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VOLUME XTV AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 29 1903. NUMBEfl ir Sajn County ÜAN San Jimn county New Mexico AS OTHERS SEE IT. There is probably uu new cuuutr in the southwest or in the Rooky Moun tain region that is more prosperous at (his tiuio than San Juan County, Now Mexico, which lies just south of ana is triuutury in business to Durando, CuIj ruJo. For tbo past four or live years this particularly fruitful, productive couu try has been attracting attention in many parts of the country and many hulus'.rijcB farmers, ranchmen and fruit growers from different states in tuo union have been locating in San Juan county and as a result, the travel er sees marked improvements in every portiou of the county. Not only are the towns of Cedar Hill, Aztec, Flora Vista, Fariniimttin and Fruitlanil, along the Animas utid San Juan rivers, grow ing and prospering, hut throughout the entire county, including the upper San Ju in at Largo "nd líloomtitld, and the great Lal'lata valley on the west, in fact every poitiou of this resourceful county is being developed very rapidly by a prosperous, active and energetic people whe are all doing well, making good livings and laying up money. Property of various kinds, both ranch and farm, as well as tt wn property is advancing in prco very rapidly bceaui;o there is probably no other country in thu west whero they realize better prices for their products of various kinds than in San Juan county, New Mexico. Their closo proximity to Durango, Colo rado, which is the great distributing point for tho rich mining districts and lumbering regions of the soutlnvest'-rn part of Colorado, and the north .vestern part of New" Mexico, northeast Arizona and soul heast-irn Utah, gives them the linest home market for everything they raise, to bo found in the Uueky Moun tain region, Their lH) , grains, corn, wheat, oats, rye anil barley; their beef, pork, mutton; their vegetables, onions, potatoes, bears, cabbage, melons, unJ, iu fact, all their vegetables, together with their dairy products, bees and honey, poultry and eggs, all sell readily in tho market at higher prices and bette.- cash rates than B probably paid for these products in any other market in the United Slates, They have as rich soils as can be found in the west, and their water supply for irrigation is the most completo and, in fact is as complete as can lie so that crop failures or even iight crops are unknown,- for wheu these farmers plow, t i.p't,- r,;;i5- 'in ! i"'; ''.r' they can rely on a bountiful crop, and us their nrices are tho highest of any market and always cash, they are in bet ter condition than tho farmers or ranch men of any other region in this country The fruit crop of San Juan county has been very successful for tho past three years anil this year, l'M. tho danger lino has been passed, as never in tho history of the country, and there are orchards that have been bem ing for the past twenty years, has there been a frost to kill fruit later than the 3ih of M-iv and rarely later than tho 1st, so the dan ger line is now passed and every indica tion points to a most successful fruit crop of every kind in the history of S,m Juan county. In every portion of the county i no ticed important improvements, new land is being put into cultivation, old farms are being reuovateu and cleaned up. Mew improvements are being made, houses and barns are being erecteil and the whola country presents a scene of enterprise and activity. Especially in thu towns of Aztec and Farmington, great improvements are being made, new buildings are being constructed in botti towns of the best u.uali'y of brick and lumber, the most of the buildings being t.vo-sl'ory bricks well constructed, indicating thrift and energy backed by capital and enterprise that is bringing these towns rapidly to the front. The new telephone line which they have had for more than a year, is being extended through