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PUDLISHED BY SOCORRO COUKTI PUBLISH1KG CO. K. A. DRAKE Editor. Entered at Socorro Poatoffice as second class mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (Strictly in advance.) Oue year 2 00 Si montha 1 00 OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNT!. SATURDAY, DEC. 12. l'K)8. Only eiht days now until the shortest day of winter, only thir teen days until the Christmas craze will U over, and only twenty days until those New year's resolution will ajrain he broken and laid upon the shelf to be out of the way until the next regular annual house-cleaning. Ali. the numerous dispatches from Washington this week in dicate a sentiment in high places there very favorable to the im mediate granting of statehood to New Mexico. Delegate An drews, Governor Curry, and com mitteeman Luna are in the capi tal city working hard to fulfill the promise they made to the voters at home during the recent campaign. There are the best of reasons to believe that they will succeed. If they do, New Mexico will be theirs on their re turn home. If they lo not well, to their own sense of fail ure and a general sense of disap pointment may be added some political consequences not pleas ant to contemplate. Tiikki-: was a sudden and unannounced exodus of undesira ble citizens from Socorro Monday morning. They went by train, they went by private conveyance, they went on horseback, they went on foot, they went by the means and in the direction that promised to place them most ex peditiously beyond the call of the grand jury about to assemble. District Attorney Wolford was in town and had determined to rid the city of the motley gang by bringing every mother's son and daughter of them before the grand jury. He must have sixjken his determination loud enough for them to hear, for the majority of them took to their literal or metaphorical heels and thus saved the county the ex pense of their arrest and prose cution. Tally one for Mr. Wol ford. Congkkss has been in session this week, and one of the most important pieces of legislation now proposed is that of revising the present tariff law. This is going to be a delicate and diffi cult task, for the general under standing is that the present rates of import duty are to Ije revised downward, while long experience has shown that it is much easier to revise those rates of duty upward. For instance, how would a proposal to reduce the rates of duty on wool and hides le received in New Mexico? No doubt the people of this ter ritory would ston be praying to be spared the catastrophe with as much zeal as the people of thV zinc producing districts of democratic Missouri are now ex hibiting in appointing a day of prayer on which to importune the Almighty for a republican duty on their principal product. Hut the republican party is to be credited with the tariff legisla tion under which the country has made its recent stupendous progress, and that party may be safely trusted now even to sur pass its former wisdom. AN ELOQUENT TBIBUTE. Col. IIknky Wattkkson, the greatly talented editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, is not happy over the result of the late election. In fact. Colonel Wat ter&on takes an exceedingly gloomy view of the future of con stitutional liberty in this blessed land of ours, all because the voters have entrenched the re publican party in power more strongly than ever before. "It can never be driven out short of its own dissolution, or some dire cataclysm bringing ruin in its train," says the sorely disap pointed colonel, though he con cedes that the constitution of the United States is not abolished yet and that this is one of the few things that are still worth fighting for. Hut, no matter whether he shares the colonel's dire forebod ings or not, the reader of one of his recent brilliant editorial! must concede that Colonel Wat terson achieved a triumph in elo quence of tribute when he wrote, "Nothing could surpass, as noth ing has ever equaled, the per sonal canvass of Mr. Hryan; its wondrous lucidity and power of statement; its splendid intel lectual and physical endurance; its unanswerable argument. Nor did Ignatiusof Loyola sweep through a world of incarnate evil bearing the cross of Jesus to triumph with greater force of in spiration and truth than did the heroic son of Nebraska traverse a land gaping with curiosity, but too busy over its work and play to consider any danger to the immortal soul of its constitution al fabric." Marked for Death. "Three years ago I was marked for death. A