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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Socorro chieftain. — 17 February 1906

7 f I VOL. 24 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1903 NO. 4 FACT AND riCTION JUMBLED XI Paso Herald's Remarkable IM- patch on Socorro Irrigation Com pany's Well. Under big head letters reading "A Big Artesian Flow Struck at Socorro City." the El Paso Her ald of Monday contained the fol lowing remarkable article pur porting to foe a dispatch from Santa Fe: "A tremendous volume of water wat struck by the Socorro Irrigation company, which is sinking exnerimental wells in the Socorro valley with a view of de veloping sufficient water to re claim the entire valley for many miles along the river. A colony of Bohemians is making a start in this reclamation work. The flow averages 72 feet of water every ten hours and the pumps cannot diminish it, although I pumping five inches a second." I It would require a "tremfn- dous volume" of ingenuity to 1 blend a little fact and much fic tion into a more striking jumble of inconsistencies than is con tained in the article quoted. The facts...

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. — 17 February 1906

Sljc Socorro (íl)ic Rain. runusunn nv SOCORRO COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. K. A. Ml. IKK, Kdtr. ir. - Catered at Socorro Poatoflice a second clan mail matter. TERMS OK SPIISCRIPTIOX. (Strictly in advance.) One year i- " Si months (l OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNTY. SATURDAY. IT,!!. 17. I'M).. WiilTKLAW Klin made Miss Roosevelt a wedding present of a diamond do collar. Poor Nicholas! Tiikkk arc those who lx-lifve that tin- senate will decline to If i vi- cither of these territories the ow. r to fon o tin- otln-r into joint Matehoud. Wi- shall see. Now that the trousseau and thr bride and the groom have been appropriately discussed, let everybody resume the abuse of his nciirlibor over the piestion of statehood. It is reported that the United States senators are yet tint; weary of the Philippine islands. To be complete, the report should have added that the people of the United States are getting mighty weary of those same senators. Says the Santn IV New Mexi can: "The Socorro Chieftain Ijo...

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. — 17 February 1906

PROFESSIONAL CARDS, -DR.-SWISHuR, Graduate of tlx- Uni versity ff Now York City, lS7i, nnd former U. S. Examining Surgeon.) Hagdalena, New Hcxlco. J)K. C. V.. DUNCAN. PHYSICIAN ANI SUK'IEON. South California street, nearly op positc the postoflicc. Socorro, - New Mexico. T KOKNITZKK, M. 1)., A. M. tl 1HIYSICIAN AND SURC.F.oN. Socorro, - New Mexico. I E. KITTKKM. Di-.ntist. Offices Socorro, A bey ta L'.lock; San Marcial. Harvey House. A. A. SK1UM.O Attoknkv at Law Socorro, - -t New Mexico. DOUGHKKTY & GRIFFITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAMES C. riTCII, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Terry Mock. Socorro, - - New Mexico. V. A. KLKMINC. JONES. ATT KN F Y-AT-LA W Socorro and at Las Cruces, N. M. MININC. PATENTS Land and Mining Law, United Stat-s Public Land Scrip. JjJLFKCO HACA. ATTORNEY AT LAW. New Mexico. Socorro, E. KELLEY, ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Socorro, - - Now Mexico. CARTHAGE GOAL MINING GO. M. L. Hilton & C.ivane Luera, , Proprietors. C. T. IJROWN, Agent, 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. — 17 February 1906

ÍÍIjc Socorro (fljicflaiu. Notic. of Application For Patent. I'. S. Land OHicc, La Cruce, New Mexico. February 1, Notice i hereby kívoii. that (In.rc E. Cook, whoae jwnt office address i Socorro, Socorro County, Now Mexico, in tehalf of himself. lia tiled ni, ap plication for patent for the Iodo min ing claim called the Alta Vita minim: claim or lode, situated in the Socorro Mining Pistrict, Socorro County, New Mexico, being mineral survey No. 1271, and designated tv the field noten and official plat on file in this office a aectiona fifteen (1M and sixteen (Hii, township three M) aotith, range one ill writ, N. M. I. M.. aaid mineral survey No. 1271 being described a follow (magnetic variation l-ing ten de gree and thirty minute to twelve de gree caat): Beginning at Cor. No, 1 Identical with the northeast corner of the loca tion, a 2Sxl4x in. granite stone chis eled 1 set in a stone mound with a 1271 tone mound .1 ft. bae 2' ft. high alongside; whence The ' section corner between se...

