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i| aal|ul ..................... I ( / 3NO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, ~ill practice in all courts. Colo. J. TRA CY .MEL VIN, M. D. PHYSICIA.N AND SURGEON, Office opposite Amerlcan House, San Juan ave- oua. Calls promptly answered, day or night, Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487, W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Saguache County Bank. AMHRICAN HOUSB SAGUACNE, 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. Wh6 8aguacha G0unl? Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguachs County. Or~mized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1852. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe. Safe Dl~slt Box~ for Rent. OFF]CER8 AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOT']'HELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. C,t'~ARLES TA[~BELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDENTS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First Nationai Bank, Pueblo, Colo. Ill t 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. RP.LIABLE ASSAYS Gold ............ $ .50 Gold and Silver..$ .75 Lead ............. 50 Gold,nil ver,eopper 1.50 Samples by mall reeslus prompt arrant/on. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 742g-16th St,, Dancer, Colo. LOCAL HAPPENINGS For best fresh and cured meats go to Jones'. Jack Welch left Saguache MoGday morning for Crested Buttes. John H. Holcomb of Moffat was doing business in Saguache on Monday. +~dD Phillip Stahl and son, of San were in town the first of the week. Sheriff Williams was in Bonanza the first of tha week on official business. Single set of harness for sale cheap. Jno. W. Davidson. Flour, grain, groceries and provisions at bedrock prices at P. M. Jones & Co.'s. Meek Ellis is getting ready to work the assessments on his claims at Klon- dike camp. o Sire Dusenberry has gone up to Sky City to do soma assessment work for John Lawrence. Mark Biedell, of Rio Grands county, was doing business in Alamosa on Tues- day night.--Courier. Read the new ad of the Gotthelf & Tarbell (3o. in this issue. Their new fall stock is being placed on sale. G.O Taylor Whiskies or great value to theaic~ Best and cheapest gloves and hats at Jones'. Mrs. E. G. Hazard is in Denver this week purchasing her fall stock of millin- nery and furnishing goods. T. J. Fitzpatrick left Saguache on Frt. day of last weak to do some work on mining claims at Sky City. R. Z. Adams, deputy district attorney, and Dr. Pruett both of Crestone, were in town Monday and Tuesday. Jute Lawrence of the Eagle office ex- pects to move his family from Center to Crestone in a few dayg.--Eagle. Jimmy Boyd came down from Spring creek above Villa Grove, on last Friday badly crippled up with rheumatism. Eat first class abort-order meals a~ Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. John Matthews has sold his saw mill to Stow Bros. and they are this week moving it back to Carnero creek, near its old location. The frame of Mas. Hazard's new house was raised by Contractor James Town- send ou Tuesday morning. It will ba a very neat house. Herbert W. Burdetto of Monte Vista, an experienced newspaper man, was a Ssguache visitor on Monday and Tues- day of this week. For Rent. I have for rent three good rooms suit- able for housekeeping. Call on or ad- dress J.W. Davidson, George Neidhardt came over from Cotton Creek last Monday. He has been having another tussle with rheumatism but is able to be around again. Miss Halcyon Ell~s opened the school in the Lyons district on Monday of this week. We were in error when we stated this school opened on September 2nd. Dealers In Saguache County REAL ESTATE. CHOICE SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT General W. J. Palmer has leased the larger part of the Triuobera estate in the COMPANY San Luis valley and intends to stock it ! fine cattle this falL--Field and Farm. Thomas Scott, the 14 year old son of Arthur Scott, died of diphtheria Tues- day of this week and was buried in the Del Norse cemetery Wednesday.--Pros- RANCHES For sale in psctor. the Best Portions of the A foot ball game is scheduled for Sat- San Luis Valley--the fa. urday, September 28, in thiscity between incus gram field of Cole- the Salida high school and the Saguache high school. The admission will be 35 rado. cents.