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JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. H. AA_RON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestono Drug Store. i ,l. ~l'llA CY 31EL VIN, 2}1. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Amertcan House San Juan ave~ "me. Calls promptly answered, day or night. ..xaminlng Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa Grove. Colo. i Ull ii i CHLS. HAYDEN, -A_ttorney-at-Law, Saguache, Coio. THg ANERICAN NOHgE SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS, M, . 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 rehed upon, Th8 Saguacn0 Bounty Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated. July. 1882. CAPrrAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busl- n~ Transacted. Drafts I~twM on Prlndpal Cities of Europe, Safe Deposit Box~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. CEABLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDEN S. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver. Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo. Colo. ii Notice for Publication. U. S. Laud Office, Del Norte Colo. ) May 27, 1001. [ Notice is hereby given that tim following named settler has filed notice of his intentlnn to make final proof in supp,)rt of bls claim and that said proof will be made before tile regis- ter and receiver, U. S. laud office nt Del Nutqe Colorado. on .tu y 1(], 1901, vlz: Rosalie Moh- land who made homestead entryNo. 3227 fur the W SE td~nd W ~NE~sec 85, twp43, NR7ENMPM. LOCAL HAPPENINGS G. O. Taylor IVhlskies, honestinpu~'tt9 Strawberries, fruit and vegetables at Jones'. Del Norte announces a celebration for the Fourth. Instruction on piano aml organ. Mrs. Pittenger. Jud Keyes came down from Bonanza lasL Friday. Instruction given on piano and organ M vs. Pittenger. County Clerk b~,i~banks spent Thurs- day night at Aiamosa. For a good w~tgon and buggy cheap go to P. 51. Jones & Co. W. E. Gardner a suing man from Bo- nanza is a member of the jury. Go to Jenes' for flour, feed and pota- toes cheap for cash. James P. Veerkamp of Monte Vmta is also attendi|}g court this week. W. E. Tomlin of Crestone was a Sa- guache visitor the first of the week. G.O. Taylor Whiskies u~ed by critical Jadgem Alex Craig eam~) down from Bonanza the first of the week to report for jury duty. Judge Melten of ~restone is spending the week in the county seat attending court. G,0.Tsy[0rWhiekles retalnedby the weakest st0macht Make )'our arrangements to attend the Woudman dance at Dunn'a hall on June 6th. Frank Pittinger n~oved his family and i househould goods into the Munro cot- tage last l~'riday. Mrs. Mary E. Wells and J. It. Parsons, of Villa Greys were attending court the firs~ of the week. G.0 7.%yior Whiskies el" great caius to the stc2g L. F. Twitchell of Denver is in the Dunn estate case assistiug W. E. Cox on the part of the executor. John Hackworth, a former resident of Saguache is uow the landlord of the San Luis hotel at Villa Grove. D. H. DeBord and daughter of Moffat o were in town Monday, called here by having a case in the court. G. O, Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pure. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Means have issued cards for a reception to Mr. and Mrs. Bucher on tomorrow evening. George D. Nickel has bought the Granger place and will occupy it. His old iflace will be sold.--Prospector. John W. Wills of Locket: is spending the week in t,,wn. He is interested in some litigat ion in the district court. The. ~ases against Eugeue Jaques, which resuhedlas~term in ahungjury were nolted by the district attorney. t Ea iirst e}ass ~;hort-order meals aL lie names the folh/wlng witnesses to prove I 3i]',~. ~Jchwackenberg's restaurant, when biscontinuous residence upou and cultivation in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. of said land viz : ...... ~_ Loul Weiss, Adam J. Wels~, George Wilson, e e t.r and Wm. Henson, of Alamoss, all of Del Norte, Cole, John Sanderson, of 2 o[ Peter Henson the cattleman, Saguache. Colo. sons are ,IAS H BAXTER, ~egster ID to D S ,'/ ' . "' ' w a vltuesses in the MoQueary case. SAGUACIIE COUNTY.. ABSTRACT ,o.so,o l~[l~ A h'ly and e~ttl,, ranch known as the CO ANY .......... { Kelly raceh at Veteran, Cole, consisting