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l. ' T 1 1 ATI 1 1 0 11 Mi u t r i if a r' ii d. SnT.CC0.C3 5.CC0.C3 !'.AKtM. Is Ail Ii 'Iram-mfi. of N. nd.-nr unit put- on t.w"t,m olo I) MM'l U tun. OFFICKKft: A. P. T V P Prrt- ''-nt J HIS I McVKVL VicPnint.u W. P VAiLK i aMin-r. Colorado State Bank, prruMio. coi,oraio. Fxtfthli.xhml l7. ('! capital, full paid, I75,01U SAVINGS - AND - COMMERCIAL - BANK THE INDEX. nn't,r , i.t 111.- (...!,, Hi! if tlii i r 1m nt Ati-c tu mail L. C. i.KOVK, K-'itof fti'l rr-prirtt. .9 1 "i TIF. OFFICIAL PAPER OF .. . SAN JUAN COUNTY . . . lr-SnWrir wMmi Tn MiF topppJ it t tt"i pn M ii. n I'wf wrriiiti rniHt no lifv t Iip iho to tht piIktI. olirwo tt wi'l b fiwl'nTÍ thr.r wih fn hf' it tontin ot.il, ami collation will b mflt ft Hi ini. Fitina. Ji ly 27. 10(i0. LARGELY LOCAL P A I'IMiS At I OLN IM Money in uid of one di.llarend upward .... reeeifed Interest Iwams at once I'nrate Safety N.Kiit Hitiw lli olnl. H N. FR K VM X V.. C. II t MAN H. J. SMÍllí r". li. KLINHOI.D ... Prkbiiirht Vice Pkkii't I tKHlFI . AaeiBTANT ( AÍH1Í inrrrirrrirrrrsir Tim Smelipr City State Bank OF - COLO. OJLOJUL9JUULO. O O o THE O JARVIS HOTEL Altec, New Mexico Mrs. L M. Jarvis, Prop. Transient Trade Solicited Rates Alwayi Reason able THE -2 n n n n ra CALLERY A CO., Proprietors. DURANGO, COLO. For a comfortable bed or a good square ....meal, call at.... Urs. Knickerbocker's. Artec, New Mexico. Meals seryed at all boors of tha day, 25c. A.L. RICHEYBRO. Wholesale and Retail Books and Stationery Perindlcata. Srbool Supplies. Mannfaetnrera Confectionery. All cratloa of books nsed in New Mexico aciiuula kept in stock. DURANGO, COLORADO. i A it 'ÓbpULAIi V 1 1 Í r 'Mi LINCTO I Dr;tvzn. ch GCJLCJ1ADO - fat WaWAT;. LtNVf. 1 Railroad rumors some more. W. S. Daltoo went t Dumniro Wed riemlay. Deering Iiirder twine for ale at Aztec Hardware atore. Mrs. Harvey McCoy M TiBiUng with fnoiids Rt Uayfiekf, Colo. Huy your meals at tbe DuraviRo chop house, Ed. Fay, proprietor. Best ehoes for the money io Dorando at the r.io üranile Shoe etore. J. M. Kundall has put down a side 3. B. Aahcroft of Fruitland was in Lffj For geuuine Portland cemnt, lirae and storage, ee U. II. Clark, Durarjgo. Ton can get a hot cup of coffee at the Duranga chop houao, day or night, any old time. J. H. EarJe and Míbs Leda Hornbogen OI J-iV X lUin TIBliru ifoii in f Tuesday. H, Mrs. John Brown of Farmingtoo ie visiting her siBter, Mrs. Dean Howe, near Aztec. I will pay cash for spring chickens. C. M. Elliott, Farmington-Durango stage line. if you're hungry and want to eat right away, drop in at Ed Fay's Durango chop house. Peter Knickerbocker's new business house, being built by C. G. Riewer, is progressing rapidly. Col. Lawrence Welsh was in from his cattle camp Monday, visiting with his friends at the county-seat. A. F. Miller went up the line from Farmingtou to take in the circus at Du rango the first of the week. The best clothing and gents' furnish ing goods are carried by the Nathan Skoe and Clothing company, Durango. Nestor Martinez and family were in town from La Plata Wednesday, en route to Largo to take part in the San tiago day celebration. A Mr. Frazier.of Emporia, Kansas, has spent the week in the valley, vieiting the points of interest and examining the aachnt ruins over the river. At the Nathan Shoo and Clothing company's in Durango you will find those clothing bargains you are looking tor. Correct in price