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to you ftwl weak, tired, despondent have frequent headaches contal tongue, Htu-r or luJ tii-Tl? iu n-.vruirii. "h-.irt- rn." if K-ii : utf of gas, ui-iú rümijjs iu urual alter eating, stomach gnaw-or burn, foul breath, dluj spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms? If yoTNtv any considerable number of thKaboe5yjjtoms you are suffering fromXillouinTWpld liver with Indl- ltlonNtWTpepsm Pr, T'jc c's OnMei 1 aiwiif i n icoverv Is m:iV m el the w tffjn ble medicinal nrinrln i rsk nmv n fpxilcal aicai r j . . : . - 1 cjpnee for the permanent cure idU''P. It Is a efficient liver Inviiorator. atomach tonic. bowel regulator and nerve strengthener. The "Golden Medical Discovery Is nut ft patent medicine or nxret nostrum, a full lli-t of its Ingredients being printed on Its bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. A glance at iu formula will show that :t to tains no alcohol, or harmful hab".- mi': ; rui?8. 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Duf- IHQ. . r and receive frtt booklet giving extracts from wrltlnirsof all the above mrijl Cal sutliora and many othersendornlng. Ir. the Strongest is!llo terms. eadi ami .v.rr In (Tun'Unt of wliloh "Golden Medleal . iieov- ry " Is componed. ' Dr. Pierre's Pleaaant Pelleui nuUU and Inr'jrorstA Ktomscli. llrir anil NiwaIh. Thy jpsj rm ua In rnr'ti'i Hon with "(lolflen Hecllcsl U'wererv " If o.jwel aru murli con tijjtd. Tb ip Mm- and swar-coated. Local and Personal. Applo hox ptter we carry It. More diphtheria in rt portcil in Aztec. Apple box paper at The Index office. Col. Welsh was in from the San Juan Tuesday. Nostor Martin", was over from La Plata Monday. Arthur Sever was a district court witness in Aztec Monday. j.A . Hipplor and family wero over from llloomlii'ld Wednesday. K.'ad the new ad of the Aztec Hard wave & Luinlier Co. In this ÍH-ue. y A. C. Fritz, wife and baby are here vi.iltinjj Jerry Thomas a .d family. y Iferrafler The Index ollice will be located over the new Thomas building. Manager Vorhees was up from Farniington Monday on telephone bunine-ts. U Aitee's iinprovementH are marked and tlio t;wn is wearing an air of raijia!iiiiíoi-, Put your apples on the market in marketable shape and get your box paper at The Index office. Rev. P. H. Davlea and wife depart ed for Pueblo last week where they will make their future home. Rev. J. A. Lewis will preatih in the court house next K.ibbath morning and evening. All are Invl'.ed. Bob Pro witt's family left Tuesday for Albuquerque. B'--b will leave in about a month for that city. O. Snyder was a Durando visitor the first of the week. Ho has order ed some line fixtures for his saloon. Before buying inspect our stock of paints inri oils. LU'RAN(H) I'l.YNINU MlI.I. & Lbli. Co. Apples are quoted at 70c per box. The crop trees íian are red with the largest Juan county has seen in ave boon seen in the narty expects to Tie- deer season i i .M. 'I auk Hate.-. ;ind A ivh Met 'o are n Shipr.elt .v.Tiiing for the n'eni nifjiil. ''y Willow- aN returned after court 'hi'y i oe. The m.my li-iend ot Mr. M. F. I'ilield vsul be glad to know that she has gained 6 pounds the past summer and is feeling much better. V'W. M. Danburg, candidate on the Democratic ticket for constitutional delegate, was greeting his friends in this city yesterday. L. J. Gower was up from Farming ton last Friday attending to county seat business. He is one of the sub stantial ranchers and orchardists of this county. Eudoro Cordova left Monday for the eastern part of his district on sheep inspecting business. The sheep at Blanco were dipped under Mr. Cordova'B direction. L. A. Schamp arrived from Canon City Tuesday to look over the im provement in our town and county since his visit last sprint:. He whs agreeably surprised.. J. W. Reagnn is reported to have gone through Aztee Wednesday on his way to Farmington. This may have a significant bearing on the rail road question in this county. The district court this term cost about Í1.0OO, leaving f 100 in tlio court fund. It was said that hereafter the court would meet in November, as the citizens are so busy with crops in October that jury duty is a great bur den on them. L. A. Schamp brought W. Goff Black's huge dog from Canon City this week. The dog is mastiff and Rnssian blood-hound and a big good natured fellow only IS months old. Ha la a treat