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IF SO, ONE TRIP via ifPt Will convince you of tho SUPERIORITY OF ITS SERVICE Through Standard I'tillma-i Suffers Throjuh Tourist Pullman Sh-i-pere Through Free Iv-clii in Chair Care Through High Hack S'ont Cohenes TO KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS, MO. Through tourist Pullman sleepers to Chicago, liosron and points EaBt. Elegant Dining cans, meals a In rarte. Cars equipped with Electric lights und fans. EVERY COMFORT. COSYEMEKCE AND LUXURY Ginseng. We ni' vt iy i-oiry to h i' thai si-vi-ral of ( or -:..tc i xihaiim s are publihing long adviTMscim nts of (inseiiK. The advertisers cl.iim that then' are large fortune to W made euliivating the plant. Tlit ie is not a pavl'de of rvi deiMv that anyone has made a cent from it except hy the sale of seed and plants to others who are going into business. We were well nc(Uaintcd with the plant at the North. It is always found in cool, shady woods. In cultivation it can only be grown in a cool climate un der shade. Il is found as far south as North Carolina and Tcnncssi e, but onlv on the mountains, and there onlv in the had( of heavy timber. We have never believed that it could be successfully raised in 1 lm-ida under inv possible conditions. However, tlusi " are not the only, nor the most serious, reasons for wishing to discourage the planting of ginseng here, or anvwhere else. There has been some ginseng raised to a sala- j ble size, but then' is no sale for it. The Chinese are the onlv buyers and they absolutely refuse to buy the cultivated roots. So far as is known to medical science, the root luis no medical value, but the Chinese huye a superstitious ide that the wild roots are u certain cure for some diseases, but the cultivated roots do not lili the bill with them, so they do not want them at any price. As the roots aro- absolutely worthless for any other purpose, there is no use m growing them. Florida Agriculturist. Mr Pi mcr Returns. !r llu'imr f. ltit vniTUOIlf SS of tll6 ! charges m ide ;nd the non-appearance of witnessi i, tit investigating com mittee of the N w Mexico liar asso ciation, of whi. h Neill B. Field of this city to rhirnuin, declined yes terday to hold a meeting in the case of J. M. Palme-, anil attorney at law, of Farmington. who is charged with unprofesskmel conduct. The charges were brought before Judge J. K. Ah Vie of Santa Fe, hy Attorney A lex Heed. Judge MeFie referred' the natter to the supreme court and t'lo sipreme court referred it to the committee of the Har asso ciation. Tliec-Mumittece waspresent ed, ,ith affidavits by those bringing the charges. Iiu: these affidavits were not considered -utlieient evidence up on which to tur anv definite action. The evidence vas too indefinite and the matt.pr war avrain referred to the supreme court. Mr. Palmer, .vho came down from Farming-ton to answer to the commit tee, loft this m irning for Santa Fe. from w hence h will continue to hi home at Farir ington. Alhiuiiierqut Citizen. Mr. Palmer r-. urned Saturday from Albihiuerque an I in speaking of the above, said he ;as willing that every nllidavit made 1'iv his accusers be i published brou least in any or all newspapers in V county and agrees not to make any co.iiment whatever, leaving the pce.le to form their own judgement. Tlf. Times-Hustler is es pecially notille.l of this. For further information call on or acidrers H, OINET, J u., 11, 15. KOOSER, Traveling Paeagr. Agt., (3' vv- ,J- 4 P' A 1700 Stout Street - Denver, Colo J. THE POFULftK LINK , ., ii. ...i.e. M..;....!.. I 'r.,.li . ;uIorauo nprinpo. rueomi in ...v. TO l.eadville, Uleuvoud Springs, Anptu, ABpen, Grand J uiiclio.i, Salt Lake City, Ogden, IUiUl, Helena, San Francisco, Lo Angelen, Portland, Tucofim ai d Soatlli REACHES aLIj THE NCIP-VNH AND MIN INH tWMPri IN