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The Denver Times ?~'llE LEADIN6 PAPER OF DENVER-First in Local and First In Teic|raphlc News. "Complete Market Reports. Bright- ~t, Newsiest and Cleanest--Prints ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME, m Note Subscription Rates. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES ~[N ADVANCE: Daily and Sunday, one week ................. $ .15 Daily and Sunday, one month ................. 65 Daily and Sunday, by mail, one year ......... 7.80 Daily, except Sunday. by mail. one year ..... 5.80 Sunday Tiros, by mail, one year ............. 2,00 Denver Weekly Time.Sun, one year ......... 1.00 ADDBESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS, whether cone.Prong advertisements, subssrip- tions or news, to TIiE TIMES, 1448 Curtis etreet, Denver, Colo. Remxt by express money order, drafts, postofllce order or regimtered letter. The f~ntury Rural Mall Box frcc with all subscriptions paid in advance for one year to The Daily Times. Send for sample copies. We want live agents in every town. THE DENVER TIMES Meat Prices, Until further notice we will sell the best of meats at the fol- lowing Loin Steaks 12 I-2 cents per pound. Round Steaks 10 cents per pound. Shmsld~ Steaks 8 cents per pound. Boiling Meats 7 cents per pound. The Bccklcy Pack,hi House, atope the CouKh and Works Off the Cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure s cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Prim 25 cents. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. September 14, 1901. Board met in special session puzluant to re,elation of July 10th, with the fob lowing member, present: John Welty, chairman; Frank Brown, John E. Ash- ley, J. W. Davidson, county atty.; Lee Fairbenks, clerk. The official bond of James Kenny, jus- tice of the peace in precinct No. 11, is examined and approvnd. Tha treasurer is ordered to sell and as- sign to S. Storey tax sale car. on lot 4, block 68, Bonanza for $1.50. On motion A. H. Leonard, H. Conley and James Davies are appointed judges of clecUon in and for precinct No. 23-- Maid of Honor. The county commie,loners met last Saturday in special session, the most im- portant item of business tranascted be- ing canvass for the vote for maid of honor from this county to the Denver festival of mountain and plain. But lit- tle interest was taken in tLe contest this year and Miss Blanche Garnier, of Cres- tone, was elected, having received 120 , votes. The total vote was only 181, the other 61 votes being divided up among four other young ladies, none of them, however, being candidates. Patrons of the American House speak very favorably of its new management. The table is gc~)d, the beds excellent and the attention given guests all that could be desired John Colvin and party returned last Friday from their fishing and hunting trip to Big Park. They had bad luck in Embargo. some respects. Their team got away It bein~ represented to the board that from them and they did not succeed in it would ~)e more convenient to a sum- finding them. Then they secured another I team to bring them home and one of the ber of voterl rmidinir the La on UDDer Gari~ creek to voters Carncro -recinctII horace kicked Mr Colvin in the fac% No. 4 instead of Embargo No. 23, on me- I Drulslng him up conmderably tion the north line of maid Embargo pre- ~ ...... -------~'" "~ . . .......... I ~on ~ wat~ un~n you become cnromo- oinct is changed to me mp ot ~ne nlgn I l" nsti a'e" 13 - take DeWi't's ~" ........... , a iy co p t (1 U~ t lalt- Piece ecuEn aria Wset Of ~a L~arlta creeK, " ~ " ~" " t' ~' ............. tleJ~arly ~mers now ann nen. xney 8ms sit tna territory emnracea in saia ........... wul ,reep your ilver ann ocwem zn goes precinct north and cast of said ridge or )rder. Easy to taJ~e. Safe pills. Sa- watemhed is added to Carnero precinct. In reeponoe to a petition signed by numerou, voters residing in Duncan pre- cinct No. 19, on motion it is ordered that the polling pla~e in said precinct be changed from Duncan to the town of Liberty and in the Norvcil building men- tioned in said petition. Chsa. Eberling resigns as judge of election in Sargents precinct and L. A. Hicks is appointed to fill vacancy. M. S. Dennis withdraws his name from the official bond of Chaa. Morgan, con- stable in precinct No. 3, and the clerk is ordered to return seid bond for another surety. On motion the reech, tion passed