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u lU i i i i nnln ....... Illllll I SNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Off]co in Croutons Drug Store. J. TMM CY MEL VIN, M. D. PHYSICI&N AND SURGEON, O~ieo oplKmite &merman House. [San Juan aw- aae. Calls promntly answer~l, day or night, I xamtnlng Surgeon U. 8. Fension Bureau. 487. inl n O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa C-rove, Colo. q CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saquache, Colo. THg AMRRIGAN IOUSH SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS, M, [, OOLVINi PROP, This house has recently daanged 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. Thu 8a uuchu O0nnly Bank Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Organized, May. 1880. Incorporated, July, 1852. cAPrr STOCK, o,000.00. A Ge~al Banking Bml- ncss Tramacte~L I)raffts Irat~.a on Principal Cities M Europa Sa~ Deposit Boxe.,~ for Rznt. OFFICER8 AND DIRECTORS. iSAAC GOTTHELF, President. I~EOPOLD MAYER, Vic~-Pr~. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. Wx. F. BOYD, A~t. Cuhier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDENTS. Kount~ Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank. Pueblo. Colo. VILLA OROVE AND 8AGUACHE 8TAOE LINE, Carries mail, passengers and express. Leaves Villa Grove ........... 9:4,5 a.m. Arrives at Seguach~ .......... 1:15 p.m. Leaves Saguaehe ............. 1:80 p.m. Arrives atVdla Grove ........ 5:00 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--the fa- mous grain field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- ldentJ, taxes paid and msur. anee written. SAGUACHE, COLO. ill i i HI [, E. BURLINGAME a CO., lglY 0FFi0E,- C. MlCA-, LABORATORY M~tabliahedia Colotado,lll(M. Samples br mallet stress will receive iwoSn~ sad es~Lul att~ttfon fluid L Sliest Saillam RORm~J, Molted and A0~J WlS Ugh|el UalJJvu ON PURCHASED. enn~estrsflan Tntt.--100 Ibm or ear loud lots, ~'V|,UOII|| align l VVm Writs for terms. 17 :~ ! 735 Lswrssoe $t,, Denver, Colo. i i Jill A, BREE I1, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and coln- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. Thin department is in charge of'one who hu had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from ~e oheap~t to fine metalio caskets. I kava a h~, Hood's Sarsaparilla Has won success far beyond the effect of advertising only. The firm hold it has won and retains upon the hearts of the people could never have been gMned by even the most lavish expenditure of money. Tbe true secret of the popularity of Hood's Sarsaparilla Is explained entil~]y and only, by its unapproachable ~IERIT. Based upon a preseMption which cured people considered incurable, which accomplished wonders astonish- ing to the medical profession, Hood's Sarsaparilla Includes tim concentrated values of tim best-known vegetable remedies-- such as sarsaparilla, yellow dock, pipsis- sews, uva urnS, mandrake and dande- lion, united by an original and peculiar combination, proportion and process, giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla curative power peculiar to itself. Its cures of mild and extreme cases of scrofula, eczema, psoriasis, and every kind of humors, as well as of ca- tarrh and rheumatism~prove it to be the best blood purifier ever produced. Its cures of dyspepsia, biliousness. nervousness, loss of appetite and thin tired feeling, make Hood's Sarsaparilla beyond question the greatest stomach tonic, nerve-builder and strength- restorer the world has ever known. It will cure you or any one in your family of any of these troubles. You can rely upon Hood's Sarsaparilla as a thoroughly good medicine. Buy a bottle and begin to take it today. LOCAL HAPPENINGS G. O. Taylor Whiskies, are acc~dedtff fine Bluestone in any quantity at the Gott- helf & Tarbell Mer. Co's. Mrs. Ides has been sick at Canon City the past ten days with tonsilitus. Dr. Terry, the Denver dentist, will be with us again from April 4th to 9th. Get your Bluestone at tbe Gotthelf & Tarbell Mer. Co's. Lowest prices. Ed Coohrau has been having a siege with lumbago during the past ten days. I will pay cash for dressed hogs, hides and pelts. W.O. HUNT, Moffat, Colo. Clyde Welch has completed hm con- tract of painting on the W. W. Iden house. The town election takes place on Tues- day. So far as we know but one ticket is in the field. S. Oscar Paoffitt is now clerking at the Beckley Pacl~mg House in the place of Homer Weimer, resigned. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs'. