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, JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. J. T_IIA CY MEL VIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Amerlcan House, San Juan ave- otto. Calls promptly answeredjday or night. Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. / O..'P. SHIPPEY, M. D, Villa Grove. Colo. ii W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Saguache County Bank. THB AMHRICAN HOUS 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 rehed upon. Tho 8aguach0 00only Bank Pioneer Bank of Saguaohe County. Orpnizod, May, 1880. Ineoi'porated, July, 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal C, itics of Europe. Safe Deposit Boxe.~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pre*. CHARLES TAnBELL, Cashier. WH. F~ BOYD, Asst. CMhisr. MARK B/EDELL. CORRESPONDENTS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. Firlt Nationai Bank, Pueblo. Colo. THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., FourLh SL., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock en- trusted to my care. iii RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold ............ , .50 I Gold and Silver.., .75 Lead .5O[ Gold,silver, copper 1 50 Samples by mail receive prompt attentlen. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 142g.16th ~t,, Oenosr, Colo. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache County REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa-i incus gram field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and msur- anoe written. SAGUACHE, COLO. iiiii ii i E. E. BURLINGAME & CO.', ASSAY OFFICE O.,M.C.L AND LADORAIORY ]{stabUsbedin Colorado,lS66. Samples bymailor express will receive prompt sad careful attention I~nld & RUler Bullies RMlnsd, Melted and Ass|}NId VVlH WVlllq)l IIVll O~ PURCHASlrD. P~e0nfratl0n Tests-xlb'' or ear ,cad ,eta Write for terms. ; ,~t~ l 738 Lawrence St.. Denver. Cole. -- ! A, BREWEI1, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave, SAGUACHE. I haw just added a large and com- 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 hearse. )hat are Humors? They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours- ing the veins and affecting the tis.~ues. They are commonly due to defective diges- tion but are sometimes inl~eritcd. IIow do they manifest themselves ? In many forms of cutaneous eruption, salt rheum or eczema, pimples and boils. and in weakness, hmguor, general debility. IIow are they expelled ? By Hood's arsapariHa whictl also builds up the system that has suffered from them. It is the best medicine for all humors, LOCAL HAPPENINGS For best fresh and cured meats go to Jones'. Miss Georgia Bell~s" to teach school at Hill Top. Miss Zella Collier will teach the La Garita school this winter.--Dispatch. Edward Borrego opened school in the Lawrence district on Monday morning. J. M. Ellis came down from Bonanza last week and spent a few days in town. Flour, grain, gro~ceries and provisions at bedrock prices at P. M. Jones & Co.'a. O. O. Taylor Whiskies, good, pure, and old. Eugene Williams, of Saguache, visited friends in the city over Sunday.--Sahda Mail. There are rumors to the effect that Ssguache is soon to have two more sa- loons. 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.--We also carry a complete line of the books that are used in the County High School. The Dru Store on the 60rner--8 uache, VILLA GROVE NOTES. Work has been commenced to rebuild J. L. Townsend isntting up a carpen- the Villa Grove depot. ter shop in the adobe building on Fifth street. J.W. Bolton will move his saw mill from its present situation to Bonanza. Best and cheapest gloves and hats at A.J. Kuntz of Bonanza was in town Jones'. one day last week on his way home from Woodard Brothers are putting up the Poncha springs. hay crop on their Kerber creek ranch Grandma Richards was confined to this week. her bed several days last week, but, we are glad to say, is much better now. Mrs. H. L. Curtis and Mrs. L. (L Henrietta Kuyper has been quite sick Townsend went to Bonanza on Sunday at her home in Salida. and retmnsd Monday. To the Ladies. You are invited to inspect the tailor made suits, golf skirts, millinery and silk waists, now at the American Hotel. Bert, Perry and Will Allen left Mon- day morning for a week's hunting and fishing on the Uochotopa. Mrs. Rachel Roberts is now gaining