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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Dr. M. McCreary PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Magdalena, Alien' Hotel Annex. New Mexico Ckkic.hton Fkrc.uson, M. D. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Sl'KCIAt. Tkkatmknt of ilo the none anU the throat. In Dr Swisher's old office. Conultation by appointment. Ollicc Hour, 10 to 12 a. tn, 2 to 4 p. m., 7 p. m. )K. C. G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN. AND SURGEON. South California; street, nearly op posite, the postoflice. Socurro, - - New Mexico LFKGO HACA, ATTORNEY A I' LAW. Socorro, - - Now Mexico. A. A. SKDIM'O, Attorney at Law Socorro, - - New Mexic... DOUGIIKKTY & GKlFl'l'l . ATTORNEYS A I A Socorro, - - ewrcxiCM jamks g. Fir; 1 1 ATTORNEY . A Office in Terry block. Socorro, - - N v Mexico W. A. FLEMING JONES, ATTORN FY-AT-LAW Unit?d States Commissioner. Las Cruces, - New Mexico. E. KELLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. WILLIAM II. IIERKICK U. S. Dkputy.MinkkalSukvkyok Irrigation Engineering Socorro, - - New Mexico CARTHAGE COAL MINING CO. M. L. Hilton & Givane Luera, Proprietors. lelilí. Nriitl, A. II. HILTON, General Agent, San Antonio. First Class Coal. Low Prices Patronize Home Industry. O RESTE PEKAGALLO Mining Expert Land Surveying and Location of Mining Claims P. O. Dox 182 Socorro, -:- -:- New Mexico K. CHAMBON DEALER IN General Merchandise SOCORRO, - N. M. KILL the COUCH AND CURE thk L UNC 9 Dr. King'! WITH How Discovery ANO ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED 8ATI8FACÍ0ÜX OB MONET REFUNDED. Socorro Soda Works A. F. KATZENSTEIN, Prop. Manufacturer of all kinds of Soft Drinks Family Trade a Specialty Agent for Imperial Laundry Phone 23 East Side of Plaza Call at The Chieftain your fancy stationery. LIVERY and FEED STABLE WOOD and COAL HAY AND GRAIN Call for the Dui GOOD RIGS and PROMPT SERVICE Geo. E. COOK, PROPRIETOR. Mining Application No. 833. Notice of Application for Patent. U. S. Land Ollice, Las Cruces, N. M., Oct. X, 1'J07. Notice is hereby iriven, that Ad die Driscoll, whoso post office ad dress is Socorro, Socurro county, New Mexico, has filed an appli cation for patent for the lode mining claim called the Copper quartz mine, situated in the Sil ver Mountain Mining District. Socorro county. New Mexico, be ing mineral survey No. 1313, as shown by the field notes and of ficial plat on filetin this office in township 3 and 4 south of range 3 west, unsurveyed, being de scribed as follows: Beginning at cor. No. I, a 32x lbx8 ins. granite stone chiseled 1 set 24 in. in the ground with 1313 stone mound 3 ft base 2 ft high alongside; whence a 32 in. pine bears s. S5 dgs 30 min. e. 27.3 ft. high alongside; whence a 32 in. pine bears s. S5 dgs 30 min e 27.3 ft. A 14 ins pine bears s. 2 dgs 45 min w 10.7 fi.. each scribed 1 15. T. The 1313 northeast corner oí the amended location, a 5x5 ins. pine post 4 ft long, set in a stone mound, bears n. 77 dgs 23 min. e. 35.4 ft. the closiug corner on the old Socorro Grant boundary between sections 30 and 31, T. 3 s r 3 w, a2i.xlx8 ins granite stone chiseled PCS O C, set in a stone mound, bears N 7 dgs 4 min w 51 VI. 4 ft. Thence s 77 dgs 23 min w va 12 dgs 55 min e. 1500 ft to cor No. 2, a granite ledge 2 ft high 10 ft long, bearing N 10 dgs w and s 10 dgs E chiseled x 2 with a stone mound 3 ft 1313 base 2 ft high alongside; whence A 16 ins pine scribed 2 15 T, 1313 bears n 45 dgs w (.7 ft. The northwest corner of the amended location, a 4x4 in. pine post 5 ft long, set in a stone mound, bears n 5 dgs 30 min w 14.7 ft. No other bearings available. Thence s 2 dgs 36 min e va 13 dgs e along summit of Magdalena mountains. 