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w l I I o I Mi I VOLUME XIII 7 í ! I ' I It , AZTEC NEW MEXICO, TRIDA Y, MAY 9, 902. V 7 KsT r,! i ' r r NUM3ER H Y The Statehood Struggle. A WnnhiiiRton tolrgram tinted Thurm hy, My 8, says: "The bill to tnce thro row atsrs in the Amoricnn Hhjj B'tjin btul tho rit;bt of way in the IIoiihp today. TIhtb was ronornl dolto on the lill, the fftiture 'f which" whs tlm ototidcd ppnoch by Mr, UroAVonor (if Ohio in ciipoRÍtinn to the intMRUre. l)il.'ate whh ci'iKfd Ht .'t (iV'lock and the Mil was road for amendment under the five minuitcB rule. An amendment was offered by He presen I at i ve Mellan of Ar kaiiBHR, to consolidate tho territories of Oklahoma and Indian territory, but it wan defeated, 57 to 10,'!. An amendment ottered by T.lr. Overntreet of Indiana, to consolidate Arizona and New Nexieo an.) admit both of them hh the state of Montvzunia, was pendil)); when tho Unlive adjourned. " . Hiy. It. M. Criiiii of A Hiiiuuerque will (.rch iu Súo rrccbytnrian church at Aztec on fiundav evening and at Flora Viet Vreabvtena 1 chin i ll ut 11 a. in . Smelter City Papers. From the Durando Democrat. Farmers in this section should eoed a fnir, nn increaHHil acreage, to veelables. There will be a shortage in eastern Colorado and tho Sao Luia valley, Uentry l'rewitt came up from Far-ui-ington on yeaierday's etaye to viait in Uurai.yo for a aeaeon. Slie will be tht gumt of her aunt, Mra. Sum G. Wall. John S. Holers arrived in the city last night from California, whore he baa been for the past two mouths. He will go to Furmiuuton this coming. With two brick kilns burning and a number of buildings going up, ztec will be ver lively this fall and winter. FARMING TON. The Waggoner brothers are making excellent progress in borng fur oil at the Blake ranch, Mi. Wheeler, tho Felluride banker who baa been here for several days, re turned home this morninp. The revival services at the Presbyter ian church are being quite well attended and much enthusiasm is being diep'ay ed. The Robs brothers have assumed charge of the Saddle Rock restaurant, llunry Noel having retired. The pres ent proprietors are favorably known here and elsewhere, and are entitled to a good .rado arid we trust their venture will be well rewarded. The Hyde bank building is receiving a good coat of paint, also the Bowman drug store building which greatly im proves their appearance. Harry Shidler has purchased a half intereet in the Jesse tiarwood black smith and wapon chop and will become are rustlers and deserve a large patiou- K. C. Arnold has purchased the Com pton lodging house tintures and will con duct this in connection with his restau rant, which he has conducted in a very eatisfactory manner. The Hyde Exploring Expedition will buy corn, wheat and oats at the mill and will pay cash for same. Reception Record. The following instruments were filed lor record in the office of the probate clerk and recorder of San Juan county, from Ar.fi! S3, to May 7, 1002, except mortgagee, chattel mortgages and trust deeds: MoRroe Fluids troaaurnr. to Reeae Mccloftky' tux deed, IliO acres ou fciau Juuu rivur, fciliivuly place. Wm. CJ. HuntinKton to W. K. Hondn. bill of Rale, prouerly in Komhauirh'sud. Junction City. '1 human tiockwuod truHiee to Frank M. Quiun, ruleflHO dcedj Johu Sharp ot al to Mary J. Croich warranty dt.nd. Lota in Aztec, Consideration 115; Johu Morgan et al to JoHttpli Jfal. Crouch wat rant y deed lota in r at-in-lngtou. Consideration u; Frank M. Quiun