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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. V0L. XXI. NO. 5. SAGUACHE. COLORADO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1901. WHOLE NUMBER 1045. Peruna, for La Grippe, $t,00. One Minute Cough Cure, 25 and 50 cts, K0d0t Dyspepsia Cure, 50 cts, and $t,00, Jaynes Expectorant, 50 cts. and $i.00. Dr, Sh0nps Preventics, 25 cts, to prevent 6rip, Sa uache Pharmacy Co,, Frank Pittenter, Mtr, MEN AND WOMEN Should Buy Boots and Shoes, (Ha~aikon Brown Shoe Co.) Hats and Caps, (Boogher, Force & Goodbar Hat Co.) Gloves and Mittens, Overshoes, Underwear and Drygoods. Crockery, Queensware and Hardware. Harn.~, Stoves and Range~ (Wilson He~t=s.) Duck Coats, (nil StykS.) Or $AMUEL FEAST, Moffat, SOLOs, .d SAVE MONEY, I iill I LAWRENCE & WILLIAMS DUNN BLOCK, SAGUACHE, COLOI: ADO, Have just opened as complete a stock of J GENERAL HARDWARE As can be found in the San Luis Valley. rhts stock is new throughout, was selected by an experienced Hardware man aria was bought at 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. Buggies and Wagons I have at my place in tLe town of Moffat a Large Stock of Farm Implements--Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Binding Twine, Oil, Etc. I tLave a bargain to offer ill Bilggies and Wagotl. which I buy in car load lots utld can make you better paices than you can get any where else m the valley. Call and ex:,mine my stock and get my prices before buying elsewhere. JOHNI-IOI COMB, MOFFA U," COLO. THE PEOPLE' NATIONAL FAMILY N WSPAPRR NEW- YORK TRI- WEEKLY TRIBUNE Pe blished Monday, Wednesday and Fri- day. m in reahty a fine, frestl, every other-day Dai]y~ giving the lat- est news on days of is- sn e, and covering n OW8 of the other three. It contains all importan~ foreigfi cabin news which appears in THE DALLY TRIBUNE of same date, also Do- mestic aml Fnreign ( ~orrespondence, Short, Stories. Elegant llalf- tote Illustrations, llumorfms Items, in- dust riai inf~)rmati~*n, ' FasiJi,m N,,H,~, Agri. cultural MaLlets and ('omprehen~lve and re- ]ieble Financial aml Market reports Regular sub,cription price, $1 50 par year. We furnish it with: THE GRESCENT f.r $2.50 per year. NEW- YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE Published on Thurs- day, and known f.r nearly sixty years in every part of the Uidt- ed States as a National Family Neweoaper of the nighest class, for farmers and villagers. It contains all the most impnrtantg e n e r a l news of 'rH~ DALLY TRIBUNE up to hour ,,f g, dng to I, res$, an Agricultural Delmrt- ment of the highest ,,r- der. has entertaining reatiing f-r every member of the family, nld and y,ung. Market Reports which a e ac- cepted ~a~ ealhority by farmers and country lnerohants, and ie clean, up to date, re- foresting and instl uct- ive. .R,~m, lar sat,acril,ti.n prlce, $1.00 per 3ear. W~ furnish it with TIIE CRESCENT for $2.00 per ear. Send all orders to The Crescent, Saguache., Best of Job Printing at this office. OH The warning cough is the faith. ful sentinel, htells of the approach of consumption, whichhaskilled more people than war and ~estilence com- ined. It tells of painful chests, sore lungs, we~k throats, bron- chitis, add pneu- monia. Do not suffer another day. It's useless, for there's a prompt and safe cure. It is herr . pectoral which cures fresh colds and coughs in a single. night and masters chronic coughs and bronchitis in a short time. Consump- tion is surely and cer- tainly prevented, and cured, too, if taken in time. A 25c. bottle for a fresh cold; 50c. size for older colds; $1 size for chronic eoughsand consumption. "I always keep a bottle of Aysr's Cherry Pectoral on hand. Then every time ] g~t cold I taks a 1/tale of it and I am better at once." Oct. 19, l~"zs o BvQvo~, E1 lhteo, TO~. Write the Doctor. If you have any complaint whatever anddeslrs the ~,edieal advice, ~ite the Dealer ............. , The Mothers of Men. The bravest battle that ever was foughtl Shall I tell yoU where and when~ On the map of the world you will find it not-- 'TwM fought by the mothe~ of men. Nay, not with cannon or battle shot. With a sword or nobler pea; Nay. not with eloquent words or thought From mouths of wonderful men ! But deep m a wailed-up woman's heart-- Of a woman that would not yield, But bravely, silently bore her part-- Lo, there ia that battle.flsldl No marshalling troop, no blvouac song. No banners to gleam and wave; But oh! these battles they last so long-- From boyhuod to the grave. Yet, faithful still, as a bridge of stars, She fights in her waLled-up town~ Fights on and on in the endless ware, Then silently, uneeea, goes down. Oh, ye. with banner and battle shot, Anti soldiers to shout aud prameI I tell you the kingliest victories fought Were fo,ght m these silent ways Oh, spotless woman in a world of shame, With splendid and silent scorn, Go back to God as white as you came-- The kingliest warrior born} -- JOAQUIN MILLEa. Beat [)at of an It,crease of His Pension. A Mexican war veterans and prominent editor writes: "Seeing the advertisement of Chamb~!aiu's Colic, Cholera and Di- arrhoea Remedy, I am r-eminde,I that as a soldier ill :.