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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 21 December 1906

a , - ----g-. - j, -....y Sí O. Juan County index TOLUME XVII. AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, DEC. 21, 1906. I NUMBER 47. DAN o o o o D o o o o o o o o o o o o a i) o o e o o o o o o o o I QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI o o o o PAINTS 8 O o o o o o o o Siíns. Carríane. House Paíntinn .-inri rWnratinn " O o 3QQOOQGOOOOOOOOa THE UP DATE SO DOES .. DODDI NGTON The Painter and Paper Hanger, Carnage, House Painting and Decorating LEAVE OKDF.KS AT AZTEC DRUG STOHn, BLUE 133, OH THE INDEX, ) HONE NO. phone 1 It &aeaooooooooo$ THURSTON BROS. Bakery & Short Order Lunch S Frvih 3read, Pies and Cakes ai Al! 7imes wum 0011 LriiiKM ana vJinirs q Aztec. New Mexico o 1 The. Bñi e fioiei DUKANOO. COLO. Furnished Hotel in First Door North of the Depot 1 Newly Throughout This liest Popular Price Southwestern Colorado H Baggage Hauled Free to and from Depot Special Untes to San Juan County Guests Í Menu Everything the Market Alfords J F. ENGLISH, Prop tons $22 C. O. D. Run $160 Per Acre. Thirty-tMo and four-fif...

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. — 21 December 1906

1 Síb m County Ink í p. misoi FFICIAL PAPER CF SAN JUAN COUNTY Term of Subscription: Ou tear Six Month ... Three Vonth.. ....Í1.50 .7.) .40 AKVKKTliJÍNtl U VTKB. DUi.lV p-o- VI crii .cr Inch -cr n.onti. &V:U .Iwnunt i. umtrtct.. I'1'11 ,lo.., - Ji-. MM'vr lie toh iuo Lr:il -Tlver ...H.,:. ( hard. l rl..irltl.le Piii.-r -niivntK wlli t mUerU-fl tree. Cu, f iUukW cents. Kiuht r ü t" .efuf j,.ctioimtil na.-uuini 8ul.Hcri- Alun.-Ko paer .ill lie ilUco.llluUn. uní" iv mill, if you '! ua'- w"1 w"" l'"11 ,uU umvr tu -1.. i !-ay wl.nt jou njffe ami It will ' t,.,.. ,1. 'i lie iwii'.i- U ei,oiuili-lc 1' all -MM;. .iH"i... 1 y3 t.ceiye UiU par reeii ;ar t a,,ika,e n..t wür.sl 1. nofcUwM Jevcrbtfi.r.ii'i "', flenJl seudUml' ito v"u. "A red miwk liare meaiisjour ülcri Xioiui Wb r.-nev. TKI.KP!5NJ5 .VfTf.C 0. 1. Entered ttt IVsUlHice f.c-.iul-i'l;i. mail. Kill DAY, Dir. -I, vm. vcr tli.'iii t th-- bank b;i Kotl.'ii sonic rtiihty K""d pi oph' i j-'l- 'Sutton's I.oK:icy of Hate or The Pin hci;...

