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STIll Sírtfftrrft í llirílllttt There will be a irood .Mine of timied immediately to the ranch,
vVv h vr tüniorrow ,)CtwtM.n two , while the young ladies continued 1 LOCALS i ' nunc Mr. and Mrs. C. 15. San Antonio aro Allaire of visitors in the . L. Newcomb returned Sun- ' 1 ,ty to,,av- Terry c liter aid society of church Tues- lier home on W day morning from Santa l'c C. T. IJrown spent a part of the week in the Kelly mining dis trict. W. CI. Lane the San .Marcial contractor had business in Socor ro Monday. J. V. llecker passed through the city Thursday on his way to Magdalena. C. A. Haca left Thursday morning for Frisco for a ten day's visit to his father. Miss Helen (lildersleeve of San ta I'e. has made application for the fifth grade ill the public schools of Socorro. J. 1. Chase made a hurried business trip to Magdalena Wed nesday morning returning on the noon train. Attorney James (í. Kitch. who has lieen alwent for some months in the east expects to return home about the first of September. 1. II. McLaughlin was called to Magdalena Wednesday on ac count of the illness of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knoblock's little daughter. Mrs. John W. tained the ladies the Presbyterian lay afternoon at Fischer ave. Miss Stella Ramsey, who has been enjoying a summer vacation at Long I'each, California, cx-lK-cts to return to Socorro about September 10th. Mrs. Adolph LalTont and chil dren, who had been visitintr rela tives in Socorro for some weeks past left Tuesday morning tor their El Paso home. Mrs. II. F. Welch and young son arrivctl in the city the first of the week, and are quests of Mr. Welch at his home in the western part of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Paul J, Terry and children arrived yesterdav morning from Kl Paso and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Terry at their home on Fischer avenue. The teachers institute of So corro county will convene Mon day morning at nine o'clock at the high school building, with Miss Let tie Watson of Albuquer que as instructor. The Presbytery of K'io Grande meets in special session at Albu querque next Tuesday to consid er conditions in the Lacuna In dian mission. Kev. M. Matthie son is the moderator. Prof. Francis Church Lincoln, formerly an instructor at the School of Mines, has recently been elected professor oí (coló gy in the Montana School of Mines, at liuttc, Montana. Dr. Duncan was called to M air- Harvey M. Richards of San Marcial had business in Socorro Tuesday. L. K. Ualnrock of Kelly passed through the city Monday on his way to Albuquerque. Miss Trcasy Cappleman of Lordsburg was the truest of Mrs. J. A. Smiley last Sunday. Etnil Kat.eiistein came down from the Kelly camp Monday and continued on to líisliee, Ari zona, Tuesday. Joe Wolf, who is conduct ill; a mercantile business at Magda lena was a business visitor in Socorro Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mitchell and daughter Lorinoare sojourn ing in Magdalena where Mrs. Mitchell is rapidly recovering from a lng and severe illness. Mrs. Janu s ISartou, I by little Miss Sadie, Mr and Mrs. on to Las Cruces this morning to spend some months. Mr. Frank Joyce, the genial brakeman on the Magdalena branch, gave his Socorro friends a pleasant surprise by being quietly married at Kl Paso some two weeks ago to Mrs. Helen Price. Mrs. Joyce did not acom pany her husband on his return to Socorro, but remained in the pass city until Thursday, ar riving in Socorro yesterday, where Mr. Joyce had prepared cozy rooms for her reception in