and quality. J. M. Kingsley, of Porter Bruthers' company, came down from Durango on Tuesday's stage. He proceeded on to Farmiogton in company with C. S. Boyd. Services will be held in the church at Aztec by Rev. J. R. Cooper, Sunday, July 29, both morning and evnniog Subject f evening sermon, "Sacred Music." Mies Retta, daughter of Hon. A. D. Mcintosh, arrived here last week from Ashland, Oregon, to visit her parents. She expects to remain a month in the county. Elder J. S. Henry, accompanied by his daughter anu by Mrs. McMillan, of Aztec, left Sunday for a week's visit at Pagosa Springs. Oliver Jackson, John Rodgers and John Hippenmyer came up from Farm ington Tuesday and were joined here by George Griffin, the quartette journeying on to Duraago. Mrs, Fred Bunker has placed this ollice under many obligations by the gift of some of those early Crawford peaches of luscious flavor, tendereat fiber and skins of velvety softness. L. Hays, of Sprinfieid, Colo., is in tbe valliy tor the purpose of looking up a location. He expresses himself as well pleased with the county. His son, Frank Hays, is editor of a paper at Sprinfieid, Colo. A number of Aztec young people, amunj "vhotu were Messrs. Mead, Brown and Austin and a bevy of young ladies, attended the dance at Farmingtou Tues day night and unite io. high praise of the affair. Dr. O. C. McEwen and Charles Dan el and party of Farmingtou drjve through town Tuesday en route to the mountains, where they will "rest awhile foiii busy cares" in the shadows of the giant peitks. C. M. Butler, formerly of Oklahoma has purchased the old Ben Bragg place at Flora Vista of W. li. Crouch, aud has moved into poswstion. Mr. Butlor is to be congratulated on getting oue of the choice places around Flora Vista. C. T. Brown bus sold a 15 acre tract adjoining the main road runnini; north of Aztec, to Herman F. Lanjo, including the dwelling now occupied by Mr, lirown, who will at once builJ a new inni,liii)i:e fur the occupancy of his family. Levi StuinLaiJKU of Flora Viuta tuft at this (.Hire a fpifcy of cherries, variety M.bi'.own, that takes the j aim fur heavy ii I.!, It lo.ikeii a (mo I ileal liUe a Li tun., h i i r.i . m. Am a farmer and fruit tniir tin! in i t'.t-r re-i'ti:la Levi isa ,Vti : t. !w-v. 1 .1 (,!. '- f I i i e (, 1 . N I ' ::. i.ff I i'h !l,'i C" iii.mV i- II r. i i 'V. Mi I ', v. i ;t .Al'T. V ' . W I'-f'tl') li'!:' weriif t- r-'lfv :l-'i 'is ': (II alien Willi her relill IT"H in tlii f'-tiin, w li.mi shn . 1 nut n.'-t f"r i early thirty ji arp. Lt'Opold Ijoco, of Central (My. Colo., bus reeantly purrhssed of i. Pillar mm half of the latl"r'e ranch above Azte. Rt 8 cost of sliotit f 1.4(H) '1 he tract pu - haced constats of Hl'o it ninety aerea. Mr. 'iwfo w.ll st once inii.rove it by th" addition of a new ri-sid'-nce building Aztec getB a dtatillery. Farmington an rvii)rrtor. Jnt goi ato show theditTer nice in taste, The Misaouriaus are all pHrtial to liquid", for internal nne, while such chsps Al Duet'iD, Joe l'reitt, McIIonry, John l!:own. Dr. Tloseuthal Bnd John Hubbard want nothing but the evaporated fruits. The nccpfwary apparatue for the put ting in of a still at Aztec bus been shipped in by J. C Olvcy, who will have it in readiness for oporatiou within a few weeks. He expocts to turn out a good brand of apple jack snd peach brandy, and will doubtleei secure a large and profitublu market for his pro duct. J. R. DeniDny, agent for an eastern