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I I III ii i! FROM OUR EXCHANGES Doings Among Our Neighbors Of Inter. eat To Crescent Renders, Alamosa Journal. Twenty-one cam of black c'attle were received here yesterday from Missouri COl~ian~l to Newcomb's ranches. Monte Yiste Journal. J. I. Sheridan has been prospecting Jomo for oil recently end thinks the indi- cations ere good fore flow not far from Monte VietL John M Arthur iiippad a carload of sugar ~bN~i~ La ;lu~ta T~eday, grown on the North and South farms They wore good average beets and we should ~wait returns with interest. GuazSaon Bepublican. O. H Aikine has been on the Cochetopa doing mine surveying this week Mm. John McD0nough was in the city tile latter part of last week visiting Mrs. D. J. Lehan. D. T. Clerk shipped east last night, 41 oars of sheep, or about 3,000 heed The sheep were loaded at Kebbler, a small station on tl~a Rio Grande, above Crested Butte. Hooper-Mo~a Herald. Center hu one of the finest bands in the state and it is prepared to play any- where. Hugh Doherty of Saguache was in town Tuesday. He expects to take charge of. the Keasy ranch during the winter. W. ]~ l~ber and family have been busy this week preparing for an over- land trip to Delta, where they expect to locate. F. P. Black was in Bonanza last week doivig mine surveying. " RoV.'W. F-, Perry, of Denver, is spend- i ing a few days in Salida, visiting his many frianda here~ J. A. Lehrittar was up from Denver for ~veral days looking after mining and other .inter rote, returning home M0hday night. : :~" A. A. Lamps was down from White- horn this"week lcol~ing after buslness mattarl. He is still kept busy making patent surveys in the Cameron district. - Cl~Kle Candle. John Brown and wife, of Saguache, were visitors in camp this week return. ing to iheir home Thursday. A meet peculiar ~urrence transpired at a recent meeting of the Creede lodge of Elks that is worthy of mention. Among a l~t of twelve Or fifteen appli- cations for admission to the lodge it meres that but awe'of the number were ready to be voted upon at that meeting night, one of whose name was Bryan and the other Mckinley. O. :D, Bryan, of Saguache, and Win. F. McKinley, of /liuiio~. Hooper PreSs. The man from "Pyke Miss0n," seems to be slated for reelection. Jim Shields ia not in it for anything. A bunch of new MiMourians are look- ing over the country in the Center vi- cinity with intentions of investing. Two fatal calm of typhoid fever at Orient should prompt the health officem of Saguache uounty to investigate the imnit~ry cSndttions of that camp. It im authoritatively stated~ that the Hen. O. F. Meyer is not an aspirant for reelection. Few men are as competent im Clerk Meyer and it will be difficult tO fill the clerksbip as ably as he has. .... " Creetone ~i~ner. Th; Colorado Fuel and Iron company have two diamond drills at work on their property at Orient. They intend to find but what mother earth contains i'n this district. Attorney F.B. Franks departed Sat- urday evening for Raton, N. M., where he will open an office, While here Mr. Franki made many friends wk0 wish him suo~ in his new home. The car of ore Sent out last Saturday by the Sunbeam is of a higher grade thanpt~vi0usl shipped, which gave re- turns of $~2 par ton, said Manager John McDonald. They are now preparing to ship a oar load of screening which ought to swell their bank account considerable. ~Juditon J. WarnCek, who has been ap- poinf~l poltmaBter at Crestone, arrived homeSaturday evening from Denver and the carnival. He has received his com- mimionfrom~Washington end will take charge of the office about the 20th of this month. He will undoubtedly make US a good p. m, There is s wide difference of opinion among frontiersmen as to the beet way to capture wolves. Some maintain that poison i8 the quickest and surest while ot~hemsay that the use of traPs is the only sueeemful method. It is hardly to be denied that poiacned meat is now largely a failure. Twenty-five years ago iYwu an easy matter to poison wolveL Strychnine wee new to them and they were killed by hun~lredL They have be- I com" experts in detecting ~ it hwever and a she wolf can teach her whelps to discriminate between pure and poisonsd i~eb'ta. ~So~:~cattlemen run ~d~wn wolvm with pack/i of hounds but this ie ,,,! DeWittk ~ittle Early Risers ~ever zl~i: itppei~ltp They areeefe, promptgq~ntle, ~ff~eft~e i9 removiog all impdritiegfrom I ~;b~ liver'and bowelis.