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. — 21 December 1906

s..vi r..r ,, ,i..;i,. .j..i I . C:v(J ) ! Vou r.i:.t to LIT li.it yor :;ri r.i:ir.t : t I lie it bi'J. U.n.t it t-.ir:;i!. Mr.! e y ;.r rs ro:i;:t b; r'ini.' u '''f XS. J.' . .-:.J y.TKC post so if,, o. a. H - v.,-v.-t.;... w. ii. wri.i.nus, P;,v V, . ". i; i. In. Tt-RRtir, ..tj,:tRi,i. A 8ADA?ÍÍA1Í.V'. X r. a a. m.-.v,: V .t....rt fui ni,, í "X ex. 1 The City of , 1 THE CITIZENS BANK OF AZTEC, N. M. Capital Subscribed $30,000- Capital Paid Up $i 5.000 Officers and Directors COL. V II. WILLIAMS, J. K. WILLIAMS, H.D. AI RANS. Pre-i.ii Dt. Vi.e Prefitkr.t. Secretary S. O. IMXKSTAKF, 1 1: I'D HUNKER, G. W. MrCOY, ) T r V i-AMMITTlM.' T. A. PIF.RCK, Cashier S Does a regular Fuiiking 1 m-ititss. J.uvs and sells foreign and domestic exchanges. I.er.ns mcr.ty a::d pays interest on Time 'lci'usiis. 5 indinn Trader g$n aims ti&i$mirttvMuwitham 2 t 3 Located on the di'SJ'.i-i.Ju'e from Ihirango, Farmingtor. and A tec to jt U,-irnp''und all pointson the Santa Fe Pacilic railway. Navajo. '...

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. — 21 December 1906

That our American reri-sts abound iu plants which poess the most valual! Inniioluai virtiu U abuuduuLjr aiu-stiii ly scores of the must tiulueut medical writers ami teachers. Even tho untu tored ludían had disco verwl the uscful next oí many native plants before the a.lvont of the whlto race This lnforma tlon. Imparted freolj to tho whltca, led the latter to continuo Investigation)) until to-dav we have a rich assortment of most Taluuhle American medicinal roots, o -c ' Dr. Pierce bellere that our American for ests atíbnd In most Talusblo mrdtrlnal roots fo the cuff most obstinate and fatal dls esJK If w&wotMdproporly loTostlirate themi ana tOJtTt-fcjfWi of tbli conviction, ho pollWwIth pruWk 'V slmnst marri'lin fnnx rffnrtM In- Ms ' Mf.,l.-.,1 r,1v gt Yt f.y.c Uuit ai.mnnji innlr. 1ÍMT lr.vic.tfi au,r. h.'srt tmilr and rwrulstur. aim Mw clcnr known to oet'.k J ocnce. Dysi-i-sli ór minvtlUa. torpid UfírTrunctiocaJ and eren altilar and other affections of lbs heart rletd to Ita c...

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. — 12 July 1907

CgIjnty Índex. r- Juan vo'LüHEsvm. Caf. ta G (o 0 V AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, FRDAY, JULY 12, 1907. San NUMBFR 24. L r . : IDEAL TIME IDEAL-CROWD IDEAL WEATHER "The big celebration lreftl at Aztec on July 4 and 6 passed successfully from every point of view. There 'was a large orowd here from all parts vf this county, and the train brought 4n about -600 from Durango. A clear sky greeted the visitors and nothing occurred to mar the festivities with (the exception of the breaking of Ed Foster's ankle by a 'race horae. Attired in. flags and banting, Aztec waited her guests eagerly and every' comfort and want of the 2,000 people here were attended to in a spirit of ttrue hospitality that brought many compliments. With' the arrival of the train at 10 o'clock on the Fourth a procession 'headed by Marshals Gilbreath and Scott marched to Current's grove, twhere Hon. W. A. Reese delivered .a splendid patriotic oration. Music ihy a large chorus under oharge of -Miss CarrielEUlen and stirring tunes '...

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. — 12 July 1907

San Juan County Index. E P. WILSON, Editor and Proprietor. Terms of Subscription: One Var fl.50 Six Months 75 ' Three Months 0 , ADVERTISING RATES. Display p"e SO cent per tnrhper month. Hpfi-Ul dKOunt on contracts. Busin lumlttSeratsprr line each isnue LeenlaUTer tl.lnn at legal rute Church nJ rharttuMe entertainments will be ailverliwil ir. Canli of tliMiis Lti ceuts. HlirUl itwv-d I" refute ot.Jacilounhle ml- nixing. Sutwrlp i loa-So paper nil 1? liwon'.lDUert utiles o ordrre.lhy the mh-rlber at ttii oftice or by mall, if you iltnto. taut the pT all you hare to rtii in pay wlmt on owe and It will be tupped- The editor I responsible lor all publications. II you receive tnu paper rcnti larly anil have not entered n. no hill will ever be primmed -nome frtenil I m-udinit I to you. tT. red mar here means your ul-cri-(ion I up I'leaae renew. TEI.KPIIOSK AZTEC NO. I. Entered tit 1'ostoHirc at A.ie- as ercond-cl.t.vs until. FRIDAY, Jl'I.Y 12, l'JO. LOOKING BACKWARD (From Tlit- Index, K. ...

