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MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 2399.
KINKBAL MJBTBY MO. 11H4.
U- 8. Uad Offioe. Pubio, Colorado, I
MoUo* to hmby 'ilnmnui
of tha oat of Cuuno approved Mar >O. I*l*.
TkWHtoro WoUf tolß. by bio iUornoy la faot.
Andrew C. Halter, whose poatoffioe la Den
▼er, Armpnhoe county, Colorado, hen made
application for a patent for lUO linear rent
on the Jolla Wallner lode, bearing wold, the
aame betas AS feet loath. 4 degrees end Si
mlnntee east and MS feet north. 4 degrees
and 94 minutes west from discovery cot
thereon, with surface ground aoo feet In
width; ana for 1410 linear feet on the (treat
West lode, bearing gold, the same being
MO feet sooth. 4 degrees and 54 minutes east
and 470 feet north. 4 degrees and 64 minutes
west from discovery eat thereon, with sur
face ground 000 feet in width; and for 1600
feet on the Mississippi lode, bearing gold,
the same being 160 feet south. 4 degrees and
94 minutes east and 1160 feet north. 4 degrees
and 94 minutes west from discovery cut
thereon, with eorfaeo ground 1M M feet In
width; and for 1319.16 linear feet on the
Tabor Oraad lode, bearing gold, the same
being 79 feet sooth, 6 degrees end 19 minutes
west and UMJI feet north, 6 degrees and
19 mlnntee east from discovery cot thereon,
with surface ground 191.48 feet in width; and
for 1319.96 linear fast on the Lookout lode,
bearing gold, the aame being 99 feet south.
9 degrees and 19 minutes west and 1994.96
feet north. 9 degrees and 19 minutes east
from discovery oat thereon, with surface
ground HUM feet la width; and for 1600 linear
reet on the Queen Mine lode, bearing go id.
the aame being 13 feet sooth, 5 degrees and
19 minutes west and 1 498 feet north, 9 degrees
and 19 minutes east from discovery cut
thereon, with surface ground 235.24 feet In
width; nil situate in the MoConrt Mining
District, county of Fremont and state of
Colorado, and described by the official plat
and Aehlnotes now on Ale In the office of the
Register of the Pueblo Land District. Colo
rado, as follows, vis:
Julia Wallner.
Beginning at corner No. 1 on line 3-9 Great
Went lode of this survey. Identical with
corner No. 1 of the amended location (not
set an It falls in bed of Bight Mile Creek
where permanent corner could not be
established;, whence the southwest corner
section as. township 17, south, range 69. west,
of the Sixth principal meridian bears south
50 degrees end 10 minutes west. 9T1.56 feet;
thence south 99 degrees and t mlnntee west,
140 feet. Bight Mile Creek 9 feet wide, course
north, 71 degrees west. 309 feet to corner No.
2, Identical with corner No. 2 of the amended
location (not act as It falls fu the bed of
Bight Mile Creek where permanent corner
could not be established); thence north. 4
degrees and 94 minutes west, 75 feet. Bight
Mile Creek 9 feet wide, course north 71 deg
rees west. 16914 feet witness corner to corner
No. 2. e granite stoee 24x60x8 inches set 14
inches In the ground with mound of atone,
chiseled W. C. 2-11994. whence a cross(X?and
B. R. W. C. 2 11994 chiseled on a granite rock
showing 6x9x2 feet above the ground bears
north 22 degrees sad 3 minutes east. 25-5 feet,
tit feet center of track Florence 3 Cripple
Creek ralfrend. course north 96 degrees west,
1699 fact. Quarts Creek 2 feet wide, course
south 97 degress seat. Hse reet to corner No.
9. identical with oorner No. 9 of amended
location, n cress (X) at corner point and
t-2-11994 chiseled on a granite rock in place
showing 12x5x3 fret above the general sur
face: then as north 69 degrees and 3 minutes
seat. 3M feet to corser No. 4 on line 2-3 Great
West lode of this survey. Identical with cor
ner No. 4 of the amesded location, a granite
atone 99x9x9 inches set 14 Inches in the
ground with mound of atone chiseled 4-1-
11941. whence a pise tree 9 Inches diameter
biased end scribed B. T. 4-1-11994 bears north ,
M degrees and 97 minutes west. 19.19 feet:
thenoe south 4 degrees and 94 minutes east.
