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.......... flllJ .... II II I II II i I IIIIIP I CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The You Haw Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTORIA THE O[NT&UM GOP~PANY, N~W YORK CCrV, _.f%-* ---=-.- .... Dr. Melvin of Saguache was in the[ EXamlnatlon. city Monday on business connected =ith i -. . --- "he healF "e arm nt E 1 i Tne regular examination of teachers na p e .~ age. e d ........ l for certiflcat s to teach will t)e he] at Andy and Dan Slane are worktfig an [the high school buildir)g in Snguaehe, the McEntyre-Williama and Slane cleims at Klondike. From the latest novel: "The gas lamps which at this time were not yet hghted, made the streets appear still darker." $tol~ the Cougli and Works Off the Cold, Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets care a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price 25 cents. Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16, beginning at 9 o'clock a.m. Any teach- er in the county wishing to send papers to another county to be graded should notify the undersigned at once. JOHN I. PALMER, County Supt. Frank Pittenger and A. Brewer ment to Monte Vmta on Thursday of last week on a business trip. G, O. Taylor Whiskies, good, pure, and old. WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FR[E | Write to-day for our hand-~ I some Illustrated calal*0gue [ RFA]) TIll.; I.RTTEtlS andre what beautiful ,pro-] ~r;(,~" ,mr patro,ls .... 1 ~l InII.UIIS we give ~or sel+tl]g| be COllV[I .e,[ 11~ .... o~1 ~ll our Soaps. YVe give toe:~eh~l ~lrc ii~,Mi,,, wit}i' a ill'of i parchaserof a box of o,p r,~lia )lc n ~ e im + ~: Otlg]lly e. no .~e. or bottle of Perfume th(~lr[ ~ ~ 1able I choice of some of the hand .... -- I som,~t premillmS iiI the ill~l/,!~t, l,ampa, nr:~,ce|ei:& i (;IAsswsre, Olmhvare. Knives, i:oasting Ffln~, Cake Phttes and other beautiful i)re~~mts. To ~ I! the agent who solls only 2~ boxesof Soap i (~ Im we give a ~O-Pleee I)ln.eP Set--not :~. ~ ~ toy eat--but a beautifully decorated and ..f~ 1 L VV goldtraeed, ftfllsizsforfnmilyu~, ])in- f~l~ BRISVO , . ~ereet Weaisogiva Couehe~ l:ovkers ~>J~ ]/ ~[ i~l I sm very much plea~d with my diahe~, and Dining Room Chairs t'ente~" Tables' ~'~a ~ a ~i will get up another order ,oon." Ls~ Cllrtains, Watc~ws~ Knives and ~1 Miss LULU. BESAW. Forks, Graniteware, SewmR Maehines, ~'- 1 ! N~eLSONVILLE+ OhiO. Maalcal Instruments Etc. If eashlspre- .l~'~ i Coeds received to-day. My customers are all fe~d we allow a very liberal com mis- ~~ snchla|celampsherebefore, "Will~nns.otneroraer ~v~ ~Jow ~.uh ao uuyn ~)u,e..:. ~n~cJl I I gdl $~!11 in s few dayJ. I am .l~Wre than plea~ with the to {lellv er the goodn ann .~olleet ~our %~F~" 1 mandolin, mrs. AGNES HITCIIING$. mopey ~zoro paying us. I on t ae ay. "~ 1 .