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l v.. . f I XT' H VtS? VOLUME XIV AZTEC NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6. 1903. NUMBER 40 8an Juan (Í -Yin wry Time Por Apple Picking. There is much value in knowing wb; to pick an apple. The future usefulness of the apple depend;? a great deal on this, whetner it is to be kept or used at onoe. There are three periods at which an ap ple may be picked before maturity, at maturity or when it is fully ripe on the tree. Our best horticulturists tell us that the maturity and ripeness of an ap ple are rot the same. At least these words do not mean the samo when used technically by experienced apple grow, era. A mature apple is 001 that has at tained its full size aud whoso seeds are black. An apple is not ripe till it has attained its proper color, its desired mel lowness and has reached the point where its flavor is at the best. When then should an apple be picked, before maturity, at maturity or when it is ripe? It is quite generally agreed that thobcBt time to pick an apple is at maturity, unless it is to be eaten at once. In that case the apple Bhould be left on the tree till it is not only mature but ripe. And here is wheio the family orchardist finds the advantage to hH family. He can pick his fruit fresh from the tree at just the point where it is most luscious, when it has the moot flavor and a full quantity of juice. No matter how well flavored an apple may be a month hfter picking, it looses its Bupply of of juice continually after pick ing, for evaporation ingoing on and there is no way of supplying the deficiency. But for packing or for storing an ap ple should lie picked at maturity, at which time it will begin its ripening process If p:cked borore that time the lipening jTooess wn.t no on, fot that can't begin till tho apple has matured, and if it never matures it does not ripen. The apple picked before maturity remains of the same color and does not improvo in in flavor. Its texture becomes rubbery and as the moisture in it evaporates, it shrinks. Who has not been disappoint ed when biting into such an apple to fir.d not the delicious flavor expected, but a vinegary juice that is anything but pleasant? The city buyer of apples has this experience frequently. If on the other hand an apple is allowed to hang on tho tree beyond the maturity tin and till it is fully ripa it generally proves to be a poor keeper. This is especially )e true of the summer or fall varieties. Tho Grimes Golden, if allowed to ripen on the tree, will keep but a ftw weeks after picking. But if it is picked at maturity it will keep for months under proper conditions. This is the reason whv so niaiiv Grimes Goldens prov to I very poor keepers luey have been al lowed to hang too long on the tree after the time at which it was possible to pick them. Some varieties, such as the Bon Davis, Deed to be left on the tree as long as possible. Theoe are all winter apples aud take a long season to mature. The CeD Davis takes all the time it can gel to mature on the tree, and after ihe ripening process goes on for some weeks. There is little danger of picking this 7ariety and Willow Twig too late, pro vided fronts are not imminent. L'he Farmer's Review, Aug. 2, 1903. The Statehood Issue. Boston Herald Senator Quay is reported as taking the position that while "stand pat" will do for tho tariff and possibly the curreucy, the statehood fight must be revived, aud he announces that he will do everything in his power to urge the acceptance to Btatehood of Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. In this matter Quay is moved by no patriotic feelings that it will be for the benefit of the nation to admit these territories as States, but