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fiNS. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. ~rill practise in all courts. i II Jr. TISA CY MEt VIN,~ M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ofl~oe opposite Amerlean House, ~to Juan ave- aus. Calls promptly answered0ds7 or night. Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. i O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Vill~ Grove, Colo. i CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. THH-AMERICAN HOHSH 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 LOCAL HAPPENINGSi Q. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow In popularity. Mr. and Mrs. D=k returned from a visit to Bonanza last evening.--Eagle. Instruction given on piano and organ Mrs. Pittenger. MIss Mary Ha!eyTafter a visit here of a week, returned to Denver on Monday Harvester oil--55 cents per gallon at Lawrence & Williams. John Lawrence spent Monday aud T0esday at Villa Grove looking after wool. Parties here have been offered $11 30 per hundred for: w0ol by Del Norte buyers. I have for sale atabargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con- dition. James Buchanan. ~. O. Ta~lor Whiskies, of superior excellence M. S. Denton, watch, clock and gen- eral repairing, next door to CRESCENT office, Saguache. Superintendent Palmer was visiting the schools in the north part of the valley last week. rehed upon. Th0 8aaaa Pioneer Bank of t~gaaehe County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 18~2. C I'rAL STOCK, 30,000.00. A Gerlcral Banking Bttd- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe. Safe Deposit Boxc~ for R.mt, OFFICERS AND DIBECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL. Cashier. . ' Ww. F. BOYD, Asst. Ceel~er. MARK DlID:Ig.~. CORRESPONDENI~. Kountze Bros., New York Oity. , First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Ba~k. Pueblo, Colo. THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock en- trusted to my care. RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold .... . ....... $ .50 Gold and 8ilver..$ .75 Lead. ............ 50 [ Gold, silver, copper 1.50 Samples by mall rseeius prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. "" 1429-10th 8t., Denver, Colo ii SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT Mrs. L. C. Daniels moved back from Bonanza on Tuesday. Ben Timney's O0 {lty Bank ~.m brough2 he_r_rgo2dsdow_n. { For watch and clock work and all kinks of jewelry repairing, go to M. S. Denton, Mingay building, Saguache. We are pleased to learn that Jacob Schuckor has been recently granted au mcreeae in pension to $12 per month. Freight teams from Bonanza stopped in town Tuesday night wlth Mark Bie- 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 Cole-] rado. Property rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and msur- anoe written. SAGUAOHE, COLO. i E. E. BURLINGAME & CO.', ASSAY OFFICE-. CHEMICAL* LABORA I ORY Establishedin Colorado,18(~. 8amples by mailer express wtilrecetve prompt and earctul attention fluid I~ ~llva*' hlllau bllned, Melted end allss~ld VMIM I[{un|ul MUlIIUll OF[ PURCHAaED. ~,~astr~tlnn Tests--..100 lhs or car losd lot-. .lll,eUl/at|Ui! IU~ItU Write for term*. 1736 17~8 Lawreoee St.. Dearer, Col,,. m A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, .e ..... . Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is In charge of one who h~ had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalio omkets. I have a heame, J cm/u F.w :=c cr.~ii'c~y free from i',. It r~ay develop so slowly as to eau:~e litt:.~ if any disturbance during the whole period oI childhood. I~ may then produce irremdari~y of the stomach and bowels, dyspepsia, catarrh, and marked tende:ley to consumption be~fore ln,mifestin~, itself in nmch cut:meous I~ is bes~ to 1)e" sure tha~ you are quiie frS~ from it, and for its complete eradica- th:>!k:you .Call rely on tleod" s SarsapariUv The, best of all medicines for all humors, IPain!s, Oils, Varnish, Furn Enamel, Gold Paint, "--- ilVarn Stains Weather continues hot and dry. Bernard SchWackenberg, of Pueblo,' If m visiting his brother, Henry. Mrs. Sophia Nash, spent a few days most pleasantly with relatives in'the Grove last week. Grandma Richards is quite ill at the hotel here. :Frank Hall and wife closed the res- taurant they conducted the past six i months and will try ranchmg, they .hav- ing leaved and taken possession of' Mrs. Mary Wells' ranch near.town. Miss Henrietta Kuyper, who has visit- ed with her aunt, Mrs. Sch~ackenberg since