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AMn C.&K&M OF FRESH MEATS
We have installed a large refrigerator and will
carry a supply of Fresh Meats at all times. Fish and Oysters
in season. Call and see us and you will buy.
Loveless & Qo.
Estancia, New Mexico
COMPOSTURAS EN GENERAL
A. L. Montgomery
y Robt. Taylor
S, W. MOORE
REAL ESTATE j INVESTMENT
Get a Home in the Estancia Valley. Some good property
listed for sale at Reasonable Rates. If you want to sell or
must sell list your Property with me
Office South of Postoffice -:- Estancia, New Mexico
3 Drrv VnnD Aírrur
1 The Estancia Dairy
I MILK AND CREAM FUR-
NISHED FOR SOCIALS
I B Y. DUKE. PROPRIETOR
ORDERS BY MAIL'.OR
PHONE PROMPTLY FILLED
TORRANCE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
H. B.Jones,,PresA. B. .'McDonald.r.Vice Pres. E. M. Brickley, Cashier
Your business respectfully solicited.
Willard, New Mexico
I "Title Talks" I
The Business of Abstracting
ine business'of Abstracting titlesjjsjirof comparatively recent
growth. As lands increase in value, theneedoftitle,, security becomes
more and more imperative.
It is just as sensible to aaieguard thegtitle to a thousand dollar va
cant lot or to any other property, as it is to keep your thousand dollar
bond under lock and key.
PROTECTION IN EITHER CASE IS THE THING SOUGHT.;
Good titles make real estate as negotiable as stocks and bonds.
There is no way of being sure about the title except by the help of
an abstract by a reliable.company.
Robcrson Abstract Company
ESTANCIA, NEW MEX.
REFERENCE! Any Bank In Torrance County
Report of the condition of the
Estancia Savings Bank
Of Estancia, New Mexico," at the close of business Dec. 30th
1911. Reportmade to traveling auditor.
Loans and discounts 55,276 Capital stock $15,000
Overdrafts 3,950 Surplus 2,100
Real estate, furniture Undivided profits 492
fixtures 6,188 Deposits subject to ch'k 48,910
Due from other banks 12Í518 Savings deposits 10,437
Outstanding accounts 993
PHONE 14-4.RINCS i
EOXES FOR RENT
NO 'ICS OF SUIT
Territory of Npw Mexico, 0 oo
County of Torrance '
The First National flank, of
Texhoma, Oklahoma, and
Casey Swasey Company,
E. O Taylor and A. 0. Camp
bell. ) .
In the District Court of the First Judi
cial District of New Mexico for the
county of Torrance
The said defendants, E. O. Taylor
and A. 0. Campbell are hereby notified
that a complaint has been filed against
them in the District Court for the
County of Torrance, Territory afore
said, that being the Court in which said
case is pending, by said plaintiffs, The
First National Bank of Texhoma, Okla
homa, and Casey Swasey Company, the
general object of said action being for
the recovery of the sum of $908.25Prin
cipal, Interest.costs and attorney's fees
on account of certain promissory notes
given by defendants in favor of plain
tiffs. Plaintiffs pray for the foreclos
ure of the following described mort
gaged property: located in the County
of Torrance, Territory of Npw Mexico,
to wit: Lot 2l on block 20 of the
Christ Addition to the town of Duran,
as shown by the plat of said addition
now on file in the office of the Piobate
Clerk and Ex-officio Recorder of the
said County of Torrance, Territory of
New Mexico together with all buildings
thereon. PlBintiffs further pray that
if any part of the said morig"ged prem
ises te sold under this decree and not
redeemed within nine months from date
of sale, that the court order adjudtie
and decree that a writ of possession is
sue under the seal of this court, direct
ed to the sheriff of this county com
manding him to place in possession
thereof the purchaser of the said prem
ises at the foreclosure sale. Plaintiffs
deem it necessary that ihey bring this
foreclosue suit and in case the property
mortgaged fails to sell for a sufficient
sum to pay tne principal, interests and
costs, plaintiffs will-ask for a deficiency
judgment and plaintiffs pray for such
j other relief as may seem proper, as
i will more fully appear by reference to
the complaint filed in said cause. That
the name of plaintiff 's attorney is Fred
H. Ayers and that his postoffice address
is Estancia, New Mexico And that
unless you enter your appearance in
said cause on or before the 16 h day of
March, 1912, judgment will be rendered
against you by default.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and seal
Seal of said Court at Santa Fe, New
Mexico, this 6th day of Jannary
A. D. 1912.
Edw. L. Safford
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reae
the Boat of the díscane. Catarrh la a blood or connll
tut ioruil disease, and tn order to cure It you must take
Internal remedies. HnH'a Catarrh Cure is taken tn
ternully. and acts dirertly upon the blood and mucoui
Burfaces. Hali H C M ir i Cure Is not a quack medi
cine. It was iHvs'Ti;.i by oho of the b"st i)hj-siriana
in this country for years and 1 a recular prescription.
