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3NO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. II H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the Sau Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Of~co in Crestone Drug Store. ,I. TleACI" I)IEL VIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, O~ioe opposite American House, San Juan ave- nue. Calls promptly answered, day or night. Hxaminlng ~urgeon U. 8. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. eHIPPEY, M. D, Villa Grove. Colo. CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. ii THE A] HRI AN HOOSH SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS. Ms E. COLVIN, 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 relied upun. The 8aguache C0unty Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguacho County. Organized, May. 1880. Incorporated, J uly, 18~2. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Euro~ Safe De~t Bo:r~.,~ for Re, at. OFF]CEIlS AND DIItECrORS. 'SAAC GOT']'HELF, President. LEOPOLD ~IAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDER S. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo, Colo. ~ (,LARENCE HERSEY, Assayer anti Chemist, [Established 18"/9] Leadville, Colorado, Bampl0s by Mail or v.xl~r0ss R00oiv0 Pr0ml0t Att0nti0n. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In~ Saguaebe County 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- zdents, taxes paid and msur- ante written. SAGUACHE, COLO. i i E. E. BURLINGAME & (~., ~nh't~U Tsete--1001be. or ear load lots, n. , vm Wrfte for terms. 1736-1738 Lowromeo St., Denver, ColD. t i t i t A, BItEWEI1, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is m 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 cMkets. I have a hearme. "'Every Cloud Has a Silver L/nlng." The clouds of bad b(ood envelop/r5 humanity fierce a si[~vei' /,::irg in the :6aDs of a specific to remo~ve t~em. It [s ti'ood's Sarsaparilla, Amer/ca'~ Greatest Medic/re, quhich drhnes out aft impuri/ic~ f;om ~/:e blood, of either sex or any aSz. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Best fresh meats at Jones & Co. @. O. Taylor Whiskies, of superior excellence Mrs. Pacheeo, mother of Nestor, is said to be dangerously ill. A regular leader, Banker's Bond 5 cent cigar. The Saguache Pharmacy. Fine Line of Valentines At the CRESCENT office--All prices. Oranges, lemons, bananas and apples at Jones'. Rev. Manuel de Jesus Sanchez of An- tonito was n town the first of the week visiting frmnds. E. M. Green is helping out in the county treasurer's office during the rush of tax receipts. Valentines, sentimental and comic, from one cent to thirty.five cents at the CRESCENT Ol~]ce. G.0 'gay. or Whiskies o ~ great value to the sicR = A special meeting of the county com- missioners ~s to be held on the first Mon- day in February--the 4th. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. Attend the Masque Ball at Saguache on the night of February 22nd and bare a good time. Further partmulars next week. George W. Beckley on Monday pur- chsed the John O'Neil building just south of his present store building. He will use it as a warehouse. [$1oWn To Atoms. The old idea that the body sometimes needs a powerfuh 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 matter, cleanse the system and absolutely cure Cmnstipatmn and Sick Headache. Only 25c at Lord & Wilcox's, Crestone, Colo. Work has commenced on the grading of the Moffat-Crestone railway. Tents are springing up around Moffat and for a time the town will enjoy a lively boom. The Baptist meetings u'ill continue over Sunday. Efforts are being made for a good day Sunday. Special music for morning and evening. Sermons that will make you think. All are cordially invited. The most soothing, healing and anti- septic application ever devised is Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It rstieves at once and cures piles, sores, eczema and skin diseases. Beware of imitations. Saguaehe Pharmacy. Mrs. Idea and children will "leave to- morrow for Canon City i[ La Veta zs able to travel. She has recently had a recurrence of the trouble experienced a year ago and the move to Canon City is in the hope that it will agatn benefit her. Mrs. P. W. Luengen and sen, Perry, left on Sunday of this week for their new home in Colfax, Iowa. Mr. Luen- gen will follo~ as soon as tie closes up some business matters which require his attention. We trust they will be pleas- ed with their new location and that health and prosperity wil~ attend them. ~, O, Taylor W~isk~ss, are pure medtclnst stlmutsntS To The L'ublic. We have moved part of out' mill stock into P. M. Jones' ohl store buildmg east of CRESCI~T office where ws will con- duct a general grain huntress. The Saguaehe Mills. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pure. Public Sale el' Land. l will offer for sale at Saguaahe, in front of the post office, on Sat- urday, the 2nd day of February, A. D. 1901, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following lands, the property of the late Samuel Ashley, to-wlt: 153 acres adjoining the town of Saguache on the southeast, known as the Peasen Ashley place. 2~0 acre.~ lying between the Horace Means ranch and the ranch known as the Cattle Companyts ranch. Terms Cash in hand. W. T. ASHLEY, Administrator. VILLA GROVE NOTES. J. H. Parsons was felling quite badly for a few days, owing to a bad oold. Mrs. R. Briley returned from her Ne- braska trip last Thursday. Roy Sbeadman arrived in town last Saturday. Mrs. J. W. BoRon went to Bonanza last Monday to see the new arrival. Mrs. R. J. Clark was cue of Villa Grove's sick people a few days this we, sk. Qaite a lot of snow on the ground last Friday morning which had fallen dur- ing the mght. H. S. Schwartz returned to Bonanza last Wednesday. W. H. Raber, of Hesper, spent a few days in town supplying the ladies with hts excelMnt extracts and spices. Mrs. Milton, of Salida, arrzved in town Sunday evening to attend the funeral of her sister, the }ate Mrs. Sarah White which occurred on Monday, Mrs. Woodward, the lady who has been confined to bed the past three months, was removed to Victor, where she can be with her relatives. Mrs. Nova Cooper accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. Kouts, of Bonanza, are rejoicing over the advent of a bran new son. Herbert's favorite son~ now is: "In the Sweet Boy and-Boy." Died:--In Villa Grove, Colo., Satur- day, Jan. 27, 190L at 3 o'clock, a. m. SARA[I, brloved wife of Marquis White, aged 27 )ears, 10 months aud 13 days. After a pawfal and severe illness she passed peacefully away leaving five chil- dren, the youngest of which is only two weeks oht and a husband to mourn her loss. ].'he previous evening she asked for her little ones and kissed them all goodbye. Funeral services at the church Roy. Ohl preached the serm,n. Sarah A. wife of J. M. White, waa i born in Fairfield county, Ohio, in 1873. She came to Illinois with her parents in 187~ and in 1883 they agam moved to Kansas. In 1888 the family came to Colorado and the following )ear she w'as married to Mr. Whets. Seven children were born to her, o[ whom .five survive. George W., Linden, Harry L., Minnie! Edith, Alice Bell. The burial was made at 01aytonia on January 28. Died:--In Villa Grove, C01o., S~nday, Jan. 27, 1901, at 7 o'clock p. m., SusAN ALLEN, mother of Mrs. F. M. Hills, ~n the 89th year of her age, leaving one son and one daughter, the former living in I Chicago, eight of her family of ten chil- i dren having proceeded her, afte~ having grown to man and womanhood. Grand- ma Allen was dearly loved for her sweet dispuMtion and pleasing manner by all who had the pleasure of meeting her. To know