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IIII I I I I I II I II II SAGUACHE CRESCENT. i i ,..,., ,m, . i . i ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Naylor house during the absence of Mr. Naylor. Wil'~ Graham s family went to Moffnt to cook for hey hands. L i IlWeah unas ___ _. 7!I /l Bronch ! t IS i ....... Guaranteed For over sixty years doctor s ~' " } ): II..... end,,__~...__, .-_,",~ Towear, and a new palr :f..B o:f ch...e )n case of any defect IIF';cTrai"frU:Yu~h:?::!'i~:~> e found in our "Hodkins" brand of l~Orl'S ~l'lovos is what we ~il V weak lungs, bronchitis, c~ I~ offer in our glove department. These gloves are made in the west {I IIsumption. You can tru:t :~ ]~ and of western material, by western workmen, and are positively the /I medicine the best doctors ~,-r)iI best glove made. There is not one shoddy piece of material used IIprove. Thentrustthisthc.~:r !i ~ in their construction and every pair of gloves is tested before leaving ~|~ I~ :2'm~')i;;ii~{!,,~:~;i'i;:(~"' i ~.. the factory. ,, ,, .|~!1 ,, -'... : ', ,., ,: ,.:~; .... 1., O,,r bn s of Gauntlet driving gloves all bear the Hodkins :I 2'::12!;':2']~i~iiI".;.-;-.;~ .... :~ " i ~ Brand. We carry three kinds. /] fi~,:~'" ;;L ,:@,,o/~:::: :? ] [, 1. Genuine California Buck, 7-itlch fringed gauntlet, fancy ~|1 ||/ 7,,~",;7~"~:r ,, ,~ | ~ shtched. Prme$3.00. I[1~ /lu,~ :~ ...... '~::-~'~,,~ ~t, 2 Genuine California Buck, 4-inch plain gauntlet, Nncy Y|I | : :~ . :: ~ciJ the bowels regular. ~. ~~ d ~ntlyt.atlv~. ~. stitched. Price $2.50. ~lt / t,ordNe~son struck a five foot vein of ~ 3. Siberian ColtSkin, fire and water proof, 4}-inch fringed / D ore at Liberty last week. Parties (2 ~,auntlet, fancy stitched Price $2 00 '~:i . | ]chaco seen the property vines the ~. e ~ " " " .' ! I~ " lkesay that~t~safine I,,oktn~ p,, We have a genuine Califolnia Buckskin loop wast glove that ~ ':t, , _ 'L ~ is giving universal satisfaction " Just the thing for'rough work } ,Pc :to/~; ~ ir~ ~:-t h :nS~n-~-rm Celt' 1 Price $1.50. " " II~t: t ~ ~I' If you wants light weight glove, something of the very best ql,'.: ,, ,, , , k | ~Yl ., ~ /4 material, try a pair of Hodkins Selected Fa~ns riding and driving ~|I W~ =f-'l I q I Price $2,00. l',o andTRan[ MARKet, proml,tI obtvdned I- ~e Siberian Colt and liorsehide gloves are fire and water proof, l~r, ! [ all countries, orno t'cc. Vo obtmn PATrNTe r ~ ' " ' l~ll~ , THAT..~,'A.*,~,, ~o,,'~'~r'~ U,o~,~o,o~,~, ......... .,~r 14. Ihese g'oods are soft and t~erfect, fithng._ ihey will dry. soft and. do ~I;l I _t ~a~,o,ol.p~o,oor,~o,o~.,o, ,~,~,~ W not shrink We have them in two grades--heavy and hght weight. ! w, : on pgteatabiltty. ~0 yem~ practice. CUR'i " __ ~. . ~]~ll~[ i PA881NG REFERENCES. For free G~I~ " er air ~oo~ o, ,.~o,~.~,~,.,,~,,,, ,,-, ,,o ,o ~ Price $1.50 and $1.~o p p . 41:'~ -og-~ ~adgg~th' ~t~.t I 0,,,' line ,,f Gentlemen's dress kid gloves COlltain~ several different varieties " La and ,very pair is a perfect piece of w,)rknm iship. Pri, e~ range from $1.25 to $250. ~'~l~ We also carry u line of boys gloves of the "Hodkins" Brand and w,, cau ~IN~ sllpply them a~ 75e, $100 and $1.25 per pair. ltli "Fedora" and "Virginia" are the names of our two lines of ladies kid ~in hilt,.. Of Interest to Satuache County. VILLA OttOVE. -- l)el)arlm~nl, of ~he Interior, General Several car loads of wool were shipped { Land office, Washiugt~m, D.O. - ..... -~- ,----~-: .free ~this place last week which came ] Re lsters~" and Receivers, U. S. land tree ~aaguache, Gotten Crack and other/ofltees For over sixty years doctor s ,oint~.' have endorsed Ayer's Cherry P ] Gentlemen: Senate resolution of March B. M. Stewart was down from 