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Couuty of Kau Jusu ,
Jnaa A. Jaquea and QrKorlo Jsqnem, Plt'fa
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AZTEC, NEW flEXICO. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1902.
"Dear Old Santa Clau.."
It in rrported tin- iniiiinti'1i i, Colum
lua, Ohio arp tni.V rtf h ("roHt howl
feuiooel tun ".uii C-1uub" ( OFtuiii.
( tei.t-rdlly uliout lliis eoaaoti of Uu )ihi
th itiis)-, crm.Uy ami super pioua lip-in
their annual ti.-arlt? eUul Santa C'Ihjs,
the "M vtli-' Ihe 'iuintilr" the "livint
íiy" etc. pío, .iod about the sumo scusou
iiuij tune, we iiej-iu to ttiiult the fool
killer bua iKit t'ff ;i alliMiilirg Id Iiih j.iti.
Vhnt if .Shjiim Clnus ín u "Mjlli," a
"i) tubui," a ciiBtom." Win n ciiJ hn
ver In ? Ho aiwa)s uelivL-r Lin gondii.
Who, tvtiore and what v. as bis on gi ii
JhSkB Const, tin of lietlilrUam, A bove
vmj life was a symbol, the most beauli-
ul ! tillMO Mil .
Xo, ' l.)cfir old Santa" hag smoothed
4.ou many roúU "Jujes, cleared the
tborin and Huelles (rotu tou many una
olatu pallid (or us to tumour backs up.
on hiiii low. In all if bie mythical life
be baa buen a bright apot. out) to which
the little child, the bright, the pur and
poties, has looked f rotu year to y ear,
O.io xüí) llai LrougUl uhei'r to
hear ta pre u apa the olio tune d u r I..K the
year lu.il tilosa hear it tell cheered, aid
we miiI Uuuur part to make the uear oíd
"ui) lü" part and parte! of evtry cniMs
Jlteaü Ijiij- a.-i wo cau.
What could appeal more strongly- to
mau'a better ualure, or come nearer fall
ing his ujart to ovei flowing with
iieavoubora tenderness Iban the tows
Isiiheadvd, bare foot, half asleep child,
coining iu at break of day boldiug one
coroor of its gown bait way up it
aukka peeui ag aud peeriug into its
.Blocking aud every corner of the
.room tu eee vthul tiauta Claus baa
brought. Who cau look uu the radieut
light in that (ace aud not bless Santa
ClauB the dear old myth. Ellis Mere
dith bu: "it iI.b bjuld Claua myth is
to be takeu from ua the ret I ot lüe Chris
tinas -n't Itu ought to gi, loo, for thore
is as muco, touudalioii ior bun I a Claus
ae for any ol them, prehapH mure, if
we take good oiu bl. Js'ichnlus. uo oue
will deny bis identity, and be puses for
the ongiual "KlauB." Or there is
"Kuechl Uupt'il." of Germany, who
dressed and looked much as -Mr good
.Haiut doeb, fuvj that he was uuusjally
tall, urjd not so stoul; be cams ou hors
back aud left gifle (or the good children
.aud a switch for the naughty ones, aud
the naughty unes must have brcu more
uumeroutt tbau they aiu now, lor il
eeiui that the childreu were mortally
afi aid o( him, 'heruai the tweotieth
century youngster nuu'd give all the
expected presenta for one visit with
Santa CIhuh, Orsuppube Me take Kriea
Kriugle, aud look up the etyaiologyu(
nun vro, ..m u.. a 11 ui.o i-.ib s
Oermau origin, aud is a corruption of
the beautiful "Christ kiuuitiu," the
Christ child who was supposed to come
-dowu the cbimuey, never boIiq bis
spotless raiment, bringing good giiis
aod thoer whereyur he went.
