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VOLUME XIV
AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, Fl'.IDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1903.
NUMBER 3tt
- ;
First Annual
Fair.
The flrst A anual San Juan County
Fair was held at Aztec last week Oct 1.
2. 3. Great credit is due each and
every member of the association for ite
grand success. The largest crowd ever
assembled in this county, upon any ac
casioii, was on the fair grounds Friday
and Saturday.
The greatest variety, the largest in
sizs aiiü the finest flavored fruits found
anywhere in America, were to be seen in
the exhibit buildirg. The corn, wheat,
oats and other grains equal the pro
ducts of Beet ions devoted wholly to
grain. Our horses wool i be a credit to
the blue grass valleys of Kentucky,
while uo couutry can show up auy finer
cattle, bngB, atid goats than were to be
seen H Aztec last week. pick from
tl.i'b' st poultry rariiis of any country
would not surpass the chickens, tuikeyp
and ducUa that were brought to our first
fair, ' hile tho watermelons, mut-kmelmis,
squiisil. pumpkins, cuboage, tomatoes,
potatoes etc. etc. etc. were as liir;e ai d
perfect as were ever upon exliilii'.i.iii.
The tact that our fan came nnnu i..t iy
after the Fartnington and Durando fair;,
and that it was with uillieulty that
many of the earlier fruitB and
vegetables were preserved, on ac
count of frost, makes Jho fair's great
success more remarkable. The associa
tion, worked with untiring effort. nd to
shoA' their upprt".:btinn, tliu fruit grow
ers, st'.ck r;ií-'i is and ranchers brought
forth for eoibitior., the bent they hud,
which Miuded the bint of any country.
When luo visilu, o ad lm.' I over the
tioo dispiuy of j-'lli"8, presei V''n, canned
friiitt, (.:1U , oread, cakes, pies, buns,
butter, uud the nianv uthergood things
the very sight of which was enough to
drive a hungry man crazy the surprise
was that any time had been leic to make
the elegant collection of haUeuberg,
drawn work, laces, embroidery, cotton,
worsted and .-ill', quilts, crocheted bed
spreads, Sofa pillows, luind-uiadu ruys, to
s;y nothing of the paintings in oil,
water color", crayon, etc, many of which
did not bear the stamp of amateur, prov
ing that San Juan county's daughters
had been busy with head ai well ue
with hand.
Prof, Abbott wis unubta to niako his
first u6cension uo. Thursday but wen' up
at 10 o'clock Friday moraiug, mid again
at 3:30 p. in. the same day. The balloon
ben.g a new one. was christened by an
Aztec girl. MissOna Eblen was chosee,
and the christening took place just pre
vio! tn 'hn nocnnn'oA nn Frchiy ore.
ing. Prof Abbott went up about 4.0ÜÜ
feet Crst time, while in the afternoon, he
claims to have gone 7.000 fuot, Ho wa
Bo high that he appeared no laigec than
a mere speck, while the balloon which
contains 980 ynnls of cotivass looked no
larger than a b lehol basket. 13 th as-
iiDimiima ui.tl llm nuru 'liotH ilrnna were
veri pretty, . VwT ;
""""lhe first race pulled off under the
management of the San Juan County
Fair Association, was a quarter mile
dash. The eiit:i''L were Kill'e Hubuard,
Morgan's brown mare, Billy Oaviness,
CI lie's black mare and II )bbs' bay horse.
