For the year 1909 in my Great Grandfathers Civil Guard records there are four entries.
Here is the third one:
The transcribed text so far:
1909: Por Real orden fecha 10 de agosto (D. O. no 177) se decir las gracias a este individuo por haber contendiendo a la xxx de xxx xxx xxx a Canfórica.
El 2º Jefe
To be honest, I am not sure if the abbreviate is D.O. I have located D. O. no. 177 but don't know what I am looking for. I did wonder if the abbreciation was R.O. but it does look like D.O. to me.
I realise that it must be related to the main article on pages 1 and 2 with the title Real Ordenes. I seeit is dated 10 Agosto. As to what it says ... another matter. :)
Using the transcribed text provided in the comments by @gparis below we get the following translation:
By Royal Order dated 10 August (D. O. No. 177) this individual was thanked for having contributed to the mobilisation of troops for the Campaign (?).
The 2nd Chief