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_ i i ii i1 ii i i i SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (FOI~JgLY SAOnAOH~ D]UIOORATI Entered .at .the post office at Eb~guache,(~lo.. for transmission throngh the marls ~ sSOOna..ola,, matter. OSCAR D. le-RYAN, Editor. :T_I;tURSD A Y, J~IAltCH l&, 1901. A. M. Hubert, of Fort Collins, a news- paper man of much experience, has taken P, B. Smith's place as editor of the Sa lids Mail. While Denver democrats are howling fol' home rule Alva Adams goes up from Pueblo acd, from a secluded back room, directs '.heir city primaries and conven- tion. Come in and see us in our new qaar- ters, opposite the postoflice. We now claim to have as complete a printing plant as can be found in southern Colo- rado. Strikes a lttch Find. "I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debili- ty," writes F J, Green, of Lancaster, N I-L, "No remedy helped me until I began ' using Electric Bitters, w hich did me more, good than all the medicines I ever used. They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years. She says Electric Bit- tots are just splendld for female troubles,: that they are a grand tonic and invigora- tor for weak. run down women, No other medicine can take its place In our fami- ly." Try them. Only 50c, satisfaction guaranteed by Lord & Wilcox, druggist, i Crestone, Colo. i ]ff~venuc 15111. What is the state going to do with all the revenue the new revenue bill m go-i lag to provide? Unless the statelevies are greath' reduced ~l~e burdo~ will be a heavy on one the tax payers of the state. The deficit of somethiug like ~2,000,000! should be provided for by bonds running I 30 to 50 years and the Seldomridge mnendment which takes care of this mat- ter should be paused by the legislature and favorably acted upon by the people at the next state election. Provision should only be made for state revenues to the extent of paying the legihmata ex- Imn~ of the government and the proper maintenance of the state's educational and eelemosynary institutmns, with a proper amount for the purpose of a mak- ing fund. Any revenue~ in exoees of that sum but offers inducements for recklees.extravagance. The money which accumulated some years ago in the Im- provement fund had a great deal to do with the financial condition which the state now finds itself in. One member of the legislature wanted a road, another an artesian well, a bridge, a reservoir and in a short time appropriations were made which absorbed, n6t only the idle Improvement fund, but a large portion of the general revenues. The Montgomery bill has many good features and, in our opinion, some migh- ty bad ones. It will, for one thing, raise more money than is needed and the chances of lowering the state levies is exceedingly slim. The atata educational Getting Thin is all right, if you are too fat; and all wrong, if too thin already. Fat, enough for your habit, is healthy; a little more, or less, is no great harm. Too fat, consult a doctor; too thin, persistently thin, no matter what cause, take Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. There are many causes of get- ting too thin; they all come l under these two heads: over- l work and under-dlgestion. Stop over-work, if you cam i ; but, whether you can or not, ! take Scott's Emulsion of Cod i Liver Oil, to balance yourself 1 with your work. You can't live , on it-true-but, by it, you I ran. There's a limit, howeven you'll pay for it i Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for : "can't eat, unless it comes of i your doing no work--you can't I long be well and strong, without some sort of activity. . The genuine has i this picture on it, lake no other. '= If you have not ~:rled it, send for I free sample, Its a- greeable taste will surprise you, BCOTT & BOWNE Chemists, . ; 409 Pearl Street, New York. I i I institutions will fight a reduction as far as they are concerned. While the state is prosperous the taxpayers will not stand for any such exborbitant increase tn taxation as is contemplated by House Bill Ha. 1. Token Caucus. A caucus of the voters of the town of Saguache is hereby called for the even lug of Sat, rday. March 16th st the town hall, to put in nomination a ticket to be voted for at the coming town election on April 2d. The caucus will be called to order promptly at 7:30 o'clock. All are r~lueated to be present and participate. COMMITTEE. Marc~ and the Lion The saying about tbe lion and the lamb in March often proves