solely be cause he has a personal interest in the tnattor. It is reported from Washington that the Republican managers may be willing to puss statehood bills if Arizona and New Mexico are consolidated into a single State, a move which we believe would not be favored by the majority of the residents in either Territory. En tirely asido from the justice of the claim of New Mexicoand Arizona toetatehood, and we do uut question that, it the for mer were considered safely Republican, it would have already been admitted, there can be no denying that, from every point of view, Loth as regards the total number and tho condition of the citizens, Oklahoma is enti'led to state hood: in fact, better eutitleil to such ad missiion to the Union than were many ot the States previously accepted. j ou't be afraid of a little tuu at home, good people. Don't shut up your houses lest the bud fade your carpets, and your heart lest a laugh should shako down some of the musty cobwebs there. If you want to ruiu your sous, let them think that all mirth and social enjoy ment nuiFt k e lefton the threshold when thoy come home ul night. When once home '8 regarded ub only a place to eat, to drink and to sleep, the work is begun that ends in gambling houses and degra dation. Youug people must have fuu and relaxation somBwhere. If they do not find it at their o.vn hearthstones it w ill bo Bought in others, perhaps loss profitable places. Therefor let the fire burn brightly at home, ever dolightful with all those littlo arts that parents po artfully understand. Don't repress tin buoyant spirits of merriment around the lamp and fi-elipht of home that blot out the remembrance of many a care and an noyance during the day; and the best safeguard they can take with them into the world is the unseen influence uf a bright and domestic sanctum. V A Word of Warning. Most of the hubbbu about "marital unrest" comes of early mv.riiages, es pecially among niris. Whi'e we hold that there id uuthiug so noble in all tho world as being a loving wife and an at'- tectiuuatu mother, we do not Uuliuve lu too great a hurry. Too many young people drift iuto matrimony as icily us they drift iuto some lilil amusement, On! if they could be made to realize the biti lUáiieés ut the uiuuiatie tie: the cares and responsibilities maybe teuis and heartaches thai are imvitable, burely they would not be lu such haste togiveuptlut which wiil never c.jine agaiu. Think of a.l ttiu brides you nave ever kuown. lu buiub iu otduces, the papers coiitaiued w hole col umns descriptive of the beautiful wed du g and slili mure beautiful uride; ta tiles may bavegroautd under the weight ut bridal jjieseuls; the thorns ai.d pit talisuf th luluro were huldeu 'nealb. Itie roees; the world, once her play yiuuud, had become tier kingdom, .n.it Willi he eyoUtstu, iui dutiable lu a be.ui Ulul, putted girl, bile ielt thut she hud uut to bliutca ioiih horbuuu and fath er or reject the dtHiiuB aud opporluui t'ce of life. Where is that brido today? instead of gazing in girlish rupture at Uie uew ring, the flowers, or box oí bon buus "his"' latest gift she is lliiuking 01 iliu household bills ttiut must be paid, 1'ue ''going-away gown," once cousideied a IriuuipU of the dr ess-maker's skid, is beginning to look f raved und out of date; the tint that was ouce pronounced a "diouin," sooij how is uut as becoming to uaia cheeks as when its plumes noii- ueu above roBy unes, uut a lie one is not to ou thought of, for there is the doc tor's bill, the uurse's bill, and dear kuosvs ho many other bills, the salary that once seemed ample, now in the light of so many demands appears pitifuiiy, smalt, If she married with the determination of sharing her husband's adversity as we 1 aa his