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OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUKTY.
SATURDAY, APK1I, VM.
Mr. II. A. Woi.ioKi.. of this
place, has Iwen reappointed dis
trict attorney fur tli counties of
Sierra ami Socorro. As district
attorney Mr. Wolford has very
ably tilled that ofl'ue for the past
ten months, and his reappoint
ment is highly satisfactory to the
coitimunitv. Sierra Coiintv Ad
vocate. A certain write r divides re
formers into three classes: Kirst,
those who hope for pertinent re
sults; secondly, those driven ly
necessity or revenge; and third
ly, those who make a living by
it. Of the last the world in these
latter days is. greatly burdened.
Las Vegas Optic.
Tin: Katox Kanci: appeared a
few days ago in a special thirty
page edition that was exceeding
ly creditable to both the paper
and the community in which it
is published. Judging by the
profuse illustrations and the lib
eral advertising patronage dis
played in this special edition,
Raton must by an enterprising
and thriving town and the Range
must be leading the procession.
Colonel Max Fnost has been
the secretary of the territorial
bureau of immigration for many
years. There' is abundant evi
dence that the exercise of his re
markable talent ami energy in that
connection has been productive
of vast good to tin1 territory.
No man in New Mexico could
have done better and it is doubt
ful whether any could have done
as well. Colonel Krost's re-election
to the secretaryship of the
board would be a proper recogni
tion of his ability and efficiency.
Tin-: fact that testimony has
been taken in the Socorro and
San Antonio precincts this week
in the Larra.olo contest case is
a reminder ot what was brought
to light when such testimony was
taken in the Magdalena precinct.
Supporters of the people's ticket
had raised a great hullab.illoo
over the report that the republi
can managers up there, had vot
ed a lot of sheen herders from
Valencia county. The people's
ticket had been heralded as a re
form ticket and it certainly look
ed as though reform was needed.
at least it looked so until the tes
timony showed conclusively that
every Valencia county sheep
herder who voted at Magdalena
voted for Mr. I;arra.olo, then all
need of reform vanished. Is it
possible that Mr. Carrazolo's So'
corro county friends have
more experience . like that in
store? The knowing ones are
predicting that they have.
One of the accusations most
insisted upon against. the so-called
republican machine is that
the organization puts its friends
into office. To thbse accused of
this conduct their opponents
have persistently applied such
sweet epithets as boodlers,- graft
ers, hogs, thieves,' et cetera.
The denunciation ' was well suit
ed to create the impression that
the opposition was fired by a
righteous indignation that prom
ised much for the purification of
New Mexico's political atmos
phere. Hut, behold, no sooner
does the first opportunity present
itself than the leaders of the
rank and file of the opposition
of the reformers,, if you please
insist most strenuously upon
being appointed to the very po
sitions occupied by the boodlers,
grafters, hogs, and thieves.
I all mean?
Ij it possible that a
lot of the reformers are reform- J
ers for revenue only, that they
have only been making a hypo
critical pretense at reform, that
they have stolen the livery of
heaven to serve the devil in?
The man who is inspired by a
genuine spirit of olitical reform
is always in order and always
to be commended, God knows;
hut a political reform hypocrite
does the cause of good govern
ment infinitely more harm than
the avowed boodler can possibly
do. and he therefore deserves
only the contempt of the genuine
reformer and the avowed bood
Thk appointment of Travel
ing Auditor Safford to act as
referee in the accounting of the
affairs of Hon. II. (). IJursum
while he was superintendent of
the territorial penitentiary will
be received with general satis
faction. Mr. Safford was ap
pointed to the office of auditor
by Governor Otero and was re
appointed by Governor Hager-
man. so mat to ail intents ana
purposes he has the endorsement
of both parties to the dispute
over Mr. Hursutn's accounts.
Mr. Dursum has been accused,
by insn .ation, at least, of steal
ing pubie 's. He has been
villified ii.u j . to the ut
most degree u...i , val enmi
ty could suggest, ili- .i-vounts
were investigated, to be sure.
but at the investigation he had
no hearing. In order that he
might have a hearing he secur-
d the passage of a law under
which he might bring his case
before a regularly constituted
tribunal on his own initiative,
and he was the very first to
avail himself of the privilege of
that law. The case is now be
fore the court. If the investi
gation about to i. inaugurated
establishes the fact that Mr.
l'ursuni is guilty of having
knowingly and deliberately mis
appropriated public funds, his
friends will have to acknowl
edge that they were grossly
mistaken in t tie man. it lie is
proved not guilty, his political
enemies of the press who have
shown such zeal in abusing him
should show eiual zeal in mak
ing amends, and it is to be hop
ed that they will have the sav
ing grace to do so. Meanwhile
Mr. I'ursiim's friends await the
outcome with perfect' confidence.
