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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 8 April 1904

atore 11 ruello A. Anisden. 9" i 1HT UOüNTY INDEX. DAN VOLUME XV AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, I904. NUMBER JO Juan GENERAL NEWS. Squibs Pertaining to Current Events Transpiring Dur Ing Past Pew Days. afternoon at the U- S. Ioctiao Indus trial school. She was taken ill with measles on Sunday afternoon anj soon developed bronchial pneumonia which aB the cause of her death. Mr. Hajj gart, the assistant superintendent, started this morning tor San Juan with the body." Deputy Sheriff Meldrum of San Miguel County, Colo., last Friday even ing shot and killed Olof Tiesel, a miner who was working at the Tomboy tune There is considerable taik about the affair, some saying i( was a cold-blood. ed murder aud others claiming the officer was justilied, Meldrum had a preliminary hearing and was bound over to the diBtrict court under 110,000 bond, A Springfield, 0 dispatch says: "The Farmers' Co-oparatUe Harvesting Ma chinery and Implement company in tends to incorporate next week with a cap...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 8 April 1904

' Placa. C'tilcia THE INDEX AZTEC. NEW MEXICO Now look cut for parodies of Kip ling s parodies. What kind of taste did that man have ho first pronounced snow beau tiful? Has Andrew Carnegie noticed that none of the bulletins are dated at The Hague? The man whose 10.) hens laid 1024 figs In January evidently had them uuder good control. Still, It is the contents of the Bible more than Its literary form that at tract and hold men. Meanwhile Korea may reslpn Itself to pleasant reveries as to which pow er Is to conduct the autopsy. It was an odd freak of fortune that a coalyard should first check the progress of the flames lu Baltimore. A lot of girls who curl hair for cushions have struck, which is cal culated to curl the hair of their em ployers. Now that Kve's grave has been lo cated her descendants can do no less than chip in and buy her a suitable monument. Taking advantage of the confusion, the Sultan of Turkey Is showing symp toms of an intention to get busy in Macedonia again. W...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 8 April 1904

b r c h I n k n, Concón. Hti a-tii.truip, fnf tlll.ll. SultlT ervwliorn lir The Fire Bables. A C0E1RADE OF GENERAL GRANT HAS CLAIM TO FAME. Says "I Do Not Believe Pe-ru-na Has a Superior for Catarrh." BENJAMIN F. HAWKE8. Benjamin F. Hawkes.of Washington, D. C, la One of the Three Living Comrades of General Grant In His Cadet Days at West Point la a recent letter from 611 G Street, 1 S. W., Washington, D. C, tbts vener-, able gentleman says of Teruna : "I have Med Peruna after having Med In vain other remedie tor ca tarrh, and I can say without reser- ration that I never felt a symptom of relict until I had given Peruna the simple trial that Its advocates advise. I do not believe it has a superior, either as a remedy tor ca tarrh or as a tonic for the depressed and exhausted condition which Is one of the effects of the disease. " Benjamin P. Hawkes. Pe-ru-na is a Catarrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to tho Declining Powers of Old Ase. A TRAVELER AT SEVENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE have come to...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 8 April 1904

One Y-.-ir , . Nii.ntli. .. fi.ri'.' M.mtl.i Hondof J. J, Manzanares read suparvlsor lloud ot ft anclsco Lujan road superviso ranno 11 W.. bv Henrv Ratlellfl. contesten, Ot. LiOlllS, JUO. A. 8. HDGHES, Gen Trafile Manas er. THE INDEX AZTEC NEW MEXICO. Kt.-re,i at tbe portortic at Artec n mail nutter ''tth" econl '-l-t1-. KM LEY - Svlitor ati.i .Mauair. Ti:v. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY I KKMS UK Sl'liSCKlPTlOS. oe . 1 ' . . So 1"IUI)VY, Al'Illl. S, t : LARGELY LOCAL lieo. Leeper returi.e.l to hid homo un tii.1 La l'mtu Weiliji-HiUy. M. H. Scott cif Fariu'r.ituu ws a vie tor in Azt.'c uvi-r Sut.tUy lust. Lletv t'amiTiir. made a iwsinewt tri) to Furmiiit'lon ttic ti rut nf the week J ui.l Pendleton wiiP railed to r"nrm ii .rt.Mi mi Ityal iiiii-ini'-'B tilt? tirnt nf tin' wi i'k. Mrs. Lucy llo)lt h.ii ii Mr. 1'ulloi U -re uidteil in imtrriiitft' at Flora Yiwtn lust Monday .lames Lmihri'ii utid family of Pti mugo removed to Azti'i; the latter putt lif lant Wl'CK. Myrnn I'. 1'itieU...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 27 May 1904

