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VILLA GROVE NOTES. News is more scarce than ghosts. At this writing Tuesday p. m snow is fallicg thick and fast Mrs. Sophia Nash and son, Wilhe, re- turned home. We learn that John Roach was taken to Saguache a few days since. The chickens have all gone on a strlke on account of the snow Mrs. Ida Laub and baby, who visited at the parental R J. Clark home during the holidays, returned to her home in Salida last Monday. Ed Smith Is uuilding a barn:~and mak- ing other improvements on his- recently purchased lot, just south of~ the old printing office. Miss Rosa Zeibig, accompanied Miss Stella O'Brien, of Saguaehe, to Salida one day last week. Both ladies will again enter school at that place. Pete Peterson was in town a few days this week. The girls all. say he is get- ting better looking every day. Mr. Clark of Bonanza spent a few days ta town lately. T. I. Atwood's smiling "phiz" is again seen on our streets. @ With the advent of cold weather Lee Eagles now cooks his ~hicken before eat- ing wifh a la snowball dressing X STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF ~OLEDO, ( LUOAS COUNT~ ~ as FRANK J. CHENEY n,akes oath tlu*t "he is |the so,nor partner oi~ the firm of F. J. CHANCY & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, aed that said firm will pay the sun* of ONE H UNDRE D DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that ,cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATAhRH CURE. FI~ANK J CHENE Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D 1886. ~ ~ A, W. OLEASON, SEAL ~ ~ (~ Notary Public, ttail's (!atarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and nmcoas surfaces of the system. Send fur testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., 'loledo, O Sold b~Druggists 75c. Hall s Family Pills arc the best. Best coffees and teas at Jones. Gee. Hazard has his crew busy cutting ice and IS Putting in a fine quality into the various ice houses in town. J.M. Lawrence has been appointed justice of the peace, to succeed Judge Underhill wbo resigned.--Miner. For Sale. About forty head of horses, broken and unbroken, weighing, from 1,000 to 1,200 pounds. Preen very reasonable and sold only for cash or bankable note. M ED WE~ER. The Independent mill shut down last Thursday on account of the pipes, carry, mg the water from Cottonwood creek freezing up. The mill will start agam as soon as this difficulty is overcome.- Eagle Cut this out and take it to the Sa i guache Pharmacy and get a free samplei of Cbamberlain's Stomach and Liver] Tablets, the best physic. They also cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness and headache. G. O. Taylor Wht$1tit~, are det~dedly flne /.(" :!' ,!i /, t, i I JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. 4rill practice in all courts. ,_- ............ H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co County Physician and Health Officer. Office in Crestone Drug Store. ,f, TRACY ~IELVIN, l~l. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Amarlcau House, San Juan ave- sue. ~lls promptly answered~day or night. Examlntng Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SH1PPEY, M. D., Villa Grove. Colo. i, CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. Ui THH AHHRICAN HI}Ugg SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS, Ms E, COLVlN, PROP, This house has recently changed hands. The new management will aim to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beds and an excellent table can be rehed upon. The 8a uaclle U0unty Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 18~2. CAPI'VAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A C-~rteral Banking Busl- nr~ss Transact~ Drafts Issuad on Prlnelpal Cities of Eu~ Safe Deposit Bo~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. .l~kAO GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Viee~Pree. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Ceehior. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDENTS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo. Colo. CLARENCE HERSEY, Assayer and hsmist, [Established 1879] Leadville, Colorado. Samples by Mail or =xprem Receive Prompt Attention. "" Woman's Worh {s Never Done.'" :.i::;~,~e constant care causes sleeplessness, loss of appet~le, ertreme ne~oousness, and that fired feeling. But a ~onderful change comes ~when Hood's Sarsaparilla is taken. It gives pure, rich blood, good appetite, steady ner,ves, LOCAL HAPPENINGS Best 5:cant cigar at Jones'. 6,0,T~lorWhlskies ~ln~ bythe weakest stomachs J. J. Keller is a new member of the 3dd Fellow lodge at this place M~ss Man~spe-n~'the-holidays with relatives at Villa Grove.-Hooper Press. Jones sells clothing and hats cheap. County Commissioner J. E Ashley was inducted into office the first of the week. Fritz Youeh returned from Denver on Monday and drove to his home at Dun- can--Hooper Press. Before buying anythm~ m the line of road wagons, carriages or buggies call on Lawrence & Williams. The Ranchmen;s--Mutual Telephone Co. held their regular annual me~ting in the place on Monday. Joe Ham is down with a bad cold and Art Creger has taken his place tem- porarily on the freight team. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. Sheriff Williams left yesterday morn- ing with John Roach wbo will be placed in Dr. Work's private sanitarium In Pueblo. Commissioner Welty was made chair- may of the now board of commissioners which organized this, week and is now presiding over their deliberations. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative BreeD Qtunine Tab- 1eta All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure, E. W. Grovo's signature is on each box. 25c. I Dr. Melwu w~ascaile-ti to the Dunn home at Biedell last Friday evening to see Mr. D. H. Dunn, who is very sick with a oomphcated hver trouble of long standmg. We are sorry to learn that the six week's child of Mr. aud Mrs. Pat O'Fal- lea of Sarc, e~ts, d~ed ou Sunday. This is the second deatl~ in this family in the past few months. When threatened by pneumoniaor any other lung trouble, prompt relief is nec- essary, as it is dangerous to delay. We Would suggest that One Minute Cough Cure be taken as soon as indications of having taken cold are noticed. It cures quickly and its early use prevents con- sumptton. Saguache Pharmacy. We are ple~~e-that Onias C. Skinner Jrl has been taken into the bus- I iness by his father and tile Montrose En- .... COUNTY i terprise is now published by the firm of SAGUACHE ABSTRACT, o C. Skinner&Son. "Cuter" Fogarty seems to have left a very cold trail. Sheriff Williams has wired a description of the man to all parts of the state and it is posstble that he may yet he apprehended. To The Public. We have moved part of our mill stock into P. M. Jones' old store buildmg east Of CRESCENT office where we will con. duct a general grain business Flours retailed at wholesale prices. The Sagu~he Mills. Revival services commenced Sunday Jan. 6th have been conducted in the Presbyterian church each night this week by Evangelists Powell and Russell. The attendance has been fairly good, the interest an increasing one. A children's meeting will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the M. E. ehnrch address- ed by Mr. Powelh Mr. Russell conducts the singing at all these meetings and is especially ~itted in tbe ministry of song. He will conduct a song service on Sat- urday night at the Presbyterian church, this will be of special interest and a large attendance is anticipated. Sore and swollen joints, sharp, shoot- lug pains, torturing muscles, no rest, no sleep. That means rheumatism. It is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamber- lain's Pain Balm has conquered ~t thous- ands of times. It will do so whenever the opportum~y is offered. Try it. One application relieves the pain. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Cathulle Church Notic~*. I will be at the plaza westof SItgnache on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each month, and at Saguaohe on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. Father Good. ~~o~'r.