Christianity is full of beautiful sym
bolisms that are esbeutial even if they
re not really the thing itself, A tree is
till a tree iu winter, f heu stripped of
its leaves, but the tree that is a thing of
beauty to the bumau eye, o( security
aud peuce for birds, and of shade aud
refuge for the flocks and herds is the
tree that is covered with (oliage. flow
ers and fruit do col rendur il leas at
C-iiidieu bave beard 01 the magi as
three kicc'H, bringing gifts: there are
plenty ot legenda about these wise men.
and ibey are very beautiful legeuds to o.
iiui so (ar as the Liibio narrative goes
Iheie ibu'i a ay liable to show that they
were' kiugs, 01 that there ware three o:
Iheui; there may have been two or titty.
It is a good plau to deal gently with
these things, it there isn't any ban la
Claua, there is, bevel thelebs, the tpint
jf Chribtmas, o( which he is typical
lLcid ion I any 1'alut-r lime or any
"Out Vtar" or any gladsome "New
Year." 1 bei e never was any "ajiocgi
cr nny my 1 uu" and yet there will
Lo, judL so long as Kuglieli is read or
poken, i l ni.iy be Hang, but we need
itll these things iu our bubiuesa. Life is
bard enough aud practical eujugh in all
conscience. Lt t ua cherish a few of its
Üubíoiu, eve) if they are delusions."
What man or womau ever felt, in his io-
tnost soul bia mother bad "liad" to him
or deceived him by telling of Santa
Claus when he was a child: Years after
1 heu he hag grown lo manhood, when
Time's hard loeaons bave silvered hio
bair and dimmed his eye, he looks back
rtcaila so ne incident of Santa Claus io
bit ; own life and a sweet msmoiv of tha
dear mother, who has gone before, filia
bis heart with love and his eves with
It-are, but never tha thought of Mother
as u ' deceiver." lie knows it was just
oiii more token of mother-love, eoiue
ihn.g iiiui to make bis life brighter aiid
If we a.-e goiiijr to do away with myths
igns at.d kj rib'.Is then we have attac
ked (he Libia at its moat vital poiot and
knocked seruious aasuudsr, for when
w as there a sermon p.-eucbed that was
not illustrated by s)ujl-olbf No dear
old iaau la Claus, you ure here to stay
or when (he otliirs doeert you, the
'kids" und I will be with you.
1 1 i of too the eipnctsd that iuprisps
rn.iHt, atd whili stec folk hiivo been ei
pfcting, it had bren kfpt fo qiuft, that
the niurrioce t,t Mr. William E-Xunfestey
and Mirs Maud ti. VVariiig cams as quite
a surprise to their friends. The cere
mony Aa peí fuime J by the Kev, John
K. Cooper, of tha Presbyterian church,
Christinas evening at 7.30 o'clock, at
tha home of the bride's parents Mr, and
Mrs. Wiliiumjll, Waring, in thelpresencc
of only relatives and a few fneuJs,
Miss Maud Warug grew '.o womanhood
111 Sh s J uau county and is one of its
most succesbtul truchera. She is a true
.ype of lovely American womanhood
and the p- le if Altec have learned to
love ber for her niuny chaniiug qualities,
but oue aud all regret that they could
not bave her just "Maud," Mr. Len
festey is a young man of many noble
qunlities and numbers his frieuos ouly
by his acquamteu Jes. 1'hc l.fDrt joius
their host ot fneuds iu wishing tue.u a
luug and happy married life.
The survey of the New Mexico and
Pacific railroud from Kalou to Kliia
belhtown was completed Saturday,
i'bn purvey haB been in progrera for
several weeks and sixleeu men wnrs eu-
Lguged iu it. Chief Engineer Turner
says the road will euter Uaton from the
south and the depot site wi.l probably
bs in the eastern part of town, Kalou
believes I hi', the Frisco people are be
hind the new road.
This is the line of road that is said to
beheading this way for the Pacilic by
the.way of Toas, down Cauon Largo aud
along the San Juan river to Uluh then
on to Los Angles or some other Pacific
Opening, of the Nile Reservoir;
Tho great Nile reservoir and dam were
opened on December IU, iu the presen
ce of the Khedive.