false, but there is another aud a better one which is literally true. When March comes in and finds you taking Hood's Sarsaparilla to purify, enrich and vitalize your bleed, you may expect when it gee%out, that it will leave you free from that tired feel- ing and with none of the boils, pimples and eruptions which .mahifest themsel- ves because of impure blood in the spring If you have not already begun taking Hood's Sarsaparilla for your spring reed irene, we advise you to begin today. We assure you it will make you feel better all through the coming summer. "Cuter" Fogarty Arrested. Sheriff Williams returned last week from Paeb~o, having in charge Cuter Fogarty, who was arrested at the home of hm family in that city. After leaving Salida some time ago Fogarty went to Pueblo, Trinidad and then to Silver City. New Mexico. At this latter place he re. rosined until about ten days ago, when, thinking his little escapade had blown over, he retur~ed to Pueblo, where his wife had gone and is now running a ho~ t.el called the Pueblo House. Pogarty was arraigned before Justice Clare on last Friday and not being able to give bonds waa remanded to jail until his pre- liminary heating which took place on Tuesday. At the hearing on Tuesday, Fogarty asked for a continuance on the ground that two of his witnesses were not able to be present. The court took the view that their testimony was not so material as to warrant him in continunlg the case and overruled the appiicatmn. Then Fogarty waived examination and was bound over to the June term of the dis- trict oourt~ Night Was her Terror. "I would cough nearly all night long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alexan. dra, Ind., "and could hardly get any sleep. I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I wouldcough fright- fully and spit blood, but wben all other medicines failed, three $1 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds." It's absolutely guarant~ad to cure coughs, colds, la grippe, bronchitis had all throat and lung troubles. Price 50o and $1. Trial bottles free at Lord & Wiloox's drug store, Crestone, Colo. Easter ]Finery. Mrs.'E. G. Hazard, the Saguache mil- liner, returned from Denver last week and the choicest part of her purcheses arrived at Villa Grove in time to get burned in the depot fire. Mrs. Hazard says it ia impossible for her to duplicate many of her purchases, especially the pattern hats, and tbat she will have to make another trip to Denver ff the la- dies of Saguache are to be properly ar- rayed for Easter. J. C. Kramer, brother of one of our popular jewelers, received notice by tele- graph Sunday evening from Pueblo 1o present himself forthwith at the home of hie mother in-law, Mrs. Elofson," in that city, where he would be introduced to a little stranger who was in search of a permanent place of abode. Mr. Kramer didn't hesitate a moment, he just grab- bed a few necessary articles for the trip and rushed for the first train. He is now with Mrs. Kramer and both being de- lighted with the little boy, have decided to make him heir for 'aft time to come. Mr. Kramer but recently disposed of his jewelry business in Buena Vista and it is highly probably will locate with his family in Pueblo permanently.--Mail. The next entertainment for the bene- fit of the high school will be given at the school hall, March 29. ~ It will be given 'by the adults outside of the'school and the plan is that each is to speak the first piece or sing the first song ever given in public. "Mary Had a Little Lamb," Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" and a number of others will be given. It will be fun from beginning to end and you will miss a treat if you miss this. ID On the 7th of March just 3~: years ago last Thursday Jnhn Lawrence came to Sagueche from Conches county, and in company with Maj. Woodson located on the ranch ,fist west of town. Mr, Law- rence has seen many changes in the county since that time, and is probably the best posted man on the early history of Saguaohe county who is living today. Turn out to the town caucus on next Saturday evening. Every voter has a right to take part There is no politics in it. Put up good men for tbe offices, irrespective of party,, " Jones still leads with good goods at There's no reflection so ain ly, no light i hal ming as th sell ow glow the comes from CORDOVA rwhero. Made STANDARD ~"It is an awful thing to play poker." sadly remarks a contemporary. It isn't half so awful, hewer, as to merely imag- ine ~ou can play it, Short Order Mrs. Frank tlatl, Villa Grove, is now prepared to give short order meals ar reasonable prices. 