different parts of the valley and in tho towns of Farmington ami Aztec, services are being extended to the residence and buildings with a central otlice in each town and in the country surrounding each town, service is extended to tho leading fanners and ranchmen so they havu the modern con veniences of older settled tuwus and countries. In both Aztec and Farmington, new churches are being built and many new and pretty residences are being con structed and with the completion of railroads which will doubtless reach us in tho near future, San Juan county promises to become tho garden spot of tho great southwest. Amoug the active, energetic movers and hiistlers of Sac Juan county, Now Mexico, noue is inoro active than Granville IVfcdluton, vico president of the New Mexico Uureau of Immigration who has steadily been pushing his county to the front for the past live years, More is probably due to Judge Pendleton than any other one person in making the Animus valley famous. Much credit is due to tho Territorial Bureau of Immigration, and to Pendle ton as vice president and Honorable Max Frost, secretary of tho bureau, and editor of the Nov Mexican, in advertis ing and building up this great agri cultural district and the greatest fruit belt in the United States. Where c& tura h:is done eo much fjr a couutry ua it has done for San Juan county, New Mexico, very little advertising goes a long ways toward attracting attention and bringing people, who iu turn bring others and ao on Our sister county to. the south of ua is indeed fortúnalo in possessing all of these ricn natural re sources which in time must make it the garden Spot aud veritable orchard and vineyard of tho groat southwest.-Du-rango Herald. Southern R. R. Connections. Indications point to extensive railroad building throughout New Mexico this coming year with Sduta Fe as the cen ter. The Santa Fe Kastern, a stand ard gauge, is uow building out of Santa Fe southeast toward F,l Paso at the rate of one mile per day. Part of the stool for this line is being transferred at Ala mosa at the rate of four or K ve cars per day. Pennsylvania capitalist aro said to Le behind this enterprise and that it is their intention to ptibh on to El Paso on the south and westward to Durango and Aztec. The Chili line from Anto nito to Santa Fe will no doubt bo made a standard ga"go as soon as' tho Santa Fe Eastern is rculy for through busi ness. This will five tho Kio Grande through connection instead of depend ing on local trafile only, giving the Rio tirando territory that was originally planned by General Palmer, Governor llunt and others thirty years ago, but which was abandoned at the time of tho Leadville boom in ISTti, when the origin al pluu to tho south .vus abandoned for the west. New Mexico is growing rapidly and tr.dlicfroiu that section is sought after by all western lines. The Eastern when completed will give the Kio Grande an outlet to the south, east and west. Ex. The Girl Who Makes Friend. Do you know her? She comes into a room like a sea breeze, fresh, laughing, nodding right and bft with happy impartiality. Tho "blues" and ''doldrums" l!y out of the window as she comes in. They Biinply can't stand her sunn) presence, says an exchange. She is ready for everything, She never throws cold water on your plans. Sho claps her bands and says they are splendid, and suggests a way to make them even moro splendid, so swoetly and modestly that you think it your own suggestion, Wherever t-he goes she sees the funny side of things. And sho has such a fun ny, whole-hearted way of describing ''t : u u muí to hear her as to have been there yourself even bet ter, for she has tho humorous oyo which is a great gift. She doesn't abuse it, though. You needn't expect to bo regaled with bitter sarcasms and spiteful exaggerations. She can be clever aud funny without being unkind, or untruthful or coarse. And this is also a great gift. She is receptive and responsive. She likes everybody, not