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i i i JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. ,I, TR,4 CY _~fEL VIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Amerlcan House, San Juan ave- nue. Calls nromntly answered, day or night, Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa C, rov¢, Colo. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Ssguaehe County Bank. u ?ttH AMI ltI tN ltOUSH. SAGUACHE, COLO, s.. s, mN, 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 rehed upon. ii Tbo ga uaono Oounty BanL Pioneer Bank of ~uache County. Or~nized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1852. -C IT STOCK, 0,000.00. A G~ntraI Banking Busi- ness Tr~nsactecL Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe. Safe Deposit Box~,~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. We. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIED~J~ CORRESPONDEN£8. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First NationRi Bank. Pueblo. Colo. THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock an- trusted to my care. mt i RELIABLE ASSAYS G~:..:::]:~:: ..$ :~ i Gold and Sllver•.$ .75 .. Gold,silver,copper 1.50 Samples by mall reeslue prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 142g-16th 8t., Denver, Colo, | SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT OOHPANY, Dealers In 8aguache Cooty REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous gram field of Colo- rado. Prol~rty rented for no~-res- identa, taxes paid and msur, once written• SAGUACHE, COLO. E. E. BURLINGAME & CO:, ASSAY ,,,.,,,r urrmc A. LABORA10R¥ Zstsblishedin Colorado,l~. Samples bymailot express will receive prompt and careful atteatiom Raid t, qHlvas flnlllnn Refined, Melted andAsslyed UI/IM ~j~fllel lie/lieU OR pURCHAIED. ~o~oOIltratioll Tests-l°°]b'' orcar load lot. Write for terms. I~ ~6 i73~ Lawrence St.. Denver• Coh.. ii Ill A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and oom-i plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is m 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 hearae. Difficult Digestion That is dyspepsia. It makes life miserable. Its sufferers cat not b~cause they want to --but simply because they must. Thcy know they arc irritable and fretful but they caIHIO~ be otherwise. They complain of a bad taste in the mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the stom- ach, an tlneasy feeling of puffy fulness, headache, heartburn and what not. The effectual remedy, proved by perma- l]ent cures of thousands of severe cases, is Hood's Sarsaparilla IluOD'S I'ILL8 are tha bast cathartic. LOCAL HAPPENINGS A splendid rain fell last Thursday night. John Mahoney was down from Kerber creek the first of the week. Dick Mooney, an oYd timer in Saguache was in town Monday from Crestone. The Mexican Presbyterian chapel is about ready for the roof. It will seat about 120 persons. M. S. Denton's family have at last ar- rived and are living in the east portion of the Dallas block. John Colvin and Len Townsend start. ed for the Big Park Monday morning with a fishing party. S J. Spray, the mineral surveyor of Solids, is surveying the Everett claims at Sky City for patent. Emmett Johnson on Monday moved his family and household goods to a ranch near Monte Vista. D. E. Hnward and family returned Sunday evening from a two week's fish- ing, hunting and berrying trip. Frank Carlson returned on Sunday from a trip to Del Norte, having busi- ness before the land office there. County Surveyor Atwood has. been surveying for Frank Carlson in the vicin- ity of Brown's park the past week. A Crestone fishing party passed through town on Sunday enroute home. Harry Polkenhorn was with the party. I have for sale at a bargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con- dition. James Buchanan. G.O T~ylor Whiskies of great value to the sic]~ Judge Boles, of Crastone, was in town Sept 2rid. 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, 2rid. N. B.