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Dr. M. McCreary PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office Magdalena, Alien' Hotel Annex. New Mexico DR. R. COULSON PHYSICIAN ANI SURGEON SPKCIAL TnKATMKST of disease o the nose and the throat. In Ir Swisher'.old office. Consultation by appointment. Office llour, 10 to 12 a. in. 2 to 4 p. in., 7 p. in- J)R. C. G. DUNCAN, I'HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. South California Vrect. nearly "I1" posite.t'ne poRtoflicc. Socorro, - - New Mexico LFEGO 11ACA, ATTORNEY Al ia Now Mexico. socorro, A. A. SKÜILLO. Attoknky at Law Socorro, - New Mexico. DOUGHERTY & GKIl'KI'l . ATTORNEYS A I A Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAM F.S G. FIPC 1 1 ' ATTORNEY . A Onice in Terry block. Socorro, - - Ne ' Mexico W. A. FLEMING JONES, ATTORN FY-AT-LAW United States Commissioner. Las Cruces, - New Mexico. E. KELLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. WILLIAM II. IIKKKICK U. S. Dkputy'.MinkkalSukvkyok Irkigation Enginkering Socorro, - - New Mexico CARTHAGE COAL MINING CO. M. L. Hilton & Givane Lucra, Proprietors. íücimiim1, Fliif. A. II. HILTON, General Afjcnt, San Antonio. First Cías Coal. Low Prices Patronize Home Industry. P. RIIPI lNGAV.Ii - V w- ASSAY OFFICE CUi t.. ! L. KitablUhrrt m Colin .!o,lti.. Pr.nn I yi t exprcMWillwnvepruini.tir-J i -.i.i. ' :i . . Gold & Silver Bullion '"ZK-J:.. Concenlriticn lcits ';;v,:,r; : I73C-I7Z3 l-i.rcue St.; lniti . -. H. CHAMBON DEALER IN General a Merchandise SOCORRO, N. M. KILL the COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr. King's WITH Jon Discovery PRICE HI 1 r uui-rio 1001.00. wii VTOLDS Trtal Bolt). Free NO ALL THROAT AND IUN6 TROUBLFS. QUARANTKKDBATISt ACiUiti OB MONEY UVUNDU Socorro Soda Works A. F. KATZEMSTEIN, Prop. Manufacturer of all kinds of Soft Drinks Family Trade a Specialty Agent for Imperial Laundry Phone 23 Fast Side of Plaza Call at The Chieftain office for your fancy stationery. bi mMiammaatmm a LIVERY and fEtl) STABLE, WOOD and COAL HAY AND GRAIN Call for the Bus GOOD RIGS and PROMPT SERVICE Geo. E. COOK, PROPRIETOR. Good Judge will recommend BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT IT IK)SITIVELY CURES Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Krulscs Sprains, Corns, Stiff Joints and aU the Ills that Flesh Is Heir to. O. W. Wallace Crlpplo Crook, Colo., writes: I havo used your liniment; in a nevero attack of Jthou inatium caused by cold and pxpoRiiro to tho wenthor. Two applications relieved mo and I recommend it highly." PRICK 25c, 50c, $1 .00 BAI.I.ARD SNOW LINIViLNV CO. St. Louis, AW; Sold and I.,ctir;:':!c:jd-.-.J i" Socorro Drug and Supply Co. NOTICE FOR PUIiLICATION UHI'AKTMKXT OV Till: I.NTKKIOH, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., ) July 22, l'K)7. f Notice in hetcbv given that Milliard F. Mcllride ol Magdalena, N. M., lias tiled notice of his intention to make final commutation proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 7"2', made June u. l'W4, for the Iy'i NIC', Section 2', Township 1 N, Kauire 6 W, and that said proof will be made before K. H. Sweet, Probate Clerk, at Socorro, N. M., on Sept. ', VXU. He names the following witnesses to prove Ins continuous residence upon, ami cultivation of the land, viz: ew liatliu, hi Socorro, . M., Joseph Hilton, Jack Herbert, 11. W. Kussell, of Magdalena, N. M. MAXl'Kl, K. OTIÍKO, Register. Notice of Final Sottlemout. Notice is hereby given that Mary K. Ilnrrin. m niliiiiiiistrntrí y of flu ,- tate of Henry K. Harris, deceased, has tiled her final re nor t in the Probate court of Socorro county, New Mexico and that at the next regular term of said court has been designated as the time tor hearing and passing upon tho same. Makv 10 . IIakkis, Administratrix of the estate of Henry R. Harris, deceased. Dougherty t (irillitli, attorneys for administratrix. NOTICE OF SUIT In the District Judicial District Court of the