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Ü U IN ' i - IS Í0 w- 'J : 1 vi AZTEC, ni:v r r ixio., friday, may is, 1900. G,A.R. Post at Aztec T!i' Inijd vihi) wn'C fie liluo are jufit hh 1'iitriutii' ami full if ( hnt ' ppirit of crniu inlury uliirh ilip'.iiiiiiiii'hea the A iitt'i ii uii Boliii-T, row as tliny wpre in the l:n a df i niitlict fui ly years . Tho timiiil Army slums lninlly Kny r.liminu li.in in nniiilnTK, ilcpile thi itncrcacb iiii'iilw nf (culi ami iliarnpr, and whilf the silent "ri! ir of Ibo ilend" grow jnar l y year the ran Its of the great oi'fcaniia t iiiifiic q u int ly rei'ruiti'il from those who hh thfl j flMrs roll by foul uiorfe n.l piort t!i n i'e:-f"i : t y of uniting for coun ff I muí rou aniiinnbip with their com rmli'S ot foraier rlajii. Thus the power of the organization in iirHiinriiniaheH and it íh an. will continuo for years to come a factor in the nation's oxintonoo. In New Mexico a Htrong riefrtiviet nri;aniation ha tieen maintained. On the or-canion of his recent visit to this county. Judge McFie, the department cunmiaiidei , dwelt strongly on the i-uin-f. ii tri oi.d (.uemea of a hrolliei hixol of the veterans, and on his departure, steps were taken by tnum to organize more thoroughly and effectively. Fur weveial years a G. A. Ii. poet has I cca in existence at Karniingtou, but the old soldiers in this end of the courty have fit that more genuine work could be BeeompÜBhed by having a good, live 1'opt located here, which could be reached by many who could nut make the long journey necessary to nfeet with the post already established. Comman der McKie apparently agreed with this view, and consequently application was made a short time since for a charter for a potst to be located at Aztec, This was jronptly granted, and last Saturday about a score of the veterans mot at the .1iik)1 Iiouho at Aatee and perfected iieir organization. Special efforts were maJo to effect an organization at the curliest possible moment, becauss of the necessity of arraugiua; for observance of Memorial day, close at hand. The post is named Aztec Poet No. 11. Those who participated in its organiza tion were W. II. Williams, A. J. Gilmour IVter Knicke'bocker, James Stephen son, James V. Dunlap, John S. Kenry K. (i, liildebrand.C. H. McIlenry.C. e! A minis, V. M. Crow, P. Skidmore, D. W. Freeman, II. II. Knowlton, F. V. Williams, Geerge Goodwin, M. L. Page and A, A. Waggoner. Following is the list of officers elected: Post Commander Col. W. H. Wllllanit Senior Vice Comicandur ... .. A. J. Gliinour luulor Via, Commander F. V. Williams Adjutant Q. W. McCoy Hurneor G. W. Freeman t'neii.tn ... . . lder J. IS. Hci..,- Quart rmatcr J. V. Dunlap Officer of tha Day A. A. Waggoner Sergeant Hijir C. H. McHanrjr Officer of tut Guard Jauiee Stepbenaon Q. M. Sergeant B. (J, Htldebrand WUrttered in and conducted to their aoats, Coaimandur W. 11. Williams be ing the installing officer. The following committees were then appointed tor Memorial day; On Speakers M. L, Page. On Music Mm. T. J. West. A. E. Brown. Ou Procuring Flowers Mrs. A. J. Gilwour, Mrs. G. W. McCoy. On Preparing Coffee G. W. Goodwin, P. K. Knickerbocker. On Reception Peyton Skidmore, M. L. Page, Capt. Knowlton. Pearl Gilmour, Linn Page and Roy Stewart were appointed committue to decorate graves of comrades buried at Flora Vista. 