uct with Mr. Black's vbildren and guards them carefully, Bv'MRf . JAS. TAYLOR iA, V. (haves has his new house well under construction. Everybody is busy putting up the third cutting of alfalfa. Henry Woods put a gang to work Monday morning picking and boxing apples. kMrs. Belle Whitney started on a trip eat last Wednesday to be gone a month. JThere will be a social given at tho Taylor home Friday night Nov. 2d. Proceeds to go toward building the school house. Everybody invited. . The social given at the Bates homo last Friday waa a success in every way there being about 50 present and the sum of $8 was realized. These socials will be given every two weeks all winter and notice will be publish ed each time. They will be held at the neighbors' homes until the school building is finished. On election day the ladles of Cedar Hill will serve dinner at the school houne near where the election will be held. Dinner üerved 25o. Proceeds will go to the school building. Every one come and stay for dinner and bring your wife. Those desiring to stay for the counting of the ballots can get supper also. J 0 McColluras horse became fright ened and started to run with him up near the long grade last Sunday while coming to Sunday School and ran down to the DeRomer etore and there run into a wagon and was thrown out. Mrs. E. T. Israel and two children were in the wagon with him. No one was hurt but the harneas waa broken in a number of places and the horses received a few scratches. Wash Graves won first prize Friday night in placing the misplaced letters into words, there being 16. He cor rected them first and James Taylor succeedod after a long struggle to cor rect -I of them ; he got 3 prizes also and In the second contest W. Graves, Frank McDaniels, Miss Cora Blaksley and Mrs. Jackson tied and had to draw straws to see who got the prem ium. Frankle McDanlols first; James Flack second. District Court. The 1900 term of tho district court ended last Wednesday. A large doekct awaited the court's attention which was mostly cleared up. The grand jury , was drawn as fol lows, upon the summons served by Sheriff Vaughan: E A Depew, J II Hampton, Luis Torres, C D Green, Leonardo Jaqtiez, L Hampton, F W Townsend, J II Bunco, Fernandez Gonzali s, R Ripley, Francisco Pach- P Gavin. W L Paddack and E A De pew were excused for cause. The potit Jurors were 28 iu number. It appearing to the court that the panels of grand and petit jurors were incomplete the judge drew from the box a sufficient number of names to make the panels complete. The fol lowing wore named as grand jurors: Joe Prewitt, D Longstreet, Frank Hoff, Sherman Waggoner, J W Farm er Jr, C L Carter, B II Milleson, Morg Gilbert, Jas Pierce, A J Davis, H A Bay. Joe Prewitt was appoint ed foreman by order of the court. The largo number of civil cases on the docket makes individual mention impossible. Among tho moro prom inent may bo mentioned: The cases of the Greeks destroying the Rio Grande track near Flora Vista went by default and their bonds were forfoited. The grand Jury, Joe Prewitt, fore man, presented 13 indictments. O A Keysor, larceny from dwelling, This was tho caBe where J R Williams residence was broken into. The de fendant was found guilty and fined $-r0 and costs. Upon payment of f25 and costs Keysor was dismissed. D & R G R R Co vs Luther Wolfe, condemnation case, verdict was ren dered for Wolfe, 432.50 and interest $32.29. Motion - for new trial ws made. Two indictments were found against Frank Kounig, larceny and embezzle ment. "No bills" were found in these cases: F M Harrison, C W Cameron, Chas Turner, C and K Manerun and J II Bunco. George Salmon was found not guil ty as charged, disfiguring bull. Order allowing change In diversion of ditches was made in case of La Plata Indian Ditch Co vs Hillside Ir rigation Ditch Co. J A Duff was appointed guardian of Thos S Duff and Percival A Duff. Mary J Markey was appointed guardian of Lucilo Markley. Mary A Kinsley guardian of John L)., t V., L Lf and 15 H Sullivan, was allowed to sell certain real CBtate. Rheudia L Smith was granted divorce from Jas II Smith and allow. ed custody of minor children. Indictments were found against Chas Wright, Joe Adair, larceny: Ed Dodson and Frank Hotnesley, cheat ing and defrauding. "No bills" were found as follows Jose Herrera, Granville Pendleton, G D Sutton, Arthur Scott, Wm Adair, John Henderson, J 0 