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VOLUME 5, NULI !KR 27
PARTINGTON, NEW MEXICO FRIDAY DECSMBEI. 6. 1806.
82 CO FF.I; YEA K
If
WWW PROSPERITY.
BROUGHT.
b'ho Fr)npooiti Aru Mora Brilliant
than Ever tir Our Favored
Sun Juan Ou , X. M.
The annual occasion given up
t.i i he consumption of ihe luxuries of
the table and to the festivities of a
holiday, hutted forward to for months
ha past and tone. It is ajrain amonj;
t ho reminiscences of tile, and can be
reverted to as a 12 hours spent as a
rule in a determined endeavor to ex
traot. as mach a possible in the way of
pleasure from the fleeting hours.
The primary idea, however, f the
day is a retrospective one, un oppor
tunity i'or glancing over the past sea
son, and thanking Providence that
through the trials, struggle, toils,
losheF, succeses, joys and sorrow that
makeup the sum total of our exist
ence, we have triumphantly emerged,
the successes cheering us to fresh en
deavor, and the very sorrows, purify
ing the heart from its grosser and
mure hellish attributes.
We can congratulate ourselves, first,
otl the increasing prosperity of our
county, Turning from the depression
of t he past, we see again the signs of a
redundant increment of the sources of
weuith.
Farms have been improved. The
setting out of new orchards has been
most marked, the rows of flourishing
young trees greet the traveUr on all
s.def. Homesteads have been proved
up on, and those that have been so
acquired have been remarkable for
the improvements they contain.
But the yield of fruit this Beason has
been so immense as to cause the as
tonishment of men who have been
used to those prolific orchards for
j ears. Vast, indeed, has been this
lovely and valuable present of a kind
Heaon to the requirements of man;
great the wealth repreented by the
car loads of apples that have been,
and are being, shipped to tne markets.
Not alone from the standpoint of
financial prosperity must we consider
this gigantic crop, but as affording
another proof of the unparalled pro
ductive capacity of our seil. This at
testation to the argument contained
on this open page of nature, is incon
trovertible and we stand today as the
acknowledged owners of a district un
equalled in its productive attainments.
We have indeed challenged the world
in the contest for supremacy, and at
Albuquerque, a small quantity of fruit
from this county was pronounced by
all judges and the public as being bo
yon 1 comparison the finest exhibit on
that noted occasion.
So too the supply ef small vegetables
has been abundant this year, far
mere have been planted than before
potatoes have exceeded anything ever
brought in here and the home market
wiil be supplied in future by our own
growers.
Agriculture the chief power of a na
tion, the backbone aud stay of her
strength, is and always will be the
first object to promote, the first object
to criticise and praise.
However we are not within narrow
boundaries here, we are not confined
to one exploit. Now we know that
our placer claims are about to be
worked. The gold tkat lies around
us everywhere will well reward the
efforts of skilled work and improved
machinery, and Mr. K. C. Foster will,
in a week or so, be back here and en
gage in the development of these
mines he has been 12 months in care
fully testing.
to reier to tne rivers mat anoro ns
a supply of water tkat never can be ex
ceeaeo may oe tnongnt supereroga
tory, tkey are so well known and form
apart from their practical utility, a
grand feature in the beautiful scenery
of this San Juan county, New Mexico:
hut where we can trnly boast of hav
ing tner water supply than any
ot her part of the arid region, when we
can assert that the San Juan, Animas
and Laplata rivers, together form a
splendid source of Inexhaustible
wealth, spreading over our lands; then
indeed an expression of pride at this
divine gift can be well excused.
Among the projected irrigation m.' First
erpnsesis the large jiu'l imiiortnut cheat).
Iditcn to be lakeu out by the Foster
WHAT THE PAST FEASON HAS j l),r,v lnmA ately, water ng splendid
lano, operiiig up new i ei taintirs for
the farmer and the orchard iat. The
new cotuer will inquire into these evi
dene i of growth and see t he reality
of our substantial progress.
The news ot the immediate coming
of 'he Albuquerque & Durange line,
although expected long, adds a pow
erful aud necessary link to the chain
of event s leading us to t he goal af su-
class cooking stove lo s'l
Apply at Times efiice.
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Notice tor I'nlilicatlna.
Hnneatead No. 3S1S.
United Stair Uud Office
K.nu N M. Ni. It. lbW.
