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1 LOCALS Ticket at Leeson's for l'later of Tarn." David Daca of San Antonio has had business at court in So corro this week. A new stock of Mexican drawn work has just been received at Loewenstein Uros. "Mr. Plaster of I'aris" at the opera house next Monday even ing. One nietit only. J'ugenio Tavasci was shaking hands in Socorro the first of the week. He is now in business at Carthage. (Jo to Leeson's for jour cos tumes for the masquerade ball. Kemembt-r the date. December 31. Attorney I!. 1J. Holt and J. I Donham ot Las Cruces have had professional business at circuit court this week. December 31 is the date for the grand masquerade ball, and Lee son's is the" place to get your cos tume. Miss Minnie Mc(Jlinchy, dis trict court stenographer, is in attendance at court and a guest at the Winkler hotel. Oscar LitTreing. a merchant and substantial citizen of Sabin al, was in this citv Monday a guest at the Winkler hotel. Miguel Vigil, who has been teaching school up at Durley for some time, has been greeting his friends in Socorro for three or four davs. l'rof. 1. A. Marcellino is in town today from San Antonio, where he is again acting in the capacity of principal of the pub lic schools. Those who fail to see "Mr. Plaster of Paris" at the opera house next Monday evening will miss a first class entertainment. Don't forget the date. t Juan A. Daca of Durley has been doing granel jury service this week. Mr. Daca is an act ive, public spirited, and useful citizen in manv ways. L'en McClure was in town two or three days this week on busi ness at court. He reported that there was considerable sickness among the children up at Mag dalena. Max II. Montoya of San An tonio was in Socorro Sunday on his way home from the San Mateos, where he had spent sev eral days looking after his live stock interests. Capt. John F. Fullerton re turned to the city last Saturday from an extended visit at the Fullerton ranch in the Datils, where he was looking after his stock interests. The Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Jos. K. Smith at her home on the corner of Park street and McCutchen avenue Tuesday afternoon at the usual hour. Mrs. II. A. Wolford arrived in the city Sunday morning from her home in Hillsboro and will be a visitor here in company with Mr. Wolford during the term of district court now in progress. There will be a public school J entertainment at the opera house f Wednesday evening, Decern Iter Mr. J 23, to raise funds to finish pay ing for the new piano. A liberal patronage should be extended. Attorney O. M. Congdon of Deming is a, Socorro visitor. Mr. Congdon was 1iere during the last political campaign and created a very favorable impres sion by his pleasing style of ora tory. Children of the public schools will sell tickets for the entertain ment to be given in the opera house December 23, to raise funds to pay for the new school piano. Seats may be reserved at Leeson's. Jose Antonio Torres, county superintendent elect, announces that therewill be an examination of applicants for license to teach in the public schools of Socorro county in this city on Friday and Saturday, January 15 and H. vxn. Kemember that the person pre senting the largest number of commutation cards, properly punched, on December 25, will re ceive the handsome Upright Piano now on display in our store, absolutely free. LoKWKNSTKIN DkOS. Attorney Elfego Daca of Al buquerque has been in town this week on professional business in the district court. Mr. Daca is recovering from the effects of a recent accident which resulted in two broken ribs, though he is not yet in quite his normal con dition. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Richards, formerly of San Marcial, have taken possession of the Park house and are fast putting it in condition tor the entertainment ? J n Lf UÚ 7u D(o GREHM PfluDEB You will find it a great satisfaction to do More Home Baking Yon, will make biscuit, cake and pastry clean, fresh and tasty better every way than the ready made foods. Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially devised for home use, and makes home baking easy and a delight. It will pro tect you from the dread alum baking powders, which are too frequently found in the ready made articles, and insure you food of the highest hcalthfulness. e1 MANY prr ?)f guests. The improvements that have recently been made in this old-time hotel muit be seen while advocating to be appreciated. OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT Monday, Dec. 1 4 (1. V. Haliday Presents The Funny Farce Comedy MR. PLASTER OF PARIS HC1LVLR PtOPLL j i SINGIRS AND DANCERS II Prices 25-50-75 V.V.Tr LEESON'S Hon. Jas. W. W.i.Uill of Din ing is among tin; visiting attor neys with business in Ju'lgi Parker's court. Major Waddill is from Missouri and he brought the Missouri brand of demacra v with him, except that lie is .1' ways ready to concede that then are some good republicans. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Id y of Deming have been among the many visitors in this city for several days. Mr. F.lv is one of the rising attorneys of the terri tory and he acquired an enviable reputation as a public speaker the cause of statehood during the late cam paign. Don. K. V. Chavez of Albu querque was among ti e visiting attorneys in the city at the open ing of court Monday morning. Mr. Chavez had just returned from a visit with his family, who are spending the winter in L s Angeles. . He reported busi ness rather quiet over on the Pa cific coast. would like to keep an account of their receipts an expendi tures if some one would keep it for them Open a bank account with The Socorro Slut? Hunk and you will find the account keeps itself, with no expense. Your checks are always evidence of date an I amount of all disbursements and your deposit book shows dates and amounts of your receipts. Many of jour friends and neighbors have accounts with us. WHY NOT YOU? Don't wait for a big start any amount offered, either large or small, is cheerfully accepted. It's a handy convenience to private parties as well as the business man. The Socorro State Dank Socorro, N. M. laazsasasizsssBi NOT ICR FOR PUBLICATION Dl'.l'AKTMKNT OF TUB INTERIOR, V. S. I.nudotliccat La Cruce, N. M., December 5, 1908. Notice is hereby given that Ilenino Jarainillo of Araron, N. M., who, oil January 19.1.1, niade homcu'ead a p i.licatinii No. .Vs M , for N'j SK'i and N'j SV', Kt-ction 34. township 4 ratine 15 ., N. M. I'r. Meridian, ha hied notice of intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Pro batr l'h r!, Socorro C anity, at So corro. New Mexico, on the 12th day of January, l'l9. Claimant names as witnesses: Klori-ticio Sanchez, Francisco San clii.. Juan I. Rncinias, Benjamin Sanel.ez, all of Araron, New Mexico. Kt'i'.HNH Van I'attp.n, Register. K. L. Smart sells bread. Try ta it. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Cold Weather is Coming But you can keep warm and comfortable by buying your clothing .;: Loewenstein Brothrj At a meeting of the city board of education last Monday even ing Mr. (riflith offered a resolu tion to the effect that the board h'Teafter irrant a diploma of graduation to all pupils who sat isfactorily complete the work ot the eighth grade in the public Urluinls. Mr. (riflith thornlit that the prospect of securing such a diploma would be an induce ment for pupils to be more regu lar in attendance and do work than some of them otherwise be disposed to do. The idea received the sanction of the other members of the board and the resolution was passed. Advertise in the Chieftain. Try the new laundry. Hubls. The best steam laundry in the southwest. Agency located at New's barber shop. WHitaey Company Wholesale and Retail Hardware Alaska Refrigerators White mountain Ice Cream Freezers Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers Plumbing and Tinning Hercules Powder and High Explosives Mine and HI Supplies j& Mail Orders Solicited j& II3-II5-II7 South First Street ALBUQUERQUE, 401-403 North First Street NEW MEXICO Notice is hereby given that under anil by virtue of writs of execution is sued out of the District Court within and ior the county of Socorro, and Territory of New Mexico, on the 2-lrd ilay ot " November, 19UH, by one of which writs I am commanded to make mi' of the jjoods and chattels, lands and tenements of David Haca, and Jose de la Cruz Lopez, defendants, the sum of f 150.00damages and il.75costs, which, by the judgment of said Dis trict Court, at the June term thereof, l'.o", Charles II. Allaire, recovered ;.eiiiist said defendants; by another v.l which writs I am commanded that of the goods, chattels, lauds and tene 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ot David liaca, Jose tie la Cruz Lopez, David (únzales, Silverio Cha ve., francisco Padilla, Andalecio Lo pez and Tcreso Lopez, the sum of costs of suit, which by the judg ment of said District Court the said Charles II. Allaire recovered against I said last-named defendants at said better 1 June term, l'J7; and by the third of nii.rht said writs I am commanded that of the kius and enaltéis, idiius ana tene ments of David Haca,!' liberto Cuaca, tjuerino liaca and (eorge Keid,I make the sum of .01 damages and $41. M bal anee of costs of suit which, by the judg ment of aid District Court, Charles li. Klineudurf et al. recovered against said last-named defendant at said June term, l'x'7, together with interest on said respective amounts of dam aires and costs at the rate of b percent per annum In the first two of said judgment from