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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 14 September 1907

íl O ríY1 VOL. 25 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO.SATURDA Y, SEPTEMBER 44. 1907 NO. 33 . ( Site m a i ii SAN ANTONIO ROUGH RIDERS Including Soma Battle Scarred Vet erans Will Be nt tho Fair. The following communication in line with one that appeared in The Chief tain last week ex plains itself: San Antonio, N. M.. Sept. .12 Editor Chieftain: Tell Doss Pat manager of the county fair, that Savage, tlx lig Socoim everything i working all right at San Anti'i. Kotigh 10, that my company of Riders will Ik; there on schedule time, and that he must hit v.- Un hand ready. I expect t have fifty mounted men in my compa ny, all in Rough Rid. r's uni form, lcsides tnv juv. 1 1 1 ! !.v Rough Kiders. I am going to have some but tle scarred veterans ilmt have been under fire in tuy proassion. Here is Dick Towser; who went through the battle of El Caney, and was wounded while climbing up San Juan hill. He will be there, also Antonio Montoya, nephew of Chief Victorio, the famous Apache chief whose raids through ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 14 September 1907

Sljc Socorro (íljicftain. PUBLISHED BY 0C0RR0 COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. E. A. DRAKE Editor. Entered it Socorro Postoffice a second . class tnall matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (Strictly In advance.) One year 2 00 Six month 1 00 OFFICIAL PAPER OP SOCORRO COUKTT. SATURDAY, SKPT. 14. 1W7. Oni.v two weeks until the So corro county fair! Every officer ami every memler of every com mittee should see to it that his part of the work, and more than his part of the work, is pushed to completion at the earliest pos sil.Ic moment. The fair is go ing to Ik' a success. Let it Ik a big success. Tin-: promotion of fake mining schemes is a curse to every min ing district in the country. The conviction of the promoters of the Lost Bullion Spanish Mines company in the United States court in Denver will, therefore, be very gratifying to cvcrylodv who is disposed to follow minintr as a perfectly legitimate line of business. Tiik Albuquerque papers are to le commended for the spirit they are showing in Uiost...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 14 September 1907

Cali- $25 THOS. JAQUEJT. Atfamt, C Atchison, Toeaka CD, Tanta Fa r. Co Socorre, N. M. i I 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Dr. M. McCreary PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . Office Magdalena, Alien' Hotel Annex. New Mexico Dr. R. Coulson PHYSICIAN ANI SURGEON SrHciAi. Thkatmf.nt oí diseases o the none ami the throat. I" lr Hwishcr'n old office. Consultation ty aiHint incut. Office Honrs, 10 to 12 a. m, 2 to 4 p.m., 7 p. m. J)R. C. G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. South Californiaj street, nearly "p loHtc,l'nc postofficc. Socorro, - - New Mexico LFEGO BACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, . - - No Mexico A. A. SEDILLO, Attorney at Law Socorro, - - New Mexico. DOUGHERTY & GK1FFTI . ATTORNEYS A I ..v Socorro, - - JAMES G. FITCH ATTORNEY . A Office In Terry block. Socorro, - - Ne Mexico W. A. FLEMING JONES, ATTORNFY-AT-LAW United States Commissioner. Las Cruces, - New Mexico. E. KELLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. WILLIAM II. IIERKICK U. S. Dkputy'MinkralSurvkyor Irrigation Enginekrino Socorro, ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 14 September 1907

i ftljc Socorro (iljicflnin. I LOCALS I Editor J. II. McCutclien of Al buiiucriic registered at tlie Park House last night. II. T. Maylwry of Datil arriv ed in town Thursday morning on hU way liomc from Altmiuer- tUC. L. R. McKac. the Magdalena stockmen, went over to the Ks tancia valley the first of the week. Jose Antonio Torres and wife returned Monday from a visit with relatives and friends, in Magdalena. Among the guests registered at the. Park House Thursday, May M), IS'f-i, was "(ieorge Cur ry, Koswell. N. M." Probate Clerk K. II. Sweet .went down to his cattle ranch the first of the week on business and pleasure combined. Copp Ar Pettit, Albuiiieriue dentists, will come to Socorro Tuesday tnorning, September 17, to remain for a few days. Our store will be closed until 7 p. m. Wednesday, Sept. is, on account of a holiday. I.OI-WKNSTl-IN I'WOS. Hon. W. K. Martin has been in Silver City this week in at tendance upon the regular ses sion of the district court for (rant county in ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 28 September 1907