publishing company, who has been trav eling throughout .he county, was thrown from his wh:l ou the road north of town Monday. His left collar bone wbb broken and he was considerably scratched up. He is nor at the Jarvis hotel receiving medical treatment and progressing nicely. In the presende of a few immediate relatives, James Jarvis and Miss Ida Ferguson were united in marriage at the Jarvis hotel in Aztec Sunday evoniüg, July 22, Elder J. S. Henry officiating, They are among the best known and best liked young peepleof the yallov and a large numbes of friends join in wish ing them a happy reamed life.. V Another sidewalk has been laic Aztec, and so we progress. "Tall oaks from little acorns grow." There ia yet lacking that continuity wuich, inside walks as in thought, indicates strength and capability. The sidewalk? we have are useful us harbors in timeo of mud as places to clean the shoes and stamp around awhile before going indoors but as conveniences enubliug people to move from one section to the othor in muddy weather without risking their lives they lack a whole lot. Build 'em, bui'.d 'em I Speakiog of creamery locations, Flora Vista offers one of the beat opportunities in the United States fur ach an enter prise. Now that a creamery is to be established in the county, the profit of the enterprise will soon be made evident Bnd with its great advantages Flora Vista is due to get one tutu pronto. One hundred and fifty milch cows dwell within two miles of the Flora Vista post office on this day and date. As an additional inducement. County Treas urer MoUonry announces that he will give five acres of his ranch at Flora Vista for a creamery there. Now, get in ion the ground floor, ys dairymen aud but ter makers! - -i i I u t t i a. " uM In J t on ! via. j . I . v.- J v.- . . ! 'V ht v i ,', r. j "Ti'U . 'i !,.:d IfHlhrr soft. I p'-ri.il'v prepared. I , -rp ol't .ltrr. heavy !,. :ed oil. 4 ti cx e ornt preservative. ; "il'ires -'t of your líame, f -ver burnsthe leather; its ü.Üicirncy is increased. rurc iK-st service, tjtitches kept frota breaiinj. OIL f i .M in .11 . L"ahtie v.n...,ahr Sraadr4 (1)1 l .mpaar. r p ill i H REWnRD. A reward n( Ji'K) will ba palil bv tlii Axuneia tinn tu hnj 11 ib or por.o forniiliing ind'r matioa tliwt will leail to Hie arn-al and cimtio tion f any poiHnn or iriii)na stiMiline, driving bwhv or (-loni..ii.iy luiiiitliiiir anv OM-lf 1h lontv Inir to nny meinhfr if tliin Asportation. THE SAN .III A J COUNTY (' TTLE Of(()W RUS" ASMICIAIIOS OF NF.W KMllO, in.'i.Hlnri"rfl at Azteo. Sun Ju.td ronnty, N.-w Mexico; W.J. Writ; i it. I'resnlr-nt : J. H. Wil Ininifl, TrnH-oiri-r. Iirunvlllo Peii'll-.tou, Si-cro-try; tluRrii of I rM'.tni, J . '. i loilson. K. K Sto-ftrt, H H. ftiillefiiu, T. N. Jolniiiou, uud Frank llurr. THE K? iiírí Tha Nathan Shoe and Clothing com pany, Durango, will fit you out with a Beatly-fittiug, dressy euit at a reasonable price. ?o shoddy goods in 6tock, every thing staple, serviceable and first class. Binding twine at Jackson Hard ware company tnis week tor u cents per pound. Quality guaran teed. Send us your order by mail and we will get the twine to you. Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward's new novel has been bought by Tbe Ladies' Home Journal, in which periodi cal it is about tobe published serially, It is called "The Successors to Mary the First, "and is one of the most humor ous and ye, relit pieces of fiction, touch ing the servant girl questions, ever written. Attention, G. H. R. There will be a regular meeting of Aztec Post No. 15, G. A, R., held at Aztec on Saturday, July 28, at 2 o'clock p. m. W. H. Williams, G W. McCot, Post Commander. Adjutant. ó liíTER-OGEÁíi . . HOTEL . . $ 9 CHAS. FLECKÍ Prop, ff 9 V.