'I'm) Post adjourned to meet at 10 a. m. Wednesday, May .'10th, at the school houae at Aztec. About to Overlook a Bet. About the poorest excuse of a news paper that comes to our table is the Ulenwoud Avalanche. We don't know v.'h: it in published aa it is per'actiy yerri h.esH us to be. & or opinion and loo t o H eiuuU "lap a cheeks sand wicu in. Dumugo Democrat. The Democrat seems to have over looked that interesting aopvenir, the Farmington Times. '1 liu capítol rebuilding board (net Wediir-sJay of lant week at SaiitaFe. It w as ay i ced at that meeting that Tues day, t lie ilh day of June, be UxeJ a the date vi pon whiub. the uew building would be formally transferred to the charge of the custodian committee, and that I lit dedication of the building should take placa cm that dato in the hflariiuou and evening with appropriate cereuioniu. To. this eud a committee Confuting of the looal members of the capítol rebuilding board, iu conjunction with the custodian committee, was ap pointed to make all suitable arrange ments and draft a program of exorcises. .The building is virtually completed uud the capítol furuiture, with the exception of one car load which (eft bt. Louis last week, haa all bteu delivered, together wnhide carpels, mattings, etc., and is nOaili all iu place in the building, - Try this ofl'ee for job printing. Quick urK, hnv prices. W. Ü. WülUuisguaratttyfcsevoiy bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Ueiuody and wil' refund the money ta auyoue who is Dot balinfiiut after Unina two thirds of tin) txiutcntn. This is the beal remedy ia thewoild fur la ni'ipoe, oiufc;ha, colds ci"U and hooping i;uuh and u i U a .ml mi (.M i tj1,;. lituut ne t. mi. AS SEEN ALONG THE ANIMAS J Smelter Last Sunday the ly s blue, the sun was warm and the march of ppring was on; a generous heat lutke.l in the atinoflphnre, the fields had junt been given gofid soakings from the ditches and it was hat is called "good glowing weather-' ii the Animas valley. During a ride from Altec to the state line sur prming and gratifying improvements were plainly in evidence all through the farming sections and the peaceful r-ftftiln-ES of the nay merely ea.pluiüui d to the travelor the fact tl.at the valley was alive with progress. (lanches above Aztec without excep tion appear to bear more indications of prosperity than at any previous time. The oliier and usually bettor nitimted Bcttleríi. those who have been in the county many years, are apparently en coureged to a great extent by the unpre cedentedly favorable crop prospects, and their hopefulness shows in their works. Amonfl tbe newer ranches, owned by those who have tkn hold within, say, the last two or three yours, the develop mente and transformations reach a won derful degree. At the cozy ranch of-O.W. Wakefield, on the north side of the river, the gen. eral air of thrift and cultivation is espec ially noticeable. Mr. Wakefield's or chard is as much unlike the orchard waa some time ago, as anything can be. Walter Brown and Q. V. Akers are farming what is known aa th- Diehl ranch, a few miles up the roau from Aztec. It looks as though a colony of locusts with a wild and raving taste for sagebrush had been at work on it. New html is b'-im; brought under culti vation here, tbe old land is being better handled than ever and sUog-nther thene boys look like winners. U. W. Lamber son and Peyton Skidmore have euch tu i 1 1 liaodfiomo dwelling? lately and each is "at it with a will'' to place his ranch in such a condition that it wiii be better looking, easier handled and mors profitable from year to year. Mr. Duncan, who owns part of tho