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i i iii i i i JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. ~Villprotice in all courts. I,H J i i Jr. IRA GY ~rEL F/N, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Olios opposite American House, San Juan ave- sue. Calls promptly answered, dar or night, Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Btlrean. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D, Villa C..ovc, Colo. | CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, SaGuache, Colo. TH8 AMERICAN H01]SB SAGUACHE, COLO. MRS. M. E. COLVIN, PROPs This house has recently changed bands. The new management will is to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beds and an excellent table can be LOCAL HAPPENINGS BORN. To the wife of Dr. H. A. Lord, at Crestone, on Sunday, July 7, 1901, a girl. Best coffees nd teas at Jones'. Q Ned Lockett made a trip up the Sa. guache on Sunday. The commissioners adjourned yester- day afternoon for the term. Miu Margrst Lockett came up from the home ranch in the 41 on Friday. Thca. Roberts came down from the Cochetop and spent the 4Oh in town. Cherl~ Alberteon and daughter, Miss Jo~phine, of Veteran spent the 4Oh at Seguache. Jones' cash store fs the place to get groceries nd provisions, flour and feed t lowest prices. Haying has now commenced in ern- eat end the next few weeks will be busy ones on the ranches. On Tuesday W. C. Lookett received a fine Emerson piano which Mrs. Lockett selected while in Chicago. I have for sale at a bargain, s 10 dozen h upon, incubator and brooder, in first class con- re,,ed dition. James Buchanan. TAn 8aguacna I 0untv Ban , J ,u..u.I ~ _ J.J. Keller has gone to Cochetopa to Pioneer Bank of vaguaohe County. build a house for Thomas Roberts. He is Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A Genera! Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europ~ Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIREC:rORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Yice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDEN 1~. Kountze Bros., New York City. Fist National Bank, Denver, Colo. Fist Nationai Bank. Pueblo, Colo. ill THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Worrier, Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock an- trusted to my care. RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold ...... . .... .......... ]~8 .50 ~, Gold and Silver..8 35 .50 [ Gold,silver,copper 1.50 8amIMss by mall reselu# prompt, attstrtlen. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 7429-16th 8t., Denser, OGle. : SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache Conty REAL "ESTATE. CHOICE .RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the f- mous gram field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- Idents, taxes paid and msur. anco written. SAGUACHE, COLO. i t i E. E. BUI~LINGAME & CO.~ CHEMICAL ASSAY OFFIGE,.o,A=O.A o., Establishedin Colorado,l~, 8amplesbymsllor ex~res s will receive prompt and careful attention I~ald It. ~llv=" Ihillla- Rsnsed, Molted end Aoss~ w, pJjbl W~llrgl MMHUUII OR PURCHAeED. ~OP, P~OII~'a|]OII Te~te__:LOO,b,. or csr tosd lot,. .vv*g Write for term~ |~ 3~ | 138 Lawrense St.. Denver. Cu;o. A. BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, :: Denver Ave. ACHE. I have just added a large nd corn- " plate line of UIqD~T.~KING GOODS. Thk department is in charge of one who has hd many years experience as an undertaker nd funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the " chepe~t to fine metlie caskets. I have a hearse. being assisted by Messrs. Hogue and Beery. L. P. Hammond and Walter tiara- mend received a couple of new trout rods last Friday nd they initiated them the "first of the week." The major portion of the wool clip has been brought to town and stored. The price is low this year and will prob- ably not be over 10 cents. Mrs. W. A. Lookett came up from the ranch yeeterdy and brought Mrs. Creger home. She says crops are looking well in the vicmity of Lockett. ~, O, ~l'affle~ Wh~ek~t~ honest ~npur~fM Mrs. Jones nd Miss Reed of Chicago at'* at the American House where they are showing fine line of tailor made suits, shirt waists, skirts, millinery, etc. Alfred Schaefer ia able to sit up nd will be tken to Denver by his wife and mother as soon am his physician thinks it safe for him to make the journey.