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Estancia News, 1904-1921

New Mexico Historical Newspapers

7-20-1906

Las Nuevas de la Estancia, 07-20-1906

P. A. Speckmann

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Las

Nuevas

de

stancia.

Tomo

II.

Estancia,

Nuevo

Méjico,

20

de

Julio

1906.

Numero

40.

Junta

Republicana.

La

Educación.

Junta

en Willard.

Aviso.

El

dia

16

en

Willard,

hubo

Deseo

por este

anunciar

á

todos

los

que concierne

que

tengo

mi

tanque

para baños

listo para

uso en mi

rancho al

sur

de

Estancia,

y

que

tengo

suficiente agua

á

mano

para

todos

las

partidas

que sean

ba-ñadas

aquí.

Estoy preparado

para dar

los

baños

en

confor-midad

con la

ley

del

territorio,

y

las

regulaciones

prescritas

por

el

cuerpo

de

sanidad

de

ovejas.

Los

precios

son

regu-lares.

Diríjanse

á mi en

Es-tancia.

Felix

Gurule.

Los

republicanos

del

concia

do de

Torrance están por este

llamados

á

reunirse

á

una

jun-ta

republicana

que

sera

tenida

en

Estancia,

el

dia

80

de

Julio,

1906,

á las

11

de la

mañana,

con

el fin

de

nombrar

comisi-one- s

centrales

de

precinto,

de

aquellos precintos

que no

tien-en

sus

comisiones

centrales

nombrados

y

para

transar

ta-jes

otros asuntos que

sean

para

el

bien

y

adelanto

del

partido.

Los

electores republicanos

del

condado

y

todos aquellos

que creen

en

los

principios

del

partido

republicano,

y

endor-san su

politica, están

cordial-ment- e

invitados

á

reunirse

bajo

ésta llamada para

tomar

paiie

en las

transacciones

de

la

dicha

junta.

( Vida

un

precinto

estará

in-titulado

á dos

delegados

que

lo

representen

en

dicha

junta

excepto

el

Manzano

y

Pinos

Wells,

los

cuales mandarán

tres

delegados cada

uno.

(La

Handera.)

No

debemos despreciar

las

escuelas humildes

de

aldea,

ni

se

debe ambicionar,

inoportu-namente, la enseñanza

acadé-mica,

cuando

no

está

á

nues-tro alcance

desde

los

princi-pios,

ó

tal

vez

núnca.

Debe

reconocerse

y

apreciarse

que

las

escuelas

de

aldea

son la

puerta

dorada

que se

abre

á

aquel paraíso

del

sér humano,

la

tea

luminosa

y

regeneradora

de

la

mente,

la

cual una

vez

encendida,

con

esfuerzos

pro-pios,

atención

y

energía

pro-sigue

ensanchándose

cada

día

más

hasta

hacer

al

más

humil-de

igual

en

talento

al

más

grande

y

poderoso

quien haya

tenido las

más

completas

opor-tunidades.

Las

puertas

del

saber están abiertas para

todos

y

no

para ninguna

clase,

con-dición

(

raza.

Los

hombres más grandes

del

mundo,

los héroes,

los

sála-os,

los

científicos

de más

re-nombre tuvieron humilde

co-mienzo,

pero su

aplicación

en

los

estudios

los elevó

á

alturas

envidiables

en sus

diferentes

ramos.

La

juventud

de

Nuevo

Méxi-co

no

debe desmayar,

pues

su

habilidad

natural

es

brillante,

y

deben

tener

presente

que

como

segundo

en

el

gran

de-partamento

de

nuestro

gobie-rno

en

Filipinas

se

halla

hoy

el

joven Sanchos,

oriundo

de

Las Cruces,

nacido

de

humilde

cuna, quien

debe

su

educación

científica

al Colegio de

Agri-cultura

y

Artes

Mecánicas,

de

aquel

lugar, habiendo tenido

su

comienzo

en las

escuelas

de

aldea:

y

en

California otro

joven,

García,

de

Nuevo

Méxi-co,

nacido

de

padres humildes,

hace poco que se

ganó

el

laurel

como

orador

on

el

idioma

in-glés

on

la

contesta

intercole-gial de

aquel estado.