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. — 12 July 1907

Mr.ji.nd Mm Will Bay of Mancos Baca, J Si,to Baca, Jose P Baca. Loco! and Personal. Pooty poco callente, Carramba. The Animas is Roing down steadily. See those dollar watches at Waring'. Let the optimistic Aztec. spirit dominate Nathan pays express on business. mail order Advertise your wants in The Index to per line. Park McRee was a town Jnly44th. La Plataite in This office can use a load of wood n subscription. ' Mrs. J. M. Thomas has a new face dressing. Try it. 214 Chicken dinner at the American ho tel every Sunday. W. T. Allen was down from La Plata for the Fourth. Shoes repaired while you wait at Oreen1 Harness Shop. Take your horses to Rathjen for new shoes. McGee & were over Fred Hyde Reported Missing. News reaches this city that Fred ITyde Jr. of the Hyde Exploration Co. is missing from his trading post at Pueblo Bonito and ' has not been there for over five months. Men who have recently come through Pueblo Bonito say that Richard Wetherill reports that Mr. Hyde is at ...

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. — 12 July 1907

all Seca. 1" to I lucl., NW' and N SW" Sec. 2; all Seca. 28 to : lncl.; W NWi and WH SW! Sec. í. T. 31 N., R. 10 W IS; N',4, N',4 S', and SEK SEK Sec. Hi; NEK SWK, N',4. AH SK'i Soc. 17; and y, Sec, IK, T. 30 N K 14 W., ulL T. 30 N., R. 15 W., OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LEGAL NOTICES. O O NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior ) LaudOrttce.l Santa Fe, N.M.. Jrue 10, 1W7, J Notice Is hereby rivo that David L. Hunts JLJL O O 0 O O O man, of Largo, N M. hat tiled notice of his intention tj make final tire year proof iu auuuortol tola claim, tu: chjiucbicbu oimj No aa mane NOT. 19UU, tor the Sbl wií siisK.u Secas. NKVNEi Section a.. ORCHARD :Additon To Azte TnnhiiiiN. K. 1U W. and that aalit proot will De made oeiore li. cuic- yiuuw clerk at Amec. at. on j uiy isui . h. n.iiimi inlliiwini witnee8ea to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, via: u Georae u ale, James w. Mcumei, doaeru O O Kelier First pub June 21. last July 26,...

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. — 1 January 1910

NEW YEAR'S EDITION AN JUAN COUNTY INDEX VOL. JO. AZTHC. XHW MI'XICO, JAM'ARV 1, Nil). Xl'MBHR 4S 1 II ' li M Mm Deriving its name from a long de parted race whose casi les, though in a sad state of decay, still stand within a few hunched yards of its city limits, it will ever remain as a monument to that race. Who were they, this de parted race? History can tell but lit tle of them. Discovered at the time Cortez and his followers made their first trip of exploration from Mexico, tbey soon vanished from the face of the earth. Historians seem to think that they were destroyed by a stronger race while the old Indian legend, handed down from generation to generation, says that they were visited by a plague, that those in the huts at the time of this plague shut up all entrances to these old castles and were there destroyed, whilo those who were on the outside were advised by their Gods to jump into the river and were then turned into fishes. However as that may be, tho Indians of this d...

