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DRY GOODS ... BOOTS AND SHOES i NOTIONS. ETC.Íi .or. I J. M. RANDALL, - - Aztec, N, 1VL "XLtOTT, rietor. The Durungo, Aztec r and Ftirniiiigtoii . . . . Stage Line. Keaaonabla Ratee tba Bule. F.asy riiline stages, making the trip through to Durango from Aztec or Farmingtorj in one day. The patronage of the traveling public nolicitbd Perlrafee to b aent hj axpro thonlrl be left at the pnatofflra Id Altec. CLOSING OUT SALE ! The fine stock of Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Shots, Etc., will be sold regardless of cost in order to close out my business. $10.00 all wool Men's Suits for . . . $ 5 00 $15.00 all wool Men's Suits for .... 7 50 $20.00 all wool Men's Suits, beat everything, for . 10 00 Hurry up. don't be too late, m I tint to ii'I through wltli anil retiro from bntineae. MY BUSINESS HOUSE KOIl SALE. P. 8. - Sure thing, not an advertising. dodtte. I. LAZARUS, Durango, Colorado The First National Bank Colorado State Bank OF DURAN GO. Catabliehed 1881. apltal, arpias Faad. SS7.000.00 5. 000. CO Babhhq Ik All It Branches. " i baa an axtanaWa eorreapondenee and pat- rMfa Vnrotia lioal outnweeiern v oii rado, and tha ailjoluiiif countiee I N aw Mélico and Utah. OFFICERS P.CAMP OMN L. MoNKAL Wa.P VAiLK Preeident Ylee Preeident. Caahier. THE Smelter City State Bank IT CUBANGO, Í0L0,- ArITt., 30,000.00 0. fc. llH 'OS SELL. Freaident. LLOYD C. SHEETS, AaaUtaBt Caahier fwmy-two year' aiperiance banking in Colorado. DURANGO, COLORADO eommcrclal and Savins Bank. SOLICITS YOUR DEPOSITS. Those who are not In Cemmoreial or Mercantile busl ueaa and who are dcairrua of plucltiK tlieir depoulu where tlny will receive in tereBt, aro enpecialy Invited to become our pairouB. INTEREST 18 ALLOWED In our SaTinira uenartmenr at four per cent per canum ami la couiiiouuuua quarterly. BINK MOSEY OKDERS Isaned. navaMn anr roai-unice Money urders. B. W. FREEMAN... W.C. CHAPMAN... F. JU. REIN HOLD . - AITSTIM & MINNIM JITi HLACKSMITIIINQ AND REPAIJtINO Special attention to bicycle repairing Aztec, New Mexico. T.E.BOWHAKÍ Stringed Instruments and Strings a Specialty. Pianos and Organs, Books. Stationery, Wall Paper and,...'.. ) 1 , . Used If! 'UlVo New Mexico. . , , OURAMGO, COLO. MUI DU DIRECTORY. tUEBBYTERJA! CHURCH-" Mnrnin aer I vica on the flrnt and third Hiir.dy A eacB month at o clock. Evening ar- ! every hunda, nilit at elKt " eioc-k. Bnn.lay urtiool ai l. ' Irar nieeiliiit On Wairneedar eenm at BiM p. in. I. K. COOPtK. peetor. SAN CAN CfTUSTf rATHOl.lC MISSION (Catholic popnlation wvj.T HeaT.iiartera ara teaa Santa Ki. Clinrcli, Illanco P. O fcn(ar aerTloea. tlret and aacond Sunday or atoutRi ma-a at a. ni., .rniou: Mindny aclaool furclifldfea, iiiimllHi'ly after nía A i 9 m., fn.ary, cuiia-rexational malnit. fe.M, Ctoiy, i,.Teri molitlily W'fvitel hel.l ul ii.r M.rtrnez. I-m Pini. tweri.1 tou.B darir.n r. Alter. I-a Plata. ParWuiK- anil uno irr , ,Un i.iia. atiLll la aiteim.l iroiu L.n THE EW t INTFR-ilRFAN 0 . . HOTEL . . ? t V Newly furnished. Service Jv equal to any hotel in J the city. t CHAS, FLECK, Prop, '2 per Day THE INDEX. 7,m Nrw Mrxico. FntiTl lit tli iodtffi at Atc ni ithíI miit tur iif ttip oooni cla. L. V, (1KOTR, TIF. OFHOAL PAPER OF san juAii conrnr TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On Year Sii Montha ... Three Montl.a. .12 no . . 1 0 , . Ml Friday, May 9, 1002. Oil. Depot GK0. K. ORIFFIM, ProHldenC. t, A. DUFF, Secretary. flic Farmiiton Undertaking Company k. n. ATP.C LODO P. NO. -t. I. (i. t. r ' 1 ; . M .ih evr") Cai n r.l , W.... " Lllilt t ti V H.M-e Y i-iMtii l.r.it it .. 