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Dr. M. McCreary
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Alien Hotel Annex. New Mexico
Dr. H. J. Abernathy
Physician and Sukokon
Special attention given to sur
gery and diseases of women.
Office and residence, Kiehne
house, Eaton avenue.
Phone No. 75 Socorro, N. M.
JjK. C. G. DUNCAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKliKON.
South California street, nearly op
posite the postofticc.
Socorro, - - New Mexico
Dr. W. A. PARVIS
PHYSICIAN AND SUK'IKON
Sl'KClAU TKHATMKWT of divaesof
the noM and the throat. In Dr.
Swisher's old office, l otmullatiou by
Office Honrs, 10 to 12 a. m.
2 to 4 p. III.,
7 l ni.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
A. A. SEDILLO,
ATTORNKY AT LAW
Socorro, - " - New Mexico.
DOUGHERTY & GR1FFITV.
ATTORNEYS A I A
Socorro, - - Mexico
J AMES G. FIPCII
ATTRN KY A
Office in Terry block.
Socorro, - - Ne Mexico
W. A. FLEMING JONES,
United States Commissioner.
Las Cruces, Nw Mexico.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
WILLIAM II. IIERRICK
U. S. Dkputy MineralSurvkyor
Socorro, - - New Mexico
Socorro Soda Works
A. P. CATZENSTEIH, Prop.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Familr Trade a Specialty
Agent for Imperial Laundry
Phone 23 East Side of Plaza
WITTE GAS and -
POWER FOR ALL PURPOSES
Most Economical Power to Use
For Information and Prices Apply to
C. C. RfJD, Cení Ag't. San Antonio. N.M.
H. W. CRAWrORD. San Marcial, "N. M.
ANO CURE the LUNC3
OLDS Trui tatú ft
AND ALL THROAT ANO U1N0 TROUBLES.
OS MOIÍJEY HEJCU1ÍDEIX
LIVERY and FEED
WOOD and COAL
HAY AND GRAIN
Call for the Bus
GOOD RIGS and
Geo. E. COOK,
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE.
Notice in hereby riven, That under
and by virtue of a writ of venditioni
exponas Issued out of the District
Court of the Third Judicial District
of the Territory of New Mexico, with
in and for the County of Socorro, on
the twenty-eighth day of November,
A. I. lOH, and to me directed, where
by I am commanded to sell certain
good and chattela heretofore attached
in a auit pending in maid District
Court wherein John D. Herbert, Sam
uel Chlnum, Lula ChUum and
Minnie - A. Herbert are plain
tiff and the Klack Rock Mining
A Development Company it defendant,
to aatiafy the judgment rendered in
favor of said plaintiff against aid
defendant, in said cause, on the third
day of July, A. D. I'HW, by said Dis
trict Court, for the sum of Jl 500.00
damages and $47.(U costs of suit, to
gether with interest and the costs of
executing said writ:
I, Aniceto C. Abeytia, sheriff of So
corro county,' will, on the 2H day of
December, A. D. 1008, at the hour of
12 o'clock noon, at the main shaft on
the Black Rock Mining Claim, in the
Magdalena Mining District, Socorro
county, New Mexico, sell at public
auction, to tht highest bidder for
cash to satisfy aaid judgment, with
interest and costs, all of the follow
ing described goods and chattels, to
wit: 1 hoisting engine and boiler, 1 ore
car, 2 car trucks, 2 iron buckets, 1 lin.
wire hoisting cable, 2 pieces of hone, 1
anvil, bellows, jack and small set
blacksmith tools and forge, 1 grind
stone, 1 sack packing, 1 engine scale,
6 tin oil cans, 9 glass oil cans, 2s
drills, 1 box faucets, 1 box pipe, 1
bucket, 2 pumps, 2 water barrets, 1'
mine rails, 14 pes. short length rails,
1 cross cut saw, one hand saw, 2H pes.
one-inch pipe, 5 large hammers, 5
large handles, 3 pick handles, one pipe
cutter, 7 pea. one and one-half in. pipa,
2 thread cutters, 2 monkey wrenches, 2
drill spoons, and one iron wheel bar
row. Dated Socorro, N. M., November
28th, A. D. IW8.
Anichto C. Abkytia.