Third of the Territory of New Mexico, within ty of Socorro. Lullie II. Itowman, Plaiutilt. I vs. ' ! Harrv F. llowuian. and for the Coiiu- No. .S2U1. Defendant, i Harry F. Mowtuan, the defendant in the above entitled cause, whose pres ent residence and post office address is Kdgomoiit, South Dakota, is hereby notitirdth.it the plaintiff herein, Lullie II. Itoivui.in, his wife, has brought Kiiit in the above entitled court in which she prays that the bonds of matrimony now ox i .tint,' be tween herself and the said dcfonilaut be dissolved; that plaintiff anil defend ant be divorced; that plaiutill be de creed the care and custody of Dorothy Bowman, their child; that she be de creed to have and receive from the xaid defendant titty dollars per month for the Riip)ort of herself and said child; that she recover her costs herein expended, including a reasonable at torneys fee to be tixed by the court' and that she le granted such other uud further relief an to the court may seem cipiitable and just. The said defendant is further noti fied that unless he appear or answer in the said cause on or before the 17th day of September, A. D. l'Ai", judg ment and decree will lo entered against him by default. Plaintiff')) attorneys are Dougherty iSi tirillith, whoscMst office address is Socorro, New Mexico. William Iv Maktin, Clerk of the above entitled Court. 16k A TRAYELINfiMEN S DAY SH-ti.il dispitch to the Chieftain. A!l.u.iH'riin N. M , Auir- ; I'1'. A distinctly new feature is to be part of tin: program at this oar's New Mexico Territorial Fair ;it Alliuiucriue, October 7-12. Ask any traveling man who mako his wav through New Mexico and Arizona, wheth er he is selling soap, hardware or influís, he will he in a position to tell you all about it. The traveling men have determined to have a little fair of their own. They feel that they have not liad sujlicient recognition in the past, and this year they are go ing to get il. There is to In- a reunion oí the commercial trav elers who make New Mexico. Plans lor their reunion have been practically completed, and a half dozen committees, are at work in Albinp.ieriuc getting at the details. The forty or li'tv commercial travelers v)io make their In ailiitat (ei in Albuiier ue aie to be the hosts. They are making the arrangem-nts for their brother ""knights ol the grip." The fair association has determined Uij a Commercial Travelers Day. This will prob ably be on Thursday, the big gest day of the fair, when the annual Trades Display Parade occurs. In this display the com mercial travelers are going to play an important part. All of them will march in the parade, between three and four hundred strong, and with then; will be an old time stage coach, represent ing the days of the early 'SOs, when the traveling man in New Mexico ran an even chance be tween selling goods and getting scalped. And following the stage coach will come a lull siz ed Pullman sleeping car, with porler, conductor, and all the equipment that goes with the life of the traveling man on the railroad today. In addition on Commercial Travelers Day, the traveling men are to have a part in the program at the fair grounds. There will be prizes for the fat test and slimmest drummers; for the longest and shortest; for richest anil poorest, and for practically every other kind of a traveling man, except the man with the "groudh." There are no such in New Mexico. Headquarters will be main tained in one of the biggest pul lic halls in Albuiiieriiie, and the salesmen are expected to make things "hum." "Everybody Should Know" says C. G. Hays, a prominent business man of liluli. Mo., "that liucklen's Arnica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore, burn or wound, or to a case ol piles. I've used it and know what I'm talking about," Gu ran teed by the Socorro Drug and Supply Do. 25c, Reason governs the wise man and cudgels the fool. Finn KeM8tenil Angora Bucks for Sale I have some high grade and registered Angora Ducks for sale, ranging in age from eighteen months to lour years; also some high grade and registered does. Prices given on application. M. W. McCkaky. San Marcial. N. M. BEST FOR THE BOWELS If ji.u haven r ;viulr, h liy nit-viMii'-at of tlio íh Hit ovi'iy If . m'rt ill t-r v, ill hv, hv p your Iv-woi-t i.i ii. uuA m wi ll. rci, In Ihn mIihi"' tii.lrnt I'liy-if or lull t.iiHiin. i tlnni n-iif. 