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THE SAN JUAN TIMES
T. K N.GKKAES
Editor
Official Paper of San Juan County
Kate of Sunscrlptinn:
' i oyear $3-00 I Sx month...
Three month. 7K cei U.
.IUI
Kntnwl at the poetnflice t I'nrmwiiton for
"--issio through the mail u second elees
ttv,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1898.
Tu fruit for the Albuquerque
Fair exhibit must be deliver-! Rt
Wm. L -oke'p, FarmiL'gt-iS, not la
ier than Sept. 9. It leaves Duran
te Wednesday 11.
E. 0 Foster visited The Times last
Wednesday. Mr. Foster preserved a
discreet si'mce with regard to bis
prospects, notwithstanding the bland
ishments of our reporter. However
Mr. Foster banded us a tear's snb
eoription in advance, with the remark
tat he hoped everyone would render
m tho same support, and also adding
that it afforded a strong argument in
favor of bis lengthened sojourn in our
district.
The only way in which tho prodmer
OHO maintain fair prices for his prod
uct and defend himself from aggres
sion, is to combine. The brewers com
bine. They can exercise a power that
ran Men them to put an extra priee on
ach gallon of their commodity and
force the public to pay it The stand
ard oil trust rules its market and
commands the prices. The railways,
different lines, different interests, can
hold a meeting of their delegates and
fix their rates. These may be ex
treme instances, but the rule applit-s.
California and other dintricts exercise
a pertain power over the markets;
they are combined; so it should be
with us and must bo before we can
compote with other districts and prop
erly assert our power as a. fruit grow
ing community.
RIooTuileld.
gpeeial CorrMDoadvBO.
Bloomfield, Harry Hubbard baa
gone up to Durango for lumber.
Bob Curlee ia holding a bunch or
cattle brought up from Arizona at H.
T. Hubbards old place at Fairpoint
Mrs. Pinkney was a guest last Sat
urday and Sunday at Mrs. H. T. Hub
bard's.
Arizona people are looking for
houses in this locality.
Mr. and Mrs. Stark of Floridr are
expected down for the winter.
Mr and Mrs. Rathgibb'a little boy
ia very sick.
H. T. Hubbard's fine ranch shows
every sign of prosperity -and improve
ment. Mr. Hubbard has gone in for
diversified farming, has & fine corn
crop and a tine nurser, the trees of
which are looking wonderfully healthy
P. M. Salmon has gone over to Az
tec teday on commissioners' business.
Millard Green, Dan Sullivan,
Wm. Swires, 0. 0. Brewer, F.
Daniels and others have made great
improvement to their ranches this
year.
This district is exhibiting every sign
of progress and prosperity.
Brother Thiehoff is wending his way
to the Lone Star state. He will not
favor with his valuable correspond
ence for some time. Poor old Jones.
This is our list issue before an ex
hibit will be sent on to tho great Al
buquerque fair and irrigation eonprew
cMnmencing on tbo s-eventeenth of
this month. So much has been writ
ten and said on this subject that it
fxjems superfluous for us to again com
raent thereon. But. we see that it is
replete with interest to us, so full of
importance to this as to every part of
the west. It will not only bo the ex
position of our resources to ourselves;
but. it will be the great bcason light to
ti.o outside world the light to the har
bor of safety and refuge to the east,
the western haven for tho eastern
emigrant, Here will be shown too by
the united effort of scientists in that
ubjot, the great truths of irrigation
tho almost divine truths. For they
poi:it out the "Promised Land" to the
weaned sojourners in an effete east.
To be permitted and earnestly invited
to partake in this gathering together
o" "supreme powers for good," to be
expected to take part in this remarka
We display, for humanity's sake, in
the startling proof of the immense ad
vantages of the west, is indeed an
honor to be seized with avidity, to be
made much of. Apathy cannot exist
where interest and duty call. Patriot
ism cannot be quiescent when the bat
tle cry is heard calling us to join in a
contest of friendly but vast import.
This in the last appeal we can make to
our people. With trees breaking clown
under their precious burden of an
unparalleled harvest with water, un
Usual rains and a favorable season
how tino the exhibit we shall no doubt
colhct with the utmost facility and
ease. On this topic too we may ob
tarve the extreme citizen unanimity
wh cli prevails in Albuquerque. There
lias been shown throughout an utter
unselfishness, unless the people pull
ing together to assure suceesa in this
effort could be called a "united selfish
ness," so, then, give us more "united
se fl bness." The Albuquerqut-ans
h.Vfwoi-ked together and "put up"
t gether for their fair and congress
tend if we have the irreparable miitf'or
tu oio be unable to attend on the sev
en! enth, if we are uuabJe to meet tne
thousand and one prominent men,
and view tho sights ot this wonderful
proof of our resources, w shall at
lin t have had the satisfaction of hav
i ij, H;n,e our best in our smaii way, to
uail attention thereto and wo shall
t.tii Loiter for the descriptions we
iil receive from the press and peo
ple who were there, of tnat great mo-(j.-s
, of that gigantic expositiou of
Wei t iru powr and advancement the
A.b .querquo Fair and Irrigation Gon-
Lar go.
