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JNO. W, DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. il dr, TRACY MELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Once opposite American House, San Juan ave- cue. Calls promptly answered~ day or night. Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. I O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa Grove, Colo. ill CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. lii| II THE AM] RICAN H01]SR SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS. Ms , COLVIN, PROP. This house has recently change~ hands. The new management will ai~ to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beds and an excellent table can be relied upon. lUll The 8aguactlO ounty Ban :, Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Ora~mized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1882. CAPrrAL STOCK, SaC, eGo.co. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Isst~.d on Principal Cities of Europe. Safe Deposit Boxe.~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Yice-Pree. CHARLES TARBELL, Csehiar. Wx. F. BOYD, A~t. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL CORRESPONDENTS. Kountze Brca., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. Fimt Nationm Bank. Pueblo, Colo. THE COLORADO LIYERY, FEED! and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werners Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock en- trusted to my care. I RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold ............ $ .50I Gold and Silver..$ 35 Lead ............. 50 [ Gold,silver,copper 1.50 8utopias by mall roe#lee prompt aft#sUes. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 142g-10th St., Osnusr, Colo. I I I SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In 8aguache County REAL ESTATE. CHOICE I~ANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous grain field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and msur- anne written. SAGUAOHE, COLO. I i E. E. BURLINGAME & CO.', CHEMICAL ASSAY OFFICE,.o,,.o.,. o., :Kstsblishedin Colorado,ll~. Samples bymailot ~xpress wlllreceive prompt and careful atteatloz ~IA Riles, Dnlllan Refined, Melted tad laly~d WIM w/qJilyel MuiIIiU OF[ ~URCHASD. fin.l, sah'stlall Taft! 106 ibm or car load 1o' ,.v.vm,. ~, v /v ~ Write for ter~ 1736 1738 Lawrence St., Oenver,~tJlo, q Iil mill A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave, SAGUACHE. I have jugs added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is in charge of one who has had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs frets the cheapest to fine me,silo caskets. I ~tve a hearse, LOCAL HAPPENINGS The state artesian well is said to be down now about 900 feet. John O'Neil, who has been in Denver for several weeks, returned home last Thursday. Bargains I Bargains!! Ill all Lines of goods at Jones & Co's. cash store Saguache. Mrs. J. W. Davidson entertained on Monday mght in honor of ~diss Thais MoMullin of Bonanza. ~-qmP George Greer had three horses killed by hghtnicg on his ranch in the San Luia valley Wedneeday.--Mail. Q. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow In popularity. .41m Instruction given on piano and organ Mrs. Pittenger. Tom Fullerton and Orva Phillips had a collision the other day and the result was a badly smashed wheel for Tom. W.A. Johnson was back behind the counter at the Got,hell & Tarbell store ;he last three days of the past week. W. C. Bogart returned from Crestone Saturday evening and may now be found at his place of business here.--Herald. Harvester oil--55 cents per gallon at I,awrence & Williams. H. G. Miles moved Mrs. Harvey Smythe and children up to the Regent mine east of Villa Grove Tuesday--Press. In addition to watch and clock work I am prepared to do sewing machine re- pairing. M.S. Denton, Saguache, Colo. I have for sale at a bargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con- dition. James Buchanan. