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i i iiin -i [ [~ [ltiil1i -- JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Will practice in all courts. Colo. H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Store. .1 TISACY MELVIN, 2tl. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite American Itouse, 8an Juan ave- sue. Calls promptly answered, day or night. V;xaminlng Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O, P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa Grove. Colo. CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. THE AMHRIGAN HOHS SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS, M, E, COLVIN, PROP, This house has recently changed bands The new management will aim to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beds and an excellent table can be relied upon. Tho Saguache uounty Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguaehe County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 18P2, CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe.. Safe Deposit Boxcq for Rent. OFFICER8 AND DIRECJ?OR8. 18AAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOFOLD ~IAYER, Vice-Pres. CEARLE8 TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CO RRESPONDEN PS. Kountze Bros., New York City, First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo, Colo. CLARENCEHERSEY, A sayor anti Citomist, [Established 1879] Leadville, - Colorado. 8~ples by Mail or Wxpr0ss Receive Prompt Att0nti0n. t u SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COHPAHY, Dealers In Saguache Oounty REAL 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. E. E. BURLINGAME & C~., CHEMICAL ASSAY OFFICE,,. LA.O., o.v ]~stabllshcdin ~olorado,1866. Samples by mailer express will receive prompt and careful attention hid & llvar Dulllan Refined, Melted end Ass~d ~|M WMIIWOI ~uluunn ON PURCHAIIED. ~OflO|fl~l|lOfl T,tt,.lOOlhs or ear Xesd lot,. . vv,g Write for terms, 1736-1738 Lawrence St., Denver, Cole, A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of ~ERTAKONG GOODS. This department is In charge of one who has had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic caskets. I have a hearse, "A Gentle Wind of' V/estern Birth'" ~el[s rio sweeter story to huma~tit.y f~ the announcement that the healfh-g~, and hcMfh-bringer, Hood's SamapaHlLW fells of the birth of an era of good heMtfu R is the one reliable specific for/he cure of all blond, stomach and [hver troubles. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Best fresh meats at Jones & Co. Jud Keyes was down from Bonanza the fore part of the week. P. M. Jones pays 0ash for hides and pelts.. Commissioner Frank Brown went tel Denver last week on business. Valentines, sentimental and comic, from one cent to thirty.five cents at the CRESCENT 0 ~l] Cal. Equal toany 10 cent cigar, but Sold for 5 cents. Banker's Bond cigar. The Saguache Pharmacy. Before buying anything In the line of road wagons, carriages or buggies call on Lawrence & Williams. T. M. Kelley and wife of Veteran trans- acted business at Hooper the latter part of the week. Hooper Press. There will be a dance at Dunn's hall on Friday night, Jan. 25, 1901. All are invited to attend. By order Com. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. O pposite the postoffice. Chapman & Wharton, according to the Crestone Eagle, have been given thecon. tract for grading the railroad from Mof- fat to Crestone. There will be representatives of 42 dif- ferent tribes of Iudains in the Indian Congress at the Pan-American exposi- tion at Buffalo next summer. Henry Kagl has had assays running as high as 22 per cent copper, on: a group of claims he owns two miles thin side of Orient. The rich streak is from 1~ to 22 inches wide at a depth of ten feet.-- Crestone Eagle. Moved. Lon Brewer has moved his livery bus- iness from the Luengon barn on 4th street to the Elkhorn barn on Denver ave.--recently purchased by him. Hia undertaking stock has also been moved to the building just west of the barn. Friday Evendug, Feb. 1. 1901 at 8. O.H.S. SOCIAL. Under the management of the girls of the County High School. Music ...................... High School Quartette Recitation ............................ Pearl Doyle instrumental Music ............. ThaisgMcMullin Recitation ......................... Elmer Daviacn Guitar Solo .......................... Emma Nehls Vocal Solo ....................... Blaoche O'NeiL Recitation ...................... Hilda Fairbaaks Vocal Duet ...... Sarah Fullerton and Anna Ham Recitation ......................... Samuel Forbes Vocal Soh) .... Davis Recitation .... i~ ~i i~ii i~ ~ ~ :~SaraAlilcuellerton Music ..................... High School Qurtette RleFRESHMENT PROGRAM. SOlO ................................. Sale of Boxes Duet Ice Cream and Cake ................... - .......... Thais MeMullln aud,~faee Pepn!rf Duet Candy and Popcorn ............ . ......... .............. Sarah Fullerton and Anna Ham Quartette. Coffee Proceeds to ba apphed on piano. Everybody invited. Literary program free. HIGH ScaooL GIRLS. Blown To Atoms. The old idea that tho body sometime~ needs a poworful, drastic, purgative pill has been exploded; for Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless, gently stimulate liver and bowels to ex- pel poisonous mattsr, cleanse the system and absolutely cure Constipation and Sick Headache. Only 25c at Lord & Wilcox'a, Crestoue, Colo. Cattle Shipments. On Sunday from Moffat station 300 head of cattle were shipped to Kansas City. They belonged to Clark Bros., James Slano and Jack Stephens, and were accompanied by Messrs. Slaue, Stephens, Zach Glark and J. I. Palmer. Gotthelf & Noland will ship from Mof- fat tomorrow 200 head--10 car loads of cattle to the Kansas City market. Public Sale of Land. I will offer for sale at Saguache, in front of the post office, on Sat- urday, the 2nd day of Feb~ary, A. D. 1901, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following lands, the property of the late Sam~I AsMey, to-wit: 153 acres adjoining the town of Saguache on the southeast, known as the Ikac~n Ashley place. 280 acres, lying between the Horace Means ranch and the ranch known as the Cattle Company's , Terms--Cash in hand. W. T. ASHLEY, Administrator, (:~ .,L all rJ~ 0 :IR. "r .ak, ""---' /- ACE Last Sundaywss like a summer day. ,,.,," i. i Rolla 5:leana spent a few da)a in Bo- '" Vo~ ,-:~.~)>~.t i,,!.~,,, t~v,,, ,~tur,.'. Ne nanza this week. fol.iCtg[i!!)~oc,.~. ,:viil ri[wt, :-o ,v(tt .... so naturally, as time. Scvcu ye,ql.~ oI ripen- Sorry to note that Grandma Allen is ing in barrels in every scaled bottle of quits poorly in hsalth again.] fi fl TAYLOR Mrs. Marquis White is slowly im-] proving, u.u.n WHISKEY Amongthose on the sick list a few Never sold tn bulk. days this week were: Mrs. H. White and Ot Druggists, Grocers, and Licensed Denies. Mr. Rolls Means. ~-~" ~I~ml-~" ,,a~. ~ __ Grandma Vermeulen passed her 79th birthday in excellent health,, last McOa;.[ ~: ' ~'~//'~- ~ day, January 21..~ .. "" " ' Nola .By Born:~January 22, 1901, to Mrs. Char-'1 The SA G UA CHE P.HAR M.,4 C Y. lie'Oberholtzor, a son. Mother and cbitd~@f'. : ' '~ : .~ doing well. ::~ ]o-~.' Died:--In Villa Grove, Colo., Jam 21; | ! a901, at ~ o'clock, p. m. of pneumoma,] PERSONAL. Francis Leo, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.] Gill, aged ~ months. The parents have the sympathy of all in this their sad af- Jesse R. Morgan is gradually lmprov- fliction. X ing. STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, LUOAS COUNTY ~ SS FEANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he is |the seqior partner of the firm of F. J. (!HENEY & CO., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRE i) DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 8rh day of December, A. D. 1886. t f A w (~) , Notary Pubhc Hall's ('alarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly ou the blood and mueous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., 2oledo, 0. Sold byDruggists, 75c. Hall's FamilY; Pills are the best. The Sick. The wife of Dr. Lockett ts quite ill at present--although improving. *** Mrs. H. M. Bryan was compelled to dismiss her school m the l~awrenco dis- trier for the week on account of an, at- tack of grip. %* Mrs. Keeeey has been quits sick dur- ing the past week, but when her "hus- band was taken ill she arose from a ask bed to attend him. It is to be hop~l that the excitement incident to hiadeath will not cause a relapse. Many of the grip sufferers are now get- ting the upper hand of the disease. Cut this out and take it to the Sa guache Pharmacy and get a free sample of Chamberlain'a Stomtmh and Liver Tablets. the heat physic. They alsocure disorders of the stomach, biliousness and headaohe. . . Apples by the barrel cheap at P. M. Jones. 