55.1 ft to cor No. 3, identical with the southwest corner of the amended location, a 30x16x8 in granite stone chis eled 3 set 14 ins in the ground, 1313 with a stone 4 ft. base, 2 ft high alongside; whence a 26 in pine bears s 52 dgs 20 min e 20 ft, a 26 in pine bears n 51 dgs e 7.5 ft, a 30 in pine bears s 42 dgs w 25 ft each scribed 3 15 T. Thence 1313 n 77 dgs 2' min e va 13 dgs e. 14W.0 ft to cor No. 4, a 24x12x8 in granite stone, chiseled 4 set 1313 14 ins in the ground with a stone mound 2 ft base 2 ft high along side; whence a 10 inch pine bears s 10 dgs e 13 ft, a 12 ins pine, bears s 15 dgs w 22 ft each scrib ed 4 II T the southeast corner 1313 of the amended location a 6x6 ins aspen post 4 ft long, set in a stone mound !ears s 70 dgs 40 min e 48.7 ft. Thence u 2 dgs 35 min w va 13 dgse. 245.0 ft to trail, northeast and southwest. 5'J8.6 ft to cor No. 1, the place of beginning. The total area of the Copper claim is 20.235. The notice of location of the said Copper lode mining claim is of record in the ollice of the re corder of Socorro county, New Mexico, in took 14 of mining records at page 731; and the amended and additional location notices of the said claim are of record in the said recorder's of fice in book 44 of mining records at page 137 and book 61 qf min ing records at page 77'i. The presumed course of the lode is nearly east and west. The number of feet claimed on the lode is fifteen hundred feet on the north side and fourteen hundred and ninety-nine and no- tenths feet on the south side of the lode, as described in the fore going field notes. The surface ground claimed is three hundred ;ml eight and two-tenths feet in width on the north end and two hundred and ninety-eight and six- tenths feet on the south end of the lode. There are no adjoining or con flicting claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely the mining ground, vein, lode, premises, or anv por tion thereof so described, survey ed, platted and applied for, are hereby notified that unless their adverse claims are duly filed ac cording to law, and the regula tions thereunder, within the time prescribed by law, with the reg ister of the United States land office at Las Cruces, in the coun ty of Dona Anna, Territory of New Mexico, they will be barred by the provisions of the law in such cases made and provided. EroKNK Van Patten, Kegister. Mayor II. (). liursum of So corro was among the arrivals from the south this forenoon to meet friends. Mr. HurMim has spent the past week in Albuquer que, rtly attending the several conventions that were held there, viewing fair sights, and looking after political matters. He has lost none of his old time popu larity and strength with the peo ple, quite the reverse. The peo ple of the Territory are well satisfied with the sterling worth and high standing of Mr. liur sum. This was shown bv the attention that was paid and courtesies extended him during fair week in the Duke City. New Mexican. Diamonds Proof Against Acids. There' is no acid which has any perceptible effect upon a genuine diamond. Hydrofluoric acid, if dropped on a stone made of glass, will corrode it, but will not affect a diamond one way or the other. A trained eye can see the hardness in a diamond, whereas the imitations appear soft to the vision of the experts. A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is fre quently made in that apparently useless little tube called the "aj pendix." It's generally the re sult of protracted constipation, following liver torpor. Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate the liver, prevent appendicitis, and establish regular habits of the bowels. 25c. at the Socorro Drug and Supply Co. Evidently Frank Has a Cinch. The following letter was pick ed up in the streets of Long mont the other day, says the San Francisco Calt: "My Dar ling Frank: I swallowed the postage stamp that was on your last letter, because I knew that your lips had touched it, and, oh, Frank, I felt so happy after ward. Put two stamps on your next letter." Advertise in the Chieftain. Concrete Lighthouae. By the use of concrete a tall lighthouse was constructed in a short period of time at the Point de la Coubre, at the mouth of the Gironde river, in France. The building is 225 feet high and about 35 feet in diameter at ) the base. It was finished in nine months after the beginning of the work, and cost $'0,(M)t). The haste was due to the fact that the sea threatened to wash away the old structure. BEST FOR TUL: BOWELS If yo hftTto't ft rf ul-ir, tifft.lt. i y titoTaint of t lit liruwtt.a very dftv. vou'r til ur will t. y.ur U'! uwii, ftUtl hm wall. 