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PUBLISHED BY SOCORRO COUSTT PUBL1SH1SG CO. E. A. DRAKE Editor. Rntercd at Socorro Postofiice as second class mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly in advance.) One year ...12 00 ... 1 00 Six months. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUKTT. SATURDAY, OCT. 24. 1WS. Republican Ticket Socorro Count v, For Dclt-gate to Congress William II. Andrews of Uornalillo County I'r Councilman Kstevan líaca I'or Representatives Powell Stackhouse, Jr. Julian Chavez For Sheriff (Jerónimo Sanchez For I 'róbate Judge IMuardo Jaramillo For Collector and Treasurer Jose F. Torres For Probate Clerk K. II. Sweet For Assessor A. 15. Haca For Commissioner 2nd Dist. Alejo Gurule l'or Commissioner 3rd Dist. Ismael Ortega For School Superintendent Jose A. Torres For Surveyor George V. King A STRIKING CONTRAST. It still remains true and un contradicted that Octaviano An tonio Larrazolo, the democratic candidate for delegate in con gress I rom :ew .Mexico, posses ses no known qualification for the exalted political position to which he aspires. He has never rendered any public service worth mentioning. He has never con ducted a successful business en terprise for either his own bene fit or that of the community in which he lived. He has never even risen above mediocrity in his chosen profession of law In short, he has never given evi dence that he possesses in the slightest degree the ualitica tions necessary to fit a man for the duties of a high and respon sible position in the public serv ice. On the other hand, William II. Andrews, the republican can uníate tor delegate in congress is distinguished lor t tie posses sion of those very qualifications which the democratic candidate so miserably lacks. Mr. An drews has represented New Mex ico in congress for several years and during that time he has ren dered the territory service that is phenomenal in its benefits. During his residence in the ter ritory he has engaged in several business enterprises that have brought hundreds of thousands of dollars of eastern capital into New Mexico to the great profit of her citizens if not to his own great profit. In other words, Mr. Andrews possesses exactly the qualifications which fit him to render distinguished public service and the people of New Mexico know it well, while Mr. Larrazolo has not shown that he possesses a single one of those qualifications and the people know that equally well. Do the supporters of Mr. Lar razolo realty think, then, that the voters of New Mexico are disposed to choose the democrat ic candidate to promote their great vital interests in congress merely because he happens to possess "the gift o' gab wery g-alloptn' " rather than to choose the republican candidate, who has already shown that he can promote those great and vital in terests as no other man in the territory can promote them? It is hardly jossible that their bet ter judgment can be so stifled even by the thought of being numbered among those who "sit by the flesh-pots of Kgypt." At any rate, the voters of New Mexico have twice respectfully but emphatically declined to be beguiled into committing that act of supreme folly and the vot ers of New Mexico are no less wise now than they were two years ago and four years ago. In spite of the fact that the last democratic territorial admin istration was a perfect orgie of corruption that will be an úf ense to the nostrils of all dec- nt people as long as even the memory of it shall last, demo crats are assuming a righteous ndignation because the tax rate has been increased under the late republican administrations. Lest some enemy should do their ear that violence, won't some kind riend tell them that these late republican administrations that they revile have paid over five hundred thousand dollars of the ndebtedness left as a heritage by the last democratic adminis tration and that the half hath never yet been paid? So mi- enthusiastic but misguid ed democratic papers of the ter ritory are talking of Mr. Larra- zolo's 'triumphant tour." Yes, Mr. Larrazolo has made two triumphant tours" before this one and the trouble with them was that they were made too soon. In each case what was a triumphant tour" before elec tton became a skedaddling for the tall timber after election. When Socorro county demo crats talk about electing a single one of their candidates they are merely whistling to keep their courage up. l he republican candidates will be elected by ma jorities ranging from five hun dred to a thousand votes and every one of the various and sundry varieties of democrats in the county know it. Tin; democratic candidates for the county offices may be good men and citizens, but for that very reason there is no excuse left for their being democrats, and the best way for them to re gain a proper self-respect is to work and vote for the success of the republican ticket. Dkmockats are talking a world of nonsense about how they are going to carry the elections ten days from now. But democrats can hardly be expected to talk sense just at this time, for it is a solemn truth that the more sense they talk the worse it is for their cause. So let them talk on. Thij chances that Andrews will secure statehood for New Mexico are infinitely greater than the chances that Larrazolo could do that thing. Why vote for Larrazolo? Andkkws, the man who does things, or Larrazolo, the man who says things which will you vote for? "Andkkws and statehood is the only issue." Governor Curry. 