'I (ho l"'"-v"l- tl hi aim! 'h-un I l" itko rr CANDY dYkZP CATHARTIC SJ V7 V. Jr jr kif JJ Jr EAT TM LIKE CANDY l'linmit, I'lilntl.liliv 1 i.f.-iit. T.l IIkxI. I'o n.M.,1 . Krx'l Kii ki n. Wi nk, ii rl.rlM' I". irnil bll .'i-ii f p'-r !:. V rlt'i r: liUit!", uuU Ik."m 1. I un ll-.,ll. AiMn iti I U Sl.-rl.r o IW.wil, Compant. V.Mt o or Nra Tork. KEI:P YCUH BLOOD CLEH GETTING READY TOR FIREMAN'S MEETING Convention and Tournamont to Bo Hold at Albuauoraue This Yoar Inatoad of in Santa Fo. The lollowing is an oflicial communication addressed to pres ent or former members of the tire departments throughout the Territory by the New Mexico Association of Firemen calling attention to the forth-coming an nual convention and tournament: To the Volunteer, Kxcmpt and Paid Firemen of New Mexico: Greeting -The seventh an nual convention of the New Mexico Association of Firemen is hereby tailed to meet at Al buquerque. New Mexico, on Tuesday, October Mh. at 10 o'clock a. in. Accordi ig to Article XVI, Section 1. of the Constitution and 1 y Laws of the Association "All cities and towns in which this association shall have mem bers, shall be entitled to one representative for every ten mem bers, not including the vice pres ident, who is a representative of this city and an officer thereof. The following members have been appointed as vice-president ol this association for their cities. Henry C. Alarid, Santa Fe, N. M.; Kugcnio Sena, Las Ve gas. N. M.; Charles Whiteman, Koswell. N. M.; J. K. Sweptson. Artesia. N. M.; P. F. McCa.me, Albuquerque, N. M.; C. F. Ry an, ( American Lumber Co., F. I)., ) Albuquerque. N. M. All cities and towns not nam ed should at once forward a list of their members, their dues and a name of a member to be ap pointed vice president to the secretary. In regard to the tournament Ithe Albuquerque Fair Associa tion has already guaranteed the amount ol prizes for the differ ent events and a list of the same will be sent out in the near future. The secretary is now about to make a visit to the various lire departments and companies and will be pleased to call personal ly upon each individual member. The first benefits under the new law to be paid by the asso ciation will b paid to the heir of our late member William Do lander, one of the charter mem bers of the Santa Fe Fire De partment, and an old member of the association. The amount paid will be 100. Hoping to have an early re sp use and to have a large and representative meeting of the firemen of New Mexico, we are, Yours fraternally, D. Ri ii'i:. Preident New Mexico Associa tion ol Firemen. A. M. DuTTi.i'.iiAcn, Secretary. Notice of Suit. Territory of New Mexico, I County of Socorro. t In the District Court for the County of Socorro. Samuel V. Travlor Plaintiff, , vs. Isaac liause, John II. , (iause, Alice Williams, j Mary (ause, Joel Clause, audMabel Clause. I The said dcIciidanU. I-aac Clause. John II. Clause, Alice Williams, Mary Clause, Joel Clause, and Mabel Clause, are hereby notified that a suit has been commenced against them in the Di-triet Court of the Third Judicial of the Territory of New Mexico, with in and for the County of Socorro, by Samuel W. Tray lor. The general ob jects of said suits are to have the plain tiff's estate in and to the Silver Hill Lode Milling Claim designated by the Surveyor leneral as Lot No. HSs, oui bracing a portion of Section Thirty six, Township Two South of Kauge Four West, New Mexico Meridian, in the Magdalena Mining District, Coun ty o I Socorro and Territory of NcwMcx ico, established. liy