8t~el]19, 1906, is as follows: Pectoral for coughs, cc!,!:~> canon one day last week. Resolved, That the secretary of the In- weak lungs, bronchitic, c~ : MissesEtta Blurton, Margaret King tert,,r be, and he ~s hereby directed to sumption. You can tlti: t :~ and Emma and Fay Whiteman spent a furnish to the senate, on the first Men- couple of days at Steal ca'non, day in D~ceml)er, nineteen hundred and Prof. J. R. Morgan came over after his ~ix, the names of persons, firms and cor- mother Wednesday. Mrs. Morgan was ~orations who conveyed or relinquished returning from a short ~isit. to the government of the United States Halite Tarbell spent a couple of days lands within the limits of government with Gordon King last week forest reserves, and who du v recorded A short series of very interestin~g talks the same in the proper county prior to was given at the church by Elder Wet- the actor March 3, 1905, and who had con. On Sunday afternoon MissesMar- prior to said act failed to selent other ~ublio lands in lieu of tbe lands so con- veyed or relinquisbed,or who have failed through no fault Of their own, to obtain Av , patents to l,nds selected by them in lieu Ai of lands s~conveyed or relinquished, as provided by the act of June 4, 1897, and Lord Nelson struck a five foot vein of who cannot on account of said act of $70 ore at Liberty last weak. Parties March 3, 1905, make such selection, and who have seen the property vines " "h- number o! acres so con- I strike say that it is a fine Iookin~ pros also report t veyed or relinquished. ]peel, __ ...... That m order to procure such lnforma e e l'ru dl w ' ' " I P t " j" o as in town from Cotton tton the secretary of the Interior is here- Creek the fi"st of the week by attthorized and dt'rected to require all ) ' ' and cor ,orations to~ such person~, firms ' t . tile in the land department, ~i'.hin at time to be hy him designated~such proofs ! of their conveyances or reli,,quishments ! as he may prescribe; and he is further,i authorized and directed to make such i Rarer Parsons and Minnie and May Ea- ton were baptized and on that evening were taken into the Adventist church. F. M. Hills was ordained elder and as a whole the services were very beautiful and also instructive. Me~sra. John Ashley, Ed Ashley, J. W. Scott and Dr. Kortright went to Sa- guacho Saturday to attend Mason lodge. Dr. Kigerwaa in town Saturday in eearch of a house. It is his intention to move to town as soon ~s possible. J. O. Freedle and R. Oooper were down from the hay camp Friday to see their families. Frank Potts and Lucian Freedle cele- brated birthdays this week, Mr. Litso, Knight-Campbell Music 0o.'s man, was in town Saturday. F. Grosnendyke was down from the Regen t 8atu rday. CI~ES~rONE. . J. W. Hooper of Ames, Kan. and G. B. Hughes of Richmond, Me., who have been guests of U.O. Honnell and wife returned to their homes last week. Mrs. Lulu Sampson of Abington, III. is the guest of Mrs. Sarah Parker. Fishing parties are making frequent trips to Crest~ue lake. They are having very good luck, one party bringing in a trout that weighed ~ lbs., measuring 20 inches. Mrs. Margaret Quinn amt sons Char- lea and Edward, left 'Pussday for Butte. Sheriff Montieth and W. F. Boyd of Saguache were here Saturday. Frank Cole, a former resident of Ores- tone, is in town for a few days. Caleb Frszier went to Denver to pur- chase a new cyanide plant for hi~ mill on Pole creek. Dan Parker went to New Mexico to superintend the gathering of his ~t00; acres of peaches. Dau says it takes a bigi wagon load of lumber to prop the trees up the crop is so heavy. Carl Krusada weht down for a week at his summer residence on Deer creek. Mr Gallip is nearly ready