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Or' DlMiXNOO. .,abl,)...l Ik-1 CAM TAT,, sckita's yv N'D. 'V7.(V0.(K) Tin: Imiiix. fc ii'-t.I at f I i !.i.((.H,tx utAr.tac. N. M , an I -1 ia lnl Ivr. I L. C. tunvi urru tRS: Wan 1. VA1L.K Pr.llnf Tica Pr..nlnt. 4 auniol. Colorado State Bank, DUr.ANOO. COLO. MTAILItRtO T 1U7. Ab'TUOstlZKD CAPITAL. WO.OjU. CASH CAPITAL, fall aid. $75.000 T r. a gor tl hBinc hir!aa. Dr.ft. tewtaa oe &Mim aná katop, as cut. ATISG8 DEfAliTMENT A hPECIALTT. t3T"TaVrMit paid on tim 'I a. inf. rlTva In. ? bat ,..i.l f.ci.iti for tniaaarttnc Hstiaa in rvnnnptm Cninradi, Siutliweal ra ha Mauro aud Svuih-.trD L tak. r. L HIHHl.I,, PainKT r. W. II h 41 LK, Tic PsnaiottST. D. It. iiUAüi,, Catit. TO THE S inciter City State Bank EuRAKuD. JUUL X COLO. JUUL O 4 Rio Grande o ti h s :r ki ' imt'h : ITM fic Yir pi Moi.'l.. I 1 f f i r. M'mi this rrFicmt. vnvr.R op s7n juan eeu.vTY. ! fW"Snh"rril.'va w';liin Tnn Inhkx .topped t I Pi pi inrnt ma of th'-.r u- 'T i).! i .n t i n t no tiff thp public hrr t. Hint f-IÍM-1. pt hfrw i-. it ill c..t"HÍMr' d t bdr wUh ti h r. it mn'.n pod, and rii) lerl ina will tip mail. for thr mp. Km day, Ji.nb .11), 1K:. t t LARGELY LOCAL, t Shoe Store S. L. MOENCH, Prop. O A FCLL LINK Of.... New Shoes No o 907 Main Avenue, DURAN GO, COLO. i 4 A O A. L. Richey & Bro., Wbalnaalc and Ratal (Jscls, Stationery and Perioáicals: Bc&sAol Sftpi'HM, Manufacturer Confuí inory. aÜI f ta of Biki uml in Nw Maío sohooli itpt in itork. DURANGO, COLO. The Inter-Ocean Hotel. ALEX. WAHLER, Prop. Mew Rrik rUrnlavima'y Furoiihtx. Qa)oit Uvput. KUctrk; Linbta O o Alkx. Waiilek, ALfO DKALKR IN IRCCEEIES, FRESH aid SALT MEATS OjaUn. Tiah, Kattar, Eg and Frodata. ColoraJo 4 v- ; .' ' , ' I j J 4. .- i f 'r, :to ; r' 'TIT'S C CCLGJ1AGO ax. nrif a a ir i b. , k.a.. ' fon I.vrexfiwx íTtrrtAt, . ,.l'l)f)'lit.nll1 J.K.líoo. i. CfiW, L'NVCai. - Ara you Cornil. g to Aztec On the Fourth of Jul? A. V. KhidlT whs ia Altai; )ftfnlHjr. Dr. Cnndit ia out Hgain and Htlendint; to busineaa. Agitata openincof the Nanjo reserva tion. It ia eoming. Geo. K. UrilTin tf Far:uiut;loQ cniup to see oa Wednradav. Juhfi Swirea ia towo from tha monn tsina for a few AnfW riait. Kdwaral G. llorry sail C. S. Hoyd ara viaitxra in tbe lowar vallny'. Jamog Sparrow wm over from the Ia Tinta the first of th week. ' Richard Morria anj family, of Cain briJt', Null., ui io tha lley. John Knt.of La Tlata, n ith hia mother and aiatra, was in Aztec Monday. Coanty Traaharar McHxary baa Loen busv tbia week writing tux rtcni)U. Alpha Mighail mafie the Aitec Du rango liayflcld rauto awheel thta waek. Bain wngoim. bent io the world, for aale by W. C Chapman, Durando, Colo. Nob tor Mnr'iiiez and Crivontamo Do mirjcuez of Lurfo were iu tuwu this weok. NJcCormick mowRrs, binders and rakes for iale by W. C. Chapman, liuiango Colorado. Severitl of our citizena attended the "chicken day'' ahow at Largo Saturday afternoon and niht. 4 1 Conatable Frank Bakor went to VHrmington this uaoruiog with aooie Itjid 1ui-uuianta to anrva. 