the Judgment and decree of the court against adverse olainn of the di-feuilants: That de fendants be barred and forever estop ped from having or claiming any right or title to the premises adverse to the plaintilf: That plaintiff's title thereto be forever quieted and set at rest, and plaintiff have such other re lief as to the court shall seem meet and proper: That unless the said defendants en ter their app.'aranee in said cause on or before Monday, the Twenty-second day of July, A. D. I'tlT, judgment will be rendered in said cause against them by default. The name and address of plaintiff's attorney is James CI, Fitch, Socorro Now Mexico. William F.. Maktin, Clerk of said Court. Hy Aonhs M. J AOl'KS, IV put). BANK OF MAGDALENA MAGDALENA, N. M. Capital - S30.000.00 SAFETY DEPOSIT OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS CUSTAW BCCHER, PRtr.iOtNT JOHN BCCHfn, VlCtt PRCSIDINT J S. MACTAVISM. CtiHltR M. W FLOUBNOY. SOLOMON LUNA. First National Bank ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Authorized Capital $ 5.00,t)(JO.OI PaidUpCapit.il. Profits and Surplus - - 250 000.00 Deposits - 2,000,000.00 (U'FICKKS Iishn.i S. Kay uolils. I 'resident Frank McKee, Cashier. M V Floiirimv. Vice President. W. W. Woods. AsM'tant Cashier i) UNITKD STATICS DF.POSITORY-0-DKPMSITDKY FtK TI1F, A. T. .V S F. NY. SYSTF.M. THe ParK House Frd RoecKoIer i& Co., Props. This uld-tiiiiL- hotel has just changed hands. It has U i n tlioroiihlvovcrhaulvd and rcfuriiislu-d and a professional and experienced chef ha.-, lu en employed. Kyerythiiij; is new and clean and the table will le furnished with the very ltest the market affords. The public patronage is cordially solicited. FENCING BID9 WANTED. For the immediate construc tion o oi;;ht miles of huh wire letuv. or any part ol it. ahout twenty miles from M.ijrdalena, N. M. The wire will he supplied at Magdalena or on th ".round. The work will consist ol dit; .r j ,i i p.ist-holes, It ittlin.i and set tiny: posts, etc.. stretching the .vile, linishiilii the line. etc. The course of fence and the titnhv T to he cut can he vfiown to prospective hidders ;it any time. Address post-ol'li e Dos 5S, Magdalena. N. M. Thu London CinUl The London child's life is often very like a rahl.it's one long scurry from superior heing. Suhscrihe for The Chieftain. tuotiiit no ..iiNt- nil hi Jttu- W WMPLAIH Ul'. ili fifi oibiuvnLJdi on lAtickirst. DYoPEPjIA, niTitNTBiuoos rtvuuy lit; Q)NSTIPAT10N IP "'in I I Of f .Hdj ind Recommended by Socorro Drug and SupplyJCo. .rur. P J oV.ÍK Kl 1 's. BOXES FOR RENT. PREMIUM MARKET. F.AST SIDK PLAZA. JUST OPKNFD. ICVKNYTIIlNCJ NFAV, NRAT AND CLKAN. THE MEATS WE CARRY are the best that can tie pro cured. They are the tines! results from carefully raised stock well handled in btttch i.'rintj. PERFECTLY SERVED so that there is never any difficulty in i;ettiii(f nice roast or steak whenever you want it. HILL & FISCHER, PROPRIETORS. East Side of Plaza. Tonchor'A Institute. The teacher's institute for So corro county will convene at the high school building in this city Monday morning, August P. The law is very strict in its re quirement that all who expect to teach shall attend an institute. All Socoiro county teachers would do well to govern them selves accordingly. On Having' Idol. 'Tis good to believe that Home one person is the very lest per son in all the world the sweet est, most fragrant, the daintiest, n-t the fairest-minded. So many times, however, the crash comes, where the idol tumbles from the pedestal and breaks. Yet. .ti" lovely consolation to worship at the foot, of the pedestal so Ion k as your idol, or ideal, stays put. "Ropulnr na tho Sun." is an expression as old as the race;. No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the uni verse, unless it is the action oi the liver and bowels when reiru latid with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaranteed by the So corro Drug and Supply Co. 25c.