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JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. ~Vill practice in all courts, illi t H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Store. Jr, T_I~ACY MELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offea oppcait &merlcau House, San Juan ave- sue. Calls promptly answered, daT or blahs. r;g,minlng Surgeon U.'S. Peneiou Bureau. 487. _1 .... t n I I O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D, VRIa Grove, Colo. |t CHAS. HAYDEN, 2%ttorney-at- r.aw, SaGuache. Coio. ti t tt tt THH AMHIEAN HOUSN 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 rohed upon, i I Tbo 8a[uacl o county gaul Pioneer Bank of Sagu~che County. Or~mized, May, 1880. Inc0rpomted, Julr, 1883. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A C~ncral Banking Busl- ne~ Transacted. Drafts Isstw.d on Principal Cities of Eorop~ Safe Deport Boxc~ for Rat. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, Pr~ident. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres, CHARLES TAIgBELL, Cashier. WI~. F. BOYD, A~t. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDENTS. Kountes Bros., Now York City. Fiat National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo, Colo. ill VILLA OROVE AND SAOUACHE $TAOE LINE. Carries mail, passengers and express. I.~tves Villa Grove ........... 9:45 a.m. Arriv~ at Saguache .......... 1:15 p.m. Leaves Saguacbe ............. 1:30 p.m. Arrives atVilla Grove ........ 5:00 p.m. '. H. CARLSON. Proprietor. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Sapache Gouty REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous gram field of Colo- rado. Property rented ;for non-res- Idents, texas paid and msur. ante written. SAGUACHE, COLO. ~, L. BUI~LINGAME & CO., ASSAY OFFICE-o LABORA i ORY Es(ebllshedin Colorado,186& Samples by mailer s=press willrecelve prompt and csreful~rttention Oald IL ~lleee Dullish Refined, Melted and Assayed Win SS~IIIJl UUlllUll O~ ~U~C~AO~. [~plllill|r||]Oll Tsefo--too)~,. or esr toad lc~ .vv** Write for terms. YT~. 173S Lawrence St.. Denver, Col,. tt i , A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. Thig department is in charge of one who has had many years experience as an undertaker and tuners] director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic casket~, I have h~rde. Spring .Medicine Is of the greatest importance. This is the most critical season of the year, from a health standpoint. It is the time when you imperatively need Hood's Sarsaparilla. It will give you a good appetite, purify and enrich your blood, build up and steady your nerves, overcome that tired feeling, give mental and digestive strength--in short, will vitalize your whole being, and put ~rou in perfect health. Don't delay taking it. Don't experiment with others. Get that which trim and test have proved the best-- HOOD'S Sarsaparilla Best for Spring- "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla when needed for several years and would not be without it in the house. It is an excellent medicine and I heartily recommend its use in the spring and at any time when a blood purifier and tonic Is needed." MRS. F. M. FCO~, 21 Irving Place, Passaic, N. J. Spring Fever-"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for my spring medicine for rears and have always found it reliable and giving perfect satisfaction. In the spring it takes away that tired feeling or spring fever, gives energy and puts the blood In good conditlon." Mzss Ezzza Coy.om~, 1535 10th Street, N, W., Washing- ton, D. O, LOCAL HAPPENINGS Garden seeds at Jones. And it snowed all day Tuesday. Some early seed potatoes at Jones'. The duck season closed on Monday. Go to P. M. Jones for a harness cheap. For flour, grain, and hay go to P. M. Jones & Co. Instruction on piano and orgam Mrs. Pittenger. Mr. Gee. W. Beekley went to Villa Grove on Monday. Instruction given on piano and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. The Saguache public schools will close for the yea," on Friday, May 3rd. Tablets and box papers at lwoest prices at CRESCENT Office. Sheriff Williams returned Saturday nigh~ from a flymg trip to Vmtor. Get your Bluestone at the Gotthelf & Tarbell Met. Co's. Lowest prices. J. M. Ellis came down from Bonanza ~esterday for a days vmi.t at home. Bluestone in any quantity at the Gott- ~elf & Tarbell Met. Co's. It is reported that the claims of R. J. Means against the Lucrative company have been settled. Mrs. Plttenger will take a few more pupils on piano and organ. Jesse Heitter and Blanche Hays were married Sunday at Justice Sl~iasr'a home.