4- Willis Markloy cultih tUrouph town yeiusrday en route home t K"uriniciton from Unrango. awheel. LftTo your orders for ' at the LTome hotel. W. S. Ualton delivera every oioroing. Bay cu and kep cool. At last Sunday's Presbyterian chureh Betvkea Mr. and Mra. Shulta'a childruu and Mia Ivy liukei wero bptiaud. Dr. V'fít haa bean in attendaace on f I). A. Lawii of the La Plata, who Buf fered a atroka of paraivnia Imt week. It haa been a rush with tha black amilha to keep up with demand for repairs on farm anacbinory, mowera, etcetera. Tha Fourth of .July committee hold a tinal meeting eailr tomorrow (Salar day) Blunt at the church. Turn out. ereryone. .'The ouao of Mra. D. B. Roan va. Mary (Smith, aenault and battery, in net fur today in the court of Judge Starr at r arunugto :. v, illiHtn a. Koati, or r artoineton, wiia ia town Tuesday, lie brouuht eucour urine reporta of the fruit crop around trie junction. Murdoek Mackenzie went through town Monday with Iohcis of '.vool fur Durando and w ill tiauk the horee auiuat any old machine. The proper thiuif to do when in town theae hot ciaya in to take a chutk of ice home a ith yon. V. S. Dalton at the Homo hotel will eupply yo. '-Vt. W LanbeiiujQ left Saturday for fNt-mo, S'nith Dakota, where he will clot-e up husnieita aíiaira preparatoiy 1 a piiruiauint reMotral to dac Juan eoutty. IVK. II, Whitfoid retuined last week rC from Dui'uneo with bia familr. who had juHt airivid frum Oklahoma and will inaki! Azti'c their reBidenae for tt i future. i. lr I M.-Tarvia Mra. Mnnrrm a"i.llo and her habiea went to FarniiiiRtwn .Sal urdav, retui uidk the hrat of the week acnoni'iauied by Mra. Lou Millar, who wi'l viait here aome tune. One of the beat etande uf alfalfa in the tounty ia that of Jaau Augummu Jaquez on the San Juan. First cutting will mako about as od a erou as in any pievioua year in that region. A rain mat was worttiy Hie name came to the eaateru tiortion of tbe county láuoday. At Azteo the preoipl the San J uan coimidarahly more Iforee thievea being a'uroad in thx land, the custom of loukn jf tliu atable ilooia or the paaturs i;Hte ai n r the noibu ih et'i'cu, alioiild come into fulnou Tha Alice Uardwaiv alore Iuh padlocka to null- juat tbe tiling in puch an imer ciicy . A small croii attended an enter tuibU'ti.'it given at the ecuoal houau Wud -ntaclay evening by a traveling honre at) iui( thernaelvea the "lvocky Mtjuiilmn C- niriiiaiie.'' 'J hoeo who atlkinkil em i 'rniiiigly ell plua.',l wah the par formant e. The comeiliana have guue t'i Farmiaetoo. - Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Miller. Mr. and Mia. M. C. 1'ickeuH. llr. ail Mra. Murk Carrie aud Dr. McKuouof i'aruiingtoii and Mibh Vaud Wal ing and M la liet tint Krewer ef Aitcc, formed a party which trieited the M jCcy pond at t lora Viata Sunday and ep'nl the day in the t-lib Ju of tlie grove and u the cnj1 waters. party of Aztec folks, incle. ling Dr. and Mra. Went. Mr. and &) ra. Klifworth Wiav, Alias hadie anil ottiuia expiet to leave for l'aKoe Springa ooo after the Fourth, to be gone three or four weeka. It will be Dr. Went' li rt. t valuation in tivtt yauia and on uia part the trip will be witb tliu object of teeuring a lauoh nt-roVd rent. Laat fyll 1 apirtine t my left hip hile hand. mj Borne bwavy lmj.ru. 'I tie doctor 1 culled uu fcaiu at drat it wua a hhhi etraui ami would tiuon be well, bul it I k'irw uome and the il ji tor tiien suid I j hud riiwii ajatiniii. ll t:outiuu'd to iuiv i W'ire ami Í could liaiuly iii lunil to ; ilk. 1 w ut to a d: ug klui .ihJ tbe , diiifi itit i i kiii inMuiini Lue to try Oiaiii ! b 'll.nu a l'iD llalui. 