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iii iii i The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ~~b(~ and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex- periments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children--Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium9 Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and alhtys Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and ~Vind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and /3owels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea--The IKother's Friend. aSNU,.= CASTORIA ALwaYs Th0 Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over ;30 Years. i I iiii i i iii i i ii Positively guaranteed for coughs, colds and all :hrsat and lung troubles by Lord & Wilcox, druggists, Cresmne, Colo. The snows of the past two weeks have I:~en of great benefit to the range as well aa to the ranehmen of th(~ valley. The ground ia now geLLmg into fairly good condition and the warm weather whirl is due will cause vegetutton to grow rapidly "I have boon troubled with indigestion for ton years, have tried many things and slant much money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have takes two bottles and gotten more re. hef from them than all other medicines taken. I fuel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty years."--Andersoa Riggs, of Sunny Lane, Tex. Thousands have t~tifled as did Mr. Riggs. Saguache Pharmacy. John McDonough, the heavyweight from Cochotopa, was in the etty the first of the week. He will soon start up his saw mill near the old Los Pines agency. --Gunnison Republican. O. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pure. A Testimonial From Old Eogland. "I conmder Chamberlain s Cough Rea- lly the best in the world for bronchitis," uys Mr. Wdham Savory of Warrington, England. "It has saved my wife's life, she harms been a martyr to bronchitis for over six years, being most of the time confined to her bed. She is now quite well," It is a great pleasure to the man- ufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy to be able to publish test, lmoniala of this character. They show that great good is being done, pain and suffering relieved and valuable lives restored to health and happiness by this remedy. It is for sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Patrons of the Amerman House speak! very favorably of its new management. The table is good, the beds excellent and the attention given guests all that 0enid 1~ desired, lllllll II II II I I I I ASter July 1st next stamps will not beI required on bank checks, money mtders, telegraph and telepht,ne messhges, prom- leery notes, express receipts, certificates of deposits, conveyancers below $2;5001 leases, mortgages, proprletar)" m~ dicines, perfumery, cosmetics and sundry oLher things ~here the s[~eci,I war t~lx has been an,,oymg ~nd ~otnewhat burden- ~Ollle. --EK, Stray Notice Came to my p.lace on the Lower Sa- guache last summer, a red healer calf about a year old branded reversed H on left side. Owner is requested to take property and pay for this notme. GEe. P. ELLIS. There will be seven in the class of '01 in the county high schooi--fivv you::g la(hes and two young men: Mmse~ '1 hats McMulhn, Annie H.m, Emma Nehls, Mamie Clark and Sarah Fullerttm and Samuel Forbes and EdwarJ Borrego. "I had piles so bad I cou.d get :~o rest not" find a cure until I t~ied DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. After using it once, 1 forgot I ever had anythmg like piles." --E. C. Boice, Somers Point, New York. Lookout for imitations. Be sure you ask for DeWitt's. Sa~uaehe Pharmacy. fi,0.TaylorWhiskht rdal ne'.4 byth ~ weakest ttomacM A. Brewer lsin-De-nv~rr ti~is week pur- chasing goods for his undertaking busi- ness. [ have a line line or' wall paper. Sam- YHI[ OI[NTRU R OOMR~N~f.B ]TY MUa~AYI ~*T RI[ IC'f'.lllll NEW YORa Gt'F~f. 1 Stops the Coui~h