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bait Juan ronnty. New Mriico, Nature' Santu.-:un fur I 'r ftinptivrt. In: i i fi.r 'l Sort .1 riil-imt-ji. ) !UC4tlllCul ' 'ill 1 l,elin. 1 ru:Ki N. fil., kitos infoi m.it ion. Thm punnaa Fruit Belt i g mllti Finn Union, 'vet Mohan i-Home d.r All. Irmd 'Ivor., c-nio Haautj riitTi , tarniiigton N. , Ones nil Itinirmaliuu. Volume 5, n'jmbur 13. FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1895. $2.00 PER YEAR ft V THE ACADEMY. SAN JUAN COUNTY'S PRO POSED NEW SCHOOL. Tin Vollowing are Some of the Kules 8iid tlie Conditions Contemplated. By-Laws. ARTICLE I. The name of this company shall be 'SAN JUAN ACADEMY" Corpora tion, of Farmington, New Mexico. ARTICLE II. Tho capital stock shall be $25,000. non-assessable stock, divided into 2,500 shares of par value of $10 each. ARTICLE III. The regular annual meeting of the Stockholders uhall be the last Satur day in June. ARTICLE IV. The business of this company shall be transacted by a board of five Di rectors elected in the manner directed by law, who shall give good and suffl cient Bonds for the faithful perform ance of their duties an directors. ARTICLE V. The object of this company is to erect suitable buildings in which to operate a graded school and to carry on such school with all grades of Edu cation that are demanded in the com munity and means can be obtained to famish. ARTICLE VI. The Board of Directors shall causes thorough canvass to be made fori ho sale of stock and shall keep the stock on the market until all is sold and as f.oon as enough stock is sold to assure busiiifss, shall employ a Superintend ent who shall prosecute the building as fast as possible under their direc tion. ARTICLE VII. 1 he Board of Directors shall make an annual report to the Stockholders at their annual meeting and shall keep thoir books open for the inspection of tl e Stockholders. ARTICLE VIII. The Board of Directors shall inform themselves of teachers and their adap tation to the wants of the Academy and endeavor to employ teachers who want to build up or sustain a good re putation as teachers. ARTICLE IX. The Board of Directors shall select a series of Test. Books and fix the grades for the several departments that will give thorough instruction, ARTICLE X. The Board shall provide for a short Business Course embracing Penman hip, Shorthand, Book-keeping and uch other helps as will prepare pu pils for business in a short time. ARTICLE XI. The Board of Directors shall not sell or mortgage the building or grounds for the site without the consent of the Holders of a majority of the Stock. ARTICLE XII. When a called meeting of the Stock holders iB needed, the Directors shall notify each Stockholder in writing in time for such to reach his postjofllce ton days before the time of holding the meeting. ARTICLE XIII. The Board of Directors shall hold in the Treasury all increase in sales of land over cost and expense of transfer ring and all other profits overrunning expenses and pay the same out as a Dividend on the paid up stock at the annual meeting. ARTICLE XIV. This School shall lie purely Non-Sectarian and Non-Political. No teacher hall be employed or rejected on ac- oouru oi ins or ner uenoruinauonui or Political A filiations, yet no ttcuer uoail ne employed who in not a Chris tian in faith and practice. ARTICLE XV. Tho Teachers shall be required to open and close the school of each day with a Bhort service of reading of Scripture, Song and Prayer. ARTICLE XVI. The Teachers shall keep a daily Register of the standing in Recitation and General Deportment of eaoh Pu-! pii iVoai which they shall make a i monthly average report to be read out in school the fourtn Friday of eaoh month and sent to the Parents or Guardian of each Pupil. ARTICLE XVII. The Teachers shall have the Pupils review the fourth week in each month all that they have studied during that month and publicly examine them on tho same the fourth Friday of that month,, also shall l ave a public exam ination at the end of each term on all studied during the term. COUNTY" FA1U. Our Fair o be Held Oct. 1.2 and 3 at Locke's Grove Farmington near ARTICLE XVIII. The Teaohers shall not allow a Pu pil to pass from one grade to another until he is proficient in the grade from which it is sought to promote him. ARTICLE XIX. The Board of Directors shall choose the necessary Officers and shall meet as often as may be thought fit for the transaction of business. ARTICLE XX. A meeting of the Directors can be called at any time by any two Direc tors giving seven days' notice thereof in writing to the other Directors. PROPOSED BDILD1NG. Building to be 40 feet square, two stories high, of brick. Lower floor, two rooms 20x-24; two rooms 10x20. Upper story, Chapel and Lecture room, 24x40; two recitation rooms 16x20 each. Probable cost. $30GO. N 1 MM Mil n h& n& a .hi i 111, a. UltrlVOI JiUW M. H. COPELAND. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT. Durango Colo. W.W.BREDIN.N.D.J.C, SURGEON. Graduate Trinity University, Toronto Specialties, GYNACOLOGY, GENITO-URINARY SURGERY, STRICTURE, ETC. Office in of rear San Juan Drug Store, DURANGO : COLORADO P ADMTWf raujuno imi II rr IMUniPPTi UUIiUlIiii J. A. LAUGHREN, Propr. First-Class Accommodations At Reasonable Rates. Farmington New Mexico At a representative meeting held at The Times office last Tuesday, it was resolved that the San Juan county fair be held on the First, (1), Second, (21, and Third (3) days of October next, (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.) The reason for the change in the date is that Sept. 9 and 10 would be too late for the early apples and too soon for the late fruit and that every kind of produce would" be better advanced by October. An exceedingly courteous letter has been received by Mr. Mslleury from Mrs. Lillian Hartmnn Johnson, ac cepting the invitation to speak during the fair. Her subject will be "Remin iscence." Mrs. Johnson is well known as an eloquent and able speaker. She is thoroughly acquainted with this western country, with its progress, peculiarities and customs and an in teresting discourse is an assured fact, Mrs. J. Ellen Foster has kindly ac depted the invitation of the fair com rttee, through Mr. McHenry, to speak at our fair Her chosen subject will follow Mrs. Johnson's, "National Reminiscences" will be an appropri ate title to the address to be delivered at our fair by this renowned and bril liant orator. Mrs. Johnson speaks on Tuesday the second day of tne fair at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Foster speaks on Wednesday the third day of the fair at 10:30 a. m. Messrs. Cooper, Pierce, Laughren and Hill were appointed to look after the preparation of the grounds, the Locke Grove, Farmington. Several noted speakers will bo in vited to address the people. Tho Man cos band will also be asked to favor us with their music. A dance will bo given on the new Willett bridgo across the Animas. The bridge will beiprepared by then. The fair will ba a general fair, in cluding stock, produce and any other article the people think well to bring or send for exhibition. Stock will be accommodated. There is no regular prize l'st, bu plonms will likely be given. The following gentUtmen were pointed as a committee to see the ; pie and urge the collection of exhibits: A. U. Graves. Cedar Hill. Wm. McCoy, Aztec, J. Scott, Flora Vista, Harry Allen, La Plata. Sam Ent, La Plata, W. H. Jones, La Plata, S D. Webster, Fruitland, J. R. Young, " Percy Collyer," R. H Fisher, Largo, D. Lobato, " H. S Hubbard, Junction City C. H. McHenry and Homer Hajs nave been appointed marshals of the day. They are authorized to m o to and preserve ordur on the grounds during the fair. V. R. N. QBBAVEB, 9 Commission, Storage & Brokerage. AV. S WEIGHTMAN MANAGER All kinds of ranch produce handled. Next door to F. R. Grahams Fruit, Hay, tJrjin and Povislons. warehouse. Durango Colo, South Farmington.. I have subdivided and laid out in TOWN LOTS Eighty acres of land immediately adjoining the town of Farmingtoa. The lots are one acre each and will be sold on VERY EASY TERMS. A good water right goes with each lot. The north '.ino of this trac is only two jlocks from the PRINCIPAL BUSINESS STREET OF FARMINGTON. I also have 400 avs of GOOD FARM AND ORCHARD LAND Adapted to the raising of apples, pearlies, Deotsriuen, apricots, pears, plums, prunes, grapes and all other deciduous fruits and alfalfa, from which a person can select one of the BEST FARMS IN THE COUNTY. A large amount of my land is under cultivation and I have sevora bearing orchards. I sell my own land and can thereby ave you an Hgent'a commis sion. (Jail on me or address mo lock box id. S. R. Blake. FARMINGTON, N. M. 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