--Hooper Press. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the pcetoffice. Go O. Taylor Whiskies3 honest tn puridp The new bell for the county high school has arrived and wdl soon be plac- ed in the tower of the building. Charley Lawley 7 looking after the klex Harenc herd of cattle on Ford creek md makes his camp at Klondike. Gardens may now be planted. Con- gressman Bell's annual seed contribu. tion was received in luesday s mail. The news comes to us that Jimmie Jones, the young son of R. H. Jones, is quarantined with small pox at Crsstone. If troubled by a =ak digestion, lo~a of appetite, or constipation, try a few does of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. E~ery box warrauted. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. The Methodist blissmnary Society will give a Tea at Mrs. Hammond's, Saturday afternoon, April 20. All are cordially in- vited. Both the San Isabel and company mills are running at full blast and the Cleveland people are running a full force.--Eagle. (~. O. Taylor 1YAtskle#~ are decidedly ~ne The in~erior of the Gotthelf & Tarbell Co.'s store room is receiving a couple of coats of paint which will improve its ap- pearance greatly. We publish this week an iutereetiag letter from Duncan Marshall. It Is a source of gratification to find that they are so pleasantly situated and eo well )leased with California. CENTER SHOTS. l H'*' J nat, Oils, tii m m accident last week while working on hm II IIHIbH hotel. He was raising the roof from the old building onto the new frame he bad erected, when a whirl wind struck the house carrying Mr. Sells and the roof to the ground. He sustained a fracture of the light arm just above the wrist, and sprained the left arm and had has face and head considerably bruised. A man by the name of Wolfe who was as- sisting him with his work was also blown off but was not mjured. J. L. Hurt has been wrestling with m- fiammatory rheumatism the past week. T. E. Ickes and daughter, Mrs. Ber- tha Newcomer, were county seat visitors last week. C. H. Matthm of Monte Vista was in town last Friday looking for a building suitable for a newspaper office but could find none that was desireable, so he de- cided to build one. It is time Center had I a paper of its own. Sheriff McCall of Creeds was doing business in Center last Pride/. The hat social at the Woodmen hall last Friday night given by the C. E. net- ted them about $10. T.E. Ickes receiv- Furn. Enamel., Gold Paint, Varn Stains, PaintBrushes and White wash Brushes Loss of appetite is also loss of vi- tahty, vigor, tend. To recover appetite and the rest take Hood's Sarsaparilla-- that strengthens the stomach, perfects digestion, mak~ eating a picture. It also makes the blood rich and pure, and steadies the nerves. The Presbyterian Guild meets with Mrs. H. L. Curtis next Tuesday. Knew i subjsot will be taken up at thm meeting. BORN. To the wife of W. A. MnEutyre, in Sa- gusch~, Colo., April ]6, 1901, a i0~ pound boy. Next Friday, (to-morrow) is Arbor day. It wdl be appropriately observed by the schools of this place Plant a tree, yourself. Ranch for Lea~e, I desire to lease for a term of yearn the ranch adjoining Villa Grove known as the Wells ranch. Also have 100 head of high grade cattle for sale. Addr~m Mrs. M. E. Wells, Villa Grove, Colo. It is said that all olaxms against the Lucrative company have been paid and that the Eagle mine will soon commence operations again. There will bs preaching at the Meth- odist church Sunday morning and even- ing Ray. W. T. McGann the new pastor ed the prize for the best trimmed hat. will officiate. All are invited to attend. Tip Gerry moved intohianewdwelling 5aluachcPhar. o o,,._....,._o...,_, last Friday, Jute Lawrence moved into These famous httle pills, DeWitt's Lit- tle-" macy bO~-- tleEarlyttiserswillremore all ,mpuri. Sells moved into the home that he had ties from your system, cleanse your bow- just vacated. [t was moving day all i els, make them regular. Saguache around. D. Lusk