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II I SAGUACHE CRESCENT (F_atablished 1880) Published everY/ Thursday by. THE CRESCENT PRINTING COMPANY At Saguache, the County Seat of Sa- guaohe County, in the famous San Luis Valley of Colorado. LEE FAIRBANKS, Editor. U. G. ROCKWELL, Assistant. Subscription Rst~ $2.00 per annum. Advl~rtiaing ratam made known on application. all Communications to THE CRESCENT, Saguache, Colo. OCTOBER iV, 190i. REPUBLICAN TICKET. County Clerk JOHN W. COOK. County Treasurer. SAMUEL JEWELL. Countu Sheriff. EUGENE WILLIAMS. County Assessor. T. M. ALEXANDER. CO. Commissioner. JOHN SMITH. County Judge. OSCAR D. BRYAN. Co. Superintendent W. E. GARDNER. County Surveyor. J. M. CUENIN. County Coroner. O. P. SHIPPEY. A Winning Ticket. At the head of this column will be found the ticket that we will support and that we expect to see elected. While we have nothing to say against the can- didat~ on the opposition ticket, either collectively or individually, still we are very glad to support the republican tick- ,t, and more mpecially so when made up of so good a set of candidates as this one iL We firmly believe that the candi- dat~ on the republican ticket without axoeption, outolm those on the fusion ticket in ability and in their knowledge of the dutim of the cruces for which they are nominated. Several of them have already been tried for one term--none of them longer--and no one can say but what they have been found all right in every particular. The new candidates on the ticket are especially well fitted to perform with honor and ability the duties of the offices to which they aspire. If the ticket receives the votes that it de- ecrvm, it will be elected by a hands)me majority. Iam Fairbanka has assumed control of the Saguaohe CRESCFmT, and judging from its first appearance will make a hummer. Success to it.--Crestone Miner. Lee Fairbauks, a former Cantouian has purchased the Saguache CRESCENT, a weekly lmwspaper published at Saguache, Colorado. U.G. Rockwell, another Can- tou boy, ia samiatant editor. We wish them auocama.--Canton, Pa., World. Lee Fairbanks, county clerk at Sa- guache, Colo., has purchased the Cres- cent newspaper of that city. U. G. Rockwell ia his aasistaut. Both are grad. "uat~ of the Sentinel office and well skilled in the art. We wish them suc- ema.---(Seutinel) Canton, P& Under the new management, the Sa- raaoheOrmoent come out last week with a uew "make-up" and chuck full of live reading matter. Editor Fairbanks and his uaitant are both old hands at the work and will without doubt make a suc- rams of the bueiness.--Hooper Press. A copy of the Saguac---he (Colorado)" CR~cz~rr came to the Leader office Monday. The assistant editor is U. G. Rockwell, who formerly lived in Milan, Mich. Grant will have charge of thead- vertieing, jobbing and subscription de- partment. We wish him suosmm in hie new businems relation.--Leader, Mi- lan, Mich. Mr. Lec Fairbanks, who has many ftienc~ in this city, has purchased the Baguaohe CRgsczNT, and will personally conduct the paper from now on. Mr. Fairbanks is at present county clerk of Sagulmhe county. The CRESCENT, which has always been an enterprimng paper of very neat appearanos, will be conducted in an able manner by Mr. Fairbanks, who htm had experience in newspaper work l~ore. The politics of the paper will be Republican, and ~Ir. Fairhanke will ad- vocate Republican doctrines for county, state and nation.--0olorado Springs Ga- raDtte. ," Proposed New Railroad. It ia ~aid that Then. F. Welsh, owner of the Camp Bird ned other minm at Ouray, will build his proposed road, The San Juan, Gannison & Pueblo railroad, union the D.