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Testamento y Voluntad de Juliana
A Miguel Pailia, Andrea Chavez y
Padilla, Custodio Chavez, Silveria
Padilla, Juan Padilla, Abel Padilla,
Vicente Padilla, Clara Padilla, Mari
fino Silva, y á tKloKiiieiie concierna,
Noticia es por esta dada, que el día
27 de Noviembre, A. D. 1W8, el Teg
mento y Ultima Voluntad de Juliana
Padia ultimanente del Condado de So
corro y Territorio de Nuevo Mexico,
fué ofrecido para Her aprobado en la
Corte de Prueba del Condado de So
corro, Territorio de Nuevo Mexico.
Cualquiera y toda las personas que
deseen hacer objección ú la aprobación
de dicho testamento, son por eta no
tificadas de estar presentes el dia 1ro,
de Marzo, A. 1). I'M, á las 10 de la
mañana de dicho día y demonstrar
causa, si hay alguna, porque dicho
testamento no debe ser aprobado.
Testifica a mi mano y el sello de
dicha Corte de Pruebas, en mi oficina
en Socorru, Nuevo Mexico, este día
10 de Diciembre, A. l. 1J09.
E. H. SwKHT,
Escribano de la Corte de Pruebas.
Ity J. A. Tokkks, Deputy.
Try the new laundry, Hubb's.
The best steam laundry in the
southwest. Agency located at 1 LOCALS
David Haca of San Antonio is
amone today's riiitors in the
A new stock of Mexican drawn
work ha just been received at
John Kcddin arrived in town
the first of the week to spend the
holiday with his family.
There war a largely attended
dance last night at the hall of
the Spanish-American Alliance.
A general good time is reported,
V. K. Cook of Kelly has been
in the city yesterday and today.
Mr. Cook is about to open a meat
market at hi old stand in Kelly.
John Hecker, II. L. Beagle,
l'red Winn, and K. A. liahhis
were anions the euests from
Magdalena at the Winkler hotel
Capt. and Mrs. T. J. Matthew?
dispensed graceful Christinas
hospitality to a larire nuinlx-r of
their friends at their coy. y home
on North California strrrt. dur
ing Christmas dar.
The Knights of Pvthias hall
was the scene of Christmas fes
tivities last nitfht. The young
people of the city gave a dance
that was uite well attended and
very much enjoyed.
Conductor P. J, Savage took a
day off last Sund .y and spent it
on a visit in Kl Paso. Mr. Sav
aire speaks enthusiastically of
the growth and progress of the
thriving city down the valley.
Ismael Ortega, county commissioner-elect
from San Marcial,
was in town Tuesday. While
here Mr. Ortega provided an of
ficial lond which he will submit
to the proper authorities at the
Hermas lilanchard died of
pneumonia at Kelly Wednesday
morning. Mr. Blanchard had
been a resident of Water Canon
for many years, but for a short
time before his deatli he had
leen at work for C. T. Brown at
the Kelly mine.
A. L. Heister has leased the
Sickles House property near the
depot and expects to make that
place of public entertainment
worthy of the patronage of old
patrons and new. Mr. and Mrs.
Heister took posession of the
property a week ago.
Lieutenant Kobert W. Lewis
of tfie territorial mounted police
force arrifed at his Socorro home
Monday from a trip on official
business into northern New Mex
ico and Colorado, He reported
that genuine winter was prevail
ing up in that part of the world.
P. K. Fuller of Datil was in
Socorro Monday and left the
next morning for the state of
New 'York where he will visit
until the month of May. Mr.
Fuller and his partner, Mr. Lam
bert, sold a bunch of
about two weeks ago to
(iatlin. LXJ , I
Mrs. John A. Hunter and in
fant non arrived in Socorro'.Tues
day morning from Ohio, where
they had been guests of rela
tives for several months. Mr.
Hunter and family will soon oc
cupy t lie residence now occu"
pied by Mrs. Driacoll near north !
California street. !