~LVONA SOAP CO., ~ain ond Locust Sis., ST. LOUIS, ~0. I I III II IIIIII I I IIII I I I I I I I I I The Hende:'sol2 Wedding. Saguache_t_othe Front. I The only large wedding of the week Denver's Post had a half-tone picture1 look place last Tuesday at. tl~e United loP typhical Cob)rod:) tie]effates to the] Presbvlerian church. The (hurch wa cattle conventiw~ last week 11n,I hlbelled1 handsomely decorated with p,lm . fern,,lit "A l),,zeu Raw l~ight From thai roses lind carnati,ms. It, ws~thod.li~b wedding ,,f Mi~s [.'l,)~m..,, ,~bO York,, "o Mr. Waller Bel,i.,mm Fgo~e, and Mi~s Go ,rgia (h+rtrude Yorke to Mr. Robert Louis Henderson. The hridal party was unusually large, there being over twenty persons in it and a~they mal'olwd up the aisles, lhey formed a pictur, sque lo+~k- ing parly. The brides who are both unnsu~lly tall, handsome young women, were attned alike. Tlmir gowns were of ~hite chif- fon river white silk. Theskirt wasedged with pleated flounces of chiffon and the decolletage of the bodices was ~hirred, and outlining this wasadra~er) uf tin~ old thread lace that was II family heir- loom. They carrmd beautiful boquetsuf liliies of the valley. Miss Grace Clark was maid of henor to Miss Yorke and Miss Cathertne [Hc- Neal to Miss Gertrude. Tim best men ~ere Mr. Frank McMann ap.d Mr. George Henderson. The bridesmaids were M~ss Bueah Terrell of [",)rt MOl'~an, :Miss Aliee Mc- Kinnie, Miss Lucy Fo>ter, Miss Aimed~t R, itgers, Miss t'o.~] McMillan and Mi~ Ae.,.,i:.~.l,)r'~ N,,lice. Dora l",~.~tvr. ],iL[le Viol;tTerrell, d~ess ed i~ d;dnly wt.tt+muii, carriedtlmr/~g. I;:.::~:, ,,I ; ; n:,{,i i:. ,;, ,.< a~,,(l. ill a C;ll;, i}','(+ ",',,' tHa'i :. * ~, ::t ; :;+ I+,~:~l ;Itq~oinlcd ,, , A~],,}t, ::;/! . + :: ~ , ,' i !~l~!!Ci' l{adders, .. flJCQ;,HlJl ;~- ~ " ] , ~ ~'. :'; %+ " ,'{~" :a'~(I M;tle of ,tw u,,~:,:~ w~,r,, 1~,' Z ii, + i hail l)r.,1. N l,%,,,s, l~;~;,] i?auii,:I;v.r,[ !,,~.,i,,,d,,, ', : .... +,:, i',-,s uoli;t~:l i i',e .t,~, 1),+ 5::::H;i, tl~i,,a tiw ILti| day)of !!!;t'('[I It. Nt :;~ "'~e{r'[I {:}1 ';t~l }('r-tHis haglllg Eda,~t'd ~. (~t'a, ~r ~',.,.v Y,u'k (J'l~y, +t {(.:ailnsa;~:tms :~, ,t,-e+,ze:t~(.. ,u.lifiedaud re- '{11L'~?+'tl (> at ;~'Hd [t~I !i(' )!II'lU,SC (d' IlaV|~ brother-in-law, and LL~,,r~,, l{ Yt,r!,e, " [ ti}p ~;;i;+,, :*d.[~lsal iI. .\][ I t ]'sOIlS ill,lo|)[ct to brother of tile bt'l ies, ,..,;iv. g!it+Ill ;LA ;1t. ] -;litl e*la'(~ :It+" 1'C il.l 'St, d I*~ lll:lRe inluledlttlc { pa) tt;~qll iO rii*~ tltltlOl'SiXtlP~l, The bri,lusulah]s ~t~ ro ati ;,ttired aliRe. 1), I~ d thi~ 7, ,~ d y ,~ F~,hruarv, A. D, 1~.1()1. Their dresses wvre x~ hito l',~ms |lltll}~ ' J,)l['; i" ,\st I.l ~,, .\dnlil~lstrator. over pink alld tht,3 ~ore pi.k ch,ll' n i ................... bows 1~] Ih~lr hair ..d uii~r, d i/~l'~,, t,o+, { qUO'S Of ro e+ an i C ,I'U ~t[ ms. I The church was beuut;~ully de(:m'ated] with palms, roses, liliiesaud ~ther flow- ers. Miss Grace Clark and the friends of the Misses gorke decorated tim ch u reh for them as a tribute to their friendship. Rev. Pressly Thompson ~olemnized the marriages. At the house where a small reception wan held, the decorations were equally lavish. Mr.~. YorL~e attired in a becom- ikg gray silk gown, r+:ceived with iler two daughter,% Mrs. J. A. Terrell, of Arizona, Mrs. EdwardL. Gray of Folt Morgan and the two bridts, and all of the four daughters wore their wedding gowns, the two former also having been married within a short time. The re- ceiving party stood beneath a largefloral piece oflilhes and botween the doors and at the windows, curtains of smilax wero draped. Mr. and Mrs. Foote anti Mr. and Mrs. Henderson left on a short wedding trip. En route they will st,lp at Fort Morgan where a reception will be held m their honor. They will reside in Colorado Springs.