et al to Larkiu lieck warranty dt'Hit acie4 of land uear lluodt Coiirfideratiiu 1(11)0, Juiueti Bryau et al two oil C1UUI18, Mary B. Craig Admiumt. to John C. Curou warruuty dend lou acres laud pear Fai mintftou, Coii kjduratlou KA'M : Johu Uweu to Nu Apper fim warranty dmul, lot iu Atec, :, runk VV. tíharp nt al to Kicharrí 8. Kiilenour war ranty oHcd laud near Cedar Hill ÍIUU). Tiiu li. Malakiu to Eoiuia Gibbon ir,urri,iKu ourilli vM. touted fcHat.wH to rlarrv H. Aileu re ceivers receipt 80 aerea ou La Plata river. . baiuuei hutth et al to buuiuni Hu'li warrnaty deed laud near fcarralUKteii 1UI liaac iau nels et al to Cliaa. N. JJanneu warranty deed ift aerea lana u.tir itooti rto; joim Al rilack Jr. to hlivia Kvana. luamaKe certiticale, llu. ber V lityard to Mary J. McUauieia lnarriao i::rtincaLe. Han y ri. Alleu et ai to L. ii. JL'aa t hai et al wairauty deed ho .icrca ou La i'laia rivor f lime. Wm. t. tni et ul to Alex, iiow mau v.ioiauty neel pioperiy tu Furuiiniu.i. 'CoubiiJi'rauou é-oil. J"ou Met le Nleliulu to Nancy L, Eatou mat riae certllieate: ICobt. ilwyer Tr. to li. 'J1, iiiibhuid reii ae deed. Jennie Campbell tt Win. llutier v,antility et.1, rru riy at Fartiiri.iKiou. I oiiHiueiuiiou r:Hio. iiliiion L. Du&nu el al lo 1. k. l. bi l liaa wai muí y need, lula m Furuiiutou. Cou bideruiiuu lo. The Ban Juan Section. Tho following article appeared in a recent ipHiie of the Albuquerque Jour nal Democrat : N K. SlfvniiB, of the Montezuma Savings, liuiidii.g ami Ijoan aasociation, returned yeeteriluy from a four weeks, play in cSan Juan county, where he placed bran-h organizations of his com pany, in Aztec and Farinington, the two principal towns of northwoHturi New Mexico, "I was astonished at the development of a pee' ion of which we am likely to think an isolated." paid Mr. Stevei s yesterday. "1 went by way of Ourango, making the GO miles to Furmington liy stage over excellent roads and through a country thai préñenla posaihilities for future development preliaps Bhead of any other section in New Mexico, "Farmington is alrendy taking on me tropolitan ana. The buildings are sub stantial Btruutureu, many of thorn of orieK. itie llydu Exploring txpeili lion is now building a hueineHS block there that .vonld be a credit lo the busi ness Bectiou of any city. Farmiugton has an electrij light syítei and ex cedent water worae. The people are iu (luiiinuiis and have grat failh in the future of their town. "Aztec ib not behind Farniington in progressive spirit. It is tho county seat and a court house is now being built thero that will cost 10,000. "Uut the future of tíau Juan county is in agriculture and fruit growing. There are thouaaiuU of acres of laud yot untouched that needs only water to turti them into productive farms. And the goml feature of it is thai they have the water with which to do it. Water en.iugh, in fact, to irrigate many tititwa the acreage they have. I behove San Juan county is the greatest fruit grow ing section of ihe southwest. This year the cr;p will be greater than ever be fore. What thfcy need, what they must have, and what they undoubtedly will have in the near future, is a railroad. Once the farmers are in touch with a market by rail, and San Juan couritjr will go forward with aptonishing rapid ity. The county is even now being rapidly nettled. The class of immigrai ts is the very bent, coming for the most part from the overcrowded districts of the middle states. "Will the Duraogo & Clifton road bs built? I ilo not know. The people are not very Bureof it. What they most de sire is railroad connection with Al buquerque. The coal deposits alone would justify the building of a railroad. 