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~t IDLY LIMI- AND. 's coat be- Phe prison ]e day be- be swept; eaned and a see your dstead set end, with back, bed- Front, and Then you dl at once The do~r raring the flOor, ac- re unsym- r you are put out contains I canvas, s, a stout td, slump been de:' ~n stairs. sion of a .u in your Le de,btor ten eve-y to satisfy disposed{ write and Le pleases he mak~ t, he may etter and? l'mxrpr!se that the ndsworth !for f~il- orders. ?! 's sent to':] a ordbred ] killings a ] A ~lrd | ns In at-| ~ebt0rs of | w. MoSt ] JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. ~ill practice in all courts. H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Orentone Drug Store. .I. TISA CY MEL VI2V, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offiee opposite American House, San Juan ave- aae. Call0 promptly answered, day or night. "-xamining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D,, Villa Grove. Colo. CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at- r.aw, Saguache, Colo. THR AMERICAN HOOSli SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS, M. 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 upon. The 8coach0 County Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. OrL~mized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 18e2. CAPFrAL ST(X;g. $~0,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ne.~ Trax~sacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe.. Safe Deposit Boza~ for Rest. omcz~ AND DIBECrOBS. IBAAC GOTTHELF, Prasident. LEOPOLD HAYER, Vice-Prec. CtlARLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Ant. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDEN rS. Kountmo Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denvar, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo, Colo. ,[ i CLARENCE HERSEY, Assayur and Uhumist, [Established 1879] Leadvllle, - Colorado. 8amFl~ by Mail or Exprom E~ve Prompt Attenfl0a. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Sapache County REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Port'one of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous grain field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and msur. ance written. o SAGUAGHE, COLO. t L E. BURLiNOAME a CO., CHEMICAL ASSAY OFFIGE,-LA.O.A,O. ~tablish..~. in C?Iorado.ll~dk Samples bymai.lor stpf'~ss IRUl ~CetVe pl"o~Lt 1)| and careful sttsmtion Onld J, tlluar blllam ItennH, Melted end Asesyld WlV gSVlllel MVii|VM OH PURGHAB[O. Concentration T,t**__XOOlh,. or ear toad lots tl VqlFISqPWr~te tot terms, 17a(I-!736 Lewreaee St., Denver. Colo. Livery A, BREWER, and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete|line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. Thk department is m charge of one who hu had many years experience as an Undertaker and funeral director My line of coffins runs from the aheap~t to fine metalie tankers. I have a hmr~ Scrofula Is a disease as old as antiquity, and as young as the newest born infant. It has iufestcd the blood of humanity from ancient times down to the pres- ent minute. It is hereditary or may be acquired. It appears in swollen glands, scrof- ulous sores, hip disease, boils; pimples~ eruptions, and, as believed by high authorities, even in the forms of catarrh and rheumatism. It can be cured by taking tIood's Sarsaparilla faithfully and persistently. We know this, because Hood's Sarsaparilla has done it. It will cure you if you give it a trial. You should begin to take it today. Hip Dlsea$e--"l suffered from hip disease; had 5 running sores; used crutches and each winter I was confined to my bed for weeks at a time. Hood's Sarsaparilla has accomplished a perfect cure--saved my Ills. I have a good appetite and l'eel strong and well." A~NIE ROBERT, 49 Fourth St., Fall River, Mass.. In Her Eyes-"My little glrl had scrof- ula and sores appeared in her eyes. A few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla entirely cured her and she has never had scrofula since," MRS. HOWARD PORE, Alpha, Oregon. N.B. Tf you decide to take Hood's Sarsa- parilla do not be induced to buy any other. