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Ml WE SELL SCHOOL I SUPPLIES THE STORE FOR EVERYBODY Johnson Mercantile C o. DEALERS IN EVERYTHING .............. " .r.. ................ t , What a Comfort to Mothers wheii the wee oncj are tucked away snugly under Beacon Crib Blankets 1 What a satisfaction the knowl edge that baby's covering com bines the maximum of warmth with minimum weight that is absolutely sanitary that no hidden dangers to health lurk in its folds. Beacon Crib Blankets are made of a fine grade of cotton that may be washed as frequently as you like. They are always fresh and airy, yet cozy as the most exacting could wish. In plain colors and quaint nursery patterns. A change to much cooler weather brings the need for plenty of warm blankets BEACON Products make warm friends Following are some of the Famous Beacon Products on which íyou can always depend for complete satisfaction m " I we ! mm SELt: i i , SCHOOL Í! p BOOKS i! v 1 Children Need Warm Sanitary Garments They need house robes that may be tubbed frequently without im pairing their protective qualities. They need cosy, light weight wrappers. Beacon Flannels are the logical selection for such garments. They are made of cotton and can be washed without injury or shrinkage. They are warm, airy, clean, and comfortable. Their service-giving qualities are assured because the material is the same through and through the surface and interior being identical We are making a special feature of these goods at present. ROBE,, fLannel LITTLE- i Beacon Indian Blankets Beacon Camp Blankets Beacon Blankets Beacon Traveling Robes Buy Blankets you'll be proud to own at extremely low prices considering the high quality and warmth of these downy blankets Beacon Jacquard Comfortables Beacon Plaid Blankets Beacon Crib Blankets Beacon Beetle Robe Flannel KlHto of Sew Mexico, County of Union. In the District Court. Morris Ueristeln, Plaintiff. No. SS7T Joe ICInvr. David mils and lt-jsf Ullls, . . Defendants. .Notlri of Forrrlonarr Sale JudKinnt having lieen on the 15th it . of Hviitrmber, A. I., 193, rendered hi the al,ou entitled und numbered ausc by thf District Court of Union ( ounty. Sew llexlco. In favor of the Fi.'I plaintiff and aitalnst the defrnd ni?. Joe Klna., David Kills and Itoso L...IS. fur the sum of J7C1.10, with 10 per centum per annum Interest thereon from Its date until paid, together with the coats or suit, and further fórrelos. rtr the mortKAKf lien of ths plaintiffs U on and against the following le- ribed property In Union County, and Ute of New Mexico, to-wlt: North H.ilf of Southwest quarter f Bectlon 26, North halt of South east quarter. Northeast quarter of southwest quarter, east half of northwest quarter, northwest quar- r of northwest quarter of Sec 'I'm 27, In Township 0. North of Jiaim- 32 Knot, containing 120 i d 'I. daring the clulniB of the other n. !-,! d' fendants to be subject and ib' 'díñate to those of the Plaintiff, aiid the Itidtfment or decree forpolos t' if vat J mortgage naylne appointed 1 und""S!ifned aa Special Master In ! innerj'. with rllntotlon to advertise " 'J f.r'1 Mid lamls and apply the pro " In of Ld sal upon the amount of lr i 4rasnt, Interest and costs, upon t failure of the defendants to re tí . ni tald land within 90 days after '"it mber It. 1911. N' titc Is, therefor, nlven that the und' rained will. In the event said lands i nor sonner redeemed, on the 15th ' of Prcrmber, A. D. 191!, at the fill frnrt door of the Courthouse at i.tvtr-1. "nlon County, New Mexico, i 1 'io u lock In th afternoon, offer r sale. nd sell to the highest bidder f aali. the 'mis above described, or v.. much thereof ait may be necessary t.' Kitixf)' the JutlKment, Interest and ' above mentioned; and, that there "..11 be due to Morris Ileristaln, plain- ! o'i the day of Ml, the following iiiiiounts, to-wlt: Principal, t?6I.lQ: li.i. ri'st. 119.03: Costa, J2J.M, tpicether n ih the accruing cost of advertise ment and sale, and a reato abls Mas . i s fee to be fUM by the Ceurt after 1 i, n port of salt; Witness my hand this the 14th day .r September, A. D. ISM. ano. w. ourjsn. apecial Master In Chancery, etc. " 1 ' Easterweod, Attorney for l'lallltlff. Clayton. New Mexico. 