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Sljc Socorro (íljicílain.
LÜEWEtJSTEIN OROS. i
iJorn to At turno y ami Mrs. A. i
A. Scdillo. Wednesday. ;i girl
baby. Mother and child arc re- ,
ported as doing nicely.
Mrs. K. II. Ho IT ni. in is lotitin- j
ed to her home in the western part
of the citv from the effects of an i
operation which was successful
ly performed by Dr. Kichard
Coulson on last Friday.
Kev. Dr. l'rown late of the
City of Mexico will conduct divine
services at the Presbyterian
church of this citv on Sunday.
April 7th. All are most era-dial- ;
There will be a sons service
by tlif Sunday school children
and church choir at the Presby
terian church tomorrow morning
at 10:30 o'clock. Kverybody in
vited to attend.
Henrv Williams is walking
with a crutch as the result of a
sprained knee. The accident
happened some time a while
Mr. Williams was helping in
the branding of calves.
Hon. II. (). I'ursum arrived at
his home in Socorro Monday
morning from a two months' stay
in Santa Fc. He will now give
his attention to his extensive
business interests in So-orro and
Mrs. A. 11. Hilton and children
of San Antonio are quests of
Hon. and Mrs. II. ). liursum at
their home on Jiac.i a venue. Mrs.
Hilton returned recently from
California, where she sper.t the
A. F. Katzenstein requests
that his laundry patrons deliver
their packages at his office next
to Hill iV Fischer's market on
Tuesdays. The packages slum Id
be carefully wrapped and labeled
with the owner's name. The
goods will be delivered on
F. Fischer returned Wednesday
evening from a six days' trip
over east of the river in search of
beef cattle. Ib' succeeded in se
curing fourteen head of young
cattle, which will soon be slaugh
tered for the Hill iV Fischer
Hon. W. 10. Martin came down
from Santa Fe Sunday morning
to spend a few days at home. He
returned Wednesday morning to
finish up some important linal
work in connection with his
duties as chief clerk of the legis
Prof. S. F. Del'ord of Ottawa,
Ohio, is in Socorro a guest in
the home of his brother-in-law,
Dr. C (í. Duncan. Professor
DeFord is on his way home from
a visit at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. John A. Hunter of Ag
Dr. Kichard CouNon, late of
St Louis, who has located in So
corro for the practice of his pro
fession, has established an office
at the Patrick McLaughlin resi
dence opposite the Kpiscopal
church on Fischer avenue, where
he will receive callers from s
until ' o'clock a. in., and 1 t .s
o'clock p. m.
With least labor and trouble it
maker, hot-breads, biscuit and cako
of finest flavor, light, sweet, appe
tizing, digestible and wholesome.
Greatest Aid to Cookery
Kev. M. Matthieson returned
Thursday from Doming where he
attended the Preshvterv which
held well attended and enthn-
siastie sessions on Tuesday .md
Wednesday. Mr. Matthieson, :
who has spent his life in mission
ary work in this country and
South America, was elected
moderator of the session. '
The card party given by Mrs. ;
M. Cooney at her pleasant home !
on McCtitchen avenue on Satur- ;
day tin" 1'ith inst. proved an I
entire success. Mrs. J. (). Fitch j
proved herself a champion at the
fascinating game of high live
and carried oil the first prize, i
a pretty silver olive fork while I
Mrs. W. G. Haminel won the j
second prize, a sterling silver j
Attorney Jas. G. Fitch deliver-
ed a lecture before the students j
of the School of Mines yesterday '
morning on the subject "The j
Legal Aspects of Lode Locations ,
in the United States." The
lecture was exceedingly interest- .
ing ami was listened to with '
close attintion by all present. ;
Mr. Filch was so entertaining ;
and instructive, in fact, that it
is altogether probable that fur-!
ther demands wiU be made on !
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Jackson
formerly of Pittsburg, Pennsyl
vania. but recently of Albuouer
pie, have arrived in Socorro and '
announce that they have come j
to stay. A nine pound baby son i
also arrived last Monday and it
is supposed that he will cast his i
lot with us. They and their j
three other children will soon be (
comfortably located in the pro-
pert v now occupied by the family 1
of Mr. Nathan Hall on Grant
Jas. W. Medley and sou T. W.