Orip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago during the
severe winter weather both my
wife and myself contracted se
vere colds which speedily devel
oped into the worst kind of la
grippe with all its miserable
symptoms," says Mr. J. S. I2g
leston of Maple Landing, Iowa.
"Knees and joints aching, mus
cles sore, head stopped up, eyes
and nose running, with alternate
spells of chills and fever. We
began using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, aiding the same
with .a double dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets, and by its liberal use soon
completely knocked out the
grip." Sold by all Druggists.
W . ' Warrior.
Women in cumi have the
privilege of fighlii.g in tiie wars.
In the rebellion of 1850 women
did as much fighting as men.
At Nankin in 185. about 500,
OOO women from various parts of
the country were formed into
brigades of 13.000' each under
female officers. Of these sol
diers 10,000 were picked women,
drilled and garrisoned in the
The Price of Health.
"The price of health in a mal
arious district is just 25 cents;
the cost of a box of Dr. King's
New Life Pills," writes Klla
Slayton, of Noland, Ark. New
Life Pills cleanse gently and im
part new life and vigor to the
system. 25c. Satisfaction guar
anteed at the Socorro Drug and
SubscrilM! for The Chieftain.
Found Bona at 08 Feet
II. Hill and J. K. Dill,
drilling for James McKinstry on
his farm near Hagerman, found
a large bone in a good state of
preservation at a depth of ')(
feet. It was in a bed of sand,
covered by twenty feet of clay
and a stratum of rock, as well as
the natural soil. The finding of
this bone would make it appear
reasonable to state that ' the
ground has been deposited to a
depth of ' feet by the Pecos
and Felix rivers. Roswell Rec
Lumber Laden Derelict.
Lumber laden derelicts are the
most troublesome to navigators.
It takes them a long time to sink.
One such reported in the early
nineties drifted over 7,000 miles
in 850 days. She was sighted
thirty-eight times during that
period, showing that she was
frequently putting herself in the
war of charted ocean travel.
This salve is intended espec
ially for sore nipples, burns,
frost bites, chapped hands, itch
ing piles, chronic sore eyes, gran
ulated eye lids, old chronic sores
and Jor diseases of the skin such
as tetter, salt rheum, ring worm,
scald head, herpes, barbers' itch,
scabies or itch and eczema. It
has met with unparalleled suc
cess in the treatment ot these
diseases. I'rice 23 cents per lxx
Try it. For sale by all drug
Drink and Food.
The average man takes five
and a half pounds of food and
drink each day, amounting to a
ton of solid and liquid nourish
ment annually. In several years
he eats and drinks 1,000 times
his own weight.
"Pneumonia' Deadly Work
had so seriously altected my
right lung," writes Mrs. Fannie
Connor, uf Rural Route 1,
Georgetown, Tenn., "that
coughed continuously night and
day and the neighbors' predic
tion consumption seemed in
evitable, until my husband
brought home a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery, which in
my case proved to be the only
real cough cure and restorer of
weak, sore lungs." When all
other remedies utterly tail, you
may still win in the battl
against lung and throat troubles
with New Discovery, the real
remedy. Guaranteed by the So
corro Drug and Supply Co. 50c
and SI. 00. Trial bottle free.
In the battle of Marengo 5K,
000 men participated, and of that
number 13,000 were killed or
wounded, about 22 per cent
Napoleon thought Marengo his
greatest victory. He always
kept throughout life the uniform
he wore on that day.
Caught Cold While Hunting a Bur
glar. Mr. .Win. Thos. Lanorgan,
provincial Constable at Cha
leau, Ontario, says: "I caught
a severe cold while hunting a
burglar in the forest 'swamp last
fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, I tried it. and
after using two small liottles, I
was completely cured." This
remedy is intended especially for
coughs and colds. It will loosen
and relieve a severe cold in less
time than by any other treat
ment and is a favorite wherever
its superior excellence has be
come known. Kor sale by all
The practice of eating arsenic
is very common among peasants
in the mountainous districts of
Hungary and France. They
claim that the poison enables
them to ascend great heights
without experiencing any diffi
culty in breathing.
