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THE MOST SUCCESSFUL EVENT
Continued J rom IlKAl'TIFl'l. Ft K KWÜRK9 DI3PLAV Tlie fair association liad invest ed a j;enerou. sum of money in fireworks and Sunday evening was chosen for the display. The siulit was a beautiful one not onlv for the large crowd that (fathered at the fair grounds lut also for preat num Ikts of people who occupied points of vantage in all parts of the city. The beautiiul dis play continued for more than an hour. MONDAY WAS "soCORKO PAY" Monday was "Socorro Day" ami in spite of the fact that it was the last day of the fair interest in the proceedings did not lag in the least. The day's doings were inaugurated with a lig Indian parade from the fair grounds to the plaza and return. The First Kegiment land accompanied the parade and made more of its good music. I KI.K l-'OK AM. IIOKSK RACK Just lie fore noon the free for all horse race was pulled o IT on the race track. The trial of speed was an interesting one and resulted in K. C. Ross' Lay mare Trigger I let 1 taking first uioiiev. Clay C. Cooper's black horse Perico taking second mo ney, and Henry Dreyfus' roan horse saving his entrance fee. TIIK COWBOY FOOTR ACK. II. C. Medley, Milt Craig, and V.O. Wheeler entered for the cow boy footrace to le run in ordi nary cowlioy attire. Anybody w ho thinks it easy to run a foot race with his feet equipped with high heeled Ixxits and big spurs should try it sometime, but not when somebody is looking. This race resulted in a victory for Medley. SANTA I K ', SOCORRO 2. The afternoon ball game be tweeii Santa I V and Socorro re suited in a score of ') to 2 in fa vor of the former. The visitors piled up four runs in the sec ond inning and live in the ninth, while the best the home team could do was to tally one in the fourth inning and another in the ninth. The game was not a good exhibition. In fact the playing by both teams was such as the fans usually call "rotten." Lopez, Isbel, and IV t tus were the battery for San ta Fe, Ilagerman and I'inkerton for for Socorro. It was in this game that an unfortunate and grave accident occurred. Tarr, Santa Fe's second baseman, un dertook to throw the ball to the home plate to head oil Cook, who was making the race of his life from third. The ball hit Lopez, the Santa Fe pitcher, just back of the ear and felled him to the ground as though he had In-eii shot. Loez was car ried olf the grounds in a bad condition but at last report was recovering from the effects of the blow. MII.T CKAIli, CIIAMI'IOX UlTSTKR. There was more bronco bust- The finest in the world ttyhen ordering ask for Dr. Price's by name, eUa the grocer may forget the kind you are accustomed to. ing with the same entries as before. At the conclusion of the sport the judges awarded first money to Milt Craig and second toll. C. Medley. It had to be a close decision lietwecn two of the best riders in the ter ritory. The dav's festivities ended with a dance attheoinra house, and the fair was over. TIIK MINKRAI. KXIIIIIIT. One of the features of the fair that attracted a good deal of at tention was C. T. I'rown's min eral exhibit. .It was at the cost of considerable labor and money that Mr. Hrown arranged, his mineral collection, one of the most extensive and valuable in the southwest, and at the request of the officers of the fair associa tion exhibited it for public in spection. TIIK SANTA VK HOOSTKD. Much credit is due the Santa Fe for the valuable help it gave in making the fair the great suc cess that it was. Superintendent W. K. Ktter gave the governor and party the use of his private car from Santa Fe and return. The company gave a low rate over a wide extent of territory and furnished all the extra equipment that was needed, and this was a kind of boosting that was next to indispensable. I'AIR OKKCIAI.S DID WKI.I.. No end of praise is due the fair ofticials for their vigorous ef forts to make Socorro county's first annaual fair a complete suc cess. President Aniceto C. Abey tia, Secretary and Treasurer C. A. Haca, Directors Meliton Tor res, Anton Mayer, ami Kstevan Haca, Manager I'. J. Savage, lion. V. K. Martin of the com mittee on celebrations and events, Grand Marshal M. Coon ey, Manager (leo. K. Cook of the Socorro Hlues in fact, every of ficer and every member of every committee worked hard and suc ceeded in making the fair one that their successors will find it hard to leat. Stolen or Strayed. On the night of Monday, Sep tember 30th, 1V07, one black horse, weight alxuit 'MM) pounds, white spots on face, unshod, hunch back, branded on left thigh A. Last seen, being taken north, morning of October 1, 1'U7. l'lease notify and receive re ward from Francis K. Lkstkr, Mesilla Dark, New Mexico. Advertise in the Chieftain. LOCALS The Ladies Aid society" will meet with Mrs. (íeo. K. Cook Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The board of county commis sioners will convene, in regular quarterly session Monday morning. C. T. Hrown went out to the Kelly camp Wednesday morning on mining business, expecting to return today noon. IN a than nail and lamily came down from Water canon Monday and will be at home for the winter in the Smith cottage in the western part of the city. Attorney IClfego Haca of Al buquerque was in town Sunday and Monday helping to make So corro county's first annual fair the great success that it was. Jos. K. Smith suffered an ex ceedingly severe attack of con gestión of the stomach Monday morning, but was up and out again lefore the close of the next day. Mrs. Chas. Tabachi and chil dren were guests of Mrs. Ta bachi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Kazenstein, during the fair and returned to their home iri Kelly Wednesday morning. Major and Mrs. H. Kuppe were among Socorro's guests from Al bumiemue Saturday, and loth expressed themselves as greatly surprised and no less pleased over the remarkable successs of So corro county's fair. A. II. Hilton of San Antonio is reported to have accompanied Governor Curry on his trip to St Louis on the governor's invita tton. 1 he two gentlemen have been intimate friends since their old-time, cowlwy days. Chairman David Farr of