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ii I Illll i I iii II iii III I I III I ii I DIED Benina, the wife of Antomo Jose La- bate, at her home near Saguache, Jan. 25, 1901, aged 32 years. Thursday of thta week Dr. McFad- lean, assisted by Dr. Weiss, of Del Norte, and Dr. Melvin, of Saguaehe, performed the operattcu of removing a tumor from i the breast of Mrs. Mary Broadwater, who stood the operation well and is get~ ring along nicely.--Prospector. On last Friday this vicinity received its first snow fall. While it did not amount to very much and moat of ill-on melted it was a welcome change from the long droughth. It hen ako been snow- ing m the mountains during the past few weeks, which is welcome news to the ranchmen. This seasop there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung troubles. Prompt action will" save the little once from these terrible diseases. We know of nothing m certain to give instant relief as One Msnuta Cough Cure. It can also be relied upon in grippe and all throat and lung troubles of adulte. Pleasant to take. Saguache Pharmacy. 8tops the Cough and Works Off the Cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price 25 een~. Means Bros. sold last week to Frank Benton, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, for de- hvery on April 5th, 919 head of cattle-- 715 calves and 204 yearlings. The prica~ range from $18 to $25 per head. Last year Mr. Benton got hold of a bunch of the Means stock through Booker & De- gas, and liked them so well that he on. quir~l who raised them. Meeting Mr. Horace Means at the Salt Lake cattle convention and learnmg that he had more of the asmestcok, Mr. Benton same on here and made the purchase as above. Mr. George Woodazd and wife went to Denver on Thursday of last week. They were accompanied by Dr. Melvin and the object of the trip was for the pur- pose of having Mr. Wcodard undergo an examination by medical experts to see if ecme relief cannot 13o bad from the viol- ent rock spells with which he is occa- sionally afflicted. Miss Angle Rowe has started up a dancing clam for the little folks. ecns are given every Saturday afternoon in Masonic hall.--Gunnimn Trihuno. Mexican Pate, the pugilist, rolled into town this week and says he is bound for Salt Lake, where he will do some more flghting.--Gunniaon .Tribuue. The finest line of fancy stationery 3uat opened at the CRESCENT office. O. O. Tayiol" Whiskies, good, pure, hod oldM Stock Bill Causes Debate. There was a warm debate iu the ~n- ate yesterday afternoon over the bill of Senator Ammons requiring railroads to fence their tracks and pav f, r,II animals killed, whether the owner could be found or not. The bill was finally pimsed to third reading and au ~.ffort will be made t,~ defeat it there. The hill is a very ex- haustive one and was prepared and in- traduced st the request of the stockmen of the state. It ia the same bill that w~ introduced two years ago and killed dur- ing the closing hours of the ~it,n. The bill provides that railroads must fence their tracks putting in nmary gates and guards and the kilhng of any stock is to be proof of n~ligenc~. In or- der to escape the paymeut of damage the company must pay the value of the anlmal killed into the county treasury, to go to the stock inspection fund of the state. A ~hednie of values is fixed by the law and elaborate rules given for the enforcement of the law.--Times. Schedule of Stock. Sheep~American sheep, eech, $3, Mexican sheep, each, $'250. Cattle--Texas ).earliugs, each $12.50 Texas 2-year olds, each $17, Texas steers 3-year olds, each, $21, Texas stmrJ, 4 year olds, and over, each, $25, Texas Cows, each, $18. American yearlings, each $18, American 2 year olds, 825, American steers, 3 year olds, each, $33, American steer~, 4year old and over, each, $35 American cows, each, $%5, calves each $12.50. Other stock at market price.