her ~as tolove her. Funeral nor. vices were held at her late residence on Tuesday, Ray. Eugelbarger conducted the servia.as. Her remains were sent to Chicago, for interment last Wednesday morning. STATE OF Owlo, CITY OF TOLEDO, ; LucAs Co~Tr ~ ss. FRANK J. CHRNEY makes oath that he is |the so,nor partner of the firm of (~'. J. Cl~zz~zY &Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED 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 6th day of December~ A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, ' Notary Pubhc. :ali's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood 'mud mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CltENEY & CO., 'Ioledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75e. Hall's Family t ills are the best. Mrs. Isabel Foster has moved to. h~ mother's ranch and will remain th~b til Mrs. Lyons returns from Denver. Cut this out and. take. it- to tim Sa guache Pharmacy and get a free sample of Chamherlain's Stomach an4 Liar Tablets, the best physic. They akocure disorders of the stomach, biliousness and headache. Apples by the barrel cheap at P. M. ,lobes. Bsa-~ t~e _.~ The Kind You Have Always Bou~t 8igaat~ of G. O. T~ylor Whtsk~s, are dee(dedly fl~ This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-~inine ~ahl~ the remedy that ~ a ~old In one d~ WANTED~Capable, reliable person in every courtly to represent largo oo1~Igany of s('ld finan- cial reputation, $986 8alar~p,,,~-~ear payebld weekly. $3 per de~, absolutely sure ~md all expen- ses, straight, bonaflde, d~flntte Sttlary, no eel- nisei,n, s/lury paid each SaturdaF and exvet~Se money a tva,tc~d each week, STANDAZtD HOUSE, 884 Dm^n~ON ~T. CRIOAO0. 'Ko . ol "l) ioSe sPt s Pw h:p 'pa 6 Prics50~: attd $1. |aaxg,) size cr..':tains ~ ~nao0 small site. Bool, al, abo,t t d x'~ 0~, ~'~ a n t :t lledi't~e PflU~grod b~,li:, G, DoWITI" ~ co., Cl~l*~tS@, 25 YEARS of unvarying purity-- seven years of ripen- ing, in barrels, before it's bottled and sealed. Result-- co.cdonce everywhere in the name of the makers of iMar~,;Joy is a late addition to the sick list. Charley Creger has been sick for a week--grip. Miss Halcyon Ellis has been on the sick list during the past week. Mrs, W. A. Lockett is still having a seriotis time With rheumatmm. Miss Fidela Chave~ was taken quite sick with the gr,p last Friday night. Charley Ashtoo, a ranchman from tho 41 country, was in town over Tuesday night. Frank Pittenger weut over to Bonanza on Monday to take a look at a real min- ed camp. Roy, Drew ex~erienoed another re- lapse on Tuesday and at this writing is in a very precarious condition. We understand that James and Char- los Coleman are going to put '25 teams at work on the Moffat-Crestone railway gr ads. Sam Feast and Tom Saffel, of Moffat, were over on Thursday to attend the funeral of George W. Keesoy, a brother Mason. Mrs. Burrows ou Monday was taken vith a relapse from the.gap and was very sick for a time. She is now Im- proving. Jason Jaques returned last Friday from Salt Lake. He had a fine time vistting his brother there and enjoyed the trip very much. Mrs. B. Lyons left the first of the week ~,)r Denver, where she will renan with her Son, Thomas M. until the ending of the legmlative s~sion. Mrs E. S. Hall of-V/lie Grove was in the county seat Monday and Tuesday on business connected with the settlement of the J. B. Hall estate. Mrs. A. O. Mack expects to leave in a ~hort time for ~outh~ru California, there to make her future home with her daughter, Mrs. Katie Martinsen. Atty. Elliot, Of Del Norte and Dacre Dunn, of Biedell, were in town last Thursday night and Friday morning on business connected with the D. Herbert Dunn estate. J. W. Bolton, Villa Grove, J. E. Ash- ley, Parkville, Nathan Ward, Upper ~a- guaohe~ It. Mean~ Lower Saguaohe, were oat of town Masons who attended the Keesey funeral. Sore and swollen joints, sharp, shoot- mg pains, torturing muscles, no rest, no sleep. That moans rheumatism. It is a stubborn dieoai~ato fight but Chamber- htin's Pain Balm ha~ conquered zt thous- ands of times. I't will "do so ~henever the opportunity is offered. Try it. One application relieves the pan. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. WANTED.-At;TIVE MAN OF G )OD CHAR- ueter to delive~ and collect in Colorado for old estabtished manufacturing wholesale imu~e. $900a year~ sure pay. Hm:esty more thsn cx- p6r~uoo require(/. Oar referenoo, any bank i[: arty oily. ~Encibee self addressed slamped en- vslope. Manufacturers. I hird Floor, ~ Dearbon st. Cht~c~ ~ . W.F. BOYD, Notary Public The people testify that Hood's Sar- saparilla cures scrofula, eruptions, ca- tarrh, rheumatism, dyspepsia, nervous troubles and you may take it with confi- dence that it will do for you what it hu done for othe~s. The uon irritating cathartic ia ttood's pills. 25 cents. I)IEID We are sorry to learn of the death one of the twin infants (the girl) of Mr. amt Mrs. I);,tt Sul!ivan, which o'curred Monday ni~zb*. Sh, had not been strong ] since birth It (;it'dh-s the (;lobe. The fame o[ ]),m~k]en's Arnica Salve, as the best in the we)rid, extends round the earth. It's the tree perfect healer of Cuts, CoRns, Burns, Brmses, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Uhers, Felons, Aches, Pain~ and all Skin E~uptions. Only m- falhble Pde cure. 25c a box at Lord & ; Wilcox's, Crest,me, Colo. Gvorge "W. Keesey. Was born ,)t~ tL9 5th of Mareh;1851, at New /3e,~hlehe~, Chrion count)', Penn. W,s marri('d to Jem',ie M. Blystone, of Pzttsbur~, l'(uJn. ,)~ the Sth of Novem- ber,]SSt, tl-i~)i:~,~ved his trade of con- ,ratting a~I bu~:, i ~.~ umi~ 1887. He had always ( xi:r-:~ d ~ ~irc to come west and in ~t,t+ .~,~' h,~'.q (mi to]ook ups locati,.~, ill- l++,~v t.+d thr~,,~git Illinois and K,l:v.,: ~,~ii,~l!. lhtding what he wa,h*tl. [h, !iv, (t fo~' a ~-I~ot't time at I~o('i~y l,',:~d a~,| ~h(,~ v, ent to Florence while lho O;] [)t)~*tii ~,~iiS On. ~{0 did con- sider4tble [i;~;idin~: at this hitter place. He located at 5~: u:~,'!~o in leSS aud that same year ~ llilt a ~10,000 school house at Meeko~', Cob). lie leavens besides ,his wife, his tu,tthev, two hro~hers--James 31. and J(.hn 3I.-and five sisters to mourn hi~ dt~aLh. The merited repu tun h)u for curing pd~, sores at.l ~ ki~ di~,,.,~c~ ucquired by De Witt's \\qtelt lhizel S.lve, has led to the maki~ig o~ w,,~lhle.~s counterfeits. Be sure to ~et (~1.}1> l)eWitt's Salve. Sa- J~)nes h,.s a Cew flue. overcoats left to give ~wav i~ IUL)~t. (~. O. 2'aylo.~" Whiskies, honeetlnp~rl~M Patrons of the Americas House speak very favorably of its new management. The table is good, lho beds excellent and the attenttoa given guests all that could be desired. Men, ~Volnen and Cl~ildrel| Should buy their shoes of Sam Feast, of Moffat, and reactive satisfaction, comfort and durability. He handles the Hamil- ton Brown Shoe C~,.'s shoes which arc of elm best in the market, A now and up to date assortment ~ust received. ]CHICAGO Best Dining: Oar Service, BUFFET LIBRARY SMOKER, ELEGANT EQUIPMENT, Ohair Oars Free, Tom Nohmd and son, Edgar, went ha Kausus City last Friday with 200 head of cattle. CASTORIA or Infants and Ohfldxea. The Kind You Have Always Boughf Boars the Signature of NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, Land Office at Dal, Nort*, C,lo., December 22nd, 1~. Notice is hereby given that the fo]low~ named s~ttler has fiI~i notice of his intenUon tO make final proof in ~upport of his olaim~ and tint said proof will be made before the Clark of tho District Court at Sa~uache, Colorado, ca Februar 9th, 1901, vis: Warren S. Joy, who made homestead entry No. 2&~6. for the n ~ nw ~ and n ~ ne ~. sec 28 twl~ 45nr beN. M. P. ~1. lie names the following witnesses to prove hie continuous residence upon and caltivation,J'-f, said land, viz: James Slane, John A. Stephens, Herbert O. Hoddieg and Franklin Clark, all of ~a~uaohe, Colo. Notre for Publication. Land Otfico, De! Norte, Colo., t Jan. 18, 1901. ~7otlco is hereby given that the fo/lowln~ nameds ettler has filed notice of his lnteRtion to muke rlut~l prool in Support of h,s claim, and thatsMd proof will be made betore Lee Fairbanks. clerk ~,t" dtstrlct COurt of Sagtlaohs county. Colo., on March 5, 1901, viz: Benedito Marquez. who made homestmad e~- try, N~.