& l~ G. will make him a |atilfactory rate on his ore to the stool- term The uew railroad planned by Mr. Waleh will extend from Ouray to Gunni- ion and then to Pueblo, and will cross the range over Oochetopa pass. It will be sgaudard guage and will open a pract- ically new country including several tboulmnd acres of coal in the Gunnison valley, Mr. Walsh has the money to builds read'if he decides so to do, and we are rather in hopes that he will, as Ssguacbe is on the direct line of any road from Pueblo or Gunnison over the Coohatopa pro. TIIE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES. O. D. BRYAN, The candidate for county judge, is well known by the people of the county, hav- ing occupied the county court bench for the lmat three years. He ia well versed in the law, being a regular practicing at- torney, and his decisions have always been fair and just, and without exception have been affirmed by the higher courts when taken before them. JOHN W. COOK, The candidate for county clerk, is not so well known to the people of the county, but he will make a personal canvas, and he is sure to make friends wherever he COns. Mr. Cook has been a resident of Crestone for the past two years, is a mar- ried man, and has a nice little home of his own. tie came to Denver in 1873 from the East, and has spent most of his time since mining in different parts of of the state. He is a graduate of a com- mercial college, a good clerical and busi- ness man, and well qualified to perform the duties of the office. SAMUEL JEWELI~ The candidate for treasurer, is too well known to the people of Saguache county to need an extended introduction. He i has been a resident of the county for 20 years, and is well and favorably known i by nearly every man, woman and child. He is a good business man, as is evi- denced by his dealings and accumula- tions of a very considerable property. Mr. Jewell has filled the office for the past two years, ably, honestly and cour- tecusly to all taxpayers. EUGENE WILLIAMS, The candidate for sheriff, is a boy who has grown up in Saguache, and Gone probably has as many friends as any man in the county. He has proved himself a model officer during the past two years, fearless, honest and of good judgment, and he will surely be re-elected. T. M. ALEXANDEE, The candidate for assessor, is better and more favorably Rnown now than when he was elected two years ago. Even his political opponents admit that he has been the best assessor Saguache county hah had for many years. Although the duties of the office have been multiplied and made harder under the new revenue law, and their performance not calculated to make friends among the taxpayers, still he has performed them fearlessly and without favor, and for ec doing he will be allowed to assess the county for another two years. W. E. GARDNER, The candidate for school superintendent, is another candidate who is new in Sa. guache county politics, and not an old resident of the county. Mr. Gardner came to Colorado from Illinois in 1896, since which time he has taught school about four years in Chaffee and Saguache counties. He is a young man, married, and has been a resident of Bonanza for the past three years. Mr Gardner is a graduate of the Western Normal College, of Bushnell, Illinois, and holds a first- grade certificate in Illinois and Colora- do. He is well qualified for the position. JOHN SMITH, Candidate for'commissioner in district No. 2. is a well known ranchman and stock raiser who has resided in the Car- nero section for the past 15 years. Through his ability, energy and sound business methods, he has accumulated much property in land and stock, and he m a man who san be trusted to look after the interests of the county. DR. O. P. SHIPPEY, Candidate for coroner, is a succeuful practicing physician who has resided at Villa Grove for several years, and he is well and favorably known by all the peo- ple in the central and northern part of the county. He has filled the office sat- isfactorily for the past two years, and he will be elected for another term, J. M. CUENIN, Candidate for county surveyor, is an old resident of the Cochetopa country, bat is now residing on a ranch in the Russell Springs section, Joe is a good surveyor and is well known as a hard and oleos worker. He has been county surveyor of Gunnieon county and he will fill the same posi tion in this county. The Sagnache Library. Through the generosity and interest of Dacro Duns we are pleased to report the addition of the following very valua- ble books: Life of Then. Carlyle 2 col ................ Fronde Life & Work of Earl Shaftesbury 8 col ..... Zebulon Pyke's Exvloration ............... Pioneering in tbe ~a~ Juan ................. Life and Letters of Bayard Taylor 2 col .... House Boat on the Styx ..................... Pursuit of House Boat ...................... total number of books drawn nut |act week, (reference books not included) 28. Next week we expect to recetve about 100 col more recent. lypurchased from the publishers. Watch for the list in next weeks paper. Anna Ham, Librarian. Public Schools. The girls of the grammar room have taken quite an interest in the decoration of the wall of our room. Sadie Alexan- der, Georgia Wilson, Muriel Howard and Katie Crouch have each framed a pict- ure and placed it upon the wall. The boy's foot ball has exploded. But they hope soon to procure another. We hold special opening exercises every Wednesday morning, to which ~e invite friends and parents of the achcol. The primary and intermediate depart. nests hold their exercises together in the intermediate rbom, while the gram- mar department hold exercises in the grammar room. COURT HOUSE NEWS. Commissioners Proceedings. October 9. The board now proceeds to change and increase assessments for 1901 as fol- lows. J.J. Navins from $I to $2 per acre on 160 acres. N. Ward, $71.50 on land. M. Jordau from $8 to $9 per acre on 134 acres. Catherine Jordan from $8 to $9 on 80 acres. Gee. Hazard from $8 to $9 on 164 acres. Isaac Gotthelf from $6.25 to $7 per acre on 629 acres and from $5.65 to $8 on 640 acres. Curtis Bros. in- creased $'260 on land. N. Russell Jr. from $8 to $9 on 80 across. Russell heirs from $8 to $9 on 160 acres. John Proffitt increased $42 on land. Mrs. J, B. Mar old from $5.75 to $7 on 160 acres. Carl Marold from $650 to $9 on 93 acres. Mrs. E. M. Curtis from $8 to $9 on 160 acres. From $5.25 to 86 on 80 acres and from $4.25 to $7 on 120 acres. W. L. Perry from $5 25 to $7 on 160 acres. Gotthelf & Mayer increased $400 on land in N ~ see 10.41-7. J. D. Sullivan from $5.30 to $7 on 154 aorss. Joe White from $5.25 to $6 on 160 acres. Theresa Rominger from $4.25 to $7 on 200 acres and reduced from $4,25 to $I on 40 acres. John Rominger from $4.50 to $5 on 200 acres. Lawrence & Garoia from $5.50 to $7 on 1~) acres. Woodard Bros. increased $G73 on land in soon. 18 and 19.44-8. W. T. Ashley reduced from $7 to $5 on 120 acres in N ~ N ~ sec 10.44-8. Mat Laughlin increased from $4 to $5 on 160 acres. Frank Brown reduced from $7 to $5 on 160 acres. R.M. Edwards increased $306 on land. October 10. Warren Joy increased from ~7.50 to $9 on 160 acres of land. J. M. Pitzer in- creased from $5 to $7 on 160 acres. Philip Stahl increased from $3.75 to $7 on 160 acres. Joseph Stahl increased from $3 to $4.50 on 320 acres. Fritz Rominger increased from $1.75 to $3.50 on 420 acres. Frank Rominger increased from $2 to $450 on 320 acres. C.E. Wal- lace is reduced $200 on horses. Mary E. Wells increased from $6 to $8 on 160 reran. Isaac Roberts est. reduced from $7 to $5 on 160 acres. Stow Bros. reduc- ed from $4.50 to $4 on 160 acres. Alice O. Meiater reduced $1 per acre on 40 acres. Carl Nehls reduced $88 on land. Means Bros. & Ashley reduced to $4 per acre on all land above that valua- tion. W.P. Tuttle reduced from $6 to $3 on 160 acres, from $6.75 to $5 on 160 acres and from $7.50 to $6 on 160 acres. H. C. Lockett reduced from $6 to $4 on 320 acres. V.E. Lockett reduced from $6.50 to $4 on 160 acres. Grant Gardner reduced from $4.50 to $4 on 160 acres and from $6 to $4 on 160 acres. J.W. Wallace reduced frem $4.75 to $3.50 on 160 acres and $6 to $5 on 160 acres. G. A. Mills reduced from $6 to $5 on 160 acres and from $4.50 to $350 on 160 acres. J. W. Wills reduced in the same amount on same amount of land. W. A. Lock- ett reduced from $4.50 to 8~ on 160 acres, i Thee. C. Clark reduced from $6.25 to i $4 on 160 acras. Frank Travis reduced! 