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January 24, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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~~ ]i .... i ........ i I .... i ....... I iii I Ill ii i II s II IIIInl ( fl I o iii iiiii iii Iiiii ii i i i .......... ~* I I ...... I I I IIIIII The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been i~use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ~~_~ ~ and has been made under his per- sons1 supervision since its infancy. ~J* "~ Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex- periments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children--Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA CastoFfs is a substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys ~Vornts and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and FL%tulency. It assimilates the Food, reguhttes the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Pana~ew--The Mother's Friend. c=.u,.= CAST-ORIA A-w.vs Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. ~ ...... VIle nKNTAU~ eOMI~NV, rT MUss&v erR'L~T. New YOl~i( errv. III nil The Wa~hington Colony. ~q~a~:tt~v~pQration we glean the following items regarding former Sa- guache county people: Brother Sam Crawford, our first type- graphical artist, and one of the earliest pioneers, who h~s been living in the cold tjD~::~a~l~~ Competitive world mnc. Big Log for the Pan-Amerl~n. One of the attractions of the Oregon exhibit at the Pan-American exposition will be a log 30 feet long and 13 feet in diameter. This is not the biggest log Or~on could supply. The only reason that the great lumber state does not send a b~ger piece of lumber is that the rail- las~Aprik.came over from Tacoml'*on roads could not convemently transport We~ne~a~ on a vtmt and may conclad~ ( it. To accommodate the 30 foot log, with to cast~lOLamong us again. : "~ '~ the diameter of 13 feet, in the Forreetry [~ ~i,~ %~ Crofut went over to T' I building at the exposition, it will be nee- couia l a~,~unday with the intention ~ essary to put extra braces under tha try it~e i oo~ypetitive world foe awhile, part of the floor of the Forrestry build- We~hope~ will soon return to us again, as ~b~:isa genial associate. ; D~mond'a have moved la(~ t~ h~,~,~:a~d bY the B~rlands;aud~l n~ he~ble.t0e~jay colony life as lhey h ~e-lm~t~done: before. , < This season there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung tre~tbles.~ Prompt action will save the lit~]e~nesfro~n these terrible diseases. We know of nothing so certain to give instant relief as One Minute CoughCure. It can also be relied upon in grippe and allthroat anal luvg troubles of adults. Pleasant to take. Saguache Pharmacy. 8tops the Cough and Works Off the Cold. Laxative Breton Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price 25 cents. ing. The finest line of fancy stationery ~ust opened at the Cz~.scm~T office. . ...! j..~.~. O. O. Taylor Whlsktes, good, pure, and old- Notice of Forfeiture. To John Nevltt. You are hereby nolifled that we have ex- pended One }iundred Dollars in labor and im. ~rovements upon the Myelin lode, situate in ochetopa mining district, ~aguaet~e COunty, Colorado, tile loeatlon certificate of which IS recorded in the records of said Saguache ~oun. ty, in book 78 at page 484 in order to hold said premises under the provisions of Section 2~?A Revised Statutes ot the United ~tates, being the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December $1, 1900. And if within ninety days from the service of trills notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as eo.ow,,ers, your lnlerest in said claim will become Hie property ot the suMcrlbers under the said Section 2824. ~guaohe Jan. 6, 1901. ~' R]~D HYAT'r, E. T. HYATT. Fire pub Jan 10--last April 11. VILLA GROVE NOTES. ~The following notes were anfortunately mis- sent and did not reach us in time for l~t week's issue.] Mrs. Clara King was