--Mail. Property rented for non-res- ldent~, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. E. E. BURLINGAME & CO.i ASSAY 0FFIGE AND LABORAz ORY ]~,tabli,hedin Colorado.l~. Samples bymai!or ,expres, will receive prompt and careful attention ~Deld ~, ~llaae nz,lllne R~ned, Melted and Assayed ~T~VIH (]~lilgl UHIIIVII OR WURC'HABED. ~oncen*,ration V, elo__1001b,, or ear foe~ tot /OO|a Write for tern,=. Ji7~G 1738 Lowreaee St.. Denver. I:o1,,. A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. Mrs. Henry Johnston was in town on Friday. The entire family will spend the winter at Canon City and will leave as soon as Mr. Johnston can dispose of his fall work.--Prees. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jewell went down to the 41 country Tuesday to attend a surprise party which was gotten up by the friends of Uncle John Fullenwlder to celebrate his 70fh birthday. A letter received here recently by the wife of Dr. Warner from Mr. C. S. Dick, of Glasgow, Scotland, announces his en- gagement to a most estimable lady, a former resident of Saguache, and still living in the San Luis valley. A representative of the Del Norte Prospector made a trip through the Farmington, New Mexico, district re- cently and says: "L. L. Thomas and W. are two old residents of Sa- guache now at Farmington, evidently X have just added a large and corn- doing well." plate line of For the lloys. UNDERTAKING GOODS. James Camper wants to buy all the ~his delDartment is m charge of one who o;d copper and rubber he can get. He has had many years experience as an ~ill pay 5 cents a pound for copper, and undertaker and funeral director, one cent and a half for old rubber. I My line of coffins runs frotu the ~ buy gunny sacks. I pay 12 cents a dozen cheapest to fine metalic caskats. have a hearse, Get the Wlost Out of Your Food You don't and can't if your stomach is weak. A weak stomach does not di- gest all that is ordinarily taken into it. It gets tired easily, and what it fails to digest is wasted. Among the signs of a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating, fits of ner- vous headache, and disagreeable belch- ing. "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at different times for stomach troubles, and a run down condition of the system, and have been greatly benefited by its use. I would not be without it in my faz~'.ly. I am trou- bled especially in summer with weak stom- acb and nausea and find Hood's Sarsaparilla i~avaluable.'' E. B HICKMA.~, W.Chester, Pa. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the whole digestive system. VILLA GROVE NOTES. In the death of the late President Mc- Kinley, we lose a wise manager and kind ruler. J.W. Bolton went last Tuesday to a business trip. W. R. Norris of Salida arrived in town ast Saturday. Pete Paterson who is mining at Rock creek, was in town Monday. * Grandma Richards w~nt last week to Salida, and is making her home with Mrs. August Zeibig. isaac Thurston is erecting a building at Aider. We are glad to note Mr. J. Quinn's complete recovery from a siege of ty- )hold fever. U-n-c-be G-e.o-r.g-e Z-i-m-m-r-m-a-n, she has been stopping at Paterson's ranch, made a flying trip to and from town. Some one came into our sanctum one day this week and enquired for a big, fat fellow. Now if they had been after a big, fat woman, we would have surren- dered at once. m G. O. Taylor IVhiskle$ ~ honest Ot purity STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, ) LUOAS (~OUNTY ~ aS, FItANK J. ('HENEY makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co. doing business in tile City of Toledo, County and State aferesaid, and that said 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 6th day of December, A. D. 188~. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Pubhc. taken internally and acts on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., ~loledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. High School Notes. Dr. Melvin lectured to the high school Wednesday morning of last week on "Movements of Atmosphere." Oscar Proffitt has presented the library association, War in South Africa, and Leading Facts in American History. Mrs. W. H. Ham has entered the class in book keeping. Supt. Palmer has had the laboratory physics two days this week. Mrs. Lyons has presented the library, Life of Mary Queen of Scotts and Paris by Sunlight and Gaslight. New pupils enrolled this week Eva Adair of Center, Georgia Ellis of Lower Saguache and Ernest Slots of Veteran. A basket ball team has been organized in the high school with the following officers: Anna Ham, pres., Maud Ickea see., Effie Slane treas. The high school girls will give a bask- et and shadow social in the high school building on Friday evening of this week. A free literary program will be given. Challenges have been received by foot- ball team from the three river towm and Salida. A game will be played at Satida on the 28th. Miss Emma C. A. Nehls shows that she has not forgotten the high school by sending us a fine collection for our cabi- net, among which are the following, 40 specimens of ores, wasp nest, Indian ar- row points, pieces of Cliff' Dwellers' pot- tery, etc. All of which came properly labelled. For these and all other gifts we are truly thankful. Our pet sna~te escaped the first of the week and has not yet been recaptured. Help the Band. To obtain money for the purchase of several new instruments, the band is ar- ranging to give a band concert, Friday eve., Oct. llth. A fine musical program will be given, closing with a farce, which alone will 0e worth the price of admis- sion. The attention of our readers is called to lhe change in the advertisement of Sam Feast, the Moff'at merchant. I I for beer bottles. ibeer bottle full. Thoa~ands are Trying It. In order to prove tile great merit of Ely's Cream Balm, the most effective sure for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre- pared a geuerous trim size for 10 cents. Get it of your druggist or send 10 cents to ELY BROS., 5G Warren St., N. Y. City. I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind ever since a be:, a,t4 I ne~cr hoped for cure, but :Ely's ~Arcam ]~ahu seems to do even that. l~Lmy acquaint~mces have used it with excellent result~.--Oscar Ostrum 45 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill. Ely's Cream Bahn is the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no cocaine Vinegar 5 cents per] mercury nor any injurious drug. Price~ l 50 0eats. At druggists or by mall 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 Corner Saguache, Frank Pltten~er, Nana~er. PERSONAL. Johnny Fultz~was a county seat visi- tor on Tuesday. Will McDonoughcame down Tuesday from Lea Pines. W. H. Cochran of Del Norte was in town last Saturday. J ames Jacob of Moffat was in town on Monday and Tuesday. Charles Gillispie of Alder was a coun- ty seat visitor ou Tuesday. Jacob Barsch and Charles Miller were county seat visitors yesterday. D. S. Jones of Veteran was a county seat visitor the first of the week. Hen. Michael White of La Garita was a county seat visitor ou Saturday. Mrs. John O'Neil went to Denver the first of the week, leaving on Sunday. W. R. Donnell came down from Alder Monday and transacted some business. Frank Hiles and wife of Pueblo were in town the first of the week. Mr. Hiles is a life insurance solicitor. Mrs. O. D. Bryan was taken quite sick Monday night and was confined to her bed the fore part of the week. S. S. Boughton of Salida has purchas- ed the interest of his partner, Charles Eggleson, and is now going it alone. W. W. Green of Chicago, the president of the Spring Creek Mining Co., was in ~)wn on Tuesday on a business trip. We are pleased to learn that Owes Ma- one and Gregario Lobata have both re- cently received an increase in pensions. Miss Hope Williams, who has been visiting the McDonough's at Los Pines for several weeks, returned home Tues- Seventy Years Old Was Uncle John Fullenwider Tuesday, Sept. 17. In commemoration of this event his friends and relatives met at his place in celebration. His friends pre- sented him with a nice suit of clothes as a token of their esteem. Also a pair of house slippers and leather purse. A table was erected in the grove and loaded with all the good things imagin- able. Uncle John made a speech in which he said "one great man has passed away and another sprung up." A foot race was run between Uncle John and T. E. Ickes, Mr. Ickes getting flagged. Those present from a distance were Sam Jewell and wife, Saguache, F. L. Bishop and wife and S. E. Seaton and wife, of Monte Vista, John Smith and wife, Veteran: J.D. Hess and wife, Dr. W. A. Lockett and wife, O. O. Fellows and wife, Homer Gibson and wife, R. H. Buekley and wife, George