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Estancia News-Herald Published every Thursday . A. CONSTANT, Editor and Owner Entered as second class matter January 11, 1907, in the postofflce at Estancia, N. M., under the Act of Congress of March 8, 1870. Subscription $2.00 a year Official Paper of Torrance County. I Fo'ffi -n Advertising Representative ! Tl IE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY W. C. WEBER, M. D. Phyiician and Surgeon MORIARTY, NEW MEXICO Phone 27 Morlarty. DR. J. H. WIGGINS Physician and Surgeon Office in rear of Estancia Sav- ( ings Bank Building j Phone 9 Estancia, N. M. FRED H. AYERS Attorney and Countetor at Law ESTANCIA, NEW MEXICO Office hours 9:30 A. M. to 4:80 P. M. C. E. EWING Dentist ESTANCIA. NEW MEXICO Office hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Office in Ayers Building DR. J. A. STEVENS D. V. M. Veterinarian Located at Mountainair, New Mexico Treat all diseases of domestic ani mals.Will be in Estancia every Mon day and Tuesday. Consultation and examination free when brought to office. W. DRAYTON WASSON Attorney at Law ESTANCIA, NEW MEXICO Will practice in all Courts of New B. H. CALKINS Licensed Surveyor Surveys, General Engineering, Maps Plats, Blue-prints 612 So. 8th St. Estancia, N. M. Albuquerque, N. M. KENNETH K. SIMMONS Lawyer State and Federal Courts Estancia, N. M. FARM LOANS See me for long time loans on farm lands. D. W. JENNINGS Hinman's Barber Shop. Estancia, N. M. FOR ABSTRACTS SEE NEW MEXICO ABSTRACT CO. BONDED JAS. J. HALL, Manager Estancia, N. M. Estancia Lodge No. 33 , A. F. and A. M. Estancia, N. M. Regular communica t i o n Wednesday night on or before full moon each month. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend. A. B. HALE, W. M. B. G. ROBERSON, Sec. CCTAMflA fif onrl third Monday night each month over Farmers and Stockmens Bank. All Odd Fellow! cordially invited to attend. NEAL JENSON, N. G. A. B. WEAVER, Sec. CAMP NO. 51 W- O. W. Meets second land fourth Thursday nights over Farmers and Stockmens Bank, Estancia. THOMAS CAIN, C. C. H. V. LIPE, Clerk. Raymond T. Sanchez General Merchandise Wagon Yard All Kinds oi ieea Lend for Sale Chilili, N. M MR. DAIRYMAN Ship us your cream direct. We pay all express charges and your cream check will amount to about $1.00 more per can, EL PASO CREAMERY CO. NURSERY STOCK Headquarters for Western grown trees, shrubs and roses. Write for catalog. Denver Nursery and Orchard Co. 4226 Zuni TVnver, Colorado R. J. & R. cordovan shoes on English last for men at $4.75 and $5.50. Can you beat it? & V. S. Co. Mr. Pep And it's a very bad practice STYLISH SCHOOL SHOES That are Serviceable as Well Our stocks of juvenile foot wear are complete to the last detail. Those parents who in the past have supplied the children's needs from this store know they practiced real economy. To those who have not we can only urge you to see for yourself the advan tages offered in style, service able quality and price. "Get It At Terry's J. M. Terry's Cash Store The Store of Quality and Service L,OCAX, ITEMS City residences for sale. H. C. Williams. Wallace Transfer and stor age at M. & M. Garage. Carl Sherwood made a busi ness trip to Pueblo the first of the week. C. E. Gamble of Tucumcari spent Christmas here visiting his little son. For rent, furnished and un furnished rooms. Inquire at candy factory. For sale, quarter section of good bean land. George P. Davis, Mcintosh. F. R. Holloway, who left here about two months ago os tensibly to buy goods, has not been heard from. Last week the sheriff took possession of the stock of goods at the in stance of jobbers of Albuquer que and Santa Fe who had un paid bills against Holloway for goods. As of yore the E. V. S. Co. will extend rredit tn its niia- tomers when credit is needed this means its customers the man who trades here whgn ne nas tne casn. uur business will be carried on somewhat different.lv than in . the nnst. Thirty day customers will be i j i i i ireaieu wnn me same consid eration as before. For longer credit see the management. E. V. S. Co. Thomas C. Van Stone of Santa Fe, a first year student in the engineering school, has won one of the scholarships of fered at Harvard by the As sociated Harvard Clubs, his name appearing in the an nouncement of annual award, just issued. A total of 309 men from every part of the country received awards this year by virtue of distinguished scholarship or other special qualifications. Seventy-five of the scholarships are honorary and without stipend, while the other 234 carry financial aid varying from $150 to $600 each, and amounting in all to more than $60,000. Thirty two of the successful under graduates won scholarships of fered by Harvard clubs in va rious parts of the United States. Santa Fe New Mexi can. Tanlac, the celebrated medi cine, is now sold by Estancia Drug Co. sMSMssssMsaasssssBsm For service car call Sherwood's Garage, phone 16. 