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, ,m ,,, , n i n,nn nn n iiinl I I i I JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. ~Vill practice in all courts. H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Slore. J. 2'IiACY 2tfEL VIN, 1)1. 1). PIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Amerlcan House, San Juan ave- nue. Calls promptly answered, day or night. ~.xamining Surgeou U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. Hood's Sarsaparilla II.ls wou success far beyond the effect of advertising only. TIle tirm hoht itJms won and retains upon the hearts of the people could never have been gained by even the most lavish expenditure of money. The true secret of the popularity of If ood" s Sarsaparilla Io explained entirely and only, by its nnapln'oaehablc ~IERIT. B-tsed upon a prescription whleh cured people eonsitlercd incurable, which accomplished wonders astonish- ink to the medical professiou~ ood" s arsaparilla Includes the concentrated x ttlues of the best-known veget:~ble remedies-- such as sarsaparilla, yellow dock, pipsis- sewn, uva ursi, ln'mdrake and dande- lion, nnited by an original and peculiar eoznbination~ proportion and processt giving to Hood's Sersaparilla curative power p~wuli,'lr to itself. O. P. SHIPPEY, M.D., Its cures of mild and extreme cases Villa Grove, Colo. of scrofula, eczema, psoriasis, and every kind of humors, as well as of ca- ,,, tm'rh and rheum'ai~m--l)rove it to be ....... I tlle best blood purifier ever produced. CHAS HAY]DEN, Its cures of dyspepsia, biliousness. nela ousness, loss of appetite and that Attorney-at-Law, tired feeling, make Saguache, Cole: Hood's Sarsaparilla THH AMHRICAN l OHS '~re'ttest stomach tonic, nerve-builder and strength- restorer the world has ever known, It will em'e you or any one in your 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 relied upon, i i ii 11111 i i i i Th8 8aaaa cuunty Ban , Pioneer Bank of Saguaehe County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Draits Issued on Principal Cities of Europe.. Safe Deposit Boxe..~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, Pr~ident. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL, Cushier. Wm F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. COBRESPONDENrS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo, Colo. i i Desert Lend--Final Proof Notice for P ublteation. Land Office at Del. Norte, Colo., April 23rd, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that Clarence Clin. family of ,lny of these troubles. You can rely upon IIood' s Sarsaparilla as a thoroughly good medicine. Buy a bottle and begin to take it today. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Tin and table ware at Jones'. Tablets and box papers at lwoestprices at C~ESCE~r Off]CO. George Ball lost a flue large horse in town from colic on last Saturday. Bluestone in any quantity at the Golf- hell & Tarbell Mer. Co's. Pocket and table cuttlery and silver ware at Jones'. Mr. Perry Sr., returned last week from a visit to friends in Douglas county. G. O, Taylor Whiskies, are pure medicinal Itlmulsn~ Instruction on piano and organ. ' Mrs. Pittsnger. For clothing, hats, and gloves go to P. M. Jones'. John O'Neil on Monday purchased the running mare, Rhocra, from Lon Brewer. Mrs. Plttenger will take a few more pupils on piano and organ. Milk and cream from fresh cow for sale. Mrs. d. I. Palmer. For sale lumber, posts and poles at P. M. Jones'. Miss Clara Tobler of Villa Grove is ton Clay el Sagua,~be, Cote,, has filed notice of intention to make proof on lfls desert land visiting her uncle Mr. Rominger of this claim No. 82, for the W lot fi, sec. 1, twp. 48 I city.--Mail. NRSENMPMbeforethe clerk of districtl court at Saguache, Colo. on Saturday the Ist I day of June, 1901. G. O, Taylor lVhlskicsj honest tn2aurtty He names the following witnesses to prove ........ ~L _--~_' the complete Irrigation and reclamation of J Seed Potatoes. said lan:L . [ ~ __ John P. Melster. Alice O. Melster, Clyde A, I ~. , . . Welch, James B. Fnllerton, all of Saguaehe, I ~eorge nazura nas some small pt)ta- Colorado. u s s - S -- --AXT It -- " [toes whmh can be .ed for end which Jh , 1t, B E . l~eglster. the will sell at 50 cents 100 pounds. per qA~.IlAflIJ~ flflIINTV ~IRO,?I~A~T Carl Williams went to Bonanza the Ml'L~qJgLLIllLl %/UUIIII Et.]J~Jlli.ri.~Jl first of the week al,d may decide to re- 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 insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. i E. E. BURLINGAME & (C.: CHEMICAL ASSAY OFFICE-.., ,o.,I Rstabllshedin Colorado,l~f6. Samples by mall or expresswillrecelve prompt and careful attention 'ld t, llV" Bullion so..., .... ..d m W~ 9i OR PURCHA$ED, tl~rnh'all0n .....Tade~l ,~s., or car te,~d ',"' ~.~ rtte for trrm~ 17361/38 Lawrence ~t., Denver. C~.; A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACIIE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department, is in charge of one who has had many years experience as an undertaker aml funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic c~kets. I have a hearse. cide there for the summer. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite'the postoflice. Stun Hogue, who ilas been working for J. J. Ke!ier on the Dam1 house contract returned to town yesterday. Sl~ort Order. Mrs. Frank ttall, Villa Grove, is now prepared to give short order meals eel reasonable prices. 1to Greeds llates. For Americas Fedm:ation of Musicians ConvenLion at Denver, May 14 to 20 a rate of one an~ one-fifth fare on the cer- tificate plan wdl be made from all sta- tions in Colorado to D..nver and return. Cerhtic.'aos will t)~ available on May 12, 13 and 1~. For Annual Meeting el the Western Federation ~f Mlner.~ D~,nver, May 27 to June 4, a rate of one and one-fifth fare on the certificate pl,n from all points to Denver and ret.,rn will be made. Cer- tificates will be available May 25, 26 and 27. Good to return not later than three days alter tlle clean of the meeting, Sun- day not to lie counted. For Ann unl Convenhon Colorado Fed- eration of Labor at Le~dvilte, June 3 a rnte of one and (me-fifth fare on the ebr tificate pbm from all stations in Colorado will be mad,~ to Leadville and return. Selling dates June 1, 2 and 3. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of HlghSehoo___~] Notes. [Paints Oils The eleventh grade will complete the first beck of Vergil this week. ~ The tenth and eleven!h grades are pleted the book c,f :Esther and tire now studying Proverbs. They are improving in behavior. Furn Enamel, among the girls Monday afternoon when some of the ninth grade boys brought a horn toad to school. It seemed to turn extremely cold in the east part of the G01d Paint, building when the toad went hopping toward ~ome of the girls, because they moved by the steve. The ninth grade have begun the study of birds in zoology. Tennis court is idle as the novelty has now worn O~" Tenth grade have finished their En- glish history and are reviewing, prepara- tory for the examination. The B class ninth grade are progress- ing quite rapidly in their review work. We become weary of hearing the eleventh grade talk commencement. Class tneetings seem to be an every day occurrence with them. The last high school entertainment will be to-night. We hope every,one will come because we hope to make this the greatest high school entertainment of the ~ea~on. NY~I. There is more Catarrll in thin section of the country than all otiler diseases put togeLher, trod until tim last ~ew years was supposed to be in- curable. For a great many years doctors pro- m,unced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by eon~tantly failing to cure with local treatment, pr(,nouuced ~t incurable. Sci- ence has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure. manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional, cure on the