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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan County index. — 12 June 1903

'fi 1 !3 1 i ' XV .1 .L. t i AZTEC, NEv MEXICO. FRIDAY, JUNE M 1903. VOLUME Xiv NUMBER 19 Pretty Juna Wedding. THOMHS WHITEHEAD. Uev. Arthur Thomas and Míks Ella Whitehead were married at Farniinttton. Tuesday uttcrcuon, in the Southern Muthodiut church. The beautiful riim ceremony ot the Mtthodiyt church was perforated by Rev. Mr. Henry of Diirun go, assisted by Uev. Mr. Lewis of Farm ington. The church was prettily decoratod ,wtth asparagus feru and cut flowers. As the strains of the bridal chori's from ''Lohengrin" pealed tbiouU the .church, the doors opened and the bridal party entered, led by Kav. Mr. LewiB. Mida Marjorie Whitehead, a siater of the brida, daintily gowned in pure white, was maid of houor, and , Albert Thoniae of LaPIata, best man. Mips Boucher, charminyly attireu iu blue, was brides uiuid, while .Hubert Woods acted us groomsman. Ihe little (lower ,'iris, An na Whitehead and Amy Paxluu, in their soft, whito dre3ies, looked dainty and sweet as they scattered flowe...

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 June 1903

THE INDEX. AZTEC. NEW MEXICO Oh, grip! What sins are concealed In thy came! . The automobile is last becoming the automatic fixl killer. Kven limner nodded, and why fhould not Russell Sage lose $ 1.m0 by mistake? A good delivery will ho useful in the pulpit work of William A. Sunday, formerly baseball iilayer. I-ast year the Ameriran people con sumed over JTii.nOii.noii ( coffee to say nothing of the peas and chicory. Gen. Baldwin should edit his Inter views before they are printed instead nf after they have been given to the public. This is a hard, hard world. One 3 liardly done shoveling snow before it is time to sharpen up the lawn mower. "Letter-writing is a lost art," s-tys fomebody. And this right after the publication of the letters in the bur dick case. Terry Mi Govern's trainer says: "Terry is not out of the gamo by a jugful." John 1. Sullivan is by a good many jugfuls. John D. Rockefeller must have felt 1hat he had more, money than he wanted, for he stopped over a few hour...

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 June 1903

.'I . I 'I fC n,.!.:. 7?K TIRED BACKS. Come to all who over tax the kid neys. Don't neg lect tne aching back. Many dan gerous kid n e y trou bles follow In its wake. Mrs. C. B. Pare of Co lumbia avenue, GlaBgow, Kentucky, wife of C. B. Pare, a prominent brick manufacturer of that city, says: When Doan's Kidney Pills were first brought to my attention I was suffering from a complication of kidney troubles. Be sides the bad back which usually re sults from kiduey complaints, I had a great val of trouble with the secre tions, which were exceedingly vari able, sometimes excessive and at other times scanty. Th color was high, and passages wtrre accompanied with a scalding servilón. Doan's Kidney Pills soon legulated the kidney secre tion making their color normal and banished the Inflammation which caused the bcaldlng sensation. I can rest well, my back Is strong and sound nd I feel much better In every way. A FREE TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine which cured Mrs. Pare will be mailed...

