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Sljc Socorro (íljicflaiu. 1
Tbr lioarri uf county toniuii.
sioners hare In-en in regular
quarterly session this wrok, and
much important business has
claimed their attention. Tin
proceedings will probably Ik- i
ready for publication in Tin !
Chieftain next week. 1
Some decided inipro cim-iit '
have just been completed in the '
county treasurer's .oflue. I'or
the accomodation of the county
assessor a new partition counter
has lecn built across the north
side of the oflice to correspond to
that on the south side.
Mr. ami Mrs I-. N. llames
and little son have mine to Alatf
dalena to reside. Mr. Ilarnes '
was r.p on the hill a few davs
ago and returned to Socorro lull
of enthusiasm over the wonderful '
growth of Magdalena and Well
and, in fact, of the whole mining '
Jos. E. Smith is doing a line1
job of grading on Mcl'iitchen
avenue anil Park strei-t adjoining I
his property. The work done i
makes such a decided improve- j
ment in the appearance of the j
street that some of Mr. Smith's
neighlors are' almost persuaded
to go and do likewise.
A merry crowd of Socorro's
young people - indulged in a hay
ride Monday evening. Of course j
everybody had a delightful time
in spite of the fact that all hands
had to climb down several times
and help to boost the wagon out
of the mud on the lower road be
tween Socorro and Escondida.
J. E. Terry and fatnilv and
L. K. Terrv' came down from
Kelly Monday. The Messrs.
Terry came to attend the regular
annual meeting of the Mine De
velopment o,ompanv. in Which
they are interested. Mrs. Terrv
and children remained in town a
few days as guests of friend..
Mrs. Frank Abevtia returned
Wednesday from Albuquerque,
where she has been visiting
with friends for several days. On
her return Mrs. Abevtia was
accompanied bv Mrs. M. 1).
Arraijo and two children who arc
now guests in the home of Mr.
- and Mrs. Abevtia on (California
Phillip Zimtii'T accompanied
by his daughter Mrs. W. II.
Spacknian of San Acasio were in
the citv for a short time Friday,
and while here were advised by a
telephone message of an accident
to Mrs. Zimtner's brother. It seems
while riding he was in some way
throw n from his liorv. thereby
breaking one of his legs.
Attorney Elfcgo llaca ol AlUi
luerque was in town the first of
the week attending to Hon. W.
II. Andrews' interests in the
taking of testimony in connection
with the contest proceedings in
stituted bv Mr. I.arra-tolo. Mr.
Haca is sure that there is a great
surprise in store for the demo
crats in connection with this
The F.piscopal ladies' guild
met at the home of Mrs. (.'. 11.
are made with
light, crisp, wholesome
The best loed to start the day with
Food raised with Price's Baking Powder is unfermented.
never soura in the stomach, and may be eaten in Its
most delicious state, fresh and hot, by persons of all temper
aments and occupations, without fear of unpleasant result
PRICK BAKINO POWDEK. CH1CAQO.
Duncan on CaliK.i r.ia street. Alpetiedto him some time ago.
part of the business of the meet-' While riding the range his horse
ing was the electing of officers fell with him and rolled upon
for the ensuing year, which re- I him injuring his breast iuite
suited as follows: President, . severely. Mr. Gardiner was in
Mrs. Nathan Hall; Vice-Pres
ident, Mrs. Win. Driscoll; Sec
retary, Miss Gladys Coon; Treas
urer, Miss Eflie IJerry.
.loe WollT will open a business
I town to meet his brother, Geo.
i Gardiner, and son and daughter,
j of White Hall, 111., who are now
I making their first visit in New
Mexico at the Gardiner ranch.
house in Magdalena on or about ' rot. K. W. I wining announ-
Mav 1. Mr. Wolff left Wednesday ' ees mat at tne close oi tne puo-
morning for Chicago to purchase
his opening stock and will return
in about two weeks. lie will
deal in dry goods, clothing,
shoes, furnishing goods, etc. The
held at Magdalena is a good one
and as Mr. Wolff has had a long
and successful experience in the
line of business he is about to
enter upon he will doubtless do
well for both himself and his
lie schools on April V)
j the pupils will give an entertain
' ment in the opera house to which
; all their friends will be invited.