1 saw one vein 20 miles from Farming ton, that is 1(3 feet wide' and the ilu posits are practically limitless. No de velopment has been done, beyond a few surface scratchings, "On Monday the First National bank of Firmiugton was opened for business, It tías a capital of ÍÜ5,0U0, subscribed entirely by home people. " That automobile line to Durango is semething of a joke. The proposal is not takeo seriously. The promoters of the scheme want the San Juan county people to build the road while they will supply the machines. At the road Ytuuiu O0 'ifrtV fliwkn ',w i..:'. the system, it is not probable the plum i ill mature." 5 The Santa Fe New Mexican suB! "iSlutehoud for New Mexico has been Hryued pro and cou very vigoruualy tho ,p lt.t few months auu on next Tuesday or Wednesday the hoUBe of representa tives will expieos the will of the na tion by its vote upon the question whether New Mexico, Arizona and Ok lahoma should be given statehood. The advocates of statuhuod have beeu ag gresaive, for they are in tho riyht, their arguments can be answered only by sophistry and evasion. It baa been proved to the satisfaction of every thoughtful man and woman that eveiy American citizen should have the same "Civil rights guaranteed by the Declur iition of Indipeudeiiee and The Consti tution the foreuiooi of theae being to taxation without representation and a Viico in the conduct of national atfaira w. II as home government for every "vommonweultu. it has been chown lial the Colorado and the TeXua boun ' lary are not physical dividing lines inal divide tine people fit for eeif gi.v t iiment f rom a people not tit for it. It has been pointed out that U is hb Hlid that a I'entnlvaiila, or a New York or an Ohio ciiixcr, alii uid loh j Ins tight of francbiee as soon as he l-naSaes the boundaiy ot Now Mexico, while a !Sew Mexico citizen should be ot B 11 d I'll I Zen lert It. to See me before placing orders for nails barb wire, wire bale ties, buggies and spring wagons. W. C. Chapman, Du racgo. ' Ladies, call and tee the lew summei goods at W. II. Williams'. Value of Winter Irrigation. The value of winter irrigation ia apparent even at this early date. Fields of alfalfa oa irrÍKatod up to the prcaent timo are alinont us brown aa In mid winter, while the fields tliat were winter irrigated are in line growing con dition The difference iu. the (rowing of allulla, with winter I nidation and witbont it, is atrikluuly illustrated with plots of alfalfa under expeil mcnt on tho Agricultural Kxperiment Btation Farm. Two plots were selected of as nearly the same type of soil as pesdiblo. One plot was wiuter irrigated Whilu the ottor .ub uot. The uu-irrik'atvd plot Is at this time apparent ly almost hfclcefl, while the plot revolving' winter irrigation has made a line growth of from 6 to 8 inches. The late frosts have injurod the growing alfalfa slightly, but thlt damage is iuslgniti- caut, when the two plots are compared, One year ago we hud severe lato frosta and the alfalfa recoivlug winter imitation was dam aged considera' 'ly, yet the yield of hay was decidedly in the favor o the plots which re ceived winter irrigation. There is, howeyer, another point which should becarefully considered wUei weigh ing tliewlnter lriigatlon. That is, tlia beuilit derived from le-e.lablialiiug capillarity with the ground water. Capillary at tiou is the name gven to the puüsm;c of meinliu e up tlirough the lutFrHtlues uf the mal, v liiuli la lilcely illustrated lu the paskge of oil up through tho luicmicu of the lampwick Evaporatiou carites moiatuie off from the surface of the auil luuuli a s oil is buruod oil' trom llio lamp wick. ltie lu.