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 you 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." Qualified for Promotion. Strolling about his camp in the Philippines one dar. the colonel came upon one of his of ficers fondling a monkey. 'Colonel," said the officer, 'this is the most remarkable monkey I ever saw. Why, he can take a stick and go through the ma'nuel of arms almost as well as one one of the soldiers!" Sh!" cautioned the colonel. glancing about in great alarm. 'Don't tell anybody. Supposing the war department heard of it! They'd make him a brigadier general!" Rival Dignities. An Englishman, fond of boast- ng of his ancestry, took a coin from his pocket and, pointing to the head engraved on it, said: 'My great-great grandfather was made a lord by the king whose picture you see on this shilling." "What a coincidence!" said his Yankee companion, who at once produced another coin. "My great-great-grandfather was was made an angel by the Indian whose picture you see on this cent." Bad a Cloaa 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." The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy. and lung and throat healer is world wide. Sold by all drug gists. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. No Social Standing. "What do you think, Maria?" exclaimed the steel magnate 'Our son Reginald writes that he is on his wedding trip and his wife is a paragon." A Paragon?' echoed his wife. Dear me! I can't recall the name of Paragon in the social register. You must look her up at once. John, and see if Regin aid has disgraced himself by marrying into an inferior fam ily." Would Mortgage the 7am. A farmer on Rural Route 2, Empire, Ga., W. A. Floyd by name, says: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve 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. Expression of a Cynic. Walter rater, an old man at 50, bald as a coot and grotesquely piain, regarded every woman much as did Dean Swift, who wrote: "A very little wit is val ued in a woman, as we are pleas ed with few words spoken intel ligibly by a parrot." "You don't approve of marriage?1 friend once observed to Pater "No," he replied, "nor would anybody else if he gave the mat ter proper consideration. Men and women are always pulling different ways. Women won pun our way. i hey are so per verse." A Healthy 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. Bartlet, of Rural Route 1. Guil ford, Maine. They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle war that does you good. 25c. at all druggists. Salting Her Taste. "How do you like our new boat, Mr. Seadon?" "To tell the truth, Miss Clara, it Icoks top heavy to me. I would be afraid it might turn turtle." "Just like the men folks to be so careless. Couldn't they have bought one that would turp oyster?" The Farmer's Wife b Tfrr careful about her churn. Sli scald It thoroughly after using, and glv It a aun bath to sweeten It. Mie know that if her churn U sour It will taint the butter that I made In It. The stomach I a churn. In the stomach and digestiva and nutritive tracts are performed pro cesses which are almost eiactly like the churning of butter. Is It not appsre.it then that If this stomach-cburn Is foul II makes foul all which Is put Into It? The evil of a foul stomach Is not alone the bad taste In the mouth and the foul breath caused by it, but the corruption of the pure current of blood and the disarm (nation of disease throughout the body. Dr. Tierce's (Joldon Medical Discovery makes the sour and foul stomach sweet. It does for the stomsch what the washing and sun bath do for thechurn absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting ele ment. In this way It cures blotches, pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings, sores, or open eating ulcers and all humors or diseases arising from bad blood. It tou hava bitter, nasty, foul taste In your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath, are weak and easily tired, feel depressed and despondent, have frequent headaches. dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress In stom