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla Is sold '.by all druggists. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO.. Lowell, Mass. LOCAL HAPPEN i NGS The funeral of Lauriano Garcm was held on Tuesday. Fresh bread always on hand at Ms. Daniels'. Theinfant child of Alejandro Silva, died last Friday morning. Grand march begins at 8.45 at Dunn's h all Feb. 22. D. E. Glasgow was over from Villa Grove the first of the week. "The Blue Ribbon Flour" is taking the lead in the San Luis valley. Gentlemen smoke Banker's Bond cigar 5 cents. The Saguache Pharmacy. George Burch has the contra:.t for sinking the new well for the Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. on the corner t,f 4th and Denver avenue. Every gentleman buying a ticket to the dance at Dunn's hall Feb. 22nd is entitled to a ladies ticket, W. H. HAM, Mar. (7. O. Tay~or Whisk lesj are deeldedly flns Denver is to have the Mountain and Plain festival again this fall. The plans are now already formulated and mesa of the funds subscribed. I have for sale some fine hay, lo~e and baled. W.W. IDEN, Saguache. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Sohwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoflice. The Joe Newman concert is going to i be largely attended. It will be wise to i come early if you want to secure a seat. CENTER SHOTS. NEW LIFE George Benjamin, T. E. Iokes and R. P. Sells have the stone on the ground for From old ag_. -- seven yeas ( f rlpcnlng in the foundation of some new buildings, the wood, then --bottled ccriaiaty. And Mr. Benjamin is building a store and sea'ed, and stamped with the maker's name. And warranted -- pure--tips-- meat market combined, also a dwelling mellow Every bottle ot house, Mr. Ickesadwelling house and 0 fl TAYLOR Mr. Sells an addition to his hotel. A deal was completed Monday where- UmUmm WMIRI(gV by I. W. Rice of Monte Vista pur- Never sold in bulk. chased the stock of drugs owned by Of Druggists. Gro~ers, and I..ieeued ])ealer~ Dr. G. A. Bradburn. Mr. Rice takes ~~~ possessmn March let. Staley Bros. of Hcoper are moving their stock of implements to Center. .~ola By Rumor has it that W. W. McCoy has The NA G IrA (7HF. PIIA R/tIA Ill". purchased the building owned by W. W. Wilson and now occupied by Sheridan & Oermain as a olacksmith shop. t@O@4~Hl~~O@~t Ed Buckley's httle boy hasbeen quite PERSONAL. sick the past week. 4~~~~~~4.~~ The sick in this neighborhood are all improving. Edgar Jones went to Crestone yester- ! Mr. I. Tucker sold his meat market to day. Gee. Bejamin the latter part of the week. Alex Craig and family have moved to I. W. Rice of Monte Vista was doing Bonanza. business in Center the fore part of the week. Thecondition of Rev. E.G. Drew re- Tom Coehran of Dol NorSe brought mains about the same. out a load of the Blue R~bbon flour for Pat O'Fallon moved his family to the our merchants Monday. Try a sack. Piguet p]ace last week. Humphrey Fullmton of Saguache passed through town Monday enroute to George Neidhardt was over from Cot- Del Norte with Mr. Bash. ton Creek last Saturday. Will Graham and Lores Simmons, Mr. Sinclair of the 41 was a visitor to who have been quarrying rock on the La the county seat on Monday.. Garitafor the past week returned to Center Monday. The boys have been Dan Mahoney came down from .his ranch on Kerber creek on Sunday. gettmg out some fine t)utlding rock. d. P. Worth of Garnett was in the city Harry Lockett came np from ~1-8 last Monday. Saturday, returning home on Monday. The directors of the Farmer's Union Commissioner Ashley, accnmpanied by Ditch held a meeting in the Woodman his son, was a Saguachv visitor on Tues- hall Saturday. day. The masque ball on St. Valentine's day was a grand success, both