Sheriff of Socorro county.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Dhpaktmhnt op the Intkmiok,
U.S. Land Office at Las Cruces, N. M.,
December 5, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that Benino
JaramiliO of Aragón, N. M., who, on
January 8, 1903, made homestead ap
plication No. tor ti'i SEtf and
Nix SWV section 34, township 4 S.,
range 15 V., N. M. Pr. Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
five year proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Pro
bate Clerk, Socorro County, at So
corro, New Mexico, on the 12th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Florencio Sanchez, Francisco San
chez, Juan D. Encimas, Benjamin
sanchez, all of Aragón, New Mexico.
Eugknb Van Pattkn,
Appointment of Administrator.
Notice is hereby given tnat the un
dersigned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Aonetta Cook,
deceased, by the Probate Court of So
corro county, New Mexico, and those
having claims against said estate are
required to present the same for al
lowance in the manner and within the
time required by law.
Gkokgk E. Cook,
Not Bo Bad aa Sha Feared.
"George," she whispered as she
crept a little closer and placed
her head against his left hand
second story vest pocket
"George, I want to ask you a
question, a very important one.
Why do jou allude to papa as a
pirate? Surely ou must have
some good reason for doing so?"
"I have, indeed!" responded
George, with a dreamy, faraway
look in his eyes. "Pirates board
people, you know, and I expect
your father, if my plans work all
right, to eventually board me."
Looked That Way.
"S-s-sus-say, ma," stammered
Bobby through the suds as his
mother scrubbed him. "I guess
you want to get rid o' me, don't
"Why, no, Bobby dear." re
plied his mother. "What ever
put such an idea as that into
"Oh, nuthin'," replied Bobby
"Only it seems to me you're try
in' to rub me out." .
Subscribe for The Chieftain.
Aa Clipped From On of Our Arizona
A Tombstone Prospector rep
resentative, in his rambles, ran
onto a place owned by Jesus
Corteleon, about two miles south
of the big Pilares mine in Sono
ra, Mexico, the other day. Cor
teleon owns a commissario, or
Mo be trading place, and has a
rare collection of antiquities, and
among them is an old heirloom
in the form of a clock, a combin
ation of brass and wood, and it
has never stopped for two hun
dred and seventy years.
This clock is distinguished for
very steadfast habits rather than
speed. It has leen regularly
wound, but never set, and is
about fourteen years behind, but
every year or so it catches up
through the principle of calcula
tion and coincidence
It does not exactly catch up,
but time overtakes it and forms
a junction. Corte loon would not
take five burros, two goats and
an Indian rubber dog for that
Tearnad for Old School.
He is five years old. He has a
brother who is old enough to be
in school and has a penchant for
writing. And this brother is
forever asking for a "nickel
tablet." meaning, of course, a
five-cent block of wrtring paper.
That, it appears, was where he
got one of the words. The oth
er word was "tabernacle" and
this came from the fact that the
Tabernacle church had a
Sunday school in the neighbor
hood. The mission and the
school were abandoned after a
while, to the great disappoint
ment of the live-j ear-old. Ik
wanted the old school back again
"Papa," he said, "I am tired
of that old Sunday school we go
to now, I wish we had one of
those nickeltablet schools here
Grand Masquerade Ball.
Socorro Hose Co. No. 1 will
give its regular annual masquer
ade ball at the (Jarcia opera
house, Thursday evening, De
BEST FOR THE
If Ton hftTtftn't a rvpnlsr, tint. thy nieTcinnt oí th
buwttlti evry J.ir, m'r ill ir will tie. hc i your
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EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Plaa.atit, Palatable I'nfiit. Ta.t. Owd. I.
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to cut. p-r b"l. Writ f..f tivm .uUipl.., aiM ! 4
IMor. '.altb. Adilraaa 4xl
Starling Remedy Ciwtpany, Chicago or Nam York.
KEEP YQUH BLOOD CLEAN
TAX LIST CONTINUED,
al property $ !5 ; taxes $13.111; penal
ty J0.70; costs $0.70; total taxes
EAHL, John. Farm land ut Luna; val
ue land $75; value improvements
$:"; grazing land nt Luna; value
$:1D; value of Improvements $10;
value of horses and mules $70; val
of cattle $ !"; valun of other person
al property $:10; taxes $6.1:; pen
ult)- $0.31; costs $1.75; total taxes
HUDSON. J. II. Value of horses and
' mules $15; vuluu of rattle $270; val
ue of other personal property $100;
tuxes $13.73; penalty I'l.C'J; costs
$1.05; total costs $15.47.
