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PUBLISHED BY 0C0RR0 COUNTY PUILISHINQ CO. K. A. DRAKE Editor. Entered at Socorro PoMoffice as second class mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (Strictly In advance.) One year 2 UO Si months I 00 OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUHTY. SATURDAY. AL'(;. 17. 1H7, SOCORRO COUNTY FAIR ASSO CIATION. Tiik Socorro County Fair As sociation has In-en organized. Aniceto C. Abcytia. one of the lest known and highly respected citizens of the (lein Citv. has been elected president, and Con rado A. Haca, as secretary and treasurer, and a permanent board of directors consisting of the following responsible citizens has been named; Kstevan Haca, Meliton Torres and A. Mayer. An annual fair for the exposi tion of the products of that great country, the largest in ex tent in the United States, and covering an area of 15,250 square miles, is to be held in its county capital annually. The county is rich beyond computation in pre cious and base metals, especially copper, zinc and lead, and in coal; it lias main fertile vallevs in which the finest and most lu- cious ol Iruit. such as grapes. plums, iears and peaches, and the most superior of cereals, wheat, oats, corn and inilo maize. and the finest of vegetables are raised; its great stock ranges give support to hundreds of thousands of sheep . and tens of thousands of horses aud cattle as well as many thousands of An gora goats all the year around; its climate is one of the heal thiest on the great American continent; in its western portion arc great salt deposits. In all it is a kingdom in itself and were it located in Europe it would sus' tain millions of people, and in population. importance and wealth would outrank some the present kingly domains in central Kurope. The organiza tion of the fair association i timely and proper. If properly and efficiently conducted the an nual fairs to be held bv it must and will redound to the great benefit of the (eni Citv of th County of Socorro ;md of Cen tral New Mexico in general The New Mexican, which, since the publication of its first num ber for over forty years, has al ways had a soft side for the city and county of Socorro, and t hot people will do its utmost to aid the success of the movement in every direction and will act in this, as in everything else, fo the benefit of the people of th territory, for the good of th particular locality interested and of the Sunshine Territory an future Sunshine State as a whole It is the policy of this paper to build up, to bring immigration and capital into New Mexico, t say a good word for every locali ty and every deserving citizen regardless of politics wheneve and wherever this can 1h justl and timely done. This is one o the instances in point and the New Mexican will give its best efforts, without fee and without price, toward attaining the ol jects for which the fair associa tion is organized to the fullest possible extent. Santa Fe New Mexican. Tiik purses at this year's Ter ritorial Fair in Albuquerque, to be held October 7-12, are consid erably more generous than ever before. In addition to the usual heavy appropriation for racing, the baseball appropriation has been increased to $1.750. There is a heavy appropriation for the Cow Hoy tournament, and in fact more money is being turned loose, for every department of the fair, then ever before. The Albuquerque business communi ty ha found that the Territorial Fair pays as a business proposi- tion. It brings the people to Al buquerque. They are therefore contributing more liberally each year to the support of the big fall carnival.