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SATURDAY. DKC. 2.
Whkn Teddy becomes editor
of the Outlook, look out.
Tiik solid south and the solid
Mr. Taft seem to have taken a
very treat liking to each other
What's the use of Teddy's
taking firearm into darkest
Africa? Hi vocabulary would
answer all purposes. Ask Pul
itzer. Mr. Cahnegik says that the
steel trust no longer needs pro
tection. That's just it; the time
has now come when the rest of
It is really almost amusing to
see every little newspaper of the
land that imagines it has a griev
ance against President Koosevelt
now yelping at his heels with a
tine show of courage.
Hai'I-v Nkw Ykak! May the
year of our Lord nineteen hun
dred and nine bring to each read
er of the Chieftain more of good
and less of evil than any other
year of his life has brought.
Ikt us have those New Year's
good resolutions all ready. They
mav not last more than sixty
minutes, but some of us may
thus experience the novel sensa
tion of being virtuous for that
length of time, at least, and that
will be a substantial gain.
If the members of the legisla
tive assembly which is to con
vene in Santa Fe January IS
will do only a small part of the
good work that there will be an
opportunity for them to do they
will merit the approbation and
the everlasting gratitude of their
(jovkhnok Okokgf. Cl'HKV of
New Mexico is authority for the
statement that both his territory
and Arizona will be authorized
to enter the Union as states by
this session of congress. He
says that if such action is not
taken he will never again vote a
republican ticket or hold office
under the party. Wichita Kagle.
It is reported that "Senator
Bailey and Senator Depew threw
back their heads and laughed
loudest" in derision of something
the president had said, which,
by the way, is the first time any
lxxly has heard of a laugh from
either of those oleaginous gents
since the weight the president's
hand practically closed their re
spective unsavory poli t teal ca
If mere notoriety is all that
the New York World and the
Indianapolis News were after,
they certainly have accomplish
ed their purpose; but they no
less certainly have lost prestige,
if they had any, with the sober
minded. Their assault upon
President Koosevelt and the oth
er managers of the Panama can
al purchase once more suggests
the apt statement that "all great
men are barked at more or less."
Tiio.sk having in charge the
drafting of the proposed new
tariff law will doubtless find food
for reflection in the following
utterance of Mr. Tail's: "Bet
ter to have no revision at all un
less we are going to honestly
and favorably revise the tariff
on the basis promised by our
party." This "in English as
she is spoke" means neither
more nor less than, "No man
In bulletin just issued by the
United States Geological Surrey
on the production of precious and
other metals for the year l'K)7
New Mexico has a prominent
place. The territory's output of
gold for the year was 15,'Mft fine
ounces worth $330,000. In silver
the output was 5',500 fine
ounces with a value ot $.V)5,700.
The increase in silver production
for the year over the preceding
year was 14ó,100 fine ounces,
which was the greatest increase
shown by any state in the Union
with the exception of Nevada.
The production of copper for the
same period, mine returns, ag
gregated ÍO.'V'O.OIS pounds, which
puts the territory in the seventh
place in the rank of states for
that year. Santa Fe New Mexi
AN AROUMENT FOR STATEHOOD
Count the Los Angeles Kx
aminer among the friends of
New Mexico. A recent issue of
that paper contained a friendly
boost for statehood in the follow
"New Mexico, which demands
that its people be invested with
the full rights of American cit
i.enship, is far richer in popula'
tion and wealth of manufactures
than was California or were most
of the states when they bore
their new stars into the nation.
"During the year just closing,
the coal mines of New Mexico
will have produced 2,500,000
tons of coal and 225,000 tons of
coke; her lumber mills have turn
ed out over 100.000,000 feet of
lumber; the territory's wealth
has increased $25,000,000. The
population is half a million and
homeseekers are coming in at the
rate of 75,000 a year. New
Mexico has 5,000,000 head of
sheep and exports 100,000 head
of cattle annually. Irrigation
projects now in course of con
struction will irrigate half a mil
lion acres of land at a cost of
"California sprang full-fledged
into the galaxy of states without
pas-ring through a probationary
period as a territory. Hut the
citizens of this commonwealth
can sympathize with the great
southwestern territory in her
gallant and just fight to enjoy
the privileges, independence and
prestige of a sovereign state.