9-15 10-1 NOTICE TO TJEACUK.RB:' A Heading Circle Exarriinatjon will h hold on September 30, at ihe Viunty Superintendent's Offhw. at Ihe Courl House. Alt" withing to write on the Reading Circle subjadig thus! wUm llwf. day. If Any Ml ..f r(uUiMJerel prior to 1019, please nitywMipiliately, in or der (hat I may rave time' tó order some from lit Slab Deparhnant. MAIWE M. MYEII& ?7-4 Co. SupL Tlio law requires that this be done, and you can avoid the loss of s-chool by having the children vaccinated before school begins. The law says that three vaccinations without a take is considered successful noth ing less. MAMIE M. MYEKS, 37-i (Jo. Supt. WASIIINCTON NEWS (Continued from pKe 3 ) Just now enjoying llioni.-elw-, anil tlu-y cluiui that hislury nf the past year and a half has proved dial the lariff should be left almost entirely to Ihe hand of a coinmNion, made up of experts who are free from political obligations, 'llic persist ence with which members of both hranches of Congress fought fop an "elastic" tariff was a confesión that it is ipiitc impossible under the changed order of iliing Id make n tariff law that will apply in exactly proportionate teinu this year, and next year ami the year after. An "elastic" tariff means that Iho pres ident shall he given power without special action of congress to niovrs schedules up or down to inept the changing conditions. The adjournment of congress finds Ihe merchant marine legislation de.! fei'icd. The I'rosidenl and the ship ping hoard aro solidly behind this proposition which proposes a ship mibsidy of about a million dollars a week, and the retirement of the gov ernment from the businoss of oper ating ships. This means that the entiro government business would ho sold. In (his connection a sale has just been announced by which all of tho war-built wooden ship', costing the government $300,000,000 have been sold lu Lent & Humphrey if San Francisco for $760,000. There iro 220 ships. Tho government de ficit on ship operation Is now prac Uo'ally a million dollars a week. The prtipoeitl of (ho Shipping Hoard is o gel rid of the ships hut to keep the deficit, with (he difference that Ihe great gum wlllbn imid by pri vate eo.miMinlee who ft expected tp opérale these vewel with profit to thentselve and with honor (o their wintry- lllAMI'KHOS N..TICF TO PARENTS: If .iir children have, not been vaccinated, kindly tee thai it la done Still dry. but cooler, and prospect gol Tor rain .won. a we have had a few light ahower lately. Mr, Lee KiUgerald made a busi ness trip to Clayton, Monday. Everybody from around hero at tended . the Hound-up al Amistad, and all reported a good time. Our Honorable Postmaster at Hay den, A. WyTaniior, had the misfor tune last Saturday to fall off a wind mill, arojfpyeriy hurt his face. Ho is recovering meeiy ai mis writing. As crops are short and there will be wfry !! hir!' o'r peo plu have plenty oí limo to boost for tho Hon. D. T. Hdberls. Thcro are very few in the two parties in this end of tho county that are not boost ers for the Hon. D. T., our next county sheriff again. The Haydch schools began Mon day, and Will Weckel will now be making his daily trips hauling school kids. That will be a finu job for Hill. t E. S. Cantrcll,. Ivan Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoelderlo were Clayton visitors, Monday. There was a party at the Hoelderlo ranch .Y.onday evening for the young folks in honor qt Ivan Sander, birthday. Fred 'eaid hlfW- iTo kid but likes to see all young folks have a good time, and they surely had it. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gonzales were vnlorn at the Lujan ranch, Monday. Miss Daphne Underwood was a visitor at tho Weckel ranch, Tues day. Laurcnda Garcia spent several days at Cone, with his brother and family, and calling on old acquaint ances and friends, and while there hn purchased a car. Now wo are all anxious to seo who will bo the lucky girl. Hen Dienken is fixing to sow quilo a big acreage of wheat this fall. Go lo il, Ben. SUCKEIl FLAT SHORTY CHARLES LEE HILL G. 0. P. CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR Charles Leo Hill, Republican nom inco for Governor of tho slato of Xew Mexico, was born on a farm near Woodsfiold, Monroe County, Ohio, May tho eighth, 18GÜ; ono of iwevo children born to Joseph and Hannah Whitney Hilt. He attended tho rural school dur ing tho winter months, helping with (ho farm work after school and dur ing the summer months. Coming from hardy, pioneer, Christian paronts, who believed in earning "your bread by the sweat of your brow," Mj1. Hill's boyhood days were filled with hardork. When he arrived "at tho placo where the homo rural school had taken him as far as it-could, he went to Malamoras, Ohio, and Marietta, Ohio, where he attended the grade schools, always returning home lo help with the summer farm