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. — 1 January 1910

SOMETHING SHE: DSDM'T KiiO'.V Colored Lady Evidently Had Stand ing in the Best of New York Society. Two ladies, strangers to carh other, were seated upon a bench on the platform of a New York siiliurlian sta tion waiting for a train. One of them was yminu, pretty, and very stylishly dressed. There was plenty of room on tin1 bench and a neat-lookinu col (ri d woiiKiti leading a spotlessly clad little iiickaninny liy the hand, came mid sat down between the two women. As she ilii so the younge r t;ot up and liepan pacing up and down the plat form. The darky's eyes blazed and Flie was offended at once. "Huh!" she exclaimed, ostensibly addressing the four-year-old pickanin ny, but really speaking fur the bene lit of the lady at the other end of the bench. ' She's got bad blood in lier, all right thinks cos she's got good clothes, she owns dis bench. "Why did she gel up Auntie?" asked the child. "Cos she thinks she's too good to Bit aside (if ns," blustered the woman. "Can't anybody sit o...

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. — 1 January 1910

The San Juan Valley FOLLOWING A COURSE FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER, DESCRIBING A MAMMOTH HORSE SHOE, THE SAN JUAN RIVER CARRIES ITS TWO MIL LION ACRE-FEET OF WATER EACH YEAR TOWARD THE PACIFIC OCEAN San Juan county's future will sec the San Juan valley occupy an itnpor-! taut place in its industrial develop-! nient. Ktiterinir the ceiinty near the! mouth of 1'ilie river, tile valley of the San Juan widens and narrows, in coin-: mon with all the valleys of this slope. On each side of this si ream commun ity ditches cover the linttom and first! mesa lands, and the products raised from the land thus watered are the! peer of any in this repon. Fruit dees! especially well. Near the mouth of l'ine river it is estimated that a dam would raise wa ter hinh enough to cover thousands of acres of rich land south of the San Juan river. This project is a law! one, costini! millions of dollars, hut it will some day lie taken out. At this lime reclamation projects on this: str...

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. — 1 January 1910

county, an 1 tlii' high-lint; canal, which, t!.. ti'h iK'iststciit, patient ami innlli- nt work has hi-cn declared positive ly feasible, moans to the county addi tional thousands of acres of fruit and fiiiin; it M'-ans thousands upon thou sands of prosperous, htippy homes; it un ans that San Juan county will soon he the richest and most desirable coi;iily for tin; liouieseoUer and Imsl 1 1 ys man; it means new industries; it means additional schools and churches; it means now cities ami towns; it means additional railroads and connection with its croat coal I'i' ld:; and a trunk line to the Pacific coast and the eoalint; of ocean ves sels, and unlimited transportation for its manifold products, to all points in coinpi tition with the products of all ether sections and to localities depen dent upon San Juan county for sup plies, and for export. It is difficult to uive an adecpiate idea of the trans formation which takes place under such development as the hifh-line irri tation canals...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 1 January 1910

ot ft r a j oar t"li i'. l'rb l.lciai of riuc ti e '.: di-t' t( 'i:r. tid; HI ' b Possibilities of this County SOME OPPORTUNITIES EXIST HERE FOR THE MAN OF SMALL TRACTS AND MEANS TO SECURE NICE INCOME FIVE ACRES BEATS FIVE DOLLARS A DAY hand to mouth on the proceeds of wages or salary received Saturday night, and the greater part of it spent the same evening to keep alive the next week."' George H. Maxwell had the follow ing article in I recent number of Max well's Talisman, and so well does it apply to Aztec and vicinity that we reproduce it. The conditions here are ripe for just such work as the ar ticle describes. "The man with five acres of land, who knows how to cultivate it to di versified fruit and garden crops, and who knows how to raise poultry and to care for a cow, applies the motto 'Direct from the consumer to the con sumer" to everything lie himself pro duces and consumes on his own table, j He pays no commissions, or middle-1 man's profit or freight transportation upon...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 1 January 1910