! The teacher from each room will
i provide some feature on the pro-
grain. One of the chief features
; will be a play entitled "The Kag
: Doll Party," presented by the
! pupils of Professor Twining's
! and Miss James' rooms. Further
; announcement will be made later,
i Meantime everybody should pre
pare to attend and pass an en-
i joyable evening.
Win. Gardiner was in this city
Wednesday from his ranch north
of Magdalena. Mr. Gardiner is
still suffering somewhat from! The children of the Presbv ter
mine a severe accident that nap- I ían aunday scliool gave some
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very appropriate and interesting
Kaster exercises last Sunday
morning. The church was
beautifully dacorated with flow
ers for the occasion. There were
songs and declamations, in which
the little folks acquitted them
selves with great credit. The
teachers must have expended
a great amount of time and
hard work on the preparations
for the exercises, and they must,
also, have experienced genuine
satisfaction in witnessing the
success of their efforts.
Doctor and Mrs. Chas. G.
Duncan entertained some of
their friends at whist last even
ing in honor of Mrs. Paul J.
Terry of El Paso who is visiting
relatives and friends in Socorro.
Mrs. Duncan maintained her
enviable reputation as a hostess.
The guests were Mesdames Paul
Terry, C. T. Brown, Jas. G.
Kitch, R. P. Noble, Jas. K.
Berry. J. W. Terry, and John K.
Griffith, Miss Fitch, and Messrs.
C. T. Brown. J. W. Terry. Jas.
G. Fitch, K. P. Noble, E. K.
Kittrell, O. K. Smith, W. Homer
Hill, John E. Griffith, and E. A.
Rheumatism Make Life Miserable.
A happy home is the most
valuable possession that is with
in the reach of mankind, but
you cannot enjov its comforts if
you are suffering from rheuma
tism. You throw aside business
cares when you enter your home
and you can be relieved from
those rheumatic pains also by
applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. One application will give
you relief and its continued use
for a short time will bring about
a permanent cure. I-or sale by
SAVED THE SCHOOL OF MINES
Good Work Done by Mr. Buraum
Aided by Mesare. Richards,
Green, and Martin.
Commenting upon a recent
editorial in The Chieftain the
Santa Fe New Mexican speaks as
"The Socorro Chieftain feels
very good over the liberality
shown by the recent Legislative
Assembly in making appropriat
ions for the two fiscal years for
the maintenance of the School of
Mines in Socorro and for the
erection of a student's dormitory
for the school. The Chieftain
ought to feel good, but it also
ought to know to whom the great
est credit for this liberality on
the part of the Assembly belongs,
that credit may be given where
it is justly due. It belongs to
Chairman Bursum of the Repub
lican Territorial Central Com
mittee who exerted himself con
stantly during the session for the
bener't of the School of Mines
and of other deserving Territori
al institutions. The administra
tion's plan was if this could pos
sibly be done to abolish the
School of Mines and unite it with
the University of Albuquerque.
"The People's Party contingent"
in the Council from Bernalillo
Countv in the Assembly and the
Albuquerque Morning Fakir
Journal ring did all in their
power to aid this scheme. It
went glimmering because Chair
man Bursum watched out for
the best interests of the people
and of the School of Mines and
because the representatives from
Socorro and Sierra Counties,
namely, Councilman II. B. Rich
ards and Representatives A. K.
Green and Robert Martin stood
solidly and firmly against the
proposed job. This statement is
true and a fact. It will likely
le contradicted by yellow sheets
and people who will receive pay
for such contradiction. That
matters not. I his is to be
Oats, oats, oats for sale at
Geo. IC. Cook's liverv stable.