They finished in the order named, The
half-mile, free-for-all followed, but
not being satisfactory it wbb called no
race. The first race of the Becond day
was a half-mile for San Juan county
horses, in which were entered liillie
Bubbard Brown's bay, liilly Caviuess
and Hobbs' eorrel. As the hois.'s left
the wire, lirow u's Way audjiilly Cavinees
took the lead and for the lirsl 400 yards
it looked as though the race was bet ween
thosi? two, when Liillie Uubnard begun
to go forward and as they reached the
last turn were about to bunch, when a
colt attempted lo citii-s' the track and
was struck , by Billy L'aviness, which
turned colt, horse and richr heels over
head. A liie other horses ein-rged
from the wreck, Brown's bay still had the
load, with Uilliu Hubbard about tweut)
feet behind. The la'ter, however, soon
closed up the gap and came in a winner
by suveral feet. Ciuo. Griffin's horse
trotted against lime and twice around
the track in 2:21. This horse is a son of
Arropene and promm-'s 1 1 be a valuable
animal. The . tune pony race was won
by llobb'h bay p in) , while the quarter
race following was captured by the Cole
mare. The half-mile dash for San Juan
couoty horses wus won by Billy Cavi
nees, with Brown's bay second.
A matched race between Paul Arring
ton's Billy ilson and a Texas horse was
run Saturday morning, thrto hundred
yards, and looKed as though the Texas
borsewhs the swifter of two, but as they
rounded into the stretch, Billy Wilson
galloped away and easily won bv forty
feet.
The relay race called out to strings
- La Plata and Flora Vista. The La
Plata striug took the lead from the start
and kept it all the time, finishing three
or four hundred yards in the leud. They
had a striug thai. could get tnonoy any
where The' tug of-war was won by Flora
Vista against Aztec.
The ball game between two. picked
teams from Aztec and vicinity, afforded
the visitors amusement on Friday morn
ing. Only five innings were played,
with a score of 7 to G.
Tbo 100 yard foot race wes won h
Ilarve Bakor with Shay of Flora Vista
second.
Every evening, both young and old
repaired to Green's hall, where to excel
lent music and good floor, the hours
passed all too soon for the guy dancers
I and not till tho wee hours of morning,
tlid they depart for their various homes,
The Presbyterian synod of New Mex,
ico, representing the churchs of New
Mexico and Arizona met at Santa Fe
this week.
Japan has decided to send two regi.
ments of infantry to Corea This is apt
to bring the Japs and Russians together
in war at laBt.
The football season is again open. It
is a nice game and helps p.et rid of a lot
big "slobs" that otherwise would livo for
the next flfty years.
A. P. Coape, a Faloon keper and
curio dealer of Lurabertou. N. M., killed
his wifo and sister-in-law and then sui
cided, early Sunday morning.
Ex-president Cleveland denies the re
port that he is going to make a tour of
the south. He forgets that he hns been
"going south" for a long time.
DbvuI Nation, tho divorced husband
of Carrie Nation, died at Medicine
Lodge, Kas., on Friday last. Wonder if
he and Carrio will ever meet again?
The little town of St Charles, Minn.,
was almost completely wiped out by a
tornado this week. Several persons
were killed and many seriously injured.
Miss Ruth Bryan, daughter of Will
iam Jennings Bryan, and W, II. Leavitt
were married ut Fair Vie.v( Bryan's
country home, on Oct. 3. Tho affair was
very simple and informal.
After January 1, 1004, Btockmen .after
shipping to eastern markets, will have to
pay their return fare. The old custom
of the railroads of giving return trans
portal ion will bo abandoned.
The truth is hurting Jim Tillman
again. He murdered editor Gonzales
because tho latter published the truth
about him and now ho is complaining
because a New Vork paper is publishing
facts.
Frank Goetz, the oro thief, who suc
ceeded iu swiping enough ore, a littlo at
a time, from tho Gold King mill, that he
could buy a valuable ranch, was n
vtcted and sent to Canon City from Si!,
vertou, tho first of tho week.
The physician in charge of . George
Francis Train during his isolation with
a case of smallpox, is considered a pub
I i: bonefautnr because ho caused a book
lo bo burned, that Train had, written,
along with other personal effects.
Tho Irrigation Convention which
meets at Albuquerque next month is ad
vised by the Now Mexican to confine
itself to theoretical irrigation and to
leave the practical irrigation in the
t aloonB-to others, Good advice brother
Iu a spoech before the Association of
Maryland Bankers, Secretary Shaw
said: ''The prosperity of the American
people ia not measured bv the price of
stocks and bonds, but by thj output of
our farms ar.d factories and the profit
able employment cf labor."