strength quite rapidly and is able to be up for a short time each day. I have for sale at a bargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con- dition. James Buchanan. Birt Clare is making arrangements to build a two room addition on the east side of his residence on Denver avenue. Eat first class short-order meals aL Mrs. Schwackenberg'e restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. James Slane has been having his resi- dence on Christy avenue thoroughly overhauled. James Buchanan is doing the work. J. J. Keller has raised the frame of the main part of his shop and store building 'on-Fourth street. It will be quite an improvement to the street. Go to P. M. Jones & Co.'s for fresh fruits by the case, cheap. Frank Carlson had the misfortune to lose one of the mules he bought recently on Monday. Frank says that the old saying that muleq never die is not true. Capt. C. B. Eastman of Crestone, a candidate for the republican nomination for county clerk, was in Saguache last week getting acquainted with the peo- ple. Capt. Eastman saw service in the Philippines. Mrs. E. G. Hazard is arranging to build on her lot just east of James L. Town- sand's place. The house will be 16x26 with an ell 14x22. Mr. Townsend has J. H. Parsons' brother and family left for their home in Denver last week, Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Strum, and daughter, Miss Frankie, went from Orient to Pueblo Saturday to recuperate in a lower alti- tude. Grandma Vermeulen was quite ser- iously indisposed a few days this week, but is better again. Mrs. Isabel Parsons and daughter, Margaret, went to DenveJ last week, Wednesday, for a month's visit with rel- atives and friends. We are sorry to learn of the illness of Mr. and Mrs. Port's sweet little boy. We. Richards was spending a few days in town. Through the Crestone Eagle we learn that the Salida Record acknowledges that "S. J. Spray brought in from his ranch four miles out of town several bushels of yellow transpm-ent apples, some of the finest grown in the state on Tuesday." We want to inform Mr. Spray that we are very fond of good apples, whether they are grown on Thursday or even on Sunday. X O. O. Taylor Whiskisss honest inpurit# STATE OFLucAsOnIO, CITYcouNTyOF TOLEDO,)~ 88. FaANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he ia the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY & CO., doing business in the City of. Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that stud firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL!S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my this fith day of December, A. D. 1886. { A w. GLEASON, ) Notary Pubhe. Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., 'loledo, O. Sold b~Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Mr. Charles Tarbell writes from Chi- cago that he has concluded the task of buying the fall stock for the Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere. Co. and that all the goods have been shipped. He also stated that owing to the large number of new goods the contract for building it and lumber he found desirable to buy that he had is now being placed on the ground, largely exceeded in amount the purchas- Notice. I have a nice lot of cucumbers to put up for pickels that I put up in salt at 20 cents per gallon. If you want any send in your orders at once. Also have a fine lot of beans to put up same as cucum- bers at 10 cents per gallon. Seven ,files south of Saguache. J.M. Bechtel. Mrs. Henry Lamb, mother of Mrs. W. W. Idea, and a former resident of thi~ place, is here visiting her daughter and family. She hal a ranch near town which she is very anxious to dispose of and will ~ll it at a very low price. Miss Mabel Doyle left on Saturday of last week for Altmosa where she re- sumes her school duties in a district near that place. Miss Mabel taught in the same district last year and they were so pleased with the results obtained that they re.employed her. H. W. Palmer and Louis Holden, both of Spring Hill, Kansas, were in town last Saturday visiting J. 1. Pahner and fam- ily. H.W. Palmer is a brother of J. 2. and Mr. Holden is the father of Moses Holden, living near Center. They are looking over the valley with a view to finding a location for a cattle ranch, es of former years. The goods have commenced to arrive and will soon be on exhibition. Their ad next week will tell you about them. We rise to remark that it seems as though it was about time that the raffle on A. M. Isbell's automobile be declared off and the money returned to the ticket holders. Mrs. Nellie Shewatter left Saturdav l f,)r a few days' trip to "..