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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. VOL. XXI. NO. 6. SAGUACHE, COLORADO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1901. WHOLE NUMBER 1046. i i il Peruna, for La 6rippe, $t,00, One Minute Cough Cure, 25 and 50 cts, : K0d01 Dyspepsia Cure, 50 cts, and $I,00, : Jaynes Expectorant, 50 cts: and $1,00, | i: Dr, Sh0ups Preventics, 25 cts, to prevent Grip, E Sa uache Pharmacy Co., Frank Pllten~er, M~r. MEN AND WOMEN Should Buy Boots and Shoes, (Hamilton Brown Shoe Co.) Hats and Caps, (Boogh~, Force & Goodbar Hat Co.) Gloves and MR]Ins, Overshoes, Underwear and Drygoods. ~ock~7, Queeaswar and Hardware. H~umca% Stoves and Rang~ (Wilson I-Icatets.) Duck Coats, (all Styles.) I of SAMUEL RA$L Moifah 0L0,, and SAVE MONEY. LAWRENCE & WILLIAMS DUNN BLOCKr S.A.G:LT.A.CI-XE, COLO~.&.DO, Have just opened as complete a stock of Does this illus- trate your experi- ence? And are you wor- HAIR ried for fear you are soon to be bald ? Then cease worry- ing, for help is at hand. You need something t h a t w i 11 put new life tnt(r the hair bulbs. You need a hair ,on& s aS---- r It brings health to the hair, and the fall- ing ceases. It always restores color to gray hair. You need not look at thirty as if you were fifty, for your gray hair may. have again all the dark, rich color of youth. gt.~ s bottle. All dral~lstl. "I am a barber by trade and have had a~reat deal to do with your Hair y,gor. A nave found that it will do every~mng that you claim zor it. It naegiven me the most complete cartel-action in my busi- ness." HENRY J. OEORGE, March ~, 1890. Kans~ City, Me. W~I the Oa~m,, If you do not obtain all the Imueflt~ ~u expected from the use of the Sot, write the Doctor about It. Address, Dg, J. C, AYER, Lowoa, Mass. ii ii i ! The Dylbg Cadet, A youth, a would-be 6oldier, lay wounded at West Point, His chin was badly shattered, hie nose wan out of Joint, His breath came hard and jerky, at times bunch- ed into sighs, GENERAL HARDWARI:: eyes. As can be found in the San Luis Valley, This stock is new throughout, was selected by an experienced tlardware man and 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 tl:e town of Moffat .1 Large Stock of Farm Implements--Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Bindi,g Twine, Oil, Etc. [ have a bargain to offer in Buggies and Wagl)n~ which I buy in car load lots and can make you better paices than you can get any where else rathe valley. Call and ex...mine n,v stock and get my prices before buying elsewhere. JOIIN IIOLCOMB, MOFFAT, COLO. NEWSPAPRR TttP, PEOPLE'8 NATIONAL FAMILY Published Mon,tav Wednesday aml Fr'i- I day. m In reahty a fine, [ 1LT T'I ~17" fresh, every other-day [ ~11~ Daily, giving tho lat-t l Ill 11 = est news on days of is- [ sue, and covering news [ of the otiter three It I contains all important foreign cable news which ap3~ears in THE t ~[T/~'~ |7 DALLY TRIBUNE ,,f [ llgK same date, also D,,- I J[~Jll.J~ mestic and lrereign ] Cr, rrespendenoe, Short { Stories. Elegant Half- I tone Illustrations I Humorous Items, In- WEEKLY TRIBUNE Published on Thurs- tla~', and known for nearly sixty year~ in every part of the Unit- e,J Stales as a National Family Newm~apsr of the nighest class, for farmers and villagers. It contains all the most imp,~rKqntg e n e r a ] news of THE DALLY TRIBUNE up to hoar of g,ing to press, a~ Agrleullara[ Depart. meat of the highest or- der. has entertaining roading for every member of the family, phi and young, Market I Reporte which a e no- j cepted as aelhority by ! farmers and country merchantst and is clean, up to date, in- teresting and instruct- tee. R,mflarsuhscrivti,,n price, $1.00 per Year. W~ furnish it with TItE CRESCENT for $2.00 per year EW- YORK TRI- WEEKLY TRIBUNE dustrial information, Fashion Notes, Agri- cultural Matters and Cotaprehenslve and re- liable Financial and Market reports. Regular subscription price, $t50 per year. We furnish ,t with THE CRESCENT for $2.50 per year. Send all orders to The Crescent, Saguache., Best of Job Printing at this office. A kneeling comrade asked him what me,sage he should take Unto his distant kinsfolk, and thus the victim spake: "On break it to them gently that when he diod their Bob Wa~ thinking ef old Pedunk, old Podunk on the Wab. "Tell them in tender manner I died a soldier's death, The fumes of hot tabasco entangled with my breath, My nose clear off it~ b0arings, my eyes as big as niCOlaS, My hair shampooed with mustard, my stomach stuffed with prunes. They fed me on hot olives served in cold axle grease, And when I made wry faces they hissed like hor- rid geese, And during the proceadings they laughed to imsr me sob And wi~i~ russell in Podunk, m Podunk on the Wab. "Fhey fed me plaster paris, I think almost a peck They made me drink ]tot water till full up to the neck, And my digestive organs, though always prompt anti pat, Were not prepared to handle a contract such as that. And then they said to teach me to bear the ills Of war, They furred between my pale lips a ( hristnms- time cigar, Then well I knew the sequel--I'd jump my earthly job **ml