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THE SAN JUAN TIMES
V. R. N. GKK4TIC4 - - - Editor
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FRIDAY. DECEM1 ER 6, 1895.
Our talented citizen, L. Bradford
Prince, occupied a prominont part in
the trana Mississippi commercial con
gress held at Omah, Neb , on Nov.
23, Mr. Prince responded to the
opening address. He poke eloquent
ly of the drvorsitv of the country
which extends from the level of the
prairies to the foothills of the moun
tains filled with their vast mineral
wealth. Mr. Prince asked his audi
ence to think of the gold miner of
'Colorado who had been made prosper
ous by an act of congress and then of
tho poor tiirve"r'ttiiner whose prosper
ity had been taken away from him by
tho same act. At the evening session
Ex-Governor Prince discussed state
hood for territories and pleaded the
immediate admission df New Mexico
and Arizona. The sentiment of the
body was with him throughout.
School Notes.
The enrollment for the grammar
department for the becond month was
43 with an average attendance of 35.
Primary department, report of
month of Novombe, enrollment 49,
average attendance 4, number neither
Hhsent nor tardy II. Honor roll, 3d
grade: Mamie Harwood, Willie Locke,
Don Id Ross, Gertrude Newton. Sec
ond grade: Walter Virden, Rolla Slii
dler, Katie Howard, LouiB Woods.
First grade: Roy Virden, Ruby Blake.1
Chart class: Carrie Howa d, Winnie
Jarvis. Perfect in deportment: Joe
Woods, Aloxandrino Jaques, Jdhn
Hanna, Mamie Harwood, Ethel Trout,
G-ertrude, Newton, Thurman Woods,
Troy Kinrr, John Pointer, Ida Pointer,
(Julia Hays, Priciliana Vigil, Esther
Nuwton, ' Pearl Blake, Ruby Blake,
(reorge Blake, Alice Ross.
Alice Hendrickson etttorod school'
Tuesday.
There is a groat deal df tardiness
anil parents should see that their
children get to sohool in timo every
morning. T'ie child not only loses a
part of the day's work but forms a
haDit that will follow him through
life and stand in the way of success in
any calling.
Alice Hendrickson has been teach
ing in Mr. Towner's place on account
o!' the illness of Mrs. Towner. Miss
Hondrickson is annmborone teacher.
The night class met but once this
wt;ek but hope to resume work next
week nnd.pu.ih along faster than ever.
A civil government clflse'm to be or-:
cauizod tor the benefit df'the future'
ciii.'ins df our state to bo.
Another entertainment will he giv
en soon to supply the school with
more of tho much needed appliances.
Ray Willis of Mancos entered school
last Tuesday week.
Tho school had a holiday last Thurs
day. The consumption of good things
was enormous.
Comrauiut'tttrd.
Farming-ton, N. M'I)c. 3.
Kdilor The an Junn Times.
Sik: A few days ago I had a quan
tity of apples in Durango. A lead
ing commission merchant of that town
made the assertion that I had writton
a letter, that he had seen the 'letter,
authorizing tho sale of those apples at
40 cents.
1 desire to emphatically pronounce
that statement a deliberate lie.
I beg to state that I did not.'iior
would I be likely to. offer those apples
at S'lcIi an absurd price, a losing price
aud one calculated to hurt our mar
ket. The assertion is injurious to a
degree hut is only in accordance with
many limilar occurrences operating
direotly u.ainst our "already tyran
nized over fruit growers.
Mthtully Yours. K. R. BtAKB.
A. K. & A. M.
Animus Lodge No. 16, A. P. & A.
M., of this place held its annual alec
tiou ot officers last Saturday night
ami elected tho following officers:
A. D. Webster, W. M.
J 0 Carson, S. W.
Percy N. Collyer, J. W.
P. M. Pierce, Treasurer.
(J I ,. Cooper, Hocrotary.
0. J. Moss, S. I).
0. R. McCoy, J. D.
H. It. Skinner, Tyler.
ofli' era will ho inst'tlloi imi the
evening of Dec. 27th, the anniversary
of trt. John, the evangelist.
Vlmtm.
Siw'i-ml 0rrsii(m(1onc.
I.A Pl.ATA. NOV. V Wj
j Hams was down at Parmington last j
week loading apples at tho Woodward j
orchard.
As a slight proof of the vahie of the j
I fruit crop this vear. We counted 81 1
wagons on tfhe Laplata rod ftom
Paiming; on to Durango on one day
last week.
Prank Johsnon of the Laplata moun-
ioina rMinhtuarl Via v ami nnnbnrA for
' his mules from John McDermott.
j The nnmber of scholars is increae
ing dailv and the school is givfng good
satisfaction.
Theodore Sallee the Laplata teacher
visited P armington last wok.
Robert Robe-ts is having a well
drilled by the Real "Girt machine.
Will Pnddack will also have a well
drilled soon.
There is a rumor that Bert Carnahan i
has sold his ranch to Wtn. Hughes
The postal authorities order that La
Plata be Written in future one werd
"Laplata.'"
Lester Palmer vas in Farmington
Saturday doing some trading.
Tho 'mountains afre covered with
snow and the outlook for the Lnplata
water Bupoly is most encouraging.
Plenty of grain should be grown in
addition to'the alfalfa crop.
There have been sowo geod hay
sales on the 'river lately. Will Pad
dack sold a lange quantity to Robert
McNichols of Durango, who will feed
a lot of cattle.
Thanksgiving is now a thing of the
past. Ye scribe had an invite to a
Thanksgiving dinner and with the
rest of the company did good justico
to good things which were piled upon
the table until it groaned with their
weight
Quite an enjoyable time was had by
those who attended the dance held at
the Hobbs school house on tlmnksgiv
ing eve.
C. E. MtvgraAv -srtys that there is
some attrflctidirouer at Flora Vitta
besides the entertainment which was
held Thursday eve. Good luck to
you Charley
Mr. Griffith passsd through here
Sunday with his oxen on his way from
4he mountains to Jewett where he in
going to winter.
Sdhool will commence nt the Hobbs
school house Monday, Deo. 9,
SUM) He ward S10O.
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