- This year not less than $2,500 in cash will be spent in preparation for the big week. The program of the Territorial Fair year by year is a sure indi cation, not only of the growth of Albuquerque, but of the steady advancement of New Mexico. The good citizens of the town of Socorro, have gotten together, formed a county fair association, and propose to give creditable fair exhibitions in their pretty little citr. I h ev will make a commencement this year and have already secured the pres ence of Governor George Curry. This is an auspicious begin ning, and there is no good reason why the Jairs in the Gem City hould not become important and aluablc as well as paying. Santa e New Mexican. If every man in this world was as smart as he thinks he is, wisdom would la? as cheap as ad ice. Harpoon. HAD AN AWFUL TIME But Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him It is with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited testimonial A1out a year ago when I had a severe case of measles I got caught out in a hard rain and the measles settled in my stom ach and bowels. I had an awful time and had it not been lor the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi era and Diarrhoea Kerned v could not have possibly lived but a few hours longer, but thank to this remedy I am now strong and well. I have written th above through simple gratitud and I shall always speak a good word for this remedy. Sam. II (i win. Concord, (la. For sa by all druggists. An Old Time Idea of California. An American geography whic was published in the year 181 contains the following interest ing information: "California a wild and almost unknown land covered throughout the year by dense fogs, as damp as they are unhealthful. On the northern shores live anthropophagi, and in the interior are active volcan oes and vast plains of shifting snow, which sometimes shoot up columns to inconceivable heights." The book adds that some of these statements would seem incredible were they not so well authenticated by trustwor thy travelers. The Limit of Life. The most eminent medical sci entists are unanimous in the con clusion that the generally ac cepted limitation of human life is many years below the attain ment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed. The critical period, that determines its dura tion, seems to be between 50 and (O; the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged; carelessness then Wing fatal to longevity. Nature'-; In-st helper after 50 is Klectric Bitters, the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body. Guar anteed by the Socorro Drug and Supply Co. 50c. Fishing Tim. Some piscatorial equivocator has the audacity to send me a sheepskin postcard made in the shape of a small fish, with a one cent stamp on its tail. Printed on one side was this: "When telling about it don't let your little fish turn into whale." Of course, an appeal tp the post office department will be made. This is libelous matter. An assortment of fancy sta tionery at the Chieftain office. GOT THINGS EVENED IP. Convict Buffered Inconvenience to Hire Laugh on Law. I lie late Capt. Joe Nichol- nn iik1 In 11 r,t 1nn r.;m- prisoner who had been in the IlOUSe 01 Correction While the - ... . 1 aptarn ran that institution. I tiia t(rrm k! m , , I jusi oeiore nis term expirea i me iimvi ic villain that justice was now done and that an honest man would start afresh in the world. Hut you have told me several i mes that you were innocent of the charge on which you were I sent here." "Sol was, Capt. 'Joe,' and I , n prove it. Here are the ca names ot three witnesses. iet I their statements and see whether am Ivincr." ..I Just as a matter of curiosity the captain complied and found convincing evidence of the man's nnocence The convict was called in and not used his evidence in getting I a new trial. fu .n t I i ii mi yu, edoiaiu. in m tiinp I was armi tteil three or lour times wnen i was guuiy, É A so wnen I was convicted ui 1 1 r I something I never did. I just thought I'd even things up by taking my medicine without kicking.' Besides that, it sort of tickled me to find that justice had missed me at every shot." Endorsed by the County. "The most popular remedy in Otsego County, and the best friend of my family," writes Win, M. Uietz, editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal, Gilbertsville, N. Y., "is Dr. King's New Dis- covery. It has proved to be an infallible cure for coughs and colds, making short work of the worst of them. We always keep a bottle in the house. I lielieve it to be the most valuable pre scription known for Lung and Throat diseases." Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker, by the Socorro Drug and Supply Co. Price 50c and SI .00. Trial bottle free. Growing Old. It is ten p. m. They are seat' ed in the -parlor. "No," she says, bowing her head: "Pa says I am too young to become engaged." It is just 1:30 a. m, They are still seated in the par lor. Suddenly, from somewhere upstairs, a gruff voice shouts. "Henrietta, if that fellow waits a little longer you'll be old enough to accept his proposal!" Eczema. For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trou- ble, I wish to say, my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors' remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to Ik? better than any thing she had tried. For sale by all druggists. Gift From a Prince. Prince Albert, the heir to the Belgian throne, and his wife, Elizabeth, have given Brussels a free hospital for consumptives, and the prince has written a olav. "Komunda," which has been presented at Brussels very effectively, the funds raised in this manner going to a fresh air fund for consumptives. For an Impaired Appetite. To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. II. Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., says: "They restored my appetite when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfac tory movement of the bowels." Price, 25 cents. Samples free. Sold by all druggists. A Douglas paper stated the other dav that another Mexican child has been allowed to die j without the aid of a physician." Subscribe for The Chieftain. Searchlight at Niagara. Effective use has been made from time to time of search lights at Niagara for illuminat ine the coree, etc. Citizens of Niagara Falls now propose to ...... . . .. ..... . , I maice a regular installation lor the DurDose. and an illuminatinir w , .r - rt i. o-ivino- ,! attention tn w 4 f J ' l " - the subiect At nisrht Niagara I . , I iS not seen except under moon- I Might, and It IS believed that Uome very beautiful effects can be obtained bv throwing artific- Jal davlio-lit on lli reñí, with coior transitions. Keep Posted Premier Campbell-Hannertnan, of England, is the exact oppo- , . . ' ,, ,, site of his predecessor, Halfour, in one thing. The latter said that while he was in office he never rend the newsnaoers. . .. I The present prime minister not only reads them, but writes for them. tornen in foreign .u.. Four-fifths of the operatives in I Japanese mills are women, proba-1 ,.,;il ii.nrL- íir lo linn tlm moti I Men are only employed when uiwiuirij "muí iui loono Iuní, ..ore lia li ai i-met I -"v, .w ..... ..v... card room work. etc. Remedy for Diarrhoea. Known to Fail. Never "I want to say a few words for I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. I have used I this preparation in my family for the past five years and have rec- ommended it to a numlxr of peo- pie in York county and have I never known it to fail to effect a cure in any instance. I feel that I can not say too much for the best remedy of the kind in the world." S. Jkmison. Sprin; Grove, York County, Pa. This remedy is for sale by all drug gists. Scotch Bulls. wo Scotchmen were discuss- ing the relative merits of church- Socorro county. New Mexico, duly ap , , pointed administratrix of the estate of yams ana cemeteries wnen one of them Iwldly expressed his aversion to tlie latter ouriai . . . , places in the remark. I'd raith- er no dee ava than be buried in sic a place." To which his com- panion retorica, weei, n i m spared in life an1 health, I'll gang naewhere else." Fresh vegetables at Winkler's Oats, oats, oats for sale at Geo. K. Cook's livery stable. Bi? Motors in Canadian Woods. It is in the forests of Canada is in lile loresi! oi wnaua where the biciyest motors in the wnere tut uigoi minors ni me world are seen. I hey have been sneriallv desiffned for liaulinir speildll) ucnij,ncu iui liauilllj, logs over snow and rough roads One of these machines is capa ble of dragging a train of 200 tons