- of moisture I rom tlio surface soil is replaced by the move ment ol motbtui-e through capiltarily frum (lie nil below ami tiii., iu tuiu, is repleuielud fioiu still luwer luieis of soil, until, filially, the draft upon the uioi.tuiu may reach the grouud wuter- Drouihy spells dry out the soil to quite a depth, sometí nes to several feet Ueep, and therefore, the capillary action la broken and will uut reack the surhico again uutil it is re-establlnhed by uinkiug the soil wet from the surface dowu to the moisture. This wetting of the soil seema to be a sort of priming of nature's pumps which she atu-uds to herself in rainy belts by frequent sleuer. hut leaves to the care of mau iu all irritiuliou suctions, The re-enublishiueut of capillarity can best be done iu wifiter wlieu evaporation from tho aurflcs noil i at a mitniuiim and at a time wheu water 1 abiimluut. If the soil ia Well charged with' water for several feet in depth during wiuter, much of the wutur wul be available for the crops during tho growing mom bs of spring and nuinmer, ihe roots of the planta will pnah ti. wn luto the moisture and capillary attraction will bring the uioisl ure towards tho aurTuce, ttiua readeriug it avuiiKblo to the plants, lu ftcttoUa where water la not plentiful for irrigation purposes during all seasons of the yuar, the question of the storage and rouauiva tlou !u I In Mill, of lbeilod.v.atera ot wiuter Is uf great importunes, uud the writer believes thui more atteuiiou aliould be given to it, ut lest until dems, rei'ervolo. or oilier ltofro torue HVaieoia ean be e.-,l aiiblo-d for the eou.-ervatimi il tit waH.n water- Aiirti, lr, J.J. Ver U"ll, Ni w Ali'Meo C"ll"(i oi Aprlenllure- DIRECTORY ' FKDKIÍVL. DeleifRto to Coiitfrejis H. 8. Kodcy siovernor M. A. Otero Heoretary J V. Reynolds Chief Justice W.J. Mills ÍIL H. MeVIUnn It. H. linker 8urvevor fleneral Moriinn Owllyn Cntteil Htite I HlliTlor A . I iMnrt imhi V. S. llistrirt Attorney . . . VN . I!. I liililers t'. H. MHr-lisl C. M. Firakr Kegistnr l-end Ofllee, Ssnla Fn M . K. (Hi'to Keceivor Laud Ottico, Html a Fe Fred Aiu'l t rKRHITOIUAL. Polieitnr Onm.rnl E. I,, n-irtlett I lerk ,Sn.reTiie Court Jone 1. Si-tia Adjutant (ii'iieral Wm. H. hit.i'nian 'i'ri'H-nirer J. 11. Vniiuluifi Auditor W. O. Sargent hnpt Pel, lie I imtnrction ..J. Frnnrlseo Chuvez llistrirt Court Cterk M. Herirere district Attorney E. C. Abbott LEOISLATIVE. i". I Thru D. Hums ( onncilmen j Mniai.ulas Murtine,. Hepresetitativo U ran villa I'eudieton COUNTY. Probata Jndare J. B. VftldeT Probate Clerk aud ltei:order L. '. lirove iSherilf I. W. Hrown S ,t.,i, ,r 1 J, Ooniiviil 'I'rr.is'.irer arid Collector - M. Fields Supuimteudcnt of SehiK'ls U.C. Mcliweu roMMItOOuSKHH. ' First district J. V. bujnn S.icxni ditliet Samuel K. Kooulz Third district Clai blirimhall Wanted. A span of mares lliou pounds or over, vel broke, Work mares, .!!! pay a, fancy: price for them if tin y are light. They can t oomc too soon. Apply to The Index olllc- Wantcdt Reliable man for Manager of a Branca Oil I -ce we wish Uiopen in this vicinity. Here is a good opening for t he right man. Kindly giva good refrene when writing. THE A. T. MOIl RIS WHOLESALE