school was out last April, returned home Friday. Mrs. Dora dardon, who has boon-quite ill a fow days, wo are glad to state is i well again. , ! Mrs. Justin, Who heed in Pueblo the past three months, is now running the San Luis hotel at this place. X How's This 7" We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh (~ure. F J. CHEN-EY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. ; We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly dell's household goods bound for De] honorable in all business transactions and fin- N { auci/flly able to carry out any oblisatious made orte. . by their firm. - WEST & TRUAX, wholesale Druggist~. Toledo, O. ~. O. Taylor WAisk~ie&, honc#tinpurit~ WALDen9. Jiz .~.AN & M,A~/X,~,- Whole,ale Drug- ......... gists lOlO00, un!o. rm.^ r~_:~ ..... a ~ ............ t'" [ Reel's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting ~u~ A~VAt4Dt~A~ ~AJU ~U~AV ~V ~ ~t ~, I directly Upon the bleed'and mucous surfaces of which has been' at the Valley View the bystem. Price 750. per~ bottle, Bold by ell i Drug iota. Tsstimonial~ free. sprmgs since Sunday, returned home H~I~'s Famil~Pflls the are best, ' resterday evening. G.O Taylor Whiskies of great value to the Sic~ "Another Good Bear. George Allen, who ie riding the Ful- lerton park range for Gotthelf & John- son, last week succeeded in trapping a black bear which weighed between 350 and 400 pounds. George says that bear are quite numerous in that section and that he is going to get some more of them. Short Order. Mrs, Frank Hall/Vain Grove, is now prepared to give short order meals at reasonable prices. Evidently no effort has been spared to make The Ladies' Home Journal for Au- gust a positive boon to its readers dur- ing these warm midsummer days. Its light, :readable art,!ties, bright_ stor~s, clever poems, charming musi~ and nil'm- erous beautiful illustrations afford the easjset and plessantes~ kind of entertam- ment for leisure 'hours. Enchanting plows of the lovely scenery in the Enga- dine valley and among the Swiss and Italian lakes, as Well as such delightfdl articlesa~'The Singing Village of Ger- i many" and "What Girl :Life in Italy Meaus,'ellur~'/the thoughts to foreign I lands, while there are timely suggestions i about "The Picnic Basket," "Keeping a House Co01 in the Dog Days" and i "~ea-Side Toys and Hoe to make Them" Other thoroughly interesting contribu- i tions are "The First White Baby Born i in the Northwest," "'My Boarding School for Girls," and the usual serial aud de- I partment articles By The Curtis Pub lishing Co., Philadelphial One dollar a ~ year, ten cents a copy. It Dazzles the World. No discovery iu medicine has ever created one quarter of the oxcitemeut ]that has been caused by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Its severest tests have been on hopeless victims of consumptioh, pneumonm, hemorrhage, pleurisy and~ bronchitis, thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health. For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness and whooping cough it is the quickest, surest cure in the world. It is sold by Lord &Wilcox, drug- gists, Crestone, C01o. who guarantee sat- isfaction or refund money, l~arge bottles 50c and $I. Trial bottle free. Wm. F. Boyd was at Villa Grove the forepart of this week superintending the loading of the shipment of wool. Instruction on plane and organ. Mrs. P!ttenger. C~ .~. ~ 'X' O ~L ~ .~., Bears the ' ~ Ths Kind You Ha~ Always Bougflt Mrs. Hazard has rented her brick resi- tence on San Juan avenue to Mrs. Franklin Clark who will move to town wh~ the schools open this fall. rl"ne Waverly items in last week's Ala. mesa Courier has the following: "School will begin about September 1, with Miss Mabel Doyle of Saguachc as teacher. It will bean eight months term." O.O. Tsyl0r Whitkio, e~ed bT oritioal Judger, Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. There have been some heavy rains on the Upper Saguache this week and the stream raised rapidly on Tuesday. Tues- day afternoon we had a shower in town which freshened vegetation considerably. Win: L. Ward while working on the new'Hodding'houss, stepped on snail last Friday moaning whmh penetrated the ball of the le~t foot and caused a ery painful wound. He was compelled to quit wor~k~ ~ H. C. Donnell andpaltry' returned last Friday to Bonanza from a fishing trip. He was heard making inquiries as to whether there is any bounty onimoun- tain li0n scalps and the inference is that they either killed a lion or knO~ where there is one. " Caused 'by