~exico in '47 and '48, I con- tracted Mexican diarrhoea and this rem- edy has kbpt me from getting an Increase in my pension for on every renewal a !dose of it restores me." It is unequalled an a qumk cure for diarrhoea and i,~ p],~asant and safe to take. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Messrs. Lulkart & Kinzel have bought the Gilligan building in Grestone and[ have organized a banking coml)anyi which will at once open for business. We trust that it will prosper and to that end suggest tllat they take some other name than the o~e which headed the Eagle's article--The San Luis Bang. This name is a veritable hoodoo when applied to banking institutions as two bearing that Htle laav,~ g,,ne to smash to our certain knowledge, Owen Malon,~ leaves ab,)ut the first of the month for Los Angeles, California. He exp~els to go from here to Denver and then will decide (lefimte]y on the route. At presqnt he is thinking of go- ins to New Orleans and thence by the Panama rout,- to his destination Sheriff Williams aud wife went to Denver on Thursday of last week. They to-k Daisy Felh,ws with tlmm, who in to be placed in the sta'e industrial school for girls at Morrisou. , COUNTY COMMISSIONER& Second day, second January term, Jan. 10. Board meets pursuant to adjourn- meat, with all members present. Minu- tes read and approved. On motion tile order made by the board yesterday recommnding certain persons for appointment as water com- missioner in d~striet No. 27, is re-con- sidered." Now, .~n motion, the names of the following parties are recommended to the t~overnor from whom to select a water commissioner for district No. 27, viz: Crecensio Torres, Michael White and Dacre Dunn. On motion the county prinling for the eosuing year is awarded to O. D. Bryan, as per bids filed, bemg the same price as paid last year. Board no~ takes a recess for the pur- pose of holding a meeting of the Board of Healtl), after whmh board resumes business. ! Meellog of tile County Board of Healt.b. January 11, 1901 At 10 o'clock a. m. the hoard of county commissioners of Saguache county con- venes as a board of health, with the fol- lowing membera present. John Welty, ehmrman, Frank Brown, John E. Ashley, Dr. J. T. Melviu, county physician, Lee Fairbanks, secretary. On mottos Dr. Melvin is elected coun- ty health officer, and is authorized to take any acqon necessary in cases of epi- demic and contagious diseases.that come to hm knowledge fn tbe county without any further order from the board. The purchasing agent is ordered to purchase a snpply of fumigates and dis- enfectants for the use of the health officer. The secretary is instructed to request the different school boards of the county to promptly report to the health officer any and all cusses of con- tageous diseases appearing among the children in their districts. The health officer is Instructed to fum- igate and disenfect and remove to the county seat all county property used in connection with the late small pox cases. On motion board of health adjourns sine die. JoH~ Wz~z, Chairman. LEe F~XRSAN~S, Secretary. County treasurer's semi.annual report ia now taken up, examined, checked over and found correct. The report shows as follows: Balance iu treasury, July L 1900 ........ $19,977.18 Colleetionn for six months ............ $30,569.77 Paid o~t~4~riua six months ............ .~2,619.$1 Balance on hand ...................... ~.~ .$17,927.09 Bonds of S. E Kortright, justice of the peace in precinct No. 11, and J. S. San- derson, justice of the peace precinct No- 10, are presented, examined and approv- ed. Bills No. 1 to 18 are allowed in full. No. 19, for $317.97, allowed at 281.87, all mileage being disallowed. Nce. 20 and 28 are disallowed, not being a count~ charge. Nee. 21 to 27 inclusive are el-i lowed in full. The clerk m instruuted to present ai bill to the estate of Abner Budders, de- i ceased, for all expenses recurred by theI county on account of said Budders. Clerk is instructed to notify the sev- eral road overseers of the county to hire no extra work done in their respective districts until after the road tax has been [ worked out, to do no new work, except in case of emergency, without orders from the board. On motion it is ordered that the sher- iff be notified that hereafter no fees or expenses will be pai~ him for the pur- suit of any person charged with a creme, beyond the limits of the county, unless previously authortred by the board to make such pursuit. On motion ~t is ordered that the jus- tices of the peace and constables of the county be notified that hereafter no fees will be paid them by thecounty in mis- demeanor cases. On motion the contract for supplying the county with books, blanks and sen eral supplies for the ensuing year, isawarded to the Out West Printing and Stationery Co. On motion board now adjourns far the term. LEE FAIRBANKS, Clerk. JoI~N ~VELTY, Chairman. 