of 480 acres u att, t'ed by two artesian Dealers In "-- -=0aguacue County wens, one the best six inch well in the REAL ESTATE. n CHOICE ItANCIII~S For sale in the Best Portions of the valley and by {he Gamete creek. Will sell land and stock together or land by itself. For terms at~d prices call at the ,'arch or wr~;e to T.M. Kelly, Curnero P. O. Sagttache county, Colo. San Luis Valley--the fa- R.M. Phillips known as "Shorty" cameup from Alamesa on Wednesdayl ) . . I mous gram field of (Ale- to att(.nd some cases )n whmh he is in- i rude. terested. _.. Property rented for non-res- ,Notice fin- Bids to Move School House. Idea:s, taxes paid and msur- Bids v, ill be received for moving school house in district 22, Saguaohe county, aries written. Color,do. All bids to be iu by gnne 24, SAGUACHE, COLO. i E. E. BUI~LINGAME & (~;,, CHEMICAL ( ASSAY OFFICE,.o,,.o.,I o., ~atabllshediu Cotorsdo,18(~ Samples by mail or express willreceive prompt and careful attentlon Oaid K RIIverEhdllan Renned, Mslted sndAusyed UUIU W~|/|U! MUUlUn OR PURCHASED. Copnentrfllon Tode--lOO,bs. or car toad Io,~. tvutm Wr~te for terms. i~ ::~6,173~ Lawrence St,. Denve:, Col~. i llS A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. l" have just added a large and com- plete line of LffqDERTAKING GOODS. This department is in charge of one who has had many years experience as au undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs f,'o,a the cheapest to floe metalic caskets. [ have a hearse. 1901 For further information car or write to Monroe Tomson, see. o scl~ool dist.. 22, Saguache county. Hoop- er, Cold. G. 1}. Ta)'lor Whiskies, ef ~uperl0r excellence Catil,}iJ,~' Churl!rl Notlc,% ] will be nt the plaza westof Saguache tm the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each month, and at Saguache on the Thursday following and will colebrute mass at each place. Father Good, Wes Staley ef Hooper, superintendent of this water division, was in Saguache the latter part, (,f :ha week trying to set- tie s.rne q orations which have arisen re- garding the distribution of water in this district. CASTORIA Y0r Infants an4 Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought the Signature of MARRIED At the Methodist parsonage in Sa- guache, Colo. on Wednesday. June 5, 1901, Mr. George Merkt to Miss Carrie Slsemore, both of Hooper, Rev. MoGann performing the ceremony. $100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease i that science has been able to cure, in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catan'h Cure is the only positive cure known tu the medical fraternity, Catarrh being a constitutional dis- ease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, andgiving the patient strength by builmng np the constitution and assisting nat- ure in doing its work, The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. t/ali's Famby Palls are the best. Keller Building. Work on J. J, Keller's business build- ing has been commenced. The building will be 22x60 and in the rear is a lumber shod 22x30 feet, Mr. Keller expects to oary all kinds of building material as well as builders hardware. Paints, ils, Varnish Furn. Enamel, Gold Paint, Varn. Stains, PaintBrushes and White- wash BrgsheS Tuesday night from the Medano *ranch with Charles W. McQue'ary, who is o!larged with stealing horses. Short Order. Mrs. Frank Hall, Villa Grove, is now prepared to give short order meals at reasonable prices. Charles Perry was the only juryman who asked to be excused. While the reason he gave was not fully sufficient in law dudge Holbrook let him return to his stock on the t'oehetopa. Burlington Route. The Burlington reduced rate season opens with a rate of $19 Denver to Kan- sas City and return June 9 and 10. Pro- portionately low rates from other Colo- rado points. The occasion is the annual meeting of Imperial Council, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine and the Burlington has been designated the official line l'rom Colorado Burlington trains for Kan- sas City leave Denver at 2:35 p. m. and 10 p. m. daily. Information on request. G. W. Vallery, general agent, Denver. FARM FOR SALE. Located as follows: N. E. I-4 Sc. 3, Twp. 44, R. 10, in Saguache County, Colo. Is assessed at $760. Terms Cash. Address, J. T. PATTERSON, 325 Salem St., Malden, Mass. When a fellow has money to burn, tbe mother of marriageable daughter~ is ready to supply him with a match.