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MAXWELL .V. BROS.
LOW PRICE CASH SALE HAVING PROVEN SUCH A GREAT SUCCESS, And given such satisfaction to both them selves and their customers, the same will be continued until further notice. The large sales of the past few weeks have made room for large assortments of new, fresh and seasonable goods, which are now arriving and will be Sold for Cash only At the Cut Prices recently Inaugui^ted. MAXWELL BROS., Rocky Ford, Colo. LEGAL BLANKS FOR SALE. The following legal blanks may be purchased at the Enterprise office: KAMI PRICE EACH I NAME PRICE EACH Warr’y deed 5c I Chattel m’t’g 5c Quit claim deed 5c I Deed of trust 5c Farm leases 5c I Town leases 5c Bond for deed 5c ■ Bill of sale 5c HOWARD. PHOTOGRAPHER. PTJBBLO, OOXaO. M. A. DAWLKT. Wk BWINK. H. B. DYE. DAWLEY, SWINK & CO. Successors to MAXWELL & STEWARD, STOVES, HEATERS and COOKERS. The Finest Line ever brought to Rocky Ford. HARDWARE, A Complete Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware. TINWARE AND ROPE. FURNITURE. UNDERTAKERS and EMHALMERS. Plumbing and Plumbers Supplies. A TIN SHOP in connection in charge of a practical tinnner. Job Work a Specialty. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Notice for Publication. (First Pub. Oct. 12,1893.) _ Load Oflce at Pueblo, Colo., Oct. 7,1898. If piles Is hereby given tbat the following named —lt>s« baa lied notice of his Intention to make daal proof In support of his claim, sod that Mid proof will be made before tho clerk of the ooanty oourt in and for Otero county, Colorado, at La Junta. Colo., on Dec. lfW.\u HBrfBVOI.A7.IKU. HE No «W for the MEM MEM. N» 9E* Sec 3)2 and W* S W ft Bee »Tp feta Hope MW. He ns■ its the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and .cultiva tion of said land, vlr: John M. Hersperger. Daniel Hersperger, Rocky Ford, Oolo: william Haokworth, John Moore, 0100720010. „ „ , FRARK B. Baldwin, Register. HWkATI THE STMUCM. OVER AND BOWELS, MMFY TMB BLOOD. A MUAHE lEMEDY FOB MlmimM) BtaiadD, Cwtl* ■ l‘--,rmur*~. —*~ UwTiwUm, nt—n—% Mad CwqlmWb, pyowtery. —1 Um mmd Imnla r» ti- Mtktac hjsrtoas to tho in 1U lißseSo ■■■■urwUns nmm sStotoko. ah«MnL atis h—nii»si wtirf MtlftNMkh AWhd hotlls sml IorBHUI oasamMSof MsHSa Allws TUB RIPAM ©MIMICAL CO. » ntoos hob, raw you city. miu/mnfinii Shorthand Institute. tum hi him Itt Flar if Hack Uock, =. ink a ftlHtaWto Sta., Denver, Cole. tDaHog tba jma* ynrwj^mv^sM MaktSiaSasT^ Bath Oraham and Edactlc SyotonM a< Shorthand are tooK-KEErnie, LA ROUST. CHEAPEST and BEST. Hr BtaMrf Mil M, or If, A PH.HHI g 8. BEALL, ittoiw-at-LiT, ROCKY FORD, - COLORADO. MF~lrrigation Law a Specialty. S. W. Cressy, stow § cm Eipw. Ditch Work a Specialty. ROCKY FORD, - - - COLO ADO. MES. TOURTELLOTTE, Confectionery, POST OFFICE BUILDING, Headquarters for Confectionery, Cigars, Fruits, Stationery, etc. Best of Homemade Bread always on hand. 16tf SCOTT &RURGESS, TONSORIAL : PARLORS. JBi*in jjfaeef, gotkg Jgori, Finely Equipped, and does the Best of Work. 17tf Hotel De Seely, J. W. ATKINSON, Prop. BOARD BY THE BAY OH WEEK Tables Supplied With the Best the Harket Affords. When in Town and want a SQUARE MEAL Go to the V HOTEL DE SEELY. V Gold! (told! Gold! Why not vir'.e thz Great Gold Camp —Cripple Creek? The Atchison, Topeka k Santa Fe and Colorado Midland have through tickets on sale at all offices, to this wonderful gold discovery, byway of Divide and Hundley's stage line. This is the most comfortable and pleasant route to reach the gold fields. Ask the ticket agent for fnrt)fter particulars. PERSONAL. H. I. Maxwell transacted business in Pueblo Monday. J. E. Godding spent a few hours in Rooky Ford this week. Rev. D. W. Burt is coining home from his Texas hunting trip. G’. H. Harper, of Pueblo, was in town on Monday on a piano deaL 1 Treasurer-elect Reynolds will enter upon the duties of his office Jan. 14th. Hon. Platt Wicks yet visits us, if the election is over, being in town Tuesday. George Peck, water commissioner, of Las Animas, was in town on Saturday. There is joy in the home of W. W. Wright over the arrival of a new girl babe. Oscar Corpe is laid by for repairs by reason of mashing his foot when fixing a separator. Senator Swink and the editor of the Entbbpkisb will attend the Ordway Farmers' club meeting this evening. W. P. Noe, proprietor of