socially Mrs. Joseph White of LowerSaguache and financially, visited with Mrs. Isaac Roberts the first of the week. Mrs. E. Collier left for her old home at Shell City, Me., Sunday to be present at Mrs J. W. Davidson has been having the bedside of her brother who isdanger- another attack of rheumatmm duringthe ously ill at that place, past ten days. The farmers have begun to rustle up Warren Joy has moved his family to their drills and harrows preparatory to their new home on the old Luengsn sprmg work. ranch adjoming town. R. F. Justice IS again able to be around ............... after a severe attack of the grip. C.B. Fox and his friend, Mr. Church, W. H. Cochran Sr. of Del Norte was i were in town on Monday fixing up the doing business in the city Saturday. papers ou g state land lease. Mr. Lafayette Germain made a trip Mrs. A. C. Mack left on Sunday morn- borne to visit his family on the Lower ing for Cahfornia, where she will make Saguache Saturday, returning Sunday. her home with her daughter, Mrs. Mnr- W. W. Wyland is mounting the moun- lesson. tain lion lately killed by Isbell and Hum- County Treasurer Jewell went to Den- bertson. When finished he will ba a ver on Sunday for a few (lays visit with beautiful specimen as Mr. Wyland is one his son, Guy, and to transact some bust- of the best taxidermists in the state, ness matters. The infant child of Robert Wills is Alonzo Morgan, who has been home quite sick. for several weeks ou account of the sick- Rumor has it that Center ]s to have a noes of his brother, returned to his school bank. in the near future. Let her come, duties at Denver last Friday. "the more the merrier." Joe Woten pulled out with his thresh- A representative of the Bullen Bridge ing machiue Saturday to finish up his Co. of Pueble, who are the contractors contracts of threshing,on the state artesian well, was in town W. M. Brashear'a new residence is re- last Saturday inspecting the work of the calving a coat of paint this week, Billy sub-contractor. Birdwell is the artist, M.A. Kuehnlein on last Thursday Your correspondent sorter flew the closed the deal by which ha became the track last week but as we hays got purchaser of the store building at Mir- straightened out again'will try and do age, now occupied by Mr. Snider. Mr. better hereafter. Kuehnlein proposes to extensively re- Dr. W. Lockett of Saguache was a pair the building. Center visitor Tuesday. P.W. Luengen left Tuesday for Col- How's This? fax, Iowa, where he joss his family and We offer One Hundred Dollars R~,d f C a ......... for will make his future home. Mr. Luen- Program will start at 6:~5 sharp. Hall'sany caSecatarrhO atcare.rrh that can not be cured by gen was a resident of Saguache for near- . F.J. CHENEY & CO, Props., Toledo, O. wet ..... t *~ Sm~- an House s oak We the unaersigued have known F J Chene ]y 30 years. We trust he will find his ~,~ ............. iC p . . . y - . for thelast. 15 years, and beheve him nerfectly new home all that he expects. very favorably of its now management, honorable~n all business transactions and fin- ......... ~ ~ -xcellent ancialiy ame to Carry out any obligations made 'xne ~aole ]s goes, me DOUS o ]b~thoirfirm. On the 26th of thm month, at the and the attention given guests all that W~ST&~'~Ax~w.hote~le Drus~.'s~. Toledo, O. Presbytermc church, Colorado Springs, WA~Ul~, ~ ,~,~ 05 ~ARVIN~ Wholesale urug- could be desired. I gists. Toledo, Onto. ~___ Hall's Catarrh C.ure is taken internally, acting Robert Louis Henderson will be married ........ "/ ........ hone-tin -urtt'" directly upon trio blood and muc,)us surfaces of to Miss Georgia Gertrude York. At the ~. v..ttquor. ,,g~,,w~, , ~, ~ .... r.ri__ .. _ . , ~no SyS[OLU. r ~e ~OC. per nettle. Soul by all -- -~ .... ._ . Druggists. 