Capt. Ilai t raucli, aud Mr. 1 slur, on the old Dob Smith place, are both rustling hard to improve the appearance of thii.jjp, Thos McGee U located on the Miliewn pi ice and it is showing the effects f hia energetic latum. Joe Dulpra, on the old Kiffen homestead, is introducing some new ideas in the development of the property and has in, besides, some fine Colds of grain, There are othorsio this vicinity whom we have not space to mention. Near (Vdnr Hill ettenpive improvements ore under way and the body of land being reclaimed denotes settlers with energy and a proper knowl edge of the business of ranching. Up above the bridge, in the "Peekaboo valley," progress and thrift are the order of the day. Tbe alfalfa iieMa are loom ing up brightly and tbe prospects for fruit, and all kinds of crops, there as elsewhere, are of the best. Sun Juan county is all right in 1900, and the Animas valley is not among the least of its resources, either in popula tion, productiveness or appearance. It will do any one good to ride through it at this time and observe tho progress it is making. FARMINGTON. T. N. Johnson, one of our extensive cattlemen, returned from the mountains last Tuesday. Wm. Locke and little daughter Hattie of Cedar Hill, were Farmington visitors this week. A Mr. Arnold, an experienced butcher, is preparing to open tip a first class meat market. Our enterprising druggists, Bowman Bros., are having the front nf their store building repainted. John U. Hippon myer is executing the work in a very ar tistic manner. Mr. Stuckman, member of the board of commissiorjers of La Plata county, Colorado, returned t bis Florida home last Tuesday, having brought bis daugh ter down to visit with their friend. Josh Cousins, of this place. Harry Myers and Jesse II ai wood have begun tbe erection of a large brick kiln on the mesa above town, where excellent clay haa been found. These gentlemen am Kjipui'iaiwd bricJiLi-ii at"1 hoa!-l receive the patronage of those who are conreaiplating building. W. N. Kight has material on the ground for the erection of a commodious dwelling on the Sunnyside property, ut of bis present residence. He has also transferred forty acres on the south side of tbe farm to George Phelps, who will make of it an ideal home. 8. George Anderson, of Pagosa Springs, is in town. He is advance agent for the Columbian orchestra and band of Pa goea Springs, which will show in Aatec next Wednesday svsning, May 23. Next Monday a meeting ii to be held at'Farmington to organize an associa tion to have in charge a fair there this fall. Providing the" date selected for holding tbe fair is in any wise suitable, it is possible that the farmers' institute will be held at the same time and plací. iig slowly, A committee was appoiuted at the laaU r- inatitute ta decide this matter, and Su perintendent Mead, who is on the com mittee, is in favor of holding the insti tute in connection with the fair, if a fair is decided on more particularly as the institute was held in Aztec last year. Decoration Day Exercises. arrangements are peing made Dy Aztec Post of the G.A.R. to properly observe Memorial day in Aztec this year, The matter was decided at the meeting held to organize a poet last Saturday. Committees were appointed to arrange for the exercises, and the programme will probably appoar next week. In connection with Memorial day ob servuuee, Department Commander John Ik. filer w has issued a general order calling attention of the comrades to tbe importance of