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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 6 September 1901

!: i I. ! ;!:-f y rjt T" r-T?V ft termine. COLCHADO I u - - . U -jL. , J TfrT :r.v "5 VCLUHE XII AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, n lit AY, SEPTEr.ir.ER . mi. OVlt IÍAILROAO. Th railroad right of way mooting hold in Aztec Saturdry brought out B very full attendance and the great pub. lio interest in alt that pertains to rail road building in Bun Juan county was evidont. A. H. Springer was chosen chairnmn and ha introduced Mr. O. E. McConnoll, representative of the Colo raiio & Gulf railroad company. Mr. Mc Ccnnell gave a resume of the labors that bad been put forth by himself and te In behalf of the project. lie told how the money for the preaant thorough survey had beon procured, and detailed the progresa of the enterprise to date. His presentation of the resources of the country covered by the survey, th great coal and coke fields cm the north, the fruit and agricultural marvels of this county, and the phenomenal copper bearing deposits of Southern Arizona and Mexico, represented by the gre...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 6 September 1901

Ifc3 LItlis Lsiy of tfca Tena- illt Ill c-y--' ... Ni:v Mr.icv.x T! :n Mkiisnfl rier Is 2.170 ia'il' 1 i' k. but at virions p' Ints In It s -ur.-.e is very rnrrow for Its length. No British. fMp Is permitted to carry ta d ofk Iih d of timber Into a British port lirt ween he last day of October and April 16. Kmlle Zola has Just refused an offer of $100.000 for threo books. "I once walked the streets of Taris In danger of starvation," he said, "but I am not starving now at tbo age of 61." Bcrmuoa's receiving ship, the Ter ror, has been put out of commission after perhaps the most uneventful ca reer of any naval vessel. She was an Iron floating battery built In 1SÓ6 for 4)ie Crimean wsr, but waa sent the tollo Ins year to Bermuda without having seen service, and for forty-four years remained moored off the Naval club there. George Gould, like his father, I" a silent man. He divides his secrets with no one. Taught In a practical school, he has the ability, the wealth and the experience ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 6 September 1901

r y j i ,r 1 ciuli v u la l.-.-l', . nfl i.i.'.tr - v :.i'.v j . j 4 t i é" " " ' ' ' i ' t - ; ' A . f : i, -A ' r' V H H W Vridrnenth tha aprrnfllna- mapla liappy rhlMrcn meet and plnv, And I v to mt ami watch them In the rlroln- honra of day. Watohlna: lhm my Ihouthti will wander to the happy anym gone by, When I. with the TiolKhborV rhlldren, romitail nut to play "I spy." Onery, orry. h-kery, Ann, 1'llllKon. folllann. Nli'hiilaa. John; Uueevy, quavry, ImikIIhIi navy, 'Mnk'nm. lli,k!um. lnu'k. And I loinr to run and Join them, Tons to be a boy agiiln; Lonir to Ihv aside the burdens borre by tired, busy men. And mv blond leaps fast and faster, and t clnp my han.la and shout When 'mllt merry peals of luuhter my own boy in counted out. Fny, meerty, miny, mo, i'Rtfh a nlKKer by the toe; If he hullera im him (to, Keny, meny, mlny, mo, Thua the eomnier hnura speed awlftly as the rhlldtsh a"ames are pleved In my haiK yard by the rhlldren gath ered 'neath the maple'a shade. Pnnelnfr foot...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 6 September 1901