Marked for Death.
"Three years ago I was marked
for death. A grave-yard cough
was tearing my lungs to pieces
Doctors failed to help me and hope
had tied, when my husband got
Dr. King's New Discovery," says
Mrs. A. C. Williams, of Bac, Ky.
"The first dose helped me and
improvement kept on until I had
gained 5S pounds in weight and
my health was fully restored."
This medicine holds the world's
healing record for coughs and
colds and lung and throat diseases.
It prevents pneumonia. Sold
under guarantee at all druggists.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Team Crowned in the Oila.
The tine bay team of the Ten
derfoot corral was drowned in
the (ila at Cliff yesterday morn
ing while the driver and a com
mercial traveler were attempting
to ford it, on their way to Mog
ollón. The occupants of the
vehicle barely escaped with their
lives. Max Miller left at once
for the scene of the accident and
in a telephone message states
that he has recovered the rig
and the drummer's trunks, which
had washed down the river.
Both were badly damaged.
Silver City Enterprise.
This Is Worth Reeding.
Leo F. Zelinski, of S Gibson
St., Buffalo, N. Y., says:" I
cured the most annoying cold
sore I ever had. with Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. I applied this
salve once a day for two days,
when every trace of the sore was
gone." Heals all sores. Sold
under guarantee at all druggists.
Try the new laundry, Ilubb's.
The best steam laundry in the
southwest. Agency located at
New'a barber shop.
Marlow was three years old.
One day his mother said to him:
'Now, Marlow, you may go out
doors to play for a while, but if
see you crossing the street to
play with that naughty little boy.
Willie Burr, again, I'll give you
a hard, hard spanking."
Half an hour later the mother
ooked out after her boy and saw
him playiog with Willie Burr.
She raised the window and called.
with forced gentleness:
"Marlow, come here to me."
Marlow came, but as he did so.
he turned to his companion and
"You stay wight here, Willie,
'm doin' in to det spanked. I'll
be wight back."
A Tosy Landlord.
Every little while the Italian
proprietor of the Ninth ward
summer garden would walk to
the center of the garden with a
patron and take his idea of how
to decorate it, what should be
done with the balconies, etc.; for
it is possible since the alterations
to dine there either Komeo or
Juliet, an one pleases, on the
balcony or below it.
"He is a foxy fellow," said a
customer, who sat by. Lver
since he began fixing this place
he has waltzed one or two out
each night and asked advice.
Then he has done it all just ex
actly to suit himself." N. Y.
Medicine That la Medicine.
"I have suffered a good deal
with malaria and stomach com
plaints, but I have now found
a remedy that keeps me well,
and that remedy is Electric Bit
ters: a medicine that is medicine
for stomach and liver troubles,
and for run down conditions,"
says W. C. Kiestler, of Halliday,
Ark. Electric Bitters purify and
enrich the blood, tone up the
nerves, and impart vigor and
energy to the weak. Your money
will be refunded if it fails to
help you. 50c at all druggists.
It is related that a farmer vis
iting New York wandered with
his wife into a theater where one
of the gloomiest of gloomy Ibsen
plays was in progress.
For about half an act the good
couple listened in puzzled silence
to the mournful remarks thrown
out by the group of Norwegians
infesting the stage. Then at
last, after a particularly harrow
ing prediction of sudden death to
everybody in the last act, the
farmer turned to his wife with
"Say, Mandy, I'm darned if
this is "The Merry Widow.
When the Woman Fainted.
A traveling rn&n was in
smoking car when a man rushed
in from the car behind evidently
in a great agitation and said
"Has any one in this car any
whisky? A woman in the other
car has fainted."