6,0,TlylorWhlskles retalnedbythe weakest ltomlLdll THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS l)eBv~r, Colorado DALLY AND WEEKLY The Great ltepreavutat Iv,. Newspaper of Ihe Rocky MountlllU Stales anti Tea', 11 cries All the New~ fl, om All the World, Illustr&tions, Ca~toons, $p~Mal Fe~t~tves, Etc., Et~ m SUH~ICRI PTION RATES: Dally and Sunday, per IIlonlh, - - - - $ .76 Sunday only (3:~ Io 36 i,ages),per y~r ~ 50 Weekly, per year ........ 1.OO Address ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, D t';N VEil, CO LOIRA I)0 NGItKYER: DO YOU GET UP WITH A LA/ E BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes You Mi~rabl~ Almost everybody who reads the news- papers is sure to know of the wonderful ~ ~1~ cures made by Dr. [ Kilmer's Swamp-Root, I[ the great kidney, liv~ and bladder remedy. z~_ It is the great medi- cal triumph of the nine- ~ teenth century; dis- I]]]l covered after years of ~ scientific research by ~tDr. Kilmer, the emto " sent kidney and blad- der specialist, and ts wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- bles and Brlght's Disease, whteh Is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp=Root Is not rec- ommended for everything but if you have kid- ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement hes been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a booh telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and f2-'?F~_ send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Btng- ~l~ harnton, N. Y. The-~L_*~_~ regular fifty cent and ~omeof sm~mp-aoot doU~ siz~ are sold by all good druggists. ThM Only American Girl to Marry a King. But one American girl has ever mar. ried a kin~, and she, a New England woman, now a widow, is living m a royal palace in the country of her adoption,: almost lost sight of by her Amorman sis- tors and friends. The romsnce of thig fascinating, gifted American girl, who won the hand and heart of a king--one of the prettiest of ]eve stories--will be one of the features of the March Ladles' Home Journal. A Deep M~stery. It is a mystery why women endure Backache, Headache, Nervousness, Sleep- leuness~ Melancholy, Fainting and Di~y Spells when thousands have proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such troubles. "I suffered for years with kid- ney trouble," writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peterson, la., "and a lame back pained me so I could not dress myself, but Electric Bitters wholly cured me, and although 73 years old, I now am able to do all my housework." It overcomes Constipation, improves Appetite, gives perfect health. Only 50o at Lord & Wil- cox's, Crestone, Colo. Ornaments St&tlou-Grounds Officers of several of the blg railroad systems are considering plans to induc~ agents and others concerned to make strocger efforts to beautify station grounds and buildings. During the past year or.two particular attevtmu has been given to making the stations more at- tractive. The Burlmgtou hss accom. i plished deal in this dtrection. a great Last year it issued orders to all employee that the grounds and buildings adjacent to the company's right of way must pre- sent a neat and attractive appearance. The company's gardener gave his espec- ial attention to beautifying the suburban statmns for forty miles out of Chicago. Before last summer closed, switch shan- ties, tool houses~ yard offices and round houses had been prettily covered w~th ruunmg vices and the grounds about each building converted into fine lawns over which shrubbery had been planted. During the coining spring and summer this work will be greatly extended, and in time the Burlington expects to have the most ornamental station grounds in the Went. Persons who suffer from indigestion can not expect to hve long, because they can not eat the food reqmred to nourish the body arid the products of the undigested foods they do eat poison the blood It is important to cui'e indigestion as soon as possible, and the best method of doing this is to use the preparation known ae Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what yuu eat and restores all the digestive or- gans to perfect health Saguache Phar- macy. Both .my mother and I can see now ss we look back that she was too anxieug that we should always do right in every small dot.d, ~he tried too hard to shield us from the consequences of our own ignorance and persistency. It would have'been better, I think, if she had giv- en us a httle m-re liberty even b) make mistske~, and let the pain or humilia- tion, which would be sure to follow, be our best teacher toward doing better next time.