OF DC RANGO. Istauli.aed 11, OP1UB, filCO, DOLOKK8, MANCOS, LA FLATA AND Dl'BANUO. same to the drug atore. pector at Del Norte, Colo., and G. V ,1 C, .lililí V Hii ( Mi-.-r rim On- I !ii Mini M i, r"""? Xui- ( J ml t ' . ' -i : " " v.- f " f. " I i Píanos Organ Sheet Muele n 5 The Intent stock of Gold and Silver Watches, Qh;í ks, Jcv.' tlty BTi-l .SjJvtT Ware at pastern Catalogue prices, in Southern r HAI-IN F.XPERT WnTCHMUKHR AND JEWELER CROP U3 A LINE. 6END US YOUR WORK. REFERENCE.: FIRST NATL. BANK Ullt IIÍ I 4 Extraordinary Sale of II ;- A At 65c per lb. With each pound of Toa. One Japanese Wntor Drop Teapot ia Given. Too pay Mron'.aa pound elsowhrra for Teaasffoodaa this, without t he Teapot. W h- not tin y it whnr" yon Ket thia Hub Teapot Kivcul ou can make better tea iu one of those Teapots tliao Id tin or euamnlnd war. Also, usual line of Dress Goods, Bustles, Dress Shields, Ktc. Ribbons, Trimmings, Corsctp J. M. RANDALL, THE INDEX. Fntc-ri 1 at thm pHr'lrfl t AMpc un m i 1 ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 13 September 1901

For town truatcs flnn. H. lirnwno 1. W. 1)iiuii'-I Atmon K. I tintín h rnk M . l'li-rco T.J, ArnnL'ton O. ('. HiiK J. A. linrwiM.,1 (. A. I oinptou J)ii. T. J. wr-T, l ti iln-r iiiidur. Mai une., Loa Pinos. Several t-r-t AC; IllL'ilt ht t!lM M-n...l A,. .r ... i .L .: s -..... VOLUME XII aztec new nrxico. Friday, September n. j?oi. number 32. County Commissioners. OllVe (if tnn Hoard of County Cmn niitfliiincrs, Aztec, New Mtxii:o, Scptom lcr 0, l'.KIl. The liourd of Cominipsion pr of San Juan county nu t in iwiiil fi'fwon. PrcBcnt. Cimiruipsionprn C. HiindinU Hnd J. V. Lujan, Rnd Clork L. C. (J rovo. Tho Hoard Jirocccdod to canvHHS the returns of the election for town trustee f the incorporated town of Farminton, held August 31,1001, and tho result wus (l""lnrd a follows: YuU's, M HI tüi 4 4" ;;t lis 1 Goo. II. lirowne, l.W. Dannels, Aluioo E. Dimtin, Frank M. I'ierco and T. J. Arriiifíton, being tho five candidates re ceiving the highest number of votes, wore declared elected and ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 13 September 1901

TI IK INDEX. AZTDU. . . NEW MKTXrOO. The demnnd for farm hands In, rausp.l such a drain upon the labor supply of Kansas that advertisements In the larpo cities for unskilled men, even at double, rates, are unheeded. In order to obviate the frequent dis putes na to tho aes of children the steamboat authorities In Switzerland have decided that In every case where doubt arises the child must be meas ured. All children under two feet are to have free pasaaRe, those between two feet and four feet are to pay half fares. Within two years remarkable reefs of fossil coral have been discovered near Üalnbtldge, on ili Flint river, Georgia. One reef go found consisted of coral heads, gome of them more than a foot In diameter. Iletween 25 anu 30 species have been recognized In tnese Georgia rerf.i. Geologists say that they belong to the tertiary age. A Vienna surgeon finds that In cases where the flesh of patients has sunken away In parts as, for Instance, after the removal of the teeth or a par...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 13 September 1901

thun the Liermun mutis. mm cloics K,V,S Ti:: Mi;5 rT Cr-tJtítLUfí t.).,xi rv DENVER TO SALT LAIiE CITY VIA THE UNION PACIFIC IVY. We doulit If a more siiniiituonsly -'iw.ivi train ever left Denver thnn that which pulid out of the Union ilcpot Tuesday evening, July 2.1(1, con taining alioiit fifty newspaper men. mostly from eastern cUIcr. who had been Invited by the Union Pacific rail way to bo their Kuests on a trip from Denver to Salt Lake City and return, with the special object of noting the Improvements recently completed and In progress alonp; that line. The train consisted of three Pullman sleepers, a dlnlriK car and the private car of General Passenger Agent I.omax. At Cheyenne the next morning there was added an observation car and the pri vate car of Superintendent Parke. As thus composed the train was carried unbroken to Salt Lake City. Accom panying the party there were, in ad dition to Mr. Lomax and Mr. Parke, Mr. Griffin, the general apent of the company at Denver, Mr. ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 13 September 1901