0, 0. Taylor Whiskies n~ed b~ critical judgss, Sheriff Wflliams and Deputy District A0y. Hayden were in theeiD,on busi- ness connected wi~h ttle Fvgarty case Saturday anti Sunday,--Eugl-. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- lets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Orove's signature is on each box. 25c. Art Wilcox came near losing his large lodging tent by fire Saturday morntng, It caught from the stove pipe but wan discovered and extiDgnished b~fore much damage was done.--EIigle. To Duck Hunters and Others. No hunting allowed on the ranches of Means Bros. & Ashley. Violations will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. MEANS BROS & ASHLEY. FraW Carlson on the first of the month enters the employ of the Beck!ey Packing House. We understand that he has un opportunity to sell his stage bus- iness, but if he decides not to sell he will put on a driver. A Horrible Outbreak. "Of large sores on my little daughter's head developed into a case of scald head" writes C. D. Isbill, of Morgantown,Tenn. bill Bucklen's Arnica Salve completely cured her. It's a guaranteed cure for eczema, tetter, salt rheu m, pimples, sores ulcers and piles. Only 25c at Lord & Wilcox's drag store, Crestone, Colo. The 8an Isabel Four miles north of Crestone has brok- en into a fine body of copper gold ore that runs 17 per cent copper and carries some gold values. The owners are pre- paring to put ou a large force of men in both mine and mill about April 1st, but may not begin to ship concentrates until the railroad reaches Crestone on account of the long and expensive haul through the sand to Moffat. While in Denver recently W. Y. Munro bought an 18 mohths old short horn bull and Tom Noland bought two--one a yearling and the other a two year 01d, The stock is pedigreed and was bred in old Kentucky. They bought from Low- ell & Dewitt. County Commmmoner Ashley, who is administrator of the estaie of Adam Bad- ders, was down front Bottanza Monday on estate matters. Mr. Ashley ha.~ com- menced en adverse against the Great Mogul lode in order to pro!oct the inter- eats of the estate. Mrs. C. E. VanDeusei/, ()f Kill)earn, Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble and c,nstipation for a lnDg lime. She says, "I have tried many preparations but none have done me the good that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- lets have." These tablets are for sale at the Saguache Pharmacy. Piice 25 cents, samples free. H S. Groves of t~e Kanch and Range, in a recent issue had some strictures on the New Mexico legislature. A few days after the publication appeared Mr. Groves was a visitor to the house and one of the members moved, in Spanish, that the sergeant at arms be instructed to drop him out of one of the windows. Groves did not understand the motion, but scenting danger left before it unani- mously carried. For the loy~ James Camper wants to buy all the old copper, zinc and rubber he can get. He will pay 5 cents a pound for copper, and one cent and a half for old rubber. I sell gunny sacks four cents each. I pay 12 cents a dozen f.r beer bottles. A very pleasantdancingparty was held at the Shellarbarger residence on Cot- ton creek last Saturday evening. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Insole, Miss Cook, Messrs. Garretson, Tapper, Draper, Allen, Briggs, Pruett and Gano.--Eagle. ~e~rs the _ ~ lhe Kind You Have Always Bo~t The lingering cough following umppo WANTEr~-.M'T;VE VtN 0~ GOOD CHXR- ~,. . ~ ~ ~ actor !o .b. iv.r uud c ,.feel 111 ('ob)r;t([~, for ,~J(l calls for une lllnlng t o,~gh ware. v.,r et~t;O)h-hed mmmf.,:l,,'.~,g wh,,h.sale lmuse. all tik~l- n~A Inn~ ,,.,,nl.t~= , I,i.. i~ ,k.~ i $90,) a yea,', mira pay. ll(,lz(~sly m,,re titan exper- ........ ,'-' "=~ '""s ..... ~, ...... ,-" " ""' ionc ' t(~llll}l'*-([, ()lir l'eftq.ollc~,, any bank in any only harmless retnedv that gin, s immed I city. I.:nc ,,s, s(,if :,,i tr,,sso(l ~tamn,,l enwlopc. ., " , ,. ,Man,factnrt,rg, Third Floor, 334 l)oarb*m st. late rosulls, l~rl l'onis con.qnulptlt)n. [")a- t Chieag(,. guacho Pharmacy. .... atTablets CR~SCg~T and o filch, hox - l,, p~ rs at I a', ,est l,ri,'es Rr.LIABLE ___ _ ASSAYS Gold ............ $ .51) I Gold and Silvor..$ .75 C - IAASTOR ............. 