~. Bo.. t~. ~~ Bo~gflt %= COMPANY, Dealers In gaguache Count REIL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous gram field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. I E. E. BURLINGAME ~. , ...~ AShY .0FFICE-. CHEMICAL LABORA] OR ~tabtish~dtn Cotorado,18f~. Samples by mail or ~p~S| w~11 ~etve P~om~ and careful attention Ilald K~IIvoI nullloa a~ned, Melted end Aseeyod UUIU 11BUll|e! t~ i H OR PURCHASED. Concentration roa,_100l ,, or.r :o. ,o, ,vv,w Write for terms. l? 36-1738 Lawrence St., Denver, Colo. A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Fourth St., SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plpte line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is In charge of one who has had many years experience as au undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs fro~a the cheapest to fine metalio caskets. I have a hearse. This signature ts on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-QniMne ~able~ the remedy that ~ m ~kl Iv* @~ da~ From old age --5eve;~ year~ t:f ripening in the wood, then ~ bottled ccr~cinty. And sea'ed, and stamped witt~ thc maker's name. And warranted -- pure ~ripe mellow Every bottle t~f fi fl TAYLOR u.u.t WHISKEY Never sold in bulk. Of Druggists, Grocers, and Licet~'4 Dealers. Your Best Work cannot be done without good health, and you canit have ~Sarsaparilla is the great pure blood maker. It gives appetite, strength and vigor, and cures disease. Constipation is cured by Hood's pills. 25 cents. Adam Badders, a pioneer at Bonanza, died on Tuesday. He was about 60 years of age and came t~o Bonanza in ~~l,r.~j~ about 1880 and was one of the first loon. torn in thal~ camp. tie has been very ~oltt By poorly for several years and his death The /NAGIT,IYlIE PI[A-IeMA(/|'. was not altogether unexpec~d. He ham no family or relatives here) but his home was at Black Hawk, Penn. About a year e@e~ee~ee@~ I ago he was sent hack to Pennsylvania, i PERSONAL. ibut he culd nt stay ~way frm Cl"rado Master Willie Iden has boon sick the past week. Mrs. J. E. Mitchell is out again after quite a severe sick spell. J. W. Wills of L)ckett was in town last Saturday and Sunday. John Colvin and wife imve moved to the Colvin ranch near Moffat. James Townsend is out again after a week's confiucment to the house. George Neidhardt the Cotton Creek )ioneer was in town on Tuesday. Miss Mabel Doyle returned the first of ,he week to her school neur Alamosa. Esther Jewell we, so sick the fore part of the week as to require the doctor's care. James Slano has moved his family down from the Upper Saguach to town for school. Stephen Kenny was a county seat vis- ilor yesterday and made this office a TO CHICAGO The Reliable Route oral outlook on Short, Major and Cotton t creeks as beiog fine and that these camps are going to hum in the spring. pleasant Call. Mr. Lewis P. tiammona is sick this week, having been confined to the house sii~ce Su nday_~. Dr. -Lord of Crestone was in town a~ain Monday and Tuesday on business with the eomm isstoners. Mrs. Charles Albertsnn of Veteran was in ~;~wn the first of the week the guest of Mrs. W. W. Iden. John McDonough Jr. was down from Cochetopa the latter part of the week after a load of supplies. S. N. Scott of Pruden was in town the first of the week on business connected with ~the eommtssioner's meeting. John Angler, one of the road overseers, was in town the first of the week on business with the commissioners. Mr. Burrows the bookkeeper at the Gotthelf & Tarbell Mor. Co. was under the weather the fore part of the week. John Lawrence returned on Sunday. from Denver and came homo nearly sick with the grip, which is said to he epidemic in tim capital mty. . Mr. S. W. Hoddiug accompanied Dr. Melvin to the Dunn ranch on Tuesday. We are pleased to be at)Is to state that Mr. Dunn's condition shows a decided improvemen t. tin Cole was over from Cotton Creek the first of the week and reports the rain- ..... o ....... Mr. G. A. Bachmann of Embargo was in town ou Monday before the county commissioners on n road matter, t~e made this office a