work. He entered the Ohio College of Dental Surgery at Cincinnati, Ohio, and Oontlnjífed there until his grad uation ib 1800, Aftor he was grad uated he opened an office in Wheel ing, West Virginia, which he suc cessfully operated for twenty years. Ills signal achievement in den tistry Influenced hie brothers, five in numJier. to follow m the fool- steps' of their eldest brother, whom they looked upon as the leader of the family Ho was married in Wheeling, W. V., in 1891, to Miss Ann Richards. Two children were born (o this un ion, both of whom are living: Mrs. Tom II. Newman of El Paso, Texas; and Miss Mary Campbell Hill, al home with her parents. In tho early spring of 11)07, Charles Leo Hill ami family migrated to New Mexico, whore ho purchased a thousand acres of land. At tho time of the purchase of this land, it was a virgin wilderness. Today it is in a high stale of cultivation with al falfa as the nrnicinal markoting crop. The entire acreage is under Ihe Elephant Unite Irrigation sys tem, which insures plenty of water the year round. Seventy-five acres havo been nlotted for iho townsito. which like the poslofico and rail road station is named for the found er, HILL. An additional twenty-fivo acres, known as tho First Subdivision of Hill, New Mexico, has been plotted for the Spanish-American popula tion. Hero homes for tho native workers havo been built which has improved their living conditions, as formerly many dwelt in tho native "hackal" without proper light and ventilation. Hero in this native settlement, Mr. Hill has donated fifteen town lots lo tho Dioceso of tho Roman Catholic church upon which a Catholio church and priost's residence will bo built. A new public school building was eomnleted within the past year and the nativo children aro enjoying the privileges wliicli ll arrortw, wnicn includo manual training for tho boys and sowing for tho girls. It is as tonishing how eagerly those children grasp (beso Opportunities. In developing this land, Mr. Hill has dono much lo better conditions ovcry way for his nativo employees and they appreciating this fact, bail him ns (heir honored "natron." vAll thoso betterments were the work of one man. Mr. Hill boing solely re sponsible for those improvements. Recently an 'Episcopal church, St. Mary's-at-Hill, hs been built. It is an attractive structure of native ra bal or cobblestone and Goihic in style of architecture. . For tho holding of lectures, on lertalnmenls and dances a olubhousp has boon purchased, and In tho com munity has its social-iife. Tho community can boast of á splendid general storo and poslof floe, railroad stalwn with good ship ping faolllties and iJULL with its many tree ami ppeity home, silk ualad on the direct highway b9r tween Albuquerque and BI Pato, ire- senU a eene of unusual beauty. Here 11 h that r. iim ñas muu a modern ranch homelnd where he and his family rexidayWr. Hill lias given his personal auwUion to his fields A huge barn which lores the alfalfa n'op ta Inca'c t a' t-uch a point on tho ranch that Mr. Hill personally inspenla and weighs it in and oul all the alfalfa of the season's crop. Ho takes special pride in gar den truck, specializing in sweet corn and Kentucky Wonder beans. Ho had been told neither of these could be grown successfully In New Mex ico, but by his personal attention (o the seed and soil and water, he has had nhcnomcnal success with these two vegetables. Mr. Hill has been a tireless work er in the Republican parly for mat 7 yearn, not as an offico lioktts-. out preferring to support his fiieuds for any such honors. His activities as an offico holder have been confined to that of Com missioner of tho Dona Ana Com inunily Ditch and President of Iho Hoard of Regents of "New Mexico Agricultural and Mechanic Arls Col lego, which position he has held for several years under three governors and which he still holds. This nomination was not his seek ing. Since it has been tendered him, ho will strive, if elected, lo givo lo the people, the same diligent, care ful work and service that has char acterized his personal offorts In tho successful development of a thou sand acres of raw land, the accom plishment of Which was secured aft er many obstacles had been mot and overcome. Tho rcsulls obtained aft er years of patient work have all been worth while. Mr. Hill is of the conservativo type of man, having achieved sucenss in Iho business world, principally bo cause ft his sympathetic and gentío naturo and good sound judgmout of men and conditions in general. FOR SALE OR TRADE