50o an acre on 480 acres. Jam Lockett and R. EI. Buekley reduced from $3 to $2 each on 160 acres. Munro Tomson reduced from $4.50 to $3 on 160 acres. Max Pe~erl est. reduosd from $1 to 50c on 120 acrss. W.J. Ceasar reduced from $2.25 to $2 on 280 acres. Kate L. Briley reduced from $4 to $3 on 80 acres. Board now takes up bills and accounts agaiost the county and disposes of them as per list of bills following, from 1 to 33 inclusive: No. 5, for water com. dist. No. 25, al- lowed at one-half, as the other half should be paid by Costilla county No. 7 Name What For Amount J. A. Wood making coffin ............... 100 Earl Richardson " " ................. 100 J. M. Lawrence J P ...................... 540 Chas Morgan con ......................... 220 M. M. Brokaw J P wit ................... 2 15 Out West Ptg. Co eta ...................... 15 00 J. M. Pitzer water corn $395 al at ........ 19750 T. M. Alexander assessor & ex ......... 429 90 Center Dispatch $1.40 .............. disal Harry Wheeler road work ................ 3000 Ab Ashley .... 150 R. Z. Adams dep. dist att~-'$iS'ai at' ".'.'.'.' 10 00 C. Garritson wit .......................... 5 95 E. E. Doyle water corn $2t0 al at ........ 105 00 B. P. Stubbs rent pauper ................ 12 00 Abstract co use of books ............... 15 00 G. C. t4tainer mdse Dr. Rogan $20.75dis F. J. Kiener mdse .... $75 disal .... Wes Staley supt ]rri. $82 al at ............ 81 00 Wen Staley expenses $1826 ...... disal .... A. Pbei erdepwataroom ............ State Iud School care Daisy Fellows .... John Mahoney road work ................ 10 ,~0 R. Cooper road overseer ................. ]2400 [ I John C]ine road overseer ................ 12075 [ ] S. Jewell county trsas ................... 42500 I S. Jewell county tress ex ............... 1960 S. Jewell court costs ..................... 000 [ J. B. Morgan dept mme~or .............. 69 I Carl Williams juror ...................... 2 J W. Davidson co atty & ex ............. 100 .f.J. Navin$ road overseer ............... 198751 Pete Johnson road work ................. 28~50 I Chas Tafoya road work ............ ......28 Wm. McDonald road work ............... 20 M. Wblte water eom ..................... 15500 F. M. Swanson water corn ................ 79 S. D. Plunkett dep water com ........... 0 F. W. Case dep water corn ............... 32 9O John Kramer dep water ecru ............ 86 A. F, Reeves water eupt $~.60 ...... ul at 85 CTuy Jewell juror ......................... 250011 Birt Clare juror .......................... 2 R. ,% Morrison juror ..................... 2 '~0 II T. H. Mahoney Juror ..................... 250I' M. S. Denton juror ....................... J. B. Gelwiek lumber .... Ernest Nelson lumber .................. F ugene Williams sheriff ................ Eugene Williams jailor ................ Eugene Williams jail ex ................ Mrs. Eugene Williams board pris ........ Lawrence & Williams road sup .......... Out West Prg Co sup .................... i,ee Fairbanks co work & ex ............. G. & T. Co. mdee pauper ................. O. D. Bryan printing ..................... 78 O. D. Bryan co judge ..................... 14 3. C. Creger juror ........................ 2 Mack & Gray lumber .................... 8 Lee Fairbanks clerk diet court .......... 92 J. E. Mitchell dep water corn ............ 150 J. W Davidson ex county arty ........... 50 .L W, Davideon stove court house ....... 8 C. Torres sheep insv ..................... 70 Argo Taylor water corn .................. 400 I~eo Neidhardt dep water corn .......... ;. 82 Jennie Guiher rent Dr. Rogan $18..diem John Johns blacksmithing ............... W. A. Kaebnline mdse pauper ........... 75 Lyn Cole road work ...................... 35 T. M. Alexander ex court house ......... 8 Mrs. N. Curtis board pauper ............. 25 Birt Clare J. P. $12.00 al at .............. 12 Felee Chaves j p witness ................. B Torres j p witness ..................... 4 Topilla Tortes J p witness ............... Mrs. J. Rich j p Witness ................. 4 J. E. D'Avignon j p witness .............. 4 L. H. Davies j p witness ................. 4 (~has Tofoya J p witness .................. 4 Birt Clare j p $12.35 al at ................. 11 J. H. Hatchmson i P witness .......... 15 H. C Jones J p witness ................. 15 Gee Bennett J p witness ................. 