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. — 24 February 1906

wo grande will rage : rl O 0C0HT0 VOL. 24 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 190R NO. 5 ABOUT THE CONVENTION Which May Bo Hold to Frame a Constitution for the State of Arizona, SHALL IT BE NON PARTISAN? Col. Hopewell Think The Santa Fe Now It Should, Mexican Thinks It Should Not. The following editorial I rom a recent issue of the Santa Fe New Mexican is commended to the readers of the Chieftain as ex pressing a sensible and practical view of the subject of politics and the constitutional conven tion: "The New Mexican in anoth er column publishes an interview with Hon. W. S. Hopewell, a leading citizen of this Territory and a- staunch Democrat. Mr. Hopewell has served his party well and acceptably as chairman of the Democratic territorial cen tral committee and has also rep resented the county of Sierra in the legislative assembly. He favors a non-partisan constitu tional convention, should the Hamilton-Beveridge joint state hood bill become law. Mr. Hope well's position is...

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. — 24 February 1906

Sljc Socorro (Tljicflain. PUBLISHED BY SOCORRO COUNTY FUBUSHIN8 CO. E. A. DRAKK, Editor. Entered at Socorro Poxtoflice a itecond clam mail matter. TERMS OF Sl'BSCRIlTION. (Strictly in advance.) One year Í2 Six month 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUHTT. SATUKDAY. FE. 24, 1.. It is jiiite fitting that John I). Rockefeller, tlit movt cordially despised tii.tti in tlif t'nited States, slioiilil now hi- in hiding like a virit.ilK' pickpocket to es cape legal process. Ik tho khv ami 1 ivini Cor poration automatons that consti tute the si-nate of the 1'nited States will cease their " 1f ot ami pass the Hamilton joint statehood hill, the people of these two territories will then gladly take their turn at the pro visions of the hill and dispose of the whole business in very short order, (live us a chance to vote on the ijuestion of joint state hood. Socorro county's ranges arc in Ix-ttor condition than they have ever been known to be in lie fore at this season of the year, the cattle that fee...

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. — 24 February 1906

Carta, f I saVs I, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. : DR. 'SWISHER, Graduate of the University of New York City, 1H76, and former V. S. Kxamining Surgeon.) liagdalena, New Hcxico. R. C. (1. DUNCAN. , PHYSICIAN AND SKKCRON. South California street, nearly op posite the postofliee. Socorro, - - New Mexico. J ' KORNITZEK, M. I).. A. M. PHYSICIAN AND SKRGRON. Socorro, - - New Mexico. I ' K. KITTKEEE, Dr.NTisr. Ji ' Uftices Socorro, AW via l'.lock; San Marci.il. Harvey House. A, A. SED1EEO. Attoknkv at. Law Socorro, - - New Mexico. DOUC.IIERTY & GRIFFITH ATTORNRYS AT I.AW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAMES (1. FITCH, ATTOKNRY AT RAW. Office in Terry Block. Socorro, - - New Mexico. w. a. flkmim; jones, ATT' R N F Y-AT-RA V Socorro and at Las Cruces, N. M. MININO PATENTS Land and Mining Law, United States Public Land Scrip. E ?LFK(10 HACA. ATTOKNRY AT I.AW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. E. KELLEY, ATTOKNRY AT RAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. CARTHAGE COAL MINING CO. "M. L. Hilton & Ciivane Luera. 's Propr...

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. — 24 February 1906

SI)C Socorro (íljicílain. Proclamation of Election. At a mitiilor iiii-rtiiiif of the Socorrí, city council M"ii,l.iv evenini; the nl lowini; resolution was par,l, viz: Be it resolved, by t In- M.ir ami City Council of the t'ity of SiK'urm, That a general city election shall ! Iirlil on Tuesday, A i"il .V Tin,, for the purpose of electing one city Mayor, one city Clerk, one city Treasurer, one Councilman for the tn-.t ward to re place A. I. Coon, two I'oiiiK'iliiK'it for the second wanl to replace V. II. Mill aiul C. Miera, one Ciin, ilin.in for the third ward to rejlaee Srvrn A. Haca, one Councilman for the fourth waul to replace K. Ioiez, and M-tiils-r r.f the School Hoard as follows: trie f..r the first ward to replace I.. E. Kittrell, one for the second ward to replace H. A. Pino, our for the third wanl to n-place W. II. I. le, .ui.l two for the fourth ward to replace l!nu;t.i" l-',i.ird i and M. A. S.ivler: and l.e it further Keolved, That the follow in,; n.iineil K-rolls Ik" a...

