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*1 I il T I ii JNO. W. DAVIDSONs Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. II J. TRACT MELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ()~ce onposite American House, San Juan ave- sue. Ca}Is promptly answered, day or night. Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. i ell O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D, " Vi~ G~vc, Colo. , I i i W. P. BOYD, Notary Public. Sagusehe County Bank. THB AMNRICAN HOUSR SAGUACHE, COLO. MRS, M, E, COLVIN, PROP, Thin house has recently change] hands. The new management will aim to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beds and an excellent table can tm rehed upon, Ill Tb0 8aguach0 C0 t? BauL Pioneer Bank of Saguaehs County. Or~mtzed, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1882. C/d:~rI'AL STO(~C, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ne.~ Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe. Safe Deposit Box,~ for Rent. OFF)CERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, Presideut. LEOPOLD MAYER, Yiee-Prm. CHARLES TABBEJ.~, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, ANt. Cdmhier. MARK BIEDELI~ COBRESPONDRN vS. Kountee Bros., New York City. - Fimt National Bank, Denvar, Colo. First Nationai Bank. Pueblo, Colo. muu i THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock on- trusted to my care. RELIABLE ASSAY8 r $ .50 Gold and Silver..$ 35 ............. 50 Gold,silver, copper 1.50 Samples by mall receive promptattcrrtleo, Rich Ores end Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASS, AY-:CO: 1429-f~th at. Denver, Oo/o. I I II I ] SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers. In 8aguaehe Oou~ REAL ESTATR, CHOICE RANCHES For ~le in the Best Portions of the San Lute Valley--the fa- mous grain field of Colo- rado. Property ren~ed for non-res- idents, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. I" u i E. E. BURLINGAME & CO:, ASSAY OFFICE AND LABORA | ORY Itstablisbedtn Colorado,186& Samples bymsi.lof ex~reeswiUreceive prompt and careful attention gegned, Melted and Amid 601d &Slim Bullion o. ,~.c.,~o ~onoenlrafion TestsJlb`. o, car ~osd lo~, Write for terms. i ~ 3 (; 1738 Lawrenee St.. Denver. ot,o q i | i II A. BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave, SAGUACHE. I have just added a lai~ge mid corn- pinte line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. ~his department k in charge of one who has had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic caskets. I have a hesme. General Debility Day in and out there is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of itself. Food does not strengthen. Sleep does not refresh. It is hard to do, hard to bear, what should be easy,--vitality is on the ebb, and the whole system suffers. For this condition take Hood s Sarsapardla" It vitalizes the blood, gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions, and is positively uuequalled for all run-down or debilitated conditions. -- HOOD's I'ILLS curdconstipation0 25 cents. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Save your maid of honor coupons and vote them for your fNvorite. Fresh Colorado fruits by the box and crate cheap at Jon~'. Ira Colvin is looking after the Howard saloon during the absenceof Mr. Howard Jones leads with good goods at lowest prices for cash. The will of Win, Wittmayer was ad- mitted to probate yesterday in the coun- ty court. Some choice locations in Hammond's addition still left. Buy a pair of lots for a speculation. The Presbyterian--Guild will meet with Mrs. Charles Tarbell Tuesday of next week at 2:30 p. m, Miss Halcyon Ellis has been engaged to teach the Lyons school and com- mences on the 2nd of Sept. Jim and Arch Lockett went to the 41 Monday to assist in the harvest of the grain crop on the home ranch. I have for sale at a bargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con- dition. James Buchanan. W. J. Werner is building a house on the two lots he bought a short time ago in Hammond's addition. It is a frame structure. Attorney Davidson on Monday sold a stock of jewelry taken from a Crestone jeweler on an execution at his office in thin place. Q.O Taylor Whiskies ~f great value to the slog Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Sohwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. A