Tho Durando, Aztoc .... Stago Lino. Fírat.plnaa anrvinn. Snfiníttl rutan in S. M. MANZANARES, Prop'r. ti Í . V San. Juan Í 7VT 1W V 111 AJllUXQ 0 0 VOLUME XV AZTEC NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 27, l9Qf. 7- ÍÍHAT THE PUBLIC OWES THE CHILD yote íof pull School Tax Levy-: Make Our Schools the Pride of Our Territory. "What the Public pwea the Child" was the subject of Rev. Haaa' address betore the Teachers' association meet ing in Aztec last Saturday evening, .This is a subject of great magnitude and if generally discussed by ths greal minds ot the country there would do doubt be a vast difloreace in opinions Some would, do doubt, eay that the sy stems of teaching in our public schools are Dot as nood as they were a century ago, and others would contení) that our pi'bliu school systems have greatly improved. This would be an excellent subject for debate as (nth sides could produce strong and convincing points fjl course there were a great many commendable virtues in connection with our schoo...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 27 May 1904

0 THE INDEX AZTEC, . . NEW MEXICO, ". "'i'n.i! o is rrri! S' l'c; ti.i.-; MiUilUtT." is Asuiv.aMo? to !hi l'nitcvl Who the deuce If any curious perim asl;9 you whete Shan ltai-Kwau is, just toll liim Us west of Yin Kow. Yuerttan is enjoying a create of prosperity than ever boioro tistory. Will, buy yum! t ora in iu As Colombia lias rcilui tJ hT stand ins army from ll.O"0 m'n to S.Out) this cout.try n:ay breathe easier. It appears that two newspaper men have bought the Washington baseball rlub. Uut where on earth !U! they ? Tom I.awsnn of Iio.-tori tolls of clearing $ 10. m i.i,0ii in one di al. Some body nuii-t have forgotten to cut the cards. "Show nic your pardon, and I will show you what you aro liUe," says Alfred Austin. l!y jIi.i;o, we'd like to see Alfred's. Prof. I.an.LzUy says that with $2.",no0 more he could fly. Canada has har bored many an American litizeu who Hew with a less sum. Robert us J. ovo, a St. Louis poet, thinks of runnu's for Congress. If he can poll the poet ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 27 May 1904

..-ti ACTUS tlCU "IV"lW. "h"V?!T"?,.T Story of a Great Tree. A history of one of the sequoias of California, as shown when It was cut for lumber. Is given by a United States senator. It was tut fiiteen feet in diameter, while many of them are twice that size. In 245 A. D., when it was 516 years of age, a forest fire burned on its trunk a scar three feet In width. After 1.19C years of placid life, in another fire, in 1441 A D., the tree, aged i,712. received another injury. Another scar followed in 15s0 and was not covered with, new tissue for fifty-six years. The worst attack of all was in 17S7, when the tree, then 2.063 years of age. was attacked by a fire which left a scar eighteen feet wide, reduced by 1S90, in 103 years, to fourteen feet. Only ten Isolated groves of these trees remain and only one grove is protect ed by government ownership. The Feeble Live Longest. According to Professor Mosso, we are able to live longer the more our nerves are enfeebled. The less robust a pers...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 27 May 1904

