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| m|l i iiiii i ,,i i Attorney at Law, School opened again Monday with an Sa uac o, I Tired. - 5 el;n'* Monday was a regular winter day at Will practice in all courts, this place. There is an ,,honest tired feel- Walter Justice sprained his ankle quite I'L AARON LORD, M.D. ing," caused by necessary toil and severely last Friday night while dis- CRZSTONZ, COLORADO cured by natural rest. mounting from his horse. But very different is "that tired w.M. Brasheer moved into his new feeling," from which so many com. residence the latter part of last week. plain and which may even be While at the sawmill the latter part of classed as a disease, last week Clarence Ickee had the mis That tired feeling takes you to fortune to lose one of his horses. bed tired and wakes you up tired Ad Hall, of Lower Saguache, was do- You have no appetite, have bil- ing business In C~ntsr Monday. ious taste, dull headache, are nor- W.K. Mania on Monday commenced VOUS and irritable, blue, weak and the erection of a two room dwelling for discouraged. Messrs. Walter Ickes and Waiter Ayers, In such conditions Hood's Sarsa- just south of the church, where the tm) s parilla does a world of good. say they are going to batch. It begins in the right place--in Wm. Willis purchaseddlotsjust south the blood, purifying it and impart- of Germain & Sheridan's new shop Sat- urday where he will immediately begin ing vitality, then its tonic effect is to erect a building 20x40 feet for an ira- felt by the stomach, kidneys and plement store. liver; appetite comes back, all waste Win. Miller, [Soses Slaughter and Mr. is removed naturally, headaches Tucker and families, took their depart- cease, that tired feeling departs and ure Tuesday for the Oklahoma country, you feel like a new person. [ they took the overland routs. May luck This has been the experience of be with you gentlemen. thousands. It will be yours if you take I. Tucker made a trip to Saguache last week to deliver some gas lamps which he Hood's had sold at that place. Jess Hess, of Hooper was a Center vis. Sarsap rilla ,torSaturday. a W.W. McCoy made a trip to Hoover Sold by all druggists. Prepared last Monday. by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The new front in the old drug store is quite neat and by far the nicest in the town LOCAL HAPPENINGS The dance last Friday night was one of the old time dance8 s~ch as Center Good lumber for sale at Jonas & Co. is noted for, and that there,was a large crowd and that they enjoyed themselves ~. O. ~lor ~Fhisklcs, are dcrtdedlyflne goes without saying. When you want Bonanza has two tickets in the field to have a good time come and join us. for the town offices. Gee. Hiner, who has been working Remember Dr. Terry's dates--Ameri- for J. L. Hurt, has accepted a lob wits lhe Mean's Bros. for the summer riding can House April 4th to 9th. after cattle. For flour, grain, baled hay and pota- Quite a number of Centeritee were do- toes, go to Jones & Co. Ing business in Monte Vista last week. Alfred Schaefer returned Tuesday Gee. McCormick's little boy has been from a trip to Denver.--Press. quite sick with pneumonia for the past Dr. Terry, the Denver dentist, will be week. with us again from April 4th to 9th. Walter Hawk is on the sick list this week. I will pay cash for dressed hogs, hides and pelts. W O. HUET, Moffat, Colo. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the O. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow In popularity diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that in by Conetitu- tional ramedios. Deafness is caused by an in- Mrs. Daugherty and son of Center wer~ flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Crestone vimtors Wednesday.--Eagle. Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and whoa it m entirely closed deafness is the re- Dr. Terry, the Denver dentist, will be suit, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- at the American House April 4th to 9th. ties, bearing w~ll be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is The masquerade ball at DunEs hall nothing bat an inflamed conditxon of the mu- cous snrfaccs, on the night of the 15th was largely at. wc will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot tended. De cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure ~end for cir- culars, free. Mrs. H. M. Bryan closes her school F.J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7Be. in the L~wrence district on Friday of Hall's Family Pills are the best this week. A Fine ~)olleot]on. Eat first class short-order meals at The fine collection of Colorado birds Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when mounted by George R. Loucks has been in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice, sold to the county high school for the A four hole "Majestic" steel range, in' sum of $i0. The collection embraces good condition, a fine baker, can be ee- ! more than 100 specimens and the price cured at a bargain by calling at thisI IS very reasonable. The collection is office, purchased out of the funds received from the entertainments aud does not come It is reported that Homer Weimer and out of any moneys belonging to the Art Creger are to buy George Loucks' school board. barber shop. 6,0.Tayl0Whhklu ~talMdbytt~ weakwtotomacM Work still continues at Klondike camp and a little good ore is being produced Best teas, coffees and groceries at low- from the Woods-Bryan properties, eat prices at Jones'. Patrons of the American House speak An Honest Medicine for La Grippe. very favorably of its new management. George W. Waitt, of South Gardiner The table is good, the beds excellent Me., says: "I have had the worst cough, and the attention given guests all that cold, chills and grip and have taken lots could be desired, of trash of no account but profit to the Turn out on the night of the 29th and vender. Chamberlaln's Cough Remedy is hear the boys and girls of 30 years ago the only thing that has done any good give an old fashioned "School Exhibi- whatever. I have used one bottle of it ties." and the chilis, cold and gripp have all left me. I congratulate the manufao- Q. O. TayloP IVhi$ktes~ hone$t~ttptsrtf~ lurers of an honest medicine." For sale Stray l~otlco by Saguache Pharmacy. Game to my place on the Lower Sa- Proposals for Bridge Lumber. guaohe last summer, a red heifer calf The Board of County Commisstoners about a year old branded reversed ~ on el Seguache county invites bids for fur. left side. Owner m requested to take nishlng the different road districts of the property and pay for this notice, county with brldge lumber and timber Gzo. P. ET.Lm. for the year 1901. Bids to be for lumber It will be worth twice the price of ad- delivered to the respective districts. All mission to hear Tommy Noland sing lumber to be of good quality red spruce, "Twinkle Little ~.tar" at the concert at and planks to be 4 inches thick and not the high school on the 29th. less thnn 8 inches m width. Bids to be filed with the County Clerk Notice. on or before the first Monday fn April, As I am liable to leave Saguache in a 1901. By order of the Board. short time I desire that all parties who have taxidermist work at my shop us- LEE FAIRBANKS, Clerk. paid for to call and get same at on~e, TO Duck Hunters and Others. Otherwise the heads will I~e sold. GEe R. I~ucxa. No hunting allowed on the ranches of Means Bros. & Ashley. Violations will To The Public. be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the We have moved part of our mill stock law. MEAlVS BRos. & ASHLEY. = into P. M. Jones' old store building east Miss Thals MoMullin entertained a of CB~E~T office wbere we will con- party of friends lest Saturday evening. duct a general grain business. Those present were: Mmses Halcyon The Saguache Mills. Ellis, Lizzte and Hope Wilhams and = O. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pur~. Grace Penner, and Messrs. James Lock- ett, Edgar Notsnd, Walter Hammond O.d~L, mlrJL~O1=L.ip,,~L, and Hugh Williams. In the guessing ~tl~ ~.qST~ gi~ YOU Have Alwa~ Bought ctmtest whmh was one of the features of 0~f ~~~ the evening, Miss EHis took first prize and Miss Hope Williams second prize. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Store. J. TJfACY MELVIN, M D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OSlea opp(mite Amerlcan House, San Juan ave- aau. Calls promptly answered, day or night. :~ xaminlng Surgeon U. 8. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D, VilIa Grove.. Colo. Ill CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. THe. AEEICAN HOUGH SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS. M. E. OOLVlN, PROP. This house has recently changed hands. The new management will aim to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beck and an excellent table can be rehed upon. Tho sa[uacbo i]ounty Bank, Pioneer Bank of 8aguacbe County. Orsanized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 18#2 CAPErAL STOCK, 0,000.00. A C-cr~=~ Banking B~- n~s Transacted. Drafts Issued on Prindpal Cities Europe. Safe Deposit Box.~ for Rent. OFF]CERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOT'J!HELF, Premdent, LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. ..... ~ WM. F. BOYD, Asst. (~mhier MARK BIEDELL. COBRF~PONDEN I~S. Kountze Bros., New York City. Fist National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank. Pueblo, Colo. VILLA 6ROVE AND 8AGUACHE 8TAOE LINE. Carries mail, paseengers and exprasa I~eave~ Villa Grove ........... 9:4.5 a.m, Arrives at Saguache .......... 1:15 p.m. Learns Sa~_uaohe ............. 1:30 p.m. Arrives at Vtlla Grove ........ 51(}0 p.m. F. H. CARLSON. Proprietor. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In 8agunche County REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--tbe fa- mous gram field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- zdenM, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. [. E. BURLINGAME & CO., CHEMICAL t ASSAY OFRGE,,- LA.O.A,O. gstebtJekedin Colorado.l~, 8smplss by mat.lot e=pre=s willreceive pro~spt and careful stteatioa ~ld & ~llva~ |nlJJaa RoSned, MMted tsd Ammlf~l WIB W vnlel MMI,IMn O~q PURCHAflgD. Concenlration or car ,cad Iota, . ee~e Write for terms. , T 36 1758 Lewyosae St, Denver. Cole. i um i A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete:line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. Thi~ 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 cheaper to fine metalio casket~. I b~tve a h~r~. DOCTORS Prescribe them I)ecaus~ the), never vary from one standard of mcdicinnl quality~ the highest -- zn,I d(~ct,,rs nre careful folks. You trust your iamily doctor--O| course. Ask him, fl TAYLOR .U./ In sealed bottles only Of Druggists. PERSONAL. Dr. Terry, the Denver be at the American April 4th to 9th. L. C. Townsend is now visiting in Sa- lida. A Mr. Martin of Salida was a Saguache visitor last Friday. D. M. Davison of Villa Grove was in town the first of the week: Humphrey Fullerton is driving the Villa Grove stage for a few days. W. J. Abrams of Creetone was a coun- ty seat visitor last Friday and Saturday. Will and Mary McDonough came down yesterday from Los Pines for a few days vimt with friends. Dan Mahoney was down from Bonanza las~Friday after ra=ch produce for his Bonanza meat market. Sheriff Williams was serving legal pa- parhss in Moffat and Creetone on Monday and Tuesday. E. M. Greene went to Crestone last week to look the camp over with a view to oPening up au assay office. W. E. Cox and C~" A. Merriman, two Alamosa attorneys, were doing business in Saguache on Friday of last week. qm L. S. Lockett and family came up from the 41 country last Friday after- noon for a visit with their folzs here. O. P. Allen and family are now located on the Redman ranch on Lower Sa- guache, purchased a fe~ months ago. Will I~ckett who is working for Har- ry Lockett in the 4:1 sectzon came up to attend the masquerade