McEwen, Thos Tattershall. Indictments were found against Sam Wright and W J Jordan selling liquor to minors. Joe Turner and Jesse Walling, driv ing cattle from range. Hyde Exploring Expedition vs Ja T Fay resulted in Fay being awarded o6.70. J U Hampton vs J U Williams ver diet waa given Hampton for Í167.38 "No bills'' folindi Granville Pen dleton, Clay Brett and Clarence Looking For Supplies? Well, Here They Are: BERRY CRATES, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM AND ALL KINDS OF FBl'IT BOXES AND NAILS . ALSO PEACH, PEAR AND APrLK BOX PAPER AT Association Building Durango AT ASSOCIATION PRICK San Joan County Fruit ft Produce Growers Ass'n cceoccccosooococoooeoo Pepin, John Coyn. Sam Ridinger vs M O Snyder, ver dict was given for Bidinger in sum of 140. C F Holly vg Independent Ditch Co, Holly allowed $133,20 and JlJ1.11 in terest. Cases against Jordan & Wright were dismissed upon their taking out liquor license. Case of Harry Schiffer va Joo Pre witt, verdict for Schiffer rendered for $4,805.67. Cases of Granville Pendleton v W J Prickett and C S Cameron vs W J Prickett are of special interest to the people of Aztec, Judge McFie took this case from the Jury and suggested that a bill in equity be filed by Mr. Priekett's attorneys, as under the ac tion for replevin it appeared in a civil action that Pendleton had a right to possession of goats. This was done and a restraining order granted against Pendloton and Cameron un til Oct. 31, 1908, when Prickett may appear at Santa Fe and show cause why such order shall not be continu ed. Prickett must file $2,000 bonds to Indemnify Pendleton and Cameron for any damages they may sustain by reason of such restraining order. The Coolldge Ditch case will come up before a referee Nov. 15th. Read, Ellis, Whitehead and Higgins will be attorneys for the Territory, Pendleton and Palmer representing the Ditch Co. Full report of this e&so will be made later. It involves $6,000 in ttsi -ta-Siit-Jtisiieositty; Hippler vs WelBh, verdict for Hip- pier in sum of 20 for damages to fence broken by Welch's cattle. F M Pierce vs S A Coolidge, Judg ment rendered for Pieroe. O S Evans vs F M Pieroe, judgment for Evans. J B Garrish vs D J Craig continued. Thos Cash vs Ed Lewis, verdiot for Cash. Abo Howo and J M Palmer vs J T Fay, judgment for Fay. Howe and Palmer vs Fay, dismissed. A L Nathan & Co va E Y McAlpine, adgment for Nathan. T 0 Graden vs Estate of Scott Mor ris. Proceedings rested because no qualified administrator present to act n premises. Goats for Sale. My heard of 600 goate, about half Angora and the balance white picked stock. Fourteeu registered Angoras and their increase for this year eligible to registry, 37-4. pply to F. T. Amiot, Blanco, N. M. Ularry McWilliams reports a crop of 1500 boxes of apples from the Blancett ranch. IV Married, at the bride's home at La r- ' Plata, Sunday afternoon, Oct. 14th, William F. Gleckler and Miss Belle MayLarick. The groom is the pop ular clerk at the Paddack Mercantile Co. store at Pendleton. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mrs. J. R. Hartley of La Plata. These young people are held in high esteem and their future seems one of special promise. The officiating clergyman was Rev. M. F. Fifield of Aztec. Aztec's hotel accommodations did not suit some of the distinguished guests the past week. It is rumored that the county seat will be moved to Farmington by next court time by the legislature to secure the excellent services at the Grand hotel for the blase interpreter and clerk. Aztec feels awful bad but can only hope for the best. There will be a Democratic meet ine at the Aztec court house on next Monday night, Oct. 22, addressed by Hon. H. B. Ferguson, former dele gate to congress. The speaking scheduled for tonight at Aztec will be postponed to Monday night. Change is also made in the Farmington date from Oct. 26 to Tuesday, Oct. 23. Dr. M. D. Gibbs and family have removed to Farmington where they will make their home. Dr. Gibbs for several months has been a resident of Aztec and by strict attention to busi ness won the confidence of our best citizens. The Index regrets to see him leave the future metropolis of this county but is glad that he gbes to the next best town, Farmington His medical skill Is the result of years of practice, A doctor's prosperity is said to depend on the misfortune of others, but if you get sick you