The investigation of postal frauds con.
nines and new indictments mane.
Among the htot are G. W. Beavers, form
er'y chief of division if salaries, and G.
. Green of New York, charged with
conspiracy, and t'o indictments against
S-:ott Tower charged with taking a cum
in issirn on typewriters sold to the gov
ernment.
Assistant Secretary Armstrong of the
treasury had a conference with the
president this week, on business and
political conditions in the west, through
which section he has just made au ex
tended trip. He told the president
that the wonderful prosperity of the
country never was better exemplified
man h is j u hi now oy me business con
ditions which prevail in practically ev
ery state.
Tl. it:.. I
iiui mcKory inissourian is not in
favor of Bryan any more. It says: ' W
seo there is some talk that Bill Brvan
ain't satisfied with tho two lickings he
haB got and waits to run for president
again next year. We'll vote for iimst
any good man that is nominated, but we
can't go Bill Bryan. Not Uiíh time. We
legged for him in 1000, and voted for
him and done all wo could for him, We
bet on his election, and lost the beBt
squirrel dog in Missouri. We ain't no
blamed fool. We know when wo've had
enough. If Bill Brj an is nominated we
uro going to vote for Andy Jackson."
The drill at the nil we'l goes merrily
downward without stop or hinderance.
Everything has Ihi saín good link
that it has worn from the starting of
the new well, and constantly looking
better. Stock at 15 cents is a bargain,
und buyers are assured of making a
good investment. ' The chances are that
the drillers will run into a gusher at the
noxt 00 or 100 foot, and oil ivill rise
rapidly in value. The gas is getting
very strong and coming in plentiful
quantities. Telegraph.
Orange Phelps of Farmington died
yesterday at the home of his son in
Rockwood, at the ago of 7G yearB. Ho
wub an old settler iu San Juan county,
N. M having resided for 25 years in
Farmington, where he had a ranch. A
few weeks ago he weut to Roc'twood
with las wife to visit a son who resides
there, hoping to bonelit his health, but
gradually grew worse until death came
ycsierduy. Mr. Phelps leaves a wife
and several children to mouru bis loss,
t (n children all being married and away
from home. A casket was taken to
Ri'jkwiod today by the durango Un
dertaking company, and the interment
will bo in that town. Telegraph.
San Juan County Pair,
Premiums Awarded.
S. E. Kooctz, best display musk
melons and best stalk of corn,
II. M.Sharp best Grimes goldeu apple;
aud beBt potato.
C. S. Cameron, Urgent and best dis
play of pears.
G. E. AMen, best di splay of peacher.
and evaporated fruit.
Don era, best wheat.
M. Mc Farlaud, best plate of peaches.
J, J. Jones, bust .white Holland tur
ko)s. Mrs. J. R. Williams, best trio plymouth
rocks, aud best table beets.
Mrs. L. Current, best trio cochin
fowls
John A. Koontz, best mii-.-h cow.
L. Current, best team work horses,
best polled bull, In-st bull of any age.
Jacob T. Hobbs, largest waternelon,
and best display of watermelons.
Mrs. Jas. Scott, best ripe tomato.
Geo. Biancott, best oats,
Herman Lunge, best pumpkins.
R W. Haflin, best stalk of alfalfa.
ILL. Austin, best onioue.
Mrs, J. T. Green, best battenberg.
Mrs, T. A, Pierce, best sofa pillow,
Mrs, F. T. Hickman, best handker
chief. Mrs. J. D. Thomas, best drawn work,
Mrs. Stevo Pool, best paper Ilowers.
Miss Elsie Johnson, best dress nmlu
by girl under 11.
C. R. McCoy, best cabbage.
E. Duncan, best turnip.
John Koppy, best sugar beet.
Mrs. Villman, best rug.
Mrs. W. T. Gillan, best apron,
Mrs. G. W. Andersen, best crochet
work aud best quilt.
Mrs. E. G. Coudit, best outline work
and host Navaj i blanket.