-'w jt ni s. Wacoti Covers ami 7Yuts. U i í i. ""I K.io I T A. D. DOUGLA OLKANiJO. COLO. G G V DJR715V, COLO. Newly furnished, 'Service equal to any hotel in the city. Opp. Depot, f The Home Hotel. AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. Taama fed and takea enr of. Trangietit cuiit.)in flolii'itod. WeU-furDiulied rooms, Ratea reasonable. V. S. DALTON, Proprietor, McCormick Mowers and Binders do better work and last longer than oth;r makes. At Chapman's, Durango. Poll Tan. District No. 3. All poll tax accounta remaining unpaid In Dihtrlct No. 3 ou tbe Pit day of Autmnt, linn), will be placeo in the hands of the JtiHtlce of the peaoe for collection. Fay up aud nave coate. By oritur of THE BOARD OF PIRF.OTORS. McCormick all-steel Rakes are built on honor and at honest prices. At Chapman's, Durango. O. & It. G. Excursion Rates. The D. & li. G. railroud announces ex cursiou rates as follows: Mooting of Young Peoplu'a Union, at Denver, July 25 to ;IU A rate cf one and one-fifth fare on the certificate plau from Colorado points and return. Meeting of Young People a Christian union, Denver, July 2T to ;10 Open rate of one tirst class tare for round trip, lie turn limit twenty days. Freighters know a good thing at firHt eight. F.d Fay's Durango chop houae is a good thing. Mould at all hours and all priceu G S, EOYD . . Insurance Agent. Ií cyreLit! th I. 'J4ii.' i 1 v Fife I ii nut a in o Colli- l .IB CpU Ia-.; y . Hardware Fa.-m machinery and imple ments Ae carry in stock of the -beet varieties and fullest linea. Nowfs the Time To buy harvesting and mowing machinery and the thing to buy is the best. DEERINTG IDEAL roller bearing Mowers and Binders and DEKRINO Hav Rakes are the best. DEERING twine a I ho in k, F. R. GRAHAM, Durango, Colo. T.E.BOmiiIII Stringed i;-.".-.,tn'r.tr. and Strings a ijialty. Pianos snd Organs, Cooks, GJificnery, Wall Paper ..AND Ni'w JLe.xk:o. DURANGO, COLO. ('-CAJ 1 -J 3 Í1 1 'i i it' i 1 l i ÍÍ I i 4 . Toilet Prepara! Unit, 1 WALL r'APLIi -; - - ; - - FAMILY M DIC!i i L'.'j Insecticides for destroying I.iee an.1 .Mites. A. VILLLTAIi, - - - " ProF rioter. c I c ( c c l hiONE PRICBK3 TVnli Ai I) AlAj No mt tr -hcthtr you rmit jronmlf or snd yonr hont clrl, ymir wifi', yorr dahtr or your son, ymir mother, motitorlo law, or rHr-iiitiotri'ti , -: wt'l lo inRt(id t ith courtly, líore (s your miportmiiy for n .''(! (,nn)it;, tf K'Ki Is f r inniioy tlmn you ena htiy cIkmj tfonot in ot 1it Hlott-. TTPfJ'S TTT f,,r Imvflioiwy in othor ? r ' 1 wwia-r to b hnuum M0,(Kt LIEN'S SUITS tZZ'ÜlKÜZ we sell ron WE SELL lOH Our nuinny i op. Our units en tliw br. Vf ry ti'M. alsn riirn- Mmc ri-ry Un 1 l.i,;h t-rntl" Ulty for tl-.TiU to $l;"i.o, which uo mnrcliant t.nlt run oxi-dl tor 00 to f i'i.t;il. ' SKIRTS ANO UNDERf AR-UV:iirry a (lt-x.irtn.ii.. H ATS "Nouo bettor wmdo," and 6H0E5 Krom conptn to real flue rniiw. llony you will aave on parb tind PVrv art m.1w, M ar t hp only tiium. in town vlti'-h boys il i -'v'ti i nm .Now urk I it y and tin no nwit to pay. All our o-ooiIm nr. iviirki-d iu plum iimii "it hud every articln 1m uiirautor-d as rHprfnl!. VAífttMt(MIKft(tllltMHÓ CSiZ liZttl itiiii liimt Austin & DüDBiDg ULACKSMITIIR WAGON ?vlAK3:ilS. Wheels to rent at reasonable ratos, típncial attention to bicycle repairing CZ1 . Aztec, New Mexico. fioNT Forget I i Whn yuu v ut BnytiiinR u the lino nf VtttrtH, iuiinithiri. Jowmry, ('lock, SpMt'tHiiittj r .Stoi ling bilvur or . intt'U wuitJ, o Lo i I. SELLER t The 01 J Rclisbl JCtVclcr : WatrhfK ri in Iliut ri.: i tl !