want the best doctor you can get. We pre . diet success to Dr. Gibbs. C-:ii You Use Moneys If you wish to renew a loan at lower tato of Interest? If you wish to .prove up on good land! If vou wi.h to improve your home or farm! If you wish to pay up old indebtedness! We May Be Able to Help Yea We loan money in large or email amounts on improved Juan county property. Prompt attentiivi Liberal Terms li Tic frank Eldrálge lay. Co. Ddranqo, Colo. FREE AUCTION! Tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 20, there will be a free auction at Aztee from 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. Those having any thing to sell will please bring same in early. Will Noland will be auction eer. These sales will be held under the charge of Aztec businessmen and will probably occur every two weeks. If you have nothing to sell you may see something you want to buy. Remember the date, Saturday, and tbe hours, 11 to 3. Í FLORA VI8TA. G. B. Jones has returned from Sil verton to his ranch near this place. Mrs. R. W. Heflin. and Mrs. John Luther expect two sisters out from Creede to spend the winter. A. Sever and aons of Flora Vista will have about 1500 boxes of good winter apples this year. Buben Heflin is figuring on handl ing the apple crop around Flora Vista this fall and in connection with his brother will start in the general mer chandise business. iMr. and Mrs. Henry from Creede, Colo., father and mother of Mrs. R. W. Heflin and Mrs. John Luther ar rived last Thursday at Flora Vista for a visit. Miss Carrie Liilie, daughter of Mrs. John Burns and sister of Mrs. Arthur Sever, came from Winona, Minn., to make her home at Flora Vista with her parents. Miss Lillie was separat ed from her mother and sister sixteen years ago in Minnesota and it was only a year ago fiat Mrs. Burns or Mrs. Sever could got track of her. Miss Lillie - was adopted by people who took ' her when she was four years of age and his received a fine education. Tho Reunion between mrjiftmaririuTirrgfrtJ- o.srhap. py and touching. Instruniei fs'Fiied. War deeds R Rurubaugh tr to Mary Blacklock: ( M Woods and wf Depew and wf to e and wf to John man and wf to F to Mamie Fay, E R A Hood; C N Ha DMotts; T R Bon Koenlg and H C Di con; Lamn Beck and wftoCFNicl íolson II L Dun- ning and wf to A H Dunning; A II H L Dunning. Dunning and wf to Trust deeds Mb! mie Fay to A M Anisden ; C F NichJ lson and wf to A M Amsdeu, Release deeds 0 E McOonnell to J M Palmer and wf. Q C Deed J P Atteberry and wf to E II Foster. ; Not irial bond John S Rodgers et al. Notice of lis pendens J J Ivie, adm to Jeso P Walling et al. Chattel Mtges W O May and Mary C Boyce to T A Pierce; I W Enke to 1 ,. XTi. T) 1 . '! . . T Tl If . 1 . xnu iiui jjuuü. x uriiiiiiigbuu , i a tiyue Jr to Local Security Co. Cer Nomination-j-0 A Spless, chair man. Receivers final ro:elpt--Larkin Beck Notice of Possession O II Conder, Miss Rubv M. Hrvan came down from Durango Satlirday last to make a visit to her honiestead under the Eden ditch. She has a fine piece of land and is a fine li ttle lady herself y The candy social of the Presbyter ian Aid society on Mrs. Waring's lawn last Saturday was a thorough success as long rs it lasted. The ladies ran out of netted about f 7. bandy too soon but C. W. FisherdicW of La Plata, sent a sheaf of oats toll he Index collection that tops the btmij h, both in quality and size. Mr. Fisllordick raised some nne gram this ye' iar byieason of in telligent applicaticj n and hard work W. A. Anderson and family, and daughter Mrs. Rutherford, H. Nunn and family, in all numbering nine, ar rived in Aztec Wednesday from Tex as to make their homes here. They will be welcomed By our good citizens, Miss Irene Spykcr was the recepi ent of a visit one by the following evening last week company of young people i Misses Ciirrle and OnaEb len, Mary and Ini 2 Slavens, Marylu 8. R. Coon, David Hartman, Messrs Martin, Glenn Rainsower, Vane Wil Hams and Jim Pierce. A most de lightful evening; was enjoyed. Miss Spyker is visiting her mother, Mrs jerry momas. AThe old Baker property now oc cupied by tbe Aztee hotel, Miss Hilma Skrifvars, proprietrass, has been sold to Lewis Allinger for Í2.000. Mr, Alllnger it is said will take possession b.. Nov. 10th. Th3 building will be used in connection with the Animas hotel run by O. W. Stone. An addi tlon to make a 20-room hotel building is contemplated by Mr. Allln)r and Mr. Griswold. fv I 3 For Sale, Lost, Found, 5c per line. ( Fresh Jersey cow for sale. Apply to W. E. Williams, Aztee. Ground bone, the egg producer, for sale at A M Hubbard's market. WANTED -Leghorn pullets or hens. Inquire at this office at once. 3Sw2 W. II. Williams will sell 60 foot front by 270 deep on the Bunker lane; price $325.00. .Stock for Pasture. Horses and cattle pastured for Í 1 per month. Water and fence in pasture and all stock carefully watch ed. Will call for and deliver. Leave word at Carter & Lair's Livery stable. Aztec. 