5 Fred Rominger J p witness .............. 4 C. B. Snider jp witness .................. 4 Herman Frey Jp witness ................. 7 Birt Clare ~ p $230 .................. disal Birt ('lure ~ p $2.50 ................. diaal A. E. Wilcox dept sheriff $55.90....dieal B~rt Clare j n ............................ 2 G. W. Beckley mdee pauper ............ 79 H. S. Gould blackam~thing .............. 4 E. D Kellogg dept water corn ........... 21 M. D. Gould blacksmithing ............. G. & T. Co mdse pauper ................. 8 owned by him during the past 8 years is considered and refused. The monthly reports of clerk, treasur- er and sheriff for July, August and Sept. are examined and approved. On motion it is ordered that the road overseer be instructed to post notices on the line of proposed road running north and south through the center of twp. 42, range 9' and one mile west of the center of twp. 43, range 8, that the said road will be opened in 30 days. l'he treasurer is ordered to sell and as- sign to A. P. Staples tax sale certificate on lots I to 12 inc. in block 46, Bonanza, for $1 each. John Farrington presents a proposi- tion to build atone steps on the south aide of the court house, according to specifications, for the aura of $85. Ou motion he is awarded the contract. On motion the board now adjourns to meet again next Tuesday. Fmrbanka, Clerk. John Welty, Oha[rman. B~L~s AL~OW~.V. Name What For Amount O. P. Shippelr coroner ...................$ 8450 John Smith digging grave ............... 150 H.E. etouton .... . ................. 150 Dennis McCarty" " .................. 1 50 st . Frank Barroas.,., ................ 1 50 Stoves Far Sale. Two good second band beating stoves, with pipe and zincs, call at this office, or at California barn. LE'fiAL NOTICES. Notice of Application to Lease State Lands. Office of the State Board of Land Commissioners. Denver, Colo. Sept. 80, 1901 Notleeisherebyglven thai Munro Bros., whose postofltee address is Saguaehe, Colo., on Sept. 17, 1901, made application No. 1729 to the state board of land commissioners to lease the following described school lands, situate in Saguacbe county, Colo., to-wit; NW ~ NW ~ seo. 10, twp. 45, N. R. 8 E. No other applications to lease the above 0e- scribed premises or objections against the above application will 0e considered ariel" tho last publication hereof. Date of last publication Oct, 24, 1901. John T. Joyce, Register State Board Land Commissioners. Notice of Application to Lease State Lands. Office of the State Board Land Commissioner. Denver, Colo., Sept. 30,' 1901. Notice is hereby given that A. W. Dallnran, whose postoffiee address is Center, Cole, on Sept. 10, 1001, made application No. 1705 to tbe slate board of land contains criers to lease tbe following described Int. Imp. lands, situate in Saguaehe county, Colo., to-wit: N W ~.~ sec. 6, twp. 4L N. R. 8 E. No other applications to lease the above de- scribed premises or obJectlohs against the above applleatlou will bo considered after tbe last publication hereof. Date of last publication Oct. 24, 1901. John T. Jayce, Register State Board Land Commissioners. A COLD ROOM Would be a thing of the past if you would use the WILSON HEATERS. ALL SIZES IN STOCK. A NECESSARY ADJUNCT TO h WARM ROOM 18 FURNITURE. MORE THAN h CAR LOAD JUST RECEIVED. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. SAM :AST, MOFFAT, COLORADO. 2 50 . "73 10 2530 729~157510 ~.~i~.~.~'.~:~.~:~:~:~:~.~.~:~.~.~:~:~:~~~~~~% | New floods Arrivin Daily | 122 Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Capes Latest Styles, Lowest Prices. CLOTHINC Men's and Boys Suits that are made to Fit, in Stylish M~xed and Plain Goods of all Grades. Underwear For All and in all Grades, gives a iittle idea of our supply. Dress 6oods In every Shade, Weave and Texture of the Seasons Output, at Prices that none can compete with. SHOES That Wear and ma~ on Lasts that Fit the Feet, in sizes to Fit the Little Tot to the Largest Person, gives but a vague idea of this Department. GROCERIES We have just received n0arly a Car I_mad of Groceries and Canned Goods and san supply with