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Ill III ml ..... ~ .......... I " -- "lfiffllllll I II II I IIIIII B I II IIII I I I II I I Ill I I The Denver Times EHi~ Telegraphic News, ~mplcte Harkct Rcl~rts, eat, Newsiest and Cleanest--Prints ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME. ]JEA]I)ilN6 PAPER OF DENVER-First in Local and First Bright- i Note Subscription Rates. paid in advance for one year to The Dally Times. sample copies. We want live adents in every town. THE DENVER TIMES SUBSCRIPTION PRICES IN ADVANCE: Daffy and Benday, ons 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 Tim~, by mail, one year ............. 2.00 Denver Weekly Times-gun, one year ......... 1.00 ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS, whether concerning advertisements, subssrip- fiche or news, to THE TIMES, 14d8 Curtis street, Denver. Colo. Retort by ezpre~ money order, drafts, poetoflice order or rsgiatered letter. II I The ¢,cntury Rural Hall Box frcc with all subscriptions Send for The town of Edith, recognized in the The Cattle Market. postal guide as one of the municipalities -- of Colorado, will henceforth be formally There is nothing salable now in the stricken from the map of New Mexico. eastern markets but cattle fit for the L. M. Johnson, government inspector block or cold storage house and then the of surveys, has reported to the state table. There is quite a demand for good severities that Edith may beeounted one fat, tender and juicy steers and also fat of the children of the Centennial state, cow,, but beyond this one might as well ,ince he has just finished checking upI keep his stock on the range. If theother the state line enrvey which has beau in I animals are properly taken care of dur- dispute ever since the purchase of a per- ing the wiuter they will bring good tion of the Southern Ute reservation prices in the future. There is not the three year, ago by the state.--News. ' slightest use in trying to market them ' now when drouth in the east has thrown In hie memorial addre~ "at Hooper so many thousand cattle on the market Judge Holbrook strongly discouraged where unless they are fit fur beef they sentiments frequently uttered by good are hardly worth driving away. This has citizens, and even preachers in the pul- been a good grass year all over Colorado pit, in favor of exterminatiug anarchy by andthe wise man is the fellow who has mob violence. He said such lawless reserved a nice patch el winter range and action would be along step toward an- who has put up enough hay to pull array. He favors a federal law making everything through.--Field and Farm. a murderous attack upon the president high tree, n, punishable with death, and Will Try Cotswold Sheep. law, by all the etat~ and territories of ~- the union making it a crime, punishable For a few years past the sheep belong- by a long term in the penitentiary, for ing to the Sevier county sheepman in anyone to be a member of an anarchist Utah have been gradually decreasing in organization, or to participate in an an- weight and in the length of the wool pro- Republican Convention. A c~mveutiou of the Republican party of Saguache county is bereby called to meet in the court house at Saguache on Monday, the 14th day of October, A. D. 1901, at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purposeof nominating a county ticket, to be voted for at the coming election, as follows: Cue County Judge. One County Commissioner. One County Treasurer. One County Clerk. One Sheriff. One Assessor. One Superintendent of Schools. One Surveyor. One Coroner. The various precincts of the county will be entitled to representation as fol- lows: 1 Villa Grove .................................... 4 2 Cotton Creek .................................... S S Creetone ....................................... 5 4 Carnero ....................................... S 5 Lowdr Saguache ............................... 1 6 8aguache ...................................... 7 7 Sargents ....................................... 1 8 Upper Saguache .............................. 1 9 ( k,chetopa ..................................... 1 10 Biedeli ......................................... 1 11 Bonanza ....................................... 2 12 Alder ........................................... 1 18 Parkvflle ...................................... 1 I4 Russell Springs ................................ 2 15 Hauman ........................................ 2 16 Mcgee .............................. " ..........2 17 Elkhorn ....................................... 1 18 Yeteran ........................................ 4 19 Duncan ........................................ 1 20 Umon Hxll ................................... 1 21 Lawrence ..................................... 4 22 (;enter ......................................... 8 $3 Embargo ....................................... 