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January 17, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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"'Little Strokes The Sick. Postmester Williams succumbed to grip on last Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Williams has also been struggliug with the same ailment. [ Mrs. Burrows is on the smk list while Mr. Burrows is able to b: up and around. Horace Means was taken down with the grip last Thursday and may be com- pellad.to abaudon the Salt Lake trip. T. M. Alexander and eva, Glenn, are reported am being under the weather. E. M. Green was wrestling with an at- tack of grip the latter part or the week J~ Morgan was taken sick on last Thursday night and the physiman pro- nounces bin trouble pneumonia. Mrs. James Creger is another member of the grip club. Callie Mack is also a grip sufferer. Birt Clare and his entire family are also having a siege with the prevailing trouble. # Nod Lcokett and family have been on the sick list. Mrs. Wm. F. Boyd has also been con- fined to her bed with a combination of grip and neuralgia. STATZ OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLZDO, ? LuoAe CoU~T~ ~ ss. FnANK J. Cmr~z'l n,akee oath that he is 1the eeuior partner of the firm of F. J. CmcNz~ & Co., doing businelm in the City of Toledo, County and L4tate afaresaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATAB~ CUR~. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Pubhc Bali's ('atarrh Cure is taken internally and acta directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of abe system. Send for testimoeiala, free. F. J. CH~NEY & CO., 'toledo. O. Sold byDruggists, 75c. HalPs Family Pills are the best. A trade took place in the Lookett family last week. W.C. Lockett traded his cattle and the Higgins ranch just east of town, to his father--W. A. Lockett~ tot one of his ranches in the 41 country known as the Murphy place. A large number of Victor psople, in- cluding several men and their families are moving to the vamp of Creatone in Sa~ua~he county.--Republican. Cut thkout and take it to the Sa guache Pharmacy and get a free sample ot Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, the b~t phyeie. They also cure disorders of the stomavh, biliousness and headache. G. O. ~lllor Wlsiskiesp a~ dee4dedly flna SEALED Sneeze and blow, hut you can't get permanent relief from catarrh un- less you purify your blood. H~od's Sar- S, lmrilla does th/., soothe and heals the inflamed surfaces, removes all scroful- ous taints, and cures catarrh. Sick headache Is cured by Hood's pills. 25 cents. At her home in Carnero, Saguaehe county, Colorado, on Wednesday night, January 9, 1901, Rufina Espinosa, wlf~ot J. J. Espinoss, aged 62 years. Mrs. E~t, lno~a has been an invMid for some years and her death resulted from i consumption. The husband and family have the symimthy of a large circle of friends in their bereavemel)t. The in- terment was made on Saturday in the Los Magotes cemetery. In this city, January 4, 1901, R~Dert i Alfred Garrison, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wflham R. Garrison, aged 2 months and "24 days. Funeral services were held at the par- ents residence yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The interment was at Mt. Olivet cemetery.--Salt Lake Tribune. Mrs Garrison was formerly Miss Liz- zie Noland, a resident of Saguache, and the many friends of Mrs. Garrison in this place will be pained to hear of her be- reavement. Sore and swollen joints, sharp, shoot- lug pains, torturinjz muscles, no rest, no sleep. That means rheumatism. It m a stubborn disease to fight but Chamber- lain's Pain Balm has conquered it thous- ands of times. It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered. Try it. One application relieves the pain. For sale by Saguache Pimrmacy. Surprise ]'arty. A jolly company of young people went out to the Cochrano ranch last Friday evening and gave them a welcome sur- prise. They took along music and re- freshments and had a splendid time, Those present were: Misses Manic and Blanche O'Neil, Myrtle Craig, Mable Williams, C]eo. Fellows, Frances and Lizzie Ever~t, Cora Townsend and Julia Scott; Carl and George