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JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. ~ill practice in all courts. H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO, iL Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Store. J. TISA CY JtIEL YIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, O~ee opposite American House, San Juan ave- sue. Calla promptly answered~day or night. i..xaminlng Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, NL D., Villa C-rove, Colo. CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. AMERICAN HOOSB SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS. Me 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 b~ rehed upon. Tb0 8aguaen0 Bounty Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguschs County. Organized, May, 1880. Ineorpora~d, July, 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe, Safe Deposit Box~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD ~IAYER, Vie~-Prse. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. M&RK BIEDELL, COllRESPONDENI~S. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank. Pueblo, Colo. t Notice for Publication. U. S. Land Office, Del N~rte, Colo. ) :May 27, ll~01. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intenthm to make final proof In supp,u'~ of his claim and that said proof will be made before the regis- ter and receiver, U. s. land office at Del Norte, Colorado, on .iu~yl0, 1901, vlz: Rosalie Mob- land who made homestead entry No. 322,7 lor LOCAL HAPPENINOS G, O. Taylor Whisloes, are pure medicinal ttlmulantt Good harness, double and single, at Jon~s'. Instruction on piano and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. J. J. Novins, of Carnero, was in town last Saturday. Jones' is the place to get your fresh fruits and berries. F. P. Hall, of Villa Grove, was court- mg tile first of the week. '/he Wuodmen cleared about $14: on their dance on the 6th inst. Gee. W. Beckly left last Friday morn-] ing for Denver where he goes to buy goods. Instruction given on prone and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. Sam Feast was ea~ed on from Moffat on Friday of last week as a witness in the Ball vs Clark case. John Bryan, an employs of this office left last Snnday for a week's visit in Denver and Central City. Best coffee and teas at P. M. Jones & Co.'s. Mi~s Tillie Farriugton has been much worse the past few days and the family haw fears that she may not recover. Jesse 1~, Noland, of Denver, was called to tlooper ca Munday by the serious ill- ness of hie ~n in-law--Alfred Schaefer. Mrs. Charles Tarbell gave a reception to her lady friends yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. lI. A. Bueher nee R~mlbu. John Lawrence says that his sheep on the Cuchetopa are looking well and that: the wool clip this year will be fully up to the a:erago. {L 0. Taylor Whiskies u.-sd b~ oriti0el ]ud~l, Notice for Bids to fdove School House. Bids will be received for movi agschool house in district 22, Saguache county, Colorado. .4 ll bids to be in by June 24, 1901. For further information call or write to Monroe Tomson, see. of school dist. 22, Saguache county. Hoop- or, Colo. Permitibo Gallegos came down from Bonanza Sunday and returned Wednes- day. He came in and ordered the CRES- CEnT sent to him at that place. Mr. F. M. Hi]leer Villa Grove was a Saguache vmitor last Friday--it being five years since his last trip here. He says hesees much improvement in the town. Buy your g0ods=t Jones' and save money. l-larry Little and Frank Schroeder left a few days ago for the San Juan country. Frank will spend the summer working for Harry on his property near Eureka. Rev Drew has so far recovered as to theW~SE sndW%NE~sec 85, twp43, boabletbedrivenutfr an. hour or ~R7ENM~M. He names the following witnesses to prove so occasionally. It ts a source of gratifi- bisconliauousresldenceuponandeultivation ]cation to his many friends to note this of said land vlz: [ Loul Weiss, &dam J. Weiss. George Wilson, [ improvement. " . : all of Del Norte, Colo., John Sanderson, of[ ~ ........ ;. ;" Baguache. Colo. I Mrs. 1t. B. Means and Mm. J. B. Mot- lxs. H. B^xTzn, Register. I san went to Moffat Tuesday morning to SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache County REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in tlle Best Portions of the San Luis Valley the fa- Property rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and msur- ante written. SAGUACIIE, COLO. Jl Eo E. BUI~LINGAME & '~ /~- CHEMICAL t ASSAY OFFICE,.. ]Established in Col crude,1866. Samples bymall or x~resl will receive prompt sad careful attention 12aid It, Rlluf Ihdllen Rsfinsd, Melted and Assayed UPIU lellliliJUlllVll OR PURCHA{~ED, Cv,,eeirql0n T,~ete--t0o los, or car Ion,1 k' .~ulu r ~= ~,t tit. f*~r ter~.:* 1736 ~, 38 Lawrence St,-. Denve~. ~ ..... ii i A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line o UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is m charge of one who has had mau y years experience as au undertaker anti funeral director. My line of coffins runs ]rom the cheapest to fine metalio caskets. ] have a hearse. meet Miss Hall and Miss Mann, of Hoop- er. Miss Hall is Mrs. Morgan's sister and Miss Mann is a relative of the Means'. G. O, Ts~'lor Whiskies, o superior exeellen~ Catholic Churclx Notice. ] will be at the plaza west of Saguache on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each montl}, and at Saguache on the ;fhursdtO, [ollowing and will celebrate ma~s at each place. Father Good. W. A Bronaugh of Monte V;i~ta came mous gram field of Cole- in l~st Friday event; g for the purpose 0f rude. hnymg t,orz~s. Ba~maogh & Son have built up a line business in horse flesh sinc,~ locating ia Monte Vista less than a year ago. ~m Tl}eball grime between the Bonanza and Center nines nt this place on the 4th ts going to be an interesting one. BoH~ teams are strong and good judges say i~ wdi be close. It is stated that the boys are ~oing t,, havo a $200 purse up on l hc event and-they will play for blood. The game will brittg many from Bonan- zu camp as they are loyal rooters for their club. The meetin:,, of the San Luis Valley Masonic Associstion, which was to have been held at Wagon Vv'heel Gap on the 24th. has been postponed until. "~ar tn the set~son. Olive Branch Lodge, of this pbtec, has det'ided to celebrate the day at home. A special meetmg of the lodes will he held Saturday eve to complete the arran~tements. Roy. J. Wallace Ohl, ,f Salids, is expeeted to deliver an ad- dress 1o the lodge on the 24Lb. CASTORIA ]?0r Znfant~ and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of MARRIED On Saturday, June 8th, 1901, at the residence of Sheriff Williams, Saguache, Colo., Miss Jests Leavitt to Mr. Wm. Tucker, both of Bonanza; Roy. McGann officiating. These young people are favorites in Bonanza circles and we join their many friends tu most hearty con- gratulations. ,~oo R~,~,.d *~oo. The readers of this paper will bs pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease Paints, Oils, Varnish, Furn. Enamel, that science has been able to cure, in all its ---- stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Gold Paint is the only positive cure known to the medical For sinking the sh~t I00 teat &t fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis- ease, reqaire~ a constitutional treatment. Hall's the Eagle mine. shaft to b~ 4x8 Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly ~ fe~t in dear, timbers furnished read)" upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of Varn Stains tho disease, andgiving the patient strength by buiiamg up the constitution and assisting nat- ' ure in doing its work. The proprietors have par[ICUl~A~ appty ~,agte so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it ~ near Bonanza. Bi& will dose fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. June 25th, work to commence July Address, F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. PaintBrushes Hall's Family P,lls are the be.