1 It is recommended that the primaries in the variou, precincts be held on Sat- urday, October 12, 1901. O. D. Bryan, W.A. Johnson. Secretary. Chairman. Democratic County ~;onvemton. The democratic party of Saguacbe cuunty, Colorado, ia hereby called to meet in convention at Saguache on Oc- tober 12, 1901 at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpcee of nominating county officers to be elected at the election to be held No. vember 5th, 1901, as follows: One County Judge. One County Commissioner. One County Clerk. One Treasurer. One Assessor. One Sheriff. One Coroner. One Surveyor. One Superintendent of Schools. And to transact such other business as may come before it. The various precincts will be entitled to representation as follows: 1 Villa Grove ............ • ........................ 2 2 Cotton Creek ................................. 2 8 Crestnne ....................................... 5 "I had long suffered from indigestion," writes G. A. LeDeis, Cedar City, Me. "Like others 1 tried many preparations but never found anythin~ that did me good until I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, One bottle cured me. A friend who had suffered similarily I put on the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining fast and will soon be able to work. Be- for~ he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indi- gestion had made him a total wreck. Sa- guache Pharmacy. TO CHICAGO The Reliable Route Palace Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars. Chair Cars Free, ALL Owned and Operated by CIHCAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furthe information address d. E. PRESTON, Commercial Agent, 1029 Seventeenth St. Denver, Colorado. The Illinois sntral R R ~EFFICIENTEY SERVES A VAST TERRITORY by through ser- vice to and from t he following cit- ies: Omaha, Neb t St. Paul, Minn. J Minneapolis. J Kansas City, Mo./ Memphis, T~ nn. Nashvll e, Tenn. t Louisville, Ky. [ New Orleans, La./ Chicago, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Peoria, III Evansville. Ind Cincinnati, O. Atlanta, Ca. Jacksonville, Fia Vicksburg, Miss. Weekly through service between Chicago and between Cincinnati archist mooting. The Judge further duced. Formerly 2 yeas old wethere 4Carnero ........................................ 2 were shipped out of that countryaversg- 5 Lower~guache .............................. 1 A~J~ ~i1[~ DA~I~IP_ PflA~T said that anarchy should be,wept from . 1 s~guacne ...................................... ~ nile /HL IMUI/iU UIJflU/* lug from 05 to 110 pounds, but for the 7 Sargents .............................. 1 ..... the United States by lawful mean, and 1 he " v ~ 8 Upper Saguache 1 i Connections at these v~ermiuais for ~ne asttwo years t y nave not a eragea . • .............................. iSA 9 Cochetopa ..................................... 1 not attempted by another form of law- more than from 95 to 100 pounds. This ~0Biedell ........................................ iUT u~ilw~ w~ l~ne~, which itself, tends to anarchy. • .......... it Bonanza ...................................... 2 [ u ! uvull/~ l! ~UII llVXt Xl, He thinks Cbristain ministers should xs Delleve(l by some to De causes oy tne 12Alder ......................................... 1 " " " preach Christianity instead of lynch law. inbreeding entirely with one class of ~ Parke~l~prin~'~'.:::::::i]]:::::::::'•::~::::::::~ Fa*t and Han(l~0nlely- Eq0;pped Steam' I sheen, the Merino stock While the 15 Hauman ....................................... 1 ] li[euted Trains--Ditlit,g Cars--l$ufl'etoLI- --AlamceaJournal.~ Jfleece'ofthis breed is quite heavy and ~7~kff~trn:'.'•::',::',:'.':".:::'.:::::'.:',::'.:.::::::"~{ brary Cars--Sleeping Cars--Free Re- . . . I 18 Vetera~l I ' cllnlng Chair Cars. Equalization Notice. very nne, It carrms more tort than any l19 Duncan ........................................ 1 I other fleece and is not so long as other 2o Unzon Hill 1 Part~ r of n n~ h lh z • ~ ]21Lawrence .................................... 11 "cula s age t~s t o 1 'no's Central In accordance with section 216, chap- fleeces. The Merino seems not to be a [~2 Centerview::::::':::::,'::::::::::::~::::::::::8 and eonnecting lines. t 23 Embargo 1 ter 94, session laws of the state of Cole- first class mutton sheep, re try and rem- [To~ ...................................... d7 ed- these defects some of these breeders _ " ................ ~ "2"i ..................... A.H. HANSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, CHICAGO. redo, 1901, I, Lee Fairbanks, county y It is recommeaaed that the primaries . ................. clerk in and for the county of Saguacbe will introduce Cotswold blood into their be held on October 5th at 2 o'clock p. m. ,~Alu~ ~u~r~£~, ~ommercza~ agent, and state of Colorado, do hereby give no- flocks• The Cotswold is a standard long except in Saguache, Villa Grove, Bones- 805 17th Street, Denver. PHONE 1125. tics that the board of county commas- wool and mutton sheep and by breeding za and Moffat where they should be held sioners of Saguache county, Colorado, organized and sitting a, a board of equal- ization for~id county, will hold two rq~ulsr meetinp in the year 1901, at the office of the county clerk at the court hou~ in maid county, as follows, to-wit: Commencing on Tuesday, the 1st day of October, being the first Tuesday in October, A. D. 1901, and continuing not lm than throe nor more than ten con- gestive days. And on Tumday the 15th day of October, being the third Tumday in October, A. D. 1901, and continuing not 1~ than two nor more than ten con- ~cutive days. It is provided in sac. 215, chapter 94, se~ion laws of 1901, as fol- lows: ,*The county commissioners of each county shall constitute a board of equal- ization for the adjustment and equaliza- tion of the assessment among the several taxpayers of their respective counties." '~he board shall notify the aase,sor to supply any omissions in the assessment roll which may come to their notice. In case any material chang~ are made or directed by ~id board, in the assessment of any person or persons, at ,aid first meeting, the county clerk shall as soon may be after the close of said meet- Ing, mail to each of such persons, pre- paying the postage thereon, a notice of such change." * " * * * "The board ,hall, at its second meet- in~r, sitto hear complaints, only from those diuati~fled with said changes, and to adjust the ammmment so as to equal- ize the same among the several taxpay- ers of the county." In t~timo~y whereof I do hereunto sign my name ana affix the seal of said county, at my office in the town of Sa- guache, this llth day of September, A. D. 1901. Lee Fairbenks, County Clerk. Kodol Dyspepsia Care is not a mere stimulant to tired nature. It afford, the stomach complete and absolute rest b7 digesting the food you eat. You don't have to diet but can enjoy all the good food you want. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that distressed feeling aft~r eating, giving you new life and vig- or. Saguache Pharmacy. You can still get your job work done at the old stand. We have probably the b~t job printing outfit in the San Luis valley and we will continue to do all olmm of work noatl7 and promptly, them with the l~erino stock they believe they can secure better mutton sheep and longer and cleaner wool, at the same time retaining much of the fine texture of the Merino staple.--Field and Farm. THE HOME GOLD CURE. An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk aids are Being Cured Daily in Spite of Themselves. It k now generally known and under- gtcod 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 antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroying the craving for intoxi- cants. Sufferers may now cure themsel- ves at home w~thout publicit£ or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Gold Cure whieh has been per- fected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates. The truthful use according to d~rections of thin won- derful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no mat. ter how hard a drinker. Our records show the marvelou, transformation of thousands of drunkards into sober, in- dustrious and upright men. Wives cure your husbandsl Children cure your fatbersl ~his remedy i, m no sense a nostrum but m a spemfic for this disease only, and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly solu- ble and pleasant to the taste, so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee wzthout the knowledge of the person tak- ing it. Thousand, of drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless rem- edy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the "Cure" administered by loving friends and relattves without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that they dmcontinued drinking of their own free will. Do not wait. Do not be deluded by apparent and misleadmg "improve- ment." Drive out the disease atones and for all time. The Home Gold Cure m sold at the extremely low price of one dollar, thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others costing $~ to $50. Full di- rections accompany each package. Spar- tel advice by skilled physicians when re- quested without extra charge. Sent pre- paid to any part of the world on rec~Jpt of one dollar. Address Dept. E 786 Ed- ward B. Giles & Co., 2330 to 2332 Mar- ket St. Philadelphia, Pa. All correspon- dence stricth, confidential. Mothers everywhere praise One Min- ute Cougb,~ure for the suffering it has relieved and the lives of ~heir little ones it has saved. Strike at the root of the trouble and draw out the inflammation. The children's favorite cough cure. Sa. guaoho Pharma0y. at 7 o'clock p. m. No proxy will be allowed in conven- tion except it be used by a legal voter of the precinct to be represented. J. W. Davideon, Frank Brown, Secretary. Chairman. People's Party Convention: A convention of the People's Party of Saguachecounty will assemble at the ~urt house at Sagueche Saturday, Oct. 12 at I o'clock p. m. For the purpose of nominating the following county offices: One County Clerk. One County Treasurer. One Sheriff. One Assessor. Su perintenden t of Snhool,. One Commissioner. One County Judge. One County Surveyor. One County Coroner. And for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the con vention. The various precincts are entitled to! the following representation being one l delegate for every 40 votes or major fractmn thereof east for Orman for gov- ernor. 