LANCKV, David. Grazing land Sec.
:!;!. twp. 5 S, runge 20 W; vulue land
$50; vulue of Improvements $100;
value of horses and mules $30; val
ue of other personal property $20;
taxes $7.47; penalty $0.37; costs
$1.05; total taxes $S.8!.
LANCKY, Kdgur. Value of horses and
mules $U0; value of cattle $1)0; vul
ue of other personul property $15;
taxes $10.59; penult $0.53; costs
$1.05; totul taxes $12.17.
REYNOLDS, W. li. Farm land at
Luna, Sec. 1, twp. 6 S, rungo 21 V;
vulue of land $115; value of Improve
ments $100; farm land at Luna, Sec.
5, twp. G 8, range 20 V; vulue land
$75; grazing land same boundaries
as the foregoing; value $30; value
of horses and mules $120; value of
rattle $t!0; value of other personal
property $15; tuxes $18.81; penalty
$0.94; rosta $2.10; total costs $21.
S8. Precinct 28.
MONTOYA, Marcos. House on gov
ernment land; value $20; vulue of
horses and mules $30; value of
, sheep and gouts $200; value of other
personul property $25; taxes $13.22;
penalty $0.0(5; costs $1.40; total tax
CHAVKZ y Romero, Junn. Farm land
lid. J. Gurule on the NE, R. Chaves;
value $300; vega land bounded as
above with house; value ot land
$15; value of Improvements $40;
taxes $1i40; pennlty $0.87; costs
$.70; total taxes $18.97.
Ol'RrLK, Julian. Farm land bd. n.
J. Chavez, s. Ullbarrl; value $75;
honso bd. n. and w. Griego; value
land $10; value Improvements $10;
taxes $6.12; pennlty $0.31; costs
$0.70; total taxes $7.13.
GARCIAS, Crux. Mrs. A. de (heirs of)
Farm land bd. n. G. Garcia; s. M.
Sanchez; value $45; vega land
bounded as foregoing; value $70;
house and lot; value land $25; val
ue Improvements $75; taxes $10.54;
penalty $0.53; costs $0.90; total tax
RADOFFK. vVm. Farm and vega land
valuo $S0; taxes $3.92; penalty
$0.20; rosta $0.35; total taxes $1.47
JAMKS, John. Value of horses and
mules $15; value of other personal
property $2S5; taxes $5.96; penalty
$0.30; rosts $0.70; total taxes $8.96.
JAMKS, Harry. 12 Int. In tract of
vegu and bosque land s. ot San An
tonio; n. of bosque del Apache
Grant; value $250; taxes $5.95; pen
alty $0.30; rosts $0.35; total taxes
CASKTK. John. Farm land Rd. n. J.
Jnjola a. .1. Carrillo, vnlue land $225;
value Improvements $5; vega land
described us foregoing; valuo land
$10; value Improvements $25; value
of horses and Piules $15; vulue ot
other property $10; taxes $5.47;
penalty $0.27; rosts 1.40; total tax
OUT KG A, Ismael. Farm land In sev
eral pieces; valuo $270; house and
lot; value land $5; value Improve
ments $10; value of other personal
property $20; taxes $6.15; penalty
$i).:il; costs $0.90; total taxes $7.36.
UrSTAMANTK. Luis. Farm land bd.
n. Lyeero, s. J. Martines; valuo land
$i'i(); value Improvements $70; vega
land bounded ns foregoing $15; val
ue of Iioi-hcb and mules $45; value
cattle $10; valuo of other personal
property $25; tuxes $2.4; penalty
$012: rosts $1.75; total taxes $1.36.
IIIGHTOWKR, Clemente. S 1-2 SW
14 See. 2.1. twp. 7 S, rango 19 W;
value land $100; value of Improve
ments $50; tuxes $6.60; penalty
$o.:;:;; rosts $0.35; total taxes $7.28.