McCormack and wife, Erastus Dickerson, wife and relatives, from Moline, Kansas, M. M. Suttloy and wifo, It. A. Fulleuwider and wife and Mrs. W. W. Machen, Thomas Tough and T. E. lckes. At 5 o'clock tho friends departed with best wishes for the honored host. A FRIEND. John Germon. Had Mr. Germon lived until the llth of next, month he would have been 87 years of age. He was born in New York state and emigrated to Michigan about 50 years ago. He came to Colorado in 1895and took up a homestead in Sa- guache county, on which he made final proof this spring. He leaves a family of three sons--Fayette Germon, who is a resident of this county, and Merritt and George Germon who reside in Michigan. The burial took place at Saguache on Tuesday. Mr. Germon was universally respected by all who had the good fortune to know him and his neighbors mourn his death. DIED day. A. M. Kieth from eastern Kansas ar-I rived here Tuesday with T. M. Alexan- i der. He is looking over the San Luis valley. Dr. Pruett and -Attorney Adams of Creotone, left here Tuesday afternoon for a visit to B~nuuza camp before re- turning ho:;,~. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Near, of Angola, Kansas, came in on yesterday's stage for a few days visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Carlson. Assessor T. M. Alexander, wbo has for the past month been visiting in Kansas, Missouri and Pennsylvauia, returned home on Tuesday. The following jolly party spent Sun- day at Valley View. Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Burrows, Mrs. Frank Pit- ranger and Mrs. D. J. Morgan. ON TOP ~over the cork, our signature and label on every bottlc~to prevent fraud--to ensure honest goodnes~ and purity and ripeness. No other way to do all this ~ for you. ,U./ C-- Trade Xapl~lied By WOLFE LONDONEI, Grocer, Der~rd~.. THE BRIDAHAM-QUEREAU DI-~,G; CO., Wholesale Druggists, Des)war., GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggist, Leadvitl~ 4 From J. H. Parsons we learn that Wil- liam B. Squires, a former resident of Sa- guache county, and well and favorably known to the old timers, was killed at the Elkton mine at Cripple Creek, Sat- urday, Sept. lith. He was coming up in the cage and was carrying some chairs which got caught and threw him out, jamming him in between the timbers so that he had to be cut out. He was a; prominent Mason and was about 67 years of age. O. O. Taylor WhiskZ, are dce~dedly flne For Sale or He,it. I offer for sale or rent my i,ouse on San Juan avenue, Sagua~he. Call on or addresss, Warren Joy, Saguacho. Dr. Warner this year p!anted a quan- tity of sugar beet seed and has been able to determine how they will yield, tie es timates that the yield would be about 30 tons to the acre. The Dr. is much in- terested in sugar beet culture and will be pleased to give any one the benefit of his experience. Andrew Forbes and wife returned last Saturday from an extended trip to Cali- ifornia. Mr. )'orbes says the trip was of considerable benefit to Mrs. Forbes but lthat California was suffering from a drouth. ~. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guatantaed pur~. George Sherman desires to announce to the public that he has opened a meat market in the Daniels room next door to the drug slore. That he will always keep on hand the best meats to be ob- tained. He does not expect to do all the business but respectfully asks for a share of )'our patromtge. I will also handle Mrs. Daniels' stock of shoes and school books. ~. O, Taylor Wllitl~,l, |rs pure ma~Iclnsl ~tlmulant& Businese For Sale. I offer for sale nay stock of millinery goods, ladies furnishings, notions, etc., with fixtures and budding. This is an opportumty for some one to get a good paying business at a bargain. Call on or address Mrs. E. G. Hazard, Saguache. 