1 liit'd it and un I half of a Cel ceu I I tie cured ma en lire, 'y, I i m i. .,ii,u.end il to all U..V fríen ,i. - i I ' I. A!.. ' a. I .1 II, r. lili Í.-I .. . L . U 'A ..i.ua A I'M-I fM-l- I if (In - Dl C"'-i ilit B-,!eu tita 1 1. 1 ñu' ut I u. :u.4- l i of II, e n lay mi thn I'mirlli, hih tlie rule will b for each rider on lit i-liint' relay to rale tt on the hit tdail nurd p.nl,H. to t lie next r i ' r, tUi cIuhmt" t i be iviJ on 'hi run but nt rednc-ii ppi-ed. I ii'n' fii rnh'ia leaire the ji e! -oiricc at j.(H) 1. ni. The hicjrln broncho tar.o i all t'.e ta!l. Mr. tjiiiepie, the backer of the hue, went to Duracgo Knturday to i;i't Urain for bia aniniAlH. I.' f t in bea'eu, it will not be tbtoiie;h his own careleno ntan. AlreHily there ia a treat (lenl of Bptrulalion an tu the prnbuhle tixinof the race and h"ttinii ia heaver on this hue t lian ou the race itaelf. The Diiraiuro Democrat aaya: "We have finally invited uiwfhII tovmit Ariei: and t armiiiKlon the (list op in tiinity Seven yeaia on tlnn airle ttic hill and never In the fruil belt." It's piiKeini; strange and a ilmm'iijht shame Ibht Mr. Day has never lisiiel the orehaiu and valleyp he has done eo uiuali to aj vertise to the wi.rid. Tlie pe.iple heie will take pleasure in extending I lie "arlad hand" to bint, whenever he muy como. Dr. J. A. Dtiif was in towa Wednes day. The doctor ia now connected ith Dr. Folaom'a dental o ''ra in Dnrango and will UPsist iu caring for ihe extensive aud lucrative deutul patronage enjoyed by that vulleiuan. KocíhIi, peraonaily and iu a OuMii.i us way Dr. Dntl p r o-.t.t uinuy friends iu I Eec.ii'ua of the couuly, acjuirtxl iu two years' retuJeina- with ns. Jhk Jmdkx wisbea luiii every success. Che Paw nee (Okla.) Diepulch of a re cent Uate ) a: "(i. O. L avoar received letter lust week from big old intuid aad neighbor U.U. Uilderbrand and Mr U. saya he finds thisics in New Mi-xico about as repretnted to him before k went. He save if he ever leaves iNew Mexiae. be will come back tr I'awnee ountv. We hated to lone such neiuh bora and vitiaeus an Mr. U. and family and we cao assure him that he will re ceive a hearty welcome if he ahould conclude to uotne back." Die'rict No. 2 failed to held school election thin ywir and the directors whose terms expired have since, to avoid lrs;il technicdll'.ica, sent their esigaatious to County Supeiiutendent bloaeuthal and recommeuded the ap puinttuent oí C. U. iirewer, John Sharp and Harry Dminiuar as directorH in accordance with a pct.tiou sigued by many. The outgoing board has served two yeara and has (given socd Baliefae tion. Ita membern are W. li. Williams, O. W. McCoy and E. D. Sharp. Mit-s Lillian Flack died at Cedar Hill at 11 o'clock Thursday morning, Juue AJ, ot disease of the beart. II or llinees waa very biiof, as is usual with canes of heart trouble. Miga Lillian wup a popu lar, attractive young lady. Shu whs post -mistress at Collar liill at the time of her death, which occurred nt her father's house. She leaves two brothers and a sister, who with hr párente will receive the ayiapathius of all. v. (. . Mack of our town ia her cousin. The funeral ser - vico3 will be held ut 3 o'clcok toduy. The owaergbip of the Aztec roller mills ii