by the board in July, discontinuing Biedell preoint, is reconsidered and the said pre- cinct is reinstated with original territory and linas, los Reidmiller, R. Knowltoc, J. S. Sandarecn are appointed judges of election in and for said precinct. Board now l~rocoeds to canvass the versa out for maid of honor, when it i, shown that Mime Blanche Garnisr, of Crmtone, has received a majority of the votm east~ and she is declared duly elected as maid of honor to represent Sa- gueche county at the fsetival of moun- tain and plain to be held in Denver Oc- tober 1, 2 and 3. Bins No. 1 to 9 inclusive are allowed in fulL guache Pharmacy. THE HOME GOLD CURE. An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk urds are Being Cured Daily in Spite of Themselves. It is now generally known and under- stood that drunkenness is a disease and not weakness. A body filled with poison, and nerves completely shattered by per- iodical or constant use of intoxicating liquors requires an anhdote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison md destroying the craving for intoxi- ;ants. Sufferers may now cure themnel- re~ at home without publicity or lose of time from business by this wonderful Home Gold Cure which has been per- fected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use acc~)rding to dxrections of this won- derful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no mat- ter how hard a drinker. Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of drunkards into sober, in- dustrious and upright men. Wives cure your huebendsl Children cure your fathers] This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but m a specific for this disease only, and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly solu- ble and pleasant to the taste, so that tt can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person tak. mg it. Thousands of drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless rem- edy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the The following bills arc allowed. "Cure" administered by loving friends 1 Mike White water corn ............... $1ZZ 00 f and relatives without their knowledge in 2 joan urown road ove~seer ........... 128 00 | coffee or tea and believe today that they s John Farrington repar e h Steps .. 160 00 T w~,.~, ...... ~h,= ~.~d h,,~i~" a ,, [ dmcontlnued drinking of thetr own free .~'i~:H~n~e~'r'~a'cf'w-o~-k'~[.~.-.'~.~:~ 29 ~[will. Do not wait. Do not be deluded 6 John weity co corn ................... l0 6o i by apparent and misleading "Improve- 7 Fran~ zsrowu co com . O 10 ,, . .~ .............. ~ ............ , ~ ment. Drive out the dmease at once and 91~eFalrbankselerkb~rd~:~::i~'. ~6O for all time. The Home Gold Cure is On motion board now adjourns, sold at the extremely low price of one Leo Fairbenks, John Welty, Clerk. Chairman. Henry Braydon, Harris, N. C. says, "I took medicine 20 years for asthma but one bottle of One Minute Cough Cure did me moregocd than any thing else during that time. Beat Cough Cure." Sa- gauche Pharmao7. dollar, thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others coating $2,5 to 850. Full di- rections accompany each package. Speo. lal advice by skilled physicians when re- quested without extra charge. Sent pre- paid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar. Address Dept. E 786 Ed- ward B. Giles & Co., 2330 to 2332 Mar- ket St. Philadelphia, Pa. "All oorrespon- den0o stri0tl~' confidential. New Fattening Fad. A lady who was recently so ill of nor vous dyspepsia as to be in bed amt so thin that she gave up all hope ,)f ever getting fat secured a new doctor, who used her for an experiment iu diet. He placed her upon a strict regiment of ba- nanas, nothing else. The result was marvelous. She grew to really like them when prepared by baking and served with sugar and cream or cold in the form of delicate jelly. She also had banana fritters and biscuit made st banana flour. Dally ehe grew morei Lee Fairbanks on Tuesday morning sold to J. W. Davidson the property he recently purchased from John O'Neil. Mr. Davidson will use it for his law offices, for which the rooms are very suitable. We are taking orders for copper plato engraving. A full line of samples of latest styles may be seen at this office. Prices are the same as charged for same class of work in Denver. plump and rosy, and now she is well and Kodol expects to stay. Bananas contain starch in its most