a J) ., ocio. THE INDEX AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. Entered at the posl'illicn at Altec ni y mil matter of th second claas. C. S. UVH.EY - Editor and Manager. TH17. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN COITNTY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year f 00 Six Month 1 IK) Three Monll.a .'i0 I'm day, May 27, 1004. , LARGELY LOCAL. hi Uright Williams. Baled Huy for sale. W, 1 Mr. Head is spending Karmington. a few days in Mrs. M. L. Page of the sick list this week. Flora Viwta is on Dave Lewis and family of La Plata were in Aztec Saturday, Clarence White returned Monday from his visit to Corlz, Colo. J. R, Hartley of the L'i Plata was a business visitor in Aztec Monday. Albert C. Thomas of the La Plata was a business visitor in Aztuc Monday. James Laugliren made a business trip to Durango the first of the weuk. Hubbard A Baker expect to start for fcureka, Colo., Moudav with their cat tle. J. M. Palmer of Farmingtou trans ict ed businufs in Aztec the tint of the week. There will bo no meeting of Aztec Hive No. 3, ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 3 June 1904

( i t ... I County "U San J ÜAN J y S3 VOLUME XV AZTEC NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1904. NUMBER 18 3. RESOURCES OF SAN The Banner Fruit Belt of the World and the Largest Producer of Vegetables, Small Grain and Coal South of Colorado, A GENERAL ANSWER TO INQUIRIES Water Supply For Irrigation InexhausbtlbleClimate Has No Equal in the Great West Crop Failures Unknown Facts Gath- ered by One Who Is in a Position to Know. Following is a letter from A. F. Ames of Mesilla Park, Ñ. M, "Mesilla Park, N. M., May 33, 1904 "Thb San Jcjan County Index "Dear Editor Find inclosed twenty-five cents for which you will please send me a paper for as long as that will pay for it. Several of us here are thinking strongly of coming up there to settle, but can't get away at once. It will be about five weeks before I can leave hefe, so would like to have your paper to post me a little in the meantime. I came to this country from Virginiadrawn here largely by the school- but I find there are many disadvanta...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 3 June 1904

4 I THE INDEX AZTEC, new MExiea T'..o Tibetans a!o ere beginning to f -el the pressure of the dark man's turücn. Prrls? a woman fn tho qualities ho doesn't possess an J she'll worship uu. Chicago News. Radium will not cure cancer. Now th.it the excitemirt las died down. Oat is radium g.jod for? Tho Russians in Mancburi.i are on f hert ra'it ns. War arbitrate.-, and an t'mpty ftoii ach ni?y bo referee. Six propio committed suicide in Now York in one day. Evidently tho outgoing trains wore bally crowded. RaJ'.ura rays, It has boon discov ered, do m t cure everything. Some thing had to bo left fur tho N rays to euro. It Is r.eariy timo f.r Ilrander Mat thews to como out in dof'Miso of "busted" as a good and pr per En glish word. Canada consumed ion ium oof) ciga rettes last y. ar. This sounds bad un til you read how many tho United States consumed. Fir.-t it was tho "X" ray. now It is the "N" ray. If seicr.ee keeps busy we may hao the wholo alphabet rep resented by ravs. Tho Korean nav...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 3 June 1904

i completo with I'rlce only J-.70: Willi wniikit .w. Mrs. Wlnslow's Honthlna; Syrop, For rlilUlren teetlilitK, Biifienn tlio icurüri, re'tucei n nainiuatloa, anuya pula, curta wtutl collu. üac abotUe, tomas A MICHIGAN MAYOR SAYS: I Know Pe-ru-na is a Fine Tonic for a Worn Out System' " When the Worm Turned Spilkins is a man with a father-In-1 law. He has cot been married a great while, but being a philosophical sort of a fellow he has about the same regard for the opinions of his newly, acquired dad as a country boy has for a bird's nest. This father-in-law Is not a bad fellow. In fact, he is a very congenial sort of an old codger, who thinks the world of Spilkins. He likes his daughter's cooking pretty well, too, considering everything, and every Sunday he goes out to the new ly wed couple's little flat for din ner. Spilkins' one objection to this father-in-law Is the stale old jokes and stories he is always working off as brand new material. The old man has told the young fellow t...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 3 June 1904