50 I (h'M'silvr'cppe' 1"50 i' Samp/es bq mai/ reeeioe promp~ attent/on, Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. I ~or Infants ann Chfldxen. OG D E N AS SA Y CO.L[ The Kind You Have Always Bought ,t.. oo,,,, oo,o I e=e the ....... a Have You Books or Mala- zincs to Bind. For the Municipal Election for the We ,lo Town of Saguache. ~o.ee is heret,~, g.'e,, tllat an o:eetto,i will ~w, Medical, Library, be hehl at the To~,u Hall. San Juan avenue, .~agnache, Colorado, on Tuesday April 2d, A. D. 1901, for the purpose ofelcctin~ oue Mayor. hLL KINDS OF BOOKBINDIN five Trustees. and one Treasurer, for said Town, according to law who shall hold their Books [)ou ud ill every conceivable offices as follows, to-wit: Mayor. for one year, style. 01d books rebound. Ar~ and Three Trustees, for two years. TWO trustees, foroneyear(toflllvacancy.) nile bindings, l~lan]c book n~akers. Treasurer, for role year. And un[ll their successors are elected and qUalified. u. ,,,, Hall Williams Board of Trustees shall sit as a ttmard of ILeg- ietrallOll (in the Tuesday irl the week preced- ing the sahl eh:clion, to-w|t: Tuesday, March 144i Gurtts St, Denver, C010, 26th A. D. 1901. ~l)eebtlattenilon Isealled ~o the fact thal UlI(~P]' the new law, certificates of nomlnatlon lhr any ,,f the above earned oiIlces must be W.F. BOYD, filed with the Clerk and It,.eoz'd(,t-ol the Town at ]easttifleen dayshelore the date of said election, in order Io have LIl~ names appeal" Public. ,,,, the ,,~.ei.l ballot, '~ omry Given under my hand and official seal this 4~h day of M~trch A. D. 1901. [Seal]lerk'C aDd B.P. STUBF, S, Saguache County Bank. Recorder Town of 8aguache ORDINANCE NO. 3~. Annual Appropriation Bill. Be it Ordaieed by the Board of Trustees of the Town of ~uache, Colorado: SXOTZON 1--That the several departments of government of the ~aid Townof Saguache for the fiscal year ending March 81st. 19L for whzch appropriations from ~he revenues of the Town shall be made for tmid fiscal year shall be as fol- lows, vig~ S~c. 2--Road and Ditch Department--which shall include expenditures required in the con- struction nf bridges, opening of s,reets and al- leys and keeping the same m repair, abd shall al~o include e~tmnditures required in the pur- chase and planting of shade trees and the proper Care of the same. it shall also inclade expendi- tures required upon irrigatina ditches and mat- tars connected therewith. 8zo. 3- Speciul Road Department--which shall include expemt~tares reqmred for the sole pur- pose nf improving the ~ttee s and alleys and public highways of amd Town, as provided by the amendment to 8ectmn 26 Chapter 95 Gen- eral SIatutes of Colorado, as found on page 372, 1887 Session Laws. Sge. 4--General Fund D~partment-- which shall include all expenditures reqmred to prop- erly maintain a~d carry out the objects of file or- ganization of said Town not elsewhere enumer- ated in this Ordinance. S~c. 5--That there be, and hereby is, appro- priated from the revenue of said Town of Sa- o~llChe, for the fiscal year above mentioned, the owing sums ot money for ths various depart- merits: Road and Ditct~ Department ...... $1,200 Special Road Department .......... ~00 General Fund Department ......... 8,000 Pa~ed and adopted this 4th day of March, A D. 1961. JOHN LAWRENCE, Mayor. Attest: B. P. 8TUrnS, Clerk and Recorder. [[Sealj By Authority of Ordinance No. 3~. Au Ordinance to Provide for the Distribution of the Revenue of the Town of 8aguache, Colorado. Be it Ordaiced by the Board of Trustees of the Town of 8a~uache, Colorado: Sr.c~lo~ 1--That on and after the 1st day of April, 1901, all rsvenne collected or received for the rose of the Town of Sagnache shall be applied and credited to the ereral funds of the Town as follows: Szc. 2--All sums and amoun,s of money re- ceived from Poll Tax shall be applied and ored- Red to the Road and Ditch Fund. S~.c. ~--All sums and amounts of money re- eeivad'mSpecialRadTa'fnrtheusef'dl:~nest lot of potatoes ever Town shall be apniied and credited to the Spe- cial Road Fund. Sgc. 4--Forty per cent of all sums and amounts of money received for the use of said Town, ex- cept from Poll Taz and Special Road Tax, shall be applied and credited tn the Road and Ditch Fund. 8zc. 5--Sixt~ per c, ent of sll sums and amounts of money race,ned for the use of said Town, ex- cept from Poll Tax and Special Road Tax. shall he applied and credited to the Oeneral Fund. SEC. 0-The Treesuret shall pro rate all mon- eys received by him for the use of said Town as soon a~ he receives the same, in accordance with thi~ Ordiuanee, end