0. S. Gilliland. Gramma hay for sale. B. L. Hues. For good building sites in Estancia, see H. C. Williams. Good used cars for sale or exchange. X & M. Garage. For sale, house and lot in north part of town. Price $700. A. Booth. Don't wait till the big snow get some overshoes now. E. V. S. Co. For sale, manure, 25c a load delivered. Jack Welch at Cavalry stables. I have for sale a few good work horses, cheap. G. W. Felton, Mcintosh. Please remember if you have a library book out to return it in time for invoicing. Miss Genivieve Campbell was taken yesterday to Las Veeras asylum for treatment. For sale, 6-horse gasoline engine, l'a-horse engine, wood saw, corn mill. J. W. Wagner. A good time to buy a supply of patterns your choice of 30c or 35c Datterns for 20c. at The Novelty. Beans went to $3.90 during the past week, and several cars were shipped out. There are still a few coming in. Cochran's meat market, rear of Berkshire Hotel. Full line of fresh and salted meats. Get our prices before you buy. Will take eggs, poultry and beans in exchange for auto mobile repairs, parts and ac cessories, gasoline and oils. M. & M. Garage. Men's and boys' suits are becoming a specialty with us. You can't beat those Curlee clothes for the money. E. V. S. Co. New Flour, Bran, Brown Shorts and White Shorts. Quality of everything is guar anteed. Our prices are right. Estancia Valley Flour Mills, Estancia, New Mexico. Tie up in 1922 with a well established business one that will be here many years to come. We invite your patron age. E. V. S. Co. A. T. Cochran has bought Homer Berkshire's meat mar ket, now located in the rear of the Berkshire Hotel. Mr. Coch ran will handle a full line of meats and meat market sup plies. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Staley are moving this week to their farm near Progresso. Mr. Sta ley has a bunch of livestock there, and concluded to move back to the farm and take care of them himself. By request of Postmaster Alimón all parties holding filled or partly filled thrift cards should present them for exchange by Saturday night, December 31st. Their use will be discontinued .after that date and are not redeemable. A. T. Cochran, who bought the Berkshire Hotel a few weeks ago, has extensive im provements under way. He will put in a plate glass front and make a big, comfortable lobby. He will also put in an electric light system for the entire house. We want to thank our friends for the large holiday business we enjoyed the past few weeks. It bespeaks con fidence in us and we assure you our efforts in 1922 will be towards prompt and efficient service and the lowest possible prices consistent with our usual standard of quality E. V. S. Co. A good time to buy a supply of patterns your choice of 30c or 35c patterns for 20c, at The Novelty. Choice Estancia town lots for sale by H. C. Williams. Our Aim Is SERVICE WITH A SMILE We give our customers the service .they have a right to expect, making it unnecessary for them to go elsewhere for a part of their work. Our lat est addition is battery charging. We also do acetylene welding. Remember we sell Vesta Bat teries, guaran teod 18 months. None better. McDonald's Garage Lots for sale. See H. C. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Woodall are moving this week to their new home. DeWitt Wills came over from Albuquerque to visit dur ing the vacation. Mrs. A. F. Roberts of Sa betha, Kansas, came in this morning for a visit with rela tives. A good time to buy a supply of patterns your choice of 30c or 35c patterns for 20c, at The Novelty. The weather continues warm and dry. There was a good rain in the mountains Sunday, but none in 'the valley. For sale, 1 500 pound Duroc Jersey boar 2 years old, 1 two row lister planter, 1 Moline 14 disc harrow. A. F. Allard George Pope came in from a trapping expedition yester day. He says coyotes and cats are scarce and scattering. A. T. Cochran has under consideration the erection of a new building adjoining the Berkshiré Hotel on the north. J. N. Burton, Dr. Wiggins and Dr. Ewing went to Santa Fe Tuesday, having been sum moned as witnesses in a law suit. Mr. Hairston of the Estancia Drug Co. has bought an elec tric light plant for the drug store, and will have it ready ! for use soon. Tanlac, that celebrated medicine, makes you eat bet