Mrs. M. M. Stewart and two!
children arrived in Socorro yes
terday morning and are guests in
the home of Mrs. Stewart's par-
ents, Doctor and Mrs. Abernathy. I
The visitors have just spent i
three or four months in Colorado
and are now on their way to !
their home in Mexico. I
Chas. II. Sperling received the I
usual hearty greeting from his
many Socorro friends while he ;
was here from San Antonio.'
Mr. Sperling said that he expect Í
ed his son Frank home for the 1
Christmas holidays from Mesilla i
Park, where he is now a student .
at lite Agricultural College.
The children of the Episcopal
Sumlay school were given a
Christmas tree 1 hursdav even
ing in the Knights of Pythias
hall. There was a Santa Clau?,
the tree was laden with presents
; for all, and the little ones went
! through with llieir part ot the
! program ot reciting and singing
i in a fashion that was a pleauie
I to behold.
j Misses Katheriue and Lucy
; Fitch arrived in Socorro the tirst
j of the week and will bo guests
i ot relatives here lor a lew days.
Miss Katherine is superintend
ent of Fabiola hospital in Oak
land, California, and Miss Lucy
is a teacher in one of the schools
of Cleveland, Ohio. Their com
ing was a pleasant surprise to
relatives and friends.
Mrs. II. II. Howard and three
little daughters of Long Beach,
California, have been guests in
the home of Mrs. Howard's sis-
ter, Mr. II. O. Bursum, this
week. The visitors will go from
here to Silver City and Leopold
for a visit with other relatives
Mrs. Howard is pleasantly re
membered by many whom she j
met in Socorro on former oc-
Mrs. Jose tita Jaramillo de Baca,
wife of Don Severo A. Baca,
died at the family residence on
Park street Thursday evening at !
5 o'clock. Funeral services were I
conducted from the family resi-!
denceand thechurchof San Miguel
at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon in
the presence of a large concourse
of sorrowing relatives and
friends. Mrs. Baca was a most
estimable woman, highly es
teemed and respected by all who
were fortunate enough to know
her. She leaves a husband and two
daughters, Mrs. Jose Castillo and
Miss Kulinita, to mourn her loss.
Mrs. Jas. F. Berry and Mr. and
Mrs. John IC. (íriílith t invited a
large number of their relatives
and friends to partake of Christ
mas cheer at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Griffith, and the hospi
tality that was dispensed will
dwell long and pleasantly in the
the memory of all who were
fortunate enough to share it.
The home was appropriately and
beautifully decorated for the oc
casion. There was a profusion
7b fr "w
For making quickly and perfectly
delicious hot biscuits, cake and
pastry. Renders the food more
iastyy nutritious and wholesome.
No alum, no lime phosphate
The government and food authorities have
enabled the housekeeper to protect her
family from the alum baking powder.
They require that the label shall give her
warning. She must buy from the label and
decline any powder which the label does
not show to be made from cream of tartar.
of evergreen. Sprigs of mistle
toe lurked in many unexpected
places. The curtains of the din
ing room were drawn and the
room was lighted with colored
candles. Promptly at half past
two dinner was announced, the
guests filed into the dining room,
and those who found their names
written there on the pretty place
cards were Hon. and Mrs. W. E.
Martin, Dr. andMrs.C.G. Duncan,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Edelen, Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. John
A. Hunter, Misses Effie Berry
and Dorothy Hill, and Messrs.
Clyde Stauder. Willard Hill, and
E. A. Drake. At the conclusion
of the appetizing and bountiful
dinner, served in eight courses,
each guest received a stocking
well filled with gifts from Santa
Claus and a memorable feature of
another Christmas day was end
ed with a sentiment of "Peace on
earth, good will toward men."
Chickens, fresh vegetables,
fish, and oysters every Friday at
Fischer's meat market.
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the gov
ernment's famous food expert,
was talking at Mackinac island
about impure whiskies.
"I once saw an old Kentuck
ian," said Dr Wiley, "take up a
glass of whisky, sniff it, set it
down and shake his head sadly.