grave-yard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces. Doctors failed to help me and hope had fled, when my husband got Dr. King's New Discovery," says Mrs. A. C. Williams, of Bac, Ky. "The first dose helped me and improvement kept on until I had gained 5S pounds in weight and my health was fully restored." This medicine holds the world's healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases. It prevents pneumonia. Sold under guarantee at all druggists, 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. A Discomfiting Witneaa. The following colloquy took place between Councilor Sealing wax and a witness who "would talk back:" "You say, sir, the prisoner is a thief?" "Yes, sir. 'Cause why, she has confessed she was." "And vou also swear she worked for you after this confession?" "Yes, sir." "Then we are to understand that you employ dishonest people to work for you, even after their rascali ties are known?" "Of course. How else would I get assistance from a lawyer?" Medicine That la Medicine. "I have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach com plaints, but I have now found a remedy that keeps me well, and that remedy is Electric Bit ters: a medicine that is medicine for stomach and liver troubles, and for run down conditions," says W. C. Kiestler, of Halliday, Ark. Klectric Bitters purify and enrich the blood, tone up the nerves, and impart vigor and energy to the weak. Your money will be refunded if it fails to help rou. 50c at all druggists. Heard at the Picnic. "Ah." said the benevolent old lady, "I am glad to see such a kind-hearted little boy. You give your babv brother the big bun with the cinnamon flakes and save the small bun for your self." "Them ain't cinnamon flakes," whispered the bad boy with a wink. "Not cinnamon flakes?" "No'm, those are ants. That's why I gave him the big gest one." Orand Maaquerade Ball. Socorro Hose Co. No. 1 will give its regular annual masquer ade ball at the (Jarcia opera house, Thursday evening, De cember .11. Call at The Chieftain office for your fancy stationery. DEMOCRATIC PARTY TO DIE Wk Son Other JUmarkable Thing Happen, According to Atlanta Coaetitutlon. A democratic exchange repro duces the following democratic classic, which first appeared in the Atlanta Constitution several years ago. Dedicate the produc tion to the time when the demo cratic party will win instead of when that party will die and it will have the heartv endorsement of all good republicans. Here it is: When the lion eats grass like the ox, and the fish worm swal lows the whale; when the terra pin knits woolen sox, and the bear is out run by the snail. When serpents walk upright like men, and tumble bugs travel like dogs; when grasshoppers feed on the hen, and feathers are tound on the hogs. When Thomas cats swim in the air, and elephants root up the trees; when insects in sum mer are rare and snuff never makes people sneeze. When fish creep over dry land, and mules on bicycles ride; when foxes lay eggs in the sand, and women in dress take no pride. When Dutchmen no longer drink beer, and girls get to preaching on time; when billy goats butt from the rear, and treason's no longer a crime. When the humming bird brays like the ass, and limburger smells like cologne; when plow shares are made out of glass, and the hearts of Missourians are ttone. When ideas grow in gold-bugs' heads, and wool on the hydraulic ram; then the democratic party will be dead and the country won't be worth a d n. "The Law." Parents of Wayne, a suburb of Philadelphia, are required to re port promptly any case of con tagious disease, in compliance with the regulations of the local board of health. In accordance with this order, Health Officer Leary received this post card recently: "Dear sir: This is to notify you that my boy Ephriam is down bad with the measles as re quired by the new law." A Dangerous Operation is the remaval of the appendix by a surgeon. No one who takes Dr. Ling's New Life Pills is ever subject to this frightful ordeal. They work so quietly you don't feel them. They cure constipa tion, headache, biliousness and malaria. 