COLO- Iiie Tourisr's Favoiute Route TO AIjL mocktais iuisokt. Thi. nnlv 1 !ne Passing Through Salt Lcke City EnRoute tu inc raKiic wuaai. i rPf runn nu ni nn ni in CARS Two Suits filed. Plea for itie Simple Life. "Speaking oMhe woeful waste of money, we wisll to interupt tne meet Attorney Granville Pendleton, of Az tec, San Juan county, was the plaintilT in two suits filed with the clerk of the First judicial district court for San Juan luntv today. The first is entitled Granville Pendleton, Plaintiff, vs. Ben jamin T. 15. Hyde of New York, and the Hyde Exploration, u corporation ling business under the laws of New Mexico. The suit is brought to recover the sum of $174.25 which Mr. Pendleton claims is still due him as attorney fees for services during the last three years, terminating Jan., l!M)l. He also asks interest at 0 per cent after that date. The second case is entitled (Iran vil!" Pendleton, plaintiff, vs. A. 15. McOaffey of Albuquerque, defendant. .In this cast' Mr. Pendleton sues to recover the sum of S3!)") with interest at f percent after January 1, liMli, Which sum h" states is due him as attorney fees and as coimnissioli on real estate which he aid d in selling as agent for the defendant. New Mexican. ing long enougr on an import mi to give a few figures matter that seems to have been entirely.. overlooked," say Homer Hoch. ; 'We refer to the four buttons on the i leeves of men's coats. Now, there are probably 00,01)0 men in Kansas and ,they probably have on nn average two coats apiece. That makes l.'o,iiOO coats and 400,- 001) dozevi, sleex'i buttons. The but tons cost about 'o cents n dozen, and at that rate thel ien of Kansas alom ar carrying avuind on their coat sleeves in the ! rm of buttons that have no use on -arth or in tne sivj, an invest ment, f about S0,(K)0. And tho estimate i most conservative. Fellow countryr.ni. in the name of economy, and thrift and philanthropy and bu'iinei's nei"e, and all sorts ot other things, isf hn e no way to stop this reckless e Vavagance?" You Look Yellow The trouble is, your liver's One of its products. "bile," is overflowing into your blood. You can't digest your toco, your appetite is poor, you suffer dreadfully from head ache, stomach ahe, dizzi ness, malaria, constipation, etc What you need is not a dose of salts, cathartic water or pills but a liver tonic Bedford's Black-Draught This great medicine .-uts gently on the sick liver. It purities the Meed, renews theappetite, feeds the nerves, clears the brain and cures consti pation. It is a true medicine for sick liver and kidneys, and regulates all the e'gestive functions. Try it. At all dealers In medicines In 25c packages. i i L lT. I i I ? Aztec, AZTEC BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1 C i' & Blacksmithing and Repairing Horsestipcii a Specially ;i llooi s fiein 1 1 .ill x () Vice - N, H. t a n I he Aztec Dakery MUS. K. C. Ü ALTON, KkIsII llKKAIl. PlKS l'roiirietrcsi. ( AKFH I ON- I Kei leSKln, I K ( Ki:.(M, ÍOT 1'HlNK AMI ClOAllS J I AKl'.S IVtKIlP TO OKDK.lt NIL'ILV ITHMKIlEI) KooMM 1 (ON Í NKCTION. 2 i k? !' i- S? -V S' i" ? ! AZTEC MEAT MARKET A. N. HUBBARD, Prop. Beef, Mutton. Pork, fish and Vegetables on Hand. ! iifs. A7T171 - - XT M . AZTEC NEW MEXICO BBBB1HBI110 W. T. MOORE Contractor and Builder . J. T. GREEN Brick Work a Specialty Cistern Work Done Right Mail orders given prompt pemoiiHl attention, FI.OIiA VIST A N. M. Ill the .hidiciiil for the BETWEEN DENVER AND CHIPPI'E f'HEEK f i X l! HAND JUU tu.bos ASQELg-" . DINING CARS WNi!ho&u B. T. JKFFÉRY. FrcBideut, Denver, ( oloraao. A.C. RIDdWAY, (ien. Mrt, Denver, Colorado Tfnllir Mannunr. Dcuvor I'lilnni'l' HOHl'KU, 'Ien. I', und Tlcke Al'I UenVor, ( '' h In i 8. IIÜIÜIES, Cu.u S. K Invaluable for Rheumatism 1 hnvo heou Buffering for tho past few years with a severo attnok of rheu matism and found that Ballard's Snow Liniment wbb tho only thing that gave me sat ef ae.lion and tended to alleviate my pains Vlareti ül, ir.. Jonn u. leg Lin, Kii.siiihu, HI. aolU ü Aiiecurupi lore i").