the eastern part of the city, where they are now receiving the con gratulations of their friends. Mrs. Dartoii indefinitely. expects to remain At a special meeting of the Fair Association held last Mon day evening Capt. M. Cooney was elected grand marshal of the day. Capt. Cooney will appoint his own stalT, and is now putting forth his best energies, and it goes without saying that his part in the coming fair will be a decided success. Capt. ... .tiw.r ..r I Cooney has already declared his mother ol , - : Mrs. K. A. Averv. accompanied " i i,, r r iow oovs inounieo 10 lane pari in daughter ol - ' very, arrived in j ' " " "" r . r i ., i ., , ;.r f,,,,, nieiii uei s i i ins si. m win oe se- Socorro .Monday morning lrom . . .. . . . . . ii i' ,i ,,, - t-.r;,. lected lrom the old timers who her home in üohourg. Ontario. . . . . . ; lit lr.'l ikiiii IMC lOll 111 lile W1HIS I of western Socorro county when ; Indians outnumbered the "pale Mrs. John (rccnwald, Sr., ac- j faces" one hundred to one. companied by Mrs. W. F. Mur- j ray ( nee (Ireenwald ) and infant j cimmborlain's Colic, Cholera and daughter arrived at the former's ! Diarrhoea Remedy, Better Than Socorro home Sunday morning Thrco Doctors, from Denver. Mrs. (ireenwald i sulTcrcd quite a severe sick spell "Three vears ago we had three during her stay in Denver and doctors with our little boy and consequently lid not enjoy her ! everything that they could do visit to the Oueen City as much j wvnKÚ in vain. At last wlen as she had hoped to. ' . , , . , j all hope seemed to be gone we Mrs. A. M. Morley of Datil, ac- , began using Chamberlain's Colic, companied by her son and .laugh- ! c,lolcra aml i)inrri10L.a KVmedv ter, .Mrs. a. a. v.ieaveiann ami 1 W. R. Morley, and a trained nurse passed through Socorro Tuesday on their way to Kl Paso. i Endorsed by th County. ' The most popular remedy in Otsego County, and the best friend of my family," writes Win. M. Dictz, editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal, Gilhcrtsvillc, 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 believe 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 $1.00. Trial bottle free. Subscribe for The Chieftain. A telegraphic line consisting of twenty-four wires, each rep resenting a letter, was establish ed by Lesage at Geneva in 1774, and in the same year Iiishop Watson made experiments over lO.dOO feet of wire near London. in Germany t lie invention is credited to Sommering 1S0V. Tho London Child. i lie L,onuon ciiuu s lile is often very like a rabbit's one long scurry from superior beings. Subscribe for The Chieftain. and in a lew hours he began to improve. Today he is as heal thy a child as parents could wish ior."-MKS. L Linton, Miss. druggists. J. For Johnston, ale by all Mrs. Morley on last Saturday met with a terrible misfortune. It seems that without the least warning she was suddenly and totally stricken blind. The patient suffers excruciating pain and has gone to Kl I'.im to consult a specialist. Mrs. Mmlcv is an i and liit'hlv resoected resident of Socorro county where she has ! city in honor oí Miss Agnes many friends who will be grieved Jaques, who expects to leave to hear of her misfortune. Monday morning for New York t- i' i.' ...... ,i......i. 1 City to continue a course oí mus , ... , . v.... ... i. '. which will include a course on ier in .ii. aim .ii.-. v.rn'i i . . me pipe oi.in SAI.K OV TIMIll-.R. W.i-lnnirti.ii. I. l, J mil 1, l''i. ii'ahil htiM iit.i rkiNl oiiihhIi "l .nl. 1 inilHT S.'ili AiMilit-:itiinl. J.-inuarv 1. l'Hi7. liihi" ami nililrp'.'