' Mrs, W. II. Williams, best enibridcry.
Miss Gontry Prowitt, best crayon
work and beBt w ater colors.
Mrs.S. O. Piukstaff, best display oil
puinting.
Mrs. Geo. Loepor, best display of
curioB,
Mrs. II. m. Wilson, best crazy quilt.
Joe Pruwitt, best boar.
Mrs C. S. Cameron, best butter and
best bronae turkeys.
J. T. M'.Quillen, best extracted honey
Harry Hepler, best hon) in' comb.
Mrs, F. 1 Hi'.'amhn, best pickles.
Mrs. F. Frakes, Union pie.
Mrs. Fred Bunker, best white bread.
Mrs, J. A. Koontz, best display flowers,
Mrs, C. G. Brewer best grabain bread.
O, S. Hutcbins, best Ben Davis Wolfe
liiver apples and Roman Beauty apples.
S. lii, Koontz, best Missouri pippin
apples.
JaB. Goodwin, best Joannette apples,
T.,B, Ta' tershall, best Jonathan apples.
C. S. Cameron best pears,
Making Friends.
Vinonu tho personal qualities that
are of the highest val"e to any one in
any department of workhy affairs is the
ability to make friends. It is ddtlcult
to tell in what this quality consists. It
depends in part upon good temper,
cheerfulness, unsellishness, and it du
pends very much more upon an inde
scribable social nuiL'iieti'Mn that delies
analysiB,
S une persons have the quality in a
superalativo det;ree. Their winning
ways are an inheritance from the cradle,
aud they never lose thein, while, on ttie
o.her hand, some are naturally reserved,
Buny, uniuterestinc; and uninterested.
It is a i.'illicult task for tho one who
is not naturally endowed with tho abili
ty to make friends at first flight to ac
q lire this art, but it. is eminently wor h
while to attempt it, for its preBenco or
absence frequently makes all the differ
ence between Buccess or failure.
The man who wants to make friends
and don't know how, whether from
awkwardness, Bliyness or any other
reason, is to be pitied, but tho man who
deliberately practices the art of making
enemies is a fool in more ways than one.
And yol there are some persons soconsti
tuted that afte.' they had relentlessly
pursi ed their own ambitions or desires
or Hotlines regardless l the wishes or
iu'.ereBts of tilos about tiitvn, they foil
surprised, grieved that the men they had
jostled about and abused re not then r
friendB whon friends are needed.
It is in old rule that tho way to make
friends is to be friendly, and the value
of this precept is always evident.
Aud Hnother rule worth considering
is that tho time to make friends is whetr
you have no need of them, for if you
wait till necessity arises, it is useless to
expect favors from strangers or from the
eti'jmies you havo made. New Mexican.
A man giving the name of Elliott, and
s ipposed to bo inBane, tried to got to
B e the president on Sunday, and after
boing refused admission, he fought tho
guards with a knife and before they
could get biro overpowered, one guard
received an ugly cut,
FOR SALE.
I want to reduce my herd and will sell
'.ÓO he'id of Grade Angora aud Mexican
floats flt a bargain.
i C. S. Camkuon.
PROFESSIONAL
Jllt.E. G.CONl
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
tfl'. S. Pec n ú Kxnnitrliitf Suramin.'
falls tuxwei 1 .my lioi f d ly or nik-lit,
Azi.-. X, Mexico.
!)R.W.
It. Mel' i: K
PUYSIC1VN AN D SURGEON .
Att'-c, New Mexico
J)R. A. ROSt.N W1AU
PHYSIC VN AND SURGEON.
FurmiriKtoD, New Mexico
J. A.
DlTFF,
SUHll
-
ON'.PESTIST,
r'ariniiik'ton, Jfnw Mexico,
in each month,
tits resile by mail.
Aztec timt Tucat'i
AplHlIllt.'l
K. S. WHITK S.Ui,
TTl';!NEY AT LAW.
....VoTARl Pcblic
KarniiivJh. New Mexico.