('- OU I " iitnltM,. mIi ; tUiK' I f i ' i- l,l(i'l' I 1. A li. (I 1; - If "'niMil. T ( ' K. 1 alun i - i. O in hit- ? li"inu.T tal It'riH'iiittls '"I :: III'- hili WHI'- J Mjviir (fMtU .tor íor i ito o, ill tin1 lift'ire 4 Í THo Goodman Paint & Wall Paper Co. Wall Paper,-Taints and Glass. CO DURANGO. COLO, mm mm mm mm II. B. WUitford Contractor and Entuna tea acd Fl -io Fiirninhed for Buildings of uii kiuda. Woodwork t.l nil í luda Turned Out on 6bort Shop South of Livery Stabio, AZTEC, N. IX Griffin & Jackson Proprietor of The OPERA Saloon AZTEO, N. M. Best liquors and cigars. Good pool table in connection. Call and see us. M ARCADE SALOON OLVEY & COBB, Props. Aztec, -N. M. uits to Order, to Fit LAZARUS Tiie One price CMM iij K A nn . - . . .. , ... , ... i' O OI Z' 3 a J FIELDS 5 SHARP - - Dealers In . . MONROE FIELDS JOHN SUAE I' Dry (íoorlR. íinOpriiMí, totbiiiír, liootH and hiliooA, Ktc. Nw uimjiís Tocoived coantantly General 'Merchandise Oomplote üd of Mon'e aud. Boya' Clotbiug now in stock. -AZTEC NEW MEXICO. O o r-f, Granville Pendleton, Lawyer and Real Estate Agent, BUS AND SELLS .... AzTRC, SAN JüAN COUNTY, f 4 Farms, Rancbna, Fruit Traota aud Cit Proportyon Commisnioa New Mexico r J" WILL practice law before all tbn courts of New Mexico aud Colorado. With suvun years' exjmrionco as district ntlornoy in Colorado, niskcs criioinnl law a specialty. ill attonil to all cluhai-s of cases bofom thn local nuil i-ncral land oflice aiid ilepartuients lit Washirictnu. Twenty j'lars' actuul expi-rieucp. (pu cial nttunuoD friven to collooi.ions in Sim Junn cuunty. Will advertise oxU'usivpily urnoioj KasU-rn iuveatora. Thosn bavins property for sale call and loavo list. No aule. no chargus. ;oruiuu.aioua rtiaaunnble and satisfaction guaranteed. Call on or addruns GRAN VILIJÍ rKNDurroN, Office oyor Randall's Storo, Attec, New Moxico. c J 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L : THE FAMOUS S, Wf now bavP a lcial ofllcft roo tit for out of town fopU', no you can inka your ltvailqunrUini t mir toie.dü yoi.r ctrrft- poilttillK Hlltl JlMtVO your bumnHtfe. Durando, Colorado nnsr Wines, Liprs and Cigars 7- ALWAYS IN STOetC. GcgJ Billiard Tables Ccurtccus Trcatiücnt FRANK REVELL, CONTRACTOR AKD EUIIDER. Eetiniatei furnitihed for builJings. all kinds of Kkpt im Btock: TkIIob, Cuplxmrda, Wi lting (it'i.ke, Kitchen cabinuta, Knice cabiutila, etc. HutíhI cnnkuU on band and mada to order oo HllO. t UUUI U. Miop South of Livery Stable, Azi ko, N. M. 97a W j Dry Gd, lí-rpcta, Wülintry, laít i Misses and Uhitdren's Kerddy Made Garmentst, Men's and Children's Clothing, etc. The rinodeli(f of our (rrpHt store room (which emliraciw the entire CrMtnl hlock) in a'lMiut couiplttod. A-gouora iiivit(ttuu iu t'iWiiilnl to all to pay um m vintt O i Samcon Stucco Plaster No lime required; f.i.tx) per cwt. Car just received. Superior to any other, making much harder fir.Mi, which moisture din's not effect. STUBBS Ü DUÜAKCO JAKWAY Our I'l cirwM fui \n\n tfi;b or fi'f,s niFTiox. On Vnr , . - Wt, M..t,l! :.f$l flüCíi Batos $2 por Day.