fcítefa 0C0HT0 VOL. 25 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER-28. 1907 NO. 35 JUVENILE ROUGH RIDERS Will Start from San Antonio for tns Fair at 0 O'clock Saturday Morning'. Captain Kennedy's juvenile rough rilers liave leen heard from again. Thev will make an earlv start for the fair, as in in dicated ly the following letter: Headquarters Juvenile Kough Kiders, in camp at Vista d. Alameda, San Antonio, N. Méx., Sept 25. l'7. To The Chieftain: Colonel Charles Owen II lt ol Bourlmn county, Ky., wioie the following poem for the lough riders at their camp l.iM eening: "Strang cleelrioal afiptijiKet have MqMTsvdeil steam. Tin olil style Muilini; v ssrl is an anlrqiiateit ilrram; We liave our lioiM-lesn i ji ríales driven tiy the rich, ( lur women wear ilk huiery and never knit a Mitch; We have our wireless telegraph. We Hail through air auJ ea, We !lay machine pianos ami never touch a key; The old-style stomachache i appeudiciliH now, We eat our creamery butter that never saw a cow; Pr...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 28 September 1907

town of Socorro has made , .tu... . . - , . . . ipcil miihorll'i : o.l i In- fi-ii i.'i-Iii-!i . 1 1 1 1 'l 1 1 s "e I lie I., I; t . : 1 1 1 1 '.v. :.-!-.-. Piula : I l.-f. I I' : Pi -f l-l.' in ,,,,, y.,1 I ill, -.-. N V : Piof rinii-y .""i- ...o.. l.-.s on 1'i.nUI r.iol In IT. -l 1 n i..-; sttpaled. I'l-ey re tluv oul su:::ii -i oal. -I. anteed bv the Socorro Drug ami ble one. .santa re ew .Me si corro, Mn Marcial, and San ftljc Socorro (íljtcfloitt. PUBLISHED BY OCORRD COUNTY PUEIISHINQ CO. E. A. DRAKE Editor. Entered at Socorro Postoffice as second clan mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (Strictly in advance.) One year. Sis months.. .$2 00 . 1 00 OFFICIAL PAPER OP SOCORRO COUHTT. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2X, H)7. have had perfect confidence that N6W to IIim- the facts of his management of The leading lady of a road the finances of the penitentiary I company playing in one of the would, when made known, put I smaller cities in Ohio concluded the low and pusillanimous con- that she would...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 28 September 1907

Cali- $25 THOS. JAQUES. Arfont, VAo Atchison, Top.k QX Smntm r Ry. Co. Socorro, N. M. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. yDr. M. McCreary PHYSICIAN A N I SITKCRON Office Magdalena, Alien' Hotel Annex. New Mexico Dr. R. Coulson PHYSICIAN ANI SPRCRON Srixul. Tkhxtmknt of li h ar n the nose and the throat. In Ir Swishci'n old office. Consult I huí by a))Miiiittni'iit. Oilier Hours. hi t 12 a tn. 2 to 4 . in., 7 p. in. ,K. 0. (I. DUNCAN. PHYSICIAN. ANI SIMvi.l.i. Siuth California. Htr- t. nearly op posite, the postotlicc. Socorro, - - M'" UW.O I1ACA. ATTOKNKY A I' I. A X. New Mexico. socorro, A. A. SKIHMA). Attoknuv at Law Socorro. - - New Mexic. DOUGIIKKTY & C.KMKI TI ATTONNRYS A . Socorro, - - JAMKS O. FI T n ATTOKNRY Oflice in Terry block. Socorro, - - Ne Mexico W. A. KLKMINd JONKS, A T T ( ) K N V Y - A T -1 A W Unit?d States Commissioner. I,as Cruces, - Now Mexico. R. KKMKY, ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. WILLIAM II. IIKRKICK U. S. Dki-uty Mink hai.Survkyok I K KIG ATION K NCIN IÍ ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 28 September 1907