call and renewed his subscription to TaE CaESCSST for anoth- er year. Mr. L J. Colvta returned home last Thursday lrom u ~wo month's visit to his old home iu Pike county, Ill. Miss Re- mie Laundess, .f Miit~m, Ill.. ,accompa- mad him here and wilt try -the effects of the C~lorado climate on her health. She I will make her home with Mrs. Colvin. It Girdles the Globe. The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo, as the best iu the world, extends round the earth. It's the one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons, Aches, Pains and a 1 St~.iu E splices. On y m- falhble Pale cure. 25.- a box at Lord & Wilcox's, Crest(me, Colo. G. O. Taylor Whiskics~ are guaranteed pur~. Palace Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars. Chair Cars Free. ALL Owned and Operated by CAHCAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furthe reformation address J. E. PRESTON, Commercial Agent, I029 Seventeenth St.: Denver. Colorado. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure For apples by the barrel or box, go to P. M. Jones & Co. The merited reputation for curing piles, sores and skin diseases acquired by De Will's Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the making of worthless counterfeits. Be sure to get only DeWitt's Salve. Sa- guache Pharmacy. " Men, Women a~(l-Chlidre-n Should buy their shoes of Sam Feash of Moffat, and receive satisfaction, comfort and durability. He handles the Hamil- ton Brown Snoe Co?s shoes which are of the best in the market. A new and up m date assortment just received. ~i. O. Taylor Whiskms, are pure medicinal stimulenta, I I I1[ I I 1 VILLA GROVE AND SAGUAC~tE STAGE LINE. Carries mail, passengers and express. Leaves Villa Grove ........... 10:15 a.m. Arrives at Saguache .......... 1:45 p.m. Leaves Saguache ............. 2:45 p.m. Arrives at Villa Grove ........ 6:15 p.m. F. ~1[. CARLSON, Proprietor. WANTED-A(YI'IVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- actor t~ deliver and collect m Colorado for old established manufacturing wholesale house. $900 a year, su:a pay. ltoucsty more than exper- ience required. Our r~erence, acy bank in any city. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope. Manufacturers, Third Floor. ~34 Dearbon st. Chicago. 50 YEARS' MARKI DESIGNa COPYRIGHTS &C, Anyone sending a sket eh and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether at~ invention is probably patentable. Communion. tio~ stflctly confidential. Handbook on Pateat~ ~ent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munu & CO. recedes ~c~ ~tot~, without charge, in the S .llfl Nmcrican. A handsom ely tllustx~tted weekly. La~zeet eh~ culation of any scientific .lournal. Terms, I~ a year: four months, eL Sold byall newsdealer~ 3 6 f Broadwny, WNN & Co, New York Ba~meh 0~oe, ~ ~ St.. Washington. D,C. I~herlff ~te, Stats of Colorado. l County ol ~agUache. ~ as In the District court. The Board of the Church Erect- ] ion Fund of the Geceral Assem- ! bly el the Presbyterian Church 1 in the United States of America I a corPOration, [ YS Plaintiff. i Decree. The Central Presbyterian Church I ~tguacho, Colorado, and John Tnckar, Andrew Chency, ~. A. I (Jtbbs, au,t F: W. M.itee, compos- I xng ~e ~I~rl~ Ot "~'raStees Ot the I Central Presbytartan church, Sa- I gu~ohe, Colorado. , Defendants. J This cause coming on to be herd this the ltth (lay of Octgber, A. D. lb~0, upon th0 complaint of piaintii~ ann upon the proo~s of the plaintiff duty submitted irt open court, and the defendant in this eottou havtug been regularly served with proo~, a.nd havtag ~Icd.to appear and answer the plainUn's compmm~ herein ana the legal time for a,~swermg havmg exptred and the Us- fault O~ the defent~au~ hawng been duly entered according to law, an4 the court being now fal~ advised m the premx~a doth find the xssues here- ia for tim plan~tff and that said plaintiff ie enti- tied to the relief d~mmlded in the complaint, A~D IT IS THEREFOIiE ORDERED, AD- JU DL~ED A~ D DI~CItEED, That a c~,rtain bond and mortaage In salti comphunt sot out, made and ex~ut~d