499 ft. Quarts Creek 3 ft. wide, course south
72 negroes east, 718 fast. Quarts Creek 2 feet
wide, course south 19 degrees west. 1008.54
feet witness oorner te corner No. L a granite
atone aextxs laches set 12 inches in the
ground with mound of stone chiseled W. C.
1-9-11994.1949 feet to center of truck Florence
A ('ripple Creek railroad, course north 72
degrees west, 1139 feet to corner No. l. the
place of beginning.
Orest Wert.
Beginning at corner No. I on line 4-1 Mieaie
■)M'i lode of Uiu survey, identical with corner
No. I of the amended location root set as it falls
on nek elide where permanent corner could not
be cutabliahcdl; whence the aonthweet corner
eectkm h. lovutip 17, a«tb. range 09, west. of
the Histli principal meridian, bear* south 68
degrees and 51 minute* west, K&S feet: thence
south 85 degrees mad 9 mi antes west. «0 feet.
Eight Mile Creek 8 feet wide, coarse north 71
decrees west. 960 feet to corner No 2. identical
with oorner ha 2of the übmulml location tuU ,
set as it fella in the bed of Eight Mile ('reek
where permauant comer could not be estab
lished); thence north 4 ihgrena aad 94 minutes
west. 20 feet. Flight Mile Creek 8 feet wide,
coarse north 71 tbgrees west. 8&81 feet, corner
No. 1 Julia Wallner lode of this survey, 189.81
feet center track Florence A Cnpple Crock rail
mad. course north 72 degress west. feet
witness corner to corner No. 4, identical with
witness corner to corner No. 1 Julia Wallner
lode of this surrey, 614.*1, Quarts ('reek 2 feet
wide, course sooth 15 dugreus west. 77iSl feet.
Quarts Creek t feet wide, course south 72 degrees
mmL !2CLBi feet, corners numbers 4 and l.Jalia
Wallner aad Qaseu Nine lodes of this survey.
1410 feat to oorner No. 3. identical with corner
No. 3 of the amended location, a cross ;X) at
earner paint and 9-3-9-11964 chiseled 00 a granite
rack In place showing 24x38x18 Inches shove the
general surface, whence a pine damp * feet high.
10 inches diameter, biased and scribed B. 8.
8-2-5-11964 bear* north 42 degrees aad 41 mutates
east. 95j5 fret; thence north 85 degrees and 8
minutes cost, 909 fret to oorner No 4. identical
with comer No. 4 of amended location, a granite
etna* 24x8x8 inches set 12 laches in the ground <
with monad of atone chiseled 4-4-1-1-11294; \
thence south 4 degrees end 94 minutes cast. ■
1983.73 fret witness corner to comer No. 1, a
granite stone NiKhlO inches set 12 inches in the >
ground with mound of eU.ue chiseled W. C. !
1-1-11994, whence a pine stump 2 feet high. 12 ,
Inch** diameter, idaard and scribed ft. 8.
1-1-11M64 bears north 51 degrees west. 1.6 feet,
1369 feet center track Florence A Cripple Creek t
railroad, course north 85 degrees west. 1410 feet i
to corner No. 1. the place of beginning.
Mississippi.
Headlining at corner No. I. identical with cor
ner No. 1 of the emended location ‘not set ee it
fells iu bed of Eight Mile Creek where perma
nent corner could not be established); whence
south west comer section 23. township 17. south,
range 89. west, of the Sixth principal meridian,
bears south 74 degrees and 58 minutes west,
IJDU.S6 feet; thence north 85 degrees and S min- j
ntea east, 194 JW fret to corner No. 2, indent ice I !