8ig~zoBs.n the ~~ BOU~I~ O. O. gPa1o~ Whtsktee, are dee~dedly flne T_his signature is on every box of the genui-~ Laxative Breton.Quinine ~,blat. '. the rsmedy that em~es a cold In one dls~' WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company of mold finan- cial reputation, $~ salary par 5ear, payable wee -ldy. $3 per day absolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, bonafide, definite salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday anc~ expense money advanced each week, 8TANDARD~ HOUSE, 8At DzAa~ox ST CHICAOO., TO CHICAGO The Reliable Route Palace and Chair ALL Owned and Operated by CIHCAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furthe information addres~ J. E. PRESTON, Commercial Agent, 1029 Seventeenth St. Denver. Colorado. u II I I II i dol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It, artificially digests the food and aids N'ature In StreUg(,hellmg and recon- structing the exhatistcd digestive ot gans. It lsthe latestdiscovereddigeste aut and tonic. No ottler pl~epara~ion can approach it in e~licieltcy. It in- stantly relieves a nd perma nently cures DysP~Imla, Indigesl,h,tL, Heartburn, F|amlence, Sour 8~omach, :Nausea, Sick Headache, Cast x,algi~,~ Cramps and all other restt I i ~ t) r i m perfect d lgest)on. P~iOO~00, and $1, f,a rye s ize cf.=~atns 2;4 times slnallstlm, Book al, a~rI~dv~pen~ a u)ail~lfl'~ Pr0pero4 I~ t, , OoWOTr a ~o., C~ltOp, Mrs. P. M. Jones has been on the sick list the pa~t week. Mr. S.W. ttodding attended,the Duun funeral at Del Norte oa Tuesday. John Smith and D. S, Jones, two Vet- eras stockmen, were in town the first of the week. John W. Davidson was a visitor to the capital last week, returning the first of this week. George Robertson, Sr. was in town yes- terday, the first time in a couple of months- having had a long sick spell. We understand that Argo Taylor and Eph Mitcheh are both in Denver this week--seeing how the legislature is run. Gee. D. Nickel, of Del Norte, largely interested in mining at Creeds and also in Biedell camp, was in town for a few hours yesterday on business. The revival meetings at the Baptist church are being well attended. Two members were received into the church on last Sunday. The meetings will con- tinne tbrough the week. M(. Isaac Gott~elf and Adolph Mayer left y~tsrday afternoon for Denver. Mr. Maye~ has b.een in Saguache for the past six years ai~cl Will remain in Denver for the present,.~t~t..il he decides on a busi- ness ventu re, , It Girdles the Globe. Salve, The fame of Bucklen's Arnica as tim best in.the world, extends round the earth. It's the one perfect healer of Cuts, Cbrns, Burns, Brutses, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons, Aches, Pains aud all Skin Eruptions. 0uly lu- fallible Pile cure. 25c a box at Lord & Wilcox's, Crestone, Colo. Jones has a few fine overeoata left to give away almost. How are yottr nerves? If you are easily "flustrated," can't sleep and feel nnrafreshswl m the mornintt, your nerves are weak, Hood's Sarsaparilla tnakes ths nerves strong by making the blood rich and pure. Sick headache is cured by Hood's pills 25 cents. D. H. DHnn Dead. On Saturday, January 19,'1901, at him residence at Crystal Hill, Saguaohe oounty, Colorado, D. Herbert Dunn from diseRse of toe liver. Mr. Dunn was 5~ years of age and a native of England. He came to Colorado and to Saguache county in the spring of 1870, and embarked in the cattle busi- ness in company with Prior and Carson. He was public spirited and was a mem- ber of the original town company which laid out the town of Saguacho in 1878. He built and still owns the Dunn