'l,'est~moaialsfraS. same time Florence May York will be Warren Joy last thursday solo nls Hall's Family Pills the are best. married to Walter Benjamin Foote. Mr. ranch on the Upper Saguache to Clark ==- Brothers. Warren will soon take poe- Roy. Dr. Wier, presiclent of the Del Henderson was formerly a Saguaoheboy session of the Luengeu ranch adjoming Norte College, will occupy the pulpit of and cards have bees received here by the town. the Presbyterian church in this place, former friends. Ito is new a postal next Sunday both moraine'and evening, agent running between Colorado Springs Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of and Kansas City. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth- Messrs. Jones &Sloan of Cripp!e Creek less. The original quickly cures piles, have commenced the erection of a new Built for 10 cents. Sold for 5 cant& sores and all skin diseases. Saguacho hotel at Crestone. The building will be Ban*~er's Bond cigar. The Saguache Pharmacy. 35x80 feet., two stories. A portion of the Pharmacy,__ :T: - furniture is now at Moffat and they hope C~ .~. ~; ~jL~ 0 :I~L ,1:.~. The Gotthelf & Tarbell company are to bave "Hotel Crestone" open inside Of going to sink a well on the corner lot 30 days. St~.tBemthe /,.~Th~~B0u~ east of their store. They will put in a .................. -.=_-..tm~ ., good pump and maintain the well as a The position of the state geologist is of public convenience, one said to be much sought after and a ............ number of candidates are in the field for WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every The Grand restaurant changed hands the place. There is no salary attached, euunty to represent, large company of s.ld finan- cial reputation. $936 salary par ~ear, payable Tuesday, Messrs. Anderson & Curse hay- bu t the position advertmes the man who weekly. $3 per day absohm,ly sure and all expen- se~, straight, bonafids, d~flmte salary, no com- ing sold out to O. W. Wheeler, who will holds it and is therefore of material ben- mission, adlary paid each Saturday and expense take charge of the business the fifteenth efit. Half a dozen men have applied re" money advanced each week. STANDARD of this month.--Eagle, the place, among them Prof. Lakes, A. HOUSE, as4 Dry,noN ST. CmOAUO. Men, Women and Children M. Wells, a well known Denver geolog- Should buy thmr shoes of Sam Feast, o.f ist, andJohnW. FlnchofVlotor. Itis dol Moffat, and receive satisfaction, comfort one position in which politics does not and durability. He handles the Hamil- figure and the appointment will un- ton Brown Since Co.'s shoes which are of dgubtedly be given because of fitness for the best in the market. Anew and up theplace.--Times. Dyspepsia Cure to date assortment just received. Millions of people are familiar with To The Public. DeWitt's Little Early Risers and those who use them find them to be famous Digests what you eat. We have moved part of our mill stock little hver pills. Never gripe. Saguache Itartiflciallydigeststhefoodandatd8 into P. M. Jones' old store buildmg east Pharmacy. Nature in sbrcng~laemng and retch ,o structing the exilausted digestive 0z Of CRESCENT office where we will con- guns. Ib Isr~ho lat, es~disCovereddigest- ducts general grain business. CASTOR m mA aatandtonio, i~1o other preparatio~ The Saguaehe Mills. can approach it in efllcieucy. It |a ---= l~0r Ymftmt8 and Children, stantly relieves and permanently cur~ Dyspepsia, Indlgestl,m, Heartburn, o o The Kind You Have Always Bought Flat.le oe, SO,ll O .~. tim ~ 0 ~ I" .