with oorner No. 2 of the amended location (not ;
set as it falls on rook slide where permanent ,
comer could not l«e established); thenoe north
4 degress and 54 minute* weet. 30 fret, center of
track Kloreoce A Cripple Creek railroad, course ,
sooth 73 degress weal, 37.71 feet witneea corner j
to corner No. t a cross (X) and 2-11984 chiseled j
on a granite rook in place, showing 6xßx7 feet
above the general surface. COO feet to corner
No. 3. identical with comer No. 9of the amended
location, a granite stone 28x8x4 inches set 14
Inches in Ilia ground with mound of
chiseled 97-iIM. whence a pine tree 6 inches in ;
(HD jS/i CtS!!ASeS of the (uric acid) which ex- IclA mQ
W *Slt £3M ancaumltoß larpccx- tends It.; do; tractive \6Vv W
JK WFM tent hr lonic negleeteddls- Influence to every part JK
mu *LirfiT/ order* In the Tlwr. The of the cjrsUvj. Then fITTI
starting point Is usually the follows, pr.uhu.llv in- Uly
lfPsr stomach. which has thrown creasing wc*Uuu:::, Uls- M
a mast of badly dlKwtat food order* lu the urine, back*
nil) Into the llrcr, causing It to bwino a cl. os, dropsical corallines rvaffTalU
W torpid and bringing on a general clog- ness under the eyes, etc., an Tn. W
mt ertng up of the system. Under tms lees romodlr.l mwxcuresare nromnt. gk
mfi condition of thtnga the kidneys will ly applied the disease w*ill soon nTu
IUJ continue the struggle, assuming part place the rot lent beyond the Wl
JK of the duties of the liver in an effort reochofmedle.il rortornUTos JL
Wk to set things light again, and , There is now urgent need of mk
m If tl»c/ were properly ns- _ .I jffm WT| _ ~ remedy that can hod©. Olu
Ip ssSttoJnKr <P
*&W
diameter, biased and scribed B. T. 34-lIBM.
be»m snath 7 dr*, and 5] min.east.SS l«et: iheoea
south AdMimH sod 8 minutes went, 194 fib feet
to corner No. 4, identical with corner No. 4of
the amended location and corner No. 4 of the
Great West lode of this surrey: thence south 4
degrees nod M minutes east. WWIW feet witness
ci>r«i»*r to corner No. I. identical with witness
corner to corner No. 1 ‘treat West lode of this
survey. I#t» fact center of track Florence ft
Cripple ('reek railroad, coarse n«»rtl» 65 degrees
went. 1410 fret corner No. I Great West lode of
this surrey. laW feet to corner No. I. the place
of beginning.
Tabor Urmod.
Baginning at corner No. 1. Identical with
corner No. 1 of the amended location and
corners number 4 Grant Want and Mftaalan
lppi lodes of this surrey, whence the aoutb
west corner aaction 28. township 17. south,
range 68. west of tba Sixth principal meri
dian. bears south 28 degrees and 55 minutes
west. -109JM feet; thence north 86 degrees
and 8 minutes east. 1'4.6fl feet to corner No.
2, identical with corner No. 2 «»f tfcfo amended
location and corner No. S Mlaaiaalppl lode
of this surrey; thence north 5 degrees sad
18 minutes east. 1319.96 feet to corner No. L
identical with corner No. S of the amended
location, a granite atone 24x8x8 Inches, set
12 Inches In the ground with mound of atone
chiseled 8-1 IBM; thence sooth 86 degrees and
2 minutes west. 194.88 feet to corner No. 4,
Identical with corner No. 4 of the amended
location, a granite stone 24x8x4 inches, set
>2 laches in the ground, with mound of
atone, chiseled 4-4-119*;, whence a pine tree
• Inches diameter biased and scribed B. r.
4-4-1 ISM bears south M degrees and 1 minute
east, 29.8 feet; theatre s"uth 5 degrees and
18 minutes west. 1819.96 fget to corner No. 1,
the place of beginning.
Lookout.
