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íljc Socorro (íljicftaiiu
finj A'tcrc is Rever a qucsiion as to 1
Buff Leghorn rggs, $1.50 for a
setting, (ood stock. Inquire of
Don't fail to hear Dr. McClary
at the opera house next Monday
evening. Popular prices.
O.icar K'.'deinan of Magdalena
was registered among the guests
at the Winkler hotel yesterday
C. T. Drown returned Sunday
morn in n from a few days' visit
at his mining property in the vi
cinity of Herniosa.
There was the usual Palm
Sunday procession last Sunday
from the church of San Miguel
to the plaza and return.
K. S. Stapleton is building an
addition to his residence on Mt.
Carmel avenue and otherwise
improving his property.
Johnnie Olguin, aged seven
years, had the misfortune to
break his arm in two places last
Sunday while playing ball.
Misses Lela and Hazel Howell
and little Miss Dorothy Bowman
were passengers out to Magda
lena on Tuesday morning's train.
At a regular communication of
Socorro Lodge No. A. F. and
A. M.. Tuesday evening, J. I).
Louks was passed to the degree
Capt M. Cooiiey returned
home Sunday from a point cigli-
teen miles south of Palomas, i
where he and his son Charles are
developing some mining pros
pects that promise well.
Mrs. Agatha Diddle, who was
in Socorro two or three weeks as
a guest in the home of her broth
er. John (ireenwald, Sr., left i
Tuesday morning for her home j
in South l'.-nd. Indiana.
-w.ki ..." i ,rs Zrt - rm tt r ntiArfiAn m rv fsv M J í
1 6 :.e absolute purity and beallh-
jj3 of food raised with
r::;:rT m Liu
bin mi &hw
A pure, cream of tartar powd; r
IFIJ No níurn; no phosphate of lime
Trn n n n imp
There will be a notable wed
ding in Socorro next Wednesday
morning. The invitations read
as follows: "Yourself and fam
ily are very respectfully invited
to attend the wedding of our
children, Dellina Torres and Ks
tevan Zimmerly, which will be
celebrated the 22nd day of April,
A. D. r0S, at 7 a. m. at the
Catholic church of San Miguel
in Socorro, N. M., and from
there to a refreshment at the
house of J. K. Torres, and the
same night to a ball which will
be given at the (arda opera
Josk K. Tokrks.
P.vri.nw T. Zim.micki.v."
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Pf.paktmknt oh thk Intkkjoh,
Land Office at La Cruces. N. M.,
April l'KW. f
Notice is hereby given that Charle
W. Eaton of Clyde, N. M., has filed
notice of his intention to make final
commutation proof in Htipport of hit
claim, viz: lloinestoail entry No. 4721
made Apr. 17, l', for the NKU Stt'V
Sec. H, NS SV,'4 H'H Si:( MCtion
, townhi) H S., range 4 V., anJ that
raid proof will be made before K. 11.
Sweet, at Socorro, N. M., on Mav 2?,
. He names the following witn-Kse-i
to prove his Continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of the land, vi.:
Juan Sanchez. Atanacio Chaves, Ju.-.u
Albino Trujillo, Hijimo llaea, all .f
San Marcial. N. M.
ICuc.KNK Van Patti-n.
Advertise in the Chieftain.
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lh Cut Represents 1
We will (live 'Away
Next Christmas to the
party1 bringing to us
the largest numb T of
our commutation cards
Mailed to You
For Instruction or see
us and we will explain
There will be Easter services
at the Presbyterian church to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock.
Special and appropriate music
has been prepared for the occas
sion. All are cordially invited
Notice of Forfeiture.
To II, P. Huff: You re hereby noti
fied that the undersigned co-owner in
the Lucky mining claim, a copy of the
location notice of which is recorded in
book 53. at page 402, and in book 59, at
page hH, in the office of the recorder of
aid Socprro county, and which claim
i Rituatcd in the San Andreas moun
tains in the Socorro mining district,
Socorro county, lerntorr of NewMe
ico, have performed and caused to be
performed and expended in labor and
improvements upon the above mining
claim during the year ending Decem
ber 1st, A. li. l)7, the sum of $ne
hundred dollars ($100), in order to hold
the same under the provision of Sec
tion 2.124 of the Revised Statutes of
the United States; and if, within
ninety days after the full publica
tion of this notice, you fail or refuse
to contribute your proportion of said
expenditure as such co-owner, your in
terest in said nuiiing claim will become
the property of the undersigned as is
provided by said section 2J24 of the
Kcvised Statntes of the United States.
G. A. SHULE,
S. C. HALL,
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers
Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers
Hercules Powder Mine and Mill
High Explosives Supplies
jC? Mail Orders Solicited j&
II3-II5-II7 South First Street
401-403 North First Street
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Notice of Forfeiture.