Medley, who are numbered among i
the most enterprising and pros-,
pennis cattlemen of Socorro
county, were in Socorro Thurs- ,
day afternoon. They were on !
their way from their ranches
near liurlev to Albiiiicriue on ;
private business, expecting to re- :
turn home the first of the week. ;
They reported a very interesting !
and successful meeting of the
I'attle and Horse Protective asso
ciation in Magdalena. T. W.
Medley was accompanied by his
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Jaques,
assisted by their charming
daughter Miss Agnes, enter
tained a number of their friends
at their pleasant home on North
California street last Saturday
evening. Miss Agnes leing an
accomplished pianist, there was
music both vocal an instrumen
tal, and favorite readings, and
with dainty refreshments as a
finale, and as Mr. and Mrs.
Jaques are known of old as
royal entertainers, it is needless
to say that thecvening was most
delightfully spent by all present,
who were Mesdames H. M. Perk
ins, II. A. True, K. W. Twining,
K. V. Smith, Geo. E. Cook. J. F.
Cook, M. J. Martin, W. D. New
comb. W. K. Martin, Wm.
Driscoll, W. II. Hcrrick and A.
Mayer; Misses Helen True, Lena
Keid, Alma Savage, Hertha Hil
ton and Myrtle Williams; Messrs.
II. M. Perkins. K. V. Smith. R.
W. Twining. II. A. True, H. L.
Perkins, Geo. F. Cook, and A.
10x20 picture frames. Uuy
them at Whorley's Photo Gallery
and save money.
Furnished rooms atVVinkler's.
Notice by Publication.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of
New Mexico, within and for the coun
ty of Socorro.
William J. Wcathcrby, ) Civil
Plaintiff, I ' Action,
v. -No M56.
It. U. Hamilton, Lulu Dris-
coll, Fenton Hamilton and i
Mr. H. 1!. Hamitton; the i
heirs at law of H. B. Hani- I
ilton, deceased, and all oth
er hcii-H, administrators j
and assigns of H. U. Ham- ;
iltuu, deceased, and all oth- j
cr claiming any interest j
of, in and to the Gunboat !
and Contention Mine by, i
through or under H. It. j
Notice is hereby given that Wil
liam J. Weathcrby, plaintiff, has be
gun a civil action against H. II. Ham
, ilion, Iiilu Driscoll, Kenton Hamilton
and Mrs. H. It. Hamilton, the heirs at
i law of II. IS. Hamilton, deceased, and
ull others heirs, administrators or as
; signs of H. It. Hamilton, deceased,
i and all others claiming any intercut
i or, in and to the Gunboat and Con
: tcntiou Mines by, through or under
II. II. Hamilton, deceased, defendants.
tu the District Court of the Third Ju
dicial District of the Territory of New
' Mexico, within and for the county of
socorro, and numbered ol.s on the
I Docket of said Court, alleging
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That one Richard Phoenix, a minor
under the age of twenty-one years,
to-wit: of the age of eighteen years,
was during nil of the jrarls'Ni the
owner of an undivided one-thirty-sec-and
(1-32) interest of, in and to the
Gunboat and Contention Mines, situ
ate in the Cooney mining district,
Socorro county. New Mexico, said
mines bcln descriled more particu
larly as follows: The notice of loca
tion of the Gtmlioat mine is recorded
in the ofticc of the Probate Clerk and
ex-Oflicio Recorder of Socorro county,
Territory of New Mexico, in Hook li.
at pace 441, records of said S corto
county, and the amendatory notirc of
location whereof is recorded in Hook
!, at paire 7'M, records of said Socorro
county; the notice of location of the
Contention mine is recorded in said
ofticc in Hook 1(. at pape 443, records
of said Socorro county, and the amen
datory notice of location whereof is
recorded in Hook 1, at paw , rec
ords of said Socorro county.
1 hat dtiriui; all of the vear in'x one
H. H. Hamilton, now deceased, was
the owner of an undivided one-fourth
interest of in and to the said Gunboat
and Contention mines; that thereafter,
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said H. H. Hamilton died, and as Vbi
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pittiiiiiu is iiuoriiicu ano iH-iit-vrs, in
testate, leaving as heirs at law the
defendants H. It. Hamilton. Lulu
Driscoll, Fenton Hamilton and Mrs.