6,0,TaylorWhlskles retained by the weakest stornacl~ By reference to the mayor's proclama. ties elsewhere in this issue it will be seen that the citizens of Saguache are to hold memorial services for President McKin- ley this afternoon and that all business will bs suspended from two until four o'clock. The serwces will be held at the high school building at 2:30. The school children will meet at their respective schools at 2 o'clock. The band will head the procession from the high school to the town school and then march back to the high school. Five minute addresses will be made by a number of citizens. Strayed. One gray horse and sue iron gray horse, got loose in Big Park recently, ! both horses are branded 7 R 7. Plsase !notify mo at Saguacho. Mrs. M. E. Colvin. A watch should be cleaned about once a year. It is the only way to get the full value of the machine. A watch may run for 10 years and then it gets out of or- der. The watch maker is consulted and finds that it is worn out. No other piece of machinery is neglected one-half so much as most people do tbeir watches. Cleaning and oiling is just as essential to them esit is to a mower or any other piece of machinery. See Denton about it. G. o. Tay'or Whisktss, good, pure, and old. WANTED--Capable, reliable person In every county to represent hlrgo coulpany of said fillan- :cial reputation. $936 s~lary par ~ear, payable weekly. $3 per day al,solutel~: sure and all cxpou- ses. s|,'~tigtlt, bOllatide, defillltO salary, no conl- lnissi,~n, sMary paid cach Saturday and expense mom, y advauced each week, ~TANDARD IIOUSE, t;34 DEA[tI~n~ ST. CHICAOO. She,'i fl"s Sale. J~y virtue of a writ n[ execubi,m issued out of the clerk's t)flice of the county court of Arapa- i.n~ c,mnty, state of (',dorado, and to me direct- e(l, whorol)y I ~tUl conlunuuled to make the solu of five htlndred seVCllly-two duliars s0venty-four ccu|s and costs nf suit,, the amount of a CCl'Lain judgment roceufly obtained against John Scher- erand Dan H. DeBord and John Scheror and Dan H. ])eBord, co-partners doing business as Scher0r & DcBurd, in favor of The Levy & Law- in hierc~utiie Company, a corporation, out of the lauds, tenements, goods an(] chattels of the ~ald John Scherer and Dan H. DeBord, individu- ally aed as co-partners, 1 have levied upon the following described real and personal property to-wit: Lot 9, block 37, amt improvements thereon; one front bar~ onu back bar and glass; cigsr case anti stand; ice chest, (all made by the Brunswick Bar tkmlp.); t we poker tables; two table stands; one dozen bar room chairs; one Klonedyko pool table and fixtures: one stove and pipe; one faro- bank table; eleven bar aprons; two bar suita; two galvanized iron buckets; two cork screws; six qt. bottles of Manitou; sixteen pint bottles of beer: ,me gasohno lunlp oeo gal. coaloil can; two gel jugs; three bar tra~s; one lot ,)f corks; one beer pump and fixtures; ten gal. keg of Cal. cheriy wine. weight 75 lbs.; ten gal. keg of grape brandy, 74 tbs.; tou gal. keg of cherry wine, 72 lbs.; ten gal. keg of blackberry wine. 94 lbs.; ten gal. keg of Bourbon whiskey, 61 lbs.; five gal. keg of port wine. 30 lbs.; ten gal. keg of gill, 80 lbs.; one barrel of wi~skey. 183 lbs.; five bottles of Neff Brae. beer; ten bottles of Laubenheimer sour wise; eighteen bottles of S. F. Mumm's champagne; nine bottlcs of gin; six bottles of cognac braudy; coo doz. bar spoons; one copper funnel; one strainer; tell bottles full and part full of cordial bitters; cue doz. bar bottles; ona huudred and ten bar glasses, mixed; nine essence bottles; two bottles of bitters; two flower races; nine spirtcrs, situated ill the town of Crest(me, Saguacho county and state of Colorado. The real estate and improvements aml saloon fxtures above described are to be sold subject to a mortgage. Also the following described property, the personalproperty of Dau tt. 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; cue bottle margux wine; two bottles of gin; eight bottles of sour mash whiskey; five bottles of Saratoga cocklailsl one-half barrel of black berry brandy, 187 lbs.1 one keg of brandy, 20 lbs.; one keg of rum, 24 lbs.; cue barrel of Stonewall sour mash whiskey, 217 lbs.; half b:trrel of cherry wine, 185 lbs.; half barrel of port wine, 93 lbs.; five barrels of Del Norto beer; one bottle of wNiskoy; seven half- pint bottles of whiskey; five pint bottles of whieo key; Lwo jars of beef tea; one jug part ftfll of whiskey; one jug of peppermint; one cork screw. Therefore according to such command I shall expose to sale at pu blic auction all the right, ti- tle ami iutere,q~ of the above named John Seher- er and Dan H. DeBord, and Scherer & DeBord, co-partners, in tim above described property, on Friday September 27, 1901 between the rising i and the setting of the sun on said day, at Sa- t guache, Coloradu. Dated at ~taguavhe, Colorado, this third day of September, t901. EUGENE WILLI AMS, Shqriffof Saguache County, Colorad o.