The opening ceiemony took place io
the afternoon, when the Khsdive turned
a key which put the electric machinery
iu motiou whereupon the sluice gates
were opened aud a great body of water
rushed through them.
The Duchess uf Counaught then laid
the last sloue of the dam.
Il is estimut. d by Lord Cromer, the
British agent iu Jbgypt, that the Assou
an dam, which has cost about (l,00U,UO0
will iucreuse the agricultural earning
power of Egypt íl3,(X)U,Ubü every year
iu other words, that it will pay a per
centage of over 100 every twelve months.
The dam will permit the additional irri
gatiou of 1,0UU,0U0 acres, aud it is tali
muled that it will provide an additioua!
reveuue to the Egyptian government of
$1,JUO,UI)0 a year. Scieutilio Anitrican.
If the editors of eastern newspapers,
ouly kuew what silly twaddle their
reasons are why New Mexico and Ari
lona should Dot be admited as states
they would stop such stuff. The ig
norance of these writers, as to the terri
tories, is euough to make a black calf
New Mexico E.
Mr and Mrs. Ueo. Katbjao received a
l v jiy Curistiuua present this, Friday,
morniug in the shape of a bright baby
Í juneiius Vundsrbüt, the Near York
1.0 11. t.ii. in aire is vrry kick and bis
l-by aú'iaus aix oi ly bopetui vt ki'm to
.The U.S. Civil Service Commiasion
reports that fur tha year eudiug June
3'J,11X)1Z, there was 11,063 persons appoin
ted from its registers. There was 4,092
more than was ever before appointed io
a ingle year. Anyone wishing infor
nation about these positions can secure
it free by writing for the Civil Service
of the Columbian correspondence col
lege, Watbiugton, D.C, The Comuna
siona win boia examinations to secure
young men and women fur tbrae places
during Mnrch and April, at Albuquer
Many people do not know that these
appointments are made without politi
cal U bucnce aid that a luige bhare of
them are filed by those having only a
common school education, but such is
Next year this time the sign "Railroad
:robsing, look out for the cars when the
bell rings" w ill be st arina; us in the face
Hustler Whan we go to A toe.
tf--Mr. Edr ard Foster aod Miss Roxy
Graves were married at Cedar Hill
Christmas Ev9. A reception was giveu
them by the groom's parents and an
elegant supper was served. Numerous
presents attested the esteem in which
the young folks were held.
we wish "Ed" aod his fail bride a life
of continual happiness.
One would think Koy Stewart bad
rested bia head on his saddle long
enough to bars learned that '-Just fore
Christmas a person should be just as
good as ba can be."
Forthe UulliUyi tlis Danver aud Kio Orn
ds Sr.tciB will uiake rat of uno (are fur Ui
roundi trip bol sou all ixilata iu Culundo
Tlckou t.u Mil, Uacrmbsr 24. 'a. 31 aod Jan. I.
food to ratura until January 2. lwni.
Cut Bate toChlcaao.
The Dsuver aud Kio Qrauila will make a
auclal rate of oue (ar plus l M for (tie
round Irlp to Chicago for tlis iuluraaticual
Live stock Kipositiou, Nov. & sud bee. lm aud
2nd, wltli a dual luiiH lutviug LUiuaau loo. S
The lutorualluual Lira blwik alww la lh
graaiaat tu tLe world sod LL.U yar it is i ruo-
led ttiar it will Lm srcair aud larger tlian
tsc Uetof. &P0.-I11 altaijUua iff baius id
tutue raug cattle eiliihii aud wltli lüe ao-
aauaJljr boss preitiluuis bsluir ciTersd, tiiure
will bs a aiiin ooiapctiUoe fruía t Lie Wm
aud wots U.aii a.ual luttuwil lu iliaev.ut. bo
jriur Lu:kt aui uu J hvhxuiluiuuUmj
Christmas at Aztrc.