Qranville pjt s.ilkton,
ATTCKNEY AT LAW,
.... Notary public
Will practice in 11 Courts of tho Territory.
4b. "ic, Now Mexico.
DIRECTORY.
DKKSHYTERIA ' CHURCH - M.irniiiB ser-
i vices un the t ist mid third Sundays .it
.Mich mntitli Ht ven o clock. Evening s"r
vices every Sun l:.v nit-lit at elirht o'clock.
Sunday K'hool at : :M . in. Prayer meettnu
in Wi'diicjiluv o.vmíiii; at 8 :XJ i. m. J. li.
( UPPER, Pastor
CAN JOAN COI MY CATHOLIC MISSION
- (Cat holic iM;.-ti tut ion sifill.) Headquarters
liro terr fnnin . "-.i t inirrli, Klunco I'. l
Ui'irtilar nervloi'H.'i.ist andsecoml Sundiiv of
mouth; mus nt a. in., sermon; Sunday
school for clilldrc'i. i:niui'iltnl''ly after nun:-.
At il p. m.. ros: r . -i ni ur i crii t mu a 1 hímcIhk.
titile history, pra r-; iminihly services held at
linherntidor, Ma tin -z. Lns Pities. Several
limes duritic yen , Atec, La Plain, Fariuinc
I. ill and Olio h'-i viitil hy the priest in
diluyo, líos prf inet, Klo Arrllia Co., N. II.
l( atliolio popula ion JVi) Is attended from
Sunlit Rosa chime. Any com in tin lent ion on
cliurch all'alrs c nliirinux subjects should be
eiilressed to 'inmola: rrii'jt, Hluiicu P.O
Ni'W Mexico."
AZTEC POST I
call of Pos
Mexico. W. H. '
ili-r II. V. McCoy.
0 tr, O. A. R. -Meets it
nlMinlinder, Aztec. Now
I I.,I A..:s, Post lommau
ituiiaiit.
S N JUAN LOlKiE. X
A. K. A A. M.- Meets
s'ond ami fourtli Ihurs
.! o s of each month at t. lie
.i liool hoiiso In Altec. Vis.
:iui! tirothren cordially in
l ited. A R. SPlUNiiKR
iLí. V : KRED BUNKER
V- 1 .v.;l1i
AZTEC LODGE NO.
2rt. I. O. O. K.
Meets every Saturday
niirht at ttm school
house. Visitinc lirntli-
;-rs we1cnle. C. T,
AUSTIN. Secretary.
BROWN, N.Ü.; JOHN
HOPE REHEKAII LODGE NO. P.'. I. O. O.K.
Regular inoets every other Tuesday
niliht at school house. Vl liiiur hro'hers ami
sisters welcome. MUS. M UU) L1ÍXKESTEY,
U. G. , MRS. AGNES I'OLTON, Secretary,
A 7.TICC HIVE NO. 3, L. O. T. M. Regular
meets second and fourtli Mondays of enfli
month nt school house in Aztec. MRS. M XT
HE L. PRE WITT, L. C. MRS. AGNES
( OLTON. Itoeonl Kuopcr.
SIN JUAN CHAPTER. U. D. der of th
En stem Star meets tirst mid third Thurs
ily of each mouth. M RS. SALL1 E SPRINGER
. M , V. C. JOHNSON. Secretary.
LEGAL NOTICES.
Ustray Notice.
Notion is hereby (liven that t lie undersigned
lia taken up tho following described est rav
autinal at licr raucU neat Aztec, New Mexico,
viz. :
One Hrnwn horse !) yearn old branded O on
tlin le'tshuuhler ami Oon tho left ear white
fu o and four whlto feet.
1 he owner or owners of said doscribeil ani
in. lis furfeit the saine at tho end of the seven
months from the Into of th" Hrst publication
oi tins notice, unless cial Jieil nv the owner
owners thereof, or their acont , proving owner-
oil and pay mi; all lecai Chariton thereou.
Mrs JOH NIXON,
Fiist put) April 10 ido Aztec, N. M.
Legal Notice.
