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February 28, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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II I ii II Illll I ......... CASTORIA For Infantsand Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of John Brown has been visiting friends at Del Norte during the past week Cap Hawkins came up from the Har- eric ranch on Washington's Birthday. Charley Potts was over again on the 22(I from Kerber creek. Callie Hills drove the Villa Grove stage last Friday, Frank Carlson being From a financial point of view neither of the dances given on the night of the 22d of the week were successes. The crowds sppeared to be about equally di- vxded end no doubt those who attended enjoyed themselves. At any rate neither floor was crowded so as to interfere with the dances. At Dunn's hall only a por- tion were masked. under the weather. Gene Cline of Del Norte came in Sun- day and is assisting Jake Werz in regu- 8tops the Cough and Works Off the Cold. luting the little ball. Oene is a good boy Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets care and says Crestone is the only camp.-- a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Crsstone Miner. Price 25 cents. O.O. Taylor Whiskies, good, pure, and old. WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE]| Write to-day for our hand-[ 1 some llhlstmt~! cataloglxe I REAV~ THE r ~T'P~l%q i nndseewlmt beautiful ~,re-' - on *~,(~ ~"( :~*',~ 1 iu ' . zr t r pat one an~ ~~,~ .... ~ m ~ns we mye for .sel|'ing| be convinced fiat wu i our ~o~tp~. ~ e give ~o eacil " ll~r~~L_~~ pm'f'ha~ro.t a nox ot ~o~.pI curtly r~;/iable hOUSe. I ~=~U_.~_2~I[~=.2j[~_~ or rome o,t rerrame me,ri ~ m ~5~V'~Fy-~,~ elmira of come of the Imnd- 1 [I- I" -~:~'~ ~ ] ~ ~)~'~.~,~ } "~ son~estpremlulnsinthelnarkeL L:u,q~s, I;raeelets, 1 S~ l ~.\ "f~ff .~ /:.~e\ ~ Glassware, Opahvare, Knives, Roasting I'ansx Cake 1 [ ~-~ ~,~, \ t~,,~ /,,,-~:~ \ ~ l>lates an4 other '~_~autifnl presents. To ~ 1 i C~ ~~~ ~ r~ / theagentwhoaellsonly2~,Poxesof Soap I ![ 1 ........ -- = U-~ %'~,- ...... toy set--but st beaunfldly decorated and ~ l _. gold traced, frill size for fs.mlly Ilse, J)ln- [~l[~k l BnISTOI VT rter t~ lye .... ' ~,,_ . . v~. "eal~og' , Couches l~ockers, [[~"~ | ]l ... I am ver~, much l)tea~ca ~iln my (fishes, anti DiningRoom Chalrs~ cente~ Tables~ ~' iil WIll g~t Up atlotller (,rl~er ~OO11. [ ~o~ tc~nrt:r~inm ~k~toho~ l~d~ n~ ~1~ ' ~ 1 tz~s 1 I 1 U BES 1"0. - : ' ~ ' Forks, Graniteware, Sewing Maeiiines, "~'1 NrLq ~VILLr:. Omo. Mush'allnstrumente, Ete. IfeashisI~re- ~1 Goods received to-day. My customers are all faired we allow a very liberal coin;his- ~1 I well pleased with their ]amp~. We have not seen alert. WetrustyolL Nomoneyrequired. ~'~e~l I cnchnicel~mpsherebefore. Wiil semlauotherorder We aIlow ~ou 15 days' time ill which [ ~'~ |~]J1 } in a few days. 1 am more than pleased with the to denver the goods and collect yollr ~ ~fi~" 1 mandolin. Mrs. AGNES HITCIIINGS. money before paying us. Don't delay. ~l I l SALVONA SOAP CO~nd Locust St,., ST. LOUIS, ~0. 1 I i Sahda had a little kidnapping episode ] DIED [ Sunday that created a ripple of excite- I _ . ~ .--:7 . - . [ ~tewart wraig, a~ ta miuu~es after mentandthenfailedtodvvelo an-tbmgl .~. I pe y , i b sensational. A man named B-n Epper-/clck' Sundsy morn ng. F,.. 10th,/ son came over from Rico m~d going to/1901, of La Grippe, after an illness of{ the home of A H Warren h,ok pos~s t three weeks. Deceased was 88 years .f sion of his two childre, wh,,n Mrs. age. F~meral took place at two ()'clock Warren was keepi,g, .