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, of superior excellence Andreas Monchego was brought be- fore Justice Clare on Tuesday charged with illegal use of water and ~as fined $7.50. The telephone in the CRF~C~.NT office wag burned out last Friday afternoon and was put out of commission for a few days. L. P. Hammond, of the Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. is taking his vacation this week. To amuse himself he is sawing week. John E. Aahleyhas commenced suit xn the county court against Mrs. Kate Grattan for damages resulting from trespass, etc. G.O. Taylor Whblde, used by orittoal ju~*m Eat first class short-order meals at Mr~ Sehwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the posteffice. Miss Josephine Frame will go to the Duns ranch, on Carnero, Saturday, to spend a week with Mice Georgia Dann. --Prospector. You can save money by buying goods at P. M. Jones & Co., cot. 4th street and Denver avenue, Sa- gun,he, Colo. Thog. H. Mabone~, after superintend- ing some more repairs on hm residence here, went over to Kerber creek last Thursday to vigit the l~oys. Selhng at first cost to make room for a large and complete stock of clothing and furnishing goods. P. M. Jose& Co., Sagaache. Ray Darnels was dumpedoffa burro in the east part of town last Saturday fore- noon and had his right arm broken. The fracture was a bad one and the lad will carry hm arm in a sling for some time. The school board after considering the bids for the new school building decided to have a brick house built, taking into consideration that the first cost would be a little greater but in the long run the expense would be much the least and the building more durable. The size will be 28x44~ The contract was let last Thursday to W. S. Nash the well known mason of Monte Vista.--Center Dispatch. A camping party of young folks, chaperoned by Mrs. A. A. Savage, left for La Garita park Wednesday, to he tbsent a week. In the party were Hal- let Middaugh, Byron Shsffer, Ray Was. son, Bert Savage, Lnui Good, Charles Tucker, Misses Pearl and Clara Ed- doves, Zula, Zoo and Eva Nevitt and Nellie Campbell. It is safe to say the youngsters will have a great time.- Prospector. Catholic Church Notice. I will be at the plaza westof Saguache on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each month, and at Saguache on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. Father Good. Q. O. Taylor Whlikls*, ere pure medlclnel stlmulsn~ CASTOR I A ?or Infants and Ohtklren. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the I$igllature of Difficult Digestion That is dyspepsia. It makes life ln.iserable. Its sufferers eat not because they want to, --but simply because they must. They know they are irritable and fretful: but they cannot be otherwise. They complain of a bad taste in the mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the stem- ach, au uneasy feeling of puffy fuiness, headache, heartburn and what not. The effectual remedy, proved by perma- nent cures ot thousands of severe cases, is Hood's Sarsaparilla HOOD'S PILLS are the best cathartic. VILLA GROVE NOTES, In one of our items last week the types made us say "Juslin" instead of "Due- tin" as it should have been. Mrs. Della David and baby were visi- tors in town on Sunday. Mrs. Clara King returned from her visit with friends in Salt Lake City, Utah, last Saturday. While some parts of the valley have bad abundant rains Villa Grove, at this writmg has not yet been blessed with refreshing showers. Bernard Schwackenberg left for his home in Pueblo, Tuesday, via the bicy- cle route. He intended.to stop for a short visit with his son, Vincent, at Cripple Creek. Paints, Oils, Varnish, Furn. Enamel, Gold Paint, Varn Stains p PaintBrushes played. The long-looked-for rains are happily deceiving some ranchmen. Haying time m progress and no rain. ~ell, what is the matter now?. X 0. O. Taylor 1Vhisklcs~ ho~at in ~urt#~ Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There ie only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu- tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in- flamed condition of thc mucous linin~ of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets mflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when ~t is entirely closed deafness is the re- suit, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed conditzon of the mu- cous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 8end for cir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. UPPER SAGUACEIE NOTES. Misses Lavma Munro and Mabel Doyle returned last Wednesday from Valley View springs. Having is not making much progress on account of heavy rains up the creek. There is not much fishing up here now as all of the streams and creeks are very m eddy. There are a few places up here where it never rains but I expect it will now as haying has commenced. We are sorry to learn that Will Ward ran a nail in his foot last week which is making him quite lame. Etta ONeil was vieiting at Chloe Dell farm last week, she was the guest of Helen Doyle. Sam Calvert has finished haying on his lower places and bus started on the Pi- quet ranch. He has a fine crop. Misses Lavinia Munro and Mabel Doyle left last Wednesday for a visit at Bonanza. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Pelter arrived here a short while ago and will remain a while with Mr. N. Ward. There was a very hard rain near the head of 8aguache creek last Sunday. Burtel Ward, who accidentally shot himself through the leg last week is now recovering. G.O Taylor Whiskies of great value to the oiea Short Order. Mrs. Frank Hall, Villa Grove, is now prepared to give short order meals at reasonable prices. John Adams went to St. Louis last Saturday night with a shipment of horses. He loaded one train at Wason's with four or five hundred head and another train at Villa Grove. The two shipments were united at Pueblo to make i a solid train east. So many horses have been shipped from San Luis valley this i year t~at they would seem to be all gone that can be spared, and yet the buyers keep coming in and getting out another trainload. Many of the horses go to South Africa for war purposes.--Alamosa Courier. Instruction on piano and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. 0 .~ M~ e~ 0 I~L 3C A, Bearl the ~~8 Bought and White washBrushes Last Sunday our neighboring towns were well reprssected in Villa Grove,'*]Satuachc Phar being the occasion of a ball game being This IS Your Opportunity. On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps, a generous sample will be mailed of the most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon- struts the great merits of the remedy. ELY BROTHEI~8, 66 Warren St., New York City. Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. i can emphasize his statement, "It is a posi. tire cure for catarrh if used as direeted."-- Rev. Francis W. Pools, Pastor OentralPreL Church, Helena, Mont, Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no mercury nor ~7 iu~o~ ~, ~, ~ ~m many Co, ROAN. To the wife of Charles Gillispie, at the ranch uear Villa Grove, last week, a fine son. All doing well. DIED Just as we go to press we learn that Jacob M. Schuckers died last night. He has been very feeble for a long time and death is attributed to a combination of ailments. In next issue we will give a more extended notice. If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result. DeWitt's Little Ear- ly Risers will remove this danger. Safe, ,pleasant and effective. Saguache Phar- i m~cy. ~O.TsylorWhhkle* ~etalnedbyths weake,t stwnzl~ Art Creger has sold his interest in the barber shop to Oscar Mack. We under- stand that Art will go into his father's blacksmith shop and take Charley's place. A. D. Freeman is at Indian creek, the new gold camp near Bonanza that is just now creating considerable excitement, where he is doing some surveying.-- Record. The ladies of the Presbyterian Guild will spend the day with Mrs. Coleman on next Wednesday. They finish the reading of "The Makers of Florence" at this meeting. Mrs. W. J. King of Villa Grove, who has been visiting in Salt Lake City stop- ped off while enroute home and visited Friday and Saturday with C. P. Crozier and family.~Mail. From Mrs. Wilson we learn that Jacob ~~#*~ I Tevebaugh had the misfortune to break PERSONAL. ' a leg some time ago at his homein Idoho and that he is still laid up from the ef- ~l~l~l~t, ll, ll~ee~t, IF~l~ [ tecta of the accident. Dan Mahoney was over from the ranch over Sunday. Ed Funk was over from Cochetopa last Saturday. Mrs. W. H. Ham visited friends in Villa Grove on Sunday. Mrs. Colvin and Miss Landess spent Sunday at Villa Grove. Mrs. F. H. Carlson returned Sunday from a visi~ to her parents at Coffeyville, Kansas. Mrs. O. O. Fellow-sol Hooper is visit- ing relatives in Ssguache and vicinity this week. E. M. Greene, well known to many of our residents, is now located at Black Hawk, COlo. C. E. Whitish of Leando, Iowa, a brother of W. E. Whitten, is visiting in this vicinity. 