market. It is taken internally iu doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon- ful. It acts directly on tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any ease it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J, CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O. Bold by DrugMsts~ 75c. Hall's Family7 Pills are the best. CENTER SHOThL At an election held at the school house Monday the following officers were elect- od for the joint district: Charles Damoy, pres., Mrs. George Vanotta, see., G. H. Newmyer, treas. A bond ~)f 81,100 was voted to build a school house in town, an 8 mill assessment was voted. Assessor Mathias of Rio Grande coun- ty was rounding up the taxpays in the vicinity Monday. W. K. Mauls went to Saguache Mon- day to attend the trial of Fitzpatrick vs Nevins. Mrs. E. Russell after a shor~]visit in Center returned to Saguache Monday. A1 Huffman of Cotton Creek was dd, ing business in Center Monday. Aaron Samules, Walter Hawk and Thee. Ickes left Monday for Alamosa. J. L. Hurt started his cattle for Tay- lor park Monday. ira Colvin of Saguache was a Center visitor Sunday. W. M. Brashear and family and Mrs. McCoy spent Sunday m Monte Vista. George Burnham was over from Zapa- to Saturday. Everybody reports a swell time at the dance Friday night. The quarantine on the smallpox was raised Tuesday. Dr. Tracy Melvin of Saguache wan in the city the last of the week. Sheriff Williams was hunting jurors in this vicinity Friday. Fayette Germain made a trip to hie home on the Lower Saguache Saturday, returning Sunday. The broncho busting scone in Center Sunday was cue of the best that has been seen in the vicinity for some time, Joe rode him and rode him right. The union ditch was nearly dry Mon- day evening. I. Tucker is putting a roof on his ice house this week. Pete Sheridan is having an a~esian well bored at his residence. W. H. Cochr.an of Del Norte was doing come surwymg in town Satu day. Bmirsthe ~~$ Bought Big 0~tu~ WANTED-Capable, reliable person in every connty to represeatdargo company of s.ld fieall- ciai reputation, $936 sa!ary per .~ear, payable weekly, $;t per day absolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, bouafido definite salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday' and exuense money advanced each week, STANDAI~D HOUSE, 384 DEAaBON ST. CnlOAOO. Varn. Stains PaintBrushes and White- washBrushes PERSONAL. Dan Mahoney was down from Bonanza the first of the week. Pete Everson of Mirage was a county seat visitor on Monday. Mrs. Chas. Ports and sou visited Sa- guache friends last week. J. J. Navin of Carnero was a county seat visitor last Saturday. Mrs,Russell came home Monday from a visit to her son at Cantor. John Garenson of Cochetopa camp ia visiting in Saguache this week. W. J. King of Villa Grove spent sev- eral days of last week in Denver. ~(rs. Charles Tarbell ' returned from hsr])enver visit on Sunday evening. Mrs. Win. F. Boyd and daughters went to Alamosa last Friday for a vzsit with Mrs. M. B. Colt. Miss Dslpha Moon is visiting at the George Elhs ranch on the Lower Sa- guache this week. Mr. Isaac Gotthe~" is now in Illinois vistting his son and daughter, who are attending school in that state. Newman Sanders, of the 41 section, a brother of Mrs. Beery, is visiting with the professor's family this week. Mrs. O. D. Bryan and daughters leave this week for Denver wh~re they expect to visit friends until the first of June. Dad Miller of Creede who hem been, in California for the past six months, hes returged. Mr. Miller was interested in the Eagle mine at one time. Mrs. J. M. Ellis and Miss Halcyon Ellis Ieft ou Sunday for ParkviIle where they expect to remain during the sum- mer while Miss Ellis teaches the Park- ! vllle school. L. S. Lockett and~amily arrived here on Tuesday evening with their house- hold goods from Lookett, and will move into thL, house heretofore occupied by Dr. Locckott. Mr, S. W. Hodding expects to leave about the 20th for a trip to his old home In England. He anticipates being ab sent about four months but should he experience the benefits to his health whmhare expecte't from the trip his stay may be lengthened to a year. Dr. Lockett sad family leave this week for the doctor's ranch at Lockett, and we understand they will make that their home in the future. During his eight years residevee in Saguache the Dr. and family have made many friends, all of whom regret exceedingly to see them leave the community. DOCTORS Prescribe theul 1,ecaus~. they never vary from o.: st.