when so pro rated, at once place the amounts to the respective funds here~ lnbefore stated. Sgc. 7--All Ordinances. or parts of ordinances, in eonRict with the prov~sions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Passati and adopted this 4th day of March, A. D. 1901, JOHN LAWRECE. Mayor. Attest: B. P. SrDnBS, Clerk and Recorder. [ Seal J State of Colorado (as Saguac ~e Couuty. ~ ' In the Coul~ty Court. Bertha Newcomer, 1 Plalnliff. I VS ~ SUMMONS. Odar L. Newcomer, I Defendant. j rl,e people of the state of Colorado, to Oda L. Newcomer the defendant above named, Greeting. You are hereby required to appear in an act|on brought against you by the above nam- ed plaiutifl; in th'e County Court of 8aguache coun%y, slate of Colnrado, and answer the C.,lnplaint therein within thlrtvdaysafter lhe service I~ereof, if served wJthln the state of ('olorado or by publication, or if served out ot the s~e.le of Colorado, within fifty daysafter the service hereof, exclusive of the day ot ser- vice, or said aettou may be regularly set for trial the same as though such appearauee had beet] made and issue [tad been Joined on such complaint. The said ,,etion is brought by 101aintiff to ob tain a decree of divorce, dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and defendant, (,n lhe ground of dcserl.lon, abandonmontand fiH]Ure to support as will lnorc fully appear from e )luplain~ Ill said act- Ion to which reference Is here IDade and a copy el which is hereto attached. Aud you are llereby notified that if you fail toappvar, and to answer the said comp}aint as above rcquh'ed the said plaintiff will apply to tne court for Ihe rel ef therein demanded. Given under my baud and the seal of said coln't at ~ugna~lie In said eouuty this 18~h day of Febrnary A. D. 1901. O. D. BRYAN, Couuty Judge and acting Clerk. Notice for Publication. U. S. Land Office at Del Notre, Colo., February 21. 1901. f Notice l~ hereby given lhat the following named settler has filed notice of his Intentiou to make final proof in support of hts claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the distrtc~ conrt, at 8aguache, Colo- rado, Dn April 6. 1901, vlz: Edward W'. Ashley who made homestead entry No. 3045, for the S ~ E ~ sac. 1: the N E ~N E~see. 12, twp, 46N R 7 E and the lot No. 1, see. 7, twp. 46, N R8 E N ~ P M. IIe names tl,e followiug witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and culdvatioh of said land, viz: Dan Mahoney, James Willie, both of Villa Grove,('olorado, Itubert Poole~ Jos. Mahan, both of Bonanza, Colorado. JAS, t[, BAx'~a, Beg~ater, SENT FREE FISHER'S Uterine Tonic Knowledge ~ The Great Fenmle Remedy positively [~ff-- l cures all female complaints; 1 month's ~ treatment Sh 6 months' treatment $3. ~ MRS. SADIE M. FISHER. SUITS 28, ~08 ~_ ~X_ 16TH ST.. D~NVKR, COLO. Also for sale ~~ by All Druggists, Send for n'ee sample ~'lF and literature, worth its weight i*t go!d~ "~'~.~ 2 ~" mailed anywhere ou request, postpaid. , ss v One AO~'~\ Night t0 APOLI$, ST. PAUL! ~ Leave Denver via Union Pacific at ~:00 p. m., arrive Omaha 6:45 a. m. Leave Denver via Burlington at ~'~0 p. m., arrive Omaha 6:15 a. m. At Omaha change from these train~, which have been occupied 15 hours to THE FRESH, CLEAN, BRIGHT TRAIM (The latest and finest product of Pullman) beaning Omaha at 7:00 a. m., TII Ili'iall iiS ni'rai:ll. ]], Arriving Chicago, MiDDeapohs or St. Paul the same evening ...... For tickets add reservations apply to a~ents connecting hues or address JAMES CULTON, Commercial Agent, 805 17th Street, Denver. ICli[$ 8 Co., (Successors to T, E. Ick~ a~l Iekes I~ Aycra,) Center, Colo., + : Are selling Dry Goods, Shoes, No- tions, Hardware, Grocersies, etc., at the old stand, corner North and 3d streets, postoffice building. Will show you goods cheerfully and save you money if you wish to buy. fireeley Potatoes. We have just received a carload ---20,000 pounds---of fine Greeley Potatoes, and we are selling them as cheap as they are sold in Denver when freight is added. They are the lhursday, Hatch 21, 1901, commcnclng at 10 o'clock a. n~, the following described goods, Stoves, Bedsteads, Beds and Bedding, Sewing Machine, Lot d Pictures, All Kinds of Furniture, Churn, Butter-worker, Milk Pans, Chickens, saddle, horse and buggy" and .single harness~ 3 head d horses, and various other articles, TERMS OF SALE--Cash in hand. Lunch wiU be served at noon. J. E. Mitchell, auctioneer. D. M,4R$HALL. Furniture, I have just recelv i a new lot furniture. Be