De ese

material

se

componen

los

hijos

de

Nuevo México.

una

junta

entre algunos

de

los

que

se

llamaban

los

indepen-dientes Republicanos

del

dado de

Torrance,

y

algunos

de

los

republicanos

derechos.

Después de

alguna

considera-ción fue

electo

Don Cristi

no

Chavez como

presidente

de la

junta,

y

se

trato

de

reunirse

las dos

facciones

del

partido

republicano.

Después de

una,

propuesta

por Candido

Padilla

y

Manuel

Sanchez

y

Sanchez

y

Carl

A.

Dalies,

a

los

republi-canos

independientes

de que

entraran

otra

vez a

las filas del

partido

republicano

derecho,

respondieron

en

expresiones

muy

sinceras

los

siguientes

ca-balleros:

Macario Torres

de

Willard,

hizo un

fuerte discurso

y ofre-

-cio su

sincero

apoyo al

partido

republicano

en

el

condado,

i

territorio

y

nacional.

i,n

so

alejantes

cortas palabras

si

expresaron

en

favor

de

aban

donara

partido independienti

y

entraren

el

partido republi

cano derecho

los

siguientes

ca

bulleros:

Pedro

Lucero de

Pinos

Well

Cristina

Chavez,

de

Willard

'

Teodoro

Candelaria

de Manza

no,

J.

G.

Francisco

Gonzales

do

Estancia, José

Dario

Baile-jo-s

de

Red Cloud,

y

otros.

La

siguiente

proclama

fue

adoptada

y

firmada

:

Nosotros,

los

abajo

firmados,

habiendo pertenecido

al

parti-do

republicano independiente,

en

el

condado

de

Torrance, en

la

ultima

campaña,

ahora,

en

una

junta tenida

hov

en

este

dia

16

de

Julio,

en

Willard,

expresamos

nuestra intención

uosei iniomoros

ueies uei

par-

-nao

repuDiicano

uerecno

on

el

Condado

efe

Torrance

y

el

par-tido republicano

Territorial

m

i

irmado.

nstino

Cha

;,

acario

torres,

Pedro

Luc

)

y

Torres.

Teodoro

Candelaria,

Jose

D.

Bal lejos,

J.G.Franco

Conza

los,

Federico

Chavez,

Angus

Mclllvery,

luán

Galle-gos, Mateo Luna.

Pedro Salas

y

Lopez, Victor Lucras,

Auto

nio

Salazar

y

otros

.

Una

comisión

compuesta

de

cinco

miembros

fue

nombrada

por la

junta

para

representar

el

resultado

de

la

junta

a

la

comisión central

del

condrdo.

Macario

Torres,

Carl

A.

Dalies,

Liberato

Otero.

Teodoro

Can-delaria,

Manuel

Sanchez,

son

los

miembras

de

esta comisión.

Aviso.

Por ésta damos

aviso

á

toda

persona

one

están por este

avi-a-o

requeridos

en

entrar

á

pas-tear

ó

piiar

dentro

de ios

limi-

-tes

ue

la

Merced

de

Torreón,

N.

M.

Personas deseando tomar

arreglos para pastear

o

pisar

dicha merced

pueden

tenerlo

con la

comisión aliaje firmada

y

personas encontradas

pisan-do

ó

pasteando dentro

de

los

limites

de

dicha

merced

mali-ciosamente serán

tratados

se-gún la

ley,

Francisco

Auto.

Zamora,

Antonio

0. Chavez,

Lorenzo

Zamora,

Comisión.

Estafeta, Ton

eon

N.

M.

8G--4t

AVISO

1301

este dado

que en el

precinto

num.

4

do

la Ciénega,

están

tres

bestias

ronovtndas

TTra"!"--

íin.mn

HUgUtt

0i,..,i.,

LUIUlClVIll UUll JclS

u

dos

patas

blancas

v

una mano

blanca

del lado

derecho

y

un

tostón

blanco en la

fronto

v

la

min

f ! tiO

la

naris

v

con

este

marca A0E

al

lado

inquierdo.