~., Si0k Headache, Cast raisin Crampsand B~mth, .,~lhe Kind Y00 Have Alway, Bolght Bears the /~,~ allotherres llt~ of im~erfectdigest~on. ~~ PriceS0. a||d Sl. Lai~e ,"~i~(3 cf~r.t~lns ~t~ ~l=es tltm ~igll&tl~O Of smallsJse. BooK#,], abom~ d w0er~'a n~all4~lfl'e0 P~pgre~l by E, C, OeWi%f ,CO., Cl~l(;ag(k Hutnors colas to the snrface in the spring as in no other season. They don't run themselves all off that way however, but mostly remain in the sya. tern. Hood's Sarsaparilla removes them, wards off danger, makes good health sure. Saguache, Colo., Freb. 19th, 1901. Sailor hey este desdichado Din Sabran qua un baballo Alastimado al honorable Joven Laurano Garcia. Lejttimo y amado hijo del 8crier Jose E. Garcia y de Doffs Albinita M. Garcia. Pobreoitos padro~ puss tsmbien Sabras quo ]o Ins. time amuerte. E~ta case suesdm el din 17 came alas 10 de la mafmna y duro vivio hasta ]ass 4 de la mafiana del din 18. Este desgraciado Joven navio en el 1883, en Junto el din 13, y murio en el afio de 1901, en Freb. 18. No man sintiendo la gandisima des areola que a susedido. Aside esntida y sera per todos los panentes y amigce porque hera conosido en la ciudad del Saguaehe pero, Solo Dies, Solo Dies es Justo y ass lo que quiere y ace y desa~ no man. DANIEL MA~'rIN~. A powerful engine cannot be run with a weak boiler, and we can't keep up the strain of an active life with a wea~ stomach, neither can we stop the human machine to make repairs. If the stom- ach cannot digest enough food to keep the body strong, such a preparation as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure should be used. It digests what you eat and it simply can't help but do you good. Saguaohe Pharmacy. The following is from the "Socmtyi Columns"of the Post. Miss Beekler m well known to many Saguache people: Miss Beekler's private dancing assam- bliss at the Brown Palace hotel every Saturday evening have become very pop ular--without exception the floor is the very best in tim city. Lohman's orches- tra furmshes the music, and as everyond knows, it is impossible to obtain better in the state. Refreshments in the way of ices and cream are served free to the patrons during the evenmg, and every- one attending is assured a royal good time. Cards may be obtained upon ap- plication to Miss Beokler who may be found at The Hermes on Tremont street, near 17th. Equal to any 10 cent cigar, but sold for 5 cents. Banker's Bond cigar. The Saguache Pharmaoy. This has been one of the best winters for cattle ever known. There has not been more tfian an inch and a half of snow on the greater part of the plains where the cattle are running out. The weather has been mild and the result is that cattle are in just about as good con dltion now as they were in the fall. The custom on most of the ranges now ia to place the thinest and weakest cattle and the calves m corrals and feed them hay and corn. The number of cattle which have needed this sort of care is much smaller than nsual. The result of these conditions will be an increase in the quantity of cattle to be sold from the ranges next fall.--Fmld and Farm. There is always danger in using coun- terfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. The original is a safe and certain cure for piles. It is a soothing and healing salve for sores and all skin disouoa Sa. gaucho Parmacy. This signature ie on every box of the genuine Laxative Bmmo-Q-i~lne ~,m.. ~e zecnedy that cures ~ cold fn otto de~y SENT FREE FISHER'S Uterine Tense Knowledge ~i. The Crest Female Remedy positively |f~' ,1~cures all fen|ale complaints; I month's ~ treatment $I; $ months' treatment $5. ~ MRS. SADIE M. FI8HER, SL'ITa 28, 8C8 ~ ~ 16TH ST., DItNVXa, COLO. Also for sale ~.byAllDruggtst,. Sendfor treeeample and literature, worth its weight in go!d, "~ll .~ F" I~.fled ~ywhere on requeat, po.tpaid. mll II RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold ............ $ .50[ Gold and Bilver..$ .75 Lead ......... 50 I .... Gold,silver, copper 1.50 8amp/es by real~ rsee/ve prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 142g-10th St., Denser, 0o/o, FERItY'$ Have You Books or Mata- zlnes to Bind': We do Law, Medl~l, Library, ALL KINDS OF BOOKBINDING, Books honed in every conceivable !style. Old books rebound. Art and fine bindings. Blank book makers. Hall Williams, :1441 Curtis St, l)en~er, f~l~ Best Dining Car Smice, ELE6ANT EQUIPMENT, Chair Cars Free, TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY, For 8ale, 1 have two good milch cows and nino calves and four ciozen chickens which I desire to dispose of. Call on or addrem GEOROE BALL, Saguache, Colo. Attorney Veerkamp has been retained to defend a ease brought sgamst a lead- ing Saguache doctor for malpractice. Just what the nature of the ease we are unable to learn.