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Dr. M. McCreary PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Magdalena, Allen's Hotel Annex. New Mexico Dr. II. J. Abernathy Physician and Sukgkon Special attention Riven to sur gery and diseases of women. Office ami residence, Kieline house, Raton avenue. Phone No. 75 Socorro. N. M. JK. C G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURtiKON. South California street, nearly op posite the postoflice. Socorro, - - New Mexico Dr. W. A. PARVIS PHYSICIAN AND SlTKiiKON' . Sl'KCIAt, THKATMKNT of disease of the none a'"1 ,ne 'hmat. ! lr Swisher's old office. I .instillation by appointment. Oftice Hours, K) to 12 a m. 2 to 4 p. til.. p. III LFEGO BACA, ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. A. A. SEDILLO, Attoknky at Law Socorro, - - New Mexico. DOUGHERTY & GKll'FI'I ' . ATTORNEYS A I A Socorro, - - w Moxtco JAMES G. Fl r:h ATTOKNKY V A Office in Terry block. Socorro, - - Ne Mexico W. A. FLEMING JONES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW United States Commissioner. Las Cruces, - New Mexico. E. KELLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. WILLIAM II. IIERKICK U. S. Dkputy MinekalSukveyor Irrigation Engineering E. M. STARK. Socorro, - - New Mexico H. CHAMBON DEALER IN General Merchandise SOCORRO, - N. M. 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 WITTE GAS and GASOLINE ENGINE POWER FOR ALL PURPOSES Most Economical Power to Use for Information and Prices Apply to C. C. RtID. Cen'l Ag't. San Antonio. N. M. H. W. CRAWrORD. San Marcial. N. M. KILL the COUGH ako CURE the LUMC8 Dr. King's WITH lev; Discovery PEICB U K TSíH!" . oo i OLDS Trial Bottle fit AND ALL THROAT AND tUNQ TROUBLES GUARANTEED B ATIStfACXOit. OB HONEY UEVUNDEO. LIVERY and FEED STABLE WOOD and COAL HAY AND GRAIN Call for the Bus GOOD RIGS and PROMPT SERVICE Geo. E. COOK, PROPRIETOR. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To Lucy A. Jenkins, lier heirs, execu tors, administrator and assigns: You are hereby notified that I have expended during the year l'XKi One Hundred Dollars in labor and improve ments upon each of the following named mining claims, situated in Cailoncita Mining District, Socorro county. New Mexico, viz: Dewev Min ing Claim No. 1, location notice re corded in book 44 at pape 454 in the Recorder's oflice of Socorro county, New Mexico; Dewey No. 2, location notice recorded in book 44 at page 453 in the records of said county; and Dewey No. 3. location notice recorded in book 44 at pape 48 of the records of said county; that for the year 1KI7 I have expended in labor and improve ments one hundred dollars upon each of said mines and mining claims, making a total expenditure in labor and improvements upon said three mining claims for the years l'xif and 1907 of six hundred dollars, in order to hold said claims for said years under the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and the Laws of the Teiritory of New Mexico, concerning the annual labor to be expended upon mining claims; and you are further notified that if within ninety days after service of this notice upon you in writing, or within ninety days after publication thereof as required by law you fail or refuse to contrib ute your proportion of the expendi tures by me so made upon said min ing claims, your interest in and to said claims will become the proper ty of the subscriber, your co-owner, who has made the necessary expen ditures upon said mining claims as aforesaid. M. Cooxky. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Dhpaktmknt ov thk Intkhiok, Laud Ollice at Las Cruces, N. M., ) Aug. 28. 190H. f Notice is hereby given that Lon M. Allen of Magdalena, N. M., has tiled notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 3'K1 made June 3, VM, for the N 1-2 SV 1-4, S 1-2 NW 1-4 Section IS, Township 1 S., Range 4 V., and that said proof will be made before E. H. Sweet, Probate Clerk at Socorro, N. M., on October 15, 1"08. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the laud, viz: L. J. Otto, C. A. BeaK le, Chas. Gardiner, Win. Gardiner, all of Magdalena, N. M. Eugrnr Van Pattkn, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION IlKl'AHT.MKNT Of THE INTKHIOK Land Ollice at Las Cruces, N. M., ) Aug. 22 VMM. Notice is hereby given that Nicolas Gonzales of Bosquecito, N. M., has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. ol'U made Aug. 22, l'JOS, for the S'í SW 1-4 Sec. 21 N,4 NW 1-4 Section 28, Township 4 S., Range 2 E. and that said proof will be made before E. H. Sweet, Pro bate Clerk, at Socorro, N. M., on Oct. 12, l'AW. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of the laud, viz: Genoveho Padilla, Nestor Gonzales, Melecio Gonzales, Pablo Gonzales, all of Socorro, N. M. Kit. un it Van Pattkn, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Dk.I'ahtmknt ov thk Intkhiok, United States Land Ollice, Lns Cruces, N. M., Sept. 23. l'AM. f Notice is hereby given that Francis Marion Hill of Magdalena, New Mex ico, who on Sept. 2, l'03, made Home stead entry No. 4)21 for Northwest quarter. Section 2, Township 3 S., Range 4 W., New Mexico Pr. Meridia, has tiled notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the laud above described, before K. H. Sweet, Probate Clerk, Socorro county, New Mexico, at Socorro, N. M., on the October 2ith, l'X)8, day of ....... 19.. Claimant names as witnesses: Peter Morcsi, Frank C. Williams, Ed Mc (iee, John Brown, all of Kelly, N. M. Eugene Van Patten, Register, NOTICE of Keatorallun of Public Lauda in Heltlenirrlt sntl Kntrr. Depart metlt nf Die Interior, lie nrr.il Lund titlicr, NVashiniMnn, l. C. Keplemls'r 15. life 1 hereby ilivrn that tile public lamia In the foUiiurlnjr ttcaeritNM Het-tions which were excluded frum the lilla National Koreal. New Mexico, by the Pie-i-ilenl'a proclamation, dated J une Is, liis, if mil tuherwiiM! withdrawn, reserved, or appropriated, will by aulliorily of the Nereiurv of the Interior be restored to me public domain on December 14, Pxm, and Itecome uhject to kettli'inent imi and after that dale, but not to entry, tillna or eiection until on and after January 13. l'ftp, under the UMual reMrictioiiM, ' at the tinned nia'ea land ollice al LaaCruceH, New Mexico: In TuwnMhlu nine t'f' South. Hanveteu dill Went, New Mexico Meridian., Sectiona aeveuteen (17), niileteeu ll'ij, twenty 1 in and thirty !-'!. Warulnu- la hereby ex preialy given that no permití will lie eriiiitted . to gain or exerciae any riirlit whaiever under ' any aettlemeul or uccuiaiion bevun prior lo DecenilMT 14, and all tuch attleiiieiii or j occuiMttlon ia hereby forbidden. 8. V. Pmoimi ! vit, AaatHtanl loinmiHaioner of the l.eueral Land orhce. ApproveU September 15, I'HM. !' I'ikkck, Viral Aaaiataul Secretary of Ibe Interior. FOR ANDREWS AND STATEHOOD So Stands the Northeast by a Biff Majority Say Governor George Curry. Clovernor George Curry, Dole Cate V. II. Andrews, Chairman II. (). Iiiirsum, and others of a campaign party returned the first of the week to Santa Fe from a tour of the northeastern coun ties of t he territory. The senti ment they found prevailing there on the subject of Andrews and statehood is set forth in an inter view that the governor gave the Santa Ve New Mexican as follows: CONTINUOtS OVATION'. "The trip was one continuous ovation from Lamv to the Colo ratio line," said Governor Curry yesterday. "Every place we stopped or passed through sent out their hundreds and thou sands to welcome us, and hail Delegate Andrews as the neyt representative of the territory in Congress. The people of north eastern New Mesico are deeply interested in the live issues of the campaign and that they were in favor of the re-election of Delegate Andrews was demon strated clearly by the enthusias tic reception they gave him and his party. "Every town, village and ham let we passed through or visited vied with its neighbor in an en deavor to accord the most cordial welcome to us, and the novel ar rangements made in many of the places for our reception showed rmre clearly than any ting else Culd, that the people of that section of the territory are heart and soul in favor of the return of Mr. Andrews to Congress where he has been and where he will lie of the greatest benefit to the entire people of New Mexico. STATEHOOD PARAMOUNT ISSL'K. "If anything was needed to get the votes of that part of the ter ritory the trip was just the thing. Thousands of Democrats who have heretofore voted for the op ponent of Mr. Andrews shouted and cheered for the delegate wherever he appeared, and it was not difficult to see