the West ho tel building, accompanied by his brother, LJ. Noe, of Greenland, Colo., are in town this week on business. Married, Sunday, Nov. 12, at the resi dence of the bride's parents near Rocky Ford, by Rev. W. Mayo, Mr. Wm. F. Crider and Miss Edith Atkins. F. J. Verooe of Cripple Creek is spend ing a few days with his family in Rooky Ford. He speaks well of the mining in terests of Cripple Creek, but says there are 2,000 men in tho camp out of work. Messrs. Cowles, French and Cooks of Chicago, and G. C. Maxwell of Rocky Ford, had a pleasant and successful hunt in the cedars, killing two deer and a Quantity of smaller game, returning Fri day. Lewis Kells, agent of the Mutual Life, came in the other day saying he had been out through the country and was very tired — and that the country doubtless reciprocated the feeling. Nevertheless, the insurance agent really has a place in the economy of our complex institutions. Boone Best started Saturday last for Chillioothe, Mo., where he will attend commercial school for the winter, this being his second term at the same school. Rooky Ford now has five young men away fitting themselves for business lives: Walter Calkins, Elmer Comer and John Wasson at Holton, Kas., Curtis Phenicie at Emporia, Kaa, and Mr. Best. A portion of tho teachers of onr public schools took advantage of their enforced vacation to take a picnic excur ion last week. The party, composed of Prof. Bolles and wife, G. H. Taylor and wife. Miss Guthrie and Miss Gates, drove to a pleasant spot beyond Gatlin where a picnic dinner was served. Hot coffee made over a cottonwood fire added to the enjoyment. The fifth anniversary of the marriage of M. E. Springer and wife oocured Sat urday and a few friends were in to help oelebrate. The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. J. EL Tonrtellotte, Mrs. and Mrs. G. C. Maxwell and W. E. Tourtollette. The prevalence of scarlet fever kept away many intended guests. The evening was pleasantly spent with High Five, closing with an . enjoyable lnnch at midnight. The above named and many other friends wish Mr. and Mrs. Springer many happy returns of this wedding anniversary. ROCKY FORD SCHOOLS. Report for Month Ending Soy. 8, '9B. booms—l 2 8 4 5 Enrollment. 59 43 31 23 21 Average Attendance.... 49 33 2tt 21~T9~ Per ct. of Attendance.. ■9B 91 96 97 97 Room No. I. Pupils neither absent nor tardy: Emma Allen Guy Comer Letha Deweese Eva Green Willie “ Ernie Gerbing Ansel “ Mary Gobm Charlie Hughes Carrie Waterman Bertie Oamun Lee Hughes Lenore McDonald Mary Robb Luoy Sherman Clessie Scott Joseph Sahn Claud Swink Mabel Vreeland Clara Webster Minnie Wood Clara Wheat Phoebe Osmun Bessie Taylob, Teacher. Room No. 2. Pupils neither absent nor tardy: Orville Kearby Carl Larmore Arthur Manning Elwood Osmun Charlie Robins Eunice Robb Ossian Terry Clara Whiteker Lottie Williams Maud Wood Carlos Wilson Willie Anderson James Crosley Enla Deweese James Evans Bertha Guinea Paul Gobin Sarah Hoover Mbs. Gabdbnikb, Teacher. Room No. B. Pupils neither absent nor tardy: John Swift Minnie Gerbing Alta Barker Minnie Bobb Letha Waterman Graoe Snowden Howard Bobb Belle Evans Stella Hills Robert Smith Bessie Clark lan this Todd Jay Smith Eugene Bobb Bennie Crosley Charley Gurnee Lauba M. Gates, Teacher. Room No. 4. Pupils neither absent nor tardy: Charlie Cheney Jimmie Guthrie Rena Jackson Abbie Gobin Jessie Larmore Agnes Clark Tommy Scott Nbllxb F. Guthrie, Teacher. Room No. 5 Pupils neither absent nor tardy: Gertrude Kellogg Mand Larmore Hannah Swink Belle Swink Nellie Seely Effie Webster F. B. Bolles, Teacher. school notes. School is dosed this week on account of scarlet fever. Ninety per cent of all the eases of tar diness the past month can be traced to four families. Parents, will yon help ns make a better reoord next month? The pnpils of the junior class are mas tering some tongh problems in algebra. There are five tuition pnpils in the high school this year. The new desks and new black boards have much improued the appearance of room No. 3. James Crosley, by regular attendance and hard work, has earned promotion from No. 2 to No. 3. The pnpils of No. 4 are taking consid erable interest in drawing. One new pupil, Luetta Knock, joined the ranks or the juniors last month. Mamie Guthrie and Carl Clark loet several days because of sickness. —A