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PUBLISHED BY OCORRD COUNTY PUEIISHINQ CO. E. A. DRAKE Editor. Entered at Socorro Postoffice as second clan mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (Strictly in advance.) One year. Sis months.. .$2 00 . 1 00 OFFICIAL PAPER OP SOCORRO COUHTT. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2X, H)7. have had perfect confidence that N6W to IIim- the facts of his management of The leading lady of a road the finances of the penitentiary I company playing in one of the would, when made known, put I smaller cities in Ohio concluded the low and pusillanimous con- that she would press some of her duct of his accusers in its proper lace collars one morning. She liirht. His friends know. too. accordingly rang the liell. and that he is resourceful and they I when the hall boy appeared said: have been confident that he I "Bring: me up a hot iron would out his enemies to rout In course of tune he returned and train strength bv doine so. I empty handed, and when the Their confidence has been amply lady answered his knock he said vindicated. I couhln t tret it lor you How can Mr. Bursum's friends I lady. fail to íe a Aera atUfartion in I And why not.' she asked, the victory he has won? A de- I mystified IV. What Ail3 You? Vim fu l weak, tired, despondent THE SOCORRO COUNTY FAIR. Thk Enterprise and the Inde pendent of Silver City, two among the foremost weekly pa pers of the territory, have boost ed fr the Socorro county fair in a fashion that deserves to le recognized and heartily appre ciated. Silver City expects to hold her first annual carnival next year. If her expectation is realized she may In sure of gen erous encouragement and sup port from Socorro county. To show something of the county's indebtedness to the two papers mentioned, the following editor ial, in line with others in !oth papers, is reproduced from the Enterprise: "Socorro county is going to do things this yeat in the way of a big fair to lie held in Socorro on the 2Sth, 2'Uh, ami 30th day of this month. Over three thousand dollars have !een raised to be distributed in prizes in sorts and athletic contests and as may le imagined from the size of that amount the prizes are very lib eral. There is a close lond of friendship letween Socorro and (Irant counties, cemented the more closely from the fact that one of the richest mineral dis tricts of Socorro county and also one of the richest in the terri tory, is tributary to Silver City and dependent upon this town for its supplies, viz: the great Mogollón district. The wonder ful richness of this district is to be represented at the fair by a real gold and silver brick from the retort of the Ernestine Min ing Co. operating the famous Last Chance mine at Mogollón Silver city should follow suit by sending an ingot of- pure copper from her smelter. It would be a splendid advertisement of the rich copper districts surrounding this city and would give the many hundreds of visitors to the fair some idea of the extent of the copper industry in Grant county. Moreover our peopl can learn iinui to their advan tane by attending the Socorro fair and can le assured of warm welcome and hospitable treatment for which the little place for itself in the hearts of everyone who have U-en fortun ate enough to have sojourned there for any length of time The people of Socorro will re ciprocate when Silver City holds its first annual Carnival next year." MR. BURSUM'B CASE. Jiijgk I'akkkk's decision in Mr. Hursum's case against the territory has caused Mr. Bur sum's friends no surprise, but keen satisfaction, nevertheless. The inception of that notable case and the circumstances at tendant upon its development are too recent and of too general public knowledge to need even a recapitulation. Judge Parker's judgment for approximately $4,500 in favor of Mr. Bursum ends the matter in a decisive and complete victory for Mr. Bursum over as cowardly, vicious, and venomous a gang of political enemies as a man was ever bless ed with. Mr. Bursu m's friends are not surprised, for to have even a casual acquaintance with the man is to have perfect confidence in his integrity. His liberate attempt was made to ruin him politically, and no more contemptible means were ever employed to accomplish a vile purpose. No charge of thievery was too gross, no in sinuation too base, no