34-3 Wm. C. May. WANT TO TRADE-Hay and grain for horse will deliver if wanted. J. W. Hale, La Plata, N. M. LOST In Aztec, a Gold Broocb, opal setting. Finder will kindly re turn same to this office. LOST A black and white spotted dog in Aztec on Republican conven tion day. Dog is quite large, part hound. Finder notify Index office. Sheep Strayed. Strayed from a bunch, a flock of about 600 sheep. Anyone finding same will kindly notify Ramon Jaquez and they will be liberally rewarded. Ramon Jaqiez, Blanco, N. M. WANTED: Men in each state to travel, tack signs and distribute sam ples and circulars of our goods. Salary f 30.00 per mo. $3.00 per day for expenses, Saunders Co., Dept. S., 48 50 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago. CONING EVENTS. Second number on Lyceum course, Thos. McClary, "Mission of Mirth" at Aztec Presbyterian church, Nov. 1. For the Stomach Heart and Kidneys Df. Shoop's Restorative Is a Canse Cure not a Symptom Core. It la common mistake to take Htlflclal diges ters for stomach trouble or heart sWmulunu for weak heart or so-called kidney remedión tor diseased kidneys. These organs do not act separ ately or ot their own accord they have no con trol oyer themnclves uiid not once to 800 times U the sickness the fault ot the organ. It is tha fault ol the nerves which control tbe organ and only through these A nerves can stomach. kldnaylor heart di Bhoop. of Hacine. arlylnhistnedioal ' these Inside nerves nerves thatCy oolf waa It pos-' t orders be cured. Dr. Wisconsin, learned experience that were the Dower "through them digestion, hoart Bibletocuroln. Ing, Insomnia, burn, belch- baokaebe. heart weak Bright' dis- nesscs. and ease and all other affections of tho kid- hers. For all ot j these alimenta are not separata wwv- sicknesses una re not to be treatedN as such. Thevars merely symptoms of Inside nerve weak- Dsss. and when tbe nerves are restored the symptoms and tbe sickness disappear. Tbe remedy which Dr. Snoop prescribed for these ailing nerves Is known as Dr. Shoop's Kestorauve. it relieves the pain and distress of kidney, stomach and heart troubles quicker even than those medicines designed simply to give temporary relief. Dr. Shoop's Restorative can dow be had of druggists evcrywoara. lor saia and raoommendsd by AZTEC DRUG CO. Coal for Sale. There will be plenty of coal for sale at the Prewitt mine on and after Sept. 25. Orders for delivery may be left at Carter & Lair's Livery Stable Aztec. 31-3 W. C. May, Lessee. Lumber For Sale. I have for sale 60,000 feet of good one and two inch lumber. This is a good grade of cull suitable for out buildings, fences, etc. Price 810.00 per thousand F. O. B. my mill. Also a few thousand foet of 6 foot and 8 foot boards, No. 1 common at 88.00 per thousand and slabs at 82.00 per load. Ed. M. Brown, 38w4 Duranco, Colo, E. J. Wilson, general agent of the Armour Packing Co., and J. R. Ab sher, of the Knight-Locke Piano Co., were down from Durango Tuesday. They both drive a thriving trade down this way. Odd numbers and sizes in Shoes regardless of price. MacLeod I Townsend. Edwards Appointed. . Governor Hagerman has appointed Attorney A. M. Edwards of Farming- ton as member of the bureau of im migration vice Granville Pendleton. The appointment meota with univer sal approval In this county. Mr. Ed wards will fulfill the duties of his office without fear or favor. E. H. Foster was an Aztec visitor Saturday from his ranch above town. His fruit, vegetable and grain crops were good this year. His ranch is in the red soil that is acknowledged the beBt in this country. .