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postofl]ce. For Sale--Twenty-five yards of good rag carpert at forty cents a yard. In- quire at the Beckley Packing House. The mother of Nestor Pacheco died on last Friday morning. She was quite old and has been very feehle for some time. Turn out on the n~ght of the 29th and i hear the boys and girls of 30 years ago give an old fashioned "School Exhibi- tion." The people of Bonamza are pleased over the fact that they have a paper of tl~eir own. Bonanza m going to he a hummer this summer. Hen. J. M. Warden who has been spending the winter at Canon City, was in town Wednesday on business.--Monte Vista Journal. It will be worth twice the price of ad- mission to hear Tommy Noland sing "Twinkle Little Star" at the concert at the high school on the 29th. Samuel Forbes, who lives on the Low- er Saguache, brought a load of grain over to his father's railroad camp Satur- day, returning home Sunday.--Eagle. Word was received here a few days ago that Noel, the seven year old son "of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Phillips, had died from diphtheria at their home at Colbran, Mesa county. Library Books An.effort is being made to get together the books belonging to tim old Saguache library and put them in the county htgb school. All persons who 'have any of these books are requested to hand them toProf. J. B. Morgan. It is also hoped that some of our citizens will donate books to the library. The many friends in this place of Charles Timney, of Bonanza will be pleased to learn that he is considered out of danger and his recovery is only a mat- ter of short time. It was reported here on Sunday that he had died on Satur day. As it ~as he had a very severe seige of pneumonia, but careful nursmg aud a good constitution pulled him through. (:t .A. ~t r" O tel :]1: AL. Dr. Terry, the Denver Dentist,i iwilI be at the American Home~ ~Irom April 4th to 9th. DIED John L. Terry at the residence of his son, Charles W. Terry, of Hillside, on March lith, 1901. Mr. Tarry was born in Virginia, Nov. 3, 1830, and was 70 years, 4 months and 11 days of age. Funeral services were hold at Cotopaxi, by Roy. H. O. Verman of the M. E. church and the remains in- Paints, 0ils, Varnish, Furn Enamel, Gold Paint, terred in the Cotopaxt cemetery March 15th. Mr Terryremovedwithparents]Varn Stains from Virginia to Illinois in 1840, heeame west in 1851 and took up the life of the PaintBrushes and White- washBrushes D. S. Jones was up from Veteran last Friday. Will Cole of Mirage was a Saguache visitor last Saturday. Mock Ellis came down from Bonanza last Friday and returned Saturday. Dan O'Neil of D:I NorSe was a Sa- guache visitor the first of the week Marquis White drove a passenger over from Villa Grove on Sunday in the storm. Mrs. Rose Townsend is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. L. S. I~ckett, in the 41 country. Mrs. C. A. Potts a~d little son of Villa Grove are visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Ware.--Mail. Mrs. Art Wilcox who has been visiting R. H. Lampson's family returned home resterday.--Eagle. Mrs. James Forbes, who has been very II during the past week, ie now said to be rapidly recovering. Matt Conners, a former resident of Russell Springs, came up from Creeds last week on a brief visit. Miss Lavinia Munro was a guest of Miss Myrtle Campboll from Thursday until tho first of the week. John Lawrence was a passenger on Tuesaay's e~ge bound for Denver to wit~ess the expiring gasps of Colorado's legislature. Elmer Redmond was up from Canon City Saturday returning Sunday. He has a position in the state penmtentiary. ~Salida Record. O~en Malone reports having had a )leasant visit with Uncle Harvey Wil- cox in Los Angeles, and that he is look- ing and feeling better than for years past. Duncau Marshall and wife left the first of the week for San Diego, California. They will visit various portions of the state bolero d~iding on a permanent lo- cation. We trust they will like theeoun- try as well as they anticipate. John Mahoney came down from Bo- nanza (,n Tuesday and from him we team that Mrs. N. A. Cole died on Mon- day. Mrs. Colo had been quite an in- valid for some montbs. Mr. Mahoney took up the casket for her burial. George Smitb, a =ntractor and .build- er of Leadvdlo, was in town last Satur- day in company with his brother, John Smith of Carnero Mr. Smith is now on his way to his old home m Cornwall, England, and will be absent from Colo- rado some months Barn the ,~ The Kind You Have klwap Bought NEW LIFE From old age ~ se~en )'cm.