Beginning at corner No. I. identical with cor
ner 1 Of the amended location and corners
somber 4 and 1 Great West. Misaiasippl and
Tabor Grand lodes of thin survey, whence
the nouthwest corner section 28. township
17, south, range 89 west of the Hlxth principal
meridian, bears south 28 degrees and 56 min
utes west, 2109.04 feet: thence south 86 de
grees and 8 minutes west. 890 feet to corner
No. 2, identical with oorner No. 2 of the
amended location and corner No. 8 of the
Great West lode of this surrey; thence north
5 degrees and 18 minutes east, 1319.96 fret to
corner No. a, identical with corner No. s of
the amended location, a granite stone 24x9x4
inches, aet 12 (Debt's in the ground with
mound of atone chiseled 3-4-11984; thence
north 86 degrees and 8 minutes eaat.BM feet
to corner No. 4. identical with corner No. 4 of
the amended location and coimer No. 4of the
Tabor Grand lode of this surrey; thence
south 5 degrees and 18 minutes west. 1819.96
feat to corner No. J, the place of beginning.
Queen Nine.
Baginning at corner No. 1 on line 1-9 Great
West lode of this survey. identical with cor
ner No. lof the amended location sad cor
ner No. 4 Julia Wallner lode of this surrey,
whence the southwest corner section 29.
township 17, south, range 89. west of the
Sixth principal meridian, bears sooth M de
grees and 7 minutes west, IBot.cz faet: thence
sooth 86 degrees and 8 minutes west. 8M f**» t
to corner Ka. 2. identical with oorner N». 2.
of the amended location and oorner No. 8.
Jolla Wallner lode of this surrey; 1 heaoe
north 5 degrees and >6 minutes east, 1580 fwt
to corner No. 8 Identical with corner No. 8,
of the amended location, a granite *ton*
84x8x4 inches sat 18 Inches in the gr» and
with mound of stone, chiseled 8-11984 whence
a pine tree 8 inches diameter biased and
scribed B. T. 8-11884. bears north 8 degrees
and 2 minutes west, S 3 feet; tbenoe north ■
degrees and 8 minutes east. 288.22 feet to cor
ner No. 4. identical with corner No- 4 of the
amended location and corner No 8 Lookout
lode of this survey: thence south Bdegree* and
,18 minutes west. 1319.96 feet to oorner No 5,
identical with comer No. 5 of the amended
locs jon and corners number 8 and 2 Great West
and Lookout lodes of this surrey; thence south
4 dorrws and 54 in inn ten east, 177.19 feet to cor
ner No. 1, the place «*f beginning.
llw Julia Wallner lode contains 7.920 acres;
the Great West lode contains 9,711 acres; the
Misepslppi lode contains 8.798 acres; the Tabor
Grain I contains sJlh screw; the lookout lode
cootem* »,W8 acres: the Queen Nine lode con
tains 9.135 acres total, 48.280 acres, daki claims
form a portion of the went S section 28. town
ship 17,
cipal meridian, and the locations are recorded
in tl.e order nnuml above as follows, vis: Book
59. page 223; book 98, I Age .274; book 58. nags
222; book 59; page 227; book 59, page 218; bonk 98.
<'*r*rarto! °* recort^s °f Fremont county.
Adjoining claimants, the -Stonewall Jackson:
others, if any. unknown; nearest claims un
known.
RAYMOND MILLER. Register.
Date of first publication Scot. 3rd. 1817; last
publication Nov. 25th. 1897.
SHERIFF’S SALE.
By virtue of a certain writ of «x«catian issued
<>ut of the District t'oart of Atuulkm County,
8t»to of Colorado, to me. as sheriff of the
County of Fremont, in the State of Colorado, di
rvcted, in favor of Edward O. Wolcott, plaintiff,
and against The Bearer I and Company, defend
ant, whereby l am commanded to make the earn
of f’fl.Sll 14. danwer. and the farther earn of
coats, I hare levied upon and taken In ex
ecution all the right. title and interest of the
aafci defendant The Bearer Land C -rapany of, in
and to the following-described real estate, sit
ante, tying and being in the t.Vmnty of Fremont
and skate of Colorado, to-wit:
The south half (*4) of the northwest quarter
(it) and the southeast quarter (*») of section
twenty etcht(2B). township eichteen (18) south,
of ranee sixty-eight (fHI west;
The south half (**) of section twenty -ante (29),
township eichteen (la) wwth, of range sixty
eight (OH) west;
The south west quarter ('it of tbs southwest
quarter (is) of section thirty v »h township
eighteen (18) south, range sixty-alght (88) west;
The north half (H) *»**d the southeast quarter
i ( l «> <*f the southwest quarter <)«), and the north
half (Vi) of the southwest quarter (V). and the
southeast quarter (X) of section thirty-one (SI),
township eighteen (In) socth, range sixty-eight
(08) west;
Au of section thirty two (32), township eigh
teen (18) south, range sixty-eight west:
All of section thirty-three. f»<. township
! eighteen (1h( south, range west:
The southwest uuarter (X) « !
