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1 LOCALS 1 E. L. Smart tiells bread. Trj it Jersey ice cream at Smart's to day. Remember the Ladies' Aid ice cream social at the court house park Tuesday evening. Ice cream. Remember the time and place. Tuesday even ing, court house park. A suit to suit at Simon's, four doors north of the Chieftain o flice. Vio Papa was in the city from his Jordon Canon ranch Wed nesday on a business errand. Old clothes made new at Si mon's, Terry block. Good ice cream Tuesday even ing in the court house park. Come and bring your friends. Simon the Clothes Doctor has moved into the north room of the Terry block. Give him a call. The Ladies' Aid society will give an ice cream social in the court house park Tuesday evening. Straight Jersey ice cream and Jersey cream soda at Smart'?: to day. Try them and you will have no other. Meet your friends for ice cream and a pleasant time in the court house park Tuesday evening. Everybody is invited. Iiy request of Mr. Martin, Mrs. Martin has resigned her member ship in the women's Socorro City Improvement association. That Jersey cream soda at Smart's is just what it is recom mended to be. Mrs. A. C. Abeytia left Mon day morning for Santa Ke, where she will spend a few weeks visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Carl Peverly and little son of San Marcial are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Katzenstein at their home on Fischer avenue. Miss Stella Ramsey has bought the L. K. Terry property on Park street adjoining the F. G. liartlett property on the south. The city council met Tuesday evening in the office of Council man C. T. Hrown. There was no business of special import ance. Commissioner Alfredo Armijo of San Marcial was in attend ance at the meeting of the board of county commissiouers this week. C. N. Hilton and sister, Miss Eva Hilton, of San Antonio were in Socorro yesterday as guests in the home of Hon. and Mrs. II. . U. liursum. Mrs. B. F. Van Pelt bought of Thomas Jaques a few days ago the north part of the double house aud lot on north Califor nia street. Mrs. David Farr and young son arrived in Socorro Thurs day from Magdalena and accom panied Mr. Farr to Albuquerque yesterday morning. Miss Irene Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Smith; went out to Water Canon Mon day morning to be a guest in the family of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hall for a week. Little Miss Violet Tabacchi, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tabacchi of Kelly, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Katzenstein at their home on Fischer avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sanders of Santa Monica, California, were in town the first of the week from their ranch near Mag dalena, where they have been staying for a few weeks. W. S. Fullerton and nephew Elmer Fullerton came down on the Magdalena train today' trom the Fullerton ranch in theDatils. They report the weather still quite dry in that locality. Mrs. John A. Hunter and in fant son left one day this week for Mrs. Hunter's former home in Ottawa, Ohio, for a visit. Mr. Hunter expects to go down into Mexico in a few days to look after his mining interests there. L. A. McRae and father-in-law, A. W. Hayden, the Albu querque contractor and builder, I were ixxrorro visitors Monday. Mr. Hayden and daughter. Miss Gladys, are spending a month at the McRae ranch near Magda lena. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knoblock and son Fred drove down from Magdalena last Saturday even ing, arriving in Socorro at ten o'clock at night. Mr. and Mrs. Knoblock are caring for Patrick McLaughlin, who has been quite sick for a week. William Gardiner made some of his Socorro friends one of his rare but pleasant calls Monday. Mr. Gardiner reported that dry weather was causing him and his neigh!)ors a serious loss of cattle on their ranges north of Magdalena. Parents bring your children, children bring your parents, husbands bring your wives, wives bring your husbands, beaux bring your sweethearts, sweet hearts bring your beaux, to the ice cream social in the court house park Tuesday evening. J. A. Lowe purchased what is known as the Mrs. Bruton prop erty in the western part of the city Thursday from Mrs. W. H. Sanders. The consideration is reported to have been $1,200. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe expect to come up from El Paso to take possession of their new home in a few weeks. C. T. Brown, manager for the Germany Mining company, took over the Perseverance mine in the Kelly district Wednesday. This completes the title to a group of eleven claims owned by the Germany company. Tl.e force of men on this group is now being increased, large bod- I es of ore having been developed ; during the last month. Mrs. Phoebe Howell of tins city received a message Thurs day morning from her son Haynes A. Howell announcing his marriage to Miss Pearl Bauer on Wednesday, July H. in the City of Mexico. The groom has a large circle of friends in So corro, every one of whom will extend to him the very heartiest of congratulations and good wishes on this importaut occas ion. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Swee father and mother of County Clerk E. H. Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sweet and two children all of Topeka, Miss Frankie Hawks of Florence, Kansas, and II. C. Melroy of Topeka, arrived in Socorro this morning in the private car of A. E. Sweet, who is general superintendent of the western division of the Rock Island railroad. The visitors will be guests in the home of Mr SOCORRO COUNTY FINANCES COUNTY FUNDS. CASH THIAI. BAI.ANCK FOK TH K MONTH ENDING JUNK 30, 1X)8. and Mrs. E. II. Sweet for a few days before all leave for an out ing up on the Pecos river. Miss Mary Fitch entertained a number of her young friends very pleasantly at five hundred last evening at her home on Mc Cutchen avenue. Rooms and front veranda were tastefully decorated in red and white, re freshments were served after the games, and .everybody had a mostenjoyable time. The mirsts were Mrs. A. W. Edelen of Bo nanza, Mexico, Misses Eva Hil ton of San Antonio. Edna Ham mel, Helen Terry, Johnnie Rob inson, Annie Hilton, and Pearl Kealer; and Messrs. C. N. Hilton of San Antonio, J. J. Hilton, Kobbins, Strand, Stein, Howell, Staudcr, and Marcus. Doctor L. E. business vistor yesterday. Kittrell w?s a in Albuquerque Order your wall paper R. Vigil at cost. from J. Studebaker wagons! The WHAT MAKES A BANK STRONG 9 I In judging a bank, always remember that it is Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits that give security to the depositor, because that money is what stands between you as a depositor and any possible shrinkage in the securities held by the bank. 'With the watchful interest of the management, and a very capable and conservative board of directors, The Sotorrn Slate 'auk in less than two years has built up a large and grow ing business, and with our CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS of S.lo.000.00 give assurance of absolute security for our more than Ninety-five thousand dollars deposits. U '" "'c " customer of this lunik, let this xilalion tit become one. he your ni' famous Apply to atuuehaker Geo. E. Cook. wagons! To Ilalancc. . . . " Collection. . 47,323 4.5 Bv cash on hand.... 12,011 5 " Hank account.. " N. Y. Hank " Terr. Treasurer.. " City " Treas. Comm " County Warrant " Court'Warrants. . . " School Warrants. " Interest Coupons , 1.781 31 42.H63 85 87 6,968 46 43 06 1.028 22 307 57 3,191 82 2,124 85 125 IX) $51,335 01 $59,335 01 TEKKITOKY. COUNTY AND CITY FUNDS. Trial Balance of County Funds for month ending June 30, 1908. Territorial Fund $3,054 88 City Fund 560 26 Co. General Fund 4,926 29 Court Fund 2,906 29 School Fund 2,665 75 Interest 9,691 02 Treas. Comm 479 03 Assessor's Comm 1,002 15 Kxpense Fund of 1904 193 90 " " 1905 261 94 " ' 19U6 8 82 Wild Animal 977 65 . Survey Fund 2M1 91 Index Fund 32'i 74 San Antonio Dike 13 Road Fund 2,192 74 Court House and Jail 2,338 03 Co. Institute 77 23 CostofAdv 16 26 County Special 577 97 Koad District No. 1 43 00 Due bills account ' 27 20 School District Fund 12,133 78 By Cash on hand $ 1,781 31 Hank Account 42,8t,3 85 By Bank ofííewYork H7 $44,646 03 WHitmey Company Wholesale and Retail Hardware Alaska Refrigerators White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers Garden HQse and Lawn Mowers Plumbing Hercules Powder Mine and Mill and and Tinning High Explosives Supplies j& Mail Orders Solicited j& i r, sn hi !i: . . 4 -, c ... ... ly. ir tun ( '.'v i-A,., This Cut Represent THE PIANO '( will (ilv Away i'ext Clir(-.tiiiHK to the i;irty I r.iiU'Mif the l.iri;i-M mi ml) r of oiirc- imiiUtalii'iicarilH pri rlv iHinclifd. READ The Circular Mnllr.1 to You 1'or iihi ruction r se un and we will explain THIS PIANO IS VALUED AT $350.00 LOEWENSTEIN BROS. J i 44,646 03 ? 2 We have large Black Cats and small Black Cats, or in other words, Black Cat Stockings for everybody. These stockings are guaranteed by the manu facturers, and are commanding the trade in the larger Cities, why not in this City? V-7 ft X J Black Cat lira lid HMieTcomS Ask fortne Black Cat Stockings and get your Kcno.ht.wia. money's worth. Rio Grande Supply Company 6WM - .;r:XA gS AND USE THE DIA MOND EDGE LINE J OF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC., A FULL LINE CARRIED BY US. Rio Grande Supply Co 3 113-115 117 South First Street 401-403 North First Street ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO rrtnnnnMnBi v.. mr-T,irffHfcJ n Tf m m ii Mill mm ttmi \n\n The Socorro State Bank Socorro, N. M.