'i s. I.A i litH.TJS, .i. it.; í i 1 r U :. i. hecretf y. lil.l.U rr r ,' f ry y 1 ft o f, Llrented KmltHmra und 9liippara to Any Part ol the World. The htrit und mm t romplefw atock ofCaken Cotftna and PuuerHl Eijulp njeuia in the buuthweat. Franli CiinliaM BARBER SHOP 444444 (ha plwe to mt wtum ju arjt liatFj, ,mft), 1 t.oiicul or miy'l lug in (ho 1 .i i hnn r i ri.1.- I LARGELY LOCAL We'll have gome fruit. Try Williams A Lair'a Silver Dollar coffee. A line line of tea juat received at Wil liams Sc Lair'e, A. J. Gilmour of Flora Viata Waa in Aztec Tuesday. Don't forget to try Williams Lair's raic water maker. Frank Quinn and wife were trading in Altec Tuesday. New goods constantly arriving at Williams & Lair's. Cull and sue the boots ar.il shoes at Williams and Lair's. A tie line uf grocei ies just received at Williams Sc Laii'e. W. II. Wrarring, Esq., made a brief trip to Durango thia week. Ladies, call and Eee the now summer gooda at W. II. Williams'. Try a few buttles of the Iron Brew a life renewing tonic kept at the Arcade. Note the advertisement of I, Lazarus, Durango 's old reliable clothier, in this issue. Mrs. Joe Prewitt and her daughter Miss Gentry, are visiting friends in Du rango, Uuy your eeods of Durango Seed House. We carry averything. O. II. Clark. J. M. Palmer, one of Farmington's attorneys, was in the hub Monday on business. Mrs. Win, Pieper and her daughter Miss Macgie, are in town from Cedar Hill today. Take your butter, eggs or poultry to Chas. Fleck at the Inter Ocean hotel in Durango. Bain farm wagons run lightest and last longer than any other make. W. C Chapman, Durango, Dr. J. A, Duff came up from Farm ingtoa Tuesday to attend to his pro tessional engagements here. The undersigned will buy a limited number of hogs. Apply at my raach at Cedar Hill. George A. Tinker, Rock Island plows, harrows, Giant rlrilis, etc. Get my prices before pur ch asing. W, C, Chapman, Durango( Money to loan on aaey terms. For further information w.ite the Aetna Building Association, Las Vegas, N,- M. See me before placing orders for naile, barb wire, wire bale ties, buggies and spring wagons, W. C. Chapman, Du racgo. Those having farm produce to dispose of, Pggs, butter, poultry, etc., will find a buver at all times by calling on Charles Fleck at the Inter Ocean hotel, Du- rango. C. M. Elliott, proprietor of the Du rango and ztec stage line, left with his family lueaday for their old homo in Kansas, whe.-e thsy will visit for several weeks. W. II, Williams wilt sell you a Dew Goodrich sewing machina for from 130 to ?'iD cash, Mrs. J. M. Dlakfj or Mrs. C. M. Hubbard will tell you all about them. The Index has a letter from C, M. TonkiDBoo, who is now camping with his cuttle near Ltt Plata City, Colo., a town which he reports will be tery lively this summer. Wm. Butler, editor of the Farming- tor. Times, was a passenger on Wedna day's stage., bound for hia old home at La Veta, Colorado, where hs will remain a few daye. Drink Iron Brew, the ideal tonic, A nonalcoholic life renewor from the re cipe of a celebrated Curlbbad pl)si ciao, a fine family tonic at the Arcade saloon Try a few bottles, The Ladies' Aid Socibty of Flora Vista is to give an ice cream social at I' T. Hickman's place at Flora Vista, Friday evening, May 23d, to which every one is cordially invited. A good time ii ase u red. W. II. Williams wilf hate fir a few days, a new lot of new shoes from" a" new Chicago house, the successors to Phelps, Dodge k Palmer. They were bought right and will be sold cbeaa tor jatth or product. HS. Groves, the versatile editor of the Hunch and Rango, who has been id the county tor a couirle of weeks gathering material fur a write-up of tha situation, left Wednesday for Denver to prepare the Sao Juan county edition for tbe presa. Mr. Hil. V. CarmacU and ííias Grace W, Gfeen were united in marriage st the Aztec hotel lust Wednesday evening May ?th, E. O. Berry, Fwrj., ofliuiating. The contracting parties are reeidenta of Bayfiald, to which place they returned Thursday. Georire A. Tibke.