Fruits in their Season. The Beckley Packint House. Furniture. i baDe lust received a new lot of furniture. Be@ steads, tables, center and extension, chairs, mattre.um, etc. Do not send away urnlture before yon see my fine, Am still sellint hardware at bedrock prices. ELL HOWARD at the old Fu11rton staa& I I THROUGH SLEEPING GARS II DINING CARS and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles, relieve the ba0k, and build up the whole syst0m0 Hood's Sarsaparilla Are symptoms of a weak, torpid or stagnant condition of the kidneys or liver, and are a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect, so important is a healthy action of these organs. They are commonly attended by loss of energy, lack of courage, and some- times by gloomy foreboding and de. spondency. "I had pains in my bactL could not sleep and when I got up tn ths morning felt worse than the night before, I besan tak- ing Hood's Sarsaparilla and now I can sleep and get up feeling rested and able to do my work. Inttribute my cure entirely )~ to Hood S Sarsaparilla, Mas, J. N, P1~RgY, care H. S. Copeland, Pike Road, Ale0 Pains in the Back JAn. H. BAXTER, Register. First pub Ang. 2"2, last Oct 24. 8ERV/OE A LA OARTE ON ALL THItOUOH TRAIN8 CRIPPLE CREEK SALT LAKE CITY LEA DVI LLEOGDEN GLENWOOD SPRINGS PORTLAND GRAND JUNCTION SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES Chicago, St, Louis and San Francisco DENVER TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORT8 The Only Line Passing Through Salt Lake City Enroute to the Pacific Coast. THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE ROUTE disallowed, not a county charge. No. 12 Mining Appllcation. water com. dist. No. 28, allowed at ono- - o. ,n t;flAN n t:t...... by Gunnison county Non 15 and 16 forLand Off~ce Del.Norte, Colo. [ . ' . Aug. 8, 1901. medlcme and nurse for Dr. P,~)gan, .d~s- Notice is hereby given that In pmsuaoee of allowed, not a county charge No I8 ex- the act of congress approved May 10, 1872, E. c. pense~ sup~. or lrri., UlSalIOWOU, no~ alColol'ado, onbehal[ofaimself andhis co-own- county chargo. All others allowed as I e~:s,A. (~. Perry, G. E: Pert.v, C:. L. Perry and t. --" ,~ *" ~ i W b. verry, nas ]naue aPpllca~loB Ior paten~ suown m ,av. ~ . .. I for 15001inear feet upon the Union Bell lode, U0t. II. bearing gola and silver being 36t feet N 71' 11' .... ,- - .... I W and 1136 feet 8 71" 11' E from mouth of dis- . x~oar~ agazn, .~a~es. up DIl~ ann ac-. I covery cut tbereon, with surface ground 800 feet collnr~ from o~ to ~ me. ~o..~v sup~. of wide, sitnated in Cochetopa mining district, Sa* irri- ex-enses, disallowed No 69- for l guache county,(olprado, and described by the ~o~A;~7 r~,. ~,-~o~ ,q;,,tf ..... ~ '~^* ~ I official phtt and field notes on file in this office ...... , ..... ~S--, ................ a- follows to-wit : ;::: ~:~;: pL:L~ ~,:~: county ch.~rg%Nos..V' 787nd 78a, J.P. %ginnl~ga~ cor N~.~ whence ti,e W ~ oct see aria oep. snerllz, uIsanoweu, no~ a count] 14 twp 45 N R 3 E N M P M l)cal'S 8 86" 28' 40' W COLORADO S I , LEAD1LLE, charge. All others allowed as shown it 8526.19 feet. thence N 1' 12' E 19.2 feet to cox' No. list. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, ASPEN, 6RAND JUNCTION, SALT LAKE 2, sur No. 9711 Silver Plume lode, ~.4 feet to eor N(, 1 said survey No. 9711, 314.7 feet to cor The saloon bonds of John Clark and R. No. 2, thence S 71" 11' E 1500 feet to eor No. a, CIFf, OfiDEN, BUTE, HELENA, SAN FRANCIS, LOS ANGE- J. Means are now examined and approv- thence S 1" 12' W 81t.7 feet to cor No. 4, thence LES, PORTLAND, TACOMA, SEATI~, N 71 11' W 15C0 feet to cor No. 1, the place of ed, and clerk ordered to issue liceoses, beginning, conhtiaing 10.329acres and forming a The petition of Chas. W.. Ladd for a portion of the E of see 14 twp 45 N R 3 E N M REACHES ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS AND MINING CAMPS IN COLORADO, UTAH refund of taxes paid on property not P M. 8aid location being recorded in book 63, AND NEW MEXICO, page 66 of the Saguache county, Colo., records. No known adJoinh:g claims except the one above mentmned.