25c at all druggists. Fairy Tale On the third finger of her left hand the sweet young thing wore a magnificent solitaire. "So you're going to marry a prince, are you?" said the neces sary questioner. "A prince? I don't under stand." "The son of a coal king." "Oh, yes," smiled the sweet young thing. "I'm to be his Cinder Ella." NOTICE. On all account and notes due to Jasper N. Ilroylea, bankrupt, and not paid for on or before November JO, ault win be brought for collection All those account and note not paid for by November the 30, will be pub lished, each account, name and amount separately. On December 15th, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the office of the Trustee, in the Klectric Light plant, han Marcial, all thoe account and note not paid for win be aaia at public auction to the highest bidder. San Marcial, November 20, 1908. Fhakz SCHMIDT. Trustee in Bankruptcy, Estate of Jasper N. Droles, bankrupt. SALE or TIMBER. Wiser Cltjf, New Mu lcts No vernier IV, !, Sealed blil marked outstris, "Hid, Timber sal application Orto bar i, lM. Olla," and aitdmawl to Doug-las kuosnaa, tiilver Clnr, will be received up to aad Including tue Jlsi dar oí December, ), all merchantable dead timber etaadinif aad down, aad all tba live timber marked fr culling- by the Korea! ufttt-er. on a designated area uf about acre, located within apuros Imate ly Hk. a, T. II H H. II W. N. M. 1. M., ...la National Poreet, New Malleus estimated to be 4SU corda of wtsid, more or Itwa. No bid o! lees thaa toe per coed will be considered and a de posit of tSo must be eral to H. H. Cramer, r'ia cal Asent, Waahinybtn. I). C, for each bid sub mitted lo tus Supervisor. Timber upon valid claims eieaiuted from sale. The right lo re ject any or all bids Is reserved, for further nformatUm and resrnlalloua e?ovarnina? sales. address the undersigned. Douglas Hodman, HllverClty, N. M. Chickens, fresh vegetables, fish, and oysters every Friday at Fischer's meat market. A Sold Step. To ororcomn the woll frronndM arv reasonable objection of the more Intel llgent to the ue of socrot, medicinal com boand, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. V., some time aso, decided to make a bold departure from the usual course pursued by the makers of put-up medicines for do- nestle use, aniso ha published broad cast and 0f4mTy to the whole world, a full and compMe list of all tba Ingredients an terina InWhe composition of bis widely celebrated fLlcMies, Thus be has taken tils Bumenros jratrons and patients tito his full CnWVnce, Thus too he has re iBovedAlvLedlclnet from among secret nontrinrof doubtful merits, and mud tbemtficmcciics of Known Companion. Jty this bold st T)r. Pierce has shown HUI lurmiilnn are (if mirh i'l.-i'lfrm-n hn Is nut stfAnl lo iililN-t tl i i 2 HiiUullLjJ "Hot only lo' Hie wrapper of erery bo' tie of Dr. i'tarre's UoluVn Medical IHsrtivery, the Tatnous meoinne riir weaa sior.ia ti, ttu llrer or biliousness and all ratsrrlisl illsekM-s wherevrr lorautl. hare prlnlod uiioti IU I WiHn Knottah, a full and co.nplvtn Vst of all be IngrtHJIinls comix win It, but a small book has been compiled fmn numerous Standard meulral Worts, of nil the different arbools of practice, contalnlna eery numer ous extracts from the wrltlnrs of leadlnf practitioners of medicine, endorsing in fis frononit txmnUilé Urm. each and every InaTe d lent contained In Dr. Pierre's medicines. One of theso little books will he mailed free to any one sending address on postal card or by letter, to Dr. K. V. i'lerce, liiifTslo, N. V., and reuuiKtlni the same. From this little book It will tw learned that Dr. Pierce's med icine contain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral events or tit her tMilsonnus or Injurious atrcntv and that they aro made from native, medici nal roots of treat value! also that some of the most valuable lnirr4llcnla contained In Dr. I'lerce's Favorite Prescription for weak, nervous, over-worked, "run-down." ncrvou.i and debilitated women. Were employed. Ion if years aso, by the Indlsns for similar ailments affectlnir their antiaws. In fact, one of the moot valuable medicinal plants entering Into the composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorito Pre scription was known to the Indians a Squaw-Weed." Our knowledge of the uses of not a few of our most valuable native, me dicinal plants was rained from the, Indians. As mado up by Improved and exact pro fesses, the " r avorlle Prescript Kn " Is a most Indent remedy for rcs-ilatlna- all the wom anly functions, correcting- displacements, a pnilaiHtts, anteTerslon and retorverslon, eve rcotnlnir painful periods, tonina up the nerve and hriiiirtns' alsmt a perfect state of ttoaltu. bold by all dosiers in r Ücluesv The Bride's Look. A girl about to be married worries so much she begins to look like an old married woman. In addition to worrying about her clothes and coaxing her folks to give her a new outfit, she sits up too latr with her young man, and the n-sult is an anxious, careworn look a week before the wedding that cannot b told from the