Sick headache results from a
derangement of the stomach and
is cured by Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. Sold by
ii iou Jtlcad This
It will lw to Irnrn that the loading medi
cal writer and teftdirr of all thn vvrral
schools uf prartlcn roromnicml. In thn
utroiiRi'-t term possible, earli and every
Ingn-diont entcriiiR hit" the composition
of I r. I'lrroVn (iohlon Medical Discovery
for tin-euro of weak utomach, dyHplsi.
rstiirrli of stomach, "liver complaint."
torpid liver, or hllloiisnrs. chronic Ixiwel
alTiTlioiiM, ami nil ratnrrhal diseases of
whatever region, name or nature, u n
nUo a iiiecllli- remedy for all mich chronic
or lontt standing case of catnrrhal after-
thin mill tlieir resnti-aiiis. iiniiimiiii.
throat and lung disease (qxrept consiiinp
tioio accompanied w ith severe cough. It
I not no vond for a en to cold and coughs,
hut for lingering, or chronic cases it I
apeclnllr efficacious In producing per
feet cure. Itrntitalns Mack Cberryuarlr.
lioldeti Sell root, Moodroot, Stone root.
Mandrake root, nixl ijuren row an oi
which are highly praised a remedie for
all the above mentioned affection 1 1 v such
eminent, medical writer and teacher n
Prof, llarl liolou-, of ,letlers:in .Mm. HH-
leie- Prof, lare.or the. l,niv. of 'a.;
I'rot. I' lnlev r.iungwona, ii. ii .oi iien-
nelt Med. I ollege. Lhlcngo; rroi. .loiin
Klnu M J.. oi Cincinnati: rroi. ,ionn
M. Scmhler. M. 1).. of Cincinnati : I'rof.
Edwin M. Hale. M. I) , of Hahnemann
MinI. Colleen. Chicago, and score of
other coually eminent in their several
schools of practice.
The-Colcl i ; Medical I nsvnvery - is inn
onlv medicine put up lor sale through
druggist for liku purposes, that has nnv
iirofrioHfif ciKiorsemeni worm
more than any nutnner n nnuinirv usii-
monlal. Open publicity of it formula
I the host possible guaranty of Its merits.
A glance at this published formula will
show that "Coldeu Meillcul Discovery"
contains no hiísoiious. harmful or habit-
forming drugs anil noalcoiioi-cnemicniiy
mre, triple-rehneil glycerin" tieing un
,t,.i,t lilvcerimi is milirelv unobjec
tionable, and Is-side Is a most useful agent
In the cure of all stomach as well as bron
chial, throat and lung affection. There
I the highest uii'illcui ntnnnruy lor us
use in all such caw. The "Discovery " I
a coiirent rated glyceric extract of native,
medicinal root muí I safo and reliable.
A lxxiUlet ot extract tnuii emineni.
medical authorities, endorsing its Ingn'-
dients mailed Inr on reiinet. Address
Dr. II. V. Pierce, Múllalo, .N. 1.
EMPLOYE'S POLL TAX
To Be Paid by the Employer and
Deducted from Wages.
It is due largely to the efforts
of Probate Clerk K. II. Sweet of
Socorro that the thirty-seventh
legislative assembly passed a law
providing better means of collect
ing poll tax. Mr. Sweet took a
lively interest in the enactment
of such a law. In fact he had a
bill drawn up with that end in
view, took it to Santa Fc, and
nut it into the proper hands to
secure its enactment. The Santa
Te New Mexican, referring to
the law which was finally enact
"In addition to the regular
educational law enacted by the
Thirty-seventh Legislative As
sembly, an act was passed pro
viding better means for the col
lection ot the poll tax which is
applied to the school fund. Ac
cording to the provisions of the
new poll tax law an employer of
men liable to the payment of poll
tax upon demand of the clerk of
a school board shall furnish a
list of such employes. If the
clerk finds'thereon names of per
sons who have not paid their
poll tax the employer shall pay
the same and deduct the amount
from the wages of employes. It
contains a penal clause."
Biggest Farms in World.