- Philadelphia Record. Every boy tn Germany from the crown prince to the meanest subject is obliged to learn some useful trade. Rather Cold Blooded. Of the tactics of infantry there is no end, but there are some simple rules for tile individual foot soldier to remember when lost in the chaos of battle. If you cannot bayonet your enemy, shoot him. If he goes away, aim at the base of his spine. But do not let yot:e attention be distracted from business by the consideration that other people are making a mark of you. It is your duty to kill the highest possible number of those op- posed to you, not to save your own ~ktn.--"How Soldiers Fight," by t~. Norreys-Co~ nell. $~e Heard It. The surI)ltced choir had done its duty for the evening service. But all during the church hours there had been a pe- culiar sound outside as If a child were crying. In reality it was something the matter with the organ. It could be heard distinctly In the auditorium of the church. When the choir sang the recession.al and marched slowly out of the church into the dressing rooms, one of the young ladies among the so- pranos asked the woman who takes care of the robes: Did you hear that awful squeaking out here?" "Yes, indeed, mum; I could almost understand the words." And nothing more was sald o~1 the subJect.--Detroit Free Press. Good Cheer. "Now tell me, doctor, candidly, 1,~ there anything really the matter with my wife?" : "Yes. Hc vocal cords are sadly af- fected. I'm afraid she may lose he: Voice." "Say, drop in on your way back from :.he office o,td chat awhile, will you? ~hlngs have been going badly with me lately and it's so comforting to hear you talk."--Chicago Times-Herald. A Strong Hint. Harry wanted to give Lucy a birth- day present, bnt couhl not make tip his mind what it should be; so the next time he called he frankly told her' the dlflteBlty under which he was laboring. "Want to male me a present, Har- ry?'.exclalmed Lucy in well counter- feited astonishment, "Why. Harry, you forget yonrself!" Harry took the him and offered him ieJ ~ on the ~-mt. (::~ .A,, $~I ~JL'Z 0 ~#..." A. Bemmths ~ Bought S%~t=o d Sa uachcPhar.] macy Co, PERSONAL.. l Frank Westfall of Creole is attending court. Fred J. Green of Carnero is a member of tbe jury panel. James Shields the Mosca attorney was in town on Monday. W. A. McEntyr~'came down from Ctaytonia on Tuesday. Mr. Dacre Dunn of La Garita is at- tending court this wee~. Judge Harkenstein of Buena Vista is attending court this week. I. W. Shifter, the Alamosa banker, was in town the first of the week. Emil Tob]er and son, Ed, of Cotton creek were in town last Thursday. Elizabeth Melvin went to Denver the first of the week to visit hel mother. Art Wilcox, Constable Morgan and Mr. Craig, all of Crestone, are attending court. Thos. H. Thompson of Bonanza was an interested spectator at the court house on Monday. Mr. S. W. Hodding sailed from Phila- delphia on the 24th cf May and is now io Engtaod. OceeFellows came up Monday from the ~tl country and is doing jury duty in the district court. Jute Lawrence c=e up from Oenter ou Monday and brought the body of his infant child here for burial. Messrs. W. E. Cox, F. B. Webster and O. A. Merriman of Alamosa, are all in town this week for district court. Miss Blanche Ashley graduates from Wolfe HaD, Denver, this" week and is honored by a place ou the program. Miss Farricgton, who returned last week from Poncha Springs, has been quite sick since from inflammation of the stomach. Mrss Stella Phillips received a tele- gram last Th,r.~day that her mother i was very sick aml left that afternoon for her home in Silverton. Join Lawrence, James Fullerton and Orva Phillips reeturned last Thursday from the Durance races. Bob Morrison went on to Denver with Rhody E and Pony Jack and they will be en'ered at Overland Park. Miss Katie Cr,~uch, daughter of our old time citizen Chas. Orouch, who has {been attending selmol in Saguache, is', home on a visit. She will spend the I summer in the shade of Ore~tone peak.-- Orestone Miner. 25 YEARS of unvarying purity-- seveu years of ripen. ing, in barr~,l~, bcfor2 it's bottled and sealed. R~:su!t-- Ct+~ ~ 'r ' I ' ? ' ' t ~ CC everywhere in the name ot the m:;i,,:;s of TAYLOR Never,~'(llu bulk. Of Druggists, Gr(cers. Lice ;setl Dealers,--everywhere. T.i'ad," .