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. — 3 March 1906

n o 0C0HT0 mumm VOL. 24 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MARCH 3. 1906 NO. 6 Site 1 v EARLY SOCORRO COUNTY The Socorro Bullion or 20 Years Ago Telia of Thrilling Exper iences in Life of R. C. PATTERSON IN YAR 1866 ; BloedUiirety Apachea and Navajos ' Siaturb Early Settlera of Socorro County in Peaceful Puriuita. ' The following: is a continuation of an article begun in the Chief tain two weeks ago: ANOTHKK B TTLK. The population was thus kept ' on the alert, and the threat was partially made good in Octolier, j 1867, when ictorio, accompanied by 400 of his blood-thirsty crew, appeared on the scene. Mr. Pat terson and Sam Creevey, now living: in this city, near Sam Zim- 0tnerly's mill, were at the time shucking corn in the field about one mile from Cañada Alamosa, when, without warning, the Apaches commenced an active fire upon, five Mexicans whom they had corralled, the unfor tunate party having but one pistol among them to repel the red devils. The enemy formed their line of battle s...

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. — 3 March 1906

Sljc Socorro (íljicfloin. I0C0RR0 COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. K. A. DRAKE, Editor. i'.-- Entered at Socorro PoMofTice second class mail matter. w . - " TERMS OF scnscriptiox. (Strictly in advance.) One year f- Six month 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OP SOCORRO COUKTY. SATURDAY, MARCH .1. 1'"m, Fok a iii'W way to collet.! nlil tie bts, -see .-case of Ilolliman vs. Hanniifan. At tin present writing it ap pears probable tii.it tin joint ntatUMMl full 4 will pass With the Foraker amendment. If so, o !e it. Then, whatever the result of the vote whii h follows, let every hod V look pleasant. I.KST the M-ople forjr' t! Sheep ten years ao could hardly he sold in New Mexico at 1.25 per head; the same tirade now brings four dollars per hi-.id and over. Ten years ayo the countn was suffering under the Cleveland democratic administration, now it is prospering under the Roose velt republican administration. New Mexican. IKT it not he forgotten that Socorro county is the leading countv of New Mexico, nor that the l...

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. — 3 March 1906

, glarllnf namaoi boaipan), im, ar naw tara. 1 KEEP YCUa DLC33 CLE!I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. SWISH I-R, i.raduatc of the ITnlvr rsity of w York City, 187t. and former V. S. Examining Surgeon.) Magdalena, New Mexico. J)K. C. I!. DUNCAN. physician anh srK;i;N. South California street, nearly Op posite the pOHtoffiCC. Socorro. - - Nf w Mexico. T 'KOKNITZKK, M. !., A. M. J PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KtiF.ON. Socorro. - - New Mexico. E. KITTKELL. Pkntist. Oftices Socorro, Abc-yta Mock; San Marcial. Harvey House. A. A. SKMM.O Attoknkv at Iw Socorro, - - New Mexico. UOUtillKKTY i (iKIl-TlTll ATTORNEYS AT I. AW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAMES C. KITl II. ATTOKNKV AT I. AW. é Office in Terry Block. Socorro. - - New Mexico. W. A. ELEMINC JONES. ATToKNFYAT-LAW Socorro ami at Las Cruces, N. M. MINING PATENTS Land and Mining Law, United Stat-s Public Land Scrip. gLKKC.O BACA, ATTOKNKY AT LAW. 'Worm, - " New Mexico. E. KELLEY, ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. CARTHAGE COM MINING CO. M. L. Hilton &...

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. — 3 March 1906

Sije Socorro (fljicítaiiu MAGDALENA MUSINGS. lUmi Crowded out Last Week from th. Busy Town up on the Kill. Hon Salomon Luna passed here yesterday on the wav to his heep ranches. Mrs. Emiliana l'.ua with her two boys moved permanently to Socorro on last Wednesday. Mrs. Jack Herbert came in irom her Datil ranch last Wed nesday on a visit to friends. Dr. Edwin Swisher is surely the busiest man in town. He is on the fo All the time attending to his many patients. Mr. Keddintfton. manager for the V -- T extensive ranches, has moved his family into Mrs. Emiliana Baca's residence. Don Pancho Eandavazo went to his ranch in the San Mateo mountains to have a new well dug. David Montoya Irom So corro has contracted for the work. On dit that two daughters of Eve are about to open a Saloon midway lrtweeti here ami Kelly. What are wc corning to? This is surely woman's rights with a vengeance. Re. Father Martin .l-l.raUl mass here last Wedn-sda. lie went away rejoicing. Messrs. Jesus Landavazo and...