COLOCADO bvpeuds thn iim ii of onr ani.li ii. b.-L- u l,.r Uui'iiiir and Willi. v.iniiiiuuii. uiitisii ii jus ii t mi i mi u; js Pianos Organs : 5 Sheet Music " 5;: fc4 HI The largest stock of Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Jew- 5 w t'lry and Silver Ware at Eastern Catalogue prices, in .Southern i Colorado J HAHN EXPERT WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER OlIRAMGC , DROP U3 A LINE. SEND US YOUR WORK. REFERENCE : FIRST NATL. BANK OHIO AT : U U O Men's Work Shoes! All leather oil grain, lace and congress, at per pair It will hurry you to heat these. SALE' $1.50 Also, fine line of ladies' and children's Slio.s, Dress Goods, Cor sets, Waists, Hosiery, RiMions, Trimmings, etc. J. M. RANDALL, AZTEC. N. M. The First National Bank OK UVRANUO. Established Capital, . urplaa Fund, SS7.C0d.C0 s.coo.co Bamkino lit All Its Branches. Wt have an extounive correspondence and pat rwfff throuichont KuitthwMlfm Colo rado, aud thn adjoining countiea of N pw Mexico aud Utah, OFFICERS P.CAMP OH N L MrNEAL W. P VA1LK...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 20 September 1901

Tebfit.7v or Nfw Mm.ikv ) , ( ot S,n J. .. x, JL. . l(.'c . - - "! i.- . - p T; 01 O1- s-ti- v '-. '-A DAI i NOTÓTE VOLUME XII AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, HilDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1901. NUWDER 33. 1 rJlR MING TON'S FAIR. Thl Year' DlKply Fully Equal to th Standard of Former Season. Th annual Fair at Farmington ppnned Tuesday. As a demonstration tjf what this county can produce the fair has come to bo recognized aa of fcrpnt valuel and this year's efTort will fciiBtain its reputation. Base ball gamos, ' horse races, Indian dances and other sport combined with the exhibits of oil products to entertain and instruct. The attendance was from all parts of the county and Lurango and the moun tain towns contributed the usual number. The feroatost attraction lay in the fruit and Vegetable exhibits. These weré well arranged in a large tont, in which were also displayed the ladies' íaney work, the art exhibit and the Hyde company's anoortment of Indian blankets. We have space for only a bribf mention of t...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 20 September 1901

I 1 I rVllH INDEX. Arnxj, nxw Mirxroo. Thfic are 40 rountles In Touts which have to Berk lorxal advice out side their limits, ns they have not a single attorney of their own. India f)R hundreds of dialects, which may all be classed under three great heads the Sanscrit, Pracrlt and Magadhl. The Sanncrlt I the funda mental language and that of the Vfd.a; the Pracrlt the vernacular lan guage In many dialects, and the Maga dhl or Misra Is that of Ceylon and the inlands. King Edward VII hag accepted from Scott Montagu, membpr of parliament, a present of a number of American bronie turkeys, which were Imported Into England In a wild state, but have adapted themsplves rery comfortably 'to their new surroundings, and have 'thrived remarkably at Mr. Montagu's place In Hampshire. The king's birds will be lodged at Sandrlngham. Beginning The birthplace of our presidents are divided among the states as fol ows: Six have come from Virginia, five from Ohio, three from New York, two each from Mass...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 20 September 1901