Williams, era Craig, Arthur Ellis, Charles Lawley, Ed- gar Jones, Clarence Scott, C. L. Town- send, Gee. Davis, Ira Colvin and Homer Weimer. The merited reputation for curing piles, sores and skin diseases acquired by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the making of worthless counterfeits. Be sure to get only DeWitt's Salve. Sa- guache Pharmacy. A Correction. In reading the "ad" of The C~otthelt & Tarbell Mercantile Co. on the 8th page ot this paper the word "Capes" which appears in large type should read "Caps." The firm are giving a discount ot ~ per cent. ou Winter Caps and Lined Gloves, two articles which are very seasonable. They also have Water Capes and will sell them at bed rock prmes, too. ~Ken, Women and Children Should buy -their shoes of Sam Feast, of Moffat, and receivQ satisfaction, comfort and durability. He handles the Hamil- ton Brown Snce Co.'s shoes which are of the best in the market. A new and up to date assortment just received. a. O, Ttylor Whisklss, ar. pure m.dTclnat stlrnulan~ II n' II ~NO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Store. , = - l, TI~ACY MELVIN, M. D. PHYSIfflA~~ AND SURGEON, O~lm opamette American House.San Juan ave- aae. Calls promptly answered, day or night. ! Examining Surgeon U. 8. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa Grove. Colo. m CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at- r.aw, Saguache, Coio. i THH ANSHIOAN HOUSH SAGUAOHE, OOLO, MRS. Ms E. OOLVIN, PROP. This house has recently changed hands The new management will aim to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beds and an excellent table can be relied upon. Th0 3a[uagl]0 O0unty Bank Pioneer Bank of 8aguacbe County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 18~2. cAPrrAL STOCK, o,ooo.oo. A G~u~ad Banking Bt~i- ne~ Tra~acte& Drafts Issued on P~4ndpal Cities of Eump~ Sale Bor~ lot R~nt. OFFI CEIIgAND DIBECrOES. ISAAC GO~'HELF, Provident. LF~POLD MAYER, Vice-Prec. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. Wm F. BOYD, ~t. Cuhier, MARK BIEDFJ~I~ COBR~PONDEN I~S. Kountze Broe., New York City. Firet National Bank, Denver, Colo. iret Natioua[ Bank, Pueblo, Colo. CLARENCEHERSEY, A++ayor and Ohomi+t, [Established 1879] Leadville, - Colorado. by Mail or Zxpress ,o ve Prompt Attention. SAGUAOHE COUNTY ABSTRAOT COMPANY, balers In Saguuhe 0outy BEAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For Bale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the Is- mona grain field of Cole- redo. Property rented for non-res- Idents, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. E. E. BUI~LINGAME & C~:., CHEMICAL ASSAY OFFiCE.-.,,o,, Wktablishe.~. ia Colorsdo,18~. 6amples bymsllor apreSa mat receive prom~ fld careful attutioa hid &~llesr hll[0R IMsed, I,nee see tm~ ~S mu.se! uw. OR PUNCNAaED. ~esslstr|illla T|t|t--1001bs, or ear load Iote, Vmmuunamn, ,*.*- Wr|tefor terms. | 7 S~. 1738 LewNieo St., Denver, Ctlo. |1111 II I A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Fourth St,, SAGUACHE. I have just i added a largo and com- plete line of ~Ig~,TAKING GOODS. ~hia department is in charge of one who hu had many years experleno~ as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs frotu the cheapest to fine metalio caskets, I have a hearse. :Fell C- eat Oahs.'" The giants of the forest must MeM at last to the continual blows of the qt~vds- man. When the human btood ha~ becomg clogged and impure the little d~ps of Hood's Sarsaparilla, properly tMten, ,wig fe[[ the oak of bad Nood. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Note and receipt books and short form bills of sale at this office. J. J. Keller went to Denver last Thur~ day and returned on Sunday evening. Salida has issued $2t,000 in bonds for purpose of enlarging her'water works system. J. W. Davidson wae appointed county attorney for another year last wtmk by the commissioners. Before buying anything in the line of road wagone, carriages or buggies call on Lawrence & Williams. Walter Hall of Russell Springs is at- tending the town school~and making his home at Mrs. J. M. Ellis'. The contract to grade the railroad from Moffat to Crestone and then to Dunvau will I~ let the 20th.