Instantly a dozen flasks were
produced. The man who had
asked for it picked out the larg
est one. drew the cork and put
the bottle to his lips. With a
long, satisfied sigh, he handed
the flask back and remarked
"That did me a lot of good. 1
needed it, for it always makes
me ill to see a woman faint
A Dangerous Operation
is the remaval of the appendix
by a surgeon. No one who takes
Dr. Ling's New Life Pills is ever
subject to this frightful ordeal.
Ther work so quietly you don't
feel them. They cure constipa
tion, headache, biliousness and
malaria. 25c at all druggists.
'make me sick."
"I should think nearly every
body would make vou sick," re
"Reciprocity, you know."
The Catholic Standard and
The Blood Is The Iiib."
Scltince has nnver Rone beyond the
above simple tateme nt ot scripture. But
It bat Illuminated that statement and
given It a meaning ever broadening with
the Increasing breadth ot knowledge.
When the blood It "bad or impure, it
U not alone the body which duffers
through disrate The brain Is also
clouded, Vi mind and Judgement are
ted, aniTsvuny an evil deed or Impure
tboyhtynJrjesAtroctly traced to the
Impomy j( tHe uTrsatD Foul. Impure Mqq
ran on mane nnre ny ..... U ir
I'terce's tnlden Medical Discovery, Jr
curiches and nnntw the 1.11 thereby
curing, pimples, blotches, eruption! and
other cutaneous affections, as eczema,
tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other
manifestations ot Impure blood.
In the cure, of scrofulous swellings, en
larged glands, open eating ulcers, or old
sores, the (iolden Med ical Discovery "has
performed the most marvelous cures. In
cases of old sore, or open eating ulcers.
It Is well to apply to the open sores Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which pos
sesses wonderful healing potency when
used as an application to the sorea In con
junction with the use of "Golden Medical
Discovery "as a blood cleansing consti
tutional treatment. If your druggist
don't happen to have the "All Ilenllng
Salve" In stock, you can easily procure It
by Inclosing fifty-four cents In postage
stamps to Dr. It. V. Pierce, 603 Main SI,
Buffalo, N. ., and It will come to you by
return post. Most druggisM keep It u
well as the 'Golden Medical Discovery."
You can't afford to accept any medicine
of unJoioirn wmposlrton as a substitute
for'Golden Medical Discovery," which Is
a medicine or now.i composition,
having a completo list of Ingredients In
plain English on Its bottle-wrapper, the
tame being attested ascorre t under oh th.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulata
tad Invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Of Two Evils, Etc.
My neighbor, writes a corres
pondent, has four young son.
whom he and his wil duly lead
to church every Sunday, Justas
the sermon was alut to begin
last Sunday one of the boys was
observed to look very uncomfort
able, and, having explained the
nature of his sufferings, was sent
home. His younger brother, in
an urgent whisper, demanded of
his mother: "Where's Tom
"He's gone home."
"The mother whispered, low:
"He's got toothache."
And the lad, as he sat up to
listen to the preacher, muttered
in a stage whisper: "Lucky
E. I,. Smart sells bread. Try
Mile. Genee, the dancer, at
ladies' luncheon in her honor in
New York, said:
"I am glad to see that Ameri
can women are not using powder
in the ridiculous manner that pre
vails abroad. Over there the
powder is, really, laid on nuite
"They say a London man re
marked the other day to a friend
" 'But if it was pitch dark, and
she said nothing, liow can you
be sure that you kissed your wife's
cousin by mistake?
"It was,' the other answered,
'a different brand of powder."
II yea are aet, It la alfa el
disease, a slfa el tome hiddea
km sic trouble, till auy be ander
mining and wesitnlnj yoer con
stitution, aoa laying lor yoe
much future taflerlaf.
.Many taoasaads el weak, If
j "J regular, lefferlag wofflea hive, la
the east SI years, leca greatly
benefited or cared by the ase el
tbsl weD-kflowa, sacccuhd, tarely
vegetable, female teak aad cura
Apple 0. Barnes, el Alto, Tex
writest "I caagbt cold, which
made me Irregaiar aad gave me
palos la my sboaldera aad aides.