Un

caballo

colorado,

poco

grande

con

esta marca

jen

la

pierna

al

lado

isquierdo

v

esta

otra,

en

la nnpn,

del

mismo

lado.

Un

caballo bayo

cabos

ne

gros con

esta marca

al

lado

isquierdo

en la

pierna.

Jesús

Flores,

Juez

de Paz,

East

view,

N.

M,

Don

Serapio Pineda

s

esposa

visitaron ésta oficina ayer

y

pagaron

su

suscricion

á Las

Nuevas.

Muchas

Gracias.

Don

David

Sanchez

de Chilili

estuvo

en la

plaza ayer.

Pagó

nuestro

despacho

un

visita

agradable.

IjOS

míenlas personas

son

suplicadas

de

llamar

las

juntas

de

1 )S

diferentes precintos para

no

nio

ar

sus

delegados:

Prec ,:. l,Tajique, ManuelS.Sanchez

" 2, Torreón, JuanC.Jaramillo

' 3,Minza.no, Diego Serna

" " 1, Ciénega,, II. H. Spencer

M 14 ."i. Punta deAgua, ....Daniel Torrea

" 6,Willard MacarioTurres

' 7,Estancia,J.G.FranciscoQonzales

" " 9,Palma Perfecto Jaramillo

Ki, Duran Santiago Madril " ' ii, Pinos Wells, Pedro Lucero

" "

i.

Abó, Dario Sanchez

fSe

suplica

Ja

atendencia

de

todos

los

delegados

así

nom-brados

en sus

respectivos

pre-cintos.

Por orden

la

comisión

Central Republicana

del

Con-dado

de

Torrance,

Candido Padilla, Presidente.

Muerto

por

un Rayo,

Wm. Dunbar,

quien estuvo

en la

plaza

á

principios

de la

semana,

nos

informa

une

du-rante

la

tempestad

el

Domingo

pasado,

el

niño

do

tres anos

de

C.

Martines

en

Chilili

salió

fuera

do

la casa unos

cuantos

pasos de

la puerta

y

fué in

me-diata mente derribado por

un

rayo.

No

ha! ña

una

sola

mar-ca en

el

cuerpo

con

excepción

de

una marca negra

en la

fren-te,

aunque

la

ropa que

traía

fué hecha ti

ras.Sr.

Dunbar

tam-bién nos

reporto

que

un

rayo

pego en una posta unos

cuan-tos pies de

su

casa

y 1

bizo

astillas.

Ningún otro

perjui-cio fué

causado.

Don

Martin Sanchez

de

Pun-ta

de

Agua

pasó

varios dias

de

ésta semana

en

Santa

Fé con

negocio

allá.

Aviso

En mi usencia L. A.

Rniseau,

do la

tienda de lluuhes Mercantile Compnny, es nuestro agento para colectar y dar

recibo portodas las cuentas debidas a la

Donlavy Mercantile Co.

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Notice for Publication.

LAS NUEVAS

de La

Estancia

IS

ALL

11

W,LL

C0ST

Yu

CENT

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WE SHIP OftAPPROVAL without acent deposit, PaytheFreight and allow 10 Bays Free Trial and make otherliberal terms which no other house inthe world will do. You will learn everything and get much

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Publicado por

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Redactor Y Propif.taiíto. m

Suscricjones:

Por

un Año

$1.50

Copias

Muestras

5

centavos

Como es tan iuñmo el preciode la suscricion deberá pagarte Invariablemente adelantado.

H. E. No.XGU.

Land Office at Santa Fe, now Mexico July:i,

1906.

