It la made from the best materials so
thoroughly incorporated that they are inseparable and
hold together against the weather for the longest time.
Full color card show 48 handsome añades.
Socorro Drug and Supply Go.
It's 10 to 1 you do if you axe s victim
Don't Do It. It's Dnfrvtt.
We'll admit it will cure malaria, but it leaves
almost deadly after effect.
Is purely vegetable and absolutely jriiax&n teed
to cure malaria, sick headache, biliousness,
and all stomach, kidney and liver complaint.
TRT IT TO-DAY.
50 Conts a. Boitlo. All DrugglaU.
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Notice or Suit.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of
New Mexico, within and for the coun
ty of Socorro.
U. C. Black,
v. No. 5024.
The Short Horn Cattle Com
pany, a corporation under
the laws of the State of
Texas, but authorized to
do business In the Terri
tory of New Mexico, Nor
man C. Raff, Trustee;
William Garland, James
M. Hall, John Flood and
Kolicrt J. Bishop,
The above named defendants are
hereby notified that a suit has been
commenced against them by the above
named plaintiff in the above entitled
cause in the above entitled court
in which it is asked that plaintiff
Call at The Chieftain office for
your fancy stationery.
A. B. Baca for Sheriff.
Vote for A. B. Uuca. lie has v
already proved thai he possesses n mav ,ave an order tindine- the title to
the mialities of a trood Sheriff. J the said tracts of land hereinafter de-
tecnocu in iuiij vcmeu 111 mc planum,
Kiibject only to a relinquishment made
to the United States, and rinding- that
none of the defendants have any inter
et in the said land, or any of them,
and forever enjoining1 the said defend
ants and each of them, from at any
time setting up any claim to, or interest
in, said lands and quieting- the title to
the suid lands in the said plaintiff for
ever, and to KTant such other and
further relief to which the plaintiff
may be entitled. The lauds above re
ferred to are described as follows:
S. K. N. K. 'Í sec. S, twp. S, a. Rg.
V) W., New Méx. Mer.; W. y, N. W.
Kec. S, twp. 5 s., Rtf. 19 W., New Mex.
Mer.; N. K. 'í N. W. V ec. 5, twp. 5, a.,
Kg. 19 W. New Mex. Mer.; N. 8. E.
V sec. , twp. 5 ., K(f. 19 W. New
Mex. Mer.; S. W. '4 S. E. !' sec. 6,
twp. 5 s., Kg. 19 W., New Mex. Mer.; N.
V. ec. 7, twp. S s., Kg. 19 W., New
Mex. Mer.; W. í N. E. ec. 7, twp.
S s.. Kg. 19 V., New Mex. Mer.; N. W.
H S. E. 1-4 ec. 7. twp. 5 s., Kg. 19 W.,
New Mex. Mer.; S. E. 1-4 8. E. 1-4 see.
7, twp. S s K(j. 19 V, New Mex. Mer.;
S. N. E. 1-4 sec. 31. two. 5 a.. Kg. 19
W., New Mex. Mer.; N. E. 1-4 8. E, 1-4
sec. 30, twp. 5 a., Kg. 19 W., New Mex.
Mer.; S. W. 1-4 S. W. 1-4 aec. 30, twp.
5 s.. Kg. 19 W., New Mex. Mer.; 8. i
N. W. 1-4 bc. 32, twp. 5 a., Kg. 19 W.,
New Mex. Mer.
Defendants arc further notified that
unless they enter their appearance in
said cause on or before the 19 day of
Notice of Suit.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of
New Mexico, within and for the
County of Socorro.
Lizzie Kussell, 1
vs. 1 íno. ."win. mvorce.
The atiove named defendant is here
by notified that a suit has been com
menced against him in the above nam
ed District Court by the said plaintiff,
for a divorce from the bonds of matri
mony now existing between the plain
tiff and defendant, and for other and
That unless said Charles Kussell,
defendant, enters his appearance in
said cause oil or before the 3rd. day of
January, A. D. l'J05, judgment will be
rendered in said cause against him by
Plaintiff's attorney is John K. Grif
fith, whose post office address is So
corro, New Mexico.
William K. Maktin,
Clerk of the above named District
By M. J. TkkkV,
December, A. D. 1904, judgment will
be taken against them by default.
Plaintiff's attorney i H. M. Dough
erty, whose post office address is So
corro, New Mexico.
William E. Mautin,
Clerk of said Court.
By mutual consent we have this day
dissolved partnership. Anyone hav
ing claims against the company of
Oonnely & Babcock are requested to
present aame to L. R. Babcock at the
office of J. Pr Worrell, Kelly, New
Dated at Kelly, New Mexico, October
H. B. CONNELV,
L. K. Babcock.
Vota for Martin.
Vote for Hon. W. E. Martin.
He has never beaten. He has
always served his constituents
Subscribe for The Chieftain.
G. A. COLLINS
Civil and Irrigation Enoinekk
Surveying and Mapping
112 San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, :-: New Mexico.
5 Sale Stable.
COAL, CEMENT, LIME,
HAY, AND GRAIN.
Henry G. May,