Om f tka Want Partía Tfcat Cnfroat ffr Tnmf nitttnn hf.r pwrtftfr num. ( 'ni -n tM frt. All rex wit itamiml IKK.I M (I tU.Lfc it 14 li- li LArimor btrwei .iMjnrar, Colorada silt HAUPER0 TTX I 0 A TL V", r-"rv r-v Trrnii loftly; bow the hand- In revfrt-nt Henee bow! No panging bell rtoth toll; let an Immortal goul Is papulnt now. Ptraniter, however Rrent. VVIth lowly reverence bow! There' one In that poor ilied One hy that paltry bed Greater than thou. Beneath that Wear' roof, I.o! Death doth keep his tate! Knter! No crowd attend Enter! No guarda d( fend This palace gate. That pavement, damp and r-old. No smiling conrtlera tread; One allent woman itanda. 1-lftlnn with meager hunda A dying head. No mingling voices aound An Infant wall alone; A anb anppreaaed again That ahort deep ftnap and then The parting groan. Oh! change oh! wendroua change I Iturat are thy prison barn! This moment there, bo low. Bo agonized and now Beyond the stars. Oh! change atupendoua change! There Ilea the sou...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 20 September 1901

t). E. Lobato, Pedro Montano and ! r Mii m i) i m aaa.a4a,a..j(ir 4 ..', J ..... U i 4 it (UUiiUiUUiiiHUiíUiüiií,;;. 1 1 Pianos Organs Sheet Mucíc S: I The lnrs-t atock of Gold anil Silver Watches, Clocks, Jew- Üj 'T ai'l Silver Ware nt Jiastorn Catalogue prices, in Southern ; V..olorado. HAHN EXPERT WATCIIMJtKnit AND JEWELER OÜKANGO THE INDEX. A7.TFP, Nrw Mrxiro. Filtered t til poatoffie. nt Attne as Biail matter of the second olaa. L. C. O ROVE. Editor anil Proprietor. THn. OfTiaAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY TERM 3 OF BUBSTBIFTION, On Year Sil Months three Mnnll.l 1 on 1 (it) 50 Fridav. Sehtsmiikk 20. 1901. DROP US A LINE. StNO U9 YOUR WORK. RercRENcc: FIR6T NATL, BANK 2 ik I O UK AT n n O bu A Men's Work Shoes! O - I All leather oil grain, lace and congress, at cr pair It will hurry you to lcat these. $1,50 Also, fine li.ie of ladies' and children's Shos, Dress Goods, Cor sets, Waists, Hosiery, Ribbous, Trimmings, etc. J. M. RANDALL, AZTEC. N. M. I Social. Tb Ml..wir. program will ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 27 September 1901

ietuod by Ciovornor Otero fixo9 Tuesda. t..ii and Otut hi r tiiir o. K' I'l '' (i tith-ilio 1 l;... 1h itl 1. n. Any n -o 1 01 11 r 1 o r.,11 of I''-' ven. W II VN , . li. W . M.'i V "1- . f '"fi. T. i t ( - J 1 I .- -,1 vci.u; ni Aztec, i;nv r co, i ; day, sr.PTEnr.LR 27. i?oi. NUMDEIl 3Í. (inoran U. Culnwoil, in tho Korky fiounl-uri foB or recent nine1, givoa mo f í ! .i -a-i 1 T (Ji m 1 i tion vl two grout ilin- r:ovpriB lately niH'le in this reyon: H. 1'. Wn'' -inrr bins juat Boruroil from aiui Juan ui.unty A7.i1.; nioini.l jiirtiul r niHiiit; (if a K'C'i'itic lrnliir,tii ; fiuiiily l.irh CDiiKi'ilcl nt iiiiiihiirnl, w ifo Hru! a c'rM iHiil'iil'ly six months 0I1J. 'I lit! ri'inuiriH, C(JinirHiii(f nil thre of tlit) rcFK".'livo bUuíIh, jMirtions of tlio U r:h ItouiiA of tho nmn ami almost a;l of the K'lvis structure of the woman, iiulicate R stature for the man of pcvcn or fifht foot and for H irnmjn nf eh or noven font, whilo the child uitmt Jiuve niMHureil at liRnt four foot. W...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 27 September 1901