f ill ,0 3 'if '7-r&i ..vcVi& : shifts .V '.r fri:ii i.vC-,-j THE INDEX AZTEC NEW MEXICO. Eiitpp'il hi thn (ititlice at Aitic hp mnil matter nf tito second clava. C. S. ll.Ul.KY Kclitor huh MuniiKr. THC. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY TERMS OF Sl'HSCKIPTIUN. One Yonr 9il Months Throe Mnutha. ,'J id) . 1 CKj . . 50 Fituny, Ji nk !i, l'.KJl. I LARGELY LOCAL. I Johnny Pond of Farniintfton wan in the county peat Monday. lion Allison left yesteniuy morning on B buaiucBS trip to l)urant.'o. A. L. Snriugjr of ing buBint'HB in Azt Cedar Hill was do, u Tuenduy . W. A. Uullinger of liloointielu traiiH acted business in Aztec fuusday. Mr. Atdrewti of Farmingto'i was a business visitor in Aztec last Monday. Mr. Fitiuld delivered Mmuorial ad. dread on the La Plata luHt Monday after noon. . .C.F.. Srmth of I'ariiMiigt'iQ u in Aztui: the li.et of the week looking after hie interests. Mií8 UaiBy George of Hill was the gueat of Mrs. in Aztec Tuenday. near Cedar Joe Ptewitt Freddie liilcom...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 17 June 1904

aa are confín tout wtl coiupiv tiro baukiUK. The Durando, Aztop II ruello A. S. M. MANZANARES, Prop'r. San Juan Co UNTY NÍDEX i. OLUME XV AZTEC NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JUNE I?, 1904. NUMBER jft WILLIAM K. RYAH pluse corporation. Ths operating der partm&nt is in charge of General ijan aor L. C. Grav..c, whose headiiqarterg aro in Chihuahua. Grant H. Schley of Xi'W York id president and Wjlliaui K. Ryan ia in charge of construction. Dfnver Post, Robert M. Mirdinge. MJSTAKS IN PUT TING pp ALPflLpa He Talks Rail road and Builds Railroads, Denver has no:v betid quarters of an pthr railroad l is uot a Colorado road at present, but will be as noon as money can build it. Viliui K Kan multi-millionaire, eon of Thomas F. Ryan, vico president of the Mortou Trust company, of Now i.rli,a partner of the late Win. C. Whitney, and owner of the Metropolitan Street Railway company of New Yorls, has como to Deliver to make Lia home. Mr. Ryan took up Lis residence at 903 Pennsylvania jesterduy aud will...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 17 June 1904

THE USTDEX iiOr Dll MA A VALUADLE PREPARATION. " rt-nU-NA, writes dr. kemball. Idyl of Halsted Street AZTEC. NEW VTEXICO, The other pTMt Arr.rrlctin national ? iu:e U bow ca. TLis one has uo l.::ty. With a cnj ltal of $j,C00.C") the h'-ro business outers a tao clicking lor juun? men. Woman never wades arotin.l th? tvi's of an argument. S!ie dives iu r.cj then swims out if sl'.e can. The n:an who spen!s 1. is tirr.c thlnl;- m? what he would do if he had a mil Ton dollars never gets a million dol- I An up-to-date Rusten undertaker tow escribes himself as a "morti cian." 1 1 is I a;in is as bid as his taste. It was rce.iüp.rly appropriate that an Invert. ir of ar ships should have been blown up by aa empty wUisKy' barrel. i The Pt. I'un-tan edition of Pickens.' 130 voluiv. .-, at f 1 ."00 a volume, '.v ill hardly become popular in circulating librariTs. Dean Tufts of Chicago university doscrib.-t i'.irt'.ns as good mental ex orcise. Th n the dean evidently favors coedticath n. A woman ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 17 June 1904