For almost 2 weeks I ceald sot
lilt a chair. Cardal brought me
all right agaiaj I have ae more
pains aad am la very good
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
luting a-a and describing? symp
toms, lo odia Adviaory Drut.,
The Otittano Medicine Co.,
Clmttitnootfii, Tvnn. B 14
Tfe C A
NOTICE 07 SHERirrS BALE.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of writ of execution is
sued out of the District Court within
and for the county of Socorro, and
Territory of New Mexico, on the 2Jrd
day of November, 19(8, by one of
which writs I am commanded to make
out of the Roods and chattels, lands
and tenements of David Haca, and
Jone de la Crux Lopez, defendants, the
sum of S150.00damageaandil.7.Scosts,
which, by the judgment of aaid Di
trict Court, at the June term thereof,
Km? ' V, n rio It Allaire. rrnvrd
againiit aaid defendants; by another j
ot which writs I am commanded that
of the goods, chattels, landa and teñe- i
mcnts of David Uaca, Jose de la Cruz 1
Lopez, David Gonzales, Silverio Cha
vez, Francisco Padilla, Andalecio Lo
pez and Tere o Lopez, the aum of
jv.25, costs of suit, which by the judg
ment of said District Court the aaid
Charlea I). Allaire recovered against
said last-named defendants at aaid
June term, VKfi; and by the third of
said writs I am commanded that of the
goods and chattels, lauds and tene
ments of David Baca.Kilberto C. Daca,
tjuerinu Uaca and George Keid.I make
the sum of .01 damages and Hl.io bal
ance of coxU of suit which, by the judg
ment of laid District Court, Charles
H. Klmendorf et al. recovered against
aid last-named defendant at said
une term, I'M", together with interest
on said respective amounts of dam
ages and costs at the rate of 6 percent.
ix.-r annum on the tint two of saia
judgments from June bth, 1907, and
on the third ot sata judgment irom
June 20th, 117, also all costs that
1 have levied upon all the right, tit e
and interest of the aaid David Uaca in
and to the following described lands
and real estate within aaid County ol
txjoorro, and territory of New Mexico,
Tract 1 in c. 32, township 4 south,
range 1 east ut small holdings claim
No. It'', as dccriled by the govern
ment surveys ot the United Mates,
and for which a patent issued from
the I tilted Mates to said David Haca
on May 18lh, 190b:
Also lot in the old town of san An
tonio with house thereon north of
Plaza containing front north to south
ulnjut 100 yards and from east to west
Ni yards: Hounded ou north by lot ot
Jesus Kibaly; on south by house and
lot of r eiipe Jterual; on east by public
road and Catholic biirying-ground and
on west by public road which runs
into said iov.ii, being the same prem
ises conveyed to said David uaca by
Juaquui Contreras and Cleofias Ara-
gona de Coutreras, his wife, by deed
oated July 14, 190b, and recorded in
liook till, at page 143, in the olhce of
the Recorder ot said Socorro county.
Also another lot in said did lowu
of San Antonio with house thereon
containing 50 ft. from east to west in
width and 9 ft. from north to south
in length; bounded ou north by lot of
Mauricio Miera, ou south by public
way, east by a lot and houses of Juan
Douragan and Adolfo Gonzales; west
by lot of Luis Homero, being the same
premises conveyed by Kafaeuta ra-
üilla de Bustos to David Uaca by deed
dated Aug. 20, 1906, Recorded B. 60, I.
104, in the olhce of aaid Recorder.
And will sell at public auction ou
the 4th day of January, A. D. 1909, at
the front door of the Socorro county
court house, at the hour of ten a. m..
at public auction, all of the right,
title and interest of said David Uaca
in and to each of said lota and parcels
of land or so many thereof as may
be necessary to aatiafy the aforesaid
judgments, with interest and the costs
of executing said writs.
Socorro, N. M.. December 5th, l'JOH.
Anickto C. AbHVTlA.
Sheriff of Socorro county
Territory of New Mexico, County of
Socorro. In the District Court, Sit
ting in Bankrupt cases.
In the Matter of j
JasMT N. Uroyles
A bankrupt. )
On this 9th day of December, A. D.