San Juan County Index: K. V. WILSON Proprietor KOIiT. K. WILSON.... Lililor & Mgr. Official County Paper Terms of Subscription: On.- Year $L"'i Six Mmiilis "." Three Months o It account has to hi placed for col lection, $2 per year will he charged. TKLLTHONK AZTKC NO. 1. Kntcred at I'ontoffice at A.tec as second-class mail. Richer Than") Nile Valley; THE IRRIGATED VALLEYS OF THE WEST SURPASS IN FERTILITY EGYPT'S FAMED GAR DEN SPOT. That the wealth of ancient Kgypt and wonders snrpassici; those of the alley ol' the Nile are contained in New Mexico is the statement made li tile Chicago Tribune in a recent is.-iie whic h tells of the aims and ob jects of the great land irrigations exposition to ,e li .lil in the Windy City in November. The Tribune says: "Herein, traversed by rivers like the Nile, stretches the Kgypt of the New world, as much richer in agricul tural wealth as modem methods of farming are more productive than the crude tillage of old. The great valleys of the IVcos, ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 1 January 1910

RECOGNIZED AS A STATESMAN Candidate's Scheme at Once Seen to Be the Production of a Master Mind. "Our end of the town is completely without police protection," said the aldernianic candidate in a lively speech. '-Elect me nnd I promise to have this section of the city literally swarming with police." The next night he was denounced by the opposition as a four flusher and asked to outline his plan for se curing proper protection. "Ladies nnd gentlemen," he began at the following meeting. "I was called a bluffer by our friends, the op position, last night. I now propose to ahow you how 1 will make good in mv promise. First of all I will start the movement for more police protection by hiring two new cooks. Let every man of family In this audience hire one cook and keep her and we'll need an exclusion act to keep the cops out of oiw territory!" Pandemonium broke loose. A new Bolivar had appeared In their midst and at the election his rival was swamped into oblivion. A Ceremony Denied. ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 1 January 1910

Childhood's Right to Happiness, Many children of the most pious people in every community turn out badly because their parents' narrow notions drive them forth into the wil derness of life. An unhappy child hood is the fate of too many chil dren of otherwise good parents, be cause of their antipathy to amuse ments which may be innocent enough In themselves under favorable environ ments. Willing to Trade. A Chlcagoan who recently adver tised that he had a stove for sale re ceived among a large number of an swers the following: "If you have a kitchen btove, water front, or a nice single bed that you would care to trade for new ostrich plumes or brand new mourning bonnet, I would be glad to h-ar Horn you and will give you a Rood trade." Region of Cigar Tobaccos. The cigar tobaccos are grown most ly in New England. Pennsylvania, Ohio and Wisconsin, though there is a considerable and rapidly increasing production of this type in Georgia, 1 Florida and Texas. The tobaccos used for chewing...

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. — 18 October 1912

p 7 1 ÍL - t -' ---- 4 M IfftM 1 v TlTnp7 JPUIDAY. OCT. 18. IP 12. .1 V il 111 5 . s . . . . t i ... VOLUME á 3. , AZTEC, NEW ZiCO MKt TM MAN : K m r. : ' ill i - ,Mm ' 111 9 i - ' V S, I V -V -A , ' 11V- '.. WW. I III I LET THE FOLKS DECIDE" Put It Up to the Whole Family. ; Drop into W. E. WÍLUAMS.& SON'S ahd wear hopie a Suit of "Miller-Made" Clothes. "Dad," Mother and UtÜé Sister wiU pass favor ably upon your appearance and so will everybody' else.' . : CEVERAL of your have deemed it ephone placed in (their "puses lo assist them jiu posing of the' abundant mmnm m a mm üuce. i he Local manager win neip you also, to find" help and material. Are you taking the vi same precautions? 'Thie' Mountain States Telephone '. ! and Telegraph Company. Old age and decreased earning capacity usually are the rale. A Pacific Mutual paid-up life insurance policy removes the burden from the old shoulders. Get 'one (rom E. P. Wilson, local agent. Uptegrove Bros, -have added short order lunch to t...