1 Villa Grove .................................... iCotton Creek .................................. 2 Crestone ....................................... 5 4 Carnero ........................................ 2 Lower Saguache ............................... 1 Saguache ...................................... 8 7 ~argent~ ....................................... I 8 Upper ~uaohe ............................... 1 9 Cochetopa ................................ ~ ..... 1 10 Biedell ........................................ 1 11 Bonanza ........... , .......................... 1 12 Aider ......................................... 2 13 Parkvills ...................................... I 14 Rus~ll Springs ................................ 1 15 Hauman ....................................... 1 16 Moffat ......................................... 1 17 Elkhorn ...................................... 2 18 Veteran ........................................ 1 19 Duncan ....................................... 1 20 Union Bill .................................... 1 ~1 Lawrence ...................................... 1 22 Canter ........................................ 3 23 Embargo ....................................... 1 It is recommended that the primaries be held in the various precincts ou Thursday October 10 at ~ o'clock p. m. except in Bonanza, Villa Grove, Crew- tone, Saguache, Moffat and Center, in which precincts 7:30 is recommended as the time. A full delegation should be sent from each precinct as business of importance will come up. John I. Palmer, Then. Lyons, Secy. Chairman. Pat O'Fallon was at the yards with a car of cows from Parian--Denver Stock- man. @. O, ffayb~r Wlt~k~es~ ar* ~feMedly ~n, ColOrado Short Line. lliss0uri Pacific Ry] The People's Choice, Through without change DENVER, COLORADO SPRIN6$ and PUEBLO TO KANSAS CITY and ST. LOUIS. Direct Rou~e To The Hot Springs of Arkansas. Free Rechning Chair Cars. Elegant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers• Government Fan~ Mail Route East and West• See your nearest ticket agent or write C. A, TRIPP, G. W. F. & P. A~t., Denver. Colo. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. ~his preparat.i(m contains all of the digestants a.d digests all kinds O| food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The mos~ sensitive stomachs can take it. By itsuse many .thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed, It is unequalled for all stomach troubles. It oan't help but do you good ~epared only by E. Q. I)EXVITT & CO., Ohicag~ ~be ~t. bottle contains ~4 t~mea the 50c. New 600ds Arrivint all the Time, Outing Flannels. Flannelttts for Wrapl~rs. Ginghams. Picrttlnes Percales. Calicos. Oil Cloth Patterns for under stoves. Oil Cloth Brass Binding. Blank~ Ticklngs etc. The finest llne" of Axminster and Smyrna Rugs ever shown in Saguathe from $1.25 up to $20.00. Lamps from 50 tents to $20.00 each. These goods ate all in now. The balance of stock will be in ibis week. The Gotthci 8 Tarbell Hercantilc Co. The Ladle, s' Favorite, There are three thing, abnut the Burlingt~n's Chicago Special which commend it to the favorable attention of woman travelers. One ia the siz~ of the toilet rooms in tbe sleeping cars-- they are nearly twice a, large as the generality of such apart ments. Another is the practice iu vogue on Burlington dining. cars of presenting lady patrons with flowers. The third feature is that sleeping-car 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 Chica~o Special leaves Denver at ~ p. m. for Oma. ha and Chicago. St. Loum Special leaves at 2:35 p. m. Tickets at Oflicee of Comlectin~ Lines. Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth St. G. W. VAI~ERY, General Agent, DENVER." i , • ,, ,,, ,,, ,i . i i ii ii i , ,,, , ,, ,, The Denver and Rio 6rande R, R, THE POPULAI LIN 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 mlmng camps in Colo., Utah and New Mexico. THE TOURISTS F AVORITE ROUTE TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORTS. THROUGH SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN DENVER AND Cripple Creek Grand Junction Portland Leadville Salt Lake City ~an Frar, eisco Glenwood Springs Ogden Los Angeles CHIt~AGO AND ST. LOUIS. DINING CARS SERVICE A LA CART]'~ ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A., Denver, THE PIONEER STABLE Villa Grove, Colo. Having leased the old Pioneer Stable at Villa Grove (being the one used by H. Braham and successors as a stage barn) to be used as a livery, feed and sale stable, I molicit a part uf the public patronage, and shall strive by strict attention to business and with good rib, s and harness to merit the same. F, P, HALL, Manater,