~offat, Villa Grovel and other places.--Record. G.O T~yi0r Whiskies or great value tothesicl~ 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. strata the great merits of the remedy. ELY BROTHEl, S, 56 Warren St., New York City. I~ev. John tleid, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I can emphasize his statement, "It is a posi- tive cure for catarrh if used as direeted."~ I{ev. Francis W. Peele, Pastor CentralPrea, Church, Helena, Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no mercury nor any injurious drug. Price, 50 eeate, Frank Plttenter, ]llana~cr. S PURE GRAPE CREAM O:~ TARTAR POWDER, Dl VS t# BAKING POWDm Highest Honors, World's Fair Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid linking ~owders containing alum, Ther are ~i~urlous to health MARRIED At the American House in Saguaehe, on Friday evening, September 6th, 1901, Miss Grace McMurtril to Mr Roy Stead- man, both of Alder} Justice Birt Clare officiating. At the residence of the bride's mother in Saguacho, Tuesday, Sept. 10,1901, Mr. J. A. McDonald to Miss Hannah Bruns, Justice Birt Clare officiating. Mr. Mc- Donald is from Crestone. We have received a copy of ttattie Ne- vada's latest song entitled "Maid of Mexico or Down on the Rio Grands." The words deal with a Mexican love af- fair, set to Mexican waltz time music making an easy and catchy air, for which I~W~@W~WH~H~e@@@~W~ I this author is noted. The songs: "The PERSONAL, ~ Letter Edged in Black," and "While the ~@@~@@4~@4H~@@@~@4b~ $ { Leaves Came Drifting Down," by same author, have been popular in this soc- Mr. E. Tobler was over on Tuesday from Mirage. Alonzo Brewer spent Sunday and Monday at Biedell camp. W. A. McEutyre came over from the ranch on Monday after a load of supplies. County Commissioner Ashley of Park- villa was a Denver visitor the first of the week. J. J. Espinosa of Veteran on Monday moved his family to Saguache for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, who have been visiting at Nathan Wards for several weeks, left last Sunday. Miss Delpha Moon, who has been visit- ing with Mrs. Case at Del Norte, return- ed home a few days ago. Miss Cora Hazard returned home the first of the week from a visit to friends at Creeds and Del Norte. R. Z. Adams, the Crestone attorney, was in town Monday evening and Tu~- day morning on legal business. l-l. C. Lockett was up from the 41 country last Saturday to attend a meet- tug of the county high school board. Miss Nettie Stanley, from Del Norte, was in town from Saturday to Monday. She was a guest of the McGehee family. Mr. and Mrs Smith and grand daugh- ter, parents of Mrs. C. M. Burrows, start- ed yesterday morning for their home in Butler, Me. R. H. Lampson of Moffat was a county seat visitor Monday attending to some business matters and shaking hands with his friends. Wilbur Curtis was confined to the house a good portion of last week. He was threatened with typhoid but is now able to be about. Miss Lavinia Munro left last Saturday evening for Denver where she expects to spend the next few months in study at the conservatory of music. Col. S. T. Everett and son have been at Sky Cilv. ~ ", ~r-g" the past week, where he owns u number of mining claims which are being put to patent. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones. of Oscvola, Missouri, arrived here last evening for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davidson. Mrs. Jones is a sister of Mr. Davidson. Mr. Smith, latherer Mrs. C. M. Bur- rows, arrived here last week from But- ler, Me., and will spend a few weeks visiting before returning with his wife and granddaughter. M. S. Denton, watch, clock and gen- eral ,'spatting. next door to CRESCENT offic, Ssguache. Doc oeS Prescribe thcl~ l~ecause they never vary from one staadard .f medi('innl quality~ the highest -- aml do(:t-r~ arc careful folks, You trust your [amily doctor--of course. Ask him. 11 TAYLOR ,U,/ tion ever since being published, and this new one, we believe will be a larger ~el- ler. Copy of the song can be had by sending 25 cents to the publishers, The Kansas City Talking Machine Co., Kan-' sas City, Me. G . O. Taylo~ Whiskies, are decidedly fine The Renewal a Strain. Vacation is over. Again the school bell rings at morning and at noon, again with tens of thousands the hardest kind of work has begun, the renewal of which is a mental and physical strain to all ex- cept the most rugged. The little girls that a few days ago had roses in their cheeks, and the little boy whose lips were then so red you would have insist- ed that they had been "kissed by straw- berries" have already lost something of the appearance of health. Now is a time when many children should be given a tonic, which may avert much serious trouble, and we know of no other so highly to be recommended as Hood's Sarsaparilla, which strengthens the nerves, perfects digestion and assimila- tion, and aide mental development by building up the whole system. Anarchy can not be TolerateG. I~ reo governments may be overthrown but they cannot he reformed by those who violate the commandment 'Thou shalt not kill.' Under a governmentlike ours every wrong can be remedied by laws and the laws in the hands of the people themselves. Anarchy can be neither excused nor tolerated here. Tha man who proposes to right a public wrong by taking the life of a human be- ing makes himself an outlaw and cannot consistently appeal to the protection of the government which he repudiates. He invites a return to a state of barbar- ism, in which one must at his own risk defend his own rights and avenge his own wrongs. The punishment adminis- ! tered to the would-be assassin and to his co-conspirators, if he had any, should be such as to warn all inclined to anarchy that while this is an asylum for those who love liberty it is an inhospitable place for those who raise their hands against all forms of government." W. J. BRYAN. O. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pure. Frank Pittenger leaves Saturday for a visit to Denver, Cripple Creek and Pueblo. The preliminary hearing of Frank Mc- Donald has been set for next Tuesday before Justice Clare. Sheriff Williams returned from Cres- tone last night where he went to attach the Walling saw mill outfit. Clyde and Lee Welch relurned from Crested Buttes last evening, being call- ed.there by the dealh ,f their father. The young lady who on yesterday dec- orated the editorial desk with a beuutl- fulboque~hasour thaoks for the kind offering. The front steps of the cou,'t house have been protected by the putting down of iron plates. ~'he stone was so badly worn in some places that it would have been only a matter of a short time before new steps would have been necessary. Mr. John Farrington had the contract and made a good job of it. George Sherman desires to annol~l~Ce .to the public that he has opened a meat market in the Daniets room next door t~ the drug store. That he will always keep ou hand the best meats to be ob- tained. He does not expect to do all the Trade, .~,ltpp!ied By WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Den~er, I business but respectfully asks for a stare TilE BRIDAHAM-Q~EREAU DRU(~ t of your patronage. I will also handle CO., Wholesale Druggists, Denver. Mrs. Daniels' stock of shoes and school books. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Drugget, Leadvillo { e., O, TW Or~hii~eii'ar--~p~-r* m~a]cins! ,tlm~ss~ Business ]For Sale. I otter for sale my stock of millinery go~ds, ladies furnishings, notions, etc., wilh tixtures and building. This ie an opportumty fur some one to get a good paying hnsiness at a bargain. Call on or address Mrs. E. G. Hazard, Saguache. I),'. A. J. l~ogan, aged 34 years, died at Crest(me on last Sunday from eonsump. ties. The Misses Elizabeth amt Ethel Shells- burger, of Rite Alto. will leave fur Bes- t,n, Mass. on Monday, Sept. 16th, where they will attend the Emerson College of Oratory.-- Crestone Eagle. New Shoes, Birt Clare received a new invoice of shoes this week which you should see before buying elsewhere. There are 46 pupils in the county high school and 31 of them are from school districts other than Saguache. Just one- half of the school districts of the county are represented in the enrollment at the county high school. No. 6 leads the list with 15; No. 32 has 5; Nos. 11 and 24 have 4 each; Nee. 2 and 31 have 3 each; No. 8 2; and the other nine districts rep- resented hays one each to their credit. 