'urr, lit tb tliai uf viola ti I (ihyt or tlll lo . ta danitnup. Th ui.xiltit, iftaUit, Dtoal fx r feet ry uf iH.wftia clvftf ttud dun U to Ua EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Plaaaanl. Halalabla, f.ileut, Taita tbod. Imi O.asl. aiavar Mltik-a, Waak-a orlirliiai lu. and lu eauta aer box. Writ fur (rae aauipla, aud lea-a 11 ua kaallk. Addraaa i-U IhtritiMjRaawéVCwaaanv. Chkat ar New York. KEEP YC'Jn CL033 CLE&Ü CANDY fl CATHARTIC - . Mineral Application No. 830. Nolle of Application for Patrnt. II. H. Land omc. t..la Crnrra. Nrw Mrxlcn, Sriit-mh-r 1. lJJ. Noi ! i loTfhy irlrrn, that Kitaard V. Col inil Kilwnrtl II. Coli, both rvalflrnta of and lnr it i.flf aililreaa irf, firm York Clt, t.it- of Nrw York lv tht-lr attornrr ln fai t, John K. I.riflith. h.ia flint an appliratloa for puiMit for lxli mining claim callrrt tlia l VKTI.K quart ml nr. ailaatnl In lh Mill llurro mininif tli-iru-t. Socorro cnuntr. New Mrili-n, iK-inir Mineral Stirrer No. 1JIS, aa liown lv the liehl note and oftl. lal plat on file In till office. In townahlu H aonth of rang 5 ea-t anurieed lieintr deacrthexl aa fnllnwa: lli-eiiioiiiK al cor. No. I. Identical with cor. No. I o( the amended location. A llmeatone Ux li. ln. 12 ina. in the a-round, with mound a ol tone IS It. hi (ílt i ft.haaealonirid,i'hleled II on Ride faciiiir claim, whrnca U. S. lo 1 114 cation monument, known aa Initial Point, l.illle llurro Minina- I'tMrict, a lime-tone .ixJittn Inn. above irround In a mound of Mono, marked I'. H I,. M located on mimmit ( amall conical hill, bear a N. 4 .r . lllu.4 ft. dl-t. cor. No. 4, aurrev No. 74 ( iipp-r (.Line l.ode, a irranlte alone, luljit Inn. above irround, marked 4 with mound of 745 tone alotiirniile. E. II. Cole and E. F. Coin, claimants Iva ra a. i t xr.imU ft. dint, a croa txj and II K I on a xraitite led a-e, U-ara n. 6J 1.11 4 V e. lin.Jft. dit. Thence a. 7 .11 . variation l.l e. I ! Icvt to cor. No. J. Identical with cor. No. 2 of amended location a limeatone 14allaS inn. W Inn. in the irround in a mound of atone, rhi-rlrd i m aide faclnir claim, with mound 1)14 of ntotte 1 'j It. hitflt ft. bane, alona-aide, whence a croa xi and II K 2 on a llmeatone boulder t.x.M? in. alie irround Wan. n. W 4J" e. Itvi.N ft. diM. 1 apital IVak lieara a. Io Itr e. faiinl of ria-k in t.uitaitfht l.laa, lieara a. v" X w. Thence . 2 .r w. va. W ' e. J'avb ft. Inter aect line 2 1 Mir. No. 4X4, Hill Klndler bale, nlkindourd. at . k7" .IV w. 5x7.4 ft. from cor. No 2. A aattdaiotte, l.aalJxb In, ataive ground, in a mound ol Mtone marked 2 tW ft. to cor. No. 44 Identical wtlhVor. no. 3 amended liaratlon a lime-tone 24xKxb In. 12 In. in the irround. In a mound of atone chiaeled .1 on Mule fácula- claim, with mound of atona 1114 l'i ft. hiirh 2 ft, bae atouiralde; whence cor. No. .1. Mini'V No. 4H4, Ilill r'mdlev bale.alao nw. cor. i ikl.ihoma No. 2. ble. unaurveyed a aaiid alone I2xln5 in, alaive giiound, la mound of tone, no matka visible, claimetit unknown, la-.ii . t'" t w. 1 fl. dial. Cor. No. 2, aurvey No. 44. Ilill K i ml lev bale, alo ne. cor. Okla homa No. 2 hale, alaive dcaci ita-d, laara o. 72' .V e. 5'l ft. dial. A croaa and UK J on a 1.114 irranile m k in place allowing- 3 ft. a ft. i4 ina. alaive irtoiiud. la-ar a. 72'' hf w. HI.H ft, diat. Thence N. 7 .11' w. va. 1.1- e. 1255.I fl. Inter i l line .14, aurvev No. 745 Copper .lance bale at . 7 ni w. ñi.i ft. from cor. No. 4 heretoloie deacrilH-d, I.Iimi It. to cor. No. 4. Identical with cor. No. 4, amended baation. A llmeatone 24xlox ina. 12 in, in the irround, in a mound uf stone; chish-d 4 on aide lacitiir claim, with a 1.114 nionud of atone IS ft. hiirh, 2 ft. baae aloniride; thence cor. No. .1, aur. No. 745, Copwr (lance líale, a limestone 12.x7 in, ataive irround, In a mound of atone, marked .1 lieara a. 7b" 5 J w. 745 21'. 7 It. ilist. cor. No. 4 aur. No. 745, Cupper l.l.llice bale, heretofore descrilard, bear a. M5 '4 e. .17.1 ft. dist. Cor. No. 4, urver No. 47 J, Sunset bale and No. 44 It 1 1 H nil ley bale, abandoned, a sandstone 21x12x4 ina. in mound of atone, mat ked 4 tMar n. 4'" A5' w. 2b2. 