Noticeis hereby ivon that the following-name-d

settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proofin support of his claim, and

that said proof will; be made before Probate

Clerk, at Batánela, New Mexico, on August 21, l'JOli, viz:

Thomas J.Heady, Estancia, Torrance Couuty

New Mexico, for theSW 4, Sec ,2:i,T, 7N, R,8E

He names the following witnesses to provo liiscontinuous residence Uponand cultivation

of said land, viz:

JohnU, Harling, of Estancia New Mexico

FrankBarka,

John B. Larragoite " William C. Walker, "

6 0 Manuel R. Otero, Register

PUNCTURE-PROO- F

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t

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"ff

PER PAIR

mm I . Ml 1 rm nwr

Entered atthe Estancia, N.M., PostoHico for tranemisBionthrough the mailsas second-clas- s

tatter.

To

fesSrotJisco

W&

Will

Soil

You

a

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PaiP

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Only

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OR GLASS

WON'T LET

OUT THE AIR

(CASH WITH ORDER $4.55;

NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES.

iResult of IS years experience in tire

El

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y

esposa

de

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el

Lunes

en

la plaza

con negocios.

making. No

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from

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Notice thethick rubbertread

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K.

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tenia

en

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Notice for Publication

H. E. No. fi:i64.

Land Office atSantaFo New Mexico, July

:i, 1906,

Noticeishereby given that tho following-name-d

settlerhasfiled notice of his intention to makefinal proof in support of his claim, and thatsaid proof willbemade before Probato Clerk, at Estancia, New Mexico, on August 21

1906, viz:

Richard Atencio, of Palma, Torrance County

New Mexico, for thoW'í. NW ii, Sec. 27,SE 4

NE NE 4 SE Sec, 28,

t,

8,N., R,14 E, He names the following witnesses to provo

his continuous residence upon and cultivation

ofsaid land, viz:

Jose L.Abeytia, of Palma, New Mexico

Presentación Montauo

Jesus Ma. Gouzales, " " Guadalupe Archuleta, " "

6 0 Manuel R.Otero, Register.

Manuel

B.

Otero,

quien

repre-senta la Penn Mutual Insurance

Co.

estuvo en la

plaza

ayer

con

negocios de

la

compañía.

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Notice for Publication

H. E.No.7106.

Land Office atSanta Ke. N MJuiy 3. 1906.

Notice is hereby given that tho following' namedsetlerhas filed notice of hisintention to make final proofin support of his claim, and

thai said proofwill be made before Probate Clerk, at Estancia, Now Mexico, on August 21,

1906,viz.

Pedro Salas y Lopez, of Manzano, Torrance County, New Mexico, for the lots 1and 2, Sec, 24, E

',,

SE M, Sec. 23,T. 5, N. R. 5E,

Henames the following witnesses toprove his

"Esplanade." and "Boulevard."

Both "esplanade" and "boulevard" are military terms by origin. The original "boulevard" was a bulwark or hori7mtal part of the rampart and an "esplpnade" was originally the glacis

or slope of the counterscarp of a

for-tified place. A writer 200 years ago

noen

that the word boulevard was "now chiefly taken for the void space

between the glacis of a "itadel and

the

first houses of a town." Hence its extension to other "void spaces" suitable for promenading. The old

French "esplanade" was defined by

Cotsrave as "a planing, leveling,

even-ing of ways," from Latin "explanare," to smooth or flatten out, whence the English words "explain" and

D. & R. G.

SYSTEM

SANTA FE BRANCH. Time Table.

Effective December lotli. 1ÍI04.

East Bound West Bound

No.42t Milks Stations No. 425

continuous residence upon and cultivation of

said land, viz:

Diego Seraa, of Manzano, New Mexico.

Natividad Salas Ebtoban Lopez "

Teodoro Candelaria " "

6 0 Manuel R.Otero, Register

J.

E.

PHULEY,

Relojero

y

Joyero,

Hoce todos clases de reparaciones Todo trabajo ffarantizado Edificio de Lenlz, Estancia N. M.

JUAN

C.