tiu iu the Lar ota or Mouroe bielda, who baa paid down a stipulated turn tn bind the bargain for the property, title to which cannot be given until after the seeaion of the probate court. The death of (J. M. liew left tue mill without a head, aud although the property baa beau very protitaole, his father ia not diapuaud to give it hii attention, and consequently the sale. Mr. Fields will add to the machinery and secure the ser vices ut a hrat luna miller and will con stantly strive to improve the grade of llour uutii there ia Done better anywhere. Deepite the nackwarduees of the sea 6 a, tha reports from over the couuly are llial the niel cuttiug ot altalfu will be aluioat the average yield. Some ranch eien did not gel a good etart aud have vtily aUout half or two thirds ot a crop, but the majority report nearly tila usual tonnage tu the acre. The spring waa very late, in fact our rocollwctiun is that there was hardly any spring, il was wiuter almoin up to the lime summer uuatlier struck the valley oa about ihe ürat of Juue and Ihe thermometer ran up into three figures. Theu the hay crop got dowu to busiuosn and one could ifee the lucrrue, alias alt tliu., mum plied ia weight aad quantity. Great ia the power of the summer auu ia Sau Juan! "Doc" Huntington and Nick Townsend of Farniiugtou came into town Tuesday hot on the trail of horse thieves. A aonal Inline of Due's was Btolerj from paature at Hetipurus Saturday and the thief or thiuvue were tracked to Farmioglou. I'hen the trail waa up the Animas and embraced buggy heels aud a led horse aud ft tilt) purnuere fuhowed it. At Aztec they were joiued by the sberiif aud constable. The sut-pected oottit w,.s overlakeu a few miles aoove town lues day uilerniHiii and proved to be the wrong rig man, borse and buggy wrong. After this diaeoeiaKing dolav uu a false clew the capture of the scoundrel is mora diflk'ult, aad up to date they bave not been apprehended. A gang is be lined to be operating, as txiauy valuable hornos are niiaemg from the ranga. Last Saturday waa St. John's day in Largo as elsewhere, and the Mexicuus thero. true to their time honored cus tom, celebrated the occasion by appro priate observance. Dancing waa the main feature nad waa indulged in most all day Saturday nud all the night follow iug. Manuel i'rado gave a dance at Giegnrio Jaiiuez'e place in the afternoon in honor of Ins daughter, Miss Agrip piua, who bus just returned from schoui. At night the grand bailie whs at the Do mínguez plaza, where tha good folk and the youug from all along the river gath ered to make merry arid joy was uiicuo fined. The boys and girls just home f rem school at Fort Lewis were the center of attractiou, the admiration of their proud pareuts aud the envy of the otker iHoplo. 1 bey sat a very swell pa:e. Many citizensof Aztne ami neigh boring pninlB were present and were iinKt kindly and hospitably treated. The ntitiv.) folks yield the palm to none for gcuuine hospitality and true pelite aeaa tu all gut'ttU. Money To patent good iik-H6 uiuy be aecured' b our aid. Tha Patent Recwrd. Ualti more, Md. Premiums. V. H. Williams wili give premiums to pt.iBons buying and paving cask for gotxtn as follows: The peí "na bay iug tha largeet amount of g not la I ut m en the '.".Mil day if April and the 4th day of July, li ij lt preiuiuiu, 1 washiag machine wi rth 1U. 2d premium, 1 Ladies' gold watcb, worth KlO. '.IA preiiiiQui, 1 picture ami frame, north 4'.h premium. 