-, 5üe and Ü1.00, Delegate V. tl, Andrews has made aiTansements wth vhe chief of the bureau of plant yiuWtvy to send to New Mexh'o fio- i-ci-h, seeds as follows: Macaroni wheu l .illalfn, silbar beets and katVn- eov:. for experimental purposes. Divorce Notice. Territory of Xew Mexico, ) Coiintv of Sun Juan. M.iud Shields vs. ,loe ShiehU, District Court of the Kirst District of New Mexico Coiintv of Sin Juan: Tin. smM (li-fenihint. Joe Shields, is herebv notilied that a complaint has been liled mjainst him in the district court for the count v if San Juan, terri tory aforesaid, that beinc the court m which said ease is pciulin, by said plaintiff, Maud Shields, the general ol jeet of said action beinU for the dissolu tion of the bonds of matrimony now ex isting between them, as will more fully appear bv reference to the coniplaiiit tiled in said cause. And that unless you enter your appearance in said cause on or before the Hth (lav of April, l""1'. judgment will be rendered against you in said cause by default. Address of planum s auorney is cniiniiu- ' ton, Aztec, . M. In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto set mv hand and seal of sard court at Santa' I'c New Mexico, this l!Hh day ol February, A. I'., 1 '.11)11. fsKAi.l A. M. lU-.miK.iiK, Clerk. C Dealer In cr We have everything fur the Horse and at low pri es. Shoe Repa-ring in connection CALI. AND SEE US Opera House Huildina There is no mountain cou There is one place In Porungo ii'impo. Sun Jmm piuintv nnnulu make .,. .v-.,.. i t - v - headnuarters and that is the Strater L. Nathan & uoí wnrn powis hi-u oí hotel. You ean And them there. , edred by letter r 'phone f t'"'.'n of the inter- ,1" " Weil llicivii T - v . as San Juan e.rinty, New Mexico. No seelion -!0 t l uiighly lapted to that I'md a lidy market hi this section. Duilo Pemoeut. All pvnreus rhbrireH are naid bv A AZTI'XJ The Henry Hotel HENRY, Prop. (Formerly the fiakT House) FACTS FOR HOMKEEKERS Aztec, the County Seat of San Juan County, New Mexico, Is Surrounded by an Immense Tribu j-y Country ot fertile Land and Never-Failinq Water Supply. H Everything Ciean and First-Class- -Fire-Proof Brick Building iMesS'i pet day. AZTEC Special rates to Boarders. NEW MEXICO Yon Need Help. You are Hiipposedly u liciilthyi normal man, liv ing in San Juan county, N. M. where noil, climate and abundant waterconi hine for proiitable fruit irrowiiiir - You need all the help you can get-The Index and the Wcníern Fruit Grower will give you their help one year for $2.50. H'h up to you. Your tí ftr S-boh! Borrow The Index San Juan county, New Mexico, is icated in the extreme north western portion ot New Mexico and from 2") to GO miles south of Durando, Colo, It covers 5,74'6(pjare miles or about :i,(!'.)7i 000 acres of land; Of this amoui.t 1,950,000 acres are included in ibe Navajo Indian reservation and 1,4m,- 000 ajres are subject to free citr). About 2(10,000 acres have beon taken up tud 3t'0,000 acres are uotf irrigable. I'd the east of Altec areneveral thousand ícrea of fertile land, subject to home- iead Hnd desert entry, which will in the near futuro tie ui.der irrigation and rtll tributary to A'.tec ti" the nearest railroad point. 1 he nest three )earn w mil sue Aztec a towu of ,M0 to a,UU() population. , In all tho WeBt there is no belter h.n for investnieut (ir hoüieeeeKerF, l'hn Deuver k Rio Orande railroad wan ouilt throUKh tho Animas Valley In the rin.r of 1U05 and puts the lüarket.