JARAMILLO,

Traficante en

Mercancías Generales

Compra Lana Cueros y Zaleas con Hiñere. TORREON, N. M. 11:00a0 Lv....Santa.;Fe .Ar3:: p 12:51p34 " Española Lv.l:26p 2:llp S3 " Embudo 12:26. 3:00p 61 " Barranca.... "Tí: 3Cp 4:02p81 " ' Servilleta "10:2fl.p 4:32p91 " Tres Piedras "10:00p 6:45pl25 " Antonito "8:10 p 8:30p 153 .." Amosa "6:40p 3:00a 287 " Pueblo "11 05p 4:35a 331 " Colo. Springs " 9:J(lp 7:30a 406 Ar. Denver Lv.7:00p

Trains stop at Embudo for dinner where good meals are serve

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At Antonito for Durango, Silverton and intermediate points.

Hawkins

&

Hyatt,

Hacen norias hondas,

con

struyen

Bombas,

Papalotes

Tinajas

y

toda

clase de

maqui

aria

para

levantar

agua

por

Heroines. Old and New. Most modern heroines are married

women, whereas the nice ones in

Shakespeare and in novels before

3890 were almost always unwedded

maids. You like Beatrice and

Por-tia and, above all things, Rosalind. You do not lose your heart to Lady

Macbeth (though a fine figure of a woman) and you do not desire to

com-pete with Othello in the affections

of Desdemona. This may be a too nice morality, but to Victorian tastes

even widows, in novels at least, come

under the ban of the elder Mr. Wei-le-r.

Nobody but Col. Esmond ever eared for Lady C'astlewood and

Dob-bin Is alone in his passion for Amelia. London Post.

At Alamosa for Denver. Pueblo and in

ganado

o

riego.

Precios

lo

mas

baratos

por

primer grado

de

trabajo

y

ma-terial

Oficina en

Estafeta,Estaucia.

termediate points via either the standard gauge line via La Veta Pass or the nar

row gauge via Salida, making the entire trip in day lightand passing through '

the FAMOUS ROYAL (JORGE also for allpoints on Cteede branch.

S. K. Hooper, G. P. A.,

Denver Colo.

A. S. Barney,

Traveling Passenger Agent.

Horse-powe-r.

The word "horse-power,- " as applied

to automobiles, means just the same as when applied to any otbor engine.

Horse-powe- r Is the name of the unit

In terms of which engineers measure the power of steam-engine- s, water-wheel- s

and other prime movers. It

An Alarming Blunder.

A young lady living in Paris recent-ly visited her sister's family and left them in perfect health. The next day a

letter

arrived from the Bichat

Hos-pital announcing her death at

that

in-stitution, and caused deep grief among

her

relatives, who thought she had

met with a fatal accident. That even

Or.

J.

M.

DIAZ,

Medico

y

Cirujano.

202

Water

St.,Santa Fé,

N.

M.

ing, however, the supposed deceased

appeared at the house safe and sound, j

It

appears

that

she had been under

Consulta

de

una

a

trrs

de la

tarde todos

los

días menos

los

treatment

at the hospital some time

ago, and her name, through an error,

uvas given to another patient, who

subsequently died.

Most Ancient Coins.

The Parian Chronicle ascribes the

first coinage of copper and silver

It teDs WHAT to use HOW and

If

thoroughly and briefly. H

An artistic andindividua 1home is not so ra

aquestion of poclcetbook asof personal raj!

11

and knowledge. TheBooklet gives the Off

practical iofoimatiou. '

J

D.

Childers,

I

Miércoles

y

DomingosExamen

de

todas

las'partes internas

del

cuerpo por medio

de

los Rayos

X.

Curación

del

cáncer,

la

piel

y

tumo-res

por medio

de

la electricidad

Curación

de

la'mayor

parte

de

Is defined to be the rate

at

which an

engine works when it does 33,000

foot-pounds of work per minute, a foot pound being the amount of work

nec-essary to raise a pound weight a foot

high-

-Clover on Poor Land.

If the l'and is poor try clover.