Nntireie hereby a-iranl hat the fuHi.wine-i emeu1
eeit'arh.e tiled notice of hie intention io mike
tiim! er.x.f mi hupport ot hie claim, and that
aid proof wll bm wad hefor the i'rntmle
Judge or in hie nbeanoe hefure the prolmteClerk
of sen Juau county at Aztec N. M. ou Hec. 27
lt!tr, ria
Howard II. Dt Luclir.
of Jewell. N. W.
forth lent 12 and NW' . of SW, S, j am'
t'i f SKU. Sw. 4. Tp. 2! of K 1W.
11 ninu th roilnwiDt wiipeMi
nrnmonu i nH..r; J -:i:i.. . ." u""' " '',"-' wureMe. i pro,.
, v.j ... iviit ,11, u iiu niij ui me ciin'iiiiioii. iMHieuce epon.and culttTalion
eXUOrt ef.eaid lend, tib:
,. . ., albert Whit' , Mnnael ktuic.lluo. Manuel A.
iniSWIII iea 10 Ile anoOing Up Ot , Maroelino, 1 'at nek MuLUKhliD;all of Jowetl,
our wonderful coal fields said to be j.e,n.wii.... v..
Hit largest in the states. Vast masses
of fine coal are In sight and our teams
supply us with this essential out of the
sides of the neighboring hills.
This will answer the inquiries of
many people who are looking to this
pot for climatic excellence aud pro
ductive superiority.
There are splendid lands to be
bought, at fair and reasonable prices
all round us from one end efthe
county to the other, an inlnite choice
indeed, a chance for all.
We cannot force people to come;
but we can say: "Come; see all ibis,
inquire in these ihiug.S'' And
among the loyal and asost enthusiastic
res dents will be those who did ceme,
did see and did so inquire.
Each Thanksgiving day adds a year
to our lives, another experience af
vital import to us as an educating and
regenerating factor. The experiences
of each year teaoh us loyalty, loyalty
1 1 our county, our hint it ut ions, loy ally
te each other; teach as that the best
interests ef the one are the essential
interests of the community, that
there is only one object to be kept in
view, the progress ef this county, and
this includes everything the happi
ness ef home, the harmonious rela
tions of social business life, the devel
opment of our resources, tho future of
our children, and the performance of
our duty us a component part of this
great eounty and participators in its
honor ar.d its marvelous possibilities.
Firit auhiiuatien Not.
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CUT RATES ON CLOTHING
AND LADIES' SHOES
Tor cash for the next thirty days.
A bargain in men's & bovs' straw hats: All kinds Navajo Blankets,
-Agent for
The Monarch Bicycle
The easiest riding machine made,
ered here.
Will be sold at factory prices delfrv
F. M. PIERCE.
FARMINGTON
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WM. WILKAISKY
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fAUMl.M.TON. . N. 11.
M. H. COPELAND.
PRODUCE
COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Durango Colo.
FARMING
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J. A. LAUGHREN, Propr.
First-Class Accommodations
At Reasonable Rates.
H.S. WILLIAMS., M.D., CM.
L. R. C. P. A H ixioilon, KDRiand.
QaooD'e U nu cj Mity , Canada,
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SPECIALTY Ef, Ear. Nuee and broat. Nori
one and Mental Oineaee.
Newton A Graf, Prop's
GENERAL AND MACHINE
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Blacksmi thing:.
Carriages, Buggies and Wagons Made and
Repaired. Painting and Trimming.
Horseshoeing a Spcialty
BOWMAN BPO:
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Farmingtun, N. M:
Farmington
New Mexico
Offloe--iivinjaB Building.
Durango : : Colorado
South
Parniinp'ton. - -
I have subdivided and laid out in
TOWN LOTS
Eighty acres of land immediately adjoining the tuwn of Farmktgton.
The lota are one acre each and will be sold on
VEBY EASY TERMS.
A good water right goes with each lot. The north line of this tree
is only two blocks from the
PRINCIPAL BUSINESS
I also have 400 acres of
STREET OF FARMINGTON.
GOOD FARM AND ORCHARD LAND
Adapted to the raieing of apples, peaches, nectarines, apricoto, pears
plums, prunes, grapes and all other deciduous fruitn 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 nave mini
bearing orchards.
I sell my own land and can thereby save you a agent's commit
sion. Call on me or address me lock box 777.
S. R. Blake.
FARMINGTON, N. M.
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