prosperity, all will bu well; but a seu liment developed only by hauJáome toi lettes, soft liyhta and mood-light driven, will not be long in losing that mysterious "something which made the poetry of life that ''something," which once gone, no tj no power of reason or will can recu'l uunug ttie past luirty-t:ve years, Cireat Britain has sent forty tive thou sand homeless children to Cauada where thoy were given good homes. A Salvation army has gone after the feudists of Breathitt county, Kentucky fjtli.:ere, guo and bUmrl jsuiliimr dot mut for much, but with tho Salvation ists, they are "up against it." President, Roosevelt has called an ex tra session of Congress, which assombles Nov, 9, tor the purpose of cohnilerlng the commercial relation between the United Sates and Cuba. Sir Louis Jntte and Allen Aylosworth, i be twr Canadian cotnmissiouers, refus ed tosigi inn d" ;ision on tho boundary line and have putiisii'"l a formal state ment eetting forth their reasons. Five years ago this country exported toE f a lels to Europe twenty-llvo thousand barrels apples, whilo a million and a half l.nr- were exportod the past year. Thev must be learniug across the water that apple pie isn't so awfully hard to take, The population of India Is nearly three hundred million and their average daily earnings do not exceed one and one third cent per day each. They live principally on the produce of their soil, asd visitors there do not find them poverty stricken, The funeral evpensos of the late Lord Salisbury did not exceed ?70, while the funeral of the Duke of Westminster amounted to only J,'J5. Many a poor Americas family has gone in debt to bury its members for f'jarof what might be said by neighbors. The eggs produced in this country the past year amount to two-hundred and titty million dollars. And this reminds us an exchange, a short time since, was worrying as to whether a hen "sets" or "sits."' The above Hgurea looks more like they put in their time laying, New Mexico's board of managers for the St. Louis exposition met this weok in Santa Vo, I'lans for tliu building to ho erected for Now Mi xi ;o will be construct ed of stuff" similar to tho material inu'd iu the construction of other buildings oil tho fair grounds. It will be in the Spanish mission style, one story and a half high and tho cost is limited to f 1,000. I. B, llanidi, superintendent r.f fnretd reserves in New Mexico and Arizona, has been suspended from duty upon charges: of official irregularities, one of them being that he' has allowed eattie owned by his Bon to graze upon the Pecos forest reserve without olllaial permit. R. A.Charlton, inspector of forest re serves, 18 making investigation of the charges. Will Bay clipped the foilojving from the Field and Farm: "This." Buiiled the fond young wife sssho passed a piato o; ue-sert to tier husband, "ib cottage pudding. I made it mysolf." The mat: tasted it. "J'd have known it was cot tage pudding,"hea98erted. "You would?'' she asked, delighted, "Yes. 1 can taste the plaster and the wall paper. What did you do with the shingles and the bricks for the chimney?" Notice of Trustee's Sale. When as. WiUouS. D.dton anil Kiln C. Dat tou. ills wife, ut Hie Cuuiily 01 Sua .luun ami territory of New Mexico lild on the Z: U day of (A'tobrr A. 1. nineteen hundred. (Hum) make, ejecute aui deliver to lvdi-rl Uwvur of L i l'iiita County, CoiormiO, their certain pruin lor i.ote for the principal sum of eight hun dred delhir. witli lulorc-t at the rate of one Pit cent per month. payuiiU- uuiirterly. saul note being due ami pa utile un t ie '.'.ith day litVtolici A. t. 'Mi. ami now p.istdue A;.u riii, .-a ui ;.