-',tDpfied lly WOLFE LON DONEI~ Grocer, Denver. TttE BRI D:\ HAM-QUEI~EAU DRUG CO., Who!es.le I)ru~gises, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Drug~lgt, L0adville, ii iii i i i~1 iiii | i i i i IH,, I SPOILED TREIR RAID. THE CAD]=TS HAD A LAUGH AT THE OFFICERS' EXPENSE. t~ow a HslIla~ed Table Wan SmuicB;led Into the Barraeks at West Point and tho Story of It,. Aeo/dental I)Ineove~. Thel~ are many tradltlons and sto- ries of escapades at the Military acade- my at West Point that are handed down from class to class, and one of the most interesting of these is that re- lating to the billiard table. Shortly after the civil war the cadets, always i i ii Sl ii i Mrs. Ptttenger will take a few more pupils om piano and organ. Tablets and box papers at lwoest prioe~ at CRESCENT Office. This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-QuiMne ~blo~ the remedy that ei~ a ~id in one Thuber Culture, Final Proof~ Notice for Pttbllation. U. S. Land Office at Del Norte, Colo., [ May 22, 1901. on the alert for some new scheme for Notice Is hereby given that ~eorge N Rood ............ l~ h~s filed no:lee of ln|ent.ion to make final amuement, aecmeu ~na~ ~ney wou (1 proof before the clerk of tbe district court at like to have a billiard table and as- his office in Sagu~che, Colorado, on Saturday, ............ _,_ -- the slxth day of July, 1001, on timber culture cordlngly organlzeQ a Dllllartl Ctuu. ~), application No. 1283 for the E 8 W ~4 and N collection was taken up wlth which to _~ s E ~ of section No. 1, in twp. No. 45, N R No 10ENMPM He names as witnesses purchase a table, and a suitable place 7. . ~ . ..... ...... I ]~luley ~. ~aws of Mtrage, Cote., Rtcnard was sought in which to set It up. unrtl [ It. Lampson, I'halley Tabor, Everett Green- the present steam heating apparatus well, all of Moff~t, Colo. . was installed In the cadet barracks, [ J~s. H. BAXTCa, Register. about 30 years or more ago, the heat- I ing was by means of furnaces. The ] Trustee's Sale. basement of the sixth dlvislon of the [ Whereas George W Keese el Saguache, barracks was used for coal bins, the ]count C ; ra- ~ "" ~ ~ " - -i ~ in - -h " "- a l y. ore no, ny tns cermm aeeu of tl'USt D ns De g SO arrangeu t at mere w s I dated November 13, 1900, and duly recorded in , ............ +h .... +~ .+. +h~ Itheofl)ceoftheclerKandreeorderof~aguache .............. [ o y, Co oracle, on the 13tit day of iNovem. DUllfllng, WlllCn COUlU only De reaches I bcr, 1900, in hook '/7, page 230, conveyed to the by passing through one of the others. I Public.Lrt\~t(eo,f,~aguach.e co..unl.y, Colorads, tt~ ~IUSL~'U [ne LOllOWlng uescrlD((l real estasa After considering all available places situate in the county o! Saguache and state of this coal bin was finally selected as be- ing the place least liable to detection, for it must be remembered the table was unauthorized. The table was bought in New York and sent to Garrisons, across the river, for there was no West Shore railroad In those days. One cold winter night It was hauled by a team of oxen across the river on the Ice and up the hill and was safely stowed away tn the coal bin before morning. The table was soon set up and became a source of great enjoyment to the cadets. A keg of beer was always kept on tap, and iamps were hung from the ceiling, giv- ing the room a cheery appearance. The members of the club used to gath- er there at all hours of the day and night, when their presence was not re- quired elsewhere by their duties, and sit around smoking, drinking and tell. lng stories while two of them played billiards. The authoritles soon became aware that there was a billiard table some- where in the barracks, for_they could hear the balls clicking together, but they could not find it. The cadets con- tinued to enjoy the prlvlleges of the billiard club for more than a year. Finally one night soon after mid- nlghL as two officers were returning from a convivial evening at the mess, they saw two cadets, clad In their un- derclothing and dressing gowns, emerge from the north sallyport and disappear down the steps to the area- way in front of the barracks. Instant- ly the thought of the billiard table