Block in this place, and owns a large amount of valuable realty in other portions of the state as well as a large estate in England. The disease which capsed his death was of long ~tanding and although everything which wealth, medical skill and loving atiendance could suggest was done he passed peac(,fully over the range. He leaves a wife and three children--two sons and one davghtcr--to mourn his death. The burial was made at Del No'Fte on Tuesday. Sore and swollen joints, sharp, shoot- lug pains, torturin~ muscles, no rest) no sleep. That means rheumatism. It is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamber- lain's Pain Balm has conquered it thous- ands of times. It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered. Try it. One application relieves the pain. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Built for 10 %et~ts.-Sold for 5 cents. Baa)~er's ~ Bead cigar. The Saguaohe Pharmacy. Orauges, )croons) banaaas and apples at Jones' W. M. Brashear of Center went to Sa- lids Thursday to meet his wife and chil- dren who were returning from an ex- tended enst~ rn visit.--Hoopor Press. The merited reputation for curing piles, sores and skin diseases acquired by De Will's Witch Hazel Salvo, has led to the making of worthless .counterfeits. 13o sure to get only DeWitt's Salve. Sa- guache Pharmacy. 1M[el|, Wolnen and Children Should buy their shoes of Sam Feast, of Moffat, and receive satisfaotion, comfort and durability. He haudles the Hamil- ton Brown Shoe Co.'s shoes which are of the best in the market. A now and up to date assortment just received. State of Colorado, SS Saguache County. In the District Court, in the 12th Judieial District In and for said COlmty. i DIED [n the matter ot the a O.ludlcatlon of priori- ties of right to the use or water in water dts. trict Number 26. In Saguache, Colorado, Tuesday night, Wherein John F. Stow and George W. Stow, January 22, 190I, George W. keeaey, co-partnei'sdolng buslnessaaStow Brolhe.r~ from intussesceptioa of the bowels, clahn water through the enlargenlent of the Blli Stow ditch and the ~tow Brothers dltcll, Mr. Keesey was a native of Pennsylva- ann so tar as the same are concerned Red the priorities awarded the said ditches, DUmbers nia and came to Colorado about 13 years 77a, 82~ and 93a. This day this c~nse coming on to be heard ago, locating on a ranch near Saguache. belorc Hen. Jesse G. Northcutt, sitting am and He soon after established himself in the for tile judge or tile 'l'welftll Judicial distrtet of the s~ate oi Colorado, at his ellambers in the carpenter line i a this place and has been town el Alamosa, eoum,y of Cone, los and st~ta of Colorado, uoou the sworn application aud engaged in the business up to the time ,statement of Horace B. Means, George W. of his death. Ou Monday evening Mr. Means, William T. Ashley, John Holcolnb, D. C. Travls, Robert Montelth and Alva 8ean- Keeeay was around town and feeling ae well as usual. Shortly after returning .homo he began to complain and all ef- "f0rts of his physician to remove the dif- }iod[ty were unavailing. Mr. Keesey was quite promment iu the Masonio lodge at this 'P/ace--having been its " --~Worthy Master )or several terms--and thd funeral today will be under the o, harge of the lodge. Deceased was about 45 years of age and leaves only a Wife surviving him. ~. O. Taylor Vv~isk~es, ate pure me~lolnsl stlmulant~ Pepsin pt'~ parations often fail to relieve ] indigestion because they cau digest only albuminous foods. There is one preps-I ~'tion that d~gests all classes of foods, ] land that is Kodol Dyspepsia 'Cure. It ] ~cures the ~st caee~ of iudigeetion and gives instant relief, for it digests what you eat. Saguache Pharmacy. To The Public. -We have moved part of our mill stock into l~(]~L Jones' old store building east Of OR~ africa where we will con- duct a gd~eral grain business. The Saeuache Mills. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pur~ ~a Teacher's Meqtlng Superintendent Palmer has called a mectin~ of the teachers of thecounty for Friday and Saturday, February 1 and 2, at tha county high school at Sa~uac~o. The purpose of the meeting is to diaouu the question of '*Gradmg." The pro- gram ia aa follows: PROGRAM. Friday, 1:80 o'elook~ p. m. Music. The relation of the school board to the tmb- jeet of grading ........... Dr. J. Treey Melvin Diacut~inn lead by Mrs. Laura Slote aad W. ...................................... ~. Tomlln This greatest difficulties in the way of estab- lishing a thoroughly graded system ...... ............................... W. E. Huffmma Diecoesion lead by C, M. Herren and Lillian ....................................... Boberta Friday" evening, 7"~0 o'clock. Entertamment and reeeptron at the county high school bHildina. Saturday. 9 o:eloek a. m. Music. Gradin~ and the County High School ........ . ........................... Prof, J. B. Morgan Discussion led by Emily Garreteen and W. ................................... E. WMttea Sugge~tiun for grading ........................ .......... Prin. J. W. Beery and Della Dua~ ----v--. ~aturday, 1:30 o'clock p. m. Disou~sion and adoption of e plan, rules and regulations. This meeting is of the greatest impor- tance and every teacher 18 urged to be present. Drop a postal card to Supt. Palmer and tell him you are coming. TOo most soothing, healing and ant/- ~_~ptic application devised is De over Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It relieves at once and cures piles, ~oree, eczema and skin diseases. Beware of imitations Saguacho Pharmacy O. O. Tallies IFhiaktes, honest tn p#r~d Patrons of the American Houas speak very favorably of its new management. The table is good, the beds excellent and the attention given guests all that could be desired. CASTOR IA ]~or Infants and Ohildrea. The Kind You Have Always Do l Bears the Signature of G.0 Taylor Whiskies of great "raluo to the slca WANTED--ACtIVE MAN OF GOOD CHA]g- actor to deliver and collect in Colorado for old established manufaetarin8 wholeeals houR. $900 a year, sure pay. Honeety more than ex- perle.nee required. Our reference, any bank ia any Cl~y. Eneloee self addre~,ed stemped en* velope, ~anufa0turers, Fhird Floor, ~i D~rboza st. Chi~. W. F. BOYD, Notm'y Public. Saguache County Bank. drett,{olltebtanls ill the above Clltltled pro- sis||n lllllSlllP |lillt ll|Jtlllllllllll ceedlngs, wlierein they ask for an appeal in V|L~ lUlI~[UV~ ANU llAUUAUHII, the above e ntitled proceedlug from the decree of the district court ot the county of Saguache | STA~E |nli~ to the sul)reme court st the state of Colorado, | " , &S~l~s and against John F. ~tow and ~eorge W. [ __ Stow; CO-Fartners doing bUsUleSS under the i nrT name of Stow B~ott]m:s, as^ apl?.C!le~_}n ICarries mail, pa~engers and expreu. SO l;tr aa salu Lleero~ l'elaLu~ tO bile ~1 tl~rgAJ/ncul~ i of the Bill Stow ditt..h and Stow Brothers| dlieh, with prJorilles z.nmbered 77a, 82a and | ~- ........ r. 93a and the judge b0ing fully advised In the [-t~avea Vlila t,21=rove ........... U:4~ Lm. premises, ulter an eXtil~nllttttiOll of the state- | Arrlvee at Saguaeh,~ .......... h15 p.m. meet herein tiled an(l it appcarieg that the | Leav~ Saauache 1"80 ,, m said contestants and oblectors are entitled to I-- ~t; .. =-~ ............. v. * a ~ appeal hereil~ as prayed for ta thLs prooeed. ] ~rrlvea atvtila t~rove ........ 5.'00 p.m. ing~ F.H. CARLSON, Proprietor. it is therefore urdcred lhat an appeal be ] granted [:'om the 0eert'e ,)f toe distl:ict court as / uioresu,id to tbt! stli)rcn|e c,)t|rt el the state el | , Colorado, wimrein th,. said Horace B. Means, ! Mrlvate add nhronlofile***** .! Nmt George W. M(,aus W|liiam T. Ashley, Johu | S s ~ V wn,~vu~w~ Vl mwm) Holcomb, 1). C. Tracts, Alva Scai~drett and / CONSULT Meneufferingfromev~e$. Robert Monteith, owners ot ditches wiih prt- .~ foets of ou.tl~ul in d~ ol'ities as lolh)ws: i ~~ tlons, ~h .Uis, go~onlmN# The William Stow ditch with priorities ! F 1 g leet~_st~tu~__=~X~ . ll/Inl e e t .......................... 67, 74 8t ~ ........ ~! ........ The 8ullivauditcl~, with priorities nuni- ' ~l ~ I~.~q~.~l, ~al I~t~l~e~ bercd '/8 Ia~ ~ ~.~ ...... ~, ------e memo** ................................ ' ~ unflt~eu to mal~, Mood, The Hartm tn Broti]ers t ttcb No. 1, with | dg~ akin b'dne or .~..