- Times. A |~l'Cttltiltt'llt Chlcl~go ~Voman Spek~. Prof. Roxa Tyler, i)f Chicago, VicQ- President Illi.ols Woman's Alhance, in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough P~.me- dy, says:"I suffered with a severe cold lhis winter whinh threatened to r.n into pneumonia. I tried dnfferent remedies but I seemed to grow worse anti the medicine upset my stomach. A friend advised me to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aud 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 suffsrinK, and I will never be without this splendid medicine again." For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Card of Thanks. To the many friends whom kindly took charge and a~isted during the lata ill- n~ of my husband I wish to thus pub~ licly express my deep gratitude. J~.N~tE M. KE]~S~:Y. For a number of yearn Andrew Signs has had aclmm in the U. S. Court el Claims for the lore of some homee taker by Indians in a raid in September 1868. It has at last been put in shape that an early trial of the case may b sad. O.D. Bryan go~ to Gunmeon thi week and will on Saturday take the dep- osition of Alonzo Hartman, who is a~ important witness m the ee~e. Mr. Slane's claim is a just one and should have been paid years ago, and we hope he will now receive a speedy settlement. When threatenedby pneumouiaor any other lung trouble, prompt relief is nec- essary, as it is dangerous to delay. We would suggest that One Minute Cough J Cure be taken as moon as indications of having taken cold are noticed. It curu quickly and its early use prevents con- ~umpttcu. Saguache Pharmacy. Finley Gulch Again. Mort D. Gould Jr. and Harry (3. Wheeler sold one-half interest in the Gladiator group to B. J. Forbes on the 19th inst., and work is progressing nice- ly. This property joins the Klondike on the northeast and is believed to be the extension of tile Klondike el, in. Such little pills as DeWitt's Little Early Risers are very easily taken, and they are wonderfully effective in cleans- Rare Bartain Sale in Overcoats C!0aks, Capes, 610yes, Caps, Mittens, Etc..25 per ct, off, We find in taking our annual invoice that we are largely over- ins the liver and bowels. Saguache Pharmacy. . .......... stocked off some seasonable flues-- The newly organized American cattle Iffower's mooiation will hold its first 0ver 0ats, Cloaks, Jackets, m~tiug in the city on March 5 and will contin., fin. day., membersh,pof Wiflter Caps and Lined Gloves and 1,000 is looked for by the time the con- vention meets in Denver and may reach M|ttane Them meetings are becoming too thick- met for some of us and we are not looklug We cannot afford to carry these goods over and we also need the for an overwhelming crowd in Mazch. --Field and Farm. Harry Tarbell went to Denver on Sun- day and will probably return the latter part of the week. He is making arrange ments to move his family here--having leafed the Luengen residence, adjoining town on the southwest for a term of one year. We understand that George Curtis and James Slane are going to Missouri in a short time to buy a car load of Hereford bulls. We are taking orders for copper plate engraving. A full line of samples of late~t styles may be seen at this office. Price~ are the same as charged for same class of work in Denver. | Colorado Short Line. ' Hissouri Pacific RYl The People's Choice, Through without change DI~VBI, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO TO KANSAS CITY and ST. LOUIS. Direct Route To The Hot Springs of Arkansas, Free Rechniug Chair Cars. Elegant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers. Government Fast Mail