on the sick list a few days. A. J. Kuntz, of Bonanza, was in town Monday. MI~S Edith Hall now aseistt~ Prof. Huff.inn in the school room. Mrs. Steadman and daughter, Mr Rolla Means, went last Tuesday t,) emit Mrs. Hackworth in Ohio City. Mrs. Dora Jordan's children a~ all sick with a bad cold. Hotw they willeoou feel better. Charlie Hollmor was down from the mine a few days. Born--In Villa Grove, Sunday, Jan. 13, 1901, t~) the wife of Marquis White, a daughter, We are sorry to learn Mrs. White is quite ill at this writing. Died: Charlie Oleholtzcr, aged 27 years. This is one of the saddest deaths it has ever been our task" to chronicle. Last Thursday shout 5 o'clock, p. m. l Chsrlie and his brother Sam, were driv- ing a heifer down the mountain about five miles east of town where she had strayed. When they got her nearly down the heiff-r Inade a mo~ion as though she was g dug to hook Charlie, who by thl~ time was down bel.w, and hastily jump i ing out of her way, he struck a tree with the side of his head, causing a alight scratch aqd stunning him. His brother, Sam, who was in the rear, saw it all, and hastened to his side, lifted him up, and both scowl walked down ~o Robert Atkin- son's cabin, where the three men sat down by the stove and conver~ed awhile, little dreaming that death wa~ so near, Charlie himself thinking himself he was not seriously hurt. He soon became un- conscious, and they laid him on the bed, where he seemed to be sol, nd asleep.! Mr. Atkinson at once came to t, wn after Dr. Shippey, who did all in his power, but medical aid was of no avail, and he passed away Friday, January, 1L 1901, i at 11 o'clock, a.m. Only the day before he left home in good health and bright spirits. He leaves a heartbroken wife, and two small children who are young to realize their great lee. The sympathies of the entire community go out towards the bereaved family and tel- ativse. He was buried in the cemetery near town, Sunday and the large con. course of people following his remains to the last resting place attested to the esteem in which he was held. X When threatened by pneumoniaor any other lung trouble, prompt relief is nec- essary, as it is dangerous to delay. We would suggest that One Minute Cough Cure be taken as soon as indications of having taken cold are noticed. It cures quickly and its early use prevents con- sumption. Saguache Pharmacy. Notice of Final Settlemont~ In tile matter of the estate of John Marold, deceased. Notice is hereby given, TI,at on Monday tile fourth day of Fel)ruary, A. D. 1901, beiug one of the regular days of the January term of the county court of Saguache C~UlILy, in the state of Colorado. I Matilda M~rold executrix of said estate,wilt appear before the Judge of laid court, priest my final settlement as such ex- ec~ttrlx, pray the apnroval of the same and will then apply to be discharged as such exe- cutrix. At which time and place any p~ron in Interest may appear and present oh|serious to the same, if any there be. Dated at ~tifuaehe, Colorado. Jan. & l~0l, MATILDA MAIgOLD. Executrix of the comte of John ]~roid desexed. Such little pills as DeWitt's Little: Early Risers are very easily taken, andI they are wonderfully effective in cleans-! ing the liver and bowels Saguache Pharmacy. Horace Means came io on Monday from the National Live Stock convention at Salt Lake. Says they had a splendid time and that the meeting w~s a good One. A Prominent Chicago Womau Speaks. Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vice- President Illinom Woman's Alhanco, in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Reme- dy, uys:"l suffered with a severe cold thin winter which threatened to run into lmeumonia. I tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach. A friend advised me to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take and it relieved me at once. I am now entirely recovered, saved a doctor's bill, time and suffering, a,d I will never be without this splendid medicine a~ain. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. We are taking orders for copper plate engraving. A full line of samples of latest styles may be seen at this office. Prices are the same as charged for same class of work in Denver. Thousnnds are Trying It. In order to prove the great merit of Ely's Cream Balm, the most effe0tivc cure for Catarrh sad Cold in Head, we have pre. ~arod ge:leron~ trial size for 10 cents. a et it of your druggist or send 10 cents to ELY BROS., 55 Warren St., N. Y. City. I suffered from cat,~yh of the worst kind oyez, since a bet, a:2 I no,or hoped for eure, but Ely's Cream ]~nlm seems to do even. that. ~[:tuy aC~luaiutanecs have used it with exoeEent results.--Oscar Ostrum, ~5 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill Ely's Cream Bahn is the acknowledged sure for catarrh and contains no cocaine, mercury nor any injurious drug. Price, ~0 sent& At druggists or by mail i i lm e0f ew0[If THE POPULAR LIN TO LEADVILLE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS ASPEN, 6RAND JUNCTION AND CRIPPLE CREAK Iteaohee all the principal t0tvns and mh~ InBe~mpe In Colorado, Utah and Now Moxioo. PAS$[~ THROUGH SALT LAKE CITY IN ItOU~ TO AIlO FROM PACIFIC COAST. THE TOURISTS FAVORITE LINE ?0 AJI,t, MOUN?AIN RKSOR?8, It~tl~t trains equtpM with Pullman Pals~ and Tourist Sleeping Car. For el~pmtly lllu~tra~d descriptive beok~tre~ seer, Mdrem t.T.JaFF|RY, A, S, HUOHP, S.K. HOOPER. Im'.M~'~ lip,, 11~Jh ah=q~. ~o'lr,~f.tr DENVEIL COt.ORADO. HEALT H FOil TIN CENTS !1 REGULATE THE HEALTH BEAUTY, CANDY CATHARTIC. Over 3,00O,OOO Boxes of 6amimht SeM M Yurt Unerring is the judgment of the people, and the people like C,z~arets. The sale this year will be ~0OO~000 boxes. Nothing succeeds like success and escarole are successful, because, Flrst~ They are so good that they outsell all other htxatives. Their tremel~domtlmle p~oves their merit, and their merit explains their tremendous sale; Second, Caseareta are the pioneer people's price prepm~tton--ten cents a box, ~nd more health in a ten cent box of Cascarets than any 25e bottle of ~pills in the world. Third, Canoeists bring results--healthy, uatural action of liver and bowels-never fail. The manufacturers guarantee a cure or refund purchase money. Fourths Casearets are successful because they deserve It. If your druggist don't sell Cascarets, he's behind the age. In that case order direct from usby mail post free, Addres~ STlell~e RcmlDZ COMPJ~Y, Chieagoor New York. FOR 60ilSTiPATION, FOR THE FAMILY, " I take pleasure In pral~u= ]tour Wainable remedy CASOAR~T~- and r.)y whole family received relief from t~/Inst small box We tried, l C~ r@eo~OASOARETS for lh~tt~S they ma~e and trust they wizrlma a~!aee in ev~y home. Your~ ~X~a~ve Ave** JklcKeesport, P~. ~t~littlt ~ver be without ~J~]~r~. My children are ~ l~q~t~f~llgh~d when I give them a ~ l*~2bS.~f a tableS, and cry for more. ~ e~e the most ~leasant medicine i r~r~*fertriod. The3~havefound& ~b~dntplaee in my hom~," ~.. Be=M0, l~tehigan City, lad. ,?~mff~ire~ the tertn~ee of thb~ed with protruding piles brS~t~t on by eor~tlpatlon with wh~b~l~was afflicted for twenty ~ eaFs. I raa across your CASCARETS in tt~a town of NeweU, In., and never Iound anythln~ to equal them. TO* day. t am entirely free from j~nes and feel like a now ,nan." C.H. KEITZ. ILtt Jonee Sty, Sioux City. IS. FOR HEADIOHF., "Both my, wl~ m~4_wYseilr' halo beeu usl~ CAIK3ARE/I'S, and they are ths best medicine we have ever had in the hems, Laet week my wife was frantic with headache for two days; she tried some of your CASCARE~ and they relieved'the pain In her head almos| Immediately. W a both recommend Clmearete." C~IS- STJgDEFOaD, ~lttaburgh aa~e a; Del~olit (~O., Pl[Ubur~h, PS. FOil DAD DRBTH, JvJJtavn.beeu us~mz ~.