ach, constipated or Irregular bowels, sour or bitter risings after eating and poor appetite, these symptoms, or any consider able number of them. Indicate that you are suffering from biliousness, torpid or lay liver with the usual accompanying Ind' gestión, or dyspepsia and their attendant derangements. Ihe best agents known to medical sci ence for the cure of the above symptoms and conditions, as attesU-d by the writing of leading teachers and practitioners all the several schools of medical practice, have been skillfully and harmoniously combined In Dr. Pierce's Unlden Mellr Discovery. That this Is absolutely true will be readily proven to your satisfaction If you will but mail a postal card request to Dr. K. V. Herce. Huffalo. N. Y., for a free copy of his booklet of extracts from ihe standard medical authorities, giving the names of nil the Ingredients entering into his world-famed medicines and show ing what the most eminent medical men of the age say of them. Solicitous. An old lady unaccustomed to traveling innocently seated her self in a first class carriage, al though she nnlv ha I a third class ticket. The guard, think ing she had made a mistake. popped his head into the car riage and inquired, "Are you first class, ma'am?" "No, sir, not altogether," she replied, "but much brighter than I was, thank you." Where Búllete Flew David Parker, of Fayettee, N Y., a veteran of the civil war, who lost a foot at Gettysburg, says: l lie good r.iectnc ml ters have done is wortn more than five hundrtd dollars to me. I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble, to little purpose. then tried Electric Bitters, and thev cured me. I now take them as a tonic, and they keep me strong and well." 50c. at all druggists. Good alfalfa pasture close in Apply to Sickles Bros. Phone 8. Subscribe for The Chieftain. Hubby (disgustedly) The doctor is a fool. Wiley What s the matter, dear? Hubby He said I need exer cise. Think of it? Exercise Exercise for a in in who has look ed after his own iurnace all win ter, and is now contempleting the opening of the lawn mower season! Easy Confinement If yea hart caase to fcar the alas at childbirth, renemker that they art iat to wtakaest, r 41s case, of tb womanly argaas, aad thai healthy woana 4o aot iafler, lik weak eact. Th specific, atcdklaaU vege table intrcdleats, at wbJck that famous, knal raedlclaa aad wo aoly toaic o) lililí niülU WOMAN'S RELIEF It censostd, wW kaUd tbe womanly ritas te a healthy state aad tans arevcat needless saner- la.. ' Btlore my coafiaeaeot,N writes Mrs. Rose Scbabarth. I Mooa neat. Colo, "I htd saca hearing Mías I Ida'i kaow what lo iJ 4: Cardal atikkJy relieved aie. Some Boatos later I hat a tine 1Mb. haby. as tick aaly thirty Unlet, aad did aot vea have a docier." At AU Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE. latina an and describing symp toms, to Udui Aavuory uepi., The Chattanooga Msdlc; ucino in . Chattanooga, Tsnn. JB I wise r A OF uM AN ELECTION PROCLAMATION ssued by tha Board of County Com mlaaionera at Their Heating on Monday. At their meeting in this city Mon- ay October 5th, the board of county commissioners issued an election proc- amation aa follows: Oflice of the Hoard of County Commissioners. Socorro. N. M., Oct. 5. 1908. Whereas; By law it ia made the duty of the Qoard of County Commissioners f each county in the Territory of New Mexico to make proclamation for an lection to be held in the various pre- cincta of their respective counties for the purpose of voting for candidates for the county office of said countiea for the year 1909 and 1910, as well as for candidates for the election ot a Dele gate to Congress to represent the Ter ritory of New Mtxico; and Whereas; The tint Tuesday after the first Monday in November, A. D. l'JOH. ia designated by law aa the time for holding said election, and voting or said candidates; Now, 1 here fore, The Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Socorro County, ierritory of New Mexico, at a regular scsmoii held in the City of Socorro in said county and territory, on the Mh day of October, A. D. l-MW, makes the following order: That on Tuesday, the 3rd day of November, A V. 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 t-aid county of Socorro, at which election candidates will be voted upon by the legally qualified voters in each of said precincts for the following named onicers: One Delegate to the 61st cougreas of the United Mates 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 38th Legis lative Assembly of aaid Ierritory. 