The CbriatuiHS trse at the Prisbyteri.
an church last evening brought out an
audience so htu" fiat lin tefore the
exercised tegHn, standing rooiu was at a
premium. '1 he programme brjHn with
tli beautiful ixiuk. "All II nil the King,"
Next came sciigs aud recitations by the
eo tots" rendered in a way that re
Unctsej great credit upon their faithful
teacher, Mrs. J. K. Coopor.
The songs aud recitations by Miss
jessie Cooper's class were especially
'A tale of .Christmas Eve" was boauti
fully told by Miss Mary Prewitt. Mlas
Perle Pendleton sang "The Holy City'
ller rich, contralto voi-e was at its best
aud he was loudly applauded.
Misa Ethel Uaudall recited 'Tot's
Christmas" or 'The, Sober Hat" iu a
mauuer that left 110 doubt in the minds
of the audience as to Utr ability aa an
Theu followed thu distribution of
rireseuts. and the conteuls of the beauti
ful Ireu were eoou iu ihe bauds of the
happy aud euger children; thus ending
Ihe most prosperous year known iu the
history ot Azleo Sunday school work.
Wireless telegraphy seems to have
come tu slay. Marconi xud bis aeaial
auts bave beeu telegraphing across the
Atlantic ocean with apparent ease.
Kmg Edward of Euglaud has received
numerous messages aud baa signitled
his belief in the stability of the inven
liuu. Appeal to youoa Men.
The late Johu P, AltgelJ once made
the following tine aud graceful appeal to
young men, aud us the day for gojd reso
lutions is approaching. The Telegraph
reproduces it aud urges it upon the at
tention 1 f all of its young rendéis:
Young uieu life is before you. Two
voice s are calling y uu oue coming f rum
tha swsmps ot eelfiBhcbBB aud force
where success means death, and the oth
er frum the hilltops of justice and progress
where even failure brings glory. Two
lights are seen iu your horizon une, the
fast fading marbh iighl ot power and tha
other the slowly rising suu ot humane
brotherhood. I wo ways lay opeu for
you one leading to au even lower plane
where are heard the cries ot debpair and
Ihe curses ot the poor where manhood
shrivels and poseessiou tote, down tb
possessor aud the other leadiug up to
highlands ot the murniuv, where are
heard the glad thouls of humanity, aud
where honest effort is rewarded with
"Something will be doing" at Wash
iugtoo, iu the atatuhojd mailer, should
me colorado t uei and iron company.
the Atchtsou, Tupeka aud Santa Fe and
iiock Islaud railioadB send delegates to
the nalioual capital after the holidays
to work tor statehood, Albuquerque
Tbe Officers Elected.
The oflicers elected iu SanJuan coun
ty whose terms begin Jau. 1 1'JiXi. are:
(Jrtn)ille Pendleton, Representative;
J. It. Williams, commissioner 1st die
tricl; J. E. McCartey, commissioner 2nd
distract; J, V. Lujau, commissioner 3rd
district; J. E. Elmer, sheriff; Marceliuo
(Jarcia, probate judge; Joe Prswitt.
probate clerk and recorder; Wm. (J
black, treasurer and collector; Dr. O
C, McEwru, superintendant ot schools;
Boone C. Vaughan, assessor; C. F. Mol
W, T. Payne of of Deso.oios; Iowa;
representing Chamberlain Mediciue
company is io thecouut.v this week, be
was a pleasant caller at The Inukx ollice
II ad Met Ills Conq uerer.
They lold meal Ueebe's corners of a
muu ho, they said, had killed dozens of
beats and wildcats and who was Ihe
most courageous man iu all Teuuessee.
1 hat bf I11 1 con 1 leached bis cabía as I
jourueyid along, aud ffuding him sittiug
ou a log at the cate, I slopped for a chat
I tauBuaily mentioned that I had heard
ot bis deeds of prowess aud I tried to
draw bim out, bnt be shook his head
"Strar-ger, 1 jest took a (bird wife to
my hubuiu about six werka age,"
"Waal, I alius reckoned I had a
powerful lot o' courage, but I've lately
diskivnied it was all a mistake,"
"Hut what could bave happened to
make you think so?"
