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j ,i,i i ii i ,, , , i ,,i ,i iii1,1 i i ;INC. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. iiil H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Store. J. TI~ACY MELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Oflic~ opposite American House, San Juan ave- ,~t~a. Calls promptly answered, day or night. i' xaminlng Surgeon U. ~. Pension Bureau. 487. . i i O. P, SHIPPEY, M. D. Villa Grove. Colo. ii , i il CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. ill AHI RICAN HOUSH 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 excel:ent table can be rehed upon. The 8aguache County BanL Pioneer Bank of Saguacho County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July. 18~2. C I'rAL STOCK, $50,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issuexl on Principal Cities of Europe.. Safe Deposit Boxc~ for Rent. OFFICER8 AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pros, CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. W~. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDENTS. Koantze Bros., Now York City. First National Rank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank. Pueblo, Colo. mall VILLA 6ROVE AND SABUAOHE STAOE LINE, Carries mail, passengers and express. I~aves Villa Grove ........... 9:45 a.m. Arrives at Saguache .......... 1:15 p.m. Leaves Saguache ............. 1:30 p.m. Arrives at Villa Grove ........ 5:00 p.m. I. H. CARLSON. Proprietor. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache 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- idents, taxes paid and msur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. E. E. BURLINGAME & (C, CHEMICAL ASSAY OFFICE A.0 ZstabRshed in Colorado,1866. Samples by mail or expresswillreceive prompt and careful attention ~ld JP, llvar D.illnn Refined, Melted and Assayed UUIM UOOIIllgl t/a lull OR PURCHASvD. 0,c0ntratl0n Tests or o=r Write for term~ Iv'l~ ;738 Lnwrenee St.. Denver. :,,' A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a largo and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This 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 cheap~t to fine metalio caskets. I have a hearse. Bad Blood Breeds Humors Boils, Pimples, Eruptions, Sores, Debility, Languor, Kidney Troubles, Indigestion and That Tired Feeling, All of which Itood's Sarsaparilla Cures, by purifying, enriching and vitalizing the blood. Blood troubles, left unchecked, in- crease and multiply just as naturally as the weeds and thistles ilffesting the soil. They need the same radical treat- ment, too. They should be rooted out in Spring. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla Stops the breeding of disease germs and impurities in the blood. It also imparts vitality and richness, and that means a strong, vigorous body as well as a clear healthy skin. You will look better and feel bet- ter if you begin taking Hood's Sm'sa- parilla TODAY. It Purifies The Blood As nothing else can. -My son had pimples on his face, which after a while became a mass of sores. "I began giving him Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon the sores were getting better. "They finally healed without leaving a scar." MRS. L. T-~sT, 7 Willow Avenue Hoboken, N. J. LOCAL HAPPENINGS O. 0. Taylor Whiskies, are dectdedly flae The artesiau well is now down over "300 feet. Instruction on piano and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. Frank Hall was over from Villa Grove on Monday. Instruction given on piano and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. Tablets and box papers at lwoest prices at C~ESCV.~T office. The weather Easter Sunday was all that could be desired. Bluestone in any quantity at the Gott- helf & Tarbell Mer. Co's. Mrs. Plttenger will take a few more pupils on piano and organ. An appeal has been taken in the Duns estate case to the district court. Get }'our Bluestone at the Gotthelf & Tarbell Mer. Go's. Lowest prices. W. A. McEntyre was over from Ker- ber Creek on Monday after anoter load of oates. Work on the streets and ditches has commenced and we hope to soon see the water turned on. Eat firs-(-cla- /= ;i-o;d r meals Mrs. Sohwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. The Gotthe]f & Tarbell Company have let a contract to Clyde Welch to paint the interior of their store room. The county commissioners have given Clyde Welch the contract to paint the court house both exterior and interior. If troubled by a weak digeshon, loss of appetite, or constipation, try a few does of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Every box warranted. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Last Sunday's Denver lCepublican had a story from the pen of Anna S. R~ch- ardaon, the scene of ~hmh was laid m Saguaeho county. ....... John O'Niel has purchased the drug store buildmgon the corner of Fourth and San Juan avenue from Fred Green- ing of Alamosa. Consideration said to be $1,000. Notice to ~Yater Users. A meeting of the water users of Water Dist. No. 26 is called to meet in Saguache at the town hall on Saturday, the 13th day of April, for the purpose of forming an organization to see that each water user is protected in his rights. It will be to the reforest of every w'itor user to be present. Water Consumers. G . 0. Taylor IVhi#ktesp honest in pu,'i$~ Rev. Leadbetter, presiding elder, will be here next Sunday and will hold Ihe regular quarterly meeting in the Meth- odist church. He expects to bring a minister with him who will fill this pul- pit the bahmce of the conference year. Library Books An effort is being made to get together the books hehmging to the old ~aguaehe library and put them in the county lngh school. All pets,me who have any of these books are requested t,) hand them to Prof. J. B. Morgan. It is also hoped tbatsome of our citizens will donate books to the library. C::~ .A~ ~I r1'= 0 1=g. Z ML. Bws-,~n ~~ B0u~t %- CENTER SHOTS. Gee. Snyder of Creeds came down last week to assist Mr. D. tusk in moving his catt]e back to their summer range near that place. The Henry Bros. have nearly com- pleted Mr. Geery's new residence. Wm. Willis has the foundation laid for his .ew implement building opposite Germain & Sheridan's blacksmith shop. W. H. Graham made a trip to Crestone Monday with a load of eggs snd butter for W. M. Brashear the merchant. Gee. Dyatt struck a flue flow of arte- sian water on Gee. Benjamin's place in the south part of town. Gee. W. Gates of Monte Vista was in t)wu Monday on business. Lee Barber of Monte Vmta was doing business in town Monday. W. M. Brashear made a trip to Monte Vista Sunday. Henry Bros., as soon as they have com- )leted Mr. Geery's residence will start for New Nexlco where they have a con- tract for a large hudding. E. Collier received the contract for building Mr. Ickes' new resichance. He started to work on it Tpesday. Clarence and Thee. Ickes returned from the mill Monday. J. L. Hurt has been looking after his cattle on the Bmdell ranch for the past week. Walter Justice and Mr. Birdwell and family who were uudor quarantine, were released Friday. Aaron Samulea who has been visiting wich friends in this neighborhood for the past three weeks, expects to return to his work at Alamosa in a few days. Etta De Lane, editorese of the Hooper Press, aud Mrs. Perden of Hooper, were Center visitors last week. The crowd at the dance Friday night was not as large as usual but all report a good time. Mr. Stewart's residence will soon be completed and he expects to send to Me. for his family in a few days. W. K. Manis made a business trip to Monte Vista Friday. Miss Lottie Blackmore, the lady clerk at W. M. Brashear's has been absent at Del Norte this week where she was call- ed by the death of her grandmother, Mrs. He/den, who resided at that place. The roport that Walter Justice had the small pox was a mistake we are hap- py to say. Fayette Germain made a tap to his home on the Lawer Saguache Saturday and returned Sunday. Deafness Cannot be Cured bY local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu- tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in- flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It m entirely closed deafness is the re- sult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed conditmn of the mu- cous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafnes~ (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 8end for cir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. 