--Miner. There will be a dance gt Dunn's hall on Friday night, Jan. 25, 1901. All ere invited to attend. By order Com. We have taken sole control of the well known Banker's Bond 5 vent cigar finest in the land. The Saguavhe Pharmacy. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Svhwaekenberg'e restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the poetoflice. Horace Means so far recovered from the attavk of grip as to make It safe for him to attend the Salt Laka convention and he depart~ut on Sunday. The San I~hel has started work after a ~hut down for the holidays. This mint is situated six miles north of Crestone, and ranks as one of tint beat on the! range.--Miner. To Cur# a C01d In One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Qnmine Tab- lets All druggists refund the money if it tails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. Mr. Clark of Bonanza was in Salida yesterday in company with Captain Hampson. Mr. Clark is an old time en- thusiast on the virtues and the certain future of Bonanza.--Mail. Louis Svhwanbeck,tormerly state audi- tor but now travehug for the Milwau- kee Brewing company, was in Salida yesterday renewing acquaintance with many former Sahda frienck.--Mall. To T.he Public. We have moved part of our mill stork into P. M. Jones' old store building vest of C~ESOR~T office where we will con. duct a general grain business. Flours retailed at wholesale prices. The Sagutmhe Milha. There are three applicants for the pc. sition of water vommtssioner in this dis. triet, No. 25 and they are after it hot foot." Frank Brown, Argo Taylor and J. E. Mitchell are the parties who want it. W. A. McEdtyre and Eli Weddington, owners of the Champion mine (formerly the Columbia) on Little Kerber, have sold that property to New York parties tor a good sized consideration. The new owners will at once commence active de- velopment of the mine. Notme. The express office is at my resi- dence in the Dallas block where ex- press ma~ter may be obtained at any time. Parties wishing infor- mation regarding departure of trains, rates etc. may secure it free of cost. FRANK CARI~ON. During the past two or three years both sheep and cattle men have been busy organizing local associations which get together in the big national body which will meet in Salt L~ke next week. There has been some talk ot attempting to reeurrct tlmold national wool grow- era' aescoiation during the Salt Lake meeting, but strange to uy, mcet of the sheepmen are opposed to the proposition. They waut to keep up one big central organization and prefer to stay with tl~ cattlemen, particularly as they have pretty nearly an equal voice in the main body. This ii all they want in any oountry.--.Field and Farm; CatboUn Chareh N~; I will be st the plaza westot Saguache on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each montb, and at Saguavhe on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. Father Good, Tkls sllraature is on every box o! the genuine Laxative BromouQuJnine ,ble the rsmedy that cm~m s ~ld In one d~y WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company of sold flUSh- vial reputation, ~ salary par ]lear, payable weekly, gZ per day aboolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, bonafide, definite salary, no com- mission, salary pad each Katu~ay and exvense money adTauced each wee[', STANDARD HOUSE, 31~I Dzaaao~ ST. Cannon. TO CHICAGO The Reliable Route Palace 81eeplag Oars and Dining Oara As a good thing'ought to be-- in bottles. And sealed medicinally pure--and ripe wilh age--and mellow. Our name on label over the cork. It's there because it protects your interests as well as outs. 6.fl TAYLOR u.m WHISKIES Never sold in bulk. Of Druggists, Grocers Licensed I)salers,-- everywhere. .