~:.l:~,~ .f m,'d cinnl quality~ the highest -- cud &;ct , ~ : rc careful folks. You trut y~ntr mmily doclor~o| course. Ask him. fi TAVLOR In sealed bottles only Of Druggists. T~'orlo .~'~tpiMied I;?] WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver. THE BRI DA HAM.QUEgEAU DRUG CO,' WhMesale Druggists, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOB~ Wholesals Druggmt~ l.~advillo. Abundant health is a~ured when there is good blood in the veins. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the medicine to make good blood. Begin taking it now. It is just what the system needs at this time and will do you great good. Sharpens the appetite, ate~lies the nsrvse. Byron Fox Dead. Byroa Fox, son of Charles B. Fox, died on Friday morning, May 3, 1901, at the residenoe of Zach Clark on the Upper Saguache, from pneumonia. Byron Fox was about 23 years of age. He was a young man of good principle, oorreet habit~ and industrious. He was starting out in life under favorable cir- eumstanoes and had aooumulated a mice start in the oattle business. Ho wM a msmber of the Saguaohe Woodmen camp and earned a policy for $2,000. His sister, Miss Mary Fox, is the beneficiary under this polio),. The Woodmen had charge of the burial which took place at Saguache on Saturday afternoon. FARM FOR SALE. Located as foIlows= N. E. I-4 Sex.. 3, Twp. 44, R. 10, in Saguache County, Colo. Is assessed at $760. Terms Cash. Address, J. T. PATTERSON, 325 Salem St., Mal&n, Mass. ~. O. ~aylor Whiskies, ere deetdedlM flne Flour, grain, hay aud groceries at P. M. Jones'. A deal ts on for the purchase of the Mack & Gray saw mill. The prospec- tive purchasers are James Buchanan and Ernest Nelson. A letter received at this office from J. M. Warden, formerly of the 41 couutry, announces that he is now living at St. Anthony, Idaho. Fine Chicago Markets potatoes at P. M. Jones'. You have been paying too much for your wall paper. I have a fine line i of samples and the prices are right. Call at Mrs. Curtis' boarding house and see them. CLYDE WE~aCHo Catholic Church Notice. I will be at the plaza west of Saguache on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each month, and at Saguaoho on the Thursday following and will oelebrato mass at eaoh place. Father Good. ~. O. Taxlor Whiskies, or mil~rlor e-~eelleace, 8tat~ of Colorado, ~ .o 8aguache County. f " In tile district court withln and for mild county. The Rio Grands 8angre de Cristo Railroad Company, a corporattO~etitloner" VS. Condemnation. MARRIED At the residence of the father of the groom in Carnero, on Wedaeaday, May 1, 1901, Mr. Albert M. Norem to Miu Sophie A. Johnson, Justice Sanderson officiating. O. O, Taylor WhiskS'n, Irow ia popularity. Mrs. E. C. Drew is the agent for the Lehr piano organ, Washburn guitar and other musical instruments, She also ia prepared to give instruction on the plane organ and guitar. Call on her at the Baptist parsonags or drop a line in tha postoflioe. Harness and saddles cheap at P. M. Jones'. G.O Taylor Whiskies=r great value to thasiO~ Charley Adams of the Guunison Tri- bune has been named as one of the trus- tees of the new state normal school to be built at Gunnisou. Fine potato seed at P. M. Jones'. Birt Clare has recmved a stock of shoes. See ad next week. This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine ~ble~ the remedy that ettt, tm ~ eoltl im ~ DIRECTORY. Twelfth Judicial District. Judge--Hen. C. C. Holbrook. Clerk--Lee Fairbanks. Attorney--& D. Pilcher. Legf slatlve. Senator--Hen. Clark W. Roe. i Representative--Hen. Mike Whit~ county erasers. JudgeL-Hon. O. D. Bryan. Clerk--l.a~ Fairbanks. Treaaurer--S. Jewell. Sheriff--Eugene Williams. Aesesaor--T. M. Alexand&. Supt. of Sehools--J. I. Palmer. Surveyor--Tom I. Atwood. Coroner--Dr. O. P. Shippey. Attorney--Jno. W. Davidson. County Physician~Dr. J. T. Melvin. COmmiSSIOnErS. John Welty, Chmrman. Frank Brown. Johh E. Ashley. Olive Branch Lodge, No. $2, A.F.