coal famine was threatened last week and for a time it looked as if the tactics of two years ago would have to be adopted. Then the town was almost en tirely out of ooal and train loads of it were passing through to eastern points. After enduring this as long as possible the citizens by common consent absolute ly "held up” a train, pulling the pins and telling the engineer that ne could not proceed until a couple of oars of ooal were set out. Telegrams to headqnnrters soon brought the order to leave the de sired cars and comfort onco more reigned ia Rocky Ford homes. OUR CORRESPONDENCE. ORDWAY. Special CorresDondeuoe of tho Bntbupmsb. Dodge Hale was in town Saturday. Potatoes are being harvested with good returns. Election ia over and all ia quiet on the Potomac. Mias Anna Roberts, formerly of Rye, is visiting her parents here. W. F. Roberts will spend the winter in Chicago, having secured employment. The Ordway Milling and Elevator Co. have been busy for the past two weeks receiving grain for storage. Yonr ink slinger has been contemplat ing suicide—matrimony, wo mean; but it is all the same—hence no news. Rev. 0. A. Edwards has returned from Chicago having spent three weeks very pleasantly sight seeing. Rev. C. A. Edwards preached to a very attentive audience Sunday night; the subject bein'* the World's Fair. The young people of Ordway and vi cinity gave a supper at the church last Tuesday evening that was well patron ized. W. G. Shumate has purchased one half of the entire stock of the Ordway Mercantile Co. thereby adding strength to its weak financial condition. The Ordway Literary and Debating Society, which has heretofore handled great and important subjects without gloves, will soon be reorganized. The Ordway Mercantile Co. have re ceived a new nay press and arc now pre pared to do finite lass pressing—no solic itations of orders from the fair sex. Wm. Boyd is building a new house and Madam Rumor says that he will take unto himself an Ordway Belle. May their pathway be strewn with the bless ings of life. Nixie. FOWLER. Special Correspondence of tho Enterprise. Fowler needs a bridge across the Ar kansas. The Misses Lillie and Eva Rowan left Fowler for Denver last week. Mrs. C. G. Ament is in Fowler visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sims. Flickinger k Wright are threshing al falfa seed in the vicinity of Fowler. S.A.MoDonald, Rocky Ford’s bicyclist, is doing some carpenter work on the Lock hart place. W. 8. Partridge of the D. kR. G. treasurer’s office, is spending a few days in Fowler looking after his interests here and recruiting hjp health. It is well worth a person's time to visit J.S.Lockhart’s place and see the feed racks being built. It is the finest cattle ranch in this portion of the state. Nearly all the hay and pasture around here has been bought by home parties for feeding purposes, which shows that Fowler has a home market of its own. Our literary for Friday promises to be a good one. The question for debate, “Capital Punishment," was brought over from Inst Friday night on account of J.H. Crowley’s speech. Attorney Beall and two gentlemen,who were tho advance agents of a large Swed ish colony, were in Fowler Sunday. Ac cording to all reports the prospects of a colony at Fowler are bright. The Misses Lena and Emma Remick who have been nursing their brother George, returned to Denver Tuesday tak ing George with them. He will go to St. Luke's hospital where Miss Emma ia a nurse. The stockholders of the Oxford Farm ers Ditch Co. met Saturday and elected the following offioers for the ensuing year W. Fen lason;Seo.,H.D.G Nancredo; Tress.,Andy Waddington; director at large, Chos. Taylor. Hon.J. H. Crowley addressed our liter ary Friday eve. He spoke of the great extent and value of the school lands in Otero county, the water resources of tho Twin lakes and the great value of that reservoir to the valley. He also suggest ed the propriety of farmers’ organizations discussing matters which pertain to leg islative action, that their representatives may have an indication of their constitu ents’ views. He urged that there was need of more thorough experiments in feeding alfalfa to cattle, and said the Rocky Ford Experiment Station should conduct a series of experiments with al falfa cut at different times and fed to cat tle of various ages