telegram received here from Colo- rado Springs would seem to indicate J. W. Oakley was thinking of coming back to Saguache. The wood work, roof, etc. of the Dunn block is being painted. Oscar Mack has the contract and George Sherman is as- sisting him in the work. Mrs. Pitteoger entertained Tuesday afternoon iu honor of Mrs. Smith, moth- lee Of Mrs. Burrows, who is soon to re- turn to her home in Missouri. Royal Hubbell, who has been taking photographs here, has gone to Alamosa. ire is a first class workman and worthy of patronage. (Alamoas papers please copy.) In the maid of honor contest we are ! pleased to learn that a large number of i versa are being cant for Miss Blanche i Ashley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. j hley. Mrs. L. C. Daniels dssires her old cue- tomers to know that she is now supplied with school books and trust~ that she may be favored with a continuation of their patronage. Judge Wm. Mellen arrived in camp Thumday morning from his two month's vkit in the east. His family will aries fin a few days. They are visiting friends at Manitou.--Miner. Hammond's addition is located just south of the park and Saguache schools. It is one of the best locations in the town. Lots are being sold at very rea- i sonable prices. L.P. Hammond ie the ! owner. Two officers from Gunnison county stopped in town over night Sunday, They were hunting for Coin, who shot a man at Parlin, and did not know until the arrival here that he was under arrest at Gunnison. Business ]For Sale. t offer for sale my stock of millinery goods, ladies furnishings, notions, etc, with fixtures and building. This is an opportumty for some one to get a good paying business at a bargain. Call on or address Mrs. E. G. Hazard, Ssguache. Major Dick Mooney will make a trip to Saguache next week and to keep from having the "old town" stirred up too much, we would advisa Sheriff Williams to meet the frisky major on the outskirts of the village and escort him in with a brass band.--Crestone Miner. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Beexs the Signature of Sept 2nd. School Books, We have just received a complete line of School Books, Copy Books and School Supplies. Special rates given to Districts that furnish books and supplies for their school. We are showing the finest line of Tab- lets, Pencils, Pens and Pen Holders that ever came to Saguache. School opens Sept, 2nd, N. B.--Wo also carry a complete line of the books that are used in the County High Schdol. The Drut Store on the C0rn r--$eduache, Frank Plttenter, Nana~rm VILLA GROVE NOTES. Organize, by all means organizel A refreshing rain last Friday after- noon. Jason Jaques, of Saguaohe, was in town last Saturday disposicg of his nice I vegetables. Pete Peterson spent a few days among friends in town. Ed Smith was under the weather last Monday but better again. Mrs. C. Creger returned from her visit at Creatone, last Tuesday. Mrs. Gill presented her husband with a fine girl baby the 14th inst. We learn that the depot in Vdla Grove will soon be rebuilt. At this writing, Tuesday, Postmaster King is a very sick man. X @. O. Tallo," Whiekdes~ honest ~n pur4~M Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu- tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in- flamed condition of the mucous linin~ of the Eustachian Tube. When thin tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it zs entirely closed deafness is the re- sult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- tion, hearing will be destroyed foreverl nine cas~s out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu- COUfl 8nr~ace8. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ease of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cored by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold byDruggists, 75c. Ha}l's Family Pills are the beet. Looks Like Bigamy. Last week word was received here to the effect that Newman Curtis had mar- ried a girl at Rico, Colorado. The broth- er of the girl, a man named Paalson, ssemed suspicious that all wa~ not right and wired here to Mrs. Curtis to find out if she and Newman had ever been di. vorced. Mrs. Curtis' reply was not to her knowledge. Curtis claimed and swore at Rico in getting the license that he was divorced here in 1894 and that the divorce was granted in Gunnisen. At that