--Colorado Springs Telegraph. Like Oliver Twist, children cry for more ~hen given One Minute Cough Cure. MoUmrs endorse it highly for croup. It quickl~ cures all coughs and colds and every throat and lung trouble. It is a specific for grippe and asthma and has long been a well known remedy fur whooping cough. Saguache Pharmacy. Not~ aud receipt books and short form bills of sale at this office. ]~anp, e." [u the gloup are two from this [ Scottcunty--Mich;el Jordan and Arthur ]t is not so much ~hat the newspapers[ say, as what neighbor sa)s to nmghbor,{' or friend t(> lrien(l, that has hrought[ Chamberhlin's C,.lh', CJlolel'a anti Diar-I rhoea [~emedy into stu.h g,nerlil use. It[ is as natural for ptopte to express their gratitude after using this remedy as it is for wltter to tiow th,wn hill. It is the one remedy that can always be depended up- on, whether a baby be Rick with cholera infantnm or a mau with cholera morbus. It is pleasaur, ~,fe and reliable. Have .~ou a bi)ttle of ir lu 3our home. For sale - b'," Saellache ]'imrmae)'. We are taki[~g orders for copper plate engraving. A full line of samples ef latest st:les may !.),~ seen at this office. ])rices are the same tls i;harged for same class of work i~l J.h,!,ver. ,}. M, Eiii~ (:;.t q." :*ml ;~ turned Friday. Colt)re(to Line. Hiss uri i' "The People's Choice. Tbl'ough wilhout change DE~ER, COLORADO SPRIN6S and PU[BtO TO KANSAS C~T~ a.d ST. LOUIS. ~)) [J I)irccl ~i(i, e To The Hot Springs of Arkansas. Free Rechning Chair Cars. E!egant Pulhnan Palace Buffet Sleopers. Government Fas~ Mail Route East and West. See )our nearest ticket ~gent or write 6. A. T lPP, G. W. F. & P. Agt., Denver,'Colo. i HEALTH FOR THE FAMILY. " take ule~sure In pr~ldpi ~'O'ar vahtablo remedy CAI$CARkSTIg. and my wholo family received relief from the first small box we tried. [ certainly recommend CASOARISTS for the cures they make and trus~ they wai find & place in everyhome. Yours for success." PI~'I~a'W~Bn, Jr.. Palm Orove Avs.. McKo~rpor t, Pa. FOR OHILDREN, "I .hell nevom be wlChont OA~CAIRET~. Sty eltiI4rel~ are =Jways delighted when I give them a ~ertlcn of a tablet, and cry for znore. 'hey are tho most pleasant medicine I bavoevor tried. They have fou~ a I~rmanen$ place in m~ homo." )[P~. JOhN ~LAO]~b. Box ~, An~al~n City, Ind. FOR PILES. "I ,u~ered the to~mrea of th~ 4~mn~i wlCh protrudln~ piles brough~ on by constipation with which [ Wall nffiicte~, for twenty sears. I ranacroMyourCASCARET~ In the town Of Newell, In,, and never found anythin~ to eq~u~| them. To- eb~Z l am sntlrely froo from ~ilOS aad fOOl Uks a now msalM~ O.H. KII~ 1~13ones St, II|olaZOlt, In. FOR HEADAOHE, "9oth III1 w~r~ am] mitsell~ #avs been usibg CAS~ARET~, ar~ tl,@~' arS the Ims'i medipine wo hate 0vsr had Io the hot~, ba~t week my wits was frantic with k~u~aehe for CARPETS.* Never before in the history of Saguache has such a llne bf carpets been shown in the town, as we now have on exhibition in our store room. This line embraces the very latest and prettiest designs in two and thro:-ply Ingrains, Extra Super and Unions, Tapestry and Body Brussels, Axmlnsters, Moquettes and Wilton Velvets, made by the well-known house of O. W. Richardson & Co., el Chicago, In prices on these goods we are prepared to compete with '~ Denver. We will make up your carpets to fit your rooms and