both with and without grain. Such a trial would be of tho great est value to the ranchmen of the whole valley. Alexis. Special New Year’s Edition. We ask the active co-operation of our friends in making a specially attractive number of the New Year’s edition of the Entkbpbisb. We wish that edition to contain a short personal sketch of every subscriber. Give ns the date of yonr coming to Otero county, from whence, your business, and give yonr views of the climate, health and general advant ages of yonr present as compared with yonr former home. We wish every sub scriber to attend to this at once that we may have the matter in hand in advance of the day of publication, for arrange ment, classification, etc. If you will promptly send ns this information yon will aid in making one of the most read able editions of a local paper ever issued in Colorado. “Sweet Charity." In the Artists’ Exhibition of 1803 at the New York Academy of Design, there was exhibited an oil-painting by J. L. G. Ferris, entitled “Sweet Charity”. Its richness of coloring commanded instant attention, while the lesson it taught was so impressive that one naturally returned to it for a second view. Its subject is a young lady of colonial times who is on an errand to one of the poorer families of the town. She bas a sensible, charming face, which expresses with remarkable fidelity the sentiment of her errand. There is not a home that this charming picture will not. ornament. It must be seen to be appreciated. “Sweet Charity” was purchased by the Publishers of The Youth’s Companion and has been reproduced in colors in large size, 14^x21. It will be sent to all new subscribe re to The Youths Companion who will send 8L75 for a yean subscription, and the paper will also be sent Free from the time the subscription is received, to Jan. 1894, and for a full year from that date, to January, 1895. This offer includes the Double Sonveair Numbers published at Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. Address, Thb Youth’s Companion, Boston, Mass. —School will be resumed Monday, the authorities having decided that it will be fully safe, all needed precautions having been taken. —Call at the Entbkfbisk office for legal blanks or send your orders per mail and they will be promptly filled, postage paid. tf —G. D. Gerbing k Son are prepaging to open a branch meat market near the corner of Third and Main, Pueblo. —Liquor habit cured at Dr. Fenton’s Institute, Rocky Ford, Colo, 25tf Call on Dawley, Swiuk 6c Co. for the beet heatiug stove in the markeL Tame rabbits, variety of colors, 50c per pair. Enquire at Enter prise office. 25-27 Dr. Bryant, the Dentist, of La Junta, will visit Rocky Ford Nov. 27th for two or three days. 25 A. C* COMER & Co. are buying Alfalfa Seed, Grain and Hay at the Swiuk Warehouse. One fourth Cash down on Alfalfa Seed. See them before selling. 23-26 These frosty mornings remind householders of the need of stoves. The place to buy them is at Daw ley, Swiuk <& Co’s, where the larg est variety of the best makes will be found at the lowest prices. Stock Pasture- Water running through it. Also twenty tons of alfalfa hay for sale, convenient for feed in pasture. Pasture in good condition. Enquire of Chas. TevrSfe south of town, Eastwood place. utt SroT Cash and the top of the market for Alfalfa Seed and Oats is being paid by the Old Reliable, the Exchange, which will not be outbid. See the Exchange before selling. The Oak family of stoves have a reputation not equalled by any other make. Ellingwood & Hauck have for sale the popular Burr Oak, which as a heater and for economy of fuel stands at the head of the list See them before making a purchase of a stove of any kind. Beggs’ Family Medicines. Your troublesome cough can be re lieved in just five minutes by the use of Beggs’ Cherry Cough Syrup, and one 60c bottle will effectually cure any ordinary oough. Sold and warranted by E. W. Kearby. Unusual Bargains at Jones'. Many Goods at Ceet and Below. Beginning today I offer the. fol lowing lines of goods at prices never before known in Rocky Ford: Underewear, Dress Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes and Notions. All of which are now on sale for cash at actual cost and in many cases below cost If you have money to spend here is the place to get the most for it JA& W. JONES, Rocky