ü ot Southwestern Colorado at the doois cf Aztec and surrounding cuuntry, topography of the Country in with ialleys and low-lying tuesa all fertile und productive of fine and vegetable!) to a Wonderful legreo. Iu going to a oísw Country there are always several things to be considered) ñeneciallv so if you c.tpect to luaUe your money by tho cultivation of the First ia the soil climate auu producing capacity all right? Second; ire your nearby markets large onougn o consume such products taut you can .imp lit n nro'.lt pricei and Is taer9 h lOPBibility that the market may become verstocked? Third) is it a lieallD) lace to live? Fourth) how in tbo place ituated as to Churches) BCUJolej pobtal xeiiiticP) etc. CMMATK, All the year around the clitrtulu is- .(.iiible -neVer getting very com in inter, and never oppressively uui in umnier, with cool nights. ThB days of unfhineaver.io 113 to 3F0 days per ear. Tho air is dry and icvigorai ng, Ml vegetation musí oi iicct-naur u.- raNpd by Irrigation. The aliuuuo is 0,400 feet. riwiuucTi'jn. Mangle wurzels tho stock beet' 20 !.. 2"i t"''i' per acre . l'otdli.i i-'-'IOO bushels pe acrii (.Vlery grows finer here thuu bise whPre ami f ilX) to ffÁíO pfr aero can be tliiiil by "no familiar With it urmvinif Kiii-I Iteetiieg, . Ca nl.. loll pK yeld bnnrnintlMy I ttmu-i .)rtntvt tttHelf falsing; give great returns; raiije over W0 crated per hito ipv w Hirinsr tier cratei r. o. u Si.2r. Watermelons grown in Georgia the suijstiine to u As good as can be have thr water and lalure them. Onione-- Cau rafiee 'd'lO 100-lb sacks per acre, with salo at 'e por pound. Cabbage 15 to ,0 tons per acre at 50c to $1 per 100 pounds. TuruipP) tomatijesi peas, cane, broom corn, tobáceo, sveet potatoes, beans, beets, rutabeghB, pumpkiiiB and B'iuasb grow to perfection. The water supp'y of tho Animas river is inoxbuustible, There can never In land enough put wilder ditch to exhaust its supply. Uuriijg the entire year of l'J04 the govorLnnmt measured the wa ter at a point where it empties into the San Juan. Thu measuring was done every two days and from tho Hguica ob tuiued, 855 cubic fi'et per second) it was eetimated that there was enough to irri gate an additional 200(000 iicicb. So fur as the white man knowe, the ri"er has never been dry, nor has it evr boon bo low that there waii not water oJough to irrigate BfcVeral til s moro land thtn íb r.uw under cultiviition, In the whole of the Animas valley in New Mexico are chfircbee, schools) 'ail- road, telegraph, telephone, postal and other conveniences Water for domes tic purposes is provided by CisternB) the tame afl in other portions of tho western slope of tho Rocky mountains The population' of the valley is American and they aro e hospltabls und generous people, Tho markets for all the products of the county aresten'ily groaliiii and the next fetV years will aee tho largo tracts of land CubJivided into tlve and tou-acro plots, each Supporting a prosperous fam ily. Inasmuch u3 the proiitable tillage of the soil in fruit raising and otherwise must be in proportion to the care and cultivation bestomoJ upon it, the small tract is rapidly coming into favor; In the rhinins canlpa and cüies ot South wentem Colorado are thouBande and thousands of hUlororfl who draw good wages and furnish the best of ltiarnots at good pricei", and they , itlutlt depend upon a lower altitude to furnish them SUpp-lleS, Vegetable, fruit, hayi honey, nniiiirv und mentí ara consumed bv theae ihnritets; an I San Juan county hHB furnished eof.ia of h altd will from how on furnisn a lafgo percentage; with Divorce Notice. Territorv of New Mexico, CountV of S;ui .lil:iii. 1011. Sch'ik vs. J..IIII M. S'iik... Ili Jl" l)i-trict Couit of the 1'irst .ludieinl District of New Mcvi'o for the County of Sun .hum: The wiid defendant, John M. Scltik, is herebv notilied Hint a compliant hn. been iiled iiguinst him in the District Court for the county of Sun .limn, ti rri tory aforesnid, that being the court