H. B. Hamilton;
That on the 9th day of Auirust. 1897,
one Thomas F. Cooney was designat
ed and appointed by the Probate
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Socorro, Territory of New .We ,;co, ti
the guardian of the said Kichard
Phoenix, minor, and the said Thomas
I' . Cooney duly qualified and was and
became the guardian of the said
Kichard Phoenix, minor;
That on the 30th day of August,
1897, that being in the life time of the
said H. H. Hamilton, now deceased,
the said H. B. Hamilton sold and con
veyed to one William H. ChiWL-rs an
undivided one-eighth interest in and
to the Gunboat and Contention Mines;
That during the vear IS'), the said
Richard Phoenix, for himself and in
his own behalf as the owner of the
aid undivided one-thirtv-secoud (1-32)
interest of, in and to the said Gun
boat and Contention mines, and in
behalf of his co-owners of said prem
ises, paid, laid out and expended the
sum of $loAOO in labor and improve
ments upon each of said mines for the
purpose of holding said mines for the
year 18'H, under provisions of Section
2J24 of the Revised Statutes of the
United States, and thereafter on the
22nd day of October. 1897. the said
Richard Phoenix liy 1 nomas b. Coon
ey, his guardian as aforesaid, caused
to be published in the Silver Citv hn-
terprisc, a weekly newspaper publish
ed at Silver City, in the Territory of
New Mexico, the same being the news
paper published nearest the said
mines, a notice to the paid H. H. Ham
ilton, his hairs, administrators and as
signs, or anyone claiming by, through
or under him or them, notifying them
that he, the said Kichard Phoenix,
had expended the sum of SlOO.Ui for
labor and improvements upon each of
said mines for the vear 189b for the
purpose of and in order to hold the
said mines for the year 189o under the
provisions of said Section 2324, and
that if within ninety days after the
giving of this notice by publication
the said H. II. Hamilton, his heirs,
administrators or assigns, or ai yone
claiming by, through or under him or
them, failed and refused to contribute
their proportions of such expendi
tures as co-owners in said mines, then
the interest of the said II. H. Hamil
ton, his heirs, administrators or as
signs, or anyone claiming !v, through
or under him or them, in said mines
would become the property of the said
Richard Phoenix under the provisions
of said Section 2324; and that said no
tice was duly published in the said
Silver Citv Enterprise for the period
of ninety days; and that the said II. 11.
Hamilton, his heirs, administrators
and assigns, or anyone claiming by,
through or tinder him or them, whol
ly failed and refused during the year
1896 to do and perform any annual
labor and assessment in and upon said
mines for the purpose of holding his
or their interests therein, or for any
purpose whatever, and wholly failed
and refused to contribute or pay to the
said Richard Phoenix or to his guar
dian, Thomas l' Cooney, or to any
other person for them or either of
them any part or proportion of the
cost and value of the labor and im
provements by the said Riclinrd Phoe
nix done, performed and maú up m t :e i
said mines as annual labor ai.u as...--ment
work thereon for the year lá Aí;
and neither the said Kichard Phoenix
nor the said Thomas K. Cooney,
guardian as aforesaid, from thence
hitherto have had or received from the
aid H. B. Hamilton, his heirs, admin
istrators or assigns, or from anyone
claiming by, through or under him or
them, or from anyone of them or from
anyone for them any payment or con
tribution of any amount whatsoever
on account of the performance by the
said Richard Phoenix, as aforesaid, of '
said annual lalr and asM'ssineiit for Í
the year 189ii;
That by virtue of such performance of j
said labor and improvements for said
year 1896 by the said Richard Phoenix
and of said advertisement and notice j
of forfeiture published as aforesaid, !
said Interests of the said defendants I
became and was forfeited to the said
Richard Phoenix, anil the said Rich
ard Phoenix became the owner df and
entitled to the possession of all of the
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cst of the said 11. II. Hamilton, now
deceased, and of his heirs, adminis
trators and assigns, or of anyone
claiming by, through or under him or
them of said undivided one-eight
(1-8) interest of, in and to the said
Gunboat and Contention mines;
That on the day of Octo
ber, 1903, the plaintiff for a good and
valuable consideration purchased of
the said Kichard Phoenix and the said
Kichard Phoenix sold, assigned and
conveyed to the plaintiff all of the in- i
ferest of the said Richard Phoemx ot.
In and to the said mines, said interest
so purchased, sold and conveyed in
cluding the interest of the said 11. H.
