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THE SAN JUAN TIMES
FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1896. LATEST LOCAL NEWS, Subscriptions due for the past year must be paid at once. Rev. W. H. Howard is batching! !1 Judd Elmer left for Gallup yesterday. Mn. Carson's health has much im proved. M. Bachman went up to Durango Tuesday. Charley Magraw is now bailing hay for Wm Locke. Parmer McCaa and Mr. Korn wore in town Tuesday. Newton & Graf have sold their flne new buggy to C. J. Fint. Pearl Locke and C. J. Fint went up to Durango Wednesday last. Mrs. Hubbard and Miss Julia Hub bard visited Farmington Tuesday. Thomas the school house fixture salesman paid Farmington a business visit Tuesday. Walter Newton took 15 shells and brought home 12 rabbits, a pretty good record. The reason of the scowl on Dr Johns face is that he has commenced taking the tobacGO cure. . D. J. Craig of the Fair view orchard at Junction has finished sowing about 1! acres In alfalfa William Weldemeyer, Wm. Shoe maker and the post doctor from Win gate arrived hero Tuesday. Robert G. Smith of Junction has been confined to his bed for several days severely indisposed. Charley Warren known as McGinty can be seen in town anv day riding a thorough bred Arabian Jack. Calvin Mercer returned from the mountains Tuesday. He reports a fine potato crop at Hay gulch. Cabe, My head's almost on fire with the heat of the sun. She. I was sure I smelltd burned wood somewhere. 'Nichols brought some of the finest beans in San Juan county from Mr. Woodward's ranch across the river. Jack Warren of Junction and William ErjperBon bought a herd of milch cows across the River Tuesday. A saloon and hall is to be erected in Farmington at once. The site chosea is the lot next the Newton & Graf building. Extra apples should be made into cider for vinegar. Apple butter and dried apples can doubtless be sold later in the season. Doctor A. Rosenthal is enjoying a well earned holiday for a few days. He will go as far as Chama and enjoy a little fishing and shooting. Mr. McCartney was up from Olio on Wednesday and informs us that the hay is mostly situated in his com munity. The late rain did muoh good. Parties expecting to get fruit boxes of Sam Hood, the Florida saw mill men, should send in their orders at once, as he cuts to order only. P. 0. Durango Colo. Mr. Graf and Mr. Newton hae got 56 and 46 chickens respectively. They 're in cahoots over this; shortly Graf will have the cahoots and Newton the chickens. Judge Bowman left for the Cherry Creek saw mill yesterday. He reports a good deal of business doing, says the mill is turning out some of the finest fruit boxes in the county. Mr. Stark has made a distributing point for box stuff at the San Juan Commission House in Durango. All feindsof fruit boxes, "combination" sizes, from the best material. The heaviest rain Known for years fell here last Monday night. The ground received a thorough saturat ing; and the county h. got a start worth thousands of dollars all round The Ladies of the W. C. T. U. of Flora Vista will give a lawn Social and Festival at Mr Rumbergs in the after noon of Saturday August 24. Refresh ments will be served fiom 3 oclook until 9 that evening. Everybody in vited. Mr Rodges im forms The Times that a base ball club is being formed in Farmington. A committee has been appointed to select the players, Offl cers have been chosen John Sheek captain, John Rodgers secretary and John Hippenmeyer treasurer. A. w. Mernman has bought Sim mons' contract out. This is trood news for us and we can now look for fair treatment and courtesy. A really lively dance took place last Friday night at Elliott Locke's place. About 50 people enjoyed themselves thoroughly until the small hours of the morning. Homer Hays haB received a letter from Jim Dane, an old resident of this district, now living near to Gree ly, that he intends to come back to this place again. The8heriff of Montezuma county, Thomas Lee Sheek. and Frank Baker' his deputiep, stopped in Farmington Saturday night' The officers were on the trail of Ed Oaveniss. A meeting of the base ball club will be called next sunday afternoon at Wm Lockes grove. The rommittee i- -1 A 1 . II appointed 10 seieoc tne players were J. Sheek, J. 8. Rodgers and Bert Hanna. Kit Carson is selling his fruit at hh Junction ranch on the tree, and is get ting good returns. Mr. Carson was unfortunate during the rain as he had 40 tons of hay down. Navajo Bill left last Saturday with four Navajos, one of them the brother of Neska-Ha, for Santa Fe. They will visit Neska-Ha, in jail there for the murder of Welch the trader. Mr. Elmer lost a valuable mare last week. The animal suffered in a pecu liar manner for some days and died in convulsions. Mr. Elmer has been very unfortunate with his herses this year. The Rev. Williams of Santa Fe will visit this district next week. He will preach at Flora vista