Slckness. Dr. Terry writes us from Denver that the reason he failed to keep his last ap- pointment here was on account of sick- ness. He now announces that he will be here from July 26th to31th at the Amer- loan House. M. S. Denton of La Veta has located here end has opened a jewelry and watch repairing shop in the room in the Min- gay building recently occupied by Char- lee Hayden as a law office. Mr. Denton will move his family here as soon as he can find a home. Henry Gould has had his neat log cot. tage weather.boarded during the past week which adds very materially to its appearance. The spirit of improvement which seems to imbue the citizens of Saguache is very commendable and we hope to see it continue. Bob Morrison returned last week with the running horses Rhody E and Jack Baker, after an absence from Saguacho of a couple of months. During that time 1 he took in the race meetings at Durau. i go, Overland park and Gillett. The trip! has beenagood one for the horses and i :they got some valuable training out of it, { Catholic Church Notice. will be at:the plaza wsetof Saguache ou the Wednesday foll0"wing 'the second Sunday'in each month, and at saguache on the Thursday following jand wil~ celebrate mass: at each place. Father Good. G. O. Taylm Whi,,k~e*, ar. pure m~ctno.l *flmulan~ CASTOR I A For Infants and. Children. The Kind You Have AlWays Bought Bears the Si~aturo of Paint Brushes and White- washBrushes D. M, Devises of Alder was in town on Tuesday for a few hours. John E. Ashley of Parkville was in town Tuesday on legal business. , ,,.,.. Mrs. Horace Means. spent Sunday at Villa Grove visiting Mrs. G. W. Means. Will McDonSugh came down from Los Pinosthe first of the week on a brief visit. Fred Ball of Gra~ Junction arrived here Monday for a visit with his brothers and sisters. Don Gilbert came down from Bonanza Monday afternoon and brought Miss Mabel Williams home. Mrs, O. D. Bryan-and Miss Elsie Ham spent Saturday and Sunday at Parkville, visiting Mrs. Ellis and Miss Halcyon. Thus. H. Mahoney returned on Tues- day from Creeds, where he has been since the 4,th visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Bees were visiting Uncle Ben Ellis last w'eek. Mrs. Boss was for- merly Laura Ellis. They l, ve in Delta county. Mrs. R. H. Jones of Crestone and Mrs. Ware of Salida, are visiting with Mrs~ Charles Potts at the Clayton. ranch near Villa Grove. John W. Davidson and family and C. MI Burrows and family are spending the week at Valley View springs and having a good time. Mr. ahd IKm. George Hall and Fred Hall who have been visiting with J. B. Morgan and family, departed for their homes ye0~day. Miss Lizzie Williams who has been visiting at the McDonough rauch on Los P/ass for a couple of weeks, returned home on Sunday. Eugene Williams, J. W. Davidson, Dallas Stubhs and C. M. Burrows leave this r.~rning for Four Mile ~eek where they will spend a few days fishing. Mrs. Dotla D~vid of Arizona arrived here last Thursaay evening for a visit of some weeks witil her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Williams. She is accom- panied by her little girl. ~z Clarence Nelson, who ts running a har- ness business in Eaton, Colo., came m Sunday evening to visit his relatives here. He has been up at Leadville for a few weeks to escape tile heat of the Ea: ton country. On account of illness Dr. Terry failed to keep his dates as advertised. Hc will" however be in S~gttacho from July 26th to 31st. At tile American House. ,,, .~0U cannot mq.'.vc-npou nature. No f0f~ng pr0cc.s~':w}l[. rip!:n s? well--so naturally, as time. Seven years of ripen- ing in barrels,in every sealed bottle of 8,0 WH!SKEY Never sold in bulk. Ot Druggets, Grocers, and Licensed De~ler~" T.rad~ .~upplied l;y WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver. THE BR[DAHAM-QUE~EAU DRUG CO., Who}e~ale Druggist~, Denver, GEe, E. TAYLOR, Whola0al~ Drugg1$t~ Y~adville, Thom~ands are Trying It, In order to prove the great merit of :Ely's Cream Balm, the most effeotive cure for Catarrh aud Cold ia Head, we have pre, pared[ a geuerous trial size for 10 cents. Get it of your druggist or send 10 cents to ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City. I suffered from c.~L~rrh of the worst kind ever since a boy.. ~.I i never hoped for cure, bu~ Ely'~ Cre:~:u l?ahu seems to do even that. M:my ae,iuaint~mceshave used it with excel:out re~uR~.