time they were living together on the ranch southeast of this place. The story about a divorce is not be- lieved here, and if he had one it would not be valid. He has been in oorraspon- dence with his lawful wife here and has recently announced that he was coming back here to live. Word from Rico is to the effect that Curtis and his new wife have pulled out for Salt Lake City. If the case is push- ed, as it certainly ought to be, ~ewman stands agood show of going to Canon City for a term. J. H. Andrews, formerly a stockman at Gunnmon, but who sold his place about a year ago and bought himself a home in this city, was around the yards this morning. He says the low price of cat. tie these days are tempting him to reen- ter the business.--qLimes. ~, O. T~tor Whis~sm, arm puts me~c|nsl ,tlmula~m Clearing out sale. Goods at first cost to make room for ne~, goods. At P. M. Jones & Co's. , ,, , ,,, Thoosande are Trying It. ~n order to prove the great merit of E~y's Cream Hahn, the most effective ours for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre- p ared a generous trial size for 10 cents. et it of your druggist or send 10 cent~ to ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City. I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind ever since a I)o7, ~rut never hoped for cure, b~ Ely'.~ Cream l~ahn seems to do even alma. Mmy acquaiat~mees have used it with exoeUeut result~.--Oscar Ostrum, 45 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill. Fly's Cream Bahn is the aelmowledged cure for catarrh and contains no cocaine, mercury nor any injurious drug. Price~ 50 Oents. At druggists or by mail PORI~ GSAPE CREAM O7 TARTAR POWO[a, I i@111 Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid ~tkiug Powders containing alum, The~, are ~U~OUS to health Married at Honolulu. The news comes from Honolulu that when the vessel with about 1,200 school tsaobers bound for Manilla arrived there about 10 couples went ashore and were married. These parties had never met before until they became acquainted at San Francisco about ten days before sailing. The dispatch did not give the names of those marrying and until the list is received in this country there will be considerable curiosity manifested in Colorado, as a number of the young la- dies are from this state. If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result. DeWitt's Little Ear- ilyRisers will remove this danger. Safe, RSONAL. }1ple"santande~ective.maey. Saguache Phar- B School List. Mrs. Fred Hodding has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. S. Jewell and" children are visit- ing this week with blends in Veteran. Mark Biedell stopped in town last Thursday night on his return from Del Norte to Bonanza. Mr. McClure and ~amfly who have been visiting the Fullertons left for Canon City last Saturday. Robert Stahl and Mrs. Win. Wittmayer were over from San Luis creek yester- day attending probate court. J. W. Davidson went to Monte Vista yesterday. Mrs. Davidson and George will visit at J. P. Worth's until Mr. D. returns. Mrs. Mary C. Swihart, a teacher in the Fremont, Neb. normal school, arriv- ed here yesterday and is visiting Miss Hall at Prof. Morgan's. D. E. Howard and family and Frank Brall, Gec. and Chas. Davis left Monday for atwo weeks camping, fishing and berrying trip on the Cochetopa. James Fullerton, Mrs. H. Fullerton, Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. W. 1~. Ham and Miss Stella O'Brien left Sunday morning for a week's camping and fishing on Carnero. Mrs. Flora Whitten closed a five months term of school in the Scandrett district lest Friday. The event was cel- ebrated by having a picture of the pu- pils and teacher taken. Thomas H. Mahoney has moved back to Saguache andJs occupying his prop- erty on San Juan avenue. Miss Julia is a]~o hera and Tommy will be on hand for the opening of school. The C~F~SCZ~T is in receipt of a letter from Daniel MacLaren which states that he sailed from Australia on the 13th of this month and expec~ to be in Cr~s- tone about the 15th of September. The Fogg-Dick camping party left for Crestone Tuesday afternoon instead of returning to Bonanza, as stated else- where in this i~sue. They are out for a [good time am] ~em to be having it. A letter received here from Alfred Schaeffer, who )s in the Jewish hospital l at Denver, says he is