To II. P. Huff: You are hereby noti
fied that the undersigned co-owner in
the Tenderfoot mining claim, a copy of
the location notice of which is record
ed in book 53 at page 477, in the office
of the recorder of said Socorro county,
ami which claim is Hituateu in the San
Andrea mountains in the Socorro
mining district, Socorro county, Terri
tory of New Mexico, has performed
ami caiiHcd to be performed and ex
pended in labor and improvements
upon the above mining c aim during
the year ending December 31t, 19U7,
the Mini of one hundred d llar il00,
in order to hold the same under the pro
viaioiiM of Section 2i24 of the Kevised
Statutes of the United States; and if,
within ninety ('() days after the full
publication of this notice, you fail or
refuse to contribute your propor
tion "Í Maid expenditure as such co
owner, your interest in waul mining
claim will become the property of the
underpin ued as is provided by said
t .ret ion 1S2 of ihc Kevised Statutes
of the United States.
CKONtJB A. SHULE,
Oscuro. N. Mex.
SAI.K 'f TIMItKK.WaHliinirton. I. C, March
2h. r.'. Sealed Iti.ls iiiarktil iititHutp'Mlicl, Tim
Iter S;iif Aj t itration. Nnvetnlier 21. lib, lla
.' and aililresHCtl lotlii Krtter, Forrt Sr-
iee. Washington. I. C. will te received up to
:t ii.l inelihliiiL' tht Utli riav of May, 1'fcJH, tor all
ihe men lianlalilf teail timber Mtandiitir suit
ili it. .nl all the live timtsT marked tor cutting
hv t lie l-'nret otlicers on a designated area of
aNail fu jiT'-h, located witliln Set's. 9 and 15,
T II S.. K. I'' W.. S. M. I'. M..iila S National
!", ,i ; e-ttnialed to Is- Ss.niw leel B. M. of west
i'i n yelli. pine antl liou rlas lir sawtlmlver, lif
... ale. :nel Stdal curds of western yellow pine,
li.aulaH lir. oak, cottonwiMNl, ami alder fuel
imi. niori'iir li'hs. No bid of less than Si per
thousand l.et It. M.. for sawtimber and 25 cents
fH'ri'ttnl for fuel wood will lie considered and a
ileHiHii ol must !e sent to II. II. Cramer,
I- i-.ea) AL'ent. Forest Service, Washinirton. I.
C, for each bid submitted to the Forester. Tim
ber upon valid claims Is exempted from sale.
Tt:e i iL'lit to reieet any or all bids Is reserved.
For further information and regulations ifov
ertiiiií sales. aitdn.s Douglas Kislman, Acting
l-'oresi StiHrvisor. Silver City, New Mexico.
Wm. T. COX, Acting Forester.
i WT'iitnovrvTijrT i
Notice is hereby given that, by virtue
of an execution issued out of the Dis
trict t'ettrt of Socorro county on March
l.sih, I'JOH, upon a judgment recovered
by (ieorge A. Alden against James O.
Naliours and Alice R. Nabours, in said
District Court on December 2nd. l'07,
for the Hit ni of $l,t).V).U0 damages and
2H.45 costs of suit, with interest there
on at the rate of eight per cent per
annum and also by virtue of another
execution issued out of the District
Court of the county of Lincoln on
March 12lh, l'AW, upon a judgment re
covered in said last named Court on
the 7th day of March, l'JOS, by James
(i. Fitch against the said James ().
Xabors and Alice L. Nabours, for the
sum of 02SXU damages and $29-00
costs of suit, with interest thereon at
the rate of twelve percent per annum,
which said execiit.ous are to me direct
ed and whereby I am commanded shat,
of the goods and chattels, lands and
tenements, of the said James O. la
bours and Alice E, Nabours, in -my
County, I cause to lie made the said
respective amounts of damages and
costs with interest, and also the costs
that may accrue.
I have levied upon, and will sell, on
the 4th day of May, A. D. l'JOS, at the
hour of twelve o'clock noon, at the
Oscura Kanch, also known as Nabours
'fank, in the Uscura Mountains in said
county of Socorro, at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described goods and chattels,
let) head of cattle branded A Non left
side; lot) head of cattle branded II EN
on left neck and side; 2 cows branded J
A X on left side, subject to a mortgage
given by said James O. Nabours and
Alice K, Naliours to (í. Pray Smith,
dated June Anh, 19IH., recorded in book
57 at page ISo, in the oflice of the Re
corder of Socorro county, which mortg
age is now held by the Socorro State
Hank and Uhii which there is now
due the sum of i4,Hu0.00, with interest.
Also free from any mortgage, S head
of stock and saddle horses branded J
on left shoulder, 3 head of horses, one
branded II on right thigh and one
branded f Jf on left hip, and one
branded X on left hip, 1 heavy wagon,
1 light wagon and 2 sets of harness.