ter, feel better, sleep better and work better. Sold by Es tancia Drug Co. Miss Pauline Myer came over from Albuquerque the first of the week to visit her father, Mr. Myer of the Myer Stanton Mercantile Co. Mrs. Eva Watson is ready for city water to be turned on. She is the first one to have her plumbing completed and ready for the water. Ira Alimón got a nice Christ mas present from his friend, Warren G. Harding. It was a commission as postmaster at Estancia for a term of four years. County Health Officer Wig gins was called to Palma last Saturday, and there found there had been two deaths from diphtheria and also found three infected families all among native people. Agents have been working the county during the past week or two selling acetylene light plants. They have sold a good many, and shortly there will be a number of brilliantly illuminated stores and dwell ings. Julian Drey fuss of the Ju lian Dreyfus Co. and J. Man dell of the Mandell-Dreyfuss Co., both of Albuquerque, came over yesterday for a vis it with Mr. Myer of the Myer- Stanton Co. Mr. Myer and Mr. Mandell were formerly business associates. Vicente Artiaga of Capitán was before Justice Baker the first of the week charged with stealing a horse from a Mr. Garcia of Manzano. He was found with the horse in his possession. He waived pre liminary trial and was held to the grand jury under bond of $500. Ray Burrus was charged with carrying a gun, but was acquitted by a jury. The Moriarty Milling Co. will grind your meal, will chop your, corn, cob and all, will sell you meal if your grocer does not handle it, will send by mail and will buy. your corn and oats. Tanlac has the largest sale of any medicine in the world. Over Twenty Million bottles have been sold in six years. No other medicine has ever ap proached it as a seller. Es tancia Drug Co. McDONALD-DAVIS On Christmas Day at high noon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. McDonald, Bro. Grant per formed a very impressive ring ceremony which united Miss Gladys May McDonald and Madison Davis in the holy bonds of matrimony. The room was beautifully decorated in Christmas tinsel and a huge wedding bell under which the ceremony was pro nounced. Miss Myrtle McDonald, sjs ter of the bride, and Miss Fern Sanders were bridesmaids. Mr. John Ingle, cousin of the bride, and Mr. C. N. Waldron acted as best men. Mrs. Pew played the wedding march. The bride looked very at tractive in a navy blue tri cotine elaborately beaded. She has lived a number of years in the McDonald district and has a hosLof friends who wish her a long and happy married life. Many beautiful and useful wedding presents were re ceived. The father of the bride surprised the couple by placing a ten dollar gold piece under each plate. The guests were relatives of the bride and groom, number ing forty-seven in all. Immediately after the cere mony the dining room doors were thrown open and a deli cious dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will be at home with Mr. Davis' par ents for a time. I Monday Mr. and Mrs. Davis i parents of the groom, served Ian infare dinner for the rela tives and waiters. Twenty-six !were present. J. D. Sheets, the Stanley well driller, has cleaned out the town well and put in per forated casing at the bottom. It is believed that the well is now in first class shape. The pump and engine will be set very soon, and then the water system will be ready for ser vice. MISS NORRIS ENTERTAINS Miss Mary Norris gave five o'clock dinner Wednesday evening. The following were her guests: Senator Ayers, wife and baby, Rev. McBride and family, Rev. and Mrs. Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Harrison. The evening was an unusually pleasant one. SILVERTON special Correspondence. J. F. Allard and T. N. Strong helped to paper the school building Tuesday. Leo May left last Thursday for his old home in Illinois where he expects to farm the coming year. W. S. Buckner lost a horse Tuesday night with blood poison. Cash Prices. Beginning with new year: Men's Vi soles nailed on $1.00 Ladies' soles nailed on 75c Rubber heels, men's and ladies' 50c Military heels, ladies' 75c Men's fiber heels $1.00 R. B. Cochran. Notice. All accounts due me over 30 days will be placed in the hands of a collector Jan. 1st, 1922. R. B. Cochran, For Sale, Oliver disc plow for tractor. J. W. Davia. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Furnished by NEW MEXICO ABSTRACT CO. (Bonded Abstracters) Estancia, New Mexico December 19, 1921. Final Certificates Robert L. Richardson, nw',4 21- 2-7. Fielden T. Meadows, swUnwU 26-6-7. U. S. Patents George W. Beck, lots 0 and 7, e sw, wVfcsett 6-3-10. Refugio Lucero y Luna e 13-1-12. OUR NEIGHBORS IN SANTA FE Tell New af Intorett to Newi-Her Santa Fe is not far away. All that happens there is of interest to us here. Read what this Santa Fe resident says about Uoans Money d;ii anA nrnfit. hv his exDerience. Estancia readers cannot ask for more convincing testimony. W. R. Baird, 407 San Francisco St., Santa Fe, New Méx., says: "I v.ntu,.Ar! a W. with kidnev trouble. I often had backaches and pains through my shoulders. Rheu matic pains in my limbs and joint? knew the trouble was caused by my kidneys so 1 usea uoan s jmu ney Pills. They were just the remedy for me and promptly re lieved me of all aches and pains. rnce cue, at an aeuiera. w"u i simply ask for a kidney remedy t rinnn's Kirlnev Pills the same that Mr. Baird had. Foster-Mil- burn Co., Mfrs., iiutiaio, w. x. 3ÍH Don't Put It Off The making of your will, and the naming of your executor and trustee is not a matter of tomorrow but of today. It is a recognized fact that these positions can be filled for the best protection of the family's future by a trust company. Write us today for our interesting little booklet: "Safeguarding Your Family's Future," and full details of this important function. FIRST SAYINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY ALBUQUERQUE N. M. "The bank of safety plus service" P PASTIME THEATER Date of Programs and Name of Picture Dec. 29 Sharkmaster by Frank Mayo. Dec. 31 King of the Cucus For Sale Int. News Jan. 3 Who was the Man? Prohibition Monkey , Truck Horse Bandit On account of dance Dec. 31 show starts promptly at seven. JOHNSON'S Lost. On Dec. 12th a tan leather traveling bag was lost on the road between Willard and Es tancia. Contents included la ies' clothes, also boys' clothes ages 16, 6 and 3 years. Also some kodak pictures and two rolls of film, and other articles. Finder please notify Mr. W. A. Sylvester of Moriarty, New Mexico, Box 205. Will receive reward. M. E. CHURCH NOTICES On Friday evening, Decem ber 30, a concert and enter tainment will be given at the M. E. church by Miss Crowl of Monte Vista. Lo orado, a mu sical conservatory graduate ana by Miss Marceline Arm strong, of the Estancia high school English department. miss Armstrong will give read ings from the stories of Booth Tarkington. You better come. JNew Year Sunday services: 9:45 A. M. Bible school. 11:00 A. M. The Sacra ment of the Lord's Supper. 3:00 P. M. Preaching at Tajique school house. b :30 P. M. Enworth League. 7:30 P. M. Bov Srnnt Spr. vice. The following nrntrram is arranged for Week of Prayer: Monday, Jan. 2 Thanks giving and Confession. Lead er, Miss Mary Norris. iuesday, Jan. 3 The ÍHE MYER-STANTON MERCANTILE GO. Í "The Store With We have a store full of bargains in clothing, dresses, all kinds of ladies' and gents ready-to-wear, shoes, hats, trunks, suit cases, groceries, etc. Don't send away for your goods buy them at home. We give you New York prices and guarantee satisfaction. You don't have to wait and guess you see what you are buying. Come and be Convinced Start the New Year Right t MYER-STANTON "The Inventors of Low Prices" ESTANCIA, NEW MEXICO tlf. I Church Universal. Leader J. E. iHinman. Wednesday. Jan. 4 Na tions and Their Leaders. Lead-' er, Kev. R. E. Farley. Thursday, Jan. 5 Foreign Missions. Leader. Mrs. Min nie Mason. Friday, Jan. 6 Education and the Church Home. Lead er, Prof. B. G. Wills. Saturday, Jan. 7 Home Missions. Leader, Rev. Ira L. Ludwick. (Meetings at 7:30 P. M.) STRIKE OIL AT GALISTEO? They've struck oil in the Wood well near Galisteo. A. B. Renehan received a message today to the effect that the grease was encoun tered at 2,340 feet, flowing enough to fill up the slush pit. No further details were re ceived but it is rumored the well is to be shot at once and the owners believe they have struck the fluid in commercial quantities and the well will be a real producer. New Mexi can. ! "A MESSAGE TO 1000 SOULS" Baptist Church If you live in Estancia or anywhere in this community my New Year's message Sun day at 11 o'clock on "The Threefold Secret of a Great Life" is . intended for you. Whether you are a Christian or not perhaps you are inter ested in character building. Do you have a home? What kind of a home? Are you proud of your home? If you are concerned at all about your home hear the pastor Sunday evening at 7 o'clock on "Dedicating the Home Nest." This closes the series, best for the last. We urge the par ents to come, no criticism to offer but I want to tell you some things that are happen ing around here. IRA HARRISON, Pastor. a Conscience"