( w secured by deed mi hum given uv atu vt us iii tv i-iaitm and Klla C. Hallen, lila wile, to Fred Hunker, tnistoe, for tile usf and behetit of Koliert Uwyer, which said need of trust conveyed In trust.ee tain rial estate therein described and was duly recorded 111 'he othVe of Pro bate! lerk and ex-otlicio lieconlcr of San Jit in county, territory i f New Mr xlco, ut 1U o'clock a. m , Nov. l:th, A. Ü. liMl. in b ok it pace mi oi the records of San Juan enmi ty. New Mexico, And whereas, delault lias been male lu thu payment of the principal and in crest of uuid note according to its tenor, and in the ivineutot taxes uiHiii uto rea estate nnd property dcsciihed in ttie said trust deed se urine said note according to ihe provisions of wild trust di'Ht. And whereas said deed of trust provides ttiai In case of di fault tu the payinent of tlie principal id s iid note or the inlet et thereon or the pavment uf Hie tuxes upon the proper- uescrineu in sain ueeu or Irust according to the toner thereof und th.i provisions ot said deed of trusi, th -n Uin'ii t-ie ipplleatlon in writing of tin- leirul hold r of said mae tin trustee inentinned m said no e tn, and shall proceed to s-ll the property described in said Kcd ef trust tor l tie payment ot the said note and Interest thereen and tile tuxes that may be due upon the property an 1 ap other costs and expenses if the sale, with Attorneys fees nnd all costs aecording to the tenor ot said deed of tru-t. Now Therefore. I, Fwd Hur.ker, Trustee, as aforssald lu said ilei-d of trust, under and by virtue oí the pnwer anil authority vested in me by s.iiii u ed ot trust, and at the rvijuest of the leual bolder of ,-ald n'e in wriun expresseu, win on. r lor sale and sell at public auction, al ter four wvek's public índice shall have been civen In a weeklv newspaper of sain San Juan couniv, for rash In liaiel to t he tiletn st nnd best bidder, at the front door of the coui.ty Ceurt limine in the tu 11 ot Aztec. rniintv ef San ,iiian and terri tory ot New Mexico, at tne hour of eleven ill) ociocua 111,011 m irtiav. the th ilur ut November A. U lmti all uf said real estate do cubed ui said deed ot trust as follows, ti ll; Lot twenty one (21). In block thirty-one dill In the town or ztcc. han Juai. i.eunte. New Mexico, and all 1I111 lniprovemeutH thernon aecordliu' in tlie recoiQed plats thereof; al otlie siiut.li half of the sout':east iitiarter, (t. !j s e 4), section twenty. three CJ:t), and tho north halt ot the northeast neartcr fn ne!), of secti ni twenty six (jf. , and the south hall, northeast quarter (s '.; n e la section twenty-six (jii). all In township twi n ty nine ('Jib. nortli of ratine No. eleven (11) west of the N. M. 1'. M. all tiidtur situate in said San Jiiau couniv. New .Mexico, anil com prising 2 III acres, toRetlier with tti reo-fourths ol one share in the model ditch, and nil otl er ditch and waier rights,, used in con nectiou with ttie irrigation ot "aid lands with all Improvement!! thereon or thereuu to beloiitfing, nnd all rights that may he h'-rentter aripiir, d In conneellmi witn snl lands and all and singular th; rights, priv lieges, tenements ami hereiUUnieulH tln re- umo belougli'g or in anywise ai'lerlalnlne unto tne sani iison s. nation and r.lla 1, Unit n. his wile, their heirs, executors, ad ministrators and assigns of, In and to said property. Hated at Aztec. New Mexico, this, ttui 27th Itlay ol October, A. l) l:i.i. .T i.ioi. nf-vt-írt T- . i iii.i o i. i . iv, - I us .1-1. ('(ANVILLK I'l'NUf.KT'ON, Attv First puu Ui". no; Inst Nov. Í7, PJHI. Notice of Trustee's Sale. Whereas Wilson S. Dalton and Klla C. Hal ton his wile ol the County of San .luun in the territory ol .ew Mexico, nut on the n.stl dav of Noveinhet A. 1), UNO. make, execute am deliver to the order ol Chi lstuphor (lark o tho county of LeSueur, stale of Minuesoti their certain r.rotn'.ssory n tor i lie p iu tl..