1(VJ Cienfucgna cif.'Prs, worth C'. IKJ. iilh pit'iuiuiti, 1 Ladies' hat worth o tX) fth pi ,'iiiiuni. 1 llour bin, wot th t. '..'-') 7lW pie'uiuui, 1 aiaitu clock, worth Í1.WI. , "I, i leu i i is m. 1 p.ctnrf and fíame, w orlu ai.IV. P.iiHh lor a'e. 1 v. ,,i t - :. i , - , 1,-'. e. u'. i un ' r choiea faun lands on Atiimaa river, 4'., BiiieD fruto Fa i iiiint ton, in om hulf titiln of poetnliire tlliioilj. All tinder feme; abtf.i.iunt wat"r r i;:ltt. under Slur d'teh. Taken a a v I n!, it i" a choice stock farm or it ntty In dn idcl to make Tin:' k iruod li.ntiea, (In the plm-e ar" over t'.iHI yomif fr uit tret.', lienidea email fruits, two thirds in b-aruiK. ('nil nt the ranch and Bee for your-ieif. 1'n ee d .veiling r Ihe pluee. If all in taken will take ten bollare tt-) "i,h per ere. T.iit will pell t ikii'.k of -in at a pinall utlvance on t he above price. M. Ií. IlrNortn kso.n. McCIormick mower"., binder and t akes Hre th" beat, liet them of W. C. Chap man, Diirunuo, Colo. 21 C'trd of Thnnks. I winh to ear that 1 fee' ttinler lapling oliliitHtliiria fur what Chamberlain's ( 'miyh iírniedv has d ine fur our family. We have ed it in su many capes of RMUghe. lung trouble and whooping cotiith. and it hue alwajs given the most p-erlect satit-racti'in, we feel greallv indebted to the manufacturers of this rem dy and winh them to please accept our hearty thinks. Kenpectf ul!y, S. Doty. Des Moines, Iowa! For sale by V, 11. Williams. I)ont FoiH;rr I V.'l-ri yon wtit.t itnythiinr i'l the ll.to of 'Ant' in-', I -'in momin. Jew elry, clocks, f : .i, (r plei i it; silver or piided ware, go to i. zi:lli:r, Thfi Old l?rli:))Io Jtiwclcr. VViitches, clocks snd jewelry repaired in tirst c!ai; rannner t reitsonalde prices ot: short mítica and warranted. Ai.t. STr-Bi.ivt; Sii.vkr Gctoixi I'.NGK.wi.i: I rk?-: ok Ciiargh. Remember thn place, in the George F. TilTany Drug store. Opp. rostofi'.ce, DURANGO. COLO. 9 .lob printing o tap at Tun Imhkx office heaps of il. Would Not Suffer So naaln for Fifty Times Its Price. I awrke'hiKt t.igM. with severe pains in my stomach.' I never felt po badly in nil my life. When I came down to work this an o i inn (r 1 felt so weak I CBtild hardly work. I went to Milier & McCnrdy's drug store and they recom mended Chaaoherlain'a Colic, Cholera aud Diarihooa Remedy. It worked like magic and one dne ti xed me all right. It certainly is the f.LeHt thing I ever used for stomach trouble. I shall not I u with out it in uiy home hereuller, for I should not care to endure the sutierings of last nipht agaiii tor fifty times its price ,G il. Wii-so.x, Liveryman, liurgetts- town, Washington (V., I'a. This remedy is for sale by YV. 14. Williams. A writer ia the July Ladies' Home Journal oalls to mind that on.i huudred years ago August, ITP'.J- the first enmp meeting fr religious wornnip was held in America. The site of this notable gathering is a short distance from Rus sollville, in the state of Kontuoky. The earlier camp-meetinpi, it is ahowa by the Journal's articles-were formerly con ducted irrespective of denomina'ional lines, but the form o" worship soon bo rame. ana has aince ieraained, a