8old by Druggists, 75c. Hall's YamiI~, Pills are the best. Box papers at the On,SCENT office. Ball Vs. Clark and Fogarty. The case of Susan BaU vs. Clark & Fo- garty~ being a suit brought for the re-, revery of money stud to have been de- posited by a guest of the hotel at Moffat. was on trial in the county court yester- day afternoon. J.W. Davidson appear- ed for the plaintiff and Wm. Mellen of Crestone and Charles Hayden for the defendant, Clark. Fogartv, the man who got away with the money ia more interested in a criminal case and is in jail awaiting trml. Scours it, Colts and Calves. For a young calf or colt from a day to a month old give one teaspoonful of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- rhoea Remedy in half gt~] of water as a drench after each operahon of the bowels more than natural; usually one dose is sufficient. For older animals it may be ~iven in the f~ed. Thousands of valuable animals are saved by it each )'ear. This remedy is just what you should take yourself when troubled with diarrhoea. F or sale by Saguacbe Pharmacy. Last Saturday Roll Means, of Villa Grove. commenced a suit in attachment ]against the Lucrative company, operat- ing the Eagle miuo. Means had cashed time checks for tim men and learning that the company had made default in the pay roll he took this course to pro- toot himse'f. The amount involved is about $300. Sheriff Williams served the papers the first of the week. We expect to see the Lucrative company ~ettle up all indebtedness. They have a prcperty which ought to make a good mine. Connection was made last week at Moffat and tim Saguaohe County Tele- phone Co.'s line is now connected with the lines of the Coh)rado Telephon~ Co, i . . In a abort tu~e It is expected that Ala- mesa and Walsonbur~ will be oonue~ted and we will thou have the benefit of the state circuit. ........ - We are informed that Thos. M. Lyons I purchased the Charley Blodgett home- [ stead, 40 acres, on the Upper Saguache, Paints, 0ils, Varnish, Furn. Enamel, Gold Paint, Varn. Stains, PaintBrushes and White- washBrushes Sa uachcPhar. macy Co, ree~.~eeeee~ $ PERSONAL. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ~rs. D. J. Morgan gave an informal tea Tuesday. Wm. Werner returned last Thursday from a trip to Denver. Mrs" John Proffitt was quite sick last week with heart trouble. Dan O'Niel and E. T. Elliott of Del Norte were in town Tuesday. P. M. Jones went to 'Denver the first of the week to purchase goods. Mrs. M. E. Wells of Denver was in town Monday on legal business. Mrs. Guy JeweH of Denver is visiting her relatives in Saguache sad vicmity. Wm. L. Ward, who has been sick the past three weeks, m now about recovered, Walter Br, naugh and Emil Brinker of Monte Vista were in town over Monday night. John Colvin and wife of Moffat were visiting relatives in town Monday and Tuesday. Miss Steha O'Brieu of Villa Grove was a Saguaehe visitor from Friday to Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Lord returned from a month's visit among friends in Denver yesterday. --Eagle. John Lawrence and John O'Netl re- turned last Thursday from a ten days visit in Denver. Bob Fisher the Bonanza assayer was a Saguache visitor Tuesday ann Wednes- day of this week. Mrs. Doyle entertained a few young friends at her home on the ranch ou Mon- day evening in honor of Mms Harris. Mrs. O'Neil and daughters, Minnie and Etta, left Tuesday mornmg for a visit with Mrs. W. W. Ides at Canon City. Charley BhMgettand family, who have hved on the Upper Saguacho for years, left with George Loucks ou Tuesday for Oregon. Birt Alexander left Tuesday afternoon for Ojo Caliente. He will remain until he recovers from the attack of rheuma- tism with which he is now afflicted. You will waste time if you try to cure mdigestiou or dyspepsia hy starving yourself. That only makes it worse when ~ou do eat i}eartily. Y,m always need plenty of good food properly digested. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the result of years of scientific research for something ~hat would di~est not only soma elements of food hut every ~{ind. And it is the one remedy that will do it. Saguache Pharmacy. (~ .A. ~ "JL" O :k'l .'JC .~h.. Bear~ the ~~S BOUg~ NEW L|FE From old age -- seven year.~ ~f rlpeaing iu the wood, then~bottlcd c,,rIMnly. And sea'ed, and s~amped w~tb fl:c maker's name. And warrantcd--ture~zip~ mellow Every botLlc of fl TAYLOR .u.. WHISK Never sold in bulk. Of Druggists, Grocers, and Licensed Dealers. .'~oltt 1~U 7 the HAG UACtlE PHAEMACI. The kidneys .'rod the skin. If the kidneys are weak or torpid, the skin will be pimply or blotchy. Hood's Sat. saparilla strengthens and stimulates the kidneys and clears the complexion. By thor,mghly purifying the blood it makes good health. Ranch for Lease. I desire to lease for a term of years the ranch adjoining Villa Grove known as the Wells ranch. Also have 100 head of high grade cattle for sale. Address Mrs. M. g. Wells, Vdla Grove, Colo. G. O, Taylor Whiskies, ere pure ma~clssl ,tlmulant~ Andy and Daniel Slane have leased the Ned Lockett herd of cattle and will ron them on the Upper Saguache thm seasoD. These famous title pills, DeWitt's Lit- tle Early Risers will remove all Impuri- ties from your system, cleanse your bow- els, make them regular. Saguache PImrmacy. W. J. Wernor hi.