tbe ceremonies attendant ou the occasion. A feature will be the reading of President Lineólas Gettys burg address. Tho thirteenth national encampment provided that the reading of tbe addreaa be made a special feature in ail Memorial day exercises conducted ui.Jíi tLo triioi vt tW GiL;d-n 'u.j of the Republic. II. II. Bardin, the La Plata sheep man, is lying in the howpitai in Durango with bis skull fractured and other dan gerous wounds about the head. They are the result of an encounter between Mr. Bar lio and Fred Harrison, a cattle man, occurring near Hesperus last Fri day. According to the newspaper ac count, Bardin was iu his tent preparing a meal when Harrison, accompanied by a man named Coppinger, rede up and started the row. Bardin was struck across the face with a revolver and bis scalp was torn open and the skull frac tured. Harrison and Coppinger were taken to Durango and placed under bonds to appear before the district court. A letter received in Aztec yesterday from Bardin stated that he was improv- i Pape Kp'im rim l.ii Mi. K. I. hold goods i r.'llwridn n) the punt few tinn of malí i erni.iiieol 1 Juan A. ,! were in the funds to help months' term n: niuo years a;: is element of w ' miaappropria. 1 : haa never the eervu'o w , making ttiiti Bolulo uecen-. v. can law den,..i hall have an , Defore rnceiV" -.; lowing name i t i - contributed ' : tling Wtirk. i ' Kruschke, ,'; V, Merrant lie r : bank, i; J. Í. -GillsHpie, i I ' '. i ' Johnson, í!;.1'. - t Woiiri Co., ,. liobt. and J " leave this mot ; tbey intend pm proepecting ' From tbt Durac.ru ! Travel in lively Aztec and Ftr': Frank Blaclin. -Mexico ranch yc-. Mr. and Mr. froiri Farmingtoi Juan countv loo than for years am ing how the fruí; to market their t promises to be gr" t Ii i g her house to moving to ' ;t his been for ii the eipecta vitiful city their PAINTS AND OILS a i l Manuel Prado t ci. -1. . . ! ay eoliciting rxpen f g fur a three '"I ;it Largo. About ücuüy arose in man in that district over (su. and the debt in i aii-cd. Laet y ear a ii m-ied altogether, i i, im' term ail ab it --" t ho New Mexi U at a now school k fur 1hren months i i'.:iiii iou. The fol- ii a un a of Durando .i: Hhb Ju in Hot O F. liovle, I. i. V r.ife, i ; Graden . t '; First National .ir-i.M. f-; Isgar t Nfiihain, tl; J- M. ('h-;.;aan, Win. ii of Farmington 1 Silverton where in ibe summer nl.l. tween Duraogo and n tin nod to his New "Jay evening. nrpe Allen are up They report Sao rcj more prosperous vr. A leo is wonder growers will be able u this year which er than three years ago. , Aztec was wen pre;i nted in Uuran- iet delegation will Bios', circus next go yesterday. 1 arrive for Cam) week i L. C. Grove, I roii Bunker and Monroe Fields came up I: m Aztec last night and are ependii i he day in Durango, the tirsttvo Bia ..n ; the Herald a pleas ant call. "There -. not be enough teams in San J uh;i and La Plata eoun tieB to haul the f-nit from Aztec and Farmington to Durando," is tbe way Bunker put the piopoBilion when speak ing of the probuliii ciop, and Mr. Grove coincided. Rv. Mr. Gngle. p-iitor of the Presby terian church at 1 jimington, accompa nied by his wife, I. 