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 June 1903

I CI lMt'll pan lili li t . rrut. 'm,.l;. ; ..'i.Kit:. t...k Cm ver llt'itile Veil I'uiehu ..ti. v ' i n;;o, th ) have b.iili ' on by eneri'v and You can Save Money Hy fiuy rn ovt 1 DRY GOODS... , BOOTS AND SHOES I NOTIONS ETC. OF. 3: THE INDEX. Kiiicri Ht th i.'-!!thr( nt Aztrse as mail m.itvr i f tin ti'Ct. J v :k. jo.-: i'uKvvii r. S T ML RANDALL, - - Astee, N. M. s TH OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAN JUATi COUNTY TERMS OK StHSC'RlPTlON. One Y-'Hr i M. r.uis .. riiri'P it. mil.. ft. 00 1 UC 50 Fl'.iriAV, Jl'Nf-. t'J. l'.'O'i ... ,. i . . í M f M M l M ( ! M r li f H M ' 1 IU f 'J l M. KI.MOTT lrii ictnr. The Durando, Aztec and Farmiiitoii ' .... Static? Line. i licu.iiii.tblc Uut.n ! ! tliu Bule. l-Vv ri.limi 8la0B. i..:ikr. the trip throuch t í) raneo from Asteo or Farmi..e,toi. in one d..y. The patroi.ime of the travelinc. public sum it,d í a Dm v t nru LilVULLl LUvAL. Vh said arid: Jon Prewitt returned Thursday from u trip to Durunu'o. Cy, (íruüeu of Durando, was in Aztec oiii' Jay this ...

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. — 19 June 1903

County VOLUME Xiv AZTEC NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JUNE J 9 1903. NUMBER Juan DAN Putting up Alfalfa in the Stack. I have lately been reading in the Field ami Farm a number of very iuterestint; articles regarding the stacking of alfal fa and while I am not averse to them aa a whole, I would like to give an account of my system. I stack several hundred tons annually, ueiiig the Fleming swing ing stacker M.nd two I' leming senior sweeps or go dovils, carrying tho hay Hhead th" horses and taking it direct from the windrow, I drive lengthwise of the windrow, zigzaging so as to till the sweep full length, then shove some ahead, raise the load over and let down on top; back up, ch :g in again fast and this piles the hay six feet high," check ing one horse so us to pull out of the windrow, at the same time raising the load, la this way the load is carried direct to the stacker, driving t'nuhre up to the pitcher and dropping the load thereon. Then I back olT, wheel half way aruund by starting one ...

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. — 19 June 1903

THE INDEX. ilZTEC, NEW MEXICO Ignorance of the law is no excuse ven fur a lawyer. European monarchs are getting to be as "sociable" as village spinsters. The politician who sets out to save the country is frequently hauled up for robbing her. The flying machines ar.il automo biles are helping a good deal in the race suicide btiMi.tss. diamonds an tip 5 per cent. Stock before t! going to he marked Lay in your summer rise. How could ('. Olive r Isclin continue to he famous if Lipton were to ipiit challenging for the cup? Pr. Paikhurst's ideal newspaper may be handicapped by the shortage of ideal people to support it. The valued Cleveland Leader asks: "Why not boil the trusts?" True, roasting doesn't seem to answer. A pcxid many men act on the prin ciple that the early worm who caught the bird stayed up all night to do it. What Matos it who is president of 'Venezuela, now that the customs re ceipts have been properly distrib uted ? Masragni is telling the Europeans that the Indians who...

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. — 19 June 1903

"PE-RU-INA Women Made Stron Mothers. and Happy Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs is Freguent Cause of Barrenness. Pe-ra na Eradicates Catarrh the System. From ' I "O the woman of ancient Israel not to I become a mother was regarded as the greatest of earthly calamities. To become a mother more especially the mother of a strong, healthy boy as the height of glory for the faithful woman of the good old Bible days. Even now, when ma ternity is not esteemed as of yore, the mother of healthy children is an object of admiration, and sometimes envy, by her neighbors. As compared with ancient peoples, the average American woman has a low appreciation of motherhood. There are, however, a great many exceptions to this statement. The accompanying letters from grateful women who have been made strong, healthy and happy mothers need no added words of ours to make them convincing. Catarrh had weakened and impaired their entire systems. 1'eruna made them sound and well. . Mrs. L. M. (rilíith, Arco, Ida...