Fordson Tractor and 3-disr. John Dcoro Plow, bought new this spring. Will tako in good car. See James Harris, Gronvillo. N. M. 39-3 AI. K. SOUTH SERVICES Sunday School at Iho M. E. South church, will meet Sunday, Sept. ai, back in Iho cliim-h, at 0:15, as it is too cool I o meet under Ihe taber nacle. Epwnrlh League in church al 0:30 P. M. Preaching at tho M. K. Church, 11 A. M. and 7:lf P. M, con tinuing revival, Hoptisls and both Mollinilihts combining. Ondule I ser vice Wednesday nighl of meeting. PASTtHl OF LOCAL CIIL'HCII RESIGNS OCT. 1ST J. V. I.unsford, who lias been min uter of the Christian Churoh for Iho past three years, handed bis resigna tion lo the Church board Lb first of September- and asfctd Ul It be awepled fof October IaL The board accepted Ihe resignation and are planning lo secure a very prominent mlnixler from Colorado to fill their pulpit I &, Mr. Lunufwd lttft nfwl''requei'ii'l lo consider other wo-k fur immr d'al' 'Wg'"! T' I' ' W'H rtrr J ,T ir" Clayton until next spring, at which timo ho will possibly take up his work again. In the meantime ho will continue to edit Tho News. G.O.P. NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR STATES POLICY Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 30. Writ ing to Organized Farming, official journal of tho Dona Ana County Farm Bureau, Charles Leo Hill, Re. publican nominee for governor oí icw .iioxico, says in 111s siaicmem of policy: "Agriculture, Including livestock, is (bo chief source of wealth in New Mexico. For fifteen years I havo been developing it large irrigated farm, in the Mesilla Valley, anil have been closely associated with live- slock iulorcsls. Therefore, I believe that these basic industries must be protected and given a chanco to grow, so that all classes in the state may prosper. "Tho farmer anil' the. lango man must work closer lutielher in pfdei to increase our herd- and proic-t '.h'.in from drouth ai'd oyer-ci own ing. Drainage and ltrigaiion wui bo fostered. Development of min ing must bo encouraged. Our na tional wonders, scenic attractions, and our historical, ethnological and archaeological treasures must bo advertised. "To llitise problems of construc tion and development I will dovotQ all my energy and power of thought. With tho abolishment of uscloss stale offices; strict business admin istration in tho capital and rigid economy in tho stale budget, in which I expect lo liavo the assist ance tho-oxperls of tho Taxpayors' association; it is my fond hopo and ambition that wc can ros toro the hundred million dollar loss in slate valuation and increase it to tho end that our schols, roads and public wolfaro movomonls wisely anil eco nomically administered may con tinuo to keep paco with othor great uommenwaal'hs of this nation." Which is Right'.' "Whal happens when a man's temperature goes down as low as it can go?" "He gets cold feet," answered the small pupil. GHIGHESTERS PILLS DIAMOND . 5 BRAND IsV M Republican State Ticket For tho United States Senate STEPHEN B. DAVIS, JR. , San Miguel County For tho House of Representatives--MRS. ADELINA OTERO-WARREN Santa Fo County For Govornor C. L. HILL Dona Ana County For Lieutenant-Governor s , EUFRACIO GALLEOOS Harding County For Justice of the Suprpme Court R. P. BYRNES Bernalillo Courtly . For Commissioner of Public Lands FRITZ MULLER . " Santa Fo County For Secretary of Stale J. A, DES GEORGES Taos County For Slato Auditor HILARIO DELGADO - Santa Fo County For Stale Treasurer ' O. A. MATSON Bornalillo Cour.ly ror Attorney Gonernl A. A. SEDILLO nnrnallllo COunty For Supt. nf Public Instruction"' MRS. MAUD BLANEY Lincoln County For Corporation Commissioner P. H. HILL Rio Arriba County POLITICAL ANNO UNCEMEMT I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination of County Assessor, subject to decision of the Dsmooratio County Convention, A. N. C0RNEIL. Hamomd wand nixa ta in adl Sift? ""J." staled wli MucfQ) (am Taki no otbsv. tu itmrf Brassbl Mk rF CHI.cintt.TCui V BIJ.11 ON I) RttANU PILL. ft twutr-8 jrs rtcsnUd ss Bet t.8lcit, Alntys ReUsM. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS SÍL1 EVEBYWKFBE POLITICAL. ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announce myself a can didate for tho nomination of Coun ty Assessor, subject to the action of tho Republican Convention, to be held October 11th. LirniHR' GEORGE In Chicago m UnjBgplier out or every tea nwrrtse her employer, AM UHt dHte hU dlalalion. MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD FARMS. V.. E. HARTLEY CLAYTON, NEW MEX.