HOUSE, Cineinnatti, Ohio. Illustrated cattaloguu 4 ct. stamps. REWARD. A reward of $100 will bo paid by this Associa tion to any person or persons furnishing infor mation that will lead to the arrest and convic tion of any person or persons stealing, driving sway or feloniously handling any slock belong ing to any member of tins Association. THE SAN JUAN COUNTY CATTLE GROW ERS' ASSOCIATION OF NKW MEXICO' headiiusirers at Aztec, San Juan County, New Mexico ; E. R. Stewart, President ; Price Wal terg, g -rretm yi George HUiicelt, Treasurer; Charley McUoy.H. N. Rathjen, B. II. M illesou J. M Murriseu and John Swiro, directors, Kellenb or go j Wholesale Dealer and Importor of whiskies. Brandies Wines and Cigars And Hole Control! ir of the Famous Columbine Whiski' and Uigara Duran Gt),0ohó riti. i JLIlt? VJ I ill 1 H Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Farmington, N. M. Stock given every attention. Hay and Grain for Sale ''RANK B. ALLEN Proprietor THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS Denver, Colorado DAIIjY AND WEfKLY The Great Represent at iy Newspaper of the Kocky Mountain títates aud Territories All the News from All the World, HUa tiatious, (Walloons, Special Foatuies, h'a SUBSCRIPTION' KATE3: Dail V and He-lay, pr month i t .7 Simday only (íl to -Vi pages), per year .... 2.;MI eekly, per year ,.I.IW AiMrvts ROÜKY MOrj.Tai NEWS, n rfve- Colorsdr 'I'll in o I, h in,; farm jirodiicn to dispose uf, e(.'( , t i,,icr, lotiltiy, etc., will llnd a Oliver at all liioea ly culling on (.'liarles L i-l'lt at ll;e ll lel Ocean hotel, Oil 'r iiioGrandc Southern iüí. i Silver San Juan Sceuic Line. raou RIIXiWAY TO Tl'XLUKlDE, SAW PIT, OP111K, RICO, DOLO It EM, MANCOS, LA I'LAIA AND DUUANUO, Opeitinir up lite most mairniMeent scenery he Kocky Meuu tains, and pa&siua through th Famous GoKl ami Silver Fields of San Miguel and Dolores Counties Aud Ihe Montezama and Síienanüoab Valleys Tho Great Ái icullurél lli iíioti et - - Th Dolores River This lino hritiyi tin tnuHut wittiill eflny t'uo Of tilt) VMJUlifl fill HOZES gf the cliff dwellers In cmi!rtiim t-ith tlio Douver A K)v Hrnmlu t foni" the ü no tí i jidt'-btni All Rail Aroand tlic Circle trip," PROFESSIONAL I)r. l. A. H MIU13, PHYSICIAN AM : t KUÜON, Artec. New Moric J R. J. L. KHLKM, PHYSICIAN ANT VI RCKON, Aztec, New Mexico. Cnllr answered pf en p' 'lav or lillit. Oliiee in Col tnj- Home lintel. J)tt. A. ROSENTHAL. PHYSICIAN' ' :. . CBOEOS. tartr. ,ii;toii, New Mexico. J)r. O. C. McKW'EN, PHYSICIAN AN D M'ltr; EON Farm 'iOin, New Mexico, ee in A!!.-"i t?-s:i lies. i, ,f . A. DITFF, SÜRliKO D IX'TtST, F 1,-ti.n, Nw Mexico. Aitic first Tuexday in ei..7i uionih. Appolntnieti'ii re .le hy mail. 8. WHITEHEAD, ATTORNEY jit LAW. . NOTAR! PüBI.IO Farmiiiitton, Ne j- Moxico. Geanville PENDLl'.TON, ATTORNEY , T LAW. .. .Notary Public Will practice in all Couv of tlio Territory. r.tec, N.V Mexico. 11, D. WAOGONER, SCRVLVOR. Aztec. New Mexico, Mapping and Ditch PV Hln Promptly At tended To. R. B. Whti'ord (3 3 and Estimatea and Plans rr: niched for Building of all , imld. Woodwork of all kinds Turned Out on Sbor NoC". Shop South of Liivory Stable, AZTEC N. M. ). M. IllvklilvUT. Monaotr. The San T-nn Corral and Feed Stable W. B. ALEXANDER, . Prop. Heanuuarters fnr Sab Juau Couuty Rauchineu. DURANGO, COLORADO I The Branch.! 