-- Hooper Press. W. A. Bronaugh of Monte Vista was in town Tuesday with nose horse buyers. They went up to Los Pines to look at the McDonough herd with a view of pur- chasing them. Mrs. D. E. Sherman, mother of George Sherman, died at her home in Pueblo on Tuesday afternoon. The burial was rede at that place. Full particulars in our next issue. ~J~ O. ~s~ler Whiakip und b~v oritioal ]ud~m Et flmt elms short-order meals ~ Mrs. Schwaekenberg's resturant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the pcetoffice. Call and see the fln line of tailor 'made suts skirts, ~mts~ all- and novelties now on display at the ~n House, Saguache. J. E. Mitchell was marshal of the 4Oh of July calebretion and filled the position very acceptably. When it came to n- nouncing the various contents his "uc- tioneer voice" came in good play. Segueche people celebrated the 4th nd tho~e who were in attendance report i a rousing good time. The Saguache ball tem beat the Bonanza nine. The Cen- ter tem never showed up.--Eagle. Wm. F. Boyd and family, Dr. Melvin, Miss Melvin nd Elizabeth and Prof. Morgan and wife and Miss Hall spent the Fourth picnicing on the Saguache above the Hodding ranch. They report having passed n enjo~ able dy. Call and see the fine llne of tailor image suxts," skirts, shirtwaists, mil- linery and novelties now on display at the American House, Saguache. Misses Edith and Thais McMul]in of Bonanza spent the 4th in Saguache, be- ing guests of Miss Hope Williams. Miss Edith MnMnllin expects to start for Ma- sill in short time, having been sp- i pointed in the government teacher schools. Catholic Church Notice. I will be at the plaza westof Saguache on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each montb, and at Saguache on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass t each place. Father Good. Instruction given on piano and organ Mrs. Pittenger. CASTORIA or Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Catarrh [Paints, Oils, Is a c3nsti~:utional disease. It originates izz a scrofulous condition o the blood and depends on that condition. It often cans(~s headache m~d dizziness, impairs the tan:e, smell m)d hearing, af feels the vocal org;m~, distu]'b:~ the stomach. ]t is always radically and permanently cured by the b]ood-purifyi]~g, alterative and tonic action (.q Hood's Yarsap rilla This great medi(.ine has wrought the moot wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or" t'ne scrofulous h:tbi~. HOOD'S PILLS are the best cathartic. VILLA GROWE NOTE~. Vill Grove celebrted Independence day. The paint brush beautifed Mrs. H. White's home. Ms. Clara King is expected home shortly from her visit with friends in Salt Lake, Utah. Mrs. Susie Robison and daughter, Maybeth, formerly of our plce, but now of Kansas, spent few weeks most pleas- antly here among old time friends. D. K. Hawkins of Cripple Creek arriv- ed in the Grove last week Wednesday, to look after mining interests.* He has ;not grows'one day older in looks since he was a citizen of this place esverl years ago. Varnish, Furn. Enamel, Gold Paint, Varn. Stains, PaintBrushes and White- washBrushes Thewriter of these notes hd t .,Sa uach pharlc pleasure of spending the 4th in Crestone and we were more than pleased with our visit, as we found the beautiful little business portion was decorated in an ar- tistic manner, with flags and bunting, which would have been a credzt to a hospitality the good people of Crestone cannot be excelled, X J. W. Phye of Veteran spent the 4th at Saguaehe. Miss Miller of Ch~ago is visiting with Mrs. Wm. Boy& Wm. J. Werner and wife spent Sunday at Valley View springs. Ben Timney and family were down from Bonanza for the 4th. John Smith aud family of Vetern celebrated the 4th at Saguanhe. John Cline and family are spending the week on the Upper Saguache. Richard Lampson of Mofft was county seat visitor on last Saturday. Callie Hills was the sole represent- tive of Villa Grove at our celebration. M. B. Colt of Alamesa was in town on Tuesday, the guest of the Wm. Boyd's. Mr. L. J. Co/via, Miss Landeas nd Frank Carlson spent Sunday at Valley View sprmgs. The Woodard families Left yesterday morning for a week's outing at their ranch on Kerber creek. W. J. Bennet came down from Golden and spent the 4Oh here going to Bonan- za on Saturday of last week. Dr. J. W. Rambo of Florence came in ~'esterdy morning nd went up the creek to join a fishing party. Mrs. Hoey was called to Crestone Sun- day where she will remain for time with her daughter, Mrs. Lord. .~m Mr. and Mrs. Biedell, who spent last week at Del Norte, spent Sunday night at Seguaobe on their way back to Bo- nanza. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Eliiott drove up from Del Norte Sunday afternoon. Mr. Elliott hd business in the county court on Monday. Mrs. J. C. Creger accompanied Miss Margaret Lockett to the Dr. Lockets ranch on Sunday and will spend the week there. Jacob Barsch of Villa Grove was in town yesterday on legal business. He was aecompauied by his father, who is here from Kansas on a visit. Mrs. Gillette, a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ulrey, left for Denver last Sat- urday where she will meet her husband who has just come on from California. LinMy S~ubbs, a former resident of Saguache, came in Monday night for a i short visit with his brother, B. P. Stubbs. Mr. Stubbs is a resident of Cripple Creek. G. O. Taylor Whisklee, 10"ow In popularity. SEALED As a good thing ought to be-- in bottles. And sealed medicinally pure~and ripe with age--and mellow. Our name on label over the cork. It's there becalms it protects your interests as well as outs. 9 TAYLOR .tJl./ Never sold in bulk. Of Drul~lsts, GN~ers Licensed D~alere,--sverywhere. How's This ? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be ct~od by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fin- ancially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. WEST & TaUAX, wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. WALD1NO, KINNAN ~, MARVIN, Wholesale Drug- gists, Toledo, Ohio. HaU'e Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75e. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills the are best. G.O Taylor Whiskies or' great value to thesl~g Maid of Honor. At a regular meeting of the bord of county commissioners of Ssguache coun- ty held on July let, the following pre- amble and resolution was adopted: Whereas, the citizens of Saguache county are soon to vote for the election of a maid of honor to represent the coun- ty at the festival of Mountain and Plain to be held in Denver, October i, 2 and 3, 1901, and, whereas, the county commis- sioners are judges of election and all matters connetted with such election. And whereas, the said election has been unsettled as to the manner of voting. Therefore, be it resolved, that this board will not count or recognize more ~han one vote from each person residing in the county, and each ballot or coupon shall be duly signed by the personI vot- ing the same. LEE FAIRBAMKS, County. Clerk. Excursion to Buffalo Through the Lakes. The success of the Burlington's first personally conducted excursion to the Pan-American exposition, enooureges us to organize another. The date which has been selected i= Thursdy, July 18. Sleepers for Chicago will leave Denver at 10 p. m. tht day. Twenty-six staterooms abord the North Land sailing from Chicago 2:30 p. m., July 10 and eight aboard the Manitou, sailing at 5 p. m. the same day have been reserved. These are the finest vessels on inland wtsrs. Rates vary from $52.50 to $54.20 for the round trip. Prty will be in charge, as far as Chicago, of an experienced man who will relieve mem- bers of ll bother about baggage, trans- fers, etc. The first excursion ]eft Denver Thurs- day, June 20, and its members were en- thusiastic in commending the perfection of the arrangements for their comfort. The second excursion promises to be even more successful than the first. ]?older giving details will be mailed upon re- quest. Sleeping car berths and state- rooms can be reserved at any time--the sooner the better. G. W. Vallery, Gen'l Agent, Burlington route, 1039 17th St. Den nor. Troubles ot a Minister. To benefit otbers Roy. J. T. W. Ver- non, of Hartwell, Ca. writes: "For a long time I had a running sore on my leg, I tried many remedies without bene- fit, u~til I used a bottle of Electric Bit- ters nd a box of Bucklon's Arnica Salve which cured me sound and well." Seres, eruptions, boils, eczema, tester, salt- rheum sho.w ~mpure blood. Thousands have found in Electric Bitters a grand blood purifier that absolutely cures these troubles. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded hy Lord & Wilcox,drug- gists, Crestone, Colo., large bottles only 50 cents. $hort Order. Mrs. Frank Hall, Villa Grove, is now prepared to give short order meIs at reasonable prices. C~ .A. ~ ~J~ O 3~dL ~.~.. So=,. the A'ho Kind You Have A!weys Bought Tvad,~ ,~;,apptted By WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver THE BRIDA HAM-QUEREAU" DRUG CO., Wholesale Druggists, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Drugglgt,/aoaddllo, Public Announcement. For reasons which are sufficient nd good to me I hereby giv~ notice that I will no longer be a member of the popu- list party. FzLIX CHAVZZ. Clothing, bats and gloves cheap at Jones'. Bob Buekley from out in the 41 coun- try was among the vimtors who enjoyed the Crestone festivitee.