~',&[ By The NAgiUACtli~ PHAR.MA('Y. PERSONAL. Will Dailey of Veteran, wasdomg bus- in~s in town tm Tuesday. James W. Jacobs was over from Mot- fat on Monday of this week. Mr. J. B. Morgan went to Hooper on Thursday and returned Suvdaymorning. Herbert Ellis came down on Monday from Bonanza for a brief visit with his friends. Pete Sheridan came up from Q~nter the first of the week on business at the county seat. S. Oscar Profl~tt, who bus been at La Junta for some time, came home on a i visit yesterday. Harry Leo+anti and family were np from the 4l the fore part ot the week visiting at Dr. Lockett's. Bobby Cook came down from the ranch Mondayto see how the town is rettin~ along without him. Judge Mellsn, formerly of Cripple Creek, was in town Tuesday. He is think- ing ot locating at Crestone. Fred and Frank Rominger, San Luis crook ranchmen, were in Saguache yes- terday transacting business. W. C. Lockstt expects to occupy his residence property on 8tb street as soon as vacated by Prof. Morgan. Mrs. D. J. Ylorgan came in from Den- ver on Tuesday noon--being called home by the serious si 'kness of her son, Jesse R. Morgan. Isaac Got their, head of the Gotthelf & Tarbell company, is in town this week from Denv~ looki~g after various busi- ness interests. Prof. J. B. Morgan has rented the Hodding residence adjoiping the county school ground and will move into it the latter part of the month. Thos. M. L)ons, assistant chief clerk of the Colorado house of representatives, came clown froal the capital Saturday to spend a day or so at home. R. M. Edwards found at the last mo- ment that he could not get away for the! Salt Lake convention. Sickness in his family we understand was the reason. W.A. McEntyre of Claytonia was a county seat visitor the first of the week. :Mrs. McEntyre who has been visiting her mother hero for a while returned home with him. Dr. O. P. Shippoy and wife of Villa Grove were in town Monday for a few hours, the Dr. being called here by his official duties as coroner--serving some papers on the sheriff. Mrs. Henry Lamb and her daugbter, Mrs. Idea, left yesterday morning tor Victor, being called there by the news that Jack Lamb had brnken his leg on Tuesday in a wrestling match. Mr. M. H. Clare left last Thursday for his home in rittsfield, Ills., alter a visit here with his son of some weeks. He Chair Cars Free. ALL Owned and Op~&t.~ by of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons, Aches, C~HCAGO, MILWAUKEE Pains and all Skin Eml)tio~s. Only lU- & St. PAUL RAILWAY. falllble, P~le cure. 25.~ a box at Lord & 1 Wilcox s, Crestone, Colo. For turthe Information address [ .... ~ ............ J. E. PRESTON, ] G.O, Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pure. Commercisl Agent, 1029 Seventeenth St. I Denver. Colorado. s Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in s~rcng~heniug and recon- structing the exhausted digestive ot guns. It Is the lates~ discovez'eddlgest~ ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It Ln- stantly relieves a ud p,,rmanently cures Dyspepsia, Indige.%iuu, Heartburn, FIatuletlce, Sour ~,Jiilach, Nausea, Sicl~ Headache, (+;!st ralgia Crampsand t all other resu I t.~ o ,' ! tl~ per fe(:~ d igest' on. Prlo~0 and ~l. L~' r~e ~ ~?C cc.~alns :~ times s~&llsise, Book ab a m~t,lv.pec~ a m:~iledfre~ Pmpored by [, , DeWI'T r ace., Cblcego, VILLA GROVE ANO 8AGUACHE STAGE LINE. Carries mail, passengers and express. Leaves Villa Grove ........... 10:15 a.m. Arnvas at Saguach~ .......... 1:45 p.m. Leaves Saguache ............. 2:~5 p.m. Arrives at Vtlla Grove ........ 6:15 p.m. F. H. CAltLSON, Proprietor. WANTED-ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAB- actor to delivar and c~>lleet in Colorado for old O'" ' ~ ~, .. , .... emtablished manufacturing wholesale house, wasw itplogseu ItS o~Ir Ollmate DU~ ~li09ayear, suropay. Honest.vmorethaJaexper. not homesiel+ f~r nht Pib~ n~unt.v mnel Ix~,nce required. Our reference, any bank in auy --, ...... ..~': -~" ".'- ," ........ " ~-- city. Eneh,so self addrcssed stamped envelope. ancl so pullocl out for nome. Manufacturers ]~hird Floor. ~3~ Dearbon st. .............. [ Chicago. ~O,Tayt0rWhl,kl. r*tMmMb/tlm w**k**t ,t~ad~ ~ .............. , l EXPERIENCE The fame of Buckles s Arnica Salve,[ as the bestinthe world, extends round ~ I the earth. It's the one perfect healer - ~~ DESIGNS rlr~r~l COPYRIGHTS ~r&G. Anyone sending a skeleh and description may quickly asoertaln onr opinion free w ether an intention is probably patentable. Communion. tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patente sent free. Oldest agency for securing paCent~. Patents t~ken through Munn & Co. reeeiv~ #peels/~otic~, without charge, in the lenllli Imcrican. A h~ndsomelY illustrated weekly. I,ar~e~t ell'. oulatiou of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a yoarl four mouths, eL Sold byaU newade&lenk MIIMM t fin H0W .,,,,, .., rk I[ I I I I I i, ii I _ .I ,,,rivate and hr nio Diseasos ot Men CON-~ULT Men stt~erlu~ f~om sell of- f. cts of youthful indiscre- ll~,,.