Fur answer he pointed toward the
cabiu, where he could see his wife stand
ing in the door, aud I was about to say
sumething wbeu she lifted up ber voice
"Yo, thar, llankf"
" Y yea, Nancy," he answered 4 a be
"vV'aal, now yo' jest hump yo'aulf out
to the wood pile and eplil 'bout a cord
o' wood or I'll tan in and throw yo' clean
over the side of this old mounting!"
When the old hunter bo bad killed
scores of bears and rattlesnakes aud
wildcats and looked upon pistols aud
knives w'thout losing his nerve elung
for the wood pile without as much as a
backward glance, I kuew a by ha doubt
ed his couruge. ile bad found his boas
l)it tmt l.-t Vitur 1..-.-Í In.!. .4 ilrv ..,.. ..
A. U. 11 t 1! tl.l 1! II,
The I Ickanlnnya.
The pirkanim y ball lant evening
brought out ''com s" of ever) r..zi, ihape
andoilor. They .altznd, two-stepped,
five stepped, (I'M-, tepped and I don't
remmnbr bow rV they stepped. Any
wsy Mini IVrle Pi u lleton, aa "I'opay"
and htr dusky " :'.rt, Hurley Pool, took
tho prize after u I, c h mHeks wero re
moved and dañen u continued till far
into tha " eo ivu' hours"
' Hurley Pool r pr-" inlti "Uncle Tom"
without the cabin and attracted un
bounded admirt Lwi in bis (traceful ex
ecution of,tlie cak" i-alk. Frank Knick
Pihoiikcr was the personification of
"Whistíuig Ilufup ' aud was repeatedly
encored. S. (). PiL HstafT two-strr-ppil in
a way that forcibl; reininded one of a
"coon" aftor a vin t t a hen-ui -p aud
Burr the colored i nis of the ball was
gotten up ..more ' goously than thn
Rainbow, His exei'uticn of the water
melon pollta waa 1 h 1 irowning event of
Only Pe -fret
Th writior it la fnv lw rf th operator
all the ituuH ! t u .1 11I stmngpHt oon
truotion, rpid . on. . .y U.nrh aijaptetl
to all kiurifl of work br for mbuIatiDK ami
ínTic(Hork--unÍTrsal i "tioajrd reuorable
typa Bctioii-.inn tHiitly ci. wl.
Trbl tin life uf au nhrr maohin for
goofi, clean work.
Idachinea sold on oasy iymuti lo parti ea
who can furulHli food r rl once,
bond fur ratal otue.
2UH Wood 5iret, iiurg, Pa.
Id the Iitrirt rnnrt of ilia FiriiUniii.l
Duirtct of Nsw Msxiuo (or the crumy of
The lii d.fin Jinili, Juan 1 Uanzanarse et
ai are nereny notitiod mat a rmiaint ba
been tiled atfli:nt thein id h lustrín I'ouri
for thn couiiit of Mao Juaa. rerriiurjr afure-
aiu, uní rininir rnsconrt ji. wnicu !sald cane
u penóme. Dy asid l.ilDUir Juan A. Jxjuoi
aul Orraorio Jaijuei ttie (snsral ohj. cl of naiil
actloD b.loga elrll action to quiet titlo 10 rtr
talo real hihi situated Id th. county of Han
Jusd as will more fully appear by reference to
me mjiuiisiu men id sanl cause. And that
nnlns you enter your appearance iu said
ase ou or before the tweutietli day of Jan
uary ltt.0, Judgment will bo retwlered agaiuat
yo In paid cau.e by default. Plalntill At
torney. UraiiTille Peudlnioo, ixtat ollice ad
dreas lilao. N. M.