Per-haps the land is poor In

the

very

ele-ments

that

clover can add. If it lacks other things than nitrogen, add

a little potassium and a little

phos-phorus. If the land Is black,

indicat-ing a large amount of vegetable mold,

add lime. Perhaps the lime is

need-ed to cure the acidity. With the

acid-ity cured there Is no reason why

clov-er should not be grown. If the first

harvest fails try again. Sometimes the trying again and again with

clov-er

results in getting clover to grow,

as in

that

way the clover bacteria

are

gradually introduced or are

de-veloped from some other form of

bac-teria

in the soil. money to Pheidon. king of Argos in '

las

enfermedades

de

mujeres

sin

operación.

'Aeglna, 895 B. C, which Aelian

corro-borates; and the best numismatic

an-tiquaries agree In considering the coins of Aegina, from their archaic

form and appearance, as the most

an-cient known. Tho coins of Lydia

prob-ably come next In antiquity, and then kite m-'-v Dorics of the Persian kings,

Stfcicb occur both in gold and silver,

pu&d bear a strong resemblance to the

olns of Aeglna.

fl C31A XV.iA.

!.

ill.

HI

can supply acopy and showyouhowto Ml

S carry out the ideas with

H

ALFRED PEATS

ñ

"PRIZE" WALL PAPER

m

Just Received A supply of Campbell's Manuel of Soil Culture. 50 cents each

(4)

Los

Dos

Pillctcs.

WILLARD

HOTEL.

E.

U

Smith, Prop.,

Board

and

Lodging

by

the

day,

week, or month.

Prices Reasonable.

A Oood Stock of

Coffins,

Caskets,

and Undertakers'

Supplies

always on band.

DUNLAVY &

GARNETT,

Estancia,

N.

M.

J.

E. PAULEY,

Watchmaker

and

Jeweler.

A full Ih.rof tools and repa'rs. Willalso

do allother kinds of fine repairing. All

work guaranteed.

Lentz

Building,

Estancia,

. M.

p

E. Li. Smith and H. Parsons have aa

fociated in a real estate firm

at

Willard tobe kuown aa

The

Southwestern

Land

and

Home

Company

of Willard N. M.

They are prepared to attend to any fmaiDess in this line that may be

en-trusted

to them with thoroughness and

diapatoh. Call at Hotel Willard.

Alois BRenehan Mark BThompson

RENEHAN

&

THOMPSON,

Attorneys

at

Law.

Pructica in allTerritorial and Land Courtl Rooms8Ait, Sena Block, SANTA FE, N. M.

If

You

Contemplate

Sowing

Wheat

This

Fall

And wish to have plowing done call on

w.

e,

HSHER

ESTANCIA N. M.

Residence one mile North oftown.

Good teams and good plowing.

All work Guaranteed

FOR SALE Two ten months-ol-d Po"

laud China hogs.

Amos Patterson,

ü miles Northwest from Estancia,

Por ALVARO CARILLO

Arizmendi, que hBbia ascendido y so

habia casado eon Matilde, se hizo

tam-bién un deber de buscar a su sobrino y

aprovechando la larca temporada de

permanecerde reemplazo, siguió bIuudbs

pista que creyó ledarían resultado,per

inútilmente.

Otra cosa queria también descubrir Enrique y se encontró igualmentecon el

vacio.

Donde habían ido a parar las cartas

que debiahaber entregado aHortensia y

que llevaba su asistente, cuando ocurrió

el accidente que le privo de la vida?

Juan

pudo indicarle que lashabia

re-cogido yquelaa llevaba coneigo. Pero donde estaban?

El Juez habíadicho que se le registro

vsin embargo, el paquete de cartas no

habia parecido.

Las habia perdidoal caer al suelo, o se las habian robado?

Pero, aquien podían interesar

aquell-as cariaquell-as? quien sabia de loque se

trata-ba ni que el asistentelas llevaba consigo?

Enrique ofreció a raíz del suceso una gratificación aquien le devolviera

aque-llas cartas.

Pero del mismo modo que habia

suce-dido con el niño, paso cou el paqueteque llevaba

J

uan.

Nadie se presento a reclamar lo

ofre-cido.

Y de la misma manera que el conde y

Hortensia tuvieron de renunciar a

en-contrar su hijo, si la casualidad no

que-ria presentárselo algún dia, también

En-rique hubo de renunciar a recobrar las

cartas.

