This looked to be an older building in the town of Magdalena and it said there was still a newspaper in one end of it.
There was a windmill museum in the town of Pie Town, named that many years ago back in the 1930's when a man decided to sell pies to the travelers on this road. He made a good business of it and the little town grew but there have been times when there were no places that sold pies. Now it has become a tourist stop for the pies and there were 3 cafes that sold pies. Very good ones, in fact, with a favorite being the apple pies with jalapeno peppers and pinion nuts added to the pie filling. Jalapenos are a very well known New Mexico hot pepper usually used in Mexican foods and the pinion nut comes from the pinion tree which is the New Mexico state tree and a kind of pine tree found only in the southwest states. Pinion nuts were ( and are still well liked) a staple in the diets of native American Indians in the southwest states.