weight of logs at a speed of 1 12 miles an hour How's Your Liver? It will pay you to take good cure of your liver, because, if you do, your liver will take good care of you. Sick liver puts you all out of sorts, makes you pale, dizzy, sick at the stomach, gives you stomach ache, headache, malaria, etc. Well liver keeps you well, by purifying your blood and digesting your food. There is only one safe, certain and reliable liver medicine, and that Is TiiGtliord's Black-Draught For over 60 years this wonderful vegetable remedy has been tlie standby In thousands of homes, and is today the favorite liver medicine in tlie work). It acts gently on tho liver and kid neys, and does not Irritate the bowels. ft cures constipation, relieves con gestion, and purities the system from an overflow of bile, thereby keeping the body In perfect health. Price 2Sc at all druggists and dealers. Tet It. COMMON SENSE Lead mntt liitclllRi-iit jK-oplo to une only medicino of known i-omiKisltlon. There fore It I that Dr. Pleree's medicines, tho maker of which print every Ingredient entering Into them upon tho bottle wrap pers and attest Its etrrertni"s under oath, are dHy arowln In favor. The com- position oí ur. rieren medicines I open to everybody. Dr. Pierce being deslrou o( having the aearch light of Investiga 4, ..,.., fu'lM .. .w... t. la f,.-.mi.1. K.t..l V 'A"."." " ajuMiiUTT.iti.in t ij c. is v v: i iiiv win vjti turn ' these medicine, is known the more wll I their great curatl ve men ti be recog- nued. Being wholly mude of the activo I medicinal principles extracted from lift . urlRlnul with l)r. fierce, and without the umi of ii drop of alcohol, trlplu-rclined and rhemically pure glycerine being used in stead In extracting and preserving the curative virtues residing In the roots employed, these medicines aro entirely tree from ti.e (injection of doing harm by creating an appetite for either al coholic beverages or habit forming drugs. Kxamine the formula on their wrappers-tho same as sworn to by Dr. Pierce, and you will lind that his moIi - h Medical Discovery,- the great. Llood-purllicr, stomach tonic and bowel regulator the medicine w hlch. w hile not recommended to cure consumption in its advanced sUgesno mi-dlcIno will do thati yet cure all those catarrhal rondi- tums of head and throat, weak tomuch, !ted or badly treated lead, up to and finally terminate In eoiisumntion. t ake the "l.oitleii iiMiirai Ulscovery . . c . . ;-y.-" lr trial. Don't expect miracU. It uj...1! .I.i annumaliip. llJliif. ..II .Tt llti exercise your patience and ierevcrein it Dr. Pierce's initllclnes are romiMHH-d have Uie nn,.uni endorsement of m.res of medical l 'in,.y arn ,l(.t given to i ilium mill ira, lo I., an n,.,,...,... , ,,.,,...1, urices. Telegraphy A telegraphic line consisting Qf twenty-four wires, each rep- resenting a letter, was establish cd by Lesage at Geneva in 1774, and in the same year Bishop Watson made experiments over lo,f00 feet of wire near London In Germany the invention is credited to Sommering 180') For delicious ice cream soda and cool drinks, go to Winkler's Administratrix Notice. Territory of New Mexico Í County of ocorro. 1 In the Probate Court. In re estate of Melquíades Armiio. To all to whom it may concern: Notice is hereby triveti that the uu A D 1907 bv tne probate Court of Melquíades Armiio, deceased. All persons having claims against the I CSiaiC OI HIUUCLCUCUI 1C IICICUI ii- quired to present the same within the tune prescribed by raw. Attest: Administratrix K- H- Swkht, riv J. A. Tokkks, Deputy. SALEOF TIMHF.R. Wanliinifi"". ! Jun 4. 