-M ,-i f ! ..: .tl 'i" e. g . , . , payable al Hu' First National li.v.,k ot Du fango ('.llorado, with Interest at ihe rate ot . i.j per out per month naah!c oiurterlv. said note being due and payable taree years after date. And whereas Wilson S. I'nltor. and Klla I'. Dnlton hlswlte, to secure the pay ment of this aforesaid promissory note did make execute and deliver their certain deed ol trust to Fred Hunker. Trustee, for the use and benctlt of said L'anstonher Cla' k, which said deed ol trustionveved In In at, certain real estate the'cln describid and which deed of trust was duly recorded In the ofllee ot Probate i "1. rk and Ex-Uflirio rect rderof San Juan county territory ot New Mexico, at six o'clock p. m on the iloili day of November A. u. I if U, ami Hilly lecoMieu at ami lu nook Hat page Uljot the records ol said San Juan coun ty. N'w .Mexico. Aint whereas default has been made In the payment of the Interest ol said note accord ing to Us tenor ami Hi the p.tvnicut of the l-.xes upon ihe real estate mentioned and descri bed in said deed of trusL And w hereas, said deed of trust provides that, In Case of default. In the pay ment of the principal or the interest upon said note of lu a fallureto pay the taxes upon the property embrac ed In said deeil of trust according to Its ten or or any default or tailurc it twin the part of the makers of said note to comply wttu the provisions of the trust deed herein, th n upon the application in w riting ot Die legal holder ot sunt note, the Trustee named in said Trust deed miiv a 'd shall proceed to sell the property embraced and des.rilie I In said deetl of trust, to satisfy the payment of said note and the interest tneou and Un taxes that may he due and unpaid upon the property describi d In suld trust deed and all costs and Attorney's fees and the costs and expenses ot such sale according to tne pro visions of said deed of tru-t. Now there tore, 1. Fred Hunker, Trustee a nf resald lu saul deed ot trust, under.ind bv virtue of the power and authority vested In tne bv said deed of trust, aid -t theie- quest of the legal hold' r of sai l note In v rltiu expressed, will olfer for sale and seP at public auction after our weeks' public notice shall have been given in San Juan Countv Index, a weekly newspaper, print id and publlshe I lu said San Juan Couniv, lor cash iu h oíd to the highest and best bidder, at tne f nut door of the County iV'urt House In the town ol Aztec, County of San Juan and territory ot New .Mexico, at the hour of (it ) eleven o'clock a. m , on Satur day, the siti day of November A. H. I'.ho. all said nal e tatedes rlbcd lit said deed ol trust as follows towlt: '1 he south half of the southeast quarter, is. Kit 'Dot section twenty three, i!M) and the north half of the northeast quarter, (n Vt n e 'a) section twenty-six, (ai), and tlie south half of the northeast quarter, (s n e 'i) section twenty Six, ( ijf all In township number twenvt-nlne, (Jli) north ol ran.-e nuinncr, eleven (II) west ot the New Mexico, principal martilla-' also twentv one líl) m biock Ihlrtv one clli In the town Aztec. Sao Juiti Com ty New Mexico, according to therecordid plat thereof, also the uotil, west quarter n the nort h west quarter, In w 'i n w 'i) of section twentv four C!4) In township numbered twenty nine. (2!h north of range mini he nil eleven, (11) west N. M. r. M in .