~.mcA- Jil~rll ~Snfl as & mild aug effective la~t~ive they are limply wonderful. M~ dau|ht~r and 1 were bothered wJ~ lick or.crunch and our breath w~ vel~. bad. After taking a few doses of ~see~rets we hare improved won- de,furlS. :They are a areat help ~a tht family2' WlI~g~J~[ifA N4~IL. ~ ~ou~ st., Cmoin~u, O~dO. FOR PIMPLES. . ~M3f ,wl t"e b d ~lelo o9 bgr f?a~at ~he ~tas been ttkin~ ~ CA~TS and they have all dlsap po~trRd, :] 'ha~ been troubled with eo,l~ftlp~tio~ for some time, but after taxi~tlze nrst4~Yas~retl have no trouble' with this ailment. We ee~no~ N,sgk too highly of O~- rets." . FaaD ~VAa~N~ |~ ~rmantown Ave., . Philadelphia. p~ "I have gone l& duya at a time 9~ltholal~ movement of" the IM~weia. Chronic constipatiJn for seven years placed me in this t~rr/blc condition; I did everytlfln~ I heard of but never found cuzy rclief nn~ U 1 began nslngCASCARETS. X ncrr haro from one to throe p~saG'c s ~ day. and if lwMrieh I would g~vc ~lO0:~) for ~eh movement; it Is such a roller." ArLM~a L. IIUI~T, RuueLl Bt.. Detroit, ~Deit. HEN AND WOHEIN Should Buy Boots and Shoes, (Hamilton Brown Shoe Co.) Hats and Caps, (Boogher, Force & Goodbar Hat Co.) Gloves and Mittens, Overshoes, Underwcal and Drygoods. Crockery, Queensware and Hardware. H~ Stoves and Ranges, (WiLson Heaters.) Coats, (~ Style~) of SAMUEL FEAST, H0ffat, COLO., llli I I I I I .., SAVE HONEY. I i II i I I LAWRENCE & WILLIAMS I)UNN BI.Of'K, Have just opened as complete a stock of GENERAL HARDWARE As 0an be found in the San Luis Valley. Phm stock is new throughout, was selected by an experienced Ltardware man ann was bought st prices which will permit its being sold right. Anything kept in a well-appointed Hardware Stock can be bought of us. We solicit your trade. The trip . Of a life time, "On my return from Denver I took the fast test train leaving there at 4 p. m. and arriving at Chicago at 8;30 p. m. This was the fastest trip f,r such a distance that I ever made, and as I understand it, you can run u-ith safe- ty still faster. I have crossed the plains several times be- fore and the average speed was usually 22 to 25 miles per hour. I think your company is entitled to the greatest credit for increasing the speed to nearly double what it was a few years ago, and that too with the greatest com- fort and safety. This was the most satisfactory trip that I ever made in my life, and I am sure that such service as h our c~mpany gives will very greatly increase the traffic artin Dodge, Washington, D.C. " Train leaving Denver at 10 p. m. ie second only to the Chicago I~peciat le~vins at 4 p, m. Tickets st Offices of Connecting Lines. Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth St, G. W. VALLERY, General Agent, DENVER. ]Wc Boutht Too Many or did not $cll Enouth, i i II I We find in taking our annum invoice that we are largely over- stocked on two seasonable Iines- Winter Caps and Lined 6ioves and FOR DlUOUSHESS. M |ft,,n e _'.' I. h~y...e._q~_d ~V.Our .yah,able loll I ||I01|011 ~J~U~U.~L~,i~/JL'B anu linl~ t]JClll t)er. ~ett. Oeuidn't do without them, I I hare used them for some time for in- t diEe,tion and blllousncss anti am now ( eompletely cured. Reeommcl~d them. to eve.ry one. Qnco tric~[, yeu willI We cannot afford to carry these goods over and wc also need the aever De Wltaoa~ them zn tan tatLt,t~, ' I EDW. A./~Anx, Albany, ~. Y. Me [ room occupied by thorn.. In order to close them out before our buyer FOR WORm., . lo~=~attl~=~t w o~,n~,=~ct~ r~t[ goes to market we have made a reduction o~ 25 per ctnt--ln most cases my te~king two CASCAI{E3"8. This 1 m S~ has eaussd my bad Izra]t h to!'~ ~*~tth,ee yeer,, z ~m ,lint=k. I:~ g {a~ ~[ow actual cost. Take advarltagc of th~s sale. lna Clutoarets, tho only eatbR,'li worthy o5 notieoby senMblc peo])lL~ ~Y ,/t - 4-- , ~ . . s' , , Glto.W.BowLxts, Dedrd,~tiaL XOU W~Li ~ X~A~ K~a~ We are ~a~ng . -, ., ~, ~ . FORDYSPEPSIA, - ,I ":" .... ~ ~ ~: ~ -:i,:~'. ~ " " w.o.,.., Special ' ............. .......... .eomu~gt" ,f d)falp*elSe|Ueat nothin, tnitSbut worStmilk toas,trm~ i[ ~1CS ............ ........... " ~' .:~;