--Eegle. Hiram Hzner and a crowd of jolly boys took in the 4th at this place nd brought string of fast horses with which they got inside of the money.--Eegle. W. E. Cox was up from Alamosa on Monday on county court business. He has recently returned from trip to blazing, burning Kansas. Mrs. Cox and the baby re in Denver. Mexican Pets, coording to the dis. ptches from Pueblo, is billed for fight with Jules Paler, a Kansas heavyweight, 10 round, before the Rovers club in the fore part of this month. Mrs Susie Robison of Kansas was in town yesterdy in connection with mat- ters relating to the sale of some land above Villa Grove. Mrs. Robison for- merly remded in this county, her hus- bnd bemg the late Charles Robison. Q. O, Taylor Whlsk~es, sr* pus medicinal stimulant* The trans-Missimsxppi congress con- venes at Cripple Creek next week. Lee Firbanks has been appointed a dele- gate by the county commissioners ndI will attend He also expects to visit i ' I few days in Denver and also go up toi Boulder to see what the Chautauqua is ] like. It sa fine place and Mr. and Mrs. Biedell will make their home there in the future. Mr. Biedell will devote his time to his min- ing interests at Bonauza nd in the 8an Juan country. We are sorry to see them pull out of Saguache county. From Mrs. Drew. The following is an extract from a per- sonal letter from Mrs. E. C. Drew: "I bad a long, tiresome trip back. Mr. Drew looked as natural the day of the funeral as he did in 8eguaohe. Rolnd is real well but I have been about sick since I got home. It is very warm here." Tablets and box papers at lwoest prices at C~SCF_~T office. G. O. Ta/lor Whiskies, of superior exoellene~ A MtranKe Experlenee, An Atlanta woman who Is deeply In- terested In psychological research re- lates the following story about an ex- perience her husband hd in the realms of the occult: "We were having a new home built, and my husband went to It every dy to see what progress was being made. /One day as he stood In the frost room np stalls his attention was aff~racted to the street. Looking out of the win- dow, he saw a funeral procession pass- ing from the door and out through the gate. The casket was small, white and covered with flowers. He recognized friends and neighbors In the crowd, and through some indefinable Impres- sion he understood that the corpse was that of hts son, though he had no son at that time. Surprised and startled at the thought, he saw the procession van- ish, and he was entirely at a loss how to account for the experience. The hour was noon, and there was nothing In his mood or environment apparently that Induced the subconscious. "Within few months a little son wa born to us, and at the go of 3 years tt was carried out of the gate In a flower covered, white casket and fol- lowed by the same friends my husband hd seen that noontime long before. What explanation can be given of this circumstance and experiences like It that are constantly being related in so- cieties of psychical cultureF'--Atlanta Constitution. A Funny Surprise. This story Is told by a man who dis- likes nothing so much as to be sked questions: "My little girl Is very fond of seashells," lie said, "and, having been clle4 to Atlantic City on busi- ness one day, I took advantge of the opportunity to run down to the beach to see if I could pick upa few. I was strolling along the sand, gathering a few shells and pebbles, which I placed In my handkerchief, when along came one of those old Idiots who ask ques- tions with their mouths which their eyes could answer. "He smiled upon me nd said: 'Fine day, isn't It? Are you gathering shells?' " 'No,' I snapped back, saying the first thing that popped into my mind; 'I'm looking for a set of false teeth I st while in bathing.' l"He expressed his sympathy, and then his face lit up as his eye eaught sight of a pink and white object on the sand. 'Well, I deelreI Here they are now!' ]ae exclaimed, and, sure enough, he picked up a set of false teeth lying right at his feet. I ws too surprised to do anything but grab them and put them In my pocket. The funny part of It Is that I never had a tooth pulled lf~ my life. I wonder who that false set belongs to. --Philadelphia Record. Not Self Ceaseless, . "I will say," remarked the young wo- man "that he lm not afflicted with that self consclotlsne~s which marks the pe~.son of deficient culture." "No." nnswercd Miss Cwyenne, "he ,sift at all self eonseiou~. He wtll'be tireaome by the hour without being tn the least aware of it."