Sljc Socorro (íljicfloin. " í ( 64 LOCALS App'y lo C. A. Daca for a season ticket to the fair. Onlr $2.00. Hon. II. O. Dursum came home Tuesday morning from his lejfal victory at Silver City. Season tickets for the fair grounds can be had for $2.00. Apply to Conrado A. Haca. John Keddin arrived in town Thursday morning and is spend ing a few days with his family. Mrs. II. K. Howman returned to her Socorro home yesterday morning after a few days visit in Denver. Capt. John K. Fullerton re turned Wednesday morning from a business visit of two or three days in Albuquerque. It seems a safe bet from the reports from Albuquerque that the man who misses this year's Territorial Fair is going to miss the show of his life. Mrs. Udo S. Hammel and two children of Clayton arrived in the city Wednesday morning for a short visit with her sister. Miss Ivy Sperling. Mrs. Driscoll went out to Water canon on a business visit the first of the week. She is ar ranging to have her late hus band's mine in ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 28 September 1907

(Q3 Q)(g( 0)í?2?(0) $Vw J Ei in SUPPLEMENT SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1907. SUPPLEMENT ill R. Delinquent Tas List For the Year 1906. Above the Sum of Twenty Five Dollar, Tor Socorro County, New Mexico. Territory of New Mexico, County of Socorro. I, the undersigned, treasurer and ex ocio collector of Socorro County, Ter ritory of New Mexico, do hereby cer tify the following to be a true and correct lint containing the names of the owners of all property upon wulch the taxes for Territorial, County. School, City and other purposes In said County, amounting to not less than 125.00 have become delinquent together with the description o. the property and the amount of taxes, penalties and costs, due, opposite each name and description, together with separate statement of the taxes due on personal property where the sev eral taxes are due from the same owner or owners for the year A. D.i 190C, as shown In said list, viz.: PRECINCT NO. 1. ABEYTIA, Emilia S. Mrs. House and...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 28 September 1907

Y Taxes oí R. E. $7.70, penalty $0 .39, costs $o.7o. Taxes on p. P. IIS7.11. t-n;il' y $9. 30. comí $0.35, total $205X1. PAlILIA. Miguel. Value of sheep $3.375 00. Taxes $(07.05. ei,alty H.3."., costs $i).3.-, total $175.75. PAlILl,A, Juan y Chavez. Value of sheep $9oo.ort. Taxes til 5.. penal ty $2 23, costs $0.35. total $17.13. PADILLA. Manuel y Chavez. W 1-2. WV 14, Sec. 21. K 12 NE 14. S.t. 20. T. 3 N., II. 7 W.. 1t;o acre, vajue $2o0.00, value, of sheep $3.37? 00. Taxes on II. K. $7.70. penalty $0.39. ct uta $0 70. Taxes cm P. P. $107.07. penalty $8.35, -osla $0 3.', total $IM.M. SANCHEZ, Juan y Vigil. House on Gov. land $ooo. if. ami M. $ O lio, rattle $9ooo, sheep $1, 350. 00, other P. P. $75 00. Taxes $01 Oo, penalty $! 23. ro,t $1.10, total $7.1.23. PRECINCT NO. 32. HAC, Jesus Jone. Value of s'iicep $'75.oo, other P. P. $5o.oo. Taxea $33.17. penalty $1.00, com $o.7o. total $35.53. CHAVEZ. Santiago. Value of rattle $30. en, cheep $1.350 00, other P. P. $75oo Taxes $5t.C,s, p...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 28 September 1907