ball on the 15th. W. W. Idea went to Denver the first of the week. He will stop over at Canon City and see hi~ family before he re-! thrns. George Loucks and family will leave inside the next thLrty days for Dallas, Oregon, near which place they expect to settle on a farm. Louis Schwanbec~, formerly known as the "Duke of Saguache," was down from Denver last week in the interest of the Milwaukee Brewery. Henry C. Dorris, who killed himself at hie ranch on the Rio Grands last wtmk, was a brother-m-law of Mrs. George Robertson, of thi~ place. Herbert Hodding, Alba Ward,.Frank Stahl, Carl Williams and Byron Fox, slier the Upper Saguache, were dawn last Friday night for the masquerade. Chauneey W. Moffit has filed a com- plaint against his wife, Belle Moffit, in the county couyt asking for a divorce On the ground af extreme and repeated cruelty. Miss Hope Jones, daughter of former superintendent, D. S. Jones, m now on. rolled as a student in the'county high school. She is making her home at Mr. Sam Jewell's. Dacre Dunn brought Wm. Ward home from the Dunn ranch on Monday even- ing. Will has contracted a very bad cold and~had to suspend work on his electrical contracts until he gets bettor. Mrs. Charles Potts, of Villa Grove, on Saturday of last week wen*. to Salida Mrs. Potts has been m poor health for sometime and she may decide on taklng a course of treatment at the hospital in Salida. Mrs. M. E. Colvin on Tuesday receiv- ed word that her mother, Mrs. M. Milch- era, had died at her home near Nabs, Pike county, Ill. Mrs. Mitchem was about 73 years of age and has been in poor health for some time. See that you get the original DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it. The genuine is a certain cure for piles, sores and skin diseases. Saguache Pharmacy. WANTED--Capable. reliable penon in every county to represent large company of solo nnan- clal reputation. ~ salary l)8r ~'ear payable weekly, $3 per day absolutely sure and all expen- ses, ~tralght, bonafido, d,'flnlte salary, no com- mission, a:tlary paid each Saturday and expeneo money advanced such week. 8TANDABD He USE, ~ Dz^asot~ ~. Cmo.~o. Germs of disease ehould be promptly expelled from the blood. This ia a time when the system is especially susceptible to them. Get rid of all im puritie~ in the blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and thus fortify your whole oody and prevent illness. 8ehooI Entertainment. The patrons of the school are invited to attend tha closiug exhibition given by my school Friday night March 29, at the school house. Admtes/on 25 cenfs, ohil- dren ]5 cents The program is M folows: Music. Recltatlon ....................... Joimny Morgan Old Booer. Recltatlon ............................ Sallie Beery Chatter Box Song ................................... Four Boys Dlal-ougue ...... Margaret Lockett and Llzzle Williams Pride. Recitation ............................ Oscar Bryan Song ............................ Addle Falrbanks llec~tation .......................... Mary Morgan Poor Thomas. Recitation ........................... Luiu Palmer Mary Had a Little Lamb. Recitation ............................. Joe Beery Mary's Lamb. Motion Song ............................... School t~ecit, ttlon ........................ Ernest Hazmd Recitation ............................. Julia Boyd Pretty Little Tabble Cat. Essay ............................ ,Johnny Palmer Girls. Song .................................. Ella Tarbell Come And ~ee Me. Recitation .......................... Jesse Morgan Dialogue ........... Margaret Lockett/Jo~ Beery Mattlc's Lesson. Recitation .................... Tommy Alexander Moving the Capital. Song ............................. Margaret Lockett Becitation ........................... Lottie Nehls Essay ............................. Lee Fairbanks Boys. Recitation .......................... Helen Melvin Babybye. Recitation ........................... Anna ~eans Song .................. ; ..........Thomas Noland Twinkle, Twinkle, It is expected that school selectman John Melvin will be present. Wzz.,za.