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Good milk cow for sale Ben Young. Need glasses? See Dr. H. T. Wichman, Estancia. Lost, in town Saturday, a cro cheted belt. Mrs. Ben Young. Long ti-ie real estate farm loans negotiated.-Fred H. Ayers For Sale, yearling and two-year-old Hereford Bulls. -The Titsworth Company, Capitán, N. M. Fr. Dekeuwer will be here next Sunday morning and will hold Mass in the Catholic church at 7:30. E. L. Garvin went to Texas last week on a cattle buying ex pedition, and returned with two car loads. George Pope is putting up a bungalow cottage on the east end of the Munshower lots. It will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs, Heliums. W. H. Ligon will preach at Cedar Grove on Sunday, August 26, 11 a. m. Subject: The Sab bath Question. Everyone in vited to attend. The district assembly of the Pentecostal Church of the Naz arene convenes today in Moriarty and laBts over the 19th. General Superintendent E. F. Walker is in charge. Miss Annie Porter left last week for a short visit at her old home in Indiana. She made the trip principally to see a cousin who, after three months training has been commissioned a lieuten ant and ordered to France. Hello! Farmers and Stockmens Bank,, when can I get a state ment of my account, including today's deposits? The answer will always be: "Your state ment will be ready in two min utes. Shall we mail it, or will you call for it?" H. G. Souder, who located at Encino a year ago last spring, has sold his interests there to C. L. Creighton, and passed through Estancia Monday on his way to Albuquerque. Mrs. Souder sus tained an injury soon after lo cating at Encino and has been in the hospital ever since. She is now in Albuquerque. J. A. Cobb, a former resident of the county, now living near Butler in western Missouri, writes that they have had plen ty of .rain in that country and crops are good. His wheat made 28 bushels per acre, which at the present price of $2.55 a bushel there is pretty good. Mr. Cobb says he expects to come back to Torrance county some time. C. M. Milbourn, a member of the county board of education, informs us that, as mentioned last week, the board took action designating the schools at Estan cia, Mountainair and Willard as county high schools. Under the law this makes tuition free in all of these high schools to any pu pil of the county holding an eighth grade graduation certifícate. HOME MADE POETRY Pork and beans 'Mid homelike scenes, Food for stalwart men. In jars of stone. They bake alone. Enough for eight or ten. Sealed up tight. Clear out of sight, The flavor's all kept in. When served up hot From the steaming pot, Their way they're sure to win. Then along with these, To help to please, And bring that gladsome feel, We have cooked foods And bakery goods To make a full square meal. Get these things at meal time and take them home in conven ient carriers. It saves work. And then there's bread and cakes and pics and doughnuts and buns and rolls and cookies and lots of other nice things and the popular cafeteria lunch. You get just what you want to eat with no waste for things you do not like. THE COOKERY 2d door north of Post Office, Telephone 45, Estancia, N. M. J. C. Peterson made a trip to rtiuuquerque this week. J. M. Milbourn went to Santa re Tuesday on business. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Campbell, Aug. 15, a son. For sale, single buggy with canopy top, cheap. Call at this oliice. E H. W. Spain left Tuesday for Winslow, Arizona, where he Will work fnr thn Santa Fa roil. road company. For Salp. fnnr ornnrl millr nrma one fresh, one fresh in Novem- Der. twn TOlth rama of oiAa inis stock is all young and well ureu. j. w. walker, Lucy, N. M, A deeded place cheap for sale, a little shnrf onñcr Ififlrt vorHo long. If well composed this ad will run until sold. Apply to owner.-VV. J. Hollis, Estancia, N. M. Gus Dunn, who sold his place north of Mountainair last fall ana returned to Texas, is back again and has bought a farm within a mile of the one he sold. Roland Harwell went to the northern part of the state Tues day to look after agricultural ex tension work. He will be ab sent about three weeks, and upon his return the Harwells will move to Las Cruces. Preparations are coiné1 forward for entertaining the Santa Fe trade excursionists who are to visit us Saturday, and it is ex pected that we will be able to make them feel that they are visiting triends and neighbors. Richard Strong is our new county agent, and he is now on the job. Mr. Strong is a native of Mora county, New Mexico, and is a graduate of the Colorado Agricultural College at Fort Col lins. For the past few years he has been engaged in dry farm work in western Oklahoma. Wanted, careful Kodak finish ing by skilled photographers. Twice daily service. Remem bersatisfaction guaranteed. Send your finishing to a reliable, established firm. We pay re turn postage on finishing. Han na & Hanna, Master Photograph ers, Albuquerque, N. M. Barney Freilinger is having a new well drilled at his dwelling in town, and will put in ap pliances for irrigating the plot. It is his intention to raise some trees and grass and flowers. Who will be next? Mr. Freilin ger has just finished a couple cf wells on his stock ranch south; east of town, where he got plen; ty of good water. Remember Our services to customers in placing you in touch with buyers or sellers of live stock are free. See our list before buying. Farmers and Stockmens Bank. For Sale. 250 yearling heifers, 100 cows and calves, calves all heifers, 50 yearling steers, also some grade Hereford bulls. A. J. Green. NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN' ever receive the proper balance of food ' to sufficiently nourish both body and brain during the growing period when nature's demands are greater than in. mature life. This is shown in so many pale faces, lean bodies, frequent colds, I and lack of ambition. I For all such children we say with unmistakable earnestness: They need Scott's Emulsion, and need it now. It possesses in concentrated form the very food elements to enrich their blood. It changes weakness to strength ; it makes mem siuruy ana strong. No alcohol. 