In wllur. whereof. I have here'-nto net tny
hand aud heal uf anl Court at Hants Ke, New
ideilco, this 1st day of JieoaiaOer. A. ii. laüü.
ItiealJ A.M. liKHoLliE, Clurk.
Last will and teatemant of David Calleu,
To liin It may concern:
Nutlee Is ha rol) 7 given that I , L. C Grove,
Clerk of the probate court iu and for Han (Juan
county, New Menuo terriloiy, have aet theft,
day of January ltiJ, aa the day for proving the
laat III and tuetoment uf aald David allou,
Given under my hand aud the eeal of said
Court Una loth day of Novtmlwr A. I). V'l
fbalj b, ( . KOYh. Pp.bau t lerk.
11 Joe fruwiu, Liuputy.
Totameute j Veloutad de David Cullau
A xulnee Importe:
For eata se Ua aviso, que yo L. C. Grove,
ban Jumu y 'leriiorei u .NquTa Mejioo, ha
, .J II. 1 J ..u IWV- DUIJ1U VI Uia HOT
l-riihH'lo el teataniento J l llliua Voultad Ue
David (!ulieu Uuatlu.
I 1 j " u V. 1 1, U 7 Ut IO
li. t . UKUVE.
tSeaU By Jf e 'it 111 Drputy.
Notioa U borcljy irlven that I tha UDdprBla-
uru win, u-r Yirmeor i LHt.un.ri hq mnll at
jubilo alti tJ tin- hltsTtieot bl il.r for ChIi ou
the prmiuvw.il oí ISInrman VS awonur tin Flora
r isia precinct .in. h iu baa Jtuu ctmntv, Nw
MtvITUOU ttlMp'tlt flHT OÍ JaMltlttrv 151:4 t)iiM
ttiiinliel aa.i nuy turen balt- of iimt ciittlnir
airnitt hr oro much tburaof an shall be ut-c
ay to satiMfy tho syuui jf 47. :u dobt,
fot xo it tool uu1ur luiu iorucioaure attiut
tunttiiiw it tUMifi.
ji?eu iuhI.h uiv lian.l this liJ dar of n.v,
VV . Le. I10HI.8,
UAIIY AN I) WEKKLY
The Urt Ripr-?if ut atitu NowcpapRr
of tho ikotky Mtiiiutaiu bitt o ad
Alt the Ne-Au from All tho WorKI, Jllu
ratiotit. l.i&rtiioim, Spnciul t'outuros,
Puily and Hridny, p-r mouti
Kouility oiii y .U Uj jtl punt ), p r year .,
W K-kJ y, per 'ur
ROetCY MOUíVTni.V MIW3
To buy a Kod Imiu of tearuv, Muit h.
yoiMiK- hiuI w, -it'll II'M Ua ii'.d a'ftie. F.r
al, i, hi a ill 1 ay in Lurh ilo- n..i .-t eru-u.
t, it. il I i. i.I -OS,
b .l -a'., a u.
I)B. J. b. EBLKV,
nirsiCIA AND HVROSON,
A'leo, ew Meilce,
Callo anwre(J promptly day or night,
UHiue iu UUui Home Uutel.
I)r. km. condit.
PUVSIC1AN AND 8 Lull EON
Altec, New Mel loo.
Calla aniwernd any hear, day et eight
JK. A. Bt8JNTHAl
PHYSICIAN AND SUBUtON,
FarmingtoD, New Uexioo.
Ua. O. C. McEWEN,
PI1V8ILIAN AND BUHOKOM
J-flre in Allen Bull. ling.
J. A. DHFF,
Farming too, Mew Moi.co.
Alteo flrit Taeeday In each month.
AiipolottnonU made by mail.
12. S, WHITEHEAD,
ATTOHNEY AT LAW.
.... Notabv Public
Famiington, New Mexico,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
. ... Notabt Public
Will praottce in all Courta of the Territory.
titee. New Mexico.
ABtec, New Meiioo.
All work promptly attended to.
Notice of Truatee'a sale.