~t. I Ist. , The right to reject any and bYE--"~ all b~ds is reserved. --- The Eagle Leasing Co. At his home on the Upper Saguaohe, and White at 5:30 o'clock Monday morning, June m !10th, 1901, Franklin Clark, in the 67th year of his age. The news of Mr. Clark's st~den death He had been in town only the day before and seemed in good health and the best of spirits. However for some years he had been at times troubled with sinking spells and the one ou Monday morning res~tlted fatally in a very few moments. Mr. Olark was a native of Illinois and Sa uache Phar came to Colorado a great many years B ago, living in the counties of Clear Creek[ county in the early '70's and has made this county his homo ever nonce. He] was possessed of a most genial disposition [ and hospitable tea remarkable degree, {~@4~~**~ and all who ever met him can testify felt PERSONAL. t the fact that he was always kind and,@~~,~~$ indulgent. ,~[e leaves a wife, three sons pnd one daughter to mourn his loss. Mrs. Grsanwalt, the daughter, had only ar- rtv.ed from her home in Colorado Springs on Sunday-and had brought with her Mr. Clark's two grandchildren, Mr. G teenwalt came down also on Tuesday in time for the funeral. .~he funeral, was held on Tuesday afternoon from the Methodist church, P@v. McGaun dehvermg the discourse. ~]~e'burial was made in the Saguacbe cemetery and the remains were followed to their last resting place by a large numoer of the friends aud neighbors of the deceased. "G.O Taylor Whiskies = great vaiue to thestelt Ice for sale at Jones'. Saguache is going to celebrate the ~lh. We will have the usual races, a base ball game, and fireworks and a ball in the evening. Band boys have charge of the affair. Nice, pleasant time for all. Charles Hayden, who has been practic- ing law at this place for two years, has decided to move to Walsenburg--his former home. Mr. Harden will probably leave Saguache about the ist of July. A letter receivedat this office from ,Charles Bowen states that he is settled for the summer at Ahtanum, Washing- ton, and asks that the' CRESCenT be sent to him at that place. Mrs. Andrew Sheets, who keeps the section house at Moffat, desires to an- nounce that she is prepared to serve meals to all comers at any time on very short notice. Zack Clark returned Monday from Canon City where he had been after the horse that was stolen from Clark Bros. Villa Grove was well represented in the county seat on Tuesday~the occa- sion being the Roach vs Wells case. O. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow in popularity. Stealing water is a good deal like stealing water melons, it den t hurt a man's reputation very much. John Lawrence leaves today for Don- ver to look after his running horses which are at Overland Park. Judge Warburton, of Monte Vista, was registered at the American House the first of the weeR. lterman Schroeder came down from Claytonia last Thursday to attend the Woodmen ball. Henry" Roberts, of Cochetopa, was In town the first of the week. Father Good hole services at the Cath- olic chapel yesterday mormng. Short Order. Mrs. Frank Hall, Villa Grove, is now prepared to give short order meals at reasuoable prices. FARM FOR SALE, Emil Tobler was over from Mirage ]act Saturday. Clarence Garretson was in town the first of the week. Dr. O. P. Shippey was over from Vil- la Grove on Tuesday. John Smith, of Carnero, was in town the later part of last week. F. J. Green, of Carnero, was courting this week aud made this office a call. Mr. Charles Tarbell went to Denver on Sunday and is expected home today. Mr. Zook, of the Eagle Leasing Co., was a county seat visitor on Tuesday. F.M. Hills and Mrs. J. H. Parsons came over from ~illa Grove Tuesday morning. Pete Sheridan of C~nter came up last Thursday for a few days visit at the county seat. Miss Blanche Ashley, a graduate of Wolfe Hall, Denver, returned home last Sunday evening. J. J. Espinosa was in town yes[erday on his way to his sheep camp to look af- ter the shearing. Will McDouough came in from the Cochetopa Monday with a ~-horee out- fit after supplies. Miss Elsie Harem, a graduate of the Greeley Normal, Class '01, returned home Tuesday evenmg. Charles Hayden left on Friday after. noon of last week for Walsenburg and returned Monday morning. Miss Edith McMu]lin, a reeen~ gradu- ate from the Greeley Normal, returned to her home in Bonanza on Tuesday. Mrs. W. C. Lockett left Sunday night for a visit with relatives m Chicago and Kansas City. She will be away for about two months. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. McDonald, of Victor, came in on Monday for a visit with Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Roberlson. Wm Whitten finished his school iu Dmtriot No. 7 last Friday and went to Creeds Saturday. His wife and her sis- ter, Miss Ads TrebiL accompanying him as far as Del Norte and returning Sun- day. Mrs. Jennie M. Keesey left on Mon- day for New Mexico. She will be mar- ried in a few days to Mr. F~itz Youch of Liberty Camp aud will make her home there in the future--Mr. Youch being engaged in mining. Her household goods were movdd tha latter part of last week. ACE. ~/~OU CftntlOt lln~r.,V2 litter] nature. N~ |orcing process will r:pen so wcll--so naturally, as time. Seven yeats of ripen- ing in barrels iu every scaled bottle of Never'sold in bulk. Of Druggist,, {Jrocere, and Licensed Dealelm.. 7"rad,~ ,' applied Hy \VO [~FE LON DONER, G rooer. Den ~ro THE BRIDA[{AM-QUbI~EAU DRUO CO.. Wh(desnle .I)ruggisls, Denver, GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggist, L~fitdville, ~guache'a Fourth. The Band boys are determined that Saguache shall celehrato after all. They have raised considerable money and are arranging a" program for the day. A game of baseball between the Bonanza and Center nines will be one of the at- tractions. There will also be horse, foot and bicycle races and other attractions, The program will appear in next issue. BIDS WANTED. District Court. Judge Holbrook closed the June term of court Wednesday noon. This term is a record breaker iu that during the week and a half it was open the docket was cleared of more business than has been disposed of before in several terms. There has been some criticism of Judge ttolbrook on account of his being averse to holding court ou Saturday--his sab- bath. We can truthfully say that the people of Saguaehe do not find fault with him on that score. The mauner in which he expedites business saves the county a great deal of money every year aud he can have two days off every week and still not cost the county anything. The case of Travts vs Ambler, Cupples st al, was decided by Judge Holbrook yesterday noun in favor of Travis. *** The case of Russell vs Ashton was de- cided in favor of Russell. $*$ Iu the ease of The People vs Wallace Bros., charged with stealing a calf, the jury found the defendants not guilty. For Sale. A hay aud cattle rauoh known as the Kelly ranch at Veteran, Colo., consisting of 480 acres watered by two artesian wells, one the best six inch well in the valley and by the Carnero creek. Will sell land and stock together or land by itself. For terms and prices call at the ranch or write to T.M. Kelly, Carnero P. O. Saguache county, Colo. Thomas Saffel, an employe of the Rio Grands system, while coupling an en- gine to a car load of ties at La Garits, on Saturday, made a missealculation snd was caught between the engine sad pro- truding ties near the waist and chest and sustained fractures which are considered quite serious. He was hastily conveyed to his home at Moffat where surgical and medical attention was given.--Mail. @h O. Ta~lo~. 1Vhtlk~os , ltonest in puri~y (:~ .A. ~ r~ 0 X~L "!" ,.A.. WANTED--Capab|o, reliable person i.n every county to represent largo company of sohd finma- sial reputation, $936 salary per year, paysble weekly, $8 per day atmolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, boaalids, definite salary, no tom- minion, ~lary paid each Saturday and ex~n~ money advanced each week. STAND R HOU~E, 8~4, Dg.~t]~O~l BT., CnZ0AU-O. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Whereas by all order of the connty cotu't oi Baguacile county, state of Colorado, bearing date May 17, 1901 the undersigned wasauthor- ized and d reeled to sell certain real estate be- longing to the estate of George W. Keesey, to pay the debts el said estate. Now, Therefore, notice Is hereby" given that I will offer at public ~ale at my office m the town of Saguache, Colorado, on Thursday, the 13th day of June, A. D, 1901, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. of said day, the following de- scribed real estate, to-wit; All of the right, title and interest of the es- tate of George W. Keesey in to lot 10, lhe east hall of lot 9 and the west half (if lot 11, block 21; the north 15 leer of lot 5, block 18 lots 4, 5 and 6, block A, Settle's addition to the town o Saguaehe. all in the town of Saguaehe, Sa guacbe county, Colorado. Also lot 20, block . and lot1, block 52 in the town nl Bonanza Colorado. Terms nf sale. cash in hand. All sales sub ject to the approval of sald county court and all deeds to be executed on approval thereof. Dated at Saguaehe, Colorado, this 18th day o~ May, A, D, 11701. CHARLES HAYDEN, Administrator. Located as foIIows~ N. E, ~-4 Sec. 3, Twp. 44, R. I0, in Saguaehe County, Colo. Is assessed at $760. Terms C~h. Address, J. T. PATTERSON, 325 Salem St., Malden, Mass. Bean t~s ~he Kind You Have Always 8bught ~t~agtm, e of CountyStat O[ofCo]orado,sagaache. } ss In the District Court. Belle bIofl~tl, 1 Plaintiff, lb vs. Stuumons. Chauncey ~,V. Moflat 1 and A. lt. Moffitt, Defendants. J The people of the state of Colorado, to A. H. Moffat the defeudant above named, grettlng. You are hereby requlred to appear in an: action brought agalns~ yon by the above num. ed plaintiff In the distr!ot court of ~sguache county, state of Colorauo, and answer the ecru- plaint therein within twenty days alter the service hereol if serveu within this county, or fserved out 0fthls county, or by puldleatlon : wlthiu thirty days slq~r the service hereof, ex. elusive of ]he day of service, or default wlll be taken against you the prayer of the complaint, And if a of the complaint ta the above entitled acti, be not served with this 8unllnons, or li Ihe service hereof bo nlade out ol'tbl~ 8tare, then ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for appearance and aoswer will be ~llowed before ti*e taking or Judgment by de fault as aloresald. Tile said action Is brought Ior alhn,my and divines of pr,)Perty against lira detend,,nt Chauocey W Mdffitt, and to set aside eertai)n fraudulent coqvt'ytule0~l Of real estate alltl 1 r ,qnitable relief against the d~fendant A. H. Mufti,t, as will more fully appear f~om the complaint ht ssltl action Io ~bich reference Is h~'rc Ill id(.. Andyouare hereby notified l]tatlfyou tail to ttppear end to answer tllu s~tld contnl~iflt a~ ah~)verequlred, bes~id phtinUffwili take de- fault itud judgluent ~tu prayed tbr In said el)In- plaint. Given under myhand and ]he ~,at of said eourtatSignache, Jn said t:ounty this ]Ttb day cr May. A. D. 190i. [SEAL.] I.:IEZ ~'AIRnANKS. ( lark C. A. Merrlman,'nttorney for pl.dntl~. First pub. May 2~--last June 20. Mrs. Plttonger will take a few more pupils on piano and organ. ~ " :" .... Tablets and box papers atlwoest prices at CRESCENT OffiCe. This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo.Quinine Tablets the remedy that era'el a ~odid la eme Thnber Culture, Final Proof~ Notice for Publication. U. S. Land Office at Dsl Norte~ Colo., May 22, 1901. Notice is hereby given that George N Rood has filed notice of inlentlon to make final l~roof before the clerk of the district court at his Offic0 la Saguache, Colorado, on Saturday, the sixth day of July, 1901, on tlmber culture application No. 1283 for the E S W ~ and N ~4 S E V~ ofseeUon No. 1, In twp. No. 45, N R No. 10 E N M P M. He names as witnesses, Finley M. Davtsof'Mlrage~ Cole., Richard H. Lampson, (halley Tabor, Everett Green. well, all of Moffat, Cole, JAs. H. BAx~im, Re/~fer, Trustee's Sale. Whereas, George W. Keesey ot Saguache, county, Colorado, by his certain deed of trust dated November 13 ll~)0, and duly recorded in the office or the cler~ and recorder of Ssguaehe county, Co'crude, on the 13th day of I~ovem- her, lt~00, in book 77, page 230, conveyed to the public Iru~t~e of~aguache county, Colorado, as tlustce lhc following described real estate situate in the county ot Saguache and state of Colorado, to-wit: * Lots 5 and 6, block 4, Mears addition to town of~aguache also 150x150 feet on southeast corner Chrls~y avenue aud Fourth streets and lot 4, block 7, in Russell's addition to the town of~aguache, Cotorado, all in the town ot guaehe, Colorado, in trust to seenre the pay- incl}t oI his promissory note el even date lherewith.