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FRIDAY. SKI'TKllltKIE HQ, 1H1W. OTHIll Hftt IF Til CWITI. Insect Powder J.L. The safest, quickest, and most satisfactory way to Ret rid of Flies, Bedbugs, Roaches, or any other in houae peet in to use a Rood insect powder. By a good powder wo mean a powdtr that ie death to insects of all kinds. We are selling an insect powder "THAT KILLS" Bend us your .nler. PARSONS, LEADING DRUGGIST, ptitANiio, Colo, LOCAL NEWS. It was n:t in the shade Monday, (irorge (iriflin mailo a visit to Aztec Monday. W. J. Wright and Billy Infesty of Aztec were in town Monday. J. V. Dunlap of Aztec was in Farm iiiRton several days this week. DortOgO now floats the stars and stripes from the tup of the court house. The Republican territorial conven tion will meet, in Albuquerque tomor row. Bobbie Vinyard was with us the first of the week in the interest of the Durango Herald. I. A. Lanshren will in a few davs comtnence the erection of a four room addition to his hotel. Thos. Fulcher's new frame residence just west of the Presbyterian church is nearing completion. Will listeH will on Monday com mence the c-or tion of a four-room brick house on Orchard street. Win. Hahuenkrat, who has been punting everything in eight but tie fruit at Farmington, is home again. - Durango Democrat. C. IS. Trow has received the ma ehinrry for his mill opposite Aztec aid will be rpudy to commence turn injj out Hour in a short time. Miss Katie Real leaves this morning to resume her work in the Salt Lake schools, from which she was called by the illness of her mother. Democrat. Harry Dean is nearly well of the in jury to his head, sustained while switching in the . ilverton yards, and will soon be back at work. -Democrat. The friends of Johnnie Barton will be distressed to learn he in duugnrous- ly ill with peritonitis. He was taken down last Friday and has been iu a critical condition since. Senator Henry M. Teller will speak in Durango on state and national af fairs tonight, Sept. 30, when there will be a rousing mass meeting of the silver men and supporters of the fusion ticket. J. C. t'aviness is a late arrival from Paris. Texas, and this morning ar ranged for the hauling of u carload of household goods to Aztec, where he will locate with hiH wife and children -Durango Herald. The big threshing machino belong ing to Messrs. Brimhall. Ashcroft and others, is now in the San Juan valley and everybody at Fruitland is busy getting their splendid crops of grain threshed and garnered. T. C. Bryan and Roy Kennedy came through town Tuesday on their way home from Blue Water, on the A. & P. railroad, where they are holding a hunch of cattle which they expect to bring to this country later on to feed. D. W. Ayresand wife of Durango spent several days in this vicinity this week. Mr. Ayres is here in tho inter est of the horticultural display for tho fair at Durango next month. He re ports that there will be a number of fine displays go from here. R. T. F. Simpson (genial Dick) came over from his trading post Tuesday and returned Wednesday. He brought Joe Wilkin with him and they too brought their usual amount of sun shine. We are glad to see Dick and Joe, as they are great big hearted fel lows and make ono feel belter after seeing them. Will Nickcll came down from Du rango on Monday's stage and returned Wednesday. Mr. Nickell returned last week from the "wan,'' having been mustered out of the Rough Rid ers, and is loud in prnlse of Colonel Teddy Roosevelt. Will came near not returning home, as in the second battle at Santiago a man was killed on , either side of him and a bullet went ,;brot!gn hi'-ihitt on tfce left inoulder Prof Fmil Fiocher, the noted map maker and aivhitett, dropped dead in Silverton one day last week of heart failu re. Mrs. Thos. Newton and son. Walter, leave Saturday morning for Denver to take In the Featiral of Mountain and Plain. Mrs. Jake Hobbs and her daughter of the La Plata are visiting Mrs, Hobbs daughter. Mrs. A. E. Dostin. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rhoads, for merly of La Plata but now of Santa Ana. California, are visiting their old friends in this county. Mrs. C. 8. Cameron and Airs. Henry Van Brocken of Flora Vista, were vis- uing rarmingion weanesoay on Dus iness, alBO to attend the meeting of the Ladies' Aid iiociety. The colored supplement of the Den ver Post in its issue of last Sunday containing the programme of the Fes tival of Mountain and Plain, attracted a great desl of admiration. It is Haul that Leonard Scott, son of J Riley Scott, has placed 8500 in a Du ; rung. i bauk which he oilers as a re ward for the capture of Robert Gavin ess, the murderer of his father. Sam'l Hugh is having an addition built to his Orchard street residence and is also having a porch built the entire length of the front and other wise improving it, which will make his home one of the attractive places of that beautiful residence street. In a letter to W, A. Hunter, O. E. Stivers says his family are pleasantly located in Albuquerque. That he has beeu engaged in special advertising work at several points along the A. & P. road; that he is doing well in that line and will follow it for tho present. He expects to go to HI Paso next, that city enjoying a period of considerable business activity just now. Mrs. Thos. Damon, who has been a student at tho Fort Lewis Indian sohool, is dangerously sick at T. J. Arlington's residence. Mrs, Damon has been in failing health for Rome time and was returning to her home near PhffiDii she being a Pima Indian in tho hope of being improved by thr change, but became fo ill that she was not able to travel further. Both the Democrat and Republican parties of this precinct held their pri niaries here last Saturday for the pur pose of electing delegates to the coun ty conventions to be held here tomor row. The Republicans selected as delegates George K. Oriflin, W. N. Kighr, A. E. Dustin, C. H. McIIenry, S R. Blake and Frank Hoff, and the Democrats selected E. S. Whitehead, John C. Hubbard, Wm. Sutherland, E. K. Hill and W. A Hunter The Republican primaries passed off with out incident, but a lively discussion was precipitated in the Democratic primaries by a motion to exclude all from participating who did not pro pose to act with them in the election this fall. Awarded Highest Honors WorUs Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. dr W CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pare drape Cream of Tartar Powdir. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A. E. Dustin and T. J. Arrlngton departed yesterday for Fruitland and other points on the lower San Juan on a business trip of several days. R. G. Graf left for Durango Monday morning, whete he has taken a posi Hon in the blacksmith department of 1 the Jackson Hardware company. We warn all political aspirant not to attempt any friendly slaps on the arms of the Farmington citizens. They are very ' 'touchy" and you may lose a vote. This smallpox talk has caused all the trouble. The trade between J. L, Nickell and T. P Schurtz whereby the latter was to become proprietor of the upper end of the stag route between this place and Durango. has been declared off. Will Nickcll will resume his former place as stage driver that he gave up to enlist in the "Rough Riders." E. V. Shelhamer of Flora Vista, N M., cumo in town yesterday with a load of fruit and melons, which he readily disposed of at satisfactory prices. He reports that there is only about a quarter crop of fruit and mel ons in his vicinity, but that the grain crop generally is large. - Democrat. The :?ppk packing business for Por- ! ttr Bros. Commission Company. fSbJ" i cago. commenced in full blsst this ' week In Andy Stevenson's orchard. It stands r be fruit growers of New ' Mexico in hand to make a creditable exhibit during the fair and Odd Pel low week. Never in tne history of the country has such a splendid oppor tunity been afforded to advertise the country. Herald. H. R. Skinner is one of the most sue eossf.il growers of fine pears in this great pear country. Yesterday he left a pear