and Works Off the Cold. A meeting of water consumers was ! [ held in this place fast Saturday. While Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure lit did not decide on any particular line of a cold in one day. No cure, no pay.J, action a number of propositionswere Pric~ 25 cents, i talk~t over with a view to getting the Sult---O'ver-Cattie. [sentiment of the ditch owners. It is ------ t known that a great deal of water is wast- On Thursday of last week a case wasl ~1 by overflow and otherwise and does We do , commenced in the County Court by[ no one any particular good There is a LaW, Medical, library, John Roachsgainst Mary E. Wells. Itlgreatloes by evaporation. Itis claimed ALL KINDS OF BOOKBINDING, is a replevin suit. For several yearslby ecme that if the county would clean Roach has been a tenant on the Wells: out the channel of the stream, cut off Books bound in every conceivable ranch near Villa Grove. During thatiarroyes and in many places straighten time there has b~n bonsiderablefriction ] the channel that much of thisloss would style. 0hi books rebound. Art and and a short time ago a ~ettlement was[be avoided. All of these matters were film bindings. Blank book makers. made by the parties and Roach left the [ discussed at the meeting and it is hoped ....... ranch. Mrs. Wells came down from [that out of this discussion some plan Denver and was informed hy some one | may be evolvod which will to a certain Hall ~ Williams, that Roach had secreted cattle during extent remedy the evils complained of. 1441 Curtis St. Denver, Cole, previous settlements and had thereby Do not leavehom'eon-a io-ur-ney with- defrauded her and she had him arrested out a bottle of Chamber|ain's Clic' ~ "~rO--O"K d I for stealing the cattle. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is al-J After Roach moved his stock down on most certain to be needed and cannot be a ranch below Villa Grove he claims procured whileyou arson board the cars that 15 head got out and returned to the or steamship. It is pleasant, safe and Wells ranch and on going after them reliable. For sale by Saguache Phar- wae refused Permissin t take them" ' macy DyspepsMa Cure He then sued out a writ of replevin ................. .................. The recently organized Tennis Club A nagir, g, m,a,'lng ri,,,d, are locating their grounds m Fairbanks' Digests what you eat. Washed down a telegraph line which addition. The following geutlemoa con- ~his prel)ar~l'o Jolt col~taill~ all of the Chas C. Ellisof Lisbon,. Is,had.. to .re .......... j st~tu~e ~no memoersmp at presenr: ' ~.~ digestants ~1'.~(1 (]iv~('st~ 't)l lin0s el par. ,','Standmg w,a,~st deep m the my[ Haydon, Lee Fairbanks, J, I. Palmer, food. It gi~esinst~finl, r(li(ffand never watel, he wrttes, gave me a terrtble Wm F. Boyd, Frank Pittenger, J. W. fails to cure. 1~ ~dlo~.~ ~ou to eat all cold and cough. It grow worse dally. I Beery, W. C. Lockett, Jno. W. Davidson, the food you wank The m()sb sensitive Finally the hest doctors in Oakland,Neb Walter Hammond J K Mot an * ~ $tomach~canLakcib. l~vibsusemany I . g , one ~. thousands of dysoepti(~s have been Sioux City and Omaha said I had con- t Mor-an Gone Wi ares W- F n, ~ cured aftereveryLhing else failed. It sumption and could not live. Then I be- I ;o ,~,~o;~,~ ,e ,~ ~. :, ".,.~ ,' ~,' ", ~,~.:.~" is uneqmtlled for all stomach troubles. , . .~ v-~o.~,.u u. ~.~ ,~,uu .,,(I lyranK 'll,- gun using D~ King s New Discovery, " " ~ . " ,, tenser is secretary and treasurer. |t OlUll~t ~811P and was wholly cured by mx bottles, but do you good "Last winter i was confined to my bed with a very bad cold on the lungs. Noth- mg gave me relief. Finally my wife bought a bottle of One Mmute Cough Ours that effeeted a speed) cure. I can not speak too highly of that excellent remedy."