to go taking out lead and gold ore on his lea~e ,m the Floffrsparin Dimiok gulch, he expects to run with water power. C. D. Coleman went a-fishing Sunday, he caught several large trout, some would weigh as much as 4: ozs. before they had their stomachs taken away. B. O. Roloson has been appointed eupt. ot the mining dept, of the grant. He starts off all right. Glen Roloson will go to Denver to at- tend the school of electricity this winter. Mr. and Mrs, Hall went dowu to Lib. erty ae guests of Mr. Gaily, they report a very enjoyable time. Everybody are goiog to haying. Ervin Marshall stripped a carload of potatoes and p,,as from the San Isabel CENTER. Mrs. Hicks came over from Hooper l'hursday and gave Lhe first lesson to her painting else% she remained until Saturday. W. W. McCoy took Mrs. Carney to the train at l)el Norte Thnrsday where she west to W,gon Wheel Gap ire remain for a few days with her husband. ;ohn Wallace and two lraveling men were in town Thursday. The new bank opened Monday morn- into L. Simsis the ,,ashier and Miss Jessie Choen is b,,kk,~I,er, Mr. Foun- rains of the Hooper store i~ takin~ Mi~s Choen's place as bookkeeper at Wallaoe's store until the gentleman arrives who has purchased the store. W. E Gardner was on our streets last Friday. Mr. McCormick's folks returned home from their fishing trip Saturday. M.M. Sutley and family returned from Psgosa Springs Saturday. Dave Lswis and wife came in from :LOS Angeles Friday. Mre. Palmer, mother of Mrs. Gib~on is here vieiting. Joe Mayfleld and wife are again in the valley, they have beeu at Canon (Jity for Mrs, Mayfleld's health. Perry Stevenson name borne from Pc- gosa lut Friday. ~r~. Ed Buckley and children are vis- iting with relatives in (_]enter. Obss. Carr spent Sunday in Del Norte. Will Lewis and family returned Saturn dry from Farmington, 1~. M., where the~ further orders, rules and regulations as may be necessary to procure the infor- mation hereby required, Purnuant to the provisions of the above resolution all persons, firms and corpor- ations who oonveved lands to the U. 8. government situate within the limits of established forest reserves by deeds duly executed, acknowledged and recorded in i the proper county offices prior to March : 3,1905, with a bona fide intention of l thereafter selecting other puhlic lands in lieu of the lands so recouveyed or re- linquisbed under the provisions of the act of June 4, 1897, (30 slat. 36), a.d rots amendatory thereof, and who failed to make any selection lU sati.~faction of the lands by them so relinqushed or whose solectionsun3er the provisions ot the aforesaid act of .Inns 4, 1897, h,ve failed through no fault of the party making such relinqnishment, and wha I)y reason of the approval of the ant of March 3, 1905, are m,w prevented from making any selections, are hereby directed to file in "the nffice of the commissioner of the i ~eneral land office on or before October J,1906, an instrument in writing de. scribing the land relinqnt~hed t,, theg~v- i For Sale By R. J. MEANS. ! goveahre.oet c T o ti in plain black and assorted colors. Price $1.25;. ]'he "Virginia" is an imported glove an,d con,es in black only. Price $1.75. i~i~ i?he gloves mentioned in this space do ,lot constittlte ~ of the lines earrled ~ ~, trial with your n~xt glove order, e f o ~' The glove department, is only on o m re than 15 del,artlnent~ which our ~ht store cont.,ins. Come and see us. We can fill your wants, af Our oods are warra.ted first class, We carry no second class leeds, | TeE GOTTH LF ER TILE CO, S U CHE, C0LOR D0, | ernment prior to March 3, 1905, and con- ; raining ropreaantatinns by the person or corporation who made the relinquish- meat, that. no ~election in lieu thereof has been made, or in case any selection was made and the selection has failed without fault of th~ party making th~ relinquishment, a reference to 1he selec- tion or attempted select, ion, which will ~nablo the commissioner of the general land office to readily identify the same upon the records of his office, and that i DIIMal,rmsR~ ----.,__ the land included in the relinqui.hment , |SUnrumu/ultg-lqlUUFTIRES o N-v has not, since the deed of relinquis - Ppio.e [] NAILS TACKS / 0e ~ASS ---I" WOS~ LET moul THf AIR meat was flied f(,r record, been sold or in per anywise enoumbored by thO person ori ~ill $011 corporation making tho relinquishmenti ~'0~ ~ ~m~o to the governmeut. This statement should be addres.~ed to i pak'. fop Only (.CASH WITH ORDrR $4.ae) NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES, the commissioner of the genorel land ! Result of 15 years experience in tire offioe, should bc styled au(t I,ri,,fod. making. No danger from THORNS. CAC- "Statement conformable to senate r~s,,- TUg, PINS, NAILS, TACKS or GLA-~ N'otlee the thlek rubber tread 6" and n]st t e )lution, March 19, 190 , ~erious punctu.res, fire intentional knife ,,,,+~ ~-'** "A" and puncture strips "B" be vulcanized like any other tire. ~ ~, ~ and "Dfl' also rim strip "H" to prevent rim cutting. This accompanied by the deed ,,f r~lb q,d~h- TWO Hundred Thousand pairsn0win aclual use. 0vet tire will outlast any other meat to the ~overument of tha U S. ,-x- Seventy.five Thousand pairs s01d last year make---8OFT, ELASTIC and oouted and rooord~,t p,iw to Mar h :4, " EASe BIDING. I~gI~RI~.TIO~..I Mad eta all.st.z.es. It is lively and easy ridtn ve durable an In d mmd 190~, and an abstract of titl~ du~y an- withaspecmtqua~}ryozruooer wmcnneverbeco ........ g~ .ry dl e " ." e ..... --~ ...... ,--~. ....... L ~ ~-.-~-,~u~, ot totters tree satisnea customers statin thentioat,~d shelving that, at the d oe th,. thattnetr[xrc~u~v.?~-,y~yupuLapetiuponceortwiceinawholeseason The wet hnom rethag an ordinary tire, tne puncture reststin~ nnalit;.. ,. , . y 'g o u dc~d of reKnqniM~mant wa~ rocordeJ tt e ....... A fabric on the tread That,,tr?.W~ ~ ,% t,emg gwen by several layers of thin specially ~v~t~ _~ ;. ^v~rco~. ~...~_" 2~y,~ag ~acg" sensation commonl felt when ridin on as halt title to the land wan in t he pe, so,, or e, r- orsclueezeoSOtt roau?j~ -._,~2-cut ue~w~u ~u=?~'~'~Y ~,. pateuture ann toe road".Basketi'h, .... Weave". tread., xvhicl~y. prevents all airgfrom be'ngP ~ t poratiou making the relinq,* iah mont. If tffes is $8.5o per pair but for advertising~u~e~VwerC~ammg.a}L suctmn. The regular price of these 2 --,, ~ -. .z- v~ w~ are maglng a special fsctor rice to the rider of only ~43~o per pan..~.~t ortaers Snlnr~cl sa~ .t _._ ~ ..... YP thedeed of relinquishment has been ]osl ...... t-a..acentunttloo..~._ ...... u~y~ecterLsrecetved. We shtp C.O.D. ouapproval. or for any reason cannot b:, pr,.d,c~d, a FUI~L CASH WITH ORD.EIg and'*~nclo~ thl- ~y~ -- gthe-prLceI4"55perpair]|fYnuaend .... ~ -uverfi~ment We will also send one nickel plated brass nana ump ann two ~ampson metal un copy thereof properly oerii6el I y tl e r- - ---'^sers to~e used ia ........ . .P. cture clo$crson full vaidorders (these metal corder of deeds of the county in ,,'bi.h~7!ta~~b~k ~~sat~aa~:r'~t~:~~v~xu2a~?h!lnTtre'tb'returnvd the land is situate wi I be accepted, i Deeds and abstracts of ti.*)o wit!, ,tpon ~ ' - ............. , run tester wear better last lon er and look tlnef than any uxe yuu nave twer uses or seen at ' ' g the request of the party fllin~ lhe sam~, ~na~ ...... w,~" ..... :~u want abi~-~,. ~y~,~ ........... vu wm glve usanY prier.our orderWe know that you will be so well_ pleased. order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer y . WC want you to acrid us a small trml be returned after 1,hey hay.