the board ol county commissioners was among the visitors in town Monday and was greatly pleased, as everybody else was, at the great success of Socorro county's first undertaking in the line of a fair. Jas. II. iMctiee ol Kelly ar rived in Socorro Saturday morn' ing on his way home from a visit at his former home in Wisconsin, During his absence Mr. McGee visited the Milwaukee fair and he sieaks in enthusiastic terms of the recent wonderful growth ot the Cream City and the sur rounding country. Fresh vegetables at Winkler's WHitney Company Wholesale and Retail Hardware Alaska Refrigerators White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers . Plumbing Hercules Powder Mine and Mill State of Ohio, City of Toledo, l M Lucas County. . ) " Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business, in the City of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence, this Mh day of December, A. D. 188. (Seal) A. W. Glkason, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of 1 the system. Send for testimon ials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Jas. F. Herry, who had been employed for a year or more by the American Metal company of the city of Mexico, has accepted a much more desirable position with the Guanajuato Develop ment company of Guanajuato. This is another illustration of the fact that yonng men who fit themselves at the New Mexico School of Mines for practical work never lack appreciation. Out of Sight. 'Out of sight, out of mind,' is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore, burn or wound thats been treated with Hucklen's Arnica Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind and out of existence. Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence. Guaranteed by the Socorro Drug and Supply Co. 25c. Major Kuppe returned from Socorro this morning on the de layed special train and he said the parade at Socorro Saturday was one of the lest he uas ever seen, lie highly praised the hospitality of the Socorro people and said that the city handled the great crowds in a most satis factory manner. Anybody who thinks' Socorro is a dead town should have been down to the fair and they would be convinc ed that it is certainly a live city. Socorro has been thoroughly awakened and is fast becoming a city of push and enterprise. Albuquerque Citizen. Hi Dear Old Mother. My dear old mother, who is now eighty-three years oiu, thrives on Electric Hitters," writes W. B. Hrunson, of Dublin, Ga. She has 'taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite, feels strong and sleeps well." That's the way Klectric Bitters affect the aged, and the same happy re sults follow all cases of female weakness and general debility. Weak, puny children too, are greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed also for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, by So corro DTug and Supply Co. 50c. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned Treaurer and Ex-Ofhcio Col lector of Socorro county, Territory ol New Mexico, a provided by law, ha 23 Honda oí S1UU each bearing intercut at 6 per cent per annum from School District wo. u in mil county ana ter ritory for sale. I will sell said Bonds to the hiifheat bidder for cash. JOSH K. lOKKKS, Treasurer and Collector. TO BE STRONG, to be liberal, to be prothpt; to serve its depositors carefully mid with precision, holding their Interests as Identical with its own; to grant as generous terms as are consistent with safe and sotlud banking and to place its increasing facilities at the command of its customers, is the policy of this institution. DANKtNfi 11 Y MAIL is a upeclalty with us and our increasing business is proof of our satisfactory -service. WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS TLhc Socorro State JSanft Socorro, Hew flDcxtco, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $33,600.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS JOSEPH PRICE, President; C. T. HROWN, Vice-President; EDWARD l. PRICE, Cashier; JAMES G. FITCH, M. IOEWENSTEliN. N and and Tinning High Explosives Supplies jC? Mail Orders Solicited j& II3-II5-II7 Sen!!) First Street 401-403 North First Street ALDUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Territory of New Mexico, I County of Socorro. In the Probate Court. In re ettate of Evert Fuller, To all whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned was, on the first day of October, vu, duly appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Everet Fuller, deceased, by the Probate court of Socorro county, New Mexico. All persons having claims against the estate of said deceased are hereby re quired to present the same within the time prescribed by law. Attest: (J. II. stony. E. II. Swkht, Administrator. (skal Probate Clerk. Uy J. A. Tokmks. Deputy. Notics of Forfeiture. To the Baking Powder Mining com pany: You are Hereby notined that you are due the undersigned Twelve Hundred Dollars for salary unpaid and and three years assessment on the llaking Powder claim, copy of lo cation notice of which is recorded in book 23, page 341, in Recorder's olhce of Socorro county. New Mexico. Said claim is situated in the Rosedale Mill- i n if District, county of Socorro, New Méx.: and you are further notilied that at the expiration of ninety day's after you are served with this notice in writing, or alter its publication, you shall fail or refuse to pay the 11,200.00 in salary and your part of this assess ments, your interest in said claim shall become the property of the uudtr- Loewenstein Bros. have; just .received A Very Large iStocK - OF THE - CELEBRATED GOLD AND SILVER MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Take a Look at Them as They Can Not Fail to Please You. Loewenstein Bros. Successors (o PRICE BROS. Q CO. 3 Gome and See the Big Stock of BATH and TOILET SOAPS EXAMINE PRICES You Will Then Know Why So Many People Buy Their Soaps of Us Newcomb, Collins & Co. , . . - . - - : - - is Witte Gasoline or Distalent Engines For information and prices, write C. C. Keid, San Antonio, or II. .W. Crawford, San Marcial. Subscribe for The Chieftain. signed. W. W. bDWAKUS. \n\n uljc Socorro (íljieflain.