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LOCALS 1 S. S. Milliard of Keserve ar rive1, in town yesterday. V. II. Uverts was a business visitor in Albuquerque Wednes day. Max II. Mbntoya of San An tonio was a visitor in Socorro tliis tnorninji. Harry Reilly and family of Kairview are guests at the Wink ler hotel today. Mrs. J. J. Leeson has been in Magdalena this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. I.,. A. Mit chell, and family. Dr. M. McCrearv of Magdalena was in Socorro Thnrsday morn ing on his way home home from the Albuquerque fair. Attorney Jas. (;. Fitch left this morning for Carlsbad to at tend the annual meeting of New Mexico Masonic lodies. Capt. M. Cooney and son Charles left Wednesday morning for an extended trip among the hills on the east side of the river. Messrs. John Kerr and W. II. Stevens of the national forest service, located at Magdalena, were among the visitors in So corro Monday. The ISecker-IJlackwell Compa ny of Magdalena received a ship ment of tile and fireplace fixtures from the Denver Mantel and Tile Company. Mrs. Simon iiitterman and in fant son of Clayton are guests in the home of Mrs. Iiitterman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I rue, on California street. A large num!erof the voung people of the city had planned a hayridc for last evening, but unfortunately the rain prevent ed the execution of the plan. Miss Rose Iebenbaum of San Francisco arrived in Socorro Thursday from Magdalena and will le the guest of her friend Miss Lena Price for a few days. Chas. Sperling came up from San Antonio last Sunday morn ing to spend the day with his children. Mr. Sperling is now employed in the A. II. Hilton mercantile establishment. I. A. McKae, the well known business man of Magdalena, re turned last night to his home after a week's visit at the home of Alderman A. W. Ilayden. Albuquerque Citizen. Mrs. Jas. (;. Fitch lias invit cd a large company of Socor ro's young jn-ople to spend this evening at her home on Mc Cutchen avenue. The game of live hundred is to Ite the feature of entertainment. Joe WollT has accepted a good business N)sition with H. ISonein in San Marcial. Mr. Wolff is an experienced hand in the mercan tile business and will doubtless give a good account of himself in the Msition he now holds. John dreenwald. Sr., has bought five hundred thousand CrmBakisig Powder Made from cream of tartar derived solely from rapes, the most dell clous and healthful of all fruit acids. pounds of wheat in the last few days for grinding at the Crown Mill. He says that wheat in this locality is excellent this year and remarkably free from smut. II. A. True of West Somer- ville, Mass., received a hearty welcome from his many Socorro friends on his arrival in the city few days ago for a business visit of a few weeks. Mr. True is quite ex tensively interested in mining properties in the Magda lena district. Mrs. Henry Chambón gave a party to the little folks Monday afternoon in honor of the fifth birthday of her son Frank. A large numter of the little tots were' there and every one of them had the jolliest kind of a time at games and refreshments and doubtless went home wish ing that somebody would have a birthday every day in the year. On Tuesday afternoon from three until six o'clock, Mrs. W. K. Martin will serve tea in the most appioved Japanese style, for the benefit of the ladies aid society of the Presby terian church, and to which all are cordially invited. This affair promises to be a novelty in the way of an afternoon's entertainment, and as it is the first of the kind to le given in socorro, is looked lorwaro to with keen interest and en thusiasm. What is considered to have been quite the social affair of the week in Socorro, was the five hundred party given by Mrs. II. O. Uursum on Tues day afternoon at her palatial residence on Uaca avenue. As this was the first entertainment of the kind to be given in So corro, it was consequently much enjoyed by all present, as the game presented to many a new and interesting feature in cards. After seven games, and which represented the number of tables used, dainty refreshments were served by the hostess, as sisted by Mrs. W. 10. Martin, and Misses Felice Hilton, Hes sie Smiley and Clara Uursum. Mrs. W. I). Newcomb was awarded the first prize, a hand some silver salad server. Having