considering it her duty to suspect everyone of evil until they have expressly been prove í good She prof res to consider all tho world honest ami glad until it provi-s itself otherwise. She alfaya gets along. Sho has friends everywhere. For peoplo who have met her never forget her, and she has room in her own heart for every body. The girl who has friends who makes friends and keeps friends blesB her! It does not matter whether she is rich and good lookii.g or poor and plain. Her faculty for friendship makeB up for everything else. And there isn't any body we'd rather have around, Mr. Joseph Poininville, of Still water. Minn., after having spent over ,0(1(1 with tho bent doctors for stomach trouble, without relief, was advised by his druggist Mr. Alex. Uichuril, to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets, lie did so and is a-well man today. If troubled with indiges tion, bad taste in tho mouth lack of appetite or constipation, give these Tablets a trial, and you are certain to be moro than pleased with tli result. For sale at ó cents per box by W. C. Johnson. Where Pride Reaches its Limit. "There are a w holo lot of species am breeds of pride in this world," remarked the man with the Happy trousers, "but if there is any prouder or more puffed up proposition on ejrth than a small boy about 8 years old on a vacant lot with a cutcher's glove on his hand spitting into tho center of it orciHionly for luck, just like the honest Injun sure enough catchers show it to me! From the Washington Post. A Farmer Straightened Out. "A man living on a farm near here camo in a short tiue ago completely doubled up with rheumatism. I handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain balm and told him to use it freely und if not satisfied after using it he need not hay a cent for it," ays C. P. Kayder, of Pattens Mil'b, N. Y. "A few days later be walked into tho store as straight as a Btring and handod me a dollar saying "give me another bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm. 1 want it in the house all he time for it i red me." F.r sale bv W. C. Johnson, The Fleming Hay stacker And what your neighbors think Of it. There have been but few of the labor saving, bay-saving niuchines used in this county, but al! with whom we have talked who have used them and have Been them work, agree that the work easier, put up more hay and do the work bat tor fian any other stackor in use. Mr. Leonard ltoat, who lives o unlet north of Altec says" ztec, N. M. , May 27, 19011. The San Juan Stores Co., Gentlemea: LaBt season I purchas ed nnd used a Fleming Stacker and am well pleased with it. re gard it as a perfect haying machine and handles hay in all conditions, easily and cheaply. I used tho stacker during windy weather without any trouble. Any good stout boy, 1 or 11 years old, canhandle the rakes after the horses get used to them. Only one able-bodied man is needod in stacking, that is tho man on the stack. The company claims the stacker and rakes will save ú per cent more hay than the old way of handling. I urn satistled they will do even hotter than that hs there is pracr tically no loss in handling. Leonard Bmt, Aitec, N. M. The San Juan Stores Co, Gentlomem 1 have used the Fleming stacker and rakes and consider it the beBt haying outfit I have ever seen, I have used them in Emory County, Utah, fcr .'! seasons and would rather have one Fleming stacker with rakes than two derricks, and havo uacd both I have stacked alfalfa from the winrow and tind tho machine works equally well in damp or dry hay. No one who has hay to handlo can make a mistake iu buying a Fleming outllt, Four of us put up from dü to ,'J.j tons of hay a day with a Fleming stacker and two rakes. Jonathan (ale, Mr. Gale lives on the Joe Dulpriu ranch G miles north of Aztec. The San Juan Stores Co, at Aztec and Farmingtjn aro tho San Juan coun ty agents for these machines and will be pleased to have their representative call on you if you aru