find a grave at Podunk, at Podunk on the Wab. "I laughed at their approaches with scorn when they began I To make of me an officer and army gentleman, i pohshed up the rifles, swept out the stumps[ and quids And blackened the arm~ brogans of Uncle" Sam- my's kids. [ Bat when I reached the hardships of war I had [ to squeal, My body was not armored with (-arnegie's fam. ed steel, And, comrande, please express me, when my heart has ceased tu trob, With military h,,nms to Podunk on the Wab." --James Barton Adams in Denver Post. Hueklen's Arnica Salve. Has worhl wide fame for marvelous cures. It surpasses an)' other salve, lo- ti,,n~, ointsments ,,r hahn for ruts, corns, burns, bolls, sot(s, felons, ulcers, totter, salt rheum, fever sores, chapped hands, skin eruptions, infallible for piles. Cure gin, ran]cod, Only 2,5o at Lord & Wilcox't, drug store, Crestone, Colo. Supt. of ~ehools Painter ls teaehin~ in the cocnty high" school in the place of Prof. J. B Morgan and Mr. ttayden still continues in charge of Jesse R Morgan's t~lasses. dames Barton Adams. "I am not a poet, never olaimed to be one, and rank myself simply as a writer of newspaper verse. In my Denver Post- scripts in the Denver Post I run verses every day, seven days in the week and in a,ldition, run more than half a column of paragraphs and puns in verse. This I have done fl)r the past four years,never missing a day, except one week each year, when up in the mountains on my vaca- tion. I believe that the fact that I am able to write so much verse excites more surprise among my readers than the mer- it of the work does." So writes Mr. James Barton Adams of the Denver Post, and his modesty at once differentiates him from those real poets who know they are real poets, and whose reality proves such a bar to the publica- tion of their verses. Nevertheless, here is a little unpretentious verse taken hap- hazard from the ~'Oenver Postscripts" whmh a real poet mizht have taken a good deal more than one day to turn out and then have missed its poetry: Every day I hear the singing Of some dear old rural ode, i Melody of youth--days ringing Through our mountainland abode, And my lowng glances wander To that happy wifely face That I learntd to love back yonder ' In the far east country place. It is true that Mr. Adams' daily con- tribution does not pretend to be more than a story m doggerel or a plain cow- boy ballad, but that is exactly what hi~ public wants, and does not necessarilly imply limitations. On December 12, the "Pest~ript" was "The Baron Wiener- wurst," whmh is Lord Burleigh of Bur- leigh, transposed to the plains Coupled with Mr. Adams, we must congratulate the Denver Post on the originality and i enterprise of getting up a daily story in versb excellently illustrated with photn. graphs typical of the scenes--a sleeping prospector, a mounted cowboy, a donkey alelgh, etc. Mr, Adams is nearly 50 years of aga He m an Ohioan and served during the civil war and afterward in the Pawnee ~couts, and than put in three yeare ran'chins in ]qew Mexico. It wa~ not till tbo World's Fair that he made a start a journalist, trying Chicago and New York in turn. His work is of value as pictures of~rontier life by ona who has lived )t.--Brooklyn Eagle. Will Boom Ills Bumlu~ms. S. Lava], a merchant of Dallas, Texas, writes: "I thought I would have to give up business, after two years of suffenng from general debility brought on by over work and long hours but four bert, lea of Electric Bitters gave me now life. "I can now eat anything, sleep well and feel like working all the time. It's the best medicine on earth." It's a wonderful tonic and health builder for tired, weak, sickly and run down people. Try it. Satisfaction ~tuaranteed. Only 500 at herd & Wilcox's drug store, Creatone, Colo. Tom Haslip, an assayer from Victor, came in Sunday to look at the copper claims on Garner creek belonging to Bob Montieth. Persons who cannot take ordinary pills find it a pleasure to take DeWi~t's Little Early Risers. They are the best little liver pills ever made. Ssguache Pharmacy. Note and receipt books and short form bills of sale at this office. 6,0,TaylorWhlskies ~talned by the weakest ,tomachl Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. dll~. coursers and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and chseHulness soon ,~:~'~" ~ disappear when the kld- :~rr~,vrT'g'@ neys are out of order .lXit-|l~,/~t~" or dls~. "~~ Kidney trouble has ~/~:~ be~me so prevalent " ~ -'~f ~l that It is not uncommon f'/f,\~t~.\6L..~.~_ for a child tc be born ~/1~.~'~L~~ afflicted with weak kid- d._~ ~i'~L=-' neys. If the child ufln- ~q" ates ton often, If the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the tree]men] of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis- erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy, The mild and the immediate effect ot Swnmp=R~t is soon realized. It i~ sold by druggists, in fifty- I~'E~.~.~ ~nt and one dollar~~t sizes. You may have a~ sample bottle by mall free, also pamphlet tell- Home ot ~a~.~m. ing all about it. Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters recelve