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. — 19 June 1903

I A lililí Y I (If AI : I i ttltífi. :ni :.c olitult (Mi c.'in iIvük YíiY8iioíiiia3ie3;j:;uisssfri(Ciísi.saisi::3 ; ie..;.,!--.(e; kiu.is. -.n.- I'l'd'S if up l.oai l-umiiik'tt)ii i ti... , .: : . ..i i i... , m it t. i. It N o'.'.r lo i'iL-;iL. :,-k a triul. W. i in . ,,r.,- K. ii'i't! .1. a:i FsniKisi; F'Ví Hato. i 1 nt r v. ri- " l'eti.-iii! ui:. ASM.iai. : 11. tii',1' l:t-:. i v. pr.oi": ini'1,1 lev - '-r ves 'i.-l.l al ITOPF i:l- liV K H f 1 l)o.' NO l'.' I o H I'. ,, el,: at a i' .1 I' 'II ' O, .lit f. M!,'S. M l .hube ib. ri Wl.iie and i!. II. ), rYiVtViY THE INDEX,; glorious fourth :2 You can Save Money By Ruy ng Your n Azrn-, Nkw M kxico. I ihe San Juan Corral! tiritiiiiiiefinii;iiii!iiimiirciiiiifimi?e DRY GOODS... ' BOOTS AND SHOES iT,,lSOF NOTIONS ETC. I UK. Aztec is tn have a grand celebration uu the Fourth of July. K;i"-t"l at t fctt pn-aiuliee nt Alee tu mail - , . 4l . , ... i,., - ounfy seat has. there been e much Jo K l'U I WITT. V'.i'or mm Mana. r i " .,. .,.,.,.i...

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 July 1903

Martín & Son Corre f.j THE KcELEY Timen coinblncdj pur year 7.80 MMlll Intuí V,7" (fienver 4 Rio ti raudo UOUNTY INDEX VOLUME Xiv AZTEC NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 3 1903. NUMBER DAN 4th 0Í July at Aztec. All preparations for the Big Celebra tion at Aztec tomorrow, July átb, have been completed. V'ith the early morn ing's dawn the enluto which will opea the pleasures of the day, will be tired on Main Street. The tlag of our great na tion will be raised at sunrise that the tirst rays may rush to embrace cacti stripe and kies each star. At 9 o'clock the grand parade wili start from Main Streot and drive over the entire city nd at 9:30 will proceed to the grove. Marshal of tho day will lead the col umn, followed by the Liberty Float, drawn by four beautiful white horses, Uncle Sam and tho Goddess of Liberty will occupy thefloa'. The Aztec Baud will occupy the next carriage. The Ball Boys will Q'urch their invincible column next. Carriages tilled with orators of the day, horseman aod w...

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. — 3 July 1903

r ! THE INDEX AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. It Is or.ly jr. -t to tay t'.at U'y IjtS try dot-Mi't look lil.i- a KnuukiioiUer. The fallow was riuht who said "for 1 me icMuiu kiiiu-Us ut tl.f dour of lUe knm k r." A rtibur',- n.an !:. I th; othr day vtiüo rcaihn a ni-vvs.aii',r. TU? ru lii.S I'as.-loii. It comes i'Ptty ivar twins lanni 1 ulisni when a psit i! l :In raU'ly cat.; up a boik l'lcr i'ut''r. It is just as i a-y to loso mnnry in tho new New York stuik txi Iiiuiko as it was in the oiil uní'. JiulKii'-K from if.'iTts in Missouri, a Vakini; powder iiüi'.c is ahoul as dun porous as the oti.rr sort. Montreal's í r:i v ili' t's havo lioen cin a strike. They claim t'aey had jjocjcj grounds !Vr (üittini;. "ípeaMn;; oí unhappy the Ualtimorc Ahhtic an tho pravoyai'cl?" I'sually ots." remarks "what about the feme. Tin re ': more' to he learned from one living unirán than from a whole HmiihsoiiuMi museum i f antliiupoloi;y. - L:fo Russia presents rations ami v.nui 'earn what tiny about it. its res...

