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PUBLISHED UY SOCORRO COUNT! PUBLISHING CO. E. k. DRAKK Editor. Entered at Socorro Postoffice as second etas mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly In advance.) One year $2 00 1 00 Si months.. . OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNTY. SATURDAY. OCT. 17, 1008. Republican Ticket County, Kor Delegate to Congress William II. Andrews of Hernalillo County For Councilman Kstevan 15aca For Representatives Powell Stackliouse, Jr. Julian Chavez For Sheriff (Jerónimo Sanchez For I'robate Judge IMuardo Jaramillo For Collector and Treasurer Jose K. Torres For Probate Clerk K. II. Sweet For Assessor A. II. Haca For Commissioner 2nd Dist. Alejo (urule For Commissioner 3rd Dist. Ismael Ortega For School Superintendent Jose A. Torres For Surveyor (ieorge W. King AN EA8Y CHOICE. Wiikn a man becomes an act ive candidate for high political honor it is but reasonable to ask what he has done to merit that honor. It is often the case that, without its Ixing asked, such honor is bestowed as a reward for distinguished public service. Sometimes, too, eminent success in professional or business life prompts the belief that the man achieving that success would be equally skillful in conducting af fairs of state, and his services are solicited and he is honored accordingly. It is but very rare-! ly, however, that a man who has neither rendered any public service whatever, nor achieved any unusual professional or busi ness success whatever, nor shown any marked ability in any line of effort whatever more exalted than that of being a good talker it is but very rarely that such a man is honored by a enlighten ed community with high political position. The case of Mr. Larrazolo. the democratic candidate for dele gate in congress from New Mex ico, is exactly in point. It is not to the purpose to disparage any excellencies that Mr. Larrazolo may possess. He is a pleasant gentleman to meet and he is a good talker. So much must be conceded in his favor, but no more than that has yet been claimed for him by even his most partisan supporter. He has never rendered any public serv ice worth mentioning. He is a lawyer by profession, but among lawyers his only distinction, if distinction it can be called, is that of never having risen above mediocrity. In fact, until he ac cepted a nomination for delegate in congress that no other demo crat of the territory would for a moment consider, Mr. Larrazolo was never suspected of possess ing unusual ability in any line whatever unless, perhaps, in the line of fluency of speech. And s is it possible that the vot ers of New Mexico will elect to represent them in the congress of the United States a man whose only qualification is that of his being a talker? They have al ready twice declined to do so and have thus told MP. Larrazolo as plainly as possible that he does not possess the qualifications that they require in a candidate for the high office to- which he aspires. Hut the case of Mr. Andrews is very different. In comparison with that of Mr. Larrazolo it differs as the day differs from the night. As a business man Mr. Andrews has promoted sev eral large enterprises that have brought hundreds of thousands of dollars of eastern capital into the territory to tTie great profit of her citizens. lie has had a long and successful career as a public servant. He has already served New Mexico two terms as Ikt delegate in congress and dur ing that time he has done more in way of furthering her inter ests than has been done by any other delegate she has ever chos en. In fact, Mr. Andrews has demonstrated a most extraordin ary ability to obtain from con gress favors for New Mexico, and there is no reason to doubt that his ability is still as great and the opportunity still as fa vorable as they have been at any time heretofore. If, as Govern or Curry says, "Andrews and state hood is the only issue' the op portunity for the exercise of ex traordinary ability on part of the territory's delegate in congress is indeed greater than before. What would be the measure of the folly of citizens who at such a crisis would entrust their most vital political interests to new and untried hands rather than continue them in hands that they know to be those of a master? As be tween Mr. Andrews and Mr. Larro.olo the choice is easy, and the voters of New Mexico may be depended upon to choose wisely. Had a Close Call. Mrs. Ada L. Croom, the wide ly know proprietor of the Croom Hotel, Vaughn, Miss., says: "For several months I suffered with a severe cough, and con sumption seemed to have its grip on me, when a friend recom mended Dr. King's New Discov ery. I began taking it, and three bottles affected a complete cure. l lie lame ol tins lite saving cough and cold remedy, and lung and throat healer is world wide. Sold by all drug gists. 