1 Mr. Tucker, the Ease,ins lamp man from Center was in town yesterday de- livering some lamps. Walter Brounaugh of the firm of Brouuaugh & Son of Monte Vista, was in town last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Fidela Chaves who has been vis- iting her sister, Mrs. Felix Chaves for several weeks, returned home Tuesday morning. Grandpa Eph Mitchell i~forms us that Mrs. Joseph W. Dye of Pueblo last week presented her husband with a fine daughter. M. A. Kuenlein of Mirage was in town Tuesday. He has been doing a little ~rospacting in the vicinity of Green mountain. Ruel Loucks came in from Deltacoun- ty last Saturday, being on his way to Denver. He spent a few days prospect- ing iu the Klondike district. Mr. McGiveney of Cripple Creek, a miner who is looking over the Klondike camp, was in town the fore bars of the week in camp"ny with Sire Dusenberry. Mr. Warren D. Woodman, an attorney connected with the law office of Chas. H. Toll, Denver, was in town yesterday and today looking up the records in the Dunn estate. Mrs. Wm. Boyd and children went to Alamosa on Friday of last week and will visit friends there for ten days. Miss Gertrude Mills, who has been visiting Mrs. Boyd, accompanied them to Ala- mesa. M. S. Denton, watch, clock and gen- eral repairing, next door to CRESCENT office, Saguache. DocToRS Pt;escribe them bcc,atxs~ they never vary from one stamlcrd of medicinal quality-- the highest -- r,,I doct~rs arc careful folks. You trust your [amily doetor~ot course. Ask him. 6 II TAYLOR .U,/ In sealed bottles only O! Druggists. Trad; .Uupplied By WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver, THE BRIDAItAM.QUEREAU DRUG CO., Wholesale Druggiste, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholoeale Druggmt, Leadyill~ The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Paps died at the Davey ranch last Thursday and was buried here on Friday. Mrs. Pape is a daughter of Mrs. Davey. Mr. Pape came over from Goldfield. G. O. Tny~r Whiskies, good, pure, nnd old. ]Ranch and Stock. I have for sale a large stock ranch only a short distance from Saguache. With it are several hundred head of cat- tle. If taken at ones I can secure a buyer a big bargain. It will take some $5,000 to make first payment and the balance can be carried on long time at 8 per cent. interest. Call ou or address O. D. BR~AN, Saguache, Colo. A social will be given at the American House on Saturday evening by Mrs. COl- via, the proceeds to go to the Methodist church. Ice cream, cake and raspberries will be served. All are invited. Assessor Alexander last week fell from a table on which he was standing and severely in~ured his knee--one which was hurt some years ago. He is attend- ing to his duties but uses crutches Wm. F. Boyd returned Sunday even- ing from Villa Grove having finished the work of billing out the wool. The ship- meat this year amounted to 100,000 pounds which is pretty good for Sa- guache. Ex.Gov. Seam of Oklahoma, was in Sa- gauche last week. He has mining iuter- eats at Bonanza and also some ranch property in Russell Springs precinct which he inherited from his gister~a Mrs. Collins. Reports from the lower part of the valley indicate that the potato crop will be very short this year. In this vicinity i the product is good for at least a half I orop, which is a decided improvement over last year. Four Saguache boys made the trip to Villa Grove on Sunday to witness the ball game. They rode two burros and i while the 40 mile trip was a little tough on all concerned they got home before daylight Monday. Word comes to us that Mrs. Alva Phillips died last week at her home in Independence, Teller county. She leaves a babe about two weeks old. Mrs. Phil- lips was a Miss Hodgson and formerly lived in Saguache. Mrs. W. J. Bennett of Golden and Mrs. Wm. Hunter of Farmiugton, N. M. were in town last week for a few days visiting old friends. Mrs Hunter left for Durango on Saturday, being called home by telegram. Messrs. Monchego and TrujiEo were brought before Justice Clare yesterday and assessed $5 and costs each for using water through ditch No. 27 while the headgate had been shut down by the water cummissioner. Alonzo Morgan was taken down wztb typhoid fever last week and at this time is very sick. There is, however, no rea- son to think that he will not pull through all right, but of course be is billed for a long siege. Mr. L, N. Fitts and wife of Denver ar- rived in Crastone Monday and are now at the San Isabel mine above town. Mr. Fttts is secretary and treasurer of the San Isabel mining company and has a large amount'of work which will be done next month. Mrs.Fitts Is very well pleased with our oemp and admires the lovely scenery and pretty views that can be obtained. Bbe leaves for Denver next MondaL--Miner, i i I Trout Received. Tuesday afternoon Harry Tarbell re- ceived word that the trout fry allotted to the Saguache and its tributaries would arrive at Moffat that evening. He drove over and met them. They were in charge of Wm. H. Crane, of the Gun- nis~n hatchery. The consignment consisted of 14:,000 rainbow fry and were placed m Middle, Sheep and Sa- gun,he creeks. O. O. Buck, Beirne, Ark., says, I was troubled with constipation until1 I got DeWitt'a Little Early Risers. Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint. I recommend them. Sa- guache Pharmacy. 2 Mrs. John W. Davidson entertained a few friends Monday evening in honor of Miss Thais McMullin and Misg Blanche Ashley. Progressive whist was tha amusement, the first prize being won by Mi~ Lizzie Williams and Mr. Burrowg. The consolation prizeswere awarded to Mrs. Burrows and Bud Noland. Those present were: Missee Ashley, MoMullin, Hope and Lizzie Williams and Jamas Lockett, Walter Hammond, Bud Nohnd, J. R. Morgan and Mr. and Mm. Burrows. Stock Inspector David Gibbs reports the loading of 2i3 hoed of bronohos in fifteen cars at Wason last week, billed to John A. Campbell, St. Louis These horses were loaded 15 to 17 in narrow guage cars and 26 to 28 in broad-guage cars. Mr. Gibbs said he had hoarder wild horses before, but the Wason bunch was about the wildest he ever saw. Mr. Gibbs is under the impression that these horses will soon be worked up into can- ned beef.--Prospeoter. News ban been received of the death of Mrs. A. E. Phillips at Independence on July 23. She leaves a sorrowing hug- band, a 12 year old son and a girl baby a months old. Mrs. Phillips was Arnto Hodgson and wag almost zaised near Sa- guache. There was a large attendance at the funeral and.among the outside relatives at the grave were Tom Hodg- son of Telluride, C. B. Phi!lips and wife o[ Pueblo and Ed Tucker and wife of Independence. The game at Villa Grove on Sunday resulted in a victory for Ssguaohe, the score being 45 to Bonanza's 23. Joe Bra- Icy of Bonanza was umpire and gave general satisfaction. Quite a number of spectators from Saguacbe aud Bo- nanza were present. CharleyOreger has rented the Zeibig blacksmith shop at Villa Grove and left on Tuesday to open up. Charley is a good workman and will give the people of Villa Grove and vicinity what they have needed for a long time~a good blacksmith shop. Our cemetery is presenting an unu- sual dilapidated and neglacted appear- ance ibm summer. It would seem that there might be some who would take su~qoieut interest to drive a nail or two in the loose fence boards at least. Notice for Pub]l~tion. U. 8. Land Office, De1 NorSe, Cole. ) July 16, 1901. Notlee Is hereby given that the followhlg named settJer has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court., at Saguache. Colo- rado, on August 24, 1901, viz; John Paul Simon who made homestead en- try No. 2706 for the north we~t ~, ace. 28, twp. 41, N R 10 E. He names the following wltnesses to prove his continuous residence u~5ou and cultlva* tlun of said land viz: F. M. Davis, Mirage, Colo., William Eaton, 0. A. Wales, H. C. Fl'azee, all o~ Moffat, Colo. JAS. H. BAXTER, Reg/ater. SENT FREE FISHER'S Uterine TenSeK Id~now_e_.e ~ " The Great Female Remedy positively |~lt~ ~v cures all female complaints; 1 month's ~ treatment $1; e months' treatment $5. ~ X MRS. SADIE M. FI8aER, Suzrz 8, 805 ,~_ __~ 16ru ST., DENVER, CoLo. Also for sale ~m~,bY ).11 Druggist& 8end for free sample and literature, worth it~ weight in go!d, ~4t~]mlgw" mailed anywhere on request, .postpaid. Prlvste and Ohronlo Dl.nee ef M,n zcet~ of Y0~t~tr~ zndtsex~ ~l[~ tl0ne, e~Phl~ie, gonorrhms r Jill W0almqU~,.Va,~e, tm ~ ~tttr,a lSgt~at~cs, lo~ ~~ s ~tn, kidney cr ~vate di! ear.are ~pee~a~ cure0 ~J~k DL{o COOK h~ spent 8 - ~ ~ years of l~Onisten~.stud: ~J~ and experxcnoe in nm OWl [] ~praotice and am on~ ~ .......... largest ]~etern hospital DOUI"UK u~un., in curing th~ amsm of au eases and. will guarantee you n~permanemt curs at moderato co~h He has cursed tbousanus who ILhought their eases hgpelese. ,A~__ let te~., prtva_te, Write for qu~st2ou b~anl,_ Uomm.ltar, lo~ ~xee, Medicines sent free from observation. Cook tledic~J CO, ,6aa C~$t. I~mv~r ff,~