Route East and West. ~mam~mm~ See your nearest ticket agent or write f,, ha TRIPe, G. W. F. & P. Agt., Denver, Colo. room occupied by them. In order to close them outbefore our buyer goes to market we have made a reduction of 25 per cent--in most cases being far beloW" actual cost. Take advantage of this sale. You will also find that we are making Spedal Prices on many broken lines in other departments, Good Goods and Good Values. We have a fine llne of Ladies Winter Wraps, Jackets, Capes, etc.., which we are closing out at a sacrifice. They range in prices from 75 cents to $10. A splendid bargain at $2,50 to $3.00. The Gottheff Tarbell Mercantile Co., Habits, Burlington trains have a "habit" of running on time. They have a "habit" of being well equipped. They have a "habzt" of g~ving good service. Habits are contagious People who ride on the Burling- ton acquire the habit of using it in preference to any other line. Burlingtcm trains l~ve Denver at 4 p. m. and 10 p. m. for Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis, EVEttYWHERE ea8t. . Train for Blatk Hills, Montana and Puget Sound leave Denver at 11.20 p. m. Tickets at Offices of Connecting Lines. Ticket Office, I039 Seventeenth St.~ G. W. VALLERY, General Agent, D~wE~. I HEALTH FOil CENTS!.'0,' 0[l ,llY0ClllCA60 The~ I-4(,liable Route ! Hi Llll B UT. ..n,m,. "l have sons ld: d~ys at ~ time ~lltl~t movement of the It~wellt. Ohroic constiputt3n for , Invert ycar~ plated me in t his t *rriblo condition; t dtd everything I Lcard ' THE POPULAR LI N TO Of but never found any rcUcf IlriI il I ~ga~ u~ing CASCAItE~S. I nc ~7 Imvc --monetothreepa~ssag ..... '.ay.und I.EADVILLE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS if l wurleh l would give CI00.C3 for movement; it in such v. t'lic f." FOIl CHILDREN. ,,..,n ~ ~o,r. , =~=ust,notro,~,=o,, ASPEN, GRAND JUNCTION Pala~eo-~,,v--~:'~"~;"~ Cars FOR BILIOUSNESS, , A N O .~ "I shall aever be wltk(mt ~AMO~kI~]~Y~I. - My chndre are always de llSht~l when l give them per tie of & tablet, and cry tOt more. They ar~ the moat p!ensant medicine 1 have over tried. They. have foun~ a m m " s~rmaentplaceln n yho e. MRS. Joa" FLAO~-- Box ca0, Jfleblgan CIW, lad. FOR PILES. brouuh, on by eon~ip~tlon with which I was Afflicted for twcnt7 year=. I ran across yoor CASOARX~t~I in t he town of Ncwell. lu., and aever found anything to equui them. TO- day_ 1 am entirely tree from piles fool like anew man." O.H. KI~Y~, tttt Jou St., Siou Olty, ~. FOR HEADAOHE, tiaey ire the best medlele we have nor had in the hoo~e. Last week my wife was frantic with headache for tWO dltySL she tri~l come of Your CASCAaKTS and Ltluy ~Unv~[ the L~ln In her head almost Imm~il~llely. we both recommend C~t~ Ca~ BTID,S'OU~, FOR BAD BRUTH. laxative they are simply wonderful. MY daoghter and I were bothered with sle~ er~rmaeh and our hregth wa~ very bad. Alter taklnE few do~ of Oasearet~ we have lmprov0d won. derhail~. They are a great help ha the fa~ly." WZU~A[I~A KAqHI~. 11~/Rl~tenhoaN St, O~ Ohle, FOR PIMPLES, OA l~fS ~d they ha all dle~v- poured. I ~L been troubled with Sonatlpatlo got ~lomo time, but after tatkil~thn fl~nt~UMearetI have had no trouble-with this tUrnout We au.gt ~ _too h!ghl~ of Oaae~- re~." ~ ,.raap w~, CANDY CATHARTIC. REGULATE THE I0|5t50 DR ISTS. Over 3,000,000 Boxes of Oas0arets Sold Lad Year I Unerring is the judgment of the people, and the people like Cascarets. The sale this year will be S~O00~O00 boxes. Nothing succeeds like success and Ca~carets are successful, because, ][~ll~t, They are m good that they outsell all other laxatives. Their tremendous ~le proves their merit, and their merit explains their tremendous sale; Seconds Cascarete are the pioneer people's price preparation--ten cents a box, and more