--T. K. Houseman, Manataw. ney, Pa. Saguache Pharmacy. The San Luis valley Mason association will hold their angual reunion at Wagon Wheel Gap this St. John's day, June 2~. The meeting place falls to Creede this year, but J. C. McClelland tendered the use of his springs, danceing pavilion and grounds to Amethyst lodge which they have accepted and they will entertain the visiting Masons at that point. Ralph Marlowe, a novel of the Ohio hills, by Dr. James BallNa) lor. Marga: rot E. Sangster: "I read Ralph Marlowe with much interest. The plot is well conceived, the atmosphere of a country town is admirably reproduced, and the characters of the hero and the old doc- tor are fine. There is good work in the book. I hope Ralph Marlowe's success will enoourago the author to further writing of novels." Handsomely bound !in cloth,gold lettering, $1.50. For sale at all bookstores, or ~ent, postage fr~s ! upon receipt of price by The Saulfleld Publishing Company, Akron, Ohio. Our reporter was in error last w~k when he said that Chas. Hayden was connected with the defense in the Ball vs Clark case. The dance at Villa G~ove last Satur- day night was attended by several couples from this place. 'Tie Eatty to Feel Good. Countless thousands have found a blessing to the body in Dr. Kmg's New Life Pills, which positively cure consti- >sties, sick headache, dizziness, jaun- dice, malarm, fever and ague aud all liver and stomach troubles. Purely vegetable, never gripe or weaken. Ouly 25o at Lord & Wilcox, druggists, Ore~t~ae, Colo, S in trubls' cuts' burs' scalds ad ] SPR{ Nfi flOOD8 chafing quickly heal by the use of De- Witt's Witch ftazel Salve. It is imitat- ed. Be sure )ou get DeWitt's. Sa- guns, he Pharmacy. The artesian well is now said to be WANTED ACTIVE MAN OV GOOD CHAI~ act(~r to deliver and collect in (!~dora(b, for old ~t:~blished manufacturing wh,Aesalo bouse. i~l~)O a year. afire l)ay. Honesty nmro than exper. vllce required. Our reference, a'.y bank in any city. Enclose serf addressed stamped envelope. Mauufacturers, Third Floor. ~:;~4 Dsarbon st. Chicago. d.wn over 400 feet. School electron will he held at the school house on Monday, M,y 6th from 4 t,II 7 p. In. [ [ Spring coughs are specially dm)gerous l and unless eured at once serious results l often follow. One Minute Cough Cure acts like magic. It is not a common mix- ture but it is a high grade remedy. Sa- guache Pharmacy. Uncle Bobby Cook, who is makm~ his home atChas. Fox's, was in town the first of the ~eek for the first time in several months. W. A. l~nnett was m the city Wed- nesda~ and r,.I,orts his parents, wh()hava been qui!e iil ,t Pueblo for several weeks as convahscm:~. Ite was on his ~ay to Mirage on a I):~siness tr]p.- Mail. o You cannot ,.~j~y perfect health, rosy cheeks and s[.:~rkli~)g eyes if your liver IS sluggmh and ~.ur bowels clogged. De- Witt's Little' 1~5arJy Iisers cleanse the who]'e system They never gripe. Sa guache Pharn~ ,cy. We are takmg orders for copper plate engraving. A full line of samples of latest styles amy be seen at this oMce. Prices are the same as charged for same ples can be seen at Mrs. Curtis' board- t class of work in Denver ins house. Drop me a card and I ~ill call ] .... 4~.- all ,~ O O Taylor Whiskies, good, pure, end old, d show samples and mea:ure roolns, t ' " _ ...... ClA'DE VVEI,OH. ~ Note aud receipt books 'rod short form I Olle bitis ot sale at this office. /.~~~ Night to ....~ CHIOAGO, MINNE. Bare You Books or Ma~a- zincs to Blnd? tarepare 1 on] y I)y E. C. DEW tTT & C(),, Chicago ~ho $1. bot~):e contains2 timestheS0e, aLzo. CLARENCE HERSEY, [~s~blished 18~ ',~] l,ead vii Is, Colorado. ~amples by Mail or Express Reoeivo APOUS, ST. PAUL Leave Denver vm Union Pacific at 4:00 p. m., arrive Omaha 6:45 a. m. Leave Denver via Burlington at 4:00 p. m., arrive Omaha 6:~6 a. m. d which have been occupied 15 hours to FRESH, 0LEAN, BRIGHT TRAIN (The latest a,:d finest product of Pullman) Leaving Omaha at 7:00 a. m., via the "NEW LINE," Tho Illin0is Oontral R, Arriving Chicago, Minnoapohs or St. Paul the same evening ...... For tickets and reservations apply to agents connecting h-ms or address JAMES CULTON, Commercial Agent, 805 17th Street., Denver. Best Dining gar Service, BUFFET USRARY SMOKER, ELEGhIff EQUIPMENT, fihair Oars Free, rrm10t ~ttem~0n. I Colo]'~Ldo ~hOl'~ ,VANTED--ACT~VE ~,AN 0][? (~-()OD C~IAR-I aoLor to dolivev and collect in (~o]orad(, for old [ -I.