IIIGHTOWKR, Nlnpha. Tart of N 1-2
SW 1-4 Sec. 23, twp. 7 S. rango 19
W; vulue land $35; value of Im
provements $50; taxes $3.74; penal
ty $0.19; rosts $0.35; total taxes
HLACK, Warren. Value of horses and
mules $30; value of other personal
property $25; taxes $2.82; penalty
$0.14; costs $0.70; total taxes $3.66.
Fl'LGIIAM. J. O. Valuo of horses and
mules $6; value of cnttle $360; val
ue of other personal property $25;
taxes $11.22; pennlty J0.71; costs
$10.-,; total taxes $15.98.
GLOSFKR. T. H. R. Valuo of horses
and mules $105; vulue of cattle
$270; valuo of other personal prop
erty $25; taxes $20.40; penalty $1.02;
rosts $1 .05; total taxes $22.47.
1IKNDKRSON. Felix. Vulue of horses
und mules $10; valuo of cattle $235;
value of other personal property
$30; taxes $16.S6; penalty $0.84;
costs $1.05; total taxes $18.75.
CtiritClULL. J. White. Lots 15 and
16; 1 1 lock 5, Magdalena; value $50;
tax $2.70; penalty $0.14; rosts $0.35;
total taxes $3.19.
HOUSES, G. Lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. block
16 und lots 1 and 2; value $70; tax
es $3.78;' penalty $0.19; costs $0.40;
total taxes $1.37.
UNKNOWN Owner. Pat. Ada Thomp
son; K 12 NE 14 E 12 SE 14 See,
21; value $200; tax $10.80; penalty
$0.51; costs $0.35; total tuxes $11.
UNKNOWN Owner. Win. J. Richard
son N 1-2 SE 1-4 SE 1-4 Sec. 22;
value $:oo; taxes $16.20; penalty
$0.81; costs $0.35; total taxes $17.-
UNKNOWN Owner Joseph II. K 1-2
SW 1-4 SW 1-4 SE 1-4 Sec. 22; value
$150; taxes $3.10; penalty $0.41;
costs $0.35; total taxes $8.86.
UNKNOWN Owner. Pat. W. W. Cox.
W 12 SW 1-4 Sec. 22; vulue $100;
taxes $5.10; penulty $0.27; costs
$0.35; totul tuxes $6.02.
UNKNOWN Owner, Put. H. Tarre-
boult. S i-2 NE 1-4 Sec. 22; value
$100; taxes $5.40; penulty $0.27;
rosts $0.35; totul taxes $6.02.
UNKNOWN Owner Pat. D. P. Duer.
S 12 NE 1-4 Sec. 22; valuo $100;
taxes $5.40; penulty $0.27; costs
$0.35; total taxes $6.02.
UNKNOWN Owner put. G. N. Stone.
NV 14 NW 14 N 12 NE 1-4 NE 1-4
NW 14 Sec. 27; vulue $200; taxes
$10.80; penalty $0.54; costs $0.35;
totul taxes $11.69.
UNKNOWN Owner H. J. Sandburn.
E 12 NE 14 NW 1-4 NW 1.4 NE 1-4
..W 1-4 Sec. 28; value $200; tuxes
$10.80; penalty $0.54; costs $0.35;
total taxes $11.69.
UNKNOWN Owner. Pat. F. Knoblock
NW 14 NW 1-4 See. 28; taxes $2.70;
penalty $0.14; rosts $0.35; total tax
UNKNOWN Owner, Pat. F. McTrugh
lin. So 1-4 NW 1-4 8W 1-4 NE 1-4
NE 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 28; value $200;
taxes $10.80; penalty $0.54; costs
$.35; total taxes $11.69.
UNKNOWN Owner Put. F. Knoblock.
NE 14 NE 14 8 1-2 NE 1-4 Bee. 29;
vulue $150; taxes $810; penalty
$0.41; costs $0.35; total taxes $8.86.
UNKNOWN Owner Pat. J. F. Becker.
N 12 SW 1-4 B 1-2 NW 1-4 Sec t9;
BANK OF MAGDALENA
MAGDALENA, N. M.
Capital - $30,000.00
Surplus - 5,000.0P
STRONG AND CONSERVATIVE
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
GUSTAV BECKER, PRtSIDCNT. JOHN BECKER, VlCC PMBIOtNT.