--We also carry a complete line of the books that are used in the County High School• " The Drug Store on the 6orner--Saduache, Frank PlttenAer, Hana~er. VILLA GROVE NOTES. Refreshing rain last Tuesday. Harrison Nash moved his family to Salida where the children will attend school. Mrs. Ellen Lustfield returned to her home in Pitkin last Sunday. J. W. Boltou's family now reside in Salida for school privileges. Rev. J. W. Ohl of Salida, was in town to see his friend, Postmaster King, who had recently recovered from a severe illness. Mrs. August Zeibig left last Monday for Salida, where her children will enter school again. X G. O. Taylor Whtakie$~ hones$ {njFur/fy STATE OF OHIO,.CITY OF TOLEDO, Luoas COUNTY ) as. FRANK J. CnENEY makes oath that he is the se~dor partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each the first of the week attending county and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. court as attorney for Col. Dick Mooney. FRANK J. CHENEY, : Sworn to before me and subscribed in my Johnny Neidhardt, we are pleased to I' ~'*resence') this 6th day of December,A. W. GLEASoN,A" D. 1886. say, is making good recovery from the I I~SEAL ) Notary Pubhc. fever. Jail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts long seige he has had with typhoid ] • ~m , iirectly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold byDruggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Will l~hle In 8aguaehe County. The Brock Mining, Milling & Tunnel company has just been incorporated by local capital, headed by H. D. MacMas- ters, for $1,500,000, divided into as many shares of a par value of $1 each. The company hRs secured 125 acres of land in Saguache county, six miles from Villa Grove, three miles from a railroad and six miles north of the Orient iron mine of the C. F. & I. Co. Walter ~sylor left this morning for Colorado Springs where he resumes his studies at the state school for the blind. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Sohwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoflice. Denton, the watchmaker, is also an ex- pert sewing machine man. If your ma- chine needs overhauling he can do it for you. The ladies of the Methodist Aid socie- ty will have a sale of fancy and useful articles and home made candies about December Ist. Monday was Labor Day and although a holiday the schools were open during the forenoon for the purpose of assign- ing classes and enrollment. Frauk ~rown and-John Winkle were fishing on the Upper Saguache last week. The rains made the fishing poor but they got all they could eat. Mrs. James cregerand daughter, Ma- bel, went to Villa Grove last ThursdayI and spent the latter part of the week[ with Charl, Creger and I have a first class--nearly new--! Deering binder for sale. Has only cut 180 or 90 acres and bae always been under shed. $85.00. Will take cows or calves. CLYDE WELCH. Lee Fairbanks and family and Grant Rockwell and wife visited in Crastone on last Saturday and took in the baths at Valley View springs on Sunday. Gee. Laub, fireman on the regular en- gine on this branch of the railroad has moved his family to Crestone and will occupy Dr. Smith's residence.--Esgle. John Holden, employed by Bob Mon- tieth, on yesterday mornim~, cut his right foot across the instep while chopping wood. Dr. Melt'in dreseed tbe wound. James Slane movZ his fsmily to town last week for the opening of tl~e schools and they are now occupying their ~esi- donee on Christy ave. and Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fairbanks, with their son, U. G• Rockwell, of Melan, Mich., were Crestone visitors Saturday. Mr. Rockwell expects to locate in the valley and is looking up a favorable point in which to go into business.--E~gle. CASTOR I A ~0r Infants and Children. Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of ~~ W. W. McCoy, of Center, was in town the first of the week. Miss Jessie Hamilton is a teacher in the Corona school, Denver. Miss Georgia Bell of Center is visiting Miss Mabel Doyle of this place. Miss Myrtle Craig and Mrs. Ora Kline were down from Bonanza on Monday. J udge Wm. Mellon of Crestone was in town on Monday on professional busi- ness. Will MoDonough came down from Los Pines on Sunday and brought Benny in for school. Col. S. T. EverettYof Cleveland, Ohio, was in town last Thursday in company with John E. Ashley, Frank Stahl, who has been living at the Dunn ranch since last spring, was in town the first of the week. Mrs. Franklin Cl~ark and grandchildren have moved into the brick residence on Sau Juan avenue, owned by Mrs. Hazard. V. Z. Wilson of Crestone, publisher of the Crestone Miner, was in Saguache Tuesday and made this office a social call. Jesse Stephenson and S. T. Ambler of Monte Vista were in town Tuesday look- ing after some matters in the county court. f Owen Malone, who has been away rom Three shafts on the property, only 100 fr~+ ..... • o-o 40 7~ an~ 148 * " ~ Saguache for several months, returned ?aRt :hipm:= oyw:;home the first of the week looking much P ~" improved " showed values of $74 to the ton, divided [ " ~ into proportions of 50 per cent lead, 451 Mr. Isaac Gotthelf arrived here Men. ounces silver and about ~ ounce in gold day from Denver and will remain a to the ton. [ short time looking after his various bus. The company proposes to run a tunnel I insss interests. 