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. — 3 July 1903

WE cupola fT SKETCHLr If I y BYCON WLLIAÍ13 Byron found a pleasure in the path less woods, "a rapture on the lonely shore." Bryant communed with Na ture, that he might list her various language. Byron sought solitude; Bryant sought association. Some men go to the woods to be uplifted; others to dig angleworms. Lowell, in his "Fable for Critics," tells of one whose Nature is a glass of champagne with the foam on It. This Is the type of man that passes through a farm yard without wanting to pet the new calf. His heart is seared to God's country. He is what they call "city broke, and a high stepper." Pity the man who wears the city crupper and can't see over his blinders when driv en Into the country. ? Í 5 With May a marvel of bloom, we followed Bryant into the sweet-scented wildwood. To gambol on the green sward that girdles a great city, one must take to the elevated railway, thence to the surface street cars, and finally, to what in pastoral parlance Is known as "Shank's horses." A...

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 July 1903

You ran k'ep your kivíiii:h iutihi n with tilín THE INDEX. I SoJa wter a Bay 4 Current's, July QJ uiBiuii;iiEtiiuiiiíiiumic,lllfrr You can Save iMoney By Buy ng Your 8 DRY GOODS... ; 1 Fíanos Organs 01 j. "K 7T ' AZTFC. NrW Mt.XK'O. Be Bure and com to Aztec for the and Feed Stable fa ll l'í J U. . Entetr.1 lit the D..i(l.ce at Anee mail matt.-r of ttm sxoud class. Fire works and'tLigs at Bay i Cur nt's. 3: oneei music , i -1 . - f n1J A CI.., TITnt,r.r- PlrtM-c Tí.,.- JOF. FHKWITT. Eililor anl Manager. McCormick sickle grinders at the Sn W. B. ALEXANDER Prop. BOOTS AND SHOES I THC. OFFICIAL PAPER OF uan Stores. dry and Silver Ware at Eastern Catalogue prices, in Southern SAN JUAN COUNTY Orangee, lemons and k'au&DhB at 1! K viiuiuuu NOTIONS rm c Current's Lib. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. HAHN . , ., V . ft . -, , I Hi . Fruit jars at San Juan SloreB, Aztei Headquarter fur San Joan Count) Hauctimeu. Onr- Y"ar ix Months Throe M.mtl.s... .tl 00 IM .. 1 no and Farmiogton. . . 3D OF. New i...

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 July 1903

thedelieney of win th.. !:s'' tica o Ii" unitiTsiir nl h;imii: twon untmmteit ail vi. . IT A KT VOLÜME XIV AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1903. NUMBER 24 A Plea lor the Cottonwood. The Denver Republican Bays that it la about time that Colorado people leatncd to appreciate the good points of the Cottonwood tree. Because it grows eo freely and bo cheerfully dis teRards lack of CHre the tree is regard ed as but a poor thing, onlv good for sandbars in the rivers and hedgerows on ranchee, and not to be compared with the elmBand maples and ashes'and other treoa which grow naturally in the east, and grudgingly here, The Cottonwood has one fault that the pislillatM trocB for a few weeks in summer shed a shower of cotton. But this fault is one which nurserymen could correct, but have not appreciated the tree, A staminate Cottonwood sheds no cotton, and it only the etamiuato trees were propagated the cotton nuie unce would be oliminated. The Cottonwood is among the hand- oruest of trees....

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 July 1903

Mr W ' otHVTw coto. th&raTKE.a- t. 1 THE INDEX AZTEC. NEW MEXICO. A birs Line. lit ;a tin;? cilea ssv "The nn et.d. tin. trials of t lie Shamrocks arí at Nuw taeir troublis will It- A place f'ir everything at:l every thing in it, is a goo 1 description of BOI110 closets. The newspapers uf Philadelphia are having a fine game cf ping-pong with that new libel law. Perhaps Ku.-Ia is simply moving her troops in ami nut f New Chuaug to give them exercise. No Pian can claim to creation hi l.a-.ii as a i telephone conm ci li tis. the l r bessi S 1 of his irl If the laundry strike continues much longer t'l.ha.uo will le the unwashed us well us the windy city. President Piuz is n cnty three, but there is no talk in Mi ieo to the effect that he is too old for re-election. Mayor Ames of M innapolis will Fpend six years in prison at hard lalmr. Sooner or later the fiddler has to be jai.l. Poli r.urdi-tte' says that dub women make tin; best wives. And incidentally t.'iat is a reat compliment ...