rcras, $.".00, if. and M., $.10.00, other 1. r. $;r..oo. Taxes i.or. penalty $0.20, costs $1.40. total $3.05. CHAVEZ. Serafín. 35 acres vega land at Polvadera. Bd. N., II. R., 8., and W... E. Chavez, land $70.00, Imps. $5.00. Taxes $2.89, penalty $0.14. costa $0.35, total $.138. CHAVEZ, Juan Y (5. 1 aere farm land at Polvadera, 01. N. and 8., Trujlllo, W., F. Fajardo, land $160. Imps. $15.00. 4 aerea vega land at Polvadera, Bd. N., Girón. 8., Road, land, $20.00, Imps. $23.00. Taxes $2.88. penalty $0.14, costs $0.70, to tal $3.72. FAJARDO, Flavlo Estate of. Two and one-half aeres farm land at Polvadera, Bd. N., Fajardo, E.. Church, land $37.00, Imps. $3.00. 6 acres farm land at Polvadera, lid. .'., J. Padilla. 8., C. Fajardo, $75.00. 2 noes farm land at Polvadera, Rd. N.. C. Chavez. 8., J. 8antlllanes. $30.00, 3 acres farm land at Polva dera. Bd. N.. E. Fajnrdo, 8.. Fajardo, $43.00. House and lot at Polvadera. land $10 00. Imps. $25.00. H. and M. $45.00,. cattle $135.00, other P. P. ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 28 September 1907

vena lanil at Socorro. Hd. N..Í VIkII. S. M. Chambón, $2.Vm). í at Mogollón. S. 30, T. lo S.. R. 1Ü Mogollón. Hd. N., McOiiie, W Oov. land nt Mogollón, Hd. E., Muid has aocepted."-La Caricaturista. $". penalty $rt.3, costs $1.10, to tnl $s 5. PRECINCT NO. 27. CHAVEZ, Federico, 2 acres farm lan I nt Sun Antonio. I, mil $ 11.00, Imps. $".0(iu, 25 apron vega land at Hip ame piare $:!2.nn. land. Imp. $1 ., II. and M. $!ti.oii, other I. P. $03.00. Taxoa t r.fi. penalty $n.lS, costa $H0. total I3.lt. - PRECINCT NO. 28. ARMIJO, Melquíades. IIoiihp and lot nt nn Acaslo. lid. E. R. R., W. F. minora, land $:' (n. Imps. $S0.l0 fi ñores vega land lit Lulu I opea. Hd J Hada. E.. R. R.. $15.00, lo X . J. oroa S. M. II and M. $ :n.cn, other I. P. f 175 no Taxoa $Y71. ponalty $0.2!, pouts tl fid. total $7 fio. SI'EM.MAN, Morris, t acres farm land at Han Acanto. Hd. N. and E.p F. (haver, J. Chavez, land tto.Ofl linpa. f 10.00. IT, arrea viva land at San Acaslo. Hd. X. and E., F. Cha voz. S.. .1 Chav...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 5 October 1907

kítñht t VOL. 25 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5.1907 NO.30 msr mutual county fa ÍIM 00ff0 THE GOVERNOR GEORGE CURRY AND HONORABLE H. 0. BURSUM The unbounded enthusiasm that prevailed in Socorro dunng the entire three days of Stnorro county's first annual fair first manifested itself at 1U o'clock Saturday morning on the artivui of the special train bringing Governor Curry ani party from Santa Fe. As the governor alighted from the train he was greeted with loud and prolonged cheers from the hundreds ol peo ple, many of them friends t his cowboy days, who hall gathered to greet him. As soon as he could be extricated from the great crowd of personal and po litical friends and admirers he was conducted to a waiting car riage in which, in company with Honorables II. O. Hursum, W. K. Martin, and Harvey M. Rich ards, he led the grand procession that extended over a mile in length in its progress along the principal streets of the city. The governor's carriage finally halted on th...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 5 October 1907