at this office of the Bartlett variety that is a prize taker, and what is more to the point can supply them by tne boxful of the same quality. Henry Benning is down from the mountains for a lew days rest. He has been prospecting this summer, and has located and worked several new prospects above Silverton, but has not yet opened them up sufficient ly to know how they are. Democrat. The Ladies' Aid society of Flora Vista spent Wednesday with the fam ily of Rev. J. T. Mitchell, hav ing come down to make a quilt lor Mrs. Mitch ell. They brought well filled lunch baskets and n great deal of pleasure was corrbined with their labors, and all that were present declared thev had spent a most enjoyable day. LadifS, to get the latest styles in millinery, call on L. C. Gilbert & Co, when in Durango. For Sale. I have 4,000 apple boxes for sale. J. A. Laughren, Farmington, N. M. Vol Ice. Notice is hereby given that a teach er's examination will be held at A.'.ec, on Saturday, October 1, IHW. com mencing at 9 a. m. L. B Bt'KNHAM, Superintendent of Schools DRUGS and CHEMICLEo. PAINTS AND OILS, TOILET ARTICAES. FANCY GOODS, DRUGGIST SUNDRIES ASSAYER'3 SUPPLIES ARTIST MATERIALS. I E. TIFFANY, Jr., Pharmacist. Successor to Ihe SAN JUAN DRIQ AND MERCANTILE CO. Dura nun. Colorado. .11 I'KKSCK MAIL OKDKKS TIONS CAKKFI'IiIjY GIVEN I'KOMl'T ATTENTION COM I'OVNDKO. rr ' Largest Clothing House in Dmango, o SB JTHE NATHAN rm E 0 AAV ur D i j We Carry a Complete- Lino of urnishinef Goods, I Clothing, Gents' Hoots and Shoes, 1 1 ats, Ot R GOODS ARE Ot THE BEST. FIT THE NEATEST, PRICES THE LOWEST. Neck wear If you noed anything in the line of jc-wcliy, flrearma. fishing tn kie or sportiog (roods, o-ll in at the Prcuni Arms and Sporting Goods Oo., when in Durante, as ttey ere offering some bargains in these lines. A Fatal Error Is the idea that we can't supply you witb every thing von want in tho DRU'J LINE. The party who took my wagon Bheet from tho fair grounds will please get through with it and return it as soon as possible, and save me the trouble of going after it. A. H. Davib. Miss L. 0. Gilbert of Durango has juHt returned from the eastern mar kets with an elegant stock of fall mil linery. Oo and see her. W anted Oat straw. H. J. Coffey, Farmington. The old and well known Stevens coal mine at Fruitland will be ready to till all orders for this celebrated coal on and after Oct. 5th. Imitation is a criterian of goodness. Lots of other Jeans pants are said to be as good, or nearly as good as the Buckskin Breeches. There's as much difference between the original and the pretty-neurly as-good pants, us be tween a dollar and a counterfeit. For sale by Cooper & Duitln, Farming- ton, N M. When ou want a meal that will make you feel like a "bloated bond holder," tackle one of Will Marsh's "squares." The nicest, cosiest and cleanest beds for 25 cents a night or $1 00 a week. Where? Why at Mrs. Bunch's, oppo site the court house. Frank Cunha, barber and hairdress er, opposite Jackson Hardware Co.'s store, Durango. Colo., agent for Dr. White's hair grower. If you want to enjoy ' Home Corn tort," try Mrs. Bunch's beds for25ct. Opposite court house. The Durnngo Milling and Elevator Co. of Durango, have remodeled and improved their mill and have put everything In first class shape for man ufacturing that excellent brand of flour "horseshoe." Spring Carriages and Road Wagons with ar.d without tops, made by the Clebra ed John Deere Plow Co., for sale by W. C. Chapman, Durango, Col, When in Durango have your Jug filled at John Kelienberger'g. When in Durango don't fail to call on L. 0, Gilbert & Co., the milliners. Oo to Arnold & Herr. Durango. Colo., for short time loans. All kind of Buckeye mower repairs can be had at the Pioneer shops. Tf?o VtKWTOtt, J. E. Smith's PI larmacv. DURANOO, COLO. Any lady in need of fall or winter! millinery will do well to examine the stock of L. 0. Gilbert & Co , Durango. M. A. Brachyogel & Co.. Durango, buy every kind of produce. Call and I see them. The old reliable Bain wagon is sold ! only by W. O. Chapman. Durango. L. O. Gilbert & Co., the Durango milliners have anything you want in stylish hats and bonnets. Fruit boxes of all kinds at M. A. Brachvogel & Co , Durnngo. M. W. Milligin has had made new dust proof wagon boxes, specially pre pared for hauling fruit, and is now prepared to put fruit into Durango in good condition. 