Y sin embargo, muchas veces le decía

a su mujer:

Por mas que mi hermanose ha b

re-conciliado con Hortensia ere endo loque

tu y

jo

hemos dicho, me parece que Luis

no esta plenamente convencido. A veces

le he sorprendido preocupado. Me ha hecho algunas preguttaa que han

llama-do mi atención yhasta me ha dicho que

no comprende como pudieron

extravia-rse esas cartas, siendo asi que si las

lle-vaba tu asistente yeste fue recogido

en-seguida, parecía muy extraño quo 110 las

tuviese ya.

Pues hija, no st que decirte.

XI

Eu este estado ae hallaban precisa mente, cuando

Brnardo, laLeohuzo

los chiquillo llegaron hSan Sebastian. El conde do Arizmendi y su mujeres

tabnu on su casa solariega, donde a la

sazón so encontraban también Matilde

y su marido.

La tristeza reinaba en aquella casa. cuyos dueños, que disfrutaban de la con-

-sideración, el carino j ei respecto de lo-

-dos bus convecinos, que eran ricos, lo

su-ficiente qara poder disfrutar de tudas las vent urna que puede proporcionar el di

nero, el frotoy la consideración, eran,

sin embargo, inmensamente desgracia-des- .

El conde adoraba a su mujer.

Horten-siaquería ciegamente a su marido y sin embargo de est'", entre los dos se alzaba aquel pobre niño,arranoado por su padre

del regazo materno en un momento de obcecación y cuya suerte ignoraban en

absoluto.

Se Continuara

INFORMATION

Notice

to Breeders.

Blue George will make the season at Nisbett & Stewart's Livery Barn at Es tancia. He isfull blood Perdieron, four years old iand weighs 1200 pounds.

Terms ten dollars to insure colt. Due care will be taken to prevent accidents but

will not be responsible should any occur

R. J. Nisbett, Owner,

HW

FTEN

during

your

daily rambles or while

you

are

on

a vacation

HAVE YOU

seen

something interesting, or

amus-ing

that

you

WANTED

a picture

or souvenir post card of?

Noth-ing gives more

pleasure

than

A

KODAK.

If

you

have

one

send to

us

for your supplies, and

give

us

your finishing work.

If

you

want

one we will

gladly send

you

a catalogue.

HAWLEY-on--the-CORNE- R

Opposite

the

post-offic-e

ALBUQUERQUE,

N.

M.

Most varieties of apple trees have the habit of bearing every other year. The dropping of apples Is caused largely by lack of pollenatlon.

The bow does double duty during

pregnancy and must have double care.

Railway

System

i

VIA TORRANCE

i

44,

east

bound.

011

the

V V

with

Golden

State

Limit-

-

$

f

S. B. Grimshaw,

f

G.

F.

& A.

P.

Frank Dibert,

immiyrauun

iyi

--:

Wash

&

Childers,

Contractors and

BuildersO:

s

:

s

t

Plans and estimates furnished for

com-plete Job including Painting, Papering and Decorating.

Estancia,

N. M.

A. Flick,

SHOE AND HARNESS SHOP All kinds of leather repairing, both shoe

and harness work. Prices right. Give

me a trial.

LENTZ BULDINGp ESTANCIA, N. M.

ESTANCIA

Livery

&

Transfer

Co.

Goodin

&

Sons.

Rigs

furnished

for

transients

to all points.

A. V. Q00DIN, General Manager.

George Spence N. S. Rom

SPENCE

&

ROSE,

ATTORNEYS

Estancia,

New

Mexico

Land, Mining and Corporation Law

our specialties. Notary in office.

W.

C.

FORREST

CONTRACTOR

and

BUILDER

UNDERTAKER

. . .

Willard,

New

Mexico

Estimates furcisbed on

build-ings ofall kinds.