interested in tho most perfect stacker made. It is said tho World's Fair grounds at St. Louis are twice as largo as former exposition sites und that already ile um, id tor cjULO iu Bo great as to tax the capacity. A bronze statue of President McKin- ley is now being cast at John Williams' brouzo foundry N. Y., at a cost of á10,- 000, Tho statue was designed by August Lukeman and will be unveiled on Memorial Day at Adams'Mass, The California Promotion committee from 31 canneries in that stato has in formation that it will reuuire 8,000 morn peoplo to handlo tho fruit crop than is now availablo, and without immigration tho loss to the fruit growers will bo fully óü per cent. In view of tho iiuiiihur of ucciiluntf, some htal, in tbo tirst Btaun of tho l'uris-Madrid autoinobilo race from Vor- Bailies to liordeaux, Peomier Cu"itjea has forbidilen tho continuance of the conti'st on l'Voncli turritory. The Bi'c oiid Htaye of tho racu, which was to havo 'itcn cotitiinicd on Ttiesilay, included a run over French i'rniory from Uor deauy to the Spanish frouticr. Premier Combes' nctiou proljuhl)' will lead to tho races boin abandoned. The St. Louis fair nianiifjors havo ro- fiiiidi'd 6U0 to thu Xow York world's fair commissioners which they paid out on dedication day, On that day tho New Voile coiiiiiiissioiipra couldn't find the InicUs which h id been ordered for them I'lid they hired two other hacks to go to the urounda and back, and were i harnea 800 by the two hiicUinen. They objected bo lonr und loud over the robbery that the fair managers have refunded them the f'iO. Too Great a Risk. In almost every neighborhood someone has died iron an attack of colic o r cholera morbus, oftoo before medicine could.be procured or u physician sum moned. A reliable remedy for theBO diseases should He kept at band, The risk ib too great for anyone to take, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dia hoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved Ihe lives of more peoplo and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine iu use. It can ulwaya be do poiuled upon. Tor sale by W. C. John n. The Great Foe to Happiness. From I ho Pilgrim. The greatest foe to home peaco and happiness is worry. Tho habit of worry keeps us crossing bridges before we get to them. Tho evils that fret ua iiinet aro those which threaten us but have not yet arrived. Stop thinking about tho bread you aró afraid will not riso in the morning, the now drees you are sure tho dressmaker will spoil and next month's gas bill, U you will firmly re solve to worry only about the evil or special hardship that confronts you this hour or minute, und cannot be avoided, niisetv tiine times out of 100 you will aii'l there is no audi evil or hardship. Association Article Territoy uf New Mexico, O 'lice o) i lie Secretar j. t riiiiCHt. I, J. W 3iynol,ls, Secr.try of the Territory of N"W llexico. ilo Iiernliy certify there was uiru it i -mm ni mi!, uuu-i' ni v n rim-if a. I on tlm tvioiitj-MUHi day of March A. 1'. ID" Articles il lui-oi piirioion of Ftnr 'L l'muKter A-sm-mt mn. No, .CK",. ami also, tli Iileu t'-r t -cnrii in tin oilier nt v o rlnck a. ui. la hut I have coiui tircl tin- followmi; copy of the nmuo wii-i the oncleat t liereot now on tile niul declaim tr to he a erren I r.inscriit tlnirtrum ami of tie wlmle. there, a. In wile . whereof, i have IWonnto set my hand anil artlxcil my uflioiul B'ul thin second Uuy of Ms A. 1). l.mj. Seal J. W. RAYSOI.DS, Secretary uf Ni Uexicu. Articles o. Association of Klura Vita Cemetery Assu-'iath u t T Plora Vl-ita New Mexico. The uuncr-U'iied citizen of New Mexico, reoi'lenls llui,, Vi.ui. 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San Jn.m enmnj, x M. xi- Ttie iiinii' three nti t. if said UteO. assis jalieii, i e-selrt dhul This ass ,i IMiwi-r hi me lint! so le ul Yii ni', i,. A. 1. I'.mil. Signed " "I IriNI . s ,.f sai I a-sei'iiili,i .lull he ' slmll 1,.. .-1, I ni lije iisi nic. tiMi; I'l'ii i'Her the tiling Ihi-e uili.