getting along nice- ly. His wife and his mother are both stopping in Denver and visit him each day. We are informed that S. W. Hodding has engaged passage for his return trip from England in the same vessel in which be made the voyage there last spring. He is expected home iu about thirty days. For rent. A good hay ranch. P. M. Jones. SEALED As a good thing ought to be ~ in bottlca. And sealed medicinally pure--and ripe with age--and mellow. Our name on label over the cork. It's there because it protects your interests as well as ours. fl TAYLOR ,U./ THE BRIDAHAM-QUEREAU DRUG CO., Wholesale Druggists, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Whole, ale Draggle,, Leadville. In naming the books used in 7th and 8th grades there was this mistake in the list given last week. The 7th and 8th grades will use Cook and Cropsey's Corn. plete Arithmetic while the 6th grade will use Milne's Com. For the 5th grade: Literature, Barne'a Fourth Reader. Arithmetic, Milne's Elements. Lan-! guage, Working Lessons in English. Hy- giene, Pathfinder No. 2. Spelling, Reed's Word Lessons. Copy book, Roundebush No. 2. For ith grade: Literature, Four Great Americans. Arithmetic, Milan's Elements. Language, Picture Lessons in English. Hygiene, Pathfinder No. 1. Geography, Redway & Hinman's Pri- mary. Spelling, Reed'e Word Lessons. Copy book, Roundebush No. 1. For 3rd grade: Literature, Barne's Third Reader. Arithmetic, Milne's Eelements. Lan- guage, Long's Language Part I. Geo- graphy, For Young Folks, Spelling, Reed's Word Lessons. Copy book, Roundebush No. 1. For 2ndgrade: Har- per's is, Reader. All pupils should be supplied" with slate and pencil or tablet and pencil. Par- ents should not think that since their children are brighter than their neigh- bors children, they can start them a week or two later, and their child can yet keep up with the others that are slower. But all who possibly can start your children the first day with books. B Good harness at cost at Jones' Notice. I have a nice lot of cucumbers to put Royal Hubbell is crowded with work which is a pretty good in~lication that the character of the pictures he turns out is satisfactory. G . O. ~1or Wlt~k~;~ are de~e4/y~ns O. O. Buck, Beirne, Ark., says, I was troubled with constipation untill I got DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint. I recommend them. Sa- guache Pharmacy. Mrs. M. E. Co]via a short time ago purchased the residence on the corner of 4th street and Christy avenue, owned by Sam JewelL She has leased the same to Mr. Jewel until April 1st at which time her lease on the hotel property ex- pires. It is possible she will fix the property up for hotel purposes. {~. O. Taylor Whiskt=, are guaranteed pure, Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and sor~ of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain cure for piles. Beware of counterfeits Be sure you get the original--DeWitt'~ Sa- guache Pharmacy. Saguache County High Scaool And Pub- lic LLbrary. The directors of the Saguache county high school have arranged to open their library and reading room for public use to residents of this county under certain rules and regulations. It is their intention to increase this li- brary in size and character as rapidly am possible and to make it afeature of great future importance. They will have upon their shelves at the opening, Oct. 1, 1901, about 250 vol- umes of cheap editions of standard works, about 100 volumes of reference works and about 20 of the most recent current fiction. To maintain the latter department they propose to ask for membership sub- scription at $2 per year, which will enti- tle the holder to withdraw for their own use one book at a time for a period not exceeding two weeks. It is guaranteed that at least 25 new volum~ of current and standard fiction shall.be added each year as published. Thus at an expense of $2 one may secure for themselves and family the reading of at ]east ~40 worth of recent literature per year, besides the standard works which are always of in- terest. Contributions of all classes of books will 0e appreciated and good care will be taken of all, as this library is go. ing to be conducted in a careful and bus- inesslike way for the permauent benefit of Saguache county. G, O. Tay'or Whiskies, gooS, pure, and old. Clocks, watches and jewelry cheap-- at