HBfa nil

ON YOUR

HUNTING

TRIP

Besure to be properlyequipped obtain the

STEV-ENSanlyou CANNOT Go KuNCi. We make

RIFLES . from $2.25to$150.00

PISTOLS . from 2.50 to 50.00

SHOTGUNS from 7.50 to 35.00

AskyourdestetadInsist Send for no paje 111us onour popula! make. If trued catnliiff. Ifinter-o-u

casnotobtain we shipIested inshooting, you

attectf carriagecharges otujhttO haveIt. Mailed

P''iaidt upon receipt offor fourcents in stamps to catalog price. jcoverpostage.

Our attractive three-colo- r Aluminum Hangerwill be sent anywhereCot xotentsinstamps.

J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO.,

V.O. Dox4096

Chicopee Falls, Mass., U. S. A.

Thorough knowledge

of

Torrance

County

of its

resources and

possibilities.

Especial attention

given

prospective settlers.

Settlers

lo-cated and

claims

surveyed

$20.

Reclamos

agrimensados.

Abogado de

Termo.

Trabajo correcto.

Precio correcto.

Ralph

A.

Marble,

Civil Engineer

and Surveyor.

Office

in Walker Building, Estancia,

N. M,

Sania

Fe

Ceuta

SUNSHIE

B

(

UTE

Connecting with the

E.

P.

&

N.

E.

and Chicago, Rock

J

Island and

Pacific

Ry.

Shortes

1ír,

ut

of

Santa

Fe or New Mexico,

to

Chicago,

Kansas

City

or,

St. Louis.

I

No.

1

makes

close

connection

at

Torrance

with the

Golden

State

Limited, No.

Rock

Island.

X

No.

2

makes close

connection

f

W.

H.

Andrews,

Pres.

&

Gen'

I

Mgr.

A.

L.

Grimshaw,

(5)

THE JOHN

BECKER

COMPANY

WILLHRD, NEW MEXICO

Wholesale and Retail Dealers

in

General Merchandise.

Our

stock is complete in

every

Line.

Our

business

has

doubled.

It

pays

to

please.

Trading

Day

Better

Order Now

I nin informed by President Fairchild of the New Mexico Spencer Seedless Apple company that the supply for this

fall delivery is somewhat limited. You had better order early.

Several of the citizens of the valley have

been talking the establishment of atrading day here at Estancia when anyone

hav-ing a horse or anything elseto dispose of and anyone desiring to secure anythingin

tliis line may have a chance of meeting.

Such a day would prove mutually

bene-ficial to both buyer and seller, as well as being advantageous to the town . The

last Saturday of the nonth, July 28, has

been named as the first trading day and

John W. Corbett

You will have to have your claim surveyed some time,

WHY

NOT

DO

IT

NOW?

anyone having anything to dispose of is

asked to bring it in.

John

W. Corbett,

Estancia,

N.

M.

NOTICE. I

Noticeis hereby given

that

trespassing or grazing of animals on the lands

with-in the limits ofthe Torreón Grant will

not be allowed afterthisdate, except

up-on applicatiup-on tothe undersigned. Any one found trespassing, herding, driving or grazing animalson the lands within

the boundariesof the said grant will be

prosecuted tothe full extent of the law. Signed, Francisco Ar.to. Zamora,

Antonio O. Chavez, Lorenzo Zamora,

A floater says that a man over in Turn er county, who patronizes the mail order house, allows the children to play with the big catalogues. One morning the

nurse came out and told them there was

a new baby in the house. "Who brought

it?" asked the children. The nurse re plied that ithadjustcome. "Oh, Iknow"

Committee.

Postoffice, Torreón, N. M. 36 4t said one little tot,

"it's

a Sears-Roebuc- k

baby andI but it's adulterated just like

the pepper and the strawberry jam was,

nd

ppa

willhave to keep it because the

money was sent in advance." Ex.

If

there are thin place. In your

pau-tares,

put the feeding boxes or salt

boxen around them. The droppings

from the animals will bo helpful in

building up those spots.

REDUCTION

SALE

Of Calicoes and

Lawns.

&

It will

pay

yon to

calí

and

look

j

them over.

j.

Hughes Mercantile

Co.

ESTANCIA

MORIARTY

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