'ft tins morning for St. Iiouis to attend ihs gene.'al assembly meeting. They sn' be absent two or three months. D. & R. G. Excursion Rates. The D. a. R. G. railroad announces ex cursion rates as follows; National Baptist anniversaries. De- troit. Mich.. May 28th to 29th, 1000. One With this additional encouragement, our Farmington friends should bestir themselves to see that tbe (all fair is a "go." C. G. Brewer and True Brewer have sold their ranchea ou the Sua Juun to Jas. L. Deatoo, of Utah, who has al ready taken possession. Three hundred and twenty acres are involved deal. FLORA VISTfl. Weather ia delightful. Ranchmen are all busy, Farmers are all wearing siuiliug faces these days. licúan of the ooiuuu-nity is good. Política, looül and otherwise, are boil ing to a euzle in some parts of the county. The spring boom for San Juan county includes a great many new buildings, a baie ball team and a large sued sym ptithy for the poor Boers in their hemic itrujgle agaiust her majesty. The first erop ol alfalfa is about ready to harvest. We have beeu a resident of San Juan county about seven years ard have seen good years and bad years, but in all our experience along these lines we have neyer seen a son tUt promised moro abundantly than the present season. The promise of a big harvest is truly gn at, and tho outltx.k for fruits and held crops is wonderfully encouraging. Surely there will be little if any excuse fur San Juan county larinwrs to preach calamity during thu approaching cam paign. Now that the "war" is on between Farmington and Aztec joernals we hope and trut that it will tie settled without iiitervoiiti'M), from Flora Vitita. While we don't care to mix iu ciMuplicatioim nf this kind, yet raiUcr thaa see Urn wautuu destruction of printers' ink that could be j.nl.cniuiíly uaed fur bwtter purpura, fttel coibpelled to instruct iHir luiutr tets at Fai tuoihin and Ateo t J at that tW t.;.ai.'..tv.u U Ur-'uae i. .'cit-k. regular first class normal tariff fare plus 82 00 for tbe round trip to Detroit, Mich., and return. Tickets tt, b sold May 20th and 21st. Colorado Springs Driving Association, Calorado Springe,, Ma'30th to June 2d. A rate of one lowest first dais faro is authorized from Denver and Salida and intermediate points to Colorado Springs and return. Selliue dates from Muhriu ia tbe I ' Mm 8Dd June d' Colorado Pharrnacal association, Man. itou, Colo., Juno 12 to 14, 1000. A ratu of one and one-tiflh fare on the certifi cate plan to Manitou and return. Republican national convention, Phil adelphia, P., June ID, lrHKJ. One regular Ilr8t class fare for ttie round trip is auth orized to Philadelphia and return. Sell ing dates, June Id. Maud lj, go,d to return up to and including June 2ii. DIRECTORY. . FtDKHAL. Delitvata to Couurt-os Pedro Pi rca u""r"r 41. A. Otiiro HiHinttary (),,. lf. Vvallare Cliiot Juntioe W.J. Mills ÍJ. W rriniiiiacker C'liar A. I. eland J. ti. 1-1.-I". W. l'aiker Surveyor (ienerat Quinhv Vance I uii.' l biHi.., I olli-ctor A. L. Murri.iu S.'m- '.''"'rict Attoruay W. 11. ( h,i,h.r Wtr-hal. ('. M. K..II.I...I- Ih-'i-miur Land DitH-c. Knuu K ...,M K (n,.r htrmvt-r LmuiI 1iiii, .s.iui f0 j;,, j, , lijUll TKUKITUUIAU K..liciliir(i.im-iHl E. T. . Il.nlett I I Tk .Siltirt-me Court Jo.,, i, ;i,,u A.ljutui.t I,..i,..imI Wm. H. VUni.-umu '"'"''""r J. U. n.l,,l . , Mi., . ,,,. l,uia biiit. I ul.Uc Iuz.liucll.,11 . ..M.uiucl C..W imca Di.tr ict Court Clck M. Il,.,.r li.l net Alu,.m-r H. :. lo,.!,,,, COISTV. I'r.ihi.1. J,,,! M 8 r.,.(. HrolmtHUor. .Hid K.cunlci ('. V. -.,..!, ,.l j v. 1 i -..ur.T Hud l',.l'.., i'r" ';.'"";(;,' 11 Si'. ih'.','i','3 K.ia,i,uik- i,i .h.