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. — 10 March 1906

J .1 ( i J mm w life Sí t.'. ,' tfl.'. hr.tit'J I; to wi! Í! Ill II n : 1 I ' J VOL. 24 EARLYSOCORRO county v. ii : . ,Th$ Socorro Bullion of 20 Years 'Agd'Tfclls fThrilling Exper rv. :r.J,ióncÓH iu Life of R. C-PATTERSON IN YEAR 1866 Blqudtturaty Aparbée and Navajos llísturb Xarly 8ttlera of Socorro ounty in ' Pwnctifiil Purauita.. i AH 4KMISTICK. V.aeir reouest was granted'; an afmistice was declared, and thirty Ijmians at a signal, advanced riesnj the town, where ' they were tfcet'hy a number of . the people. Bui i to prevent any treachery. Mr. Patterson and others were stationed in the village, ready at the first symptoms of breach f faith to open fire upon the reds. Fortunately' there was no need 'fór'thU precaution. Mr. Mon toya purchased his son from bon dage for a lolt of cotton cloth and ten bushels of wheat. Trading i'ómtnenced briskly enough but it was evidently protracted far be yond the time required. Finally and reluctantly they retired to the hosom uf their friends on...

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. — 10 March 1906

aijc Socorro (íl)tcítaiu. PUBLISHED BY ' SOCORRO COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. E. A. DRAKE, Editor. Entered at Socorro Poatoflice a aecond elm nail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly in advance.) One year Six month Í2 00 I 00 OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUHTY. SATURDAY, MARCH im, Those almond-evert celestial hail iK-tter staitl from under. Teddy swings a powerful big stick with a long reach. It is difficult t irive a gtnxl reason why either New Mexico or Arizona should not he at liber ty to reiect ioint statehoiKl and - -remain a territory, but then there ore those who undertake to do so. ' Tick Ciiikktain has frequently taken occasion of late to call at tention to the fact that the Mag- ,dalrua mining district promises to become one of the greatest minintr.ditricts in the southwest. Kvery day affords added assur ance of the fulfillment of that projnir. Socorro is not experiencing a l)oom. but merelv a marked im- .proyeineiit in present over lormer conditions that is very gratifying to ...

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. — 10 March 1906

Testamento y. Pítima Voluntad de John F. Co"k. Finad . A iji n m:s i-, s r . c iNci i:kn a : A vis 1 i's por o .-.ta dado iie un instru mento '.' esiriiur.i el cual se siihuic ,ir el fi st iinento y última voluntad de John í'ook, finado, ha sido protoco lado en ia Corlo de Prueba de el Con bul. il Socorro, New Mexico, y iie rl Juey, le Prui'bas ilc dicha Corte ha fi jado o! primer Lunes de Mayo, siendo .1 ill-i Tin de Mayo. A. D. I',, á las H A. .M el cual o un ti'riuitio regular de dicha Cort, para ia aprobación . de dicho testamento. Testifica mi ulano v el sello de dicha ("orle unte lía ílll de Slar.o, A. IKl'jtllj. II. A. Pivii. Seli Secretario de la Core de Pruebas deY'l Conilaili) le SiRorro, Nuevo Me rico. : '' .. I1. r PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. SWISHER, Graduate of the University of New York City, 1876, and former II. S. Eiaminlng Surgeon.) Hagdalena, New Hexico. JjR. C. G. DUNCAN, . PHYSICIAN ANI SURGEON. South California street, nearly op- poaite the postolrice. 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. — 10 March 1906

Sljc Sororro (íljicflaitu ARBOR DAY SET TOR MARCH 30. In Accordance With Proclamation Itsusd Last Saturday by Gov ernor Hageritinn. (overnor Herbert J. Hajierntan last Saturday issued the follow ing pnKlamation : To the jn'ople of the Territory of Ncv Mexico : In accordance with the estal lidied custom and lv virtue of the laws of the Territory of New Mexico, enacted for that purpose, I hereby designate Friday, March Ml, I'm., as "Arhor Dav, "and re commend that on that dav the people in all parts of the terri tory, turn aside from the ordinary duties of life and devote their time to the planting of forest trees for the benefit and adorn ment ol public and private grounds, places and ways, and in such other efforts, observances and exercises as shall be in har mony with the day so established. The day above designated shall fw a holidav in all public schools of the territory, and the county superintendents of the various counties are hereby admonished to iive notice of this proclama...