The biggest farms in the world
are in South Australia, where
the average squatter holds 78,-
are a symptom of tiie most serious
truuWe which can attack a woman,
viz: falling, of the womb. With this,
generally, comes irrey.ular and painful
periods, weakening; drains, hackruhe,
headache, nervousness, dizziness, Ir
ritahility, tired feelin;;, etc. The cure Is
The Female Regulator
that wonderful, curative, vegetable ex
tract, which exerts such a marvelous,
strengthening Influence, on all female
organs. Cardul relieves pain and
regulates the menses. It is a sure
and permanent euro for all fcmttle
At all driitl.sts and dealers In SI. 00
"1 SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
in my womb and ovaries," writes Mrs.
Naomi Bake, of Webster Grove, Mo.,
"also in my riiiht and left sides, and
my manses were very painiui ana irreR-
ular. Since taking Cardui I feel likea
new woman ar.d do not suffer as I did.
It Is the best medicine I evef t jok."
Special Master's Sale.
Under and by virtue of a certain
judgment and decree of foreclosure and
order of sale of the District Court of
the Third Judical District of the Ter
ritory of New Mexico, within and for
the County of Pocorro. entered on the
4th day of December, A. D.. 1906, in a
certain cause then pending in said
Court, bring Civil cane No. 514.1,
wherein Thomas F. Cooncy and
Michael Cooncy, as plaintiffs, obtain
ed a judgment and decree of fore
closure against Charlss V. Blacking;
ton and Khoda M. Blackington, two
of the defendants in said cause, in the
M t . , . t 1 M .
niiin ui luur inuiiiwiiu six muiurcti miu i
on from said date of judgement at t
t . ,i C
i vein, pm MOIIU11I umi wmiii J
suit amounting; to ten and 60-100 dol
lars and accruing costs and expenses
of making sale of the property de
scribed in said decree (making a total
of four thousand seven hundred and
sixty-two and 48-100 dollars to date of
sale, not including expenses of said
sale) and in which decree I waa by
said Court appointed Special Master
to make sale of the property mention
ed and described in said decree, in the
event of said defendants making de
fault in the payment of the aforesaid
judgment within ninety days after
the same was entered, now, therefore;
whereas default has been made by
said defendants in the payment of
said judgment, although more than
ninety days have elapsed since the
entering of the same; I, the under
signed Special Master, hereby give
notice that I will on the 17th day of
April, A. I). 1W, between the hour
of ten o'clock a. m. and two o'clock p.
m. of said date, at the north door of
the county court house, in the City
and County of Socorro, Territory of
New Mexico, offer, for sale, and will sell
at. public vendue tothe highest and best
bidder for cash all (or so much thereof
as may lie necessary to satisfy the
aforesaid sums) of the following de
scribed property situated in the Coun
ty of Socorro and Territory of New
Mexico and more particularly describ
ed as follows:
The southwest quarter (S. W. )
northeast quarter (N. E. 1-4 ) section
twenty (20) and the northeast quarter
(N. E. 1-4) southwest quarter (S. W.
1-4) section twenty-two (22) township
three (.?) south of range three east, N.
M. P. M. when surveyed.
Dougherty A Griffith, Socorro, New
Mexico, attorneys for plaintiffs.
A. A. Skdu.i.o,
NOTICE FOR PUPLICATION.
Dkpaktmknt ok thk Ixtf.kiok,
Land Oflice at Las Cruces, N. M., I
March 11, 1907. f
Notice is hereby eiven that Ole M.
Sakaraisou of Matrdalena, N. M., has
tiled notice of his intention to make
final rive year proof in support of his
claim, viz: Homestead Entry No.
3578 made ( Ictober IS, 1901 for the 'i
XW'U W''j SWtf Section 14, Town
ship 5 S, Range 5 W. and that said
proof will be made before Probate Clerk
Socorro County at Socorro, N. M., on
May H, 1907.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, the land, viz:
J. S. Mactavish, J. R. Phillips of
Magdalena. N. M., Abel Alderete of
Kellv, N. M., David Farr of Magda
lena; N. M.
Et'c.KNK Van Pattkn,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of thk Interior,
Land Oflice at Santa Fe, N. M.,
March 26, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Juan
Montoya y Castillo of Magdalena, N.
M., has filed notice of his intention to
make final five year proof in support
of his claim, viz: Hometead Entry
No. 6744 made Dec. 2H. 1901, for the
S'4 NNV'; and N.'i.SW'' Section 2,
T iwnship 1 N., Range 6 W, and that
,u proof will be made before tu. tl.
Sweet, Probate Clerk, at Socorro, N.