expects to start with his cat- tle to their summer range Saturday. Center is billed for another dance May 3rd, come everybody and have a good time. H. H. Winchell and family of Monte Vmta, were visiting with his brother at i this place over Sunday. The Wallace Brothers expect to start with their cattle for Clear creek the first of the week. Mrs. Hurt and son Tommy were on the sic~ list this week. Gee. Dyett made a trip to Monte Vista Saturday for lumber for Mr. SeWs hotel. Clarence Ickes came down from the milieu the La Oarita the first of the week with a load of lumber for W. M. WilLis' new implement store which he ia erecting at this place. Ernest Slots passed through town Sat. urday en route to vimt relatives down on the river. Mrs. W. W. McCoy and children are visiting with the family of Mr. Wheeler, near Garnett this week. A. M. Isbell of Monte Vista was show- ing the Missourians in this neighbor- hood his automoblle the first of the week. Lee Barber of Monte Vista was trad- ing homes m thm neck of the Woods the " Pharmacy. . ~~@@~ John W. Wills of Lockett neighbor. l~ P~RRf)NAL. ~Ihood was in twu last Saturday and Sun" I ~ ............ ~ J day. Mr. Wills has been very sick dur- { 4~@~~~~ I ing the past few months and showed the effects o~ it. You have been paymg too much for you~. wall paper. I have a fine line of samples and the prices are right. Call fat Mrs. Curtis' boarding house and see them. CLYDE WELCH. Lou Brewer came home from Denver on Tuesday night. Jonn Roach of Vtlla Grove was in the county seat on Tuesday. Sam Feast, the ~ffat merchant, was a Saguache visitor last Friday. D. S. Jones of Veteran was transact. ing business in town on Tuesday. s Mrs. Charles Tarbell left on Sunday for a visit with friends in Denver. Walter Hammond was under the weather Tuesday and Wednesday. E. M. Greene wrR'es us from Crestone th0t he is working in a mine there.. "Grandma" Gould has been quite sick the past week but is now much im- proved. Mrs. Russell, who has been in Denver for some months, returned home on Sun- day's stage. George Wells of Denver, a son of the late Joseph Wells, was in town on Tues- day of this week. Mrs. Charles Creger accompanied her husband to Crestone last Saturday and first of the week. visited her sister, Mrs. L~rd. Deafness Cannot be Cured M.D. Gould, foreman at the Klondike b~' local applications as tltey cannot reach the is makin- arran-ements to bull"~ a hou~ dmea~ed portion of the ear. There is only one [ ~ g way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu- I *h ..... ,1 ......~,;o .~;~....~ *~ + .... i tional rem~liea Deafness i c -- - ' ~~.~ ~uu ,~u~ ~a.= ~u*.3 uF ~.~ t~... ~.. - - s aus~t by an m-I i flamed conmtton of the mucous liuk~ of the [ .... ~~ Eustachian Tube.. When this tube sets inflamed I Arl~ wooster of the ~or~n Farm was l ~n~ hwahV~a~u~t2~ngls~u~a~e~mp~rte~ht~ein~ l in this vicinity on Tuesday hunting for suit, and unle~ the inflammation can be taken i beef cattle to supply some Creeds oon- out and this tube restored to its normal condi- tion, hearths will be destroyed forever; nine i tracts. cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is ..... ~ .__ nothmg but an mflamed condition of the mu- Mr- W W Iden and children and cons surfaces. ~. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of D ea~ne~,(caused by catarrh) that cannOt be cured by nan s Catarrh Cure. ~end for cir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEX & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7~c. HalPsYamily Pills are the best. Creetone Election. The election for mayor and trustees of the new town of Crestone, on Tuesday, was much closer than many expected. The citizens ticket, headed by P. J. Quinn for mayor, was elected, with the exception of Mr. A. Sezvert. On the fusion ticket the only candidate elected was F. J. Brumbly. Mr, Quinn had a maj,rity of 36, the highest vote of any candidate, and will uo doubt make a good officmL Now that the excitement of incorporation and election is o~er we trust Crestone will get down to business. Bury all past differences and work to- gether in harmony for the good of the camp and the county. New fresh goods at lowest prices at P. M. Jones. The case of Ball vs Clark was dec{dad in favor of Mrs. Ball. Au appeal will no doubt be taken to the district court. W. A. McEntyre was able to be on the streets yesterday evening and today. Mac was setting up good cigars and enid a boy like his deserved the very beet. No Time to Be Lost. He (timldly)--Now that we are en- gaged I~I presume l may--may--klan you as much as I please, mayn't I 7 She (encouraglngly)--Yes, indeed. Make the most of your time, dear. There's no telllng how long an engage- ment will last nowadays, you know.