~ of ripening in the wood, then-- bottled cct!air, ty. And sea:ed, and stamped ~ith the maker's name. And warranted ~ pure~tipe mellow Every hottle of fl TAYLOR Raver ~old in balk. OI Dn~,lm, Gm~en, and L/~mlad 13~d~ pioneers of that day and was a true rep- resentative of his class, trustworthy and generous to a fault. He leaves many true friends and one son to mourn hie Io~. J.O, M. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applieations as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, nnd that is by constitu- tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in- flamed condition of the mucous linin~ of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets mflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it xs entirely closed deafneas 4s the re- salt, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to ~ts normal condi- tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; niue cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed conditmu of the mu- cous surfaces. We w~ll give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that ~.nnot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ~end for cir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. 8old by Druggists, 75c. Bali's Family Pills are the best. CENTElt she re. Sunday was another winter day. W. M. Brashear and family were called to Monte Vista last week on account of the illneu of Mr. Brasheer's sister, Mrs. Soobey. Miss Lottie Blackmore is now the lady olerk at the Wheat Belt etore. Gee. Benjamin's new store balding is nearly completed. J. M. Warden of Canon City is doing business in this part of the country this week. E. Coil/or began the erection of Mr. Stewart's new house the latter part of the week. Clarence and Then. Iekes made a trip to the maw mill again the first of the week. I. W. Rice was out from Monte Vista the last of the week. R. E. Clapp is kept busy these days aauling machinery from Hooper for Hess & Brashear. S. E. Slots was m town Monday with a load of baled hay for W. W. McCoy. The Oklahoma boomers pulled out the latter part of the week. .! I. Tucker's wife and son arrived from! California Saturday night, i Dr. Bradburn and Jute Lawrence l were out duck hunting Friday but the! ducks were too fast for them. W. K. Mania finished Ickee & Ayres oachelor den last week but the boys bane not moved in as yet. l When you want to see a real live town just come out to Center and we will show you a good time. Walter Justice says riding a bicycle with one foot is not what it la cracked up to be for he has tried it, Miss Zella Collier left for Denver on Tuesday for a short visit with relatives. P. A. Amis and family of Carnero were doing bun/hesS in town Monday. Mrs. Dr. Powell of Monte Vista was in the city Tuesday. ~. O. Tay[o*~Whil]lll* Sre pure mefflclnal stlma|ants Charley Lawley has p'archased a team wagon and a harness of Charles Blodg- out and is getting ready to commence ranching. He has rented the Upper Sa- guache ranch of John Farrington. While ropmg a horse at his ranch on Kerber creek Tuesday afternoon Charles PoUts got his left arm caught in the rope and had one hone broken. Dr. Shippey reduced the fracture and Charley is the same as ever. Owes Malone arrived home the first of the week from California. He liaes the climate of southern California but thinks the people are not friendly and hospitable. Too many of them on the make. "See?" G.O ,;yior Whiskies of great value to the sick George F. Frey, manager of the Crip- ple Creek Ore Sampling CO, and a for- mer resident of Saguaehe, is now on a tour of Hawaii, Japan, Corea and Chma, and is not expected to return to Colo- rado for some months. The Beekley Pac~-ng House was bur. glarized one night last week. Entrance was gained through a hack window. A little over $5 in money was taken and a bunch of lead pencils. This would indi- cate that it was the work of some boy. Homer Weimer and Art Creger are fixing up the Luengeu building on the oovner directly opposite the drug store for thetr barber shop. They ~11 fix up neat bath room in the rear and say they are going to have as u~at a shop as the town ever saw. We wish the boys success in their venture. Box papers at the C~sc~ of~ce. The NA G UACIIE PHA~MACI'. Strength comes from well digested and thoroughly assimilated food. Hood's Sarsaparilla tones the digestive organs end thus builds up the strength. If you are getting "run down," begin taking Hood's Sarsaparilla at once It gives nerve, mental and digestive strength. Odd Fellows at Croutons. A goodly portion of Centennial Lodge L O. O. F. of this plane, is at