It Is composed . the best tonics known, combined
with the best blood puritlerR. acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of ti
two inCTedients Is what produces such wonderful n
BUlts In curing catarrh. end for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHKN'EY A CO., Props.. Toledo, O.
fold bv DrutrnistH. price 7r.e.
Tfcke Hall's Family mils for constipation.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
Depp.rtnifut of I lie Interior,
U.S. Landüfiico at Suota Fe, N.M.
Dflo. 23, 1911
Notice is hereby given that. John W. Casrbolt,
of Estancia. N. M., who on May 2tith made
HomeBtcad Entry No. 010212, for ÉE 14, Section
22, Towni-bip 6 N, Eange7 E, N. M. P, Meri
dian, han tiled noti.-e of iutontion to nakt
Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to
the laud abov described, bi-fore Nfal JmiFon.
U, S. Commissioner, at Estancia, New Mexico,
on the 12 day of Fobrnary, 19i2.
Claimant liamos rb witnesses,
A. D. KcKiuley, F. T. llcadows, M. F. Baker,
M.L. Turner, all of Estancia, N, M,
Manuel R, Otero,
29-1-26 , Resistor
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U S. Land
Office at Santa Fe, N. M., Dec 23,1ml.
Notice is hereby given that Thomas
D. Casebolt. of E.tnncu, N. M., who on
May 26th 1909, made Homestead Entry,
No. 010213, for SVV N, Section 22,
Township 6 X, Range 7 E, N. M. p. !
Meridian, has íiled notice of intention to
make Final Five Yt'ar Proof, to estab
li.-h claim to the land above described,
before Neal Jenson, U. S. Commis
sioner, at Estancia, N. M., on the 5 day
of February, 1912.
Claimant names as wittntsses.
A. B. Mckinley, F. T. Meadows, M F.
Baker, M. L. Turner all of Estancia, N.
M. Manuel R. Otere,
Not Coal Land.
NOTICE POR PUBLICATION.
Rnpartmiror of the Ii terinr.
U. 8. Laud OHice at Santa Fe, H. M.
Estancia. N.M., January 3, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that William J. Henry
of Estancia, Nw Mexico, who, on August
5,1910 made Homestead Entry ho. 013911, for
SEl-4 KWl-4.SVl-4hEl-l.NF-4 tl-4.NV 1-ltEI t
Sec il, Township TN'Rauge IE, N,
M, P, Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to
make Final Five Year Proof to establish claim
to the land above described, before William A.
tirurubnek. U. S. Court Commissioner, at Estan
cia.Ncw Mexico, on the 18 day of Fobruary, 1912,
Claimant names as witnesses :
David Sanchez :D P. Gist, J. V. Morris.H.
C.Ken all of Estancia, New Mexico.
MANUEL It. OTERO,
Not Coal Land
NOTIC FOR PUBLIC TION
Department of the Interior
U 8 Land Oilice at Santa Fe. N M,
January 3. 1912
Notice is hereby given that Mauricia Sanchez
y Vigil, mother and heir of Luis Sanchez y San
chez.of Manzano. N M. who, on Feb 2. 1907.
made I ' omestead Entry No. 10617-0819 for E V,
sEl-4, sec 20 w'i Bv 14 Section 21,
Township 5n, Range S e, N M, P Meridian. haB
filed notice of intention to make Final Five
VearProof. toestablith claim to the landabove
described, before William A Brumback, U S
Court Commissioner, at Estancia, N. M.ou the
15 day of Feb. I9i2
Claimant names as witnessos:
Jone M Sanchez. Santiago .Serna, Francisco
Sanchez, Hermeuijildo Serna all of Willard, NM
Manuel E Otero,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M.
Jan. 20, 19i2.
Notice is hereby given that Elsworth
L. Woods, of Estancia, N. M., who on,
January 3rd, Io07, made Homestead
Entry , No. 104Z0810S, for sw 1-4, Sec
tion S, Township 6n, .Range 8e, n. m. p.