TWENTY ACRES OF CARNATION9 Averags Yield From 6,000 to 10.0CC Flower. Every Day. flten E. J. Vanrter retired from Ui active lile oí a banker he sought recre ation In ranching. Part of the land In the confines of Santa Monica, the par ticular section of this city claiming titlj to Ocean park, he experimented with, five years, ago, for a more remunerative, crop than that of barley. A tract o: about two acres was planted with pura Salifornia seeding carnation planta. Since then the acreage has Increased to twenty, and at the close of the plant ing work this season the ranch will have 200,000 plants in active growth. Ult'.ately, the most of a 200-acre ran will be devoted to the culture of this flower. In brief, the carnation fields are yield ing on an average from 6,000 to 10,000 flowers every day In the year, with a market In which the demand Is at all times greater than the supply. The plants are perpetuating in a sense, are propagated In the open fields, cultivat ed with less labor t...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 17 June 1904

m n I r ... UJ BpSIIitll THE INDEX A.TKt'. NKW MKXK'O. KiiP-rod hi tin' po-tnttice .it Arter ns mail matter of the hocioI clio?. C S IUU.KY Editor atit M n n 111; it. THC. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN CO TNT Y TKK.MS OK SUISCKIPTION. One Y.Mir ... . K. Su M.mtlii i m, Three Months Mi Imiiimy, Jiwk 17, l'.Kil. i a urci v nr LAIYULLI LUW1L. Alliert ThoiiiiiB wits over from tlie ,w I'latii Saturday. (pnrifc Vanliiii'ki'ii returned from Silverton Monday. (ii'ij Miirrott returned from i trip to tin' La 1'lHtuH Tiies-dny. C'hii.i Carter left fur tiis homo in Oatutiooi;, Colo , Tuesday. Davo L"Win of the i,a I'lutu was a IniBini'FB visitor in Aztec Tucr luy. Jolintiy l'onii of l-'ariuiiigtnn was a LuHinebB caller in the lluli Tuesday. lJot) l'rowitt of 'anningtoii waH a busincBR viwitor in the county neat lut Tuppiluy. Kudoro Cordova returned tlie latier pur', of )hhC week from a business trip to Lutnberton. Mrs. Fannie Hiewart, liiy Ste.vai's mothr, has fe moved from White O.ns, N, M., to H...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 24 June 1904

"''"'viW cT'iptiT)or wrrespondenls is i -r. ' . l-'.M ; r.o. , . . ti.v- . , , mu. 5 : NDEX va u : ' AZTEC. NEW MEXICO RÍDAY, JUNE 24, 1904. VOLUME XV NUMBER 21 San Juan County's Water Supply for Irrigation Is Inexh f fible, Crop Failures Unknown and Climate Unequalled, San Juan T NTY REPUBLICAircOMEili WAS ERY TAME CHICAGO, Juno 20. The sf.eam of Incoming delegations to iho Repub lican national lonv-'i.tiuu sot ia vifn tho early honra this morning, and through the entire day train after train unloaded Its quota of badged and buttoned enthusiasts. At the va rious downtown hotels headquarters have been opened for the delegations from nearly all of the states. A few of the delegations have been delayed, but all are expected to bo on hand by this evening. This morning inaugurated the seri ous work of tho convention and wit- nesscd the beginning of the real ex- ' instructed, and only 12 of the :2 dei Citement attending an event of such j opiles from Massachusetts aro in- magnitude and i...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 24 June 1904

