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at Estancia, N. M., on the 19th day of
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is !;;;.;:! ttirt.
v ?rry c-c-t inuiffsrejit from cut im
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; j V: ? t':s oil.
, hi: : c:i ".vera stored, Co uting
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A;: ! '. , tar ic '023, Sat oad taso, ac3
i t i.i c-y Lick ;
I us. fij-jtj that lire. EiO-.va fcaa
. C-:-.-:a ;.:r tera so quick.
T.ijj couee tr.a a briüiant bicvn. itsbcJy,
t.v, you'll coto ;
Tio:3 lit Jo tumbles merit tio oil obss'-ve
tiism wiicra they float.
23ic.t rnsanu ti:g berry bad the best that
eua an J eoil can lend
'Xis CHASE & SAKDORH'S growth,
youkaow a firm tiat'a proufl to spend
Its time and cmey ca its plasta. Care,
Aro just tlie best that expert haaJs, expe
rienced long, can do.
And when this richness is unlocked by
Nature's charm of heat,
You have the best that Nature gives, a
draught of cheer, complete
In every coffee attribute. Thus sueafcs
And he, you know, was never cnuglit
-talking through his hat.
Hughes Mercantile Co.
ESTANCIA NEW MEX.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M
Jan. 5, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Newton
Goss, of Estancia, New Mexiee, who,
on September 6, IglO, made Homestead
Entry, No. OI4I30, forSE I-4, Section
13, Township 7 N, Range ,7 F, N. M.
P Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to miike Pinal Five Year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before William A. Brumback,
U. S. Court Commissioner, at Estmcis,
New Mexico, on the 17th day of Febru
Claimant names as witnesses;
S. J. Hubbard, J. W. Morris, R. 1).
Vaughn, D P. Gist, all of Estancia, N.
MANUEL R.. OTERO, Register.
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need to attract new people and new
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becoming a regular subscriber.
W. H. MASON
Physician and Optician
Office socund door
8ulb of Poatoflioe
V E. SUNDLRLANP. M I;.
Phusician & Surccon
01 'ICE: First d'i won i Valli !(
ESTANCIA NEW MF.X
C E. Ewing
Has located in Estancia, (office In tht
Walker Building.) He will go to Wil
lard Sunday noon and return Mondav
P. P. Jennings,
Will Practice in All Courts
Willard ... New Mexico.
If you are interested in any contest
or any matter before the Interior De
partment, write to Clark & Wright,
registered land lawyers, 902 F Street
N. W. (opposite Gen'l Land Office),
Washington, D. C. Free information
about contests and where to obtain
scrip, locatable upon public lands,
without residence or cultivation.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
" Leather Work, including Harness
and Shoe Repairing. Half euVme
a specialty. Bringjin your work
All good notcalled for in thirty days
willjbe sold forcharges,
Fiist door west of Methodist church
ESTANCIA - NEW MEX.
FRED H. AYERS
Attorney and Counselor at Law
- Office honra 9 :30 a m to i :30p ra
ESTANCIA, NEW MEXICO
"thc moving picture SHOW TONIGHT
SAID BUSTER .'VOULL AGREE
CONTAINING SCENES BOTH GAV AND BRIGHT,
13 WONDERFUL TO SEE
AND NOW TO TEACH AND TO AMUSE
IU SHOW VOU ALL JUST WHERE
the BUSTER BROWN SHOES
ARC MAOE WITH SKILL ANO CARE "
Hughes Merc. Co.
Estancia, New Mexico
PHONES 13 AND 25
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M.
Jan. 5, 1912.
Notice is hereby given thnt Hubert L.
Bainum, of Estancia, New Mexico,
who, on Morch 8, 190o and February 2S,
1911, made Homestead líntiies Nos.
01905 and OH964, for NW I-4 and SW
1-i Section 23, Township 1 N, Range 9
E, N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice
of his intention to make Fina! Five
Year Proof, to establish claim to the
land described, before William A
Brumback, U. S. Court Commissioner,
Claimant names as witnesses;
E. L. Garvin, J. W. Koukin, J. C.
Peterson, J. W. Bryant, all of Estan-
ia, N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO, Register.
Supply on hand at all times
Mill 3 miles westjof TajiqueJ fNear Ranger Station.
Save uour Tickets
The teachers and pupils of the
public schools kindly request any
patrons or pupils of the school
who have tickets on the premium
piano at Howell Mercantile Com
pany, to turn them over to the
school and vote for the school to
secure the piano for use in the
school. Your assistance will be
Appreciated. Send jour tickets
to Miss Willie Henry, secretary.