--Washtn~ton |tar. lill iiiii Jack Bake~ Wins. At the Gillett track lot" week Jack Baker won the mile hurdle race--4 jumps--in 1.56. The pur~wM$150. Melons, fruit nd-vege4~blu at P. M. Jones & Co. T. M. Lyons who ie ]ooted at Itolley" in the Arganmm valley cam* over to spend the Ith nd visit hi* folk~ C. A. Mack has mueh ~mpmv~ tl~,' pperance of hi= 5th gtreet residan0e property by building nut pioket fanca. Margie Johnson returned home from Denver Monday whero ehe has b,en en- joying the advantage of big city the past six months.--Journal. :'~ Word received here lot week i= to the effect that Charles Hayden him boon very sick at hi= home in Wakenburg, but is now on the road to r~overy. Walter Hammond,~L~m Town~ud, Orva Phillips and Tom Fullerton left yesterday morning for a fl~hing trip on the Upper Seguache and Four mlle. On the afternoon-of the 4th a lawn party was given at oh, home of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Burrows. About t0 w,re premnt and they had glorious tim~ Prof. J. B. Morgan expects to leave soon on trip to his old home in Xlli- nois--near Coutralia. He.will also stop over enroute at Trenton and Crete, Nob. Copper properties will bring Crestone to the front. The new strikes" In J. D. O'Brien and Davis properties will ma- terially essist in getting the reduction works so greatly needed.~Eagl~ and see the fine llne of tailor made suits, skirts, shlrtwalsts, mfl- lin~ and nov~t~ now on dtsplar at the Am~can Ho~., Saguar.h~. C. A. Mack and Clint Gray have sold their saw mill to C. B. Fox. We under- stand that Mr. Gray is going to Oregon but Callie has not decided as to his plane for the future. He probably will decide to remain here. S. S. Boughton, W~fe and son, Harry, came over from Salida on Wednesday and spent the 4th here, .being the'~uests of Mr. and Ms. Birt Clare. Mr. Bough. ton i8 now engaged in the wall paper businem at Salida. =:: W. A. Hunter of Farmmgt~n, New Mexico, ~ former reoidont of Saguache, came in Wednesday eveoing ot let w~k and remained over the 4th until SatUr- !day. Mr. Hunter has been spending the past two months in the east and w~ on his way home. Mrs. Hunter and Mr~ Bennett are expected here later in tbe summer for a visit. The celebration at Crotons on the ~th was very guccessful affair, notwith- sounding the drewbaclm. By nose means the report got out that becu~ ! he azcur. sion train could not be run the whola thing had been declared off. This w~ not true and no doubt kept many. away from the camp who would have goes. As it ws the Eagle asys the' had 3,000 people there and that all of them ~joy- ed the festivities. , : Roy. Thorns Stephenmm will pma0h at the Baptist church on Tuesday even- ing, July 16Oh. On Wednesday night, July 17Oh he will deliver hie lecture en- titled "From Montreal to John O'Groat's House." It will be remembered that this lecture was to hve'been given ~ any- eral weeks ago as a benefit for Mr. Drew but the change in the railroad tim~ made it impossible for:Mr. Stephenson to get here. Parties holdingtiokatepur. chased at that time will have them hen* ored on this occasion. % Tcachcrs Elect~l. Tbe directors of district No. six met last week and elected the old corps ot teachers for the coming year--J. W. Beery, principal nd grammar depart- ment, Miss Lizzie Williams, intermed- iate department, Miss Margret Lookett, primary department. For the l~oys, James Camper wants to buy all the old copper, zinc and rubber he can get. He will pay 5 cents a pound for copper, and one cent and a half for old rubber. I sell gnnny sacks four cents eaoh. I pay 12 cents a dozen for beer bottles. STATEMENT Of the oonditio~ of the Seguaehe Ooun- " i ty Bank, located at Saguache, Colorado, at the close of business Monday, July 1st 1901: RESOURCES: Loans and diseoun~.'... .... $141,898 96 Overdrafts .................... 321 09 Bank building, safe deposit ~ "o,m~ vaults, furniture & fixtures ~ ,,,~, ,N Due from National and St~t~ ' Banks ............... ;~,~.., ;:.: 1~59 74 Cash a~d Cash Items ...... , ..... 10~20 67 [, . . Llr A B][I.~ZT:[ ~,.* . i Capital etock ......... ;../...i:i ~;000 00 Undivided Profits,'. ....... ../2,093 44 Due Depoeitors... ..... . ;,... ~ 1~2ff/:02 I, Charloe Tarbell, Caehier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the beet of my knowledge a~d belief. Cm~RLZS T~m~ C~mhiar. State of ~C~,!orado, "~unty of Saguaohe --as: Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 8Oh day of July A."D. 1901. [Sel] W~.a~ F. BO~D, ~otmT I~blio, /