-l. l s. i-e i.ir une Mar nr until their siic ' e, rr, d a. ú iiiuhiu'il, in. ii dull he a ,,ly imlili. with .'il l,i ps 1 1 I us sin It, niiilii- t'e ii a in.-Kl-'l'ii Yisla '. incu-i v Assiieintn.li. 1 liiiniis niul stmls tins Jj ,luy el' l-'eh. C M. T.'iikhis,.,, Knl. . ii W. H. iÜn li rus S. r un. i'.,n (i. W. Snook W. Ii. l'r..i.cli I Seal I I Seal I I Seal; (Seal I (Seal, Tomtom : m:w mkxko, ( uilill) ! San .linin ss Del, .re n e iii,.,.vr,i,.,,a iiutarv i il l ii-, '.villi In niul lr il. . unte anil t,'irilrv :if',iii-,,i.l. ihU I !") "f Ft'l.ri.-.n A. I. :mi:(. i,T.,',alv iiipe.,r... C. M. .,iikiiii ' Kahiii VY, ll. ilii,, Cvriis S. ('.un. run (i. W. Slick W, K. Crenel, In' M,. .rs,.iil II V Kiiewn he t ,. ,..,,iik uhM, names are snl.-i rilied to the l,,r,'),'o , insti nnieiit ,, in iti,i and aeknew. h'ilireil that tli v ,.in,-,l. seal,,) und iii kii..v.U"k-ii the name us i ., ;,.,, ai t ami di ed fur the us.-, ami ,iiioaes tin . hi -et tefth M'Iiiii- nr i uní muí m t niul n al th.. day unit year iu till i ' llil.l .'lte lll..v.' -a l itten ' tSeal .-leneil i:,S- W II IT MU KM) iV'tary 1'nhlic My coniiiiiHH 'n expir.-e May It', lltnil. Adn inistrator's Notice. In the. in.t.er nf (lie U-tate of Mary II. Knii kerhoc ,-er deceased. The undo ineil h iviiu' lieeti ni,ointed ad min s.raior d tii.í cmiiIii of eiild dei-eitsed here liy ivcs no l i to all persona havi' u c'aiins Htralost snii Id eas.,1 to present the e on to nie for pnyu e;it. ami if such i.la ims he not pre nented fori -iiu-!il iiUin one your tr..in the diilti licrenl ihey i he hiirrijil iiy station. All person Ind."!!'!'!! tn siuJ ealato nre nutilioil In make pnvm --t ni inc. Aztec. X. M , May '.'7 unci. Pktkii KxicKi'iuincKEK. Aoniiiiistrator Homestiand Entry o. 5473. NOT'CK I OK PUBLICATION. Depi 'i-eent of Hie Ivterlor I Lntiil Oh eat Sania Fe, N. M ") Muy -J. l:H, I Notice Is li ivliy ulven that tho fellinvlnir niuneil í.'ti e li."- lihnl ledii e of his intention to make .it . . f In support nf his claim, and cierx r.i -an .i o 'ininty at Aiee, N. M., en Jutv lllli. ;.. i: Mniv J. Nntt lor thu N. Vf. N. K. ii 'c. Tp.' :il N. 1!. Id V. She DHmes ttie f"l .winei wittu-seji t" pr..ve tier centinniMiR reshleiiee upen and cultiva ti'Ui nf enld Intnl. vi7.: William M. Funk, iIium'k W. Klick. .nni0S Y. Fnlkei'i-, Juntes M. Miliwen nil nf I ednr lllll. N. M. UANITEI. K.OTKHO, erjbtrr. Pinal Settlement Notice. In the unttiir of the ltate of Kilwunl K,-l-lov ilei'uiisi'il . Not ii is In-rfhy uiven. that mi Mninlay, t hi nt Ii lav ul July A. 1). l'.l. tlml liHnfn ri-if-ul.'ir term ilny of I'ruluiti! Court iu ami for Sun Juan niuuly in llm Icrritory of Nrv Mi.- li'll. Llinirií A. Tinker. Kxurntnrof ol'lil fa tuto will niirar li fori' suirt mart mil the I llllKU tlli'll-iil Ullil lirii.si-llt HIV lililí soltlf lui'iit an Hu. li exoi ulnr mul itav the n i r ' v :i I ni suiiin aiuMvill thii apply to lit ilisi ti.tri:'-il ttsuch exui ii I r. At. whuh timo ami iai uuy yr rsoii iu ihierent may uipinr and present il ji'i'iitm tn s. une il' iriv there lie. Dated a. I A.tec, N. .11.. .Mny is. iii,,:i. üKuHiili A. Tinkki;. Kxei utor, It Mí. ii. Silver San Juan Scenic Line. Klto.M RtlXiWA Y TO TKLM'HIDK, SAW PIT, ÜPIlIlt, K1CO. POLOKKS. MANCOS, LA I'l.ATA AND DUKAMiO, Openinir u the most iuariitlreut trreiiery lie Itoclty M 'iintiihis, unci passint; tliroiik'h thf anions Gold and Silver 1'ields of San Miguel and Dolores Counties Anil tho Montezuma and StieiiandGal) Valleys The (in-Bt Atfricultnml Ki'iriou 'd - - Tho Dolores Hivor This line l ilitr- tlm loiirlst within onn riil.i OI til WOUil'TIUl HOMES OF THE CLIFF DWELLERS In coi'hiMMion with tint Dcnvor A Itio (irnudc t uirmt the iiusurpnsrtt'ii, All Rail Around tlic Circle Trip.' J. M. HERBER Mauajíc. Bay Meat & Stor- ago Co. Fresh Meats Fresh F.ggs Fresh Vegetables Fresh ranch and creamery butter. Ice nw ready 1 cent per pound del vered to any part of c ty. A FIRST CLASS MARKET. Aztec, New Mexico We