~ t),en ~xam- bullt-u/~wheehb ~ddlo al rs an OOAeTE.R'.B.RAK.S, eve-.t, ........... ~ p.d , ps~ a.q ,~pai., d. ined and noted by the oom,,i]ssl,mer of 9rices c2aarged by aeaters and repair men"~-a~-[nem.~ycle-nnKare~ldbyusatnalftheusua~ the general land offi,;~, i ~ ..... limili but writ- ..2 _-,~e. ~pr ot]r nig ~U~NDl~Y cstalol~te. The persons, firm~ and c','t,',ra~r'"s I ~ ~1/ IflFAE~ bicycle or aU~_a peat aft tOcl ay. DO N'O~ THIN31K OI~ BUgING a -- va~r o~ tires tree anyone until you know the new cad wouderful offerS we are magtng. It ouly costs a postal to learfieverythtng. Write it NOW. interested herein ar~ exp~,.~sly h. r,.by notifled.ndwar.,oi,h.,. .i,..,,--,.l-I liEAD OOLE OOMPAHY, Dept. "JL" OHIOA60, ILL monte and accornpanyir.g l,air'r~ I .r.ln described may be fi ed for tra,,smi~-i.,t~ tO the general l,md offi(~~, in I, hO I,,-al land offices and that while the (Isis con- rained in all statemeute ree-iwd in th~ general land offic~ at a time when its in- corporation iu the report to the ~enate provided berein is practicable, will be in- eluded iu such r~port, all responsibility for the filing of such sta)ements and ac- oompanying papers iu the manner herein iprovided, rests with them, and that they are hereby directed to meet the require- meats herein made et the earliest date possible. Very respeotrally, G. F'. Pollc~;k, Acting C,m. Thee Ryan, Acting Sea Approved Joly 5, 1906. have been visiting relatives. 4" "------- Mrs. McCoy and danghter returned ffudge Williams, Fred Williams and Saturda~ from their trip on 01ear Creek I wife, Mies Manuela Porches cad Miss Dave ~ewis and wife, Perry Steven~ [ Je~ie Woolsey spent several ,ta) s at the I~r~'lad LU]u 8hultzapent Sunday with lhomeof Mr and Mrs. Will McDonough ~deatHooper. i lontheOochetopa last week. rlhey o ~z. Jura I~awreno~ s ru.~ing th~[port a pleasant trip and s flee time. II I I I I II II iHIII I I SAVE THIS TI@KET. FRI E IT IS YALUABLE, For a Iimlte(I tlme~ tn e~e~t 50 potlnd~ o1" O,lr flour, We will enclose a licker sil~ll~r to this, which Will be redeemed by us in the following in~tnner! For Ihe reLurn of 10 |lckets we will give you aa a prl'llllUInI a hired- come set of 0 EXtra Coin Silver Plated Teaspoons. ]B~r relurnllag ~0 tickets We will give ~ott st handst~me set of 6 EXtra Colu ~llver Plate,t Tab|e- spoOnS. 1~or the return ot 30 tickets and 30 sacks, ~o will give you a beautiful case conta|nlflg Six Silver Knives and Six Silver Forks. THE 8AOK8 MUST BE RETURNED TO U8 IN ~OOD, OLEAN OOND/T/ON. See 1hat every sack of flour you buy contains one of these tickets, and bears the name of SAGUACHE, COLO., for S 6kUAOItE I CONVENIENCE---COMFORT==SECURITY The telephone makes the duties lighter. the cares less and the worries fewer. The telephone pre. serves your health, prolongs your life and protects your home. YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME THE COLORADO TELEPHONE COMPANY ......... ._-... ~a~orl~ is a harmless substitute for Ca~toz, O~ ~e4.e~ gOriC, Drops ~tnd 8nothing Syrups. It is ]Pleasant. It contains neither Opimn, Morphine nor other N~rcotto mlbst~nee. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms ~md allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhcwt and Wind Colic. It relieves ~eething ~roubles, cures Constipation and Flatuleney. It ~ssimil~tes the Food, regulates the ~tomach and Bowels, giving healthy ~md n~t~ ateel~ ~he Children's Panacea--The Mother's Friend. o=..,.= CASTORIA A WAV The Kind You Hm Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Year