One Vivir ... . Ml M.itnli-. .. I'hree i! ii.;l.: K"asouahlo Batot tho Hule. HUy. "itwa ft p l'...-,.'..'o 1,1 I 1.1 Grnc r,!l, LUCHE THE SAN JUAN avjNVv jNDEX, JUNE 24, 1904. THE INDEX f.nterml at tl.c V"r matter if thf - !.cp il Aztec oail r" S. I!I!.K. - - Kiiit-o aud anaiter. THW. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY TKUMS y SI !'.S( KUTION. TO THE PUBLIC, ... 1 w ... 50 The lnni; discns.st.il liioLlum of nakin Tm- Isr.-r.x an " 'all- hoine prir.t" y.iKT will be a thiti", of the past after this issue conies from the press. We know the argu ment is ustil that patents are rlienper and that by their Use the country editor can better compete -.villi the daiiv newspaper. How ever, from a business standpoint we do n t believe a newspaper is ivcrth printing at all which is not ivortii printing at home. This week, through the kind ness of the Durango Herald, we ;k vote our entire front page to the telegraphic news of the week, In iev of the fact that perhaps a large per cent of our subscri...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 24 June 1904

THE SAN JUAN COUNTY INDEX, JUNE 24, J904. f PROFESSIONAL Jft. E.G.C0ND1T. PHYSICIAN" AND SURGEON. tW U. 8. Pension tT;im. lufr 8urneon. Calls answered auy hour '';iy or nitfUt. Alto-, New Mevic". 3r. W. R.McUEE PHYSICIAN AN D SU l" EON . Aztc, Now Mexico JR. A. ROSENTHAL PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. KHriiuiiKiori, New Mexico J, A. DPFF, SURGEON -DENTIST, Farmingtou, Now Mexico. Aztec first Tuesday in each month. Appointments maiie by mail. J). S' WHITEHEAD, TTOBNEY AT LAW. ....Notary Public Farmlngton, Now Moxfco. GhANVILLF. PENDLETON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ....Notiki Public Will practice in all Courts of the Territory. Jitor, Now Mexico. DIRECTORY. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Momma ser vico on tho rlrat and third Sundays -mi each month nt eleven o'clock. Kvoninir ser vices evory Snnday uiirht at eluht o'clock. Sunday school at S:W p. m. Prayer moeiini; on Wednesday evening at SKK) p. m, C. M. HAAs, Pnator. CAN JUAN COUNTY CATHOLIC MISSION - (Catholic population 1'ftO.) Hcad(uartirs pro tore Santa Kos...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 24 June 1904

t;.v. Vil-' S HI -I. MI. l.'.lf.ill A I) vc ipm-.'llt Tu.. !'r. Jll.llj l'..v 1'UI r:,.t, nnwiiuwi' :: .t,"t 'ii : i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ;,' ' '.'. " er ' 'i; 1: If- 1 .V,-."v"l Ml, I'' . f..,-; k-'"T- i'l ri. e t I le ; l-.-f..: 'I- nil;. II ei.- . ! S TFE SAN JUAN COVWrV1 INDEX, JUNE 24, 1904. . '..". 1: i ni' ; i . -.-. . ; e - - - 1 Xii doubt every oniinu tiity in san J n;iu ciiuiitv wnild bki tu read tenis fr "..i ti:cir iu.!iit-liat( vicinity each w-i-U W 1 1 y 1 1 t tfnijjH ) 1 1 u o i iiiHi or j . . u i . u l.nh Ir";.. 'he (iilliTi'iit commun it .-t ir the .u vulun'.c.T s.-rvice as ,i i n-ir fn.':,.l I.'itihur.; of Illanco, aud h'i.,1 in a cit.tispiiidt'i.ci' that you .vi .ilil le pro'.i 1 tu Mtii your iirtinc .ti.Vf? i ".ue if tlio ii..Ht LniU.int journalist.; in America h.ivo erartt-il ! (r.iiii ji.óí hiirh iiir.:t, at.d who Uno.vs b .'. Mili Jii;ui n i . I nay pr. íbice u j .;ri t .lü.ii t. Ull iu Ibl' World tu- Fruit Growers' Association. c i i y Hu ir i i'i i.'.ldl'.i'l- rl ri ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
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