4. 8. MACTAVISH, CSSMItR.
OSCAR REOEMANN. ASST. CASHit).
M. W. FLOURNOV. SOLOMON LUNA.
First National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
raid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus
Deposits - - -
Joshua S. Kayuolda, President.
!sf. W. Flournoy, Vice President.
-0 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY-0
DEPOSITORY FOR THE A. T. A S. F. RY. SYSTEM.
W. D. CRABTREE
Contractor and Builder
Dealer in Lumber, Lath.
Shingles, and Builder's
Supplies. : : :
valuo $200; taxes
$0.54; costs $0.rt5;
totul tuxes $11.-
UNKNOWN Owner. Pat. K. Foley. SW
1-4 Sec. 35; value $200; tuxes $10.80;
penulty $0.51; costs $0.35; total tax
UNKNOWN Owner Put. W. Cook. NW
12 NW 1-4 Sec. 35. vulue $200; tax
es $10.80; penalty $0.51; costs $0.35;
total taxes $11.69.
UNKNOWN Owner, Put. K. Foley. NE
1-4 Sec. 35; value $200; tuxes $10
80; penulty $0.54; costs $0.35; total
UNKNOWN Owner, Put. Moses H. nnd
Sorlp Co. NW 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 35;
vulue $50; taxes $2.70; penulty $0.14;
costs $0.35; total taxes $.1.19.
UNKNOWN Owner. Iot 5, Block 19,
Magdalena; value $50; taxes $2.70;
penalty $0.11; costs $020; total tax
UNKNOWN Owner. Undivided half
Int. Stnpleton Add. Ixt 15, Block
44, Socorro; value $50; taxes $2.70;
penalty $0.14; costs $0.20; total tax
UNKNOWN Owner. Ixt at Magda
lena. No. 17 Block 12; value $50;
taxes $2.70; penulty $0.14; costs
$0.20; total taxes $3.01.
UNKNOWN Owners. Heturncd by J.
I). Herbert; lot 5 block 19, Magda
lena; vulue $10; taxes $0.54; penal
ty $0.03; costs $0.20; total taxes
UNKNOWN Owners. Returned by J.
I). Herbert; lot 14, block 5, Magda
lenu; value $25; taxes $1.35; pen
alty $0.07; costs $0.20; total taxes
I hereby give notice that I will on
the second Monday being the 14th day
of neeember, A. I. 1908, commencing
at 10 o'clock a. ni., offer for sale at
public auction In front ot the Court
House of said Socorro county the real
estate and personal property describ
ed In sabl delinquent tax list for the
amount of taxes, penalties and costs
viewed thereon, and continue there
after to sell the same for the period
of time and In the manner provided
I hereby give further notice that I
will elno proceed to enforce the col
lection of all taxes, penalties and
costs due upon nil personal proper
ty described In said delinquent tax list
by restrain In sale of said property
In the manner provided by law.
Witness my odlclul hand this the
31st day of August. A. D. 1908.
(Signed) JOSE E. TORRES,
Treasurer and Ex-OfTtelo Collector So
corro County, New Mexico.
"Aren't you almost ready for
"I'm sorry, but something
dreadful has happened. I can't
go to church to-day."
"For heaven's sake, what has
"The cook is wearing one just
boxes ron went
Frank McKce, Cashier.
W. W. Woodfc, Atftiatant Cashier
Inijuirinvr Friend You've civ
en up booze? How did vou ever
summon up enough fortitude
and self-denial to do that?
Budger I paid a hinh-price d
doctor $25 to tell me what was
the matter with me, and that
was his sole prescription. By
George, I couldn't afford to waste
all that money!
A new stock of Mexican drawn
work has just been received at
Go to Leeson's for your cos
tumes for the masquerade ball.
Remember the date, December 31.
A New One
To all our old and new
friends who still cling to the
habit of eating and sleeping,
we wih to say: We have
The Sickles House
near the depot in Socorro
and expect to make it one of
she best hostel ries in So
corro county. Our Motto is:
Not how cheap, but how
Ju.t Try Us Once
A. L. and A. M. Ileistcr
Is the Oldest Estab
lished Market in
EVERYTHING IN SEASON