flashed through the minds of the two officers, and they started quietly after the cadets. On reaching the basement doorway of :be sixth division the two cadets entered, and the officers, arriv- Ing a moment later, saw them climb over a pile of coal and enter an open door, through which came sounds of laughter and conversation and the cllcklng of balls, while the atr was la- den with fragrant tobacco smoke. The officers paused for a moment and held a whispered consultation. Finally deciding that they would tell the other officers of their discovery and have all of them come down the fol- lowing night and enjoy the fun of a raid on the club, they withdrew and went home. Next day all the officers at the post were informed of the dis- covery, and it was arranged that the raid should occur at midnlght. All might have gone well, and the officers might have had thelr little fun, had It not been that there were three cadets the previous night Instead of two.- The thh'd had forgotten his pipe and had gone back for tt, while the other two went on and were discover- ed by the officers. The third, comlng along a moment later, saw the officers and quietly followed them, observing all their movements and listening to their whispered conversation. When they withdrew, he went in and told the members of the club all he had heard and seen. The cadets at once realized that It was all up wlth the club, but they determined to have a laugh at the expense of the officers. Aecerdlngly all arrangements were made before the club adjourned that night. The next night the officers met as ar- ranged and crept stealtlflly dowu the areaway and Into the sixth division. Hearing u0" sound of clicking balls, some became skeptical and concluded the whole thing was a hoax, but never- theless they pushed on and climbed over the pile of coal. Opening the door, they were greeted with a glow of light, but still no sound. On entering they found the room deserted, but there were the billiard table, an almost untouched keg of beer, several pounls of tobacco, some chairs and lastly -~ note on the table, addressed to the offi- cei~ on duty at West Point. The note was to the effect that as the officers of the post had been so kind as to permit the club to continue Its existence for more than a year It deslred to present to them (the officers) the table and all Its appurtenances, as It was deemed expedient to wind up the club's affairs. The note was signed "The Executive Committee." The officers, of course, were much "ehagrlned at betng thus outwitted by the cadets Nevertheless the table was removed to the officers' mess nnd. as- cording to tradition, is thn one still in use there.--New York Tribune. Prt~ellee. Parke--I never saw a chl)d wttb stleh a remarkable memory for natn~g as mine has. Lnne--How do you account for It't Parke--Thtnk of the nurses she lilts hadl--Ilarl~r'i Ba~.~r. Colorado, to-wit: Lots 5 and 6, block 4, Mears addition totown of ~aguache, also 150x150 feet on seutlleast corner Christy avenu0 and Fourth streets and lot 4, block 7, in Russell's addition to the town ot'~aguacbe, Colorado, all in the town o[ guacbe, Colorado, in trust to secure' the payo meat Ol his i~romissory note el even date therewith lbr the sum of four hundred and forty at*d $.0100 de,liars, payable to the order of V. C. Davenport im May 13, 1901, together wlth interest thereon at 10 } er ceut. per anoum, payable semi-aunually, and Whereas, said deed of trust provides that ta case of default iu the payment of said note or any Interest tllcreon, or any part thereof, then tt shall be lawful for said trustee to sell the said premises or auy part thereof, and all the right, title and luterest ot said George W. Keesey, therein at public auction for cash, four weeks notice having been previously glv- eli by publication in a newspaper printed in said Saguache couu ty, and Whereas, tlle said George W. Kersey is de- ceased, the COUrtly court sitting tor vroba~ business iu and lor ~aguache county, Color,Ale having jurisdictton of estate of ~eorge W. Kersey, deceased, has duly made an order aliowmg said deed oi trust to toe foreclosed as the taw provides, and Whereas, said note is now due and default has been n~ade in the payment ther~f as well as the interest due thereon since May 13, 1901, and no part of