Metho dist institution. The befit waion in the líuin W f Chaprunn of Durango sells them. If troubled with ;rbeun.atism, give Chamberlain's Pain .Rulen a trial. It will not cost you a cent if it does n good. Une application will relieve the pain. It also cures sprains and bruises ia one- third the time required by any other treatment. Cuts, . burns, frostbites, quiasey, rains in the ride and chest, glandular aud other Bwelliugs are qaick ly cured by applying it. Kvery bottle warranted, i'rtce, ll aad u'J ctg. W. H Williams. Kotke. U. S. Land Oitxe, Santa Fe, N. XI., I Juue 8, )8'.i9. I Notice ta herehy irlvf i tbat the approved plats of the ofttrfal iu v y of tha following lowiiroiipH, town : f Krsrtionsl Tnwnalil'A W N., R. 12 K. !-racuunal Tn-n.-t..!.i II. M K. Of theNuw Mexican m Itltim wll! lie I oil In tlitHiiirine on t lie jm li lav ol Jnlv. ls', and that ou anil after pant 'late we will he pr pured to receive applies ion tor the entry of JHUUB IU blOU 'OWrfUlli: Mascki. I . Otibo, Ileirittter, K. I. Ho'hrt. KccetVBT, Alpha Highüll, . . mor H1BTOU , Aztec Barber Shop Aztkc, N. M. llairoittinff, ShninT anil 5hnmpooiun UlQ Ut K hVtiiihln Katuf. A Trial Stlicittt. II. BaWinrroitD and. Builder. Strictly in the Push Far all ind. ef .. . Furniture .New stnl rlerond sTand. Mattresses, .Si'rins, Wao-oti Covers atiil Tents. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. A Full Line of Fresh Groceries, Doots and Shoes. Kt-ep on hand Caled May, Fed, Etc. NAVA.rO TJTiANKKTH. ... Look t's OTr Bfii a Yum Purrbce. T A. B. DOUGLASS, DURANCO. COLO. THE.. ARGADE SALOON ttt tt FRANK BAKER & CoTpropdetors, Austin & Dunning, BLACKSMITHS ATSÍÍ) WAGON MAKERS. Main St., Opp. The Index Oflice, Aztec, N. M. Frank Cimha's - - BARBER SHOP - - la the place to pa wheu you want a bath, a suave, a haircut or anyriiing- m toe tenuurinl line. Kirat-eluHSWark. I.ocmeiJ oppeaite Barry Jackson's, DCEANÜO. COLOBADO. The Home Hotel. AZTKC, NEW MEII(. Teams f'H ftnd takfa cura at. TrUltallffUt CUfttMIU ifaliritd. Wrll-f aruinbed rtMiuir. KmIií rtuioDuWlo V. .S. DALTON, Proprietor. a- When Buying. Estlmatas and PIauii Kiirnéhed fur Butlilias uf all LiiiiJh. Wonitwurk of all kii.d" Turned Ont oa Short Noiiee. Kca Sboa Soiithesi of Livory Stable, AZTEC. Tí. IvL I 0. S. Evans i I Watchmaker j and Jeweler. ! Faruiluotea, K Mexico. t i Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, AZTEC SALOO! The W. C FLAQ Tro?. Wines, Liquors Wedding Riuga, Silverware, Etc, BUY OF Chas. Tucker & Son Durango, Celo. They are reapnatiihle and o-uMranteu evarr art .chl a. riipriMOHited or money refunded van aud .w. Tbu lionnted watck inipseWrs for ti D. k K. u. road. The Fariuiniton Hote JA5. A. LAUGH EES, Treer. rixcelltnt AecoiiirotxiatioBS and Rta.sunable Rates Fakmington, N. M. (KitaiiHiri ltH)titni itrtiiititti iliitiitiit BERT GARTIli Dt KNdO, t'OLOSADO A-vut . fr ani Cigars Your Patronír'f. r.o-it;i. Kambler Bicvcles The I M WIih .I 8.M i-l s lUae-.Lfli.ie Priu. i;idUldlMi iiistrantcraftl. CmM or wriu for iiifurtiiuiu ( LiUiiíuiM, VU-. Granville Pendleton, Lawyer anj Real Estats Ajent, PrS AM) .... r'nrn, límicli. Friiit Trnrti dud i1 y rrtp"i t jr on t irniniinmon Arrc, San vs Corn, . . . New Mf.co . . . T ILfi irrMr. H Wor nil tit ror'i rt NVtt Miio and C '! Y K-vt'ii Jftt rV rr i"t ("ttrn i !i -f rtrf hi tonn-f i oí' u mln, n kri or .tt m M n wpormltT. ill att-Mut t. !) -lfiMi .f rttwi- hffnit Om Itn ul jmÍ tt.