~,')scax Ostrum, 45 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill, Ely's Cream Bahn is the acknowledged 0ur~ for catarrh and contains no cocaine, mercury nor any injurious drug. Price, 50 0cuts, At druggists o~ b~' nmil~ Ball Players. The Saguache nine which plays Bo- nanza at Villa Grove next Sunday will be eomposed of the following players. They are requested to be on hand promptly: Gee. Robertson, Carl Will- iams, James LocketS Lem Lockets Frank Pittenger, Edward Borrego, Oscar Jaques, Bdgar Noland, Henry Gould Birt Alexander and Mr. Schoenberg. Wool Shipment. The annual wool shipment is being made from Saguache this week. The wool was taken to Villa Grove on Men. day, Tuesday and Wednesday and it re- quired 18 cars to hold it. Fred War. shauer of Conejos bought it a short time ago from the Gotthelf & ~arbell Co., Samuel Jewell and John Lawrence. It is consigned to Lawrence, Mass., and goes east from Denver via the Burling- ton. Fatal ~plosion. From a re0ent issue of a Olinton, Iowa paper we learn that Mrs. Wm. Titus was killed by a gasoline explosion at her home in that city last week. She was cleaning furniture and the explosion oc- curred while no one else was in the room, so the full particulars will never be i known. Mrs. Titus was a sister of James 'Buchanan of this place. She was 43 years of age and leaves a husband, one sou and two daughters. Mrs. Rachel Buchacau, her mother, made her home with her. The burial was made at Oor- dove, Ill., the birthplace of the deceased. ApporUomnent of GeneraI 8chooI Fund. Saguache, Colo., July 23, 1901 i To the dmtrict direotors:I Notice is hereby given that I haveI this day apportmued $803.72 general! school funds now in the hands of the I county treasurer among the Several dis- triers as follows: 'I .......... .... $63.45 17 .............. $38.30; 2 .............. 6.0~ 18 .............. 14.771 3 .............. 56.3~ 19 .............. 7.66 ! 4 .............. i9.15 20 .............. 19.15 i 5 .............. 9.30 zi .............. 25 16 I 6 ............. 166.30 22 .............. 7.66 7 .............. 6.0'2 Jr 26 .............. 88.8O I 8 .............. 93.00 24 .............. 14,.22 9 .............. 492 25 .............. 4:0 4~ ! 2i Jt ........... 4.92 27 .............. 9.85 ] 11 .............. 12.03 28 .............. 9 30I 12 .............. 33.91 30 .............. 10A0 : 13 ............. 29.00 31 .............. 10.39 14 .............. 9.30 32 .............. 16.4i 15 .............. 11.50 ~ .............. 12.6,5 16 .............. 8.80 JOH~ I. PALMER, County Supt. e,O.TaylorWhlskle, retainedbythe weakezt stom~]~l Mrs. W. C. Lockett returned last Fri- day morning from her trip to Chicago.' The weather was so bet and little Frank Lockett was not feeling first class and ~o she cut out her trip to Kansas City. This brought her home a few weeks earlier than at firs~ intended. The evening mail serene is again in !ores and Crestone now reoeives two mails a day as formerly. A change in the time card on the railroad brings the train into Moffat earlier making the marl arrive in Crestoue in time to be distrib- uted.--Eagla. They have somewhat of a family re- union at the home of Prof. J. B. Morgan. George Hall of Ord, Nob., with his wife, Miss Metta Hall of Hooper, and Fred i~Hall of Grand Junction--brothers and sisters of Mrs. Morgan--form the party. G. O. Tay'ar Whiskies, gee4, pure, aud old. We are pleased to loam from Mr. J. J. Keller that the trip to Iowa has been of considerable benefit to his wife and ~t is expected that as the weather gets cooler she will derive still greater benefits. W. A. Johnson on Monday finished cutting his hay. He informs us that he will put up more hay this year than last i and in that respect is an exception to the rule. Public Trustee Jewell yesterday after- noon sold the Lord property on San Juan avenue. It was bid in by O.D. Bryan for $'290 and back taxes. The Diseased Rleh at Baden-Baden. A great deal of grandeur always makes me homesick. It isn't envy. I don't want to be a princess and have the bother of winding a horn for my outriders when I want to run to the drug store for postage stamps, but pomp depresses me. Everybody was strange, foreign languages were pelt- ing me from the rear, noiseless flunkies were carrying pampered lap dogs with crests on their nasty little embroid- ered blunkets, fat old women with epi- lepsy and gouty old men with scrofula, representing the arlstocracy at its best. were being half carried to and from ta- b}es, and the degeneracy of noble Eu- rope was being born~ lu upon my soul with a sickening force. The purple twilight wa~ turning black on the dis- tant hills, and the silent stars were slowly coming into view. Clean, health giving Baden-Baden, In the valley of the Cos, with its beauty and its pure air, was holding out her arms to all the disease and filth that degenerate riches produce.