easily assimilated form. Homeopathic dctrs have 'r some YeSrs alled this' O y. S p e p S i a Cure tropical plant unwholesome, but it is only indigestible when unripe. As most bananas arrive here and are eaten in a D~gests what you eat. green state, cooking is necessary to de- ~his preparaHon cm~tains all of the velop their valuable nutritive qualities, digestanls a~d digcs,s all kinds o! food. It gives instam~ relief and never The delicious large red banana from Cuba is the most acceptable one, but now very scarce. The cheapness of this cure is one of its charms, for almost all treatment for weak nerves and poor nn- tritions is very expensive. The happy woman who tritd the fad is telling all her friends about it and assuring them that it really is great. There is a great desire this fall to hold back shipments and the tendency is pre- valent all olong the Line. The far we~t- era people have not yet forgotten the cataclysm which struck the drouth belt sixty days ago and they want the scare to rub off before venturing onto the river and Chicago markets. We have advised I friends to hold back grassers, for it is I just at this period of the grazing season, when the grass is drying for winter, that cattle get a full bite and do better than at any other time. We should not think of haunting the market prior to October and by that time the beef will be tallow-! ed out nicely and made hard by dry i grass. Beef will be needed and poor ~tuff as usual will have to stand for the aacrifice.--Field and Farm. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, of superior excellence WANTED-ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- actor to deliver and collcct in Colorado for old established manufacturing wholesale house. ~l~0 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than exper. xence required. Our referenee, any bank in any city. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope. Manufacturers, Third Floor, 334 Dearbon st. Chicago. Notice of Final Settlement. In the matter of the estate of Charles R. fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomactm can take it. By i~s use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It is unequalled for all stomach trouble~ It oan't help but do you good th.epared only by E. ~. I)E~VITT ~.~ CO., ChtcagC ~he ~1. bottle contains 2 times the 50c. size, TO CHICAGO The l~eliable toute Palace Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars. Chair Cars Free. ALL Owned and Operated by CII-ICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY'. For furthe information address J. E. PRESTON, Commercial Agent, 1029 Seventeenth St. Romer. deceased. Denver. Colorado. Notice ishereby given that on Monday the I ~0th day of 8eptemUer, A. D. 1901, being one ~t ) the regular days of the 8ep~tmber term of the I m~ county court of Saguache county, in thc state t I[1~ of Colorado, IPaulWidmayer, admhdstrator Ill[i Illinois Central R R of 8aid estate, will appear bt, toze the judge of a q said court, present n,y final settlement as such [ adlnll~istrator, pray the approval of the same [ ~ ~ ~ EFFICIENTLY and will ti~en apply to be discharged as such ~.A~ ~ [?~. administrator, At which time and place any [~%,~,~ ~ ~v~.~ ~'ZDVL"Q person In interest ,nay appear and. present oh- I /%qQ~ ~ ~'~k ....... Jections to the same, ifanytherebc. //~ ~, ~"~ A VAST Dated at 8aguache, Colorado, August 6, 1901. ' ..,~ ~ ~I~ .......... Administrator of the estate of Charles R. V"~4 *~ ~J~,,~"~'/ - - - Romcr, deceased \ \~ I~ r/ / Dy tnrougn set- \ ~. ~ ~ / vice to and from - - ! "~ ~ ~ t.he following cit- Administrator's Notice. ~ ~ ' ]Omaha, Neb. I Chicago, Ill. Estate of Jacob M. 8chuckers, deceased. , St. Paul, Minn. t St. Louis, Me. The undersigned having been appolntedad- t MJnn~,~n~ll* J Ponri~, tin ministrator of the estate of Jacob M 8chuck- .. --~--~ ..... I -- ~ ~' ' . 1 1 st Sa uache n te * Ransas CIt Mo avansv llo ind ers, ate o'the county " g a d sta ~ - Y' '1 - . ' - el Colorado, deceased, hereby gives ltoticc that ~flem p~ [$, Te rl fl I u [ rio! fl nail, O. he will appear belorc tile county court of Sa- N~ehull = T=~n { A~'?~n*~ t~.~ guaehe county at the courthouse lnSaguachc :.-.:.w.:..~, ..~ ..... I -" "2. .... ~ "?.