- Stray Stories. Mrs. O'Neil and daughters, Minnie and Etta, returned Tuesday evening from Canon City. The family of Roy. McLean, a former resident of Saguache, have left Dee NorSe for Beloit, Wisconsm, the former home of Mrs. McLean. Mrs, Rachel R,,berts paid a visit to her ranch on the Lower Saguae.ho the first o[ tie weck sad was pleased to find things running along very smoothly. Mr, and Mrs. George W. Beckley an- tertained a large number of friends at dinner at the American H~mse last even- ing. About fi~ty people sat down to as an elaborate spread as wa~ ever given in the town. All the delicacies of the Den- ver market were secured and much of the feast was prepared by Denver ca- terers. For best meats and lard go to Jones'. i Bsm t~e 1he Kind You Have AIw,ay, s ~ught SEALED As a good thing ought to be-- in bottles. And sealed medicinally pure--and ripe with age---and mellow. Our name on |abel over the co~k. It's tbcrc because it protects your interests as well as ours. e. TAYLOR u.u./ Never sold in bulk. el Druggists, Grocers Licensed Dealsr~,--everywlmre. Trade .~upplied By WOLFE LODONER, Grocer, Denver. THE BRIDA HAM-QUEREAU CO., Wholesale Druggists, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggmt, Leadvill~. SlmplF Cutting. Gussle--Just aftah 1 stahted out tt began walnfng, and I had to turn back. Miss Kostlque--How fortunate that :here was some one there to tell you. Gussle--To tell me what? Miss Kostique--Thut It wall raining, --Philadelphia Record. 0,0 Taylor Whiskies or great venue to thasit, The order of Buffaloes is now a back number. The Camels ie the order which now occupies the front of the stage. The mare thing to accomplish in the latter vrder is to go nine days without drink- mg and it makes many applicants hump to do it. Some men can't go ninety-nine minutam. @, O. Taylor Whlsld~, ffrow la I~puladty. ~athoHe Ohu~h Notioa. I will be at the plaza west of Saguaohe on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each month, and at Saguaohe on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. Father Good. There ie a general desire among our horsemen to witnes~ a race between Bob Morriso~'s horse, Jack, and Lon Brewer's mare, Rhody. They are both Baker stock and ought to be pretty evenly matched. Tbe only way to get a rac~ matched, since the owners cannot at- ra~geone, is to get up races for the Fourth of July. Saguache ought to have a good celebration this year. Of course its a little early, but it does no harm to talk these things up in ample time. Seoar~ In Colts and CaJvee. Fur a young calf or colt from a day to a month old give one teasp~)nful of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholers and Diar- rhoea Remedy in half gill of water as a drench after each op~ratlon of the bowels more than natural; usually one do~ is sufficient. For older animals it may be given in the feed. Thousands of valuable animals are saved by it each year. This The criminal ease agaipat John Roach of Villa Grove which was set for Tues- day before Justme Clare, was dismissed by the deputy district attorney, he be. coming satisfied that there was not suf- ficient evidence to sustain the charge. T_his signature la on every boz of the ~nu/ne Laxative Bromo-Quinine ~bl~ tim r~m~ly that ~ m~m omo~ DIRECTORY. Twelfth Judicial District. Judge--Hen. C. C. Holbrook. Clerk~Lee Fairbanka Attorney---J. D. Pilcher. Legislative. Senator--Hen. Clark W. Roe. Representative--Hen. Mike White. ...2__ County ofl~cors. Judge--I'~ou, O. D. Bryan. Clerk--Lee Fairbanks. Treasurer--S. Jewell. Sheriff--Eugene WilliamL Aesessor--T. M. Alexander. Supt. of Sehools--J. L Palmer. Surveyor--Tom I. Atwood. Coroner--Dr. O. P. Shippey. Attorney--Jno. W. Davidson. County Physician--Dr. J. T. Melvin. COMMI8SIONERS. John Welty, Chairman. Frank Brown. Johh E. Ashley. Town of 8agtmehe. 