wouldn't mako n "nitjrr'B" bed either. Ming lladloy, the IiuHunupolia chumbar maid who refused to make the bed Hooker Washington slept in, hiia re ¬ ceived 0,000 contributed by southern admirers. Now if she will only not io to lecturing. PROFESSIONAL E. ti.CONWT. PHYSICIAN AND SI KtiKON. S" V. S. Pension KxaimUtii; Snttfeoii i'ilU at.ewc red any hour, d.iy or ni,ht. A2te Neiv Jlexiuo )K.W. lt.M. Kill'. PHYSICIAN AND SfKtiKON. A:-T, New Me.xi, E. L. Ml" MM A. PHYStmX AMI SI KliKUN. Olli.e at Haker lintel. Azli c. New Mevlco I)h. A. ROM'.MHALi PHYSICIAN ANU Sl'Kl, HON. Knrmiiiis'l'in, New Mexico. J. Ul'FF. SCHliKON-DKNTIST, Fariniiik'toii, New Mn. A.toc. Hrst Tucsdiii' iu each inniith." Appointments iniiih- hy mail. E. S. Y1UTFHKA1' tTTOKNKY AT LAW. ....SoT.lKT 1'lill.lC Farmitiiiton. New Mexirn, (jRANYILLK P EN 1) L KTON , ATTORNEY AT LAW, ....NiiTurv Pi'in.ic Vlll practico in all Courts of the Territory. Aztec, ' New Mexicc, LEGAL NOTICES. Kutray Notice, Notit o is liproby u'ivcu thftt tlif mnlorsitíiUMl I in- tiiktMi up the ftillnwiiiií il-'crlhcii H!rnv nníinal at hur ranch n.-ur Atc( Nw México, viz. ; Oiio ltrT!i liiirsf v yniir old ItrfiU'lM ' on thf 1pm flpuhlt-r am ( ua lh left r white fn t' Hint four Whilu Iftnt . TIk nwiinr ur owners nf sulil (Icurriheii uiii mills f'tiíi'ir the kiuih1 at tlic o ml of the tu'vnn moiithi) from tlmdntn of t li' llit imllicHttin i'i niiH ni'iiri', unit'Hs rnuait'ii uy inn nwiii'riiK ovmi-ij tht'rrof, or their nccut , t.roviim ownnr- HtHpUllll pliVIliK :t 1 L H'lTHI churu"1 turifou. Al i JOB MX'JN. Findpuh April lu rjOi; Altec, S. M. PITTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER i- 4- Ví--Vtv'':';-1,V t ft .-V ... ,1 tfV -.'ieP The Only Perfect Machine Made. Tiit writ inii it in t hiiii view cf the oprr;itor nil the liiur rinijilosit ami nrriniirt'st nm I ruction, r;tpid uctinn. easy tnurh -luliipti'it to fill kml f wiirk -lii'sl lor talnilntinc ntni hi vtirt' woi k --un í vrrc-n 1 kcrlxturd rnitiv.nt tyji.' J'i'ttoit-ilMtMllllV Plnuni1. i rell I tin lifi ni uuy oihcr muchiiin fur Kioil. ehvin wurk. Miicliiin'.n iold i!i Mii(y puyuiiMiU to partit's wImm'iiu fu r f ii Ii (,'ootl iL'fdronci. SfinJ tur caialonna. mi1 o 1 n r COMPANY llus WoodStree, I The Strater Hotel: DUKANfiO ('IJLOHAI)O. : CHAS. E. STILWELL. Prcprictor. : Firat claBS Bervico. Special rates to country peoplo, The Aztec Restaurant. B. G. HILDEBRAND,, Proprietor First class mealfl, neat and tiJy romns good service, Your patronage solicited "The Red Front," next door to the Postoffice. The People's Corral and Livery Stable. Felcn & Haloway, Props. DURA N( It) (."OLOUADO THE ONLY HARDWARE STORE NO F.7HWSTRN NEW MEXICO PAINTS AND OILS Hardware JcCOY S Hanlwarr, Tinwarr?, luien mul Glass. AZTEC, KJLSUL&SULASLSUlSL a a o a D n a a B H n a W. H. Dry Goods, Groceries Boots and Shoes Hats ana Caps Hardware, Glassware Queensware, Etc. AZTEC, THE CHEAP A FULL LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fresh Groceries, Boots and Shoes n. I'nru, OKt, Kto,, Kept '"i Hnnil. Nhviijii Hliinkete In sfnok. Now Uoudi Cutntlj: llec-'iveil, A tfliareuf your initronao unlloittid. BAILEY 5 HOWE W8í Blankets and Comtor ts Our blankets are reliable, they are good blank ets at w hatever the pi ice be they of the highest grades or the most inexpensive, liven blanket is up to the high standard of excellence which governed our purchases when the great stock was selected. They aro Warm and They Mil Wear, Two points absolutely essential to the perfect blanket. All wero botignt from the mills direct. Stores i DURANGO, COLORADO. FRANK REVELL, CONTRACTOR M !t. mates (uroiebed (ur al kinds of . . . , ,. bu i Klines Carries in Stock a Complete Lin !! Cofilns, L ldcrtakers' Goods, ii'.ipoitcil Caukcl, r.tc, Shop South of Livery Stable, A.ZTKC, X. M IN DOORS RHQ SKSH and furniture BATHJEH Aj,rricultural Implements Mail Orders Solicited. NEW MEXICO jLJUUL OJLJUUU JL E WILLIAMS 5 to 2 5 s s NEW MEXICO. CASH STORE. AZTEC, New Mxico Company.