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. — 17 March 1906

0C0tT0 VOL. 24 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MARCH i 7 . 1 90B y MO. ; ' " ' v SOCORRO STATE BANK Was Organized in This City Mon day with Capital Stock of Thir ty Thousand Dollars. NO OUTSIDE STOCKHOLDERS Joseph Price, Principal Stockholder, Backed by Many of County's Most Substantial Citizens. Socorra county has long IVlt the need of a regularly organized banking institution. anl that need is now to be supplied. Monday afternoon fifteen or twenty of So corro's leading business men met in the bank building on the cor ner of Manzanares avenue and California street and arranged for the organization of the Soco rro State Hank. The institution will be capitalized for S.10,000, and practically evcrv dollar of the stock has been suhscrilied for by residents of Socorro county. Out siders were entirely barred. 'This movement was brought about by the efforts of Joseph Price, who will be the principal stockholder. Mr. i Vice is too well known in the business circles of Socorro county and, in...

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. — 17 March 1906

I I 1 eijc Socorro (iljicftain. PUBLISHED BY SOCORRO COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. E. A. DRAKE, Editor. Catered at Socorro IWoflier a ttecond elm mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (Strictly in advance.) One year 2 IN) 1 11 Six month.. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNTY. SATURDAY, MARCH 17. 1nm,. Soco r ho in improving in all re spects. That fact can I' distin guished with half an eye. It is really too lal if the oppor tunity of settling that itiestioii of the majority for or aj;aint the ioint statehood proposition lias 4 - - , a tone j;limmerinir. aBBBBBBBBBBe)aBBeBBBHaB'eBBBaBeBBBBBBBaaa Ok all the four-footed, horned cattle that frequent the highways and byways of Socorro county at the present writinir. the knocker is the most lonesome and woe begone. i Ir it is true that the joint state hood discussion must now he dropped, there is danger that many an editorial Fa her in New Mexico will he consumed in its own venom. The Rosvi:li. Ri.oisti.k-Tki BCNK is one of the most creditahh weekly pa...

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. — 17 March 1906

PROFESSIONAL CARDS, DR. . SWISHER, ttraduate of the University of New York City, 187u, anil former V. S. ExauiiniiiK Surgeon.) Hagdalena, New Mexico. J)K. C. (. DUNCAN. PHYSICIAN AND SITKURON. South California street, nearly op posite the postnflice. Socorro. - - New Mexico. J KORNITZKK. M. R, A. M. PHYSICIAN AND St'RCRON. Socorro. - - New Mexico. r E. KITTKKM. Pkntist. Offices Socorro, Abeyta lllock; San Marcial. Harvey House. A. A. SKPILLO Attoknky at Laav Socorro, - - New Mexico. PÓUGHKKTY & CKIKKITH ATTOKNKYS AT LAW. Socorro. - - New Mexico. TAMKS i;. FITCH. ' ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Office in Terry Block. Socorro, - - New Mexico. W. A. FLEMING JONKS. ATTORNFY-AT-LAW Socorro ami at Las Cruces, N. M. ,. MINING PATKNTS Land ami Mining Law, Uniteil ' Stat"? Public Laml Scrip. gLFWiO II AC A, ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. yy K. KKLL1CY, ATTOKNKY AT LAV, Socorro, - - New Mexico. CARTHAGE COM MINING CO, M. L. Hilton &C.ivane Luera, Proprietors. C. T. BROWN, Ajíent, Socorr...

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. — 17 March 1906

eijc Socorro (fljicfloiu. Is Resolution of Condolence. At a regular convention of Kio Grande Lodge No. J, K. of I, held at Castle Hall March 7. 1mi, and of the 1. I. XLIII. t lit fol lowing resolutions of condolence were passed : "That whereas on the 5th dav of March. 1'mv., the Angel of Death entered the home of our chivalric and well tried brother Joseph E. Smith and took there from his darling little daughter Josephine. Therefore Ik; it "Resolved, That we tender our most heartfelt sympathy in this his hour of deeix-st grief, and that, while it may seem hard to lose this precious little gem, she from the great white throne will look down and say : Why lo pupa ami inania weep'.' When the Savior no lovingly said : "SnfTjr little children to come unto tin-," As he laid hi dear liuniW on each head. "Therefore we commend our brother to the comforting care of him who docth all things well, and be it further resolved. That a copy of these resolutions lie puli lished in the Chieftain and ...

Publication Title: Socorro Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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