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There Are Numbers of People
who re under an erroncoua Imprenniou. They think that they never
control enough money to start a bank account. In thl they are tnln
taken. We aolicit small account as well as lare and handle the busi
ness of both with our best care. We believe that YOU ought to have
a bank account and we offer you our services. Whether you live in this
city or in the surrounding towns we can give you all the attention and
accomodation that other carefully conducted banks can, at as favorable
terms and same conditions. HANKING BY MAIL is a specialty with
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Socorro, new ziocxtco,
CAPITAL OO.OOO. 00.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
JOSEPH PRICE. President: C. T. BROWN. Vice-President:
EDWARD L. PRICE. Cashier;
JAMES G. FITCH, M. EOEWENSTEIa.
Are now receiving new goods in all
their departments. Novelties of the
season are being opened every day.
They call especial attention to their
Laces, Embroideries, Ladies' Waist3 fi
White Goods, Latest and Nobbiest Styles
in Wash Goods, &c. &c ,
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We handle a complete line of hardware, anything:
you want. Stoves, ranges, jjasoline and oil stoves,
irraniteware, tinware, Enterprise food choppers,
jjarden tools, nails, iuns, ammunition, harness,
saddles, iron pipe, pipe fittings, plows, drag scrapers,
pumps, buggy shafts, buggy poles, roofing material,
and corrugated iron. ::::::
Newcoinb, Collins & Co.
SAI.K K TIMIII-'K. WaMiMiirlnii. I . -'..
M;irch -7. I1'". N.'.iU.l ImU m.ulntl nutsKlr,
Hid. TimlH-r Salr A jilill.'aliuii, March i!. 1''".
San Maim." a ml utMivwail m the l-'.MVuri'.
Kuret St-rvk'i-. Vahlniri"ii. I. -'.. III r re
ceived u ui ami incluiliiiK the 4 ilay oí May.
l')7, fur all llie merchantable ileail limlier
atancliiiir ami down and all he live timber
marked for cuttinK on a certaiu area uf about
5(Uacre to lie deniirnaied by the loret orticerK,
located on Sec. .11, Al, T. 4 S.. K. 7 W.. Sec.
4, 5, fc, K. . 10, T. S 8.. K. 7 W., N. M.
P. M.. San Mateo National KoreM.New Mexico,
mtiinatetl lo be l.ii,iu feet H. M. nl yellow
nine. No bid. oí le than UM per thouand
feet H. M. will b coiiKidered and a dei-Miit of
fino.UO muat be aenl lo Jamea H. Adam,riiecial
Kiacal Aa-ent, Korea! Service, Wanhinifton, 1).
V., lor each bid aubniitted tolhe Korenler. Tim
ber upon valid claim, la exempted from aale.
The riiflit to reject any and all bid. I reined.
For further iiiformatloii Koverninir ale ad
dreaa Mr. Jumm H. Uatto. ActiitK Kore.t
HuiervÍHir. Mairdalena, N. Me. Wm. I . Cox,
To dry patent leather or other
shoes, heat a pan of bran in the
oven until quite warm, pour this
into the shoes, filling to the top,
wipe the outside with a dry
cloth and rub into the leather
vaseline or sweet oil and let
stand until dry.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEM Fresh vegetables at Winkler's
What is considered to have
lieen quite the most pleasant
social affair of the week was
given by Mrs. C. F. Hlackington
Thursday afternoon at her
pleasant home on McCutchen
avenue where she was hostess,
to the high five club. After a
series of seven games had been
played, the following ladies,
having won five games each,
drew for the prize: Mesdames
John (Jreenwald Sr., Geo. E.
Cook, and Misses Price and
Goodwin. Mrs. Cook was the
lucky one and was presented
with a pretty gold hat pin, after
which dainty refreshments were
Ranch for Rent or Bale.
A ranch with fine grass and
plenty of water for sale or rent
on reasonable terms: T. W,
Medley, Burley, New Mexico.
Two Goon milch cows wanted,
E. E. Eisenhart. Phone 24.