13 El n C D. Segale s Co., Proprietors. B Tlie Choicest Wines, Linnors and Cigars Always in Stocl H Billiard and Pool Tablea la Couueo- O tiou. Call aud noe us. m a - c ts D a Aztec, - New Mexico Mcat Marketl A. M. HUBBARD, Prop. nzTBe, n. Mi Fresh and Suit Meats kept con stantly on hand. . A trial solicited. UiijheBt canh pnua paid for bidna LEGAL NOTICES. HOMI.STKAT1 1-NTtH Ni). 44'.0. Notlrp fop riiMlrttt Inn. Dpi'arfiiif'iit of t 1h Interior, TjAikI OfTtf p nt StiDta !. N Mfxli o, Apill 5, I'.Mi'J, Not iac i ttprt'hy pivf-n tliíil th fillnin tnin( f"t 1 1 it linn ti it'll intlli'p of hi in t fiit Ion to i. Hke hual proi.f In intM,urt of Imh rlnlm. aol thnt Kind iroof will hi nmflc ln-fofM 1 hp Fr tiato Clt-rk (if Sim Jn;in oounly, at Aztt'C, N'W Mcx ion ou M y i, ÍSki-2, viz : FILI.MOIíKííU KK. Fi-rtlto N' ; of BW' ST3' of SW andSWi or NV, S.c lt T. N., K. 11 W. Hf nnmow tlio fnllnwlnir wit'icMSPi to prnvn his rtntlnimii rt'-iltlonri' upon and cvltivatimi f hM Inixl vtr : K.lwin II. Khner, of BlnomfloM. N. M.; CVphun K. Antlrnn. of Hlnninflold, N. M,:'lw, Sfilmon, of Hlnoniliolfl , N . M-; t rtnl Hunker, of Aztec, New Mi-tirn In MANUEL R. OTERO, IvPüiHtor. Kstrnv Nntica. Notlrp l liprphy (rívnn tlnit tho niulorslnpfi. hu titknii up tlirt fi.llowlnif doHpnltrd eKiniy milittal ut rnnrh two uilln north of Aztec N. M. viz: One hrown cnlorpil mule, almut H hnntln hiuh lian h Rinull blotch brand ou lpft e houiiJcr, in tliHtinctly imirkpil. Weiirht nbout him) jMHi'itin. The owner or owtiow ofsuld HpíhtHpí. boí rnftl furlltit tliPHHttiotit thnemlof 1 1 it? Nwven uionHirt from the (lato of the tirHt publlentlon ol thiH notice. unh'ttH clHimed hy tin: owner or owners tht-r'-of, or their fluent. rovtntf owner ship and PHylntf all lecal ci'ariff thnreon, KUAN K W, SHAH P, FlrHt pub. Feb. 21. W Aatac, N. M. Kstra.r Not!. Notice 1m hereby ffiven thnt Mie ninIersiKned bHB taken np the folUwlni(r (hsci tbed esírtiy aiilmalH nt his ranch near Artec New Moxi , viz. ! One bay mar 4 or 5 years old braudod N.O. 1 on left tihnultler, nnbrokpn. One bay mai'p li years old white hind feet no brnmlH, uu'roken, On ho mp cob one year old, bay, one white hind twot no brand un.irokcn. The ownpr or owner of t a id described animal forfeit name at thn end of Keren mont hs from dati of tirHt pul'llcation of this notice, un iera claimed by the ownes or ownern thereof, or their Hírent , omvínir ownership and (paying all UKal jharKea thereon. L. CURRENT. FirRt pub. March 14, ltin. Aztec, N- M. Ktray Notice. N.tine io hereby inven that the nnrlernitrned ha taken up the. following described estray anliunlsat hit ranch near Flora Vistu New Mexico, viz . : One black horse unbroken about 8 years md. Character brand on ritfht Buntildnr laam in rlulit front ler. Une black ntareH vcar.told nnbroko. Bran ded M. on Ml hip. Ono bay horno pony 4 year old nnbroken branded halt circle crofH A ou h-tt Hhnuldor. Tho owner or ownern of said described aní mala t'irtiet thcfcftrueat the end of the seven in on tlit from the date of the rlrnt publication of this notleo, unless claimed by the owner or owners thereof, or their aent, proving owner ship and payiug al) h tral charlen thereon. CHAS, W. CAMK1ÍON First Pub. MardhZS, Flora Vista. N. M. Ktiay Notice, Notice Is hereby viren that thn undersigned has takox up tho folhiwimr dewctlbed estrny animal at h's rand- alx'Ut liv miles north of Cedar Hill, New Mexico, viz. : One bald faced cow, branded K on loft hip, no'ear mark. Has buen dehwrad. The owner r owners of mud described ani mal forfeit the earn at the end of the nevón months frmn tho date of the tl rut publication of this notice, unless claim d by tho owner or owner thereof.or their