.iil 11 tlip KorwtiT, Furi-n SiTvir. w iiHliiiiifion. i. c. will Ik ris-fiv..! up innml i in-1 iil i n if tin 2 lli il.iv of AnifUHt. I'iiiT. fur all tin niiTi'liaiiialili ili'.id timlwr niniitlinir nml ilrm n. ami all tin IívimiiiiImt niarki(l fori'uilinir In tli.- fnM hIIii'it iii a ili'tiriiatil nra oí :i I h II r- ai rrs l.a .ltiil lllntl Sihs. l.v Z 24, 5. ami T. 7 S., K. 2ii W.; ami S i. is ami T. K. r v. i. ii.i .Mammal I un-st, .Mi'xii'ii; i.niialol to ! l.ioi.oii fwt I!. M iii'irur 1."- of vi'llnw iiini Ka tnnlHT. Nti l.iil nf Ir-, than íl.fHiiiT M. fii-t II. M. will Im-i-imi- kíiIitinI anil a cliiiNi.it if mnt Im win tu itiHi. I Kiiii?, I-ÍK.-.1I Alomii. Fori-'! Scrirr, WaliiiiL'ttni. II. C. (i.r iMiii liiil siiltmiiiiMl to tht I'lir.'slrr. Timl"T iiihhi aliil i-laiiiiH vx. iMinttiil friini nalr. Tin- riirht to ri'iin't aiiv ami all liiiU W ri'Tveil. For furtlMT luformaiion ami rrirnl.'H ioni irovcriiiiiif Malfi, .ulilrt'sn k. C iii-t.liin. r ori'M Siiiht isor. Silver Cm. Niw M'xt,-o. K, K. Cakti-'K, Ai-finir Fontfr. Mrs. P. J. Savage entertained a number oí her friends yester day afternoon at her pleasant home in the eastern part of the Katoii. met at There lieing ! among the guests other accom- pushed musicians, a very eiijoy- Í able impromptu musical pro- gram was rendered during the j afternoon, which, with pleasant with what was first feared, a serious accident, last Sunday evening, but for tunately terminated in nothing more than a severe shaking up. wi.:i . . .. .....i ; .. v...... t.llll Liiini ill .t l.'io. n wiii; 1 r l . i ,, . i, ii ... i social converse, and dainty refresh Miss Gertrude lost her hold and ! ' .....: ti.r... ... i r..,,,i. .irii,. I llie,,ts afternoon was most ...... .......... ...v. , . , f , , t ii,., ... . I ni. 1 1; ii 1 1 ii 1 1 ) 7iiit. ,un. .iii- ". I age was assisted in entertaining i by her winsome little daugh ter Alina. 1 he guests present i on this occasion were: Mesdames i W. F. Murray, and Jules Grand i SAI.K of TIMIIKK.- Walniiiriin. Ii. C, .1 ii I y 17, l'tí. St'aliil IíiIn ttiarkiil oittHilo.'l'.iil, 1 imliiT Salt Ailatioii, NummiiIht 21. I'M., Oila 'Si," anil aililrrHHtl lotlif l'orinr. l"oriMi Si'i'i u"i w a"hiiiL'toii. o. C.. w ill IM rivi'ivnil up in ami mi itiiitnir i m1 .1 nay 01 ni'tMciiilM'r. rm., lor an tup nirri-iiantaiiii ui'aii iiiuint Ktamiinir ami ilown. ami all tin lit iiiiiImt markiil lor ciitliiiu liy tin' I ori'wl otluiTK 011 a ilsiif naliil an-a 01 aiMint 41m ai-n-s. locauil within Sivh. '. I- an.l Ii.. T. 11 S H. I'i W.. N. M. I'. M.. lilla (S) .alional l most; osttiliatcl to m nm.im.i it. 11. ... Wi'sti-rii yi-llow iine anil lroiit'lati Itr HawtitnlNr. loii RlMlf, .'lllll H.IMIl'orill ol wi-tiTil vi'llow IIIIH', 1Ioiil'I.ih tir. oak. coitonwiHHl. ami alilrr fml wimnI. muro or ks. No bill of Iih than $2 mt M. íi'i't II. M., for KantimlMT. anil 25i'imhh imt coril lor fuol wimhI will lw coiiHitleroil. ami a iliMmit ol i.n.i inimt Ih m'ih to tiin. K. hinir, l inch Aifont, l-orr.i Satvico. Wash. inuton. II. c.. lor imcIi tml fciilinnllod tin Fonwtrr. TimlMT iunhi laliil cUíiiih Ih rKPiiililiil from nalo. Tin rixflit to ri'iii't any tiuii ami n'lftilatiiiiiR roerninir híiIi'h, aililn-nn K. t- . Wi'l lurr. l-uri'-t llHr isor. Silver City, .ti. :.ii'x. . m. 1 . ,iix, ALtniir r ori'sier. ing the lower part ol her sjune on some hard substance and was rendered unconscious, but owing I to the prompt action of Dr. I Richard Colsou, who was imme ' diately suninioiied, was soon re j viveil and is at present almost l entirely recovered. dalena luesdav to attend tiie four-year-oltl daughter of Mr. j Mrs. A. Kichne and daughters, ami