HALLA RUCKEL, MEW YORK TI IH INDEX. AZTWJL. kew xinxico. The number of rn.lentant Chris tians In Ojlon h8 Inrronned Sri fif teen year from 446.780 to 753,641. tn Ue, not counting colonic, the i.uroppan powers stand In th la ordpr: Russia, AuHtrla. Germany, France, I'nlted Kingdom, Italy. Residents In England have 110, 000,000 Invested In mortgages In for elgn countries. These Investments an nually drain the foreign countries of about 5.500,000 In cold cash. In 1818 the sugar producta of I,oiitr. lnna amounted to 25,000 hogHheada, the whole of the cane being ground by cattle, the use of steam In the grind ing of cane and the manufacture of augar not being Introduced until 1822. The annual report concerning the food supply of Paris for 1300 contains some Interesting figures. Here Is the otilclal average cf what a Parisian eats and drinks In one year: Two fcundred and forty-two eggs, 19.23 pounds of butter, 3.05 pounds of ready cooked butcher's meat, 31.92 pounds of fifth, 154.74 pound...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 27 September 1901

I Varía A Prc.T.!r.2nt Lsíy RaiseJ Frc a Sick C:i ty Fe-rii-n-Entirely C'jrcj b Two Ve-te. (y - ! a. J, v ' t "'i Sax Por r It pay, I wonder, lo toll for Kohl Till the back I bowed and bent. Till the heart l old nnd the Imlr Is white, An.l llfe'a hcpt dayii are Pent; Till the eyes ore blind with the yellow (lUHt That we atrlve for day by day. Till all ye hear Is the coin dull clink. I wonder, docs It pay 7 l)oe It pay, I wonder, to strive for naught Hut the pleasures Ufe will give, To dance nil nlRht and to dream all day. To be merry while we live; To work and worry and fume and fret Over what we shall wear to-day. Yhat we shall eat and what we shall drink, 1 wonder, dors It pay? I wonder, to give our Does It pay, strength. The treasures of henrt and hraln. The gift of the gods and the skill of hand For that which brings no gain: To labor for that which It bread alone, And the things that pass away. Till the hea.-t Is full of an achín void, 1 wonder, does It pay? Does It pay, I wond...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 27 September 1901

ecLORnoo statu naxht bldg. .ytiiiiuutimi niiiuiuuuuiniu.iiriu;;. jj Pianos Organs ! ! Sheet Music .; ' " The l.ug-vt stock of Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Jew- , t try and Silver ire Rt Eastern Catalogue prices, in Southern Colorado " . i J II HAHN I EXPERT WnTeilMAKER n'D JEWELER DURTINGO 2 DROP US A LINE. ' SEND US YOUR WORK. REFERENCE,: FIRST NATL. BANK J' -OHEAT- P-noiir (SAn ft y Men's Work Shoes I ... S1.50 AH leather oil grain, lace and congress, at per pair It will hurry you to beat these. Also, fine tine of ladies' and children's Shos, Dress Goods, Cor sets, Waists, Hosiery, Kiblous, Trimmings, etc. J. M. RANDALL, AZTEC, N. M. The First National Bank OF DIRANOO. established liSl, Capital, . arpias Fund, 887.eco.eo 5.CC0.C0 Banking In All Its Branches. rVa bave au extensive correspondence and pat riase throughout Southwestern Colo rado, and the adjoining counties of New Mexico nod Utah. OFFICERS P.CAMP OHN L- MoNEAL Wm.P VAILt President Vice President. Cashier. THE GOOD ...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 4 October 1901

t i ílá .... , y "f Trrv ii i; JUi K 1 - I J 1 1 A VOLUME XII AZTEC NEW HEXICO, FFIDAY, OC1 ODER 4. 1901. NUMBER 55. OUR ORCHARDS. Thcf Repay Inspection nd Mut B Seen to Be Appreciated. Frvita of Elegant Arpraraact and Fancy Flavor That Would PUax the Palate f An Epicure. From the pen of "Bluebell," tbe Du rango Herald's correapoudeot, comes the following roRliatic and favorable account of Aetoc and its orchards: To realize anything of the capabilities of Aztec iu the fruit line, ygu must visit the orchards. Then you can see for yourself. It is impossible to do the sub ject justice in a written description. An orchard is beautiful at any time. Even in winter, the bare outlines of the trees, thrown sharp against the sky, have a beauty of their own. Spring, the blos soming time, with its snow-cheeked petals, rl jshed pink with joy at the new life pulsing through the old earth's veios, has been made famous alike in eong and story. The trees of summer with their green vigor, their depth...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 4 October 1901