atfont. y rnvinit owner stop uud payiuK &U chartfo therut'tt. DIlK AI'PEUSON, First pub, May 2, 1102. Cedar XI ill, N. M Mowers Binders Hay Rakes Plows Harrows "Wagons FARMERS! I ask your attention. I do not think it noceBsitry or right for the ranchmen of any district to have to pay the salary und expenses of a travfling implement acont, and that is what you have to do when ever an auent calls at your home to sell or make contrai:t8 with you for implements of any kind. You are in town every now and then anywny, and if you will call at my store 1 will tuke pleasure in show ing you the most complete liue of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Etc. That has ever beea brought into the San Juao country, and I will guar an tee to aave you money on any and all ranch goods you may buy of me. F. R. GRAHAM, Duranyo, Colo. Siftntlons.fíeccre'J for m-aduatet or tuition refunded. Writ at nt onco lor catalogue and special orTert. riopn?j Business U.Hiitj Colleges 1 LottUvllla, K Bonrgnmirj. Alt. Hautton. Ttx. Cohunbut . 6a. ' lilniun, tffc eirnlngtiaia, Ata. JachionrlKa, n. The Aztec Restaurant. CHAS. BAKER, Proprietor First class moHls, neat and tiJy rooms, good service. Your patriinus solicited, "The Red Front," net door to the Postoffice. RIO GRANDE SHOE STORE Fulton & Warner, Props,, DgG Ladles', GentS' anj ChiMrens Shot's. Exclusive Shoe House ana complete Stock of all Lines Mi Too are. THE AZTEC HOTEL V Mí-!S. ). A. WEISNER, Prop. I h.ivt.' h fiiii-il tin- luirk h.-tvlin Atoo ami .solidt the i-.itriri-e uf the public. It .sb:,! 1- my yim to pt..,M. .H1,i a tr;a s ;i( lp Jo THE ONLY HARDWARE STORE IN D NORTHWESTERN NEW MEXICO J PniNTS AND OILS DOORS AND SflSII GEORGE RATHJEN Hardware, Tinware, Agricultural Implements Buggies and Glass. Mail Orders Solicited. NEW MEXICO JULUUU JUUl SJUl LSU Aztec Livery, Feed and Sale Stable BATES & RASH, - Proprietors. Good RiK and S,l,Ue Hwiim Alwy on Hiinrl. Tim and Stork Oitou the Bent of AvtuDtinn. (inuoral Livory l)iiiiiuo8Tranacted. AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. El ti El B B W. II. WILLIAMS B B B a ra Dry Goods, Groceries Boots and Shoes Hats ana Caps Hardware, Glassware Queensware, Etc. S AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. H n y & a 4- 13 4- n 'ii. A-. X. X'. C5 1H NEW MEXICO - Indian Trader - ( i. Located on the direct route from Duraiifro, FarmiDRton and Aztec to j Gallup aDd all poiuteon the Santa Fe I'acitio railway. Jj n Navajo Blankets, Indian Curios, Silverware, Etc. Etc. HARDWARE AND ..Tli Only Hardwara and Farm- FURNITURE ture Storo ia Snn Juaa couuty. Pttd, Hay and Grain Constantly on Hand Why I Can and Do Undersell Durango : No clork hire My lunurance rates are lower No reuU to pay No expensive lixlitiug call and be convinced. Frank N, Frakes x Proprietor, AZTKC, NEW MEXICO. 5 Pianos Organs í Sheet Music a The largest stock of Gold ana Silver Watches, Clucks, Jew- L 3 dry aud Silver Ware at Kasteru Catalogue prices, In Southern i Colorado. !S 'a HAHN EXPERT WJlfdHMJlKnii no jeWdlek DURANGC REFERENCE.! -J FIRST NATL. BANK ' DROP US A LINE. SÉND US YOUR WORK. THE CHEAP CASH STORE A FULL LI1IE OF GEHERAL UERCHAHDISfi FrcsS Groceries, Coots and Chocs l ul il. Cm u, (.hita, l.io. , K "'l 'M I! ii' I N.iM.ji. lii. ilu,, u in i., S,. iv I ,., i t ,J Kn-'-n i-.l. A nlniii'i.' j u i i ii i . un.,-.. ...hr.H'il. G. G. BRF.W rn Tl.C, \n\n ''.len end ud Willi tíliue-s for 'Miipbi cio"iog '.bo o hoi.ijilj "ni'iolci jr 'i fv,;M 1? rF 1? rTlC?XT eaNOiw gallegos.