~ ~t~, t ions, syphilis.gonorl hoaa~ ~[~ ~,,leot, strieturc, ecxual r Weakuess, varJcecele, us- " ~ ~..~i~i~. n~tur~t li~,har~cs, lost [~ ~]~ vit:itky, fa,li~g mcmory, I ~ ,.#~ tmi~tt~cs~ to marry,blood, 1 ~{~ u..iu, kid~:ey or private dis- e~cs, ere sp~Uy cured. ~i~r~ J)J-t, C(30K has spent 30 I~ ~ years of p0rsistent study 1 ~ ~--~ and expert(:noo hi his own [] ~!practice and among the ~^~largcst Eastern hcsp|tsls uu~'~u~ ~u~.',~. iu curing th~ class of dis- ea~s snd. will gusrcntce you apermanont cure at moderate co~,t. ~Io has curotl thousands who ~ought thelr caee~ ho-+~loss. All let~rs private, rite for question b.~n~. Consuhatioa free, Medicines sent free from observation. ~Ok flcdi.al Go, g l=a Curtis St, I)~mver,6ol, Best Dining Car Service. ELE6ANT EQUIPMENT, Chair Cars Free. TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY, The most soothmg, healing and anti- septic application ever devised is De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It relieveeat once and cures p/los, sores, eczema and skin diseases. Beware of imitationl. Saguache Pharmacy. G. O. Taylor 1Vhtak~es, honest~l pu~qq~ Patrons of the Amerman House speak very favorably ot its new management, The table is good, the beds excellent and the attention given guests all that could be desired. G.O T~y~or Whiskies oCgreat v~lue tothe$1~Jt CATARRH Druggis for a generous Ely's Or' 'am Batm contains no eoen+ne, ~f" ~-~l mercary nor any ot~er ~ w" injurious drug. ~ It is qulckly Abeorbed. ~iL...~.~. o ~ Gives Relief at once. ~~m~i It opens and cleanm~ ........ .~_ the ~asal Passagc~. C!11 !1 Ih HFAi3 Allays Inflammation. v~laf 11 U l~l~ Hcak and Protects the Membrsne. R~tor~ the Senses of Taste and Smell. Fun 81Sa ~ ; '1~111 loire 10c. ;at Dreggtsts or by malL ELY BROTKERS. 66 Warren Str~t~ N~t TodL WANTED--~ACTIVE MAN OF G, IOD CHAR- actor to deliver and collect in Colorado for old established manufacturing who]ea~le hour. $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than ego perience requ/red. Oor reference, any bank any may. Encloee self addresm~ stamped on- velgpe. Manufacturers, third Floor, 884 Dearboa et. Chicago. II I I I I IlliN W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Ssguache County Bank. STATE OF COLOltADO, ?ss. COUNTY OF SAGUACHE. In the Courtly Court. Mrs. Floss Brown, "~ Plaintiff. t VS. ~- SUMMONS. John W. Brows Defenflant. j The people of the state of Colorado to Jobn W. Brown the defendant, greeting. You are llclreby required to appear hi an aollon brougl|t agahts~ you by the above nam- ed plaint, ill, in lhe county cuurt of Saguache cou nay, state of t ~OlOl'ado, and answer the oo[n. plaint, | hel't-itl ',vithill thirty days alter the aer. vies hereof, if served within the state of Colo. rude or by patti/earlobe, or I/" served out of tim State el Ct~Lo'ado, wlLhiu flRy da)s after the service hereot, exclusive of the. day ot servlee or said action may be regularly set for trial the same as thongs such appearance had been made aud issue ha.d been Jozned ou ~ld com. plaint. The said action is brought by p]alntlffto oh. ~tin a (i(,c['ee el (law)roe, dissolving the bonds of matritnony t~ow existing between plaintiff and defeedan~ on tim grouud of desertion and non supt)or~ a~d a.lsg.for the care and custody of ~ne mmor cn~lu Wixou ~rown as will 1nero fully al)p(~tw fro,tl Complaiet In said action tO which )eferenec ls here made and a copy of wi~icit is hel'e~ att,xcl~ed, And you at6 hereby notified that If you fall to appear and to ctnswer lhc ~tld complaint as requh'ed, ttac said phtlutlff wilt apply tO the courL ior the roller t,hereln demanded. G~ven under sly i~and and the seal of aa|d eoul't at Saguacile i u said County this ~gth day of UOtouer, A. 1). 19(K). O. l). B~tYA~, Acting Clerk. Administrator's Notice, Estate of Eilz;tbr. ih lI. Myers, deceased. The tm(iersigiicd h~tving been appointed ad. luiI~istrttt