By virtue of said executions, I have
also levied upon, and will sell, on the
7th day of May, A. D. 14UM, at the
hour of ten o'clock, a. ni., at the front
door of the Socorro county court house,
in the city of Socorro, at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described lauds and tenements,
N. K. of S. E. of Sec. 22 Tp. 9
S. K. ttlC, being the 40 acre tract of
laud npoii which the Moon-shiue
Spring is situated, free from Incum
brances. Also S. 1 of N. W. 1-4 and N. of
S. V. 1-4, Sec. 2i; N. K. 1-4, of 8. E, 1-4
Sec. 33 and N. i of N. W, 1-4, Sec. 28,
all in Tp. 8 S. K. b E., subject to the
lieu of the above described mortgage.
Anickto C. Abbvtia,
Sheriff of Socorro County, N. M.
Socorro, N. M., April 3, I'KW.
WHAT MAKES A BANK STRONG ?
In judging a bank, always remember that it is Capital,'
Surplus and Undivided Profits that give security to the
depositor, because that money is what stands between you
as a depositor and any possible shrinkage in the securities
held by the bank.
With the watchful interest of the management, and a very
capable and conservative board of directors, The Socorro State
.Hunk in less than two years has built up a large and grow
ing business, and with our
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS
of $36,000.00 give assurance of absolute security for ur more
than Ninety-five thousand dollars deposits.
If you are not a customer of this bank, let this be your in
vitation to become one.
The Socorro State Bank
Socorro, N. M.
. . I
...FREE FREE FREE...
We have placed 12 talking machines 'n stock, which we will give
away upan the return of cash checks given' for pttrch ises of Dry floods,
flroieriei. Shoes and Sh:ll Hardware.
GRAND BUSY-BEE DISC K MACHINES
This Machine Is Equipped with All the Latest Improvements
Mobley's Wonderful Sound Box and Morning Glory Horn gives a
wonderful volume of music, reproducing the human voice in all its
rich, sweet tones.
We will be prepared to furnish you with the famous Busy-Bee Rec
ords at the low prices of
7-Inch Records, 33c. 10-Inch Records, 60c. 13-inch Records, :. 00
New Records every 30 days. We ask you to call and inspect our
complete line of goods, and assure you full value for every dollar spent
at out store.
A "cash check" is a check given with cash purchases, "accounts
paid" not considered as "cash purchases."
Rio Grande Supply Co.
DARING HOLD-UP AT KELLY
A. J. Smith, Prominent New York
Broker, Believed of Wad of
The thrilling story of a daring
hold-up Sunday evening in the
vicinity of Kelly was told in So
corro the first of the week by
members of a party of Tri-Bullion
officials and some of their New
York friends who had just re
turned from a visit of inspection
at the Tri-Bullion company's
famous Kelly mine. As nearly as
the members of the party could
determine from the somewhat
confused statements of the victim
of the hold-up, the facts of the
case were as follows:
A. J. Smith, a prominent New
York broker, and Samuel W.
Traylor, head of the Travlor
Engineering company of No. 2
Kector street, New York, and
also a director in the Tri-Bullion
company, were returning at 7:30
o'clock in the evening from the
office at the Kelly mine to their
hotel, when three men, one an
American and the other two Mex
icans, all disguised with shawls
over their heads, suddenly stepped
from behind a bunch of grease
wood, presented a deadly looking
weapon to the breast of each of
their victims, and gave the per
emptory order "Hands up!" The
order was promptly obeyed. Mr.
Traylor was told to stand aside,
however, and Mr. Smith was in
formed that he was the man
wanted. The victim begged hard
for his life, and Mr. Traylor
quickly advised him to surrender
his valuables without protest.
The advice was promptly fol
lowed, Mr. Smith handing over a
roll of money amounting to about
$160. Messrs. Traylor and Smith
were then allowed to go on their
way withjout further molestation.
The latter was somewhat nervous
when he reached the hotel, but as
j soon as the facts of the hold-up
, became known he was quite over
whelmed with expressions of
sympathy from other members of
the party. He is not likely soon
to forget that evening's thrilling
experience in the wild and woolly
THE BECKER-MACTAVISH CO.
A Change of Name but a Continu
ance of Former Business Policy.
The following announcement
by one of the strongest and saf
est mercantile concerns in New
Mexico explains itself:
Magdalena, N. M., Apr. 6, 1908
To our friends and customers:
We beg to advise that the
name of the Bcxker-Bla'ckwell
Co. has been changed to the
Becker-Mactavish Co., who will
pay all indebtedness and receive
all moneys due the rompany.
The same officers and direc
tors have been re-elected, and
the conservative business policy
of our company which has prov
ed so successful in the past will
Yours very truly,
Thk Bkckkk-Mactavish Co.
David Baca, son of Conrado A.
Baca of this city, and Miss Ama
lia Valencia, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jose Valencia of Santa Pe,
will be married in Santa Fe Mon
day. It is understood that the
bride and groom will make their
home in Socorro,
L. A. McRae, a stockman of
the vicinity of Magdalena, was
a gtwst at the Winkler hotel