'Horseshoe'' flour popularity every day. Groceries and fruit boxes of all kinds at M. A. Brachvogel & Co., Du rango. Produce of every kind bought and also handled on commission.; Call on them. t If you want a good bed and good meals when in Durango, stop at he Windsor hotel, opposite Chapman's, as that hotel has been re opened by Randall & Way nick, and newly fur nished. Rates reasonablo. When In Durango have your jug ; Throngh to DnrBBg0 irum Farming pointing fapei Hanging 6 I am prepared t do your Painting and Paper Ha igin at reasonable pr fs. Work gunr enteed. Leave your orders and address at The "TIMES" office. Wm, Hahncnliratt, RALPH C. SMALLEY, Business and Dress Suits is growing Largest Drug Store in the southwest, in llARMIJiflTOJi 1 1 vmm . . STAGE LINE. nn PECK At NICKELL, Props. Colorado Steel Rang s are the best and cheapest on the market. For sale only by W. 0. Chapman, Durango. Colo. The Windsor Hotel, opposite W. C. Chapman's hardware store, Durango, ton in one day. Easy Riding Covered Stage Packages to he sent by express should be left ut P. M. Pierce's store. Farmington. RATES, ... . . i Ul III l .1 l imi i .w m , L ... r in up 1 our, ir,-M lo-uo(MHMl HI1U IltlWIV I C furnished and will be conducted under I the management of Randall & Way nick. It will be run on the European plan. Kates reasonable. i Dnraiwo W IXh roaod trip w.oo. Blacksmlthing Have your plows sharpened, vour horses shod, your wagon tires set or blacksmithing ot I ton any kind, dono by li. A. (iamhill. He does good work and his charges are reasonable. John U. Hippenmeyer & Co. have opened a meat nnd produce market in the first building east of Newton's blacksmith shop, and will keep con stantly on hand a supply of fresh meata and vegetables in their season. FOR SJlLE. The house that I built 18.X5B on the esa, wishing to retire from Fancing- H. J. COFFEY. MADE - TO Hats, : Caps : and : Gents' 907 Main Avenue, next ti Richey's. ORDER. Furnishing : Goods. DURANGO, COLO. A. L. Newnham, lain am 1 O rname ntal P lastenng Is prepared to go anywhere in San Juan Couuly. Has liinl Eighteen Years oT Experience. Best of References. All work guaranteed. Parminerton. 1ST. M. A. B. DOUGLASS, FURNITURE! New and Second Hand Stoves. Tents and Wagon Covers. ONE DOOK SOUTH OF BRACHVOGEL .V: CO, DURANGO, COLO. Mrs. A. C. Hippenmeyer, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING, K A KM INOTOX, NEW MEXICO. t Dr. Fenner's t DYSPEPSIA) i C XT BE. This Remedy, as the name implies, is simply for Dyspepsia or indigestion. Nearly all cases of Dyspepsia, and they are legion, are caused or attended by INACTION or TORPIDITY of the STOMACH. Some of the following symptoms are always present : Uneasiness, weight and tension over stomach, bloating, sour eructations, spitting of food, belching wind, offensive breath, palpitg. tion of heart, sick or nervous headache. Consider the eminence and success of Dr. Fenner In practice, extend ing over many years, the high rank which his writings on medical ques tions have taken and you cannot but feel that here Is a preparation that will surely cure you. If not sati?tipd altrr nMne one bottle your monry will be refunded by HOWMAN BROS.. FAFtMINGTON, NEW MEXICO. Cooper $i E)ustin Largest and Finest Stock of BOOTS - SHOES EVER BROUGHT TO FARMINGTON. Fine Line of Seasonable Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Coods This Firm also carries a lull line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCFBIES, The Graden Merc. Co, Durango, Colorado, LARGEST DEALERS IN SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO. Curries Complete Une of..... Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes rrutnyt ami Cnrtl'ul Alttmiiou Ciivtn Lu all Mail Oukr.