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 July 1903

pises. Y'ou envy me the hold I have .fcUiu lliu Wost. fc.ii torno i uj la-i LMuvar iltr tllUltl ttll'l tU IK. Hull iTá 1 il( Hill I HlU lu lur- Absolutely puro. ftntt l or our New Premiara Llt The Oeyeerlle Houp Mtg. Cuuipttu, lieavor Confession. When I was ynnn I made a vow To keep you Ih In my heart as long As tlier were birds upon the bousb. To gladden me with sons; To learn what lessons I.lfe might give. To do my duty as I saw. To love my friends, to laugh, and Uve, Not holding Death In awe. So all my lyrics s'.nst of Joy, And shall until my lips are mute; In old nue happy as the boy To whom Ood Rave the lute. -Frank Dempster Sherman in Century. II Slight MisjidersfaidiiYg li your ongiral p:acs. I intern to let events have their course. But by the time your arms have arrived the gov-' erident will be overthrown and your ' old enemy anU my friend Torres will ' be president." j "Senor Martin," gasped the colonel. "I am sure my daughter would bo ! pleased to have you call on us thi...

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 July 1903

t'..:.'. .' ro A..t.c wit'-thetu You can Save Money : DRY GOODS... BOOTS AND SHOES NOTIONS ETC-. 1 J M. RANDALL, - - Aztec, N. M. Tho Durando, Aztec c-MPr,r mid Furmiiigtoii .., liable Rales itio Rule. v ri.iimr ua,.nB multine-the trin :triuiii(jtuu lu ono day. The patronage of the traveling public Roliuitbd ; I'dclagnt to be tent by eipress should THE AZTEC HOTEL CHAS H. BAKER Proprietor tlrt patronage of the public is solicted. It is our aim toplea.se. We ask a trial. The Brick Hotel First National Bank Dl'BANGO, COLO. ipitai $100,000.00 Daniels. Ilrovcu A- Cu-, K-UI,lMi. d l--' first Natieunt Hank, l-.-t;iljlilinil 1-J OFFICERS and DIRECTORS. U.FKED P. CAMP. President. JOHN L. M SKll., Vice l.-.ldeti. Vm VAILK, CBlner. AKTH t'K W.AYRKS. A-s't (Vluor, ' CHARLES HOKTTCHKR. Funis). Frkn Uruf'-. Letter of Credit. ' ...,iii..Tniu.ffrs Itny tloH Bullí u. t1 .I. lt' iniuuuu i 1 '1 Ot F:urriiiiu,toii. N. M. capital, 25,000 A p'nerul lianltir.n 1)UhÍ'iphb trundle- ; 'trrl. Loans tmidi' on...

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. — 31 July 1903

Count Inde VOLUME XT' AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1903. NUMBER 26 San j ü AN Y The New Railroad. The newspapers of the territory are cuu8iaotly aptutiog the extetitioo of the Santa e Central through to Dura tip;,,, traversing the rich and fnrtile valley of San Juitn cjuniy. New Muxiito i abuut to enjoy tho fruits of the asii-ttion of railroad construction, and the fullowine. taken from the New Mexican, will he cheering cews to our fruit and grain growers and horse and cattle ureeders Such road would make au outlet for our vast deposits of coal and other resources that are now practically dormant. San Juan county is jusi, now attracting attention aud is growing and developing faster than any other portion of Now Moxico that is not favored by railroads: 'Ihe reconnoisbance preliminary to a suiveyfor the extension of the Santa re Central Railway from Torrance, its southeastern terminus, to Roswoll, the principal town on the Pacos Valley & Northeastern Railroad in southenste...