aspersion too foul, to use against him. It has now been demonstrated that all charges of embezzlement against Mr. Bursum are unfound ed and that his enemies and tra- ducers have not a foot left to stand upon. Mr. Bursum's friends are content. The bartender said he didn't know how to mix it." Thosk new cement sidewalks have not all been completed in time for the fair, but enough progress has been made in that line to convince all visitors that Socorro is bv no means lacking the Socorro Drug and Supply Co ; ti, u.iii-U f lif. lnil nrnrpi I Trial lottle free a wa ' v iiiv r Jut now that we have experienc ed something of the blessings of better walks and better streets, et us make the blessing as big as possible. A Humane Appeal. A humane citizen of Rich mond, Ind., Mr. II. D. Williams, 1U West Alain M., says: I ap peal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr. King's New Discovery, the only remedy that has helped me and lullv comes up to the proprietor's recointneii nation. It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put toiret her. used as a cough and cold cure tin' world over. Cures asthma, bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, iuinsy, hoarseness, and phthisic, stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up. (luaranteed at have fri'M"1 lit ln-nilarliiw. rimti'il tonnn, tiitli f it bud ti"lo ill nioriiini!. "heart Inirn." U-li lilmr of tn. cid rl-ini!- In tltn :it niter entine, stomach rnaw ir hum. fnul breath, ll.y si"'", .nr or variable sppetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms? If you have nny considerable Milliner 01 .til" above symptom you are siiiierinii from biliousness, lorpiil liver mi iwii jtestioii or dyspepsia. Dr. Pierre" ( lo'nleii Mnlii'al Discovery Is mail"- upoi me iito-u valuable! medicinal principles . m.u n to medical sel. m e for the pcrma ticnt cure of inch abnormal conditions. It Is a must ellii-icnl liver in lu-orntor. stomach tonic, Imwel rciruliitor and nerve M remit In ner. Tin-"Golden Mistical Discovery - l not a patent liieiin-iiio or -e hi n ......... full list of Its Ingredients beinir punted on Its Ih.1 tie-wrapper and attested under oath. A glance at Its formula will show that It contains no alcohol, or hanntiil liabit-formiiiK drugs, it is a llui.l otr:i.i made ntlli pure, triple-reli I glycerine. of proper strength. I mm the moisoi me following native Allien.. oi mr -I pi. mi '. Vl...Coldell Seal root,. SI. .lie root. .,acl. Wurtiroi-t. Mi l Clu rrybark. Queen's re. Maud ral. mot. The fullowlntf b n liinr n sm.mi.' n imi 01 01 m-is. ro.il.. for tie- HIV of llll - nl.o es mpton!-. Ii II. I r .1,1!. r-on M'-'l i W.l. I' ."f I mi M Hale. M. P.. of Hal .i.t .... o.. r .un Kit Am. i I. mi IMspi-iisaioi : i"i " .1. r l II Anllii.rof Ho- ill"' Yleiliclni M, i . Aiiilv-r of i.ii.i-Prof. 1 i.o iice .lohiisou. M. I'.. ell ii-il. I oiv. oi of Mnteila Vi.-.li--H met Prof in He II '''"' Ii-rI 'olleirc. I lileiitio. si no i :oi.-- ... -. Hlltl.llo. N. V.. mill I I!e ' " ' ,-, riicis fi-oin wril iiii.'s oi !i , i ml aulliors ami mam oiiic ci.oo. ... . ... .Iili.-I I" le Ul lie. earn i. omen HI -O It. irrislii-nt of which ov.--. 1" Or Pier l-ov.TV " IS COIIIII..SI II I'leasani ri-ii' i " IKT every citizen of Socorro who has any concern for the city's reputation do something to make the stay of the visitors at the fair a pleasant one. A unit ed effort in this line will prove to be a mighty good investment. In behalf of the good and lo al citizens of Socorro, The Chief tain extends to Socorro county's guests at the fair a most cordial welcome. 1 he bem City is yours; make yourselves at home. Considerate Bridegroom. A Uelleville girl and a young man. both ot whom had steady jobs, were married the other day The day after thev were married the uirl said to her fond hus band: "Oh. George, now that we are married, there is only one thing I regret, and that is that I have to give up my fin position." The fond young hus band stroked the silken tresses of the young wiley's hair, and soothingly replied: "Now, dar Unir, don't worry. You needn't erive up your position. I'll give up mine." Health in th Canal Zona. Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One, Dote of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I wai so weak- from an attack The high wages paid make 'Mof Diarrhoea that I could scarce- ly attend to my duties, when I took a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me entirely a mighty temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skilled workmen needed to construct the I'anama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing ones those who have used Klectric Hitters, who go there without this fear, well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Hitters on hand. Cures blood poison too, biliousness, weakness and all stomach, liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Socorro Drug and Supply Co. 25c. Disparity. The two young women, who had not met for a long time, em braced each other with much fervor. "How's this, Kate? I hear you have gone and married a rich widower. Is he much older than you?" "Well, there's considerable difference between our ages, Clara. In fact, he's a war veteran." "Spanish war?" "Oh, no; he wasn't in that." "Civil war, then, of course." "No-er Mexican." and I had been taking other medicine for nine days without relief. I heartily recommend this remedy as being the best to my knowledge for bowel coup plaints. K. (i. Stiíwart. of the firm of Stewart & Hro., Green ville, Ala. Kor sale by all drug gists. What the Poot Says. After their honeymoon t Niag ara Kails they came hack and settled on the old farm. "Gracious, Site!" said Cynthia. "Why are you in such a bail humor!" "Making butter is blamed hard work," grumbled Sile, removing the beads from his brow. ' Oh, cheer up, Sile. Don't the poet say that it is love that makes the world go round?" 'Yes, but, by gosh, it don't make the churn go round." loihile acd In v lirornie si i in : nrli. liv.-r r.t.'i i-oweis 1 1 r mil.V lie n-ell ill iiutiel.on ll'l l.i.l.li ll M.-. ral lilicovery n leni'ioi.i- noe Cool. 'What loes that stranger on the beach mean by his signals.' . . . i . i. . i. .i ... demanded nie man .11 mo u un. "Did you ever the fellow be fore?" "No," answ. r. ii th ' girl in tin yachting cap, "but he ha-, jit--! nronosrd to we bv wigwag, and i i I have accented hull, t'ur en gagement, thcreloiv. 1. o Kindly put me ashore." Tho Touch That H. aU Is the touch of Huckleiis Arnica Salve. It's the happiest coinbin at ion oi Arnica Howers and Heal ing balsams ever compounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer is, this Salve will cure it. For burns, scalds, cuts, wounds piles, it has no eitial. Guar Supply Co. 25c Tho Fair a Creditable Olio. The officials of the Socorro Counts l air are hard at work to make the new enterprise a sue .... e . i I I I . I .1 : cess. 1 lie tail win nr item in the Gem Cits during the last three days oi the present mouth Although the project is new and the time short great progress has been made and it now looks as if the lair will be a svrv credita ca n. An assortment oi fancy sta tionery at the Chieftain ol'iice Lost and Found. Lost, between :30 p. m., yes terday and noon to-day, a bilious attack, with . nausea and sick headache. This loss was occas ioned bv finding at the Socorro Drug and Supply Co. a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaranteed for biliousness, mal aria and jaundice 25c. The Fair Successful Event. The Socorro County Fair, which will be held at Socorro during the last days of Septem ber, gives every promise of being a very successful event. The fair is being liberally advertised and the attractions are such as to merit and deserve a large at tendance from all parts of the friends 1 southwest. Silver City Inde- Inow that he is honest, and they pendent. Chamberlain's Cough Keniedy On o of the Best on the Market For many years Chamberlain's Cough Keniedy has constantly gained in favor and popularity until it is now one of the most staple medicines in use ami has an enormous sale. It is intend ed especialy for acute throat and lung disease, such as coughs, colds and croup, and can always be depended uion. It is pleas ant and safe to take and is un doubtedly the best in the market for the purposes for which it is intended. Sold by all druggists. Remember, one and oip-liftli fare to "The I'.ig Fair" at Albu Uei'iiie. 9 Bile oison has a very bad effect on yuur sys tem. It disorJcrs your stomach anJ digestive apparatus, taints your I'IikaI anJ causes constipation, with nil its fearful ills. v ii For delicious ice cream soda and cool drinks, go to Winkler's. Sick Headache. This disease is caused by a de rangement of