~t~ priorities nutnbt.rcd ................ 50,97] ~ ea.~'-=1 ~r~2 =.'~. ~_=~" The Ifartnlan Br )t l~ers ditch, No. 4 witilI ~-"?ml[~]~ ~R~l.,~lt~ ~ ~11~ ~:he iiolcol b d tch, wit r plioritles nu n- .d~. f~ \i ~.,~ ~:x,~l,~en~=*- ~a. ^~ be e ................................ 103,116 The Arroya din.l,. ,vitl~ priorLties nunI- ~e:y=~.~=~-~.~'~--~r~.~..~= bored ................................... lt7 IK}CTOR COOK ;,~-~o?~.:w-'~ ='-'-~,,~-- v In curing Utlla elRse or The Most itii ditcLl, witii priorities nula- * bered .................................... 96 ~ and. will guarantee ~ou a~.rman~at ~t~ The Hay & blonteilh ditch, wlth priori, at moderato coet, Ho has eared thO'a~W~@ tins m~mbe~ed ........................... 96 [,houghttheircaseahopales~ Alllet:te~.prlvat~, The Redmol~d 6: 3lonteitl] dJteb, wllh .Writo for question btank, Consultauoa prioritic~ numbered ..................... 96 Jttedieines s~nt free from oll~rv~tlon. The Travls di*ch, with priorties num. CookrledlcalCo.,6=aCurtl~llt.l~w~.f,~ bored .................................... 108 TheTravls ditch, No. 2. with priorities mimbored ............................. ..108 STATE OF COLOi~AD0, }ss. The Tra~is ditch, No. ;3, with priorities numbered ................................ 108 (/ouu~x OF S.~Gvaon~. Sltall be known as the apptdlants, and Joiln In the Ci,uIrty Courk F ~t( w and George W StoW, co-partners de- JMrs. Floss Brown, "/ lngbusiness under t.be fiI'llt name of 8~w PLallItlff, J Bfbthel~, owners of the .eIllargelnent of tl.S VS. b SUMMONS. BlllStow ditch a~]d I lie Stow Brothers ditch, John. W..Brown | priorities numbered 77a, 82a and ~, De/enfant. j be k town as appellees. The people of the stat(~ Df Colorado to John Said appeal shall be g~anted as aforesaid W. Brown the defendant, greeting. tpoi~ tlmsaid,tl,p~llau~s exeeIltiag aa appeal | You ar0 hereby required to appear ill an ~otm cmtmtioneu for t lm payment ol ~11 Crisis i action brk)ught agal nst yon by the above nnm- which may be awarded against the appellant~ |ed p}aintiff, iu the couuty court of Saguaehe or any st them iu ills ~-uprenlc court) and In/couuty,stal~ of t:olorado, audanswer theootr~ ihe stem oi three hundred dollars, said bond to [ pl~ln~ therein within thirty days after the aer- be executed by one or lilt)re of too appellants { vlce hel~of, if svrved within the state of C~lo- as principal and sutricieut securities, ea~tt bond |-rado nr by ptlblicaUon, or If served out of tho to,be approved |,y the courter Judge In emit- Istate of Colorado, within fll~y da3s after tbs lion. ~erviee hereof, exehtslve of the day of servia. or said action may be regularly set for trial the same as thougn such appearance had been made aud issue had been Jomcd ca ~ald ecru. 1-4, 1901. JESSE G. NORTHeUTT, Judge. (Endo) sod). District C, urt /aguache county, CO'O, Ftted aud el)t,'rt'd t)f record, Jut). 7, 1901, LEE FAlaBANKS, Clerk. State of Coloradu, I ss County el 8aguaehe. I, Lee Fairhanks, Clerk of the District Court within and for said county aud state, do here- by eertiI'y Iimt tlae above and foI'egolng ts true, correct, full and complete copy st'an Or. der Ad(,wing Appeal, together wllh all on. dorscment~ Iher.ou. tirade from the or[ginal, aod the seine appears (,f record hi lny ~tld office. In testimony whereof I liars hereunto set my hvnd and affixed ti~e seal of ~ald court at 8a~uaehe, tlils 15th duy of J)tuuary, I~0L. LEg FAIRaAI~ KS, ~ierk Dlatrlet Court. plaint. Tlie said action Is brought by pl&lntlffto ob- tahr a decree ot divoroe, diss,)lvtag the bonde of matrimgoy now existing between plalntl~r and deleJ:llaut oa L Lie grouud of desertLon aug non ~upport and ado for the oare and castody of the minor ehttd Wixou Brown as will mote fully app,ar from complaint iu said action to which reference is here made attd a copy of which Is hereto art:lobed, And you are hereby notified that tf ou tall to appear and to answer the sahl ~)inplaint a.s rvquired, the said plaintiff wfli apply to tixe court t0r t}io t'elh,t Lherehl domanded G~ven under my hand and the seal of said court at Saguaehe tn said county tills 29th day of October, A. D, l~0. O. D, BR~a~, Actlug Clerk,