look on the face of a woman who has been married a year or two. Look at the next girl you meet who is soon to be married, and you will remark that she has "aged rap idly." This Is Worth Reading. Leo F. Zelinski, of f8 Gibson St., Buffalo, N. Y., says:" I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had, with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I applied this salve once a day for two days, when every trace of the sore was gone." Heals all sores. Sold under guarantee at all druggists. Crack or Break. Edwin and his mother went for a walk Sunday afternoon. Coming to a trie of cherries, the mother bent a low limb so that the little fellow could pick some. Seeing some fine ones higher up, he beggrd to be allowed to climb the tree. "Oh, no," said his mother, "that would be breaking the Sabbath." "And we are only cracking the Sabbath now, are we, mamma?" inquired Edwin. These Bad Pains hkh jlvs jo sach exquisite offering, every month, ant csascd, at yea know, by feaials tro able. Rcucf scldota or aercr coanes I Itself. It la necessary to cart the canse, la order to stop the tains, and this caa ooly be doae 11 yoa will take a specific, témalo remedy, that acts directly aa the womanly oriaa. raw OF WOMAN'S RELIEF "Cardal did wonders for ait," writes Mrs. H. C. Larson, of Olds, la. - had female trouole lor 8 years. I had displacement, whkh increased my aflerlng, trie doc lor could only relieve bo at tunes. Now, I am so mach better, I hardly haow whea my time begins or wbea It cods." At All Iruálsts WRITE FOR FRES ADVICE, etatliujr ase and deacrlblnsT symp toma, lo LaHiet Advisory Drt.t Tlie Cliattanoosrn, Medicine Co., Ciiattunooa-u, Tena, JO II 8 FECIAL MASTER'S IALE. Notice la herebr árlveo that, br virtue of the authority in me vested by an order of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Ter. ritorj of New Mexico, within and for the county of Hocorro, in a case re cently therein pending, in which John rc. t.nlhth waa plaintiff and William D. Newcomb, administrator, etc.. et ala. were defendanta. the undersigned will sell st public vendue upon the premises, to the highest bidder for cash, on the ISth day of December, A. u. at two o'clock of the after noon of said day, the following de acribed real estate aituate. lying and being in the City of Hocorro. in the county of Hocorro, Territory of New aiextcn, Dounded and described aa fol lows, to-wit: Beginning at a fence post which la aituated on the N. aide of McCutchen Ave. and designated aa the HE. cor. also the SW. cor. of land owned by Nestor Raton; thence N. 170 ft. to N. side of an adobe wall; thence V. along the N. aide of aaid adobe wall, 103 ft. to a stake driven In the ground on the north aide of aaid wall; thence 8. 173 ft. to fence post designating the t? W. cor.; thence K. along the N. side of McCutchen Ave. about 100 ft. to place of beginning. Said property is also designated aa lots Nob. 28, Jo, 32 and 34. Also all of lota Nos. 36 and 38 as shown by plat of McCutchen addition on file in the office of the Kecorder of Hocorro county. Territory of New Mexico, said property being bounded as follows; On the E. by the Tiffany lots, south by McCutchen Ave., west by Corteay lots, north by the Vincnt property. Also all that tract of land situated north and lying between aaid lots .Nos. M and 38 and an old adotw all, descriled more fu.ly as com mencing at the NE. cor. of lot 3o, o I the aforesaid McCutchen Addition; thence N. to the N. aide of an adobe wall; thence V. aloi.f the N. aide of said adobe wall SO ft.; thence H. t NV. cor. of lot No. 38; thence E along the N. enda of lota Noa. 36 and 38 to the place of beginning. Said lota Nos. 36 and 38 being on the N. aide of McCutchen Ave. E. H. SWEET, Special Maater. Advertise in the Chieftain. Notice (or Publication Department of the Interior Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. November Sth, 1908. t Notice is hereby given that Pasual Chavez, of Ouemado, New Mexico, has hied notice of his intention to make final Five year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. Tb'O (02367) maue Oct. 26, iwj, tor the S SEV Section 21. and H!4 SW! Section 22, Township 1 N., Kange 13 W., and that said proof will be made before E. H. Sweet, at Socorro, N, M.. on December 16th, 1908. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation or the land, viz: Amadio Luna of Polvadera, N. M.; Antonio Jose Lunaof Polvadera, N. M.; Victor Lopez of Lemitar, N. M.; Casimiro Montoya of Polvadera, N. M. Manuel K. Otero, Register SHE BIFF'S SALE Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the authority veated in me by certain execution to me directed and issued out of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Terri tory of New Mexico, within and for the county of liernalillo, on the 24th day of September, A. D. 19U8, upon a judgment entered in aaid court in the March term thereof, A. li. 191)8, in civil case No. 321, wherein George H. Masten was plauitilt and Ihe Mog ollón (íol'l A Copper Co. waa defend ant, I have levied upon and will sell. subject to all mortgages, liens, and other legal claims previous to aaid ex ecution, at public auction to the high est bidder for cash at the front door of the postoffice at Cooney, Socorro County, New Mexico, on the 16th day of November, A. D. 1908, at 10 o'clock of the forenoon of aaid day, the fol lowing mining claima, goods and chat tels belonging to the said The Mog ollón Gold & Copper Co., to-wit: The Silver Fountain, the Silver Bar, the Old Strike, and the Leap year patented mining claima; the Little Johnnie and Independence groupa of mining claims consisting of the "98," the Little Johnnie, the Nancy Hanks, Jr., the Hidden Treas ure, the Independence, the Bloomer Girl, the Postmistress, and the Owah Bar claims; the Florida group of min ing claima consisting of the Florida, the Laura, the Mame, and the Chist mae claims; the Little Charlie group of mining claima consisting of the Little Charlie, the Little Giant, the Combination, the Homestake, the Iron Hat, the Sandy, the Selma, the Little Katie, and the Lena claims; personal property consisting of. 1 mill, 1 hoist, 1 crusher, and 1 engine, all in the shaft house, 1 small crusher, 2 trommels, 1 elevator, 2 roll feeders, 2 sets of rolls, 3 whltley tables, 2 Hunt ington mills, 7 vanners, 1 75-horse power engine, 1 water wheel, 3 boilers, 1 air compressor, pulleys, shafting, boxing, belting, etc., wrenches, tools, etc., picks, shovels, drills and black smithing tools, and blacksmith shop complete, all in the mill, 1 pipe line 5-8 mile long, mill buildings, etc., 1 saw mill complete, 1 25-horse-power engine, 1 2 -roo m house, 1 3-room house, 1 5 rooin house, 1 adobe cabin, 1 4-room office building, 1 3-room building, 1 boarding house, 1 4-room house occu pied by T. C. Curran, 2 warehouses, 1 store building, 2 mill aitea known as the Doyle and the Omah Bar, mill sites, stables, corrals, etc., or so much thereof as shall be necessary to satis fy the amount of said judgment, inter eat, and costs, to the date of aaid aale, viz: The sum off Two Thousand, Three Hundred, and Thirty-three and 77-100 Dollars damages, and Forty and 43-100 Dollars coat of auit, which by the judgment of the District Court within and for the County of Bernal illo and Territory aforesaid, at the March term thereof, A. D. 1908, George 11. Masten recovered against The Mogollón Gold and Copper Com pany, with interest thereon from the 20th day of June, A. D. 1908, at the rate of six per cent, per annum, and also the costa that may accrue. , Aniceto C Abkvtia, Sheriff of Hocorro County, N. M. Klock A Oweu, - Attorueya for the Plaintiff. 7T LOCAL TIME ABLE. South 3:00 a m 4:05 p m 11:10 a m OCORKO. N.rth . ..Passenger 3:00 a m .Fast Freight... 1:20pm .Local Freight... !l0:00a ni No 99 and 100 carry passengers be tween Albuquerque and San Marcial. MAGDALEN' A BRANCH. Dally except Sunday. 7j45a m Lv. .ocorro. .Ar 12:10 pm SOCIETIES. MA8QNIO ,fTT- SOCORRÍ . v. 1 LODGE. No.o. A. 'TfcvV F A. M.- Regit. 'A? Ir commtinua ' ;. a . . SWÁ . ... . ,y- V ,V I I FifT I 'Fill in(J wunn iuenaya of each month. Visiting hretnem cordially invib-d. H. M, iKll'C.HRKTY, V. M. C G. Di'ncax. S'cretarr. SOCORRO CHAP TER Ni. 8. K. A vi. Regulsr conviic.'itinti. first Mini t. ,,. futfsrl l V 'f -'h tt i-'i K ti M . -i.irrr V. I I I' ' I M l S I I , , v:Al.r N I I 'l r h Ni . -. rilr-r ! the Knctt tn Sihi -b Mmmhim I t'll in' nuil thirrl M n d a v a i f rni li iihiiiI h. Annk V. Fitch, W. M Joh E. GkiFFITU. Secretary. . PYTHIAN SISTERS T.mule No. 2. Reg.il.ir meetings hrM and third 'Ihursdavs "I each month. MKS J. E- liKIhFITH, Mhs. W. H. Hiix. M. E. C. M.ofR. andC. K. OF P. J- RIO GRADNE ijwi'ur., iiiu. j, rv. of P. Regular meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock at Caatte . hall. Visiting knights given a cordia welcome. M. Lokwknktkix, 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 UCINSID CITY BILL POSTtR AND DiSTRIDlTtR. 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 eo to make room for winter stock For Cash Only J.H HILTON, Socorro, N. M. E. L. Smart sells bread. Try it. Order your wall paper from J, K. Vigil at cost. tl.. '.' .. ...JI