" 'One thing,' he said, 'was
never seen coming through the
rye, and that's the kind of whis
ky they send us nowadays.' "
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers
Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers
Hercules Powder Mine and Mill
' High Explosives Supplies
j& Mail Orders Solicited j&
II3-II5-II7 South First Street ' 401-403 North First Street
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
MANY PEOPLE I
would like to keep an account of their receipts an expendi
tures if some one would keep it for them
Open a bank account with The Socorro Shite Hunk and
you will find the account keeps itself, with no expense.
Your checks are always evidence of date and imount of
all disbursements and your deposit book shows dates and
amounts of your receipts.
Many of your friends and neighbors have accounts with
us. WHY NOT YOU? Don't wait for a big start any
amount offered, either large or small, is cheerfully accepted.
It's a handy convenience to private parties as well as the
The Socorro State Bank
Socorro, N. M.
A Christmas Tree, Gift for Old and
Young, and a Fin Program.
Teachers and pupils of the
Presbyterian Sunday school ob
served Christmas eve in a very
pleasant way. There was a
Christmas tree that bore presents
for everybody, both old and
young, and there was a program
of exercises that was much en
joyed, as follows:
Prayer By K. W. Twining
Golden Texts By the School
Song "The Merry Christmas
Time is Here".. By the School
Kecitation "Welcome" Sidney
Bartlett and Max Waters
Kecitation .... uy uurris ruin, i
Song "Signal Lights" ijv
Six Little Girls
Song "Holy night".... By Six
Kecitation "Why Do BeMls for
Christmas King?"..Bv Stanley
Mayer and Stephen Chase.
Song "Christ Was Once a Lit
tle Baby"' ...Bv the Infant
Kecitation "Little Cradles" ....
By Francis Chase and Walter
Kecitation "Santa's Secret"... .
Bv Altabee Hoffman.
Kecitation "God Bless Us All"
Song.... By Dorothy and Jean
Dialogue. .. -By Mariana Hall
and Clara Bursum, with con
Song "Christ Is Born To
day" By the School.
Kecitation- "The North Wind
and the Fir Tree".... By Lloyd
Mayer and Bruce Smiley.
Kecitation "The ChristmasCon-
cert" ... By Irving Smith.
Anthem "Peace on Earth,
Good Will toward Men".... By
Cold Weather is Coming
But you can keep warm and comfortable
by buying your clothing: .c
Clothing to Fit Anybody
Overcoats and Ulster3
Blankets and Quilts
Underwear and Sweaters
in fact '
ANYTHING TO KEEP WARM
At prices to suit everybody
j New's barber shop.
Studebaker wagons! The
famous Studebaker wagons!
Apply to Geo. E. Cook.
E. L. Smart sells bread. Try
NEW STOCK OF DRIED FRUITS
Prunes, Peaches, Apricots, Dried
Apples, Raisins, Currants and Figs
Peanuts, Pecans, Filberts, Brazil
Nuts, English Walnuts, Almonds.
Rio Grande Supply Go.
A New One
To all our old and new
friends who still cling to the
habit of eating and sleeping,
we wish to say: We have
The Sickles House
near the depot in Socorro
and expect to make it one of
she best hostelries in So
corro county. Our Motto is:
Not how cheap, but. how
Just Try Us Once
A. L. and A. M. Heister
Socorro Hand Laundry.
Your support is respectfully
solicited. Best of attention
given to all work. I will call
for all laundrv. Give orders
by 'phone numbers 6 or 40.
Mrs. B.M. JOHNSON
Call at The Chieftain office for
your fancy stationery.
Advertise in The Chieftain.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Dktarthknt ok thk Intrkioh,
U. S. Lai i Onice at Las Cruces, N. M.,
December 5, '.X)8.
Notice Is hereby given that Hen no
Jaramillo of Araron, N. M who, on
January 8, 1903, made homestead ap
plication No. 3H.M), for N, SK!4 and
U'j BW'W section 34, township 4 8.,
range 15 W., N. M". Pr. Meridian, ha
filed notice of Intention to make final
fivn year proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Pro
bate Clerk, Socorro County, at Ho
corro. New Mexico, on the 12th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Florencio Sanchez, Francisco San
chez, Juan l). Encima, lienjamiu
Sanchez, all of Araron, New Mexico.
KUCHWK V AN PATTHN,