the stomach. Take a dose of Cliainlierlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct this disorder and the sick headache will disappear. For sale by all druggists. Ttiedforiis Black-Draught1 is a Maud tonic, liver regulator, and Mood purllicr. It gets rid of the poisons caused by over-supply it t ile, and quickly cures bilious headaches, dizziness, loss of npH-tite, nausea, Indiges tion, constipation, malaria, dills snd (ever, Jaundice, nervousness, Irritability, melancholia, and oli sickness due to disordered liver. It is nut a cathartic, but a gentle, herbal, liver medicine, which eases w ithout Irritating. Price 25c at all Druggists. Mineral Application No. 831 Noiie.e of Application for Patent. IT. S. I, anil OlVu-e, Cruces, New Me.vieo, SeptcnilMT 1H, 1hi7 Not ire i hereliv 'iveii. that l,d wanl K. Cole mil Ktlwanl II. Cole. Ixith ri-HiileiiM of ami wlumi: post oflice .iililreio nre. New York City, State of New York liy their attorney in fart, John K. (iriilitli, has tiled mi applica tion for patent for the lole iniiiinir claim calli-il the Flora rpiartx mine, Mtti.itrd in the little ltnrro mining district. Socorro county. New Mexico, lieine; Mineral Survey No. 1.515, ac i shown liy the tit-Id notes and otlirial I plat on tilo In thiit oflice, in towiiHhipft (ninth of range .s cast, unmirvcyed, lie itie; drserilx-d as follows: Ucgiiuiine; at cor. No. 1. Identical with cor. No. 1 of Survey No. 745, Cop per (ilnnce lode, K. II. Cole and I',. K. Cole claimant, and identical with cor. No. 1, amended location. A granite stone 2txlx'i inn. 12 ins. in the ground, in a mound f utotic, with a mound of stone l1 ft. high, 2 ft base, alongside. luseled 1 and which surveyor cms- 745 t ied 1 on nido facinii claim, whence 1 I'.S. 1,. Mali.. n Monument, known ns Initial Point. Iittle llurro, a limestone !ii.1nxli ins. above ground, in a large mound of stone, marked I!. S. Iv. M., located on summit of small conical hill, bears s. i' dgs. .VI mill. e. 45.1.7 ft diM. A cross (X) and II. K 1 on a 745 granite rock in place lu-ars s. ,-o lgs w. U It dUt. A cross (X) and H K 1 745 on a granite roen in place oears n. -iigs. loll. diM. Capitol lVak, bears s. .' dgs " 'I hence ii 20 lg 2o mm w. 'a 12 dgs 2H min e 150ii ft to cor No. Identical with cor No. 2, amended location. A limestone 24xlSxO ins. t in a m unid of stone, with a mound ol stone 1 v. ft high 2 tt. liase along side, chiseled 2 on .side facingc.lawii; 1515 whence a cross, (x) and II K 2 on a 1515 rock in place bears h o4 dgs US min v i.Mt di,t. A cross (x) and it K - 131 5 on a rock in place, bears s 47 dgs 3d mill e. H..s ft dist. I'oiut m t.unsiglit Pass, bears s 15 dgs w. Thence h M lirs in mill w, va 12 dgs 2H nun e. mhi ft to cor No. 3. Identical with cor No. 5, amended location. A cross (x) on a rock in place; raise a inoiiml 1 '15 if stone, 3 ft. base, 2 ft high along- id ': whence a cross and 11 K 3 1315 bears n 3.S dgs 30 nun e 6.4 ft (list Cap itol Peak, hears s 4 dgs 02 min -. Point in liuusight Pass, bears s 14 dtrs w. I lience s 20 dgs 20 mm o va I2di's2-H mm e 143n.i ft. intersect line 2-3 sur No. 473, Sunset lode, aban doned, at s 2 dgs 4') min w Mifi.a H from cor No. 2 15Mi ft to cor No. 4 Identical with cor No. 4. amended lo- ation and with cor No. 2, sur No, 43. Connor (ilaiice lode. A granite stone 24xlox3 ins 12 ins in the ground, with a inouiid of stone, chiseled 2 745 which surveyor clneled 4 on sidr 1515 facing claim: whence cor No. .5, sur No. 473, Sunset lode, a sandstone 14 0x5 ins above ground, set in a mound of stone, marked 3 bears u 47 dgs 473 2-S min v 74.4 ft dis. Cor No. 2, stir No. 473. Sunset lode, a sandstone llx llxo ins above ground, in a mound of stone, marked 2 hears n Hi ilgs 1 473 min e 5iifi..s ft. A cross (x'( and 11 K 2 on a granite ledge, bears n .s dgs 45 3u min e 47 ft dist. Thence n S7 dgs lit min e va 12 dgs 2S min e. .-S3 It Intersect line 2-1 sur No. 4i3, Sunset lode, abandoned, at s 1 dgs 43 mm :us. Iioni cor No. 2 thereof. 0IH1 ft to cor No. 1, the point of beginning. Tin-total area of the Hora lode i l'l.o'H aeris. 