~I.L~. established mannfacturing wholesale hou*e. ] $900a year, sare pay. Honesty more thao ex- perien~ required. Our reference, any bank in " * llliss0ari velopo. Manufacturers. [hird Fl-or, 334 D~arbon st. Chicago. ver -- ELY'8 CREAM BALM is a poslt|vecure, Applyinto the nostrils. ]t is qui~.kly absorbed. [10 tefit~ at Druggists or by m~l ; sampMs 10c. by mall. I~Ly BROTHERS. 66 Warren ~t.. NeW York City. THE PIONEER 5TABLE Villa Orove, Colo. Having leased the ohl Pioneer Stable at Villa Grove (being the one used by 11. Brabam and sacces~ors as a stage barn) to be used as a livery, feed and sale stable. I solicit a pnrt of ths 13:~blic patronage, and stroll strive by strict attention to business and with good rigs and harness to merit the same. B P, HALL, Hanall0r. Pacific Ry The People's Choice, Thrm~h without change DENVER, COLORADO $PRINfiS and PUEBLO TO KANSAS C|T and ST. LOUIS. Dir~,ct Route To The Hot Springs of hrkansas, Free Reehning Chair Cars. Elegant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers Government Fas* Mail Route East and West. See your nearest ticket agent or write 6, A, TRIPP, G. W. F. & P. Agt,, Denver, Oolo, Our buyer has greatly enlarged the line of Dress Goods we have heretofore carried. We are showing the new Venetian cloths in fashionable colors--special- ly adapted for Tailor sults-at $7.00 to $7.50 per pattern. Fancy Novelty Silks for waists in the late pat- terns. New lace Fronfings in Duchess and Point d~Espre with lace insertion to match. We also have received a few late styles in Ladies Jackets and Capes. We have a fine line of Linen Towels in beautiful patterns. Heavy Cotton Twills ior boys shirts and school dresses, in all colors. An elegant line of white handkerchiefs from 5 to 15 cents, We will also soon be able to show you the finest line of China and Glassware ever exhibited in the town- the goods are now entente. The G0ttheff Tarbell Just Uke a search light, The electric headlight with which all our passenger engines are now beit~g equipped, sends forth a stream of light that can be seen for miles. It is just like a search light--outs through the darkness like a knife--makes traveling at sixty miles an hour safer thau at forty miles an hour with t~e old style oil headlights. Both the Chicago Special leaving at 4 p. m. aud the Vestibuled Flyer leavir)g at 11 p. m. are hauled by engines with electric-light- ed headlights. Tickets at Offices of Connecting Lines. Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth St. G. W. VALLERY, General Agent, DENVER. {'. S. -Very low rates to Montana and thc Pacific Northwest ewwy Tuesday in February, March and April, ask about them. IIII . iii i "snen{l till Ot ilm {orld' THE POPULAR LINE: TO LF, ADVlLLE, GLENWOOD SPRIHGS ASPEN, GRANO JUNCTION ANO ORIPPLE OREEK Ilellohes all the principal towne and rain. |rim oamps In Colorado~ Utah and New Mexloo. PASSE:S THROUGH SALT LAKE OITY EN ROUTE TO AND FROM PACIFIC COAST. THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE LIN[ 1"O ALL MOUNTAIN RESOI~i'8. tall tM'ough trains equlPt, d wlth Pullman PaM and Tourist Sleeping Car. For elegantly illustrated descriptive books fre~ Of cost, address |.T.JEFFERY, A.S, HUGHES, S.K. HOOPER, ~l'taM (~n'l Mgr. Tra$0 ?d~nag~r. C-~'I P. & T. ~ DENVER. COLORADO. TO CHICAGO The :Reliable Route ?alace Sleeping Cars and Dinlng Cars. Chair Cars Free. ALL Owned and OFcrated by CIHCAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furthe reformation address J. E. PRESTON, Commercial Agent, 10~9 Seventeenth St. Denver. Colorado. -7