Ford. Removal. The Enterprise will now be fonnd up stairs in the Carlton block, where we have better facilities than heretofore for the publication of the best paper in Otero county. Call and see ne. 23-26 Boggs' Family Medicines. Beggs* Cherry Cough Syrup is ut the head for curing coughs and colds. It re lieves nil irritation at onoe and effects u permanent cure quicker than any other oough syrup on the market Sold and warranted by E. W. Kearby. For Sale by the Owner. A ranch of 160 acres ;120 acres of tillable land; 80 acres under Catlin dich,balance under Highliue and Otero ditches; all fenced; 100 acres now cultivated; 30 acres in alfal fa; 100 growing fruit trees; 80 inch es of water goes with the place. Two room house and stable room for 8 head of horses. Plenty of water for stock, and other conven iences; 34 miles from Rocky Ford, in a good location. Farm imple ments go with the place, also half the crop if sold within the next 30 days. Apply at this office. —ls your hair falling ont or turning gray? Do not get disoouraged and say it cannot be stopped. Beggs’ Hair Ke newer will effectually stop it. We give a positive guarantee with every bottle. E. W. Kearby. Piles! Piles! Piles! They can be relieved at once and in time effectually cured by a thorough use of Beggs’ German salve. Ws give a pos itive guarantee with every box. E. W. Kearby. Before Running Away From cold weather, inquire of J. B. Pearce, agent of the Santa Fe in Rocky Ford, relative to cheap rates for a winter tour to Texas, New Mexico or Old Mex ioo. To follow the sunshine may be prove cheaper than buping hard coal. It Don’t cost much to try. Country Produce Wanted. We want on subscription at the Ev- TXBPBisx office: One dosen hens. Two turkeys. Two pigs. 17 dozen eggs. 5 bushels potatoes. 10 bushels wheat. 40 fence poets. One load threshed alfalfa hay. One small load of com. We hope among our many fanner readers that all these wants will be sup plied before Thanksgiving. Santa Fe Time Card. EABTBOUHD. NO. ft.— 6:35, A. X. No. U, Local— 7:00 r.M. No. 6, Limited*- 11:49 r. u. WESTBOUND. No. 7. 0 12. p. m. Belly Bly—— 10:20 a. m. o. 5. Limited*— 4:18 A. M. No. 43, Local ISi A. M. * Does not stop. J. B Pearce. Agent Rooky ford Market Report. [Prices given are from first hands.] Alfalfa Hay, per ton 96 25 ft S 3 00 Native Hay “ *' ... 99 00 ft 910 00 Alfalfa Seed, per B> 8o Com, per bo. of 80 lb 25ft 30c Oats, per 100 lbs ft 85c Cora Chop “ 91 00 Bye “ 90c Barley ** 80c Wheat ** 70©80o Flour “ 91 90ft 92 00 Bran “ 91 00 Buckwheat, per 100 lbs 95 00 Graham Flour “ 91 80 Cora Meal “ 91 60 Butter, per lb 20c Eggs, per duz. - 20ft22c TURNED OUT of Humphrey Beat’s pasture lust week, one iron gray gelding four years old, branded on left should or Diamond F. Anyone knowing where he may be found will please send word to the undersigned. N. W. Terry. —Attorney General Engley has decid ed that county treasurers are not re quired to sell property for taxes within the year in wliicu the same becomes de linquent. The Best Plaster.— Dampen a pieoe of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind it over the sent of pnin. It is better than any plaster. When the luugs are sore such uu application ou the chest an another on the back, between the shoulder blades, will often prevent pneu monia. There is nothing so good for a lame back or a pain in the side. A sore throat can nearly always bo cured in one night by applying a flannel bandage dampened with Puin Balm. 50 cent bot tles. For sale by W. E. Fenton A Co. —Regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. Friday Nov. 17, at Presbyterian church. Mrs. Kellogg will conduct a parliament ary drill. —Are your children subject to croup? If so, you should never be without a bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. It is a oertuin cure for croup, and has never been known to fail. If given free ly as soon as the croup cough appears it will prevent the attack. It is the sole reliance with thousands of mothers who have croupy children, and never disap doints them. There is no danger in giv ing this Remedy in large and freqnent doses, as it contains nothing injurious. 