June nth, 1907, and 011 the third of said judgments from Jiine2oih, l'J7, also all costs that ! might accrue. , 1 have levied upon alt the right, title and interest of the said David liaca in , and to the following described lands and real estate within said County of ! Socorro, and territory of New Mexico, i t -wit: ! Tract 1 in sec. 32, township 4 south, : range 1 east of small holdings claim ; No. 2'', as described by the govern- inent surveys ot the United States, anil for which a patent issued from ' Uie t'nited States to said David Baca on May lMth, l'JOt,: Also lot in the old town of San An ! tonio with house thereon north of I'laza containing from north to south ! about 100 yards and from east to west ' .Ml yards: Hounded on north by lot of I Jesus Kibaly; on south by house and I lot of Felipe llemal; 011 cast by public road and Catholic hurying-grouud and ; on west by public road which runs into saitl town, being the same prem : i-.es conveyed to said David liaca by gona de Contreras, his wife, by deed I iiatt d July 14, 1"0, and recorded 111 ltook (,0, at page 143, in the oflice of the Kecoruer ot sain Socorro county ! Also another lot in said Old Town ' ot San Antonio with house thereon 1 containing 5n f t. from east to west in ' width and 'Mi ft. from north to south 1 111 length; bounded oil north by lot of 1 Mauricio Miera, on south by public ! way, east by a nit and houses of Juan i llouraguii and Adolfo Oonzales; west ! by lot ot Luis Koiuero, being the same ', p.eiuiscs con veyed by Kafaclita Fa- iiilU de liustos to David liaca by deed i dated Aug. 2d, 1MH, Kecorded II. 60, 1. ! lo4, in the oilice ot said Kecorder. I And will sell at public auction on j the 4th day of January, A. D. 1909, at the trout door of the Socorro county 1 court house, at the hour of ten a. 111., I ut public auction, all of the right, I title and interest of said David liaca 111 mid to each of said le ts and parcels iot laud or so 'many thereof as may I lie necessary to satisfy the aforesaid 1 judgments, with interest and the costs ot executing saul writs. Sccorro, N. M.. December 5th, 1908. Aniceto C. Ahkytia. p I Sheriff of Socorro county. Clothing to Fit Anybody Overcoats and Ulster 3 Blankets and Quilts Flannel Shirts Underwear and Sweaters in fact ANYTHING TO KEEP WARM At prices to suit everybody Loewenstein TP" NEW STOCK OF DRIED FRUITS Prunes, Peaches, Apricots, Dried. Apples, Raisins, Currants and Figs NUTS. Peanuts, Pecans, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, English Walnuts, Almonds. Rio Grande Supply Go. v.. NOTICE Testamento y Voluntad d Juliana Territory of New Mexico, County of I Padia, Finado U.w.nrrn In Ih. Tliulrlr-t fV.iir Kit. tiii)f in Bankrupt cases. i I In the Matter of T - XT t I ... jasper in wi it.. A bankrupt. ) On this 9th day of December, A. D. 1J8, on reading the petition of Jas per N. llroyles, a bankrupt, for his dischaige, it is ordered: That a hearing be had upon the same on the 13 day of January, l'KW, before said court, at Las Cruces, in the said district, at ten o'clock in the forenoon f said day, and that a copy of this order be published in The So corro Chieftain, a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at the said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordered by the court, that the clerk of this court send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, ad dressed to them at their placea of res idence so far as luiown. Witnens the Honorable Frank W. Parker, judge of the said court, and the seal thereof, at Socorro, New Méx., this 9th day of October, A. D. 1908. (Seal William K. Maxtin, Clerk. Subscribe for The Chieftain. Noticia es por esta dada, que el día For hay or alfalfa lots, actual weight, Chambón'. - in carload inquire at Call at The Chieftain oflice for your fancy stationery. \n\n ' Juamuti Contreras and cleohaa Ara iros. A MigusI Padia, Andrea Chavez y Padilla, Custodio Chavez, Silveria Padilla, Juan Padilla, Abel Padilla, Vicente Padilla, Clara Padilla, Mari no Silva, y á todos quienes concierna, Salud: 27 de Noviembre, A. I). 1908, el Testa mento y Ultima Voluntad de Juliana Padia ulttinanente del Condado de So corro y Territorio de Nuevo Mexico, fué ofrecido para ser aprobado en la Corte de Pruebas del Condado de So corro, Territorio de Nuevo Mexico. Cualquiera y todas las personas que deseen hacer objección á la aprobación de dicho testamento, son por esta no tificadas de estar presentes el dia 1ro, de Marzo, A. 1. 1909, á las 10 de la mañana de dicho día y demonstrar causa, si. hay alguna, porque dicho testamento no debe ser aprobado. Testifica a mi mano y el sello de dicha Corte de Pruebas, en mi oficina en Socorro, Nuevo Mexico, este dta 10 de Diciembre, A. D. 1909. E. II. Kwhkt. Escribano de la Corte de Pruebas. By J. A. Tokkks, Deputy.