~ LocxE~r, Teacher. A Horrible Outbreak. "Of large sores on my little daughter's head developed into a ease of scald head" writes C. D. Isbill, of Morgantown0Tenn. but Bucklen's Arnica Salve completely cured her. It's a guaranteed cure for eczema, totter, salt rheum, pimples, sores ulcers and piles. Only 25c at Lord & Wilcox's drug store, Crestone, Colo. DIED Last evening Mr. Charles Tarbell re- ceived a message from Denver stating that his faf her, Edward Tarbell, had died that afternoon. Mr. Tarbell was 79 years old on the 16th of February and has been failing ia health for some years and had lately grown quite feeble. He was a native of Maine and moved to Iowa in 18i9. In 1872 with his family he came to Colo- rado and settled at Golden. Ever since that time he has made thin state his home. He leaves the following children: Charles Tarbell of Saguache, Edward Tarbell o~ Aspen, Harry Tarbell of Sa- guache, Mrs. W. L. Hartman of Pueblo and Winfield S. Tarbell of Denver. Mr. Charles Tarbell goes to Denver to- day to take charge of the funeral. G. O. Tayl0~ Whlek~ss, ar. pure med~1~al .tlmulenl* A Widow's Love Affatr, Recelves a set baok if she has often- eive breath through constipation, bil- lousnesa or stomach trouble, but Dr. King's New Life Pills always cure those troubles, clean the system, sweeten the breath, banish headache, beat in the world for liver, kieneys and bowels. On ly 25o at Lord & Wilcox's drug store, Crestene, Colo. G.0 Taylor Whiskies of great value to the sidle Their promptness and their pleksant effects make DeWitt's IAttle Early Ris- ers most popular little pills wherever they are know. They are simply perfect for liver and bowel troubles. Saguaohe Pharmacy. For beat garden eseds go to P. M. Jouee & Co. Our exchanges throughout the valley in speaking of the burning of the Villa DIRECTORY, Twelfth Judicial Dlstriet. Judge--Hen. C. C. Holbrcek. Clerk--Lee Fairbanks. Attorney~J. D. Pilcher, Legf elatlve. Senator--Hen. Clark W. Roe. Representative--Hnn. Mike White. County O~ccra. Judge--Hen, O. D. Bry,n. Clerk~Lee Fairbanks. Treasurer--S. Jewell. Sheriff--Eugene Williams. Aseessor--T. M. Alexander. Supt, of Sohnols--J. L Palmer. Surveyor--Tom I. Atwood. Coroner--Dr. O. P. Shippey. Attorney--Inc. W. Davidson. County Physician--Dr. J. T. Melvin. COMMISSIONERS John ~Velty, Chmrman. Frank Brown. Johh E. Ashley. Town of 8aguacho. Mayor--John Lawrence. Olerk~B. P, Stubbs. Treasurer--W. H, Ham. Marshal--D. J. Morgan Magistrate--Birt Clare. Aldermen--J. J. Keller, J. W. Davideon, Dallas StubSs, P.W. Luengen, W, F. Boyd sad Lon Brewer. School Board. Preszdent--John Lawrence. Secretary--Dr. J. T, Melvin. Treasurer--W. A. Johnson Teachers. Prineipal--J. B. Morgan. Assistant--J. R. Morgan Gramma~--J. W. Beery. Intermediate--Miss Lizzie Williams. Primary--Miss Margaret "Lookett. Centenmai Lodge, No. 25, I, O. O. F, ~~iMeets at Odd FelJow~' Hall unn's brick block), esday evsming at 8 o'clock, siting brothers are invit- to attend. O. D. BR~AN, N.G. BznT CLAns. l~e~'etary. Amethyst Rebekah L~odRe, NO. 68, Meets at Odd Fellows Hall the first and third Friday nights of each month at 7 o'clock. Mas. DAisY LO~KETT, Mns. J. I, PA~ztm~, Secy. Noble Onmd, ~)IJvo Branch. r.odge, No. 89, A.F,&A,M. ~Regular meetings held on the Satur. day on or betore the full moon in each month at the Masome Hall, (Dunn'a brick bl,~k), at 7~ p.m. JOHN E. ASHLEY, W. M FAIa~A~O~S. Seoratar~, ISaguaohe Caml~ No. 98, W. of W. Meets in Odd Fellows Hall the second and fourth Saturday nights of each month ALVA SCANDRETT, C. C, W C, hooxE~,r, Olerk. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS Denver, @olor~do DAILY AND WEEKLY The Great Repre~eutativa New~l~mp~~ of the Rocky Mountain Stat~ ~nd Territories n the New~ from An the Weald, rnu~t~mttone, ~ ST~t~ Yeatmu~ Eta, Ere, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily aud Sunday, permonth,---* $ .T~ Sunday only (3~ to 36 lmd~s),per year ~.