four (S 4), township eighteen (18) south, range
sixty-eight west:
The south half (W) of the northwest quarter
(X) and the southwest quarter (X). and the
southwest quarter (X) of the northeast quarter
! (X). and the west half i !4) of the southeast
Cirter (X)- and the southeast quarter (X) of
southeast quarter (X) of section six (8).
| township nineteen (19) south, range sixty-eight
Ail of section five (*>l, township nineteen (19)
j south, range sixty-eight west;
All of section four (4). township nineteen (It)
, south, range sixty-eight west;
All of section three, township nineteen, south.
. range sixty-eight west;
The west half ('»), the rrsat half (H) of the
■ southeast quarter (X). the southeast quarter ((*)
; of th- M.nthenst quarter (X > of section two (2),
: township nineteen (19) south, range sixty-eight
, west; „
Ths Ms Mir iH) of scctiou seven (7). town
■ ship nineteen <l9l south, range *4 xty-eight west;
*U of arotioa eight, tonahip pi outer <l9l
•fljth, >«og« >istr-cight weat:
The Rorthaut quarter (Ki, the northwest
(garter (K). theanthtmt qiarter t 4); and the
veaC half (of the southeast quarter <4>. sec
tiiMi mii»- »«). t«~ r eiurtii|> nineteen il»i -oath.
range we*t;
All of Mrtim ten tIOi. lo«a«hi|i nineteen (19»
•noth, rangOMitf-eiglit went;
All of section eleven fill, township nineteen
(i*l eoatii. now sixty-eight weat:
fhe went hair (4) of the oorthwaet quarter
(X); a»d theaoathweet quarter (4) «»f section
twelve j 12j. township nineteen [*9| south, range
Tlie west half f.ij. the weat half ['A\ of (be
northeast quarter l 4 J, and the west half |U] of
the southeast quarter [ 4]. of section thirteen
[IS], township 19 south, range 88 west;
AM of a action fourtean [l4], township nineteen
[I9J couth, range sixty-eight weat;
All of section fifteen 115], township nineteen
n»J **th, range sixty-eight weat;
ihe northeast quarter 14] of section twenty
two iMJ. township nineteen [l9] sooth, range
sixty-eight went;
Tlie east half 14] of the northwest quarter [4 I;
the northeast quarter [ 4J; and the north half 14]
of tkeeoatbeast quarter [4J of secti □ twenty
three [23], township nineteen [l9] south, range
sixty-eight west;
• he northwest quarter [4] of section twenty
four [241. towsnhip nineteen 1191 south, range
sixty-eight west;
The sooth half, and the northeast quarter, of
section twenty-fire [2sj. township eighteen [H]
south, rangesixty-nine west,
Alt of secti .n thirty-three 133], township
eigiiteen [lBl south, ranee sixty-nine west;
The south half 14 J and the north see t quarter
[4 j of section thirty-four [94 j. township eighteen
[lB] sooth, range sixiy-nine weat;
Ail of section one I], township nineteen [l9]
south, range sixty-nine west;
AII of section two it, township nineteen 1 19 j
sooth, range rixty-nine west;
Tin- n rtheaet quarter [>4 j of the northeast
quarter 1 4 j; the west half \%] of tlie northeast
quarter [ 4J; the northwest quarter [4J of the
southeast quarter [4 J: and tie- northwest quar
tetf4J «»f sectiou tiiree f3j. township nineteen
[ 19] south, range sixty-nine west;
The norl. half |4f. the north half of thesouth
west quarter 2 41, and the east half i4J of Ihe
southeast quarter 14] section twelve 1 12 L town
ship nineteen f 19] south, renge sixty-nine [AM]
west;
The norihrast quarter f 4] of section M»venteen
1171. township l» south, of range 88 west;
The northeast quarter 14J of section eleven
[‘lJ, township 19 smth. oi range 89 west.