Whereas, Louis A. Harris and V'noie A.
Harris, hia wife, did on the eight da I May
A. D. l'r, make, executaand dulirer to Thoni
aa J. We.t their three pronuaaory Dutes for tho
prlucipal sum of $uu.ou (MO . ) and I.WieO rea
pectlvely with Intereat thereon fnrni date at
the rate of teu per cent per annum. And
whereai, aald notes, and each of them, were
ecuredby Deed of Trun, of aald Louis A.
Harria and Minnie A. Uarrls, hie wife, to Char
lea U. Brewer, Trustee or in the event of hot
ehaence or ieahlllty to aet. then to the then
acting aliaría uf Kan Juau county. New Mexico,
ae surceeaor in Treat, for tne une end henrtit
of aald Thomas J, Weat, which said Dood of
Trun convoyed. In tiu.l, cortalu real eatam
rheiain UeetllM.I and wna duly recorlel In Hie
curuar 01 naia rau juan county lu book ID at
pegs aa 01 tne neeorusol sata Han Juaa couu
And Wh.rfaa. default has been mads In the
pay msu t r unv ii laid notes for tha sum of
De nuuursu (S'M1 dnllara. with the luiar.nt
theron, aoconliug to Ui tenor aud according
to thetiaur of said Deed of Trntt.
And wheraaa aald Ded of trust próvidas
tliatlu oaae of default in Ihe payment of aald
noies or any part luereoror tut llitereitthsre
on, according to tha teuor aud effect ol aaid
notes, then ou the applicatlou lu writing of
ma legal nunier or eaiu uotea to soil anil dla
poae of the premises, aa in laid Deed of Truat
Nuw, therefore, I, Charles O. Brewer, Trus
tee ai aforeaaid, or iu tne evaut of my absence
iron aaiu nan jtian county or 11. a li 1 1 1 r to act,
then the theu aelliig aherltf of aaid am Juno
county, as nuccesaor lu truat. as In aaid Dead
or 1 ru-.t provided, ouderaud by virtue of
theooweraud auttiurlty In me,' or riim, tha
man aciiug it sria 01 aaiu Ban Juaa coanty aa
auocuaaor lu trust) ve.tad by vnu of said
ine, 1 01 1 run, aun at tus request ol the legal
holder of aald aotea in wrifluir exnreaaed. sill
oiler for nal and sell, after toar weeks pulilio
notice ahail have been giveu, ai public auction
for ra.li 111 baud, at the front doir of the Punt
Office in the luwn of Atteo. in the county of
muumiiuii Avrriioryoi new aiexico at
the hour of eleven (11) o clock a. tu. ou batur-
aay uio 1 itn aay or j.tu 1 try A. u. 1X13. all
ei ins real estate in aaiaiieeu of truat couvvy
....V . ucu mm iuiiu.i, vwij
Lou flfieeu 115J, aliteeu 1J, ssveuteen 17 J
slghtsen 1J aud niuteen IB la Block twenty
three 1 111 li. the tuwn of A et.ee. i '.tni ..r a...
Juaa and Territory uf New Mexico, aocordlug
to the recorded plat thereof, aud all ditch and
water rights, belonging or appertaining
thereto, together with all aud lingular the teu
emeula, hereditaruenlanud api'Ulletianre ihere-
uoio ueiougiug or in any las aptinrtaluiug
Aud all the e.iate, right, title. Iniara.t. i,r,....r
ly posaaimons. claim and deuiuud nhatauevar
of lua .hid Lula A. Harris snd Minnie A
liarrla, lu wife, tholr heirs exacutoia, aduilu
latratora or aaalgu.ia anil to auid proerly.
1 'aled at Altec. New Mexie..,. tl... 'i.io. .1.
W. 1n.CIU UBI , U . U. I JUJ,
( UAHLr.H (i. IIKKWKK, Trustee.
Fint puhllcaiion Due. lb. IjmJ.
Laat publicatiou .lau. It, lja.