-í..i, A. 1,.,UU..1 t iim M latil.ivkl.ii. í'""1'! r Juf. A - -i- , -. i li.i.l t(U iutt . . T'i I i . Austin c ' DanniDg, AND " WAGON MAKEKS. Wheels to rent at refcsonabie rates. Spocial attention to bicycle repairing IS Aztec, New Mexico. LlioGrande Southern lí. K. Silver San Juan Scenic Line. fed a KIIXiWA Y TO TELLUB1DE, SAW PIT, OPlllfl, RICO. DOJ.OKKS, MANCOS, I.A PLATA AND DL'RANliO, Oneiiinir tip Itie mnt mnifiiiftccnt scenery In lin Kocky ilounlHÍus, a id l abumtt tbruiiKU tlie Famous Gold and Silver Fields of Sail Miguel and Dolores Counties And the Montezuma and Siicnanctoall Valleys. Tli Grout AtfrirullurM IU'kíou ot The Doloren River. Thitline hrinc'i 'ho tonrist within eany rids of tliü Wundi't'íui EOZES OF THE CUFF DWELLERS. In C(MnrHUni with tlu Dourer k Rio (3 rumio it tortus tlift utiHttrpHHíM'ii All m "Aroüiiá the Circle Trip." K. T. Jia'FI.RY.I'residcnt. TRY. J. T. GREEN When jou II ..-.1 our JlnrrifH:. HaJdlor, Sweat anything for thc horse. Our $35 Concord Harness Can't U ln .it, A1b, SHOK H1:1.V1IUM; at l(..-t i-hci i-. AZTCC, NEW r.iEXICO. riM . i 1 1.1113 viraiiii . Livf.ry, Feed end Farmim; i 'on, K. M. '.iiA H -ivyii every u! i cut uni. iiuy i i titain for Kale, H vn;; it ai.?.: r. , . .,. Jo AZTEC, GuULOJLJLajUUl PROFESSIONAL I K. T. J. WKST. PHYSICIAN, Bl KHKON. OHSTKTKIt'I AN. Artec, New Moxico, I)H. K. (i. CONUIT. PHYSICIAN AND SUROKON DOORS AND SASH X FRED BUNICER JSC VT"Clls niiworeil itny huiir. dny er niilit. U . S. I'Hiisit.n KiMimninir Sutir.ttn. Altec New Mclicn. 1)r. A. KOSKNTMAL, P11YSICIAN AM) SURfiKON. Farminittcir,, New Mexico. I)R. O ('. McKWEN. PHYSICIAN AND SCRHEON. Kannlnnton, New Mexico. Oilire In Allen BttiMina. 1 S. WHITEHEAD, íTTORNKY AT LAW. ....NoTAf Pcot.ir Farmington, New Mexico. Qranville PENDLKTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practico in all (Vurt of the Territory. Axtec, New Moxioo. - HARDWARE - Stoves, Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Glass j j and Screen Doors j Mail Orders Solicited NEW MEXICO. JULOJL1JUUULO.. I". C. PERKINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms 10-17 Williama Block. Duraugo, t'olo. Practlcoa in all State and Territorial Courts. LEGAL NOTICES. HOMBHTEaD F.NTRI NO. 1-l'kl. Notice for PuhllCRtion. Department of tho Interior, I.nml Ortli-ont SntiU Eo, N. M.. April .". . P.ti. 1 Nutlet in licn tiy civen tluit thit fnllowii.ir nained grttlcr h tllmi notice of hit Inteutiou to make rini proof in snppori of nih ciiiiin, and tlmt aaiil prool will lie made hufora Prohato Clerk of Snn Juan county, at Aztoc, N M, tin May 21, li"i, viz.: REESE NANS , Fortho W'.iNE.Wi.SEVi, Bee. IK, T SI N., E. 7 W. IIb namnj thn fullowing witncp to pmve hit C4tiitÍTitinu8 raoiilunca upon and cultivation of tuid lanil. vi. : Louis F. Wllmert. Walter Von Huddcnhroek, I.amon Lovato, lfcnito Ulibarry, of IkIiiici , Colorado. Manukl R. Otero. Ri'KUtcr. IKlMr.HTBAD ENTRY NO. 3911. Department of the Interior. Ltnd OHiee at I 8'iuta Fe. N . M.. May 7, 1UU). f Notice I hcrthy eiynn that Ui fc'.lowtntr- nntni -ctlp-r hat illcd notice uf hit lnlcution to cimmrtli. to CHii and make linnl pr.Mif in ,up poit if hit clrtlin. ai. I that ttid prowi will be made-before llor Probat Icrk of Sua Junu . jt, f, : ,r.' . .- -; rf-' --'t,- J CAN A. M ANZAN AM ICS. " For the NW' NW' S.c. 9 T. s., H. ) W. He namet tint following wttnetswt to prott hit contiiiiifiua reshienco upon aud cultivutinn of said lnud, vil: David E. Lobato, Mrtlu Paehoou. of Alio.', Nw M.-lico: lÍHitnznr Montano, 1'rÍMKitiiino Iintuiutf ui'Z, of i.atiro, New Moxico. 14 Mam nr. U. ÜTi.uo. RcKiitor. Notice of Contett. Department of tho Interior, Land Ottice at 1 Santa Ke. N. M.. Muy 5, linio. 