-" _ at the Septembex term for probate business, I.OufSVllle, ay. [ dacKsoflvlilo, Pin. outhefllth Monday (being tile 30th day) of Now Orleans, La./ Vicksburg, Miss. September next. at which thne all persons hav- Ing clahns against said estate are notified and Weekly through service between Chicago requested to altend for the purpose of Ironing and between Cincinnati the same adjusted. All persons indebted ~o said estate are requested tO niake immediate AND THE PACIFIC COAST. payment to the undersigned. Dated this 2ud day of September, A. D. 1901. Win. F. BOYD, as Administrator. Have You Books or Mats- zincs to Bind. We do taw, Medical, Library, ALL KINDS OF BOOKBINDING, Books bound in every conceivable style. Old books rebound. Art and fine b~ndings. Blank book makers. Hall Williams, 144l fmrtls St, Denver, f~lo, CLARENCE HERSEY, Assayer anti hamial, [E~tablished 1879] Leadville, - Colorado. Sa~pl~ by Mail or 2x~ress g~ive Prompt Attention. WANTED--ACTIYE MAN OF GOOD (]HAll- actor to deliver and collect in Colorado for old established manufacturing wholesale house. $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than ex- perience required. Our reference, any bank in any city. Enclose self addressed stamped en- velqpe. Manufacturers, third Floor, ~4 Dearbon st. Chicago. i , , Ni;o, ELY'8 CREAM RALM le a msttivecure. Apply into the nostrils. It ls qulckly absorbed. M 0nte at Druggists or by ms il ; samples 10c. by mall. ~I,Y D~/:[~J. ~ Warren fit,, ~0w York City. Connections at these t~rmiuals for the EAST, SOUTH, WEST, NORTH, Fa~t and Handsomely Equipped Steam- Heated Trains--Dining Cars--leaflet-Lie brary Cars--Sleeping Cars--Free He- cllnlnK Chair Cars. Particulars of agents o~ the ILilnois Central and connecting lines. A. H. HANSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, CHICAGO. JAMES CULTON, Commercial Agent, 805 17th Street. Denver. PHONE 1125. Colorado Short Line. Hissouri Pacific Ryl The People's Choice, Through without change DENVER, COLORADO SPRIN6$ and PUEBLO TO KANSAS CITY and ST, LOUIS, Direct Route To The Hot Springs of Arkansas. Free Rechning Chair Cars. Elegant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers. Government Fas' Mail Route East and West. S~ - your nearest ticket agent or write % A, TRIPP, P, Act., Denver, Colo. New 6oods Arrivint all the lime. Outing Flannels. Flanndetts for Wrappers. Ginghams. Picretines Percales. Cati.os. Oil Cloth Patterns fo~ under stoves. Oil Cloth Brass Binding. Blankets. Tickings etc. The fine.st 'Iine of Axminster and Smyrna Rugs ever shown in Saguache from $1.25 up to $20.00. Lamps from 50 cents to $20.00 each. These goods arc all in now. The balance of stock will be in ibis week. The 6otthcl Tarbell Hcrcantile Co. There are three things about the Burlington's Chicago Special which commend it to the favorable attention of woman travelers. One is the siz~ of the toilet rooms in the sleeping cars-- they are nearly twice as large as the generality of such apartments. Another is the practice iu vogue on Burliugtou diniag. cars of presenting lady patrons with flowers. The third feature is that sleeping-ear porters are under instructions to ask lady passengers, within ten minutes of the train's departure from Denver, whether or not they want pillows. The Chicago Special lea#bs Denver at 4 p. m. for Oma- - ha and Chicago. St. Loum Special leaves at 2:35 p. m. Tickets at Offices of Connecting Lines. Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth St. G. W. VALLERY, General Agent, Dz~rvzm The Denver and Ri0 6rande R, R, THE POPULAR LINE TO Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Cripple Creek, Leadville, Glenwood Springs, Aspen, Grand Junction. Salt Lake City, Ogden, Butte, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles. Reaches all the principal towns and mmmg camps in Colo., Utah and New Mexico. THE TOURISTS FAVORITE ROUTE TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORTS. THROUGH SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN DENVER AND Cripple Creek Grand Junction Portland Leadville Salt Lake City 8an Francisco Glenwood Springs Ogden Los Angeles CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS. DINING C RS 8ER~ ICE A LA CARTE ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A., Denver, THE PIOltEER STABLE Villa Grove, Colo. Having Leased the old Pioneer Stable at Villa Grove (being the one used by H. Braham and successors ae a stage barn) to be used 88 a Jive[y. feed and Bale stable, I solicit a part of the public patronage, and shall etrive by strict attention to businese and with good rigs and harness to merit ithe same. L F, P, HALL, Manurer,