-an Juan ( oantv. New Mexico, ac cording to plats and su veys together w ith all buildings and Improvements thereon .led all diii'h and water rights thereunto b lon.rlnir or In any wise appertaining there unto lugit'.her iih a.l tlie r.gats, prlvl'egi a and ap'.iifrtcua'iccs, '.eneineins and credit amenta thereunto belonging or in ativ wosi appertaining to the sa'.l .Vllson S. fjalt'-n and Klta f. Halted his wife, the'.r heirs, ex editors, administrators and assigns, of, in and to the aforesaid propert'-. Hated at Aztec New Mexlei), this the 27th day of October. A. I) 1ÍHI3 Fred HunkerTruslee uRtvVIf.LK I'KNMM.ICi'oN Attv. 1' irst pub. Del. :i. Last pub Nov. -, lm Notice, All per, us are warned not to purchase pas'.ttrage of li lis MeOaniel or (3. A. Hrock tho tnnents on my ranch, near Cedar Hill, as they have no pasture privileges ou said prem ises, and I will not permit any stock to pas ture tliercou. Dated. Oct. 27, 1903. W. Vt. Jlt'F-WEN To whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given that neither myself nor my wife will be responsible for any parties, even our own boy, buying goods on our account, or borrowing money or con trading debts, and the public is hereby warned against permitting any such cop tracts. J. K. HILDEHRANU. Hog cholera in Kansas, Powieism and trust wreckage in tlie far Eust wbile harmony prevails over the entire West, PROFESSIONAL JÍB. E.G.COMHT. PHyp;uiN AND SURGEON. t'TT U. S. fei.slon Klnnii' ing Surgeon' Calls ausv i rd any hoi f ay or uight. Aiei, New Mexico. Db. PH YSiv IAN AND Sl'UGKON. É Aiti'C, New Mexico I)R. A. KCíjM'HAL i PUYS'i I IN AND SUKUEON. 4 Fartnitvtai; New Mexico. V. SU iliiKON'-DKNTIST, Farniiugtoii, New Mei.eo. Aztes Urit Ttlie ay iu each Month, icnts made by mail. Appoii S. WlUTt KID, KNEY AT LAW. ....Notaky Prai, IC farm, igtou. New Mexico. y-B AN VI LLKl4- t.'. DLKTON, XT, iRNEY AT LAW, . ...NoTAttY Pl'ltl.t!' ill (Courts of tlm Tnrritory, Will practico i Vtec, Now Mexicc. DIRECTORY. pilKSHYTKKI . t vic'is on tl. N CHUTICH Morning scr lirst and third Sundays mI aeh month at . '."ven o'clock. Kveuinir ser. -ices every Sc.. lay night at cU:hl o'clock, Sunday seiiisd v.-'''-1 ra Prayer mcetim1 in Wediiesdav . .cuing at 8:00 p. ni, J, It. I OOPKKl'astoi. CAN JUAN COl'NTY CATHOLIC MISSION J (( nthollc p ,atliitiou Drill.) llendiiuat'ter. tiro terr Siinln-ííie-n í'hiircli, lilatico P. O Ungular service' . liist and second Sunday of uioiitli; itiiisH ii tl a. in., sermon ; Sunday school for child' u, immediately tiftcr mass, At a p. m., ri; ary, congregational sinelng, 'lililí' history, pt yers: inontlily services held n lioberuiiilnr, M rtitiez, Los Pinos. Several times durinir yi r, Aztec, La Plata, Farmioi: l.iti and Olio re visited liy the priest, h charm). ItnsU'p cinct. Mlo Arriba Co.. N. M d'atholio po)ul i'ioti L'.Vi) is nttiiuled from S tuia Kosa cln .I'll. Anv coniiiinnicatiou eh it ir 1) a 11 airs religious subjects should be i lilresseil to -l .tnolto 1'rtest, Illanco l'.u New .Mexico." AZTEC I'OST SO IS, U. A. K. Meets at f call nf Pi Commander. Aztec. New Mexico. W. II. WILLIAMS, Post Comnian tier li. W. Mcl'ie. .ijutant.. BAN JUAN LOlXiE. No, A. F. A- A. M. Meets second and fourth Tliurs Pus of each month a' tlie IV ding bretlireu coroiallv in viteil. A H. SPlil.MiKli, f ! tl . f.-OL'll O OK I.' I- I) Secretary. AZTKC LOÜOE NO. j;i. I. O. O. F. .Mni'tH every Katuriiay night ttr the school house. VisitiiiL- broth .is welcome. C. T, AUSTIN. Secretary. lilt OWN. N.Ü.; JOHN HOPE KEBKKAH LODÜE NO. 1L', I. O. O F. Ki'itnlar meets ' very other Tuesday night at school li.tu-ip. Vidting bro'lcrs and sisters welcome. MRS. .MUM) LENKESTEV, N. li. , 11 KS. AUNES COLLON, Secretary, AZTEC HIVE NO. 3, L. O. T. M. Regular meets second slid fourt li Moiidavs of each month at school house in I IF L. PHE'.VITT, L ( OLT'iN. Beeurd Keeper. Ajtec. MUS. VI T C; MUS. AH N KS C V' JUAN CHAPTER. U. I). 