4 It. 47.1 dist. Cor. No. I aur. No. 471, Sunset bale, and 44, Hill I'indley bale, abandoned, a aandatune 2144 ins. ala.te irround ill a mound of atone, mat ked I la-.irs, n. 47 degree 1J minute 47.1 e. 5n7.'t ft. dist. A croa and H K 4 on a granite 1.114 ria-k in place, ahou ilig Mxbl.l feet above ground la-ar n. Jo dcirree 47 minute w. 7.5 It. diat. Thence n. 2 degree Jo minute e. va. 1.1 de irreea e. .145 fl. Iuleret t line 4 1, aur. No. 745, CopT l.iauce bale, at n. II degree It minute w. 72 II. from cor. No, 4 heretofore decrttd. 417.1, It. inte rsit line 12 aurvey No. 4H4, at n. 1.1 divrev 55 minutes w. 1215.4 fl. from cor. No. 2 heietofoie deacritied. bixl fl. to cor. No. 1 to place ol lavinuiiig 'I lie total area of the Myrtle bale I m.ib acre. The notice of lia-atioit of the aaid Myrtle ble mining claim is of record ill the oÁice of the Re-order of Sta-orro county. New Mexico, In laa.k 2.1 of mining record at jKige 5; aud the amended and additional location notice of the aaid claim i of record in the said recorder' ollice in laaik til of mining record at page HI. The presumed course of the ble ia nearly north and south. The numlier of feet claimed on the bale ia thirteen hundred feet, a- de critied in the foregoing field notea. Theaurface ground claimed i three hundred feet on either aide of the center of the bale. The n Mili en. I of thi claim conflict with the south end of the Copfa-r 1, lance lode, urvey No. 745 to the extent ol .4t, acre which area ia excluded; also con llicta with the Ilill Klndley bale aurvey No. 44 throughout nearly ita full length to the extent of 14.H55acrea not excluded; also ilie south end of thi claim conflicta with the north em! of Oklahoma No. J l.le, unRur veved to the extent ol ,b7 acre excluded. No other con llicta or ad joining clalma known. Any and all roii claiming adveraeiy the mining ground, veina, bale, premiaen, or anv airtiou thcreol mi decritied, Riirveved, platted, ami applitsl for, are hereby notified that unle their adverse claim are duly tiled according to law and the regulation thereunder, within the time présenlas.! by law, with the reglnter of the Ignited State laud ofbee at La Cruce, in the County of liona Auna, territory of New Mexico, they will la tsirred by the provislona of the law in such case made and provided. Kui.hNK Van I'attkn, Keginter. PREMIUM MARKET. KAST SIDK l'LAZA. JUST OPKNKD, KVKKVTHING NRW, NKAT ANU CLEAN. THE MEATS WE CARRY are Hie tient that can bepro curoil. Ttiey are the fluent result frutn carefully rained Htock well li a i til It'll in butch cring. PERFECTLY SERVED ho that there i never any tlilliculty in pelting; a nice roast or uteak whenever you want it. HILL & FISCHER, PKÍÍPRIKTOKS. East Side of Plaza. Fine Regiatered Angora Bucks for Sala I have some high grade and registered Angora Hucks for sale, ranging in age from eighteen months to four vears; also some high grade and registered does. Prices given on application M. K. McCkakv. San Marcial. N. M. "Observe the face of the wife to know the husband's character," says an exchange. Large black and blue spots on the wife's countenance indicate that the I liict:ind is of art imDatient and irritable disposition. BANK OF MAGDALENA MAGDALENA, N. M. Capital - $30,000.00 SAFETY DEPOSIT OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS GUSTAV aCCKCR, PHiaiOINT JOHN BCCKCR. Vict PnctlOCNT J. S. MACTAVISH, CASMICR. M. W. FLOURNOV. SOLOMON LUNA. First National ALBUQUERQUE, Authorized Capital - Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus Deposit! - OFFICERS lofthua S. Kaynoldt, Preaident. KrnnW McKee, C.ivhi, r M. W. Klournoy, Vice Prenident. W. W. W K, AHvisl.int ( ,iv,, i -0--UNITK1) STATKS PKPOSITOKY-o - DKPOSITORY FOR THK A. T. A S. V. KY. SYSTKM. THe ParK House Frd DoecKeler (EL Co., Props. This old-time hotel has just chancil hands. It has been thoroughly overhauled ami ivftiniished and a professional and experienced chef has I teen employed. Kvery thing is new and clean and the table will be furnished with the very best the market affords. The public patronage is