[br toe sum of four hundred and forty and 49.100 d.Hars, payable to tile order ot V. C. Davenport on May 13, lttOL, together with interest thereon at 10 )or ~ent. per anaoln, payal)le sem|-anuuatly, and Whereas, said deed of trust provides thatqn ~ase ot default in the payment of said note or any interest thereon, or any part thereof, then it shall be lawful for said trustee to sell the said premises or any part thereof, and all toe right, title and interest el said George W. Keesey, thereiu at public auction Ibr cash, four weeks notice having been previously giv- en by publication iu a newspaper printed in said Saguacile county, and Wiiereas, the said George W, Keesey is de. ceased, the county court Hitting for probate business in and ICy ~guaehe couuty~ Colorado baying Jurisdiction of estate of George W. Keesey, deceased, has duly made aa order alimwng said deed oi trust to be ibreclosed as the law provides, and Whereas, said note is now due and default has4)een nlado in the payment thereof as well as the luterest due therema since May 13, 1901, and no part ot tl~e same has been paid and th0 legal holder o1' said note has requested a sale of said premises under said deed of trust, Now, therefore the undersigned as public: trustee of Saguache county, Colorado, will on Saturday the 29th of Jnne, A. D, 1901, between Ins hours clone o'clock and foul' o'clol~k Jn tbc alternoon, at the north front door of tlle court house in the town of ,~aguaehc, Colo- rado, sell lhe above described prope, rty In and by said deed of trust conveyed lor the purpose of paying said note, interest due th~rcg~ anti costs of executing this trust. Dated May 29, 1901. SAMUEL JKWELL, : Public Trustee ot Saguaehe county, Colorado, NOTICE. 'lhe Coloz, ado Fuel and Iron Company. Notle~ is hereby given that a special meet. lug (~ thc~ stockholders of The~ Colorado Fuet and Iron Company will be he!dou the l~tb d'$y st July, 1901, at 10 o'clock Jn the forenoon, at the general and prlneipal office of the eom- palty, Boslon bloci% corner of Seventeenth an(i Champs streets, in the etty of Denver, iu the 8tale of Colorado. For the lmrpose of submitting to the stork- holders the question of au iucrease of the cap- ital steer of the company to lorty million dol. lars (,40,O(}O,~J), coustsltng ot [our hundred. thousand shares ot one hundred dollars ($100) each, such stuck to be non-assessable, and the question of auLhorizlng the Board of Directors t~t said company to issue from time to finis litteen milll0n dollars ($1,5,(-100,000) of five per cent. ten-year convertible gold debentures of the kind hereinafter descriued, and ot ratlfyo ihg all ot the actions of the Board of Dlr~tors and ot the President witll relerenee to tile IS. sue and sale ot such debentures, And for the purpose of considering propos. ed ameodmcnts to the articles of Incorpora- tion of such company authorizing th0 direct- ors to Issue flora thno to time fllteen million , dollars t$15,000,009) of five per cent. ten year ! convertible gold debentures of trio company of one thousand dohars ($1.000) each, eaen convertible at the optlou of the bolder thereof Into tlle common steer of tll~ company at par (ln~erest und dividends to be adjusted) on or at any time after leebru~try 1,190'~, until and Including August 1, 1906, and each redeemable at the option of ti~e company at a premium of five per lent. on rny iuter~st day after August 1, 19U6, such debeutures to bear interest at the rate of five per cent per annum payable semi- annually, and to mature August 1, 1911, and providing icy lhe Increase oi trio capltai stoe~: to forty r n If]los dollars ($40,000,000,) such capital sto~k to ne non.atsseseahte, of willett one hun- [ dred and tl[ty thousand additional shares of common ea))ital stoe~ of one hundred dollars ($100) each a~re to remain in the treasury of the company, to be Issued only I n exchange for the aioremeutiqned ten year convertible gold de- bentures at the option (,f the holders fhereof respectively Ullt[l and including AUgUSt 1, tg~O after wtlicil an), of said one llundred and fllty thousand shares of common stock whici~ shall then be unissued mu_~ be tssued and disposed ot t