50 oent bottles. For sale by W. E. Fenton A Co’ —At the last meeting of the W.C. T.U. a resolution was passed tendering thanks to the voters in the lute election who gave the right of suffrage to women. Mr. Moore, the postmaster at Brad shaw, V&. after reading an advertisement of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy, concluded to try a small bottle of it. He says: “I used it hi two cases for colic and three for Diarrhoea with perfect satisfaction. I have handled and used a great deal of patent medicine but never tned any that gave as good results as this.” For sale by W. E. Fenton A Co. —A slight change of time will be ob served in the Santa Fe time card this week, the morning east bound passenger arriving here at 6.35 instead of 6:28. The same change is made in the west bound freight. Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for the past twelve years, says: “Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other cough medicine I have sold.” There is good reason for this. No other will enre a oold so quickly; no other is so certain a preventive and cure for croup; no other affords so much releif in eases of whooping congh. For sale by W. E. Fenton A Co. Stockholders' Meeting. Rocky Ford, Colo , Nov. 16. 1883: Notice is hereby given that the annual mooting of tho stockholders of the Rocky Ford Canal, Reservoir. Land, Loan and Trust company, will be held at tho office of the sec retary of the company at Rocky Fed. Colo., on Monday, Dec. 11th, at2o'clock, P. M* for the purpone of electing a board of five direct or** for the ensuing year, and the transaction of any other business properly coming bef jre said meeting. liy order of the Board of Directors, 25-28 B. U. DTE. President. Notice of Trustee’s Sale. Whereas, 11. Rnrton Cave, of tliooounty of Pueblo aud state of Colorado, did by his deed of trust dated the first day of May, A. I>., 1801, and recorded on tho 23rd day of De cember, A. !>., 1881, In book 7, at page 301, of tbs records of Otero county, Colorado, con vey to P. O. Boott, aa trustee, the following described reul estate situated lu the county of Otero, and state of Colorado, to wit: The west half of the southeast quarter of section tun. In township twcuty-thruu, south, of range fifty-seven, west, of thrflt.fi Principal Meridian, containing eighty acres of land, more or less; together with nil water rights Including six (6) shares of tho capital stock of tbe Rocky Ford Canal. Reservoir, Land. Loan A Trust C0..t0 secure the payment of his one certain promissory note of even date with unld deed of trust, for live hundred LtsUo] dol- I lurs.payublo to tbe order of tbe Bent-Otero Im provement Co, ut tbe Bent Count/ Hank, Las Antigua, Colo., eleven months after tbe date thereof, with Interest thereon from date at ten percent, per annum, and Whereas.lt Is provided In said trust deed, that lu case or default In tho puyment of said note according to its tenor, then the said note secured by said trust deed, might at the op tion of the legal holder of said note liecomo due and payable, and the said premises be sold In the matter, and at the tlmo and plucu spool fled In said deed of trust, thirty day’s notice having been previously given of the time of sucb sale by advertisement lu one of tbe newspapers at that tlmo published In said Otero countv, and Whereas, default has been mado In the pay ment of suld note and of the Interest thereon, and said default still continues, and there re mains duo and unpaid a balance on said note of tbe sum of three hundred and one dollars and soventy-llvo cents [1301.75], and whereas, the legal bolder of tbe said note baa declared tbe said note duo and Payable. Now, therefore, at the request of the lognl holder of said note and by virtue of tho authority conferred on me by the said deed of trust, notlee Is hereby given that on Monday the lkth day of December. A. D. 1883, at the hour of. ten o'clock in the forenoon. at tho front door of tho court house In the county of Otero. In the state of Colorado. 1. the under signed P. U. Hcott. trustee, will sell tbe above described real estate ut public auction to tbe highest and best bidder for cash In hand, for the purpose of paying tbe said note and the interest thereon, uud all monies advanced on account of thin loan. Including any monies advanced to par taxes and assessments, and all costs aud expenses of exoouting this trust. P. O. Bcott. Trustee. First publication November 16th, 1893. 