6,0,TaylorWhlskle$ retlinedbythe weakest ItomlcM I{anch and Stock. I have for sale a large stock ranch only a short distance from Saguache. With it are several hundred head of cat- tie. 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. B~YA~, Saguache, Colo. WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company of s,dd finan- ('ial reputation. $936 salary par :,ear, payable weekly, $3 per day ahsoiutel~, sure and all expen- ses, straight, benafido, deflate salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week, STANDARD /lOUSE, 334 DEARBON ST. CIfIOAOO. Sheriff's Sale, By virtue of a writ of execution issued out of She clerk's office of tim county collrt of Arapa- hoe eouuty, state of Coh)rado, and to axe direct- ed, whereby 1 am COlllulanded to slake the sum ,)f five imndred seventy-two dollars seventy-four cents and costs of suit, the amount of a certain judgment recently obtained against John Scher- erand Dan tt. DeBord and J,,hn Scherer and Dan tf. DeBord, co-partners 4oing business as Scherer & DeBord, in favor of The Levy 5: Law- in Mercantile Company a corporation, out of the lands, tenements, goods and chattels of the ~aid John ~cherer and Dan H. DoBord, individu- ally and as co-partners.l have levied upon the following described real amt personal property to-wit: Lot 9, bh)ck 37, and improvements thereon; ()no frLnt bar; ()no back bar and glass; cigar case and sLand; ice ciiest~(all made by the Brunswick Bar Comp.); two poker tables; two trabie stands; one dnzen bar roan chairs; one Klonedyke .pool table and fixtures: one stove and pipe; one rare- bank table; eleveu bar aprons; two bar suits; two galvanized iron buckets; two cork screws; six qt. bottles of Manitnu; sixteen pint bottles ; one beer pump und fixtures; ten gal. keg of Cal. cheriy wine, weight 75 Its,; ten gal. keg of grape brandy, 74 Its.; ten gaL keg nf cherry wine, 72 lbs.: ten gal. keg ofbluckberry wine, 94 lbs,; ten gul. keg of Bourb(,n whiskey, 61 lbs.; five gal, keg of port wine, 30 lbs.; ten gal. keg of gin, 80 lbs.; one barrel of wi~iskey. 183 Its.; five b,,ttlos of Neff Rros. bee~; t.n bottles of Laubenheimer sour wi[,e; eighteen battles of S. F. Mumm's champagne; nine bottles of gin; six bottles of (?ognu(~ brlul(]y; one doz. bar 8[)cons; one copper funnel; one strainer; ten bottles full and part ftdl of cordial bitters; on0 doz. bar bottles; one hundred and ten i)ar glasses, mixed; nine essence bottles; two bottles of bitters; two flower races; nine spirters, situated ill tho town of Crost(,ae, Saguache county and state of Colorado. The real estate and improvements and saloon fixtures above described are to be sold subject to a mortsago. Also the following described property, the persomd property of Dan H. DeBord: One qt. bottle of port wine; one 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 masi~ whiskey; five bottles of Saratoga cocktails; one-hail barrel of black berry brandy, 137 lbs.; ,)no keg of brandy, 20 lbs.; one keg of rum, 24 its.; one barrel of Stonewall sour mash whiskey, 217 lbs.; half barrel of cherry ~ine, 1S5 Its.; half barrel of port wine. 93 Its.; five barrels o[ Del Norte beer; one bottle of whiskey; seven half- )tat bottles of whiskey; five pint bottles of whis- key; two jars of beef tea; one jug part full of wl~iskey; one jug of peppermint; one cork screw. Therefore according to such command I shall expose to sate at pu blic auction all the right, ti- tle and interest of the above named John 8shar- er and Dan H. DeBord. and Seherer & DoBord, co-partners, ill the above described properW on Friday, September 27, 1901, between the rasing and the setti~gof the sun on said day, at Sa- guacim, Colorado. Dated at Ssgua~he, Colorado, this third day of September, 1~)01. EUGENE WILI,I AM~ Sheriffof Saguaehe County, Colorad o. Ftlvat~ an0 0hronlo Diseases of M,n CONSULT ,M~n euff0rJng from evil el. ~'~,,~'~ f~t~ of youthful incliners. ~:~,' n:tturul ~L, eharge~, lesll ViL;tlity, failit~ memor~,~ v~:at~cs~ to marry, blood, e .in, kidney or private dis. ";'~ eeses~ are speedily cured. DA, COOK has spent 30 yc::rs uf persistent study a::d e.~pericneo in his own rn'aeLice and among the Ltvgcst Ea:dern hospit~ll DOCTOl~ COOK. i:; curing the class of d~s- eases an(], xvi~i guara::wo you a permanent cure a+ moderato c~ =t. ]_; , has cur.d thousands who ~!onght their cases ]l~q~c:less. All letters private. 'rite ;e ~:,ueetiou Lank. 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