Hamilton, now deceased, in said mines
acquired by the said Richard Phoenix
by virtue of said labor and assess
ment thereon for the year 1896 and the
said notice and advertisement of for
feiture; That all of the right, title and inter
est formerly held ami cluimed by the
said II. It. Hamilton, or by his heirs,
There Are Numbers of People
who are under an erroneous impression. They think that they ucrer
control enough money to start a bank account. In this they are mis
taken. We solicit small accounts as well as large and handle the tasi
nes of both with our best care. We believe that YOU ought to feavs
a bank account and we offer you our services. Whether you lire in tbl
city or in the surrounding towns we can give you all the attention and
accomodation that other carefully conducted hanks can, ot as favorable
terms and same conditions. BANKING HY MAIL is a specialty with
us ami our increasing business is proof of our satisfactory service.
WK PAY 4 PER CENTINTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
Tibe Socorro State 3Banh
Socorro, ittcw flDcxtco,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
JOSEPH PRICE. President; C. T. BROWN, Vice-President;
EDWARD U. PRICE, Cashier;
JAMES G. FITCH, M. LOEWENSTKUn.
Are n:w receiving new eroods in all
their departments. Novelties of the
season are being opened every day,
They call especial attention to their
Laces, Embroideries, Ladies' Waista
White Goods Latest and Nobbiest Styles
in Wash Goods, &c. &c, .
Successors to PRICE. BROS. CCk CO.
lljuj hi ifiMWMWIWBfimWlWTTlTTT--r-Tr"
Wo handle a complete line of hardware, anything
you want. Stoves, ranges, fasoline and oil stoves,
íraniteware, tinware. Enterprise food chopper.
;r.rdiMi tools, nails, jjuns, ammunition, líame,
.i.!.lVs. iron pipe, pipe fittings, plows, drag scrapers,
pumps. i)Ury shafts, buggy poles, roofing material,
and corrugated iron. : : ' : : : :
Newcoml), Collins h Co,
administrators nr assign. r anyone
claiming h.v, thriuth ir under him or
them, was so held and claimed by vir
tue of A certain iked of conveyance ex
ecuted on the 17th day "f May.
by lieortfe licurdsley, James House
aiid Mary House, his wife, and Robert"
Tayl'i-, "nrailtor' to tIu Kai1 ?
Hamilton, grantee, aud recorded in
Uook .12 of Records, at page 24. of the
official records of said Socorro County,
in the olVice of tho Probate Clerk and
ex-Ofticto Recorder, thereof, and that
said deed of conveyance and record
thereof constitute a cloud upon plain
tiffs title in and to said premises.
Plaintiff prays that he may be by
the Court adjudged and decreed to be
the owner of and entitled to the pos
session of all of that certain undivid
ed one-eighth (1-hl interest of. in and
to the said liunnoai aim oiiieimou
mines formerly owned and held by the
said H. H. Hamilton, deceased, and
that all of the right, title and interest
ofthesaiilH.il. Hamilton, deceased,
in said mines held under and by vir
tue of that certain deed of conveyance
executed on the 17th day of May, lH'JO,
by Ceorge lleardsley, James House
and Mary House, his wife, and Robert
Taylor, grantors, and recorded in
Hook 32. at page 24, of the official
records of Socorro county (excepting
as to an undivided one-eighth interest
conveyed to William H. Childers; and
also excepting an uudlvid4 aue
twelfth (1-12) interest cotvcye4 tt
Thomas K. Conway oil the Utb 0y of
October, lHil) be' adjudged ?o4 de
creed to be forfeited to sod ib 4t
property of the plaintiff, aud tst3
defendants be adjudged ssd decreed
henceforth barred aud estopped . frsta
setting up or claiming any riput, titlq
or interest in and to the said pre oils, -or
any part thereof, by, ttirvoyb or
inkier said instrument of couvcjtUCC '
dated Mav 17th, WM), and for irswersj
The'alxi named defeudmts iu4 '
each of them are hereby uotted tbst
unless they enter their appesrsuce i
said cause on or before the 31t day of
MaV, l'X'7, that judgment wil) be feu
deretf against them by default U Mid
The names of the attorney Kr be '
plaintiff are Harllee A Uarue's, tiMa
post office address is Silver City, Net
Witness my hand and tbM seal of
the Third Judicial District 'Court f
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2.S day of March, A. I). 1907, "
Seal William E. Mmtin,
Clerk of Conrt.
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your fancy stationery.