~ secured contracts for sinking three wells in town and is now overhauling and repairing his well machine. He is to sink wells for Sam Jewell, George Curtis and M~ke Jordan. You havo been paying too much for your wall paper. I have a fine line of sumples and the p~ices are right. Call at Mrs. Curtis' boarding house and see them. CLYDE WELCH. G.O Taylor Whiskies e~" great v~lue to thesin~r Chester, twelve months ,ld son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Fullenwider di~cl Monday, April 1, 1901,at ~ o'clock p.m. Funeral servmes were held at the family residence at 9 a. m. Wednesday', after which inter. meat was made in the Monte Vista eem- etery.--Press. We hope the telephone hne between I Bonanza and Saguaohe, which would al~o give us connection with Villa Grove and Salida, has not been allowed to drop. If built via Klondike we feel coufidont that at least two subscribers would be secur- ed on that account. Gee. R. Loucks last Saturday disposed of his household goods and early Tues- day morning departed with his family for The'Dalles, Oregon. He expect~ to locate about 60 miles from that place in a new section of country where his brother in-law, Frank Loveland, is now livmg. George has been a resident of Saguache for more thau 20 years and his many friends and acquaintances here will wish him well in his new home. O. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow In popularity. At conmderable expense the Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. recently dug a well and put in a pump and watering trough for the convenience of the public at the cor- ner of Denver ave. and Fourth streets. The first of the week some boys filled the pump full of small teaks and ruined the valves. They also treated the force pump in the well back of Creger's black- smith shop in the same way. The reform J. N. Norviol, postmaster, notary, jus- tice of the pe?.c% teacher, general mer- chant and druggist came over from Lib- erty Saturday and spent Sunday, return- mg to camp Monday with a load of groo- eries.--Hooper Press. The following magazines and periodi- cals have been presented to the high school since last issue: 32 copies of Lea- lie's Popular Monthly aud 23 copras of Leslie's Weekly; 6 copies of Current Lit- erature; 6 copies Ladies' Home Journal; 11, Misoel/a~:ems, by Mrs. Le~ Fair- banks. Two volumes Les]io's Weekly, three volumes Scott's novels, by Emma C. A. Nehls. Dickens complete works lC magazine form, hy O~car Marold. This signature is on every box of ths genuino Laxative Bromo-Quinine T&bleta the remedy that e~ ~ reid ~m ODe da.~ DIItECTOltY, Twelfth Judicial District. Judge--Hen. C. C. Holbrook. Clerk--Lee Fairbanks. Attorney--J. D. Pilcher. Legislative. Senator--Hen. Clark W. ires. Representative--Hen. Mike White. County Officers. Judge--Hen. O. D. Bryan. Clerk--Lee Fairbanks. Treasurer--S. Jewell. Sheriff--Eugene Williams. Assessor--T. M. Alexander. Supt. of Sohnols--J. I. Palmer. Surveyor--Tom I. Atwood. Coroner--Dr. O. P. Shippey. Attornoy--Jno. W, Davidson. County Physician~Dr. J. T. Melvin. COMmSSm~EaS. John Welty, Chairman. Frank Brown. Johh E. Ashley. Town Of Saguache. Mayor--John Lawrence. Clerk--B. P. Stubbs. Treasurer--W. H. Ham. Marshal--D. J. Morgan. Magistrate--Birt Clare. Aldermen--J. J. Keller, J. W. Davidson, Dallas Stubbs, P. W. Luengen, W. F, Boyd and Los Brewer. SchooI Board. Preszdent--John Lawrence. Secretary--Dr. J. T. Melvin. Treasurer--W. A. Johnson. Te~cizer~. Principal--J. B. Morgan. Assistant--J. R. Morgan. Gratamar~J. W. Beery. Intermediate--Miss Lizzie Williams. Primary--Miss Margaret Lockett. s.h~l 'S for such devilish youths and WANTED~Capable, reliable person ~n every .... ", _. ] county to roprcsoot large company o! solid finan- some o[ them may yet get a term tnere, cial reputation $936 salary per yasr, payabla ..................... weekly. $3 per day absolutely sure and all expen- D ~ M~I~,~., - -~v~/ ~e ,t,. Cth;.. Ises, straight, bouafidg, defiuite salary, no cou- P ........ ]miesion, salary paid eaeh 8aturda, y and axponee hills, by Dr. James Ball Naylor. Marga [ ~non~?.