health in a ten sent box of 'Camarete than any 25c bottle of pills in the world. ~lllrd, Cascarets bring results--healthy, natural action of liver and bowels--never fall. The manufacturer~ guarantee a cure or refund purchase money. Folllrth~ Camarets are successful because they deserve it. If your druggist don't sell Ca~aret~, he's behind the age. In that case order direct from us by mail post free.. Addre~ S~ltr~l~ Ri~lDr tThis tablet, always stampea OOO "q When dealers try to substltU ,-th-e want to , t , tort , | Don t ,take a what you as, make more money out of yon. Don t let them ! ~2 ;:'.,. =~;; == ~=~ji: ==~=4 ;-== ;.-=~= :-~-;-;.=; ~;:; ~ ; ; ;~;:;:; ;; ~ ;:;=; ~f..; ;t H~ ;; ; ;; ~.= =; ====_ = 7=:; : =.= = = ==-= =~ = = = = = = ~-=; =, ; ;i;; ~j~]~l~X~veu~ed your v~tiu=ble alld,,ndt,,c,,t,,o,-ORIPPLE OREK :reef. Couldn't do wltimut thcm. I hate ~ed them [or ~omo tlznc for in- dlgostlonandblliousn~aandamnow Neaohe8 nil the principal towns end mJr0, eomplctely cured. RecollllllcUd t L~ In/ to every onc. Once tried, ~OU wni |nf[ oamps In Colorado, Utah and never I~ without them In t ho f~n;i]y~." New Mox|oo. ]CDW. A. M J~ll:, Albany, ~. . FOR WORMS. e~ss,'s "r.,ou~, SALT LAKE OITY at lout came on tile ~ CvU Itt tCt my lakhag two CASCAItETS. Tizl s 1 gtn ~ore hna caused my bad hcalth tot theL_~etthrco 7ears. I am ~tilltak- ENROUTE TO ANO FROM PACIFIC COAST. |a. ~J4~LrcLI. thc on|y cathcrtt( THE T0gRISI- ' VORITE LIN! FgR DY~SIA. TO At,[. MOUNTAiM RESORTS. I ofd~spenel~ m its wors ~ torm~ uld eKt nothlns but milk toastz ~through trains equipped with Pullman Palac( and at tlmes my stomach would no, and Tourist Sleeplu~ Car. retain and digest oven that. Last Marsh. I began t~klng CASCARETS and sme~ then I hats ateadiFy Im- proved~ until I at U well lut I evvr For elegantly illtmtrate~ descriptive books fre~ was In my |lfe." DAVm H. MvaraT, ~ewark, O. ~ cost, address |,T, JEFFERY, A, $. HUQHE$, $.K.HOOPER, FOR ~ UYER. [ ~,,',~'i=~. ~,~,,~. ~a',~.~, *,It bsve I~q~ts~ublsdaln-eat DENVER, COLORADO- detflt with a torpid liver, whida prO- ~I!oes ~onsSlp~tlo~ X found CAECA. Rl~'~ to b~ all you claim or them: , ,, ~rea such roller the first that that I purchased another supply and win completely eured. I shall only be too ol. to reomnmend (.:aa~areta ,rlvate and (:hronlo DiseEses of Men whoever the oppg~unity is pre. eeaN~', J.A. SXI~'S, MS0 Slmquehanna Ave., Phlladelph/a, Pa, CONSULT Men suffering from evil ef- fects of youthful indiscro- I~' ~llkl~ lions, syphilis, gonorrhc0a, FOB BAD BLOOD. Jr ~ gloat, strictur~ sexuaI [ .~ weakness, varicocem, un- "'l~Jk~D,~l~]~l~ldoallclalmed ~ I1~1~:~ natural dischargcs, lost forthemaa~ arp truly wonderful |~ ~1~ vitality, failing memory, med/oinc, lhar0oftewiahcd fern | ~ ~:~7~ u:ztltneas to marry, blood, m~U.ctne pl~.iaut to take, and at last hUvo foond It in CASCARETS. I~:~t s..in, kidaey or private dis- eases, are spoeclfly cured. ~f]~ D~t. COOK has epcct ~J .~['~f~ ~ ~cars of persistent study i~/~ and experience in his own ~practiee and among the mm~R CO-=~=~largcst Eastern hospitals ~w~.~., in curing this class of dis- SlUO toklnl~ them my blood lx~ been puriSed anu mT complexion has fin- prgye~ wonderrany%and ! feel much m)t~er in eveey way. Luttt~il, Tenn. Co~eAI~, Chicago or New York. as0s and. will guarantee you a permanent cUl~o~ t moderat~ cost. He has cured t h~usan~.s wn hought their cases h~peiess. Alllcl ~cr'~ "meets' ~rite for question b:ank. Consultat~o~ tree, |edictnes sent free from observation. ~OOk rldlca! Co. ~6~aCart~St.~avsf.C.~t, Chail- Car~ Free. ALL Owned and Operated by CIHCAGO, M/LWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furthe mf,)rma~ion address J. E. PI{E~TON, Commercial Ag~n~, 10 9 Seve,teonth St. D,m vet, (](,h),-a,to.