500 feet which is expected to cut six = veins varying from 1~ to 2~ feet in width. The consideration is reported to approximate $50,000. Three hundred thousand shares will be retained in the treasury, besides $4,000 cash with which to start operations.--Denver Republican. M. S. Denton, watch, clock and gen- eral repairing, next door to C~ESCS~T office, Saguache. O, O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pur~. Attorney R. Z. Adams received notice of his appointment of deputy district at- torney for this district today. He is feeling rather proud of the fact and he is justly entitled to be. The Eagle con- gratulates Mr. Adams on his appoint- ment and is pleased to note his advance- ment in his chosen profession.--Esgle. Jesse Brothers has quit the newspaper business for a time and is now wielding the paint brusl for a living.--Dispatch. ~. O. Taylor Whiskass, arm pure msd~clnai stimulan~ Be~rs t~e ~~S Bought Slg~0ftm~ Thouzands are Trying It. In order to prove the great merit of Elv's Cream Bahn the mo~t efloctive cure for Catarrh and Cold m Head, we have pre- pared a generous 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 catarrh of the worst kind ever sinco a bo/, ,,'~,4 f ne~er hoped for cure, but Ely% Orc:un ];aim seems to do even that. l~Imy ac~luaiutances have used it with excel:eut rosulL~.--Oscar Ostrum, 45 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill. Ely*s Cream Bahn is the acknowledged curo for catarrh and contains no cocaine, mercury nor any injurious drug. Price~ 50 0eats. At druggists or by mail It PURE GRAPE CRtAM OF TARTAR POWDER* ")DR: Pt DIII Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid /3aktn[ Powders containing nitros. ~he7 gttm l~juriotm to health 8uelal Matters. A number of young ladies were royal. ly entertained at the home of Mrs.David- son Friday afternoon• Mrs. Davidson was assisted by Miss Ashley and Miss Lewis. The room was tastefully deco- rated with sweet peas and smilax. The afternoon was pleasantly passed in games and music after which the guests re- paired to the dining room where dainty refreshments were served. Those pres- ent were the Misses Hall, Swiheart,Hope and Lizzie Williams, Minnie and Blanche O'Neil. Anna Ham, Mabel Doyle, Hal- cyon Ellis, Lavinia Munro and Myrtle Campbell. 'l A Very pretty luncheon Was given by t************************t I Mrs Burrows last Thursday in honor of her mother, Mrs Smith The room was t PERSONAL. tl • • • • I tastefully decorated, the dining room in 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO yellow and white aud tho parlors in pink. James White, of Villa Grove, was in The place cards were daintily gotten up town on Monday. !and served as very prettysouvenirs. Aft- er the luncheon a guessing game was Mrs. Annie McDonald returned to her home in Goldfield last week after a visit of some weeks with her parents--Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Robertson. Mrs. W. W. IRon and son, Willie, re- turned on Snuday night from Leadville where sh~ h-d. b .ca called by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Lamb. ~,~rs. Joseph Dye and baby arrived here Sunday from Pueblo and is making a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch- ell on the ranch south of town. Edgar Noland left Tuesday morning for Oregon where he will spend the next ~few weeks visiting friends at various points on the Pacific coast. Mr. and Mrs. George Neidhardt came over from Cotton creek last Saturday and brought Mrs. A. A. Lamp, of Den- ver with them. She has been visitiug at the Neidhardt ranch for a week or so. ACE. YOU C,~.nnot n~ilrI~vc tlt)Oll nature. NO forcing process will ripen so well--so naturally, as time. Seven yeats ot ripen- ing in barrels in every sealed bottle of 8.0.T,,'o, Never sold in balk. Of Druggists, Grocers, and Licensed