that they had made up their minds to vote on November third for state hood and Andrews. The people of northeastern New Mexico realize, as do the voters of every other section of the territory. that to win statehood this year it is necessary to re-elect Dele gate Andrews to Congress, and every other issue has been lost sight of. The people want statehood and they know how to get it. This will be shown by the majorities which will be pil ed up in San Miguel, Colfax and Mora counties on election day. 11TTEU FOR SUI.H-OOVKHNMKNT. "If anyone believes that New Mexico and her people are not vet well enougli equipped to as sume the burden and dignity of statehood, a trip such as we have just completed would soon dispel his illusion and show him that every citizen of the terri tory is alive to the vital issues of this campaign which will have such a marvelous effect upon the destiny of the territory. Not J only the intelligence shown by Í our audiences but the poignant interest manifested in the out come of the campaign and the realization of its effect upon the future of New Mexico would have done credit to anv people ST FOR THE BOWELS If too t'HTtn't ft rwnlar, healthy titTinrnt of th b'mi ewry ttav, yu'r 1U r w !U K -i yur b"KiM opfri, Hint h Wll. irctt, lo th Btiap of Vlltiit iltu tit pill potann, t UftiitferouB. The rooiht -Él. fan, fiat, moat iM-rf?-t way of kvepiuf ill Itnwela cloar ami clxun U lo take VO candy I A?J CATHARTIC . tkj 'EM LIKE CANDY Pi-aaui.t. Patnlablit. Polxnt, Taate flood, ! fi!. Knwr HUikrii, Wrnkoa orlrlle 10, and In c tii. r-r but. Wrlle for f rae eaiuiile, aud b"e l. t .,n h'ul;h. Adnraae I'titl) MwneoV Company, Chicase New York. KEEP Y GUI. CLQQD CLE!. on the face of the earth. The people have a firm faith in the fact that without Andrews' elec tion this year the dream of statehood tnay as well be put aside, and that, with his return to Congress as the representative of our territory, statehood is as sured. This will mean handsome majorities from that part of New Mexico, which in former years has gone Democratic for Dele gate Andrews, on November 3rd." Jersey ice cream at Smart's to day. xoTicK lvit laiiMc.vriox. I'n u-J States Land Office, Las Cru ces, N. M. AlliiitHiu for 11U cut for MainimiUi Group. Noiitti of Aiticallii ot (Xmjr T. Itrtmu for lulled States latont lo llio .Muiiutuxli Group of 1otlo Min ing Claims. 0248. .N utlce la hereby given that In pur auunie ot the Mining Lawi of. tho l nltej States. Cony T. Urown, whose postufilcu address U Socorro, So corro county. New Mexico, hu made application to tho Unit eil State for a patent to tho Mammoth Oroup of Mines, compris ing the Munimoth No. 2, Nineveh Copper, uro Kino, and Buckeye No. A iilu Mining Claims. In Silver Mountain Mining District, Socorro County, New Mexico, In Township i.s., Kunga 3V.. unsurveyed, Mineral Survey No. 1455; which lodo mining clalnu are more fully described In the oflk'iiil plat posted on said prem iers, and by the Held notes ot said 1- urvey, Med In the oftlee of the Reg ister of the District of Lands, sub ject to sale at Las Cruces, New Mex ico; the boundaries and extent of said claims on the surfjee being described us follows: The Nineveh Copper Lode, begin ning with Cor. No. 1, Identical with Cor. No. 1 of amended location, a porphyry ttone. chiseled 1 1355; whence C S. Location Monument No. 3. Silver Mounta'tl Mining District, u porphyry stone 30x20x7 In. 15 In. In the ground, with mound of stone 6 ft. base, 4 ft. high, east of Cor., chlseli-d cross (X) on top and I'sLXI No. 3 on W. face; whence a P ne tree 12 In. in diameter, bears N. 62 di'Rrees, 25 minutes E., 63.3 ft. ulst., blazed and serlbed USLM No. 3. X IlT: A Juniper tree- 30 In. In ilium, bears S. 19 degrees 5 minutes K., 22.3 ft. dlt.. blazed and scribed USLM No. 2, X Bt; A pine, 8 In. in (Üarn., bears N. 15 degrees 45 minutes K., 24.5 ft., dist., blazed and scribed USLM No. 3 X 6T., bears 8. 