1 lie notice ot location ot tlie sax Flora lode milling claim is of record in the ollice of the Kecorder of Sor ro County, New Mexico, in book 23 mining re corns ai page ami me amended and additional notice of the said claim is of record in the said re corder's ollice in book fit of milling records at page si. Tin- prcsiiuied course of the lode is nearly north and south. The number of feet claimed on tile lode is fifteen hundred feet, as described ill tile fore going field notes. The surface ground claimed is tltree hundred feet on either side of the center of bide. This claim is joined on the south by the Copper ti lace lode, being sur. No. 745. the south end line of the l-'lora lode, lieing identical with the north end line ol the Copper (lance lode. This claim is in conllict with sur. No 47M, the Sunset lode; the south end of the Flora lode coullicls witli the north end of the Sunset lode, to the extent of l.Tus acres. No tiiisurveyed milling claims arc known to adjoin or conllict with this survey. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the milling ground, vein, lode, premise, or any portion thereof so described, surveyed, platted, and ap plied for, are hereby uotilicd that un less their adverse claims are duly Tiled according to law, and the regulations thereunder, within the time prescribed by law, with the register of the I'uited States land ollice al has Cruces, in the county of Hoiia Anna, territory of New Mexico, they will be barred by the provisions of the law in such cases made and provided. Kur.iíNK Vas Pattkn, Register. VI 17 boCAI, TIME TABLE. 3:fX) a m H:00 p rn 11:55 a m1 . . ..Passenger ..East Freight... . ,I,ocal Freight. . .1 S SOCORRO. North 3:110 a m 1:55 a m 4:05 a tn No. ,nnt 100 carry ijiassenifers be tween Alhurucrtic a ml 'San Marcial. MAC.DAEENA BRANCH. Paily except Sunday. 7:45 a ni Lv. .Socorra.. A r 2:10 p m JJ iryi i yvf- s ii is JACK 0; ah TRADES FAIRBANKS MORSE i-Cfj i ALLAIRE, MIERA & CO., San Antonio, N. Mi Selling agents for Jack of all rr.idi.-s engines, nll sizes, for So- Antonio, N. M. 1 'rices and terms on applica tion. J.H.HILTON ESTABLISHED 1881 MAXri'ACTI Kr.B AMI IH.AI.KR IN Boots, Shoes, Harness and Saddles REPAIRING NEATLY DONE SOCIETIES. MASONIO. mm. SOCORRO I.ODCE, No. 9, A I v A.'M. Rejju lar cominuiiica tioiiH, second anC fourth Tuesday of each month Visit inir brethern cordially invited. tilín. I',. Cook, V. M. C. C;. lbiNCAN, Secretary. SOCORRO CHAPTER No. R, R. A. M. Regular con voe.it ions first and third Tuesdays of each month. W. M. How HOWiiAl.K, K. II. P. C. ',. Duncan, Secretary. NOTICE KOR PUHUCATION I)i:i'AWTMHNT Ol-' THK INTHKIOK, Land Ollice at Cruce, N. M., Í Setit. 1M, 1'KiT. ( Notice is hereby given that John Welly, ha filed notice of his intention to make linal proof in uport of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 4iU4, made Sept. 14. I'm.l, for theN'i NW'i Sec. 14, and SW.'i SEV.SE'i SW'4, Section 11, Towiihliip 7 S, Rane 7 W, and that said proof will be made before li. H. Sweet, at Socorro, N. M., on Oct. 25, V7. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resilience upon, and cultivation of the land, viz: Will Satathite of Rosedale, N. M.; John Satathite of Rosedale, N. M.J ) West Ilurris of Rosedale, N. M.; r.liain i-. i- inley oi m ounce no, i. w.; Ki'i.KNK Van Pattkn, Register. --r-.tr-'i MAGDALEN CHAPTER No. , Order of the Eastern Star. At Masonic Hall first and third M o ii d a y s of each month. Mks. Ji-nnih E. Cook, W. M. John E.imi-HiTii, Secretary. SIS r PC- OP F- RIO GRANDE LODGE, No. 3, K. of P. Regular meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock at Castla hall. Visiting knights given a cordial welcome. A. Maviík, C. C S. C. Mkhk, K. ofR. and S. PYTHIAN SISTERS Temple No. 2.- Regular meetings first and third Thursdays of each month. Mks. J. E. Gku-i'ith, Mks. W. II. llu.i.. M. E. C. M. of R. and C. Abran Torres KXPKKSS I'ACKAGKS DKUVKHHD 1'komhti.y i.kavr okdkk.s at C. A. llACA'S Barber Shop. It takes a lot of money to edu cate girls and after they gradu ate hut few of tliem are able to support a husband. Studebaker wagons! The famous Studebaker wagons! Apply to (ieo. K. Cook. Kresh vegetables at Winkler. Furnished rooms at Wjnkler's. \n\n town of Socorro has made , .tu... . . - , . . . ipcil miihorll'i : o.l i In- fi-ii i.'i-Iii-!i . 1 1 1 1 'l 1 1 s "e I lie I., I; t . : 1 1 1 1 '.v. :.-!-.-. Piula : I l.-f. I I' : Pi -f l-l.' in ,,,,, y.,1 I ill, -.-. N V : Piof rinii-y .""i- ...o.. l.-.s on 1'i.nUI r.iol In IT. -l 1 n i..-; sttpaled. I'l-ey re tluv oul su:::ii -i oal. -I. anteed bv the Socorro Drug ami ble one. .santa re ew .Me si corro, Mn Marcial, and San