--Hooper Press. "Blue Ribbon Flour" is manufactured at the Del Norte mills. These mills have recently been overhauled and now have up-tq-date machinery in every par* ticular, has one of the best millers in Colorado and is now making exoellent flour. T.A. GOOD, Mgr. A location certificate was received in the county clerk's office a few days ago which bore the names of the Denver Fire and Police Board--Speer, B'arpee and Ssyres--also that of Farley, Capt. Martyn and several others whose uames have been prommently before the public by reason of the recent police invegtiga. tiou. ]gLY*S CREAM BAL~[ is a ~oMtlve~x~e. Apply Into ~ no~tH)~. It Is qufckly abt~rbt~L cents at Dru~sts or by mail ; samples 10c. by marl. ~Y BROTHERS, 60 Warren St., Naw York CL~. W. F. BOYD. Notary Public. Snguache County Bank. VILLA GROVE AND SAGUACH| STAGE LINE. Carries mail, passengers and expre~, Leaves .Villa Grove ........... 9:45 a.m. Arrives at Saguach~ .......... 1:].5 p.m. Leaves Saguache ............. ] :30 p.m. Arrives at V~lla Grove ........ 5:00 p.m. F. H. CARLSON, Proprietor. WANTED--ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR. actor to deliver and collect in Colorado for old established mam]fact~uring wholesale hom~o. $900a year, sure pay. Honesty more than eX. parlance required. Our reference, any bank ill auy city. Enclose self addreesed stamped ~- velope. Manufacturers, ]'hard Floor, 384 Dearboa st. Chica~o. t Notes for Publication. lamd Office, Dol Norte, Colo., Jan. 18, 1901. Notice is i~erel)y given that il~e following name(is artier has filed ~mt|ee of his Intention to make final proof in support of h~s claim, and thatsaid proofw!ll be made before Lee Fairbauks, clerk of district court of ~aguaehe oouuty. ~olo., ou Marcl~ 5, 19(}I, viz: Benedito Marquez. who made homestead en- try, ~o.;2851, for the S E ~ sec. 2, twp. t2 N of range 7 EN M P M. He names the following wiineases tO' prove hiscolatlnuoas reside[lee |lpou and cult|na- tion of said land, viz: Feles Chaves, Jua|| Audres. Babenoia Epi- anio'lorres, Juli0 [,obato,ali of Carncro, Cole, JAn. H. BAXTER..l~,et~4u~r. Notice for Publleatlon. LAND OFEIOE AT DEL ~ORT~, COLO., t Ja|). 19th, 1901, Notice is t~ereby ~iVen tilt the following oamed settler has tiled ~|oLlce of J)i~ Intention to make lleal pr|)of in .'tlpDort O[ hLs claim, and tatar sai(i proof will ue made before the cler~ of the district court at Saguache. Colo. on March 2, 1901, vlz: Gustavns It. Norum, who made homestend entry No. 2791 for the ~ W.~ sec. 1, twp. 4~, N rangcTE N M P M. He n,tmestho followiitg witnesses to prove hts contlnu,ms rvstdeuce upon and cultivation el s,id laed, vlz: Salauel Jeweli, Joim 8. 8andertmu_both of ~guache, Colo. Li. P. 3chases, J. P. John* sou, buff| of Carnegie, t'olo, JAn. H. B~XT~ Rag/star. Nottoe of Forfeiture. To Jnhu Nevitt, You :~re hereby ll(,tifled that we have ex- pended O||e Hundred Dolla|'s in labor and am. provcments upon the Mystic kode~ sltaate in Cochetop,t fnItllog district, 8aguaohe county, Colorado, tits location certificate of which Is recor(ied t n t h(~ records el said 8a~ aaehe ooun. ty, it| book 78 at page 484, lu order to hbld said premises under the p|~ovisions of Section 28414 Revised 8tatt|tes olthe U||ltt.d ~ta1~s, bo~ng the alllonnt requ|r d to hold the same for tl~o [ year ending December ~1~ 1900. And if within [ ninety d,ys from t|le so| vLce of tLns notice yOU | |~tli or reia.~e to e,)ntrlbute your proportion of ]such ext~ndit.rea~ co.')w.~r~, yore' Inler~t in s,i|l claiul will I,eeon~c 1he pr,~Imrty ot the subscrlbt~rs under the said S,'cti,,u'2824. S~|guaelle Jae. 6 l~J1 [~' I{ t':D J | YATT~ # E. T, HY.~TT. Firt pub Jan 10--last Aprll 1L