in which snid cuse is )ending, by snid phiintiir, KUu Sehik. the nciieiid object of snid action being for the dissolution of the bonds of nuil riiiioliv now existing between them, ns will more Hilly appear by reference to the complaint tiled in aid cause. And mat unless you coh i your appearance in said cause on or dc- forc the iltll day ol April, r.ioo, joiik t -11 I in rendered against Voll ill said cause by default. Address of plain tiffs attorney is (raiiville IVndleton, Aztec, X. M. In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and seal of said court at Santa' l'e, New Mexico, this luth day of rel.ruary, A. 1)., lOIHi. sk.m.) A. Mi )H:uoi:iik, tlerk. Abstraéis Iusurauee Farm Loans CÜNVJÍYANOINO I'TÍKI) IlUXKKU, Almtracter. T, A. 1'lERt'K, Notary Tublic Cii.' U8 k A Cull '')Wj' m A'TI.'.C ?. KVV MP.Vli'il .':'-) pUi. AUSTIN k DUNNING BLACKSMITHING, WAGON WORK & SHOEING A ny kind of r't.,iii leg duue, Prices re.iioniilile. AZTEC, N. M. WM. NOLAN 1) AUCTIONEER Am prepared to cry all kinds of sales in Man Juan tied adjoii in;j coui.tieB. Addresn - Flora Vista, N. M TIME TnBLH. Ill IÍAM10 I MÍ5IIMHO.N lOiiM II 1). I!, 11. lti'.lil lip A rrivo 1 1 :.'!( p in Di.rango. . ; :i:l.") p in Coltnex... O ih - V.' . . Aztec F'ora Vista. ... 1 :05 p m . Komi down Depart . . K:00 a in . .. 8:10 b m . IOiOO a ni . 10:20 a m 11 :00 u ni Fariiiingtnn 1 :20 p m If it B a bilious attach take Cham berlain's Stomach and Lifer Tablets and a quick cure is certain, For sale by Aztec drug store. The Western Fruit Grower and The Index one year for $2.00. THE CITIZENS BANK OF AZTEC, N. H. Capital $i 5,000. Officers and Directors COL. W II. V II 1.1AMS, J, 1!. V 11 I.IAMS, Pre-iJcht. Vice Trocid PINKSTAFF, 1KHD ÜUNKK1Í, MrCOV, T A. P1KKCK, Cash O. , W. II. I'). ALT! A MS, nt. Secretary (,f j LOAN COMMITTEE 1'oesn R'ulnr i;kii:j,' btisinc-s. Pujs and dotiRstic c-xcliants. Leans money aril Time deposits. and sells fortii1 pays inttrtst on W. II. Williams rolls Seal of the Rockies Hour made at Loue;nioiit, and 1-Aee Fhuir made at Alamosa. KILLthe couch and CURE the LUNGS WITH my uiscovery fONSHMPTION 0UGHS mi JOLDS Price B0c&$t.00 Free Trial. I THE AZTEC DRUG STORE Prcscrtplions Filled. A large assortment of Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery, etc., etc. McRee & Taylor, Proprietors. o t i . II . 4 not e ni u 3!; II Knr,Rft und Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. f '.ihirahln rilav r ihiniiiim. Hih emid ''it, ib from 30 ti no iidM pttf tS tBim-nttm iHSiiml a short haul i cily of the pouth- rt'im all SAX JVAS IfllJTÍ DÍRÉCTOHY. CouticllmSn: Alex Read, M. Martinez. Representative: Granville Pendleton. Probate Judge Frank Mir. CommlsHlunfirS: J. R. Wlllli'.tnü, chair man: F. M. Pierce, J. V. Lujan. Clerk: L. G. Ebleh. Sheriff: B. C. Vaughan. Assessor: Richard Hi;r..lrlck8- Trensurch W. E. Williams. Surveyor: C. F. Holly. Superintendent of Schools: C. D. Smith Aztec dtp OtflciaU. Chairman Town Board: John T. Green. TrimtPfifl: H. D. Abrams. C. O. Brewer. Monroe Fields, S. O. Plnkstaft, E. C. WARING -i AZTKd LODOfc NO. a. i. o. o. f.- Mcnls every rfiitiininy niulit t IMrt FolldWs i...,, lr:..:. I...,l.. ..wmn it. i., iiiinn'íno. S. (i.: John AUSTIN, Socrotury. SVN JÜAN CHAPTKU, No. It J-Oor of tho Eastematiir raents llrst mid thihl Xliiim ,lv (ifnarb.indntli. MHS. 11 ATTIK L. LA1H SV.'M ,H'hD HbNKEH. Si-crolnry. At'i'ftt' POST NU IS, O. A. tt.-Mictii n rail i'f l'"' ,tViiiiini(iiilni. Ar.ti'C New Mi'xiPU, W. H. WlLldAMS Lust I'emlnan-(Imi-1 .lo''n Teiiljue, Adjutant. tut Jeweler W A TCI I REPAIRING A IS FECI ALT Y Burnt Leather Posln! Cards and Novelties Mexican and Indian CtirioB, Blankeln, Pur.'es, Photo FraineB, Hilvernre( Wateht'B and CloeUo, Magrum6!! and Periodicals for bain sub ecriptiona taKfcn. 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