3-der of th J Eastern Star inonts lirst and thirl Thnrs lay of each month. M US. SALL1 E Sl'ltlNtiEIt . M , iV. 0. JOHNSON Secretary. LEGAL NOTICES. Ilstrny Notice, Noticnls hereliy given thut the iinilersiened hai. taken lili thá following descrilied est ray animal at her rauch near Aztec, New Mexicu, viz, : Otin Hrmvo horse ft years o!d hrauded 0 on the le't shiiiilder and O an tho left ear white .i n nnd four white, foot. 'l'he owner or owners uf said described aui inals finfeit. the same at the end of the s '.'en mouths from the date of tie' lirst puhliciiti"n ef this notice, iniU-ss claLued by the nwncrni owners thereof, or ilndrageut, proving owner shlpaud payiio-'all I. anil charges thereon. lm ,IOH MXON, First pub April 10 lliu 3; Azteo, N. M. Notice of Trustee's Sale, Whereas, (leorge T. Hrett and Mnriha llri'ti.h's wlfe.'o; th'dr cerlnln deeilof trust. ed llie'iitli tiivol January, limit aud dull rui iirded In the olliie nl the Probate clerk and x-oiticio ri-oraer nt the county of S an .litan mil tci ritorv of New .Mexico, on the I'Jrh iia of May, lliel, In book 10 at pace 1(17 ol sunt rocoriia, conveyed to the undi rsiene,! Joe l'rewltt, as trustee, certain real estate lu said trusl deedfleicrihed. In trust to secure I to M T. Kedr.ck the pivm -nt of their certain promissory note and certain Interest otes, with liirvris. and al chames rhen-on as In said tru-t heed imnlioned. said note be ing for for the nrlnclpil sum of tarn) ti,i and hearing Interest at the rate often percent per annum rort date, Interest payable semi annually. An t Whereas, m i trust deed nrr.vl that If said interest be not paid on the date or dates specllled In said note nnd in said interest notes, or if the taxes be not paid a said deed of trust provided, then on the ap plication or the legal hold r ol mini note, to sen and dlsiiose nf s.iia real estate as in said trust deed menu ncil And whereas, delault has been luadnln the payin 'in of c r'ai a Interest as in said notes rovii'eo, nun tne leg.ii hoMor i f said notes ha ,li el 't e I I he n hole of aid Indi.ne'.dne.k ilue a:il payable, as iu said trust, ueeu pr..- Viil.'d. Now Ihi-refote. I. Joe Prewitt. trier ... n aforesaid, undei and ny virtue ol -aid ti :i,t deed and ot the pownr and anthori v lu m vested by the ternn of said tru-t deed, at the .vr.tleii renin s of the It cal nili es .,r t ,,.' note and of said interest noten will oiler far nle nuil si II, nftcrtonr weeks' public noil.c ha 1 h ive been given, as provided in ip: trod deed, at the front door of the oo-notHc ill the town el Aipec. in tin-count of i-an Juan and Territory 01 New Mexico, at the hour of II o'clock a. ni. on Saturday the 14th day of November. A. U. urna, all ol the real estate, in said deed of trust described, to pav said note, accrued (merest aud costs, as follows towit: Tim southeast quarter of the southwest quarter is fin m of section twenty-three, til) in township thirty (iW) north of range lwe.ve(ia west N. M. M. Together with all ditch and water rights thereunto belonging or iu any way apper talulmr The -aid ditch and water rights be ing one-tilth (1-6) of two shares in the Kello. Hi a II celt ditch. Together with all and singular ths lene n.ents, linreoitiinents and appertenanci s iu anywise appertaining, and all tin- est ite. right, title, lhtureHt, p'openy, inissesse n , claim and noma id wli.itsoi vi r of Hi- sai., (leorge T llrett and Alat-.lia Urttt, Ins wde. ilieir nelr.s t xecutovn. adairostr.uors ol as "di ns in an I l' said property. Uatedat ftzte.', Newileiieo, thin lfdh dav October, A. I). 