-lie being the p.m.,Tuesday, Feh. 12th, atWhitewater, graudm~,ther of the children, a gM two Colorado. years old and a bay of six years. He drove to Poncha Sprivg~ to take the tram for home. Wbea it was disc,,vered that the children ttere g, me the grand parents telephoned to Poncha Springs aud had the man arrested. He was brought before Justice Woods, prose- cutor Miller appearing to manage the case. He declared, after a brief exami- nation, that the father was entitled to the custody of his chihtren snd the tel lowing day Eppersoa returned to his home rejoicing while the grand parents were left to console themsel~es by hurl- ing maledictions after him. Mrs. Ep- person, the mother of tile children and with who Mr. Epperson refuses longer to aflihate, came over from Bonanza where she is now eta)lug, but aceom plished nothing as tile authorties were of the opiuion that she was not the proper person Is be entrusted with the care of the little oues.--Salida Mail. lltinffer of Col,Is ;tad Lit Grippe. ~d Illilli~l r~ll,#r'~ Nt,tlCC. The greatest danger from cohis and la grippe is their resulting iu puouultmi~i. Estate of Abner Badders deceased. ir reasonable care is u~ed, however, and 'rile t, nderMgned, having beel~ apoointed lldllqinJslrafor of tile estate of Al)l*er Badders, ~_ hamberhdn's Cough I't~medy taken, all late ( t" lit c,,u, y )r Sat~ua : e *~) I ~t;t~e ot l( olorado, deeeas['d, hol~!llV g VtS nttiee that d,mger will be avo/de(l. Amoug tt:etens he will apl;ear before tile (;sunny c,,urt of Sa- ~uRt'lle COUIIIy. at tile c(,ilr[ lloliSe ill S~tgtl.'t6|lc Of thousalJds wtlo [lave ~lscd this remedy i~t the Fetumlry term tr,r i,r,,bale t,tzsines:~. ~,,~ for these (liseascs we have )'el to learn of the ~ee.nd .Mollday (being the llth (hiy~ of ,~]a.!ell n,-xl, lit whh~h I IZ]~ all ler-m)s hltVlilg tt ,~JH~le C;.iSO ]l;tVitlg F~,s~llted ill |)HeLl- ! Chtillq~ .'~g;tJll~ s',i(t O.~I;IIc are ID~t.ilied ;t.ltd i'e- DIODe, a, w!:ioh Mt~,~ C')IH:]IJ$IVCIV t.|i;tt i,~ (ltle~lo(I Ioel.ltql(] f,~r the i)al'l)OSo of h;,vil~ " illesttlne udjus~ed. All i,~.l'~(,n$ lll(h'[Hcd to is (t CoiL;titt l,revm~t,ve (,[ ~ hat dallg(:rou8 said estate al,~ requ,'slvd to mare lmmed|ate llt~litrttl}L I1 ~ill cure a c(i;d o: an aLlaek paymellt to the undersigned. Dated this 5th day of February, A. D. 1!~}1. (,f Ja l.~lippo in less tin,e ~hatt any olht~r JOHN F.. AS!II.EY, Administrator. t.roattIlent. It is I,It;ISilli{ and vafe tu taR('. Fur sale by ~a~u.clle t'harmacy. Two t(lugh l-eking tramps walked into the depot the other morning, went up to the ticket window and licked the man there if he was the ticket agent. He re- plied that he was and they asked him if he was also operator, tie said he was, whereupon one of the tramps spoke up and told him to report "two empties go- ing east."--Exohange. From the Orestone Eagle we learn that Quinn & Coleman have sold the Banner group on north Crestone creek to 't'he Banner Mining & Milling Co., a Phila- delphia corporation. The purchase price is said to be $40,000. Work on a 1,600 foot tunnel has been commenced under the direction of Gee. H. Johnson, man- ager. George Ball is building a new house on his ranch. Halt to Conquer or Die. "I was just about gone," writes Mrs. Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs, N. C. "I had consumption so bad that the[ best doctors said I could not llve more than a month, but I began to use Dr. King's New Disoovery and was wholly Cured by several bottles and am now 0UR BUYER Will complete his work this week. As soon as the new goods begin to arrive, these articles mentionext below will be withdrawn from sale. Better take advantage of the .......... all Recent experiments show that opportunity now offered for the last time. classes of food~ may be completely di-] g~;::;::e:t. Pr;::;::i:;e c,:l~:; c;2b:; One Here Week el Cut Prices ! nation of all the natural digestants ever stout and well." saver in consumption, pneumonia, la !gmppe and bronchitic, infallible for] i coughs, colds, asthma, hay fever, croup I i or whooping cough. Guarante0d bottles [ 50c and $I. Trial bottles fre0 at Lord & ] Wiloox's drug store, Ores_____~ne, Colo. [ G. O. T~lor Whiskies, of superior oxeslleaee [ devised the demaud for it has become enormous. It has never faded to cure the very worst cases of indigestion and it always gives instant relief. Saguache Pharmacy. = ............ ton Brewer has purchased the stock of glass aud picture mouldings belongiug to the Keesey estate and will hereafter carry these lines ia connection with his untertaking business. We are taking orders for copper ph~te . Overcoats, ioaks, Jackets, Winter Caps and Lined 6loves and - Mittens, We cannot afford to carry these goods over and we also n~ th~ room occupied by them. In order to close them out before our irayer goes to market wc have made a reduction of 25 per cent--in most cases engraving. A full line of samples ofI latest styles may be seen at this office, being ~ar below actual cost. Take advantage of this saIe. Prices are the s,une as charged for same You will also "find that we are making class of work iu Denver. Colorado Short Line. Hissouri Pacific Ry The People's Choice, Through without change DEPrVER, COLORADO SPRIN6$ and PUEBLO TO KANSAS CITY and ST. LOUIS, Direct Route To The Hot Springs of Arkansas. Free Reehning Chair Cars. Elegant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers. It's an unrivaled llfo- Government Fast Mail Route East and West. See your nearest ticket agent or write 6. A. TRIPP, G. W. F. & P. Agt., Denver, Colo. FOR WORMS. "A. I~De worm eighteen feel long at lea~ came on the ~ cene ~l to: my taXing two CASCAI~I.;'IS. TJ:i~' sin ~tlro has caused lay bad health to: the p0,~t three 5ears. 1 nm r flU t at; ing Cascarets, the oll])" cr.tJ!.~l.ti worthy of notice by ~cn~[blc I=eoDle.' Ggo.W nOWLI.S, Bah'd, l~lie,8 FOR DYSPEPSIA. 4~Folr e|x yenr8 Wits ~vle' ~lm of dyspepsia In its vc ,'st forte REGULATE I0 2SS0t .... Id oot nothin0 ~u, =il~ ..s, and at times my s~onlttch would no retaiu and dige.t e'en Ihal;. L.~: THE ALL DRUGGISTS. .areh f ~oga,, taxing O.SC~T.' and since then I hay0 vtcadlly im proved, until I anx as Well es 1 evcz WaS in my nfe." DAVID H. MUR11Y, ~owark, O. Over 3,000,000 Boxes of Oasoaret$ Sold Last Year t Unerring is the judgment of the people, and the people like Cascarets. The sale this year will be !~0~OOO boxes. Nothing succeeds like success and Cascarets are successful, becauSe, First, They are so good tlmt they outsell all other laxatives. Their tremendous sale proves their merit, and their merit explains their tremendou~ sale; Second, Casearets are the pioneer people's price preparation~ten cents a box, and more health in a ten cent box of Cascarets than any 95c bottle of pills in the world. ~ou~tipat~o, for,omettme, butnfter Third, Cascarets bring results--healthy, natural action of liver and bowels-never fail. The ~akln~ the drst Cascara, I hays had