--ttelen Watterson Moody in the February Ladies' Home Journal. Robert Buekley ,returned from Denver Friday accompnni~d by his wife. Mrs Buokley s short stay in the east improv. ed her health very much,--Press, SAGUACHE CRESCENT FOln~,aLT B~,~UAO~I DtwO~lT. OSCAR D. BRYAN. PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR. ~ ublish~..at.Saguag.he, Colo.,.eve~ Thu _r~l~. un poa=oal queanons it wnl ~voe~te the in~r~t~ of the Rel)uhh~ v~'t]r. Its chief mm will ba 1~o sdvmao~i thdms- terial intereets nf this oounty. ~ubacrlDtlon, - $o.00 Ynr. This Is Your Opportunity, On receipt of ten cents, ~ or |tm~l~ a generous sample will be mailed of the most popular Gatarrh and Hay Fever Cure (~ly'S Cream Balm) sut~eient to ~- strafe the great merits of the remit7. ELY BROTHEBS, 56 Warren St., New York City. :Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I oau emphasize his statement, "It islt posl. tire eure for catarrh if used M direeted."~ Ray. Franei~ W. Pools, Pastor Gentrallh~. Church, Helena, Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is the aeknowle~4~ cure for catarrh and contains no mercury nor any injurious dru8. l~ies, 50 e~ta. i i iii i Note and receipt books and short form bills of sale at this o~oe. None better Banker's Bond 5 cant el. tar. The Saguache Pharmacy. The infant baby of Mr. acd Mrs.Ch~r. lie Perry has been sick with the grip. Everybody likes them, Ba~er'g Bead cigars, 5 cesta. The ~guache Phar- macy. G~o. Jenkins and~lac Fellows went to Bonanza the first of the weetr to figure on an ors hauling contract, Quahtyand not quantity makm Wi~t's Little Early Rmers such valuable little liver pills Saguache Pharmacy. Crestone Ma~ons are arresting to or- ganize and either put up or kuum a building. L~t the good work go on.-- Crestone Eagle. Ga~par Chaves'and family visited with Mrs. Charm' parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. DeHarrsra, near Villa Grove, the latter pert of !lmt week. George H. Adams sold thirty.five head of grade Herefords at Salt Lake last week for &2,100 to S. H. Hausen of Hyrum, Utah. This stock wM bred in San Lute valley,--Field and Farm. D. C. Trevis, one of the old settlers on San Isabel orsek, is feeding 200 head of steers this winter with tha prospect of making some good money on them. C~ne will need the beef,--~le. If troubled with a weak digu*.irm, belching, sour stomach, or if you feel dull after eating, try Cham 0erlain'g ~tomo aoh and Liver Tablets. Price, 25 eent~. Samples free at Saguaoh~ Pharmacy. The ice crop for Saguaohe ig now all harvested. George Buroh flnigh~l hm last contract last week and Oeorge Has- ard completed his some two weeks ago. The quality of the ice ig said to be better this year than usual. A. B. A. Lodge, No. 2I~, of Bonanza, will give a grand ball on the mght of February 28rd. The dances givea by this nrganizatkoc have all been very )leasant affair~ and the management promises an exceptionally good t~me on this occasion. You are invited. The l~other's Favorite. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy m the mother's favorite. Iris plesaantandzafe for children to take and always cm~m. It is m~nded esl:ecially for coughs, colds, croup a~d whooping cough, and ia the ;best medicine made for these diseese~ i 'rhere is not the least danger in giving it to children for ~t contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be giwm !as confidently to a babe as to an adult, For sale by Ssguacha Pharmacy. Zacl~ Clark, James Slane ant Jack St~phens returned last Friday night from Kansas City. They had a good run, lo0t no stock, and went ont~ the market in !good shape. Clark Bros. topped the market for tbat day at 84.75 sad Slane and Stephens were a close ~cond. The receipts for that day were 9,000 headand from this it will be ae~n that Saguaeh~ I 0ounty acd the San Luig valley is k~p- ing up its reputation of raising the best cattle in the west. i i i i Ill __ ~.aenes, and you feel bilious, e~stl- ~patea, and out of tune, with your ~tomach sour and no apl~tlt~ |u~t buy a package Of I Hood' PIII ) ) And take a do~, ~m | tO 4 pills. You will be snrprlsed athow imldly ." they will do their work, eul~ ynllr t headache and blliotume~, rouse tl~ liver and make you feel happy. I~1~, ) 25 cents, Sold b~t all n~U~Nfl~lh