~'~;M, for.the 8 E ~6 see. 2, twp. 42 N of range '4 E~ ~ x- rd. He nhmes the foilowtng witnesses to prove bJseotltinuous residence UpOR and ou[tiv~- lieu el sahi laud~ viz: Felon Chavos, Juan Audres. B~,boncia Epi- Junto lorres, Julio Lobato,~li of Carnero, ColD. JAn. H. BAZTS:R, Rs~*~r, Not/ee f~z" ]'ablltatlon. LAND OFEIOE AT ])EL NORTE, CoIx)., [ J~u. 19th, 1901. Notice is hereby giveu tbat~the followinf named settler has tiled notice of his intention remake natal proof In supoort of his claim~ and that said proof will 13o made before the clerk of the diet tict court at ~aguache, Colo. On March 2, 1901, viz: Gustavus tl. Norum who made homestea~ I enttT No. 2791 [(tr t he S W ~4 sec. 1, twp. 4it, 2N ra!lge 7 E N ~l l' M. He n.lmesttlc tblhtwing witnesses to prOve his con tinuous r,,sidenee npou aud cultivation O| said land, viz: Sanltlel Jewell, Joitn St. 8 mdersou, both Of Saguactw. Colo. li. t'. Johnson~ J. P. Johu. son, both of Carnero. Colo. J^s. H. BAXTER, Reg/st~r. Notice of Final .~ettleznent. In the matter of the estate of John Marold, deceased. Notice is hcr(.by giveu, Ti|at on Monday the fourth day t~t' Fcbroary, A. D. lI~)1, being OnS Or'the regular dwys ~f the Jauuary term of the d/~tlfity eou;'t el Sa.gtlactt@eoUu|,y, ill the state of Colorado. 1 Mati|da M~rold executrix of said estate.will al)po:tr before the Judge of sgid (~bttrt, presen t my /l|t/t| settle menL ItS suell eX- Oeutrlx, t)ray t]|e ;$pl)roval Ot Lhe satne add will then at,ply to be dL~cbarged aS sueb exe- cutrix. At ~hiciltimt-aud pbtce any pe~n in |nt.ere~.t z|tay oppear and present objections to t~e Still|e, i[ ttl|y there be. Dated at Saguache, Colorado. Jan. 5.1901. ~t ATILDA I%fAROL~), Executrix of the estate of John Maxold decease~. Notice of Forfeiture. STATE OF COLOltADo, f COUNTY OF SAGUACI~E,~ SS* In the County Court. Mrs. Floss Brawn, "l Piaiutlff. i VS. r ,~UMMONS. John W. l:rowu / Deten ann t. j Tile people oflhe starts of~2olora~l~ to John W. Brown ttle dt.fcadaut, grectlu~ . . Y~o are hereby, requtred. ~o.a~pear ~ all actieu brought a.~'tlns~ yOU by tl~abovo nerv- ed plaint[[t~ In tile COUt|ty Court Of Haguaehs courtly, s~te of ( "oh)redo, and answer the com. plaint t herein witt~ln thlrty duys tilter the t~r. vice her~ot'~ lf~* rved witlliu the mate of Cole. red- or |,y pttbhcati,,n, or if served out of tile settle ot Co[o|'aGo, within filly d..~$ after the ~ervico hereol, e.xeluslve oft.he day of service. or said aetien nluy be regularly set for trial the ensue ;t8 thougu suen appeurauce bad. b~[,a trade and tSstte had heen Jomed un said com. plaint. The said action is brougixt by' plainttffto oh. taiu a dyo;'oe ot divorce, diss,)|viug the t~l~ds eft matrnnnny now exlstiRg between plaintiff and d~lendaut (,U the ground Of desertion &ud non support attd also lbr ttl~ c~,tre aud cast,tit of'the minor ehi:d Wlxon ~roWn as will m~ tully appe.tr fr,)ta eo~pta|ot In saldd action tq which |eferauee is I|t~niads aod a oopy of whteh is hereto att tched. And you are hereby nutifl~l that if you fall to appear and to a.swer Ihe ~ttl ~)mplalnt as r,~qui~ed, |he s~id phdntiff" w|ll apply the court tor tile relh.[ thueein deman(te~. G*ven to,der my hand and tho semi of ~t~ ~Ul't U~ 6agua,q~e ~]~ ~atd COUtlty tbi~ ~h Ul October, A l), 1~, O. D, B~A~, A0~iug C|t~'k,