ou the 10~t~ day of March A. D. 1~2, by thosaid dcfendant to and in favor of the plaintiff for the sum of seven hundred dollurs and Intefest~ which said bond and mta,~gage wd recorded ou tim 1;~th day of ~ttarch A. D. 1~2 in book ~ at page ,~ o t~te records of 8aguache ooun~, ann that said bond ted mort@a/~ shall be and is hereby closed as a murtgage, and the lands and premmes therein desribed and here~ aftcr described shall bo sold and are hereby or- Cored Pc be sold bY kugene W~lhams, the sheriff ot ~,~Sueetle t;oui~Ly, In tun CoUrSt~ anti m~ner provided by law foe the ,o/o of r~al estate on ex- ecutton for the satisfaction or" this judgment and decree, that upon such sale a c0rtl~,cate ehalt is- sue in the man~er and torn, provxded by law, and unless redeemed from sherd~'s deed shail is- sUO sad the purc|~a~er at; such shortlI's sale ehai| bo let lnto immedmte and full P~s~ioII O~ ~te vremis~aosold upon tile production of ~dd dead. l'heland anti l~roullses hereby ordarod tO bd aold l~Iot number tWOlVO In h*ook number twenty-six in elm tuwu of tSaKuaoh~, of I~g~lache, Colorado, as shown by the recorded plat thar~f. C14A8 C. ~OLaROGK, Judge. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the authority ve~ted in ~cte by the fore- going Ueere~, I shall offer for sate to trio mahea and best bidder for cash the premises afort~id~ to-w~t: Lot number /weirs zu l~iock cumber Twenty-si~ in the towu of l~t~uscho, l~uaohe L',olorado, on Frtday, January 11. 1901, between the ltouls O~ 1U o'CLO~l~ ~t. m. and 4 (*'cloCk p. in. a[ t~o north trollt door of the court nouee tn tiae tows ot ~eguunbe, Colorado,. DaLed at i:~aguauhe, Colorado, this 20t.Ja d~Y of Decemner, 190v. E~ WXt,X, XAM~ ~temit oI ~gttache t;uuat, Pdvate and Ohronlo Dheaset of Men CONSULT M~a s~l~ering from evil el~ feels of Youtttf~l indteora~ [ ~ gles~, etriotm~, ~aat I ..~ woaxneu, vartc/me~e, un- ~:~ natural di~hargcs, lo~t i'~ ~ vitamin, tailing memon ! ~ ~.~ unfimese to mmt,zW, hlo~ ~~ s:~in, kidney or private dit eaacS~are Sl~ ~lt'~ eure~ $~..~2~ik DR. COOK has sp~mt a .41K~ ~ ~ca~s ot ~.i..teut emd i~ tma expera~aee m lam o~ ~pra~tt~ sma amcos ta ......... !attest Easteam laoip.itel ~x~5~x~ ~aa~, in curin~ tJal0 ctaes of dh ea~m and. will gUmjantee You a pormanen_t eur~ at moderate c~t, tic has ~t~l thousands w~ thought their eases h~pele~ All letter~privata Write for question b.ank,. (,kmsnltation fl'ee Me4te~es ~ant free tro, m ol~mrvattoa, feek/'l~alo. ,~r~l~av~.~ Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in shrengthenulg and recon- structing the exhausted digestive ot guns. It Is the lares~ d iscovereddlgest~ ant and tonic. No other l~reparation can approach it in e.qiclency. It in- stantly relieves and p~rman~utly cures Dyspepsla, Indlgesl,lon, Heartburn, Flatulence, ~) ~t' bS, ml~tC!l, Nausea, Sick Headache, Gait ralgla Crampsand all other res,llt~ o f i moor|oct di~esb'on, Prlco50c. and $1. f,,u.ge~,zecGl;talns2~itlmss mall sine: Booi~ a l, a }~),1 t d v, ne n ~: a m a I t edfres Prepered by [, C, DeWITr & co,, Ci~laOgo, Best Dining Car Service, ELEGANT EQUIPMENT. Chair Cars Free, TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY, The most soothing, healing and anti- septic application ever devised la Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It relieves at Once and cures piles, sores, eczema and skin diseases. Beware of imit~tion~ Ssguache Pharmacy. G. O. Taylor W& ialctds., hor*e$$ ~l~ ~$1~ Patrons of the Amerman House speak very favorably of its new management, The table is zood, iho beds excellent aud the attention given guests all that could be desired. (:~ A S ~JL~ O :]~L :]1: ~.. G.O "'..ylor WMskics el great value to thel~tE ELY'fl CREAM BALM is a msttl'~.mum. Apply into the nostrum, It is qnlckly a~ eect~ at Druggists or by m~!l ; samples 1~c. by mall LY BROTHEItS. 