on the evening of the 24 instant; at Aztec Sunday morn ing and Farmington Sunday evening, the 25 instant. C. W. Riggs the well known col lector of antiquities and chief of the exploring expeditions is in correspon dence with The Times as to the feas ibility of settling here for the winter and feeding his splendid stock. During Tuesday night's storm Jack Warren was awakened up by the sound of watpr roaring round his home. He had to get up and dit h round the house to keep it from washing away The noise of rushing water in the ravine was, so Jack says.tremendeous. Ed Caveniss has got the sleuth hounds of the law on his track for Ihe deliberate shooting of Byron McGeoch on the sixth instant at Mancos. There has been enmity between the men for some time. It is supposed that the di vorce obtaine d by Caveniss' wife has something to do with the murder. Tho "alfalfa palace" to be built on the fair grounds will be one of the most attractive features at the exhibi tion next month. It will be construct ed entirely of baled alfalfa, and the in terior will be used for the exhibition of agricultural products and imple ments. This will add greatly to the hall room, hut it will fall very far short of supplying the demand and the officers have lust contracted for the erection of a new frame building 40byl00, which will give altogether, a little over 20,000 square feet of floor space or a little more thau twice as much as we have ever had before, and present appearances indicate that this will all be occupied. Albuquerque Democrat. Notice to all People. Mrs. E. R. Sizer or Mary Sizer the lady traveling around the country, is my wife and the mother of my child ren and I hope all will treat her with kindness and respect, as I suppose she considers that she is doing her duty as a wife and mother; but I differ with her in that respect and my financial condition is such that I cannot stand any foolishness but my own, and I give notice that I will not be responsi ble for any of her debts or transactions she may incur or enter into. E. R. Sizer, Flora Vista, Jnly 81, 1895. A Paper Free. Send your name and address for a sample copy of "Marriage Bells," an 8-page paper containing the names and descriptions of hundreds of young people who wish to correspond for fun and results. Girls, send your name, description, age, etc., and reeeive hun dreds of nice letters from boys. Boys send your description, etc., and re ceive dainty written letters. All ads published free. Perhaps you may find a husband or a wife and have plenty of fun. Send your name and delcription by postal or letter at onee and behold the result. Do not delay and address Floyd D. Huffman. Grand Rapids, Ohio. FAIR MEETING. Committee of Energetic Citizens Ap pointed to Secure the Exhibits. At a meeting of 8an Juan county fair committee on July 18, 1895, at The Times office Farmington, the follow ing gentlemen were appointed a com mittee to see the people and advocate the collection of the best fruit, stock, and produce of all kinds for the San Juan county fair to be held at the Locke grove Farmington Septem ber 9 and 10, next. The choicest exhibits to be sent to Albuquerque fair Sept. 16. on A. U. Graves. Cedar Hill, Wm. McCoy, Aztec. J. Scott, Flora Vista, Harry Allen, La Plata. SamEnt, La Plata, W. H. Jones, La Plata, S. D. Webster, Fruitland, J. R. Young, m Percy Collyeh," R. H Fisher, Largo, D. Lobato, " H. S Hubbard, Junction City V. R. N. Greaves, Secretary. Comrades. Attention. 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B ffl H 0 I i a o? v. v 1 ' -H o i i r To Farmington. r or saie in tracts to suit the buyer on property anywhere in the San Ji uan countrv. Tt- 1i 1U2. elevated mesa nvm-lnnlHntr t.ho vaiiD, a . CT " j , .. , , .p, " on the market the early buyer is the one lars oall on or address . I I..'., ui idOTC fcWU OllDIIUil, FARMINGTON, N. M. I have frequent apnlications for nronnrr.v of 1iflrnfi n-nnrhv Iwtarl ,5rt, ri r J "ukuu n ivu uio wm lovicivD uarmiu allienuon. If you want any information reerardinp- land nri county, drop me a line and I will promptly respond. Homer Hays, Farmington, N. M. The Cheapest F R Place in Town To Buy. GROCE Produce s H of All Kinds Taken Here Arrington's Residence Addition to Farmington, West cf Presbyterian Church. LOTS, 50X200 FEET, Under Farmington Sold with Lots. Purchasers. Consult T. J . Cherry Creek SAW MILLS Bowman & Carson, Prop'rs ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER Shingles, Box Material and Lath Mills ate located at Thompson's Postofflce address. DLX, COLO. 111 easy terms. There is no mnro fm-nro 1 It lies very level on a command Aiiiuiuo una oan Juan rirr who secures the choice. For partteu prwcn Homer Hays. ISLi IjILJ -v"twimo uu an water in 3an Jaan Groceries Sold Closer than Anywhere in the County. Ditch. Water Right Easy Terms to Good Arlington Park, 18 miles from Dale's Kaaob RIES J. 1 laistaD, Farmingtan, N. Mex.