Last Will aud Testament of John H. Austin,
d reasre
To wi-mii It may concern:
Notice is hcndiy loven that I, Jon Preivltl,
Clerk of the prooate court In anil for San Juan
County, New Mt-xii.o Torrliiiry. hnvo sot the
lit.i day ol October, lile::, as Mi" day for prov
íiik tin' last will and tietam.'iit of said John
li. Austin, deceased.
Inven under my hand ami the seal of said
court tins nth dav i f Si otemhiT. A. 1). UHM.
i.SEALl Job Phewitt, Probato Clerk.
Tojiuniento y Voluntad de Julin II. Austin,
tinado.
A xilinos Importo:
For osla se da ay to, ano yo Joe Prewitt
Escribano de la corle prueba do la Cunado do
San Jna Territorio dn Nueva Méjico, ha
nombrado Oetoluv 1 IIKW cuino il dia der
probado el teseainoiit y Ultima Voluntad do
John 11. Austin, liñudo.
Dmlo bajo mi mano y sollo di (licito October
A. 1J. l'.ntl.
SEALJ JOB Pkewitt, Probato Clerk
Gained Forty Pounds in
Days.
Thirty
for several months our youngnr
brother had been troubled with iudiges
lion, lie tried several remedies but got
no bonelit from them. We purchased
Borne of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets and he commenced taking
thorn. Inside of thirty diys he had
gained forty pounds iu tloBh. lie is now
full recovered. We have a good tradeon
the TablelB, Holly liros., Merchants
Long Branch, Mo. For sale by Hay &
Uurrent,
mm mi uiuiinoiinuaa, opium
Morphine and
other Drug Using,
theTobacco Habit
&.id Neurasthenia.
Corre.
ponilence
Strictly
THF KFFI FY
IMSTITIITF.
Conlideollll.
Dvlght, III
Fruit Boxing Our stock complete,
ñ
prices rigftt, material best.
G. II. Clark. Durango.
j The Strater Hotel;
IH'KANliO COLORADO.
CHAS. E. STILWELL. PnfTielor. :
First-class service. Special rates to
country poople.
fr
till Utlllll fJlwilU VVM
AZTEC, N. M.
CAPITA!, 8:UX000
Does a enerd liusiui ssou as lilmral principles
us are consistent witli cense, va
tive h.uikiux.
Exchange Bought and Sold
Collections Promptly Attended Id,
Jok Phbwitt. Pres. SIosnoE FlivLUS. Treas
R. It. How K. Seo.
(lilt
tit 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Of Fai'iiiiiiíA'toii. X.
M.
cniMtal, 825,000
A general banking business transac
ted, Loans made on approved security.
KxchunKO bought aud sold. Collections
a specialty.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT
OFFieEKS.
I. W. Paiiiu'ls, Pres
Amsilcn, V. Pres. and ''ashler.
A. M.
DIRECTORS.
W. Dannels A. M. Amsdcu
UeorKe K. (irltlln Tilomas L. Kiilllrely
,1 . Alleujouiiusone
- TIIIÍ
nuilter City
State Hank
OF
D0RÁNGÚ
COLO.
4PIT'.,
$30,000.00
. K. McCONNKLL, President.
LLOYD C. SHEETS, Assbtaut Casliie
lwonty-two years
llorado.
cxperienco bauklni; in
Strictly in the Push
For all kiiuirtnf
FURNITURE
.New and Sicoml Hand
Mattresses, Springs,
Wagon Covers and Tents.
Look t's Over
Hoforo You Ptirchnso.
A. B. DOUGLASS,
OUKANtiO. COLO
o
i L.RICHEYBRO
Wholeialn auil Ketail
Books and Stationery
PttrioilioHls, School Supplies, Miiuufiictiirnr
I'mifiTtionnry. AM Kratlof of HiHtkti upctl iu
Now Mexico schools kept in stock,
DURANGO, - - COLORADO
First National Bank
DURANOO, COLO.