Daiart Land, F.nal Proof. Notice for
U. 8. Land Office, Hants Fe. N. M
September lu, lvu.
Notlee la hereby given that William H.
' llllams or Aarec ban Juan counly, N. M. haa
Hied uotice of Intention to make Proof ou
hia dea-rt-land rlaun No. for the N K1. NE'.
Hej 17 T. SO N., H 11 W. before the I'rolmte
ciera at aneo, n. m., od the Bth day of Novem
no intuina me ronowiug wltneiaea to prove
tiin tMiuiulete irrlxatlou aud recluuiailou of
saldlainl: HlrveuM. Wagsouer. 'olaiiubua V
Haker, Hev'n pod, James A. Juhustone all of
aivu, now jiixico.
He Manukl R. Ollao, Ueglater,
C. D. Segale & Co.,
Th P Phninnpt TUitins Tirnnns nn4 $
Cigars Always ja Sleet
T Billiard aud Pool Tables In Connec- Í
T tlou. I all and ans us.
: Aztec, - New Mexico
)o THE ONLY HARDWARE STORE IN
MnnTUwrcTrDM m rtu a r i r
MWIMMIIptJk.UM 111.11 iviwAivv
paiNTs n.o cms
Hardware, Tinware, Agricultura! Implements
Bucgics aud Glags, Mail Orders Solicited.
JLOJULOJULOJUUl Q JLP Si VJULSUU
W. H. WILLIAMS
Dry Goods, Grocories
Boots and Shoes
Hats ana Caps
-THE CHEAP CASH STORE
A EULL LINE OF GENERAL IJERGHANDISE
Fresh Groceries, Boots and Shoes
n, Corn, Oats, Eto., Kept on Hand. Navnjo Blankets In stock. New Uoods ConiUntlj
Kecived, A sLsre of your patmnage aolluited.
C. G. BREWER ATE
Beiiator l everiils came lo this) te.-ri
tory againat atatf hood anj sought such
ihformation as woulj sustain Lis il.snes
isiirj.oaeoj1 fiLt or aroi
liAIiOWAliK AND ..!vNrH.m' ....,,;,.
to r bi nn io tonu J uau count v.
"ted, Hay aod Grain Constantly oil Hanti
Why I Chu and Uo TJndei'Roll Durango :
No clerk hire II y lnurance rates are lower No reuts to pay No expensive
lighting csll aud s couvinced.
Franlí N Frakcs Proprietor,
AZTKC. NEW MEXICO.
Enables us to offer our old customers, in far greuter
assortments, the class of merchandise they have always
bought of us, and we have stretihtened every department
by the addition of HIGHERGRADES which our former
limited quarters, though then the largest in Durango did
not permit us to currv.
The same .sterling principals that have held and will
keep on holding our old stand-bys should apjieal to, and we
hope will attract many new customers to the
New Famous Store
This store is not like other stores its progress is
rapid; you want to get bttter acquainted with our methods;
the Maple, the quality, the valu; we sell is commanding the
attention of men and women who dress stylish and well; the
stocks are larger, th.: choice wider.
We have stepped higher on all the cxperi-nce of our
past, and give you the ripened knowledge of goods, of
styles, of markets; this means big economy to you.
Rachofslcy & Copmany,
The Aztec Restaurant.
A. C BROWN, ProprUtor
first i'Ihsh meals, neat end ti ly rooms
good nil"f. lour iatriiiS S iiii Ht-.l
"The lUi Front." r r it Mt Xo tie
A reward of lil.j will hy i.l,l I,, ll.ia Aa...-ia.
lion to any to.-.u or i ui.i.n. fiiiuienu.g od-r-1'ialu.n
tl. at will I.-..I l il.. ari.-.i ,i, ,,,,,..
tiou "I ai.y ... o ot .rii...i., ao-ulu a. om.,.
eway or I. i..i,i,a:y l.ai-. K any I
Ins l" any m.-ii.i., l im A,.,.. i.i,..u.
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