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make Final Five Year Proof, to establish
caim to the land above describe I, before
Probate Clerk at Estancia, N. M., on the
5th day of March, i9i2.
Claimant names as witnesses:
H. C. Keen, L. Grover, D. H. Hamilton
and II. II. Stewig, all of Estancia, N. M-I-26-3-I
MANUEL R. OTERO, Register.
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office ai Santa Fe, N. M.. Jan. i9, 19h
Notice is hereby given that Davis P
Gist, of Estancia, N. M., who on Augus
30. 1910, made Homestead Entry, No
0140o3, for nb 1-4, Section 24, Townshi
7N, Range 7e,'n. m. p. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final Five Ye
Proof, to establish claim to the lnd abov
described, before Probate Clerk at Estan
cia, N. M., on the 4th d y of March, 1 912
Claimant names as witnesses;
J. D. Ghilders, S. J. Hubbard, Newton
Goss, and F. A. Chamblee, all of Estan
Sia, N M. 1-26 3-1.
MANURLR. OTERO. Register,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Santa Fe, N.M., Dec. 23,191
Notice is hereby given that William
W; Davis, of Estancia, N. M., who, on
March 8, 1909, made Homestead Entry,
No. 09086. ferS NWI-4 and Lots 3-4,
Section 2,' Township 6 N, Range 7 E,
N. M. p. Meridan, has filed notice of in
tention to make Final Five Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before Neal Jenson, U. S.
Commissioner, at Estancia, n. m., on
the 12 day of February, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses.
Wybert Brown, Georwe P. Endicott,
George B. Brown, L. G. Grover all 01
Estancia, N. M.
I2-29-I-26 Manuel R. Otero, Register.
160 acres of patented land, two miles
south of Estancia. This farm has more
than $2000 worth of improvements,
consisting of comfortable four-room
residence, 82x36 foot 'two-story barn,
well 305 feet deep, cased to rock, (thi
well will furnish water to irrigate every
acre of the farm) 45 acres in cultivation.
fenced and cross fenced. Balance in
pasture. And the very best of water
within seven feet of surface. This
place will go at a bargain. For priof
call on or address the owner, H. C. W'il
Hams, P. O. Box 93, Estancia, N. M.
FOR SALE-150 acres of irri
gated land three miles from
Sabinal, Socorro c:unty, New
Mexico, in the Rio Grsrde val
ley. $15.00 per acre. Ysidro
Zanchez, Bernardo.N.M. 12-4tp
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary upon the estate of John
McKenna, late of Torrance county.New
Mexico, deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned, Mary W. King, by the
Probate Court of said county of Tor
rance, bearing date of May 1st, II9I.
All persons having claims against Baid
estate are required to exhibit them to
me for allowance, within the time pre
scribed by law, or they may bo preclu
ded from all or any benefit of such es
tate. Said clHimsmay be sent to George
P. Learnard, Albuquerque, New Mexi
co as my agent to receive the same for
MARY W. KING,
RECEIVER'S NOTICE '
On the 29 day of June 1911 under
signed was appointed in the District
Court of the First Judicial District of
New Mexico and for the County of Tor
rance, as receiver of The Willard drug
Company of Willard New Mexico. All
persons indebted to said company are
hereby notified to pay me at once and
all persons holding claims against said
company to present them on or before
March 4th, 1912
Hale I Lutz,
Receiver of The Willard Drug Company
Willard, New Mexico.
I have formed a copartnership with
Tuttle andJSon in the undertaking bui
ness, and we now have a complete
stock of coffins, c-skets and funeral
supplies. Embalming done on short
notice. Calls answered day or night.
A. A. Hine.
Mr. Porter reports the sale
of the John Prestun 80 acres
southwest of town to Thomas
V. Graham and wife of In
dianapolis, Indiana. Mr. and
Mrs. Graham intend to. im
prove the piare, put in an irri
gation plant and start an or
chard. Soil from this farm
has been submitted to an or
chard expert in Indianapolis
who pronounced it as fine
fruit soil as he ever saw.
George Pope of Albuquer
que, is over on court business,
and called on the newspaper.
Mr. Pope is coming -back in
the spring to plant a crop, and
is a booster for the Valley all
the time. lie will return to
Albuqticrqne in a few days.
In a letter from Branch
land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza
beth Chapman says: "I
suffered from womanly
troubles nearly five, years.
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ty did me no good. I took
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