1D03. Jots Phewitt, Trustee. First tub. Oct. li last Nov. til, ltxiil. "l . I The Strater Hotel- Dl'KANliU COLCHADO. CHAS. E. STILWELL, FrcpriGtor. rirst class service. Speciit country people, nites,to 4 I III .1 in AZTEC, N. M. capital s:;o.ooo Docs u tft'iicr .1 business utt as lilmral priiu-UiUs as are on-inti'tit with oituHi'iVii- Exchange Bought and Sold, Collections Promptly Attended ta. lot: PRKWIXr. Pres. MORoK FlIXI K. H. HoucK. See. iH.Trc Tlie First National M Ot Fai-min-íton, N. M, A general Ltinkini business transac- leu. Loans made on uppioveil security, ivxeliutig-e bought und sold. Collections a specialty. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT OFFICERS. I. V. Dannels, Pres Amsildi, V. Pres. and Cashier. A. M. DIRECTORS. W. UiituielH A. M. Am alell George K. Urillln Thomas L. Riillirety J. Allen .lonlin-iiiie - THE Smelter City i State Hank OF DUHAHGO COLO. $30,000.00 íAPIT!., :. li- MeCONNKLIi, President. LLOVO C. SHKKTS, Assistnnt Cnshiei iwenty-two yours' expi'rienee banking ii ' -alorado, Strictly in the Push For all kinds of FURNITURE: . New and Second Maui1 Mattresses, Sprints, vVatfon Covers and Tents. Look I's Over Before Voti Purchase, A. B. DOUGLASS, DUKAMiO, COLO í.'lrícheybrí Wholesale and Retail Books and Stationery Periodicals, School Supplies, Manufacturer- I'onfectionery. All grades of liooks used iu New Mexico schools kept iu stork. DURANGO, - - COLORADO First National Bank DUKANOO, CajLO. Capital $100,000.00 DaniclH Brown .fe Co , Estahlilii'd laxo First Nitjnual Hunk, Knialilnhed Ihvj OKKICEK" and BIUECTORS, ALE it El) I'.CAMP. i'runideiil, JOHN L. MoM'.IL, Vice I'rnsideut, Vr. 1' VMl.li, rnw,i-r, tnTII'Mt W. AYKES, Ass't. Cashier, CH QLES HOETTCHKU. Knrniüh For'd.-n Drin'tn Letier of Cr.alit. Telegraphic Transfer. Hnv (lol I Huill ín. I ii-crest paid on Tima Deposits. lianine-H hv ninil uiih cuitoiue-H lliroiigh out H'.irioitadiiig Tovn'iitid Ooimtry 111 re ceiv proinpt and careful attention. No ma tter where you Live You can keep yonr unvin.ts account with litis Hank uud It will earn 4 per cent, interest for j ou ; intercut la compounded quarterly, Business and Personal Accounts Solicited rito for our ilenerlptive pnniphlet. Siifoty Boxes for rent. Capital t75.O0O. Colorado State Bank DDHANGO, COLOBADO B. ti, FREEMAN Prkhii.knt I W.C. CIIAI'MAN Vlt'K I-kkhiiiknt t, Jtl. UblMUOtlU AüblDTANT l AHUIM AZTKC UViatY STA1JLE JARVIS & HART, Prop'rs. Host Turnouts in i MCULDIWGS GLASS, PAINTS OIIS SASH AND DOORS STOVES AND TÍHWARE LUMBER LATH SHINGLES IMPLEMENTS. 3.1cC()V & lUTIIJEN, AZTKC, - - NEWMEMCO. j!ih' riilintr rituiios, iniiUimr tlie trip through to Durando from Aztec or Kamiing-lo'i u one tiay. The patronise of tho traveline; public solicitt J Packages to be sent by express should THE AZTEC HOTEL CHAS H- EAKER Proprietor 4 íva'iti $.)) pel' .itu. Sl'KCIAI. HATES TO P Jt .. TI'" latroiini;'- "t t!'.'- ;dib!ic is solictetl. ask a trial. The Brick Hotel -ARCADE i Baker & Lenfestey, Props, Aztec, S CHEAP CASH STORE. A FULL LIKE Fresh Groceries, n AZTEC, StfSiürCnM BEST ROUTE EAST VIA. Double daily Penver Onloraili) Sprit Pueblo fjntmi'c'iuig tit (iratul Union Station, St, Ltiuia, for all points EAST, NORTH nnd SOUTH, Solid vt'stibulml truiiiB curryinc; elegant Pullman slopping- cars of latest de ÑÍ!1, and roulininK huir cars (scatí free). Oborvititin panlor cafa üiulng cars (a, eiils a la curte). rinltiK cats and Bloepers equipped wilb electric limits and faos. for further ir.formatioTi sen votir nearept ticket agent or wriro ELLIS FARNSW0KTÍ1, II. U. KOOSEPw, TravolitiK Pansgr. Atrt., O. W. V. & P. A., Denver, Colorado. 4 San Juau County. FURNITURE Aztee M. ELLIOTT Proprietor. Faniiiiiton . . . . 8tae Line. be left at the postónica in Aztec. l ul N TV l'LOl'LE It is our aim to please. Wo. nztec, New Mexico in SALOON New Mexico. OF GENERAL Boots and Shoes o. 'i. V. New Mexico. VIA service leaving . . 0::i3 r. m. . : ni, . . 4:o0 i. in. 5:0n p. m. 7:05 p. m. 8:20 p. ui. 4, rt J J r \n\n The Durando, aiul Reiisonaiile U:i the Uule.