Sues Infanta Eulalia. woin inn pnvr me i""ii-'i hiiuii'ihiitij Into the lap of th nntton, lint our mata- LADlEf W,TH VIEWTOMARRIAGB I.HUIUU will Cnd It 10 Ihelr.laul.i5 writ ut. Our lot of eurmii.iu.li.iHa la H...11. AUW.U iomoN t to., ui L i tu., utw iuJ: THIS INDEX. AZTOG, NTiW MnXKXX There are altogether In Yucatan seven ritles. thirteen towns, sixty-two ruined cities. 143 villages, fifteen aban doned settlement?,, and 33 haciendas. Scarcely any of throe places has as many as 10.000 inhabitants, the popu lation of the great majority falling bo low 1,000. American Roman Catholics contrib uted during 1900 for foreign mUslons $71,230, the amount being sent to ths Central Council of the Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith. The headquarters of the propaganda are In Taris, France, and from there the money Is sent to support weak mis sions In all parts of the world. The American contribution Is much larger than previous ones. It Isn't against the law In Minnesota to Mil a gamb...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 4 October 1901

-Mirordur lirón to ii ti l imi th'i unnei hrnit I . . ' ! ! ! ) ! :i o Tri truly m1rn rroncher IMsrns.s avry fs.l 'it Trint romes to puHlp notice lu It ffnn1 or Itml, He sppsks with Kmroful nrrent On "HhmiM our Ilslr lie Ly?d" Or tlls him concrr antlon "Th( Proper Way to Kl.i." lis wslls "Ths Cursi of ChTkirs,' Or "Why We Lmv ttin Ksrm!" Hut none linn used thin topic, "Turn In Fire Alarm." Ho talks on "Mu..-rn Writers," Or "I an Our Votes B HmipM," nd sometimes he's Just lovely On "Tnoughtlessnets of Thought." Borne day en Innovation Will suddenly be eprunr Borne conncletitlous preacher ' Will turn his silver toriKiie To words of hope and heaven. And (rrare hl.i voice will fill. And we ll (ret more religion And less of vaudeville. Chicago Times-Herald. fe;? Tiia dutch ci Circumstances. BY E. C. WALTZ. (Copyright, 1901, by Dally Story Pub. Co. Whn the wind swept the boat cross the waters, tossing It to and fro In a mocking and mad glee, Carter Starr bad only the one thought to ave hi...

Publication Title: San Juan County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Juan County index. — 4 October 1901

This from the Chama Tribuno an . . . . Stao Lino. I Elipse il M.ijt-Mtie I Uiiund O.ik I nnr$ift a a , '.wuutru...; it i i i í i i i 1 1 1 a i n 1 i 1 i i i . Pianos Oirían Sheet Music J The largest stock of Gold nml Silver Watches, Clocks, Jcw !Z 'ry a!u iver Ware at Eastern Catalogue pikes, in Southern l- Colorado HAHN EXPERT WnTt'HHnKnK and JEWELER REFERENCE '. FIRST NATL. BANK r DROP U3 A LINE. 3 SEND US YOUR WORK. l I I V I II ) 111 I I V t )i I t V I II V 1 t I 1 H M M I 4 N (11 11 I 4 nUMAT 3 H O l, 3 P EI Men's Work Shoes! All leather oil grain, 1:lcc al"' congress, at per pair It will hurry you to heat these. S1.50 Also, fiue liiie of ladies' aud children's Sho.-s, I)ress Goods, Cor iets, Waists, Hosiery, Riblioiis, Trimmings, etc J. M. RANDALL, AZTEC, X. M. THE INDEX. A z i m , Nfw M f x no. ni'ittor 'í t t 'o m d r)n. L. l GKOYE, . fc.litor tui rroin.tr. TIF. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY TERMS OF SUHSCKIPTION. Onp Vr ivi Six Mi.nl hi . I (I riirwe Monti. ft Ml Finn a...

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