&A.M. ~Regulax meetinga hold ou the Satur- day on or betore the full moon in reich month at the Masonic Hall, (Dman'e briok block), at 7;80 p.m. JOHN E, ASHLEY, W. M L~ F,~aBA~MS. S~cr$ta~, Baguaehe Camp 4"o. 28, W. of W. Meets in Odd Fellows Hall the second and fourth Saturday nights of each month. ALVA SCANDRETT, (~, C. W. O. LOOKETT, Olerk. The Crestone Gold Mining Company, Limited, a Cor- I .p..oratton ot Edin.bur~ll, [ WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every ~cotiana, ann ~)amel ~vic- ] county to represent large company of solidfimm. ~areu; Respondents ][ cwiaelk[ep~t~t~a$ga~s~laul~e~ fuer aYn~r~lpayable Y,$ P Y Y 1 ~I)~n- The people of the state of Colorado send [ s~., straight, boaa.flds, definite salary, no tom- greetiug to mission, salary pa3cm each Saturday and expen~ ~rheyrestone Gold Mining Company, Limib [ ~a~E a~8~anc,e~l~,~eyh~ w~k. t~TANDARD ea el Edinburgh Scotland and to Darnel Me.. ' ~ , .=, ........... ==~w. Larch, responUents above named. Wllereas, It appears by the petition flied in said district court by the above named peti- tioner that you are non-residents ot the state ot Colorado, or that your address 18 to tile pe- titioner herein unltnown, and timt a sum- I~ons In the above entitled cause, addressed to you and each of you, has been by tile sheriffof ~id county returned, with the certificate oi sald sheriff attaclled thereto showing that you Cannot be round lu sald county ot S~aguache, and Whereas, It appears from said petition tiler ou are luteresLed ill some )nallner IU the lanus hereinalter described, and Whereas, Said petitioner has flied in this court its petltiou pxayiug that tills court or a Judge thereof will cause ~o be tmcer;~alued the ValUe of your lutere~t in said lands, If such ~taall appeaG and the amount of compensa- tion tu be paid to you, the said The Grcstouc Gold Mining Company, Llmited. of Edinburgh, Scotland and Daniel McLareu, lor and in inspect to t~lO property or Interest sought to be approprlateU or damaged, as own- erol'clal/nant, by whatever JuLerebt, of all tiler certain parcel of laud lying and being in satU county of Saguaelle In salu state, and de- scribed a~ Ioltows~ to-wit: Beglaning at a point on the south line of SeCtiOn 7, I,ownshlp 4,3, N ~ 1.). east of Ihe New Mexico k'riacipal Meridian, at north WJ~ 1L' east 15~.81 leer from the b W ~.)rncr ot said section 7, thence north 89 11' east 109,74 I~et, Llleace n~Jrtn 25" 7' WeSt 859.1'/ feel, thence South 0" 49' east, 2t3 feet, thence south ?..5" 7' east 592,55 feet to the place of beshlnlng, con~. lallling an area Of 1.~Li acres more or less, all ill Llle souttleas~ quarter el Ills souLilwesL quarter of seCtiUU 7, township 43 norttl, range 1~ east el tile ~etv ~texico l'llnt~lpal Meridian, IU ~id county and S~.te, whine said Uesoribed land the pe~ltiouer prays Inay be ondetned lor tile use in said pel, itlun set lurLh, uuder all aCL euLILleU "AU ACt tO proviue h,r tll~ exer. c|se el Llac l'i~llt ot eullnt~nt dolna|n," approv- ed FehrualT 1Z, t877, and the several acts amctldaLory tnereol (rclerence to wtlich, lU sutd petJLlon, will fully appear), to.wit, tot tile purpose Ot laRlag and USIIIg the 8alne for tho gonstruetlon and operation ellis line of rail. road. You are tberetore notlfiod porsonal}y to be and appear bslole the district court of said COUrtLy a~ ~aguacne lu saia county, ou