~ Small and assy to take.~ %Never gripe or distress. Sa. RANCH ~TfICk" MINFK I Among the police court proceedings in ,va,,~ ,..., ffi ,,.,v f,,, ,=.,L,,_,. a Denver paper a few days ago was the While there is reasonable prospects following item: "Half a dozen saloon that prime fat cattle during the late win- [ loafers were fined for vagrancy, among ter and early spring months will sell for [ them 'Mexican Pete' Everett, a former more money than for many years past [ prize fighter, who was sentenced to pay on account of the high price of feed, $100 and costs. He will be in jail for 51 many old time feeders lack the courage [days unless his friends come to his to go into the business this fall owing to rescue." the uncertain prospects of a future mar- [ The Republicans of Rio Grands county ket. Our Colorado people will burn uplat their convention held at Del Norte more alfalfa in cowhides the coming winter than ever before.--Field and Farm. Activity at Crestone. Crestone, Colo. Oct. 15.--(Special.)~ During the past two weeks the Crestone district has been the scene of renewed activity Many of the properties shut down have been reopened and on those that have been running steadily the forces have been increased. The San Isabel group north of town which have been shut down for several months on account of dissensions among the stockholders, was started up last week with two shifts and additional men are being taken on daily. Superinten- dent Fitts returned from Denver Sunday where he purchased additional ore cars and the property will be pushed to its full capacity from now on. This mine is equipped with air "drills and a fine con- centrator, but the mill will not be start- ed up until there is plenty of ore block- ed out to keep it running steadily. The Sunbeam shipped a car of high grade smelting ore yesterday and Mana-" ger McDonald expects to have another car ready for shipment this week. The Cleveland is sacking high ~rade ore and will soon be ready to make a considerable shipment. They are sink- ing on the main shaft, which is now down nearly 400 feet, and are getting some fine ore out of the 265 foot level. The Banner tunnel is being driven aa rapidly as two shifts of men can push it and the indications are that the ore chute encountered m the old Banner shaft will soon be cut. The Pyke & Van Doren and the Allen & Ryan leases on the grant are now in shape to ship steadily, their trial ship- manta having proven pay ore, and Super- int@ndent Wider has taken a lease on the old Bonanza, south of the Indepen- dent. The Bonanza has produced some fine ores and Mr. Wider hopes to cu~ the chute at 150 feet by a tunnel which will give him a good block of sloping ground as soon as the chute is cut. The grant people have purchased a compressor and drills that are expected to arrive shortly and the work of sinking the big shaft will then be pushed rapid- ]y. Superintendent Wider now has a force of 40 men on the Independent and will put on as many more when the new machinery is placed. A number of the smaller properties are working two or three men each and most of them have good showings. Taken as a whole the district is in much better condition than ever before. --Denver Republican. law. Sugar Beets in the Valley. Mr. T. C. Henry has made some exper- iments this year which promise to be highly beneficial to the San Luis valley in connection w4th the development of the beet sugar iudustry in that locahty. He caused some twenty-five or more plats to be planted in beets this season !for the purpcee of testing the soil and climate. These plats are scattered all beer ~he valley from the lower end to the northern part In so faras quantity of beet~ per acre is concerned there is no question concerning the success of th~ experiment The yield is large and the results in that respect are entirely satis- factory. A chemical analysis will soon be made to aetermine the percentage of last week Wednesday nominated the fol- lowing ticket: Herman Schraeder, com- missioner; Ed Mathias, assessor; Alden Bassett, county judge; August Weiss, sheriff; Win. Monroe, county clerk; Mrs. Lizzie Blackmore, Supt. public schools C.C. Buck, treasurer; S. A. Hoskin~ coroner. _~ I I I II~ My Lungs "An ettack of la grippe left me with a bad cough. My friends said I had consumption. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly." A. K. Readies, Nokomis, Ill. i i You forgot to buy a bot- tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec- toral when your cold first came on, so you let it run along. Even now, with all your hard coughing, it will not disappoint you. There's a record of sixty years to fall back on. Ill Three sizes: 25C,, enough for an ordinary cold; 50C, Just right forbronchitis, hoarse= nose, hard eolds, etc.; ~1, most econdo.macat for chronic cuses and to keepon hart . J. C. AYER CO, :Lowell, Mass. writes O. A. LeDeis, Cedar City, Me. 1} "Like others 1 tried many preparations [ ~ but never found anything that did met ~lt good until I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. ] gf~ One bottle cured me. A friend who had ] ~i~ suffered similarily I put on the use of [)ii Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining [ ~.~ fast and will soon be able to work. Be- ~ fore h~ used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indi- gestion had made him a total wreck. Sa- guache Pharmacy. . D urango, Colo.: O%t. 14.--(Special.)-- The Home Oil and Fuel company struck a fine flow of oil, said to be of pure qual- ity, three miles from Pagoea Springs yes- terday. This company, of which J. S. Brown is president and in which ex-Sen- ator E. O. Woloott, J. H. Archuleta and others are interested, owns 7,000 acres of oil lands in Archuleta county.--Denver Times. J. C. Teller has secured a grazing lease for 9,000 acres of land in Pueblo county at an annual rental of five cents an acre. It is the largest grazing lease ever issued by the Colorado state land board. The land will be used as a range for his cattle. THE IAIOM]~ ;OLD CURE, An Inaenious Treatment by which Drunk ards are Reing 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 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 publicity or loss 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 fmthful use according to directions of this won- derful discovery is positively guaranteed ./~.~ Our Fall and Winter ~ ~ _ ~'~ l-- d[~ A ~ We melts your inspec' ~ * Goods are now in and ~~ ~]]~ l~lr~~ tlon, thank you for the I~ ~.~.~ aH Departments are more ~~ ~~ UI /U in the history of our bus- iness, thereby giving you ~the opportunity of pur- chasing any article you can get in any city. liberal patronage given: ~i complete thanever before us in the past, and hope ~. ..~1~ by the courtesy that will I~ be shown you by our~: salesmen to more than .~'~[~: double our trade wlthlnl# SAGUACHE. the ne t year. W Ladles', Cent's and Children's Shoes We sell the Celebrated SELZ SHOES, and can give you all styles and sizes. You cannot beat our NAILED BOTTOM Shoes for Miners and Herdsmen /j.~ Prospectors' and Rangers' High Cut Heavy ~.~.~ Shoes you should as~ to see. ~.~.~If you want the very Fines~ and-Latest ask for tile Selz BEAUTY SHOES for the Ladies. They always please. It is impossible in this Department to give you all in detail, but will wilhngly ~how you. LACR VEILIN ISPARTF, NT , ALL-OVER LACES, in Black, White and/~/ Cream are very stylish this fall. ~ ')i~ In trimming lace~, we can give you Point e~.,t~ de Spray, Orientals, Valencines, Tortions and in :~.~?: fact all the Latest Styles and Patterns ~/ Veilings at this Lime of year are a necessity ~ and not overlooking this fact we can supply you ~'~ with all the latest Novel~is of the season at prices ranging from 15e te 5@ per yard. OUR HANDKERCHIEF ASSORTMENT ~.~.