1'HIH, ou reading the petition of Jas
per N. Uroyles, a bankrupt, for his
dischaige, it is ordered:
That a hearing be had upon the
same on the 13 day of January, 1909,
before said court, at Las Cruces, in
the said district, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, and that a copy
of this order be published in The So
corro Chieftain, a newapaper printed
in said district, and that all known
creditors and other persona in interest
may appear at the said time and place
and show cause, if any they have,
why the prayer of the said petitioner
should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the
court, that the clerk of this court send
by mail to all known creditors copies
of said petition and this order, ad
dressed to them at their places of res
idence so far as known.
Witness the Honorable Frank W.
Parker, judge of the said court, and
the seal thereof, at Socorro, New Méx.,
this 9th day of October, A. D. 1908.
(Seal William E. Mamtin,
Testamento y Voluntad de Juliana
A Miguel Padia, Andrea Chavez y
Padilla. Ciihtoilio Chavez, Silveria
Padilla, Juan Padilla, Abel Padilla,
Vicente Padilla, Clara Padilla, Mari
eno Silva, y ú todos quienes concierna,
Noticia es por esta dada, que el dta
27 de Noviembre, A. D. 1908, el Testa
mento y Ultima Voluntad de Juliana
Palia ultimanente del Condado de So
corro y Territorio de Nuevo Mexico,
fué ofiecido para ser aprobado en la
Corte de Pruebas del Condado de So
corro, Territorio de Nuevo Mexico.
Cualquiera y todas las personas que
deseen hacer objección á la aprobación
de dicho testamento, son por esta no
tificadas de estar presentes el día 1ro,
de Marzo, A. D. 1909, a u 10 de la
mañana de dicho día y demonstrar
causa, si hay alguna, porque dicho I
testamento no debe ser aprobado.
Testifica a mi mano y el sello de
dicha Corte de Pruebas, eu uii oficina
en Socorro, Nuevo Mexico, este día
10 de Diciembre, A. D. 1909.
E. H. Swkht.
Escribano de la Corte de Pruebas.
By J. A. Tommks, Deputy.
Chickens, fresh vegetables,
fish, and oysters every Friday at
Fischer's meat market.
LOCAL TIMF. A BLF..'
3:00 a m Passenger.
3:00 a m
1:20 p m
4:l5 p mi... Fast Freight.
m1... Local Freight... M:"" m
No 99 and loi) carry passengers be
tween Albuquerque and San Marcial.
Daily except Sunday.
7:45 a m Lv. .ocorro. .Ar 12:10 pm
S O C O R R (1
LODGE. No. 9. A.
F A A. M.-Regu-Isr
com mu n n -tions
of each mouth.
Visiting bretnern cordially invitrd.
H. M, Doi r.HKKTV, W. M.
C. (i. Di'.vcan. S-r.retary.
S ICORRO CHAPTER N .. H. R. A. v.
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PYTHIAN SISTERS T.-mi.ie
? -.HViriilar nieetmiri Iir!
third Thursdays of each nnnHh.
Mks J. K liKlfHTH
Mks. V. H. HiU.. M. E. C.
M. of R. and C.
tC OP I.
LODGE, No. 3, K.
of P. Regular
meeting every Wed
nesday evening at
8 o'clock at Castle
hall. Visiting knights given a cordia
welcome. M. Iokwknstkin, C. C
S. C. Mkek, K. of R. and S.
J. R. VIGIL
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THE ONLY UCLNStD CITY Bit POSTLR
Socorro, New Mexico.
South Side Barber Shop
My shop is newly equipped
and clean. The only shop
that guarantees its work, es
pecially its hair cutting.
Patronage respectfully solicited.
D. V. SANCHEZ,
A Closing Out Sale
For the next 30
days I offer my
Boots and Shoes at Cost Prices
My summer goods
must go to make
room for winter
For Cash Only
Socorro, N. M.
Order your wall paper from J.
R. Vigil at cost.
Call at The Chieftain office for
your fancy stationery.