won six of the seven games played, the following ladies drew for the second prize: Mad anus Duncan, Iiartlett, lilackington, and Sweet. Mrs. Ulackington proved the fortun ate one and was awarded a dainty china cup and saucer, while Mrs. Hammel was present ed with the consolation prize. The guests present including those who drew for the prizes were Mesdames Dougherty, J. W. Terrv. W. K. Martin, Urown, Hall. H. F. Uowman, Chambón, Keddin. Murray, Twining, Cook, Maver. Fitch. Iiitterman, Jno. n..wman. Hill. (Iriflith. and Kntzenstein: Misses Felice Hil ton. Helen Terrv, Anne Fitch, and Lena Price. Stolen or Strayed. On the night of Monday, Sep tember 30th, I'M)", one black horse, weight about M)0 pounds, white siots on face, unshod. hunch back, branded on left thigh A. Last seen, being taken north, morning of October 1, 'H)t. Please notify and receive re ward from FkANCIS K. LhSTKR, Mesilla Park. New Mexico. SAI. I". OK TIMHKH. V.i-hlHiiton,I. C, O.K i, u iar; I.hIh niarknl out ilt-. "Hitl Timhrr Sale AliiMtiiiiN.-pi-mlHTli.l'i'7.Hla Si." .uní .nlilifxHwl 1 the KoreHUT, Komi Snrvl.-v. W.ishillLM.Ml. It. C Will l rrlvl .... I., n.i.l In. liulinir llie I'M h lia V lit NiivrmlMT I'i7, for all III nn-r liaiitall" 1r.nl limlwr taiHtiiiir or down, ami all tin- livr timber niarkeil for ciiitinir l-v ilif Fnrest oflirrrn. Ii iat.il "n a id iirnaml area i( about 55 ai re in imrtiminil Sei-. 4.tlirse'-. ami Hie ne 01 nec. Ü. ami the nw'i ami ( Se.-. J, T. II S.. K- i w . . M. I'. M.. within the t.ila (SI Ni I, ..n il Knri'M. New Mrmii'o: estimated to lie Tin.HM (eel II. M.. oí Sawtimlier, lor .ale, moie or lf ami HU' linea' teet oí nnniiitf timber, more or le- oí ellow iinv. Houifla iir whii.. hr .tin! Mexiran white nine. No bill of ihan $.1 ner thoutaml f-et II. M-. for all men hantable kawtitlllier ami J cimuh er lineal liHit for nnniiiir tinilier will I cnn Hiilenil. ami a ilraiMt of H- nmM lie will lo eo. K. Kniif. Kisi-al Aireiit. r'oret Service, W .1 1 1 i i Hf t I. C, for eai ll bill nubniitted to the Kore-ter. TiiiiImt uimhi valiil cUim ! en u .i fr.mi w-.le. 'I'lie riht to reiet't ailV ami all biiN iHreserveil. For further informa ii, mi ami re.'iilatioim iroverniiiif nale. adilrena K. C. Mi-l lure. Kore-t SuiK-rv sur, SiUerCitv New Meiio. Wm. T. Cox. ActiiiK Koremer at Oats, oats, oats for sale Geo. I). Cook's livery stable. Advertise in the Chieftain. A Sure Cure. F. Marion Crawford, at a din ner in New York, attacked spir itualism. "In principle it may be true," Mr. Crawford said, "but spiritualism as it is prac ticed today is a thing to beware of. I know a man whose wife suddenly developed a great in terest in spiritualism. She at tended seance after seance at the house of a handsome medium with dark, thick hair and smol dering eves. "Her husband cured her. though. He took to accompa nying her to the medium's, and at every seance he got the most passionate and tender messages from his first wife." Call at The Chieftain your fancy stationery. WSiitoey Company Wholesale and Retail Hardware Alaska Refrigerators White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers Plumbing and Tinning Hercules Powder Mine and Mill and High Explosives Supplies j& Mail Orders Solicited j& II3-II5-II7 South First Street 401-403 North First Street ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Notice of Application for Patent. No. 181. IT. S. Land Office, Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. 7. 1907. Notice is hereby given, that Millard F. McIJride, whose post- office address is Magdalena, So corro county, New Mexico, has filed an application for patent for the lode mining claim called the Dove Spring quartz mine, situated in the Iron Mountain mining district, Socorro county. New Mexico, being mineral sur vey No. 1321, as shown by the field notes and official plat on file in this office in section 27, town ship 1 north of range f west. being described as follows: Beginning at cor No. 1, iden tical with cor No. 1 of the amended location. A sandstone 24x12x10 ins 12 ins in the ground, with a mound of stone ft high 2 ft base alongside, chisel ed 1 on side facing the claim; 1321 whence cor of sees 2(, 27, 34 and 35, t 1 n, r ( w., bears s 10 dgs 42 mm e, 532.1 ft dist. A cedar 5 ins in diatn bears n K dgs w lf.4 ft dist blazed and scribed 1 II T a pinon 11 ins in diam. 1321 bears n 