50c. and $1.00. Trial liottle free. Hie Time Limit. A girl got on a Cleveland street car carrying one of those muffs the size of an ordinary hassock. She had only one hand in the muff. A young man sit ting next to her took advantage of the opportunity to slip his hand into the unoccupied end of the muff. The girl turned upon him severely. "I could have you ar rested for such a familiarity," said she, "but I'm from Boston, and I propose to keep calm. Now, I just give you ten minutes to let go of my hand." A Healtby Family. "Our whole family has enjoy ed good health since we began using Dr. King's New Life Pills, three years ago," says L. A. Hartlet, of Rural Route 1, Guil ford, Maine. They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle, way that does you good. 25c. at all druggists. Had Miaaed It. "What are vou crying for, my poor little boy?" said a man to a crying boy. "Pa fell downstairs." "Don't take on so, my boy. He'll get better soon." "That isn't it. Sister him fall all the way. I saw nuffen." saw never Advertise in The Chieftain. A BIG REPUBLICAN PRIMARY In Frecinct Delegate No. 1 for Election of to the County Con vention. The republican primary held in the court house last Saturday evening for the election of dele gates to represent precinct No. 1 at the county convention was the biggest held in the precinct for many years. It is estimated that not less than two hundred voters were present. The business that called them together was dispos ed of in short order, too, the time consumed not being more than thirty minutes. The primary was called to order by Chairman Jose E. Tor res of the republican county com mittee promptly at eight o'clock. The call was read in English and Spanish by the secretary. Con rado A. Haca was then elected president of the primary, E. A. Drake secretary, and IMuardo S. Stapleton interpreter. On mo tion of Jose E. Torres, seconded by Abran Abeyta, the following resolution was unanimously adopted, viz: "He it resolved by the republi can voters of precinct No. 1 in meeting assembled that the fol lowing persons be and the same are hereby nominated and ap pointed as the delegates to rep resent the said precinct at the re publican county convention which will be held at the court house on the 14th day of October, li08, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nominating a county ticket in accordance with the call made by the central committee of the re publican party of Socorro coun. ty, New Mexico: II. O. Hursum, Jose E. Torres, A. C. Abeytia, A. E. Green, Jose A. Torres, Henry Dreyfus, Remigio Peña, Leandro Baca." The primary then adjourned sine die. Where Bullet Flew David Parker, of Fayettee, N. Y., a veteran of the civil war, who lost a foot at Gettysburg, says: "The good Electric Bit ters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me. I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble, to little purpose. I then tried Electric Bitters, and they cured me. I now take them as a tonic, and thev me strong and well." 50c. druggists. keep at all The Little Ones. , It was a bright and very orig inal little boy named Barber, who, upon hearing his father speak of "their neighbor, Mr. Wood and his children, the little splinters," and of another neigh bor, "Mr. Stone and the little pebbles, remarked: l suppose if they met papa they would say 'Good morning, 'Mr. Barber. How are all the little shavers?' " Would Mortgage the Farm. A farmer on Rural Route 2. Empire, Ga., W. A. Floyd by name, savs: "Bucklen's Arnica halve cured the two worst sores I ever saw; one on my hand and one on my leg. It is worth more than its weight in gold. I would not be without it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it Only 25c. at all druggists. A Literal Result. A little girl was asked to write a sentence containing the words "bitter end" and after some ef fort produced the following: "Our neighbor's dog chased my kitty, and as she ran under the porch he bit her end." Mark Misjudged. When Mark Twain was a young and struggling newspaper writer for the Atlantic County Herald in New York city a lady of his acquaintance saw him one day with a cigar box under his arm, looking in a shop window. "Mr. Clemens," she said. "I always see vou with a cigar box under your arm. I am afraid you are smoking too much." "It isn't that," said Mark. "I'm moving again." Do You Open Yonr Jioulh Like a young bird and gulp down what ever food or medlrlne may be offered yo'i f Or, do you want to know something of tlie composition and character of that which you take Into your stomach whether as lood or medicino? Mont Intelligent and sensible people now-a-day Insist on knowing what they employ whether as food or as medicine. Dr. 1'lerce believes they have a perfect rlghttoinltuponuchknowlcdge. 