~ advanced each week. STANDARD ,, .T ~ ~ , . ~ . [ t'].U~l~i~ 5;~4 IJEARBON ]~T. CnlCAOO. re[ E. ~augster: x reaa ~atpn Mar[owe [ with much intereat. The plot is well l ! MINING AI PLICATION con0eived, the atmosphere of a country [ ~ ' town is admirably reproduced, and the ] No. 556. Mineral Survey No. 1458~ characters of the hero and the old doe- } U. 8. Land Office at.Del Norte, Colo., ..... / l~laren 12, 1901. tor are fine. There is good worg in tne ...... ~ Notice is hereby given that the llouanza City book. I hope t~aipn ~aarlowe's success l)evelopment Conll)alw, by John E. Ashley its it *l. ~,..z..~. *~ #...*k^. attorzwy, whose pos~o/llce is Bona~]za, Colorado, Wh, encourage ,us ..uuu. ~ ..u,,..,v, lO1 O ) hash)ado applicat' I f ra, latent fort500 lln- wri in of novels" Handsomel bound eur feeton tile S~eln Windcl' lode, bearing gold t g Y and silver, tile same being 965 feet N 24" 50' W in cloth, gold lettermg, $L50. For sale and 535 feet S 24" 50 E from discovery shaft ...... sen" -oat--- fr- thereon, with surface ground 300 feet iu width, a~ all oooae~oros, or ~, p ag~ ~e I lU K c k m sitt ate ' "erbcr 'roe * ndng district, Sa- -,,-- ---ei~t of nrice by The Saalfield guache county, Colorado, and d-scribed la the -~, ..... ~, x-- v pbtt and fiehl uotcs o|~ file in this cure, as fol- Publishing Company, Akron, Ohio. lows, vlz: Catholic Church Notice. I will be at the plaza westof Saguache ou the Wednesday following the second Sunday ia each month, and at Saguache on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. Father Good. G. O. Ta~'10r Whiskies, of superior excellence Special Reduced Bates v a the Denver and Rio Gran(le Rallrogd. Low Excursion Rates to California, Oregon, Washington and Montana Feints. Oa each Tuesday, from Febru- ary 12 to April 30, the Denver and Rio Grands R. 1~. will sell one way Culoniat tickets, from all points on the main lines between Denver and Grand Junction, at the following rates: San Franc!see, Los Augeles and San Diego, $25. Portland, Spokane, Tacoma and Seat- I tle, $25. Butte and Helena, $9.3, From all points located off the main i lines the local rate to the nearest main liuo junction pout will be added to the above rates. For I. O. O. F. Anniversary, Denver, Cole, April 28, a rate of one fare for the round trip will be made. Tickets will be ou sale April 28, good to return until i May 1. THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sal0 Stable, Wm J. Werller, Prop., Fourth SL., Saguache, Best of care given to all stock ~n- trusted to my care, Beginning at cot No. 1 ~hence the W ~ c0r sec~ twp47, N R8 E N M I'M bears 8 8" 29' W 8~t7.4 feet, t mncc 8 24" 50~ E 1500 lest to cor No. 2. Thence N {~3 10' E 300 feet to cor No. 3. "['hence .~t~4" 50 W 1500 feet to cot No. 4. Thence S 65" 10' W $00 feet to cor No, 1, the place of be ginzllvg. Nct arcs containing 9.076 acres, ex. pressly, c)iccpting and exchnllng all conflict with sttrveys Non. 1554 Rover lode and 1586 San Jua- qain lode and fornling a porti(.it el the W o( sec 20, twt, 47, N It 8 E,,f the N bl l' M. Sald location being recorded in eel78, page AdJt)Jeil~gclaims sur No, 1554 Rover and sat No. 1586San ,h!aqula h)des, others If any ira- known. J~s. H. BAxTza, Re~/tzter. First pub March 14-last May 16. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS I)cnvcr, Colorado DAILY AND WEEKLY The Great Eeprese ntative Newspaper of the Eoeky Mountain States and Tort itories ~m~mmmm~m~m~ AH the New~ ~.om All the World, Illustrations, Cartoons, Spooi~ ~e&tures, ~to., ~tc. SU1)SCI{I PTION ItATP.~z Daily aud Sunday, per ulonth, - - - - $ .75 ~umiay only (32 to 36 pages),per year 2.50 Weekly, per year ........ 1.00 A (ldre~s ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, D EN VER, COLORADO Notice of Forfeiture. To Joht) Nevitt. You erc hereby uollfletl that we have ex- pended Onc Ih~ndred I),dlars in labor and lm- provcmeuLs ui)otl the Mystic lode, situate lu Cochetopa ntlning distri(it, 8aguaehe county, Colorado, ~hc locution certificate of which Is ]'(worded io t be records of said 8aguache coun. ty, ill book 78 ,t |)age 48L in order to hn|d said ~remiscs uudcr the p,'ovish)ns of Section 2824 evlsedStatutesotthe United btates being tile union|It required to llohl the salne for the year ending December 31, 1%~0. And if within ninety days front the service or' this notice you lhll or refuse to c(,ntrJbute your proportion of sash expenditure as co.vwners, your interest in said c]aila will i)ecome the properly Ot the subscrlbers nnder the salt| 8eel ion 2824. 8aguaelm Jao, 6, 1901. ~RED H yATT, E. T. HYATT. Firt pub Jan 10--1ast April 11.