- whs down from Cedar Hill Wednesday and stopped in Tong enough to tatcM a that ttie cow man and the tratmlent poputution fit general had all prilled out tut the hilla for the summer, leaving Oootge and a few othProld grangnra to hold down F. N Frakea, (ho ennrt liouce con tractor, i) bimily at work making luick to bo unodjn the building. He will burn not Icon than 200,(XK) in the flint kiln, sn I more if tliey are rep. led for privi.to consumption. His brie k yard is located jupt north of town, and it m pre dicted that the brick mada will bi of the higlinnt quHÜty. A branch ul the Young People's Mocin ty of Chrifitlan Endeavor was organised at the church in Aztec lupt evening. T. P. Brewer was chosen president of the society, MIks Carrie Eblon vice president, M ies Current, secretary, Will Weieener, .treasurer. A large number were present and the society starts out with a good niimbership. Aztec Poft of the Grand Army of the Republic will observe Decoration Day of 1002 with appropriate services. The committee on .programme will hold a meeting next week to arrange a full pro gramme. The committee on speakers bus tecu red promises of addresses from Judge Tendloton, Rev. J. R, Cooper and A, C. Thomas, Esq., and in addition to those there will bo music and other in teresting features. Barney S. Harmsen, the well-known contractor, is here engaged in making brick to be used in the construction of some of the buildings which are to be erected in Aztec in the nearfuture. He has located bis jfird near the main road west of town, and will be soon turning out a superior article of brick. He has had ampie experience at this kind of work and expects b burn a Ip.rge quan tity and be readyij moot all demands, Leone Hollowood, who recently arrived from Ilico, TexBB.ljought the Ira Ful cher half section of II. II. Schmidt. Consideration 13,000, and Chas, M. Slater, aleo of Hico, Texas, purchased tho Harry Hepler halt section for $3, 000. They started Tuesday for their homes, and will return in the fall, hav ing rented their places till that time. Both ranches were on the La Plata und the sales were made through Judge Granville Peudletcn. Dr. T. J. West has disposed of bis in terests in Aztec and with his wife will leave soon for the Colorado mountains, expecting to epend the summer in Boulder and neigboring towns. The doctor's change of location was necessi tated by the condition of his health, which, never robust, has recently weak ened perceptibly under the close atten tion to his practice. Our people will re gret exceedingly the removal of hin eelf an j wife from our community, and will wish them euccees and happiness where ever they may go. Rev. II. W. Ran kin nf DeDver closed his aeries of revival lij-c tings in Aztec last Sunday with services in the after noon and evening. Eighteen members were received into the Presbyterian church Sunday, fifteen in the afternoon and three in the evening, Rav. Ran kin's labors were crowned with success, and the good results will be more noti ceable as the months go by. The resi dent pastor. RtVl. Cooper, is to be congratulated fiyf his foresight and energy in bring'cg Mr. Rankin here and arranging for meetings. Dr. L. A. Harris, who has located here and purchased the property and practice of Dr. T. J. West, is a practiti oner of long