the 8rd day el June A. D. 1991 at the llOur ot' 1 O'clock tu ibe alternoon el saitl uay, tilen cud there to answer unto said petitmn and to abide the order of tbe court or Judge in tbe premises. Witness, Lee Fail'banks, clerk of the said court, and the s~.al thereof, at ~aguacbc, ~1 said noun! y the 2~rd day of April A. D. 1991. [SEAL,] LEE JFAIRBA~KS, Ctvl'k district court of ~aguache county. Woleott & Vails and Chas. A. Merrhuan, at- torneys tbr ph0ntifl, THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguitche. Best of care given to all stock trusted to my care,. MI qING APPLICATION. No. 557. Mineral Survey No, 145~, U. S. Land Office, at Del Norte, Cole., March 13, 1901. ~ Notice is hereby given thatthe Bonanza City Development Conlpany, by 4ohn E. Ashley, its attorney whose postofficc Is Bonanza, Colorado, has made application for apatent for 151}0 lin~ ear feet on the Baldwin lode bearing gold and sliver, the same being 180 feet S 36" 51' E and 1320 feet N 36" 51' W of the oiscovery shaft with surface ground 300 feet tn width. And 1500 feet on the Silver Spur lode bearing gold and silver, the same being 730 feet N 44" 18' W and 770 feet S 44 18' E lrom discovery sllaft taereon with surface ground :300 teet in width, situate in Kof ber creeR mining district, Saguachc county, state of Colin'ado and oescrlbediu tile plat al~d field notes'~u file in this office, as follows, viz: BALDWIN LODE~ Beginning at col' No. 1, whence the N ~ cor sec19, tw[/46NR8ENMPM bears N 24" E 872.5 feet. Tlmnce N :6 51' W 1,500 feet to nor No. 2. TheuceS53 09' W 300 feet tecorNo. 3. Thence ~36" 51' E 1.500 feet to col" No. 4. Tiieisce N 53" 09'E 300 feet to cot No. 1, the place of be. gmmng. SILVER S PUR LODE. Begh:mng at cor No. 1, on line 4-1 Baldwin lodethis survey, whence the N ~ nor see t9~ twp46, N R8EN 51PMbearsN 26 2~' 10" E 944.88 feet. Thence S 44" 18' E 1,500 feet to cor No. 2. Thence S 53' 09, W 302.5 feet to cor No. 3. Thence N 44" 1S' W 1500 feet to cor No. 4. Thence N 53 09' E 30"2.5 feet to col" No. 1, the place of beginning. Net area Baldwla lode 10.Fdlacres. Net area Silver Spur lode 10.33l acres. Net. area of claim containing 20.~ acres and formiL1g a porth)n of tile S W .~ of sec 18 andN ~iofsec19, twp 46NRSEof tbeNMP M. Said locattun being recorded in vet 72, pages 5t and 72 of tile records of Saguache county, Colorado. Ad~ninlng claims sur No. 1014 U. S, 1015 India, 1466 Bunker and 1467 John A. Logan lodes, claimants unknown, others if any un- known. JAs. H. BAx~ra~, Regtaer, First pub March 21--last May 23, MINING APPLICATION, No. 550. Mineral Survey No. 14586 U. s. Laud Office ~t Del Norte. Colo., March 12,1901. } Notice Is hereby given tllat the Bonanza City Developnmnt Contpany, by Jolm E. Ashley its attorue:f, whose postofllce ls Bonauza, Colorado, nas mane applicat|on for a patent for 1500 Ire- eat" feet on the S~em Winder lode, bearing gold and sliver, the same being 965 feet N24" 50' W and 535feet S 24" 50' E from discovery shaft thereon, with surface ground ~ feet ill width~ situate In Kerbcr creek nnaiug district, 8w guache county, Coloradu, and d*~scribed in the plat and lleld notes on file in this' office, as Iof lOWS, viz: Beginning at col" No. 1 vl hence the W ~ cor sec2u, twp47, N RSEN MI'M bears 8 8" '29' W 807.4 feet, thence S 24" 50' E 1500 leer to COl" No. 2. Tbence N 65 10' E L~00 Ieet to cor No. 3. "thence N 24" 50' W 1500 feet toter No, 4. Thence 8 65~ 10 W 303 feet to nor No. 1, the place el be ginuipg. Net area containing 9,076 acres, ex= pressly, excepting aud exclnd|ngall confllet with surveys Nee. 1554 Rover lode and 1586 8an Jua- quln lode and fornlin~ a port.ibn of the W ~4 ot secZ0, twp47, N K8EofthcNMPM, Said location being recorded tu eel 78, page "o08 of the records of Saguache county, Colorado. Adjoi~,JngehtJnls sin' No, 155t Rover and sur 0 INc. 15~6 San ,luaquln It)des, otbers if any un. n- kllown. JAS. I"1, -- "f- JFirst pub March 16-1aat May 1~,