Jones'. WANTED--Capable, reiinb/e person zn ever~ county to represent large company of sold finan- cial reputation, $9~ salary Per 5ear, payable weekly, $3 per day absolutel~ sure and all expen- ses, straight, bonafide, definite salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expense money adv~uoed each week, STANDARD HOUBE, 884 DZARBON ST. CmOAoo. NoLine. To whom it may concern and more p~rtieu. larly to Win. P. Bare: Be it known, that C. C. Stein did, on the 6th day of December, A. D. 181~. purchase at pub- lic sale in the county of Saguache and state of Colorado, of the then treasurer of said county, for the delinquent tax of 1897 the foliow|ng de- i scribedproperty0 taxed for said year iu the i name of Win. P. Barr, to-wit: up for pickele that I put up iu salt at 20 N % sw ~; w ~ sE ~; SE ~SE ~4 Sec. 0,E ....... I%NE~:NE~SE~Se~7, NE~; NE ~SE cen~ per gallon, xzyou wan~anyeenal%eec. 20;W%NW~.,NW~W~,ESW~4 in re e See 21"N%SW "'SE~SW See E you rd rs at once. Also have a fine I see. E lot of beans to put up same as cucum- SE ~ Sec. s5 all in township 47. range 0 tn Sa- .......... ! gauche county, Colorado, and assessed for said Ders a~ x~ cents per galmn. ~even mites year 1897 at $4820. And the said porehaee, a~ .... h ^S ~ ...... t,~ .T M ~t,~,~Rt-~l evidenced by tax certificate of purchase No. 8 ovu~u ~ ~Suo~ ............. having henri duly assigned to the undersigned -- and theundersigned_beip~ now in possession B H DuBois rff Denver w.a in Ralida orand the owner ox sam certificate of pur. ...... , ........................... elmse. Monday. Mr. DuBois, in company with others, is developing a property on Alder creek that was in course of patent fif- teen years ago and was later left idle, it being presumed that the patent was all right. It developed that a defaulting re- ceiver had prevented the patent from be- ing completed, and now much of the ground has to be gone over. Recent de- velopment has disclosed rich ore in the old property and the owners will con- tinue to develop, expecting soon to have a shipping minn.--Record. Thoma~ P. Goodman, of the Tomiobi valley, was in town Friday on business. He says the rains have delayed haying in his section considerably. He expects a yield of two hundred tons this sea~on. Tom recently sold a small bunch of nice two year old cattle to Salida butchers fer $35 a head. He says he believes it will pay handsomely to feed cattle this wiuter, even if the price of hay is out of sight. Oattle will advance considerably before sprmg.~-Gunnison Republican. 6,0,Tt:tlorWhi*kies ~tsinedbyths weakest *retouch* Ranch and Stock. I have for sale a large stock ranch on~y a short distance from Ssguache. W~th it are several hundred head of cat- tle. If taken at once I can secure a i buyer a big bargain. It will lake come $5,000 to make first payment and the j balance can be carried on long time at 8 i per cent. interest. Call on or address O. D. B]ZYAN, Saggua__che, Colo. On behalf of the Saguache county high school I take this means of extend- in~ our hearty thanks to all who ~ssist- ed in makicg the ice cream social a suc- cess. We desire to extend special thanks to the band bo~s, Mrs. Colvin and the hotel fcrce, Blanche O'Neil and Hilda Fairbanke. J, B. Morgan. Therefere, Notice zs hereby glees as requir- ed in chapter 144 of the session laws of the state ofColoradoror the year 18~, that the time for redemption of said real estate from said tax sale will expire on the 9th day o! De- cember. A. D. 1901 and that thereafter :I shall apply to the treasurer of said ~aguacl~e coun. ty, Colorado, for a deed io the above described property.. Witness our hands and seal this Hth day of August, 19~I. t ~EAL,l HORACE B. MEA~o SEAL, [ GEOROE W, ~F~kNS. Prlvats and Ohronlo Diseases M Men CON~U~T oM~ st~lae~mevllab tgt~ , I ~\~tk ~t~]ral tliechar~a, toSS i'3P ~'~g~ vit~gt~t, failt~@ m~m.or~, | ~ s .~in, kidney or p!)vato di.~ ~[' e:,sos.erespooR~ eure~. .~ik~ ~ years ot p cmist~nt StUay ~J~ auct ex~r~enee ia his own Hprao~ce_and amoag t~,o mmmmm~ ~ large, st Eastern hospita~ DOCTOR CCOK. tn curing thzs Class of dig* eases and. xv~ll guarentco you a permanent sure at moderato co~ ~. He ires ouretl thousands who ~hought their cases hopeless. All letters private. ~Vrite for qut~stion b.ank, ConnultatiOl~ tre~ Medicines sent free from otmervation, Gook/'iedicalCo, iOaaCgrtt~$t.i~v~,~