\» aicli said real estate, or so much thereof as
may be necessanr to pay the aforesaid judgment
aao ousts. I shall offer for sale at public auc
tion. on Friday, the 3Hti day of November. A. D
1897. at the hour of 19 o’clock in tlie forenoon of
saw! ci*y. at the front door of the Coanty Court
Hoose at Canon City, i it said County of Fremont.
State of Colorado, to the highest and best bidder
for cash. MICHAEL RLYTH.
Hherifl Fremont County.
Kii-t publication Nov. 4.
Last poblicatioo Nor. 25.
Annual Y. M. C. A. Meeting.
The annual meeting of the Y-M C.
.V. was held in the parlors of the asso
ciation Friday evening The attend
ance. owing to several other gatherings
in ilie <*ity that evening, was uoi w hat
it should have been, still the rooms
were quite well Idled. The reports of
the General Secretary and Treasurer
were read and they showed the associ
ation to be in better condition than
ever before, and to have a bright future
before it. W. H. McClure. Guy U.
Hardy, C. W. Talbot and E. L. Cleve
land were elected directors for three
years, and W. J. Andrews trustee.
After the business of the evening
wan over Rev. K. A. Chase of the M. E.
church delivered an able address. In
the course of his remarks he said:
**lt is not usually wise for a speaker
to complain of the kind of audience be
fore him. But in perfect candor I am
compiled to say that this audience
does not entirely suit me for what I
want to t>ay. 1 aui glad to see so many
of the prominent business men of town
here, but I should like to see a round
hundred others. We need them in this
counsel: we need their practical enthu
siasm in this work. Generous as they
have been to this society we need yet
more of their money. I should like to
say to them, here, 'Gentlemen, you
should put more into this kind of in
vestment. The pay streak will play
out of the mine in a little while; bank
stock will be of no value in a little
while; you must close out your ousi
oess in a little while aud render an ac
count of your stewardship. But here
is a kind of investment that will make
dividends throughout eternity.’
“Character is the enduring commodi
ty, and institutions that are concerned
with the moulding and inspiring of
character are the {daces in which to lay
up treasures. Cafion City is to be con
gratulated on the complete aud efficient
Y. M. C. A. that it lias. It ought to be
the ambition of the good business men
of the city to make this society sec
ond to noue in the state. You will do
a good thiug for the future of the com
munity when you add to the furuiture,
appliances and direction of the gymna
sium until it shall be recognised that
everything in reason has been done to
secure for young manhood that physi
cal culture so important to right liviug.
Yon will do a good thing for the future
of the city when the reading rooms,
parlors and endowed lectureships of
this society shall be recogniaea through
out the state as features of the leading
enterprise of the community—that of
turning out full orbed men. You will
do the best thing for yourselves when
the perfect manhood of Jesus Christ,
illustrated in your own lives, idealized
in your institutions, exalted in your
devotion, shall declare to young men
everywhere your faith in God, your
love for man "
Mrs. Mermod.
OlKD— Tuesday morning. Not. £ud,
Mrs. Asa meat Mermod. wife of Mr.
Akc I>. Mermod.
Mr*. Mermod was born in St. Louis,
Mo., J«ue S, IMM, where she whs raised.
She was ihe daughter of tVm. Ilrady.
In Marrh, VI, she waa married lo Alee
D. Mermod and soon after they came
to CsiHiU t'itjr. since llieit they lutve
resided must of the lime in this city <>i
at Stirrii)) Itaiach where niauy t'afl u
)teopie liave enjoyed Iheir hospitality.
Mrs. Mermod was a favorite among
bar Catou acquaintances and will he
misaad greatly in CsMn. Site leaves a
seven weeks old baby girl besides her
husband. The remains were sent bolt
to St. Lnai*. accomimnied hr Mr Mer
mial and Mrs. Ilrady, mother of the
Jewett or White?
Ih'inrm tmltnl Wt this tFrkU»)
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rlrdhn of Jsttnt M mbbMvmt m
ssl sinus*. Whits has »'
ml tiMnri it «UI thks ths shrhl
saS<r«M Is hlwlM shs Is ihrnd
Fruit Lands...