Special Correspondence.
Largo, Sept. 4. -The past ten days
Largo has boen increased by four
births: Pres. Munoz, a boy; R. A. Fish
er, Jose Trujillo, Jose Vidal Lujan,
each a girl,
On Monday eve at 9 o'clock, Mrs, D.
L. Thiehoff, wife of J. H. Thiehoff,
passed away. We failed to learn ex
actly what tho doctors pronounced
hor trouble, but understand it was ap
poplexy. She was buried at 4 o'clock,
Wednesday evening on the plat south
ofLarj-o. Nearly everybody turned
out to the funeral. A faithful wife, a
loving mother and a good neighbor,
may she rest in peace. Mrs. Thiehoff s
funeral ,was well attended and It
showed tho esteem in which she was
held by her friends and neiuhbors
along tho San Juan river. Everybody
helped during her short illness and
both Aztec and rarmington were
called on for medical assistance.
Pacheco was in Largo Tuesday with
as fine a lot of peaches and pears an
San Juan county can produce. Mr.
Pacheco lives eight miles up the river
from Largo and a few years ago it was
thought fruit could not be raised
above Bloomfield 8 miles below Largo,
so you see we are in the noted fruit
belt.
IaJunoe.
fart why It happens to be i
i o spni poor little me
If I a story chance to tell
For every night when bedtime's
ado yonaer lamp grows dim.
My pupa tells me loin of 'em.
Ar-1 nobody spanks him.
- ."rirle NnuO.
3100 Itcward $100.
The readers of this paper will be
plowed to learn that there is at least
one dreaded di-esse that science haB
been able to curH in all its sieges,
and that is catarrh. Mall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure known
to the medicnl fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional remedy, re
quires a const tntioual treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mncoufl enrfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease, and giviug the patient
trorgth by building up the oonsti
tation and H'sisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its curative p wrs,
that they offer one hundred dollars
for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for li-t of te-timonialR.
Address F. J. Otenev & Co.,
Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
From M. P. Station, of Albuquerque.
The following letter received by V.
R. N. Greaves, secretary of the San
J nan county fair, is self explanatory:
I road with interest in the issue of
The Times of August 2nd that a com
mittee had been appointed to gather
products for your fair and the terri
torial fair also.
Kindly advise me if you can. abont
how much space you will want in the
agricultural and horticulture depart
ment. Would you prefer a side space
with an elevation np the walls or some
tables in the center.
Everything is promising for fair ex
hibits and a lartro attendence and if
trie weather is favorable I think we
will have a very satisfactory fair this
year. Yours Very Truly.
M. P. Stamm.
The San Juan Fai - at Fnrminsr
Vm, OUT. 1. 2 ard 3, will afford a
most pleasant time to all visitors.
Comrades, Attention.
A meeting of Lincoln Paat, No. 13,
Department of New Mexico, will be
held at the Fair grounds Farmlngion
Wednesday, Oct. 2, in the afternoon
fr transacts n of regular business o:
the post. By order of
C. H. McHbnrt, P. 0.
Walter Weston; Adjt.
Notion of Dissolution.
The partnership heretofore existing
under the name and style of Hanna &
Maupin, Photographers, is dissolved
by mutual consent. All debts will be
collected by S. T. Maupin and all per
sons indebted to the lute firm are re
quested to make Immediato payment.
R O. Hanna,
S. T. iiAUPIN.
Farmington, N. M., Sept. 2, 1895.
Reduced Kates oir- Horse Shoeing.
Plates, (I 25 cash; credit or trade
$1 50. Light team, $2,50 cash; credit
or trade $3. No 4, 150 eah; credit
or trade $1.75. No:-. 5, 0, or 7. $1.75;
credit or trade $2. Cow pony 1; cred
it or trade $1.25. 8peoi il shoeing,
special prices. Nbwton & GitAF,
Farmington, N. M. Blacksmiths.
All fruits for tho Albuquerqu
Fair nxhibit must bo delivered at
Wm. Locke's ranoh Farmiagton
not later than Mouday, SEPT. 0.
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