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. — 31 July 1903

THE INDEX -AZTKC. NEW MEXICO. V.i .'.an l l.aá jiuiv-I three mere lULc:. on I'le re ). Sir Thomas is still mi.su!m. Il las tin- leu i raiüiiit that character ises his rücc. A new i.lliie lias 1 :i ma lí' fur Wti Til. i; far;.. N..:iiii.i; in Ciina, wa.-. l i'i.uw; h fur I: i in. Ht-iiry Wrutrrsmi i!. '(larts that !!;!? is r.ci iili ul priilic 1 1 :"f. Is there any it, al priwtte lit. ? Another exploration party will set fi.r.h in !' i:r.? h aiiia prei-cuily in nai'ili of tlii' telegraph hw. Anthony i o . Is iri'ir.i to p-r mar 1- I . (lo. ,11,;, tu the fii l!y Iiiah'iiues. '11.' y will all In. nuir.Mi.iui s ail.T tlii.-. T i" 1 it. rs a:. m 11. ale In wr ite It! t 1 t .-' 1 1 IT- i-t :. t lairKU.'s. but tie klllUK.U c c.l ..e I.- l:ot une (it tic ill. 1' i I..- hop. . that Sir Thomas l.ijit" 11 ;- l-,v Icpi f'i'.ly iiif.iriueil n. l'i ' i... I. :i:ai I :ti.;.. .. rli.nnai.i . s of the le ..at.. . l'r.-.;.. tit I ia wi.l a' . t i anith- r f ; r y ai-' term it. V, '.n. r. incie l-i.'i...

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. — 31 July 1903

1HU UI t'WCllllli for fj H) bluet! liora Unale m I Uln It fu; HJ bte"l lloro Mi'MLti At fuluieljr pura, hemi for uur Now l'renilum IjW y oruvtn coto. CATAR R H HAS SPENT FORTUNE TRYING TO FORGET AMERICAN GIR.L Capt. RopetvCurzon Dissipates His Patri mony in Vain Eifort to Undo the Chains Forged by Cupid Now Ready to Begin Life Anew V Capt Arthur Erie Taget Roper-Cur-fon has spent $300,000 in America in three years trying to forget an Ameri can girl. Arthur Eric Paget Roper-Curzon was a youth of experience when he first met Miss Marguerite Gwynne, although he was only twenty-three. His birth and the allowance given him by a rich and generous father, gave him abundant opportunities. lie met his American sweetheart on board a r mi,,, mu $ Before he had finished his first six months in the farm-school his father died. Then, in the language of one of his friends, "Roper-Curzon dropped the rake and reached for the roll; the fireworks commenced immediately." His share of tbe estate was lit...

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. — 31 July 1903

errar ira 1 wenty-two llorado. Martín & Son ln.l.aillniltMMM 1MMM'M (I J ' JJ? V 1 ' aiiiiinfiiiuiiciiiinifiiiiiiii'""" You can Sav Money By Byna Your DRY GOODS... BOOTS AND SHOES NOTIONS ETC. OF. I í M. RANDALL, - - Aztec, N. M. Tip The Durango, Aztec and Farmington C. M. ELLIOTT Proprietor. Reasonable Kate the Bule. Stage Line. Eny riding stages, making the trip through to Durango from A ztec or farmington n one day. Tho patronage of the traveling publics solicited Package to be sent by eiprea should be left at the postofflco iu Aztec. THE INDEX. AiTtc, Nkw Mexico. Euternd at the postóme at Attre mail matter of the second claa. JOE PREWITT. Editor and Manager. Tm OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year , 12 00 Six Montht 1 00 Three Months SO Friday. Jily 31, 1903. 1 LARGELY LOCAL Tbe second cutting of alfalfa has com-rueDced. Aztec merchants have many freighters bringing in gooda. Go to Current's tonight. Lawn social. Games, B. Y. P. U. auspices. The ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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