manufacturers guarantee a cure or refund purchase money. no trouble with this ailment. We 0annOtret..,, ,I,~k tOOl~h!ghZYw~r~,,of o~a- ~ Fourth~ Cascaret~ are successful because they deserve it. If your druffffist don't sell Cascarets, ~oer~anto,m~v~, I he's behind the age. In that case order direct from ue by mail post free. Addre~ STERLZ~'O RZM~eDY Phmmeiph~ Pa. ~ ComPlY, Chicago or New York. !Th's, , Is the tablet, always stamped"O00" ~r,. ~ "~Wh0n dealers try to substltu;: th-~y-w;-ni -~)'~, :Don t take a substitute I Get what you ns~, i}r! make more money out of you. Don't let them!, Special Prices "I ~uffered the to~$uPen of th:) damned with protruding piles brought on by constipation with wllieh I WaS afflicted for ~wenty yes.'a, I ra|xacrose yourCASCAItETS mtho tOWU of Nowetl, In., slid ~evcr found anything to equal them. To- d~t~( 1 am entlrely free from pries and fesl like a new man." C.H. K~ITZ, ItlL Jones Bt,, Sioux Oily, In. FOR HEADAOHE. "Both my wife ~od mlreelf h.%v@ I*oert tlldn~ CASCARE'r~, and lucy er~ the bess medicine we ]I~tVO ~ver he.d. in the house. La~woek my WI~o wal franti0 with headache for two days; she tried some of your CASCAItETS and they relieved- the pain In her head almost immediately. W both reeommend Cttmar~t~." CIIAe, S~J~DUPOnD, PI tt~hnrgh ~.fe & l~posit Co., Plttsburah, Pa~ i~OR BADDR~TH. "[ hewn.been uetn~ CA$CA- " !11~'1'$ ann as a mUd and effeetive ~IslatlVO they are simply wonderful. ~y daushter ~nd I were bothered wlih sloR ~tomaehand our hroath was er~ bad. After taking a few doses ef Ca~cnrst| we h~vo improved won- derfuUy. They ~re gre~ help in the famllz." W~4 NAeZL, FOR RMPLES. " ~[~ wife botd pimples on ~te~ f~e, l)Ut sh0 has oeen takinff ~AS- fJAI1ETS and they have all dQMtp- po~red. I had beet, troubled with on many broken lines in other departments. Good Goods and Good Values. We have a fine 1ins of Lad,as Winter Wraps, Jackets, Capes, etc., which we are closing out at a sacrifice. They range in prices ft~m 75 cents to $I0. A splendid bargain at $2.50 to $3.00. Ti e G0tthelf 0 Tarbell Hercantile Co., Chicago Special--leaves Denver 4 p. m. Arrives Omaha, St. Joseph and Kansas City next morning. Chicago and St. Louis next evening. Diner, library car, three sleepers, two chair cars. Vestibuled Flyer--leaves at 10 p. m. Second ou- ly to Chicago Special, Only only one business day Denver t~ Chicago and St. Louis. Tickets at Offices of Connect.ins Lines. Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth St. G. W. VALLERY, Genersl Agent, DENVER. P. B.--~ery low rates to Montana and the Pacific Northwest every Tuesday in February, March and April, ask about them. i i i I I "80e i 0rl ' THE POPULAR LINE TO LEADVILLE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS ASPEH, GRAHD JUHCTiON AND CRIPPLE CREEK Reaches all the principal tOWnS and rain. ln~ oamps [n Colorado, Utah and New Mexioo. PASSES THROUGH SALT LAKE OITY EH ROUTE TO AND FROM PACIFIC COAST. [HE TOURIST'S FAVORITE tiN[ TO AkL MOUNTAIN RETORTS. kll through trains equipped with lhzllman Palac, and Tourist Sleeping Car. For elegantly Ulu~trat~d descriptive books fr~ ~f cost address ~.T.JEFFERY, A.$.HUGHES, S.K. HOOPER. l~tt't a~l f~m'l }~gr. IMdt0 ~am~r. ~n'l P.& T.~- DENVER, COLORADO. TO CHICAGO The l=~eliable Route Palace 81eeping Cars and Dining Cars. Chair Cars Free. ALL Owned and Operated by CIHCAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furthe mfm mation address J. E. PRESTON, Oommereial Agent, 10'9 Seventeenth St, Denver, Colorado.