Dealers. a#..z..ov-@ "rrrtd~ ,~upplied By WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver. THE BRIDAHAM-QUEREAU DRUG CO., Wholesale Druggists, Denver. GEO, E. TAYLOR, Whole,ale Druggist, Leadville. i played, prizes being won by Mrs. David- i son and Miss Hall. Sixteen ladies were ~present: Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Pittenger, Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. J. B. Morgan, Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Harry Tarbell, Mrs. D.J. Morgan, Mrs. Means, Mrs. Bucher, Mrs. O. D. Bryan, Mrs. Smith, Miss Hall, Miss Ashley, bliss Lewis, of Denver, and Miss Swihart of Fremont, Nob. Mrs. Frank Pittenger entertained a few friends last Tuesday afternoon in a most charming manner. Progressive anagrams furnished the amusement and proved quite interesting. A dainty two course luncheon was then served. The table was very prettily decorated in pink and green, the effect being heightened by the many lighted candles. Those present were: Mesdames Smith, Bur- rows, Bryan, Hammond, Bucher, Means, Davidson, J. B. Morgan, Harry Tarbell and Miss Hall. Altogether the affair was a most delightful one and highly en- joyed by all present. The decree books for water district No. 25 are now ready for delivery and will be mailed to subscribers in a few days. There are still a few more left and those who have not sent in their orders should do so at once. The supply will not last long. High Scl~ool Notes. Alex Hareno has again shown his in- terest in the high school by j~ining the library association and by the donation of a number of books. F.W. Hodding is another ranchman who has joined the library association and donated a number of magazines. Miss Allie Davis has presented the school with a dozen varieties of birds' eggs. Miss Thais McMullin ot Bonanza sent down a number of specimens of ores for our cabinet. Clifford Bennett of Golden has pre- sented the high school with about 20 fine specimens for our cabinet. County Supt. Palmer brought a num- ber of specimens down from the Coche- tops country last week. Hope Jones brought a bat up from the ranch Friday of last week and it is now among our collections. To all friends of the high school, will say you are doing well. We only hope it will grow to such proportions that we will have to have a clerk to acknowledge receipt o[ same. The following is the enrollment: Ninth grade. Elsie Alexaudar. Glonu Alexander. Juan Borrego. Fannie Coourane. Nellie Denton. Addle DeCamp. Cora ttaz~rd. Wdl Hammond. Oha~. Kollman. Arthur Miles. llarry Uuderbill. Glenu Williams. Tenth grade. Elmer Davisoa. Pearl Doyle. Clarence Edwards. Hope Jones. Julia Mahoney. Frank Means Walter Slane. Effio Slane. Eleveuth grade. Laura Daniels. Allco Davis. Arch Lockett. Hugh Williams. Mixed grado. Mamie Clark. Ed ward Borrego, Annie Harem. Grace Penny. Hilda Fairbanks. Blanche O'Noil. Ray Slaue. Gee. Davis and son came home the first of the week from a trip on the Co- chetopa. E lward Clark. James Coch rane. fIelon Doyle. Ada Edwards. St~lJa IIart' Curt Johu~oa. Brioo Mack. Thou]as Mahoney. M~x Werm.r. Lillie White. Rusinesa For Sale. I offer for sale my stock of millinery ~ocds, ladies furnishings, notions, etc., wi~h fixtures and building. This is an opportumty for some one to get a good paying husiness at a bargain. Call on or address Mrs. E. G. Hazard, Saguaehe. Big ~M[lnlnK Deal. John E. Ashley and W. H. Lillard of Bonanza were in town Tuesday evening for the purpose of fixing up the papers in an important mining deal. The Wonder group, consisting of seven claims in the new Indian creek mining district h,s been bonded to S. T. Everett, of Cleve- land, Ohio, for the sum of $65,000. The Wonder group i~ the property of W. H. Lillard, James Rule and M. E. Zenor, all of Bonanza. G, O. Taylor Wht~l¢lea, ar~ dee~dedly #~e Principal Beery informs us that the enrollment amounts to 109 in the graded school• These are divided up among the departments as follows: Grammar room, 39; intermediate room, 34 and primary room, 36. The school building has been ronovated and presents a muoh moro cheerful appearance than before. Tha pupils seem to be taking hold of the work in good shape. 