~ Includes the Latest in everything for the Ladies and Gents, and the School Children are ~ e especially looked after as to Price and Quality. # ot .# .# '# 3 J] ~ Trunks, Valises, /.$.~ Hand Grips, Shawl Straps, Telescopes, Etc. This Department should not be passed by if you are in need of any of the articles mentioned. GLOVES LADIES KID GLOVES are the very best we could purchase for the money, in White, Black and Colors, with latest style stitching on back, in genuine Kid, are especial good value. We have also placed in stock a full assortment of Misses' Kid Gloves in a variety of colors. Jewelry, Alarm. Clocks, Gold . , Clocks, Cuff ~ Buttons, Ladies' Chains.'#: ~ Rings, Gold and Silver Thimbles,: Stick Pins, Bracelets, and many items 3\ we have not space to mention. ql Ladies' lailor Hadc Suits, Jackets and Capes We pride ourselves in this Department on the offerings we have to give you in(~~~i Jackets and Capes for the Ladies, the Latest Designs in Styles and Colors, at Prices that all can afford to buy. The Misses and Children have not~ been overlooked as we have a free assortment in all the latest style Jackets to please them. ..... :, We take your orders for TAILOR MADE SUITS, made to measure; and !rove. ~'./_ a book giving in detail the Styles and showing samples of goods, giving youa more ~ complete selection than you will find in any City stocks. Prices from $IO. to $36, ~ " I Dress Goods, Silks and Velvets MEN'S FURNISHINCS ; SATIN SOLISLE, JACQUARDS, VENETIANS, " - BROAD CLOTHS in all the new Shadas. SHIRTS in Colors and White, Correct Styles, Big ca Black hlENRIETTAS in Silk Warp and Wool, and in Line. fact we have all the Latest Weavesin Black and Colored NECKWEAR, in New Fall Ideas, seem to be the Dress Goods from the very Cheapest to the Best. right thing by the Way they are selling. ~ SILK, SATIN, VELVET and VELVETEEN in Genuine BUCKSKIN~ and HORSEHIDE Shades to match Dress Goods, and for Waist Patterns GLOVES, in all grades conceivable, and prices to suit we can always please you in this line. all. Your attention to those, please, i:: JET, GIMP and BRAID Trimmings in the Latest SUSPENDERS of California Leather, also Fancy Fads and Colors we are showing in profusion. Elastic Web cannot be duplicated in assortment or price. ~ Under this head we might mention that our Linings InSTETSO.NHATSwehavealltheLatestBlocks, ,, ~ ~ in all Colors of Spun Glass, Near Silk, Percaline, Sill- Black and Colored, also Men's and Boys HATS and cAPs~ii ~ ~ cias and Cambrics and accesories are unlimited, in all Standard Makes and Styles. !Groceries, Crockery Cutlery Schillings Best COFFEES, TEAS and EXTRACTS. Armpur Packing Co's CANNED MEATS, Fancy Bottled CHO W C~!? W, CHILi SAU.CE, OLIVES, ONIONS &c. Canned PEARS, PE ACHES, PINE APPLE, BERRIES, and everything in Canned Goods that is on the market. CO0"KIES and ~' ~'$'~ CAKES, NUTS, CANDIES, TOBACCO and CIGARS. PANSY and HOMESTEAD Flour if tried ~ ~'~ once it becomes a household necessity. LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS ~7 In all Shapes, Sizes and Styles in BISQUE Hand Painted, PORCELAIN, GLASS, Plain and Decor- ated for all purposes and places, and the Prices from 50 cents to $20, will give you an idea of the im- mense display we have. ~, 100 Piece Decorated DINNER SETS we run from $10 to $25. Homer Laughlins open stock Dec- '~ orated Ware. HAVILAND and FRENCH China, open stock and in sets. J. & G. Meakins and ~ Laughlinsopen stock White Ware. WATER SETS, WINE SETS, and odd pieces of Glass-and China. Ware too numerous to mention. In the CUTLERY Department we are now showing the 1847 Rogers SILVER PLATE Goods in KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c. STEEL KNIVES and FORKS, BUTCHER KNIVES and CARV- to cure the most obstinate case no mat- sugar, but there is little to be feared on ter how hard a drinker Our records ING sets. Keen Cutter RAZORS, POCKEt KNIVES, SCISSORS and ~HT~,ARS are on our list. ~ that account, for several years ago, when show the marvelous transformation of ~ experiments were made in sugar beet thousands of drunkards, into sober, fn- ~ O L O T HINC ar f e s dustrlous and upright men growingin different p tso th tats, ." , , _ UNDERWEAR b r tt r in Wives cure your husbandsl Children m the.. percentage~ -- ..... of sacc a ins ma ..e ." cure your ratherst" ....... ~nlS remeoy is in no # Men s and Boys Suits Overcoats and Separate Pants. We could say and make a truthful stratemeut, that ~7 me ~an ~UlS valley oeem was niguer sense a nostrum but is a specific for this ~ Black SUlfa lu Frock, Roun? and Squ.are cut Sack.Coats from our present St~ck of Underwear we could nearly: ,~i than in those growh anywhere else in disease only, and is so skillfully devised '~ is one ox our speciam. ~uct~ WeaLS Wi~U l;lanKet lining su pl the Inhabitants of Sa uache Count /~ P Y g Y .... the state except Delta county and prepared that it is thoroughly soht- ~.t for the Meu and Coats and Vesta Blanket lined for the L~m~- ~o-' ................... 3 It is nossible that beets ~rown in the ble and pleasant to the taste, so that it ] ~ ,., - .... , ..... s ann wnnarens m ~amrat woob worsen Youths. Home Made Pants, manufactured by the 1o- . ......... . ~ ' ;.~,: ., _ ~. ,. . ~, ...... can be given in a cup of tea or coffee I F~ peka Woolen Milts, you should try on our recommend, ann wool ~'leecec~, ~Ibbed ann J~egular, also a Ribbed, ~.~ ~an ~um vaney may ne a n~ue smarter wlthout the knowledge of the person tak- [ ~i~ The Cant Bust Em Overalls and Jumpers are too well extra Fleeced for Boys and Girls that range in price frdva ~ on an average than those grown in some lag it. Thousands of drunkards have [ ~ known for us to talk much on, we can tit you in Men s 20 to 45 cents It is advisable to buy early bef t gt~ _ ore he jr other places, but there is no objection to cured themselves with this priceless rein- I .|.~ and Bo~s with and without bibs. . s'zr es on our many different hnes" are broken" ~ be made on that account, for large beets edy, and as many more have been cured[ ~ Sweet err & Co's Corduroy Suite and seperate Pants, _ . . . _. tl~ .... It might be well to mention in connection with this " ..... .... ;~.~a ,he m~* d~oir-t-~ ann mane temperate men oy caving the I |, Is a new departure wtth us, and the goods are rtgut. " '~ ........................... "Cure" administered by loving friends I X~- A Double Seamed Jumper for Threshers concludes the the Men's and Bo~s Sweaters, of which We have aIargb ~ The labor consideration is of great im- and relatives without their knowledge in /~ partial list we are able to give you on account of space, stock at reasonable prices. .... ~ ~ portance, because where the right sort coffee or tea and believe today that they |" -f~ulation does not exist totake--r-:dIscontinued drinking of their own free ~11 Ck~I~p-ErS:-R-USS--a~daS-USEF--Ul~N-ISHi~N~ i~? ,, v~v .... .~-. o will. Do not wait. Do not be deluded ~ of me growing crop, when ,~ must ne ,, ,.~ by apparent andmisleadlng improvo- ;I~ given close attention, the production, ment. Drive out the disease atonceand /.|.ll " : ~!~. of beet sugar is impracticable. The for all time. The Home Gold Cure is ~ Ingrain Carpets in a wwiety of Patterns for vour choice. Orders taken for Axminster B~ussets and~ San Luis valley is better situated in ~2da:t th~ueXtr.emely lw?th.~rlCeef_ne. ~1~ Moquet can be supplied within 10 days from receipt of order. Big lineOf Samples. ~i :~N~;.: ..~ ot r " , ptac g in r acn ot thm respect than any he m thestate, everybody a treatment more effectual ~; " ' ..... " : : : ':~ ? ::'': *~:'"~ Smyrna and Ingrain Art Squares from 2 x 3 to 4 x 5 yards at $6.t0 to $I8. Look at t~. / : '*~ A class of the population is made up of than others costing $2-5 to $50. Full di- \~3 . , . , ~ : = ...... . ' :~:" :-" " '~': ~.:~-; Rugs ]n Moquet and ~myrna and at Prices froa~ $1 2o to $20. we eX ect the will sel~ on a run ,,, Mormons from Utah, who have families , rections accempany each package. Spee- [~ - - - ' . . .. P" " .Y. ... ~...'~ ,.,;-,~..'{ ,o d~' -n~ ~'^lieve in "" st the kind of int^-s- lal advice b~ skilled physicians when re- L, " ~ ....... u u o= ~ ..... ~ Opaque Window ~!]a