25-29 Note-H. B. Cave has disposed of bis Interest In above property. Chattle Mortgage Sale. Whereas, George B. Vickers, by bis certain chattle mortgage, dated on the sth day of April. 1893, and recorded in tbe office of tbe Recorder of Otero oounty. State of 'Colorado. In Rook eighteen (18) on page one hundred and forty (140) conveyed to T F Godding and Q H Winchell, to secure tbe payment of throe oertafu promissory notes therein described, tbe following described personal property, to-wlt: One dun ntare branded H left shoulder. One light sorrel mare left shoulder. One crippled brown mare H right shoulder. One sorrel marc H right shoulder. One brown moreleft hip and right shoulder. Ono brown gelding U right hip and Tjjjp right shoulder. One gray£marc H loft shoulder. One bav gelding hipped H left shoulder. One brown mare TFG right shoulder. One sorrel gelding DD left shoulder and TFG right shoulder. And 14 head of 2 and 3 year old colt*, all branded on right shoulder, together with the Increase of all mares of tbe above described lot of horses, also 994 head of sheep all marked A in red paint, together with tnelr increase. One speckled cow. dehorned. All farming implements used on tbe 8B i of sec. 25 Tp. 22. H 59 in Otero oouuty, Colo rado. And whereas, by the terms of said chattle mortgage tho said Godding A Winchell In caae of default In the payment of said notes or any Krt thereof, are authorized to take poeeess i of said property and sell the same for the best price that can be obtained either at pub lic or private sale. And whereas, default bas been made In tbe payment of the said notes, now therefore by virtue of tho authority in us vested by the terms of said clmtf lo mort gage, we will on the 17tb day of November. l&Ki. commencing at 2 o’clock, PM. at tbe re quest of the legal holder and owner of said notes, on the 8W 4of sectiou seven (7) Tp. 29 8 range 57 W In Otero county. Colorado, sell the said property, at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash for the pur pose of paying said notes and the expenses of this sale. T. F. GODDING. 54-23 G. H. W INCHILL. Little, Rnt Oh Mv! Beggv’ Little Giant Pill* boat the world. They net like magic, with DO bod result**. One pill a dose; 40 donee 1 bottle, bold and guaranteed by E. W. Kearby. ROOMS and Board for students attending school fr* m the coun try. Enquire of N. W. Teuuy, FOR SALE —An 80-acre farm, one mile west of Rocky Ford school house; good 4-room house, barn, sheds ana lots; 2 good 100- barrel cisterns; 6 seres fruit trees, nil kinds; shade trees all around the house; hog and cow pastures, fenced sepuratel v. Under the High Line diten. Call on or address. D. C. Seaman, Rocky Ford, Col. § a. McDonald, Contractor and Builder. Plans and Hpeclflcatlana Furnished os Application. Apply at Dye's Warehouse. nEO. A. KILGORE, Attorney-at-Law, X.A JUNTA, - - COLORADO. My law library of 0M vole, gives me facili ties seldom found lu country towns for tho transaction of legul business. J. H. BLAND, D. D. &, DENTIST. (321 Santa Fe Avenue.) Over J. Sleglo •’& Bro'a. Dry Goods Store. Pueblo, ... Colo. T? C. GOBIN, * Attorney at Law, and NOTARY PUBLIC ROCKY FORD, COLORADO. LARMORE BROS., CONTRACTORS. Stone and Brick Work. Rocky Ford, Colo. ri M. ROBINS, Juxtlce of the Pence COLLECTIONS MADE. KOCKY FORD. COLOBADO. jar - Godding A Stcole’s Office. GEO. DARRING, CONTRACTOR i BUR, All Work OasroatsoA. ROCKY FORD, - COLORADO. -- - i-- ■'■■■■■■agggsßSggggg Trustee's Sale. Whereas. Am he I Russell and Warren P~ Russell di<l by their Deed of Trust (Indent ure) dated Feb. 21st, 1890, and recorded* ftu Hook seven (7) on page two hundred nineteen* (219). 1.. the ltoooruur s office In and for Otero county. Coii.redo, grant and convey to J. M. Hendricks. Trustee, and to the noting Sheriff of Otero county. Colorado, an successor In trust to secure the payment of their one cer tain promissory note bearing even date therewith for tbe sum of eighteen hundred (1800) dollars, parable to the order of Andrew McClelland, one year from tbe date thereof and bearing Interest at the rate of one and one-half per oent. (lit) per month. Mid Inter est being parable quarterly, tbe following described real estate situate, lying and being in the county of Otero and state of Colorado, to-wlt: The north one-balf (ntt) of tbe southeast quarter (se!