Cr~tone where they went yesterday to help insti- :ute an Odd Fellows lodge. The team consisted of: Lee Fairbanks, Birt Clare. O D. Bryan, Dr. Melvin, Eugene Wil- hams, J. I. Palmer, O~car Mack, Owes Malone, J. W. Davidson, Charles Hay. den, Wm. J. Women, Birt Alexander, Ned Lookett. You have been paying too much for your wall psper. I have a fine line of samples and the ptiose are right, Call at Mrs. Curtis' boarding house and see them. CLYDE WELCH. Dr. Melvin, county health officer, was called to Crestone last week by the fact tbat several eases of small pox had de- velol;ed there. We understand the oases are now thoroughly quarantined and that no danger of its spreading need be feared. A Pernlstent Poet, Aithough R K Munktttrlck has an enviable reputation as a humorist, yet he is not the quickest man in the world to see a Joke when it is played on himself. Mr. Gibson, one of the editors of Puck and also a practical Joker, arranged for a special Jest to he administered to Mr. Munkittrlck. He had provided a trick telephone which emitted a shower of flour when anybody spoke into It. When Mr. Munklttriek had arrived, it was suddenly discovered that the paper had gone to press and that his copy was too late. There was only one chance, Mr. Gibson said, and that was to telephone to the printer and tell him to stop the presses until his matter should be set up and inserted. He asked Mr. Munkittrick to go to the phone at once. Then the staff sat and held their sides, waiting for the explosion. Final- ly Mr. Gibson rushed to the telephone md found his friend deluged in flour but still persistently calling "Hello!" through the phone. He led him back and carefully ex- plained the Joke. When he finished, Muuklttrlek calm- ly remarked: "Still, I think we ought to let the printer know about the copy; dbn't you?"--Saturday Evening Poet. q~e Parisian Why. It must be hard for the untraveled Anglo-Saxon to grasp the idea that a poet can without loss of prestige recite his lines in a public care before a mix- ed audience. If such doubting souls could, however, be present at one of these noctes ambrosianm, they would quickly realize that the Latin temper- ament can throw a grace and childish abandon around an act that would cause an Englishman or an American to appear supremely ridiculous. One's taste or sense of fitness is never shock. ed. It seems the most natural thing in the world to be sitting there with your glass of beer before you while some rising poet whose name ten years later may figure among the "Immortal For- ty" recites to you his loves and his ambition or brings tears into your eyes with a description of some humble hero or martyr.--Ellot Gregory in ScrUb. hers. Industry and Success. "There's nothin like farmln on a hUll- side," said the man with the faded hair during a pause in the conversation, "if you pick out a good location." "Do you mean to say," they asked him, "that you ever worked on a hill- fide farm or anywhere else?" "Who said anything about workln?" he rejoined. "I said hillside farmin was all right if you picked out a good location. I had a location right down below a 40 acre farm where a feller put in one whole summer raisin melons an pumpkins. When they got ripe, they broke off f'm the vine an rolled down on to my land. It was a good deal of bother to gather 'era up, but I done it. Mad~ a ~retty good thing out of it too." It was a narrow escape and nearly cost him his reputation as the laziest man in the crowd.--Chicago Tribune. Insulted. "Troubled with insomnia, are you?" said Dr. Paresis after listening tO his patient's tale of woe. "Tried all the usual remedies, have you? Well, now suppose you try to read.'The Impres- sions of a Bohemian.' It's a new book, Just out. l tried to read it last night and was asleep In three minutes." "Sir," replied the patient, with freez. lug dignity, "l am the author of that book, and I have the honor to w!sh you a very good eveningS" MtuF Fraudulent Claims. All the big life Insurance companies spend a lot of money each year to pre- vent fraudulent claims from being paid. and the Ingenuity with which some of these clahns are planned calls for the very best detective service that the companies san command. They are willing to spend a good deal more than the amount of the policy to ex- : pose these frauda.--Indianapolls News. Nine timex out of ten It 18 over the Bridge of 81ghs that we pass the nar- row,gulf from youth to manhood. ~Laxis signatm~ is on every box qf the genuine ative Bromo-Quinim~ ~,bl.a ~ ~m~ ~ m a~ld Is mm ~W DIRECTORY. Twe|flh Judicial Dlatrlet. Judge--Hen. C. C~ Holbrook. Clerk--/.