80 ho publlshegctt&rfcsM and on each bottle wrapper. whatjTTTnediclnes are made of and v ees jjrn iJeT s s 1 Tft This he feels he f an weUjlTord to do hersc, tlie '"'irj imredlents of which hi midlrln.s are'msde are stiwlied and iindiT i.mmI tlnj more III Hiflr siiix-rior curative virtues' tnnn 1 1 Jlril l or the cure of woman's peculiar weak nesses. Irregularities and dersngements, giving rise- to frequent headache, back ache, dragglng-down pain or distress in lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom panied, ofttlmea, with a debilitating, pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindred symp toms of weakness, Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription Is a moat efficient remedy. It Is equally effective In curing painful periods. In giving strength to imrslna mothers and In preparing) the system t f the expectant mother for baby 'a coining, thus rendering childbirth snfe and com paratively painless. The "favorite Pre scription" I a bioat potent, atrengthenlng tonic to the general system and to the organs distinctly feminine In particulHr. It Is also a soothing and invigorating nervine and cures nervous rxlimiHtioii, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysterlii, spasms, chorea or St. Vitus' dsnce, and other distressing nervous symptoms at tendant upon functional and organic dis eases of the distinctly feminine organs. A host of medical authorities of all the several schools of practice, recommend each of the several ingredients of which Favorite Prescription" is made for the cure of the diseases for which It Is claimed to be a cure. You mav read what they say for yoimrlf by sending a postal card request for a free booklet of extracts from the leading authorities, to Doctor Pierce's Invalids' lintel and Surgical In stitute, llulfiilo. N. Y., and it will come to you by return post. NEWS ITEMS FROM RESERVE The Chieftain's Regular Correspond ent Sends Liat of Interesting Occurrencea. Following is a summary of the week's events at Reserve. sent by the Chieftain's regular correspondent: Sunday school was well attend ed Sunday, Chas. McCarty started to Mag dalena Monday. School will open for a short term in a few days. W. J. Jones made a trip to Al ma and back last week. Mrs. Edgar Hood has been on the sick list this last week. Fred Lan was a visitor in town Friday and Saturday. Bonny Snyder is our new mail carrier on this end of the route. We are expecting a minstrel show to arrive here in a few days. There was an impromptu dance given here Saturday night. All that attended report a good time. , W. T. Cobert left for Magda lena Sunday to bring out a teach er. Mr. Martin and Mr. Ander son accompanied him. Theron Hudson and Miss Leda Darnell of Alma were married in Alma the sixth of this month. Thev came to Reserve to visit friends and relatives Friday but will make their home in Alma. Subscribe for The Chieftain. These Bad Pains which glvt yoa loch exquisite coffering, every noitfc, are casscd, as yoa know, by female troable. Relief seldom or aerer comes ol itself. It Is necessary to cars the cause, In order to stop the palos, and this caa only be done II yoa will take a specific, female remedy, that acts directly oa the womanly organs. 11 WOMAN'S RELIEF "Cardal did wonders for me," writes Mrs. M. C. Larson, el Olds, la. "1 kad female trouble for 8 years. I had displacement, which Increased my sunerlof, the doc tor could only relieve me at times. Now, t sm so much better, I hardly knew wbea my time begins or ben It cads." At All DruLsts WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE, statins age and describing symp toms, to Laáiet AdvUoru Dept., The Chattanona-a Medicine Co.. CtiatUtnooaa. Tvun. D II AN ELECTION PROCLAMATION Isaued by the Board of County Com. misaioners at Their Meeting1 on Monday. At their meeting In this citr Mon day October Sth. the board of countv commissioners issued an election proc lamation as toiiows: Office of the Board of County Commissioners. Socorro. N. M., Oct. 5. 1908. Whereas; IJ law it is made the dutv of the Hoard of County Commissioners of each county in the Territory of New Mexico to make proclamation for an election to be held in the various pre cincts of their respective counties for the purpose of voting for candidates for the county offices of said counties for the year l'KW and 1910, aa well as for candidatea for the election ot a Dele gate to Congress to represent the Ter ritory of New Mtxico; and Whereas; The first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, A. D. l'x8. is designated by law aa the time for holding said election, and voting for said candidates; Now, Therefore, The Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Socorro County, 'territory of New Mexico, at a regular session held in the City or Socorro in said county and territory, oil the Sth day of October, A. I). l'KW, makes the following order: I hat un Tuesday, the 3rd day of November, A" I). I'MW, beginning at the hour of nine o'clock of the fore noon of said day, an election shall be held in the various election precincts within the said county of Socorro, at which election candidatea will be voted upon by the legally qualified voters in each of said precincts for the lollowing 11 Mined othcers: One Delegate to the 61st congress of the United Males to represent the Ter ritory of New Mexico. One Councilman to represent the 9th District composed of the counties of Socorro and Sierra in the 3Hth Legis lative Assembly or said territory. One Representative of the aaid Dis trict to said Legislative Assembly. One Representative from aaid coun ty of Socorro to said Legislative Assembly. One Treasurer and Ex-OITicio Col lector. One Probate Clerk and Ex-Officlo Kect.rder. One sheriff. ( ne Assexsor. One Probate Judge. One County School Superintendent. One County Surveyor. . One Commissioner for the Third District of said county for the term of four years. One Commissioner for the Second District for the term of two years. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of Socorro county, N. M. DAVID FAKR, Approved. Chairman. Attest: E. H. SWEET, Clerk. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that, by virtue of the authority vested in me by a certain writ of execution to me directed and issued out of the Dis trict Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of New Mexico, within and for the County of Socorro, on the 9th day of September, A. D. 19U8, upon a judgment entered in said court on the Hth day of September, 1908, in civil case No. 5369, Wherein Samuel Graham was plaintiff and the Baking Powder (Jold Mining company and W. W. Edwards were defendanta, I have levied upon and will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the north door of the Court House of said county of Socorro, on the 27th day of October, 1908, at ten o'clock of the forenoon of said day, all the right, title and interest of the said defendeuts in and to the Baking Pow der Mine and Mining Claim situated in the Kosedale Mining District, So corro county, New Mexico, the location notice of which is recorded in book 23 at page 391 on the Recorder's Office of Socorro county, New Mexico, to which reference is made for more full and complete description. The amount of aaid judgment, in cluding interest to said date of said sale is one hundred and fifty-five and 48-100 Dollars. Anickto Abbvtia, Sheriff of Socorro Co., N. M. Dougherty iSt Uriflith, Socorro, New Mexico, Attorneys for plaintiff' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Intkhioh, U. S. Laud Office at Santa Fe, N.M., I Santa Fe, N. M., 1908 f Notice is hereby given that Thomas L. Presley, of Magdalena, N. M., has filed notice of his intention to make final commutation proof in sup port of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 11756 (01441) made July 18, 1407, fortheS;4 NEV Section 2, Town ship 4 N, Range 9 W., and that said proof will be made before E. H. Sweet, at Socorro, N. M., on October 20th, 1908. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: G. O. Owsley, W. E. Manning, J. L. Parsons, T. W. Medley, all of Burley, N. M. Manuel R. Otkko, Register Studebaker wagons! The famous Studebaker wagons! Apply to Geo. E. Cook. BO YEARS' EXPERIENCS tira T ft a dc Marks D I IONS Copyrights Ac anleklv aukcortatn our opinion fraa whatbar aa InvtMitYon la prohahlf paicntabla. Conituuntr- Aiivnn aenrftnkT a akatrh and d orí nt toa asa tinummtrtotiynHinumtuiu. isUMiiMtnaua raiauisf nt fra. Old Ml kaaiiitr fur MouriiisT uataii I'M stilt tan through Muuu 4 IX). rao4v tytUü aoik, without cttftrwa, tutba Scicnwic j.tr.er.ca.1 A hsnfianntfilr lllnatralad waaklv. Ian rttiaiion i any aaiantiaf ftmnia. 'larnia. m . ftmri four moniuat i. Üui4 bj all hawnwJoaJar. MyNN&Co"'B'NewJfcrlr Braiii-a OOlus. ut F Bt Waakluslau, D, C ; D hf LOCAL TIME ABLE. South I OCORRO. I North 3:00 a m 4:05 p m ....Passenger 3:00 a in ..Fast Freight... 1:20pm ..Local Freight... 110:00 a m 11:10 a m No 99 and 100 carry passengers be tween Albuquerque and San Marcial. MAGDALENA BRANCH. Daily except Sunday. 7:45 a m Lv. .corro. .Ar 12:10 p in SOCIETIES- UABONIO S O C O K R O LOIMiE. No. 9. A. fVA',v' 'ir commninra- tiiins second and finir'h Tuesday of each month. Visiting lirt-t titrn cordially invitid. H. M. Doi c-.hkktv. W. M. C (J. DfNCN. S -cret.-irv. SOCORRO CHAPTEK N'o. s. R. . Regular couvK-;tli-tii nr-.t Hinl tin iy of each n -m-m F (i. T .i t . K . v.:. i i . . 1 1 1 . . .mil third l ii d y n if at'.h month. Ass.C V. t'itCj, W. M JOHS E. lirflHirrH-, Secretaty, PYTHIAN SISTERS Temple No-2.--Regular meetings lirt and third Thursdays of each month. MhS. J. E. tiKIFKITII. Mks. W. II. Hii.i.. M. E. C. M. of R. and C. i-C OF F"- 5f- RIO GRADNK uuuiiri, .-i o. o, rv . of P. Regular meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock at Castle hall. Visiting knighta given acordia welcome. M. Loewensthin, C. C. S. C. Mkkh, K. of R. and S. J. R. VIGIL, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, CARPEN TER AND PLUMBER, PAPER HANGER. Order Vail Paper by Sample THE ONLY UCESSLD CITY BILL POSTER AND DISTRIBUTER. Phone 101. Socorro, New Mexico. South Side Barber Shop My shop is newly equipped and clean. The only shop that guarantees its work, es pecially its hair cutting. Patronage respectfully solicited. B. V. SANCHEZ, Proprietor. A Closing Out Sale For the next 30 days I offer my stock of Boots and Shoes at Cost Prices My summer goods must go to make room for winter stock For Cash Only J.H HILTON, Socorro, N. M. Good alfalfa pasture close in. Apply to Sickles Uros. I'hone 8. Ladies' Hats in the latest styles have just arrived. Come and see. Loewenstein Bkos. LVV,4Í ...Al.HAI.KN J WA A; 'jUVv. 1 1 V i 'i I-. h N... U1 a. A' Millie Hail V \n\n Socorro