-v-ati fifltc un (I Opart ni') t H jhIiíiuM'xi. 'I 'wrnl j ynr' nctiinl u-i. í0' cull ft 1 1 "til mi r t n tu folli-ftiob in Sun .Ihd cmntv. Will h(ivrii-rt HTti'iHivi-ly iinwniir lfntMin inri'torit. Thna lnv,-.nif ri-: for fftto inII ftn l loMvft lint. No mm, no rhnrgi. ( uriuiiNMrii re ti ' Wfiactioti furir;iutcd. ( all on or titlr! GRAN VILLI? PIvN'DLKTON, OHio. hunk Biuliiinf. A., N. Meneu. o o .. 6. BÍ1EYER Dealar ia . All gaada new aa4 trh at tha lewnaa prie- Aztec, New Mexico Fii'Ht-OIass Wines, Liquors and Cinara in. Stook. liillinrd TaVjl in Connection. AZTEO. CiEW MEXICO. Speaking of SETTING TIRES HOT ....You have Bo doubt heard of tha wooe'vrful iwaehiae ....which SKT.S TIKES COLD. Wt HAVE ONE THESE MACHINO Aro aow in u.e is t bo principal ahopi of the world. Wo wuald he pleaup to bit. yvm ! a.n4 Our method in renettiag old tirca which we do not take off of the wheel, i First, to ianmerse them in boiling oil, thoroughly soakinfr tke rinss. Second, to place them in the machine and shrink them cold. Third, this is dene while you wait. Tires put en by this method guaranteed to stay n ose third longer thaa when put on by the buraing precesB. ' Our prices are reasonable. Jf your tirea ased setting wa aolisit a trial. Mo charge it not perfectly satisfactory. "flie Jackson "jardwaro C Durango, Colorado. ' JOHX BKAt'y. WON ROB FIELDS. FIELDS 5 SHARP Oealars la General Merchandise D8I G00D8, GRCK'ESIBS, CLtKTHIse, BOOTS AND ÍH0II, MX. I.AKfiK STOCK Or "m NEW GO0D3 Jl'8T RUCBIVKD. 5m NEW MKXICO. AZTKC, KALm t". SMALLKY, Pnwtdeot, rn. w 01. . i fii.il . n. .; Hie uuraiiso w iioo lkhihiii loiiipany, J03ÍPII DAVID. 8ir.try id Vraxinr ( IN'COKI'ORATKD I dealers ni ciotliing, Slioes, Hats AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. V-S.nial Atlpuliou 6ivo to Uail Urdara. WILLIAMS BL'H'K DURANGO, COLORADO. THE FAMOUS THE LAROEüT AND MOST COMPLETli STOCKS IK ÍK)CTltWl-jl iLUS COLOBADO. OK RF.iS poods, silUs-, vnlvets, underwear, howinry, glovos; laJUa', mu-uf' and children's ready made garments; carpets, oileloth, draperite. In our clothing depart man t can lie found n linea of mvo's, boya' and children's clothing aud furnishing giaxis. Shous and rubber goods for everybody. Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention, tisfavtiuti guarnaUd io every instance ar laiouey rofuuded. Ranipk's and priova cVuerfulIy furoiblmd on tipplication. KACIIOFSKY CO., ÍU BAKflO, tOUlHADO. r V TUBBS AND lAKVAY T IJMCI.R Lumbtrr Liuuhcr tliat'n the tale at Stuhks i: JaVwuy'H. liuihling material of all kinds Cial Ctul Cual of only cue kiuil .he btt also always in stock. They srll this vtllcy its luml t-r. ajajaaj. í W V COMPANY'S OFFICES AND YARDS LOCATED AT DURANGO, COLORADO. \n\n rUxtio la All Its FsAWonas. fa ha.a an c.rr.n"Tv1.nr ani pal- rnL tlimur ln-ut tmii ii tfi it i.u ntn, (! a-t jonunif roui.tia. f Saw Mauro anJ I taU. )'!.'-r mi. I I rou.i.'.tr. SatfOfcB that lia. n"t baan aarripd iu auek varal ynari. tallón waa suuut one-tiaii lucu anil on Waik lnft nt tha ti- of Tnn Ihhii will ba .pnt and r.'uia'.Hi tiy aipte-t fre. VX'iU Ba iu' Altea un tli U.t TliarkJay io rarb ttivoth. ace tu. machín, ta operutiou.