cordially solicited. i ens I mum i BE Daily until October 31, 1907, Accepted in tourist sleeper on payment Pullman farej also in free chair cars. Through service on fast trains. Slop.ovan anabU you to visit Grand Canon. Phoanlx, Praracott, avnd miny olhar polnlt, aaa roa aN JOAQUIN lUtlT Touaiar itarttr. Notice of Forfeiture. To Robert Roa: You are hereby notified that the utnlerK'iied ha ex pended for labor and improvement for the yearn ending December 31, I'HVi, and December 31, VM, One Hundred Dollars on the Alice miniiiK' claim, a copy of the location notice of which i recorded in Uook S3 at page 37 in the Recorder's ollice of Socorro county, New Mexico; One Hundred Dollars on the Florence iniuinff claim, a copy of the location notice of which is recorded in Uook 53 at pafe3'JHin the Recorder's ollice of Socorro county. New Mexico; Due Hundred liollars for each of the above named years. Both of said min ing claims are located in the Oscuro Mining District, Socorro Coun ty, New Mexico. Aud you are further notified that if at the expiration of ninety days after you are served with this notice in writing or after its put licatiou you shall fail or refuse to con tribute your portion of said expendit ures, your interest in said claims will Ik-comic the property of the under signed. tí. HAM. Notice of Final Report. Territory of New Mexico, I County of Socorro. lit the Probate Court. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the Report of Final Account of the administrator of the Kstate of Barbara (. de Trujillo has been filed with the Clerk of the Pro bate Court, and that the Probate Court has fixed the first day of its next regular term of said Court as the date in which to pass upon said final reKirt, being the first Monday of November, l'J7. Josh Calixto Montova, Attest: Administrator. K. H. Hwkkt. Clerk. lly J. A. Tun k us. Deputy. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned Tresurer and Kx-Otticio Col lector of Socorro county, Territory of New Mexico, aa provided by law, has 25 Honda of iluo each bearing interest at 6 per cent per annum from School District No. 13 In said county and ter ritory for sale. -I will sell said Bonds to the highest bidder for cash. Josk E. Tomsk, Treasurer aud Collector. BOXES FOR RENT. NEW MEXICO. 5 i(:(i,(i(i(i.(. 210,(1(1(1.(1(1 2.000,(XX'.00 formia ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Territory of Now Mexico, I County of Socorro. H' In the Probate Court. In re estate of Kvn t Fuller, To all whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned was, on the lirst day of October, I'm", duly apMtiuteil ad ministrator of the estate of Kveret Fuller, deceased, by the Probate Court of Socorro county. New Mexico. All persons having claims against III estate of said deceased are hereby re quired to present the same within the time prescribed by law. Attest: C. II. SrtiHV. K. II. Mvvkf.T, Administrator. I s K A i . I Probate I'leik. Bv J. A. TtlHKHS. Deputy, Notice of Forfeiture. To the Baking Powder Mining com pany: You are hereby notified that you are due the undersigned Twelve Hundred Dollars for salary unpaid ami and three years assessment on the Baking Powder claim, a copy of lo cation notice of which is recorded in hook 23, page .'"'1, in K-cotler's ollici; of Socorro con uly. New Mexico. Said claim is situated in the Koseilale M in ing District, c. unity of Socorro, New Méx.; and you are lurther notilied that at the expiration of timet v days after you are served with this notice in writing, or after its publication, you shall fail or refuse to pay the fl.iHi.tKi in salaiy and your part of this assess ments, your interest in aaid claim shall become the property of I lie iiiuUr signed. V. V. F.dwahks. ' Economical in HttadgAar. A man ounlit to I jo economi cal! You see that hat? I've hud it two vcarH and it looks all rijjht still. I've only h.nl it re blockeil a couple of times ly a hatinakt-r ami once I exchanged it in a restaurant for one tll.it was entirely new. An assortment oí fancy sta tionery at the Chieftain ollice. ) r \n\n THOS. JAQUES, Aant, CA Alchlaon, Topaha OQi .Santa Fo Ry, Co. Socorro. N. M .