the same has been paid and the legal holder of said note tms requested a sale or said premises under said qeed of trust, Now. ti~erefore the unders|gned as public trustee ofSaguache couuty, Colorado. will ou Saturday the 2'JLh of J one, A. D. 19~1, between tile hours ol Ol|e O'ClOCk and tour o'c|ock JU the alLerrloon, at the norlh I~'ont door of the court house In the town of ~aguache, Colo- rado, sell the above dc~,eribed property in and by said deed of trust convoyed tor the purpose of paying said note, lntercstdue ti~ereon and costs of executiBg this trust. Dated May 29, 1901. ' ~AMUEL JEWE LL, Public Trustee of Saguaehe county, Colorado. ~OTICE. 'lhe Colorado Fuel and Iron Company. Notice is i~ereby given that a special meet- lug ot talc stockiiulders of The CoLorado Fuel and Iron Compaity will be held on tile 18th d'~,y of July, 1NI, at 1Uo'ch,ck in ti~e lorenoon, at the gclleraland ])riucipal o~0e of the coin- puny, Bus:on blocs, corner of Seventeenth and CIxamp~ streets, In toe elty of Denver, in Ihe state of Colorado. For the purpose of submitting to the stock- holoers the quest]on of an increase of tl~o cap- ital stock of tim company to terry nil ion dol- lars (~41),000,01D), coSslsting ot fouc hundred Ihousand shares el one lluudred dollars ($I00) eaell, sucil stock to be non-assessable, and the question of auLhorizing the Board of Directors o[ said eon~pany tu lsstle :'rein :line to time tlfLeen nllilron dollars ($15,000,0(}0) of five per cent. ten-year convertinte gold debentm'es of the kind hereinafter dcserioed uud ot ratify- ing all of the actions t)l ti~e Board of Directors and el the President with reference to the IS- sue and sale of such debentures, And lbr the purpose of eousiderlng propos. ed amendments tu the articles of incorpora. tlou of snell company anti]prizing tl~e drrect- ors to issue llOln tithe to :tale thteen million dollars t$t5,000,000)of five per cent. ten year eonvert;ble Curd debentures of tile company of one thousand dollars ($1,0(g)) eaeh, each convertible at thn option ol tize l,older thereof into tile common stuck of the company at pat" (interest and dividends to be adjusted) on or at any tlme after February 1, 11~0"2, u~ltil and including August 1, 1906, and t~eh redeema01e at tim option of' the company at a premium of five per (rill. ell Hay ist~r~st day after August 1, 19~6, such debentures to bear taterest at the rate of five per eeoc per annum payable so/nl- annuaBy, and to m~lture August 1, 1911, and providing lot' the increase el the capltal stocl~ to forty milllon dollars ($4,0,000,000,) sucix capital stock LO De lieu-assessable, O[ which one hun- dred and lit'ty thousand additional shares of common capital stock of our buudred dollars ({100) each are to renlain in the treasury of the corn paay, to be issued only ! n exchange for ella aforementiou~ul ten year convertible gotd de- bentures tit tll~ option of the holders thereof respectively until and including August 1, tS(~ after which t~A)y of said one llundre(1 and l:ll[y thousand shares of commo'n stock which shah Lheu be unissued nit y be issued and disposed of for v~.g]uo reeei ved,'as rile l}ual'd of DirelY:ors may In ovlde, And providing for the d~spos|lion of thepro- seeds of ihe sMddebenl, ures and llmlling, so tong ttS any ot S~| d debenlurcs are outstendicg the l)t, wec of the company to place mortgages and oLher lncnutbranees upon the property of :.he coxnpally or to [lllLllOllze or issue other debentures or bonds except those provided tot tn the mortgages or deeds of trust outstand- ing July 1, /901, ov to Issue any noises or nreate ally illtlebtt:dtless Ior any other purpose tllan tbe ord|nal.y ruuniug expenses o{~ the company and provltllng :hUt tueet|ugs Oi the Board of Directors tn;ty bc held beyond the l|mits of the state el Colorado, Or any other amendments the substance of which shall be tibet Ibe capita] stocl be In- el'eased tO lofty tniLliou dollars (~0,1!00,000) and thaL the directors be authorized to iSSUe iirtcen million dollars ($1.),0~,0,000) five per cent. eouvertiblegold debantures, convertible i itHo colntnoti stoelL Dated May 25th, 1901. By order of the Board of Directors, J. C. OSGOOD, President of the Colorado Fut, l and Iron Colnpaoy. S. i. ttEYN. Assistant Secretary. Fire pub Ma~ ;~)--last June 27. L ti i!