Capital $100,000.00
Daniel. Brown .t Co , EstalillHhcJ lssil
I'irit Natiiinnl Hank, Katalilisliod
OKKICEK" and DIRECTORS,
ALFRED f.OAMI. Hroaliluut.
JOHN L. Mo.NKIL, Vico i'reniilelit,
K.P VAII.K, (Hliinr,
ARTHI'U W.AV'KKS, Afs't. Ca.hier,
CHAQL.ES HOETTC1IER.
Furnlnh FornlKii Draftx, Lnttera of Croilit,
Ti'leirraiiliioTraimfers, liuv OoM Bullion.
Internat paid on Tim Peno.itK.
l!ii"lncMi liy mail with cn.tonio'H thronirli
out aiirronielinK To in ami Oonntry III re
reive prompt ami careful attention.
No matter whore
you IjIVK '
You can keep yottr Mavintta account with thin
Rank ami It will earn 4 per cent. Interest tor
Jou; interest Is eoiupoutiiled ctiiirtorly,
Business and Personal Accounts Solicited
Write for our (loH'rlptivc p unphlet. Safety
Rexr-a for rent. Cnphal tl.'i.imü.
Colorado State Bank
DURANOO, COLORADO
L'lIK
Níin.iiíin Margin
K)
B. W. FREEMAN PRKaiDENT
W.C. CHAPMAN Vkk I'hkhipkut
I-. U. RUIN HOLD AaaiaTANT Cabiiikb
AZTEC L1VKUV STABLE.
JARVIS & HART, Prop'rs.
Best Turnouts in San
Tlio Durango, Aztec
and Farmiiiirton
Boadonahlo Kutei
tho Uulii.
Easy ridintf staeB. toakini; the trip through to Durunoo from Aztec or
Farniinfton n one day. The patronage f the travelinp; public solicitbd
Packauos to be sent by oxpress shouhl
THE AZTEC HOTEL o
CHAS H. BAKER Proprietor
Yba. patronage of.the public is solicteil.
ask a trial.
The Brick Hotel
You can Save Money
V W Ar éWimv wmmmm. M
ORY GOODS... I
BOOTS AND SHOES f
NOTIONS ETC. I
Mi
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OF.
J.iyr DAMHATT
CHEAP CASH STORE.
A FULL LINE OF GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
Fresh Groceries, Boots and Shoes
BAILEUHOWE
AZTEC, New Mexico.
IJUMiKaiH- .... 1WW1B
BEST ROUTE EAST
VIA
Double daily
Denver
OiiiiitMiln Sprinijs
I'tietili)
Cuuiieuliug ut Oriiiid Uniiiu Station, St, Louis, for all points
EAST, NOR I'll mid SOUTH.
Solid voBtibulod trains currying elegant Pullman eloepinm cars of lateet do
siijn, ami rejIinitiK cliair uara (Heats free). Obnervitioti panlor cafu diuinp; chis
tmoals a la carte), rinlng cuts anil sleepers equipped with electric lights and
i ;ii)8.
For further information sen your nearest ticket agent or writo
ELLIS FAUN'SVVÜUTU, II. B, KOOSEPv,
Traveling PusHgr. Agt., o. W. F. & P, A.,
Denver, Colorado.
THE ONLY HARDWARE
NORTHWESTERN NEW
PAINTSBIVD OILS
Hardware
McCOY &
Hardware, Tinware,
Buggies and Glass.
AZTEC, -
,iLO.JLOJUUUiajLJUJlOJl )
Juan County.
C. SI. ELLIOTT
Proprietor.
Stage Line.
be loft at tho iiostofflce iu Aztec.
It is our aim to please. We
Hztec, New Mexico
By Buyng Vour
VIA
service leaving
..MX a. m.
. JH:0:t p. tu.
. 4:110 p. m.
."):()t) p. in.
7:0,"; p, in.
tít'JO p. m.
STORE
MEXICO
IN
DOORS AND SflSH
and furniture
BATHJEN
Agricultural Implements oi
Mail Orders Solicited. c
- NEW MEXICO '

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