FOR SALE
- ON LINCOLN PARK, Canon City * Cool.
Very Choicest Fruit Lands in the State.
Water Right* from the parent stream fa the Roeky Moeatalaa.
RICH CLAY SANDY SOI L. SO ADORE.
LINCOLN PARK &».
town and valley. Scenery In oasornaassed.
BEAUTIFUL DRIVES; PINE SHADE; LAKES OF PURE MOUNTAINWATK*.
SO PIiSPS USED! WAIEH FURNISHED BY «.K"ITT VC-V ~ --irri-.
p*r annum. ___ *~~
Will Mil in 3, 8 and IO acre tract*. Prloas range from •• OO par aara
up. One-fourth cash; balance on long time. -»■— r~* — ■—-Hi
Land Set to Choicest Fruit, F^S3'aSSti3SfL - .
Send for descr otive circular.
DEWEESE & DYE,
Canon City, Colo.
physigiMTaffllK
Prtf. R. S. Bowman, Instroctnr of Notnral Sdonco b
RartoviHo CoUogo, Cured of a Severe Htaott by
Br. WilKams’ Pink PM* for Pale People
after Physicians Failed.
Wrom the RrpubUoam, (Wwabai, IhA
Prof. R. S. Bowman, the able instructor; prietary medicines. fE«g afamMft 99
of nataral science in the famous liartsville, dollars for these medicines alone. Itbeeoe>
(Ind.,) Oolletr*-. is well and favorably known, cumlted to a siege of the grip iaiha nUdle
not only as ai; educator, hut also an a min- of winter, and was left la a ranch weave am*
ister of the gospel, as for a numher of years ditinn. My kidneys were feeifhllj die
he was pastor of the United Brethren church ordered, and my digestion became rwy EWCh
at Charlotte, Mich., before coming to Harts- 1 was indeed iu a bad condition,
villa. i “A minister in ooaferenee learning mt w
condition advised me to trr Dr. wUUmt
A Pink Pills for Pale People. I bad M
/ much about the wonderful curative powers
t of this medicine, bat it wee with relnetunne
JL . |H that I was finally persuaded to try it, no ft
Jj&Vs 39 seemed that nothing could do me any gaan.
\iW "—99 However, 1 procured three boxteef puls and
■L J fT) took them strictly according to dfieethm
By the time the last dose was token I wne
MR almost cured, and in better beahh ton I
ww yT - had been for years. I continued using 9e
T7“ pills awhile longer and was entirely end.
—1 can cheerfully recommend Br. WlUbto
Pink Pills for Pale People.”
V .;Sach was Professor Bowman’s wendm9l
whirh was further endorsed by the fo^
. !, Uaetsviix*, lad., link U.UW.
/ T 'W I affirm that the above aooorda witk 9a
• f *mrm "* W facts in mv ease.
nan i e» • B. 8. BoWHAK
ritor. b. s. novoAX. Subscribed and sworn to before mn9fc
Some tint*- *«o he lia<i a M-vcre illness 16th day of March, 1897.
wkiek was cunil almost miraculously. A LYMAN J. SCUDDBK, Bbsplblb
reporter ht-arintr of this, interviewed him re- STATE OF INDIANA, «.
garding his exjirtieno*. Pro*'. Bowman was J>r. ’Williams 1 Pink PQb for Malb9
m the mi«B* ol his work » hi*u the reporter contain all the elements neeemmy to glvn MV
called, bat he cheerfully gave him a heur- life and richness to the blood and restore 99
ing- tered nerves. They are mid in boxen (never
A year aim last rail,” said the wnfroor, in loose form, by the denen or hundred) nk9
14 1 broke down with nervous txnaustion, cents s box, or six boxes for s2.so,and maybe
and was unahie to properly at tend to my had of all druggists or directly by nafl mam
duties. I tried different phyxtehm** but with Dr. Williams’lfediaißn Company, bbaMO
SO relief, and al«i teed many different pro- tady, N.Y.
fSrtCASTORIA
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I i‘onmi,Morphine nor Mineral ■ // V>7 , vzl
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