M., on May 8, 1907.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, the laud, viz:
Celso Lopez, Jose Chaves y Haca,
Jose M. Jaramillo, Martiniano Chaves
y Daca, all of Magdalena, N. M.
MANUEL K. OTERO.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department op the Intrrior,
Laud Oflice at Santa Fe, N. M.,
March 26, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Marti
niano Chavez y Castillo of Magdalena,
N. M., has tiled notice of his intention
to make final rive-year proof iu support
of his claim, viz:
Homestead Entry No 6745, made
Dec. 2H, 1901; for the SWV. Sec
tion 14, Township 1 N Range 6 W, and
that said proof will be made before
E. II. Sweet, Probate Clerk, Socorro
county, at Socorro, N. M., on May 8,
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, the land, viz: Cel
so Lopez, Jose Chavez y Baca, Jose
M. Jaramillo, Martiniano Chavez y
Haca, all of Magdalena, N. M.
Man uk i. R. Otkko,
Notice of Forfeiture.
To J. A. Lawrence: You are hereby
notified that the undersigned has ex
pended for labor and improvements
for the year ending December 31, 1906,
one hundred dollars on ' the White
Clay mining claim, a copy of the loca
tion notice of which is recorded in
Book So, at page 97, in the Recorder's
oflice of Socorro county at Socorro,
New Mexico. Said White Clay min
ing claim is located in the Cooney
mining district, Socorro county. New
And you are further notified that if
at the expiration of ninety days after
you are served with this notice - in
writing, or after its publication, you
shall fail or refuse to contribute your
portion of said expenditures, your in
terest in said White Clay mining
claim will become the property of the
Gko. W. RowKi
(ileuwood, Socorro County, N. Mex.
Oats, oats, oats for Kale at
Geo. K. Cook's livery stable.-
Two Goon milch cows wanted.
K. L. ICisenliart. lMione 24.
LOCAL TIME TABLE.
. . ..Passenger 3:00
..Fast Freight... I:í5as
.Iocal Freight. . . I :M a m
No. 99 and 100 carrylpaaMnger to
tween Albuquerque aJidiSasi Marcial.
Daily except 6onday.
7:45 a m L v.. Socorro.. A r 3:1
ALLAIRE, K1EI1 I CO.,
Sil AltOBhl, 1. 1.
Selling agents for Jack of U
Trades engines, all sifees, for. So
corro, San Marcial," and S
Antonio, N. M.
Prices and terms oh applica
tion. J. H. HILTON
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER 1M
Boots, Shoes, Harness
REPAIRING NEATLY DOME
LODGE.N. t. A
lar cow manic
lions, Seconal a4
of each V ssosiii
ft'-, -r -A- i
Visiting brethern cordially invited.
Uko.TR. CookJ W. M.
C G. Duncan, Serstsry.
SOCORRO CHAPTER No.
a, . a. m.
it a tsb-4
Regular convocations first
Tuesdays of each mouth.
W. M. Borrowdalx, E. M. F.
C. U. Duncan, Secretary.
í jif CHAPT&RX.
Ortiar of tb
Jk;V,o, 1 Eastern Star.-r
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& l Jr fir,t "' tWrt
yixf Moeifi sf
Mrs. Anna K. Browh.W. M.
John E. GRiRrmi, Sscrstsry.
LODUE, No. i, K.
of P. Kegnlsr
meeting every W4
8 o'clock at Gfcstle
hall. Visiting knights given a cefAtsl
welcome. J. A. Smilkt, C..
S. C. Mkhk, K. of K.
RATHBONE SISTERS Temple Ve.
2. Regular . meetings first
third Thursdays of each moats.
MRS. K. W. L.RWTS,
Mrs. Emma. Abkvta, U. K. C.
M. of R. and C.
I.KAVK ORDERS AT
C. A. Baca's Barber Shea,
application kok ;kazin; PtiniT-
NOTICE 1 lierby ven llil ll aHcmU
for prriuits to raie cattle, koram as4
within the MAI.IIALKNA Slid HAK MATH
FOREST KKSKRVES durin th f
I'MrJ mum ba IUt is my orti.-n t Ms4Im. H.
M,. on ur before April 1. 1''. Tl isfaram
llon in rirrd to Urn ffraiiur trm t tot f4.
and blank turma to br umhI is aiakiaf apH"J
tiona, will be fmoUhrd upo rtl. J.
Hatton. Aciiug- Supervisor.
Studebaker wagón! Th
Apply to Geo. K. Cook.
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