Sljc Socorro (íijicftoim PUBLISHED BY 0C0RR0 COUNTY fUBLISHINB CO. K. A. DKAKK Editor. Entered at Socorro Postoffice as second class mail matter. TERMS OK St:iiCRIPTIOX (Strictly in advance.) One year. . . $2 00 1 00 Six month. OFFICIAL PAPER OP SOCORRO COUHTY. SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 1007. Skcki-tary Taft stepped into the breach l)etwecn the United States and Japan and now there is no breach. In his Keokuk speech Presi dent Koosevelt made it plain that all law-breakers, from the 1 - .1 4 4 1. a criminal pauper tiown iu mc lowest criminal millionaire, look alike to him. Tiik generosity of the Albu iurriie Citizen in devoting its issue of last Saturday almost en tirely to the Socorro county fair deserves substantial appreciation. The Citizen may rest assured that the people of this county will not fail to show such appre ciation to both itself and the "liitf Fair" in Albuquerque next week. Tiik Santa Te New Mexican has proved itself a warm and powerful friend of Socorro coun ty on many occ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 5 October 1907

T1IOS. JAQUES. Atfant, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Dr. M. McCreary PHYSICIAN ANI SIT KG RON Oiliec Magdalena, Alien' Hotel Annex. New Mexico DR. R. COULSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Si-kcim. TkiutmknT of dinrafeso the nose an1 the throat. I lr Swisher's old olVice. Consultation by appointment. Onice Hours, 10 to 12 a. ni, 2 to 4 p. in., 7 p. m. UK. C. O. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. South California street, nearly op. posite the ponloflicc. Socrro, - New Mexico M-'EÜO P. AC A, ATTORNEY AT I, AW. New Mexico. socorro, A. A. SKDIU.O, Attoknky at Law Socorro, - - New Mex.c. ÜOUG1IKKTY & GKIKI'TI . ATTORNEYS A l A Socorro, - - w JAMES O. VV:t ATTORNEY Oflice in Terry block. Socorro, Ne Mexico W. A. KLKMINC JONES, ATTORN FY-AT-L.AW United States Commissioner. Las Cruces, - New Mexico. K. KKLLKY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. WILLIAM II. IIEKKICK U. S. Dki'UTv MinkkalSukvkyoh Ikkication Engineering Socorro, - - New Mexico CARTHAGE COAL MINING CO. M. L. Hilton & Givanc Lucra, Prop...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 5 October 1907

uljc Socorro (íljieflain. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL EVENT Continued J rom IlKAl'TIFl'l. Ft K KWÜRK9 DI3PLAV Tlie fair association liad invest ed a j;enerou. sum of money in fireworks and Sunday evening was chosen for the display. The siulit was a beautiful one not onlv for the large crowd that (fathered at the fair grounds lut also for preat num Ikts of people who occupied points of vantage in all parts of the city. The beautiiul dis play continued for more than an hour. MONDAY WAS "soCORKO PAY" Monday was "Socorro Day" ami in spite of the fact that it was the last day of the fair interest in the proceedings did not lag in the least. The day's doings were inaugurated with a lig Indian parade from the fair grounds to the plaza and return. The First Kegiment land accompanied the parade and made more of its good music. I KI.K l-'OK AM. IIOKSK RACK Just lie fore noon the free for all horse race was pulled o IT on the race track. The trial of speed was an interesting one and resulted in K. C. ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 5 October 1907

:74 SUPPLEMENT. SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER E.T1907. SUPPLEMENT Delinquent Tas List For the Year 1906. Above the Sum of Twenty Five Dollars, for Socorro County, New Mexico. Territory of New Mexico, County of Socorro. I, the undersigned, treasurer and éx odo collector of Socorro County, Ter ritory of New Mexico, do hereby cer tlfy the following to be a true and correct lint containing the names of the owners of all property upon which the taxes for Territorial County, School, City and other purposes In unid County, amounting to not less than 25.00 have become delinquent togetlier with the description o. the property and the amount of taxes, penalties and costs, due, opposite ench name and description, together with separate statement of the taxes due on personal property where the sev eral taxes are due from the same owner or owners for the year A. D., 190C, as shown In said list, viz.: PRECINCT NO. 1. ABEYTIA, Emilia S. Mrs. House and lot In Socorro E. side of Eaton Ave.,...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 5 October 1907