SUBSCRIPTIONS to all maga
zines, either new or renewals;
From the Record.
John W. Dawson, whose brief
obituary appeared in last week's
issue, was born in Franklin
county, Kansas., in 1868 and
died at Albuquerque January 8,
1912. He leaves a wife and three
children, his aged parents, three
brothers and four sisters to
mourn their loss. He was a
member of the Methodist church
The Mountainair gristmill
is in full swing with Messrs.
Corbett and Fulton proprietors
assisted by J. Arthur Beal.
This is an enterprise just now
in its infancy but growiug
fiverv dav with thfl nrnmisp nf
and an Odd Fellow The body.becomi important aud
Grist Mill at
for burial and was accompanied
by his family and his brother and
his sister, W. H. Dawson and
Mrs. H. G. Staley, of Progresso.
Joe Craig'slittle boy was bad
ly burned about the face by boil
ing coffee last Saturday. On
Monday the boy's little sister
fell against the hoc stove and
was badly burned about the fav:e.
Mr. Holcomb was in from
Mountainair Monday and was
surprised to find his childreu
The Dilley Bros , Ben Don
lin, Walter Reyburn and Theo
B. Dobleskey, returned Mon
day from the Mountains where
they have been getting wood
during the past week.
J. W. Corbett is among the
Mountainair people courtiDg
here this week.
permanent factor iu the com
mercial development of Mbuut
ainair. large engine is to
be installed, in the near future
to accomodate a trade that is
now showing evidences of
rapid and general expansion.
Farmers who have cribs full
of corn now have an opportun
ity of having it shelled and
ground at the cost of only a
small toll, and tbey are bring
ing it to the mill and glad to
have a mill to briug it to
ted State3 district attorney for
New Maxico. The nominations
were signed tonight and will go
to the senate when that body con
venes Monday. The nominations
of Messrs. Pope and Davis have
already been sent to the senate,
but were withdrawn because of
some opposition which developed
to the appointment of Judge
the last two years have been
hard-ones for him. He now has
a windmill, and will no doubt
arrange to irrigate a garden the
Chas. F. Easley, Chas. R. Easley,
EASLEY & EASLEY,
Attorneys at Law
Practice in the courts and I and Depart
ment. Land grants and titles examined
Santa Fe, N. M.
Branch Office, Et-tancia, N. M.
FOR SALE Team, wagon ar.d harness
cheap, for cash, or will trade for cat
tle. Horses will weigh 1200 and 900
lbs. Work anywhere. Wagon and
harness 1st class condition. O.W. Bay,
10 miles N. E. Estancia.
M NN1B BRUMBA6K
P U. S.eommlMloncr W
Notary Publle Stenographer
P Pire Insai-OBce p
A'l papers pertaining to land office work
executed with promptness and aocaracy,
Deeds, morgages and other legal documents
drawn and acknowledged.
ESTANCIA :-: NEW MEXICO
Washington, Jan. 18. -President
Taft tonight announced
that he would send to the senate
the nominations of William H.
Pope to be United States judge
and Stephen 6. Davis to be Uni-
A two year old child of W.
W. Holiday and wife who live
ten miles southwest died this
afternoon of double pneumo
nia.superinduced by whooping
The funeral will be held to
morrow afternoon about two
No doubt the Estancia Valley
has been hampered somewhat by
the fact that many of the settlers
did not know just how to handle
the dry farming propssition. E.
C. Hays relates his experience by
saying that he came from a
country where the dependence !
was upon mules and cotton and
niggers. Here, when he came '
here six years ago, there were
few mules, no cotton and no
niggers, and he didn't know
what to do, He has learned
Tularosa, Jan. 19. The dry
farmers are beginning to plow
their ground and prepare for
planting. The crops this year
are better than for a number of
Rev. H. P. Mann, a retired
Methodist minister, father of
Judge Edward A. Mann of Albu
querque, died at Phillipsburg,
Kansas, in his eightieth year.
The aged divine has visited New
Mexico several times in recent
years. New Mexican.
FOR SALE Span black mules,
15 and 16 hands high, 5 and 6
years old, weight, both. 2300
pounds. Good workers and gen
tle in stable. Inquire Francis
Goodrich, Lucia, N. M. 8 3lp
H. B. HAWKINS
Office at. Scott &Jenson'
Estancia, ' - New Mexico.
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Wanted If wanting to buy
good horses see Sam Jenson.
Postmaster Meyer has moved
into the Stone dwelling.
W. T. Ware, who cáme out
fjorn Kentucky about Christmas, i
many things in the six years.and has located on the W. W. Craw-
has raised some good crops, but ford ranch northwest of town.
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