1 Complnint having boon entoi ed at this ottice by Mautiel Prado against Julio Miller for aban doning his homoBtcad entry No. 41, made Jan uary J, l.M4, tor the hE'4 SE' of Kecli.m 'IS, aud N Eli N El4 nf Seotinn tó. Tewnship 3n N. hanire U W, in San Juun county, Willi a vn.w to tlie caneellaiiou of .aaid entry : thc tMd particuaie hereby tammoncd to appear at the oiiice of tiití I roluito Clerk of .San Juan comity, at Azlo, New Mexico, nt In o'clock a. m.ou June !.. Hni, lo respond und furnish tesiiruony concerning iiiiid alleged abnndonnient. Hennug oil tcHti mohy at this olhee July 2.i, PNH. MtMH. H (1TÍKO, Kegint.ir. 15 K. F. Hoii.Mt. Heceivor. Suits made to order S15 B. GLASER and up. Every Garment guar anteed in every respect j MERCHANT TAILOR 0 m Gents' Furnishing Goods, Neclcwtar, Hats, Etc. 4 Specialty. Williams lllH?k (Parsout' ol I atnd) Nuxt door t tha cornnr Durango. V- Most Durable Machinery on Earth Mowers and Buckeye Binder s Alfalfa Kin?; Hay Rakes JACKSON HARDWARE CO. DURANGO, COLORADO. Aztec-- Livery, Feed m Sale -Stable A. E. BROWN, - Proprietor (;,! nns and Saddle Hurtes A'wiivh . n Hand T a:ns nn.l Stock (iivon the lirsl of At toiiti.ia. liiMioi.il I.ivnry lliltin..t Tranucted. ! I,. i ' AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. W. H. WILLIAMS Terbttobt vr Nbw Mtxico, ) . County of 8hb Juhii, J ' Kmilin TrujiMo vh. Julina Trujil.o. Iu the District I'mirt o( the Kirnt Judicinl Dist rict uf Now Moxico for til County oí Man J nan. (irtumUo i'tnHlt'tmi, A tty,, Aito,N.M, l tiebrfiti Hcfciidiiiib Juliim Ttujillu is licmhy notified that n coinpluint hat Un. tllttd afiajust him io tltfi Diwtrii't Court for tb county of 8hu Juttu, turrit- ry ufoiesiiid, thut ht'iu tliu court ' la which MHiti ctun U pouJiiiK by eitid plaiutilf ' Emilia Trujillo, the fijra vhjtvt of euiil hc ction binff divorce, an will more fully api-e.tr ' by rpírenco t the coinnlatnt tiled in uíil cuiif". t And that unit' you entur )Mir H.iiritiii"e in nnui raiiH on or bofore Juuo lo, W), judifim'nt will he ruudurud nainttt jou iu aid cuuho j (lffttult. In witnmg wliorftoft I Iihvb ltereunt net my hand and 'ftl of Haid court at bitntn 1" e, New IViejUuu, tin -it dny uf April, A. i. t A. M. HEKGKKK. Clerk. DKAI.KK IV. FURNITURE PEST OF ALL KINDS AT LOWEST prices -TKT- JOHN.... hucuctaora io 0EOR0E TRICK FUB N1TUKE I O. Durango, Colorado Wo cord ml, r v Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and IS hoes. Hats and Caps, Hardware, Glassware, Váu. AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. riii. i a a and Farmington r. v. i:i.i Tf i i. i, rio.M-i.T. !) Reatonnlile Rat" I hi. Rule. Eauy riJinir stHyes, niukinü tbe trip tiirotiKh tu Duraogo (mm Aztec m b'ariiiiugton in nut day. The patroiiuye of U.t; truviliuy puiilio rulu ilt-.l 1'ackages to be tent by excreta thould lie left at the iiottnffi. e in Anca. 1 1 1 J ? ft ! ! I J t 1 ! n 1 1 1 ! It 1 . 5 1 1 ? 1 1 ? Í f . 1 1 S 1 1 T t ! ? Y T t V "" KrK'H. A. BRACHVOGEL 5 COMPANY, TRISSED RATS r!vrr ht j 1 ih foi m LSi;Jirn';'.!w'it-L- -w kktii, .v GROCERS - i.ii.l l.il iiw.' lunllne . & ' i ani t hill, ti . I , - a " No mallei wUt Il51i7l'GO, '.111' i'i IUllf 1 oi nhi.i'i. of .iu r (.i,iur' n il t". we ha j.i-i ih.i b n iw .... k.i.K lor ul Ihn .iuo nl "i " 'o rr .C'Miu.oiii ai Hick n. CLC WftUO. ''"i Handlers oi Kar:niiiv V'M i A r.ih ni r muí' i i'i ) (' .' ?1 I v t - r f nit .!, en t 'l 11 'it I'I e1 ' '': ','" \n\n Pudrí. Oollai e-, W. i. Wcthtman. Mana r-?r.