5 degrees 19 minutes E., 400.4 It. dlst. Thence N. 76 degrees, 15 minutes V., Mag. Vur. 13 degrees, 20 min utes K.. 593 ft. to Cor. No. 2, Iden tical with Cor. No. 2 of amended lo cation, a porphyry stone chiseled 2 1355 on side facing claim. Thense S. 13 degrees, 45 minutes V.t Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 20 min utes K.. 1374 . to Cor. No. 3. iden tical with Cor. No. 3 of amended lo cation, a porphyry stone; thence S. 76 degrees, 15 IlllllUtCJ K Mag. Var. 15 degrees 20 minutes K.. 593 ft. to Cor. No. 4, Identical with Cor. No. 4 of amen, led location, a porphyry stone chiseled 4 1355 on ldo facing claim; thence N. 13. degrees, 45 min utes K., Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 20 minutes K., 1374 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Tot Li I area of Nineveh Copper Lode Is 18.704 aeres. Adjoining claims are the Wall Stnot Lode, unsurveyed, John Dob bins, claimant, on the west, and the Mammoth No. 2 lode, of this sur vey, on the south. Tho original location of the Nineveh Copper Initio Is recorded In Hook E. at piiKe 252; amended, location notice In Itook J. at page 163; second amended location notice In Hook 61, at piiRes 1.13-124, In the of (ice of the recorder of Socorro County.) The Mammoth 'No. 2 Lode, begin ning with Cor. No, 1, Identical with Cor. No. 1 of amended location, and Cor. No. 1 of Oro Fino Lode, of this survey, a porphyry stone, chiseled 1-1 1355, on side facing claim, whence l S. Locution Monument No. 3, heretoforo described, bears N. 19 degrees, 1,', minutes E., 999.9 ft. dUt. Thence N. 76 degrees, 15 minutes W.. Mag. Vur. 13 degrees. 20 min utes K.. 616 ft. to Cor. No. 2, Iden tical ulth Cor. No. 2 ot amended lo cation, a porphyry stone chiseled 2 1355. Thence S. 27 degrees, 30 minutes W.. Mag. Var. ,13 degrees, 20 inlnute E.. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3, Identical with Cor. No. 3 of amended location, a limestone chiseled 3 1355 mi side facing claim. Thence S. 76 degrees, 15 minutes Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 15 minutes' E., IK ft. to Cor. No. 4, Identical with Cor. No. 4 of aniend-d location, and Cor. No. 2 of Uro Kino Lode of this sur-vt-y, a porphyry stone chiseled 2-4 1355 on sido facing claim. Thence N. 27 degrees, 30 minutes E., Mag. Var. 13 degrees. 20 minutes E., 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 1 the place of begin ning. Total area of Mammoth No. 2 Lode Is 20.603 acres. Adjoining claims are the Nineveh Copper Lode of this survey on the north. The Oro Kino Lode of this survey on the east; the IJuckeye No, 3 Ixide of this survey on the south, and the Wall Street Lode, unsurvey ed. John Dobbin, claimant, on the west. The original location notice of the Munimoth No. 2 Lode Is recorded In Hook 36, at page 397; additional and amended location notice thereof In Hook 61, at pages 124-125, In the of fice of the recorder of 8ocorro county. The Oro Kino Lode, beginning at Cor. No. 1. Identical with Cor. No. 1 of the amended location, and Cor. No. 1 of Mammoth No. S Lode of this survey, heretofore described, whence U. 8. Location Monument No. BANK OF ÜGDALEH MAGDALENA, N. M. Capital - - - $30,000.00 Surplus - - - 3,OOO.oo STRONG AND CONSERVATIVE rSTY DEPOSIT OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS QUSTAV BECKER, P.lcaiDINT JOHN BECKER, VlCf. PnttiOINT. J. S. MACTAVISH, CatHIEN. M. W. FLOURMOV. SOLOMON LUNA. First National Bank ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Authorized Capital Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus Deposits - - - OFFICKKS Joshua S. Raynolds, President. Frank McKce. Cashier. M. W. Flournoy, Vice President. W. V. V, K, AssiMat.t ( ah, r -0 UNITED STATKS DKPOSITOKY- 0 DEPOSITORY FOR THK A. T. A S. F. KV. SYSTEM. W. D. CRABTREE Contractor and Builder Dealer in Lumber. Lath. Shingles, and Builder's Supplies. : : : Socorro, 3, heretofore described, bears N. 19 degrees, 15 minutes E., 999.9 ft. dlst. Thence 8. 27 degrees, 30 mlmit.es V Mag. Var. 13 degrees. 20 minutes K., 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2. Identical with Cor. No. 2 of amended location and Cor. No. 4 of the Mammoth No. 2 Lode, heretofore described. Thence S. 76 degrees, T5 minutes E., Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 20 minutes E., 616 ft. to Cor. No. 3. identical with Cor. No. 3 of amended location, n porphyry ston chiseled 3 1355 on side facing claim. Thence N, 27 de grees, 30 minutes E., Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 15 minutes E., 1600 ft. to Cor. No. 4, a porphyry stone chiseled 4 1355 on side facing claim. Thence N. 76 degrees, 15 minutes W.. Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 15 minutes E., 616 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of be ginning. Total area of Oro Fino Lode la 20.603 acres. Adjoining claims are the Mammoth No. 2 Lode of ttilja survey on west, and. the Buckeye No. 3 Lode of this survey on the south. Original location notice of the Oro Fino Lode Is recorded In Book 9, at page 644, additional and amended lo cation notice In Book 61, at pages 125-126, and additional locatlo,, no tice In Book 64, at page 140, In the office of the recorder of the said So corro County. The Buckeye No. 3 Lode, beginning at Cor. So. 1, Identical with Cor. No. 1 of amended location, a porphyry stone chiseled 11355 on side facing claim, whence L'. S. Location Monu ment No. 3, heretofore described, bears N. 21 degrees, 23 minutes E.. 2474.3 ft. dlst. Thence, N. 76 degrees, 15 minutes V.( Mag. Var. 13' degrees. 20 minutes E 308 ft. to Cor. No. 2, Identical with Cor. No. 2 of amended location, a limestone chiseled 2 1355 on side facing claim. Ttunce 8. 85 degrees, 30 minutes W., Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 15 minutes E 1168.50 ft. to Cor. No. 3, Identical with Cor. No. 3 of amended location, a limestone chiseled 8 1355 on side facing claim. Thence fl. 17 degrees 30 minutes W., Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 15 minutes E., 647 ft. to Cor. No. 4, identical with Cor. No. 4 of amended location, a limestone chiseled 4 1355 on side facing claim. Thence N. 85 degrees, 80 minutes K., Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 15 minutes E., 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 5. Identical with Cor. No. 5 of amended location, a porphyry stone chiseled 5 1355 on side facing claim. Thence N. 17 degrees, 30 minutes E . Mag. Var. 13 degrees, 15 minutes E.. 543 ft. to Cor. No. 1. the place of be ginning. Total area of Buckeye No. 3 Lode Is 20.290 acres. Adjoining claims are the Oro Fino Lode, and the Mammoth No. 3 Lode, both of this survey, on north. original location notice of the Buckeye No. 3 Lode Is recorded In Book 44. st page 214: additional and amended location notice In Book 6 4 at pages 103-104, end an additional location notice In Book 64, at page 139 In the office of the recorder of Socorro County. Dated and signed at the United States Land Office, at Las Cruces, New Mexico, this Eth day of Septem ber. A. D. 1908. EUGENE VAN PATTEN. Register. BOXES On WENT Í 500, 000. On 250,000.00 2,000,000.00 a New Mexico I Appointintmt of Administratrix. Notice i.- hereli.v nivi n that the un lcrKned has been duly ;i olntcd ad ministratrix of the estate of Jacob 11. Hiltim. deceased, by the Probate Court of Socorro County, New Mexico; and those having claims against said estate wil I be required to present the same for allowance within the time and in the manner proviiled by law. Kmii.v K. Hilton, Administratrix, Dougherty Crillitli, Socorro, New Mexico, Aitonievs for Administra trix. Call at The Chieftain oflice for your fancv stationery. Noticj of Administration. Ivstate of I'orliri Sanchez. County of Socorro 1 Territory of Probate Court. New Mexico To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that at a special ses sion of the Probate Court Hon. Do mingo Baca, Probate Judie of the county and territory aforesaid, ap pointed Juli.init.t Sanchez, wid w of Porfirio Sanchez, deceased, aud Fran cisco Luna, of Magdalena, adminis trators of the estate of said Porfirio Sanchez, deceased, and Alejo (jurtile and José Antonio Torre appraiser of said estate. All who have accounts against said estate are hereby notified to present them us required by law, and all who ure indebted to said estate arj hereby notified to settle such indrlilejne with the above mentioned administra tors Kxectitcfl this first day of October, 1'siH. K. II. Sweet, Probate Clerk, Alejo (itirule, agent, San Acasio, New Mexico. K.lfeg.. ltaca, Attorney for the Estate. PREMIUM MARKET, KAST KIDK PLAZA. JX'ST OPF.NKD, KVKRYTHINi; NEW, NKAT AND CLKAN. THE MEATS WE CARRY are the best that can be pro cured. They are the finest results from carefully rained stock well handled in butch ering. PERFECTLY SERVED so that there is never any difficulty in getting a nice roast or steak whenever you want it. HILL & FISCHER, PROPRIETORS. East Side of Plaza.