44 dgs 30 min e 31 ft dist blazed and scribed 1 IS T 1321 A pi non tree 7 ins in diam bears s s lgs 30 mm e 10.4 It dist blazed and scribed 1 It T 1321 I hence n 14 dgs 5 mm w mag va 13 dgs 15 e 3f0 ft to gulch, 50 ft wide, course e 1000 ft to cor No. 2, identical with cor No. of the amended location. A sandstone Zlxnxv ins 12 ins in the ground, with mound of stone ft high 2 ft base alongside. chiseled 2 on the side facing 1321 claim; whence a cedar 12 ins in diam bears n li dgs 1" mm w 17.3 ft dist blazed and scrilted 2 li T. A pinon H ins in diam 1321 bears n 38 dgs w 27.5' ft dist blazed and scribed 2 H T. A 1321 pinon 7 ins in diam iears n tz, dgs 10 min e 22 ft dist blazed and scribed 2 H T. Thence 1321 s SO dgs 50 min w mag va 13 dgs 10 min e 470 ft to cor No. 3 identical with cor No. amended location. A sandstone 28x14x6 ins set in a pile of stones on solid rock, with mound of stone 14 ft high 2 ft base along' side, chiseled 3 on side facing 1321 the claim; whence a pinon ft ins in diam bears s 3 dgs w 8.3 ft dist blazed and scribed 3 It T 1321 A pinion ( ins in diam bears 53 dgs 50 min w 14.7 ft dist blaz ed and scribed 3 liT. Acedar 1321 12 ins in diam bears s 4( dgs 40 min e 25.5 ft dist blazed and scribed 3 IJT thence s 16 dgs 1321 25 min e mag va 13 dgs 15 min e 28 ft to gulch, 30 ft wide, course s 50 dgs e 930 ft to gulch, 30 ft wide, course n 70 dgs e 1002.5 ft to cor No. 4, identical with cor No. 4 amended location. A porphyry stone 24x7x6 ins 12 ins in the ground, with a mound of stone Y ft high 2 ft base alongside, chiseled 4 on the 1321 side facing the claim; whence a cedar 12 ins in diam bears s 18 dgs 15 min w 22 ft dist blazed and scribed 4 II T a cedar 8 1321 ins in diam bears s 42 dgs 10 min w 38 ft dist blazed and scribed 4 BT a cedar 10 ins in diam 1321 bears s 50 dgs e 49 ft dist blazed and scribed 4 B T thence n 1321 80 dgs 50 min e mag va 13 dgs 15 min e 450 ft to cor No. 1 the place of beginning. The total area of the Dove Spring lode is 10.560 acres. The notice of the said Dove Spring lode mining claim is of record in the office of the recorder of So corro county, New Mexico, in book 59 of mining records at pages 52 and 53; and the amend ed and additional location notice of said claim is of record in the said recorder's office in book 64 of mining records at page 62 There are no adjoining or con flicting claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely the mining ground. vein, lode premises, or any por tion thereof so described, sur veved, platted and applied for, are hereby notified . that unless their adverse claims under, within the 60 days period of the publication of this publica tion with the register of the United States land office at Santa Fe, N. M they will be barred by the provisions of the law in such cases made and pro vided. Manuhl K. Othko. Register. TO BE STRONG, p8 to be liberal, to be prompt; o serve lt depositor carefully and with precUlon, holding their interest as identical with its own; to grant as generous terms as are consistent with safe and sound banking and to place its increasing facilities at the command of its customers, is the policy of this institution. BANKING BY MAIL, is a specialty with us and our increasing business is proof of our satisfactory service. WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEKEST ON TIME DEPOSITS Uhc Socorro State S3anh Socorro, Hew flDcXico, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $33,500.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS JOSEPH PRICE, President; C. T. I1ROWN, Vice-President; EDWARD I,. PRICE, Cashier; JAMES G. FITCH. M. LOEWENSTEIiv A LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF Men's and Boys' Shirts ALSO OF OVERCOATS To fit any and everybody in correct styles and qualities, are now on ex hibition at Locwenstein Bros. If in need of a suit or overcoat be sure to give them a call, as you can not fail to get suited. Good treatment and sentation at no misrepre Loewenstein Bros. Gome and See the Big Stock ot BATH and TOILET SOAPS -EXAMN E PRICES You Will Then Know Why So Many People Buy Their Soaps of Us Newcomb, Collins & Co. Witte Gasoline or Distalent Engines For information and prices, write C. C. Reid, San Antonio, or II. W. Crawlord, San Marcial. Furnished rooms at Winkler's. Subscribe for The Chieftain. \n\n gljc Socorro (fljicftoin.