~e Fairbanka Attorney--J. D. Pilcher. Legislative. Senator--Hen. Clark W. Roe. Representative--Hen. Mike Whit~ County Dflicere. Judge--Hen. O. D Bryan. Clerk--Lee Fairbanks. Treuurer--S. Jewell. Sheriff~Eugene Williams. Aest~eor--T. M. Alexander. Supt. of Sch~ols--J. 1. Palmer. Surveyor--Tom I. Atwood. Coroner--Dr. O. P. Shippey. Attorney--Jno. W. Davideon. County Physician--Dr. J. T. Melvin. COMMISSIONERSo John Welty, Chmrman. Frank Brown. Jobh E. Ashley. Town of 8aguaehe. Mayor--John Lawrence. Clerk--B. P. Stubbs. Treasurer-=W. H. Ham. Marshal--D. J. Morgan. Magietrate--Birt Clare. Aldermen--J. J. Keller, J. W. Davidnou, Dallas Stubbs, P.W. Luengeu, W. F. Boyd and Lon Brewer. School Board. Preeldent--John Lawrence. Secretary--Dr. J. T. Melvin. Treaaurer--W. A. Johnson. Teaehers. Principal--J. B. Morgan. Assistant--J. R. ~Morgau. Grau~mar--J. W. Beery. Intermediate--Miss Lizzie Williams. Primary--Miss Margaret LookerS. Centennzal Lodge, No. 23, I. O. O. F. ~Meet~ at Odd Fellows' Hall (Dunn's bri6k block), e~r~ Tuesday ewnin~at8 o'clock Vi~itin~ brothers are invit. ed to attend. o. D, BRYAN, N. G. BIaT ChAR]C. Secretary. Amethyst Rebekah L,odge, No. 68, Meets at Odd Fellows Hall the first and third Friday nights of each month at 7 o'clock. ~as. DAISY LOCgXT", Mas. J. I. P,u.,m, Noble ~rand. qi|ve Bra~0~ Lodge.No, $2, A.F.&A.M. ~Retmlar meetin~ held on the Batur- da~ on or betore'the full moon in each month at the Masonic HaIL (Dunn'u brick bl~mkL at 7~ p.m. JOHN E. ASHLEY, W. M LEa FAIanANMS. ~oorogary, 8aguaohs Caml~ No. 28, W. of W. Meets in Odd Fellows Hall the moond ~nd fourth Saturday nights of each month. ALVA SCANDR]$TT, C. C. W. C. LOCXZTT, Clerk. THE ROOKY MOUNTAIN NEWS Denver, Colorado DAILY AND WEEKLY The Great Represen~tive NOWUl~sper of the ]Rocky Mountain 8tutee and Territories m the Na~ ~eom All tho Wo~I& Illuateatioaa, Caz~m~ Spocdal ]Peatm, m, l~-te., ,Etc. m SUi~CRIPTION RAT~: Dally and Sunday, per month, .... $ .Ta 8u,,day only (S2 to 36 lmEes),per year a.50 Weekly, per year ..... - , - 1.@0 Address ROCKY MOUNTAXN NEWS, D I~N V/~I~ ~O LO~IkDO WANTED---.~Capabte, re|isblo porson in every count}, to represent large vompany of eolidflnan- ciat reputation~ $986 salary per year, payable weekly. $3 per day absolutely sure and all exnen- sos, straight boaafid~ deflate salary, no onto- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expemm / money advanced each week. STANDARD HOUSE, ~, DZARBON ST, CHICAGO. MINING APPLICATION, No. 556. Mineral Survey No. 14586 U. S. Land O~ce at Del NorSe, Colo., March l& 190i. f Notice is hereby gtven that the Bouanza City Development Company, by John E. Ashley its attorney, whose postofilcc ]s Bonanza, CoLorado, has made application for a patent tot 1500 flu- ear feet on the S~em W1uder 15de, bear|ng ~Id and silver, the same being l~ ~eet N 24" 50 W and 585fee~.8 24"50' E ~om discovery slmft mereon, wlgJl suriace ground 300 feet tn width, situate in Kerber creek mining district, ~- gnaehe county, Colorado, and described In the plat and field notes on file tu this office, as lol- lows, viz : Beginning at eor No. 1 ~heuee the W ~ cor see20, twp~7, NRSEN MI'M bears 8 8" 29' W 807.4 feet, thence S 24 50' E 15~0 tees to nor No. 2. Thence N ~" 10' E 300 feet to cot No. 3. I Thence N 24" 50' W 1500 feet tocor No. t. Thence I 8.6'~10' W 800 feet to cot No. L tile place o~ be [ {ltLin/ode an'd forming a portion ot t, be W % ot I sec 20, twp 47, N It 8 Enf the N M P~M. Sald ]oe~tJon being recorded in eel 78: pa~ 508 el lhe records of 8aguaehe county, Cotortmo. AdJoleingclaims sur No, 1554 Rover and sur No. 1586 8an Jttaqaln lodes, others if any ml- kaown, Jan. H. BaxTtat, ~r. First pub March 14-last, May 16. Notice of Forfeltul~e. To John Nevltt, You are hereby 11otlfl~ that we have ex- pended One tlundred Dollars in labor and Im- provements upon the Mystic lode, Mtuate in ochetopa mining dlatrictv 8aguaohe nourish', Colorado, the loeatiou certtfleato bf which ~S recorded i u t he records of said ~aguache COUrt. ty, la book 78 at page 4~4, in order to hold satd premlses under the provisions of Section Revised Statutes el the UnUSed bt~tes~ bet~l~ the amount requtr*d to hold the ~ame for Use year endlug December 81, Jg~). And if within ninety days from the ~ervlce of this notice you fail or reface to contr/bute your proportion of such expenditure as co-qwners, your interest in said claim will become the prope rt,v ot the subscribers under the said Section 2~4. 8aguacbe Jan. 6, 1~01. FRgD H YATT~ E. T, HYATT, 1rt pub Jan 10--l~t April ~1,