Mrs. Frank Knoblock, who Misses Stella and Myrtle, arrived is reported very ill, in fact little ' in the city Wednesday from the jiope is entertained of h- r re- Kiehne ranch in the western part j Hilton, Stella Kichne, and Myr tnvery. of the county. Mrs. Kiehne re- tie Kiehne. jean; Misses Agnes Jaques, Kf- fie Iierry, Helen Terry, Lena Griffith, Kdna Hatiiniel, Pearl Kealer, Johnnie Kobinson, Laura Winkler, Kmina Winkler, Delia Harris, Anna Hilton, Hertha Wlhitaey Company Wholesale and Retail Hardware Alaska Refrigerators White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers Plumbing and Tinning Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers Hercules Powder Mine and Mill and High Explosives Supplies To JAMKSTOWN IMPOSI TION. Tickets good for -0 days, S72.W; good for 15 days. SSii.75. Stop-over privileges! east of St. Louis and Chicago. SUMMKU TOURIST K'ATKS to Colorado. Denver and re turn, $27.75; Pueblo and return, 23.00; Colorado Springs and return, $24. SO. There Arc Numbers of People who arc under an erroneous impression. They think that they never control enough money to start a bank account. In thin they are nii taken. We solicit malí account an well as larjrc and handle the busd nem of both with our best care. We believe that YOU ouijht to have a hank account and we offer you our service. Whether you live in this city or in the Rurrouiiiliiiif towns we can give you all the attention anil accomodation that other carefully conducted banks can, at an favorable terms and same Conditions. nANKINO DY MAIL is a suecialttr with us and our increasing business in proof of our satisfactory service. WE PAY 4 PER CENTINTERF.ST ON TIME DEPOSITS TLhc Socouvo State JBanft Socorro, Hew flDcxtco, CAPITAL $30,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS JOSEPH PRICE. Preside EDWARD L. PRICE, Cashier; JAMES G. FITCH, M. LOEWEN3TEUÑ. GOOD I. CLOTHES IN A MINUTE Did you ever get a call to go out of town or attend to some affair on short notice and then feel the need of proper clothes? It happens frequently to most men and most men hereabouts come right to our store. They know that we sell Schwab Clothes that fit in a minute and the price fits, too. 10 Dollars, 15 Dollars, 20 Dollars, Loewenstein Bros. Successors to PRICE BROS. (KL CO. r mwm Excursions Fifteenth National Irrigation Congress. Sacramento, Cali fornia, September 2-7. $50.00 for round trm. I íckets on sale August 2')-30-31st. Spec ial Kxhibit of Appliances and Inventions. To CHICAGO and return, $53.30. To ST. LOUIS and return, $52.0 To KANSAS CITY and return, Í44.55. Keturn limit in each case, Oct. 31. Gome and See the Big Stock ot BATH and TOILET SOAPS EXAMINE PRICES You Will Then Know Why So Many People Buy Their Soaps of Us Newconib, Collins & Co. To National Irrigation Congress, Sacramento, California, Sept. '-, 1'iu. i ícKeis on saie Aug. 2', 30. 31 at $50.00 for the round trip. To MEXICO CITY. Summer tourist rates. $55. MO. Keturn limit. Oct. 31. j& Mail Orders Solicited jz? II3-II5-II7 South First Street 401-403 North First Street ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO tTiriii!wiiiii.wmmM!Miiiw SKASIDIÍ EXCURSION to Cal ifornia. San Francisco and return, $50.00; Los Angeles, San Diego, and the Reaches $40.00. Ketlirn limit, Novem ber 30. SPECIAL, TOURIST RATES to Canada, New England, and Northern New York. Tickets on sale daily. Thus. Jaquus, Agent. Witte Gasoline or Distalent Engines Eor information and prices, write C. C. Reid, San Antonio, or II. W. Crawford, San Marcial. Subscribe for The Chieftain. \n\n ami an inii. m rosirviNi. r or I urt li.-r informa'