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. Luengeu, W. F. Boyd and Los Brewer. School Board. Premdent~John Lawrence. Secretary--Dr. J. T. Melvin. Treasurer--W. A. Johnson. Teachers. Principal--J. B. Morgau. A~sistant--J. R. Morgan. Grammar--J. W. Beery. Intermediate--Miss Lizzie Williams. Primary~Miss Margaret I.~okett. Centennzal Lodge, No. 23, I. O. O. F, ~eM..ea~ ~t ~ F.elio .w~' Hall ltmnn * brick meek), evar~ x~esda~ evening at 8 o'clock Vieitin~ brvthere are mvit. d to attend. O, D, BRYAN, N. G. BIaT CLABL Sacretary. Amethyst Rebekah n.odge, No. 08, M~ta at Odd Fellows Hall the first and third Friday nights of each month at 7 o'clock. Mas. DAISY LOCKEt"Z, MRa. J. I. PALMEa, Seoy, Noble Grand. Olive Branch LodgesNo. 3~, A.~.&A.M. ~Regular meetinp held on the ~tur- dzy on or before ~e full moon in ~eh month at the Masonic Hall, (Dunn'| brick block), at 7:~0 p.m. JOHN E. ASHLEY, W. M Ida F~sa~s. Secretary. Baguaohe C~mp No. 98, W. of ~r. Meets in Odd Fellows Hall the ~scond and fourth Saturday nights of each month. A~v~ Sc~'~Dr.~rr, C. C. W. C, LO~XzT~, Clerk. WANTED--Capable, ;citable person In every county to re~reseut large company of solid finan- cial reputation: $986 mdary per yea', pa~able weekly, $8 per oay absolutely sure and all expen- se~.,s.traight, boaa.fids, definite salmT, no veto- mmmon, Balmy paid each Sat~la.v and expen~ mone~ advanced each wesk. tSTANDAIID HOUS~ ~4, D~.~ON ST., CKICAco. remedy is just what you should take ~ MINING APPLICATION, yourself when troubled with diarrhoea. I No. 556. M|neral Survey No. H586 For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. ~U. s. Land Office at Del Notre, Colo., ~_ ] Marcl~ 12, 1901. G. O. Ta~lor Whlskl~, of superior excellence Notice is hereby g:iven that the ~tlaHz~ CI ~ Development Company, by Jolm E. Ashley i ..... ~ ~ - [ attol'ne~, WhOSe postoi'~ce ls Bonanza, Colorad ~peclat ~euuce~ ~tces v a tee uanver and has lea(re application for a patent for 1500 lin, Rio Grands Railroad. I eart eet on the S~em Winder lode, be~rlng gold ann silver, tim same ueing 965 leet N 24" 50' W aud 585 feet ~ 24" 50' E from discovery silaf~; Low Excursion Rates to California, thereon, witlz surface groulid 3~0 feet lu width, ~-,~,~,nn %U.=h;.~*~. ...~ M~.*... sltuateln Kerber creek nunlag district, See ~':~' ~""~",'~,~", ""Y "~,~""" guaehe county, Colorado, and d~scrlbsd In the yolnts. ~.311 cacu ruesoay, trom ~'eDru- plat and flehl notes on file iu this office, as fol- ary 12 to April30, the Denver and Rio lows, viz: GrandeR. R. will sell oneway Colonist Beginning at cor No.l~lmnce the W~ cor .... see 20 twp47 NRSENMPM bears 8 8" 29' tickets, from all pomts on the matu hnos w ~'~ ~ee* ~h~p,, ~a ~.o ~. ~.,~,., . .... between Denver aud Grand Junction, at No. 2~'.'T]~e~e'N "~'~10~E ~ fe~t~o*c'~. ~.'~: the following rates: Tl~enee N ~4" 50' W 1500 feet to cor No. ~. San Francmco, :Los Angeles and San Dmgo, $2~. Portland, Spokane, Tacoma and Seat- tle, $25. Butte and Helena, $23. From all points located off the main lines the local rate to the nearest main line junction pont will be added to the above rates. *** For I. O. O. F. Anniversary, Denver, Colo., April 28, a rate of one fare for the round trip will be made. Tickets will be on sale April 28, good to return until May i. THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED 0 and Sale Stable, %Vm J. Warner, Prop., Fourfll St., Saguache. Best of ears given to all stock an- trusted to my care. S 65 10' W 300 feet to cur No. 1, the place el be ginniog. Net area containing 9.076 acres, ex- pronely, excepting and exchtdlng all eonflict with surveys Non. 1554 Rover lode and 1586 8an Jna- quin lode and formmg a portton ot the W ~ ot see 20, twp 47, N R 8 Enf the N M P M, Said Iocatiou being recorded lu eel 78~ page 508 ot the records of Saguacbe county, Color~lo. Ad)oinlng claims sur No, 1554 Rover and sur No. 1586 San Juaquin lodes, others If ~ny un- known. JAB. H. BAXTZ~ Re~er. First pub March l~--last May 16. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS Denver, Colorado DAI LY AN D WI The Great Eeprese Iz tatlve Newspaper of the ~ocky Mottutain 8tates and Territories i All the New~ from All the Ftmt~ Ere. Et~ SUBSCRIPTION BATE8 : Dully und Sanday~ per mouth, .... $ ~ Stunday only (3~ to 3e pages),per yam" 2. Weekly. per year ........ Address ]gO~KY MOUNTAIN N~WS, D~V~$1t,