86 Warren St., New York Citlt. WANTE D--A(;TIYE M A N OF O, IOD CHAR. acter to deliver and collect in Colorado for old established manufacturing wholesale houee. $909 a year. ~re pay. Hoaeet~ more than ~t- per~enco required. Our reference, any bank in any tory. Enclose self addressed stamped en- velope. Manufacturers, Fhird Floor ~D~trbon a Chicago, I I I Ill I W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Saguacbe County Bank I STATE OF COLORADO, COUNTY OF SAGUACH]~. ~ aS. In the County Court. Mrs. Floss Brown, "~ Plaintiff, I VS. ~- SUMMONS, Johll ~,V. Brown ! De|on :la n ~. j The people of the state of Colorado to John W. Brown tile defemlant, greeting. You are hereby required to appear la an action brought agaios~, you by the above ham* ed piatutllt: in lhe couuty court of Sasuaobe county, state of t.:olorado, and answer the ~al~ plaint therein within thirty daya after the ~e~- vice hereol~ If served wlthtn the state of C~in- rado or by ptlblieaLp)u, or If.served out of tl~ state el Colorado, within fll~y da)s after t~e service hereof, txchlstve of the day olservl~ orsald notion may be regularly set for trial[ the same as tllougn such eppearauec had b~n made and issue had been Jomsd on said plaint. The said action is brought by plalntlffte oh. t~ln a decree oi d~vo~ee, dissolviug the bonchl of In~Ll'ln~t)t~y llOW eXIStil|g between plaintiff ~tnd tleie~:da.~l, on the gt'on~d of deae~tlon aD~ non snpport ~tnd also for the care and custody' of.the minor child Wlxoo Brown as will mo~ luny appe~ from eornplaiat in said aetJon to which ~efeaem:e is here made and a copy of whloh Is her,:to attached. And you ~tre iwreby notified that If yOU f~il to appear al~d to al~swer tbe said complaint e,Sl'equh'cd,*he ~tid plaintiff Wtil apply to the eotlrb Io5 ~h(~ rcli~,f Lll~,reitx demauddd. (~Ivcn ullder n~y hand and the seal of a~k[ COurt at Sagu~tche iu sa.ld county this ~ clay of October. A. D. 19~0. O. l). BRYAN, Aetlng Clerk. Adnlinistlator'e Notlne. Est~ttc of/.'iizab~ H~ tl. Myers. deceased. The nndersi/oed b;rvi~g been appointed ~l- minlstraL,)r *~l ti~,- ( st:~;e of Elizab~-tli tL M]tel~_ 1ale of the e,~ttn~y el ~;t..Alaehe aud st~ el ~|': orado, deci'a~t.!t, nel'~t]y glved notion that will aPi~ar 0e[o:'e L!~e ~.~:mnt,y c~aurtofi~t~aa~l~ county, at the ct)tu't house ~u Saguaehe -aS J anu.m'y term for pro!~at- business, on the htst Monday (bei,~g tee "~th day) of January n~xt~ at which tiwe .ll p~-rsot~s haviog clairas a~tl~t~ said cStUle arc nl)tllied ;tiltl requested to attend for the purpos,o~ h:~viug the mtmo ad~, All persofls mdebt~d to s,dd estate are reqL~l~- eU to il}:l, Ke tic 1tl,2/llat~ pP, ynleat to tba tlMtdet~ ~lgned Dated this 12~h tl,y e[ l}eeemb~r, A, D~ItI~. JAM m~ SLAN]~. admlntstrasor. At|as Contes~ Notice. Departmeut c~ the lntsriot, ],and Office, Del Notre, (3olo, t Dec. 6, 1~00. A suttiCmn~ cotLest a~davlt havmg been fll~l Is tltis otliec uy Cl~arles E. Wallace, eontest~,n~ again.st homestead entry NO. 21/~), made Mareit 5~ 1897, fur the N ]'~ ~4, section 33, township 41, 1N r,tuge7 E NM 1' ,q, by Edwltl~t P. ~t]*ter. conte@t,-e, it] which ~t is alleged hat, th~ ~td Edward P. t after never es~l)Ushed residence ~pon ,,mid land o~' caliivated or trois'eyed It h| any lna||ltel- whate~er, ttntt the said Edward P. Carter departed thls life on Or aboat Janaay~_qr l~bj:uary, 18~, that sines the deati~ of sal(t ]~l. ward P. Cartex, his heirs and legal yepresen~t. fives have failed to t~sl(te upon the sa|d 1~1~ cultivate or l|uprove it i~t any manner Wha~v~r, that the heirs !t|td legal t'ep|@.,~It~tttves O[ said Ed w~trd Y. Carter have wholly al,'tmtoaed satd lm~d and have faded tO eultlvate or ta~ pt~',, it |u any manner and t|lat ~tltt @b~do!~ merit sttil uXists, s~d parties are llet~by aelfl. ~1 to apwar, ,espond and offer evtdeace t~ueh. lug said allegatL)a at 10 o'clock, ~t.m. ca Janu- ary ~1, I~JJ, before the register and receiver aS the UldtL~L F#b.ttea ]a,td t~t~ In Dsl Norte, UOIo. ". 'lhe sahi contes~.~tnt llavlng, ta ~, proper &~. davtt, filed Dec. 6, 1900, se~, forth fa~t~ which show that after due diligence, pers,~t~M sorvles Of ttt:s notice can not he made, it is ttereby ,~. ered and directed that sUch nOtice be gtveu by -,~ due and pYopsr pubhe ~tloa 1. S~zu~,eil ~ (]~'*~- e~ttt, publisl;e~ at, ,~.~ltlutehe. 1301o. JAS. ti. BAIT~ ~W',