~O Weekly, per year ........ 1.00 A ddreas ROCKY MOUNTAIN lq~/~, DENVEI~ COLOItADO Grove depot all allude to the fact that WANTED--(P~apabie, reliable person in eve~ county to represent large companI of solid flas~- the Gottholf & Tarbell MercantileCo, . e]ai. rcp.u]aUo~ $9~" sal0r,~ per year0 .patyabl~ weezLy. ~ per any anso~u~, y sure and alt expea. had a large consignment of goods con- sep, stra,ght, boaa.fldg, defimte ~dary, uo oomo sumed at that time. Thie is an error, mmmon, salary paid each Satu _rt~y and money a~vancea each week. BTANDAILD We are reliably informed that not to ex- HOUSE, asl, Dr,~maos S~., C~ea~o. ceed $50 worth of their goods were in the [ depot at that time. Thmr large spring [ m~I~G APPLICATION, stock had all been freighted over before I he R,=--*ho lnot 10='~ leavin- viii* ] No. 556. Mineral 8m'vey No. 14586 ........... '~ -- " J U, S. Land Ofl~ce at Del Norte, Cole., Grove the day before. [ March 12,1901 y "~ .... | Notice is hereby g~ven tlia~ the Bonanza City In a short time a new Jesse o~ Odd i Deveiopme~)t Company', b~ J onn E Ashley its , .., . ... . ~ . ~ _._ _ a~ol'ney, WhOSe postomeels/;~onanza, Colorsdo, J~'eliows Will DO lns$II;U[,Ott a6 ~ras~one, hasmad llc e aPp atlon for a patent for 1500 lhI. ,~^~,~.;~ ~.~ ~s ~;~ ~o~ t..s ear teeton me S~em Winder lode bearln old and s leer, tile same being 965 feet N 24' 50 W been /nrlted to attend and holp them ~lnd 5~sfeqts2P.~o' E fi'om discovery sha:t - ur^...n^.o..~n .~,. c~.~.,^_~ ~.~_~ hereon, Wlt, U 8urIaee grouud 300 feet lU width, OU~ YYm u~*~umu~ sum ~Jx~m~taau~ ,~em S Ituate in Kerber creek mmlug district, will start out with a membership of guaehecqunty, Colorado, andd~scrihed In tl~ pta~ auu nelu notes ou file In this office, as fol. about 40. lows, viz: Beginning at cor No. l ~hence the W ~A cor The sheep men all roport having oomo sec 20, twp47, N B8 E N M I'M bears 8"~* 29' W ~97.~ feeh thence S 2~" 50* E 1500 lvet to cor through the winter without any loss to No. 2. Thence N 65" 10' E 300 feet tocor No & [hence N 2~" 50' W 1500 feet to cor No. 4. T~encs speak of. Andrew Forbes informs us s 65" I0' W ~0~ feet to cot No. 1, the place o~ be that out uf 1200 head he only lost three, ginnivg. Net m'ea containing 9.07~ acres, ex. pronely, exceptlng and excluding all conflict wlth su,'vcv8 Non. 1554 Booer lod(t anti 1556 ~n Jtt~ Fred Groening is sick with mumps quln ~ode and farming a portlnn el the W ~4 o~ and is confined to hm home. This ia a sec 20, twp 47, N it 8 Eof~he N M F M. disease which he overlooked in youth when it is essy.--courier. George 8herman, who has been cut- tins meat for Dan Mahoney at Bouanza has returned home. Brc~l. I will endeavor to supply the deman( for bread. It will be on sale at Mrs. Danieis' store Will also bake pies and oaks to oxder. MRs. K~EszY. Box papers at the C~gSOF~T office. ~Lis signature is on every box of the g~nuine alive .hl. t~ nm~t~ ti~t m s Reid t= mm ~ aid location belng recorded tu ~ 78, L~ of. 1.hs race.roe of Saguacne county, eooioralo. AdJOlnlng claims su.r ~o, l~t Rover..aml ~Z: ~o. 1586 San ouaqula hRles, otl~ers if.troy tin, known. First pub March 14-tut May 16. Notice of Forfeittum. To John Nevltt. You are "hereby notified th&t we lzave ex- pended One Hundred Dollars lt~ labo~ and im- provements upon the Mystic lod~ ~lt~tte ~n Cochetop~ mining district, 8agt~olae eoBnty, Colorado, tlIe location 'certiflca~ of wh|Bh IS recorded m the records of said I~laguacheeom~ ty, In book 78 at page 484, In order to hold &*lid I~remises under the provisions ofS~cUon 2~ Revised Statutes el the United ~ttttea, being the ataoUnt required to hold the same for the year ending December el, 1900. And If within nlnety days/rom tbe service of this iIotie. Fo~ fall or refuse to 0ontrlbuto your proporla(m of such expenditure as co.qw.era, your IBlere~t In said cintra will become Ihe property Ot tha subscribers under the said Section 8~uaehe Jau. 6, l~l. FReD HTA~, E, T. HYAYT. /rift pub Jan 10--1ant Apzll 11,