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 h.x-Ofhcio Col lector. One Probate Clerk and Kx-Oflicio Keci.nlcr. tine Sheriff. ( hie Assessor. One Probate Judge. tine 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 FAKK, 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 Di trict Court of the Third Judicial Dia trict of the Territory of New Mexico, within and for the County of Socorro, on the 9th day of September, A. D. 1908, upon a judgment entered in aaid court on the bth day of September, 1908, in civil case no. 5369, Wherein Samuel Graham was plaintiff and the Baking Powder Oold Mining company and W. W. ludwards were defendants, I have levied upon and will sell at public auction to the highest bidder tor 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 aaid day, the right, title and interest of the said defendents in and to the Baking Pow der Mine and Mining Claim situated in the Rosedale Mining District, So corro county, New Mexico, the location notice of which ia recorded in book 23 at page 391 on the Recorder's Office of Socorro county, New Mexico, to which reference ia made for more full and complete description. The amount of aaid judgment, in cluding interest to said date of aaid aale ia one hundred and fifty-five and 48-100 Dollars. Anickto Abbytia, Sheriff of Socorro Co., N. M. Dougherty & Griffith, Socorro, New Mexico, Atterneya for plaintiff Jersey ice cream at Smart's to day. Restoration to Entry of Lands la Nation al Forest. Notice is brrebv irivrn that the Units de scribed below embracing U acres, withid the tilla and llatil National Foresta, New Mexico, will be aubjec. to aettlement and entry under the provisions of the homestead tas of the United Stales and the act of June 11, l'Ki (34 but., Z3J), at the United Stales land oflice at Laa Cruces on Oecember l'l, I'aih. Any settler who was actually and in a'! faith claiming any of aaid lands for Agricultural purposes prior to January I, rkib, and has not aband oned same, has a preference riirht to make a homestead entry for the lands actually oc cupied. Said .lands were listed upon the ap- Iilicationa of the persona mentioned below, who lave a preference rivht subject to tha prior ritfht of any such aetiler, provided such settler or applicant is ualitied to mate homestead entry and the preference right is exercised prior to December 1''. 1'xih, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by anv qualified person. The lands are as fol lows: The SKSi of NKH and tbe N), of See. IX T. 11 S , K. i W., S. M. M., listed up on the application of Kobert L. Allsup of tilen w.ssl, N. M. The S'-i of SKH. Sec. V. T. II S., K. Ii W.. application of J.S. Havre of t'airview, N. M. Kkko Dksnbtt, Commissioner of the (enera) Land Ottice. Approved Octotier 5, I'. KsaNK Pikmck, First Assistant Secre tary of the Interior. .kM'Ml 60 YEARS' 1 EXPERIENCE D CopvmaHT Ac AnTonMmdlnf ft ktrh tnd description mmf itilcklr wottrtalii our opinion fr btbr Invention la probably iaUentbl. romniunlo- ml fr. Oldeat apeno; tur aec-urluc utttu fttauL lktl throuflh MuoU a LU nam aniuu. ii non un'T fur acni fnttit ijUtiH thruuiíh Muuu 41'g.Nvitit tpffUtl notica, without cuar, la la Scientific Jfruricaii A handtnmalr lllnrtratud Mklf. ljrirMt al dilation tit ny .MUtUSo (..uriial. Tvriu. at rntr i fur muniba. It bold bi all mhhImIm, Co New icrk hrauca OOtoa. SI F Bt, WsUliwiwt. U C. í mm Trade Mark a a a . ' a' .rv". ? LOCAL TIME ABLE. South OCORRO. I North .1 3:00 a m ! 1-5H i in 3:00 a in .. 4:0.5 pm1,, .Passenger. , .Fast Freight., 1 1:10 a ml... Local Freight. . .10:00 a m - r No 99 and 100 carry passengers be ween Albuquerque and San Marcial. MACDALEN'A BRANCH. Daily except Sunday, i tn I Lv. .ocorro. .Ar 12:10 p in SOCIETIES. 7:4S MASONIC SOCORRO I.OlH'E. No. 9, A. I". & A. M.- Kemi liir commutm. tions second m.l fourth Tuesdays of each month. Visiting bretnern cordially invited. II. M. Docc.U KKTV, W. M. C (1. Dt'NCAN, Secretary. CORRO CHAI'TRR No. M. R. . M. Regular convocations tirl and thii. ruesd.iys of each n.u ii F i. it ti i r F. : l , i l i . "S,-- I I . , Ni .xt.DAI.r.N il I ') IK N. , i Md. i i.( tl.e i .ei. i ii Star. , ' Nl .IKOllIC 11 I h' and third i . ii I y s f i .it Ii iimiiiI Ii. Avv.( V. it i. w. M J.ihs E. (i iifi-irrf, Sanitary. PY rill-W SISTERS IVmple N 2.- K.-giilar meetings lir.-.l and third 'Ihurwlavs ol each un-nOi. MUS. J. E. tiKIH-ITII, Mks. W. II. Hiu.. M. E. C. M. of R. and C. K OF P. RIO GRADNK LODGE. No. 3. K. Jj of I. Regular meeting everjr cn uesday evening at 8 o'clock at Castle hall. Visiting knights given acordia welcome. M. Lokwrnstkin, C. C S. C. Mkkk. K. of R. and S. J. R. VIGIL HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, CARPEN TER AND PLUMBER, PAPER HANGER. Order Wall Paper by Sample THE ONLY LICENSED 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, "wav-. 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 so to make room for winter stock For Cash Only J.H HILTON, Socorro, N. M. Studebaker wagons! Tht? famous Studebaktr wagons! Apply to Geo.' E. Cook. Order your wall paper from J. K. Vigil at cost. J7V J 6? s