--Lilian Bell IRWoman's Home Companion ..... . A Real Man This ~ime, Daughter (dellghtedly)--And did you really consent? Father--Consent? My stars! I had~ to. The man demanded your hand like a highwayman holding up a coach, Consent? My gracious! I believe, from the way he looked and acted, he would have knocked me down If I hadn't. Daughter--Oh, it can't be. You must have been dreaming. Why, when he proposed to me he trembled so that he could hardly speak, and he looked so weak and nervous I had to hurry up and say "Yes" to keep him from faint- la~,--Laad0a A~awer.. he Best ]Remedy for Stomach and ilowel qrroubles.~ "I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note. Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rely for all stomach and bowel troubles," says O. W. Wakefield of Columbu~ Ga. "Thiarem- edy cured two severe oases Of cholera morbus in my familY and I have reoom- mended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire ~ati~- Iation. It affords a quiok and sure ouro in a pleasant form. No family should be without it. I keep it in my house at all times." For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. , ' ~ Mexican Pete ASalo. Being iu town and out of jail, Peter Everett, better known as "Mezioan Pete," Gannet overlook the opportunity to issue a general challenge to fight any and every heavyweight in the world. Unlike some of the aspirants for pugilis- tic honors, Mr. Everett does not bar Jef. fries or any one. He is willing to take them, one down the other comes on. Ha will even fight them in platoons, ff they are unwilling to take him two at a time. Only his modesty, which is extreme, pre- vents him from offeung to whip the whole bunch with one hand trod behind his back aud his feet in hobbles, Everett says that he has $5,000 which he will deposit whenever hie challenge is accepted. He will not place up a for- feit in some one's hands, awaiting the aoceptance, because he/ikes to keep his own money, oountmg it over every even- ing and enjoy to the full having it in his possession. What money he does not have is in the pockets of "J~mmy" O'Neil. This latter capitalist is the gen- tleman who had poeseuion of the "blow" $500 that baoked Everett in his fight against Joe Ohoynski. He owns mauy acres of government land down iu Sa- guache county, which, when he finally procures title deade, w~ll be the nucleus for an immense Monte Carlo he intends to found .... These challenges are a necessary evil of the arrival in town of, the slow going Mexican. Where he gets the notion that he cau fight or that any 9no is interest- ed iu whether he can or not, nobody knows and just as many people care. It has been thought a number of tzmes that th~ very lset had been heard of Everett, but some unfortunate circum- stauce always brings him to the surface again. Not long ago he bounced before the iJublic again because Sbarkey had hcked him and in doing so ha(t hit him when h0 was down. sharkey'e explana- tion t~at he had to hit lain then o~ not at all, for at no time was Everett clearly erect, did no~ act as a suffic{ent explana- tion forths violation of ring etiquette. As soon as Everett had recovered from the notoriety of that foul blow, again he attracted public notice by being arrest. ed as a rag. Now he is so overjoyed at be!ng allowed to remain in town that he feels he really must do something more. --Republican. Notice for PublieaUon. U, S. Land OWes, Del Norte, Colo. ) ' July 16, 1~)1. Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intenti~ to make filial proof In support of~bis claim, and that said proof will be rondo" before tho clerk of the district euurt, at Saguaehe, Colo- rado, on August 24, 190t, viz; John Paul Simon v~'ho made homestead en. try No 27~ for the north west ~4, sect26, twp. 44, N R 10 E. tie names the following witnesses tO prove his continuous residence upon and culture. tion of said iand vls: F. M. Davis, Mirage, CSlo., William Eatoa, O. A. Wales, H. C" Frazee, all of Muffs t, Colo. JAn. H. B*XT~R, R~r0~ster. SENT FREE m.trs Knowledge Uterine Tonie The Great Female Remedy positively cure, all female complaints; 1 month'~ treatment el,; s months' treatment iS. MRS. SADIE M. FISHER~ 8cr~s ~8, 80g 16Tn ST,, DSNV~CoLo. AlSO for sale !by All Druggists. Send for free sampln and nterature, worth its weight in gold~ mailed s~t~.rwhsre on request, postpaid.