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. — 18 October 1912

NOTICIAS DE LA ULTiM SEMANA Western Ktvxpaper Unios Newt Sarvlc. Nota Del Oeste. Once pesos por cada, cien libras, fuá el precie pagado en el mercado de Chicago por toretes, que se dice, na es tan en condición de primera. Mrs. A. W. Miller, una prominente señora de Denver, fué lastimada de al guna gravedad en Pittsburg, & conse quencia del desboque de un caballo. ' Diez mil personas tomaron parte en una gran manifestación pública en Chicago, en contra de las autoridades públicas que permiten la prostitución en la ciudad. El séptimo congreso anual de agri cultores será efectuado en el Canada en Lethbrldgc. Estos congresos tienen el objeto de fomentar la agricultura por medio de "temporal.!' Después de haber estado separados por mas do cincuenta arios, creyéndose muertos, George W. Spencer de Okla homa y su madre se encontraron y se reunieron en medio de la moyar feli cidad. Según los últimos reports oficiales dados á conocer últimamente por los oficiales del gobierno, se sabe que...

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. — 18 October 1912

nr i f Eve'i Apple -w many apples were eaten by i and Eve? We know that 1 t that Adam 812. But Adam ...f his wife, and Eve 8124! :. -a Adam, total S9.3S4. Than a i Eve 81420fy herself, and Adam M?Pfy himself, total, 8.9S8.4S0. Hit Standing. young follow seems to havs mself solid at your house." I judge he has. Ma Is looking mlly, while Pa la lnvestigat eotumerclal Tatlng." , : Oyerheard. .hoi" sajjfl Blldad, as Jlmpson . íifi.' lítiil by In his motor. "I wish ! a:i uiomobile." " -h, nounse, Bill,", said Slathers, ..t'o the use? You couldn't afford "ep it" , by Jlmlny''-Bald Bildad, "but I afford to $i ;1 it.'" , Just Like a Woman. -discovered that his wife had ,leu?ctives trailing him for tlx K.,llB." , "How did he discover It?" "She sent him the bill." , A Point In Verbalism. rrofeesor (to cl.iri In composition) Someone In the clu'S recently re- (ferred to a woman as of "medium Blze." Please avoid this expression In referring to a woman; It smacks to much of commercialism." ' 1 Fre...

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. — 18 October 1912

i ne iiowe-Biaenour mero. v. o. , joge n.rs (sj&u.uu) Donas o. GALLEGOS Uiirtbd-iSeates LandOffice, ) , ,,'y,: L,;'n!Fe":-NBwlIe Oct. 1, 1912. f "N'óti"6é' Wtiefeby eivfen that Bnito Ajenifs for Hes?eri' P-rango Cí! ,- C.-.-.Í. T 0 i y . ; . -J ian Revolver The Reminjto U-M-C Cuta k Ihe Um MkK and Pistol Cartridges The red Hull brand it choien fcy tha majority of revolver and pistol experta-became they know that the ignition ii prompt, uniform and lure, the accuracy it guaranteed by record World's Indoor Fifrr-Shnt Pinol Record held br Geore Arraitrofif. core 4S2 ex 500 World'! lodoor Twenty-Five Sbol Viuol Record held br Ceors Armitroni, cora 244 ct ZSO. World' Serentr-Five Shot Ripid Fire Record held by A. P. Une. eoore 60S ex 750 World Outdoor Pocket Revolver Record held by A. r. Lene, etor2II exZSO. World'e Grand All'cMto Individual Record held by A. P. Line, icore 1236. World'e MUiury Record held if Semoet Petertoa, cora 215 ex 250. all made with Rtmington-VMC ammunition Rt...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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