eiperienee, a very progres sive man and one who, we believe, will prove a valuable addition to the com munity. Dr. Harris comes here from Sherdan, Wyoming. He graduated from college in 1332, after which he was master surgeon of MasBaehDaets hospital for two years and associated with his father, Dr. Harris, who is a physician in Boston. Later tha young man went to California, where he practiced medi cine for two years, taking a poet grad uate course in the polyclinic of Sao Francisco. Later he graduated in the Medical college of Kansas City, Mo., but has been at Sherdan, Wyo., for the past four years, at which point he had a good practice, being superintendent of the Dietz hospital and aureeon of the fuel corporations there and also U. 8. pension examining surgeon, The doc tor is a married man. bavine a wife and two child.-on, a daughter who is married to Dr. VV. Franklin of Beatrice, Nebr., and a son nineteen years of aire, who is attending school in Wisconsin,' Mrs. Haris will arrive herd soon to join the doctor, and tbey will make Aztec their home hereafter, PorSaH Oood Um of liórH? attd new harfteBS arjoe tí6. O. 8. CAMERON Flora VUta, N. M. Notice. Fruit treoa, lowest evoi offurud In San Juan county. Ar-ple.truea in three aradua. No. 1 HS.Otper hundred; Du. 2, t'.-'..M; No. 3, t)r. on lot opw.aite Dr. West'a residence lu Aitec. Come and ieo my touk. . D. THOMAS, Notice. Having told My uroDenv uud urético to Div L. Ai Harria, I will cloe up my buaineaa at once. All parllea knowim Uiamulmi 1. debted to me will please carl and settle their accounta immediately. 1H. T. J. WEST. Attentions G. H. K; Tharo will be mmnorlal aervicea by AiteC íost No. I. Depuf tmout of N. M.. O. A. H., at Aatec, on Friday, May ;ith. Coinrartee and friend.., oome and briua your bimUuta. O. 8. BOYD, W. H. WILLIAMS, Adjutaut. Poet Commander, Notlc (o Stacknierr. rHorkouefa or other i.:,rl l,i in the runntv who ar intending driving rattle oui uf the territory, are reuueatecf to notify me at Altes in advance to dat of tetunal, that thie aUiik may be Inspected. Thu-e driving- out without lutpec'tluu are aulijet-t to pioscutiou. E. R. ISTfcvtAliT, lniei tur. ,-yV 1 1 I 1 ll'íl I. Li tlttl:.0. u ir . e. i the ,.,) Ut ner Wrn'. La CstetulJo. THE Bf.VIt Ht'ANof.H liANNt.a In rVauth, airange.l to th i,nK munlc, (ex. ant copy) at plenmileii to the I ni o tu. He Amley by tho aiil In. r, and I., ri.miHiunMUi y wunla. 25 Ceuta eiuli.ut.l I-... I Aria bl.l., Chicago. 111. - ! r M. ix i I i,gr.pli an I t I nrnctn.aa artuted oit u"it i.ii.t't, i' J Kino ,,r l, li' í l fu- Strictly in the rush For all klndanf FUflüITUnE Naw and ñeeond Mund. Mnltrcssrs, Spriniís, Wnini Covers and Teutn, Look t' Orer lipfore Yon Pnrehaas, A. B. DOUGLASS, DURANGO. COLO AZTEC BARBER SHOP W. F. GILLAA, Jr. Prop. MOTTO : Clean Towels Sharp Tirfila First-Clans Work, NEXT DOORTO GREEN'S HARNESS SHOP R, G PREWITT INSURANCE Farrrungtn - New Mexico. Ropicsontj the Lending Life and Fire Insor anre Companiea B. S. HARMSEN Brick and Stone Contractor Estimates Furnished an Application Fermín gftoft, N. Í.L A.L. RIGHEY'BRO. Wholesale and Retail Books and Stationery Periodicals, School Snppliea, Manufacturera Confectionery. All gradea of Ikn.kt oaed in New Mexico achoola kept in stock. durango, - - Colorado j j The Strater Hotel! X DDRANeO. COLOHADO. : , : I CHAS. E. STILWELL. Prcprictor. f First-class service. Special ratos to O 00 it try people, V BEST OF ALL KINDS AT LOWEST PRICES Furniture.. -AT- JOHN..., IIORELOCK'S Bnooeaaora to OEOROE TRICK FÜR NITURE CO. Durando, Colorado THE O ARCADE SALOON Aitecy New Mexico. Finest lipis and Cigars None ÉH í"lrnt ClaHB OoAda Keit lu Ptock -Kind aud Coufteoua Treatment tor all. THE AYVKÜ DRUG ÍSTOKE, C. A. V1LLMAM, DrutM, Ca lidies, IMedichies, Cigars, S 1 a t o j i c ry , To i 1 e ( m The Drwg Department YHI tie Under the Supervision of Or. T. J. Went. 0 JUU SJIASLJLSULMULXAXSLJLLSL. 