«> and the north one-balf (utt) of tho southwest quarter (swJi) of section one (1) in townsnlp twenty-throe (23) south, range lif ty-seven (5?) west, and dkl stipulate that In case of default of payment of said note or any part tboreof. or the Interest tbereon, ac cording to tbe tenor and effect of said note, then It shall and may be lawful for Mid party of tho second part, his heirs. assigns or suc cessor In trust to sell and dispose of tbe said premises, aud all the rlirht, title, benefit and equity of redemption of said parties of the first part, tbelr heirs or assigns therein, at public auction, at tbe front door of the court house In the oounty of Otero. In tbe state of Colorado, for tbe highest and best priee tbe Mine will bring in cash, thirty (30)days public notice having been previously given of the time of sucb sale, by advertisement In one of tbe newspapers at that time published In said Otero county: and Whereas, default has been made In the pay ment of said principal sum of elgteen hun dred (1800) dollars, with Interest thereon from Feb. 21st. 1881 and the entire principal and Interest since sahldate Is now due and unpaid and Whorras, J. M. Hendricks, the Mid trusteo, has removed and Is absent from tbe Mid county of Otero, Now therefore, at the request of the legal bolder and owner of sahl note, and by virtue of tbe au thority In me vested by tbe terms and provis ions of said deed of trust. 1, H. W. Potter, act ing Sheriff of Otero county, Colorado, and successor In trust aa aforesaid, do hereby glvo notice that on Monday, tbe 27th day of November, A. I>„ 1883. at nine (9) o'clock. a,m. of that day. at the front door of the court house In tbe county of Otero, In the state of Colorado. 1 will sell the above described prop erty, apd all tbe right, title' benefit. Interest ana equity of redemption of tho Mid Asahcl Russell and Warren P. Russell, their heirs and assigns therein, for the highest and best price tbe same will bring In cash, for tbe purpose of paying Mid note and interest and costs of executing this trust. 11. W. POTTER, Sheriff of Otero oounty, Colorado and suc cessor In trust. First pub. Oct. »tb. 1888. 22-28 Trustee *s Sale. Whereas. John Gwyn. of tbo oounty of Otero, (formerly Bent). State of Colorado, did by his deed of trust dated February 21st, 1889. and recorded March 4 1889 in book 2ft. page 604 of tho records of Otero (formerly Bent) oounty. convey to Henry J. Aldrich, trustee, tho fol lowing described real estate, sltunted in the oounty of Otero (formerly Bent) state of Colo rado. to wit: The Btt of Jill, the BW4 of NE4 and tho SK4 of NWt of BeeATwp 24 S R 54 West of tho 6th p. m., containing 160 acres more or less, to secure the pavment of his principal note of 9350 together with ten cou pon notes of 914 each dated February 21st 1889 and payable to the order of Chas. A. Stillman and due on the Ist days of Jaeuary and July respectively after the date of the said pnnsh pal note with Interest on the Mid coupon notes at the rate of two per oent per month at ter matnrtty.- Whbheas. ft Is provided in and bygaiddned of trust that In default of payment of sain principal note or any of Mid coupon noses or any pert thereof at the time tbe same shall become due and payable, then all of said notes with Interest up to tbo date of sale at tbe eleotion of the legal holder thereof shall at ones become due end payable, and oo re quest Mid trustee shall advertise and eel! the M W(fraEAS?*hhifau)t has been asade In tbe payment of coupon note dne July 1, 1899, and such defsult still oontinuas all of said notes have been declared due and payable by tbe legal bolder thereof. Now. TnaiuronE. at tbe request of tbe legal bolder of Mid notes, 1 will, as trustee as aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 22ad day of No vember. 1808, between tbe hoars of lx m. aod 2 o'clock p. m. of that day. at the Tremont street door of tbe court house. In the city of Denver, oounty of Arapahoe, and state of Colorado, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, all tbe above described premises, and all rights aod equities. Including homestead for tbe purpose of paying the said notea, and all Interest thereon together with all the expens es of this proceeding, as by the terms or said deed of trust I am fully authorised and em powered to do. Hawar J. Aldsicm^ Rted Denver. Colo.. OeL 14. lIM, le of first pubMottCJcw Oet 19, (ft