Tuto on R. E. $7.70, penalty 10 39. cost $70 Taxes on P. P. $17.11. penalty $'36, costs $o.35, total $2o',.0i. PAIl!,lx. Miguel. Value of sheep $1.375 00. Taxi- $107.05, penalty IS.ri, costs $0.3."., total $175.75. PADILLA. Jiitn y Chavez. Value of sheep $'.too.oo. Taxes $4165, penal ty $2.23. rust $0.35. total $47 13. PADILLA. Manuel y Chavo. W 12. NW 1-4. Sw, 21. K 12 XE 14. Sec. 20, T. 3 X., K. 7 W., ICO arre, value $2i0.oo, value of hip $3.375.00. Tate on It. E. $7.70. penalty $0.3, rests $o.70. Taxi s on P. P. $107.07, Penalty I1.".", cosis $o.35, total $1S4.50. SAXniKZ, Jian y Vigil. House on (inv. land J In no. M. and M. $.10.00, rattle $:nt. no, sheep $l,35o.oo, other P. P. $7.".oo. Taxes $4 Oil, penally $ 5 23. costs $1.40. total $59.23. PRECINCT NO. 32. HACA. Jesus Jose. aloo or $075.00, other P. P. $50.00. Biieep Taxes 10.70. cattle IT!. 17. penalty $1.00, costs total $.!:, :.:!. CIIAVr., Santiago. Valuo of I'.'H ii, tdicop $l.::.'.il IMI, other r. i. $75.oii. Taxes $59.6...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 5 October 1907

reran, $'..no, II. and M., $30.00, other P. P.. $0.V00. Taxes $1.05, penalty $0.20, costs $1.40, total $.V65. CHAVEZ, Serafín, 35 acres vcpa land at Polvadera, Bd. X., R. II., a., and W., E. Chaven, land $70.00, Imp". $i.00. Taxes $2.89. penalty $0.14. costs $0.35, total $3.38. CHAVEZ. Juan Y O. 1 acre farm land at Polvadera, lid. N. and 8., TruJIllo, W.. F. Fajardo, land $15.00, Imps. $15.00, 4 acres vega land at Polvadera. rd. N.. Girón, 8., Road, land $20.00. Imps. $25.00. Taxes $2.88. pennlty $0.14, costs $0.70, to tal $3.72. FAJARDO, Flavlo Estate of. Two and one-half acres farm land at, Polvadera, Bd. N., Fajardo. E.. Church, land $37.00," Imps. $3.00, 5 crea farm land at Polvadera, Fid. N., J. Padilla. 3., C. Fajardo, $75.00. 2 acres farm land at Polvadera, Bd. N., C. Chavez, a., J. Santlllnnes, $30.00, 3 acres farm land at Polva dera, Bd. N., E. Fajardo, S.. Fajardo, $45.00. House and lot at Polvadera. land $10.00. Imps. $25.00, H. and M. $45.00, cattle $135.00, other P. P. ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 5 October 1907

fC'A penalty JO.31, costs $1.40, to tal till. PRECINCT NO. 27. CHAVEZ. Federico, 2 arres farm land at S.in Antonio, land $10.00, lint. $ jrt 00, 23 acres vega land at the same place $12.00, land, lmpn. $IS.on, II. and M. $:0.no, other 1'. P. $05.00 Tacs $.!.!', penalty $0.1$, costs $140. total $r l. PRECINCT NO. ?8. 4RMIJO. Melquíades. House and lot tt San Araslo, IM. K. It. It . W. F. Zimmcr. land $20 oo, Imps. JS0.0O f. acres vori land nt Luis I-oprz. I11. X., J. .1. Hada. K.. It. It.. $15.00, 10 ncres vega land nt Socorro, Hd. N'., S. M. Vigil. S. II. Chambón. $25.00 II. and M. $ '.'MMi. other I. I. $175.00 Tuxes $:,.7I. penally $0 20, coats $1 r.o. total $: ro. SPELLMAN. .Morris. 4 arre farm land at San Araslo. lid. N. ami K., F. Chavez, S , .1. Chavez, land $40.00 Imp. $10.00, 13 acre vea land at San Acaslo. IM. N. and E.. F. C ha vez, S., J Chavez, $15 00. Interest In Cebolleta (irant $100.00. House and land nt Alamlllo. land $20.00. Imp. $so.oo, land In Old Klver bed. Ban Ara...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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