8 orJo the famous $ SILKS AND DRESS GOODS ( V Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits, flcpnrate Skirts, Silk, T.'1-.nnr.l lerl Wnrl, tT7,1,:tr' 1 ,. IT...:... Miiuivi oim iv ni cii3i5, yviiut uwu., iiiiit.'íy( y; Gloves, Corsets, Underwear, Carpets and Draper- V les, Men's, Youth's and Children's Clothing . . . " 1 .1 rri r n -i Cf,,l O ! . , w í J , T . T .. Auvdiitc oijfic opiiuj; iiuuUi nuw in Rachofsky & Co, DURANG0- C0L0-y Wr1 0 p 0 0 j) j 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 l?"n John Encere Plows and . Farm Implements, The INDEX N is our traveler and representative Travelers Cost Money... We save this and give you the benefit.. Wfite for what yod ant and wc will convince you The Jackson Hardware and Implement Company, Durango, Colo. FRAI1K REVELL, CC3TÉACT0É ASD EOILEER. Intimates furniehed (or all kinds of LuiKlirigB , , . . . , Carries in Stock a Complete Line of imported Urfdt rtakcrs' Ooods Collins, Caskets, I.te; Stiup South of Llvry fctabli. Ai r.C'c N it G THE J3 ÍII0 GB f I 8 H E K AN. o '.ir k I. JI 1 THE POPÜLHR LINE TO COLORADO SFRINGS, PUEBLO, CRIPPLE CREEK, LEADVILLE, GLENVVOOD SPRINGS, ASPEN, GRAND JUNCTION, SALT LAKE CITY, OGDEN, BUTTE, HELENA,- SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGE LES, PORTLAND,- TACOMA, SEATTLE REACHES ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS AND MININO CAMPS IN COLORADO, UTAH AND NEW MEXICO. The Touiust's Favorite Route TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORTS, The Only Line Passing Through Salt Lake City En Route to the Pacific oa at.- THROUGH SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN DENVER AND CRIPPLE CREEK SALT LALE CITY. LKaDVII,LK OlilifiN HLK.'iWOOO SPRING POKI I.ANT) UKANU JUNCTION SAN I-IUNCISCO LOS ANGELES nirJTT7fl rAR"? service a la carie l-'llNHXU ON ALLTHliOUt.il CARS . T. JEfff'RI, Pfeñldent. Denver, Colorado. J, M. IIERBF.UT. Munnaef, Denver, Colorado. 8. H. BiBCOCK, Anal. Gen. Trafilo M!., bait Luke City. Llah. RUSSELL HARDING, V. P. aud Geu'l Mr., St. Loiiin, Mo. A. 8. I1UÜHE, Gen'l Traffic Mnmuier. ienver, tulorado. S. K. HOt) I'l l. (Jhu'IPji and Ticket Act. Üt-uver, t.oloiado. - 444 Í 9' ' 'ij V-s X. 1 -A You do Dot need to si retch your neck to gee f fmt wé baífí the bi;pd cios for the beet wagons ia the country. Wé have th Mitchell, We have tiié Cocfrér, Wtf have thfi Canton. VVA might call them the Three" arid wouicl not be fur uronr. We mIhd keep mi hand liuit e and CarrÍHea of all dea crlilioiiB, and if we do not bsve juft what yoii waut we Will onlttr it for you. We buy out Vehicles by the carload and we catino t be undersold io the Sum clubs of goods. I There are two different times in the yetir who you should look after the buying of wtH'"nr on" le w hi-fi yod mubt have it, and one ia v. huí ytiii hae tune to 'nok the stirrit ip!it. We do not bulictre it bi-bt to uit until you wart to hitch onio f'' v V I STUBBS C: V r i). i i t ft i t-) Si i44' \n\n wlmre. and at lena com thun Expresa or . Prkbipínt ....Vira Pbehidknt .Abmibtant Cabhikk r.i.i. h. eluireh. Any eoiiiBiuinratioti t.u thwrrb attatr OT r-liiínm ul.jc tlt almfild .! í.tretBí! Iff "I alhotio Pnel. btunao r.v ., Sum oii). t AZirC H)S1 No 1, . A. R.--Monta t ci.ti f P"' C4itiimn4'-r, Atwe. New tleiiro W. H. ll.lIAr, Pint toinman. r, (i. W. Met Ot, A'ijuiaut. .ama. Ratea 12 raiiiiitoü, Kdw Keiico. tiembtrt of tli Wonttni tunara, ülréctúr'