furnish your linings at very reasonable prices. z By an ingenious device, consisting of a combination of mi#- rors, we can show you the floor of an ordinary sized room coy- ered with any of the carpets mentioned above. We are going to make a feature of this carpet llne and no one will hereafter have a reasonable excuse for sendi.ng away for their cargets. The house of O. W. Richardson and Co. are among the largest makers and dealers in carpets. We will at all times have samples of their latest designs. We can show you many nlce things in Linoleums and oil cloths. Come and see the goods, get prices, and let us talk to you about carpets. The 60tlhelf Tarbell Hcrca.tile Co. The man-- Or was it a woman? "There is a man somewhere in the employ of the Pull- man company who has much to answer for. He is the official who selects or decides the furnishings of the corn- pany's cars. Probably no single inun in this country has the npportunity far so direct and helpful an influence in the extension of good taste in furnishings. Yet, year by year he allows the opportunity to placidly pass him by." Ladies' Home Journal for October. If the man--or perhaps it was a woman--who wrote the above will.~indly inspect the sleepil~g cars on the Bur- li~gton's 4 p. m. and 10 p. m. trains for Omaha, Chicago and St. Louis, he or she will admit that there are SOME cars to which his or her criticisms do not apply. Tickets at Offices of Connecting Lines. Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth St, G. W. VALLERY, General Agent, DENVER. P. S.--Very low rates to Montana end the Pacific Northwest every Tuesday in February, March and April, ask about them. I II I II I seem Oda+ ?0 CIIICAt]O The I-~eliable Route TH POPULAR LIN TO LUDVILLE, GLENWOOD SPRIHG$ ASPEN, GRAHD JUNCTION raI ce 81eelfiug Cars AND ORiPPLE OREEK I}i.ing Cars. Reaohee all the prlnoipal towns and rain, Chai r Cars Free. |nO[ o~mp8 in O01orado~ Utah and New Mexioo. ALL PASSES THROUGH Owned and Operated by SALT LAKE OITY cmca o, MILWAUKEE EH ROUTE TO ARD FROM PACIFIC COAST. & St. PAUL RAILWAY. rilE TOURIST'S FAVORITE LINt For furthemformationaddress J. E. PRESTON, TO ALL MOUNTAIN RE8ORTS. Commercial Agent, 10"29 Seventeenth 81. tU through trains equlpped with Pullman Palac( Denver. Colin ado. and Tourist Sleeping Car. For elegantly illustrated descrlptive books fre~ ~f cost, address ~.T.JEFFERY, A.S, HUGHES, S.K. HOOPE,R, ~ta~l 6n'1Mgr. ~ra~c Man~er. ~en'l P. &T. ~r DENVER, COLORADO. Private and lahr0n~c' Diaeases of ~d~ CONSULT ~ieu enfforing from c-vfi e~- [ f'.ets., of youthful.. ~z.di'_ .... crc< I t runs, syphilis, Wet)or t hoes, ~f ~11~ g!oet, strictu;% sexual .~ v;~aknoss, varicoeolc, un- I~1~:-~[~ l~atural discharg,.s, lost |~p' ~:~ ~'~t, al.Ltlt~, failing mcmory,. I .~ .~ :~:~ unfitness to marry, blood, | ~!i~" ~ tin, kidney or privat0 dis- ~;~ eases, aro speedily cured. Jl~_~.f~lk /)tL. COOK has spe~:t 30 ~1~ ~/,,cars of persistent study ~/~ anti experience in his own ~~jpract:ce and among tho ~'^~R ~OOK largest Eastern hcspitals uU~U w in curing this class of dis- sage@ and. xv 1[ g,aarantce :/ou a permanent cure et moderato cost, ~[[o has cured l"'.,msands who ~houghtthoircas~sh~pe~ess. Allle~u : : -~rivate, Write for question bmnk, Consulratw~ :roe, Mmlieines ~en~ free /:tun observatiom ~vOOk P]alitati ~0, ~