6,0,TsylorWhlskh, t~Mnedbythe weakest ,tomtch~ 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 once 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. BRYAN, Saguache, Colo. WANTED--Capable, reliable person m every county to represent large company of sold finan- cial repntation, $936 salary per ~ear, payable weekly, $3 per day absolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, bonafide, definite salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expenas money advanced each week, STANDARD ttOUSE, 334 DEARBON ST. CHICAOO. ,~heri fl"s Sale. By virtue of a writ of execution issued out of the clerk's office of tim county court of Arapa- hoc county, state of Colorado~ and to mo direct- ed, whereby I am commanded to make the sum of five hundred sevonty-two dollars seventy-four cents and costs of suit, the amount of a certain judgment recently obtainod against John Scher- er and Dan H. DeBord and John Scherer and Dan H. DeBord, co-partners doing business as Scherer& DeBord, in favor of The Levy & Low- in Mercantile Company, a corporation out of the lauds, tenements, goods and chattels of the ~'aid John ~tcherer and Dan H. DeBord, individu- ally and as co-partners, I have levied upon tho following described real and personal property to-wit: Lot 9, block 87, and improvements thereon; one front bar; one back bar and glass; cigar case and stand; ice chest~(all made by the Brunswick Bar Comp.); two poker tables; two table stands; one dozen bar room chairs; one Klonedyke pool table and fixtures: one stove and pipe; one faro- bank tabl% eleven bar aprons; two har suits; two galvnmzed iron buckets; two cork screws; six qt. bottles of Manitou; sixteen pint bottles of beer; one gasoline lamp; one gal. coaloil can; two gal. jugs; three bar trays; one lot of corks; one beer pump and fixtures; ten gal. keg of Ca[. cherry wine, weight 75 lbs.; ten gal. keg of grape brandy, 74 lbs.; ten gal. keg of cherry wine, 72 lbs.: ten gal. keg of blackberry wine, 94 lbe.; ten gal.keg of Bourbon whiskey, 61 Ibs.; five gal. keg of port wine. 30 Ibs.; ten gal. keg of gin, 80 Ibs.; one barrel of whiskey. 183 iba.; five bottles of Neff Bros. beer; ?~n bottles of Laubenheimer sour wive; eighteen bottles of S. F. Mumm's champagoe; nine bottlee of gin; six bottlee of cognac brandy; one doz. bar spoons; one copper funnel; one strainer; ten bottles full and part full of cordial bitters; one doz. bar bottles; one hundred and ten bar glasses mixed nine essence bottles two bottles of bitters; two flower racesl nine spirters, situated in the town of Crestone, Saguache county and state of Colorado. The real estate and improvements and ~aloon fixtures above described are to be sold subjact to a mortgage. Also the following described nrol~rty the versoaal property of Dan H. DeBord: I One qt. bottle of port wine; cue case of black pearl wine; one bottle of benedictine; one bottle of rum; two bottles of brandy;one bottle margux wine; two bottles of gin; eight bottles of sour mash whiskey; five bottles of Saratoga cocktails; one-half barrel of black berry brandy, 137 lbs.; one keg of brandy, 20 lbs.; one keg of rum, 24 lbs.; one barrel of Stonewall sour mash whiskey, 217 lbs.; half barrel of cherry wine, 185 lbs.; half barrel of port wine. 93 lbe.; 4ice barrels ot Del Norte beer; one bottle of whiskey; seven half. pint bottles of whiskey~ five pint bottles of whis- key; two jars of beef tea; one jug Part full of whiskey; one jug of peppermint; one cork ~orew. Therefore according to such command I shall expose to sale at pu blic auction all the right, ti- tie and interest of the above named John~deher- er and Dan H. DeBord. and Soberer & DoBord, co-partners, in the above described propert~ on Friday, September 27, 1901, between the rtsing aod the setting of the sun on said day, Rt Sac guache, Colorado. Dated at Sagua~he. Colorado, thisthird day of September, 1901. ETJOENS WILT,lAMa, Sheriff of Saguache County, Colorad o. rlvat, a.nd Ohronlo Oleea**a of M,n t~@, stttettlr~, @ezue f'ii~ ~,~:~ v~ality~ tailia# memor| I~l~ ~,~ • s ,in, kidney or I~r!vato di~ ~ ean0S~Rro ~pee~ly cure( ~r~ .~P'~ l)l{. COOK has spent ~,d~" ~ ~ ~'~ars of pcr~isten~ stud t ~..~l~ ami ezperitnca in his OW ll~ ~ practice and among th ............ i,~rgcst Eastern hospital UUUrAIU£~ GUU~' iU curing thm class of di~ sasos and. will guerantee ~'ou a permanent cure ~t ,n,dcra+,, co~t i~o has cured thousands who thought t hexr ca~es ~OT)C-e~a. All lot tern private, Write for quost,ou b auk. Consultat/oa free, blodieiues cent froe from obsorvatioa, Gook fiedleal CO, ~0~a g.rfl#$t. ~0vsr,¢,~