1'I7. Svalnl liltls marknl nuiHiue "Kill Timber Sale Application. Junv 14. ViiiT. Sail Nfateo." and addreAMed tn Hip Kiirmrr. Forest iM-rvice. na i ii if ton. u. t.. will foe received up to aim ii. iuiliiiir tlie lentil iltith) dav nf Aiumim. IkiT. for all tlie merchantable dead timber siaiidini mi. I .lo ii. and all the live timber market! fur cutiini by theiiirem onicers. liKatetlon poriiiin I Sections III, and IS T. S S., H. T W.; on Seo lions I. 2, X and. T. S S K. 7 W and on Seo ,i -u. T. 4 s.. K .7 w .. N. M .P. M., ol secmnm 1 1. is, aim u, i.p " " I wiibin the San Mateo National Forest. New M.U.H ...a.ej , , lMU,uw feet tí. M. IZXXi STm. win ti I considered, and a detxHtii nf Jjni must lie sent to K Kj(f Afel, Korest Service. Wahinirlon. I. C. for each bid Mil. nutted In the Forexter. Tiniher uin valid claims is e eniied (rom sale. The riirlit to reject stir and all liids Is reserved. For further information and reiulations iroveruiuir sales, address John Kerr, Forest NuMTvior, raaifuaiena. Mex ico, k. r.. LAHTtii Actinir rorestrr. Notice of Forfeiture. To Robert Koss: You are hereby notified that the undersigned ha ex pended for labor and improvements fur the years ending December 31, l'XXi, and December 31, 1"W7, One Hundred Dollars on the Alice mining claim, a copy of the location notice of which is recorded In Hook 53 at page 397 in the Recorder's office of Socorro county, New Mexico; One Hundred Dollars tin the Florence mining claim, a copy of the location notice of which is recorded in Hook 53at page 3'JHin the Recorder's oftice of Socorro county, New Mexico; One Hundred Dollars for each of the above named years. Hoth of said min ing claims are located in the Oscuro Mining District, Socorro coun ty, New Mexico. And you are further not i lied that if at the expiration of ninety days after you are served with this notice in writing or after its pub lication you shall fail or refuse to con tribute your portion of said expendit ures, your interest in said claims will become the property of the under signed. S. C. HAUL. Aviso da Administración. I, o abajo firmados notifican á quien concierna que fuimos nombrados por la honorable Corte de Pruebas del con dado de Socorro como administradores del estado de mi tinado esposo y padre, Alejandro García. En conformidad con la ley requiriólos á todas las per sonas que deban a dicho estatlo oe ar reglar sus cuentas y las que tengan cuentas en contra del emtado de pre sentarlas para examiuacióu dentro del tiempo prescrito por ley, etc. jüskuta chavkz dk garcia, Natividad Tokkks. Administradores Estafeta, San Marcial, N. M. Wanted, teams to haul lumber from Hughes' saw mill to Kelly, N. M. Apply to W. II. Hughes or Heckei-JJlackwell company, Magdalena. Nil Ml LOCAL TIME TAP I.E. SOCOKKO. (. North 3:00 am Passenger 3:00 3:O0 a in . . 5 a in 11:55 a ml. ..Local Freight. 4:05 a tn No. 99 and 100 carryipasscngcr foe tween Albuquerque andSan Marcial. MAGDALENA BKANCII. Daily except Sunday. 7:45 a m L v. .Socorro.. A r 2:10 p in JACK or auTHAD;V ; rAlf.3ANKS HOHÍii''.'-' u ALLAIRE, MIERA & CO., San Antonio, N. M. Selling agents for Jack of all Trades engines, all sizes, for So corro, San Marcial, and San Antonio, N. M. Prices and terms on applica tion. J.H.HILTON ESTABLISHED 1681 MANUFACTURER AND HF.AI.KK IN Boots, Shoes, Harness and Saddles REPAIRING NEATLY DONE SOCIETIES. MASONIC SOCORK I.OIWÍK, No. ', A !' A.JM.-Kcpu lar coiuniunica tions, Kecoiid anc fourth Tuesday of each month Visiting brethcrn cordially invited. (i ho. K. CM)K, V. M. C. G. Duncan. Secretary. SOCORRO CHAPTER No. 8, R. A. M. Regular convocations first and third Tuesdays of each tnuiith. W. M. Hokrowdalk, K. II. I. C. G. Duncan, Secretary. MAGDALKN CHAPTER No. 9, Order of the Eastern Star. At Masonic Hall first and third Mondays of each month. Mrs. Jknnih K. Cook.W. M. John E. Griffith, Secretary. K OF I. RIO GRANDE LODGE, No. 3, K. of V. Regular meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock at Cast l hall. Visiting knights given a cordial welcome. A. Mavkr, C. C. S. C. MHKK, K. of R. and S. RATHDONE SISTERS Temple No. 2, Regular meetings first and third Thursdays of each month. Mrs. R. W. Lk is, Mrs. Emma. Adkvta, M. K. C M. of R. and C. Abran Torres EXPRESS Packagks Dkuvkkku Phomptly -vr LEAVH OKD1ÍK8 AT C. A. Baca's narber Shop. People of the western part of Socorro county should not fail to read the Keserve Grocer compa ny's ad in this issue of The Chieftain and act accordingly. Studebaker wagons! The famous Studebaker . wagons! Apply to (Jeo. E. Cook. Furnished rooms at Winkler's. r C e