6cott & Bowne, Bloomfield. Jí. J. HUDSON SUPER-SIX I have taken the agency for the Hudson Super-Six cars, and will be pleased to make demon strations for prospective buyers. -A. W. Lyttle. 50,000 Bean Bags. J. J. White of Mountainair has i bought 50,000 9-oz. bean batra 36x41, which he will sell at low- j est possible figure. See him and supply your needs in time. has, Sawey Transfer Agent for CONTINENTAL OILS HND GAS Form-a-Truck Service. Trunk Hauling Between Towns. Offiice with Valley Auto Co. HANDS, ARMS, LINK ASLEEP And Was Ron-Down, Weak and Nervous, Says Florida Lady. Five Bottles of Cardui Made Her Well. Kathleen, na. Mrs. Dallas Prine, of this place, says: "After the birth of my last child... I got very much run-down and weakened, so much that I could hardly do anything at all. I was so awfully nervous that I could scarcely endure the 4past noise. My condition was getting worse all the time... I knew I must have some relief or I would soon be In t' bed and In a serious condition fo: felt so badly and was so nervous t weak I could hardly live. My husband asked Dr. about my takln Cardui. He said, 'It's a good medicine, and good for that trouble', so he got me 5 bot tles... After about the second bottle I felt greatly Improved... befone taking it my limbs and hands and arms would go to sleep. After taking it, however, this poor circulation disap peared. My strength came back to Eie and I was soon on the road to ealth. After the use of about 5 bot tles, I could Io all my house-work and attend to my six children be sides." You can feel safa la giving Cardui a thorough trial for your troubles. It contains no harmful or habit-forming drugs, but Is composed of mild, vege table, medicinal ingredients with no bad after-effects. Thousands of women have voluntarily written, telling of the gpod.Car,dui has done them. H Should help you, too. Try it. B NEW BUILDINGS ADDED EQUIPMENT A STRENGTHENED FACULTY THESE ARE INDUCEMENTS SUFFICIENT TO ATTRACT YOUR ATTENTION TO The University of New Mexico At Albuquerque But in addition to Its rapidly expanding physical equipment your State University has now become An All-Year University Fall and winter, spring and summer, tho University plant will be in full operation with all departments at work on regular courses lead inK to degrees. Tho University will open for the 1917-1918 collego year on Mon day October 1st, instoad of in August, as in the past, and will bo in oueration for forty-eight weeks of six working days each. This all year schedule makes possible the following favorable opportunities fr vou may pursue your college work for six months of each year, earn money the other six months, continue your courses undisturbed, and graduate in five years. You may continue your college work the full forty-eight weeks and eraduate In three years. The now schedule is arranged in periods of three months each. Thus It Is adapted to the special needs of those who must earn their way as well as those who are needed on farms at certain .seasons, or who wish to teach or have business connections to maintain. The Vnlversitv adapts its schedule to the special needs of the student, In stead of requiring the student to adapt his circumstances to the Unl- VPr9For8 DecaMnforuiation as to the advantages this new schedule offers in YOUR PARTICULAR CASE, write today to David R. Boyd. President, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. M. 1918 "t3 Price is $406.20 f. o. b. Estancia, N. M, same as last year. The only car that did not raise in price. Same car, same price. We are now ready to take your order, which must be given at least 30 days before delivery. If you want a car in September, October or Novem ber, give us your order now. This will insure you prompt delivery when ready for the car. Under directions of the Ford Motor Co. we are open ing a Ford Service Station equipped with Ford ma chinery and tools made by the Ford Motor Co. espec ially for Ford Service Stations. With this outfit we can do the same work done on Fords in Detroit or Denver. This equipment is for Ford service only. We will not do shop work on oth er makes of cars, but will give tire service and have free air for everybody. We want all Ford owners to call and learn about this new Ford service system. Valley Auto So. W. H. PRQE Agent for Case Tractors, Threshers, and all kinds of farm machinery. Better see me and save money. For Sale or Trade Steam bean threshing outfit, gas bean thresh ing outfit, automobile all good, all cheap. i ESTANCIA REALTY COMPANY I H. C. WILLIAMS, Manager 1 Estancia, tí. M. ' al .i; Estancia Valley Farms and New Mexico Stock Ranch- Eg 5 es, large and small, improved and unimproved. jn 4 Write us your wants. If its farming or grazing land, 2 WE HHVE IT IE alai all all auatlat all aU at! ail aU at! aJaUaJaJ Gloves and Hosiery If you haven't seen our line of gloves and hosiery, you should look it over. We'll be glad'to show you. Headquarters for Groceries KEMP BROS. l'HONffi 12 51 JOSEPH COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ST. JOSEPH. MO. Conducted by the Christian Brothers. Ideal school home for boys and young men. Preparatory and full commercial courses. Special facilities afforded Spanish sneaking students to learn the English lan guage. For prospectus, terms and further particu lars, address St' Joseph Commercial College 13th and Henry Sts., St. Joseph, Mo.