-Postmistress Waring has pla ed iiew combination lock boxes in tho postofllce to the gratification of her many patrons. The boxes are tlio latest made and are opened on tho principle ot a combination safe. Fred ohl brought a manglewurzel into The Index last week that is a big one, weighing 47 pounds. Vr. Kohl also has as fine potatoes as any shown here this fall. He has a fine piece of land just above town that will grow almost anything. Mrs. Waring has had new sidewalk placed around tho postotlicp corner on both sides and tho council has Marshal Noble energetically at work putting in cross-walks and culverts and building drainage ditches all over town. Aztec is coming ahead. fw W M K M -YV J.IKa-lllKWy THE BIG STORE Fall and Winter Styles 1906 and 1907 We call your attention to the only -"Strictly High Grade" lines of.Men'B Ready-to-Put-on Tailored Clothing shown hi Durango, not the cheap junk shop ir dry goods kinds but the BEST makes eyer ahowu WATHAW riTONE D1HANGO CO 009O0O00O00C000CL0OG00OO3 The Hotel o o o o o o o G. W, STONE, Prop. Sr-KCIAL ATTENTION TO TRANSIENTS Aztec, New Mexico dOOOOOOQO0OQQOQ1 Aztec Hoi c THE MISS HILMA SKRIFVARS, Proprietress. " Only Fire Proof Brick Hotel Building in Aztec Cool and CleanThe Best Service at Moderate Price Special Rates to Boarders I The National Nurseries Q OF LAWRENCE, KAN. G O 33,000 The largest and best lot ever watch them grow! Either Order early. Oct. 1st, 1906, will O O W. E. PYNE, Agt. FARMINGTON1. N. M. 5 $22 The Fred Mueller 5 14 13-IV Larimer F. B. Townsend V'Bitor tliia week. was a Durango Mrs. C. N. West came up from Farmington Tuesday for a short visit. II. Conder ranch Tuesday county seat. was down from his on business at the Frank Hoff, nominated by tho Re publican convention for assessor, made the race two years ago and this year will land tho prize for which ho has set out. Frank's friends in this county aro ready to stand by him. lW. E. Lonfesty, a resident of Aztec and a member of the D & R G survey corps which did work in this county recently, has returned. The survey ors will run some levels over the dis puted right of way of the Rio Grande and A & 0. Rev. and Mrs G. Lee Phelps and family departed Tuesday for Okla homa, the altitude here not agreeing with Mrs. Phelps. Aztec regrets to see these good people leave and wish es them health and happiness wher ever they may go. The Aztec Bap tist church is again without a pastor. Rev. Mr. Phelps was an orator of ability and a consistent christian in all walks of life. A. M. Hubbard has his new meat market building next to the Odd Fel low block, almost completed, Mr, Hubbard will at once install a fine new refrigerator similar to the one burned and give Aztec a meat market better oven than his other one. Al's many friends will rejoi e to soe him get ahead. Men's and Boys' CLOTHING o o o Ánimas HATES REASONABLE o o o o o o o Trees delsvered in this county this Spring. Have you seen them? brought into tho county. Just spring or fall delivery. Place your close all fall orders H H K o C. O. D, You take no chance when buying n har ness from us; every pet warranted to be tis enresdited. Ini double team harness complete with rollars and brcrchinns. Con cord stylo, 2-inch truces,-fur $22.00. Sold everywhere for SL'7.00. Send for our free cat alogue of saddles and harness. Lowest prices in the U. S. 1 H II Saddle & Harness Co. 1 St., Denver. Colo. iinig'it Locke Piano Co. J. R. Absher, general agent fortius section of tho reliable Knight Locke Piano Co., of Denver, was down from Durango Tuesday look ng up business for Lis firm. "The Knight Locke Piano Co. is one of tho oldest in the west," said Mr. Absher, "and handlo tho finest grades of pianos, piano players and organs. The Mason & Hamlin, Conover, Cable and Kings bury instruments aro amo.ig thos carried by our house and we guaran tee satisfaction on them all. I th nk you have a line town at Aztec and the valley beats anything I ever saw, with its fruit, grain and large wator supply. I Bhall make frequent visits to Azte : and its irood neoulo. Mv house appreciates the large share of piano business it is now receiving from here and I can refer prospectivo piano buyers to any of our customers in this county. My headquarters are at Durango." It would be well for property own ors, who are desirous of improving their homes, to keep in touch with The Frank Eldrodge Inv. Co. ads. We are advised that on land with good water rights, this company will loan money at very reasonable rates of Interest. In the championship bniel a 1 series between the winners of the National and American league teams in Olilca go the series was won by the Americans.